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HERR DRIESBACH & CO.'S
MABIE & CO.'S UNITED STATES CIRCUS,
a? m a a e a ,
r. A. OLDER, MANAGER.
Will Exhibit at
Wui.tsville, on Monday, ...........
At Mtdison, on Tuesday, ...........
Al Pens, on Wednesdsy, ...........
At Clinton, an Thursday, ..... ......
Al harpsburgh, en Friday, - - - - .
Ah Hannibal, on Saturday, ...........
At Palmvra, on Monday. ......... ..
me pimne are respecllaliy mlormerf that thee lo vast establishments, united Tor the present eaon.
form by far the largest collection of LIVI.NG ANIMALS and the most attractive array of ENTERTAIN
ING NOVELTIES, ever exhibited in this or ar.y o'tier country. The Menagerie containa many rant and
beautitnl specimens of animated nature, auch as Asiatic Elephant, Arabian Camela, Ana tic and Afri.
ran Lion. Royal and Brazilian Tubers. Chela or Hunting Leopards, South Ameiican Panthers, Cougars. Oce
lots, Ciit Cat, Mexican Lion, Grizzly and Black Bi-ara, Wolves. Deers, Hyenaa ; Die celebrated llraham
eartle and China Cheep; also, a arreat variety of Birds ar.d Monkeys, which' will be exhibited in conuectiou
with Mabie'a I'nited Nate Circus, without extra charge.
The Cavalcade will arrive in town on the above mommc, and there will be a GRAND PROCESSION,
heralded by the Monster Elephant Kaaloo-Alia, on of the largest in the United State. The proceieii
will be preceded by the relebrated NEW YORK BRASS BAND.directed by the renowned Bugle Player,
F. A. 6rEEI.E. Conspicuous in tbe Grand Cavai-ade will be seeo the MAMMOTH PERFORMING
AGE, weighing over lO.tmO, pounds, dtawn by EIGHT SNOW-W HITE STEEDS, altogether forming a
not! magnificent moving Panorama.
A thrilling performance at each exhibition in an immense performing den by Pignor Hidoralgo. the most
-Towned ot Lion conquerors, who will, at a certain period entr the ilen of his teinfie groupe of Lions, Ti
ters, Leoptds, Cougaia, Panthers, fcc, the tame at peifcimed by him iu all the principal cities of Europe
MABIE t CO.'S UNITED STATES CIRCUS. This stupendous establishment is organized at an enor
'. ous exrene, and the proprietors feel proud in recommending to the public a series of novelties unsutpassed
by env- Equestrian Troupe now traveling. The principal Mais who compose the 1 quettrian Tioiipc ai, Mr.
Vf. Wateiman, Equeslrian Manager and celebiat'd two, four and six huse rider; Davit Richards, the
world's only bare brk tider and crli brated Iraper J. Shales, that great India-rubber mau and globe and
ladder performer; W. Chambers, the tainous seeme rider ; W. Ct.1 in feats of muscular flexibility ; two
star Clowns, Puss Horner, the great American Jester, also, Sam. Welser, the great Portuguese Juggler and
tuck clown, each famous lor original w it and humor ; besides a host of others and in fact, the whole ettab
ltsbment is a vatt repoitry of Nature ar.d Ait.
tf Hoirrs of Exhibition form 1 to 4 P. M. and 7 to 10 P. M.
I" AOmitSion, 60 cts., children and servants, J5 cts., to the w hole eerr.bir.ej exhibition.
VJ" Doors Open at Hannibal, at 2 and 7 o'clock.
or inr'rr particulars, ke laige pic tonal and cle.-eriptive bills i-.tid iiiu b--i ' ' I t'teipsl hotels.
TBI ItEW TOKK TRIBTJ5K having eomplettd tbe twelfth
yew of I't exitteooa, e lb 9th of April, algMlund Its
tatraoot into iu tews tie u tniarr nnent if Its border, ad
ding fall; one third to its are, tsl which wtll reqaire at
henceforth to par more fur the while par'er osj whieh It W print
ed than all w, reeaive from its rahecritera. And, ample u
ear ineome baa been, (though lees ample It baa been eer
raatly reported) oar expenditarea for tbe next sear most be
larrer than oar annul Income baaever jet been.
