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TAKEN UP MY tho subscribir, on or about the fiftc.entli o'ay of September last u email RED COW, eonie white on the back, belly and tai]; no artificial raarks visible .Buppoeed to be twclvo or fourteen yeara oid. The onner can have the same by proviug prop erty md payir.g charges. ELISHA D. PARKER. Salem, Jan. 25, lb-U 42-8w. MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL LIBRARIES Published under the direclion of the Board of Educalion. Fop. sai.e i:y J., of Ann Arbor. THIS LIBRA II Y is recoromended by the Superiatendant of Public Instructioa Jun.25,1842. "ECONOUY IS WEALTH." THE subseribers will puy two cents per puund in Gooda or Papor tbr any quaulity of good clean SWÍNGLE TOW, delivered at the Aon Arbor Paper Mili. J. JONES cf-SONS. Ann Arbor, Jan. 12, 1842. MOlfrGAGE SALE. "ftkEFAULT having been made in the B W conditiun of a Mortgage executed by liufus Cro8$tiian and Lucy his wif'e, to tho under6Ígned, Jnnuary fiiteeuth, eighteen hundred and thirty cigLt, and recortled ia the Rtgister's Office, in the couuty pï Wash teuaw, in Liber number sevcn, page three hundred and onef of the equal uodivided half of the "Scio mili property," mchiding tho v ater-povver, Müls, and Machinerjf, and about twenty-ñve acres of Land, aüjoining the viliage of Scio, in 6aid county, and lying on büthöide6 of the River Huron, togelher with the rights of flowing Iad9 covered by [ the mili pond, (for a moro particular description of the premises, reference ia made to " tho record of inortgage,) andno proceedinga ' at law luiving been ïnstuuleJ to collect the i..otiilrncut wh'tch beca me due on the eix1 leetith day of November, in the yeur of our I Lord, eighteen hundred acd forty-one, or : any part thereof. Nolice is htreby given, that said niort. gage will be forecloáed by a eale of tho mortgaged premises (or some part of them) at public vendue at the Court House ia Ana Arbor, in said county, on the the twenty: fifthday of April next, at noon. i SAMUEL W. FOSTER, Mortgagee. Scio, January 24, 1842. 4M3w : ■THRESHING MACHINES, HORSE POWER, MILLS, &.c. THE undersigned are manufacturingand will keep constantly on hand at their shop twoanda half miles west of Ann Arhor, near the Rail Road, HORSE POVVERS andTHRE3HhG MACHINES- The horee power ia a new invenlion by S. W. Fosteu, and is d:cidedly superior to any thing of the kind ever before oflered to the Public. The pnce of a Fcxir Horse Power, with a good Threshing Machine is 14:0 dollars, at the ehop; without the Machine, ninety dollars. These Horse Powers can be used with two, Ihreu or four horses to good advantage. Three men with two horses, can thresh one hundred burílela ofwheat per day (if ityieJds middling welJj) end it wBl not be hard worlf for the horse?. The Horse Power and Thrcsher can both ba put in a coinmon W3ggou box, and drawn any distance by two horses. The Tico Horse Power will be sold af. the shop, with the Thresher for ono liuntired dollars; without the Thresher, for scvenly-five dollars. They also mauufucture STRAW CUTTERS, recenlly invented by S. VV. Fostku, wnich are decideoly preferably to a:iy tbr cutting straw or corn stalks, by or water power. They aleo work by naad.- . Pnce, fifteen dollars. - ALPO- CAST-IRON MILLS for grinding provender, at the rato of six to eight busheJá per hour, with two horses or by water. - A I.8O - OTSiVIUT MACHINES of superior coostruction. Invented by S. VV. Foster. Price, sixty dollars. S. VV. FOSTER, & Co. Scio, Jui;e 23, 1841. 10-ly P0RK AND WL'EAT wanted by F. De.mso, for which goods or monev will bopaid at fair rntes. 