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HANNIBAL, MO.: TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16, 1853.
HEALTH FOR THE STATES!!
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XXTRAORD1NARY CURE OF LOSS OK 1IKAI.TIT. 1
DISORDERED STOMACH, INDUCTION AM)
DETERMINATION OK ULOOD l'O THK HK.AI). j
Copy of a Idler from Mr. John Lluijd. of Erw-wtn, near
Harlech, McrionctlaUire !
To Profrssor Hoi-lpway:
Sir I avail mytolf of the first opportunity of inform
ing you, that lor i very long period I was afllictedwilh i
dangerous giddinei! ami I erii-nt swimming in the'
bead, attended by loss of appetite, disordered flomach. '
ami generally impaired health: Kvviy means had
titled to give me any nei inaiiciit relief, and at length I
tcime n alarming that I was really nfiaid of gong
bout without an attendant. In this melancholy con
dition I waited personally npr.n Mr Hughe, Chemist,
Harlech, for the purpose of consulting him as to what '
I had better dot tie kindly tecoinmended your Pill, I
liied them without delay, and alter lakintr tliein for a
short tune I am happy to bear testimony to their won- 1
derful ellirucy. I inn now restoied to petfect health,'
and enabled to resume my usual mines. ton are at
liberty to publish this letter in any way you may think
proper. I am, Sir, your obedient Servant,
June 6th, 18!2. (Signed) JOHN LLOYD. !
MIRACULOUS CUH E OK DROPSY, j
Dkar Sia I deem it a duty I owe to you and the 1
public at large, to inform you ol a, must miraculous re- I
coy.ry from that dreadful disease, Dmirsv, and which,
under God, was ellected by yoi.r invaluable Pill. I
was tapped live times within einht iroiitlis, and skil
fully treated by two medictl piaciilioneis, but could
ii"t get cured, until I had recourse to your remedy, and
. 4iotwtthtaiuliiig all 1 had undergone", this miraculous'
medicine cured me in the coure cl six week". I
(Sgned) EDWARD ROWLEY. !
INFALLIBLE CUKK. OK A STOMACH COM-i
PLAINT, WITH INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT 1
Exlrarl of a LctUr Ji um Mr. a'. Gotmi, Chemist, of I
Clifton, near ISiutvl, dated July llli,
To Professor IIollowv:
Die a a Sm I am reipi .sted by a Lady named Thom
as, just arrived Iron the West Indie.-, to acquaint you
that for a period of eight years. heiself and timily suf
fered from continual had health, ariaing from disoiders
of the liver and stomach, Indigestion, Lo.isol Appetite,
violent Head-aches, pains in the tide, weakness and
general debility, ior which she consulted the inot em
inent men in the colony, but without any beneficial re
sult; at last she had recourse to your invaluable Pill?,
, which in a varr short time eiiect.ui so great a mange
FRESH FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS ! ! !
RICH AND BEAUTIFUL! 1 1
COLL I NS & li Ji EJ1D,
MAIN STREET, HANNIBAL, MISSOURI,
Call the attention of purchasers tjonerally to their can-fully selected stork of fresh and
Which we have just received. They refer particularly to their stock of
EMBROIDERIES Of real French work : t'ollai. with and without points t Under Sleeves j ladies' Em-
I oroidcred llandkerchcifs j l'.dgiiurs and InMitings ; Transferring Hands, Chemisettes; Capes) also some
j beautiful Soutarh Collars. tJ This stock is one of the uiost complete ever brought to this city.
' DRESS GOODS Prints, Ginghams. Jaconets and Lawns; Ilarage iln Laines, Tissues, plain and figured
j French Chintzes fur childien ; Summer de Lames, Alapnccas. Poplins, &c.
DRESS SILKS A selection of the most elegant fashionable stylos, amung which are the plain colored Poult
i de Snies, so much in demand also a variety of RlacK SUks. of ull widths and prices.
I 1I0NNETS AND HI UBON'S A Superior Selection, and cheaper than the name styles were ever sold bc
i GENTLEMEN'S WEAR Cassimeres, Linens, Drap D'Ete, Vesting, and Cottons a-es,of the newest styles
' also a line a sontneiu ni iiiuiren-s tmntis, sucn as t asnineieues, l weeds, kc,
! STAPLES AND SUNDRIES Domestics, Checks, HicKory, Chaiuhrays, NaiiKeons, Curtain "V; i.1in!i.
ShuwN. HatidKcrdic it's, ( ravats, llo-e ry, Flannels, Swiisaiul Jaconet Muslins, Irish Linen, Ladies' SUuts,
Filet Mitts ami (ilove. Parasols and Fans.
HOOTS AM) SHOES We wish to call the attention of !hn Ladies to our stocif of Ladies Shoes. We
have some of the finest and latest styles custom made. We have also an excellent sIock of Men's and Clul-
lien's Shoes and Mods, Iroin the finest to the coarsest.
