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HANNIBAL, MO.: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1853.
HEALTH FOR THE STATES!!
BXTRAOnniNARY CURF. OF LOSS OF HEALTH,
DISOKOKHKl) STOMACH. INDIGKSTION AND
1) K.T E R M 1 N AT 10 N OF BLOOD IOIHKHEAD.
Con of a Utter from Nr. Joh lhid,of Erw-xn,tr
T Profmor Holipwavi
Bib I avail myself of th first opportunity of inform,
ing you, that for a very lone period I was afflictedwith
a dangerous giJdineis and TiequeM swimmings in the
J bead, attended by lost of appetite, disordered stomach.
T and generally impaired health: Kvery means had
failed to give mi any permanent reliaf,nd at length 1
became ao alarming that I was really afraid of going
about wiihout an attendant. In this melancholy con
1ition I waited personslly upon Mr Hnrties, Chemist,
Harlech, for th purpose of consulting him as to what
I had better do be kindly leeommcnded your Pills, I
tried them without delay, and after taking them for a
abort time I am happy to bear testimony to their won
ierl'ul efficacy. I am now restoied to ptifect health,
and enabled to resume my ual duties. You are at
liberty to publish this letter in any way you may think
proper. I am, Sir, your obedient Servant,
Junefith.tRiS. (Signed) JOHN LLOYD.
MIRACULOUS CURE OF DROPSY.
Dka Si 1 deem it a duty I owe to you and the
public at large, to inform you of a most miraculous re
cavery from that dreadful distaae, Daorsv, and which,
stnder God. was effected by your invaluable Pills. I
was tapped five timet within eight months, and sLil
1ally treated by two medical pract it loneis, but could
bM pet cured, until I bad recourse to your remedy, and
notwithstanding all I had undergone', this miraculous
medic me cured me in the course of six weeks.
(Sifned) EDWARD ROWLEY.
INFALLIBLE CURE OF A STOMACH COM.
TLAlhT, WITH INDIGESTION AND VIOLENT
Extract rf Irttir from Mr. S. Gotw, Vil, of
n . J..J i t. it. i.o&a
caion, mar muioi, aaua jmiy inn, ioji.
To Professor Ht town
Daaa Si a I am requested by a Lady named Thorn,
as, just arrived Iron Hie West Indies, to acquaint you
that lor a period of eight years, hetselftfnd lamily aul
fered from contiuual bad health, arising from disorders
of the liver and stomach. Indigestion, Loss of Appetite,
violent Head-aches, pains in the side, weakness and
general debility, for which she consulted the most em
inent men in the colonv. but without any beneficial-re
tult; at last the had recourse to your uivaiuaoie ruts,
f Which in a verr short time effected ao great a change
for the better, that ska continued them, ai.d the whole
family were restored to health and atrengtb. Further,
ho desires me to sar, that aha has witnessed their ex
traordinary virtues in those complaints incidental to
children, partirulail in eases of Measles and Scarlati
na, having effected positive cures of these diseases with
. other. emedy. (Signed) S. GOWEN.
Thut otltbrattd Pill' art vxnderflty tfficatimu
Extract of a IUer from Edward Rowley, Etq.,ofJndia
Walk, ToUfO, daltd Jpril 8(4, 18S.
To Professor HoixowaY!
' fatlmainr eomnleinJj.
Stone and Gravel Bilious Corn
Liver Complaints plaint
Blotche on tie Female Irregular
j3v . r ,
P. T. BARNUM'S
Fevers of all kinds Piles
Worms of all
Rheumatism Venereal A flee
Gout Retention of U-
Weakness, from rine
whatever causa Consumption
Scrofula or King' Debility
.V1I KC. OLC,
Sold at th establishment of Profeasor HotiowAV,
244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) Londou, and by all
vendor of Medicine throughout the United State, in
boxes at 374c, 87c, and $1.50c. each. Wholesale by
.h principal Dmg Ihouse in the TJniou, and ' by
'Mesera. A. B. D. Samds, New York
tJ-Tbeie is a considerable saviug by taking the
larger aiiea. .....
J, B. Direction for the guidance orpatiaota in ava-
7 ry disorder are affixed to each box.
II AY DEN & WILSON,
IMPORTERS AND MANUrACTUMRB OF
Saddlery aid Coach Hardware,
Carriage) Trimmings, &o.
N.11, Nortit Mala St. Laia.
