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STATE OF MISSOURI, )
Couhtt or Mario. a.
In Marion County t'oiirt, August Term, October 37th,
- A. D. 1851, Among other proceedings, th follow
. Ing were hsd, vn:
AND now at thii day com Thomas L. Anderson,
and moves Hie Court to order the vote to be taken,
at the different places of holding election! in tbe difter
ent Township in the 'County or Marion, on the firtrf
Monday in January next, IH!2,J ai to whether the
aid County Court thai I subscribe on the part of Ma
rion County, the aura of one hundred thousand dollar!
of stork to the Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail Road, and
that if a majority of the voters voting on aald proposi
lion shall ao determine then, the County Court shall in
ane County bonds to amount of the calls made by the
"Company when said calls are demanded. Upon the fi
ling T aaid motion, it ia ordered by the Court that an
Election be held in accordance therewith,
o A copy Teste,
0 THOMAS R. HATCHERj C,
Per Jos. L. Hart, D.C.
Palmyra, Nov. 2R, 1851 dec4-2w
D AG U EliKEOT YPES
ONE DOELAR & FIFTY
Ballafid's Daguerrtan Rooms,
, Which will be kept open for two weeka longer. Cor
rect likenesses taken, colored to auit customers, and in
serted in lockets, bracelets, tings and pine. All are in
vited to call and Improve the opportunity.
H. B. Club of ten taken at oc23-tf
6.VE TjoLLAR EACH!
B. MOSEB ACI
Doctor Medicina, Chirurgim, tt artis Obstciricia,
HAS located himself in this city, and offers his pro
fessional cervices to those who may favor him
with theii patronage. He ia a graduate of the Univer
aity of Uiessen, Germany, and has practiced for near
ten years in Nashville, Tenn.
Being well acquainted with the peculiarities of the
diseases of this country, I feel confident of giving
fUttisfaction to the. Afflicted ;
And having studied in particular the worka of the old
ecret phveician, Theophrastus of Hohenheim, and
found the 'system of lieajing of Paracelsus the only and
ole one, to rely upon lor safe success, I oner, in chron
ical diseases, iiu cure, ho pay'.
ETNo charge for poor ppnons.
Ufllce ! Oil Bird atreet, next door to. 'be Union of
ce, (up stairs). . oc"
Tbe copartnership heretofore existing between .
Meredith it Hawkins, is this day dissolved by i3
conent. HUGH MKKEDlT
Sept. 15, '51. sepl8-3t E.'.J. HAWKINS.
GILL & BROTHER, Manufacturers of
Ready made Linen, and importers and dealers in Un
der Garments, Gloves, Hosiery, Cravata, Stocks, Bra
ces, Shirts, tc, wholesale and retail, at 122 Main at.,
between Locust and Vine, ocyy ,
St. Louis, Mo.
UINCY extra superfine (lour, just Vp..iai VY
a spienuia ioi lor sale cneap oy KSlLil
fi27-y . T. It. SKLMtK.
THRESH and fashionable Spring goods jiiI received
X and for sale very cheap by T II. SELivIES.
J. A. ROSS, Brass Foundry, and Ma
chine Shop and Spur Factory, 2(12 N. second atreet,
St. Louis, Mo.,
'Constantly on hand and manufactured to order, Beam
Scales of Iron or Brass, and Platform (uf all sizes)
Counter, Druggists, Flour, Floor, Hay and Car Scales;
nl.n Nprs, Sr?.?s (.'actings, Engine Laiuei and Machi
inat'a Tools of every variety oc9y
COOK & CO., 11 Market Street, North
side, near Main,
St. Louis, Mo.
Dealers in Watches, Jewelry, Watch materials, Clocks,
Cutlery, and fancy goods in general. ocity
FRANCIS, WALTON & CO., Whole-
aale Druggists, and Importera of Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfumery, Surgical Instruments, &c.
Dealers in Paints, Oils. Dye-stuffs and Glassware, No.
15 Main street, between Market and Chesnut, o:9y
St. Louis, Mo.
J. II. L1GHTNER, 188, N. Main street,
Dealer in Sloves, Grates, Ploughs, Hollow Ware, and
Ohio Hot Blast Pig Iron. oc9y
JUST received, a lot
sale by novl3
of superior Sardines, and for
J. A. 1NSLEE & CO.
W, F. KERCHEVAL
HAS opened for J. C. Waugh, at the well known
store formerly occupied by Kercheval & Green,
and recently know n as the People's Store, a fine stock
ST.tr I'M! V GOODS,
Groceries, Boots and Sioes, Hats
and Caps, Queensirare; and
READY MA D E CL O THI.YG,
"To which he would invite the attention of the public
generally, and his old friends and customers, particu
larly. He would take this opportunity to tender his
thanks to the old customers of the firm of Kercheval &
Green, and respectfully solieit a renewal of the tame
- to kirn in his present situation. He hopes by strict at
tcntion, to merit al least a share of trade. This stock
presents, as all new ones do, many advantages over the
old ones, for it is evident that those having a large
trade already, will be sure of the profits; while new
ones will otter inducements to build up a business, and
that he now does. He will begin to talk of the prof.ts
after a year or so, when his business gets lor'e; but
now is his lime to sell cheap, and he is determined to
do ao. Don't understand me to say I will dive you
goods, for you know nobody will do that, if they oa
at so. novl3 W. F. KERCHEVAL.
