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ensure victory to prtserv th unity nd purity fth ptrty, and cure the credit of eonsieteney noT initial, Therefor, , f Risolyid, That th dmercy of Putnam oounty, regarding at they do the qaeation of th currency aa paramount to all others in import- aace, take this method of reiterating their char- iahed views en tliic momentous subject,, and pro' trouncing onca mora their determined hostility to vary apeeiaa of paper money, and their anxiety ( meka that poeilion lha baait of their future partisan struggle. - RaioLVED, .That lha trua tad only tost of a maa party eheracter, is hie pocitionon the ouoi tian of Banking, the time having passed when a democrat can be the advocate of a paper currency, and retain ma (landing in the demoeratio party. Rmolvid, That the purity and aueceaa of the demoeratia party in Ohio dopenda principally on . making up the correct issue on the aubject of banking that It becomes the Drat and great duty f lha 8th of January eenvention to declare the ettled and determined hostility of the democracy ' f Ohio te every specie of papor money, end their determination la contend for nothing leas than ite annihilation, and return to the currency of the constitution, aa the only preaervative of eur ineti- tutlena and libartiea. Rmolvid, That we have viewed with pleaeure the recent aaarked demonstrations of the Ohio democratic preaa in favor of thia high and invul nerable position, alwayf excepting the Ou'o Stattiman, whieh in the handaof ite present pro prietora has become lha organ and apologiat of the paper money interest, and ia therefore unworthy the coufidenoe and patronage of the Ohio domoe- racy. , On motion, RessheJ, That the proceed' ingi of thii Convontion be published in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio Eagle, and Kct Ma Venturs. T. R. McCLURE, PrtsU. , Jam u Mackbnzii, Sec'y. To Ovu Patron.- A new year in a timo for new resolutions, tnd wo havo mado one , which if, hereafter to publish on Thursdays. Our reaion for this ia that finishing our busi- neia in tha beginning of tho week has proved aa awkward ai going backwards, and has occa. ioned irregularity. We hope that those who are friendly to our journal, and whoso hearts are opened to deeds of benevolanco by tlicso holiday times, will try and favor us with a " Chrittma gifi" ia the shnpo of addition al aubscribers; when would be decidedly a cheap and effiiaiont substituto for (ho turkeys which we should have received but that our condition of bachelorhood prevented. There ia a class of freebooters, whoso depredations we deplore. Wo hopo that they will soixo this occaasion to ropsnt, and tako tho paper to signalize thoir repentance ; we mean those who have all along been ta king their neighbor's. A man told us the other day to slop his pnper and gave as a reason that his neighbors took it from tho office, and from his houso frequently, before ho hnd read it hirasolf, and he thought that if they would only take and pay for thoir own newspapers it would be decidedly mora respectable. An opinion in which wo fully concurrod. Wo would say to such, borrow your neigh bor's horse or his waggon, hia plough or his aie, when ho wants thorn, but when you carry off his paper first be sure ho has road it. NufJT sod. . . BkokbJail. By an advertisement in to day's papor it will be seen that Wm. Holmes, a ' counterfeiter, and Nolson nnd Major Curtis, indicted for murder, made thoir escape from tho county jail, on Saturday last, by cutting through tho wall. The escape was ingeniously plnnnod. Tho ineida of tho cells of tho jail woro planked with two inch oak plank; this was sawod through, and the marks of tho cutting obliterated by a com position of oil and blacking, which made it resemble tho dingy wood so perfectly, that dotcction was naxt to impossible. With a . hingo broken off tho dungeon door the brick was romovod, and escape made. The Sheriff is no way to blamo as tho ccl!a of tho jail aro above ground,'wilh single walls, it is almost cortain that a desperate villain will get out. No precautions can keep them confined in a prison like ours, as the event has proved. Evory exertion his been made for thoir recovery by tho Shorifl' but hitherto without success. Loom out fob a squall.