DAVID DEAN, ,
n r aNrTT aPTTTRER and dealar In Italian and
iVl American Marble. He be now on band a larpr
atsortment.'and will furnish on tb uorteat notice,
Marble Mantel Pteceti
Vina Parlor and Chamber Grateti .
Counter and Wuh btaoda: v - i'
Garde Vaae, .,,''
And everyolher deecription of MABBLE' WORK
at lowprice. CT Call at bi Marble Ywd oppoeite
Tlie America Museum and Menagerie will Exhibit at
PALMYRA, Monday, September lath i TROY, Fiiday,
HANNIBAL, TUESDAY, 13th: ST. CHARLES. Satui,Uv.
NEW LONDON, Wednesday, 14tb t ST. LOUIS, Monday, St-pt. 19th, COth and 'Jl.t.
BOWLING GREEN, Thursday, 13th: ' 1
Price of Admission 50 Cents, Children nndcr 9 years of age 25 Cents.
To th whole of this immense Establishment, including General Tom Thumb, the entiie collretioa of
Wild Animate, Wax Statuary, Mr. Pierce'a performances in the Den, the Baby Kir pliant, Mr. Nell' pei
loimancet, tuc., no extra charge under any pretense whatever, let the reports be what tln-y may.
U Door open from I l-X to 4, aud from list o'clock, P. M.
The largest Traveling EXHIBITION in the World, being a combination of all the most popular aud un
exceptionable amusement of the ace: enlarged and improved tor the aon of IJ3.
A TEAM OF TEN ELEPHANTS
Will draw th gteat Car of Juggernaut.
A Baby Elephant,
Only on year old, a,ul about 3 US feet high, will carry upon kia back around the interior of the immense
Pavilliou, the Lilliputian GENERAL TOM THUMB. The magnificent fort age comprises 1 10 Horse and
00 men. The Pavillion of Exhibition has been enlarged until it in capable of accommodating 15,000 spec
tatora at once. Th collection of living Wild Animal include the most splcudid speciweu ever exhibited
in America, imouc many oiners win oe louna
KIUIIV BEAUTIFUL LltWS
Fresh from their native Forest. A Monster White Polar Biar,of prodigious site and ferocity, A Magnifi
cent Royal Tiger: the largest one ever captured alive. A Pair of Young Lions ; onlv six months old. An
Infantile Ca.nrl; only six months of age. the first ever born in America &c, fee. Tko drove of Elephants
were captured in the June es of Central Ceylon, by Messrs. S. B. June and Geo. Nutter, assisted by ) Na
lives, after a pursuit of three month and foutdaya in the Jungles. They were finally entrapped and secured
in an Indian Kraal or Tiapof cuormeu dimension and prodigious strength, where they wer subdued. The
Calf Elephant accompanies its Dam, and was weaned ou it passage fmia India.
P. T. BARNUIH,
Proprietor of th American Museum, New York, has the honor to announce, that encouraged by the brilliant
success which bas attended alibis vaiious efforts forth amusement of the public, he has b.en led to form th
project of oiganizing a vast traveling
MUSEUM OF WONDEKS,
Which comprises a grea'er variety of Attraction, and more extraordinary Novelties, than any traveling ex
hibition in the world. Every feature of this Mammoth Establishment is of a peculiar and interesting na
ture, and the whole i produced upon a gigantic scale of magnitude. The traveling paraphernalia of the A
merican Museum, as it eater each town, is produced by th gorgeous CP CAR OF JUGGERNAUT! 4i
Drawn by Ten Elephants, superbly caparisoned, being an accuiate model of that terrible engine of idolatrous
saciab.ee, finished and decorated iu all the extravagances of the Hindoo style. Following thi soustar vehicle,
is a long procession of costly Cages aud Carriages, the whole forming a spectacle of more than Otiental splen
dor. The Exhibition w ill take place wilhiu a magnificent Variegated Pavillion, composed of American Fai
of water-preof fabric. Th real, genuine, original
General Tom Thumb
I attached to this Exhibition, and will appear in all hit performance as giveu before the principal clowned
bead of Europe, including Songs, Dances, Grecian Statute and his admired personation of Napoleon and
Fiederick the Great. Th little General is twenty-one years of age, weighs only tilleeu pounds, and is but
twenty-eight inches high. Also engaged
31 r. Nell
Th man without arms, who will execute bis extraordinary feat of loading and firing a pistol with hit toes
cutting profile likenesses j shooting at a mark with a bow and arrow ) playing upon th Arcoideon aud Vio.
lincello,etc. Mr. Nellie, in these performance, exhibit a wonderful example ol what indomitable euercy
and industry can accomplish, eveu when laboring andcr disadvaatages apparently the mot iiuurmouutablo.