S. H. BAILEY, Wholesale Confection
er, cor. Pine and 2d streets, one square helow "Monroe
St. Louis, Mo.
Constantly on hand, of his own manufacture, Steam
Refined, Plain and Fancy Candy; also plain and Med
icated Lozenges put up in ounce wrappers. Orders
Vein the couutry promptly attended to, and delivere
to any part of the city tree of charge. Syrups made to
riAHE subscribers have just received on consignment
L a lot ol wooden ware Ate. consisting of tubs; buck
ets; churns; hall' bushels; wash boards; lar cans; butler
ladles; cocoa dippers, band covers; well buckets; ce
dar faucets; wobtieu spoons; colling pins; horse buckets,
bowls, covered bones; knife days; beef mallets; cov
eted sugar buckets; scrubbing brushes; plow lines: bed
cords; blacking brushes; matches; ate ; alt of which are
offered to the dealers at St. Louis pi ires. noti:f
J. A. INSLEE, & CO.
WE have on hand another supply of this excellent
article for the prevention of
Ague and Fever.
This cordial has been used ly a uuuiber of our citizens
with entire satisfaction. Being a powerful tonic, it is
recommended to delilitated persons it restores the
' tone of the digestive organs i,d invigorates the system
l'alaiyrit Avenue, Hannibal, Mo.
T,T ANUFACTIT.E RS of F.nginespSaw and
IV L l-lou.ing Mill Machinery ot every de- PI
,criition,T.....mg Lathes, (ho. se powei j, fce. 45U
All Lid. cf rrr'uug and job vvoi l'V'
All the Jhove ork will b execu.ed w. I. d.-
liatch and on
as acctftiiiiou.MinB '" v""
in tte western roui.'ry.
. 0. II. Old cat iron, cooper,
oiwlbiasi boiifhl al
I). J. GARTH,
MANUFACTURER AMD DEALER III
TOBACCO & CIGAKS,
It Wholcnale Jf Itftail,
West Main, between Hill and Bird sfreeit,
Cigara I Cigars !! Cigars HI
.Attention! lovers of the Fragrant Weed!
RECEIVED this day, at Garth's old established
Tobacco and Cigar Depot, a laree lot of very , ,
"Choice Havana Cigars,
direct from the Custom House) the real 'Simon pure
and no humbug! - nov27-5l
500 Uoxcs Tobacco!
A T Garth's old established Tobe ceo and cigar De
Xi. pot, west side main, between hill and bird streets,
Hannibal mo, nov27-'rl
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Virginia Sr Missouri H Imported arid Domestic
lobar ro. Cigars.
100 box's Garth's No. I ffs 23,000 Havana Regalias;
" " " 20,000 Juslo Sam Principes;
,5( " " 6' 30,000 Half Spanish;
And all the most popular
OO.UOU Cuba fix's .V malaysg
Geiman and Fancy Pipes,
Virginia Uranus direi
from the manufactories.
II French and Conrress Snuff.
W lirtli ara offered very low for cash, or to punctual
toien only on the usual time. nov27-'51
D.J. GARTH. .
R. W. OLIPIIANT, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
.Vo. 16, St. Charles St.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Particular... attention paid to disease of the
SMITH & D.ICK'S
NEW FAMILY GROCERY,
On Market Street1 -
rpHEY take this method of informing the
. X citizens of Hannibal and vicinity, that
.iic" nave onened a frew Familv Rmrm ,.! nn
MaK ' ftreet, immediately north of the .Market bouse,
when' ttv intcnl keeping all kinds of
suited to till ict',i' trade. We intend keeping on h and
Hinds of Marketing,
and will be pleasec' Bee ourrriendaat any time when
they want any thing " ?w l,ne- We bave Bnd
continue to keep
on hand during the winter season. As w ntve
best opportunity of purchasing
Fowls, Vegetables, cVe.,t
will be to every man's interest to call and examine,
I. i nnnrchuin. aluurhan - - ill I
ete i onurchasinfc elsewhere, as we will have .v.m
(ihugtlul ciu bd obtained at the Mirketlinn e, al
hourEdunringthedny no27tf 5MITH &. DICK
"VfOTICE is hereby given to the Administratrix and
1 Auditors of the estate of Saml. T. Wafers, dee'd,
late of Marion county, that having been appointed by
the county court for said county a commissioner to au
dit and settle all demands against th said-estate under
One. Hundred Dollars, I will attend, at my office in
the city of ianuibal, in said county ol Marion, on
Thursday, the 30th day of October, A. D. 1851, be
t wen the hours of 8 in the forenoon and 5 in the after
noon of that day, to audit and settle demands a 1st
the said estate of Saml. T. Walers, dee'd, presented on
hat day. oc!16-3t ISAAC L HOLT, Com'r.
