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HANNIBAL, MO.: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1853.
MD?i Goes the Price J"
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wlek emit Kaill arCta,
e)eap rash Store, on Itlrd, betvree
Mala and Third Ktrcctt,
ir UP 8T.URS. XI
PHE SUBSCRIBER return bii ameer thanks to
X ' ttto citizen of Haneibal ml vicinity, 'Pr1ie.
' .)rrt I Iht Laiif," for their liberal patronage, and
op lr merit a continual io) bt (be nine.
' 'The proprietor will eonduel hli'btt-ine- in the lata
Stan and principle that lik rtta'blltbiiXHU Id Ne
York and Boiton are now conducted. He will adhtr
atrietly ta the "ONE PRICK SYSTEM." Kmi
rtiete will be marked at the very "loweit Ulh
''Price," and 110 variation will be made, unle for
damage. No misrepresenlatloni oHfrnlue urging will
beallowed. It if my deteiminaliori to do a straight
forward and honorable business, and free from the
trick lo common to the trade, and to' make my estab
liihmenl an ttlractire and desirable feiort to purcba
r. for anything under the name of Dry Goods.
My itock couiits,in part, ai follow:
Print, every style and eolor.Se to llje.for the best
Merimacs and Cocbeco Furniture do, 6e to HJc,
madder colersj lolid green, yellow, blue and buff, 12 jej
latiey French Oil Chint, a7c high colored, lashion.
kl Mouiline de Liinei, He, 15c, 1c, We. 19c, 23c'
aud lies Cabmeret, 28c ; Uney fasbion.ble figured
Dree S.lka, $1,$1 10, and $ 2u black Urode Ulnne
Silk, 2J inch, $1, t do $1 ij Florence Silkt, all col-,
re. 35 Oil Silk lie per yard. Jaconet Minimi 13c
&fj Barred do.lSjctoiBc; BHperhti Bleached Mill
tin, 7e, Vc, lUe, I2e, and 16e; Bleached Sueeting.thre.
yarda wide, 40c ( fine Broo Sliirting, Inc. t lie l:Jef
and ISc heavy No. 1 Blown Sheeting, 7e, 4-4 8c
-4 101c i fine brown and bleached drill, lc hi own
Oanteu Flannel, good, lie j Bleached do, lie Brown
do for lining. I3le; White Flannel, all wool. 28c, 30e,
c, tna. Sue j Red 25. 30 and 35et yellow, 33c.
Plaid Lineeyi, ISr, 2(lc, 40c. Fine Itv. Jeaua 33c.
'Tweed Casiimeres, 60c and 70e. Black Ciinet70c,
Shirting and Apron Checks, 10 to laej iup. Ticking,
X. oc and 18 2-3c. Freuch Gingham, Ut to 2)c.
Pur Iriah Linen, iofl finish. 45, 50c, 65c and 7i)e
dove colored do, 4-4, 30c j Linen Towel Dianer, l.'jr;
emmen brown l inen Table Clothe, $1 and $1 40 per
pair. Fine Nankeen 10c t black, green, changeable
and dare colored Englith Merinoes, 40c, SOc, and 5-4
Sa. Plain black and figured changeable Mobair Lua
, J5e, 0c, 40e, bic.and 65c. Fringes, all colore,
bc..aiid widlh,frem ( inch to the luost laihionabie
inch; black at from 1 cent to $1 per yard- u ,60
a!nt while Curtain Fringe 8c to I2cj Silk Lace i0c
to 4!k i Cotton Edging and Lace He to 10c j Lidi
Swia Embroidered Collar 12 l-2e to -.Ocj Mourning
de 17 l-ita WJC. Genta fashionable Linen bhirl-Col
air, centa a:hjdo Sbirt-Bonomi, 12 1 -2c each j
Miitlin and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 10c
Ir. 35e i Silk to 35e to 84c $ fane- Cravats SOc to $1 j
Fancy Plaid De Laine do, U5c per dozen, aemmcd)
ton flag Handkerchief, 6 rei.nl pla'd Madiat do,
t l-2e. Fancy Satin Striped Vta,ae j o aim n
Mre and woMled. heavy, lor wmter,$l per veat; Velvet
JioundabeuU, $1 50; Blanket Overcoat!, ft 50 4u0
yaula fancy f.Uiunabla Vealin(i, cheap Vest, Coal
and Pant Buttona, Agate Shirt do, 3 dozen for 5 ceuta.
Zephyr Worateda, 1 cent per akein. InUnlt', Mi-
and Ladie Cotton and Yarn Hoae; d do Ulovea.
