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NNIBAL MAI DAILY. VOLUME I. HANNIBAL, MO.: THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER, 8, 1853. NUMBER 129. NEVER FAILING REMEDY I ! ! l.feet. -1 rV. 1 rv r ii r atr v ar ' .jrw m an t r r .- ,-wfc---lr ,- IIOLbOWAY'S CIVTMENT. ACBIPPLK 8KTS AsiDR HIS CRUTCHES AF- TFR TKX YEAKS KUFFKKING. Copy of Letter from Mr. Thompson. Chemist, Liv- . Tol. dated August filth, 1852. T Professor Hollow r, Of Sit-1 am enabled to (un ih you with s gioul extraordinary cute elf. cted by your invaluable Oint menl and Pillsj which has aslomthed every person e naintcKl with tti sufferer. About 10 yenrs ago, Mr W. Cummins, of Saltney Street, in tins town, was thrown from h! hoYs. whereby he received very seri ous injuries) he hid the best medical advice at the lisse, and wa. afterwards an intma'e of different in firmaries, ytt he grew wurse, and at last a mnli amnt running ulcer settled in hi liip, which onptetely crippled him, that lie could not move with ut crutches for nearly 10 years t recently he bewail to your Ointment an I Pills, which have now lieakd the wound, strengthened hia limb, and enabled him tc dispense with bis erutchee. so that he can walk with the greatest ease, and with renewed health and vigour (Srned) J IHOMPSON. A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OK A DREADFUL 8K1N DISEASE W H v.N ALL MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED. Copy of Letter from Mr. Hird, D.aper, rf Kaady. near Gainsbro', dated March 1st, 1852. To professor Hollowat, Hib -Some time since, one of my children was af tirtrd with dreadful eruptions over the body and limbs, I obtained the advice of several eminent Sur geons and Physicians, by all of whom the ease was considered hopeless. At length I trird your Ointment nd Pills, and without exaggeration, the'edVct wa mi raculous, for by persvermg in their ne, all the erup tions quickly disappeared, and tile child i restored to prtet heah. I previously lost a child from a similar r o n ;Uif and I firmly believe, had I in her ca ad p! eil yo snedicinet the would have been save I a'o. I sl'i , b happy to testify the truth of this to aiv enimrr (Nigned) J 1MID. D'lmr, CERTAIN REMEDY FORSCtiRB Tic lUM'PS AND AN ASTONISKI i Cl'RK Or N OLD LADY SKVr'NTY YKARS UK AtiE OK A BAD LF.G. Copy of a Letter from Messrs. Walker and Co , C'.'m sis, Hath. To Professor Hollo way, Diab Bib, Among the numerous cures effected by the use of your valuable uvdii'ii.es in the ti-ii;Mioi-hood wa nay mention that ot an old 1 !) l:.ugi She Village of Preston, abn fi.e u.t'.r- .", , , ,.. City, brie had ulcerated wouils in hei lg tr; jipj yean, and latterly they incr ased !o mi. Ii . , nU'iiw..; exteriteate defy all the usual ri'ineli". ; tie ,,m! , rapidly giving way under the suifpM'g ' -i d .r- I I . Shis dUliesing condition she had rrconse a .aii Ointment and Pills, and by the as.ia.aiue of hn friends, was enabled to perseveie in th.r u-e. until she received a perfect cure. We have om-elves leei greatly astonished at the effect upon so old a prison, aba being above 70 years of age. WeslK.il be happy to satisfy any enquiries as to the authenticity ot this really wonderful case, ei'her personally or by le, . A private in the Bath Police Force, also, lias been perfectly cured ot an old scoibutic anVction in tlie face, after all other means had failed. He sta'es that it is entirely by the use of your Ointment, and speaks loudly in itspraise, Wa remain, Dear Sir, Yours, faithfully, April h, 152. (Signed) WALKER, & CO. The Pills should ha used conjointly w ith the Ointment inmost of the following eases: Bd Legs Chirgo foot Fistulas Bad Breasts Chilblains Gout Bum Chspped bands G.andularsvrelling Bunions Corns (Soft) Lumbago Bit of Mos- Cancers Piles cbatoes and Contracted and Rheumatism Band Fliea Stiff Jaints Scalds Coco-bay Klephantiaaia Sore Nipples Mora throats Skin diseases Scurvy Sore-heads Tumours Ulcers Woonds Yaws Sold si the Establishment of Professor Holloway, 44, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London, and by all Vendors of Medicines throughout tne (Juited States, la PoU at 874c 87c, and 1.50e. each. Wholesale fcy the principal Drug bouses in the Union; by Messrs A. B. Jt D. Sards, New York. tT" i here is considerable saving by taking the larger sixes. 