-The following is an extract from a lottcr writton by a gen tloman in Columbus to a friend in Steuben villo. The farmers and others had better bo . on the look out. We copy it from tho Stcu- . lenville Union: "A sufficient number of shares of tho Stacro Company have been secured to force ' the celobratod William Neil to soil out. He it no more one of the Proprietors of the firm of Jeil, Moore, ana Vo. Here I want to caution you and ' my friends in Btoubcnville to be very careful how you sleep over night with any amount of the Clinton Bank paper in your hands. Serious doubts are entertained in this city, aa regards the ability of this institution to continue much longer. - Persons havo been led to this conclusion by the following reasons , Wm. Neil, directly or indirectly, is indebted a fraction 6ver Two Hundred Thousand Dollars; and a few other Directors to an amount exceeding tho crpital stock, of said Bank f 300,000; dthat tho Bank is in-' dobtod to the Government , about ' Eighty Thousand Dollars, and should a' draw be made she cannot survive, as is believed by exptmonced bankora m this place. - Onr Mew Year's Address. The following address, furnishod by a friend who occasionally courts tho musoa, shows that his woodland . lyre, though not often strung, is not without tones of groat beauty and power: Of vera in wildB tho fancy lov'd to otray, And wake her bright creations from tho shade, Cesido tho woodland cascade loitering stray, u And weave tier web trom beauty in the gluilo, Perhaps indoed her sun-bright visions mado A now creation peoplo up tho wood With croaturcs pure and lovely, such as play'd - In Edon'a bowers, when innocently good, , Our groat grand ma, of pain first chow'd tho ; bittor cud. The woods woro brifrliten'd with pootic fire, And why not etui 7 As euro no I'm alivo. I'll sweep tho cordo of my poor woodland lyro, And toll my patrone ot tho " Northern Hivo," Hew much I wish thoir liberal causo may thrive Itow door to me tho lroo born spirit's power,' How groat my prayer that frocdom may revive The de mocratio apirit in an hour Spread from the nortliorn hivo monopoly tn cowor Another yoar is buried with tho pant, Oblivion's black win;? Haps above its bior; To many this has been tho very last Their Iciva. their nitv. friundxbin. hone and four " Have oil bcon nuinbor'd with tho thin" thut wore." But man, frail mnn still trembles on tho tide, Of that rough stream that carries all that's dear, To the ahoaus whoso portals open wiue Received within their elittdoa tho shades of those that died. The remnant still left lingering on the shore. Ut this trail world, cease not to toil ana bioca, For what whon won, as it has been beforo, Is born by human breath, like to a rood Cast on the waters. Such lias been tho meed Of those who strove to blond immortal bays Upon ambition's brow. It is decreed That truth enan.wrap its votaries wun a uinzo Of glory, lilto that which lighted Israel in bur wilder'd mnzo. While mad ambition, crrasninrr at tho stars. Shall tall disarmed aim helpless to tho (noun u, Domocracy ! thy spirit only wars With error's dark appliances, that wound Dear freedom's hopes and drag them to the ground Thy noblo warl'aro aims to rouse tho world, That truth may bo again with lnurola crown'd That nor broad bannor ue ajjom uniurra, And its celestial tints wave o'or tho waken'd world. Thine is tho glorious standard of mankind, Itais'd wharo oppression waves tier bloouy nana ; Whero tyranny makes fottors for the mind, Thou break'st thorn with a motion of thy wand. The castled towers of Ireland seo thoo stand, With inoro than mortal majesty and mien, Hor " Young Democracy hear thy command To doff the slavish livery of their queen, And take thy codo of truth, to cheer their Iulc of Oreen. Tho warm of heart, tho great of soul aro tltino Tho gonorous spirits ol that gonoious Isle Thy word will mako again hor glories shine. Her corns to sparkle, tortilo lielus to smile. Hor music melt, hor poetry beguile. ller (irotiaii'u, flood's, anu bmmct'a suauco, to break Tho prison houao whoro they have lain tho while, To ring tho tocsin, and the world to wane, From tyranny's dark uiht, and thrones and