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THS U. STATI S MAUAZSXE
Vou'mk ii. Commencing July, 1842.
John L. O'SuUivan. Editor.
By an increase in the number of
pages, nnd by an alteration in its ty
pographical arrangements, the quan
tity of matter heretofore furnished to
the readers of t!ie Democratic Re
view, will be increased In its future
numbers iliout seventy-five per cent.
The Editor expects raluable aid to
hi own efforts, during the course of
the cnming year, from a number of
the most hbie pens of thereat Dem
ocrctic Party together with that of
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ment, to which the same political de
signation is not to be applied. Among
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dall, Y hittier, Sedgwick, Gilpin, But
ler, Park Godwin Hawth-rro, D.i
vezac, Paulding, A. II. Everett.
FJrownson, Cambreleng. J. I.. Ste
phen. Tilifen. Tasi--.ro. Ean-.cs, Bry
nn. Cass. C. J. Insjerso!!.
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STli1 I ED.
TIiO.M the subscriber last March.
- one Rlack three year old horse
Mule, with two notches in tiie right
eir. and probably the mark of a vn'-e
n his neck, he was seen l-i-t '.a L.n-
Anothar aid to the Cavse of Temperance.
Six Rights vwtli the
A Series of Original Temperance Tales
BT T. S. ARTHUR.
Author of "Insubordination," "The Tan
NOTICE is herel.y given, that the under
signed bare obtaioe-t of the Clerk of
the County Court of Rail county, letters
testamentary en the will of James I.eake,
deceased. Hated May IGih. A. D. 1942, that
all ner.ont ini1ht.il n .... ... ...
perance Pledge" fa. Src. qo'ted to make immediate payment. All
. w- D nK'.i.lT. .HI', dm..,
are rrqne-ted to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, within one Tear from the date
of said letters or they may he precluded
from hnvins any henflt of said estate, and il
not exhibited within three years, they will
be forever haired .
JOHN II. T.EK!S, 1
The most d:stincive feature of the
present age, is the 7'emperance Re
formation. Th;s unparalleled move-
men i has wrought the most remarka
ble changes, not only in the condi
tion of individuals, but alao in the
state of society. lis progress has
been a continual series of triumphs
over prejudice, fully, vi.-e, wicked
ness and crime; and its results have
Lcen of the most cheering and glori
ous chararter. All the sochd, domes
tic and political relations which mn
occupy have already felt and ac
knowledged i's influence; nnd, with
banners streaming in light, it is march-
in? onward to fresh scenes of victorv.
mil nreparinz fr fiesh achievements
of happiness re-t.'ied, industry re
awakened, and lost reputation nobly
Anvnz the most efficient nnxi'la-
REO T.. HARDY
May. 21. 143.
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vance. Liberal nrranzements made
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The distinguished features of this pe-
1. Irs oRtotNALiTT Every nrtirle
is written expressly fir if, by men of
the lushest ta'ent. Ii contnins no
rennnis of the lumberinz literature
of Europp, witli which the roiintry
is flo'vd: The T ncle Sam is of
:olii county, at Ar-. C. (.nhavens.
If :;ny person i.rinz li:i to me.
.hey ?!".' .j liberally rewarded for
troobV, rr any infornitiijn
unkfu'i v received lv me.
J.i'v G'h lf!'.2 if. :tr,.
list or i.i:tti:ks
Ucn".ir.i:)ff in the PostOflicf : Bowling
Gric . Pike Co'intv, Missouri, on the
Still. cf.lim.', 1812, which if not
l.iki-i. out wiihi" throe months, will be
sent to the General Post ClSce, as
Mrs. P. Fiiili
ries in this rreat cause, the various so
. p.. -i :- f I i.- .. A-ieaa mann
i -,i i Irs :-;iVrw.:v s articl" are
pr?.P...-,, rrom these it has re- T i- . r ,.
, . , , ii-. linilo'inlv un.-n snli'Pcts oT niiblic i;r.
toed an impn'se bv which i's p-- r .1
1 . . . i i ' "chip inieresi. n' erv imuu is
- . . - 'resh nni nfw n
The efnri -f those de-
who havinz passed
.1 1. p i- i . r . :. ji
i:.ron.;ii ;iie uerv orocii 01 1 ji i ocikis- j
inz vice, frel and know the torture !
and the misery it inflicts, to rescue
others from the wretchedness they
lave thamselves suare(!. iiavn slur-1
red society throughout the length, and ;
hresidth of tliis ast ciiuntry; and
thr'is:,nds and tens of ihoosands, re-j
L'cneriited nnil itisenilirailed, are ijijw
fresh and rew in moral. Ii erature.
pne'i v. t'bilosophv. an I ficetac it is
uniqe alnne in it- plorv.
