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Graham's Lady's auJ Gentleman'!
Geo. R. Graham & R. W. Griswold.
J. Fenimore Cooper, Richard II. Da
na, William Cullen Bryant, Henry
, W. Iionfellow. T. C. Grattan,
?harles F. Hofiinar.
Graham's is the oldest and most
popular of the American .Literary
SlasHzine. The number Sot Janua
ry, 1343, w'U be the first of the thir
ty fifth v.olunse. Its long and uni
formly successful career, from its
commencement with'a few hundred
Kubcribers, until the present time,
w hen it has a circulation of fifty thou
sand copies per month, is perhaps as
good an evidence of its great and
constantly increasing merit as the
publisher has it in his power to offer.
To iis old subscribers, lie trusts, no
insurances are necessary of his de
termination to maintain its present
ascendency over ali the rival periodi
cals of the country. The engage
ment during the past year of such
men as Bryant Conjter, Dana, Long
fell w, Huffman, Mancur and others,
of high reputation in the literary
world, ns regular contributors, in ad
dition to a previous list embracing
many ol the first names in the na
tion, is a sufficient guarantee that
the work will continue to be the prin
cipal medium of communication" be
tween the best authors and the pub
lic. . Among the attractions of the
thirty fifth volume, will be seveial
TALES by Messrs. Cooper, Grattan,
Hoffman. Moncur, Herbert. Miss
Leslie, Marry Clacers," Mrs. Em
bury. Mrs. Ellet and Mrs. Stephens:
1UEMS by Messrs. Bryant, Dana,
Longfellow, Street, Mrs. Seba Smith,
Mrs. Osgood,' and Mrs. Sigournev;
ESSAYS by Messrs. Fay, Jones,
Tuckergian, Poe, etc etc.
. Graham's Lady's and Geittleman'e
Magazine ha been from its establish
tnent more than any other the favor
ite periodical of the gentler sex.
Though its plan does not entirely ex
clude articles of the most important
character such as have raised Black
wood's, and some other foreign journ
als to their high influence and reputa
tion -its pages will be principally de
voted to what U usually termed light
literature. It will be distinguished
from 'other publications of similar
, aims; by the literary and artistic mer
it of iu contents. While "those of
"rtllterworks are unknown or anony
mous the contributors to this are the
most eminent authors of our ape and
country; the very creators found
ers Of Our NATIONAL LITERATURE.
Especially is it celebrated as contiin
ing the choicest productions of the
finest female writers of the time.
Every number contains 'perns which
may be appealed to with pride by
the sex as, vindicating their intellec
. In the department of Engravings,
it is well known that Graham s Maga
zine has tar surpassed any periodical
worn ever published in this or nnv
other country. The highest ambi
tion of rival publishers seems thu?
lar to nave been to maintain a re
spectable imitation of the numerous
costly and beautiful works of art
with which the successive "numbers
of this journal have been praced. Ia
the course of the succeeding volumes
"many important New Features will
be introduced by SARTAIN" and
.'S ADD, the most celebrated Mezzo
tint Lnsravers in the Union, and
equals of the best in Europe, will
continue to furnish their exquisite
productions; and Rawdon, Wrijht
& Hatch, G. Parker. A. I Dick,
Uim bridge. Jackman, Jones and nth
ers, of Aew York, and Dodon,
.Welch & Walters, Tucker and others,
ot I'tuladelpiua. all among the most
eminent Line Engravers of the pres-
:", ent century, liave been engaged to
lurmsii a succession ol highly finish
i . . - . J .
eu ieei engraving, superior to any
- uiai nave nmierio appeared in pen
i .odical. Among the pictures that will
be enTravod f ir the volume in iflji
. ORIGINAL PAINTINGS.