A complete Menagerie of
Living Wild Animals,
b also included in tbe American Museum, and at a convenient period duriS lb Exhibition
Will enter tb Den of tb Wild Beasts, and give bis classical illustrations of Hercules struggling with th
portion of th exhibition i formed by the display af a great collection of
V A A 1 A I V A K J ,
Including figure of the six of life, of all the Presidents of th United Stale, and also of a great number
of th noted character, American and Foreign, all of which are accural likenesses, and appropriately cos
tumed. In fact, the whole Establishment is a vast repository of
WONDERFUL OBJECTS OF NATURE AND ART,
Th full particulars of which it would be impossible to give within th limit of a newspaper advert uemeiit.
aad whacn baa keen brought together at an enormous expenditure of mean, forming the largest aud most novel
traveling Exhibition in Ibia or any other country.
- A fin Military Band will per lorm tb most popular airs of tb day, a the procession enter town, and also
duriug th hour of Exhibition. (augltfdJiwtd)
. . Xi2W GROCERY, . j
1 T th old aland, the Baltimore Store, nearly
il. opposite the City Hotel, where may be found i
a too Mnorlinaal of rocrta of Am quality, e etwaa a laW
eheapeM. Aa4 wfeaatnry cae he bad, butter, eer !",'
bacoa. a.e, sue all efwbleb ik kigUoM Mrt sKla e4
win be hM. an4 aotd aa kwr at aa ikrr buwn la Uw tUf
I (apeeueMy eafe y Meiuki and lb pablle aarally as ail,
aaai m ax aoe pofUHMaa anawtm.
-.jyMDst JOHN B. JAMES.
nutut om raw aaai ara atraaay I or taaw paipow,;
X for siMueunic over et : , ,
J) UM-damlia ABDEKSON.
COMPOl'XD FLUID FM1CT OF
Beech Drop, er Cancer Koot,
of tb eUKa wa ao vwleal tluu ere VpaiiW of lt bat
urn hKmM lira kaef kr fort. 8 " am a
lira baa i altar am; tar tapa, " lak! baeiaaa
of flt raMoaa, aa4 a (teal oatltf ef Bana
arllla, aoaa airwtr Jaaw Wrtwct to w. M waa mt-
haaat or tb lanw ol ma ajuam at umm in
It. anaanta bt astaa am all btaM i aa bat ba4,aa
barnbla aa tbaaaibt, waaaaoadiit ak Bb wanta awar. I
aad bauaa with a kaaiiby laaul , aad.kaa aot ha tbe bai
lataja ol bat diaaaae (uue.
Down Go the Prices!
AT THE .
One Priee Store.
ON BIRD. UKTWI'.r.N MAIN ANP
PHK c'I'Hm'IHKKK returns Ins aim-ete thank ji
A. Ihf eilivi'iis ot' llannihal end vinnity, rairirv.
lory to tht Aa.ti. lor their liberal peti.Hiage, no' ho
hoes to merit a continuation of the ai.i,.
The proprietor will rmidiirt hi tiiiii Ln the j.in-.e
itati and principles that like i.ihlnliun hU in Kcw
York and Boston ar, now roihlm icl. He will adhere
stcictly to the -tlXF. riJH'K SVS1L.M." KAerv
.wtiele will be markel at the v"V l.t)Vt'st 'nsli
Price,'' and no variation will bo ma le, unlets for
ilumnire. No miiirepreyrntatinns r iind'! urging w ill
bealloueil. It is inv Ovtrmunntion lo do a rtrarcht.
totward aud honorutile buiuus, aud Ireai trom the
tricks so common to the trade, and to nuke my estab
lishment an attractive and desirable resort to purchas
er, for atiythir.g under the nam of Dry Uoods.
No pains will be paivd in piucmiiij lor my custom,
ers trihoet rfrue, such article! which aie dot to be
funtid in this market.
Hnvirig only Irvm the lmfor.Vrs,and the l'..t Whole
sale Homes in St. Louis. M M-lrrtioiiH r" niadn
with great care, a ir Eltg f Male and tearoftiiify.