Wholesale I H and Retail
Main street, Hannibal, M.
L, T. BRITTINGHAM & MO.
ARE now offering Drugs cheaper than ever offered
in Hannibal, and will sell lower than any other es
tablishment in the city. We ask the citizens and coun
try merchants to call and examine our drugs, and see if
they will not compare with any in any city; and cheap
er than they can buy tnem in St. luis. .
.inseed Oil, - - - ...
White Lead, Pure, ....
" No.l ....
$1 00 eal
1 65 keg
1 40 do
2 00 1b
1 To lb
5 00 oz
. 1 25 do
1 26 do
1 00 lb
1 10 do
1 50 do
Calomel, Mander, Weaver's, the best that
is made in the world, ...
Calomel, English, ....
Salaratiif - , - - -
Ink, Black -
Mustang Liniment, .
Mc Iain's Vermifuge . ;
Blue Mass, good - . . ' .
Indigo, a first rate article, ...
Soda, Sup. Crb.. tor Bread,
Ex't .ogvvo'odj .
Su.'.jihur per 100 lbs
All other articles in proportion to the above
A LARGE LOT OF 8X10 GLASS,
For rale at r aV H E- H&!aG31H3 dollars per
Box, by myly , L. T. BK1TT1NG11AM tt. BKO.
Who wants a genuine article of'
I L'ST drop in l llie"KAUl.K
POT," on Hill street, n.ar the
Levee '. and you will get Quincy
Flour wliat is QUINCY FLOUR . mauuiuctured at
(he relehra'ed "Eagle Mills," in the cily of Quincy,
And no Humbug! Jot second hand Quincy
barrels filled with other Flour!! scp2a
l IHM BUSHELS of good STONE COAL, fo
, ))) which we will pay the highest maL.e
price in trade. QUARLES4 CALDWEL t
"llKXUY M1LLEU, Wholesale andTTe
tail Dealer in and Impoiterof Hardware, Cutlery, and
Mechanics' Tools, 157 Main street, o
St. Loui, Mo. 0
LAND FOR SALE!
jeofjk, The undersigned offers his farm for le,
Z$&$yh situated in Ralls comity, Alo., lying directly
BffS-. ) on the main county road, about three miles
Tj7 from Hannrbal, leading to. Matsou'i Mills,
iiTi'ike 1-o.mity, tud to New Londgn. There are two
hundred acres in said tract of land, and it is well tun
K.r.i ..i w.iered. for raisine stock. It hus three
i , ii .f the hast of water, that have uev-
ei been known to go dry, and it ia thought to be one of
the healthiest locations in me hiaie.nas an wo ";
tagei of the river and ma.kets, and is in every cons,.,
lion situated for health and advantage for trade. It has.
! : '.-tr . mil- nf the Owelline. Ther. are about 40
fcioitriiti Hniisa on one rim ui
icrei of cleared land on it that is adapted for the rais.
inir of hemp, com, tMacco and wheat. "
RrTliU -ho wiahto da well, will p eae call and
v,ew Iho land f,r theinselv... befor. P-'
u"0.' .i" u Kj '"VeoVw. iVlacoci
JOURNAL AND UNION HANNIBAL, MO., DECEMBER fr, 1851.
CANNIBAL WHOLESALE PRICES CUR
RENT OF STAPLE ARTICLES.
Hooii Are worth $4 00.
Cattle Are telling for $3 25.
THcasnAY, December 4, IBM.
liar on, ....
l.'aslor lleHii, c . .
l oiree, v i",
Coru II room, f doz, -t'gga,
Tdo7.en, '. .
Flour, V bbl
iturhwheat f cwt
Feather lb -
Prime geese - , .
Inferior and mixed
Grain W bus
Wheat, fair to good,
Corn, . -
Prime D. R. ...
Fair to good . . .
Green and Salt ...
Iiead t tb Bar,
Lou. S. H. -9ngar
Prime N.O. ...
Fair to good ...
Loaf. St. iouis - , -Crushed
I 2d QA 1 75
12 i 19
3 75 (t 4 oo
($ 2 60
G. Alum .
L. Blown -Kanawha
3 bus -
1 85 (Hi 2 00
1 90 (4 2 26
40 ('v 45
(5) 1 00
2 50 (51 3 00
Tobacco 100 lbs
Lugs - . ...
