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OUENAL
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DAILY.
VOLUME 1.
HANNIBAL, MO.: FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1853.
NUMBER 130.
1ANNIBA
NEVER FAILING REMEDY!!!
jf
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l.OUOWAY'8 OINTMENT.
A CS.1PPLK 8KT8 ASIDR HIS CRUTCHES AF-
TKR TKJC YF.ADS M'FFKM'VG.
Copy ef a Letter from Mr. Thompson. Cliautiat, Llv-
erpool, dated August Uuth, 1852.
To Professor Hoiluwv.
Dtaa 8ie- i am enabled to funith you with most
tatnerd wary euro effected by your invaluobln (lint
riant and Plllsi, which has astonished every person c
euainted with theaufferer. About 10 yeari ago, Mr
W. Cummins, of laltney Street, in this town, was
thrown from hit hate, whereby he received very teri
ill Injuria f bo had the best medical advice at tho
liiao, and w afterwards an Intmita cf different in.
-imarltt, yet ha grew worse, ami at last a malig
nant running uieer tented in ni nip. whmn in
eomplelely crippled him, that lit could nut move with
out crutchtt for Btarly I0vtari recently ha began to
no your Ointment an I Pills, which have now lira ltd
lb wound, strengthened hi limb, and enabled him to
dispense with bia crutches, to that ha can walk with
Iba areata! oaaa, and with ttuewed liaalth anil igour.
(Signed) J. THOMPSON,
A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CI' RE OK A
DREADFUL SKIN DISEASE WHKN ALL
MEDICAL AID HAD- FAILED.
Copy of o Latter from Mr. Hinl, Diaper, of Ktady,
near Galnsbro dated Match Ut, 1852.
Ta professor Holiowav,
Hi a -Soma time tiuco, one of my children wat af.
ftirted with dreadful eruption! over the body and
iiinbi, I obtained the advice of several eminent Sur
geent and Physicians, by all of whom the case waa
eeiisldered hopeless. At length I triad your Ointment
ood Pilli, and without exaggeration, the effect was mi.
iarulous,for by persvtring in their una, all the, erup
tiom quickly disappeared, and the child we restored
U parted htaik.
I areviouslv lost a child front a ilmilar tomrjlaint.
and 1 lirmlv believe, had I in her cane adopt J your
tuedicinea tho would have been eaveit alto. I shall be
oopy to teat sty Iba Unto of tail to any enquirer.
(Signed) J. HiRD. Draper.
CIRTAIX REMEDY FOR SCORUI'TIC HUMORS
AND AN ASTONISHING ITRK OK AN
Ol.U LADY SKVriNTY YKARS OF AGE
OK A BAD LEG.
Cory of a Leltar from Meiara. Walker and Co., Chenv
in, bath.
To Prefetior IIollowav,
Dtaa Sia, Among the numerous cures effected by
thauM of your valuable medicines in the neighbor
hood we nay mention that of an old lady living in
the YilJage f Pm'on, about five miles from ihii
City. ee bad ulcerated wounds in her leg lot many
yeart, and lalterty they incroaied to inch an alarming
eitent ai to defy all the mual remedies; her health
rapidly giving way under the suffering she endured. In
thu distressing condition ihe had rrcourse to your
Ointment and Pills, end by tho assistance of her
friends, waa enable to persevere in their ue, until she I
received a perfect euro, we nave ourselves Deen
greatly eitouiihed at the effect upon ao old a person,
oho being above 70 years of age. We ahall be happy
to aatialy any enquiries aa to tho authenticity of this
really wonderful case, either personally or by le,u,.
A private in the Bath Police Force, also, has been
Krfectly cured ol an old teorbutic affection in the
:e, after all other mean had tailed. Ha ataiei that
it it entirely by the use of your Ointment, and apeak
loudly la its f raite.
We remain, Dear Sir,
Yours, faithfully,
April th,H5. (Signed) WALKER, fc CO.
Tho PUIt thouU bo used conjointly with the Ointment
in most at tnt following eases i
e
... i a -fc-t.
Bad Lett Chiego-foot Fiitulaa
Bad Breaatt Chilblain! Gout
Burnt Chapped banJt GlandularawtUinc
BunioM Comi(Soft) Lumbago
Bite of Mot- Cancers Piles
hetoos and Contracted and Rheumatism
Sand Fliea StiflT Joints Scalds
, Coco-bay Klephantiaait Sore Nipples
ISore throats 8kln-diees rVurvy
Bora-boadt Tumours Ulcers
Woundt Yawt
Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway,
t4, Strand, (near Temple Bir,) London, and by all
Tendon or Medicines throughout tno United States,
ia Pota at S7tc , 87c, and l.oOe. each. Wholesale
by the principal Drug homes in the Uuloniby Messrs
A. B. D. Sands, New York.
tr I hero it a considerable saving by taking the
larger sites. .
