HANNIBAL, MO.: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1853.
NEVER FAILING REMEDY 1 1 !
A CRIPPLE SETS ASIDE HIS CRUTCHES AF
TER TEN YEARS SUFFERING.
Cop ef a Letter from Mr. Thompson, Chemist, Liv
erpool, dated August 20th, 1862.
Dab 8ia I am enabled to funiih you with a moat
extraordinary cure eDecled ny your invaluable uint
Bent and Pills; which baa astonished every person ac
quainted with the lufferer. About 10 years ago, Mr
W. Cummins, of Baltney Street. In this town, was
threwn from his horse, whereby he received very seri
ous injuries he had the best medical advice at the
time, and wit afterwards an intmate of different in-
Gnaaries, yet De grew worse, ana at last a meng
ant roDnine ulcer eeiuea in nie nip, wnicn so
completely crippled him. that he could not move with'
ut crutches Cor nearly 10 years j recently be began to
use vour Ointment ant Pills, which have now healed
(tie wound, strengthened hit limb, and enabled him to
dispense with his crutches, so that be ean walk with
tie rreaiesi ease, ana wiuj reueweu uraim ami vigour,
f 8iened) 3. THOMPSON.
A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A
DREADFUL. SKIN DISEASE WHEN ALL
MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED.
Cop) of. a Letter from Mr. Hird, Draper, of Keady,
near Gainsbro', dated March 1st, 1853.
To professor Holloway,
Rib -Some time since, one of my children was af
flicted with dreadful eruptions over the body and
' -limbs. I obtained the advice 'of several eminent Sur
geons and Physicians, oy an oi wnom inerme was
considered hopeless. At length I tried yoni Ointment
and Pills, and without exaggeration, the effect was mi
raculous, for by persvering id their use, all the erup
tions quickly disappeared, and the child was restored
A Mrfarl kaalh.
f nmvlniMlv lost a child from a similar complaint.
and I firmly believe, had I in her case adopted your
medicines the would have neon saved alio, i snail be
happy to testify the truth of this to any enquirer.
"(Signed) J- HIRD, Draper.
CERTAIN REMEDY FORSCORBUT1C HUMORS
AND AN ASTONISHING CURE OK AN
OLD LADY SEVENTY YEARS OF AGE
ur A dau i.r.u.
Copt of a Letter from Messrs. Walker and Co., Chera-
HORACE E. DIMICK & CO.,
No. 42 Main street,
St. Louis, Mo.,
IMPORTBRS-aodaanntsottrrasof Quna, Rifles, Pistols of
the various desotptioni. Ws would respeotf ally say, that
we bare toe uu-geatand Dost general assortment of firearms
and their equipmeits that ou be found la any honss In the
United States. W do not think II neosaaary to enumerate
artleles, but ws w I say, If we eaa aot furnish the right sort of
artleles, there la at mueh ehanee of awttlnc than of our
UDmiinAuu - i . i . . . ....
oMuauuw, mnun material, wooieaue ana man.
N. B. The pows and aeeuraoy of our anas tested by preo
tleat exTwrimenaiio tbs satUfaotloa of the rnruhmrn
XT 1 1 U.L ..... 1- 1- k. , . a .
iivuHwaiun, di. uouia, mat (augowiy;
Wholesale Groceries. (right cheap.)
OA HOGSHEADS of PRIME SUGAR.
OU 150 SACKS of PRIME RIO COFFEE,
jnst arrived. T. R. SELMES.
MACKEREL, New Crop,
1 A A BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS,
J.UU just now arrived and for sale wholesale
(right cheap), by T. R. SELMES.
C. M.McCLUNG & Co.,
115 Main street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Will ban recwed by thslitof September, their itook ef
Fall and Winter.
Foreign ad Domestic Dry Goods!!
IT will embraea pester variety and bamoreoommandlng,
U AY DEN & WILSON,
tMPwRTERI AND MANUFACTURERS OP
Saddlerj ando Cach Hardware,
Carriage Trimmings, &c.
rVo.ll, Nortli Mala Street St. adonis.
