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SARSAPAU1LLA islood pills
tHOl'LD receive apreferenco overall Pills now
1'irst Bccauso they are composed of Vegetable,
vauucih, irro iruiii iiumrms, uuu umy uu iukuu ut
all limes with perfect (safety ly young and old, with
out restraint trom occupation, tenipcrato living, a
learot taking cold. t
Second Because they aro composed of such
medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all
tka most celebrated and respectable Physician for
more than a century past, in purifying tho lllood
mid Animal fluid of the body.
Third Because they may bo employed as a
mild or aetive purgative, according to the quantity
taken, and their operation will not bo attended with
griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach,
prostration of tho system, &c., ts aro produced by
Fourth Because they posses? a combined action,
not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar
ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting
11 impurities with which the blood and fluids of
tho body may bo a(Tctod, and by their gently opera
tive effect, removing such impurities from tho sys
tem. Fifth Because they arc the terror of Quacks
and Impostcrs, for most persons aro obliged to tako
-She Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, after taking their vilo
nd-destruc,ive nostrums, to counteract and prevent
their mischicvons and baneful effects.
Sixth Bccauso they are the. 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 tho Blood and Animal Fluids.
Seventh and last But not tho least important,
be becauso they are prepared by a regular Apothe
cary and Physici, attested ny Drs. Physic, Her
der, Chapman, ljcwecs, James, Gibson, Jackson,
Coxe, Haro, &c, &o , which alono is sufficient to
ntitte them to great confidence.
Certificates and Recommendations from Physi
iins and others accompany tho directions around
fcyPrice Twenty Five Cents a BoxJA
Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Retail at
Br. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 191 North
Second st., a few doors below Vino street, Philadel
phia, also, sold br
J. Gilbert & Co., North Third street above Vine.
G.S.Clemens, do 3d do do Wood st.
J. R. Smith Sc Co. do 3d do next the Red
Lln, and all respectable Wholesale and Retail
Druggist's in Philadelphia.
Thoy aro a!s sold by:
i. F. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrer, do do
W. Eberman Litiz.
J. W. Oakly, Reading.
P. Pomp, Easton.
And the principal Merchants and Drugisls in tho
Oniicd States. .
Far salo at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
by D. 8. TOBIAS, Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1830. 11.
COMMUNIC VriON. How few they are that
happen to bo afflicted with Coughs or Colds
pay attention to them. How many thousands from
iiuch ncelcct shorten their days, and hasten their fi-
nalhlissolution. Parents neglect them in their chil
dren, and thus form tho foundation for Consump
tion, and hundreds of parents annually follow ihcir
awn children to the crave, having died from some
affections of tho Brcatand Lungs, "which weje neg
lected in their first stages.
Coughs and Colds, whether existing amongyoung
or old, ought at all times bo attended to early, and
not suffered to continue any length of time, for tho
Lungs once alTectcd.discase soon makes rapid strides,
ending in the most fatal of all diseases, namely Con
Dn. BECHTER'S PULMONARY PRESER
VATIVE for Coughs, Co'ds, Catarrhs, Influenzas,
Shortness of Breath, Whooping Cough, Pain in
tho Breast or Side, all affection of tho Breast and
Lungs, and arrest of approachinsg Consumption, is
tho 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 ol diseases. (Sec certilicatcs ana recommen
dations from Parents, Physicians, and others, accom
yaning the directions.) It is a preparation perfect
ly safe and harmless, pleasant to the taste, and may
Klven to tho youngest infant. It is warranted
free from mercury and tho minerals, and is a prepar
ation of a regular Apothecary and Physician, atles-
ldby Dis. Physic, Chapman, Gibson. Jackson,
Horner, Dowees, Coxe, James, &c. a circumstance
alono sufficient to induce a trial of it
Dr. N. 11. Leidy, Proprietor of the abovo modi
ine, confidently recommends it to all, and assures
all most positively that it is an invaluable medicine
anil would not himselt recommend it, uut tor it,
Prepared only and for saloWholcsale and Retail at
Dr. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 101 North
ocond street a lew doors below V ino street, i'luia
adelphia also, sold by
J. Gilgert & Co., North Third street abovo Vino
G. S Clemens, do 3d do do Wooi1 st
J. R. Smith & Co. do 2d da next lie Hed
Lion, and by all respectable Wholesale" and retail
Druggists in fhiladclphia.
