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HANNIBAL, MO.: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1853.
"Down Gws the Price P
lIek Itltt ladl Praflfa.
'rfceap rMh Stare, on Bird, betwee
, . main and Tinrrt streets,
TK8 SUBSCRIBER fetnrn bit sincere Ibanks to
Ike eitkxenj of Hannibal and vicinity, fairtic
.r)f I Ik LddU$," lor Iheir liberal patronage, aod
'lops to ar a eoetimialjon ol '.he same.
' ' The proprietor will conduct hi) business on lb sam
plan Mi pitnerple that like es.sblishmerits ia If e
York n4 float on are now cwd.ieted. H will educe
:rielly to the "ONE PRICE SYSTEM." Eeoej
article will be marked l tb very M Lwril Casts
Price," and no variation will bo nude, union for
damage. No mirrcpreaentations or endue urging will
allowed. i is my determination to do straight
forward and honorable business, and free front the
tricks a o common to the trade, an J to eiake or estab
lishment'so sliraetive and desirable retort la purcuaa
en. Ur anything under the name of Dry Goods.
My stock couuels.io part, a fallow:
Prin:,vr-iy aivleand color, He to 1 Me, for tbe beet
Merisucs awl Cicheco; Furoiluro do, e to (e,
. madder coleifj olid graeo, yellow, blue and buff, 12jcj
mney Flench oil Cbuiti, lie; bigb colored, faibions
lc Moasline de Line, He, iSe, lr, tc. 19c.23c
aad lie Cathmerra, 28e t fanejf faabiooable figured
Ortat Silka, $1, $1 10, and $ I 20; black Grode Rhine
Silk, 24 ineh, 1. 1 do $1 3H Horetwe Bilks, all col
ore, 3ie Oil silk lie per yard. Jaconet Moa'iat lie
teiSr; Pined do, 124c to :; .iperfioe Bleached Mua
li,7c, c. 10c, ISe.and lie; Beached Sheet ing.th re -vaM
iie, 40c; bum Brown Shirting, ile, life. le
id 16e; deary No. 1 Biown Sheeung. I 7e, 4-4 Se
-4 lu,c ; fil e biown and bleached drill, 10e t brown
Uaulou Flannel, good, lie; Bleached do. 12c f Brown
do for Jiuing. U',c; White Flannel, all wool, 2Hc, Joe,
lit. o. &oc; Red 15, 30 and 15 t yellow, 33c.
Plaid Lmsers, IV, We, 40e. Fine aCy. Jean 3le,
Tweel CJiiiur,Oc nod 70c. Black Cinet70e.
Shirting and Apron Cbecki, 10 to IJ j tup. Ticking,
I, lav a 4 16 S-3e. Freucb Gingham, Ue lo Sac.
Fur lruli Linen, aoft tail, 4oc, We, 6jt and 70e ;
dev colored do, 4-4,3'JC Linen TowetJJiaoer, 14
enmso brown Linen Table Clothe, $1 nod $1 40 per
pair. Fine Na:i'een 1C black, green, changeable
and .!ov e-lotel fcoglitb Merino, 40e,S0ornd -4
frtc. K.aii. black and figured changembleMohaw !-
tree, Tic, 3dr. 40c, bSe.and 65a. Fringe aU awlora,
id wuib,lrom ( incoio ma iwi
Ti.ct: b'ltk at from 1 cejil V J Jard-javi, tw
hi Certain Fringe ele 12JC Silk LaeeJOe
U4i. i tViton Eileinita and Lace tt to I0c LadieV
t Embioi lered Collara It l-2e to ejOc; Mournifig
J i? t.l lu Jttr. Gtuli' faiuionable Liuen btim-loi
eira. 3 cen; e:lit lo bliirt-Bom U l-e each;
b.. Mu.liii ami l.inrn Cambric Handkerchiefs, 10c
to 35e ; 5il no 35c to b5e t lance CravaU 50e SI
vni P aid Ue Lama do. Jx per doien, tmmta
eottoa ttt llandkerebiefa, 6 eeulti plaid Madia do,
A beautiful large ilze mezzotint' Engra
ving, "The Ilarrei'.er'a Departure,wor"'i1ie
Ilarrctture's Return,' at the option of the
writer, will be forwarded to every person
IttVtljng ua a jn f Nine, or Tvren ty , with
the cash. To insure the paper at the club
rates, which are lower bv 20 pet cent, than
any paper of equal size and character has
eyer been offeied at, the full complement
should be offered at one time. Additions
to Hubs will be made at the same rates.
