Newspaper Page Text
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of Warren.
In the County Court of suiJ county, November
David r. Hubbard atluiiuittratur of the estate of
Benjamin Ilutchcson deceased, cumes into court and
presents hi petition setting forth that there it not
sufficient personal estate of (aid deceased to pay his
debts, and pravinjfor the sale of the real estate of
aid deceased for the purpose of paying said debts,
which petition is accompanied by an exhibit of his
administration nccording to the statute in that case
provided: End thereupon it is ordered by the court
that all persons iuterustd in said estate be notified
that unless good cause to the contrary be shewn
on or before the first day of the next term of this
court, au order will be made to sell the south east
quarter of the south east quarter of section number
thirty, and the south west quarter of the south west
quarter of section number thirty two, both iu town
ship number forty seven of ran;e number one wot
each tract containing forty acres or so much thereof
as will be suSeient to pay the debts of said decea
sed ; and it is further ordeied by the court that said
administrator give notice of this application accor
ding to law.
I, Joseph B. Wells, clerk of said court do rt-itify
t"") that the above is correctly copied from
seal. the reeord of said court. In testimony
whereof, I have hereunto set my hand Bin!
the seal of sa'd court, at oilice in snid county lhi
IStbday of November A. P. 1-41.
JOSKl'H D. WELLS, Cleik..
lec. 11, 111 Ot.
TO ALL WIIO.1I IT M ll: VoHLItxT
rJlIIE undersigned hopes that all persons
indented to me olltce ol the Salt Jimr The-., s. !:v.
Journal, for Subscription, Advehtisixc, or !''' I 'V in;
Job Woek, will speedily pay up their accounts. rad, Mrs. Ann
Ti:e amounts due are scatti red over a number of! ,: s -N " !-'
counties, and the n...t r.f n.i11..,.ti,m if I,.. i ...- ("'"- ' Mo-ris -Un S. In Sll
nelled to call iinnn ...,ri, ;.i .r . .ni.i ;..,,. I "f 't:,c' " i:,'' ,r a iw
Iiv Pairs o vm.-.K!,. en,.... .,ll....r'.l Tl,... I S'"'!,r- ' A'"!"" "'" ' 1 ,"i
,1,1, i, ,i ... ., , ,, , . I i ariiaruie I.-lm-, iit. I, t t-teiim:iii, .'is l.t-liH
. klited o the oihee can remit to us through the ;,m. A Kiwnn,u j ,. ,,,.,, ,.,. ;,,,.
the 1 ostmasters, and thus save us both trouble I n'-, n;.,y i::,rte. .VI). J S. lVelh, II iv-rrivnl,
and expense, and at the same time do us a great .Vr Limtieil, .Vrs A S Wl , l,,h ,-, .V:s M s U Dana,
lavor. We are ill want of liiotiev, and VC MI ST I ,;enrj;e I.m,(, J I'.., I,..m r.van's K .V Wnl-L u
This will form au expensive style, but popular and
attractive feature in toe work, and with the variety
which will be thus introduced, will always be novel
Richly Colored Fashion.
In compliance with the almost unanimous wi li of
our lady subscribers, we shall furnish them with a
heautifol and correct plate of FASHIONS, and shall
also give the style for gentlemen, which ha: been de
cidedly popular with both se!ies, and has rendered
the work the TEXT HOOK OF FASHION, the Un
ion over. These, however, shall in no wise interfere
with the regular and choice engravings and nmic
which accompany each number of the Magazine,
as we shall not suffer ourselves to be surpassed ill
number or beauty of illustrations by anv other woik,
but shall maintain the position we have assumed, of
leading al! others in the riehnc-, beauty, excel
lence, and variety of Magazine eiubclli-hinent.
THE LITEBAIIY CHARACTER.
T!.e icmitatiim of the .Muray.ine thus fir. won! )
be a Millii i( lit guarantee for the illtllie ; but t! at it utxy
be seen that li.it!, in; ha been left uiidiuic to maintain
every department of the v. . ik, and to elevate toe
literary, a well us the pielori.il department, we I ce
leave to nnuou'ire a ho:t of t.iici. tell an. I elegant
American v. t:..r-.
