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BLOOM8BURG:
Thursday, October 10, 1801.
ONE MEAL A DAV.- A Washington corres
pondent of the Charleston News, has the
following The venerable Mr. Tali afero, the
Librarian of (he Treasury Qppartment snd
formerly"a member of Congress of Virginia,
eat" but one meal (>er day, and that is his
dioaer. He is in perfect health. Such ia
tha power of habit- It he goes to a party
and is obliged to take supper, he emits his
dinnor the noxi day.
CF" A venerable "Bloomer," in Wnrces
4ur, Mass.. knock,cJ down a boy who insul
ted her on account of her dress, on Satur
day. The Spy excuses her on the ground
that she was neither old nor ogly.
OF Col. Benton i- at Washington, engag.
Ed upon his book—his thirty years observa
tions as a Senator. Tint St Lonis Republi
can says that he has takan up bis residence
at Washington city for the fall and winter.
Wtr. T. Follmer is elected to tha Le
gialature from Northumberland. He is the
Democratic nominee.
John C. Kunkle, Whig, is thought to be
elected to the Senate.
MARBIEP.
On the 27th ult., by the Rev. H. Funk, Mr.
GEOXUE LAUBACK, of Benton township, and
Miss CHARLOTTE MCHCNRT, of Fishingcreek
township.
In Plymouth, on the morning of the 7th
inst., by the Rev. Mr. Harvey, Mr. ELIJAH C.
WADHAMS to Miss ESTHER F. daughter of
Samuel French Esq., all of Plymoth.
On the Bth inst. by the Rev. Win. J. Ey
er, Mr DANIEL F. SCHMICK, to Miss CATHA
SINE BALDT, both of Catlawissa.
On the 12th inst., by the same, Mr. JACOB
GAUMER, of Cat'.awissa, to Mrs. ROSETTA
LCEKER, of Lewistown, Union Co., Pa
DIED.
At her residence, in Wilkesbarre, on Frt
day.evening. Oct. 10th, Mrs. EMILV, wife of
George M. Holleuback, aged 55 years.
In Hemlock township, on Tuesday Octo
ber Bth. Mr. RICHARD KINNEY, aged 77 years
1 month aud 22 days.
The deceased was one of the most res
peotable of tha old citizens of tha neighbor
hood in which he resided, and had been for
forty-one years a pious and exemplary
church member
In Hemlock township, on, Thursday the
flth inst., WILLIAM, eon of Peter Whiten ight,
aged about 16 years.
LIST OF LETTERS,
REMAINING in the Post Office at
Bloomsburg, October Ist, 1851.
Brumbach Harvy M'Michael William
Bets Elisha Maylati J.
Burmitigham H. Morris Elizabeth
Brown William Mill Samuel
Billir J. VV. B. Obiaster Andrews
Cohn Isaac Kosomer William
Cox Milton Rogers John
Davis Ma-garet Robertson John T.
Deframe Jesse Stone M.
Duncan J. Sbuoiau G. R.
Kverhart Sarah Stehly Philip Rev 2
Gilbert Joseph Sterling Calvin
Holliater Mr. Stalsy William 2
Johnson E. A. Talhert John
James Josiah (ship) Williams E. W.
Kidney Robert Wilburd S. P.
Kester Ephraim WoodsidesJ
Liwis Tl o.nas Walters Rees
Lewis Charles Wood Margaret!
Lamb David R. Werty Isaac
Laurisb Agnes Weaver Benjamin B.
Miliar Jonathan
J. M. CHAMBERLIN, P M.
October 11, 1851.
" A GOO DTAUMT?
PUBLIC 8 ALE!
THERE will be old at public sale, on
Monday the 17th day of November,
1851, that well known tract of land belong
ing to the estate of Jacob Fox deceased,
situate in Caltawissa township and adjoining
land of William Davidson, Stephen Baldy,
Abraham Ludwig, David Kohrback and oth
ers. It contains 116 Acres and 85 Perches,
strict measure ; and there are on the prom
ises TWO DWELLING HOUSES, one bam,
a stable and other outbuildings : also an
111 ORCHARD
oTcftlce fruit trees, and a never failing
spring of water.
One part of the premises, [containing one
Acre ana 125 perches, will be offered sepa
rate on tho day of sale. One of the houses
and the stable are upon this lot. It is just at
the corner of the Public Cross roads, end
well suited for a tenant house or a mechan
ic.
