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HANNIBAL, MO.: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1853.
HEALTH FOR THE STATES!!
Vl i '
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS. 1
SXTRAORDINARY CURE OF LOSS OF HEALTH.
DISOKPKRKI) STOMACH. INDICATION AD
DETERMINATION OF BLOOD 10 I HI". HEAD. ;
Copy if a UUcr ft am Mr. John Lloyd, of Erw- wen, iuu r
To Professor Hollpwav: '
Sia1 avail myself of the first opportunity nf inform- :
ingyou. iliut (or very long peiiod I was nfllirledwith
a dangerous giddine, and lieipient swimming in the
head, at 1c i di 1 by los of appetite, disordered loi".n h.
and generally impaired health: Eveiy menns hau
failed (o give me any permanent relief, and at length 1 .
became to alarming that ( was rcaHy afi aid of gmng
about wi hoat an attendant. In this melancholy con
dition I wailed peisotmlly upon Mr Hushe. Chemist,
Ifar'cch, lor th purpose of consulting h'in as to what
I had heller do he kindly lecnmmended your Pill, I
tti-d them williout delay, and after takins;' them fur a
alio t tiu.e I am happy to bear testimony to their uoi;- j
drrlul efficacy, I am now restoied to peifect health,
and enabled 10 resume my usunl duties. You are at
liberty to publish tnis letter in any way you may think
proper. I am. Sir. vour obedient Servant,
Juue'h,1RM!. (Signed) JOH.V LLOYD.
MIRACULOUS I'UKK OF DROPSY.
PrA Sir 1 deem it a duty 1 owe to yci and the :
public at laige, to inform you of a most miraculous re- ,
covery from that dreadful ilistase. DaorsY, and winch. j
under God, w as effected by yonr invaluable Hills. 1
wai tapped five times within eitiht rr.onlhs, and skil
( H 1 1 y treated by two medical praclitioneis, but could i
mt get cured, until I had recourse to your remedy, and
notwithstanding all I had undergone, this miraculous :
medicine cured me in the course of six week.
(Se ed) EDWARD ROWLEY. I
INFALLIBLE CIRE OF A SToMACH COM- j
PLAluT, WITH INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT;
HE AD-A CUES. I
Eztrod rf a Ittltr from nr. S. Goun, Chrmiit, of '
Clifton, Mar Brulol, dated July MIA, 1Sj2.
To Protestor Hol low v: I
Dka Sir I am requested by a Lady named Thorn-
as. just arrived from the West Indies, to acquaint you '
that fur a period of eight years. Iieiself and lamily ul-
fcre.1 from continual bad health, arising from dividers i
of the liver and stomach. Indigestion, Lossol Appetite, '
violent Head-aches, pains in the side, weakness umi ,
general debility, for which the consulted the most em
inent men in the cotony.but without any beneficial ie- i
ult; at last she had recourse to your invaluable Fills,
whuh mi a verj short time effected so great a c lunge
for the better, that she continued them, ami the whole
family were restoie I to health and strength. Fuilber,
ho desire me to sav, that she has witnessed their ex- .
traordinary virtues in those complaints incidental to !
children, particularly in cases of Measlrsand Scarlali- I
it, having effected positive cures ol these diseases with !
no other emedy. (Signed) S. UOWEN.
Thut ctlebraUd Pilli are womltrfnlly efficacious IB the
Extract of a Ixtlerfron Etlirard Roulcy, Jbq., of India
'Walk, Tubagt, dated Jprit Hth, I8JJ.
To Professor Hoi.lowav: I
Ague Dropsy Inflammation
Sore Throats Asthma Dysentery
Jaundice Stone ai d Gravel Bilious Com-
Ervsioelas Liver Complaints plaints
Secondary Synp- Blolclina on the Feuiale Irregular
Lumbago Tic Douloureux
Fevers of all kiaJs Piles
Rheumatism Venereal Aflec
-Gout Retention of U-
Weakness, from rine
whatever cause Consumption
Scrofula or King'' Debility
Kvil R.C ex.
Sold at the establishment of Professor Hoi.iowav,
244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London, and by all
vendors of Medicines throughout the United States, in
boxes at S74c, 87c, and J1.50c. each. Wholesale by
the principal Drng 'houses in the Union, and by
Messrs. A. B. t D. Sands, New York
U"Tbeie is a considerable saving by taking the
i. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in eve
ry disorder are affixed to aaeh box.
LANDS XEJR HJXN1BJL,
JIIAVE several pieces of land detached from my
faitn by the Plank and Rail Road, which I will sell
an lots, from one to forty acres. One forty acre lot
three miles from Hannibal, on the Plank Road leading
from Hannibal to New London, having on it a very line
tpring, a rviulet of pure running stock water, nud one
i- ii.- .t heiiiiiiil ami'dine- snots in the State.
