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SAIISAPA111LLA BLOOD PILLS
UIOl'LD receive a preference over all Tills now
) in existence:
first Because they are composed of Veeelablo
rxlrncli, free from minerals! and mny Iks token at
nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with
out restraint from occupation, temperate living, a
fear of taking cold.
Second Because they are composed nf such
medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all
the most celebrated and respectable Physicians for
more than a century past, in putifying the lllood
iuiu xkiuuiiii iiuiu oi me uouy.
Third Because they may be employed as a
hiild or etive purgative, according to the quantity
taken, and their operation will not bo attended with
Sjipingof the bowels, sickness at the stomach,
prostration of the system, &c, as are produced by
Fourth Because they possess a combined action,
not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar
ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting
all impurities with which the blood and fluids of
tho body may bo afT-ctcd, and by their gently opera
tive effect, removing such impurities from the sys
tem. Fifth Because they are the terror of Quacks
and Impostcrs, for most persons are obliged to take
ihe Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, after taking their vile
and destructive nostrums, to counteract and prevent
their mischicvons and baneful effects.
Sixth Because they are tho only pills in which
Physicians have sufficient confidence to recommend
to their patients, and employ in their practice, as
they know they are Anti Quack, Anti Mercural.
Anti Billious as well as a good and safe purgative
and purifier of the Blood and Animal Fluids.
Seventh and last But not tho least important,
be because they aro prepared by a regular Apothe
cary and Fliysici.m, attested oy Drs. Physic, Hor
nier, Chapman, Lewccs, James, Gibson, Jackson,
Coxe, Hare, &c, &c , which alone is fculiicicnt to
entitle them to great confidence.
Certificates and Recommendations from Physi
cians and others accompany tho directions around
yepPrict Twenty Five Cents a BoxJl
Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Retail at
Dr. LBIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 191 North
Second St., a few doors below Vine street, Philadel
phia, also, sold by
J. Gilbert St Co., North Third street above Vine.
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do do Wood st.
J. R. Smith & Co. do 2d do next tho Red
Lion, and all respectable Wholesale and Retail
Druggist's in Philadelphia.
They are also sold by:
J. F. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrcr, do do
W. Ebcrman Litis.
J. W. Oakly, Reading.
J. B. Mozer, Allcntown.
P. Pomp, Easton.
And the principal Merchants and Drugists in tho
Far Bale at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
by D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1839. 11.
COMMUNICATION. How few they are that
happen to be afflicted with Coughs or Colds
pay attention to them. How many thousands from
iiufch neglect shorten their days, and hasten tneir h
nil dissolution. Parents neglect them in their chil
dren, and thus form tho foundation for Oonsump
iion, and hundreds of parents annually follow their
own children to the grave, having died from some
affections of tho Brcat and Lungs, whicli wcae neg
lected in their first stages.
Coughs and Colds, whether existing among young
or old, ought at all times be attended to early, and
not suffered to continue any length of time, for the
Lungs once affecled.disease soon makes rapid strides,
ending in tho mostfatal of all diseases, namely Con
sumption. Dn. BECHTER'S PULMONARY PUESER
VATIVE for Coughs, Colds, Catairhs, Influenzas,
Shortness of Breath, Whooping Cough, Pain in
the Breast or 'Side, all affection of tho Breast and
Lungs, and arrest of approachinsg Consumption, is
the most popular medicine used throughout all Ger
many is becoming equally popular in the United
States, and has established for itself a reputation
not possessed by any other medicine for the samo
class ot diseases. (See certlhcatca ana recommen
dations from Parents Pbysician.1, and others, accom
nanins the directions.) It is a preparation perfect
ly safe and harmless, pleasant to tho taste, and may
be (riven to the voumrcst infinU It is warranted
free from mercury and tho minerals, and is a prepar
ation of a rciular Anothccarv and Physician, allcs-
lodby Drs. Physic, Chapman, Gibson. Jackson,
Horner, Dewees, Coxe, James, &c. a. circumstance
alono sufficient to induce a trial of it
Dr. N. II. Lcidy, Proprietor of .the abovo mcdi
ime, confidently recommends it to all, and assures
ell moot positively that it is on invaluable medicine
and would not himself recommend it, but for it,
Prepared only and for saloWholcsale and Retail at
Ur.LBIlJy'tS Health Jhnporium, no. iui rsorm
Socond street a few doors below Vino street, Fhila-
adrlphia also, sold by
J. Gilgert & Co., North Thi-d street above Vino
G. S Clemens, do 3d do do Wooc' st
J. Jt. Smith & Co. do 2d do next ho Kcd
Lion, and by oil respectabla WholcaloJ tnnd retail
They aro sold by:
J, F. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania;
J.W.Rohrer, do do.
