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HANNIBAL, MO.: SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
-The Pibilswrof Scott'i ISaekly Payer.
The lan,stJfarnilv Journal 'D the United
Slates, engaged by the very literal pa
tronage icsiowed upon his Taper for ihe
last serea years, and believing that the
great redffction ol postage will materially
aid in exuding the circulation of the la
Tosite fjrai'j newspaper, has spared neither
pains tor expense to make his popular
journd t more worthy of public patrwn
age. He has just put up a new steam-power
printing-press, which was manufactured to
order with an especial view to improve
the mechanical appearance of the Taper.
He has contracted with a new firm to fur
nish a ltter atticle of paper lhn has here
tofore been used. It is to be manufactured
on Fourdriniers machine expressly for
Scott's Wccklv Tar." He has decorat
ed the Taper with entirely new tyre, a new
reading, and new vignette cuts, increased
tha widteot the columns, and extended the
ixeof the paper. It is now pronounced,
L all who have seen it, to bo the handsom
st and cheapest paper in the uuiou. The
contents of the paper will continue to be
of the very higncst order of excellence.
Preparations have been mado whicli ena
ble the publisher to assuic the public that it
wu'.l never be behind with tmortant News
and anangemcnts have been effected with
ome ol the ablest story writers in the comi--trv,
both male and female, for a Scwns or
FinsT-!U Storks or. a variety of subjects,
in which, however, incidents connected
with the Revolution will constitute a prom
inent theme. There nre now on hand oi i
cinul articles from the first writers m the
tinted States, several of which are illustra
ted Xouvellettcs. a new feature one that
the publisher trusts will meet with the
Views of the reading public The selected
articles from foreign nugaxines are pencr
ailv the very same which appear in the
York mazarines, our weekly issues
civin- us great advantages in this respect,
doit's Weekly Taper has won wide lame
ana instructive uumv
five dollars a year,
the 'Caloric ajje,
ir, is a fact truly worthy Robb, Esq.; the Beauty and tho Ghoul, by
, which is just now bring I Ti of. J. II. Ingrnham : iRe Bride's Rowpi-.
ushered in. Of tho Knickerbocker Mnga-1 Anoymous for tho present; the Mysteri
xin, edited by Lewis Gavlord Clark, it is , ous Letter, by George Canning Hill, Eiq.
unnecessary 10 speau. ror twenty years; iiere is n series ot stones bv writers of
A bcnutiwUarge s'.ze mezzotint Engra
ving, "The llarves'.er's Departure," or The
llarvesture'.i Return,", at tho option of the
writer, will be forwarded to every person
scrvJinc us a club of Nine, or Twenty, with
the cash. To insure the paper at the club , it has been the most genial, humorous nnd ' acknowledged ability. No other tinner m
rates, which aro lower by 20pi cent, than , spicy 'monthly in the world; and the pres-, ever presented such a series. They will
any paper of equil size and character hascnt volume will be better than any which probably run through nearly half a year,
ever been ollcied at, the full complement . preceded it. The Ilnmo Journal, edited hv1 and will be accompanied and followed by
should bo offered at one time. Additions Geo. T. Morris and N. T.Willis, is well other shorter stories ot equal merit. The
to Hubs will be made at the same rates. known ns the best family newspaper in proprietors mean that no other iamiW r.
JO Postage must bo paid on all letters America; and the Musical World and Times, per shall excel it in useful rending. Tho
sent us. It is required, too, by tho present , edited bv kichnrd btorrs V illis, with Ijow- . best that monev and industrv can command
Geo. II. Curtis, Thomas Has- shall be given.
, T. Rradbury, Geo. F. Root, nnd Immense lvlition.
The circulation ot
writers contributing; nnd the ".Newspaper" has increased within the
postage Saw, that subscriber to wccklv , eh' Mason,
newspapers to avail themselves ol the lings, Win.
cheap postage, mut pay quarterly in ad- other musical
vanee. 1 he postmasters, who nrc author which gives, among other tilings, over !? lat tew weeks more rapidlv than ever be
ixd agents for Scott's Weekly Tupur, will . worth of music and a full course of instrtic-, foie ; and that it may not lose its character
explain the rates. j lion in harmony annually, is the very best of a news paper, bygoing to press a long
rjfjTCop'ms of Scott's Weekly Taper' musical journal ever published. These time before its date, we have procured two
wm be seut at specimens 10 any auaress : uirco publications win post a lamiiy up in aiammoiii printing machines, capable each
Address, A. SCOTT, PuhlUer,
No. Ill Chestnut Street, Thila., Ta.1 lure; inventions, discoveries; wit, humor, busily-employed in ceitiiii? them ron,l inv
fancy, sentiment; tho newest fashions and use, and expect to have them teadv for tho
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nuiur auracwoiis lor luuics; r.iimco new inn- next uumuer oi tlie ".ewspaner. With
i mi eo puuiicauons win post a lamity up in .wamnioui printing machines, capable each
j regard to everything worth knowing: Art,' of twenty thousand impressions per hour.