Thoy arc sold by:
J, F Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrer, do do.
W. Eberman Litiz.
3. W. Oakley, Reading.
For sals at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
y 1J. 8. TOBIAS, Agent.
"OTTERY respectfully informs his friends and tho
V public, that he has alwayson hand, at tho L
very Stablo in Bloomsburg,, for the purpose of Hire'
or excuangr, a vauety oi
Efforscs, Sulkier, Gigs,
WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS.
which lie will feel gratified to keep in readiness for
the accommodation of customers.
Ho hap also mode arrangements for carrying pas
sengers irom uioomsnurg to Muncy, and from
iiioomsourg 10 uucKaiews on mo Uwego turnpikn
Leaves Bloomsburg for Muncv overv Saturday'
at T o'clock in tho morning and arrivo at Muncy
the same evening. Leave Muuqy every Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock and arrivo ut Bloomsburg tho
Leaves Bloomsburg every Wednesday morning
I or uucKaiews aim mum me same nay.
Personal application can be made at his residence.
whan every moan wiU be used to render entire sat
tulattion to Uujso who may givo mm a call.
NOAH S. PRCNTIS.
BIooiaMrg, March?3, 1840. 48-
TIIE RESURRECTION OR,
o rsnion to mr. HTOEAs-,BnAnKTii's,ErA!
J3I.NDU.N PunoATivs, tho Matchless (priced)
Sasativk, or any other pllbt or compound before
the public, as certified to by Physicians and dthers
lict nono condemn Inem until they have tried
ru, and then wo are certain they will not.
It is new a settled point with alt who have used
the Vegetable Persian Pills that they arc pre-emi
nently tho best and most efficacious Family Medicine-
that has yet been used in America. If every
family could bocomo acquainted with their Sover
cign power over disease, they would keep tliem and
bo prepared with a sure remedy to apply on tho firs
appearance of disease, and then how much distress
would be avoided and money saved, as well as the
ves of thousands who aro burned out ot time tiy
celcctine discaso 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 of tho mcdicino being found only in the
ccmctaries of Persia. This vegetable ptoducliou
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to
ita medicinal qualities and utiles. In halt a cen
tury it became an established mcdicino for tho dis
eases of that country. The extract of this singu
lar production was introduced into some parts of E11
ropo 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
car 1792, tho extract was combined with a certain
cgctablo medicino imported from Dura Baca, in
tho East Indies, and formed into Pills. Tho admir
able effect of this compound upon tho human sys
tem, led physiicans and families into its general
use. Their long established character their univcr-
al and healing virtues, tho detergent and cleansing
qualities of their specific action upon the glandul.ir
part of tho system, are audi as will sustain their re
putation and general use in the American Repub
I certify that I have, by way of experiment, used
the Hygcan, and most of tho various kinds of Pills,
in my practice, which have borne the highest repute
111 tho public estimation, that have been ottered lor
sale in this vicinity for tho last five ycats, including
those called tho Resurrection or Pcrsain Pills; and
the public may rest assured that hone 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.
C11Anr.Es Backus, .M, D.
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 3 1 , 1 837.
Messrs. E. Chase & Co. Gents. Hearing
much said about tho extraordinary effects of the
Resurrection or Persian Pills, upon thoso about to
become mothers, wo were induced to make a trial of
them. My wife was at that time tho mother of five
children, and had suffered tho most tedious and ex
cruciating pains during and after her confinement
f each, she had tried every means and taken
much medicine, but found little or 110 relief. She
commenced taking the Persian Pills about three
months before her confinement (her health being ve
ry poor about this length of time previous) and in a
short time she was enabled by their uso to attend to
the cares ot a mother to her lamily until her con
finement. At the time sho commenced taking tho
Pctsian Pills, and for several weeks pi cvious, she
was afflicted with a diy hard cough, and frequent
severe cramps, which tho use of the Pills entirely
removed before using half a box. It is with the
greatest confidence that we adviso all those about to
become mothers to mako use of the Persian Pills.
