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"Down Goes the Price I " 4lok gale and flutall Profit, AT THE "Cheap Cash store, on Bird, betwee Plain and Third Mreets, tr UP STAIRS, rj ' rpHE 80BSCRIBKR return hi sincere thtnkt to X the citizen of Hannibal and vicinity, "Parlicn- .ary (o tht Iuidici,-' for their liberal patronage, ind bopea to merit a continuation ot the lime. The proprietor will conduct hii busines on the um also tod principle that like eilablishroenU In Ne York and Boston are now conducted. He will adher strictly t the "ONE PRICE SYSTEM." Kvery article will be marked at the very Lowest Caali Price," and no tarialion wilt be ipade,unles for damige. No misrepresentation or undue urging will beellowed. It i my iletei initiation to do aetraight - forward and honorable business, and free from the trick o common to the trade, and to make my estab liihment an attractive and desirable resort to purchas rl, for anything under the name of Dry Good. yatockcolniltin part, a follow: Prints, every style and color.Rc to lUe.for the best Merieiac and Cochcco; Furniture do, Sic to ,e, madder colois: olid green, yellow, blue and btitr, Ue; taocy French Oil ChlnU, 27c high colored, rnion. ble Mousline de Liines, Uc, 15c, 16c, 18e, 19c,23c aid 2-,c j tVhmeres, 3c j luncy fashionable figured Dress R.Iks, Sl,$l lO.and $1 2U; black Grode Rhine Silk, So inch, $1, 1 do $1 3i Florence Bilk, all col sirs, 3Sc Oil bilk "Oc per yard. Jaconet Muilin lie to 35ej Barred do. 12le to 2Hcj superlme Bleached Mtn lio, 7c, Me. 10c, 12c, and 15c; Bleached Siieeting.thre vards wide, 40c; fine Brown Shirting, 10c, 11 4c 13le( and 16c j heavy No. 1 Blown Sheeting, J 7e, 4-4 8c 4-4 lUlc t fine brown and bleached drill, 10c brown Oaiilou r'lamiel, good, lie j Bleached do, 12c j Brown do for lining, 12c; White Flannel, nil wool, 28c, 30c, We. ttp. 5'Jc i Red 24. 30 and 35e i yellow, 33c Plaid Limey, 15r, 2ic, 40c. Fine Ky. Jean 3:ic. Tweed Casiraores, 60c and 70c. Black Catinet70c. Shirting and Apron Checks, 10 to lacup. Ticking, I liw..,..liG a.3c. Fre.icb Ginehain. I21e to 2ic. Pur Irwh Linen, soft finish. 4!ic, iOe, 65c and 70c dove colored do. 4-4, 30c ; Linen Towel Diaper, l?,c; common brown l.inen Table Cloths, $1 and $1 40 per air. Fine Nankeen 10c i black, green, changeable aaddove cnloird English Mennoes, luc,ouc, aim a-i aw. llin black and figured chanccable Mohair Lus- tre, 55c, 30c 40c, n5c,and 65c. Fringe, all colon, abai.es and width, frem 4 inch to the root lashionable in.h. hlxplr at from 1 cant to tl per yard all, 60 eitsi Vhile Cuilain Fringe 8c to I2lcj Silk Lace dOc wis Kmbroidered Collar 12 l-Sc to iOcj Mourning 17 1.2 to Joe. Gents' fashionable Linen blurt-Col nit, I cent ea:hjdo bhirt -Bosoms, li l-2c each j tti.. Mndlin and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefa, 10c in , Kiln do 35e to H5c t fane Cravat 50c to $1 t Fancy Plaid De Laine do, 2i per doxen, Aeromed cotloo flag Handkerchiefs, 5 cents; plaid Madras do, 1 l-2e. Fancy Satin Striped Vest,5c j do silk ft. Ure and worsted, heavy, for winter,$l per vesli Velvet Roundabouts, $1 50 Blanket Overcoat, $4 50 j 400 yards fancy fashionable Vesting, cheap j Vest, Coal and Pant Button, Agate Shirt do, 3 doten for 5 cent. Zephyr Worsted, 1 cent per tkein. Infant', Mus es' and Ladies' Cotton and Yarn Hosej do do Glove, Men's Berliu Lined, 30c; grey and red clouded Kuitting Terns; Silk Arm Elastics) Musts' and Ladies' Col Bay'staTe'sbawl. $2, $2 23, $2 40, $2 50, $2 90; ftne double do, $S 20 ; small yaru do 20c ; Berage carfi.iOe. Needles, the best brand assorted in paper, 5c j steel Kcitling Pin,5 cent perdoien; Pin, assorted, 5 cts; silk aad cotton Corset Laces; Ladies' and Gentlemen's Port-Monaiesj Mohair Coat Binding ; 7 gro black OsUton Tape, at 3 cent per dozen. Gum Suspenders, from 10c to 60c. White Linen braid, three bunches lor 5 cents t Skein Silk, Patent and Cotton Thread, all color ;' Coat; Spool Cotton; Letter, Foolscap and Perforated Paper ; Steel Pens, Pen holders, Drawing Pencils, Slate do; Copy Boon and Red Ink; Cloth anU JPIash Caps, 25c to 60c; M. R. Fur Caps, 60c to $1 25; "3oy' Kip Boots, $1 40 and $1 60 per pair; Men's do