; By Ingham, In man. Cole, Thorn p
fon. Freeman, Franquinet, and other
: distinguished . artists. The Ameri
can periodicals have hitherto contain
ed, save in a very few instances, on
ly engravings copied from foreign
prints. The publisher of Graham's
Magazine will be the first to reform
the practice, and. to make his work
stricllv origin d in its embellishments
as well as in its literary contents.
OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY.
Oae of the new features of the
coming volumes will be the introduc
tion of Portraits of the Contributors
to Graham'i Magazine, which, of i
course, will include nearly all the
eminent writers of the day. The
thirty-fifth volume will include, from
the burins - of Parker, Dodson, and
.others (engraved in the highest style
of tlje art) of Mr. Cooper, Professor
Longfellow, "Marra del Occidente,'
Mrs. Sigournev, Miss Sedgwick, Mrs.
Seba Smith, Mrs. Embury and sever
al others all from paintings execu
ted expressly for the purpose.
THE EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
Will continue to embrace notes on
current literature, etc., and reviews
of all new American and foreign
works of general interest or value.
The criticisms of Graham's Magazine
are acknowledged in all parts of this
country to be superior in acumon,
honesty and independence to those
of any" cotemporary. Indeed, while
a majority of the monthly and quar
terly journals have become mere ad
vertising mediums for the booksellers,
fn which every thing "in print" is in
discriminately praised, this periodical
is looked upon ns a just and discrim
inating arbiter between authors and
readers, in which both have implicit
Graham's Magazine v. ill be pub
lished on the first of each month in
every quarthr ol the union, me
most distant subscribers will there
fore receive ilon that day, as well as
those who reside in Philadelphia.
The Proprietor being more desirous
of presenting the Best and Most
Beantiful than the cheapest work in
the country, and anxious to bring it
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lowing as the Lowest Terms at
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No. 98, Chestnut Street, Phjlad.
AMD FL0U3 MERCHANTS.
UE subscriber will always advance in
rath. 11,75 per barret (and more if the
market warrentt it) on all Floor placed in
his hand for shipment to Uoiton, the best
flour market in the Union.
GEORGE K. BUDD,
Flour factor and Grain Commotion Mer
chant, 67 Waier Street, St. Louis, Mo
St. Louis, October 20, 1942.
N. B. Liberal advances will also be made
on Flour and Graiu placed in my hand for
ale in St. Louit. G. K. B.
October 20th 1S42. . 52.
adm ixismvrioN" notIceT
TyrOTlCE is hereby fix, that the no
il der-igued has obtained from the Clerk
of the County Court of -Pike ceuaty, let
ters of Administration spun the Estate of
John Myers deceased, bearing date the
2ddayf Nov. A . r). 1342. Allisons
having claims agaiust said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in site year from
ine ante or tail letters lorallowaace, or
they may be precluded rem nay benefit of
said estate; nnd if sock claims are out pre
sented within three years from the date of
said letters, they wiil be forever barred.
JANE MYERS Adm'r,
Nov. 5lh '4 J. 3wt
JPXYOTICE is hereby riven that the on
ixfl dersigned has taken out letters of Tes
tamentary on the estate of Harrison Jones,
deceased, bearing date tne 371b of Oct
A. D. 1342. All persons, therefore, indebt
ed to the estate of said deceased, are re
quested to make immediate payment; and
all persons having claims against said estate
are reqnested to exhibit them properly
tbenticated, within one year from the date
ol said lettcrr, or they may be precluded
from having any benefit of raid estate, and
if said claims are not presented within three
years, they will he former barred
Oct. 29th. 1P42.
In the Lincoln Circuit Court, Missouri, Oc
tober Term, 1842.