8. B. Directions for '.he guidance of ration's in very disorder are affixed to each Pot. (jel7wly rvm. 1 wmmm P. T. 15 AU NU ilI'S GRAND COLOSSAL The American Museum and Menaeerie will F.xhibi. at PALMYRA, Momlav. Septeniber li;u : 1 HOY. Fiidnv, September 1 6th : HANNIBAL, TUKSDAY. " lath: ST CHARLES, Satunlar, t7ib: i.W LONDON. Wednsdav. " I4'li: ST. LOL'la, Monday, Sept. 19th, 20th and Slit. BOWLING (.RKEN, Thursday. " 1Mb: Price of Admission 50 Conls Children under 9 years of ae 25 Cents. To the whole of this immense Fslsblishinetit, including tieneral Totn Thumb, the entire collection of Wild Animals, Wax S'atuarv, Mr. Pierce's performance in 1h lieis, the Baby Klephant, Mr. Nells pei lotmiinres. ic, no extra cliarfc under anv pretense whatrvrr, let the reports be what they may. CP" Doors open from I 1-2 to 4, and from 7 te 9 c'cleck, P. M. The largest Traveling EXHIBITION in Ilia World, being a combination of all the most popular and un exceptionable amusements of the age t enlarged and improved for the season of Is' 3. A TEAM OF TEN ELEPHANTS Will '.rsw the gieat Car of Jucfniaut. A Baby Elephant, Onlv ins vesr o'd. a.id abnu' 3 .: f. ?! !:!. 'a- ; carry upon li.s bai-k arn md the interior of the immerse P-vlllion. :lie Lillipi.lion GENKRAI. 1.M TIIL'MH Tne ingnticent t'.,rtpe comprises 110 Hones and (t.'i nen. The PhviIIioii d I'xliitiilioii lia Ihh :i fiilareil until it is can.Ve pf accoioino.l j'ini; I j.taki spec 'alt rs ut once. The coVertinn of living Wild Animal includes the mo-.t plf u Jid specimens ever exhiotted in Ainenr. Amoi g many olliers will b- tuiind KI;ilT Itr.ArTIFl'I, 1-IONS Frr!' from tl ir rntive Forests. A Monster While 1'olar lear of prodigious sire and ferocity. A Magnifi cent Ri.al Tifr: the largest one evr ci'piunil alive. A Pair of Vorng Lions; only six months old. An IntruDe Cj.iiI; nnlv six iivuiths of the hrst ever burn in A:nrrica .t:., Ac. The ilrove of Flephauta eie ce:i''iie.l in the June es of tViitr. t Vvlmi. bv Messrs. S. B. Ju'ie a id tJeo. Nutter, assisted by JbO Na lives. i.fier a pm-'nt nf tl.ree months an I I'uir davs in the Junles. They were filially entrapped and secured' in m I 'd an K'aul or T'i'p nf erorin ms iliiiie.ision and proitigiuiu st ei g-li. where tbey were aubdued. Ibe j Call Y.ri hunt iccoii.i anic s its Dam. and was weaneil Oil its psag" f.oui India. P, T, BARNUM, P ' p'ii tor cf the Americrn Mu-eum. Ktm Yoik, lias the iionor to announce, that 'rrouraged by the brilliant si r ess u, a lift a"i'Piiril ui: ti.s .i'lojucu.itls lor :ne aumrine:ii oi tne p miic, ne u.n jwn led lo lorm tne AalJtSSrilM OF WONDEKS, Whlrli cmvi'ses a e"- r v.neiv nf AUrnrtions, ami inre exiranrdinarr1 Nvellies, than a y trsvelirj; r li Union in he Hi r'd ' vit f-i.ti.w of tins Mammoth Etllil;inen' i of a peculiar a ,d mteres'ing ra tme. an l the whole is punlucil upon a gigantic rcale il magnitude The travlinii paraphernalia of Hie A , nn'r'can Museum, as it -:iter eacli town, is produced by the porgenus tlfCAU Of J U(GER V A U 1' I j"l Diawn by Ten Klephauts, superbly rapari-oued, being an accuiate model of that terrible engine of idolatrous aciance fiui-hrtl and decorated in iill ihP'X'rav.iganrrj ot the llr.idoo s'yle. Follnwing this mns'er vetiirle, if a long procession of costly Cages and Cairiages, th whole forming a spectacle of msre than Oiiental spleu- j , .lor. The Kxlnbninn v.i'1 lake place w ithin a ir.anuifn.eiit Varifgated l'avillion, enmpoied