3. Its illustration Each number
The American Laborer.
Under the above title the subscri
bers will publish on the 1st of April,
1842 and on the 1st of each succeed
ing month, a Magazine of Facts, Ar
guments, Statistics, Speeches, Edito
rials, &.C &c. devoted exclusively
to the advocacy and defence of the
policy of Protection to American
Labor against the seifish and grasping
policy of Foreign Nations, especially
of those with which we chiefly trade,
which shut out of their ports the
great bulk of our products, and espe
cially those of our Free Labor,
while they glut' our markets, bank
uiptour Merchants, depreciate our
currmcv and famish our I -a borers
and Artisans by pourinz in upon us
the products of their skill and indus
try, on the easy terms proffered them
by our low and r.on-l'rodjctive IJu-
ie. 1 his .M.'gazine win iriiiexiiiiy
and nrdent'v advocate the true
American Pilicy of countkrvailing
TIIE r.ADICS world or rAsnios.
A Magazine of choice American lite.
rpHE first number of a new Month.
ly Magazine wiih the above ti.
tie, embellished with the earliest
Fashions from Paris and London
elegant, steel and mezzotint engra
vings, lace work, embrodery, music
etc. was issued for January, J84J,
The work will be devoted especially
to the ladies, and will be issued in a
style never before attempted in the
country, jt will contain articlet
from the most popular and pleasing
writer of the day, on every variety
of subject, but the work will be in
the main devoted to the cultivation
oftl e home virtues. Hence most of
the stories will be a practical, do
mestic character, from the pens of
our best female writers, while the
earliest fashions in all their varieties
shall be correctly given; so as to
make the work welcome at everv
lire sine, in tne nans ot the l ishiona-
ilmse gross exaction oj Great Br tain j I'le nnd the pay iC home of the
virtuous matron, whose own needle
supplies her raiment, as well as in the
st.-re and sewinz rocm of the mantua
maker nnd milliner.
The main design of the tnnri.
The prominent d"s:'n of the Mag.!,
zine uill be to funds') in elegant and
and other INation-' hv a vste n !
direct, avowed Photkction to ovn.
IIomio I.vpustrt which shall be thor-
i-i.'Ii and Hficent.
The Amkr;c:: I..i3nn.F.a v-"'! nfljrm
anil maintain 'he policv of encour
ajiin? and fostering bv wi-e letii.i.
lion the establishment and growth
in nurroun'rv f new or vet leeb'e
y, such as the
t'nnufictni'e r .'
hnmc'ies nf In lot;
Culture nf Silk, ti c
at'ractive v'e. th - ear! .est. most cor-
n et, and fu'l rep rt in advance nf all
the tl'er Maizines, . and prior to
the isnin r nf thrrsi here, of th
I tiom 1 w to three elegantly enz ave l ' wnatever i;itrn s ! w.-o', lmt"n. , Moo'ldy r ashmns direct from Paris
anri mt.n very numerous i:iitira'ions. iron. (.yc.. may henecess iry tor toe and Lon.fon. Theadva
Dr. Giles Aluiru,
:inl.-iT( nf tlii
a sp'endid rentnre in a r.e wsp ij.er. supply of our own wants and tr. se-; to even ladv, wh( maks ta-t in
Its iirpir'iali'v m iesiect to all mat- icure and pe? feci our Indepr ndn'-e. j dress the le 1st matter of lirp, v.ill at
le;-s ot paiiticai anJ reii-'ious discus-m wni iieuionstra'e t'nit the true,,r
sion. and permanent interests of bu esne
The LTnrle Sarnie published everv j ci.illv of tlie Agricultural and Wmk-
' 1 -. 1 n i -V' 1...