' Hans Smith,
Petition iu Debt by at
tachment. NOW, here comes the plaintiff by bis at
toraey, and it appearing to the satis
faction of the court, that said defendant is
non aesideat of tnis state, and cannot be
summoned in this cause. It is ordered that
the Defendant be notified that said Plaintiff
hat commenced an action of petition in debt
against him, by attachment, fur the sum of
three hundred and twenty-five dollar, aigh
damages and costs that bis property baa
been attached and that unless he shall be
and appear, at the next term of this coort.
to be begun and held on the third Monday in
March, on or before the third day of said
court, to plead to said action, judgmont
will be rendered against him and his proper
ty sold tn satisfy the same. And it it furth
er ordered that a copy of this order be pub
lished, for fonr weeks snccetsivrly in tome
newspaper printed in this State, the last in
sertion to be at least four weeks before the
next term of thit court,
S ate of Misfoiiri, )
County of Lincoln, $'!, Francis Parker,
Clerk of the Circuit Cboit in and for taid
County of Lincoln, certify, that the above
it a true copy of an order from the records
of taid Court. v
. w i... m j u m i.u iiiu seal
Seal (of office at Troy, this tha 26th
ilnr of Octnhar. ISJ9
FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk,
By T. G. Hurr, D. C.
October 29th, 142. 4w 52.
COOK AND JOB PUCVTlfttJ.
" Deed a, Mortgages
' Notes, a ad
Card, " Bills of Cxchaage,
Horse 4. BILLS. Clerk's fc BLAXKS.
Hand ) Jastice)
FANCY & ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
Will be dona promtly, and on reasonable
termt, at tha
THE RADICAL OFFICE.
LEATHER, Boot, and Shoes, for Bale by
R.D, Brewinjton, at the Tanrard at
Seolt'a Spring-. Tboaa wo wish tha abova
articles can purchase then cheap Tor cash,
wheat, good hides, tallow or bee's wax.
At the same time I wiah to notify those who
are indebted to me to come forward and par
their notes and accounts immediately, or
ther will be placed in the hands of others for
collection. I have no disposition to roan any
person these times but I owe money that
must be paid, and my only prospect to pay my
debts ia by collecting money from others.
R. D. BREWINGTON.
Scotl't Spring. Sept. 7th. 1843. 346
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Ut LOUISIANA, MISSOURI
HAS just received a fresh supply of
Lrry Croods, Ready made Clothing, Hard
ware, taps, snoes, Boots, Queensware,
Grocerys tc., which he will sell low for
Cash or exchange for country produce.
Louisiana, Mo. Nov. 1842. 2.
jtf'Y wife Nancy, having left my
-- nouse wiuioui cause or provo
cation, an persons are hereby notified
that I will not pay any debts contract
ed by her. B. G. TUTT.
August 20. 1842. 43
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TO THE NEW VOLUME OT
TUB U. STATES MAGAZINE
Volume xi, CoMMCNnao Jolt, 1842.
John L. (T Sullivan. Editor.
Bv an increase in the number of
pages, and by an alteration in its ly
pographical arrangements, the quan
tity of matter heretofore furnished to
the readers of the Democratic Re
view, will be increased in its future
numbers about seventy-five per cent.
J he bditor expects valuable aid to
his own efforts, during the course of
the coming year, from a number of
the most able pens of the great Dem
ocratic Party together with that ol
others, in it purely literary depart
ment, to which the same political de
signation is not to be applied. Among
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dall, Whittier, Sedgwick, Gilpin, Out
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Brownson, Cambrelenc, J. I Ste
phens, Tilden. Tasistro, Games, Bry
ant. Cass. C. J. Ingersoll.
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guished ability by himself.
Among other attractive papers in
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time, writ 'be lnund some personal
sketches, reminiscences, - and anec
dotes of the private life of General
Jackson, from the pen ot nn intimate
r ' a a aasMe.
iriend nnd member ot his Cnbinet.
The Portraits with which it isfin-
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ensuingyeor, nnd which will be exe
cuted in a fine style of engraving, bv
v m s-k- . ..
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Lrfl. IC M. Johnson, of Kentuckv,
lion. Silas Wright, ol N. York-JB
James utichanan, of rena.,
J. C. Calhoun, of S. Carolina,
T. H. Benton, of Missouri,
u H. J. Walker, of Mississippi,
u Theodore Sedgwick, of Mass..