W. Ebcrman Litiz. i
J. W. Oakley, Reading.
For sale at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
fry U. 8. TOBIAS, Agent
rERY respectfully informs his friends and the
nublie. that ho has alwavson hand, at tho L:
very Stable in Bloomsburg, for the purpose of Ilrrij,
or Exchange, a variety ot
Horses, Sulkies, 3igs,
WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS.
which he will feel gratified to keep in readiness fo
the accommodation of customers.
He has also made arrangements for carrying pai
miners from Bloomsburg to Muncy, and from
Dlnomsburir to Buckalews on tho Owego turnnik
' Loaves Bloomsburg for Muncy every Saturday
at 7 o'clock in tho morning and arrive at Muncy
tbo same evrninrr. Leave Muncy every Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock and arrive at Bloomsburg the
Leaves Bloomsburg every Wednesday morning
for Buckalews and return the same day.
Personal application can he made at his residence.
when every means wiu ue useu to renuercuiiro nai
.... . J .i ' -i.f ii
suction 10 U101B who may give mm u tun.
NOAH S, PRENTIS.
DlooraMrg, Mreb.28, 1810. iS.
' THE RESURRECTION" OR,
PKBS I'A PILLS.
nrsnion to TliEHttiEAJf.BnANBr.Tii'sEvAN
Idiax FcnnATiyi, tho Matchless fpricedi
Sasativk, or any other pills or compound before
me purine, as ccrtiiicil to by Physicians and olhcrs
Let none condemn them until they have tried
them, and then we are certain they will not.
It is now a settled point with all who have used
the Vegetable Persian Pills that they aro pic-cmi-
hcntly the best and most efficacious Family Medi
cine mat nas yet been used in America. It every
family could becorrio acquainted with their Soicr
cign power over disease, they would keep llicm ond
be prepared with a sutc remedy to apply on tho firs
appearance of disease, and then how much distress
would be avoided and monoy saved, as well as the
lives oi thousands who are hurried out of tune by
neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not-being
in possession of a remedy which they can place de-
The Resurrection, or Persian Pills.
The name of these pills orginated from the cir
cumstance q the medicine being found only in the
cemetaries of l'ersia. This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to
ita medicinal qualities and virtues. In half a ecu
tury it became an established medicine for the dis
eases of that country. The extract of this singu
lar production was introduced into snmo parts of Eu
rope in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated
Physicians in curing certain diseases, where all oth
er medicine has been Used in vain. Early in the
year 1792, tho extract was combined with a certain
vcgctablo medicine imported from Dura Baca, in
the East Indies, and formed into Pills, The admir
able effect of this compound upon tho human sys
tem, led physiicans and families into its general
use. Their long established character their univer
sal and healing virtues, the detergent and cleansing
qualities of their specific action upon the glandular
part of the system, are such as will sustain their re
putation and general U6e in the American Repub
I certify that I-havc, by way ot experiment, used
the Hygean, and most of tho various kinds of Pills,
in my practice, which have borne tho highest repute
in tho public estimation, that havo been offered for
sale in this vicinity for tho last five yeais, including
thoso called tho Resurrection or Pcrsain Pills; and
the public may rest assured that none among tho
wholo catalogue has answered a better purpose, as
an easy and effectual remedy, than the Resurrection
or Persian Pills, in most cases of disease.
ClIAItLES Backcs, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 81, 1837.
Messrs. E. Chase & Co. Gents. Hearing
much said about tho extraordinary effects of the
Resurrection or Persian .'ills, upon those about to
become mothers, we were induced to make a trial of
them. My wifo was at that time tho mother of fivo
children, and had suffcicd the most tedious and ex
cruciating pains during and after her confinement
of each. She had tried every means and tuken
much medicine, but found little or no relief. She
commenced taking tho J'crsian 7'ills about threo
months beforo her confinement (her health being ve
ry poor about this length of time previous) and in a
abort time she was enabled by theii uso to attend to
tho cares of a mother to hor family until her con
finement. At tho timo sho commenced tuking tho
ersian Pills, and for several weeks pi evious, she
as afflicted with a dy hard cough, and frequent
scveio cramps, whicli the uso of the Pills entirely
removed belorc using halt a hox. It is with the
greatest confidence that we advise all those about to
become mothers to make uso ot the reman 1 ills.