The Shady Side.
K. CARMAN. Com mere II Row, has juat re-
ceived this most deligtful little book, which is
bavin? such a remarkable sale. The many readerers
of "Sunny Side," Peep at No. 6, Rector of St. Bar
dolphs, Ac, Ate., must not fail to read the "Shady
Side." For warm weather especially, and as a book
.A in ih.. k... . (r a i .hi. ior iraveiinz readme, nomine oeuer ean ae lound.
Kvery article threuu rementaof the raiail trade demand. ! Not merely is it highly bewitching and entertaining 1
ean be obiainedrom them. - but "true to life," and the reader may learn from its
It will be thetoonstant exertion to so eonduet their bad- lessons of wisdom and profit. Well may it be termed,
nets, as to maket the interest of the merchants to deal with ' as it has been, a "gem of a book."
them. Every aids in their stock, will be sold las low ss It CLOUH8 AND SUNSHINE, a new work by the
can be obtained! this eity, or delivered from New York or l(1(nor 0f Musings of an Invalid, Fun and Earnest,
llaatam. It la tlfr riivnr in tin rnatnaaaaa twit h rstsrrtnnat hi si . . 9 ... ' '
For sale by D. K. GARMAN,
jyl3dtf At the New Book Store.
merchants and ieuob a manner, that when oaeeoommeneed,
it win oontmue. iney enow weir suooees depends solely op
on the racoeas olbeir etutomers, and it will be their aim to
make their Inteourse with merchants, mntoally and recip
rocally bentnoia They aik from merchants who Tirit St.
Louis this fall, thorough examination oi their stock and
St. Louis, A out 6, 185J-d A"3m
WM. R. MA.RW,
CHAS. O. MARTIN,
OF 1 8 5 3.
r o.r.nr Hnl.LOWAV
Deab Sin, Among the numerous cures effected by
the use af your vuluabte medicines in the neighbor
hood we may mention that of an old lady living in
the Villas; of Preslon, about five miles from this
City. She had ulcerated wounds in her leg foi many
wars, and latterly they increased to such an alarming
extent as to defy all tha usual remedies; her health
rapidly ei'ing wy w,At" the ,uRer in8 ,,,e ndured- In
this dutrossing 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
. . wrfect cure. We have ourselves been
creatly astomsbed at the efTect upon so old a person,
ShTbiing above 70 years of age. We shall be happy
to satisfy any enquiries aa to the authenticity of this
really wonderful ewe. either personally or by leu...
Aprivate in the BaWPolice Force, also, has been
r..i- ...J an old scorbutic sffectioo in the
r .nJ- .n ih.r means had failed. He slates that
lace, . nintmAnt ami sneaks
it is entirely j u v ' '
loudly to t praise.
17 We remain, Dear Sir,
Anrll6th.lR52. (Signed) WALKER, t CO.
rfitoU . should be uiedWointly with the Ointment
in most ef the following eases
xi. a r.w. Chies:o-tool
Bad BieasU C011"1"1 .
JBuniooa . Coras (Soft)
Site of Mos- Cancers
cbetoM and Contracted and
SorethrosU " Skln-dieeassf
WMdt the EsUbiisbmept of Profeswr Hollow.y,
W?" af m? T wd ch- Wholesale
fll feZe. to the Union, by Messrs.
&te?:VX -ing by llog h.
,UKD.retlon. for the guidance of patient. In
",urr are affixed to each Pot. . 0 17 wl7
Tbia old and 41 eatabliihed bouse, of twenty years stand
ing, will have'Vergett and meet eomplete aaaortment ef
head mm iluhhm;
this fall 'er brfht to the St. Louis market. Ws flitter
ourselves that wire now the most extensive Clothing Manu
facturers In tha
and with our lonxpsrlsoee in manufacturing for this, and
foreign marketsjs lol safe in saying that this fall will far
surpaas any prews season. We will have every style of
cloths, vegtings i oaasimeres, both af European and Ameri
can nianufaeiurod mads up In the very latest fashion and
in much larger entities, so as to be enabled So supply the
entire demisa wgnout mi
rail ad winter Trade.