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patien't in
ovary disorder are affixed to each Pot. ()el7wly
P. T. BAUNUM'S
GRAND COLOSSAL
The American Museum and Meimerle will Exhibit at
PALMYRA, Monday, September Itfih i TROY. Kiidv, September 10th i
HANNIIiAL, TUESDAY. ltlu ST. ClUHLE't, Siitunlar, 17th :
NKW LONDON. Wednesday. Mill i ST. LOUIb, Monday, Sept. 19th. 20th and 8lt.
BOWLING GREEN, Thursday. " IMIu
Price of Admission 50 Cents, Children under 0 yenrs of age 25 Cents.
To the whole of this imineime Establishment, including General Tom Thumb, the eulire collection of
Wild Animals, Wax Siutnarv, Mr. Pierce's perlormances in the Dens, the Haby Elephant, Mr. Nells' pai
loimnnces, &c, no extia charge under anv pretense whatever, let the reports be what they may.
U" Doors open fiom I 1-2 to 4, and from 7 to 9 o'cleck, P. M.
The largest Traveling EXHIBITION' in llin World, being a combination of all tho most popular tad ut
cxcepliouabl amusements of the aitei enlarged and improved lor tli veaon nf k&3.
A TEAM OF TEN ELEPHANTS
Will draw the gieat Car of Juggernaut.
A Baby Elephant,
Only one year old. a.ij about X l-: feet hii:h, will carry upon hia back around the interior of the immense
Pavillion, the I.illipntiou GENERAL TOM THUMB. The uwgtiiticent Curtage coiaprnei 114 Horses and
90 men. The P.ivillion of Exliibiliou hat been enlarged until it is capable of accommodating 15,000 spec
tators at once. The collection of living Wild Animals includes the must upleudid tpecimtnt ever exhibited
in America. Among many others will hn found
RIUIIT IIRAIJTITIX 1.10X5
Fresh from their native Forets. A Monster White Polar Hear, of prodigious site ami fomcity. A Magnlff
rent Royal Tiger i the Lucent one uver captiirad alive. A Pair of Young Lions onlv six inonths old. Ao
Infantile Cajii l; nlv six in"Mln of ng, the first ever born in America Ac, fee. The drove of Elephants
were captured in the Jung es of t'entrm iVylon, by Mer. 8. B. June and Gen. Nutter, agisted by 0 Na
lives, aOera pursuit of liner inuntha ami I'uur days in the Jungles. They wore finally entrspped and secured
in an Indian Kraul or Tmpof emiinioim diiniuinNS and prodiginus stiengUi, v. here they ware subjusd. The
Calf Elephant accompanies its Diim, and was weaned on its pasoage from India.
P. T, B A R N U M,
Proprietor of Ihe American Museum, New Yoik, hus the honor to announce, that encouraged by tht brilliant
success which has attended all his vaiiousvlfuits furtho amusement of the public, he hal bn led lit form the
pioject Of ouanixing a vast Irnvi'tiiur
ill UEUilI OF WOM)IS,
Which comprises a grea'er variety of Attrurtinns, and mora ritrnordinary Nuveltiea, than any traveling et
hiDition in Ihe world. Every feature nf this Mammoth Establithmunt is of a peculiar and inleirsting na
ture, and the whole is produced upon a gigantic scale of magnitude. The traveling paraphernalia of the A
mancait Mu-eum, ai I' eaters eacn town, is pioiiucei oy ine gurgous in .Ml UK JUi.Gr.KAUl t J
Drawn by Ten Elephants, superbly caparisoned, being an accuiate model of that ternblu engine of idolatrous
sectaries, finished and decorated in ull theextraviignnros of the Hindoo stylo. Following this monster vehicle,
is a long procession of costly Cages and Carnages, the whultt forming a tpivtacle ol mure than Oriental splsu -dor.
The Exhibition will lakeiilace within a uiaguilicent Variegated I'aviltion, composed of Awericaa Fl
of water-proof fabric. The real, genuine, original
General Tom Thumb
la attached to this Exhibition, and will appear in all his perfbrmtnees as given before the principal erowned
heada of Euione. iitcludiiic Sonas, Dances, Grecian statutes and hit idmired personations of Nanoleon and
Fiederick the Great. The little General istweuty-oiic years of aac, weighs only fifteen pounds, and it but !
twenty-eight inches high. Alsoeugaged
31 r. Nell is,
The man without arms, who will execute his extraordinary feata of loading and firing a pistol with hit toe j
cutting profile likenesses shouting at a mark with a bow and arrow playing upon the Actordeen and Vio
lincello.etc. Mr. Nellis, in these performances, exhibits a wonderful example of what indomitable energy
and industry can accomplish, even when laboring under disadvaittagc apparently tht most iusuimouutable.