. ti 1 niu: 1 . :ii i.i.i t. in' viipi' . iv
l-iii'i ii.jj, m.;i niviL'or.iieii ll'-.l.tll ilini 1 . . l"IVpSf l.'V
m.ri -.1 l.A..... U ...I i.n n t .1 .... c ..I - " "
"'I M.Lll III ill I.-. ' II. UI ltl a ui . , ... 1 j. II. r I Ti
,i,.- : , e And " ill he forwarded ti any iiirt nf mg ana e.-irrvinz nut the I rofenive
nn il 111 inui iiniia rinci j-. i-1 . j
To niil ir; 1 iis i.:. r. revo'ution, the i
! Inir lTI:icf.u i.niuwf ! t, ill I ,n inTil
I bly and signally promoted by adopt-
I lie United Sl:i'e, on the above
j term, nnd no oilier, except 10 coun-
I trv papers on their giving this pros
1 r, ,
J.imes P. Turner,
for whalever peculiarity of vi-'.vs they
may cont'iin, as though appearing in
the original work which has been
heretofore edited with - ich distin
guished ability by himself.
Among other attractive papers in
preparation for the forthcoming vol
ume, will be found s.iihe nersonr.
sketches, reriiiii-ccnces, crd anec- , .
.WS f the priva-e life of Gr."iM,l Jsoe:,,r;
t , r .1 1 Rev. Jno. Oianville.
Jackson, Ir-im the pen of an iriti nutej j
friend and member of his Cabinet. ! Jesse ,Icnt
The Portra-ts won which it is in- jcee liuiri-.s,
tcndi d to ii'u-trate the nui..lers of the Jnhn f. Itall
ensuing year, and winch wid be exe- Mrs.Liicrelia Jones Ar'-m Wavmer.
ru'ed in a fine stle of engraving, bv 1 H. G. EDWARDS,'P. M.
J. I Mick, of this city, are those of j
C 'l. R. ,f. Johnson, nf Ker.t '-ky, :
Hon. S.las Wright, of N. York. " I
. 1 - 1,1 .- I
- ja nes ,i;:;i.;r.ai., ti,:i..
J C. C.ilhoun, of S. Carolina,
T. If. Ronton, of Missomi.
II. J. Walker, of Mississ'ppi,
Tiic (.ire S.'dzwick. of Mass..
C. C. Cnmhrcleng. nf X. York,'
Gov. Dorr, of Rhode Island,
44 Poster, of Pennsylvania,
With two or three of the most emi
nent members of the preat Liberal
Party of Europe, f-om diT-Teni coun- j
Jsu!isnibors Inve commenced the nub-
ication ! a sc ne nl nri.'inn lem-
' nnmlwiiv I hooa ln'c n ia ii-nrti '
IUIH'Vlt. II' tfl.,. MIX. "IS, , , , ,
pen nl A. o. AitiiL-r. a u 1 iter . .11-
L-ifted w.ih a singuW felicity in por-. v" '-" c.M.ni-
traN ing the scenes ..factual life, and ."' "' ,,H t to make it of
.ii- 1 mutual rileasii'e and nrofif.
prompted, -is his r.vtnernus proline-. ' :
lions bear witness by a sincere spit it 20CT017 270TIC27,
Pobcy. and that the Wages nf Labor,
he average prire nf its IV'-dnoe, nnd
the aggregate Product nf the N ition-
pectus one or more insertion, nnd : al Industry, will be surelv and larje
.i!:ti wiih the
' . . 1 men' character ano O'-sijii; a ttiev
are drawn from actu il observation of
events ,-song the inein'iers f the
f.'rji hum's .Hnnziiic
KOR ONLY nVK.HOI.HR-.
We have made n rmgements with
ii. ..:.i: ' rc .i .
111- riiii-i 111 iniM iiiniiMiri (ii ijiairilll ! 1 111 a i 1
t....-..n- 1... : .;l. .l -.i ,a"-"? ,,'11',,e f 'luoin pages of closely
-Washiagtonian Trmperanec Sor-ie-! t.. od-r iheir .M.gam.e and t'.e Ros-1' . ma"er- m.ii n.imner win
.i. r.i .... n v...:.. e... r ,. contain one great Speech. Keport.rir
. . tin 11 in 1111 iici 1.- 111 11,11 .1 .. .1- iiiii ..iiiiiiii nil 11111; ii-. ii nil mill' 1 . .