I will also sell five snares of Stock in tee Hamiibiil,
Rails County and Pans Plank Road.
For rent, a large Stora House on the Levy, three
Stories b eb. Also, several Lots for lease.
Ju2f,lS53-4w) THOS. McDANNOLD.
' H AYDEN fc WILSON,
IMFeRTERS AND M ANUFACTUB.ERS OF
Saddlery and Coach Hardware,
Carriage Trimmings, &e.
3r. 11, NoriU Mala si tree St. Louis.
FRESH FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS ! ! !
RICH AND BEAUTIFUL! !!
COLLINS & BREED,
MAIN STREET, HANNIBAL, MISSOURI,
Call the attention of purchasers generally to their carefully selected stork of freh and
Wliich we have just received. They refer particularly to their stock of
EMBROIDERIES Of real French work ; Collars.wilh and without points ; Under Sleeves ; ladies' Em
broidered llandkercheifs j Kriginaj and nertings j Transferring Rands, Chemisettes; Capes; also some
beautiful Soutncb Collars. U"Thi stock is one ol the mot complete ever brought to this city.
DRK:S GOODS Prints, (jinehams. Jaconets and Lawns; Bance de Laines. Tissues, plain and ficured
French Chintzes for children ; Surr.mer le laines, Alapaccas. Poplins, &c.
DKK.i-8 SILKS A selection of the most elegant fashionable styles, among which are the plain colored Poult
de Snics, so much in demand ; also a variety of RlacK SilKs. of all w idths and prices.
BONNETS AND RIBBONS A Superior Selection, and cheaper than the same styles were ever sold be
fore. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR Cassimeres, Linens, Dran D'Fte,V'tinr;.and Cottona ces,of the newest styles
also a fine a'soitment of Children's Goods, such as Cashmeie'irj, Tweed, &c.
STAPLES AND SUNDRIES Domestics, Checks, HicKory, Chambrays, Nankeens, Curtain Muslins,
Shawls, llandueicheifs, Cravats, Hosiery, Flannels, Swus and Jaconet Muslins, Irish Linen, Ladies' Skills,
Filet Mitts and Gloves. Parasols and Fans.
BOOTS AND SHOES We wish to call the attention of the Ladies to our stocK of Lad.'es Shoes,
Down Go the Prices!
have some of the finest and latest styles custom made. We have also an excellent stocic of Men's and Chil
dien's Shoes and Bo ts, from the finest to the coarsest.
HATS AND CATS Gents' fine SilK Hats, all prices and Spring Styles, Panama, Leghorn, Citiicns' and
Palm l-al Hats, Gents' mid Boys'.
QUEENS WARE AND GLASSWARE Of the newest Patterns and Styles.
CARPETS We have a lot of Inerain. three pi v, and star carpeting, which we will sell at St. Louis prices.
COUNTRV MERCHANTS AND MILLINERS Will find in this stock many styles not to be lound in
Wholesale Houses, and as they were all selected from the Importers, in the East, will be sold at such prices as
cannot fail toeive entire satisfaction. LfCall and examine the Goods before purchasing elsewhere even if
you do not buy, we will he pleaseJ to show them, ap-ll-d-ly COLLINS & BREED.
(Snrcrssors to Tf vis. Sons & (o.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
NO. 97, MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
W ll PpTrrMVX, Ll,e of ll" F,rm of Yritman PiMman & Co.
Having sold our Stock of Merchandize to Messrs. Pittman A: Brother, we take pleasure in recommending
them to our h if nds and the mercantile community, as gentlemen worthy vf coLlidence and patronage and
would be-speak for them a liberal share of the trade of our former custom. TEY1S, SONS & CO.
Saint Loi-is, June 1st, 1853.
We would respectfully call your attention to the above card and circular. In leaving the Commission
ItiiMre-s and ouain engaging in the DRY GOODS Tia.le. we trust we do so under very favorable auspi
ce , having a luri;e. Country acquaintance and a general knowledge of the trade of the West.
It i our intention to keep, at all times, a large and complr assoitineut of
Best Quality and Latest Styles,
And sell them as low as any other house, for Cash or upon the usual time, to prompt men.
We will have a resident buyer in the East, and thall be in constant leceipl ol fiesh supplies. All or
ders will receive prompt and caretul attention, and shall at all times be tilled with the most desirable
styles ol goods, ami at the lowest market price.
We hope the Irienrts and asquainlances of the former fiitn, as well as our own, will favor us with
a call, at the old stand, when visiuug this inaikel.
St. Louis. June 23, Sj3-tf riTTM.VN &. BROTHER.
One Priec Store.
ON BIRD, BETWEEN MAIN AND
THE SUBSCRIBER returns his sincere thanks to
the citizens of Hannibal and vicinitv. "Partiru.