of Americas Fags I oi w aier-preoi lauuc. i - -i 11. - I Cwencral Tom Thumb Is attached to this Exl'ib'lion.and will anrear in all his pert'ormmces as given before the principal crowned heads of Europe, including So:.gs, Dances, Grecian Statu;e and his admired personations of Napoleon and , Fieilerick the Great. The little General is twiiity-une years of age, weighs only fifteen pounds, and is but ' iwenry-C'gni incucs uiu. jviioeii0ni;:u Mr. i cllis, The man without arms, who will execute his extraordinary feats of loading and fltin a pistol with hia toes j cutting profile likenesses ; shouting at a ui:,rk with a bow and arrow ; playing upon the Accordeon and Vio linrello.etc. Mr. Nt'lli-, in these performances, exhibits a woinleil'ul example ol what iudomitalile energy and indutry can accomplish, even w hen laboring under disadvaateges appaieutly the most insurmouutable. A complete Menagerie o Livins; wiia Animals, Is also included in the American Museum, and at a convenient period durijj the Exhibition Will enter the Dens of the Wild Beasts, and give his classical illustrations of Hercules struggling with the Ncmean Lion : Daniel in the Lion's Den ; Sampson destroying the Lioa, aic. One of the most interesting portions of the exhibition is formed by the display of a great collection of it A A Including figures of the siie of life, of all the Presidents of the United States, and also of s great number of the noted characters, American and Foreign, all of which are accurate likenesses, and appropriately cos tumed In fact, the whole Establishment is a vast repository of WONDERFUL OUJECTS OF NATURE AND ART, The full particulars of winch it would be impossible to give within the limits of a newspaper advertisement, and Which Has Deen orouglll icgruicr hi an mnuuuus cijiciiuuuiflui uwaiu, luiiuuig tne laigesi wuiuwi uvwi traveling Fxhibition in this or any o'.her country. A one Military Dana win perioral me uoai pvpuiuaua vt ui uji iuT fiswiwa cuici to.n, ui during the hours of Lxhibition. (auglidwld) Klarble Emporiom. DAVID DFAN, sr SNTTVACTTJRFR and dealer in Italian and JVX Anerican Jviarble. He baa now on hand a large ajcortaMnt, and will furnish on the shortest notice, Marble Mantel Pieces Fine Par lot and Chamber Grates) Cfcesater aad Wash stands. Garden Vase, tUterv; V k. 6mi.ii .Ana every other description of MARBLE WORK tlewpricee. tr Ctl at his Marble Yard opposite he Brady Bewse, Haeikl,Me KIDWELL'S NEW GROCERY. ! 1 T the old stand, the Baltimore Store, nearly' ...SK FL11ID FXTRACT OP Iktch Urp, or Cancer Koot, whtrh fradbai" uteaaVd ever her whore todr. 1 be ck racier of Ute Siesue wu n vlolei tl.a' we deapaiws of eaiflnf ber ctMsisl. H-4 when tber eaa ae aau, i.aiiar, n ''" -""I". llbM.ac. ir an oi which in. y - - - ,n mi na xiid mm lor aa at any oilier bouae In un .: I mpeeuuliv ak s fins u pahiie snllj to sail, -toiH'"" JOHNI.USI1. BRANDY. TVX Old TtU Dk Brtwdj fat XUSSdaaX jmrpam, W ( a.l. Sit tsxl Dnsl HltVlll laaa. an. tntM the 1m ol" feet Can. Mat hid leak im kf enure bean I ana attar aarns lar tape, an4 lakins S or 10 bottle of iwaUn' Pasnoan, mmd a if mi qaaNLHT f iisp at t-ump arllla, some am eiraure Jamaa Wabatrr to turn. He wa. con Ddaot mi tax raraaas of im Kiuaei nf Baaeb Drop, asS I umri IL In tbtee weasa bet owe ware aU baalrs ana bee beaa. an SotlMnlbalnWMnanSrkwlnn. ane la aaarnwi now. an. Hems' with a nenltbr fcalrri sMtassM ka4 aha leant Down Go tho Prices! "Cheap Rents," QUICK SALES AND Small Profits, AT THE One Price Store. ON BIRD, BETWEEN MAIN ANr THIRD STREETS, 'PHE M'bCRIBKR rrturns his sincere thnnks to A the citizens of Hannibal and vicinity, 'arttrw. lary to Ihi Ladtn," for tbeir liberal patronage, ana1 ho hopes to merit a continuation cl the same. The propf ie'.nr w ill conduct bis business cn the tame plan and principles that like esiablishments in New York and rWt.ir. are now