C. C. Cambreleng, of N. York,
" uov. Dorr, ol Khode Island,
w Porter, of Pennsylvania,
With.two or three of the most emi
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that tba aadarsizaad baa kaaa disehsrred
jrota impriansaMal, uooar tba sot for tha ra
uaf of iaaolvant dabtors, and wilt apply at tba
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eouoty. to be began and bold at tha Coort
Hoosa in ibo town f Troy, oa tba 3d Moa.
day ia Novambar next, for a final discharra.
Sept 10, 1842. 6.45
IB hereby tivan that oa the 3d. day efJanoa.
ry aest, at tha court hoosa ia Bowline-
iI?".1"" u' H,Wio elio" roe"
eUtobelonfinctotha estate of Letria TJtnr.
back deceased; eosbtinr 0f one dwallinf
house in ss.d town with KHchea, Smoke
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J.O. RODGERS aX
December 10, 1843.
Tal L1DTV WORLD OP PaSHIOs
A Magazine of choice American I Ate
.. rature. ... ... .J;'
rpHE first number of anew Month-"
ly Magazine vrkh the above ti-;
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elegant, steel and mmoWM engra.,'
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store am? e wing rre the maatatm'
maker anl mil finer. . . . ,
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ber gives an idea of the beaut?. an4
real excellence of the plates. j,
Elegant Sterl , Engravings,,
In order to ren!er the work orna
mental in the highest degree, and to
make it a perlect parlor ; companion.
and an ornament to the centre table
jas well as entertaining in its .literal
ture, and nseful in the style , of the
fashion plates, it is proposed lo issue
the most elegant Steel and Mezzo
tint engravings from the first . artists
in the country, illustrated by choice
nnd entertaining stories tl domestic
life. To vary 1 he style f ilhjstra
t.on, occaional Lace Patterns and
Emhroid ry, got out in . unsurpassed
beauty and truth, by that excellent
artist, F. Quaree, Eq. will also Ue
given; an 1 to leave nothing undone,
at times, will be given, the mst popu
lar and elcgr.nl Mueic of the 1 day,
Songs, Gallopades, Marches, eic. ,
The Topograph v i
The work will be printed on clear
and beautiful type, on a page larger
than any of the present three dollar
Magazines, with fine margins t an I
strong, white paper, and will contain
ns much matter as nan be compress
ed into thirty two large octavo
Time nf Delnerv, !.:.!
The Magaziene will lie issued on r
before the 15th of the month pre
ceding the month for which it will
be published, or dated, or about the
time the steamships which sail from
Europe on the first , of the month,
usually arrive. Thus the work will
be in the hands of every subscriber
with the most correct faslu'ons, before
they can be got out here, and antici
pating all the M-igaziiies at least six
. The Terms.- :
To bring the work within the reach
of all, it will be issued at two dollars
per annum for a single, or three co
pies for live dollars invariably in ad
vance, post paid. ; The cheapest of
the work will be at once appreciated,
when we state that the fandoa
World of Fashion retails in thU coun
try at $10 per annum, and tha Lady'i
World of Fashion will include every
variety in the same: stvle of .excel
lence. . . r-',,. , ; .
io I'iube. i -.. '") t)
Three copies : for five dollars
Eight copies for ten dollars. Cut
rent funds and post paid. - ,;i
Address C. J. PETTERSON'
Ledger Building, Philadelphi
0. 7. MILLITB, ;
ATTORNEY AT LAW, X
JEFFERSOJT CITY, M(k
WILL attend, ptoatptly, to all ppta"
for tha beoeot of tbo Baakrapt La's
trusted lo bias, and caa remit te pw"
par mail, all necessary tunas aad it'"
iSnaa. m IK. 1 ik.:. w : u sttaaavs
o by addressing; bias thro(b modlemV I
tbo mail, post paid. ' ' ; I