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HANNIBAL, MO.: FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1853.
NEVER FAILING REMEDY ! ! !
' . a' -I. N st . T
OOLlO WAY'S OINTMENT.
A. CRIPPLE SETS ASIDE HIS CRUTCHES AF-
TKR TEN YEARS SUFFKHIIVO.
Copy of Letter from Mr. Thompson. Clicinist, Liv-
erpool, dated August 2uth, 152,
T Professor Holiowav.
Dsab Sir I am enabled to funiih yon with a most
extraordinary cure effected by your invnluublo Oint
ment anil Piilsj which ha astonished every prrson
ainainted with tlies'illerer. About 10 years ago, Mr.
W. Cummins, of Sjltney Street, in tins town, una
brown from h horse, whereby he received very sen
us injuries he had the best medical advir at the
lime, and w afterwards an intmate of different in
djrmaries, vet be grew worw, and at last a m:tl m
ant running ulcer settled in hi hip, which
completely ciippled him, that he could ti'it move w'h
ut crutches for neatly ID year; t recently he began In
use your Ointment an I Pills, w'licli have now healed
the wound, strengthened I i Inn'), and enabled him to
dispense with his crotches, so that he can walk with
the neatest ease, md with renewed health anil vigour.
(8 ened) J. THOMPSON.
A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OK A
DREADFUL SKIN DISEASE WHKV ALL
MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED.
Copj of Letter from Mr. Hint, Draper, of Keady,
near Gainsbro', dated Match 1st, 1852.
To professor Hollow y,
8m -Son time since, one of my children was af
flicted with dreadful eruptions over the body and
limb. I obtained the advice of several eminent Sur
geons and Physicians, bv all of whom the case was
considered hopeless. At length I tried your Ointir.ent
ad Pills, and without exaggeration, the edVct wan mi
raculous, for by persvering in their ue, all the erup
tions quickly diaappeared, and the child was restored
to pert eel heath.
i nreviouslv lost a child from a similar comnlaint.
nd I lirmlv believe, had I in her case adopted your
medicines she would have been saved also. I shall be
happy to testify the truth of this to any enquirer.
(Signed) J. HIRD, Draper.
CERTAIN RKMEDYFORSCORBI. TIC HUMORS
AND AN ASTONISHING CCRI-: OF AN
OLD LADY SEVKNTY YF.ARS UF AGE
OF A BAD LEG.
Copy of Letter from Messrs. Walker and Co., Cliem-
r ists, Bath.
To Professor Holloway,
Dcab Si, Among the numerous cures effected by
the use st jour valuable medicines in the neighbor
hood we may mention that of an old lady living in
the Village of Preston, about five miles from this
City. She bad ulcerated wounds in her leg foi many
years, and latterly they increased to such an alarming
extebt as to defy all the usual remedies; her health
rapidly giv ing way under the suffering she endured. In
Ibis distressing condition she had recourse to your
Ointment and Pills, and by the assistance of her
friends, was enabled to persevere in their use, until she
received a perfect cure. We have ourselves been
greatly astonished at the effect upon so old a person,
sbe being above 70 years of age. U'e shall be happy
to satisfy any enquiries as to the authenticity of this
really wonderful case, either personally or by le.ie,.
A private in the Bath Police Force, also, has been
perfectly cured ot an old scoibutic ailed ion iu the
lace, after all other means had failed. He states that
it is entirely by the use of your Ointment, and speaks
' losjilly in it praise.
We remain, Dear Sir,
April 6:b, 185J. (Signed) WALKER, & CO.
TkePUla should be used conjointly w ith the Ointment
in most of tbe following eases ;
Bad Leg Cniegofoot Fistulas
Sad Breasts Chilblains Gout
Bums Chapped hands Glandularswelling
Bunioos Coins (Soft) Lumbago
.Site ef Mos- -Cancers Piles
cbctoes and Contracted and Rheumatism
Sand -Flic a Stiff Joints Scalds
Coco-bay Elephantiasis Sore .Nipples
Sort throats Skin-diseases Scurvy
Bore-heads . Tumours Ulcers
' Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway,
J44, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) london, and by all
Vendors of Medicines throughout tne (Juited States,
in Pols it 37Jc. 87c, and 1.50c. each. Wholesale
iky lbs principal Drug houses in the Union; by Messrs.