All thoso that havo taken them in our neighbor
hood have got along in the same easy manner, and
aro about the house In a lew days. 1 hero docs not
appear to bo half the danger of oth-r dangers setting
in alter conunement, where tnese rills are taken.
Wo unitedly' say.lct none neglect taking them, for
they are in the reach ot the poor as well hs the rich
We are truly thanKiui mat tnerc 13 a remedy which
females can easily procure which tends to lessen tho
world of suucnng, which many of them havo to bear,
and perhaps save the lives of thousands which, would
otherwiso lie lost,
Rochester, May 14, 1838: corner of Callidonian
square, Edinburg street; for further particulars sec
. . Axx 0. Ruuerts
RocursTEii, Sept. 24, 183C,
Messrs. E. Chase Co,
I think it my duty to let you know what a great
cure your Pills havo performed on me I had been
sick about 7 years aoout years ana a halt con
fined to my bed. 1 had been given over as incu rable,
with Consumption, by twelve physicians of the first
standing; my lungs were serioiibly affected; I had
3 ulcers gather and brcuk; my cough was dry and
harsh most ot the time; my liver was much swollen
and my stomach very dyspeptic. 1 had chills, fever,
and nisht sweat, accompanied with cxtiemeirnta
blcncss of the nervous system, and oilier difficulties
which I forbear to mention. After I was given over,
I tried almost all medicines which were advertised
but to no advantage, until I tried your Vegetable
Persian Pills. I began lo gain in a tAwf. timo after
I commenced taking them; and, to bo brief, beforo I
took 3 boxes, I was able lo tide out and to take con
siderablo exercise, and at this timo I enjoy good
health, mid on able to do good day's wotk. If any
noe wishes a more particular history ot my sutler-
nigs, he may call on me, at the corner of Alain am
Fits Ounjm Tho undersigned hereby certify,
that we are the Parents of two children who have
uceti afflicted with fits more or less from their infun
cy,and that wo havo spared no pains or expense in
endeavoring to ellect a cure, hut without any bene
ficial effect, until hearing of tho Resurrection or Per
sian Pills, when four boxes wcro immediately
procuted, and before three boxes wero taken, the
fit had abated in frequency, and eveiy sym-
lorn much improved, and now wo aro happy to
state that our childjen by the uso of the Persian
Pills, with tho blessing of God, are entirely cured,
and havo no symtorn orappcaranco of fits, will find
n tho Persian Pills a sure and perfect cure.
JOHN &. MARTHA JOHNSONt
Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1837.
The above pills may be had of the following a
gents John Moyer, Bloomsburg; H. Miller, Bcr
wick; J. Cooper fc Sons, Hazelton; C. Hortman
Espeytown; John Sharplcss, Cattawissa; Lyman
' "Ezra Taylor, agent for :he Stalo of Pennsylva
nia.residing at Rochester N. Y, to whom all orders
au be addrwJ,
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ,
DR. JOSEPH rRIESTLEl J'ETERS,
Celebrated Vegetable Anlibilious Pith,
Are effectini some of the most astonishing an d
wonderful cures that have ever been kiown. Tho
town and county are filled with their pioiec. The
Pulaee and i'oor house alike echo wllh uicir vir-
tucs. In all climates t'tey still retain their wonder
Eexlract from t letter written by Dr.
Francis Sogart, oj I'rovtaence, a. i.
Dec. 7, 1838.
" J'cicrs' Pills are an excellent opciiment and
cathartic, medicine,' thoso effects being produced by
the difference of the quantity taken, and arc deci
dedlo superior to Lee's, Brandrcth's Morrison's
Extract from a letter by Hopkins, of Ban
gor, Maine, Jan. v, lode).
" They are a peculiarly mild, yet efficient purga-
tivo medicine; and produce little, if any griping of
nausea. I have prescribed them with much success
in sick headaches and slight billious fevers."