The sale is made in pursuance of the last
will of the late owner, and will be held upon
the premises, to commence ut 10 o'clock in
the forenoon when due attendance will be
given and coddilions made known by
WILLIAMTFOX, ti
JAMES-FOX,
Executori.
Caltawissa township, October 9tb, 1851,
THIS WAY FOR
BARGAINS!
PETER ENT respectfully invites attention
to his stock of new goods which he
has received and opened at his old stand in
Light Street, and which he olfers at the low
est prices to his old customers and as many
■Mtr ones as wish to buy
GOODIAND CHEAP GOODS.
He has endeavored to comprise some
thing in his stock to suit every taste, and to
select with care his assortment of goods. He
pan lurniah
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
of almost any variety of styles and qualities
for fall and winter wear ; and for mens' wear
be can furnish about every artiole desirable
from a cap dowu through broad cloth and
satin to a good boot or shoe. About every
article usually kept in a country store oan be
found in his selection of
DRY GOODE. GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
QUEEHSWARE, AS D
CEDARWARE.
And be is determined to tell good goods at
euch prices that every purchaser willl>e glad
to come back for a few mora of the same
sort. Corps, see the goods end try yony lock
at good bargain*.
- Light -Street, Oct 15th, 185).
Q3ofae3>aticaicA> <3DadQLa£x*B
frpHE uniformed Companies be-
A longing to the first Brigade
flth Division P. V., are notified to
meet in Battallion at Light Street on
SATURDAY the 18th day of OC
TOBER, at 10 o'clock A. M. with
arms and accoutraments in good
order for Parade and Drill.
N. B. —An Election will be held
in the afternoon of the said day, at the Pub
lic House of Peter Shug, for
One Lieutenant Cplonei.
One Major.
One Brigade Inspector, for tho said Bat
tallion.
M. MCDOWELL,
Brxg'd. Grn't 1 Brig. 9 Div. P V.
BRIGADIER GENERAL'S OFFICE, >
Light Street, Sept. 25,'51. j
The Model Architect.
A SERIES OF ORIGINAL DESIGNS FOR
Cottages, Pittas, Subuiban Residences, Coun
try Churches, School Houses,
Ire., Ifc., Ire.
BY SAMUEL SLOAN, Ach't.
The above work is dvaigned to mcot the
wishes not only of thoso directly inter
ested in building, but all who desiro the ad
vancement of this noble art in our country,
and wish to cultivate their tastes and ac
quaintance with architecture. The hand
some manner in which it is prepared and
embellished, renders it a tasteful ornament
for the drawing room, while its accurate de
lineations give it the highest practical value.
The Projector will find iu it every variety
of style and design accompanied, as mem
tioned below, by all minutia necessary to
construction. By its aid he may build with
out danger of making thoso ludicrous and ;
oxpettsive mistakes which so often occur. (
The Operative Artizan of every grade will ,
Snd the work of inestimable value. It is a |
complete book of reference, ana all plates (
are drawo to a scale with the utmost accura- (
cy, so that he has only to study them with |
his rule and compas.
Tha work, in two volumes ol twelve num
bers each, to ba issued monthly until com- |
plete. Each number contains four litho- ,
7;raph engravings of origin \l designs, costing ,
rom 8800 to SI4OO. There are also 4 sheets
of details accompauing (he designs, com- ■
prising grand plans, &c. Besides this, each |
number contains eight pages of loiter press. ,
descridtise of the designs, giving extended
accounts of the various styles adopted, es
says on warming, vintiUtion, Ac., elaborate
specifications, estimates tables, and in short
everything desirable, either for construction
or for general information, in deautilul type :
the whole being executed on the very finest
paper, manufactured, expressly for the
work.
PRIOE — SO cents anumber.
The work can he obtained through any
bookseller.
Address, post paid,
E. S. JONES & CO. Publishers.
S. W. oor. 4th and race sts., Phila., Pa.
IPTFLMMMI SIHKH ©BP
IN persuar.ee of an order of the Orphans
Court oKfelumbia county, oil Saturday
the lth day of October next, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, Luther A. Garrnan and
Cleinuel M Henry Adm's. &c., of Daniel
M'Henry late of Fisbingrreek township, in
said county, deceased will expose to sale by
Public Vendue, upon the premises, a certain
tract ol
jgggfe 100 ACRES
SXL WOODLAITO
In Fishing-Creek township Columbia coun
ty, adjoining land of J. Deimer M'Henry,
Moses M'Henry, Joseph Fullmer aud Philip
Applematt.