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Composed ens tirely of original anieles, by the most eminent writera of tho age; and embellished with a larger number and a greater variety of costly, elegant and attractive pictoriul illuatratione, ihan any similar pubheatiun. EDITED BY Mrs. Sarah J. Hale, Morton M'Micbael, Mrs. L, H, Sigourney,L. A. Godey. CONTB.IBUTORS TO EACn KUMBER. Miss. C.M. Sedgwick, N. P . Willis, Mies E. Leslie, Mrs. C. Lee Henez, Mrs. E. O. Embury, T. S. Arthur, Theodure S. Fay, Mre. E. F. Ellet. in announcing to his numerou9 patrons and the public at large, his arrangemeins for the year 1842, tht: proprietor of Godey's Lidy's Book, takes occasion to ackuowledge the unparallelec1 and triumphantbuccess of his Magazine, wbich has uow reached tho extraordinary numher of forljj thousand montldy; buinga larger edition than has ever been pnnted of any olher work of any description in America. This succes he is awore has been att.iined by the vast superiority which the Ludy's Book has always maintained over theconleraporary magazines which Iiave attempted to rival its rnerits, a superiority which he is still determined to preserve by keeping it, in all its departments literary, inlellectual and moral, a wel) as pictorial, emblematic, artistic, and mechanical. That thia is no ïdle boaet, hc appcals to the experience of the past twelve years, in all which time, he has made no promise to the public which he has nol strictlyperformed, nor undertaken anytliing which his mcans did not enable him to accomplish to the utmost. Entering, as he is about to do, on the 24th Vohinie of the Lady's Book, wüh increased energy and accumulated resources ;with an ampie knowledge of the bu siness in which he is eng.iged, arquired by long years of unrtrriittcd application: with a subscription list unparalleled in the annals of literal ure; with numerous fucilitiea not possessed by any ether publisher: with welldigested and wide-extended argumenté; and above all, with a steadfast purpose of maintaining the lofty elevation his work has reached, the proprietor has not hesitated to incur expenses, which under other circum 8tances might prove slartl'mg, but by means of which ho will be enabled to make the Lady's Book, the richest, the rareat, the most attractive, and ihe most valuable periodical, intrinsical and extrinsically, ever offered to the American public. Literary Departmemt. - It has ever been the tiiin of the proprietor to impart to the Lady's Book a high literary and mera) lone, and for ihia purpose he has=, without regard to cost, procured the aid ot' the most eminent writers and, for eeveral years past, has committed its editorial supervisión to Mrs. J. Hale, Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourro',and Miss E. Leaüe, ladiês of whom nol only their owö sex, but the whole country, have reason to be nroud. In thid respect, the Lady's 13ook enjoye a decideu advantage üvcr all ether pöbhcaliohs, s t is the only work devotfd to ladies, ladina derive an ad vantüge whieh must be obvióos to every parent, husband, brother, and well as to every lady who properly appreciates the dignity and irnportance of lier sex. He will be enabied to furnish articles Trom Mrs F C Embury, Mrs H B Stowe, Mrs F S Ctegood, Mtb. S. SrnUh, Mrs M H Piiiüo;)3, Mrs. J. 'JMiayer, Airs A M F Annan, Mrs. L. Hentz, Mtb E F Ellet, Mrs. E. C. Sedman Jïirs. Dupuy. Mrs. M. Duncan, Mrs V E Howard, Mrs M St Loud, Miss E, Allen Mrs CHW Esling Mrs S E Parley, Miss M, B. Snow, Mies E. Luslie, Kate Franklin. Maria Edgworth, Mrs. S. C. Hall, Jüary R. Milford, Mrs Hofland, Mrs C BWilson, Mary Howitt, and other Euglish lady-writers of distinction, some of whom have already published in the Lady's Book tho only origmal contributions they have ever made to American Üterature. Nor has he omitted to pro cure the assistance of eminent writers of both sex. A ware of the universal and well deserved popularily of N. Willis, Esq. ; and confident that the productions of his graceful and elegant pen wil] be highly acceptable 10 the rcuders of the Lady's Book, the proprietor has entered into an arrangement, by which he will be olik to give in each number of his work an exclusive article from the gentleman; and iie has also retainall of tbe contributora whose