sceptres uiiako. Tho balmy breezes of tho eouth nro thine. And miiuhot thine is ourn, and moro tli:ill be: Our myrtlos and our laurels sweetly twino, And blond in beauty, Lov'd damocvacy ! Thy homo nnd habitation's with tho free; Hero hast thou set thy throne its burning w all , Will shadow all the land from sea to sea Thy niantlo ol protection cover nil From every clime, and nation, gnthcr'd at thy call. Thnu nrt the ruling spirit of the timo. J hy conquests widen with a niairic power Lo! whore tho Rocky-mountains' peaks, sublime, Abovo the clouds in skyey cranueur tower Thy conquering legions through tho passes pour, And the broad valley ol the Oregon, Shall seo thy glorious standard, which will cower, And conqucri: reeilom's cur mivo on, And spread thy wido .urea, land of our Washington. Horn in tho woods, thy native temple, here Whoro vilo corruption has not stultified ic human heart; thou nit to UK iunt dear Distiibut'iiir ill v blessings far and wide And here wo light and conquer by thy skin.. Monopoly in vain may strive to buy, The bnit ot paper money has been tried . " And spurned, llns ntuto destroying ho Has no Bediming power wilii truo Democracy, Protecting genius of my native land, Roll on thy conquests thro' the now-born your tiprcnil thy broad banner on 1 acme's strand, And reign from sea to sea suprema a3 hore- Mako man in every clime thv -truth rovero, ' And swear by thy pure spirit to defend Thy altar-fires and woman's holy leur, Joy-sparkling, from its fountain to ascend And draw down lovo divino uloiiff with tltco to blend. , " Ts not the past all shadow?" asks tlio bard Of course, tho very " shadow of n shade." No timo like now, so ahel! mo out tlio hard," In dimos or shilling!, any thing that's made To chocr the Devil in hio inky trade. Shell out, dear Patron, e'en a single dime That's what I call substanliul, real, slaid. It feeds the belly, clothes tho back ; that's pvi me, jinu mo aim joy impaua ro ragged sons ol , rhyino. Wmo comtkmpt or Law. Iii the Henato, on the 15th inst., Mr, EJgerton introduced a resolution calling on the Auditor of State for information in reference to the State indebtedness. On tho 18th, tho Auditor reported that the Fund Commissioners had borrowed m?ney, but as tkero was no evi denes of it in fj5sa DlTice, he could not give tlio required information. Tho law requires a record of the loans contracted by the atato to be placed in the Auditor's office; yet tho Fund Commissioners have violated the law. and Mr.' Kelley very reluctantly admitlod this fact, on a motion mado by Mr.Eugorton calling upon tho'Canul Fund Commissioners to report what sum or sums they had borrow. d since the adjournment of tho last Legis lature. This last motion was staved off by calling tho orders of the day, a whig scheme to avoid voting for enquiry, and does not look well for whig management of our finances. Is thera any thing about this matter that will not bear invontigation? It would seom bo, or why is the law violated? (7- Several matters of interest in the pro- cco dings of the Ohio Legicluture, havo been omitted this week to make room for tho Con al gresaional news. Ia'ottr next wo will sup ply tho omission. 0- Tho latest news , from Washington being intelligence oflho acquittul of McNullyi Wo aro glad of it. What will tho coons do now? They will offer a kingdom for a scoundrel in the Democratic ranks, so that they can raiso a great pother and shield thoir own rascality. . Annexation op Texas. Tho joint roao ulions introduced by Mr. Douglass for tho admission of Texas into the Union, passed the IIouso of Representatives en tho IO1I1 inst. by a vote 141 to 57; and were Bout to tho klcnalo fur its concurrence. Tho Senate havo since, by a large majori ty, concurred in tho resolutions, and the question of annexation is nt lust settled. (7- Our representative, Hon. II. S. Knnpp writes ua, thut our correspondent was mista ken, and that at his suggestion Samuel Rock- hill received tho democratic vote for Associ alo Judge, along with Isaac McCracken, on tlio joint bullet for tho election of judges for this county. 