fi 20t Infants' Misse.' and Lvtiea Laced Boot; Misses' Sewed and Pet.ed Slippers, No. 10, II, 13, 13 I and 8, at 25 cent per pair; Boy' and Men' Jroeans i Cotton Batting 10c, pound bunches; white and stiaw coioreo sun ""V , , A beautiful large size mezzotint Engra ving, 'Tlie Ilarves'.er'i Departure," or "The liarvesiure's ICeturn, at the option of the writer, will be forwarded to every person sepding us a club of Nine, or Twenty, with me casn. l o insure the paper at the club rates, which are lower bv 2U pet cent, than any paper of equal size and character has eyer been ofleied at, the full complement should be oll'ered at one time. Additions to rlubs will be made at the same rates. rjQ 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 ot the chenp postage, must pay quarterly in ad vance, inn postmasters; who are author ized agents for Scott's Weekly Paper, will explain the rates. UZr Copies of Sscott's Weekly Paper will bs sent as specimens to any address desired. Address. A. SCOTT. Publisher, No. Ill Chestnut Street, Phila., Pa. Harper's New monthly magazine. HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAG AZINE has already reached a regular monthly issue of more than 100,000 COP- 1ES, and is still steadily nnJ rapidly in creasing. The Publishers have endeavored,! Incident, History, Biography, Art, Litera five dollars a year, is a fact truly worthy the 'Caloric' age, which is just now being uihered in. Of the Knickerbocker Maga zine, 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 worlds 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 famHy newspaper in America; and the Musical World and Times, edited by Richard Storrs Willi., with Low ell Mason, Geo. II. Curtis, Thomas Has tings, Wm. P. Bradbury, Geo. F. Root, and other musical writers contributing; and which gives, among other things, over $23 worth of music and a full course of instruc tion in harmony annually, is the very best musical journal ever published, These three publications will post1 a family up in regard to everything worth knowing: Art, Science, Literature; music, painting, sculp ture; inventions, discoveries; wit, humor, fancy, sentiment; the newest fashions and other attractions for ladies; choice new mu sic for the Sabbath, the church, 'end th firesides; reviews and criticisms of Musical Works, Performers and Performances ; In short, the very pick and cream of Vovel'v, NEVER FAILING REMEDY U! i vw-T' '-.w'i'.i--jr w i. i a rp ' HOLlOWAY'S ' oinTmeKt. ACRIPPLK SETS AffDE HIS CRUTCUM Aft. TFR TF.X TRAJtS SUFFERING. Copy of Letter from Mr. Thompson, Chemist, Lif- erpool, dated August Wth, 186. To Professor Holxowat, DAa Sib I an enabled to funis!) yon wit a most extraordinary cur effected by your invaluable Giat msnt and Pills; which has attonlsbed every person sofc nainted with the sufferer. About 10 rears ago, Sir. W. Cummins, of laltney Street, in this tewo, wae thrown frem hi herse, whereby he received very serl out injuria; be had the best medical advice at the time, and wa afterwards an intmate rf different in firmaries, jet he grew worse, and at last a malig nant running ulcer settled In his hip, whieh so completely crippled him, that !ie could not more with out crutches for nearly 10 year ; receatly he began to use your Ointment an4 Pills, whieh ha now healed the wound, strengthened his Ittnb, and anaU! um to dispense with his crutches, so-that be can warn with the greatest ease, and with reoewed health aii'l vipoor. "(Signed) J. THOMPSON. A MOST EXTRAORDINARY Ci;R2 OF A DREADFUL SKIN DISEASE WHEN ALL MEDICAL AID HAD FAILED. by a well-directed use of the abundant re sources at their command, to render it the most attractive and most useful Magazine for popular reading in the world; and the extent to which their e (Torts have been successful is indicated by the fact, that it has attained a greater circulation than any similar periodical ever issued. Special efforts wil' be made 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 of Original Matter, by the ablest American Writers, will be hereatter lurnisiied. Ihe number of Pictorial Embellishments will be increased ; still greater variety will be given