All those lhat have taken them in our neighbor
hood have got along in the same ca3y wanner, and
are about tho house in a few days. There does not
appear to be half the danger of other dangers setting
in atter conlmemcnt, where these fills are taken.
Wo unitedly' eay,lct nono neglect taking them, fot
they are in tho reach of tho poor as well as the rich.
Weare truly Ihanklul thattlicieis a remedy which
females can easily procuro which tends to lessen tho
world of suffering, which many of them have to bear,
and perhaps save tile lives of thousands wliich would
otherwise be lost.
Rochester, May 14, 1838; corner of Callidonian
square, Edinburg street; for further particulars see
, S. Robeiits,
A.NTT 0. RonERTS.
Rocur.RTEn, Sept. 24, 1S3C.
Messrs. E. Chase 4' Co.
I think it my duty to let you know what n great
cure your Pills havo performed on me I had been
sick about .7 years about 2 years and a half con
fined to my bed. 1 had been given over as incurable,
with Consumption, by twelve physicians of the first
standing; my lungs were seriously nllectcd; I had
3 ulcers gather and break; my cough was dry and
harsh most of the time; my liver was much swollen,
and my stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, fever,
and night sweat, accompanied with extreme iriita
bleness of the nervous system, and other 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 Vcgetablo
Persian Pills. I began lo gain in a short time after
I commenced taking them; and; to bo brief, before I
took 3 boxes, I was able to ride out and to take con
siderable exercise, and at this time I enjoy good
health, and am able to do good day's work. If any
noo wishes a more particular history of my suffer
ings, he may call on me, at the corner of Alain and
Fits ConEi) Tho undersigned hereby certify,
that weare the Parents of two children who have
oeen afflicted with fits moro or less from their infan
cy, and that we have spared no pains or expense in
endeavoring to effect a cure, but without any bene
ficial effect, iinjil hearing of tho Resurrection or Per
sian Pills, when four boxes wcro immediately
procured, and beforo threo boxes were taken, tho
fits had abated in frequency, and oveiy sym
tom much iinproved,-aiid now we aro happy to
state that our childjon by tho use of the Persian
Pills, with tho blessing of God, are entirely cured
and havo no symtom or appearance of fits, will find
11 the Persian Pills a sure and perfect cure.
JOHN k MARTHA JOHN.SONt
Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1837.
The above pills may be had of tho following a
gents John,. Moycr, Bloomsburg; H. Miller, Bcr
.wick; J- Cooper & Sons, Hazeltonj C, Hortman
Cspcytown; John Sharpless, . Cattawisso; Lyinan
Ezra Taylor, agent for die Statu of Pennsylva
iua,rcsiuing ai nucuesier i, x. loviitoiu all orders
fan be tddretsd,
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PE OP IE
DR. JOSEPH PRIESTLEY PETERS,
Celtbrtttd feetMAe Jlfltibiliout PUUi
Are effecting some of the most astonishing and
wondcifut cures that have ever been known. The
town and county are filled with thcir'pialse. Tho
Palace and Poor house alike echo with their -lies.
In all climates they still retaiu their wonder
fulvhtues. Eexlraet from n letter written by Dr.
Francis Bogart, of Providence, R. I.
Dec. 7, 183U.
" Peters' Pills are an excellent apeiimeat and
cathartic, medicine, thoso effects being produced by
tho difi'erence of tho quantity taken, and ore deci
dedlo superior to Lee's, Brandrelh's Moniion's
Extract from a letter by Hopkins, of Ban
gor, Maine, Jan. 9, 1838.
" They are a peculiarly mild, yet efficient purga
tive 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 by Dr. Joseph Wil
liams, of Burlingham, Vt. Jtdy 0,
I cordially Jrccommed Peter's PetcrB Pills as a
mildly effective, andjn no caso dnngeious family
medicine. They are peculiarly influential in cos
tiveness and all the usual diseases of the digestive
Extrat of a letter from Br. Edward Smith,
of Montreal, If. C Sept. 20 1830.