conducted. He will adhere strictly to the "ONE PUICK bYSTEM" K.very irticle i'l be marked at tbs very Lowest C'Kata Price," and no variation will be trade, unless for djirmee. No misrepresentation or undue urgii.g will beallowed. It is my deteimination 'o do s freight forward and honor tble business, and f-ee from tho tricks so common to the trade, and to make ssy erak listiment an eti.active ard desirable resul to purchae ers, for anything under the name f Dry Goods. No psins will ba snared in procuring (or my custom, ers thiAoW delay, such articles which are net to bs loiipd hi this ma.-ket. Buyirg only from ibe mporfers.and the beet Whole, sale Ho,ies in St. Louis. Mv selreliona are mad with great cire, as in rgaer of .Style and rfsjro6tii. I will rw in receipt of enods vnklf so loi g as tiaviga tiun remains opru. Winch wiil enable ma at a'l times to bate a complete ancrtinent on band, lor the inspec lion of those ui hii g to purchase Fancy. Yarietr. sal Staple Pry Goods. " " My stock couiiits, in nrt. a follows: Merrimack. Coeheeo, Phillip Allen's, Hamilton's Lnbe.J. Dutmell's. American, Sprague, Globe, Man lie!er, Mavfielo, Prnvi.lence. and Uloonniale. all of wh'ch are 'Renowned' for Eelegance of Style, 'aws tours' and durable, pries rapina from 9c to M. La tens. 30 ps. from the celebrated factory of Herrmann, 19 3'): rancy Fashionable Ginzham Lawn. 15c Painta- Jaconet, 40c. Btrctrt Delaints. Fashionable S'yles V0c, 23c, 28c, and 33c: for super fine. Silk Brrafrts. Most beautiful patterns and lathi onaMe styles, tie, 35c, 43c: Sattin. striped both ways. 56c: plain, pink, h ue and biacx, 40c: fancy silsc tissues, &0c: black, d. 50c. Sil Woo! Dtlainn. Pint, green, bli e, blnck nrt mode, bit. SILKS. Black, at $1 10. $1.15 '-2Ch watered, at $I M: fnncy femed, at 97c $1, f 1 1(1. $1.15. and $1.'.J: Flor. enre silks, all celors, Uenghaiss, a: I2)c'i.2Sc: Swiss muslin. Victoiy lawn, Jaconet, Bard muslin, Kwbroi- ertd Swiss, Capnet.one piece siiperfiue: White llemi y: French working cotton, liaen floss. SUNDRIES. Paper rombrics. all colrr: lush linen: pillow ease do Russia linen sheeting. !l-4, 70c: bleached sheet ire 10-1 and 1.1-4: lab! Diaper, .4: Bleached Muslins: Brown Sheeti iR. dfJc: S iperfiiie 4-4 Ticsing, SScr Good 7 8, at lr: Cttci.adea and Denims for ChU arei.'s wear, at 12C-2V: 4-4 Blays Linen. A complete anrti:.ent of Hosiery and Glortt. French Embroidf red Collars. Underaleovea. and I. C. Handerchcils: Linen Handkercheifi. a 12c to 40c: Kmbroidered lo,$i,t0. Silk Veils, at SI .50: at SOc: 7.-iiV and Tooth Brushes. A variety of Combs: fmff Dress Buttons, Pesrl do: Agate White and Colored, 3 doten for 5 eta: Cut' on Lace and E'gi: p Lisle and thread Edging: Swiss and Jarkouel Etigmg and Insejtings,froni lie to 40c: Ivory Pertbiatrrs, at 5c. A large assortmet ct Sils Parasols, P5c to $4: Latssl Styles of Bonnet and Cap Riblxmt, Always on hand a complete Slots nt Zephyr Wors ted, at 1 cent pei Ssein, Working Canvas: Perforated paper, at 20c per Sheet. (iilt Nota Paper, Fancy and Blue Letter do: Fools Cap: Fancy Envelopes; Plaiu. White and BbS" do: Steel Pens: Ivory Pen Holder: Copy Bwn, at be and 10c: Slates, at 7c and I5c: Slate Pencils. Black and Htd Ink. Handsome satin striped summer Vests, at RSc lo ft: a ins Lot of silk f.fmcd Winter Vests, wiJ be clone.' out at 75c, worth $15. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoe, and Gaiters. From the roost common t the inoel ti.!y, the Late Rty'es: Infant's .soft .Morocco: Youth's. Boy's and Men's Calf Brogan. ' ' A libei:.' discount madeo the bving to ee again The citizens ol UannibJ. and Mai ion aid tbe ads joining counties, are resptcif :lly solicited o an exam oatioo of ray aloes, oo visiting the city. flat'er my. self that ihe style, elegai.ee, durability and pr'ce of the coode will raeel tho approbation of tf KEMEMBEB TUC FLAG SIGN. Bird street Cp rjtaira.