Extract from a letter bu Dr. Joseph IViU
-f n....i i .- I'. T..t.. n
iiams, oj jiiiTimgnam, ri. uiy v,
" I cordially'tccommed Peter's Peters' Pills as a
mildly effective, andjn no case dartjtcrous family
medicine. They are peculiarly influential in cos
tiveness and all the usual diseases of the digestive
Exlrat of a letter from Dr. Edward Smith,
of Montreal, U. U., Sept. 20 1830.
"I never knew a single patent medicine that I
could put the slightest confidence in but Dr. Peters'
v egetable Pills, which arc really a valuablo discov
ery. 1 have no hesitation in having it known that
I uso them extensively in my practice, lor all com
plaints, (and they arc not a few,) which have their
source in tho impurity of the blood."
Extract of a letter from Dr. Pye, of Que
bec, L.. V. Marcll 0, 1837.
" For billious fevers, sick headache, torpidity of
the bowels, and enlargement of spleen, Dr. Peters'
Pills aro an excellent medicine."
Extract of a letter from Dr. Ourney, of
lcw uneans, i.a. uct. u, 1837.
" I have received much assistance in mv practico
especially in jaund ce and yollow fever from
the use of Peters' Pills. I presume, that on an av
erage, 1 prescribe a hundred boxes a month.
Extract of a letter from Dr. Reynolds, of
uaivcston, Jcxas, Jlprus, 1838.
" They are certainly nn excellent general family
medicine, and theio is no quackery about them."
Extract of n letter from Dr. i'ritchard, of Hudson,
IS. i . Juno 3, 1830.
"I was aware that Dr. Peters was one of tho best
chemists in tho United Stales, and felt assured that
he would somo day (from his intimate knowlecge
of tho propcities of herb3 and drugs produce an
efficient medicine, and I must acknowledge thnl
his Vegetable Pills fully respond to my expectations.
Tlicy arc indeed a superior medicine, and reflect
credit alike upon the chemist the physician and
Extract of a letter from Dr. Waincs, of Philadel
phia, Feb, 2, 1838.
' Your pills arc tho mildet in thoir operations,
nd yet mot powerful in thi-ir effects, of inv that
I have ever met with in a practice of eight and
twenty years. Their action on the chyle and hence
on the impurities of the blood, is evidently very sur
prising." Extract of a letter from Dr. Scott, of Baltimore,
Dec. 17, 1830.
" I am in the daily habit of prescribing them
(Pclers 1 ills) and they in nearly all casas, answer
ed my purpose. I have discarded other meditines,
somo of Micni very good ones, in their favor.
Extract from an address delived on the
evening of the 14 A May, 1837, before
tic iiedical Jioara at JSevi l orlc, by
Dr. Emerson. See iVew York Medical
" As a body I know that wo have tct oui faco a
gainst the generality of patent medicines, and expe
rience has taught us that the groat bulk of them are
mero catch penny trash; but I feel called upon to
make an honorable exception in favor of tbo vego-
table Pills of our worthy and skilful fellow laborer
and citucn, Dr. Joseph Priestley Peters, of wh:ch,
(in consequence ol their pecuhcrly nutritions action
on the blood,) 1, and scycral members of this lion
prable Society, are ardent patrons.'' This friendly
allusion to the Vegetable Pills was received with a
warm round of aplauso by all tho members present,
A ticsh supply ot the valuable I'lllsiust received
by John R. Moyer, and D. S. Tobias, Bloomsburg,
ana wiuium uiuoie, uanviuc.
(Price 25 ctutt ptr Bax.)
HSIHAT troubjesome and peace-destroying dis-
jj ease, j no usanos and tens ot thousands suf
fer from that common and distressing complaint.
DysprpuaU fi cquently caused by overloading or
uiiienuing inesiQjnacn tiy exceiiire euling or drink
ing inuigeistiuioanu acrid substances taken ntn
tho stomach, or from long continued constipation of
uio uoweis, a seuentary uie.tear, gnet, anxiety, a co,
pious draft of cold water, drastic miraative medL
c'taes, dj scntery, miscarriages, intermittent and spas-
uiuuic uuccuons oi mo stomacn and bowels, irregu
lar meals, late hours, and too frequent use of spiri
The symptoms of Dtisnemia may be described
as a want of appetite, or an unnatural or voracious
one, nausea and sometimes bilwusvumiting, sudden
and transient distensions of tho 6tomach after eat
ing, acid and putiescentcructions, water brash, pain
in tho region of thestomach.costivcness.palpitaiion
oi uib neait, uizzniess Rim dimness or the tight, dis
turbcb rost, tremors, mental despondency, flatulency,
spasms, nervous irritability, dullness, sallowness of
comploxion, great oppression aflrr eating, languor
uiiu s-erdi oeuuiiy, sick iieau-acne, 6CC.
