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7Th Putlisher of Ecott'a Weekly Paper.
' The largest Family Journal in the United
States, encouraged by the very liberal pa
rtronage bestowed upon his Paper for the
'last seven years, and helieving that the
; great reduction ol postage will materially
aid in extending the circulation of the fa
Torito fa.mil) nowapnper, has spared neither
.pains nor expense to make his popular
journal still more worthy of public patron
age. He has just put up a new ateam-power
printing-press which was manufactured to
order with an especial view to Improve
the mechanical appearance of the Taper.
He has co.H meted with a new firm to fur
nish n letter atticle of paper than has here
tofore been used. It is l br. manufactured
on rowrdrinier'a m.icl.ine expressly for
-Scott's Weekly Papvr." He has decorat
ed ihn Taper with entirely new type, a new
heading, and new vignetto cuts, increased
the widteot the column?, and extended the
aiscofthe paper. It is now pronounced,
b) all who have seen it, to bu the handsom
est mid cheapest pnper in the union. The
contents of the paper will continue to be
of i'io very honest order of excellence.
V-nraiions have been made which cna-
I , t,0 publisher to assure the public that it
w.;i never be behind with important News
.11 mi flrninsements have been effected with
soma of the ablest story writers in the coun
irv. tmth male and female, for a Series op
Ki"uT-HT.STORiESon a variety of subjects,
in which, however, incidents connected
with the devolution wii; c ..uutituto a prom
inent theme. There are i.ow on hand ii-
iual articles troin the lust writers in me
''..-.ii.fi S:iii-s.eeral of which are illustrn-
led Nouvellutics, a -new feature one that
tho publisher trusts will meet with the
vJpws of the reading public. The selected
articles from foreign mazarines are gnor
oi! tlM vnrv same which appear in the
Kw York mrurnzines, our weekly issues
riving us great advantages in this respect.
Soul's Weekly Taper lias won wide fame
as a.t fnteresling atut instructive iamuy
newspaper, devoted to a'! the interests of
ir.! nnd business, to l- -ht literature, and
to the varioui matters which conribule to
the formation of a complete family fireside
companion, in which amusement aud in-
itruclion pionominanc. n i
tia stories nave acquired ir it a wide popu
larity, and, us a vehicle ot the earliest ne .vs,
it possesses a worth not exceeded by an
other paper of its c.harae.-.er in the United
State. It polishes Valuable Recipes and
Useful Hints for housewifery, cooking, pre
serving, cleaning Furniture, ice, &c. It Is
a moral instructor for youth, and contains
more really useful information than any
other journal. Chronological tables of his
torical events, scintillations of history, bi-oi-raphios
of distinguished men of tho past
and present century, valuable essays onim
tific. nhillosophie, and useful
iulvecls records ol new inventions, .J-c,
&s., lorm pan 01 u itg' ..v....-..
Scott's weekly paper has reached a cir
. dilation unparalleled in the history of simi
Ur udcrtokings. It owes its success to the
fact that it present more reading matter,
of a better quality, in a more elegant style,
and at a cheaper rate than any other pub.i
calion 5 and that its literary and news con
tents hare met the wants ot the great mass
peonle. bv combining in
terest, instruction, and amusement to a de
cree hitherto unequalled. Ever possible
illbrt will be made to increase its merit In
proportion to its constantly increasing
iulation and auccess. It is only by publish
m a verv edition that journal ol the else
Ind character of Scott'a Weekly Taper can
bo afforded at its extremly low price, and
this large circulation the publisher intends
to maintain. '
. . 5.
r.n4 mm to tht ptUr up
A beautiful largo size mezzotint E 11 era
ving,"The Harvester's Departure" or"The
Harvesture's Return,' at the option of the
writer, will bo forwarded to every person
serding us a dub of Nine, or Twenty, with
the cash. To insure the paper at the club
rates, which are lower bv 2 ) pci cent, than
any paper of equal size and character has
ever boon oflcied at, the full complement
should be offered at one time. Additions
to rlubs will be made at the same rates.
fJO Tostage must be paid on all letters
I " -"f-i
newspapers 14 avail themselves ol tne
cheap postage, must pay quarterly in ad
vance. Ilia postmasters, who nre author
iud agents for Scott's Weekly Taper, will
explain tho rates.
fJCy CopiM of Scott s Weekly Taper
will be sent as spocimens to any address
Address, A. SCOTT, Publisher,
No. Ill Chestnut Street, Phila., Ta.
five dollar a year, is a fact truly worthy jllobb, Esq.; tho Beauty and the Ghoul, by
tho 'Caloric' ago, which is just now being iPiof. J. II. Ingraliam; the Dride's Dower,
uihored in. Ol the Knickei booker M tga-1 Anoymous for the present; the Mysteri-
z.nn, edited hy Lewi.i day lord Clark, it is ,ous belter, Dy Oeorgo Canning Hiil, lUm.