A. B. AD. Sands, New York. ....
rj-There is s considerable saving by taking tbe
larger sizes. .....
fj. J. Directions for the guidance of patients in
very disorder axe affixed to each Pot. (jel7wly
Wholesale Grocerics.(riulit clicap.)
on not.siir.Aus of prime suuak.
articles, hot wcwill.av, irw can not furnlh therijtbtsortof
eplelee, there Is not much cb.wo cf petting them of our
NIUli UL'OKj. O'unnjuktri material, wholesale and retail.
N. 11. Ihe. piwe.- and aceuraey ( our arms tc,ted by prac
tical exrTiinente to tho M'l-Ue i .n of tbe uorchasc-s.
No. 4 2 Mfiinitrot. St. Loin.-
C. II. Mti.I.UNC,
A. II. SICDANALD.
HOllACK '. DIMICK & CO.,
No. 42 Main street.
St. Louis. Mo.. OU IjO SACKS of TRIME RIO COFFEE,
IMroitTERi an 1 manufactures of duns, IWI.. Tlstoli of jnst arrived. T. U. SELMES.
tho various de-erlptiuns. Wo would rwpeoifiilly fay, that j , i " r '
wenavotliolarcsHand most irencral awrtment of Croarms IVIACIvERELi. KCW Crop,
apd their equipment that can l found In any housa in the PRIME ARTICLE.
Imiled FUtea. We do not think it reeo.ary to enuroerste , .. n ... .,,,'., ,.,,, i.'ntnBPte
nil D.inju,!. A.'U niL.1 jiauiii-o,
XUU just now arrived ami fur sale wholesale
(rii;ht cheap), by T. R. SELMES.
M A Y D KN"&"w I L S O N,"
IMroiU tliS AMI M A N L'F ACTt'RKn.S OF
.Saddlery ando Carli Hardware,
Catriago Trimmings, &c.
o.11, oi lli Irlniia Mreet t. I.oiiia.
The Shady Side.
DK. GARM A, ('onimi'reil Row, has just rc-
reived this inmt tolii;lluI little book, which is
bavins; such a remarkable sale. The many readeren
el S.iniiy Side," I cep at Nil. 5, Kcctor of St. Bar.
ilnlpln. Inc.. 4jc. must not f;iil to read the '"Shady
Side."' f or warm weather ef)"ciiillv, und as a book
lor traveling reading, nothing better can ke fo aid.
Not merely is it highly bewitching and entertaining ;
but "tine t life," and the reader may learn from its
. ?oni of uisdnui and profit. Well muy ii oe termed,
as it has been, a "gem of a bonk."
t'l.OUHS AND MJNSUI.NK, a now work by the
auMior of Musings of .in Invalid, Fun and Lamest,
Knnriesnf a Wluui!ical Alan, kc.
Kor .-aleby U. K. CARMAN",
jyi:idlf At the New Book Store.
C. JI. McCLUNG & Co.,
115 M iin street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Will have received by the I tf ''ntember, their stoei of
Fall and Winter,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods!!
It olH embrace a greater varit iv and hom.reeiincuunJin,
and svm-rat, than tbey have ever ( fT-.rfd in this inarktt.
Kcrjr aiticla the reiUreuitnu of tue re.uil trade demand;,
ean lw obtained from them.
It will he their entntant e.Tertun to so rnnil'iet their ln-1-nes,
as 'o make it the interest of the merchants tn deal with
tbem. Krerji artieie in their PK ek, Kill b setd an h.w rs it
eia bo obtained in Ibin nt j, i,x eelirered In ra N.-w Vrk 'r
Iiutnn. It i thtir d'.iro ti do t -ine-e with wpinsihto
aierchnt and in 'jc- a inanrrf, ihH. when oneeemmneneo I,
it i I continue. They know the ir tueeo- depoud" rolelv ep.
on tho fucei-js nf their eu tnnK-r", ami it will be tb. Ir ain m
make thoir inter'uurso with uierelmnts, mutually and roelp
roeally benifielnl. ihey nik fr: m mor-hnnt" whu vl'it b'.
Louis this fall, a thuruugh ezaiuinatieu ot their stock and
St. Louis, August 0, lSS-dAwSm
WM. It. M.lnTIN,
CIIA. G. MARTIN,
F ALL O F 1 S a 3.