I I . I 1 1 . .1-
iy f ii-Kini-eo uierenv. in Sllori mis
work is intended to form a complte
textbook fur the fiends nf Protec
tion, ;.nd a thorough recitation at
every point, of the pernicious fdla-i-iesiui
furtli by the fmeign and mi
guidec American apologists fir the
poliey of rne-sided Free Trade.
j I he Amkrica Laborer will be
j published monthly in a large octavo
i form, each number containing 32
I .;.r f, t ts, ! rt rt
r, .i..nj rr..r i,;i i.:. ' e:..- ri.n , ' "i"er convincing aocumeni, ano a
ii".'iirU iti"i ' ciiiii tiri.iu uit- in- . j if r ism t tit . i r . . ,
tories,,fs,.,Pnf those who have been1 It is id'e f- us here to enter into I vnr,f '.v .shorter articles. The
saved from desiru-tini worse than a detail nf the superior chancier ,,flwnrfc V" - rn e compvie anu
dentil by the well-directed labors of 'Graham's Mu' izin it has in i
lhoe true rihil.nithrnnits. itenr nenniipil :i -iUI.i i: v- ami r. . . P'ges,
Each numbrr of thi publication ' tent of cirruhiiinn ln-v.in l itml n!
! ...ini.i.. nl. ii..... a . i
Ii,.--! ir !l... ...... t.M r..rll,., '"l- iUI ?.WIie
. . I" I- .1 III T ,
no 'a li.rre li.-,i.l ri.r.n-KrA i-L'..t '. ' T: TI !1 " :-""'- Morv nr nnv neriocicu: in tlie w.inil I 1'
oi Iii.i.i- t..hi-cp, f. r wt.ii I. I c will ,u r.i. j rie. and ineri'tore Le j.erfect in itself. ( year 1812 the Mag-izine is to be in
prints, tic lia a."-Run-iniiiiv on hiuiil t , niul the v.lioii , .-.en completeil, will , creased in tlie nuiiiher nl its
hi.ro;iii!fici..i. in Pr.irieiiiie. nir-,rtiir. frm vn'ume nf nearl v I wo hundred and ot her imnoi tn- and vabnlile at
erf .i-c0or;i .ie.c..p.iUn.: f'- W p!,2f,. embracing narratives of nnnv I tra-ions are t . be ad l-d to it.
I j individu ils, in a'l classes of society.! Upon remi'ting live do!!-;rs to M
iK;lbe mechanic, the pr..f-ssional m;m. iGialiam, of Piiila.b-lpiiia. the PtiMM
rt pi-r iounil which he J1 lour at !
u hi. :--! r fi :i!. iiet'it l-o on h iril
tiipi-iy in irmi ami u-ti, wuicn lie n Sirlling
very luw lor ca'h.
ur.O. W. THL'K.MOXD,
rA s. I'-i t ir.
and the meichnnt whohpve been re
claimed fr.no intemperance. The
er rif ihe Magazine, or to the under-
signed, a copy of the Roston ition, I
comprehensive volume. nf birrw.
oneland f.iir pages, nnd will be aiF'rdeil
ex-I ..:. . ... :i i-
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Xi.OO. nr twer.tv copies for .10.00.
Th l.uvesi possible prii-f has been
fixed in order that iis circulation may
be rendered universit
rendered universa', shuul I the
rk receive the approbation of t!ie
Edited bv M.S. S.J. Dale, Mrs.
tries; o- !se rf oihrs of "home pro-1 L. II. Sigourney, Morton M'Michael
dpction.' according to the facility of ; acd L. A. Godev. Eic'i nu:obr
procuring portraits from abror.d
Terms ol V nblrc-sliun.
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promptly issued on the first of each
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adelphia, Boston, R.iUimore, nnd
Washington. It v. ill afso be sent by
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ties afforded bv the extensive publish
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Lle them to make this promise, which
shall be punctually fu'filled.
To promote the popu'iar ol :ts in
view, and relying upon thu Demo
cratic party, as well as others, the
enibellishe I with p'end;d Steel and
Mezzotint engraving5, r ashion Plates,
Mit-ic, Sec. -c.