W e bare taken thia Impirtaot step not without relwranee,
bat noon tat mature onniideratii. There are thirteen of as
concerned In th Tribane eeubli-baieet e iirrprietort with one
hundred and seventy mora directly employed n tbe paper all
to btrabeitted oat of iu carnal income and this enlargeateBl
adds tome $''0,000 per annam to oar rxpeniee witboat Beeeee
terily tncrevinr oor receipt. Vet we eoooantet so many e-m-plaiau
of tbe small type, too tne rrint, bad fir tbe eye, ie ,
that wt have reentved torukourall on the enterrrise of making
a paier which will sat tfy many thousands who hare hllberto
ttjod alonf, and to enlarge oar i-abFcriptina aad AdverikiDg
at to teear at a reward for oar exertiont in the faiare qul
to that we bare enjoyed In the paau If we ean add one-fourth
to oar reading matter, and present tbe ch ile in fair, oiear
tTpe of good tise, we belirre we may nrarly doable oar circu
lation; aad tbls, tboogb of no dirret adramage to as, serures
orb an Icertve of our Adreriising at will leave at nothing
Tbe tSeml-weekly Tribane was enlarge '. to tbe new t:t nf
the dailv, and we arty oar country frirndt who bare no dally
mail, or think tbey rannot sff.rd a daily paper- to give tbir
an examinattn. We always ttoly to end nre the largMt
ryxtible amount of nt'al and iauns ing ma'ter into car
weekly ; yet It t phyMcallt in poejibtc 't at we sh'Old print
thtreren one-thirl of iur letters from Kur , Ana Minor,
India, Cali'ornia, Mexico, Central America, ic.i.'. But all
tbeee are gieo In our semi-weekly, lbcre it not another
paper iacd in the world which Cv-ntains so large an amount
f mainly original reading for to small a son : ai-d we trot'
thtt, rince rotare hat been reduced to a mere bagatelle, there
are tbooaodi ti oar friends who have hitherto taken the
weck'y, wbo will benoeforth take the semi weekly. We will
tend a t peel men to any one wbo, witiioat tutjteting ns to
txrenae, shall tee It to apply fur It.
The Weekly Tribune will likewise be enlarged to tbe new
site of the Daily ia September next, at the cle of Its ear
rent volume. It will then he tbe largest Weekly tftVrdid to
C ahaf-r f 1 per annum In tbt world, and its white paper will
cot as nearly or quite ail toat we receive Iron If uu Sab
tenters. We ihtil hope to make it pay by et;rpriatiig a
mall part of tbt atw tpace we that create to Aivtriisemraie,
which until sack enltrgmeat, we mat eontirue t keep witn
in tbe ntrroweet limiu. It it timed every 1 harvday morn
ing, and contains most cf the mat I. r nf tbe IUilv, with nx rt
fammary aceounttof laeh EvenU and Prrwdirg at cannot
be published in to I. We mean that no Weekly hall tari
this in giving a fall, graphic, and faithful ace-net of what
the World is Doing, whereof it ia Thinking, aid how it is
(Payma In all eatee reqsire-t in Advance )
Hail Wet ben, fS a rear j $1 SO for three month".
SEMI-WEEKLY IlUbTNE. WEEKLY IK1BUXE.
hinglt copy, . - $1 00 Si etc o-pv, - - 2 0U
Two coplet, . . i 00 1 Three copies, - 5 00
Teneoptat, - . SO 00 Twenu (toontad'ra)2u 00
Postage on the Tribune.
Coder tbe sew law, ptag to regal ar iub-cribers
To the weekly Tribane, one year, it - it
The Daily Tribane. one year, - . l id
The rVmi-Wwkiy Tribune, one year, . . . 12
p43 P.aimaitara or othevt taking charge of aid remitting
us tbt mmey for a club of twenty will be entitled to a oolj
of the Weekly petit.
.JtsT" Sobcriptiou may by forwrdd at any earm of the
year. Address, tiKEELEV A MiEI.RATII.
rnblirbert, Inbune Umidinirr-, Now .rk.
9 Notes of all specie-paTint- Banks in tbe United Sia'es
are uken for sartcriptioni to this paper at par. Money in
closed in a letter to our address, and deposited in any Poet
Office in the United State, may he eon-idered at car rwk ;
oat a a earn pt ion of tbe bills oagbt in all oaett to be left witn
jT-tV ibt Weekly Tribane b tent to clergymen at $1 per
THOS. S. MILLER,
DEALER in lumber, abinglei, laths, sath, ee., fcc
Office at the Counting room of Miliar k. Pogua'a
Lumber Yard, on the Corner of HiU and Third streets,
Har.t.ibsl, June 10 lftil.,-tf
The Cheapest ever Offered
J. P. KAYIiUUN.
"T7"E are telling our goods ofl at such prices as will
V enable persons w ant ing goods to buy more goods
for less money than wa ever Mone before id HanntVal.