Good leaf . .
rPHE subscriber would return his thanks to his
X friends and the public generally, for the lilwral pat
ronage heretofore extended to him, and trusts to merit
a eontinuanct of their tavorby care and promptness in
filling all orders for articles in his line of business.
West main, between hill and bird streets, Hannibal
mo. nov27-'5I D.J. GARTH.
Clothing! Clothing! '
THE subscriber has just received for his' son, Thos.
H. .UcVeigh. of St. Louis, and now opened up,
In the room next door to Mr. McElroy's Book
Store, and Marly opposite the City Hotel,
a very general assortment of
Gentlemen and Boy'
c i; O TUT JY G.
Also, a good assortment of fine Silk Plush Caps, men
and hoys' ditto Worsted Plush Caps, Glazed Caps,
nne rue caps, r ur uioves, ate, e. ine season Deing
pretty far advanced, he has purchased, not a heavy
stock, but well assorted, which shall be leplenished u
occasion may require. This stock has been purchased
at least 10 per cent lower than the fame could be had
for. two months ainre and us ir t intniiAl thia .h.ll
h."" 8 permanent concern no partners to ci.oo it. He
I UV .... flA V. . . I I r: 1- I . I- i I ' i
V to his old friends and the public generally,
-'ends to do a Z3yflk.asUBia: business,
that lit ii
once, and that, as low as the lowest. He
have but .one
lo id lower man all the world, but
aoe, not pro. . ,t , fma, ldTlnce. nd the'
LU.y r ii k , b v"y Hgl.t, there is notb
nenses of the biisii.c" : B '
ing to prevent giving fc'ood . mM McVEIGH.
Particular attention is cei to e
Boys' Over Coats,
as the asfortmeJ11
is oui' ex.
ONE box, marked E. B.' or W. B. Hamillon
supposed was taken through mistake from the
Bieamer jvouivi m. ration, about the 7th inst.
above reward will be paid, upon delivery to
titO, BACON & CO., Hannibal,
Wm. Dwyer, 17, Commercial st. St. Louis.
"VfOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested in
X the estate of Landy Barnard, deceased, that letters
of administration have been granted to the undersigned
by the clerk of tbe Ralls County . Court, in vacation
bearing date Nov. !4, 1851. '
All persons indebted to said estate are reqnesled to
jiake payment immediately, and all persons having
cU.ms agaunt said estate, are .requested to present
them, Proper y authentic wi,hi one year from the
date of said letter", QV ltley may be precluded from any
benefit of sai'i es'.ate, and if not presented within three
years thsjy v, , De forever barred.
CHARLES SCANLAND, Ailm'r.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested in
tbe estate of Thomas Saiarr, dee'd, that letters
of administration have been granted to the undersign
ed by the clerk of the Ralls County Court, in vacation,
bearing date Noy. 22, 1951.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make payment immediately, all persons having
claims against said estate are requested to present them,
properly authenticated, within one year from the date
of said letters, or they may be precluded from any ben
efit of said estate, and if not presented within three
years, they will be forever barred.
nov27-3t ELIZA E. SMARR, Adin'x,
rVHE subscriber would respectfully inform the citi
X. zens of Hannibal and the community generally,
that he has recently purchased of 3. M. Doom, his en
tire slocu ol d
Saddlery, Shoes, Boots, &c,
and has commenced business upon his own resnonsl
bility. He has leinoved from tli oll stand a few doors
above, to the house formerly occupied by Waugfl, as a
Tinner's shop, where he will be happy at all times to
se his old friends and customers, and strangers will
ie equally welcome, ana get qtiaiiy as good bargains.
He has on hand a good assortment of almost every ar
ticle in uis line, consisting oi
oIjeather, Shots, Boots, both Eastcrn'and
Shop Work, Saddles, Bridles and
Ljaniess of every descrijttion, Whips
o of every kiiut, Trunks, Carpel
Bugr, Over Shoes. Saddle
Trees, buckles, bridle bits, alirrup irous; webbing;
seating; padding and almost every article that a saddler
may want to purchase, all which ha will sell as low
for cash as they can be bought in Hannibal.
He would lurlher add that ha has employed A. J.
DALLAS, as foreman nf the nhoe shopi than whvm
there is not a better workman in Northern Missouri
and when he promises work, it is always made to the
day. nov20tf JONATHAN GORE.
DOHYN'S & CO.'S Daguerreotype Ual
es, Nj. 489 Maiu st. Louisville, Kyi No. I Four Ik
Row, Memphis, i'enn.t No. b 28 Camp at. New O
lean,, and oLac.r Fourth and Chesnut, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
HAND'S DAGUEKREOTYl'E SA-
LOON3, 5? Fourth street, opposite Planter House,
St. Louis. Mo.