The July .'umher nf tliis popular
and elegint periodical will commence
a new volume, and the publisher
takes this oppoitunity 'o assure the
public, that he will remit no effort to
keep it, where it is now acknowledg
field thus selected is a Imuudantly j Quarto nr Folio Edition, and Gra-l
The Several Home Leagues, Agri
cultural Snrietii-s. Mechanic's Aso-
f.uitf.il. The violence of passion- hams M :gazine Ir 1042 will "' maviduai iriendsol 1 rv
the depths of self.al.ase,,,entthe bit- forwarded to vo-.i. The O-.ar... V...! lec'",n '0,,t ,he. V'n'ry are
terness of remorse the rnin. bodilv 'ion will be sent von from Xo. 1. if
find spii itual exhibited i i the wre'eh
ed inebriate hi-nsclf; and the anguish
of protracted sufTciiug the agony nf
devoted affection the tenderness of
unrequited, but nndi ninishing zeal
the love that bears all nnd forbears
all. but too often seen in the family
cire'e. which surrounds him furnish
themes which, in the hands of one
wiio perceives so clearly, and de
ed to be, at the very head of Amer-1 scribes so powerfully as Mr. Arthur,
cannot I nl to prove of the highest in
terest. That ihe pnblicaijon nf ihese
tales will ijiigood the subscribers en-
periuJicals. Xo expense has
een spared, arid none will be, to
make its embellishments nf the most
sj lendid description, and in proof nf 'crlain no doubt. To t!ie who have
what he has accomplished in this re-!nt fallen into the degrading l iverv
fpeel, the publisher refers to the seri of strung dunk, the scenes portrayed
you wish it. rt'iie m.mers only hav
ing been as yet publ shed.
I'lop-i.-lor Rus'nn olion.
I'l UI.ISIIED IV NT. MIl lS Ml .
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i propose io putiiish in this ciiv. aj
Weeklv n:inor limlp- thp nlun-A lillo
devoled l.i the e ..we ,.rT.nn,.'l,,rJ'"l"H ,le,,,r. fcr..l. co.i.r. ami Cte
I i (.nr Pflitinn nifiiin. Ihil Ik. .....11.1
earnestly solicited to aid us in ex'en
ding the circulation of the The La
borer. GUEELEY& McELATII,
3'. Ann-st. Xew York.
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state or mis.soFkT.T! "
rminty of t'ik.
In llirl'omitj Conit, M.iy Twin. A D. 1--12
r innjr llpnljr Ailuiiii.lrlri m" the INtuti-
s soon as a sullicient nii'iiber of sub
scirbers are obtained to justify it.
The paper wiM be rinted on a
sheet of "iiiediunr' .p, and w i.l be
issued no Saturday alter noon of each
week, and delivered or m died to sul
scrihers at ."-l
vavs ' r.J'
if .niil ilecemrit majr b rrnri-il, ami thnl
Iho reil p-tli- iiiiij he miiil f.ir Ihe njlnelil
ufili hl.. mi I . il i.i tili.iii is Mcrnii.ii.nii il
lJ- true amiiiiit of sniil mlnuii g-mt.ini. a
li-t nf lh ilfhl line In ai.il hr llie ilrrru'eil,
jml rt-iiniiiiitig ii:iiiil, nil nn mxrnt-nj ol
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es nt iiiiii;;nt engravings, imtli line i o!:cr nesti iniiucemenis to a.ij , . .-..j...... m. ..u..., wnme nopmi
unl mezzotint, which he has recent'. l:t iHul temp'ation; to those who'anv "nMaticehe nent or dehvcre.l,! ""'' -tor .:,,, ml,.,;,,;,,,.,,,, i,
given; while in regard to t-c future, j have abandoned the-r.selves to i(, , thtis paid for as tl,r ow price ; 'Jt'ZrX?!: 1LP?T
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low rate ol l ive Uo'lars pe- annum, ihas now ie;;.1 f.-r publication nu:oer jn,'i " Pttt ny wiucn tny may hee - i 'himii, on n,. j,.t ,1,, f n ,. Tl., ;
in all cases in advance; while in me-o'i3 j 'stes, even surpassing in beamy jfrom the hoirible curse they have in-1 1 wo pages will he devoted totheiihi- t'mirt, nn onlrr will hr n..l dn;,.
chanical airangemeat. and in sh..;r.;.d htrest -hose which he has alrea-i voked; nnd to all thev will show thai ' ew. w,"-h the paper is to advocate.! ';"e of ihr . r,.ii..wie rri I,;,,. ,n ..,
q-ntiiitv of maMci. &c. the Vn ! l! -ly ;ed. These will be given in tlie- self-sacrificing eflbrts of n band an'1 ,!,e res,,lue oadvei iise.nenis f-lT"'r'k'
... . 1 . .1 .1 - V r 1. 11. . i- 1 current new. niniitmiT ..lii;.... ....