0r)7c aro under obligations to Hon. Lew- is Cu3S, of tho U. S Senate, and Hon. Wm. Sawyer, of the IIouso of Representatives, for Congressional documents. Also lo Hons. U. S. Kuapp and C. L. Val" laiulighnm of the otatc Legislature for doc umcntary favors. Oun Former Reiatioxs. The Chairman ship on Foroign Relations was given fo our Senator, Win. Allen, by a ballot vote of the U. S. .Senate. This distinguished position is a just tribute (0 his eloi ling talents aud patriotism. ' Democratic Revirw. Tho December No. of this excellent work is corno to hand, we present tho table ot Contonts: I. English Politico-Commercial Compa nies. II. Songs of Labor. No. III. By J. G. . vviiittier. III. The Wandcrinjj Jow.V IV. A Legend of Wcstchc3tor County, N. Y, By John Quod. V. Spanish Ballads. By Edward Mattiriri. VI. The Mallhusian Theory Discussed in a correspondence botweon Alex. H. Everett and Prof. Goa I ucker, of tho University of Virginia, (Concluded.) VII. bonnet. (Irotn tho Italian.) VIII. Katifmann'a Mackcldey on Modern Civil Law. ' IX. Chalk-Marks. By Lincoln Ramble, llisq. ' X. Festus. - XI. The Game of North America; its nom enclature, habits, haunts, and seasons; with hints on tho science of Woodcraft. No I. By Frank Forrester. XII. Life. : , .- - XIIL Monthly Financial aud .Commercial AIIICW. ' ' CoKTMi'Tiw.lIrroeaisv. The Cincinnati Chro nu'e, (whig,) finds a resemblance to tho " infi delity" "of tlio bloodicot doya of tlio' French revolution" and tin "insult to religion," in tlio objection mado by a portion of tho Cincinnati delegation to the ceremony of morning prayers inroduccd by tho whigs into tho State Legislature f nil the rants we know the cam of tho political demuyogua ia..llie most eontoniptiblo. The true " infidel" TsTiii who seeks to put Religion to bane puiiv nsts, not ho who deppiscs and exposes tho hypocrisy of tho deception. To our mind Pray or is abused liy being mado a niero matter of state parade and ceremony, and we havo not much con fidence in the gcnuineiicoa of tho piety of the hord cidor saints now congregated at Columbus. If, however, they will ceaso making bad and corrupt laws, nhd mend thoir lives, we iihall havo nonio hopo of them. As it io, there is no power in prayer to sanctify tho corruptions they daily create and sustain. OsAMHAit. DrcK, parse Haacwell. "Hase wcll'sa noun tho name of n th ing a",o)!-' case, 'singular number and governed isy banks, ngrcoahlo to rule third Lake, Case and Kleiniii," Porum. OHIO LEGISLATURE. In t!t3 House, on Friday tho. -19th intt the commilleo' fo whom was rcfcr.icd the resolution of Mr. Olds, calling upon the banks" lor certain' inlormatton 111 reference to bills of exchange, &c, wag reported back, v. jtl a proposition to s'.iiko out tlio word 'renuir od,' and insert 'requested.' This amend- iiibih ;nct witn sirong opposition 110m tlio democrats, and wa3 sustained by the whigs. It is humilliating, indeed, to sec representa tives ot tho people succumb to tlio bank pow er, lunert tho word 'requostcd,' and they will do just as they please, and laugh at the Legislature; but they should bo'roquircil' to do it by the law-making power. The wliies evidently wish to scioon them, knowing, as lltoy do, .that this resolution would bring out somo things that would cxposo infamy of the deepest hue : it was laid 011 tho tablo. Ohio Statesman. ' ' ' 125 REWARD! N Kulids, l'utnom County, Ohio, on Saturday morninir, IVcemhor 27th, 1U4D. three men, two of them NliLSON CUKTIS, and MAJOR CURTIS, imprisoned under en indictment far iViiirdor, and a man calling uimselt WILLIAM HOLMES, imprisoned under an indictment for passing counterfeit money. They made their escape by cutting through a wall two and a half feet thick, betides a two inch plank insido, and had evident assistance from without from tho in struments used in cutting out. Major Curtis is about 211. year old, 5 feet 10 inches high, black eoarse hair and whiskers, dusky coarse features, sinister countenance, had on a enuff brown frock coat, and well worn pants- Dons'. Nelson Curtis ts about 21 years old, 5 foct 10 indies liign, iigm nair, targe oiuo eyes, noriu complexion, broad nnd round shoulders, bad on a 1 t . 