Science, Litcraluic; music, painting, scul- Tor the last two months wo have been
Harper'! New monthly Hacaiine.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAG-'
AZ1NE has alrendv reached
fir tlm S.ihiuith. r.linreh. nmi til nnrn.'iv nrri .1. ....I ;.,.
' regular riin;,loc. riviau' mil rrilirUuw nf Miwioil rnliiiiw lr cult nl' i..n ...I.'. J.
mon'.hly issne of more than 100,(K)i) COT-j Works, Terformera and Terformances; in wo hope to make the "Newspnr" in ap
IES, and is still steadily an I rapidly in-; short, the very pick and cream of Novell v, peuance all that wc labor to have it in sub-
creasing. I 'ie i uuiisiiei's nave enuuavorea, ; incident, Itistoiy, uiogrnpny, Art, Altera-. sinntml matter; and all for one dollar
by a well-directed use of the abundant re-1 turo and Science ; including whatever can year to single subscribers and at the
sources at their command, to render it the i bo given in periodicals to promote Healthy lowing lower rates,
most attractive and most useful Magazine Amusement and Solid Instruction in th; to i.in.
for popular reading in .he world ; and the family, and help to mako it Rotter, Wiser, Club of 0 copies,
exteai to which their efforts havo been f and Happier, may bo now obtained for rivnj Club of IS copies,
successful is indicated by the fact, that it ! hoi.i.rs. .Address DYER & W1LI.S, 357 . Club of Jil copies,
has attained n greater rirculation than any . Broadway.
similar pernHlical ever hsuci.
Special cllorts wil1 bo made to render it
still moro interesting and valuuble during
I Club of "27 copies,
" Club of U I copies.
Prosaectas to Do Bow's Revlow.
Aft .ft. .ft f .1 lift.
Adaptca to tno outnern ana western 1 ciubof ,ri coi ies
l hid ot i,' copies.
Inisincss. to hjiht literature, ana
to the various matters which contribute to
the tormation of a complete family fireside
companion, iu which amusement and in
struction predominate. Its original domes
t c stories have acquired for it a wide popn
hritv, and, as a vehicle of the earliest news,
it possesses a worth not exceedea bv any
oiVr paper of Us c'iarac;er in tho tinted
the coming year. Ju addition to the usual ' i no union , imi.uu.uy w.u oi qix of 75 copie, ... 50
ample and choice selections of Foreign and j foreign nJ , The amount of sul.cription must be in
Domestic Literature, nn increased amount . pny. b Svance ; aAvauc-a,,,i hl caso a V
ol Original Matter, bv the ablest American ataiper annum, iu advance. thin one war
Writers, will be hereafter furnished. The ID" Complete sets of tho work, ten vol- ... . , , ,
number of Pictorial Embellishments will,rnes bound handsomely, and tor sale at ' JPVm MOV? t ST
be increased; still greater varietywill be , the othce, New Orleans, and w.ll bo sup. TnJ;):,.
civen to Its literary contents ; its Editorial ; P"ea on order, neiivoramo in any 01 the , ,,. .. . . . - -
1 urv 111 o iu iiirvii- -
1-...o.l m nil tha interests oil
iiwspapcr,uc.v- ; I MU!lini.oin dpnartm:
faither enlarged ; and no labor or expenso hiable repository of practical intormalion !
will bo auili li,rSe c,,ies r towns.
will be spared to render it in every way, Vs"''"? r country, and should have a
place in every public and private library.
A few sets only remain.
The Review is now rapidly growing in
Greatly increased in size, and improved
in elegance and merit. Edited bv Mrs.
Ann S. Stephens, and Ciirm:s J. Tctw
h publishes Yaluablo Recipes and 1 '
Hints for houscwiicry. cooking, pre-,
and in nil respects, still more worthy of the
extraordinary favor with which it has been
1 X' XT t .......
owes its success to the fact, that it presents improvements in the coming year, in ire, ' 1 IT lZ iV detcrm,uf
r - .m.n..ni;if J matter, and ainearanco. The follow nc1 tl,c rWshers to anaro 110 expense lor the
ELKO . NT StVlO, and at a CHErHR " icaumg umsiuni:
circulation, and will oxliibit many great ! so.sv . T',.'a rent increase in tho circulation
j I. Litkuatukk. Criticisms essays, poa- cre,s!
United try, sketches of fact and fancy, summaries Rrat rv '
r,m " . , -....ismi. n,v KAvivrNrn thn M.iPiiy.ine bv ot loreiCn nnd domestic news, movementa 0
1 i.r vnniii. ana conianis ' .- j .. c: - -j ;, , i,iiiBniiiu
It is! Subscribers inanv part of the Ur
II. Co erck. Its history, laws and
statistics, commodities, shipping, natiga
sheets records ol new inventions.