Jar orders asontraa's with the manufacturers of Europe
were made long ore ue rue in nooiens was anticipated.
and al we have pared them full twenty to thirty per oent.
cheaper than tneen ne nad ror at tnis time, weiool aatured
we ean offer you,ls fall, goods at prices to satisfy the entire
wants, and at pri that will defy all
Ws have ne thipared time or trouble in endeavoring to
Eet a f took that wsurpaaa all previous efforts, and as we
ave labored to pat our old, as well as our new etutomers,
ws trust the iodwent we oto offer will be suoh as to plesse
OE AND ALL,
Ws have made tngements so as to have our stock here
much earlier thamner seaeoni, by adding a lags additional
force of hands to ely the extra demand made of us for
clothing, by whioleans our stock will be here by the twen
tieth of Augoot t
FULL ND COMPLETE.
When visiting tlity or New York, ws should be pleased
to have yon ex ami our large and extensive assortment;
when, ws are oatui you will be convinced of faots we have
,ted, and aatonitiat tbe low prioss that we axe offering
filAHlN 01 lillUl tlUiil,
No. 113 Broadwi f No. 118 Main street.
Mew It or K. aogg-wly (
. T. a a.t In Italian and
?ZxmA, and Will furnish oa the shortest aotice,
"iilarble Mantel Pieeest
- Vine Parlor and Chamber Grates
1 counter and Wash Stands,
i . osidea Vasesi , (
Tombbtonest ,.-.. nwrir. WORK
Aal every eth v'rn-t,
LT vaiii '
CARPENTS AND BUILDERS.
CORNER of I and Fourth Streets, Hannibal,
The subscriber? respectfully to inform the in
habitants of Hanrl and vicinity, that they are pre.
pared to enter in:ontracts to any amount for the
erection of chuicl' dwellings, Stores, etc., or the
superintending ot erection ot the same, etc.
N. H. inev areo prepared to supply plans ana
ncifications of e description. Buildings erected
on moderate termfroperty taken in part payment.
" ULLIAM BILLSBARROW.
J. X fji
F. P. er, Architect. feb3'53-y.
CLOTHING FORTHE MILLION!
To this important question there is but one reply, it
comes trom ine
Voice of the People.
Who have long- tried and lound eminently worthy of
patronage, the old establinued nrm ol
M'KMGHT, ENDERS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
No. 66 Main street, Bt Louis, Mo.,
Simmons' Block, Boston.
We have now on bund a large and splendid assort
ment of MKN and BOYS' WEARING APPAREL,
manufactured under the direct supervision of one ef the
partners new residing for that purpose in tbe
City of Boston.
As we are in receipt of new supplies daily, we can
oS'er inducements in the way of
Novelty, Comfort and Fashion,
Not found in any other house in the westerc country.
- GIVE US A CALL,
And we assure you you will aot think ef going further
to seek for
If you cannot pay us a personal visit, send on your
orders and we will
I till ihem to your satisfaction.
M'KNIGHT, ) fu ,,. M
ENDERS, 'bt. Louis, Mo.
i. A. BlMMUWa, uosion.
St. Louis, Sept. 1, 1853. a7d&wlm
NEW MUSIC BOOKS I !
JUST arrived, the Choir Melodies, the Dulcimer, the
Carmin sacred, Mason's Sacred Harps, Christian
Melodiesi the Christian Psalmist, numeral. Also a
variety of Psalms and Hymns.
For sale at D. K. CARMAN'S
(suglOdtf) NEW. BOOK STORE.
J.T. DOWDALL. B. B. CABS- . T. t. BLOCK
DOWDALL. CARR & CO..