1. groen coatee, RKUl pocxsison iuo ouisiuv, wun ergo gilt buttons, d.rK colored pantaloons, orown vest, ant! coarse boots. HolmeB is about twentyfour years old, live feet fivo inches high; has light auburn hair, a fair florid complexion, smooth boyish face, small dulicato whito hands, and had on 1 gray cotteo, nhout half worn, with short broad skirts, large llnps and pncken undor tho flaps, coarse brown cloth pantaloons about half worn, and a black hat about half worn. Tho abovo reward will be given to any person Who will arrest those prisoners, or Fifty Dollars each f r tho arrest of tho Custieos and Twenty fivo Dollars for tho arrest of Holmes, and their da livery at the Jail in this place. JAMES H. VAIL, 2i3cw Sheriff of Putnam Co. SALE OF SECTION SIXTEEN, BLAN CH ARD TOWNSHIP, PUTNAM CO. NOTICE 13 IictcI'V given Hint on tlio fourteenth dny of February, A . D. 1 slmll oler for flnle at the door of the court I1011HO, la Knlliln, Piitnum county. Olilo. to the hirlicst bid der, the followlni; dcncrlhcd Ion of land, being parts of School Section Sixteen, In Wnndiard townihlp, In tnld county. Buid Innda not to be euld leai than lha appraised value thereof, nor Ion tlinn fire dollars per acre, payable one-twelfth in lianjtinil the balance In twelve annual In stalments, with annunl interest thoreon. S&lete commence iietwccnthn noursol tcu o'clock, a. M. and four o'clock, r. n. of wild dny. WHAT PART. 8 a 1 n 10 n e or n cr " D w qr n e qr . n qt n w qr " n w qr n w qr " w qr n w qr ' qr n w qr " s w qr.n e qr " s e qr n e qr " n e qr s e qr " n w qr s e qr " n e qrn w qr ' " n w qr n w qr s w qr b w qr e e qr s w qr " w qr s qr " e e qr b a qr J. E. CREIGHTON, Auditor of l'ulnam County. Kalida, Decembor 30, IC45. 253fw . . I AfFans. O S I kD VAL- Z I ACHK. D. C. 40 2 00 40 I 50 40 I 5 40 I 25 40 I SO 40 I 25 40 1 5 40 2 00 40 2 00 40 2 00 40 2 00 40 2 60 40 2 60 40 2 00 40 2 00 40 2 00 SALE OF SECTION SIXTEEN IN Itl LE If TOWNSHIP, PUTNAM CO., O. NOTICE? IS hereby Riven Hint 011 the 14th day of February, fM5, I will oiler tor aula at the door of Hie Court House in luil ul a, I'uiiinin coinily, Ohio, to the liiglio.l bidder, the followimr described lots of lund, being pnrta of Bcliool Soc tion tfixtceu in Kiley township, In snld county, baid lunds not to bo sold fur less tlinn the upprnUed value thereof, nor less titin five dollars per acre, pnyuoio onc-iweiitn in hand aud the htilnurc in twelve nnnunl instalments, with unimul interest thervon, dole between the hours of 10 A. u. and i p. M.of en id day. IVIJAT TART. I AfPKAia ED ViL- ei rax ACHB. II a J a l n 0 qr n a qr " n w qr n e qr " 11 e qr n w qr " w qr n w qr " s w qr n w qr " s e qr n w qr . " a w qr n 0 qr " a e qr 11 e qr " n e qr b 0 qr " n w qr g e qr " n e qr s w qr " n w qr s w qr " 8 w qr 8 w qr " 8 e qr 3 w qr " w qr 8 fl qr " e 0 qr 8 0 qr J. E. CREIGHTON, iQurtilor of Putnam Caunty. Kulidn, December 3(1, 18-15. 2S3fw 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 P. 2 1 I 2 4 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 4 4 4 4 GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE. The Hon. John Slidcll, of La., ia under stood to be tho Minister who has been des patched to 'Mexico to renew tho intercourse botwoen tho two Governments. Plonfy of mud lias coma n-itii t lie new year. THE PROSPECTUS FOR 1610. Regular Contributor. Wm. C. Bryant, H. VV. Lokcfeixow, Jamus Fknimore ConrrjR. RiciiAitD H. Da na, J. R. Lowew, E.P.Wnn-ita, C. V. UOFFMAS, II. V,, HlIUiKBT. J Grahams is . the oldest and moat popular of tho American Literary Magazines. Tho niimher for Jiinttaiy, 1810, will bo ths first of tho twenty-eighth volume. 1(9 long and uniformly sueccsilul ctroer, trom its-commencement with a few hundred Buhsctibers, until the present time, whin it has a circula tion exceeding liy thousands all others, is pcrhaiM! as t'ood an evidence of its great and constantly increasing merit as tho publishers have it m their power to olkr. lo Us old subscribers, they trust, no assurances aro necessary of their determination to maintain its present ascendancy over all tho rival peri odicals, of tho country. Tho engagement of such men as IJryant, Lokofkllow, Ooopek, Dana IIoffman, Mancur and others, Of htgli reputation 111 tlio literary world, ns reg vlar contributors, in addition to a list em. bracing many of the first names in the nation is a sufficient guaranteo