QjT Postage must be paid on all letters
sent us. It is required, too, by the present
postage law, that subscribers to weekly
newspaperi, to avail themselves of the
cheap postage, mutt pay quarterly in aJ-
vance. ' J he postmasters, who are author
ized agents for Scott's Weekly Paper, will
explain the rates.
O" Copies of Scott's Weekly Paper
will be sent as specimens to any address
Address, A. SCOTT, Publisher,
No. Ill Chestnut Street, Phila., Pa.
five dollars a year, is a fact truly worthy
the 'Caloric' age, which is just now being
ushered in. Of rba Knickerbocker Maga
zine edited by Leiwif Gay lord Clark, it is
unnecessary to irpeak... For twenty years
it has been the most .genial, humorous, and
spicy 'monthly in tire world; and the pres
ent volume will be better than any which
preceded it. The Home Journal, edited by
Geo. P. Morris and N. P. Willis, is well
known as the best family newspaper in
America; and the Musical World and Times,
edited by Richard Starrs Willie, with Low
ell Mason, Geo. H. Curtin, Thomas llas-
IILVLK FAILING REMEDY!!,!
A CRIPPLE SICTS ADF. HIS CIU'TCHES AF-
TKR TEX YfJJJSSUFFKKING.
Copy of n Letter from Mr. Tbooipaon. Chemist, Liv
erpool, oaiea August 7wn, isas.
.: l' ... n li. II I ( i To ProfcuKH Hollow at.
...a, ........ulauUu,jlucU. """""I Dt 6ie I am enabled to (utvsh you with a mxtl
Other IPUllCal writers Contributing; and extraordinary cine effected by Joir inraluabla (Mnt
whidl Ilives, among Other things, over $23 , "' nJ h toniabes eeery person ae-
worth of munc and a Tud cour.,e or instrun. ; w. t ,iminlI, cf tiiatj klr,f ia H
tion in harmony annually, i the Very best thrown lrm b s bora, whereby be rereirtd eery sti
musical iouma! ever published. These I ou ')"; be bad the bet medical advice at the
,,. mi . t -i- 'line, and aa afterward an iutmata rf different in-
three publications will pwt a family up in , mlut yti pe mmr j, , mil,t.
regard toeverything worth knowing: Art, i nut runuiug tiler settled in bis hip, which so
Science, Literatuie; music, painting, sculp- j coinpieicly c.iP.led him, that be could ""tooee w.ib-
. t out crutches lor nearly 10 years t recently be beean to
ture; inventions discovenei; wit, humor, . Uie youf ointment an 4 puis, which ba now healed
fancy, Sentiment; the newest fashions aud ' the Hound, strengthened hi. linib, and enabled him to
other attractions for ladies; ehoice new tnu-; ! .. awitb U. erutchee, .othat b. can walk with
. , , , . , i ' tbe erea'etl ease, aud w ith lenesred l.ealih al virour.
sic for the eabbath, the church, and ths (8ened) J. thomps'jn.
fireciies; reviews and criticisms of Musical : A Musi' KXTB AORDiy AHV CL'KE OF A
l-,r,... A P,r,.,,.c . : DREAOFt'l. SkllN DISEASE WHK.X ALL
""'! a ciivimcia .v. t.. .v., ,u METHCAI. AIM H A II FAILED
Hird, Draper, of Keady,
is ami oicouiiy bus iinui iu- anori, me very in cream vi .uveuy, iCopy a Ltter Iron Mr. Hird, Draper, ul
The Publishers have endeavored, Incident, Ilislorv, DiWraphy, Art, Litera-I - '."law Gamsbro', dated Match ut, IS52.