writings havt' heretofore given such arople satisfaction in cluding Epe3 Sargent, W. G. Simms, Esq. Geo. P. Morris, Professor Ingraham, Jos. R. Chandler, Professor Dimitry, Robert Morris, Professor Frost, Finy Earle, M. D. Professor Waher, N. C. Brooks, A. M. Park Benjamin, Esq. E. Halden, R. S. Mackonzie, A. M'Makin, T. Author, Esq. L. F. Tasistro, H. W. Herbf.rr, Rufus Dawes, Jos. C. Neal, E. G. Squier, Hon.R. T. Conrad, J. M'Lellan, Jr. Dr. J. K. tMiichell, Jas. Aldrich. With such aid, it is not töo much to 6ay, that the Literary Department of the Lady's Book will surpass any thing that has ever been orean be .ittempted. Ornabien-ial Department. - Itis a source of no little pride to the Proprietor of the Lady's Book, that he first introduced into this country the plan of furnishing, along wilh a monthly periodical of elegant literature, embellishments of an attractive and costly chracler. The first eteel engravings accompanying such a work were given by him; the first mezzotint engraving was given by him; the first patterns of lace-vvork and emhroidery were given by him; the firslcolored platea of fashion were given by hira; the first music was given by him. These are things to which he would not refer, ifsome of those who havo össayed to folio w in his footsteps, not content with imitating all his designs, even to the form of his book, the 8ze of his lype, and the color of his cover, had not fooüshly put forward claims to orig inality, and ottempteö to found aright to an exclusive merit on doing that which they have borrowed frota his example. But whathe lias done heretofore in the way of ombel lishraenis to liis Book, though itfurexceed ed any eífort of thoee who strove to cod bis ñiovements, ccnnot compare with wh&t he now means tu do . liis arruogemenis fot this department of his work have been pro jected on the most liberal scale of expendí" ture, nvolviny an extern of ouüay v6uch a has never beiore been dreamed of in any nel riodical, European or American. As an vi deuc-ü of his iiucitions, he now statea that cach uutubur of the Lady's Book for the eusu year, will contuin at least three splendid ongravmgs; embracing in the senes eveiv possille variety of subjects. Histoiial,Land' scape, Picturesque, Poitraiture, imafMuaUva"' and Etnbleinatical, and executed in evry pos sible variety of the art; inezzotint, line and" mezzotint, slipple, medalion, and that most chaete and expreesive marnier, the lino nn dot cornbined, which has given such World widecelebrity to the worka oï modem artists Spler.didl colorcd platas uf the fasliions' willalso bcgiven every inontii, contamina at least íour femalc figures, and eaibodyinl in every uituinee the luiest costunies, receiv ed directly fiom a correspondent at Paria In order to give the greatest nttracli venes, to the subjeets of hia embelljalimeius thQ Proprietor hae given orders to various Ame rican Putnters, of eötablished reputation,whá are now engaged in preparing éxpressly A)r the Lady's Book,tHimerous oiiainal piciures on National and íüstorieul evonu, muñe oC wiiich ai e ne irly complcted, and soon will he in the hands of the engraver, Among th painters thus engaged ho may enumérate J G Chapmon, Painter of the National Pío. ture of the Baptism of Pocahontas. P F Rothern.el, J P Fiankeastein, S S Osgood, of Bost.l Williams, kc% ín order to procuro these varicus embek lishments in season, tlie proprietor has made permanent arrangements with the followiug eminent engravere, all of whom are nowengaged in executing steel platea for tb. Lady's Book. Neto York. Philadelplda. A L Dick, V E Tucker, N Gimberede, J B Neagle, VV H Jackman, J B Forrest ' J G Dunnel, VV H Ellis A Joues, E Hiimphrey3, Tuansmission et mail. - One advoutage the eubscribers of this work will have, wilt be itsearly reception. lt will be received at the remoteai cities of the Union, by the firsl day of the month of publication. 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