to its literary contents; its Editorial and Miscellaneous departments will be still fai ther enlarged and no labor or expense will be spared to render it in every way, and in all respects, still more worthy of the extraordinary favor with which it has been received. HftRPEa'i New Monthly Maoazinb owes its success to the fact, that it presents more reading matter, of u better quality, in a more elegant style, and at a cheaper rate, than any other publication Subscribers in anv Dart of the United States may now receive the Magazine by moil for three cents a number, or thirty-six cents a year postace, either of the Publish ers, the Booksellers, or Periodical Agents. tali JiyleU, oceilis per Kruis; ". "M't nail '.Brushes, 23c, 40c, 5()c, 60c Rfdding Combs; Tuck de , Fin do, 5c to 2Uc. Velvet Trimming; Bonne u;m.n n, urted color Lutestring do. BucWskl Mpiey JJelti, 30c; Lambswoel ana Silk Uuder-Shirt J. - 1. m A libsial discount made to those byingtoell agsin. Thecituen ot llauuib-J, and Morion and the ad ioiaing coutrtiej, ere respectfully solicited to sn exam. - taatien of my stucli on visiting the eity. I flatter my self that ihe atyle, elegance, durability and price s o she eoods will meet tbe approbation of all. ' tJ UaiiEflBER 'mi FLAG SIGN, Bird street . . M. MOORE. THE INDIAN CHIEF AT HIS NEW HOME, . GAIN offers his Pipe of Pce and Welcome to A hi numerous PALE FACE friends, and iartt l4Wua Ucall at his WIG W AW, in Shoot fc Davi new uilJing, in Commercial Row, where they can find a large asmrtment of ' CliARS, .TOBACCO, 6NUFF . AND PIPES: . aii - -hu b will be sold cheap. Person about to emicrate to California, and wishing to supply them. IX'Js with the above articles, will find it to tleir in rXrU re-amber the INDI AN CHIEF, i Co-mer What can be got for Five Dollars I ! The undersigned have entered into an arrangement by which they agree to fur nish the Knickerbocker Magazine, (month ly.) the Home Journal, ( weekly,) and the Musical World and Times, (weekly,) to new subscribers, at tho 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 to. SAMUEL HUESTON, Publisher of the Knickerbocker MORRIS & WILLIS. Publishers of the Home Journal DYER & WILLIS, f ublUheri of the Musical World and Times, cr?1 n J XT T I. 2JI, uroaawaj ncw-mra Grand Literary and ArtisUo Combination. Arrangements have been made to fur nish' the Knickerbocker Magazine, the Home Journal, and the New York Musical World and Times, to new subscribers, for five dollars a year ! This is cheap litera ture, wi,th a .vengeance., The Knicker bocker is $3 per annum; the Home Jour nal. 82: and the Musical World and Times, $3; making $S a year at the usual rates. That three weh works ran be obtained for Copy of a Letter from Mr. Hird, Draper, of Keady, near Galnsbro'. Hated Match 1st. IS52. ture and Science ; Including whatever can To profwor hlj.oway, . . . . j. I . , ,, ,,, hia -Some time since, one of my children was at- be given in periodicals to promote Heai thy flirted with dreadr.il eruption, over the body sue Amusement and Solid Instruction in the obtained the advice of everi miueat Sur- family.and help to make it Better, Wiser, TJaZa h$"'lZCt7U? lh"M WM. , . , . jr ' considered liopelc.s. At length I tried your Ointment .AujM'ivf, muj wvnwn wtuiiiuu .w . inu r mi, aim wh noiii vxaccraiion, lue eneci Was mi- a j i nvrn - urti r o f.,-k.. it.-:. n .u- mui.ii .vi u j pciBwiiii iiivi. usv, an ins eup tions quickly disappeared, and Ike child was restore! to fierleet heath. I' previously lost a child from a similar eoraf'aint, and I firmly believe, had I in her ease adopted your medicine the would have been saved also. I snail be happy to testify the truth of (hi to anv enquirer. . (Signed) J. HIRD, Draw. CERTAIN UKMF.DY FOR SCORBUTIC UU.'atORI AND AN ASTONISHING CURE OF AN OLD LADY HKVKNTlf YF.AR6 OF AGS OF A BAD LEG. Copy tr a Letter from Messrs. Walker sad Co., Checa- ists, Bath. To Professor Hollow v, Dka Sik, Among the numerous aura eJec'ed V the use of your valuaule medicines in the neighbor' hood We may mention that of an old lady livisg ia the Village of Preston, about Ave miles frem ilii City. She had ulcerated wounds in her leg foi many