LIST OF CiTmi:UTOttS.
in a-liuunn ti tht'ohl roiif riiinnr, v. hose nadir-
ami ,nii N - Y.nw fiei: ;i l.iih c clv!rit v tt tf. M.tZH
ritiv, a ii'iin!. vt ul urv ii!.-;-, it will if PcrL-i- ir':!, au
o tiuit we tuy iahly say
E. G. McQUIE, havinff abandoned the long credit
buslnes, alike injurious to the tanner ana mwi.i
ell bis present stock of
IMtY hoods, bocekies, Ac.
for county produce.
Liberal advances will be made on Tobacco consigned
in i.iu ,r. for chinmrnt. We will pay the highest mar.
ket price for good merchantable wheat deliverhd to
him in debts due or in c'odn at the lowest cash prices
Louisiana, Mo. Dec. It. 1841. If-
u l.leil, of worth ai.d noli
that we have
77, .;,, ...,
;ki.-'.'4 Tahiti 1'iiti slat in
Author i t '-N.i.'liion I.nlie, the f'oilll-.Mi--
V.. I.e-he, lion. Hubert T. 'imi
S. Sler-heni, l.)r, K"yiiell foatis,
i! V i K Mitrhi-ll, rmiua C rm.Hiry,
Fsrj. the Autiior
l'liilaneiphia, T (
have it, and it must come from those for whom
we have been laboring for the last two years.
A. II. IiUCKNER.
GH. SAM'S LADY'S & GEITTtE
KTAN'S K1AC A221IE,
thsn any other
With more Splendid Fuibcllirbments
Magarine in the Union.
EDITED U Y
Geo. R. Gaahim, Mks. A.n S.
C. J . TtTLiso.v, Mas. Ehma C
UiiGva A. Toe.
Miss E. Lesuf,
TaconoKE S. Fav, I I'eimaDent and Rc-ular Con
Geo. P. Mobkis, ) tributors.
This work devoted to both sexes, will open a New
Volume with the number for January, 1;U with
an array of Contributors of talent and fame, which no
periodical in the country can boast of or pretend to
itiimcire Miiims .1, M I.eoii I. nail. 1! I.'a'tinc-
ehl, I'li-h ..i.f In-rah mi. Auii.or of I.-i Kitl.-,
I'lolrs-ar John Fro-t, rhTheli lj.l ia, Fr.ifesn N t'
Croeks llaltiinoie, Moiton .VeMichal, INij. Fl.iladel
pliin, ('litis. J. I'etersuii, Esq. tl . Uev. Tims.
II. Stucktfn, J . S.unitt I V. Stockton. di.
E. Armslrtinjr, Em tin. Park IVnjamin.Xew
York. I lottL-las Jertohl, J'.tiIand. J.itnos I '.
( 'tis. New Y.: I;, J. Uuss Erowtie, A. ,i'.la
kin, I.. E. HoiJtri, Jmi. J. lUvnicliamp
Jones, Ualtitnur', J. E. How, Y;islmi"ton
Ci:v, Mrs I'.. F.
In order to give the greatest attractiveness
to the subjects of his embellishments, the
proprietor has given orders 10 various rmi-i.-nn
PrintPrs. nf established reputuotion,
who are n?w encaced in preparing expressly
for the Jadv's Book, numerous Original 1 ic
lures, on National and Historical events,
some of which are nearly completed, and
will soon be in the hands ol the engraver.
Among the printers thus engaged, he may
J. G. Chapman, Painter of the jNational
Picture of the Baptism of Pocahontas.
P. F. Rothermel, J. P. Frankenstein
S. S. Osgood, of Bos. I. Williams, &c. &c,
He lias also established a correspondence
in Ixmdon. through which he will receive
early proof impressions of the finest prints
executed in that metropolis, and will thus be
onstantlv supplied with an immense vane-
ty, iroin which to make suitable selections.
In addition to this, he will receive the only
copies l the celcbiated prize Engravings of
tlia Edinburgh Apollo Oa:iery, sent to tnis
country; one ! which, the rxamination ol
Seakspeare before Sir Thomas Lacy, he has
already given lo his patrons, and another of
which, The Stray Children, he has now in
preparation, as well as a series of l'ictoria 111
iListralions of Shakspeare.