Our stock of gomtt is complete in
ALMOST EVERY VARIETY
common to ues and wants of every person. All wo
want is a call to convince the people of these facts. I
purr hate my goods for cash, and at very low rates,
which will enable me to
SELL VERY CHEAP.
Our stork consists in articles as follows:
Boots and Shoes, all kinds;
Quecnswar very late steles;
Clottiinje cut to fit;
of all kinds and varieties;
Cash paid for Wheal to,i of the market.
Our customers will always find WJM. P. QWSLEY
reso'y to wait on them.
Remember Hie store, J. P. RAYBURN. Cemmercial
( Doe, oppile the Biadv House.) (my6-tf)
ataVial eaeofOnt re Aei af (toagma, ta the ywai
aaai. ny s. a. uuiuum.x, at. I, la tka aiaraa
Ootoe of th IHatrlet CoaM tut the i
Mrtrkt at NaaarlTaala.
Another Scientific Wonder I
GREAT OURC FOR
Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
OR, GASTRIC J I ICE.
FRESH FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS ! ! !
RICH AND BEAUTIFUL!!!
s-PEiixm w&it:d sTOffiB ssis
COLLINS & BREED,
MAIN STREET, HANNIBAL, MISSOURI,
Call (he attention of purchasers rjenerally to their carefully selected s'ock of fresh and
'rr'vm. ati jm ta n at . Mmmr,r r2-uaUJaiJaBa
Which we have just received. They iet-r particularly to their slock ol
EMBROIDERIES Of real French work ; Collars, with and without points ; Under Sleeves; ladie,' Em
broidered Handkerclieifs ; Edeines and Insertings ; Transferring Bands, Chemisettes; Caiiest also some
beautiful Soutach Collars. CfTliit stock is one ot the most complete ever brought to this cnv.
DRE5S GOODS Prints, Ginghams, Jaconets and Lawns; Barage de Laii.es, Tisaues, plain and figured
Trench Chinttes for children ; Suir.mrr de Laines, Alapaccas. Popiius, fcc.
DKES8 SILKS A selection ot the most elegant fashionable styles, among which are the plain colored Poult
4 Soirs, so much in demand : a bo a variety ot BlacK SiIks. of all widths and prices.
BONNETS AND RIBBONS A Superior Selection, and cheaper than the same style were ever sold be
fore. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR Cassimcres, Linens, Dran D'Ete.Vestings, and Cottoni c-es,of the newest styles
also a fine a? toil men t of Children's Goods, such as Casbmerettes, Tweeds, &c.
STAPLES AND SUNDRIES Domestics, Checks, HicKory, Chambrays, Nanseens, Curtain Muslins
fhiwls, HandKercbeifs, Cravats, Hosiery, Elanncls, Swiij and Jaconet Muslins. Irish Liceu. Ladies' Skirts!
Filet Mitts and Gloves. Parav.ls and Kans.
BOOTS AND 8HOES We wish to call the attention of tbe Ladies to our stoc or Ladies Shoes. We
have tome of the finest and latest styles custom made. We have also an excellent itoes of Men'i and Chil
dren's Shoe and Borts, from the hnest to the coarsest.
HATS AND CArS Gents' fine SilK Hats, all price and Spring Style, Panama, Leghorn, Citixen' and
Palm Leaf Hats, Gents' and Boys'.
QUKENSWARK AND GLASSWARE Of the newest Patterns and Style.
CARPETS We have a lot of rigrain. three ply, and star carpeting, which wa will sell at St. Louis price.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND MILLINERS Will f.n.i'i,, ih.. .trir m.. .i..u. h. i'jt
"Wholesale Houses, and as they wereal! selected fiotn the Importers, in the East, will be sold at such price as
eannot fail to give entire satisfaction. t-J" Call and examine the Good before purchasing elsewhere even if
joa ao not ouy,w win te pieaseaio snow litem. Ltp u-1-iyj COLLINS t BREED.
lUillincrr and Drrss Goods.
MRS. M. J. KIDD.
On Second Street, Kortfc at Bill Street,
It aew receiving and opening ber SPRING STYLES
of GOODS, enabling her to supply her customers
wtitk all kinds of fancy siltt Bonnets, Embroidered
Jfsnps, and Gimp of every description and size. She
will keep on hand a variety of Spring Mantillas, of a new
style, and Misses' and rbildien t Basques. Also, a
handsome assortment of Veils, Ribbons, aad Flowers.