I will be in receipt of eo.t i-rA.' mi lore as navi.-a
tion remains open. Which will enable me at all titm
to have a eoinplete asuottiaent cn hand, tor the tnspec
tion of those wishing to punha.e fancy, Vanctj.aal
My atiMrk consists, in part, as follow:
Merrim.iek, Tochoco, riiillin Allen's Hamillon's
Lobe, J. inmllN. American, apr.igiirt, GloSe, Moji
.liester, M.ivhelo. I'rvilenre. and Blooro.lale. aH of
which .ire'Keiiowueu' for 1-Xof.tnre of Stvle. j,f
libr and duiablr, prices ranj.iiij irom to 13.
SO ps. from therrlrhialed I.M'tntv of ll.titnunn. lrt'A
3): Jancv Kaabionablu tJilieharu Ijiwn. 3.r: Paint
Fashionable Styles 2i,23c, 2Sc, and 33c. rot supei.
Most brautitul patterns and tj luoinhle. slvlf.s, 33c,
Sac.43: Sattin, slnpeil both ways, plain, pink,
blue and black, -10c; lancy siIk tiism-j, 30c. black, do
.f.7 ir,x Ma nits.
1'inK, green, bliK', black and inotlc, iC'C
Black, at $1.10. fl.15. $!: watrtrd. at $I.S!:
fancy fiuied, at tl?c $1, $l.ia Jrl.i;.. aixl J..'."J. Hoi
enee silks, all coloi j, iu;luii., a' l;';. fi j-c; Swiss
muslin. Victory lawn, Jjcouet, Bji.I imi-lin, Kmbroi-
ervt Swi.v. Capnet.one piece sui'iliue; White Demi-
y: French working cotton, linen tlojs.
Taper romtuics, til colors: lush linen: pillwracdn
Tviissia linen sherting. 9-1, iOe: bleai lied itl-eiinj;
10-4 and I J 4: Table liaper, Bleached Miislni!,.
Brown Mieeli'ii;, 4-4(iSe: Suiwiliue 4-4 Ticking, .'!. .
(.'oo'l 7-, at IV: Collcna.les and Denims lor Chil
Uren's wear, at lielriSc: 4-4 Maya Linen.
A complete aotisciil of
H.isirry inl Glns.
Frenrh Embroidered Collars, Umlersleevea, and L.
C. llaiidorcheils: Linen llandkcreheils, at 12c to 40c:
Kinhroidered do, $10: Silk Veils, at $I,M; Common,
Hair oni Toolh Brushes.
A variety of Combs: Pvff Press Buttons, I'earl Ho.
Agat White and Colored, 3 do en lor b rtsi Cot'oo
Lace and tvlging; Lisle and thread Edcing: twin and
Jackonet Edging and Inserting, from 16c to 40c: Ivory
IVrfoiatera, at be.
A large, assortmct ol 6Uk rarasola, f-tc to f I:
Laksl Styles of Bonnet and Cap Ktbbons.
Always on band acomnUM Slocx oi Zephyr Wor.
ted, at 1 rent per Stein, Working Canvass: Perforated
paper, at 50c per &eet.
iilt Note Paper, Fancy and Blue Letter do: Fools
Cap: Fancy F.ovelopes-. Plain, Whit and BuoT do:
Steel Penai Ivory Pen HoVlers: Copt lUort, at 6e and
10c: Slates,at 7ie. and 15c: Slate Pencils. . , .
Elark and Rl hh.
Haadsoa satia striped u aimer Vesta, at f5 ta $1;
a ama Lot of silk ticuted Winter Vesta, will becloicd,
out at 7ic, wwrth $1-V
Ladies' Missee and ChUdrea
Shoe and Ktxiters.
Fro sa the awiat eonunon to tbe neat tidy, the Lata
Styles: Iiilant Sett Morocco; Youth's, Boy aad
Men1 Cilf Brogan.
A libetal ducount snadc to those aying to a again
Tb citiseua ot Hannibal, and Marioit aud th ad
joining coU)tie,ar respectfully solicited to ast exam
tnation of my atock on visiting th city. . 1 Batter aay
srlf That tb style, elegance, durability and price ef
ID C"a win saeer tb anneatiaiioa oi
tr REMEMBER THt FLAI
ar.-2i da.wly S N. M001UE
I FLAG SIGN, Bird trt
be Brad y House, tlanaibal. Mo, -