Determined to satisly every variety ol
taste, ihe proprietor has also made arrange
ments for a si'iiesof the most superb Mezzi-
tints ever executed m this countrv, several
of which are already engraved, and will le
iriven to subscribers as soon as a sufficiett
number of impressions can be taken to sup
ply f lis immense edition. Besides the ser
vice of II. S. Sami, of New York, who has
now in hand a number of plates, the proprie
tor hits secured the invaluable aid of Mr.
; Humphreys, of London, who is universally
j conceded to stand in the foremost rank of
r.ngluij J'jtigravers, and w hose spu nuul ei-
in .Mez;.otirit have commanded the ad-
The volume will be opened with a new nuil beau
tiful tyjie the fiuest white paper, and with the first
New Series of KmlttlUsInncnlt, L'nturpaiscd
by any which have yet apnpearcd in any Maeazhic.
The style of elegance, the beauty and finifh the il
lustrious, and the extensive improvements which will
be made in its typographical appearance, and above
all, the tone of its library department given it by the
brilliant array of its Cod tributors, whose articles will
enrich the pages of each number, will give it a char
acter above any Magazine in Vie Union.
The Magazine has become the standard of taste
in matters of embellishment, and has led the way in
every thing really beautiful published in the Maga
tine of last year. The voice of tho public press,
while it places the work at the
Head of American .Hera lure,
is unanimous in the announcement, that no work
ever started in the country has been so elegantly
embellished, or has so rapidly increased. For the j
new volume, the most extensive arrangements bn
been made, with the most distinguished artists in the
country, for a supply of elegant embellishments of
Our Beautiful Mezzotint Engrarin
It affords us much satisfaction to bo able to sNte
that we have madearranemcnts with Mr SARTAI.V,
the accomplished mexiotint engraver, whose plates
have contributed so much to the beauty of the maK
atine, by which we secure hi tphndid mestotinU for
thitwork alone No other mairazine nf il.;. k;.,.l
have them vithout permission from us.
in auuuion t those, we hare secured the burin of
auomcriaienteu mezzotint engraver II SSadd, Eq
of New York that there may be no disappoint"
meat as to number or regulaaity. These will be equal
to any thing published, so that we are able confident
ly to promise
.3 Mezzotint in Each dumber.
These beautiful ancravings will therefore form a
feature of Graham' Magazine, in every number, so
E!!ii t:, Boston. Louis F.
"P..:.. 11 Vtr If I .i r . . .
i.immio, ii. v . iieruort, .minor ol "Crom
well," "The Brothers," Ac;.l. E. Snodgrass,
IVrcie If. Selton, Herman IVinizhol", Mrs.
.l.. Howard, .irs. I,. A!,t..n. C. C.
I'.rooks, Martin Thayer, E. ('. M:t!!ery, J.
Toti.liu. Thomas Hanton, S. I) Anderson.
J. W. Forney, 1 1. S. Ve rnon, S. Wl.vl
p!ey, A. M. U'i'liam Htiane, Bums D.iwes
Charles West Thompson, J. II. Dana, A. A.
In addition to this bri'liar.t arrav of names
known to fame, the disiinguishe.I "services i
a host of anonymous w riter?, of no ordinary
abilities w ll give w orth and character to the
pages of the Magazine. The series of the
well known nautical papers entitled Crti-
sing in the Last War;"' and "The Beefer of
'7G," liave had a run untvjual.Vd iv any ye
ries pnb!ihed in anv .Magazine for years.
The author i.Tomises to open a new serirs of
TALES OF THE SEA, i
And from his known abilities as a depic.tor of
sea scenes anri lite, mticli may be relied upon
from him in maintaining ths rooularitv ol
the Magazine. Papers may ba expected du
ring the volume also, from the author of the
well known articles entitled '-The L.," of
Old Ironsides,"' besidu a variety of choice
articles in prose and verse from various wri
ters o celebrity, as Contribtitots to the pro
mincnt Magazines of the country.