This old and well eFtnblihrd heuse, of twenty years stand
ing, will have the larp'V and mit cuini li te anitment of
this fall ever bi'iui;ht t the S:. f.' ni ujarktt. We tl.ttcr
eursolvfs that wo are low Ibo most extomive Clothing Alanu
liwiurer in the
UNIT E I) S T A T E S ;
and with onr l ing experieDen in msnuf icluring f,.r ibis, and
ureiKn marKels, we leel saio in raying mat this tall will lar
eiirtafS any previous sen" n. Wo will hate every style of
CoA in ix 1 1 'archoiisc.
CLOTHING FoiTl'HR MILLION!
To Ihis important question tbeie is but one reply; it
comes from Ihe
Voice of the People,
Who have long tiied and found eminently worthy of
patronage, the i Id established firm "f
M'KMGHT, ENDERS & CO.,
Wholesale and Hetail Dealers in
WatA.Oy-MM.AD.3 HI J-J-JJiva
No. 66 Main street, St. Louis, Mo.,
Simmons' Block, Boston.
We hate now on liet.d a Imgc and splendid assort
ment of ?,1 K and BOYS' WKAHING APPAKKL,
inannlactiirrd under tl:edi:ert siincivi-ion of one nf the
cluths,veiin)wanlea?1iinorcs, b,.ih..(Eurnp.unand Am.-ri- ' Iliiriels ,0W resiilin" lor that pin pose ill the
ean uianutacturo and uiado Hp in the tort l.ttet f h'm ami , . r tirt,lni,
In roti-h lar(tr quantities n as to be enabled tn iUftJ tlio vi.jr v
emirod-inHnd lan uhoui 'h, I Aiwearein ri'Teipt of nciv supplies daily, w can
Fall and Winter Trade. ifr inducements, in the nay of
Our orders and cntracts with tho manufacturers of Kurore ' Novelty, Comfort and FaSHIOn,
were made long bt. ro tbe rite In Wwluna was anticipatu i, N'ot found in any other liou.'c in the wrsierr. couii'ry.
and as we have wreeured them full twenty to tairty ptr cent. a i- i:ivi'. Is A IVAI.l..
eheaiMirthan tbey ean be bad for at this time, we rt-l astured i Alll we assu,ey0uyou will not think of cuing further
wo can offer you, this fall, goods at j rioes to lausly the entire 0 scek for
If you cannot pay us a personal visit, send nn your
orders and we w ill till them to your satisfaction.
WM. S. M'KMGHT, ) s. r. .
WM.F.ENDEKS, ' Louis, Mo.
T. A. SIMMONS. IWoii.
Rf. Louis, Sept. 1.IS53. s'C&Alin
NEW ML'S'C 1500KS!!
wants, and at prices that will defy nil
We have neither rparod time or trouble in endeavoring to
get a rtock ibat will surplus all previous elluris, and as wo
have labured to plca-e our old, ni well as our new cuftomi-rs,
we trust the indii".'innt we en fflV-r will rneh ai to p!eJ)
ONE AND A L L.
We have nu arrangements ro ns to have our stork here
much ear tier than I rnur raione, tv al jmga Jneo additional
fnree of bands te supply iho exrra d.ntand mado of us fur
clothine, by wbicn means our stock will vt q.to by tbe twon
tietn or A'igim
F ILL AND CO M 1 L K T E.
When visiting this city or New Yi.rk, wo sVuld b pleased
to have you euuuiuo our la'ga and extensive awortuieni ;
when, we arc su'i-lkd, yu wm Iju onvinced of faols we have
stated, and aetcnuhed at the luw prioes that ws are olljring
MAIITIN &. EROT11EII,
Xo. 113 Uroadway, 1 f Xo. IIS Main street,
Now York. j angS-wly ( St. Louir.
' ; TUST airived. the tllioir M.dodies, the Dulcimer, the
. J Carinin sacred, Mason's Sacred Harps, Christian
Melodies ; Hie Christian talinisl, numeral. Also a
varie.ly of IValuis and 1Iyins.
Kor sale at 1). K. CARMAN'S
(igll).lll) NKW I1DOK STOHK.
K. K. I'AHU.
U. T. V. BliXK
. ., - OAV1D DKAN,
MANTjrACTURKR and dealer in Italian and
America Marble, He has now on band a large
svwectnent, ami will furnish on the shortest notice,
f utt Mantel Pieces; .
Tins Parlor snd Chamber Grates;
. Counts and Wash Stands)
. '. . 8talary
1 A . Usa k. ea.id.
imww fwniwa x .