Late the Estate of said deceased, situate
in the township of Fishingcreek anil county
aforesaid.
JACOB EYERLY, Clerk.
I Bloomsburg, Sept. 11, 1851.-ts
HATS AND CAPS.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and customers, that he has iust re
ceived from the city, a large and select as
sortment of
FASHIONABLE
Hats and Caps, of
DURABLE MAKE AND IMPROVED
STYLE, which he offers for cash sales very
cheap, at his old stand, on Main Street, sec
ond iloor South of the t ourt house.
rr* He continues to manufacture Hats to I
order as usual.
THOMAS WILLITS.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, 1849.
Administrators' Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that lettors of
administration upon the estate of Sam
| uel Sclirock, late of Hemlock township
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted to the subscriber residing in Buck
horn, Columbia county. All persons .know
ing themselves indebted to the said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
and those having accounts against the es
tate to preser.tthem to
JACOB HARRIS,
Administrator.
Buckhorn, August 30lh 1851-61.
Fire Insurance.
THE Delaware Mutaal Safety Insurance
Corpoany, have appointed the undersigned
an Agent, to make insurances in Columbia
county. The Company is in good credit,and
is conducted upon sound principles. Persons
insured by the Company are entitled to the
rights of membership therein, are elegible
as Directors of tho Corporation, but without
any individual liability for the tosses or expenses
of the Company. The amount of premium
and policy paid when insured is the extent
of liability. Persons desirous of effecting
an insurance upon property, can call upon
the undersigned, at his Office in Bloomsburg.
CHARLES R. BUCKALEVV.
May 22, 1850.
~ li. W. wEAV ER7
ATTOEIOBY'-AMAW
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA
! OFFICE —On tho Ea'it side of Main Street,
three squares below Market.
Shawls! Shawls!?
Anew parcel of long shawls, of Bay State
Milts manufacture, andTerkerri shawls
just receivsd aud for sale cheap by
GEORGE W EAVER.
Bloomsburg, October 14th, 1851.
' Muffs! Muffs!!
Anew lot of fine grey and black muffs
juat received and for sale cheap by
GEORGE WEAVER.
Bloomaburg, October 14tb, 1851.
A NEW LOT OF BOOKS,
JUST received and opened at the Bloom •
burg Book Store by
„ JOSEPH SWARTZ.
Veomtiwk, April }6th> 1861.
i * osibowhjAlßO
SURVETOR GENERAL'S OFFICE OP PA. )
June 30, 1851. }
I SOLOMON NEVUARD, Esquire, Surveyor of
i tho County of Columbia:
Slß: —The act passed the tenth day of
April, 1835, authorizing the graduation and
valuation of the unpatented lands in this
Commonwealth, by iha Commissioners of
the several counties, and which has been
extended from time to time by supplomcn
ary nets, expnen on tho tenth day of De
cember, 1851 (see Pamphlet Laws, 1849,
page 38.) after which limo no abatement of
any interest can be made on the purchase
motley duo on such lands. I have, there
fore conceived it to be my duty to give this
notice to all the County Surveyors. You
will take such measures ns yon may deem
proper to circulate this fact, in order that
those interested may av.t.l themselves of
the benefit of a law which fayors those who
own unpatented lands very much.
There is no appropriation made to defray
the expenses of publishing this notice in the
different counties, or else! should have ta
ken that method of giving notice in the news
paper" Vorv respectfuly yours,
J POUTER BRAWI.EY, Surveyor Gen.
LP' lite county Surveyor has a list of the
unpatented lands within the county of Col
umbia.
July 28, 1851 —3t.
SEW CARRIAGE
MANUFACTORY!
THOUSANDS HAVE GONE TO CALI
FORNIA, but the business of Coach and
Wagon making will bo continued by the sub
scriber at the old stand on Market street. He
will promptly attend to nil orders for work in
his lino of business, and is always ready, at
short notice, to furnish Wagons, Coaches
Carriages, Buggies, Sleds and Sleighs of any
style ; but always of the best materials, and
made in the most substantial manner.
He will give his personal attention to the
business, and employ none but good work
men. Repairing will be attended to with
care, and upon the most reasonable terms.—
Ho proposes to serve his customers to such
work as will secure for him a continuance o
their patronage, and from all who noed arti
cles in his line of business. He asks only a
rial of his work to insure satisfaction.
JONATHAN MOSTELLER.