Tl i . . i. ... ,
i ue: .mtii.-ai uepanincni snail titiii lonn a
distinctive character of the work, and is
tier the control of a gentleman ff critical
acum and repute ioriir established, and held
rveiy wneie secona to none Hr sa":iciiv.
i :... e . .. .
anu an nonesi, tearless independence.
The review of hooks may therefore be
expected to bo candid and entirely free from
the ! inane puffine which murks the booksel
ler's hack; but shall be thoroughly impartial
and severely just.
TIME OF PUBLICATION.
The work will be nublishpd nn tli fiVc, r.r
.1.VER1C.1.Y LADIES' KATIOXAL
UOm'S L UrV'S IOK FOR 1812-
The most siltndijnd valuable Magazine ever
THE only Magazine devoted to Ladies, and con
ducted by member of their own sex. Com
posed eutire'y of original articles, by the most emi.
neiit writers of thjage, and embellished with a large
iiiu.her and greater variety ef costly, elegant, and
attractive Tiitorinl illustration?, thdii tiny similar
publication. t.Jitul by
Mrs. S.h.tI, J JIaie, Morton .M'.Micl.ael,
Mr. I., Ii. ieoiiriiey, I.. A. Godey,
Conliiiuiors In each number.
V.i-i V. M. sewir.k, X. I'. V.illis,
.ii--. I'.. I.e!ic, Mrs. I.ee l.'tmtz,
.Mr, i;. C. lOiel.iirT, T. ! Arthur,
lheodoreS. Fay," Mrs. K. F. Filet.
In aiinoiiiiciii? to bis uiin:eioti patrons and the
public at nt$v his nrraeLenieut1: lor the year I1 I'J, (I.
propiii'tivr of tlcdcy's l.arly, lliol; tal;es occasion to
ai'Lnnwlpdi.'P the unpniaileled and triumphant flic-
ec. ol i.i- Ma;;a7ine, winch lias now teaclied the es
traoriliuary number of
10,0(111 Vnjri-t Monthly,
heinj; a larger etlitiuii than Im. ever been printed of
luy other woik, of any description, in Amco'cn
Tl.i Micce he i nw-arc ha been attended by the
va-l superiority which the I.ady'-s Honk has always
maiiit.iined over the vaiintis cuntenip'irary uiaazin;?
whii h have attempted to Oval it merit-, a superioii
lv whit h hei. still determined to preserve, by keepini;
it, in all it departments, Literary, Intellectual and
Moral, as wc'l as 1'iclonal, Kmblematic, Arti-lic
Thrtt this is no idle boast, he nppeals to the expe- j l'..ra
.: - ..r .t. i..- :.. n .....i. t: i ..
ii-iii-fii .hi- i-.i-, in nn nnu tune ee I ... . i t
has made .. p-a,..i-e. to ti. public which he has ,,t I ""tnn nt ihe most distinguished amateurs
uiiiy performed, m.r tiii-iertaken any t!n.,s which hi. I and crtiics. I his eminent artist is now cn
mea!is did uot enable hi:n to c 1.11,1. li-h to the ut-' traued in t reiiarin', express! v for the Lath 's
book, a nnmoerol Mezzotiut I icttires, w hich
the proprietor pledgesj himself w ill be of an
unsurpassctl extrellence; and f the most i:i
terestit p nnil attractive subjects. To .mard
ris,.t uniemitieii application, with a suhserij. lion 1 .iamsi uu possiiiiuiy in Uillieuity lli reaiier.
ii-t iiuparalli-i.-d in the annai, f literature; with nu-', he h.is likewise ordered from England a com
plete Mezzotint Establishment, and immedi
ately on its arrival, Mr. Win. E. Tucker. of
Fiitt-ruii. as i.e is ntiotit ti. do, on the 1th volume of
the l.ndyN Dunk with increa-f-rl I'nerty nn l accumu
lated resources; with an umple knowledge of the
lni-ines in which he is eniraed, aciiiiircrl bv lnnir
iLeroii. fdcilties not posse.-i-d by anv other publisher;
with Well de-iiu'd and w ide.evteniled arranemeiits ;
. ...t nil .. .0. . .1....IA.., t
i.,.- tl..- lofty .1, vMi .n i.i w..,k has reached, tt pro-! ,h'9 ri,.v' " conwncitce operations in that
prietor l.as nut he'itated lo incur exi.en.r t w hith nn-! department of art.