! HATS AND CAPS Gnts' line SiIk Hats, all prices and Pprin Styles, Panama, Leghorn, Citizens' and
Palm Leal Hals. Gouts' mid Boys'.
OUI'.ENSW ARE AND GLASSWARE Of the newest Patterns and Styles.
CARPETS We have n lot of Ingrain, three ply, and star rarprtiue, which we will sell at SI. Louis prices
C'L.s IKi ftU.iil Il. ls i.u lUILI.l.M.KS will bnd in tins stucu many siks nut to lie lonnd m
W'iD.' tali ll.niSHU, anil as lliey wereall selected lioin lue lintiorlers, in the r.ast. will be sold at such prices as
cannot fail tuci eutne satisfaction. t'Call ami examine the Goods before purchasing elsewhere even if
; you Jo not bu; . ve will be pleased to show them. apll--l-ly COLLINS & II HI '.ED,
(Snrrrssnrs to Tfvis, Sons & Co.)
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
NO. 97, MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO
E. F. riTTM AN,
W. H. P1TTMAN
. Late of the Finn of Yeatmnn, I'ittuiau Ac Co.
Having sold our Slock of Merchandize to Messrs. I'ittuiau &. lliuther, we lake pleasuie in recommending
them to our friends and the tueicantile coinmuiiity, as gentlemen worthy of culil dei.ee uiul putionagf and
would bespeak lor theui a liberal sliaie of thu trade of our loruier custom. TEV1S, SONS CO.
We would respectfully call your attention to the above card and circular
Business and strain engaging in the DRY GOODS Tiade. we trust uc ilo
ces, having a large Country acquuinlaiice and a general knowledge of the 1 1 i if the West.
targe ami compie ns oinntni oi
Saint Loirtti, June 1st. 1 SOU.
In leaving the Couimission
mi iinuei leiv lavriiahle auMil-
W the better, that she continued them, and the whole i ,y1" r B"li lo- ''k' Pr'-
r ' . ....i .i ii. i'....i.- . ILY We hone the IneniU and aauuaintaaces ot
It is our intentiun to ka. at all times
lie si Quality and Latest Stylos,
And sell them as low as any ether house, for Cash or upon the usual ti;:r-, tu prompt men.
We will haie a resident buyer ia the Fast, and shall be in constant leei ipt id licit supplies. All or
ders will receive prompt and catclul attaHtiou, and shall at all times be lilted with the most desirable
family were restoied to health and strength. Further,!
she deaires me to sav, that she kit witnessed tneir ex
traordinary virtues in those complaints incidental to
'Children, particularly in cases of Measlesand Scarlati
na, having effected positive cures ol these diseases with
tio other lemedy. (Signed) S. GOWEN.
Thtii altbruUd Pillt an wowitrfully tfficur.ioui tu tht
JCxtracl ofa Jttrr from Edward Ruwlcy, Esq., of India
Walk, Tubago, daud .fyril 8(1, IHoi.
To Professor Hoi.lowav:
ft We hope the liiemU and aaipiaintaaces of the former lirm, as well as our own, will favor us with
a call, at tne old stand, wnen visming tins uiaiuel.
St. Louis, June 53, 1Ko3 tf I1 PITMAN U BROTHER.
More Throat I
Stone and Gravel Bilious Corn
Liver Complaints plaints
Blotches on the Female Iiregular-
4Fever of all kinds Piles
Worms of all
Kheumalism Venereal AITee
' Gout Retention of U-
Weakness, from rine
whatever cause Consumption
Scrofula or King's Debility
vil axe. ic.
Sold atifhe establishment of Professor Hollowav,
244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London, and by all
vendoit of Medicines throughout the United Slates, in
boxesat 374c, 87c, and $1.5Dc. each. Wholesale by
the principal Drug (houses in the Union, and by
Messrs. A. B. fe D. Sands, New York
U-Tfaeie is a considerable saving by taking the
i larger ikes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in eve
ry disorder are afiixed to each box.
LANDS NEJ1R HANNIBAL,
T HAVE several pieces of land detached from my
.M farm by the Plank and Rail Road, which I will sell
in lots, from one to forty acres. One forty acre lot
. hr.mil.i from Hannibal, on the Plank Road leading
from Hannibal to New London, having on it a very fine
spring, a rviulet of pure running stock water, ana one
. r th most heautiful buildins snots in the Slate.
I will also sell five shares of Stock in tbe Hannibal,
r Ralls County and Paris Plank Hoad.
For rent, a large Store House on the Levy, three
stories high. Also, several Ixits for lease.
Juaeai,lS53-4w) THOS. McDANNOLD.