; lary to the Ladit$ for Iheir liberal patronage, ant he
, hote to merit continuation of the same.
" " ntan ami nriitnnlP fhtal lib alltlaliM.... x
I " "-. - i;aiifiiIIIICIU9 IU HOW
ST.Lons and KEOKUK, 1S33.J Marble Emporium.
U. S. M ML STEAMER". I DWIIlliVvV.
DIE VEKSON.Kulus a --T -y T A X 1' F A CTl: U K R and dealer in Italian and
VyvTlLXp 1 1 American Marble. He has now on hand a Urge
assortment, ami win intnin on me saor;eai nonce,
M:i.-hlM al.intel Piece.,
Jl-.AMh Uf.A. J. i rown. . easier. , Fine Parlor and Chamber Grates;
One of the above Splendid Steamers leave the Keo- Counter and Wash Stands;
kiiK V half boat, foot ol Locust Street, St. Louis.eve- Harden Vases
the Bowels .
Worms of all
rv evenini at 4 o'clock, S.indav'i Excepted.
They will leave Hannibal in the following order:
The Die Vernon will pass up every Tuesday and Fri
day Morning, nt 10 o'clock, down Wednesdays and
Saiuidays, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Kate Kearney
will pass up on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'
clock. A. M. uown iiiursunia auu ouuu.iy?, m iv -a. ,
M. The .leanuie leans will pass up on Thursdays
and Sundays, at 10 o'clock, down on Fridays and
Mondays, at 10 A. M. j
KJ" It will beobserved by the above arrangement, no I
Packets pa- upon Monday or down on Tuesday.
For t reigl.t orra-sa;enaving supenor accommoaa
itons. Ktujuiie ou boaid or of
(apl-6'5i-tf) MILLER &. POAG E. Agents.
r. CHOCTK4U, J. J8. HAlOW. PM.IX VAU E.
CIIUITEAU, BARIUSOS I VALLL.
Commission Merchants and Proprietors of the St.
Louis Boiling Mill.
K NT) MANUFACTURERS OK IRON in all its
XX various shapes. Sheet Iron and Boiler Plate,
Nails and Spikes, fiom the ore of the Iron Mountain.
Ir-m Store No. 129 North Second street, St. Louis.
May 2-1, IHM. (dfcwtSm)
j7 LONG & B R O T 1 1 E R,
(SITESSORS TO U. LO.NO.)
Wholesale Candy House,
ON Hill street. Hannibal, Mo., (Opposite J. A.
Inslee &. Co.)
Where they keep constantly on hand a large assort
ment of CANDIES of their own Manufacture, and ol
.unerinr nualitv o anv made in the Western country.
They hope to retain the patronage of the Old Deal
ers in the Establishment, and also to make many new
P. S. All orders accompanied with a remittance,
will be punctually attended to.
(myiW) J. LONG fc BROTHER.
iork and Boston are now conducted. He will adhere
strictly to the "ONE PRICE SYSTEM." Every
.irtirle will be marked at the very "Lowest C ai.li
Price,' and no variation w ill be made, unless for
damage. No misrepresentations or undue urging will
beallowed. It is my .leteimination to do a straight
lorward and honorable business, and free from thu
tricks so common to the trade, and to make my estab
lishment an e (tractive and desirable resort to purchas
ers, for anything under the name f Dry Goods.
No pains will be spared in procuring for my custom
ers tt ilhcmt dclau, such articles which are nat to ha-
I found in this market.
I Buving only from the inporrcrs.and the best Whole
sale Houses in St. Louis. My selections are made
I with great care, as lo Elegance of Style and Juratiiify.
I will be in receipt of goods weekly so long as naviga
! tion remains open. Which will enable me at all times
J to have a complete assortment on hand, lor the inspec
I tion of those wishing to purchase Fancy, Variety, and
I Staple Dry Goods.
My stock consists, in part, as follows:
i Merrimack, Cocheco, Phillip Allen's, Hamilton's
Lobe,J. Dunnell's. American, Sprague, Globe, Man
:hester, Mayfiela, Providence, and filoomdale, all of
I which are 'Renowned for Eelegance of Style. ot
! Colors' and durable, prices ranging from 9c to 13.
I 30 ps. from the celebrated factory of Hartmiun, lOft
i 30: Fancy Fashionable Ginrjham Lawn. 35c: Pair.ie,.
Fashionable Styles 20c, 23c, 28c, and 33c: for super
fine. Silk Berages.
Most beautiful patterns and Ushi enable styles, 33c,
3.V. 43c: Sattin, striped both ways, 5"c: plain, pink,
blue and black, 40c: fancy sils tissues, SOc: black, do
.7 HW Dclamts.
Pink, green, blue, black and mode, ooc.