1IwWr other deseriptlon of MARBLE WORK
sAWworieai.- OT Call at his MaibU Vard sppoeile
JM&UJ Bnt JIsMibsi, Mo.
PARKS & BILLSRAUUOW,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
ttOK.VKK of Hill and Fourth Sheets, Hannibal,
The subscribers bee respectfully to inform the in
habitants of Hannibal and vicinity, that they are pre
pared to enter into contracts to any amount for the
erection of chinches, dwellings, Stores, etc., or the
superintending of the erection of the samo, &c.
N. 11. They are also prepared to supply plans and
specifications of every description. Buildings erected
on moderate terms. Properly taken in pait payment.
F. P. Magher, Architect. feb3'53-y.
DR. B. II. WASIILXGTON,
TS Aeent for the Phienological. Water-Cure, and all
J. other publications of Messrs. Fowlers fc. Wells, and
will procure theirs or any o tber works on accommoda
ing terms. Oiders respectfully solicited. (myl9w4-m)
Boiler Maker and Sheet Iron Worker,
Main street, bttwctn Chrrry and farr,
st. Louis, no.
HATING roue to a very great expense to erect MACHINE
RY lor inaklna Duilera on the alern plan, I am now
prepared lo furnish every varieiy ( Holier ten per centum
chranrr lliaa any oiber Ksiablisbiwent In the VVewein eoooiry.
All who are In want of B'Mleii wilt Bud It to tbeir IntereM to
give di a call before purthaalng elaewhare.
ty Alw.n on band a variety of seeoad head BOILERS.
Sheet Iron Wot k and retailing doae at Ue sboruai aouca.
All work warranted.
Aagvul lat, ISjJ. dial
DOWDALL. GARR & CO.,
Washington Foundry, lngmo and Ma
Coruer of Secoml nud iMorgau streets,
ST. L313, WO;
MANCFACll.HEKSef Steam Kogines and Boilers, Saw
and 111 1st Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws and Presses,
Lird Kettles, Lard Screws and Cylinders. Wool Carding Ma
chine, Young's Patent Smut Maebines, 13uilding Casting.', Ac
T-iT- Agents fur sale of James Smith & Co. 'a superior Ms.
obine Cards. (augR-dSs)
E. y. PITTMA V. WM. H. PITTS
P1TTMAN & BROTH Kit,
Impoilers and Wholesale Dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY DItV-GOODS,
No 97, Main St., ST. LOUIS. MO.
June 9, 1&S3. ( je9 w ly )
Cheapest and Best Writing Ink.
LT. UK1TTINGHAM & BRO. are now mann-
facturiiig Black Writing Ink of a superiorquali
ty, which they sell very cheap thirty cents a Uozen
cones, or live cents a piLt. Steel pens may be left
standing in this ink any length of time without corto
dine. P. 8. At wholesale, tbey will sell it at $10 bar
TERMS OF ADVERTISING
IN IHK DAILY JOURNAL.
First insertion, Five Cents s Line ;
Each Insertion afterwards, Two and a Half Cents a
'"Advertisements will be published from six to twelve
days at To Cents a Line for each insertion, including
NOTICE la hereby given to the creditor and all
tatmatedintbaVt.W of WILLIAM KING, d.
that the undenined administrator ef aaid eauate, ea the In
day of the next November Una at the Balls Oowoty Cowrt, or
as soon thereafter as said eawrt win bear the same, arltt soaks
1ml esllliiiiiSBl IS his salssinsslsalliai nf ssit n'rit
aai Muesnens ox nis H Mlw rf
Down Go the Prices!
One Price Store.
ON BIRD, BETWEEN MAIN AND
THF. bUBSCniBER returns bis sincere thanks U
the citirens of Hannibal and vicinity, "Parties
lary lo the lilitt," for their liberal patronise, anal h
hopes to merit a continuation of the same.
The proprietor will conduct his business cn thssaaa
plan and principles that like establishments in Nsw
York and JloMon are now conducted. He will adbera
strictly to the ' ONE PRICE SYSTEM." Enrr
artirle will be marked at the very "Lowest Casts
Price," and r,o variation will be made, unless for
dami;e. No misrepresentations or undue urging will
beallowed. It is my Hrteimination to do straight
forward and honorable business, and free from the
tricks so common to the trade, and to make my estsb
lislimenl an M'ractive snd desirable resort to purchas
ers, for anything under the name of Dry Goods.