HAY DEN & WTL SON,
IMPORTERS AND M ANUFACTUBERS OP
! Saddlery and Coach Hardware,
Carriage Trimmings, &c.
No.ll, North Nalu Mieet St. Louis.
1853. ST. LOUIS AND KKOKUK, ISM.
U. S. MAIL STEAMERS.
x OB1 DIE VERNON, Uulus a
KAIE KEARNEl, ,2S2
Dan Able Master.
JEAN NIK DEANS. J. Brown, Master.
One of the above Splendid Steamers leave the Keo
kuK Wharf lloat, foot of Locust Street, St. Louis,evc
ly evening at 4 o'clock, Sundays Excepted.
They will leave Hannibal in the following order :
The Die Vernon will pass up every luesday and Fn-
day Morninir, at 10 o'clock, down Wednesdays and
Saturdays, ut 10 o'clock, A. M. The Kate Kearney
will pass up on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'
clock, A. M., down Thursdays and Sundays, at 10 A.
M. The Jeanuie Deans will pats up on Thursdays
and Sundays, at 10 o'clock, down on Fridays and
Mo inlays, at 10 A. M.
It" It will beob.-rved by the above arrangement, no
Packets pa's up on Monday or down on Tuesday.
For Freight or Passage having supeiior accommoda
tions. Enquire on board or of
(apl-6'5a-lf) MILLER t POAGE, Agents.
ANUFACTURER and dealer in Italian and
American Marble. He has now on hand a larire
assurtn --.it, and u ill furnish on the shortest notice,
Marble Man'i ' Pieces;
Fine PaM - " I C'mm'ier Grates;
Counter and Wash Mauds;
And every other description or MARBLE WORK
at lownrices. Cf" Call at his Marble Yard opposite
he Krad v House. Hannibal. Mo.
P. CnOUTIAlT, JP. JA?. HARRISON. FELIX VALLK.
I'lIOrTkUl', IMKRISIM 4 VALLE,
Commission Merchants and Proprietors of the St.
Louis Rolling Mill.
AND MANUFACTURERS OF IRON in all ilk
various shapes, Sheet Iron and Boiler Plate,
Nails and Spikes, from the ore of the Iron Mountain.
Iren Store No. 12'J North Second street, St. Louis.
May 24, 1853. (diiwem')
Millinery and Dress Goods.
MRS. M. J. KIDD,
On Second Street, North of Hill Street,
IS now receiving and opening her ttPKING STYLES
of (iOODS, enabling her to supply her customers
with all kinds of fancy silk Hnuuets, Embroidered
Gimps, and Gimps of eveiy description and size. She
will Keep on hand a variety oiSpiing M.ii,'..i.s.ot'anew
style, and Misses' and childien's lia-; cs. Also, a
handsome assortment of Veils, Ribboi.t and Flowers.
Dresses made and patterns cut to order, in the latest
styles. Gloves, Linings, Feathers, Ladies' Riding
Hats, and everything else usually called lor in such un
While extending a general invitation to call she
wishes the fact kept in mind, that she is determined
there shall be ko reasonable ground of complaint on
accouat ol Prices. (mch-Jl-wyi
J. LONG & BROTHER,
(SUCESSOHS TO 1). LONG.)
Wholesale Candy House,
ON Hill street. Hannibal, Mo., (Opposite J. A.
Inl A- Cn 1
Where they keep constantly on hand a large assort
ment of CANDIES ot their own manufacture, ana oi
superior quality to any made in the Western country.
rnev none to retain tne naironaiie oi mo wm icui
ers in the Establishment, and also to make many new
P. S. All orders accompanied with a remittance,
will be punctually attended to.
(mybW) J. LONG fc BR9THEK.
"Vpst. I.iiITIS A1JKXT. W. 8. SWYMMER.
General Newspaper and Advertising Agent, Corner of
Second and Chestuut Streets, (over Uie Post OUicc,)
bt. Louis, Mo.
Attorney at Law.
HAVING located at HANNIBAL, Missouri, will
practice in the courts of (he counties of Marion,
Kalis i ixe, Montgomery, warren, Lincoln, aim oi.
O Dice in Collins' New Building, corner of Main and
e2'S3J BirdSts., 'y-
The Arrena Mill
TS now in full operation, and will buy
I Wheat and Corn offered for sale at their Mill.
keep on hand the best article ot Siiperlme l'amily
Flour lor sale, or we win exenaug;- rioiir ior vneai.
VVe will always sell as low or lower than Quincy
Flour can be had of the saino quality.
fJT Cull and examine for vouiscli.
A. S. ROUAKDS &. SON.
11 amiiba1, June 3, lS-tf,
Down Go the Prices!
One Price Store.
ON BIRD. DETWEEN MATM a Mn
rpilE SUBSCRIBER returns his sincere thanks to
X the citizens of Hannibal and vicinity, "Farticu
lary to the JdicB," for their liberal patronage, an' he
hojies to merit a continuation ol the same.