2-f.tes tusgazio will oe place . i:n a itie course 01 i!:e coming vciume. i"1 ""Mime .-inu nnpreienoing men,' .. , . w
mr. :it ni l tn cii irr innri 1 As to the iterarv en.'irlment r.f voluntarily associatei . the count rv. I J1-' "I"'""" 3 - 'n " i-urreni ami
i;es of Eng! md. Each n- mber v.''" ! the Lady's Rmk, the publisher pledg-l the world, and the age, are indebted
;?c, cs himself, that it sha'. continue to!l""a reform, more lionoralile in it-
inj s' the sin enorty wi .ch has been jscl, nnl destineii to bo more perma
a . -fid loi. al ready. Nearly every ! nently beneficial in its consequences,
Ai.; oican w.i'.cr of eminence contn-j 'ban the proudest achievements of
butes to its pagts occasionally, and in w"r or the most d.izzeliug at'ain
cic number, besides articles from the 'menis of -"ience.
Contain one hundred an I t rtlre pnc.
r.losclv printed il doube columns,
frooi bourgeois tyn, cast expressly
for the purpose, a'..! i .)on fine white
piper: thus iv'tg .1 the ,vi.-k an in
crease tn the amount of matte.- of over
sevenly-4ive per cent. Tiie portraits
for the coming year, one of whicb
will be given in eauh number, will be
executed on steel in an effective and
Editors, there are contributions from
Miss Sedgwick, Miss Leslie, N. P.
Willis and T. S. Arthur, a combina
io'i of talent which cannot be found
finished style, by J. L. Dick, which elsewhere,
will be accompanied with an original
biography; a feature irt the plin,
which it would b" impossible to give
in a work of this kind, without the
imst liberable and t Tensive support
ai Ihey could not be furnished with
out nn outlay of at least 2,500 per
Any person talcing four copies, or
becoming responsible for four sub
scribers, will bo ent iled to a fifth co-
The Lady's Book is published
monli.ly at .3 per annum, payable in
advance. Address, L. A. GODF.Y,
Pub'isbers' Hall, 101 Chestnut St.
t . . , r i .ad s Bonk for one
: : 1 1 1.; 1. I .idy's r ? 1 Youg Peo
pU s iJi '. ear, y 5 C'K Ltidy's
Book rd lople's Library $5,00.
Lady's Book & Musical Library 5.00.
These Temperance Tales will be
issued in numbers containing thirty
two pages each, printed with a clear,
hold type, on pood paper, and neatly
done i.( in a Mi'rable rover. Thev
will, in transportation bv the nviils,
be subject onlv to the ordinary post
nge on periodical. AMress
L. A. Gouv and Morton M'Micrael,
PubUhers' Hull, 101 Chestnut st.
Tprais. Sir.-''" urnbers 121 cens
eaci:; 10 c.op.ti Subscription
price to the Series, 75 cents; five co
pies for $3. A liberal allowance
made to agents and societies wishing
to purchase by the quantity.
v.f thr . W. j , the
F. 4 vrii.,11 7. T r, X.. R .
rniitui.Miig tg!lnrie. anil i-venlT nil
lt-.t V... T .I.I.. ...ill 1... : ": irr . 4 nun Ihe K t Jl.
" nc inseiieUjW j rrii..n :i0, I . :il N . It 4 W., ron-
regul.llly. The assitance ol compe- j iire 149 nrresa.nl Iwfnf r ripl.l o ie hnn-
tent gentlemen will be obtained ioljJ'',hs 'he K 1 S e i ci.m 7, T.
Conduct il. I,,:' 't-4 W., conUiiiinj .jhlT rrf. or
I will endeavor to commence it 7,""'Cr f '"'"'' p the
wi.hii. the nevf . r .K,.. ' P' '"f ' ' thi-oioeibo
. . " "'" """ii pimii-hr.I ror ix werki ia oii.b
but certainly not later than the 1st
March the 26, 1 84 2. V. Ellis.
"JYTOTICE is lierrby giirn that the miuVr-
si;nril hit ti.kni out
n --' "'Ml" Til itu- , , , -Pi- vi
o.i..ilraii..ii on the ntal. rf Wm. Shiinnon, stllT' .w'l' glve prompt attention to
any can in the line or his Trofession.