A complete Menagerie of
Living Wild Animals,
It alio included in the American Museum, and at a convenient period duri 2 the Exhibition
M R. PIERCE
Will enter the Dens of the Wild Beasts, and give his classical illustrations of Hercules struggling with the
Naimean lion Daniel in the Lion's Den j Sampson destroying the Lion, 1c. One of the most interesting
portion of tht exhibition i formed by the display of a great collection of
WAX STAT UA 11 Y ,
Includinc fisurct of the site of life, of all tho Presidents of the United States, and alio of a great number
. r . . a . ' i !. .iur ...i.;I.k. i . i ...... ... i .K -1
0 ine noted Cliaiaciers, Auiricvii mill rvin, biiui nuituaip intviivitioa, im oiiv(j(ii ij
turned. In fact, the whole Establishment is vast repository of
WONDERFUL OIUEUTS Or iNATUKE AND ART,
The full particulars of which it would be impossible to give within the limits of a newspaper advertisement,
and which baa been brought together at an enormous expenditure of means, forming the largest and most novel
traveling Exhibition in this or any other country.
A tine Alilltary nanu win perioral Hie most iwpuiarem t iu uay, iue piuiviaiua wiurn iawn. inn iu
during the hourt of Exhibition. (augltMfcwld)
Down Go the Prices!
"Cheap Ilciit9'
QUICK 8ALE8
AND
Small Profits,
AT THE
One Price Store.
0. BIRD, BETWEEN MAIN ANC
THIRD STREETS,
PHE bl'Bcr.IBER returns Ins sinccro tbanka to
J the citiiens nf Hannibal and vicinity, "Parties
(ory to fa t tui," tor their liberal patronig. ana bo
hopes to merit a continuation ol the same.
The proprietor will conduct his business cn Iho sane
nlan and principles that like eitablishmauts Id New
York and BiMou are now conducted. He will adhera
strictly to the "ONE PRICK SYSTEM." Every
article will be msrked at the very "Lowell CHala
Price," and no variation will be made, unlesa for
damage. No misrepresentations or undue urging will
beallowed. It ia my eeteimination to do a straight
forward and honorable business, and freo from Iho
tricks io common to the trade, and to make my estab
lishment an ettractive and desirable resort to purchas
ers, lor anything under the name of Dry Goods.
No naina will h isiiwl In ,rAit. r .....
era witseal difey, such article which are net to be.
iwuiiu in una ni'kei,
Buving only from the Import t ri, tnd the best Whole
sale Houses in St. Louii. Mv selections ire mad
with gieat care, as io ,guo' 61 I. and cVatnUt..
1 will be in rev-eipt ot gumlt tvrtkfy so long at haviga
tion remains open. Which will enable ma at all timet
to have a complete assortment on hand, tor tho inanea
Hon of those wishing to purchase Fancy. Variety, aa I
Stapla Dry Goods. "
My stock cousistt, in psrt. as followat
PRIXTS.
Merrlmsck, Cocheco, Phillip Alleiii, Itaasiltoo'a
Lobe,J. Dunnell', American, Sprague, Globe, Man
:heser, Mavfielu, Providence, and Kloomdale, all of
which are 'Renowned' for Eelegtnce of Stylo. ,a
CoiW and durable, price rangin from 9 to 11.
Lavmt.
30 pj. from the eelebiated factory of Hart maim. I(V
l .. -.. v. i. . i . , . . '
w., . .my r.uioiiuio uuigiiam uwo. 9ci faiate.
Jacouet, 40c,
Derat DfSainti.
Fashionable Style VOc, Mc, 8S, and tot; for tuaar
6a. Si!!: Eeratpi.
Most beautiful patterns and fashionable styles, lie
3Sc.43o: Sattin, striped both ways. 5.V: plain, pink'
blue and blacs, 40c; fancy sila tissues. 40c; black, do
JOc.
Wool Ddama.
Htrbl Emporlam.
DaYID DEAN, ....
MANUFACTURER and dealer In Italian and
Aatericea Marble. He baa now on band a largo
MMrtaaent, aad will furnish on the shortest notice,
Marble Mantel Piece!
Fine Pariof and Chamber Gralesj
Counter and Wash Stand
.Oardea Vase,
Stataaryi
Aa4 avTri itlber oeeariptVoa of MARBLE WORK
XW.Stll OT Call aUi. Matbla Yard appotito
NEW GROCERY,
AT tha old ttand, the Baltimore Store, nearly!