di r other eiieniustaiices im'ht well prove startling ;
but by means of which hp will be riial.led to iimki
the l.aiiv'- li.iuk the liidie-t, the rarest, the ino-t at 1
trai tike, and the iiii-t u!:n!c periodical, intrin-ic-a!iy
and extiin-icaliy, ever nl.rred to the public. j
MTF.KAKV DFI'ART.MKXT I
Mis S J Hale, Mrs I. II Si-otirney, Miss F. Leslie.
Mi's f M :'i dew i k, Mrs Fmma ' Fmnurv, .Mrs F;
S ll-food. .Mrs A M F Annan, .Mrs K F Filet, Mi,, i
lliipiiy, .Mr. Volney I'. Howard, Mrs V. Allen, Mrs'
S F Farley, .Mr. II iti ccher St.. we. Mrs S:-ba Smith,!
Mr- J Thayer. .Mrsf I.. Henin, Mrs K C tedman,
Mi- Meeta .M Iliineaii, .Mrsf II V Fsl inrr, Mrs M I
St Li nn Lend, Mis M II Snow, Kate Kr.inkliii I
lie will he enabled to furni-b orca-ioniil articles
t 1 .
I in order to procure the various etr.liehsn
ments in season, the proprietor has made
1 permanent arrangements with the following
etrunent engravers, ail rd whom ate now en
in executing; steel plates for the La
WEEKLY POIJTICAL NEWSPAPER,
Published in Bowling Grten, Missouri.
The above will be the title of an old paper un
der anew name to be published in Bowling Grees,
Mo., Dy me undersigned. VYitfi tiie change of
name there will be so chancre in the political
course of the paper. "THE RADICAL" will
pursue the same course as has heretofore been
pursued by the "Salt River Journal." It win
advocate a strict and rigid interpretation of the
constitution as the best safeguard of the rights of
the people and of the states, and as the only guar
antee of the durability of our union. It will op
pose the exercise of all doubtful powers by Con
gress, and as a necessary consequence will wage
an uncompromising war against a Psafional Bank,
whatever name it may assume against a protec
tive tarifF, as wrong in itself and dangerous to the
harmony of the members of the National Con
federacy and acrainst the attempt to bribe the in
debted states into the support of the Federal
Party by a distribution of the proceeds of the
sales of the public lands among the states. ,
1 he undersigned are desirous to extend the
circulation of the "Radical," and with this view
no effort will be spared to render it acceptable try
the Democracy of this portion of the State -
r rom them we have to look for much the larfrer"
proportion of our patronage, and we shall strive
to make our sheet worthy of their support anil
of the great principles it advocates. The terms
of subscription have been reduced so as to make
it one of the cheapest papers in the State; and, if
not the best, we intend that it shall be inferior to
none in every thing that constitutes an able and
The first number of the "Radical" will be
issuetl on Saturday, the 6th of November, on a
sheet of a size of the "Journal;" but with con
siderable improvements. A large portion of it
will be in smaller type thereby adding to its
appearance and to Ihe quantity of reading matter.
The terms will he $-2 to a club of 3 or mora
stibseriliers, paid in advance. $2,50 to a single
subscriber, if paid within 6' months, and $3 if
not paid till after that period.
A. IL EITKNER,
G. W. BI CKNER.
x' N -N s v X N . ,' ,, ; j ,; j
, ' xyv .Ay,'.'v, x, x. x. n, vAA
i KVKRV VARIETY OF O
f Exrcntfd with nralnra and drspatrli, V'
' ; On rrry retsonab'e lerms, ;
tVR (.767 .-LVD CIS! I O.YLY!