Dresses made and patterns cut to order, in the latest
styles. Glove, Linings, Feathers, Ladies' Riding
Hats, and everything else usually called for in such an
While extending a general invitation to call, she
wisbee the fact kept in mind, that she it determine!'
there shall be no reasonable ground of complaint oi.
account of Prices. (mch-3l-wy)
S7ST. LOUIS AGEXT. W. S. SWYMMER
eaeral Ke wsnaner and Advertising Aeent, Comer o
Second and Chestnut Streets, (over the l'Oit Office,)
St. LOCUS, MO.
JIM Received, a nifty f WAX EEADr. at
CO H IK "8.
J. LONG & BROTHER,
(SICESSORJ TO D. LONS.)
Wholesale Candy House,
ON Hill street, Hannibal, Mo., (Opposite J. A.
Where they keep constantly on hacd a largo assort
ment of CANDIES of their own Manufacture, and ol
uperior quality to any Dad in the Western country.
Tbey bone to relate tbe patronage of the Old Deal
rs iu the Establishment, and also to snake many new
P. S. All order accompanied with a remittance,
ill be punctually attended to.
(mya'iilf ) J. LONG fc BROTHER.
r. cnoiTiAC, ja. HAatiton. run talle.
rnoi TEAU, I1RRIS0N fc HUE,
ommissiou Merchant and Proprietori of th St.
Louit Rolling Mill,
ND MANUFACTURERS OF IRON in all its
iX rariou shape, Sheet Iron and Boiler Plate
.ajlt and Snike,lromth ore of the Iron Mountain,
Iron Store No. 12 North Second street, 9t. Louit.
Mty r, i3i-('i"J
Daguerreotypes ! Daguerreotypes ! !
V. P. PITTS,
Resident Dagurrean Artist, would imply re
mind the citizens of Hannibal and surround
ine country that he is still tukine picture at his
Gallery on Main atreet, over Wtllson' hardware
tore, and would inform them, that from recent
additions to hi stock, and his increased f acilities,
he is now prepared to tuke pictures In a style
fur tuperior to any heretofore taken in thi city,
and at reduced prices. Cull and examine.
1853. SAMUEL STILLWELL, 1553
No. 53 Olive-st., bet. Second Si. Third,
St. Louit, Mo.
Pure Alcohol and Pare Spirits of anj
proof required. Also Spirit Gas, Phosgene Gaa,
Chemical oil and camphene, warranted of a superior
quality, and for sale on reasonable terms.
Prepared from Rennet. ar Ibtfmrlh ttemaeb ef tstax, trV
ircttptia nf Baron Lit-l-ie.t!i treat riixtinlugteal fclifuint
J. r'. H-mthtoii, M l , ri'a elphia Pm.
l ilKiF.ST.' Ptirh ia the irne mi aiiinf !' tht wnrd rtpum.
It talhe rlnaf elemeni, ur crrni diLNfUnt priiif ip. nr lhr GAtlric
Juira the eniv-nl ol Hie Innd. ;e pi,n1int. prewrvinj. and
atimui'llng a;i-Ht cif the atuuf li and latevtlnra. It It eilrarn d
' irtim Hie dic,tire altmiaeh ul tlie rx. Ihu Inrmtns a irue di
; eetive fluid. (rtrt-etiely like ihe nsiurnl Gnttric Jaica in l-t
I caennral puaj-vra, and iuruutnng t com-ilete t:id partecl tubeit
: luia lor 11.
I T1 ia Natnrea n a rem-dv fnr an nnheatihr -nnmarli. Kn
an er man can equal it curative power. It rumaina no alen
nt, hluera, arid, nr linueefiua drua II la rxtremeiy at'eeahle
10 tbe latte, and niny he inki-n hy lite moat ftt-t-le i.in, nla whn
eannnf eat a wnter rrarher -aittinul the moat a--jte diitreaa
Ilewar nf riruircd imiiHtinn. r Kiin it net a t'rti
Hnif a teaMMiiifii!l P-i'in iiiind in -aaler. will dirett or
dieauive live pouuija orroat ki-vt in eiul itu Jipura,uut of ike
tf The tVlentitia i-vidrnre nn-n which ihia remedy la btaed
a in the hitieat denrt-e enriftiti and remarkalile.
COTI on liieacent and get a dL-arripltvr clrrntar, eratlt. eivtni; 1
a larte anieuni of ariennhc evtdeure. from J.i-br'e Anm.al
ClM-nnlry; lr. ComSe'e Phinley nf. Ilicf-eiif-a; Dr. Peitira
011 Fond and Diet Ir. John W Ilraper nt New York t'nivar
ily: t'rof Uunslianu't I'byaiolnev ; P of Hilliman, of Vata
Collete; lr. Carpenur'a I'hvaioiocy; c . log.llier with rapont
of CUiet from all nurta nf the I'-m-d Mai-.