Washington Foundry, JJngino and Ma-
Corner of Second and Morgan streets,
MANUFACTURERS of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw
and Oiist Hill MaohuMry, Tobaooo Sorewa asd Presses,
Lard Kettles, Lard Screws asd Cylinders, Wool Carding Ma
ohlneo, Young's Patent Smut Maohines, Building Casting., ate,
Xif Agents for sale oi James Smith A Oo.'s snpenor Hs
Chine Cards. (angB-dSa)
c. r. riTTMN. war. h. fitts
PITTMAN & BROTHER,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY-GOODS,
No 97, Main St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Jane , 1853. (jefwly)
DIL B. I WASHINGTON.
18 Agent for thet Aiological, Water-Cure, anU all
other publication Messrs. Fowlers A. Wells and
will procure tbeirs y otner worns on accomuoua
big terms. Oiders sctfully solicited. (my9w4-m)
Cheapest and Best Writing Ink.
LT. BK1TTINGHAM BRO. are now manu
e facturing Black Writing Ink of a superior Quali
ty, which they sell very cheap thirty cents a dozeq
cones, or five cents a pint. Steel pens may be left
standing in this ink any length of time without corro
ding. P. S. At wholesale, they will tell it at $10 a bar
, ED WADBOYLE,
Boiler' Maker tt Sheet Iron Worker,
Eiiin itrttt.wttn Uberry una cur,
r t. i n i s. no.
TTATINO See reel expense to ireri m ui.u
XI EY tor waainf son tne Miixru p
nreoared lo wrnwa eweneiy i wmj" p'
rhuoer Ibaa any othartllabnenl la the Western country.
All who are In want olrt will And It W lawlr Jnieieat lo
terms or ADvxansma
IN THE DAILY JOURNAL.
First insertion, Five Cents a Line
Each Insertion afterwards, Two and a Half Cents a
Advertisements will be published from six to twelve
days at Two Cenia a Line for each insertion, including
'nV'MwVy.o; baarkty ef .eeond Wd BOILKHB
Skeet Iroa wots and n done at Uts auoueai aoiice.
All wont wananij". i
, FINAL SETTLEMENT.
VOTICU Is hereby gtvea to the creditors sad all
hi tare, ted in the setMe of GILLIAM KING, dsoeesed
that the nnaeniraed admlaiitntor of said estate, oa tbe Brit
da of aha next November tana of the Bella County Court, or
as aooa thereafter aa said eeart will hear tbe same, will max
Down Co the Prfes!
One Price Store.
ON BIRD, BETWEEN MAIN AND
THE SUBSCRIBER returns his sincere thanks to
the citizens Of Hannihal anil (I D
- ; - - ... -.vim..,, "f.riKv-
lory to tin Lodui," for their liberal patronage, and ha
The proprietor will conduct his business on the same
plan and principles that like establishments in New
York and Boston are now conducted. He will adhere
strictly to the "ONE PRICE 8YSTEM." Every
article will be marked at the very "Lowest Casta
Price," and no variation will be made, unless for
damage. No misrepresentations or undue urging will
beallowed. It is my determination to do a atraight
forward and honorable business, and free from the
tricks so common to the trade, and to make my estab
lishment an attractive and desirable resort to purchase
ers, for anything under the name ef Dry Goods.
No pains wilfbe spared in procuring for my custom,
ers witAoni delay, such articles which are net to be
found in this market
Buying only from lha importers, snd the best Whole,
sale Houses in St. Louis. Mv selections are made
with great care, as to Eltganct of Sty It and dwabilit.
I will be in receipt of goeds vttkly so long as naviaa
turn remains open. Which will enable me at all times
to have a complete assortment on hand, for the inspee
tton of thos wsshinsy; to purcba&ses Fancy, Variety, aal
Staple Dry Goods. "
My stock consists, in psrt, as follows
PRINTS. Merrimack, Cocheco, Phillip Allen's, Hamilton's
Lobe, J. Dunnell's, American, Sprague, Globe, Man.
jhesier, May field, Providence, and flloomdale, ell of
which are 'Renowned' for Eelegance of Styia. tut
Colon' and durable, prices ranging from Solo 13.