Ladies and Centlemeu visiting St. Ixuiis aie invited t
call and have their likenestes takeu in a style aqua
to hat of any in the world. ocyy
S. Mkaciuu, Aitist k Bup't.
Ll. persons Indebted to J. M. Doom, arerennested
L to call immediately and aettle their accounts as it
it very Important thai he should close up his Dimness,
having recently sold his establishment to J. Gore. It
is to be hoped (hat not one who is owinj biro and es
this notice, will fail to attend to It, as it is desired lhat
th. l.-.lnoii mar b wound ud without puttinr one
man to cost. - J. Gora will attend lo the settlement of
all debts due him. O J. M. DOOM,
nov20tf Ter J. UOKE.
0 Tobacco, Cigars and Bnuff
II. LEER & ARBOGAST,
KEEP constantly on hand the very best Missouri
and Virginia Tobacco! Snuff otalf qualities; Smo
king Tobacco, (coarse and fine;) Regalia, Piincipe,
Melee and Common Cigars and every article usually
kept in their line. r nnvftnf
Apply at the sign of the
q q q q .
TO THE -LA DIES
TTTE would call the particular attention of the La-
V dies to our stock of fine
EsjS and Fine Gaiters,
Rather superior to any in the market, bought of the
manufacturers, and warranted good. Also a fine stock
of Muffs, and Victorines, Real Thread Edgings, and a
splendid assortment of Ribbons all wool De Latnes,"
very rich and beautiful. Also a splendid lot of Black
Figured Watered Silk, which we will sell very cheap,
no vl3y COLLINS $ BRFKD.
A. U. LATIIROP, & CO., Manufactu
rers and wholesale dealers in Trunks, Valises, Carpe
Bags, . Principal Depot No 60, Third St. Branch
No 34 Vine street, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
ST. LOUIS gTOVS GTCRE
E, the Subscribers take this method of inform
ing our friends and the public in general that
we have now on band tbe best and most complete as
Cooking, Heating and Parlor 'Mores
ever brought to Hannibal, "which we intind to sell low
for cash. We are also manufacturing for wholesale and
retail trade, a lot of Tin Ware, of
than has ever been used in Hannibal before. Call and
eromine our stock for yourselves and you will be con
vinced that what we say Is not ga. We warrant all
our Stoves for one year, and can furnish new plates at
all times. All kinds of JOB WORK done to order
and warranted to stand. Don't forget the place
West side of Main Street, two doors
north of the Brady House,
nov!3y BRYAN SUMMERS.
rpHE subscribers have just received a large supply of
oaiiiuore vove vysiers.
These oysters have been put up fresh this fall in a
superior manner, in cans hermetically sealed, and will
retain their jimliti. perfect for ii.y length ol time, an I
in any climate. They are offered to the dealers at St.
Louis prices. novl3lf J, A. 1NSLEE at CO.
By JOHN I. ELLET,
fTHE Pronrietor will
spare no pains lo make the
L Brady House a pleasant and comfortable home for
the wJ" lrve,er- T-ggag taken to or from the
" ' "f charge.
' I suDscriDer woum respectfully announce ""i i,
1 ... .. .... tt (ha
j. citizens oi namiiDai and tbe traveling public, that
he has taken the well known Brady House, which has
been thoroughly cleansed and repaired and entirely fur
nished throughout, with new and good articles of every
description of furniture, beds, bedding and bedsteads,
carpets and oil cloths, crockery and class ware, kitch
en and parlor. All, 1 say, is new and clean, and ready
for inspection ot the curious, or for trial by the weary
traveler. No pains will be spared to make the Brady
House a bouse of comfort a quiet home the travel
er's rest. And as my prices shall not exceed any other
respectable house in the State, I shall confidently hop
to receive a fair share of public patronage.
JUHK I. ELLKT.
N. B. Cash at all times will be paid for all eood ar
ticles needed by the house. Day board $1. Meals 25
cts. Week board, without lodging, (2 50.
J. I. E.
ALL persons indebted to th estate ol E. Dunning,
either on note or book account- are respectfully
called upon to settle the same if they would save cost
and trouble. GEO. BACON, Adm'r.
nov 1 3-4w of E. Dunning, dae'd.
.Veto Brick Livery
Sign Of the Black Horse and BUggy!
Webb & Knnkel, Proprietcru.
THE subscribers have finished the front part of their
extensive stable, and when the additions are com
pleted, they will be able to accommodate 150 head of
horses. 1 his stable being ot Brick materials is not so
liable to Fiat. Our stalls being very wide, give room
for rest to the horses. They are well supplied with
excellent and comfortable
Carriages, Hacks and Buggies,
Good, Gentle, Saddle and Harness
Mi O R S Ml S ,
Which will be furnished on the shortest notice, and at
tba lowest possible prices. The public are assured lhat
at no stable in Northern Missouri, can they be better
accommodaled with every character of conveyance nec
essary for travel or pleasure. '
Horses fed by the dsy, week, mouth or year.
A good Buggy Horse kept expressly for hunters.