ODDosite tha City Hotel, where may be found;
a food easonmeat of areeeriea ef tnm quality, as chsii as ihel
sliupnH. A waen tnty eae nu, mnn , ?-,;
kaeon., for all ofwhkh kihel ssarlrt ertee la ea-fci
m k uia ..a an id u low as tl any oilier bouaa la Ihe cllr.;
I respuirullf ask my friends aad Ins publM gsnarally W salli
aMM SMkarors parcaaeing ,,.
JyMVss JOHN I
JAMES.
BRANDY.
HTHIS Old rale aU Dark Braady for Mtdlelaal parpoees,
I foealeaheDniBreoi
KIDWELL'8
COMPOUND FLUID FXTItltT OF
Beech DroD. or Cancer Root.
rhtra srsdasily etiaadi-a ever ht whale body. I ke k irasisf
of ihe dleMM mh VMkmi ikai we dmaairad of savlna her
lose, sni limn ia nes oi aer tH. bim asa setaa ttVvr ar
eailr hrsa I ana arisr msiii lr saps, ant latin or 10 eottlea
of r.sralm'a Faaaeaa, and a thi qoaniliy of eyrn of Barsaa)'
sruia, soni m aieswe auuM wat sa m. tie was aoa
Odanl of Ik sums uf ihe Kaual ef Baeeh Deaa, aad I used
II. In three weeks ker eores wer all ksaled aad ate kad, ea
korrlbl M Un siiht, waa aooa df lad ap. Bke ss aiarrwd sow,
aad Slm.S wlik a koeiiky sasaifcrt aad ks em had the. toasa
yrenrra ei ir aiM trace.
PinK, green, Hue. blsck and mode. Sic.
SILKS.
Black, at $1.10. $1.15. $I.Lr). watered at $1 4
fancy fiauied, at u7c $1. Sl.lfl. $ li. and $.3: Flor
ence silks, all colors, Genghaus. n: ISJcrniiSc: Swisl
muslin. Yioloiy lav, n, Jaconet, Bard muslin, Kuibroi
eied Swim, Capnet.one piece aunerrtni; Whit Demi-
y: French working cotton, linen flost.
SUNDRIES.
Taper combrica, all colors: Ii ivh u,en: pillow cae "
Russia linen sheeting, 4, 70c: bleached sheetintr
10-4 and li 4: Table Diaper, 8-4: Bleached Muslins
crown ouceii-iK. a-nici aupcrnne 4-4 Ticiing SSc
Good 7-8. at lc: Cottona.lea n.l n. i. W.,'
Uren'swear, at U'ctlvJSc: 4-4 Blay Lilian.
A complete assortment ot
Ho$itryand Glortt.
French Embroidered Collais, I'ndersleevea, and L
C. Haiiilercheils: Linen llandkeirlieif., at 12c to 40e"
Fmbroidered do.Sl.iO: Silk Wils. at ai .a.
lls!04.
Hair and 7ooA Brushes.
A variety of Combs: Htf Dress Buttons, pearl do:
Aa-atat While and ftlnr.l .1 iIa... iU- a .... m
laice and Edging: I. isle and thread Edging: Swiat and
vvc, ... ... .8 .li., 1111111(1, itoio sac loaue: ivorr
Perloiater,at6c. '
A large assortmet ol SilX ParaeoU, C5e to ft
Latsl Slyla of Bonntt and Cap RMoiU
AltA'ftVB Alt hand tMnislaata !aJAisaf -...-.
... j w - eSeVUnVr WOna
tdt t 1 cent r Sttna Working C&ovaUt; erVrforfttt4
rry at 20c per Shrt.
r,xX Nott Pii Fancy n4 Blu Lttttr dt Foolt
WmrU KnltatstViaae: Ilat.a Wkii. J wt, aa
I" '"- " i, aa Ull! sXnq JSUh Qt
Steel tni Ivory Pen Holders: Cony Beotit hi &t ati
llafba fil.ttaa.fit 71 taaaal lws. Ctal. tv' '
JUacH ana Ktd Ink.
Handsome satin striped summer Vesta, at Mc ta tl-
a ama Tat f ailk riciirMl UI,.lVi. .in.. .
out.t;i,wor,b$l. "'"""'
Ladies' Misses' and Children!
Shoet fend altera.
From tha Boat eomrann In lk tia. !......
" ' J -- " - ww.. MW(W,1 IWIB,, BAM,
aad
A libeial discount aaadata thaaa u
The citiiens ol Hannibal, and Manoa and th. .
joining count.!,. retpectfuUv iolicit4 to u x
mfttilkn sftf Btt a-JfaBt fhal W its if tnt I Was. an
::7r ViT., .kV.TJi "r::""": w,y.
n.. . -.j uuraoiiny aad Micai mr
the (rooda will meet the approbation of
IT REMKMBEft tUi FLAG S1GN.SM Mmt
Dp Stair.
tpVat-aklj i. M. t8jr.
ajt gnway nvu ,

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