Harper's New Honthly Majatlne.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAG
AZ1NE has already reached a regular
monthly issue of more than 100,030 COP-
IE, and is still steadily and rapidly in
rreaainf. 1 he l'uh
l n r .1 i i.. ' ..i To profeaaaw Hollowat.
oy a wen-jireticu ui. ui mc uuu.iua.ii ,c- iure ana ocience ; incruaing wnaieer can j hl . M UtD. glnce on, of mJ efcidren w tf.
sources at their command, to render it the be given in periodicals to promote Healthy ' flirtrd wnb dieadi'ui eruption over the body and
most attractive and most useful Magazine ! Amusement and Solid Instruction in the un"' l obiain-d the advice of everal oaiineot Sjr
for popular reading in the world; and the j family, and help to make it Eetter. Wiser, ;EJ rSSlT,!:;:.
extent 10 wnicn ineir euoris nave ucen ' ana Jlappier, may te now outainea tor rive and riiis, and without exag(criion, the tfet was mi
successful is indicated by the fact, that it ; dollars. Address DYER de WILLS, 357 i '"'. peravering m their u, all the emp-
I f inns ntiirlrl aHt-inruraril. And that thil.t xa ratalfauul
r I " "
U rwilect hraib.
I nra v mnalte loaf thiM frAM A in liar afrirnrilaint
PrOiVeCtBI tO De BOW'S BevleW. andl brmU believe, bad I in ber cae adopted your
Adapted to the Southern end Western ! m'cines .ho would hav. too saved .i. I ..l b
" . .... - hann to leMifv the truth of Ibis to anv ma-nrer
AND AX A f TO XI SKI Mi CCRi". OI-" AN
Oi-U LAUV hKVriNTr VKAR3 OF AtiE
OF A BAULKU.
Copy of a LeUerfrom Messrs. Walker aad Co., Cheaa-
bas attained a greater circulation than any
similar periodical ever hsued.
Special efforts wil1 be tnade to render it
still more) interesting and valuable during
the coming year. In addition to the usual
ample and choice selections of Foreign and
Domestic Literature, an increased amount
JS 1-.V Fi.cy Satin Striped Vests.oie; do silk fii
iiiea nlwor.'.ed. heavy, for winter, SI pervet; elvel
eui.beutf. $1 50; Blanket Overcoat, $1 5'J; 400
yaidi fancy fatbaonablo Vestines, eneap vest, voai
and i'ant Huttons. Agate Shirt do, S doxeu for 5 cenu.
Z'.-pbyr Wor!ed, 1 cent per skein. Infant', Miaa
o' aiid Ladies' Cotion and Yarn Hose; do do lilovea,
Wen's Beiliu Lined, 30c; grey and red clouded Knitting
Teres; Silk Arm Elas tic; Mi"' aad Ladies' Col
L.y S ale Shawla, $3, S3 S3, S 40, S2 M, Si W;
St.- doual no, 0 io; SID all yam au -"- , iw
Needle, the best brmnda assorted in paper, Sc; rteel
Kaittiae I'in,5 cent perdoxeu; Pin,aorted,4el
ilk axt cotton Cmet Lacei; Ladies' aad Gentlemen'
Peii-Mc.iiie! Mohair Coal Binding ; 7 tio black
Co'.'.en Tape, at 3 cent per dozen. Cum Suspenders,
item 10c :o 6Cc. While Lineo Braid, three bunches for
Scents: hkein Silk, Patent and Coiion 1 breads, nil
olora; CoaK; Spool Cotton; Letter. FooUcap auo
Ptrferaled Paper; S:ecl Pros, Pen bolder, Drawing
Pencils. Slate d.91 Copy Boom and Red Ink; Cltathand
lash. CaP, 25e to 60c; M R- Fur Caps,0c lo 11 25,
JT' Kip Blurt, SI 40 and SI 60 per pair; Men' do
S2 3Q Ji.fula' Miaa and Ldiea' Laced Boots j
Mise' tewed and Per.ed Bippere, Noa. 10.11, li,
it, sua a, at ccnia p fM -"J- . -Siecansi
Cotton Batting JUc, pound buncues; while
avid tiw coloted silk Buonel Wire; Cotton do, Me
Utic Eylets, KceuU per black Hat Crape; H-Ji
Bruea,2j, 4?e, Sfie, tjtle. Redding Combs; Tuck
do Fine do, 6c to 2Jc. Velvet Trimmi..g ; lioruie
Kibaoa. aad assorted color Luteatring do. Buckski
Moray Hell, 30c; Luubiwotl sod bilk Uuder-hsiirt
' libeial diaeount maJe to Iboae tying te sell again.