CURE At the head of all remedies stnnda TJr.
Harlith's Compound Strengthening Tonic and
vcriiian sipeneni i ins, wnicu act greatly upon tho
,( uiiihii; uiuiiuii ui iuu inicsuncs, uiercby produc
ing regularity of the bowels, at tho same time im.
proving tho functions of tho dcbiliated organs, thus
mi Igoratins; ond restoring tho digestive organs to a
healthy action. This medicine seldom falls in pro
Full and explicit directions accompany tho above
medicine. Lik?wiso n pamphlet which describes
diseases, the manner of treating, etc. For sale at
Tobias' Health Emporium Bloomsburg.
THE Subscribers respectfully announce
lo their friends and tho public generally,
that they have received and aio now open
ing, a splendid and extensive assortment of
Fall & Winter Goods,
which with a stock on hand, embraces a
variety of seasonable Merchandize for the
accommodation of town and County.
In the Dry Good line, they have all the
rarielies of course, fine and supotfine
Casimers, Satinelts, Mcrinoes, Silks Cal
icoes, Taghom, (anew article,) Mari
na, Chincllc and various other kinds of
Shawls, Ribbands, Laces, Limns, DIous
elinede Lain,Muslins, Vcslings, Stocks,
Umbrellas, Lady's Bonnets, Bonnet
Silks, Trimmings; Fur, Cloth and Seal
skin Caps; Boots and Shoes, Socks, fyc.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Sugar, Coffee, Teas, Spices, Molasses,
Brandy, Gin, Rum, Wine, fcc. Ac. assorted
in price and quality. Hardware, Saddlery,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Stoves, Stove pipe, Tin
Ware, Uctlar Ware;
Crockery-Ware, Salt, Fish, Oils, Bye
Stuffs, Paints, t?c. fyc. iyc.
ami almost every other article that can be
called for in a country store all of which
having been carefully selected and obtained
at the lowest prices, will be offered at small
profits in exchange for cash or country pro
duce. RUPERT & BARTON.
Bloomsburg, Oct.jJ, 1840. 23 lf
MORE POSITIVE PROOFS,
Of the efficacy of Dr. Ifarlich's Compound
wl' n.wuii: urn ucimut jncnzHl
Ar.LnaitANV, Jan. 8, 18-10.
To Dr. HnillrVn AcraritKlr ! I tvltli m tnt
for the benefit of those who may 'bo afllictcdVlliat
Dr. Haiilicii's Pills havo entirely cured mo of
Dyspcpiia, of whicli I have been afflicted for ma
ny years. I used both kinds, tho Aperient and
Strengthening, and I am constrained lo say, that
thoy are a valuable discovery, and act upon the sys
tem mildly, but very effectually. I found tho Tonic
Pills to quicken tho circulation and cause a deter
mination to the surface, and to etrcngihcn tho weak
stomach and increase its powers. The Aperient
Pills are iho best cathartic I ever used. I am con
fidei t all Dyspeptics would do well to make imme
diate trial and bo relieved. Any ono can coll at my
houso and bo satificd of the above at pleasure.
DAVID 1!. POPE.
N. B. The orifflnal certificates mav bo seen at
tho office of tho " Spirit of the Times." For sale
at No. 10, North EIGHTH STRI3E.
DVING AND WEAVING.
THE Subscriber resnne.tfullv infm-m 1,!
friends and the public in general, that he
nas now maKing a patent machine for Wcav
inor Coverlids, of E. Milnv & fin's, invort.
tion, which he intends to erect about the
15th October, in Nescopeck Luzerne coun
ty, opposite to Mr.- Peck's Tn
he will carrv on the
CJlIiPET A COVEHMO M.TVIAO
in all its various branches. Coverlids wove
without a seam in tho middle. Persons at
a distance. wishing natnnt nr
, - o vuitllliuil UUI"
crlius wove can send their yarn by slao or
1 1 ' - . I . T. . .
uiuurwisu, cmicr to uerwicK, Uolumbia
county, or to Nescopeck, Luzerne county,
directed to the subscriber.