A. L. Dick,
V. II. Jackmaii4
J. ( J. Dunnel,
V. V.. Tucker,
J. IS. .ear!e,
J. IS. F. rrest,
W. II. Lllis.
mail. One adanta'je
IL.l .L.ll L. .1 1 . ... . .
ui wc usii oe aoie 10 antance anv thine like com- t .1 1 ;
petition on this ground. Then, pla'te. are he m.t 1 1? mo'Uh "cry quarter of the Union
eipensire that can be got up for a magazine of lare ! ,l "e mo.st "tant subscribers will consequenl-
Lady's Look, one year, and Peoples Library
from Muria Kdeeworth, Mne l.'iirll Mitfonl Mrs i "" SUDStTIOei S I ItilS work will tie in Its ear-
t'oinwi li I'.nron Wii'on, Mis s c Hall, Mr. Holland. : lv reception. Ii will he received at the re-
M;i'f Howitt, and other KiilIlIi ladr-ssrilters ni ilis. ' fimtixit riti: ril lli I "ni.m !, ti n f,rt .1,-
I...... ........... v. .... iii.-ik a 1 t. Jl..lti.,
toil t.,..,, some of whom have already pnhli-l.ed i ! of I)ontIl uf ,)ULica tion. "
the l.aity s Hook trie lint on.111.ll rontribiitiolll they J
have eier made to Ameiican Literature. j
Nor has lo orriitted lo pri.cure the services of emi
nent w riters of the opposite sex. Aware nf the
uiiiversnl aii'l well deserved popularity of N I Willi-,
l:-q. and confi lel.t that the nrodiirtions of his
-racefnl ami eloquent pen will he highly acceptable
to the readers of the I.mly's Hook, the proprietor
ha. entered in nn arrangement hy which hu will be
ulile to .ive in each nuiuher of the woik. an e, elu
sive article frmu that centleman; au! he has aNo
retained nil the ceiitrihntors whr.se writings have
heretofore piTen such eenernl sntisfaction, inclnilinr;
V. ii. Siinnis, Hmj., 1'rofessor Incrnham. I'rofcsor
llimity, llrofessnr l"ro"t. Professor Walter, P.iik Ben
jamin, i: S Mackenzie, I.I. I) T S Arthur F.01,
II W llerhert, Joseph i: Neal, linn. Uoheit T Con
rad, I)r J K Mitchell, Morris, I Karle, M I)., N C
Hroriks, A M K llolden, A M'Makin, I. V Tan", fro,
Knfiis Dawes, K U A'liniiT J M'I.el.'au, Jr. James
W ith such aid, it is n it too much to sar, that
the Literary Department of tho Lady's Book, will sur
pass any thing that has ever bceu or can he attempted.
. X X, XX X.
nf said countv, Xorsuihrr
circuianon, in consequence of the great price of ' --cive 11 on lltal (Jay, as
pnowog ocmg mort man aoutile thai of line engrr-i who reside in 1 lilla.ielphin.
sns and the necessity of reduplicating the plates: ' Tlir I nttMx.T"npn,.r,
1? . " I 1 1I1J l.M 11 I a a 11; 1 I
well as those
our edition alrpad rn1.tn it !
j . av utcoij ma 1. 1 U.O
or three plates of the same subject must be prepared
for every number in which they are used. We now
print an addition greater than that of any cotempora
ry for the last year, and confidently assert that at the
same rate of increase we shall issue, in 1S42, aa edi
tion of not less than
35,000 COPIES IVIONTHLY,
and shall 1000 have an edition unequalled in the his
tory of magaxiue publishing.
Our Splendid Steel Engraving.
We have also entered into a distinct and perma
nent arrangement with Rawdon, Wright, Hatchand
Smillie, and with A L Dick, Em. of New York, for
a series of splendid engravings, to be got up in a ttyle
unsurpassed ty any that hate erer been done in this
country. I be wide spread fame of this artist is a
sufficient guarantee of the character of the work we
shall receive from their hands. So that with such
an organization, we may safely defy competition in
the way of embellishments, show the world
A Pattern roa OTnias to Follow,
in the way of liberal and judicious expenditare, and
fix new era in the history of magazine publishing in
Elioamt Embossed Woke.
