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HANNIBAL, MO. i FRIDAY.; EVENING, . APRIL 3, 1853.
" Down Goes the .Price!"
tilik talu and Mmalt Proats,
Ga Caah Store, on Illrd, betwee
Slain and Third streets,
M- Uf 31 AIK3.
THK SUBSCRIBER retnrna bit sincere thinks to
he alliens of Haneibal and vicinity, irtic
;rl ( IA Ladiu," forlbtir li,?ral palronagt, and
hope to merit continuation ol the lame.
The proprietor will conduct bit business on lha nam
laa end principles tbat like establishment m Nr
York and Bostonere now conducted. He will adher
ttrietly to the "ONE PRICK SYSTEM" Kvery
article will be narked at the very " Lowest fjnali
Price," and no variation will bt made, unlua lor
damage. No misrepresentations or undue urging will
beallowed. It ii my detemiinalion to do a utraight
fotward and hnnorable business, and free from Hit
trick! io common to the trad, and to inak my en'ab
liihment an ettractive and desiiable resort to purchas
ers, for anything under the name of Dry Goods.
My stock con. uts, in part, ai follow: ' ' 1
Prinli, every stvleind color.Hc to Hs.e,foi the best
Meriuiac! and Cochecoaj Fnmitura do, 6,c to Ho,
madder colon; lolid green.yellow.ulue and buff, lic,
tancy French Oil Chinti.27c; higti colored, tailnona
ale Mouiline dt Lilnes, 14c, 15e, lc, ISc. 19c. 2.i-.'
iiad JVC Canhmeres, 28c t laney faaliiom.ble turu-ed
Oreo Silks, fl, $1 lO.and $1 2U;blaek Urode lllinie
Silk, 24 inch, $1. J do $1 8tij Florence Bilks, all col
ors, 35c; Oil bilk 75e per yard. Jcouet Mm ins lie
ie35c; Barred do. 12lc to J8c; sitperlme Bleached Mus
We., 7c, e, 10c, 12c, and I5c; Bleached S letting, thre
yards wide, 40c; fine Brown Shirting, Inc. I lie l.tj
aud lc; lieavy No. 1 Biown Sheeting, 7c, 4-4 8c
a-4 ll)ie ; fine brown and bleached drill, 10c ; brown
Canton Manuel, goo.l. lie: Blenched do, 12c t Brown
do for lining. 12ic; While Flannel, nil wool, 2, 30c,
35c, sup. S'JC ( Red 2S, 30 and 35c ; yellow, 33c.
Fluid Lmseys, lie, 2nc, 40e. Fine ty. Jeius 31c.
Tweed Ci'imeres,l)c and 70c. Black Csinet70c.
Sliirtiiur and Anron Che:ks. 10 to loci sup. Ticking,
2, lura idl U-3c Fra.icb liui(;hains, Uc to u c. 1 mo
mm 11111x11, wj i"w i . .
,' A beautiful large) ze rnezzotiht Engra
ving, "The Ilarvea'.er's Depnrture,"or"rhe
Harvesiure's Return,"' at tha option of the
writer, will be forwarded to every person
seeding us a cjubof Nine, or Twenty, with
the cash, To insure the paper at the. dub
rate, which are lower by 2D pei cent, than
any paper of equal size and character has
ever been ofleied af, the full complement
should be-offered" at one time. Additions
to rlubs will be made it the same rates
1 OCT" Postage must be p'aitT on aTTTeTrerATneTtea.'eftw tlMiclAVrorldaid Times,
sent us. It is required, too, by the present
postage law; thaj subscribers to weekly
newspapen, to avail themselves of the
cheap postage! must pay quarterly In ad
vance. The postmasters, who are author
izjd agents for Scott's Weekly Paper, will
explain the rates. '
IO Copies of Scott's Weekly Taper
will be sent as specimcus to any address
Address A. SCOTT, Publisher,
No. Ill Chestnut Street, Phila., Pa.
five dollars a year, is a fact truly worthy
the 'Caloric' ae, which is just now being
inhere in. Of the Knickerbocker Mnga
tin, edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark, it is
unnecessary to speak. For twenty years
it has been the most genial, humorous, and
spicy. 'monthly' in the world; and the pres
ent volume will be better than any which
preceded it. The Home Journal, edited by
Ueo. P. Morris and N. P. Willis, is well
known as the best family newspaper in
edited by Kiuhard Storrs Willi., with Low
ell Mason, Geo. II. Curtis, Thomas Has
tings, Win. P. llradbury.Geo. F.'Uoot,and
other musical writers contributing: and
NEVER FAILING RfcMEDYIl!