By strict attention to his business, and
his desire to please his customers, ho hopes
to receive a liberal share of public patron
ago. Having been engaged in the dving
and weaving business for a number of years,
he assures the public, that the work cntrus
ted to him. shall he dnnn in tb nn.i
ble manner, and ho flatters himself that he
snail be able to give general satisfaction.
Patent Coverlids mailn hv n.rmn. ...i
ing twenty cuts double white woollen yarn",
the subscriber dying the yarn, finding the
cotton yarn, and weaving one Coverlid for
For the accnmmnrintlnn nT nn.i....
yarn will bo taken at, and the work return-
cu tu uib loiiowing piaces: Jacob Drum
heller's store, Conningham, Luzerno conn
IV, John Slmrnlcss and Cn'n. stnri Hniu
wissa, Georgo Shuman's store, near Catta
wissa rurnacc, u.o. lowas store, Hlooms-
uurg, anu joun uoveuiioven'a store Orange
villc, Columbia county,
Persons xenil varn will nleasn noml ..-!.
ten directions, what colors tho woolen yarn
0 IU UUi
Tho subscriber finds all kinds of carnet
viiuiiu uftimiin uuujJalAK
Nescopeck, Oct. 3, 810.
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llin rnnnfrv ran linnet nr lirrlpnd In rivnl. rPltrt11k.
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General G. P. Morris, Leigh Hunt, England, Mrs.
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Jerrnld, England, Joseph C. Neal, Jnmc F. Otis.
1, u tn:-. n...i- , ... ..... 1
ii. a. uiuui.aviu iiuiiman, Dunnes west Thomp
son, Judge Trcmper, John Du Sollc, Esq. P, B. El
der, Grenvillo Mellon, Edgar A. iJoc, T. G. Spear,
Mrs. L. Sigourney' Miss Cnlhorino II. Waterman,
Airs. Ann Stephens, Bcuson Hill, England, Dr. J.
K. Mitrhpll. .Limps Mnnf
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Makin and K. Holdcn, J. Beauchainp Jones, J. E.
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to fame, the distinguished services of a host of a-
nonvmOllS wrltprs nf nn nnlinnrtr nIUtlfld 1.n..
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en worlh and character to tho pages of tho Maga-
iuic. mo series oi wen Known nauucjl papers en
titled fJrlliyinirin Inn T.nct War un.,n .
' O" ..u., iinic iiuu U IUII,
unequalled by any series published in any Magazine
iui jvuio. j uuuuiuor promises 10 open n new se
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t j ..n J.MW.TJf UUIH-
ties as a depictorof a scenes and life, much mav
be relied upon him in maintaining the popularity
of the Magazine. Papers may bo expected durlnir
the volume also from the author of tho well known
articles en.itlcd " Tho Log of Old honsidc." and
frnm llin. nntlinr nf iiNvnon T.cttra n. ..i..it .
"jit"" x ....in, x iiu vuiuuuiu
aid ol the uulhot ol "Leaves from a Lawyer's Port
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A-""v!,-Ul"1 ,,cc" serurcu anu we mav espect
sompflung slill more -iiMming-noiii lrf6 rapacious
stores which a Ion? life, in llin mnt,;.,, i.....
bled him to umjss. An orcasional Chit Chat will.
"Jeremy Short," and" Oliver Oldfcllotv,' is also
promised: with a vniielv nf pllnlPP orl!nl..a !m
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i i6llcs i.iiuiiiud meir ecriiccs
under the new flrninrrpmpnt. Will, -,,i, ..
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In comnliance with ilm nlm.i i.
of our lady subscribers, wo thall the ensuing vol
ume fnrnish them with a 1
of Fashions monthly, a feature, it is believed, that
...ii Ian in, uinvuicoine nor unpopular, Theie
fashion nlatcs shall bn ilrim-n fmm .i..:
from I ans and T.ondon, and may also be depended
wi. u,D (iiuYminij; by ju in j-nnnuaipliia and Niw
l oik for the month In nl,IMi tt, : i
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ii-gumr aim cnoice engravings, and music which ac
company each number of the work. The splendid
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winch have been justly admired, will ho followed
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