that the work wilj continuo to bo the principal medium of com muiiication between the best authors and tho public. -Tlio following more complete list of contributors will convince tho reader that it is impossible to havo a superior corps in tho present ge: ' - ' William Cullon Bryant, Author of "The Ages," "Tho Fountain, and other Poems," etc. -- IIcHiy W. Longfellow, Author of "Voi ces ot the "Ni''lit "ilvnorion," "Outro Mcr," ''Ballads and other Poems," etc. James Fenimore Cooper, Author of "The Spy," "The'Pilot,',' "The Fineen," "Naval History," "Home as Found,!; 'Tho Ameri-i can Democrat," efc. ' 'if ' ' Richard II, : Dana, Author of "Tho ldl Man," "Discourses on Shakspaar.?," etc. Jami K.Pauldin,Author of "Tb Dutch- !.. c: - 1 ,, .,ur 1 1 r 1,, ... . 1 1111111 a A-iivaius, "Tvesiwaru 1101 iu cn.. Filr-Greene Ilallack, Author of "Fanny," "Alnwick CastU," etc. T. C. Grattin, Author of "Highways and Byways," "Jiqueline of Holland," "History of the Netherlands," "The Hoiresi of Bru- N.' P. Willis, Author of "Two Wayi of Dy inrr for a Husband," ''Inklincs of Advontute," "Lettors from under a bridge," etc. . ..'.'. Charles tenao llofiinan, Autnor 01 "Wild Scones in tho Forest aud tho Prairie," "A Winter in the Wet," "Greyslaer,1' etc. James Russell Lowoll, Author of "A Year's Life, and other Poema""01d English Dramatists," etc. William Falconer, Author of1 Translation- from Cotemnorary French and German Po ets," "Residence in the Isle of France," etc. Henry William Herbert, Author of "Crom well," "The Brother," "Tho Maid of Orleans, "Ringwood the Rover," "Marmaduke Wyyil," ete. - m tn . t . i . . . t T I 1.- it. a. lucKerman, Autnor 01 -ivarooie and Reveries," Isabello, or Sicily," etc. Theodoro 3. Fay, Author of "Itormaa . Loslie," "Tho Countess Ida," etc. , John II. Mancur, Author of "Henri (Jua- tre, or the Days cf tho Loaguo, die. Cornelius Mathews, Author of "In Poli ticians," "The Motley Book," "Puffor Hop-kins,"elc. Rev. Walter Colt on, . Author of "Ion, stantinople and Athens," "Ship and Shore," etc. . Georjo Hill, Author of "The Ruina of Athens," "Titania's Banquet," etc. Miss C. M. Sedgwick, Author ot "Hope Leslie," "Redwood," etc. Mrs. Emma C Embury, Author of "Coa- stances Latimer, tho Blind Girl," "Guido, and other Poems," etc. Mis. Frances Sargent Gsaood, Author of "A Wreath of Wild Flowers from New Eng land," etc. Mrs. Seba Smith, Author or "The amies Child," "The Western Captive, or The Time of Tecumseh," "Essays, Critical and Miscel laneous," etc, Mrs. "Mary Clavars," Author of "A New Who'll Follow?" "Forest Life," etc. Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourney, Author of "Zinzindorf and other Poems," "Lotten to Mothers," etc. "F- E. F," Authrof "The Marriage of Convenience." " Besides these well known and universally popular writers, many anenymou contribu tors of distinguished merit furnish articlo for nearly every number, and in each will be found an able letter upon the literature of Europe, from our able correspondent, F. J. Gkund, Esq. Oun Elegant Pabis Fashioh Piatbs. The splendid fashon plates, with which we shall adorn each number of "Graham" for 1S40, havo alroady awakened tho jealousy r 1 ,1 .. 1 .1 : 01 our coiemporarius, anu uiuy unuw men annoyance by all manner of torture of the word "Paris." It seems to be both a charm and a bane to them. Wo havo only to say that our Decembor number contain a speci men of what "Our Paris Fashions" aro and will be, and we must trust the eyes of the public to' detect tho suporior valuo of these, "designed, engraved, printed and colored at the head-quarters of the fashionable icorW,, ovor tho vapid imitations, which arc got up here at least sixty days old, and palmed olT as correct, in January wo snail navo a niosi elegant stylo of cloak pattornsj and as it will., be issued early, say by December 10th,' we adviso our fair rcadors uot to spoil thoir ma terial by following the blind guides cf last year, but to adovt tiik tsub fashion fob - 1843. - '- Splendid Embellishments. , In tlio department of EngravingB, it is well known that Graham's Maoazinb has far sur passed any periodical work ever published in this or any othoi country. 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