ACRIPPLR 8F.T3 AJIDK HIS CRCXCHM if-
- TKR TES TliAilS SUFFEKINO.
Copy f Letter from Mr. Taoinpioo, Chatnist, Viv-
erpool, dated August JOtb, lb 61.
To ProfeMor Hollowat,
Dum Sib I am enabled to fwnlah you with a tsort
Txiraornuary cuit eiteeiea By your invalnubla Oiat-
which gives, among Other things, over $25 1 mtnt and Pillfj which hai anfomthed every person at
worth of music and a full course of instruc-1 T'i!,."d wl,h '' Aboi 10 r,iti ago, Mr.
. 1 11 .i l . W. t nmmiin, of laltney Street, in tin tawu. wm
lion in harmony annually, is the very best I thrown from hit borte, whereby he received very seri
musical journal ever published. These 1 ou injuries j he bad the btst medical advice ul (be
three publications will post a family up in 1 ',1 f,"w" rr d.fer.int i0.
J. ... '11 . I lirmaries, yetbe grew worse, and at laal a mo ir-
regard to everything worth knowing: Art.jnant runnfng nlc?r settled in his hip, wi.'eb fo
Science, Literature; music, painting, sculp-; eompleiely crippled him, that he eoM not move witb-
ture- inventions discoverim- wit humor out ciu,cn'' for "'ly 10 y I recently be btan 10
lure, inventions, discoveries, wit, numor, , your nillt01,n, tll4 Pl , w,lich hJ nowhtaW
fnncy, sentiment; the newest raslnons and I the wound, etrengihened hi limb, and enabled bin. u
other attractions for ladies; choice new inu-! "p"t with his cmtche, to iht bt can walk with
sic for the Sabbath, the church, and ih? lb- 's".!)"' ",d Wi,h ,MWHOM!N,,r
firesides; reviews and criticisms of Musical A MOST EXTRAORDINARY' CL'itE 'a
DREAOFUI. 8H1N DISEASE WHFiV ALL
iWCUIUAL. Allf II A U KAILED.
Harper's New Monthly Ilagailne.
. 1IAKPUIVS NEW MONTHLY MAG
AZINE has already reached a regular
monthly Issue of more than I09.0J0 COl'- Works, Performers and Performances;
1ES, and it still steadily and rapidly in-! short, the very pick and cream of Novelty, copy ei . iitt -fto." TMr. Hir.,,.r. r
ciensing, The Publishers have endeavored, 1 Incident, Historv, Biography, Art, Litera- near Gainsbro', dated Afaicb 11, imi.
by a well-directed use of the abundant re-1 ture and Science ; including whatever can Jgo",,,0 ' f .h M
sources at their command, to render it the 1 be given in periodicals to promote Healthy flirted "wihrMd"iICupntions "over t'ht b7v' ft
H aiii m-iivu mm niKsi usuiui iuugazine niuusemeui ana odiki jiisirur.uon in uiei 1 ouinru ine aavice 01 several ominekt Bur
do": tZW $4 for I h'P tok make Better, Wiser, Kif
oicmcn brown linen Table Cloths, $1 and $i 40 per extent to which their cllirts have been 1 and Happier, may be now obtained for fivk and Tills, and without exsgL'ation, the effect ws mi
pair. Fine NanUeen lOct black, green, ciunable sueceS:ifu j;, i,1(1iC!,t,e(l ,y t,e fa(;t, that it HOLLARS. Address DYER tSi WILLS, 337 racnloun, for by pertvering it thtir 'use, all the .run-'
2Ld 1r,t ha- attained a greater circulation than any Uroad way. . Z!'"'' Di u iW w"
tret, J5c,3l'c. 40c, oOc.and 65c. fringes, all colors,
kkai.es and widlrn,fiiu i inch to tht most tatliiouab.o
' inch; black nt Troin 1 cent to $1 per yard -fit ai , U0
while Cu.laui FiinRe Pc '0 I2,i l Silk Ln'e Mc
to 4a ; Cotton Edging aJ X-c c to lUc L'""!