" I never know a siuglo patent medicine that I
could put tho slightest confidence in but Dr. Peters'
Vegetable Pills, which aro really a valuable discov
ery. I have no hesitation in having it known that
I uso them extensively in my practice, for all com
plaints, (and they aro not a few,) which have their
source in the impurity of the blood."
Extract of a letter from Br. Pye, of Que
bec, L. C. March 0, 1837.
" For billipus fevers, sick headache, torpidity of
tho bowels, and enlargement of spleen, Peters
Pills are an excellent medicine."
Extract of a letter from Dr. Gurncy, of
jew Orleans, La. Oct. 9, 1837.
" I have received much assistance in mv practice
especially in jauml co and yollsw fever from
tho use of Peters' Pills. I presume, that on nn av
erage, I prescribe a hundred boxes a month
Extract of a leticY from Dr. Reynolds, of
Galveston, Texas, Aprils, 1838.
" Thoy aro certainly an excellent general family
mcdicino, and there is no quackery about them."
Cxtract of a letter from Dr. Pritchard, of llndgon,
N. Y. Juno 3, 1838. '
" I was aware that Dr. Petcr3 was one of tho best
chemists in the United States, and felt assured that
he would somo day-l-(from his intimate knowleege
of the properties of herbs and drugs) produce an
efficient medicine, and I must acknowledge that
his Vegetable Pills fully respond to iny expectations.
They aro indeed a superior mrdicinc, and reflect
credit alike upon the chemist the physician ana
Extract of a letter from Dr. Waincs, of Philldcl
phia, Feb. 2, 1838.
' Your pills aro the mildeft in their operations,
and yet most powerful in their effects, of any that
I have ever met with in a practice of eight and
twenty years. Their action 011 the chyle and honco
on the impurities of the blood, is evidently very sur
prising." Extract of a letter from Dr. Scott, of Baltimore,
Dec. 17, 183C.
" I am in the daily habit of prescribing them
(Pctcrs'Pills) and they in nearly all casjs, answer
ed my purpose. Lhave discarded other inedirincs,
some of 'hem very good ones, in their favor.
Extract from an address delivcd en the
evening of the l lth May, 1837, before
the Medical Board of New York, bu
Dr. Emerson. Sec New York Medical
" As a body I knaw that wo have set out faco a
gainst the generality of patent medicines, and expe
rience has taught ua that the great bulk of them arc
mere catch penny trash; but I feel called upon to
mako an honorablo exception in tavor of the Vcge
tablo Pills qf, our worthy and skilful fellow laborer
and citizen, Dr. Joseph Priestley Peters, of wh'ch,
(in consequenceof their pcculicrly nutritions action
on tho blood,) I, 'and several members ru this hon
orable Society, are' ardent patrons.'' This friendly
allusion to tho Vegetable Pills was received with u
warm round of aplause by all the members present
A fresh supply of tho valuable Pills just received
by John K. Moycr, and I), is. Tobias, Mlootasburg,
and William BIddIo, Danville.
(Price 25 ceiih psr
THAT troubjesome and peace-destroying dis
ease. Tho usands and tens of thousands suf
fer from that common and distressing complaint.
Dyspepsia h frequently caused by overloading or
distending tlio stomach by excessive eating or dunk
ing indigestible and acrid substances taken into
tho stomach, or from long continued constipation of
the bowels, a sedentary life, fear, grief, anxiety, a co
pious draft of cold water, drastic purgative medi
cities, dysentery, miscarriages, intermittent and spas
modic atreelion of tho stomach and bowels, irregu
lar meals, lato hours, and too frequent use of spiri
Tho symptoms of Dyspepsia may be described
as a want of appetite, or an unnatural or voracious
one, nausea and sometimes bilious vomiting, sudden
and transient distensions of tho stomach after cat
ing, acid and putrescent eructions, water brash, pain
in tho region of the stomach, coslivencss.palpitaiion
of the heart, dizziness and dimness of the sight, dis
turbeb rest, tremors, mental despondency, flatulcncyj
spasms, nervous irritability, dullness, sallowncis of
complexion, great oppression after eating, languor
and general debility, sick head-ache, S:c.