Men'l Berliu Lined, 30c; grey and red cloudad Knitting
Ternij Silk Arm Elaatica) Minata' aud Lailiea Coi
Bay Stale Sl.awlf, $!, 2 S $3 40, $2 50, V 90:
(hie double do, $6 20 j email yarn do JOc j Brage
Scarfs, tOc. ... . , ,
Nedles,lhe belt brands aasorted in paper, 5c; steel
Knittiag Piua, i cent nerdoaeii Pma, amorted, 5 clj;
silk and cotton C net Laeetj Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Port-Monaieet Mohair Coal Binding t 7 K"m black
Oatton Tape, at 3 cents per doxen. lium Suspende-N,
from 10a to 60c. White Linen Braid, three bunches for
s cents t Skein Silk, Patent and Cotton Threads, el
.i. . rn.t. Rnaol Cottoni Utter. Foolscap and
Perforated Paper Steel Pens, Pen holders, Drawing
pencils, Slate doiCopy Booasand Red Ink; Clothan.l
iPlaib Caps. 85c toUc; M- R. Fur Caps,6'Jc to $1 25;
Boys' Kip Bootf, SI 40 aud $1 50 per pair; Men's do
4-2 20; Infanta' Muse,' and Lilies' Laced Boots :
Misses' oewed and Peijed Slippers, Noa. 10,11,12,
13, I and 8,t 35 cents per pair; Boys' and Men'
Hrerans ; Cotton Batting 10c, pound bunches; white
and st' aw colored silk Bonnet Wire; Cotton do; Me
lalic Kylets. Scents per gross, black Hat Crape; Hau
HrBihe,25c, 40c, 50e, 60c. Redding Combs; Tuck
dot Fine do, be to SOc. Velvet Trimming; Bonn
Ribbon, and Miorted color Luieatrinr do. Buckakt
Mory Belt, 10c, Lambwol ana Sik Under-Shirl
A Ub'l dicunt snade to those bying to sell again.
The! ditlaeii ol Hannibal, and Marion and the ad
jeiainftouiiti,er respectfully solicited to an eiam
inatielaf my toek on visiting the city. 1 flatter my
eelf thai ibe style, elegance, durability and price o
in rood a will meet the approbation of all.
ET Rg,ttJtMBE THE FLAG SIGN. Bird rtreat
Abenutiful large tize mezzotint Engra
ving, "The llarvei'er'i Departure," or "The
HarveslUrfe's Ileturn,' at the option of the
writer, Will be forwarded to erery penon
lending u a I'.lub of Nine, or Twenty, with
the cash. To Insure the paper at the club
rate, which are lower by U(J pel cent than
any paper of. equal tize and character has
eyer been ofTeied at,, the full complement
should be ottered at one time. Additions
to clubs will be made at the same rates.
EQ Postage must be paid on all letters
sent us. It is required, too, by the present
postage law, that subscribers to weekly
newspaper!, to avail themselves of the
cheap postage, must pay quarterly in ad
vance. The postmasters, who are author
ized agents for Scott's Weekly Paper, will
explain the rates.
CO" Copies of Scott's Weekly Paper
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Address, A. SCOTT-, Publisher,
No. Ill Chestnut Street, Pl.ila., Pa.
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.1 THE INDIAN CHIEF
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igrt to Clllori, sni wUbing .fWjM",:
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Musical World and Times, (weekly,) to
new subscribers, at the very moderate price
of five dollars a year for the three publica
tions; all orders enclosing that ainouut to
Oyer it Willis, will be promptly attended
PuHinher of the Knickerbocker.
MORRIS & WILLIS,
Publisher of the Home Journal.
DYER & WILLIS,
Publiaher of the Musical World and Times,
257, Broadway New-York
Braa! Literary and ArtliUl Combination. '
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A CRIPPLE SETS AJIDE HIS CRUTCH AF-
1KK I t.S I Wit SUFI A.KINQ.
Cap of a Letter frost Mr. Thompson, Clieaaist. L
erpool, dated August Krta, 1 J3.
To Professor Hoixowat,
Dtaa Si a I an enabled to funieh foil with u.ot
eitraordinary cure effected by your inraluable Oiat
merit and Pillf j which ha astonished every perinn i
anainted with the anRcrer. About 10 year ago, Mr.