Swi. Kmbioiderrd CvUn 12 t-rtot0cj Alorniiig
do 17 1-2 to VOe. Gents' Ushionable Linen hhirt-Col
,rs, S cuts eit:lij ttirl-Bofotn, U l-2c tcl ;
i vis M'l-lin and i.iiien Cambric H indUrthiefs, lOt
i 35c j S in no Me to Coc ; fancy Cravati 50c to $1 ;
im!ir Piiiid Oe Laine. do. 2"ic per do?eu, acinmcd ;
o;toa riafT iliiulUichleis, 5 rents; pU'd : Madias do,
1 -ic I'.m. y atin Slripe.l Ve"t,3c ; do kill; h-'
n't and worked, heavy, lor winter. $1 per vet'; Velvet
Uoundabouts. $1 30; Blanket 0eicoala, $1 30; 4)0
yaidt fancy fulii.n.aUle Vestms, cheap ; Vet, Coal
un.l Pant Butlons. AateSuirt do, 3 do.i foi 5 cents.
Zeplivr Worsteds, I cent per skein, lufauts', Mits
t' and'Ldi' Cotton and Yarn Kos; d do liljves.
Men's Berlin ined,30c; grey aud red clouded Knitting
Terns! Silk Arm Eialic!; Jl' J Lad";' Coi
,0Bw St.Te'sh.wls.SJ, ti 23, $2 40, $2 50, $2 00;
ne double do, $6 M; small yarU do 20c j Uerage
Scarfs, 10c. ' ' , ,
WMdl.,the be.-t brands assorted in paptM, 5c; steel
Xuiliinl Pins, 3 cents perdoxen; Pins, assorted, Sets;
ilk ami cotton C '"et Lace-.; Lidies' aud Ceutlemen'.
Port-Monaies; Mohair Coat Biudii g ; 7 gros. black
Cotton Tape, at 3 cents per dozen. Uuin 8'ispendcrs,
from 10c to OOe. White Linen Braid,1hree bunches lor
cents i Skaiu Silk, Patent and Cotlon I br. ads, all
colon; Coats; Spool Cot top; Utter. Fjobicap and
Perflated Paper; Steel Pens, Pen holder, Drawing
JVndls, Slate do; Copy Books and Red Ink; Cloth aim
Plash Caps. 25e to bOc; M R. Fur Caps,6'Jc lo $1 25;
Bty Kip Boots, $1 40 and $1 SO per pair; M-m'l Uo
2 20; Infanta' Mise.' and Lsdies' Lacad Boots ;
Misses' iiewed and Peed Slippers, Jiot. 10, II, 12,
13, I and 8, at Hj cents per pair; D"ys- auu iueu
Srtgans; Cotlon Batting 10c, pound bunche; whitt
and at.aw colored silk Bonnet Wire; Cotton do; Me
talic Eylets, b cents per gross; Wack Hat Crape; llali
Brash!.23c, 40c, 5(1c, 60c R-dding Combs; Tuck
do ; Fiuo do, 6c lo SOc. Velvet Tnmmi..g; Uonue
Itibbon, aud aborted colon Lutestring do. Buckuki
Moray Belts, 30c; Lambs wot I anfl Silk Under-hbirt
'' 'A libeVai diieount made to thone bying lo sell again.
'Tbt elliin ot HauiiiDki.ano mariu.i ... .u-
similar periodical ever issued.
Sneri.il pfTni'l w!l' h mndn trt rpnHr it .
ttill m,ir intrAMtin A vnlnnM .lining! Adapted to the Southern and Western
the r.nniinrr ve.ir. In addition to Mia ikiiuI
n-nitlrt nn.l rlmifp ali.rf ttn gf PiriifTr nnrt fl)rfign add
Prospectas to Do Bow's Review.