Here is a scries of stories bv writers of
acknowledged ability. No other paper hr.s
ever presented such a scrim. Tlicy wi'.l
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 probably run through nearly half a year,
preceded it. The Home Journal, edited by and wiil be accompanied ot:.l fu!!.ved by
Geo. T. Morris and N. T.Willis, is well other .shorter stories of irjiil merit. Tiio
known as tho best lumily newspaper 111 . proprietors mean tinit no oilier I'ai.t.ly pa
Ameiica: and the Musical World and Times, per shall excel it in tucfnl ieiiJin Ti
it us. It is required, loo, by tho present j edited by Richard Storrs Willis with Low-'. best that money and industry cau command
stage law, that subscribers to weekly loll Mason, Goo. 11. Curtis, Thomas Has- shall be given.
tings, Wm. T. Bradbury, Geo. F. Root, and ; Immense Lditiou. 1 (in circulation ot
other musicul writers contributing; and the "Newspaper" has increased wi'.li'a th j
which gives, among other things, over $'.!. last lew weeks more rapidly timn evtr lie-
worth ot music and a tu.l course ot instruc- j lore ; and that it tiny not oso its character
lion in harmony annually, is iho very best 'of a news paper, by gnin:j t.) press p. lo;ig
musical journal ever published. These I time before its date, we have procured twa
three puMications will post a family up in! Mammoth printing machines, capable each
regard to everything worth knowing: Art, ' of twenty thousand impressions per hour.
Science, Literatuie; music, puinting, sculp-! For the last two months we have been
Hire; Inventions, discoveries; wit, humor, j busily employed in getting them readv for
fancy, sentiment; the newc-t fashions and use, and expect to have them leady for tiio
other attractions for ladies; choice new mu- next number of the "Newspaper." Willi
sic for the Sabbath, the church, and the our new presses we are also making prcpa
firesiJes; reviews and criticisms of Musical rations lor a suit of new type, with which
Works, Tet formers and Performances; in we hope to make the "Newspaper" in ap
short, the very pick and cream of Novelty, pearance all that we labor to have it in sub
Incident, History, Biography, Art, Litera- stantial matter; and all for one dollar per
ture and Science ; including whatever can year to single subscribers, and at the lol
be given in periodicals to promote Healthy 1 lowing lower rates,
Amusement and Solid Instruction in tho I to vi. b.
family, and help to make it Better, Wiser, ; Club of 0 conies,
and Happier, may be now obtained for five ' Club of 13 copies,
H&rper'a New Honthty Magailne.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAG
AZINE has already reached a regular
monthly issue of more than 100,000 COP-
IEb, and is still steadilv and rapidly in
creasing. The Publishers have endeavored,
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 wo. i.i ; and the
which their ctlorts have been
extent to which their cfiorts have
successful is indicated by the fact, thai it 'dollars. Address DYER & WILLS, 357 , Club of 20 copies
has attained a greater circulation than any - Broadway. !
similar periodical ever issued. - - - ; - ,
Special efforts wil' be made to render ill Prospectus to De Bow's Review,
still more interesting and valuable during! Adapted to the Southern and Western
iho coining year. In addition to the usual States of the Union ; including statistics of
a'nple and choice selections of Foreign and '. foreign and domestic industry and enter-
uriso. 1 uuiisucu iiioiuniv in .vw ii ieuns,
Domestic Litf.Mure. an increased amount
ol Original Matter, by the ablest American
W riters, will be herealier lurnisned. I he
number of Pictorial Embellishments will
bo increased ; still greater variety will be
given to its literary contents; its Editorial
and Miscellaneous departments will bo still
fa it her enlarged ; and no labor or expense
will bo spared to render it in every way,
and in all respects, still more worthy of the
extraordinary favor with which it has been
lfutrtii's New Monthly Maoazime
owns its success to the fact, that it presents
murk reading matter, of u better quality,
in a xork elegant style, and at a cheaper
rate, than any other publication.'
Subscribers in any part of the United
Slates may now receive tho Magazine by
mail for three cents a number, or thirty-six
cents a year postage, either of tho Publish
ers, the Booksellers, or Periodical Agents.
at $5 per annum, in advance.
fXT Complete sets of the work, ten vol
Club of 27 copies,
Club of 3 1 copies, ...