Tbeeitixeua oi Hannibal, and Marion aud tbe ad
joining eountie,eie repeetfully wliciUd lo an exam-
' iaatton of my tok on visiting tbe city. I tUtier my
lf that the style, elegance, durability nd prices
. ah coed will meet tbe approbation ot an.
fJ-KEMEMU1ER TH FLAG S1UX. Bird
AU.I1VU IV tl,9 UUUlllbl II Ml. ' II IIIVIU ' , . . i . .... .
r , . : . i. r liapny lo letify tbe truth of this to anv OTq-iirr
ftlates of the Union ; including statistics ofj (siS,d) j. HIRD, D a
loreisn and domestic industrv ami enter-: ctniAi KKan-.or nmstuss
prise. Published monthlv in No w Orleaus, !
oi Original Matter, bv the ablest American . at S5 fier annum, ia advance. j
Writers, will bo hereafter furnished. The: DLr Compete sets ol the work, ten vol-;
! number of Pictorial Embellishments will umes, bound handsomely, aul fr sale at;
I . . . .1 iy aV ..Aftl J 'Is I
be increased ; slill greater variety will be ine oiuce, .ew wneans. an i ui ue suj-
civen to its literary contents; its Lditoruil P"ea on oruer, oeiivermiie in uuy
an.) Micrpllanemn Henartin-iits will be slill lariie citie or town'.
Thev are an ineva-
To Profassor HotLOwav.
Dea a Sia, Among Uie numerous eares i farted by
Ilie use nf your valuati.e indirins in the ncililor
lijod we uuv m-ution that of an olii Udr linsir i i
Hi Vill.-c ul Preslon, about bv inilrs from hi
r-.il,r on,rra.l . .n,l mi Irilu.r nr mnnnM Juabie reoositorv of praclicill information Citv. rhe luJ ulcerated woumls iu herha-ioi many
will be sR. to render it in every 'way. i guarding our country, and should have ..-
and in all respects, still more worthy of the 'place io every public aud private library. rp,jiy eik-i,,e way under the suffering endured. Iu
extraordinary favor with which it has been A lew sets oniy remain,
received. 1"n 'kview is now rapidly growing in
H.rfes's New Mostuly. Maoazise circulation, and will exhibit many great
owes its success to the fact, that it presents improvements in the coming year, in size,
mobb reading matter, of u better qualitv.i matter, and aj pearance. The following
m .f aivlp. an, I at n niKA-a. i are Its leadinc tlivisinus
rate, than any other publication
Subscribers in anv part of the United
States may now receive the Magazine by t
I. Literati-re. Criticisms, essays, poe
try, sketches of fact and fancy, summaries
of foreign and domestic news, movements
I for tiiree cents a number, or thirty-six; in New Oileans, fcc-
j Vp Stair.
THE rXUIAN CHIEF
AT HIS NEW HOME,
-A GAIN offei hi Pip? Welcomo to
r bi rjumerou rnat. r
rbemUeall at hi WIGWAM, SooeS Dai new
.bnaUing. in Commercial R, "ber uy u 1b4
'large assortment of .
'. i svtrrr
-r l:,v ; fc ld rkeao. Peraoos nfcowt to
".aaigrUt o Calilonu. nnd wiabiflC U. Tj"
eltve wiLh tb above article, will En it t their lo-
loyesi to ree-.ooi'J" " ,71 ,
. a. I tail's
cents a year postage, eitner oi tne ruoiisii
ers, the Booksellers, or Periodical Agents.
What can be got for Five Dollars ! !
The undersigned have entered into an
arrangement by which they agree to fur
nish the Knickerbocker Magazine, (month
lv.) the Home Journal, (weekly,) and tlie
- . . a. . a... I I ft .
aiusicol World and limes, (weeny,; to
new subscribers, at the very moderate price
of five dollars a year for the three publica-j
lions; an orders enclosing that amount io
Dyer & Willis, will be promptly attended
l SAMUEL IIUESTON,
Publisher of the Knickerbocker.