W. Cummins, of aaltney Street, in Ibis towo, w.is
thrown from hi hr, whereby he reeeired very iri
oui injuries; he had the bet medical advice at Hie
time, and wit afterward an iutraata of tilTereiii In
firmaries, yet he arew worse, and at laat a malig
nant running ulcer settled in hi hip, which so
completely crippled him, that heeonld not move with
out crutches for nearly 10 years recently be bean t
use your Ointment an4 Pills, which have now healed,
the wound, atrengtbened ki limb, and enabled him lo
dispell with hi crutch,, so that he ran walk with
the greatest ease, and with renewed health and viioyr.
(Sicned) J. THOMPSON.
A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A
DREADFUL SKIN DISEASE WHEN ALL
MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED.
Copy el a Letter from Mr. Hird, Draper, of Xea.
near Galnsbro', dated Match 1st, 1838.
Kir -Some time aiuce, one of my ehildrea wit aft
flirted with dreadful eruptiona over tke body aad
limb. I obtained the advice of several emineat Sur
geon and Phyiician, by all of whom the aae waa
eonaidered hopeless. At length I tried your Ointment
uu fui, aim wuuvui cK(ration, iQeeneci was mi
raculous, for by persrering in their , all the erup
tions quickly disappeared, and tke child we Watered,
1 previously lost a child from a similar complaint
and I firmly believe, had I in her case adopted your
medicines ah would have been saved alto. I abail ba
happy to testify the truth of this lo any enquirer.
(Siped) J. HIRD, Draper.
AND AN ASTONISHING ci'RK OK AN
OLD LADY SEVENTY YEARS OF ACS
OF A BAD LEO.
Cepy or a Letter from Messrs. Walker aad Co., Chaav
To Professor Hollowav,
Dear Sia, Among the numerous ceres effected by
the use ef your valuable metieinea in the neighbor
hood w may mention that of an old lady liviag ia
Ihe Village of Preaten, about fir miles from 'hi
City. She had ulcerated wound in her leg for many
year, aud latterly they increaaed to suck an alarming
extent as to defy all Ihe usual remedies; her health
rapidly giving way under the suffering she endured. In
this distressing condition she kad recotirae to your
Ointment and Pills, and by the aiaistanc of her
friends, wa enabled to persevere In their ure, until ska
received a perfect cure. We have aarselves beea
greatly astouitbed at (be effect upon so old a persea.
U - l. a r .. r . ... 1 . -
mum piin(igoii iv jrr oi ege. rt snail D nappy
to satialy any enquiries a to the authenticity of tbia
really wonderful case, either peraoaally r by letter.
A private in the Hath Police Korea, also, ba beea
perfectly cured of an old scorbutic affection ia the
face, alter all other mean bad failed. He stale that
it ia entirely by the use of your Oirtmeut, end sneak
Uudly iu it praise.
W remain, Dear Sir,
April tk,lR5I. (Signed) WALKE1, Jr. CO.
The Pill should be used conjointly with the Ointment
nmosioi me louowmg eases :
Five Great Novelettei.--Otat
Attraction 1 1
Soma five or six weeks ago, wa n
nounced that we would publish rive first
class novelettes, written expressly for the
"Dollar Newspaper." Four we had in
hand at the time, . and th fifth has since
come into our possession. The first is bow
nearly half through, and has everywhere
been pronounced a story of great merit.
The following is the order of publication:
The bmigrpnt Squire, by f. Ilamilte
Bad Leg Chiego-foot
aa ureaais Uliilblaine
Burns Chapped band
Runiona Corns (Soft)
Bit of Mos- Cancer
chetoe and Contracted and
Kand-Flie 8tin" Joint
Sore throat Skin .disease
Bold at the Establishment ef Professor Hollaway,
244, Slrand, (near Temple Bar,) Xondon, and by aft
Vendor of Medicine throughout In United State,
in Pot at 37te., 7c, and 1.56e. each. Wholaeel
by the principal Drug houses in Ihe Unioai by Messrs.
A. B. A. D. Saudi, New York.
CP There ia a conaidarabla saving by takiag th
N. B. -Directions for th guides of patien'e ta
every disorder are affiled to eack Pot. (mablTwty
e. m a 'in.
TRIPLETT, M'FADIN A CO.,
Commission said Forwarding Merchant
HO. 10, Cbmmetelal Stmt,
(SRTWIEN VI Nr. AK waelHNCTOH AVtaTVa,)
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Dealer ia Hemp, Pork, Lard, Bacon, Flour, Grain, An.
Cash advance made on eonsirnmenta for sale
janl7J here, or to w friend South or Vast. (
DR. M. F. BROWN.
PRACTITIORIR ef Medicine In all lis kiaaah-
Ojftoe at She Dnur Store of J. V. Brewa pa.