GIVE) 'EM FITS!!
Peter 8. Leidy
Can manufacture just as neat and fashions
ble a suit of clothing as any other tailor it
these digging. As a sample of his work
manship, ne refers you to the
BEST FITTING COAT
To be found in the town, which is quite cec
tain to have come ftom his shop.
He regubrly reeeivoe the iatest city fash
ions, and from his experience in the bust
ness can ensure satisfaction in his work.
Ho has also on hand an assortment of
CLOTH,
CASSIMERES,
& TRIMMINGS,
At the lowest prices, from which he will
make up to order coats, pants, or vests of any
desirable style.
tyilis shop is on the North side of Main
Street, a few doors above tho Court-house.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 14, 1850.
WMZo l 2 i ai©lSisS'2 , ©SJS
NEW S AIHTLTR SHOP.
The subscriber announces to the pubile
that he has just opened a Saddler Shop in the
central part of Bloomsburg, on Main street,
one door above Rupert's Store, where he
will keep constantly on hand and make to
order all kinds of
HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS,
VALIECES.
And every other article in his line of busi
ness. He will also attend to TRIMMING
carriages and buggies', in every desirable
style, and will turn off all his work neat and
good ; and at the loweßt prtcos. Those who
wish work in his line will do well to give
him a call.
tF"Hides, country produce, and even gold
dollars will bo taken in payment lor work.
W. M'fc.THORNTON.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1849.
BLOOM3BUKG ACADEMY.
A HIGH SCHOOL
For Young I ndies and Gentlemen.
J. E. BRADLEY, Principal.
A sufficient number of competent Assis
tants will at all times be employed.
The ensuing Fall Session will commence
on MONDAY the Ist' day of September
next, and will continue 16 weeks.
TERMS.
Tho academic year consists of 44 weeks.
The price of tuition per quarter is as fol
lows :
For Reading, Penmanship, Grammar, A
ithmeiir, Book-Keoping by tingle entry,
Geography, History of the U. S. 83 25
For samo, and Algebra, Geometry, Sur
veying, Mensuration, Bojk-Keeping by dou
ble entry, General History, Natural History,
Physiology, Philosophy, other Euglish bran
ches, and drawing. 84 50
For Latin, Greek, German & French, 5 75
SW Good boarding oati be obtained in pri
vate families at from 81 5(1 to 82 00 per
week.
REFERENCES. —CoI. Joseph Paxton, Hon.
Stephen Baldy, Hon. Geo. Mack, Michael
Brobst, Esq., John M'Reynolds, Esq., acd
the Citizens of Bloomsburg.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 12, 1851.
E. CS. EOTTaRi
GIO KOTOW BOOTHS®,
Respectfully offers his professional servioe
to the ladies and gentlemen of Blooms
burg and vicnily. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operations iu DENTISTRI
and is provided with the latest improved
porcelain teeth, which will be inserted on
GOLD PLATE from one to an entire set.
OFFICE—NEAR THE ACADEMY
Bloomsburg, April 30 1851
Monongahela Whiskey.
rv'he subscribers are in constant receipt and
■* consignment o( OLD MONONGAHELA WHIS
KEY from Pittsburg, of various grades, which
they offer for sale in lots to suit purchasers—
recommending if as beiug pure, unadultura
ted Rye.
A Superior article of Cherry Brandy con
stantly on hand.
ALSO Hams, Lard, Chease, &c.
ECKY & WATKIN,
No. 13 South Water st, Philadelphia.
Aug. 34th 1851.—3 DI.
WINDSOR AND COMMON CHAIR
made to order of any desirable style at th
chair manufactory of B. HAGENJUCH
Bioomshtug, May ith 1850.
K£T£3B'v3Ky
®or Spring anb Summer.
WSCo SffiS HSfflfltfrST & <[email protected]
Have just recoived and o|>eiied a large as
sortment of new spring and eummer
good*, which they offer to their old custo
mers and new ones at the lowest pfices.
Their slock is large, and selected to suit the
wants of this region of country. It compri
ses every thing of
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE
QUKENSWARE, CEDAR
WARE, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND
SHOES,;
and those who hnve long patronised them
are the best judges of their mode ot doing
business; and the longcontined confidence of
the eommmanitv is the best recommenda
tion they can offer to new patrons. Their
stuck of goods will be kept up by by the re
ceipt of new parcels from the city, nearly
every week during tho summer.
Bioomsburg, April 22d, 1851.