30 ps. from the celebrated factory of Hertmana, 10
JacoMtnC4oJ" Gingham Lawn, 85c: Painteu
Fashionable Styles 20c, 23c, 528c, and J3c: for supy.
Most beautiful patterns and tashionable styles, He.
35c, 4dc:Sattin. striped both ways, 55c: plain, pink,
blue and blacK, 40c: lancy ails tissues, 50c: black, de
Jill Wool Delatnes.
Pink, green, blue, black and mode. 65c
Black, at $1.10, $1.15, $1.29: watered, at $1.88:
fancy figured, at 7c $1, $1.10. $1 15. and $1.25: Flor-
ence silks, alt colors, Genghams, at 121cW28ct Swisa
muslin, Victoiy lawn, Jaconet, Bard muslin, Embroi.
ered Bwiss, Capnet.one piece superfine: White Beml
f. French working cotton, linen floss.
Paper combrics, all colors: Irish linen: pillow ca.e do
fiSSlI-d iS" a t M,nBrS-9"4, bwh'd "heeting
10-4 and 13-4: Table Diaper, 8-4: Bleached Muslins!
Brown Sheetbj, 4-48Jc: l Superfine 4-4 Tic a ine 2
Good 7-8, at lSc, Colton.dei and Denims for Cha'
dren'swear.at 12c28c: 4-4 Blays Linen.
A complete aaaortment of
Hosiery and Glovts.
French Embroidered Collars, Undersleeves, and L.
C. Handercheifs: Linen Handkercbeifs, at I2o to 40ci
Embroidered do,$10, Silk Veils, at $10: Commoa.
at UOci '
Hair and Tooth Brushes.
A variety of Combs: Jjr Dress Buttons, Pesrl dot
Agata White and Colored, 3 doien for 5 cts: Cotton
Lace and Edging: Lisle and thread Edging: Swiss asd
Jackonet Edging and Insertings, from 15c to 40c: Ivor
Perfoiaters, at 6c. '
A large assortmet ol SiU Parasols, Me to $4:
Lalssl Styles of Bonnet and Cap Ribbcms.
Always on band a complete Sloes; of Zephyr Wore
ted, at 1 cent per Baein, Working Canvass: Perforated
paper, at 20c 6er Sheet.
Gilt Note Paper, Fancy and Blue Letter dot Fools
Cap: Fancy Envelopest Plsin, White and Buff dot
Steel Pens: Ivory Pen Holders: Copy Books, at fte aad
IH-. Ql.tma .ft 1 1 - mA f... Ol-..
w. m iiv wiu oiai rencus.
matm ana tied in.
Handsome satin striped summer Vests, at 85c toll
a imi J Mi nf aillr AotiMjl UHnl v.... .mi i
:rz.S. """i wtuoa ciosea)
out at 75e, worth $1,25.
lAdies' Aliases' ana Children's
Shoes and Galtera.
Prom thai mntl rnmmnn rn I La a: J il. r a
.m....vu w mi vail iiu y i iu 19 aMAin
Styles: Infsnt's Soft Morocco: Youth's, Boy's and
A libeial discount made to these hying to so again ,
ine citixeiis oi itanninai, and Marion and tbe ade
joining counties, are respectfully solicited to an exam
ination of my stock on visiting the city. I flatter my.
aalf that tha atvla. alaa-anra. H..-V.:i: ' .
,,r ' ft , ..vj ana price mi
the gooda will meet the approbation of
fc- n.E.aia.flintK lUJfi I LAG 81 UN, Bird aUeei
aps-22lawly lm. Maesr.
anal setUssHicI ot bis admmiitratic of saia Mtebe.
, JOHN R0UB,A4Vrf
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