P. C.... ..r .1. fT..: . . ..I:
uiuira ui me uiiiuu ; luuiuuuiiz oiaiiaii;s ui
Domestic Literature, an increased amount
ol Original Matter, by the ablest American
Writers, will be hereafter furnished. The
number of Pictorial Embellishments will
domestic industry and enter
prise, ruoiisnud monthly in iew Urleans,
at $5 per annum, hi advance.
OCT Complete sets of the work, ten vol
umes, bound handsomely, and lor sale at
u j. -.:n ....: ,:ti i. I the ollice. New Orleans, and will be bud
no un.l c.ncu , sun uicmci uiiciy mil i;c , . . r ,
given toils literary contents ; its "Editorial l'1' " o'Jer, deliverable in any of the
and Miscellaneous departments will be mill a, Cllies or town;- 1 he' ?ro ?n ineva"
fuither enlarged; and no labor or expense luill)!e repository of practical information
1 joining eountiet, are respectfully lol.cittd lo an exam
; ' V ioatioi t my att vi.itiog tUo city. I flal-er my
i;ir tbat the ttyle, elegance, durability and prieea o
IT i the od will wet (he approbation of all.
If rar fti'MfiMBEBTljffi FLAG BIGN.B.rd street
fl M- 8. M.
THE INDIAN CHIF-F .
HIS NEW u u m e, ,
j 4 - i . n - ..a Ul.lnu la
Atf mimwous PAL?' FACE (Viends, and lirvites
XI. hi n"m"?Y. , i. Bki m. nan s' new I
kn in ea',1 at bis WIG W AM, I" onooi vvt, . . v
'ialMl i ComercUl Bo,M U-y find . nh the Km
PM'oMctowM of i Home Journal,
iSiWaeW " ' VVorld'aniVTi
7" ' ; SNUFF' '"' "
i -hi: AKiV
ill be' aold cheap.' Person! tbont to
WHO -' - -UIE.V i. Vim
-V. ...bt the LDI S cjfu-r.ii. v"
will be spared to render it in every way,
and in all respects, still more worthy of the
extraordinary favor with which it bus been
IlAitPcK's New Monthly Magazine
owes its success to the fact, that it presents
Morta reading matter, of tt better quality,
in a more elko a nt style, and at a cheaper
rate, than'any other publication.
Subscribers io any part of the United
Slates may now receive the Magazine by
mail for three cents a number, or thirty-six
cents a year postage, either of the Publish
ers, the Booksellers, ot Periodical Agents.
Vhat can be, got for Five Dollars ! !
The undersigned have entered into an
arrangement by which they agree to fur
nish the Knickerbocker Magazine, (month
ly,) the Home Journal, (weekly,) nnd the
Musicul 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 amount to
Dyer & Willis, will be promptly attended
l' SAMUEL HUESTON, :
Publisher of the Knickerbocker.
MORRIS & WILLIS,
! " " Publisher! of the Home Journal
. , DYER & WILLIS, .
Publishers of the Musical World mid Time,
' -''' " 257, Brondway New-York.
I 4hmnft Literary sal ArtUUo ConbUatlaa.
Arrangements have been made to fur-
Jvnickeroociter magazine,; me
and the New York Musical
imes, to new suoscnoers, lor
five dpars a year ! This is cheap litera
ture, .YtyK ',J,vepgeance. . The Aa'cker
bocker'is 3 per annum; the Home Jour
nai;$2: ami the;MusicalVV,orld nd:Tiinesk
$3; making yeaVUObe.wual rates
That three aeK wsjtw Van be abninesl for
reguarding our country, and should have a
place in every public and pnrate library.
A few sets only remain.
The Review is now rapidly growing in
circulation, and will exhibit many great
improvements in the coming year, in size,
matter, and & pearance. The following
are Its leading divisions: j
I. Literature. Criticisms, essays, poe
try, sketches of fact and fancy, summaries
of foreign and domestic news, movements
in New Oi leans, &c.
II. Commkrce. Its history, laws and
statistics, commodities, shipping, naviga
tion, treaties, t a rill's exports and imports,
trade of the bouth and West, home aud
foreign trade. . .