BUek, at $1.10. $1.15. $1.20: watered, at $1.80:
fancy figured, at !t7c $1, $1.10. $1.1 j. and $1.25: Flor
ence silks, all colors, Uenghams, a. 12Jcf.i.;8c: Swiss
muslin. Victory lawn, Jaconet, Bard muslin, Embroi
ered Swiss, Capnet. one piece superfine: While Demi
.7: French working cotton, linen (loss.
Taper rombrics, all colors: Irish linen: pillow rase do
Russia linen sheeting. 9-4, 70c: bleached sheetinc,
10-4 and 1J-4: Table Diaper, 8-4: Bleached Muslins:
Brown Sheeti-ig, 4-4'jc: Superfine 4-4 Ticking, '.'fir:
Good 1-h, at l!Sc: Cottonades and Denims t'01 Chil-
: Uren's wear, at 12c(i2Sc: 4-4 Blava lji.cn.
Alillinrrv and Dress iioods. J a complete assortment or
MUS. M. J. KIDD. I Jlomryand Gloves.
On Second Street, North of Hill Street, j French Embroidered Collars, Undersleeven, ami L.
IS now receiving and opening her SPRING STYLES , C. Handercheifs: Linen Handkercheifs, at 12e to 40c:
of GDODS, enabli:.g her to supply her customers' Embroidered do,$l,a0: Silk Veils, at $1,50: Common,
with all kinds of fau--y silK Bonnets, EmbroideieJ j at SOc:
Gimps, and Gimps of every description and sir.e. She Hair and Tooth Brushes.
will Ke.-pon hand a varietv'ot Spring Mantillas, of a new j A variety of Combs: Puff Dress Buttons, Pearl dj:
stvle. and Misses' and childivn's Basuucs. Also, a I Agate White and Colored. 3 dozen for S rim rnttnn
handsome assortment of Veils, Ribbons, and Flowers. Lace and Edging: Lisle aud thread Edging: Swiss and
Dresses made and patterns cut 10 oruer, in we laiesi jacnonei i-cging ana lnserUugs, irum 13c to 4oc: Ivorv
styles. Gloves, Linings, leathers, Ladies' Ruling j Perfoiatera, at 5c.
Hats, and everything else usually called lor 10 such au
While extending a general invitation to call; she
wishes the tact kept iu mind, that she is determined
there shall be no reasonable ground of complaint on
account of Prices. (mch-31-wy)
And every other description of M ALRLE WORK
at low-prices. 13 Call tit his Marble Yard opposite
he Hrad V House. Hannihrl. Mo.
Attorney at Law,
HAVING located at HANNIBAL, Missouri, will
practice in the courts of the counties of Marion,
Ralls Pike, Montgomery, Warren, Lincoln, and St.
O ffiee in Collins' New Building, corner of Main and
e2'&3 Bird Sis., O1
tttst. I JilTIK AF.WT. W. S. 8WYMMER.
General Newspaper and Advertising Agent, Comer of
Second and I hestaut streets, trover iu msi vmtr,;
St. Louis, Mo.
The Arrena Mill
XS now in full operation, and will buy all the Good
Wheat and Corn offered for sale at their Mill. W
keep on band the best article of .Superfine lamily
Flour lor sue, or we win excoangc r iuu. .01 n uru.
We will always sell at low or lower than Quincy
Flour ran be had of the same quality.
tf Call and examine for yourself.
A. S. ROBARDS & SON.
Hannibal, Juua 3, 1852-tf.
A large assort met ol Silsc Parasols, 85c to SI
Laissl Styles of Bonnet and Cap Ribbons.
Always on hand a complete Stocc oi Zephyr Won -ted,
at 1 cent per Skein, Working Canvass: Perforated
paper, at 20c pel Sheet.
Gilt Note Paper, Fancy and Blue Letter do: Fools
Cap: Fancy Envelopes: Plain. White and Buff do:
Steel Pens: Ivory Pen Holders: Copy Books, at 5c and
10c; Slates, at 7,c and I5c: Slata Pencils.
Black and Red Ink.
Handsome satin striped summer Vests, at RSc to $1:
a sua Lot of silk figured Winter Vests, will be closed
out at 7&c, worth $1,25.
Ladies1 Misses' and Children's
Shoes and Gaiters.
From (ha most common to the most tidy, the Latest
Styles'. Infant's Soft Morocco: Youth's. Boy's and
Men's Calf Brogans.
A libeial discount made to those bying to se again..
The citizeua ot Hannibal, and Marion and the ads
joining counties, are respectfully solicited to au exam
ination of my stock 00 visiting the city. I flatter my
self that the style, elegance, durability mod price of
the goods will meet the approbation of
OT REMEMBER THE FLAG SIGN. Bird street
apr-22-diwly S.M. MOOUE