Club of -rJ copies ... 31)
Club of o) copies, ... 35
Club of ?" copies, ... 50
The amount 01 subscription must he h
advance, and in no case for a shorter period
than one vcar.
f 1... I.,.. (.... ..l .: .1 ..1 1
umes, bound handsomely, and for sale at , auu.sr I V" ZTf r'
the off.ee, New Orleans, and will be sup-1 PJtJ ,d A' . l U ONN&CO..
plied on order, deliverable in any of the Piei-a 1 f T'"rJ c,,ctul
large cities or town. They are itn ii;eva-
luablo repository of practical information PPTrnQnrTi! tth n iT-.Tn
reguarding our country, and should have a ,.. raS0rJ 3 HAG AZI?JE.
place in every public aud pnvato library. . mcrenseJ 111 me?, nu.l improved
A few sets only remain. , m elegance and merit. Lined by Mh.
The Review is now rapidly growing in Anm S. Stephens, and C imtixs J. iVrEn
circulation. and will exhibit manv m-nat S0.N-. . 1 AQ re,lt ncrp:we in the circulation
.1' M v.. r I . .
improvements in tho coming year, in size,;'.1 e ov ism, i.ns determined
OSKCOPY,, On. Vtr,
MNE COPIES. -
tf th Clak,
What cart he got for Five Dollars ! !
The undersigned have entered into an
arrangement by which they agree to fur
nish the Knickerbocker Magazine, (month
ly,) the Homo Journal, (weekly,) and the
Musical World and limes, (weekly.) to
new subscribers, at the very moderate price
of five dollars a year for tho three publica
tions; all orders enclosing that amouui to
Dyer & Willis will bo promptly attended
l' SAMUEL HUESTON,
Publisher of the Knickerbocker.
MORRIS & WILLIS.
Publishers ot the Heme Journal.
DYER & WILLIS,
Publishers of iho Musical World and Times,
257, Broadway New-York
Oru4 literary sad ArtitUs ComblMtloa.
Arrangements have been made to fur
nish tho Knickerbocker Magazine, the
Homo Joureal, and the Aew York Musical
World and Times, to new aubscribors, for
five dollars a yeat 1 This is cheap litera
ture, with a veneeance. The Knicker
bocker is $3 per annum; the Home Jour
nal. $ls and the Musical World and Times,
St3: making 8 a vear at the usual rates.
matter, and appearance.
are its leading divisions
I. Literature. Criticisms, essays, poe
try, sketches of fact and fancy, summaries
ot foreign and domestic news, movements
n New (Ji leans, Aic.
II. Commerce. Its history, laws and
statistics, commodities, shipping, naviga
tion, treaties, tariffs, exports ami imports
trade of iho South and West, homo and
111. Agriculture. Discussion upon
cotton, lice, suirar. tobacco, hemp, Indian
corn, wheat, slavery and slave laws, tc r
IV. r.lANUFACTURRS I'rogiesS Ol JH
ufacturcs in the South and West. '
V. Internal Improvements. Canals, Ji r
roads, piankroads, general intercominunk "
tion South and West in the Union af
VI. Statistics. Complete tables upon ai.
of the above hoads of population, resour
ces, wealth, mortality, blacks and whites,'
Five QreatNoreiettes. Qreat ?
Attraction 1 1
Soma five or six weeks ogo, we an-
nounced that we would publish ftvo first-
class novelettes, written expressly lor tne
'Dollar Newspaper." Four wo had in
hand at the lime, and the fifth has sinco
The first is now
ensuing year, in orJcr still further to in
crease its list, llu will therefore, add
greatly 10 the number of pages, without, as
other Magazines have done, decreasing tho
quantity or elegance of tho embellishments.
The price, too, will remain a dollar less
than iti eotcmporries. As the postage
also? it teas, ha look for 100,000 subscribers
. . n ,'.. .;. clusively in this Maga
- , l-i '. j-the only Magazine whir-vt.dteel-pl.tte
U 'addeH - letter-preje
7 j.iiormation on all tho
'J - ..... i'yed direct from London
' . - fit wish to know tho real
.ahis periodical. Incur
t is the only authority. To
, illiuer, etc., it is invalu-
S,.,. .able l original of tho mnga
zinos. -'ia' 'luetiu;y department will bo
entirely rigirfsl.tiistead of being made up,
as are all the othr magazines, of second-rate
English stories.. During the last two
years thia tnagazluu' has been conicssedly
the best in the country for Ladies. It has
published more brilliant tales and novels in
that period, than all its colemporaries to
gether. During 1833, it will bo better
than ever. Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, the best
romance writer in America ; tho author of
"Dora Atherton," and others will contrib
ute exclusively for 1853. Tho domestic
onim) into our nossession
nearly half through, and haa everywhere
Kn TMv.ruinrrl a storv of arreat merit.
The following is tho order of publication: ! stories for which this magazine is famous
The Emigrant Squire, by P. Ilamilt'oaly jH, he continued from the pons of
Myers, Esq.; the Mad Artiit, by Jonn ?; tBcluea B touitn age.j
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