CURE At tho head of all remedies stands Dr.
Ilarlich's Compound Strengthening Tonic and
German Aperient Pills, which act greatly upon tho
peristaltic motion of tho inteatinevthcreby produc
ing regularity of the bowels, sit the samo time im
proving the functions of tho dcbiliated organs, thus
invigorating and restoring tho digestive organs to a
healthy action. This medicine seldom fails In pro
Full and explicit directions sccompany the above
medicine. Likewise a pamphlet which describe
diseases, the manner of treating, Arc. For salo at
Tobias' Health Emporium Bloomsburg.
Nov. 71840. 58.
THE Subscribers respectfully announce
lo their friends nnd the public generally,
that they havo received and, aio now open
ing, a splendid and extensive assortment o
Fall & Winter Goods,
winch 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
varieties ol course, tine arm supotnne
Casimers, Salinelts, Merinoes, Silks Cal
icoes, Taghom, (a new article) Mari
na, Chinelle and various other kinds of
Shawls, Ribbands, Laces, Linins, Mous
elinede Lain,Muslins, Veslings, Stocks,
Umbrellas, Lady's Bonnets, Bonnet
Silks, Trimmings; Fur, Cloth and Seal
skin Caps; Boots add Shoes,- Socks, tyc.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Sttcar, Coffee. Teas, Spices, Molasses,
Brandy, Gin, Rum, Wine, &c. Ac. assorted
in price and quality. Hardware, Saddlory,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Stoves, Stovo pipe, Tin
Wate, Cedar Ware;
Crockery-Ware, Salt, Fish, Oils, Dye
Stuff's, Paints, $c. $c. tyc.
and 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-
RUPERT & BARTON.
BloomarmrgOeUji, 1810 .23ZLlfr
MORE POSITIVE PROOFS,
Of the efficacy of Dr. Ilarlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient
Alleghany, Jan. 8, 1810.
To Dr. Hailich's Agent Sir: I wish to state
for tho benefit of thoso who may bo afflicted, that
Dr. lUnLicn's Pills have entirely cured mo of
Dyspepsia, of which I have been alluded for ma
ny years. I used both kinds, tho Aperient and
Strengthening, and I am constrained to say, that
they 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 tho surface, and to strengthen tho weak
stomach and increase its powers. Tho Aperient
1 ills arc die best cathartic I ever used. 1 am con
fide) t all Dyspeptics would do well to make imme
diate trial and bo relieved. Any one can call at my
house and be satmcd of the above at pleasure.
DAVID R. POPE.
N. B. The original certificates may bo seen at
the office of tho " Spirit of the Times." For sale
at No. 1!), North EIGHTH STKEE.
DYING AND WEAVING.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public in general, that Jie
has now making a patent machine for Weav
ing Coverlids, of E. Miley & Co's. inven
tion, which he intends to erect about the
15tli October, in Ncscupeck Luzerno coun
ty, opposite to Mr; Peck's Tavern, where
he will carry 011 the
ISITFiST IS5 &Mh mmw
in all its various branches. Coverlids wove
without a seam in tho middle. Persons at
a distance, wishing patent nr common Cov
erlids wove can send their yarn by stage or
otherwise, either to Uerwick, Columbia
county, or to Nescopock, Luzerne county,
directed to the su'iscriuet.
By strict attention to his business, and
his desire to pleaso his customers, he hopes
to receive a liberal share of public patron
age. Having been engaged in the dying
and weaving business for a number of years,
he assures the public, that the work entrus
ted to him, shall be done in the most dura
hie manner, and he flatters himself that he
shall be able to give general satisfaction.
Patent Coverlids made by persons send
ing twenty cuts double wliile woollen yarn,
the subscriber dying the yarn, finding the
notion yarn, and weaving one Coverlid for
For the accommodation of customers,
yarn will be taken at, and the work return
eil to tho following places : Jacob Drum
heller's store, Conmngliam, Luzerne coun
ty, John bharpless and Co's. store, Catta
wissa, George Shuman's store, near Catta
wissa rurnaco, U.b. lobias store, Blooms
burg, anil John Covenhoven's store Orange
villo, Columbia county.