May 7, 1842. " 3w27.
TUST received on consignment, and
w for sale low for CAvIl OXLY.
150 bbls. Kcnawha Salt, of superior .
quauiy, 111 nrsi rate trus.
E. it D. DRAPER.
May 7th, 1842 3t. 27
in this state.
A true copy of thereeonl.
Tr.le: A. II. Ul'CKNER, Cle,V.
lime 4, J4 . 6w3,
. WW . ....
I UAVIKU located in the vilWe of
ilec'it. tiom the tleilt of the County Vumt
of I'ilce County hear inn (Into the fjth.
July t)4'J. All peiiinif, Ihnefi ie who have
ch.iiiu Hpiift Ihe e-tili of aul tlenenM-il,
re required to exhibit the sumo iluly au
thenlicnteil fur nllownnce, within una year
from the ilnte of sniil Irtters, or Ihey may
be pircluili'it from having any benefit of sniil
estate, nnil if such clniinsarH not presented
within three years they will be forever bar
red. HUGH W. SHANNON, .iMm'r.
July 2:t. 1842. 3;vs.
nee be aim iren', and to the nrnfei.
-ion.il dress maker and milliner of the
United States, the enterprise will he
( incalculable advantage. It ispio
posed in isi:e every month a number
and variety nf costume, which will
put to the blush every thing in the
way of monthly reports of the Fash
ions heretofore attempted.
Fur this purpose the publisher has
embarked the most ample means and
resource in the cnteprise. nnd fas
matured his plans both in tliM coun
try an I in Europe, prior to com
mencement. It has been n favoiite
project, and has been de'iberatelv
undertaken, and will Le canied
throned vigoroosly. Tiie first num
ber gives nn idea nf the beauty and
real excellence of the plates.
PJrant S'erl Engravings.
In order to ren!er ihe wmk orna.
ment.il in the highest degree, and to
make it a perfect parlor companion,
and an ornament t the centre table,
as well as entertaining in its literal
lure, an I useful in the style of the
fashion plates, it is proposed to issue
the most f h'gant Steel and Mezzo
int rrgr.it lags f om the first artists
in tht ci.uti'ry, illustrated by choice
an J entei taming stories of domestic
life. To vary the style of illustra
t.ons, oiv.-isiiinal Lace Patterns arid
Emhri-id ry, got out in unsurpassed
beauty and truth, by that excellent
artit. F. Quarec, Eq. will also be
ien; an I to leave nothing undone,
at times. wi'I be given, the mst popu
lar and e'egant Music of the day.
Songs, G.illopades, Marches, etc.
The T iipagraph.
Tlie work w ill be printed on clear
and beautiful type, on a page larger
than any of the present three dollar
Magazines, with fine ma'gin, snl
strong, white paper, and will contain
is much m:.t!cr as can be compress
ed into thirty two large octavo
Tim? of D' liivry.
The Magiiiene wi'I beissnednn or
before the 15th of the month pre
ceding the month fr which it wi'I
liepub'ished. nr dated, or about the
'hue the steam-hii s which sail from
Europe on the first of the month,
usually arrive. Tims the work uill
be in the bunds of eterv 'subscriber
with th"inj-.f cor.vc' f-shions. befoie
'hey can begot 1 it here, and antici
pating nil the .M gaziiies at least six
To bring the work w i i h in the reach
of nil. it u jll be i-s-ied nt two dollars
per ::nnmn lor a s'nje, or ihree co
pies for live dollais invariably in P.d-van,-e.
post p i;d. The cheapest of
the work will be at once appreciated,
when we stale that the I.ondon
VVoiId of Fashion retails in this coun
try nt 10 per annum, and the Lady's
World nf Fashion will include every
variety in the same style of excel
lence. To Club.
Three copies for five dollar.
Eiuht copies for ten dollars. Cur
rent funds and post pai.l.
Address C. J. PETTERSON
I .edge r Building. Philadelphia.
G. W. MILLER,
ATTOItRV AT LAW,
JEFFERS0.Y CITY, Jl0..
WILL nltri:il, i rnniptlt, to all applicatioM
for the benefit of the Bankropt Law. en
t-uatetl to hint, anil can remit to persons,
per rani), all necessary forma and instroe
tiom, so lhat their basinets can be attended
to hy addressing him throoih the medium of
I the mail, post paid.
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