An agreement has been made with that meritorious
and accomplished artist, F. Quarre, Esq., for a full
supply of tasteful
Embroidery, Lace-Work, Eirps,
Flowers, and Landscapes
Colored a the most Fin
ished and Elegant
proprietor beins more desirous nf
publishing the hanhsomkst and best, than the
cheapest work in the Union, while at the
same time he is anxious to brins it within
the reach of all, oilers the following as the
lowest rossiitLE terms at which he can afford
the work in its elegant si vie for 181.
TIIKEE DOLLAIIS PFdi AWUM I
ADVANCE FOR A SLVOLECOPV. Or
TWO COPIES YEARLY FOR FIVE
DOLLARS.INVAitlAr.l.t IN ADVANCE, POT PAH'.
FOR TEX DOLLARS CASH. vp. or
postage. FIVE COPIES OF r.RAii urs
MAGAZIXE or GRAHAM S MAOAZIXE
AND FIVE COPIES OF TIIE S VTUR
DAY EVEXIXG POST. FOR OXE YEAR.
FOR TWENTY DOLLARS CASH,
TEN COPIES OF TIIE MAGAZINE
WILL RE FORWARDED, and a copy
GRATIS to the Postmaster, or others for
warding the money.
(Kr Editors who may copy this Prospec
tus entire, and send a copy, marked with
ink, addressed to the Saturday Evening Post,
(which will save the publisher the postage on
newspapers,) shall be promptly furnished
with the Magazine for 1S42.
Address, post paid,
GEORGE R. GRAHAM,
S. W. Corner of Chestnut A- 2d St, Phil, j
It is a source of no little rride lo the proprietor
of the Lady's Hook, that he first introduced into this
country the plan of fiuiii-hin:.', along with a month
ly periodical of eletant literatutc, embellishments nf
an attractive and costly character. The first cncrnv
iriir accompany ing tucU a work were given by hiiu ; the
first mezzotint engraving by him, the first patterns
of lace work and embroidery were given by him,
me nrsi coloured plates or fashions were given by
him ; thetimt music wlrt given by him. These are
thin-s to which he would not refer, if some of those
who have essayed to follow in his footsteps, not con-
lent with imitating nil he designs, even the form of
his book, the size of his type, and the colour of his
cover, had not foolishly put forward cla'ius to ori
ginnlity, and attempted to found a right tu an ex
clusive merit on doing that which they had horrw
ed from his example. Hat what he has done hereto
fore in the way of embellishment to his book, though
it far exceeded any effort of those who strove to
copy his movements, rannot compnrn with wht t lie
now means to do. " Ilis arrangement for this depart
ment of his work have bcn projected on the most
liberal scale ofrxpenditniS, involving such nn extent
of outlay as has never before been dreamed of in
any periodical, European or American. As nn evi
dence of his intentions, be now states that each
number of the Lady's Hook for the ensuing year, will
contain, at least,
Three Splendid FlngrDvinsrs:
embracing in the series every possible
variety of subject, Historical, Landscape,
Picturesque, Portraiture, Imaginative, Em
blematical, and executed in exery possihle
variety of the art; Mezzotint, Line and Mez
zotint, Stipple, Medallion, and that most
chaste and expressive manner, the Line and
Pot combined, which has given such world
wide celebrity to the works of modem ar
tists. The American Guide Plates of Fashions,
coloured. wiH b given every month.
" Youn-r People's Hook. -
44 Ladies Musical Library (con
taining 200 pages new and
beautiful music) 5
" " Scott's Xovels and People's
" " Library, one year, - 11)
" " .Soott's'MiseeliatieousWorks
and Peop. Lih'ry, one year, 10
u 44 All Scott Woi'ks complete,
10 vs. IVo. Lib. one year, 10
44 44 1 heirs s History of French
44 " Pictorial Library, one year.
and People's Libr'y, 10
44 44 Pictorial Libraiy, one year,
V Young People's Book, 10
Lord Macon's Works, Theirs's History of
the French Revoution, and Waverlv
.Novels, in 5 vols. - - . 20
Lord 15 aeons Works Theirs's History. f
the French Revolution, and Scok's
Works, complete in 10 vols.
"JVotice i hereby given that on the 4th d.r of Jan
11 u irv next, at thaTown of Paii.ei.vdlc in the Cours
IV of Pike, I shall offer Tor sale at public vendue the
l,Tr,'ni', P'"'"? bclonpinj lo the estate ol the late
V illiain A. Chappeliar, decoased.