Hepullt In iii.ii Howrtar.
Dr. Hnnrhti-n a Pnt.lv i i". : . 1! 11 i'owdrr aad In F -l it
Foni .ind In I'rrfcriptten ii-. s r' :t '.- : ft y. ? ..r.. Tr.a
. powdi-r wnl ke arm l-y 11. ail, lu- ul postage, iur ene doiiaif
. 1 1. 1 r ... ti . . 1 1 . .
win in i'i. ii'iiiFniitn, iuiEi;rii'ia.
ST on-SKkV t THIS I vary bmtlt nf ihe ennln Tepaia
bear Itie wrilien aifnalme nf J 8. Houshlnn, M II., tolvprn
pneiitr, Philadelphia, Pa. Cnpy-hetil and Trade Mark aecured.
Hold hr all druetiataaod dealer la aicdicinta. Price, O.N-K
DOLLAR, iei boiile.
Look oat for the Old Lumber Yard.
WELL seasoned Pine Lumber suitable for all build
ing purposes, can all times be had at the Old
Hannibal Lumber Yard, which has been established 8
years. Tbe proprietor deems it unnecessary to puffhis
Lumber to make it sell, or to tay a.iy thing about ex.
perienc in the business except to those who never pur
chased fiom him. He would remark that an experience
of eight years in the business gives the decided advan
tage over any other who never had rjr-prrirtace his
Lumber has tMti purchased for cash and selected with
great care, from the best mills in the Pinery. Me
chanics and others wishing to purchase Lumber would
find it to their advantage to call and examine the stock
of Lumber and Shingles at the Old Lumber Yard be.
fore purchasing elsewhere. If you cannot get it for a
lesa price, I will guarantee you can get it as low and a
better article for the same money. Also, Lumber, Shin
gles and wnidow sash.
XO Don't forget the Uig Sign on the weV side (
Third, between bird and Hill streets. Look 11 1 for the
Sign or THOS. S. Ml.iER'S
feb26tf LUMPER YARD.
1S33. Its 53
KEW I'lANO MUSIC.
JUST Received at the Hew Book Store, by D. K.
Just Published. New Songs ;
" " Walties;
Quadrilles, fulkas. jvMwtf
Fiank Freeman's Barber Shop, by R. B. Hall ;
Reveries of a Batchelor, b E. Man-el
fctrav Yankee in Texas, by Paxten
Cap'Sheef, by Myile.
If For sale at the New Book Store bv
jj Hwtf D. K, CARMAN,
WEBSTER, MARSH & CO.,
Wholesale tlolliieri., 1
No. St, Main Street 81. Laaia, Mo.,
ARB now reerliinr a larte ttnrk nf Paahlnnable Cln
tlttus! for ih 8prin Trade, which we oner tnaellfor
Cah, or on time, aa low a any houaa in ihia city. We Inviie
purchasers tn call and eiamina our atack at we art deteriaiued
nnt 10 be underaald.
Larfa aiwrtineniof Bra' Clothing, and of FarnlaB;
In gi (ifMMta, alwaytoa band.
mchlo-wSa. WEBSTER, MARPH CO.
ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK,
U. S. MIL STEAMERS.
DIE VERNON. Rulus
Qat l,A M..I..
Si KATE KEARNEY. JjjZ&jt
Dan Able AUs'er.
JEAXMK DEANS. J. Frown, Master.
On of the above Splendid Steamers leave the Keo
kuc Wharf Boat, foot of Locust Street, St. LeuU, eve
ry evening at 4 o'clock, Sunday Excepted.
They will leave Hannibal in the following order j
The Die Vernon will i hp every Tuesday and Fri
rtaa- Mnminir. at 10 o'clock, itoun Weituesdav aad
Saiurdays, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Kate Kearney
will pa-s up on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'
clock. A. M-, down Thursday t and Sundays, at 10 A.
M. The Jeannie Deans wilt pas up on Thursday
and Sundays, at 10 o'clock, dowa on Friday audi
Mondays, at 10 A. M.
t3" It will be observed by the above arrangement, no
Packets pa up on Monday or down on Tuetday.
For Freight or Passage having auperior accommoda
itons. Enquire on board or of
(apl 6-5a-tO MILLER fc POAGE, Agent.
Attorney at Law,
HAVING located at HANNIBAL, Missouri, Witt
practice in the court of the counties of Marina,
Rlls Pike, Montgomery, Warren, Lincoln, and fal.
aCarles. . ,
hOmc in CoUin Kew Building, crner ! Mam ana
2-MJ Bird 8t.