Persons send varn will pleaso send writ-
ton directions, what colors, the woolen yarn
is to be.
The subscriber finds all kinds of carpet
cnain; UAmiiL. uuuujHAN.
J-.Ncscopeck, Oct. 3,, 1810.
And the Ladies1 and Gentleman's llorlj
of Literature and Fashion.
The t'asktt and the ficntlcman'e unltra.
A Mew Volume, under tho abovo titit, 0f tin
well established and fashionnbio Magazine
the Philadelphia Casket ' In conjunction with Uia
Gentleman's Magazine, which has been every whete
pronounced tho most readable and popular of the
day, will be opened, on tho firrt day of January,
1841, with ail atray of contributors seiured by ni0
union, of talent mid fame, whietino periodical in
the country can boast or pretend to rival. The l)c,
cember number will, however, bo 11 specimen of tba
now volumei The volume will be opened with new
and beautiful type, tho finest whito paper and with
the first of a scric3 of embellishments unsurpassed
by any which have yet appeared in any Magazine.
The style ofllcganco, tho beauty and finish ofthesa
illustrations, and the cxtensivo improvements which
will be made, its typographical appearance, and
above all, tho tone of its literary department, by t1(J
brilliant array of contributory whose articles have
enriched the pages of each number, will give it a
character second to 110 Magazine in the Union..
The character of tho articles which shall appear in
ita pages, will be equally removed from a sickly sen
timentality, and from an affectation of morality, but
while a true delineation of human nature in every
variety of passion is aimed at, nothing shall be found
in its pages to cause a blush upon tho check of the
The Litcrrry Character will he sufficiently guar,
antecd by the reputation of both Magazines thus u--nitcd,
for years past. Wriler'sof the first rank have
bceu regular contributors to their pages, and the
tales and sketches published in them have been
widely copied and lead, and tho firm and independ
ent tono of the criticisms, upon the current litera
ture of tho day, has been everywhere approved and
Tho List of contributors embraces the names of
mostof iho principal writers in America, with a re-
spcctable number of English authors. Original ar
ticles have appeared, during the last year, from the
pens of the following: Protcssors Ingraham, Frost
V. U.lirooks.U. P. Winds,UaptalnMarryatt,Iion.
R. T. Conrad, Morton McMichael, Willis Gaylord
Clarke, Esq. Charles J. Peterson Rev. Thomas II
Stockton, Samuel W. Stockton, E. Armstrong, Esq.
uencrai u, r, morns, i,cign iiunt, England, jilrs.
Fanny Kemblo iiutlcr, Park Benjamin, Douslass
Jerrold, England, Joseph C. Ncal, James F. Otis,
R. S. Elliot, David Huflman, Charles West Thomp
son, Judge Trcmper, John Du 80II0, Esq. P. B. El
der, tircnvillo Mellon, lidgar A. i'oo, I . U. Spear,
Mrs, L. Sigourney" Miss Catharine H. Waterman.
Mrs. Ann Stephens, Bcuson Hill, England, Dr. J.
K. Mitchell, James Montgomery, England, A. M'
Makin and E. Holdcn, J. Ucauchamp Jones, J. H.
Dow, Mrs. E. F. Ellett, Dr. Thomas Dunn Eng
lish. In addition to thisr brilliant array of names known
to fame, tho distinguished services of a host of a
nonymons writers of no ordinary abilities, havo giv
en worth and character to the pages of the Maga
zine. The series of well known nauticil papcro en
titled " Cruizing in tho Last War," havo had a run,
unequalled by any series published in any Magazina
for years. Tho author promises to open a new se
ries of Tales of tho Sea, and from his known abili
ties as a depictor of sea scenes and life, much mar
be relied upon him in maintaining the popularity
of the Magazine. Papers may be expected during
tho volume also from the author of tho well known
articles en,itlcd " Tho Log of Old Ironside." and
from the author of " Syrian Letters. The valuablo
aid ol tho author of"Lcave3 from a Lawyer's Port
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under the new arrangement. With such an amy
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