III. Auriou.ti rr. Discussion
serving, cleaning Furniture, 6ic, &c
iZalin anv ! mail for three cents a number, or thirty-six j in New O, leans, &o
"Er Z mL Chronological tables of his- cents a year postage, ei. her ot the Tublish
y..ir journal. s j ,l lln,,l;ftll.isi. or lWiodical Airents.
torical events, scintillation oi nrnw;, r " lion, treaties, tariffs, exports and imjMrts
ojraphiesof distinguished men ol the past) hat can be got tor FVC Dollars ! ! trade of the South and West, home -aimi
end present century ue . . Un(,ersigned have entered into an
ortant Mucnu rc, P,,,w"' .: '.,.... hv wl.h thev acree to fur.
. .iiuiiKv""-'" J " " 4 r .T
nisn me lvuiCNcroocer .uiigiituir, v """-
eurnl, (weekly,) nnd the
and Times, (weekly;)" Jp
It M its success to the : new subscribers, at the very moueraie price
at amouujt to
nnd that its literary and news con-1 to.
HV - . .
i- .ts have met the wants ot the creai mass
of the American people, by comlnuing in
terest. Instruction, and amusement to a de-
rrte hitherto unequalled
' 1 ensuing year, in order still lurlher to in.
tit ht. Ho will therefore, arid
tohe number of partes, without. a
agazines have done, decreasintr tha
quantity or elegance of the embellishments. :
Ao 100, wn remain a dollar lesa
'-- U cotcmpararies. As the postage
nn is less, he iooks for 100.000 smWriUr. I
v . i- a .
f. nn mrt of iu regular contents, I nh the Kn.ckcrboc
sVo v Sv pper has readied a cir-lk.) the Home Jmii
rrl-tii i uralleU in the history of simi-. Miwca orld an,
c;.l..tmn tuparai . subscnbePit 8l ,
PuUisihcr or the Knickerbocker.
MORRIS & WILLIS,
Publishers of the Home Journal.
DYER & WILMS, , ,
tilbrt will be made to increase iu merit in puuuhm of ihe Musical World and Times,
.AnAtiiflB toils constantly increasing r-s . i . 357, Broad wy Nsw-York
.V...1. .vim)t low price, and
te uno.ui . v . . ,c
this largrt-circulatiou Ilia puun.uc ,u
TF RSI'S :
cotton, lice, suimr. tobacco, hemp, Indian
corn, wheat, shivery and slave laws,
JVMxofacti:rk Tiogiess of Mr;?
ufartures In tho South and West.
Ir.krual Imprvvrmrnt, Canals, Rs
roads, plnnkreads.gonral intciv.ommuuicv 5
tion uth and West in the Union aV
abroad. f " ,
VI . Statistics. Complete tables upo w ! ;
of the above heads of population, resbhr- l
ces, wealth, mortality, blacks and whit,;
kViC , 1
Vive Groat NovaUttes. Great -.Attraction
Some five or sit weeks ago, -e an
nounced, that we would publish live first
class novelottes. written expressly for the
"Dollar Newspaper." Four we had in
hand at the time, and the filth has since
The hrst ts now
Oiwl LRarvry ni attUtio OocihiaMita.
Arrangements have leen made to fuiN
nish the Knickerbocker Magaxiae.the
Home Journal, and the New York Musical
WnrM nnd Times." to new. subscribers, tor
r- a.u . Tna rlvmin liir.r.i rome into our possession.
Z wflh a Jv;u.,eariy,half though, and ha .everywhere
KSerU iZ ? wW been renounced a story reat merit,
nat S aStM Eal World and Times. THe Tollowlng is the order ffff
sJmakJS rmWM thaiuauarrates.- ' The Migrant Squire, by P. Ha.nilton
TfeaSraSSork, can be obtained for Myen.&q.; the Mad ArtiU, by John R.
' ions lusirely in this Maga- 1
H now the only Magazine which
'-red steel-plate fashions regu
ch it added a full lettepress !
iwii information on all tho ;
rccert ed diiect from Londo- ;
il wWu Uow 18 .fc;v
t take this periodical. n' ?V
. 3, It k the only ouu..., Vr-iU-ii.uker.-niilliuer,
etc., it is inv
' ' ' ". nam.
lost 4t4lo and original of the m be
y s. The Klerary' department will 5 up,
.: . . ' ?ric!.al, instead of being made o'onir
a 1 s'.s otlnf magaiines, of se'.t twe
....i.,i.ltoria,j During the las;csscUly
years, Xttls 7t):iaziue has been conlesi It has
the Wst'iii t country for Ladies. Itvcls in
pvbluhod mre brilliant tales and novejes lo-thnrperiod,-
than all its cotemporar better
guther. During lS5i it will be the best
than ever. Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, tnulhor of
romance writer in America : the ail contrib
Dora Athorton," and others, will domestic
nte exclusively for IS33. The os famous ,
stories for which this magazine is of Ella,
will be continued from the pens
Concluded on FouHh rage