All we ask i a call lrom the citizen or traveling
N. B. Near to this stable is a coach maker and black
Gentlemen stopping at any of th hotels will pleas
order their borea to our liable, where eveiy atieutiou
will be given them.
Gentlemen having good horse to (ell, will do well to
give us a call, as they will find it greatly to tbeir advan
tage, a in case we don't buy w will aid iu finding
Look out for th styo of the
Black Horse and Bugcy!
A. B. WEBB.
N. T. KUNKEL.
EDWARD EGGERS, Importer an
Dealer in Groceiie, Liquor, Wines aud Cigars, and
Commission aud Forwarding Merchant, No. 173 Main
St. Louis, Mo.
THOSE know'.ng themselves indebted to Mellon k
Hawkins either by not or iccouut, w ill picas
tome forward art piy up iiuuit-diatcly ,as I am th only
one authorized to teceiv aud receipt lor the sain.
Hannibal May 2 ISM. ELIJAH U A WKINS.
A Lot of Ready-Made Clothing.
A lot of Ready-MaJa Sprint and Summer Clolhia
l if the latest atjlt-tjjusi received end for sal cheap
iew i-cuion, m atyzzy ii. uiu.m,
NOTICK Is hereby given lo all eredilnr, and other
r,ir.t,l in the tafa of William 9. Tingle, fiee'd.
that letters of administiation on said estate, beai ing dale
Julv 2X 1851. have been itranted ta the ii'dersigrten oy
the clerk of Marion county court in vacaiion. All persons
indebted to aaid csttte ara requested lo make pnym.nt
immediately, and all persons having claims against said
estate are required to present f hein, properly authentica
ted, within ona year from the date of aaid letters, or
thev may be precluded from any benefit of said estate,
and if not presented within three years, they will be
forever barred. .
oc30-3t JULtA A. TINGLE, Adm'r'jt.
mni n ii , i ii I ,i
I ff ' mm jwrssMS ss a rj
COLL TJVS Bit BUD
TTAVEjitst received from Boston, New York and
a a rniiaueipma, inetr
M ISTER STOCK OF COOBS,
Complete, and are ready to wait upon all. Their stock
consists of everything in the Dry Goods, groceries and
Queensware line, also the largest and best selected
DOOT3 AND SHOES
Ever brought to this city. All those who wish to buy
Are Invited to call ami examine them. nnvlSy
BROWNLEG, HOMER fc CO.. No. 85
St. Louis, Mo.
Hav exposed for sale a large assortment of Foreign
and Domestic Dry Goods, comprising everything in
their line, to which they invite the attention of country
mercnanis, Deneving aucn inducements will be ottered
as will entitle them lo the preference. oc9y
WOLFF & IIOPPE, Importers ot Ger
man, French and English Fancy Goods, and wholesale
dealers in Amoncan variety Goods, 89 Main st, oc9y
Si. Louis, Mo.
tOAN, KING & CO., Wholesale Dry
Goods Dealers, 131 and 133 Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Silk Goods at very low prices for Cash, or to prompt
UURTIS & BROTHER, Direct Import-
era and wholesale dealers in every description of Sad
dlery Hardware, 111 Main street, between Locust and
St. Louis, Mo.
Orders carefuliy and promptly filled at lowest prices,
HIND & HENDERSON, Manufacturers
and wholesale dealers in Umbrellas, Parasols, Para
soleltes and Sun Shades, 155 Main sL, np stairs, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
GATY, M'CUNE & CO., Mississippi
Foundry, (Main and Second streets, between Morgan
St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturer of Steam Engines, Mill Machinery,
Steam Boiler, and Sheet Iron Work, Lard Tank aod
Coolers, Tobacco, Oil and Mill Screws, and all kind
of Brasswork, etc. oc9y
LEE, GAGE & CO., Maniifiictnrers f.f
every usMuipuon ot Cast and German Steel Saws al
so Counter, Platform, and Floor Scales. Ware Room
86 Main street, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
CLARK, RENFREW & CO., Eagle
Foundry, (corner of Main and Biddle streets,)
St. Louis, Mo.
Manufacturers of S earn Engine and Mill Jkfachi
"T. Page's Portable Saw Mills, Steam Boiler aid
Sheet Iron Work of all kind.
FISHER & BENNETT, Booksellers,
Stationers, and Paper Dealers, 98 Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Always on band, a large assortment of Printing Pa
Inks, fcc. oc9y
t pwiC ,r LvrY. Wholesale and Re-
tail! Sing Emporium; j Nat.
ner Locust, oc"v
St. Louis, Mo.
WEBSTER, MARSH & CO., Whole-
sale and retail Clothing and Gentleman's Furnishing
Warehouse, 176 N. Main street, between Washington
Avenue and Greet, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
1NSLEE ft CO.,
r w A r .-s Alii.
Commission Merchants, and Wholesale
Dealer Id I.iauora.