HI. Agriculture. Discussion upon
cotton, lice, sugar, tobacco, hemp, Indian
corn, wheal, slavery and slave laws, 6lc.
IV. Manufactures. I'rogiess oi Man
ufactures in the South and West.
V. Internal Improvements. -Canals, Rail
roads, rlnnkreads. general intercommunica
tion South and West in the Union and
abroad. ' '
VI. Statistics. Complete tables upon all
of the above heads of population, resour
ces, wealth, mortality, blacks and Whites,
(Sic. 1 ' '
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I a pioiuuiiy iuii cmia iron similar complaint,
and I firmly believe, had I in her case adopted out
m.- miiii.. nuv nviim hit, uvqii saraa alio. 1 snail bo
happy lo testify the truth of this to any enquirer
(Signed) J. BIRD, Drapt.
CERTAIN RfcMEDV FORSCORBUTIC HUMOItl
-AND AN ASTONISHING CL'RK OF AN
OLD LADY SEVKNTi YEARS OF ACE
OF A BAD LEU.
Copy of Letter from Mestn. Walker aad Co., Chem-
To Profesior Hollo wat,
Dcas Sin, Among the numerous cures effected by
the use ol your valuable medicine! in the neighbor
hood we may mention that of an old lady Iiviar in
the Villuge of Preston, about five miles from ihi
City. She had ulcerated wounds iu her leg lot many
years, and Utterly they increased to such an alarming
extent ae to defy all the usual remedies; har healiu
vapidly giv ing way under the suffering she endured. la
tins distressing condition she had recount to your
Ointment and Pills, and by (be assistance of br
friends, was enabled to persevere in their ujo, until she
received a perfect cure. We hava oarulvea h,.m
gnatly astonished at the effect upon to old a pertea.
u ring aUu lu ycura oi age. wetiiiiike happy
io aausiy any enquiries aa lo tha authenticity of thhj
really wonderful case, either personally or by letltr.
xip.iracr in uis nam ronct rortt, also. Das been,
pwfectly cured ot an old scorbutic affection iu tha
face, alter all oilier means had failed. He alate that
it it entirely by the use of your OiatOMuL aad suaak
budly in ila praise.
We reanain, Dear Sir,
April 6lh,lf9. (Signed) WALKER, A CO.
The Pills should be used conjointly with Ibt Oiatmtat
iiisBusioi ine louowing eases:
Five 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." Fur, we had in
hand at the time, and the fifth' has since
come into bur possession. The first i now
nearly half through,' and has everywhere
been" pronounced -a etory of great merit.
The follo-wlngis th5 rder of publication:
" The Emigrant Squire, by 'P.' llamitton
Myers, Faaf).; tte Mad Artist, bf A.Terr
Bad Legs Chiego-foot
oaa ortasi! Ululblaini
Hums Chapped handt
Bunion! Corns (Sort)
Bite of Mot- Cancers
cheloes and Contracted aad
Sand-File! Bliff Jtiuts
Sort Ihroatt 8kin diMasa
Sold at tha Establishment of Professor Hollowan,
144, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) Xondon, and by all
Vendors of Medicine! throughout tno (Jailed States,,
in Pole at 374c 7c, and i.a0c. each. Wholesare
by I be principal Drug homes in lha Uuiaai by Mewrt.
. Y . rt ii . w . i
b. u. sahoi. new iotk.
tyj'liere ii a considerable lavim k takfn Ike
N. B. Directions for '.he guidaaet of pstteo's In
every disorder are affixed to each Pot. (men 17 wry
4nat m. n'rioiK.
TRIPLETT, M'FADIN A CO.,
' Kb. 10, CommertUl Street,
. (SITWCKM VIN A NO WSBINTOM AVSatC,)
ST. LOUIS. MO. .
Dealen in Hemp, Pork, Lard, Bacon, Flour, Grabs, Ac
Cub advances made on consignments for salt
jan07J here, or tt ear frieadt South or EaM. tat-
DR. M. F. EROWNl. .
PRACTITIONER of Medicine toall its biMahaa.
Office at the Druj Store of J. R. Brew a A O.
Residaeee, Kr lite T tVatjer Sfsd aad TVrd a'e
Water ifS Mb). AhiSiie