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EMBLING AND BEAL, 53, EAST STREET.
(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,)
(Late of ALDER & HAMILTON, Cheltenham), IRON & BRASS BEDSTEADS,
of the most modern and improved descriptions,
FROM NINE SHILLINGS EACH. Feather Beds, Hair, Wool, Alva, Spring, and other Mattresses, manufactured on the premises, warranted thoroughly pure, and fit for immediate use.
Every article marked in plain figures at the lowest remunerative profit, a liberal discount bein g allowed for cash.
Feather Beds Cleansed and Re-dressed by Machinery on an improved principle, at 1}d per lb. Mattresses Re-made equal to new and freed from dust or moth, at a low cost.
CHEAP AND GOOD CONCERTINAS,
FLUTINAS, ACCORDIANS, &c.,
P. JEWELL, 7, BOND STREET, BRIGHTON.
Concertina, &c., Taught. Instruments Tuned and Repaired.
HIOBDEN'S ROYAL ARTILLERY BATHING ESTABLISHMENT,
KING'S ROAD, BRIGHTON, The Nobility, Gentry, &c., are respectfully informed that the above baths are fitted up with every convenience and comfort, with separate Dressing Rooms; and a suite of three Baths, communicating with each other, when required, on giving notice.
An abundant supply of Hot Linen. Experienced and obliging attendants. London and Brighton Papers. Private Waiting Rooms for Ladies. Portable Baths prepared at any part of the town.
Water sent to any part of the town. Shower, Hip, Sponging, and all kinds of Portable Baths Let on Hire, at Moderate Charges.
Holloways Pills are decidedly the best remedy for all disorders of the stomach and bowels the liver and kidneys. They act with so 'dicided an effect, and yet so gently, that people of the most delicate constitutions may take them with the most perfect confidence. They do not contain a single grain of mercury or other noxious substance, being composed exclusively of rare balsams, They are, therefore, equally safe and efficacious, and as a family medicine, nothing, yet invented or discovered can be .compared with them for a moment. With those inestimable pills at hand, together with the printed directions affixed to each box, no other medical advice or assistance can be needed in any ordinary case of sickness.
C. F. WOODMAN, Tuner, Regulator, & Repairer of Pianofortes, & Harmoniums,
38, VICTORIA STREET, UPPER NORTH STREET, BRIGHTON. C. F. W. has the honour to acknowledge the very liberal and gratifying patronage accorded to him during his residence Brighton, now approaching to six years, and begs to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants, that he has made arrangements with a firstclass tuner and regulator from London.
C. F. W. respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage and support which he has hitherto experienced, assuring his patrons that their orders, combined with moderate charges, will at all times meet with promptitude.
Families waited on at their Country Residences.
Powell's Domestic Magazine
THE MODEL WIFE.-CHAPTER I.
By J. H. POWELL.
She who ne'er answers till a husband cools,
POPE. It were comparatively an easy task for the true artist to delineate on canvass the portraiture of a model woman-one whose exterior formation should bespeak perfectability. He would only need to make a study of the most perfect types in life, and by a combination of outward excellenciés infuse his art with the visible beauties of the many beautiful figures present to his eye. Here his study halts. Here he is bounded. He succeeds in painting a model of beauty whose life-likeness and harmonious pencil-touchings together strike the gazer with admiration. But the inner, inestimable faculties of the soul are beyond his reach. The painted model, unlike an actual living one, is simply a combination of colours thrown into light and shade. It belongs only to the realm of Art, having no connection, save in its chemical affinities, with the world of Fact. The painted model may be an acquisition to the student and a treasure to the museum, invaluable in its apparent perfectability; but it is, after all, only a type of high imitative Art-useful to a few and absolutely useless to many.
Man's true study is human nature; he should watch it under all its peculiar phases of strife and peace, discord and concord, temptation and triumph. If he would elevate his kind, he must place up models, not sculptured or painted ones merely, but living, acting, suffering ones. all imitative beings—our vices and virtues alike develope in our souls from imitation. Hence the necessity of surrounding mankind with virtuous models, that character may be grafted in right principles.