years, and latterly they increased to turh au alarraiu'g extent as to defy all the usual remedies her liealle. rupidly giving way under the suffentig she endured, la tin disl'"ir.j condition she had recoutse to yoar Ointment and Pills, and by tbe assistance of her friends, was enabled to persevere in their use, until she i received 'a perfect cure. We have oarsclves beet greatly astonished at the effect upon so old a persea. sne oeingaoove u years oi age. we snail oe napajr to satisfy any enquiries aa t the authenticity of thai really wonderful case, cither personally or by letter. A private in ine nam J'olice force, also. Lias beae. perfectly cured ol an old scorbutic affection in the face, after all other mean hail failed. He slate that it i entirely by the use of your Oiatnteot, and tpeaits loudly in its praise. We remain, veer Sir, Your, faitblully, April 0th, 1R5J. (Sinned) WALKER, A CO. The Pill should be used conjointly with the OiatBtiit 10 most ot the lollowmg Case : dollars. Address JJXUII& WILL, jai Broadway. Prospectus to Da Bow's Rt1sw Adapted to the Southern and Western States of the Union ; iucluding statistics of foreign and domestic industry and enter prise. Published monthly in New Orleans, at $5 per annum, in advance. rCr Complete sets of the work, ten vol umes, bound handsomely, and for sale at the office, New Orleans, and will be sup plied on order, deliverable in any of the arge cities or towns. They are an inevn uable repository of practical information reguarding our country, and should have a place in every public and private library. A few sets only remain. Ihe Keview is now rapidly growing in circulation, and will exhibit many great improvements in the coming year, tn size, matter, and atpearance. The following are Its leading divisions: I. Literature. Criticisms, essavs, poe try, sketches of fact and fancy, summaries f foreign and domestic news, movements in New Oileans, &c. , If. Commerce. Its history, laws and statistics, commodities, shipping, naviga tion, treaties, tariffs, exports and imports, trade of the bouth and West, home and foreign trade. 111. Agriculture. JJiscussion upon cotton, nee, sugar, tobacco, hemp, Indian corn, wheat, slavery and slave laws, &c. IV. Manufactures! I'rociess o Man ufactures in the South and West. V. Internal Improvements. Canals, Rail roads, plankreads, general intercommunica tion South and West in tbe Union and abroad. VI. Statistics. Complete tables upon all of the above heads of population, resour ces, wealth, mortality, blacks and whites, &c. Fistulas ' Gout. tilandularastellrrge Lumbago Piles Rheumatiaaa Scalds Sore NipptM Bcurvy lleers Five Great Novelettes. -Great Attraction 1 1 Some five or six weeks ago, wa an nounced that we would publish five first class novelettes, written expressly for the "Dollar Newspaper." Four we harl in hand at the time, and tho 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 followinz'u the order of publication: The Emizrant Squire, by P. Hamiltem Myers, Es1-j the .Mad Artist, by Jeka R. Bad Leg Chiego-foot Jiaa Breast uiulbiain Burn Chapped bands Bunions Corn (Soft) Bite of Mos Cancers chetoes and Contracted and Sand. Flit SUIT Joints Coco-bay Elephantiasis Sore throat Skin-duoases Sore-head Tumour Wounds Yaws , Sold at the Establishment of Professor Hollo, ay. 244, WraBd,(near Temple Bar,) Xondon,1 and by alt venuors oi Medicines iiirougnuui mo vmno nm, in Pots at 37e., S7c, and l.Mc. each. Wholesale by the principal Drug houses ia the UDiesj by Mesre. A. B. AD. Bauds, New York. tr There is considerable saving by taking tbe larger size. N. B. Direction for the guidance of patietVa 'ta every disorder are affined to each Pot. (sachtTwty JOHN THIVt-KTT. jams v. H'rADi. TRIPLETT. M'FADtN A CO., Commission and Forwarding Merchants no. 10, Commercial street, (atTWtiM vma anv wasniNCTON avinvb,) ST. LOUIS, MO. Dealere I Heap, Pork, Lard, Bacon, Flour, Grain, at. Cash advances made on eonsirhnenl for sal jnS7 J here, or to out friend South er Bast. I DR. M.'f.' BROWN. RACTlTloaiR Mediclbe laajl It . PRACTlTloaiRi Omeaat she 0rag I JUsidaMe tamikmf HaNgJOS Star of J. 1. Xrewi . C. iet Masid Third Btjaets .t '