Tk* Honseifife's Help and Husband's Joy I
THE UCKIIAN WASHING FLUID
T>OES away entirely with that laborions
-'-'task of tubbing the Clothes upon the
washboard. It contains no ingredients what
ever injurious to the finest fabric or the fltth.
The proprietors wish every one to give it •
trial, end ii it does not prove to Be as re
commended, tho money, in every such case
will be refunded. Full directions accompa
ny each bottle. Retail price 12i Cents per
Bottle, sufficient to do two ordinary washings,
and saving the Clothes mote by not rubbing
them than the cost of six bottles—besides
removing stains of ftuit, Sic., if there be
any, and the time and iabot saved.
Prepared only by I. P. HOYT & CO.
Philadelphia.
J. K. EDGAR, Bioomsburg, Agent for Col
umbia County.
AIL orders received by him wholesale or
retail, will be promptly attended to.
SEW IMPORTERS U JOBBERS.'
FREEMAN* HODGES t CO.,
58 Liberty street, between llroadway and Nas
sau-street, near the Post Offite, New York.
WE are receiving; by daily arrivals from
Europe, our Fall and Winter assortment
of rich fashionable fancy silk and millinery
goods.
We respectfully invite all Cash Purchas
ers thoroughly to examino our Slock and
Prices, and as interest governs, we feel con
fident our Goods and Prices will intluce them
to select from our establishment. Particular
attention is devoted to MILLINERY GOODS,
and many of the articles are manufactured
expressly to our order, and cannot be sur
passed in beauty, style and cheapness.
Beautiful Parts Ribbons, for Hat, Cap,
Neck, and Belt.
Satin and Taffeta Ribbons, of all widths
and colors.
Silks, Stains, Velvets, and Uncut Velvets,
fo. Hate.
Feathers, American and French Artificial
Flowers.
Puffings, and Cap Trimmings.
Dress Trimmings, large assortment.
Embroideries, Capes, Collars, Under
sleevds ami Culfe.
Fine embroidered Reviere and Hemstitch
Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Crapes, Liases, Tarletons, Illusion and Cap
Laces.
Valencienes, Brussels, Thread, Silk, and
Lisle thread Laces.
Kid, Silk, Sewing Silk, Lisle Thread,
Merino Gloves and Mitts.
Figured and plain Swiss, Book, Bishop
Lawn and Jaconet Muslins.
English, French, American and Italian
Straw Goods.
Aug. 28, 1851-6 m.
Readtug R. R. Pauengoi Train*
O OFFICE OF THE PAILADELPHIA
AND READING RAILROAD COMPA
NY.—Philadelphia, Aug. 30, 1851.—FALL
ARRANGEMENT, fare reduced from Philada.
to Pottaville. Two Passenger Trains daily
(Sundays excepted.) On and after Sept. 1,
1851, two trains will be run each way, dai
ly, between Philadelphia and Pottstrille.
MORNING LINE
Leaves Philadelphia at 7J o'clock, A.' M.,
daily, except Sundays. Leaves Poltsvilie at
7! o'clook, A. M., daily, except Sundays.
AFTERNOON LINE
Leaves Philadelphia at 3 o'clock, daily
except Sundays. leaves Pottaville at 34
o'clock, daily, except Sundays.
UP d£>a 2_JB 5£3 =.
Between Philadelphia and Pottaville $2,75
Ist class oars arid $2,25 2d class cars.
Between Philadelphia and Reading 81,75
Ist class cars and 1,45 2d class cars.
Depot in Philadelphia corner of Broad and
Vine streets.
Pa-ongers cannot enter the cars unless
provided with a ticket.
Fifty pounds of baggage will be allowed
to each passenger in these lines, and pas
sengers are expressly prohibited from taking
anything as baggage but their own wearing
apparel, which will be at tlys risk of its own
er.
By order of the Board of Managers.
8. BRADFORD, Secretary.
Aug. 30, 186h—tf.
BOOTS ic SHOES.
MF AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Respectfully announces to his friends and the
public that he has taken the Boot and Shoe
Store lately kept by Warren Russol, where
he has always on hpnd and makes to order
all kinds of Boots aud Shoes at the following
prices:
Men's fine calf or rrjprocco boots, 84 a 4 50
do kin or cow hide, 3 25
do calf shoes 2 00
* do" cow bide, 1 75
do miners', nailed, 2a 2 50
Ladies' gaiters, 2 a 2 25
" Lace boots, 162
" Thick soled slippers lal 37
" Pump soled, . 100
" Jenny Lind,s 125 a 1 50
Boys', youihs' snd children's shoes in pro-
Eorlion. Ho manufactures his work of the
est of slook—warrants it to wear; and is
determined to sell it as low as others can
their Yankee or city work. Call and see lor
yourselves. Shop on Main St., next door
below Hartman's Store.