A superior article of Double Rectified
Whiskey, of th celebrated 'Black
Horse Brand' always oo hand.
AISo Agents for Seiti A Green's Clarified Cide
QUINCY FLOUR, th best and purest always k t
on hand by T. R. SELMES.
THE firm of Saul 4 Dean was dissolved on tb 12th
of October ls,t. The undersigned still continues
ine maroie ousiness al me old stand, lormerly
1 l ri . j . c m n
-Se)mes Buildings." Ha ha on hand a good
nrtment of Italian and n uerican marble, and hoi
all those wishing to purchase wll call and se for
themselves. He will sell cheaper than has ever been
soli in lb West, and his work cannot help pieasin.
lor cneapness ana siyie. f. A. SAIL,
I ,000 H. extra oak tanned and Spanish Leather, for
M. saie oy . aug-iy M, A. I-IMJSLLY.
Attorney at Law, .
HAVING located himself at HANNIBAL, Mo.,
will practice in the Court of Common Pleas, at
Hannibal, the Circuit Courts held at Palmyra, Paris,
New Loudon and Bowling Green; in lb Supreme Court
of the tate, and in th United States Circuit Court.
tTOllice on aast aid of Main, between Bird and
Centre streets. ,..
Hannibal, Aug. 88th, 1851. aug2Slf
C. &. C. TODD, 217 North Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Importers and manufacturers of Mill Materials, Screen
Wire fyindle, Iron Proor Stuffs, Cemented and rivet
ed Leather and Rubber Bolting, (machine stretched)
warranted to be straight and giv satisfaction. Bolt
ing Cloths manufactured expressly for enstomeis.
which are heavier and better than any other ad
'lUd' Portable Grain Mill. Ocy
QUEEXSWAREput up in packages to n
justieceived by ocijy T. R. St
il the trade
SHOES and Boots of all kinds, from the hard I'ot
metal up to thesofteet Kid Leaiherat
octia T.R. SELMES.
Of"! nnf kiwhel ot Oat wanted (or whicn the
h w ill be paid by
rpilE lart and best assorted stock of fa-luo:ibl
J- Gouds of every descripion ever bio'.ht to Hu
nibat, bow o;wtiing at the llorton Vhak.U Ware
house. Walk up Ladies and Goulleioen, w.s ur rvady
aid happy to show our good. I oct tl
T. Ii, SELMES,
1VTO I Afaciraial, the best ever brought to
i. l lust received direct from
baricls and kitts for sal by
lioston in baritls, ball
'IV U s)tIL.Mt:8.
"The Wo. Tunmph xt " '
Tiffany Mineral RAZOil ST sMitf, w.
tinted to give, fine shaip i)g to a razor u ' 'iis
than any otlwr pat ever tnainltnctiireil. Fifty dair
just received and for ! tfy J. II. (J EST CO.
. Fuqna Buildings, Hill st feet, srplrty Solo Agent.'
variety of Cabinet Furniture of the lateit French Pat
terns, no 14Z corner or necon tireot and waamn(0f
St. Louis, Mo.
BO(JTH, DRAKE & CONN,"' Hat and
Cap Manufacturer., No. 135 Afnin slreel,
St. Lonix, M.
Hal and Caps of the latest New York and Kriropoa
fashion, and every variety of style. Dealers through
out the country an invirnl fo examine our goods.
E M MOFFETT,
Wholesale Orocer and Commiiwloa
Xo. 1, Lerre, HannHal, J&4 (fc the houst
formerly occupied hf JV. Vuqva,)
WILL constantly keep supplied witliagmirral stock
of Grocaries, which he will be enabled from h!s
facilities for purchasing, to sell by the wholeaahs at St.
Ixniis prices, exjwm-s M?4. . 11" VCt aU give kit
personal ttlention to the commission basinet and will
mat liberal cash advance on consignment. . 4lf
R. L. MELVILLE, Fashionable Hatter,
opposite Planter Housf, No. 43, N. Fourth s!., j 9
St. Louis, Mo. "
BUCK & WRIGHT Wholesale Deal-
en in all kind of Stove and Hollow War. Tbe sob.
scriber have now on baud an assortment of Iho Buck
Patent (Hooking Stoves, and can supply those stitbinf
lo buy cooking stoves at wholesale or retail, with Iho
most perfect article in Iho West. II ha all the advan.
jages of any other stovs now in ne, with at least on
third mora oven, whict is heated with iiniforraity in
every part. In the ovn are flues so constructed as to
carry off steam, arising from cooking meals, Into th
pipe, thus prevtnting the mixture or flavors.., Tho o.
eonomy, convenience and f-o:ci U cooking oiwra
Uuna, render this stove preferable to any other befor
the public. Sold as above at No. 209. Main t. onno.
sit Missouri Hotel, ocy
St. Louis, Mo. .','-, .