MORRIS & WILLIS,
Publisher of the Home Journal.
DYER & WILLIS,
Publishers of the Musical World and Time,
257, Broadway Efew-York.
- faaad literary Mat AxtaslU Ceahfantie.
Arrangements have been made to fur-
nub the Knickerbocker Magazine, tne
Home Jouraal, and the New York Musical
World and Times, lo new subscribers, for
five dollars a year ! This is cheap litera
ture, tritls a veogeance. The Knicker
bocker Vs $3 per annum; the Home Jour
nal; f3t.aod.the Musical World and rimes,
$3 making $3 year at the usual rates.
That l)ree tc)i wo obttinad for
II. Co at a race. Its history, laws and
statistics, commodities, shipping, naviga
tion, treaties, tarilfs, exports and imports,
trade of the South and West, home oud
III. AcRicrLTCBE. ttscussion upon
cotton, lice, sugar, tobacco, hemp, India'
corn, wheat, slavery and slave laws, oicf
IV. MAii-rAeTiBKs, Progiess o '
ufactnres in the Sooth and West.
V. Internal Improvements.- Canals
roads, plankroads. general interc-omrr
tion -South and West in tbe Uoi
VI. Statistics. Complete tables uj
of the above heads of population, i.
ces, wealth, mortality, blacks and wb.
tin. li,iie!sii.g condition sh bad r.couiae to yom
Oiuiuifiit and Pills, and by the aisinc of ber
Irienilr, Mas enabled to persevere in their use, until she
received a pcilect cure. We have ourselves been
greatly aitonubed at tbe effect upou so old a person,
she being above 70 ears of a;e. We shall b happy
to satisly any enquiries as lo the authenticity of I ft is
really wuuiierlul cae, eillier personally or by letter.
A private in the l!lb Police Force, also, tsi b-i-s
peiltctly cured ot an old scoibutic (tfectioo ia ill
face, alier all oilier means bad failed. Ha ata'es that
it is entirely by the use of your Ointment, and apaaks
budly io its praise.
Vi e remaiu, Dear Sir,
April 6:b, lM. (Signed) WALKER, a CO.
Tue Pill ibould be used conjointly with the Oiniiuaut
iu moat ot Hi tollowuig cases :
Fire Great novelettes. -Great
Some five or six weeks ago, we an
nounced that we would publish five first
class novelettes, written expressly for the
"Dollar Newspaper." Four we had in
band at the time, snd the fifth has since
come into our possession. The first is now
nearly half through, and has everywhere
been pronounced a story of great merit,
The following is the order of publication:
The Emigrant Squire, by P. Hamilton
Myers, ln tbe Mal Artist, bf Jeha S.
Eitabhsbment of Professor Helioway,
ear Temple Br,) Xndon, end by all
edieinas throughout tue Uuiled Males,
e . 87c. aud l.iec. each. Wholesale
iil Drug bouses io lb L'uiea; by Maur.
4aaaa. New York.
glueit i a coua uie cable aavicg by taking tb;
, vr sues.
S. B. Bireetione for '.be guidance of patten's in
every disorder as afflaed to eacti Pot. (mch!7wly j
jahks m. m aaaia.
IK1PLE1T, M FADIN .Ot.,
CommbsBion and Forwarding Merchants
. 10, Commercial Street, ,
(aiTwcaa riKi akd wskhikutosi avsacu,)
ST. LOUIS. MO.
DcsJmla Hemp, Pork. Lard. Bjcou. Flour, Oram g,r.
Cafib advance made on coiiemr'i lor aa)
ian27J . here, or to oui friouus SJUlbwi E'l. ' 3m
DR. M. F. BROWN.
PRACTITIONER of Medic'iuo In all iUlaanclr m
Omce at tbe Drug Store of . 8- Braiwei 4V ' Jo.
Keeideoce, aajLaSwf SJoracT Bied end TUltd fas'
HainrraML, ate. (Ami$Mif