The proprietor will conduct his business cn the same
plan and principles that like establishments in New
York and Boston are now conducted. He will adhere
strictly to the 'ONE PRICE SYSTEM." Every
article will be marked at the very Lowest ChnIi
Price," and no variation will be made, unless for
dainagP. No misrepresentation! or undue urging will
beallowed. It is my determination to do a Mraight
lorward and honorable business, and free from thu
tricks so common to the trade, and to make my estab
lislunent an sttructive and desirable resort to purchas
ers, lor anything under the name of Dry Goods.
No pains will be spared in procuring for my custom
ers isilnoiil May, such articles which are net to be
lonnd in this market.
Buying only from the Importers, and the best Whole
sale Humes in St. Louis. Mv selections are made
w ith great care, as to Elegance of Style and durability.
1 will be in receipt of goods weekly so long as navies
tion remains open. Which will enable me at all times
10 iibv e a complete assortment on hand, lor the inspec
tion ol those wishing to purchase Fancy, Variety, aad
Staple Dry Goods. "
My stock consists, in part, as follows:
Mcrrimark, Cocheco, Phillip Allen's, Hamillon's
Lnhe,.l. Dunneli's, American, Sprague, Globe, Mau-.-hester,
Mnvliclu, Providence, and Bloounlale. alt of
which are 'Renowned' for Eelegauce of Style. J-ai
tW.r' and duiable, prices ranging from 9c to 13.
30 ps. from the celebrated factory of Harlmann, lO
3d: l imey Fashionablu Giiigliam'Lawn, 35c: Painleu
Fashionable Styles 2Ue,23c, 2Sc, and 33c: for super
fine. Silk Bcrngrs.
Most beautiful patterns and fashionable styles, 33c,
3.1c. -13c: Sattin, uriped both ways, too plain, pink
blue and blacK, dOc: fancy mIk tissues, bOc: black, do'
.7 Wool Dclamet.
PiliK, green, blue, black and mode, 55c
Black, at $1.10. $1.15. $ 1 .20: watered, at $1 86
fancy tigurcd, ut U"c $1, $1.10. $1.13. and $1 25; Flor
ence silks, all colors, Genghan s. a' ISe'iv'Sc: Swiss
muslin. Victory lawn, Jaconet, Bard muslin, Einbroi-
eied Swis, Capnet.one piece suneifine: White Uemi-
y: French working cotton, linen noss.
Taper combrics, all colors: lush linen: pillow case da
Russia linen sheeting. 0-4, 70c: bleached sheeting
10-1 and l-J -I: Table Diaper, H-4: Bleached Muslins
Brown Sheeti-ig. 4-1.'ii'8Jc: Superfine 4-4 TicKing. 25c:
Good 7-8, at ISc: Coltonades and Denims for Cuil
Uren's wear, at I2c(28c: 4-4 Blays Linen.
A complete assortment of
Hosiery and Gloves.
French Embroidered Collars, Undersleeves, and L.
C. Haiide rcheils: Linen Handkercheifs, at 12c to 40c":
I'lnbroideied do, $1,50; Silk Viils,at$l,fjO: Common,
Hair and Tooth Brushes.
A variety or Combs: J'vff Dress Buttons, Pearl do:
Agate White and Colored, 3 doxen for s cts: Cot'on
laice and Edging: Lisle and thread Edging: Swiss and
Jackonet Edging and Inserting!, from 15c to 40c: Ivory
Perloiaters, ut 6c.
A large assort met ol SilK Parasols, 85e to $4:
Latest Styles of Bonnet and Cap Ribbons.
Always on hand a complete Slocu q Zephyr Wors
ted, at 1 cent per Snein, Working Canvass: Perforated
paper, at 20c per Sheet.
Gilt Note Paper, Fancy and Blue Letter doi Fools
Cap: Fancy Envelopes: Plain, While and Bug do:
Steel Pens: Ivory Pen Holders: Copy Books, at Sc and
10c: Slates, at 7Jc and 15c: Slate Pencils.
Black and Red Ink.
Handsome satin striped summer Vests, at PSe to $1'
a sma Lot of silk figured Winter Vests, will be closed
out at 75c, worth $1,25.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Shoes and Gaiters.
From the most common to the most tidy, the Latest
Styles: Infant's Soft Morocco: Youth's. Bov'a and
Men's Calf Brogans. '
A libeial discount made to those bying to se again..
The citizens ot Hannibal, and Marion and the ads
joining counties, aie respectfully solicited lo an exam,
inatiou of my stock on visiting tbe city. I flatter my
self that the style, elegance, durability and price of
the goods will meet the approbation of
tJ REMEMBER THE FLAG SIGN, Bird street
upi-22-d&wly .S.M. MOOEE