The sale will take place between the houra of ten
"clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the after,
noon of lhat day. Terms of sale : for all -u.ns of three
dollars or under, cash ; for all sums over three dollars,
a credit of twelve month will be given, the purchaser
giving note and approved seennty.
Pec. IS 3t. y .o.V,7.
sTA'I'K UK ,M I SSi l' K , i
foiinty of Warren. "
In t!.e County Court
term. I.II .
( h:.r!is A. Kiintze administrator of the estate of
lol.n IWcrich, deceased, comes into curl n...l
e.its hi, petition prnjing fr the sale of Ihe real es-
'"" 01 """ '"""'! for U,e purpose of paving hit
.i.t.f. winch petition is aer.n,,.ai,icd by an 'exhibit
of hi. administration of, n estate i.ur.n,nt to law.
It is therefore or.lrred by the court that all person
interested in said esMte be notified that unless rood
cause to the roi.trary be shewn on or before the first
day of the next term of this ronrt an order will be
made t. sell fifty five ncres and twenty poles of land
situate ,1. .ecti, number twenty, in l,.,;lln ,.
her forty -five, in range No. two M, o, so much there-
... Ue so,cieiii r pay the debts of ai.l dc-
"" " lurtlieronlereil bT the con
ing to law.
A true copy taken from Ihe rrrnr.l. I testimony
seaT Wot, nty court have hereunto ( nf
T J ,h" f "rt at ..flice j ,id
county tht, 11, day of .Yovemher. A. I lt-41
I by the court that S lid
give notice of this application accord-
Iec. 11, 1U. fit.
B. WKLLS. Clerk.
RUSLX ESS I ) EPARTM EXT
The price of this publication is THFEE
DOLLARS per annum two copes,
one year in advance, 5
Those of our friends wanting touihscribe
to the best two hollar weekly faulty news
paper puoiislteil in this city, can e accom
modated as loiiows:
Two copies of the Satnnlav Con in; 1 year
....v. jr a iu s ijuuh, vw year, win
be sent for - ,5
Five copies of the Lady's Boo?. 1 year, "io
Five copies of the Saturday Curie'r, 1 year
one Lady's Rook, one year, - " 10
Eleven copies of the Lady's Ptok 1 year, 20
Thirteen copies of the Latlr's Rook, one
year, and Walter Scott's Xovels, com
plete, or his Miscellaneous Works, which
ever may be preferred, . - - 30
In alj cases where nione' is remitted for
"Oiubiung, the most libera' alio vances will
be made. The money, in ail ;ases, to be
positively received before a nunber is sent.
No letters will be taken f om tie post office
unless the postage on then is pith Unless
positive orders are given at thr time of sub
scribing, the work will be csntinued after
the first year, and if not paid uringthe year
the price will be increased to four dollars.
L. 1. CODY,
101 Cheanut streetl'hiladelphia.
TO TIIF. PUBLIC.
TUIL undersigned, grateful fo, the liberal
nartronage ex tended to him by his tran
sient friends while at his old stand opposite
the Lank of Missouri, takes this method of
informing them that he has removed to a
much more eligible and commodious situa
tion on the corner of the old market, forme
lv known as .he Saint I.ouis Boarding House,
and more recently kept by Mr. Dennis.
.J j:? 1 JMSt to ,n-v f,ik and the
, ........ .iria.iy, mat no pains shall be spar
ed to render comfortable all who mav Jb
vor me wh a call. Arrangements I LI
for the keeping of horses transient friend!
at a good stable, and a porter furned to
carry baggage to, and from steam boat,
JOec. 1, .01L-4t. V-J-PEE"S-
hook An Joirii:TTiti.
I'll mnh let.
Cards, of .11 killd(1
Horse, and J BILLS.
' ote?s and
S 'S'.i and I BLASTS
FANCY AM) nov . .
Will be done exne.I.,; . " Au rMTIIia
Tin: n a 'AYS" J t ke
. . v L(X)K AT THIS!
VA. C'?n beat Charles with nin