No pains will be spared in procuring for my custom,
ers uithout delay, such articles which are net to be.
found in tins market.
Euving only from the Importers, and the best Whole
sale Houses in St. Louis. Hv selections are) mads)
with i;reat care, as to Eltganctof Stylt and dwraotiifw.
I will be in receipt of goods icttkly so long as naviga
tion remains open. Which will enabls me at all times
to have a complete assortment on band, for that inan
tion of those wishing to purchase Fancy. Varietv.aai
Staple Dry Goods. ' "
My stock consists, in part, as follows:
Merrimack, Cocheco, Phillip Allen's, Hamilton's
Lobe.J. Dunnell's, American, Eprague, Globe, Mast
:hester, Miyfieln, Providence, and flloomdale. all of
which are 'Renowned' for Eelegance of 6tyls. Jaut
Colon' and durable, prices ranging from 9c to IS.
30 ps. from the celebrated factory of Hartmana, 10
30: ranry Fashiouable Gingham Lawn, 35cj Paiatee.
Fashionable Styles SUc,23c, 28c, and ISc: for super-
Most lioantiful patterns and Ushionabla styles, Ue,
35c. 43c: Sattin, striped both ways, 55c: plain, pink,
blue and black, 40c ; fancy tils tissues, fr0; blark, do
Jill Wool Delainn.
PinK, green, blue, black nnd mode, 55c.
Blvk, at $11". $1.15. $l.2n: watered, at $1 W.
fancy fifiired, at ;i7c $1, $1.10. $1.15. and $1.28: Flor
ence silks, all colors, Uencbains, a. 12Jcro.vac: Swise
muslin. Victoiy lawn. Jaconet, Bard muslin, Kmbroi-
eied Swiss. Capnct.one piece supernne: White Demi-
y: French working cotton, linen floss.
Paper comhrics, all colors: Irih linen: nillow mm i
Russia linen sheeting, 9-4, 70c: bleached sheeting
10-4 and 13 4: Table Diaper, 8-4: Bleached Muslins
Brown Shoeing. 4-4(lvfJc: Superfine 4-4 Tic a ing 25ct
Good 7-8, at ISc: Cottouades and Denims for ChU
aren's wear, at I2cCa2fC! 4-4 Blays Linen.
A complete asor(ment of
Hosiery and Clovu.
French Embroidered Collars, Undersleeves, tad L.
C. Handercheifs: Linen Handkercbeifs, at 12s to 40a:
Fmbroidered do,$l,s0: SUK Veils, at $1.50: Cemnaa.
Hair and Ttolh Bnuhet.
A variety of Combs: fajf Dress Buttons, Pearl de:
Agate White and Colored, 3 dozen for 6 cts: Cottoei
Iice Slid F.ileing: Lisle and thread Edeinr: Swiaa and
Jackonet Edging and Insertings, from lie to40ei Ivory
A large assortmet ot Silic Psrasols, P5e to 94:
Lalssl Styles ef Bonnti and Cap Rihtxm.
Always on hand a complete Stocs. oi ZeDbrr Wars.
ted, st 1 cent per Stein, Working Canvass: Perforata!
paper, at zuc per oueei.
Gilt Note Paper, Fancy and Blue Letter do: Fools
Cap: Fancy Envelopes: Plain, White nnd BoaT Am
Steel Pens: Ivory Pen Holders: Copy Books, nt gns tuMt
10c: Slates, at 7Je and 15c: Slate Pencils.
Black and Rid Ink.
Bandsome satin striped summer Tests, at 8S te$U
ams Lot of silk figured Winter YeaU. ariUawieJaaawi
out at 75c, worth $1,25.
Ladies1 juisses' and Children's
Shoe aaul Gaiters.
From tbe most common to the most tidy, the La tee
Styles: Infant's Soft Morocco: Youth's. Boy's sal
Men's Calf Brogans. ' '
A liberal discount snsJs to these hying to as a rain ,
Tbe citiseus ot Hannibal, and Marion and. the ads
joining counties, sre respectfully solicited to as esaas.
nation of my stock on visiting the eitr. I fatter say
self that ihe style, elegance, durability and price) it
the goods will meet the approbation of '
OT REMEMBER TkJS FLAO SIGV.Kk. s4saj