Bloomsburg, April Ist, 1851.
Executor's Notice.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that letters tes-
J-N tatnentary upon the estate of Corne
lius Rittenhoos* Hue of Beaver township,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, residing in the
said township of Beaver. All persons know
ing themselves indebted to the said estate,
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned, and those having ac
(ouuls against the decedent to present them
to MICHAEL RITTENHOUSE,
JOSIAH RITTENHOUSE,
PETER RITTENHOUSE.
Executors.
Bft yet Township, Sept, 10, 1861.-04
VALUABLE BOOKS.
JUST PUBLISHED AMD FOR SALE BY
JOlim S TAYLOR,
Bookseller and Publisher,
143 NASSUA STREET, NEW-YORK.
Tite following books will bo sent by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the United
States, on the receipt of the money for the
same, which may be forwarded by mail, at
the risk of tho Publisher.
THE SACRED MOUNTAINS By Rev. J.
T. Ileadley, I vol. 12m0., Illustrated, full
cloth, SI,00: gilt edges, extra, 81,60.
THE SACdED MOUNTAINS. By' Rev. J.
T. Ileadley, 1 vol. 13 mo., without the
plates. Sunday School edition. 50 rte.
SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS,
Bv Rev. J. T. Ileadley—l vol. 12mo,
Illustrated, full cloth, SI 00; gilt edges,
Si 30
SACKED SCENES AND CHARACTERS.
1 By Rev. J. T. Headley. 1 vol, 18mo.,
without the plates. Sunday School edi
tion, 50 cts.
HISTORY OF THE PERSECUTIONS AND
BATTLES OF THE WALDENSES. Ily
Rev. J. T Headley.—l vol. ISino, Illus
trated, full cloth, 50 cts.
HISTORY OF THE WALDENSES. By
Rev. J. T. Headley. 1 vol. IB mo. Sun
day School edition. 31 ote.
NAPOLEON AND HIS DISTINGUISHED
MARSHALS. By Rev. J. T. Headly 1
vol. 12m0., Illustrated, full cloth, 91.
LUTHER AND CROMWELL. By Rev. J.
T. Headley.—l vol. 12mo , Illustrated, full
cloth, 91.
RAMBLES AND SKETCHES. By Rev. J
T. Headley—l vol. 12m0., Illustrated,
full cloth, St.
THE POWER OF BEAUTY. By Rev. J.
T. Headley— 1 vol. 18mo., Illustrated, full
cloth, 50 eta ; gilt edges, extra, 75 cts.
LETTERS FROM THE BACKWOODS
AND THE ADRONIDACK. By Rev. J.
T. Headley—l vol. 12ra0., full cloth,
50 cts.
BIOGRAPHY OF THE SAVIOUR AND HIS
APOSTLES. With a portrait of each, en
graved on steel. With an essay on the
Character of the Apostlee, by Rev. J. T.
Headly.—l vol' 12m0., 15 engravings, 91;
gil edges, extra, 75 cts.
THE BEAUTIES OF REV. 1. T. HEADLEY,
With his Life.—l vol. 18mo., Illustrated,
50 cts; gilt edges, extra, 91,50.
HEROINES OF SACRED HISTORY.—By
Mrs. Steele. Illustrated with splendid en
gravings. 1 vol. 12mo; new, enlarged
and revised edition, 81; gilt edges, extra,
51 50.
THKOPNEUSTY, OR THE PLENARY IN
SPIRATION OF THE HOLY SCRIP
TURES. By Professor Gausaen of Gene
va. Translated by Rev. E. N. Kirk. A
new and enlarged editiou. 1 vol. 12mo ,
410 pages, 91.
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Us object is to illustrate and "render more
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Rambles and Sketches —By Rev. J. T. Head
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Mr, HssJley is one of themoat promising wri
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i'arie and London exhibit a thousand tiaitaof an
ingenuoua natuie, upon which a man of taate
will delight to linger. We predict for this a
aale equal to that of any of the eulhor'a works
[New York News.
Ths collection is one of which no author
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