-sr r.-rr -
I .1 II IK H r. rf hi
I ulonbr deems it proper losay to hi oil
J- 'rierxls and the public generally, that his eounot
tion with th late firm of Hiram McVeigh kC,bu
been abruptly dissolved, but lhat he wilTin a few day
be under way again, with a fin assortment of ji
Ready-Made Clothing, ice., i, c,
And bis friend will do well to delay tbeir purchase
for short lima. oeMf Oct. 6lb. 1H5I.
' HIRAM McVEIGH.
S. F. SUMMERS, (late of Philadel
P, "') Whll nd retail Jruuk Manufacturer. No
49, Chesnut st., ..-.. '
Sl Louis, Mo., -J -
wbare may be found overy variety of Trunk Bunufao-
..... mw pica, lor casn. oc9r
H. E. D1MICK & CO., No. 42, North
f.' . -x. v .
main street, oi. l,ouis, Alo.,
Importer, Manufacturers and Dealer in Gang ttti
sporting apparatus of all kind. Aifle from the most
celebrated factories in th u. g. w. ts
ed with the trad, wholesale and retail. Also whole
Powder!" Salsty Fuse Kdl and Blastiog
SCARRITT dt MASON'S New Mam
moth Furniture Halls, No. 60, Washington Av.nu., be
tween Second and Third streets, '
St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufaetorert and dealer in Furniture, Mattre.
Beddinjr, Transnerent 8had. V.n.i.. bi;4- r '
ing Gla., Clocks, Willow Wagons, Shower Bath
Ice Boxes Rock.ng Horse., V.locinedea, Vencera!
Mahogany Boards. Curled Hair. H.i. run. Vr
- - . - , --""'"i raws,
S. STILL WELL, (successor to S. Kidtr-
ley). Manufacturer of Spirit Gas, Chemieal Oil, Alei-
No 53 Olive, between 2d and 3d streets, oc9y
St. Louis, Mo.
BEARD & BRO.'S. Pt.n P,.mim
Pump .fnufactory, No. 66 Locust treet,
c?i. jlouis, MO. - j
Conetantly on ha.!; Li", Beer, Lard Oil,
Mining and Air Pumps. aP .for deP well war
ranted. Pumps of every description mart to order.
Lightning Conduc'ors on a new and iroprovej plan.
Gum Elastic Hoae for sale. . oc9y
A. REINBOLD, Manufacturer and deal-
er in Masonic, Odd Fellow, Sons of Temperance, and
all other kinds of Regalia, Caps, Robes, Coatuaaes, fcc
aiso cmoiems, jewels, gold and ilver Lace, Star,
Frinres, 4 cat 43 Cbesuut street tMtwrn ae0fMl &nd
third streets, oc9
SL Loui, Mo. ,-
GALLERY, No I, Fourth anil Market streets, '
St. Louis, Mo. .
Operators will find her the largest and best as -nent
of Cameras, Plates, Cases, Chemicals, and all oU. ar
ticle used in th business. Patent Riehta of t.r.
Daguerreotypes for Illinois and Missouri, for ui..
thi gallery. ortv '
MOFFETT, STILLWELL & CO-
Ko-11, Locust st., (lp stain,) r
ST. LOPIS, MO.
TK AttE K SO.- 8, "
Commission and rrodnec
No. 36, Commercial, and 18, Front, Streets,
. sr. LOUI, MO.
A On Horse Wagon, a
URTS A. LOCKWOOD.
SLEEPER fe BACON, Great Western
Wir Factory, W, Market street, between second n4
St. Louis, Mo. '
Alwavs ready lo (ill or.lta for Seivcs, Riddles, Trapa.
Kitchen Sales. Bird Cages and Fencing Wire. ru
ning Mill Wire CiolB and ereury of all kiuda.
Erase, Copper and Iron Wira Clolh of all Buatbera, al
a ays on hand. oetfv .
W. M. BROWN, Soap, Oi and Candla
Steam Works, No. 210 North M ain itrset, 5 1 -
Si. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale manufacturer and dealer ril Sdap of tri
description and variety. Also Adaraanthi. Star anj
Mould Candle. Th frd supplied at who Us I wits
Soda Ash, Palm Oil and Roain Tallow Lard ar.4 Sta
1L I PERRY At CO., (successors to Ec
neat Tucker.) IropoHer ik! Wholesale Deal .
tnglub aud American Hard wave and CutUr. x a,v.
stiwt, ., ' L.
- St. MO.
FALL STYLE HATS-,1 'n,a ts"t
CjUality inaniifacHjrd, al Hl-Also Cap, 8i.n Htj
i? Jn' i ,l l'Mh f t'all at Cori..tbiasJ
St. Louis, Mo,
50 i!m KMrB or B4iaT r'"Jri
JJ MOLASoKH, Juw Mlt, to4 M ,4i,iw k. .
For ISfef Sate,,