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Money saved. --Our citizens when pinched by the high prices which they now have to pay for many articles of daily necessity, should consider the vast amount saved to them by the blockade of Yankee "notions" under which happily we now live. The tide of small change which flowed out for Illustrated "Harpers" and "Leelies," for men edacious Heralds, and the innumerable other prints of that race; for the yellow-covered novels, and the untold items that peddling Jonathan brought to our doors, and obtruded into our chambers, is arrested. Untold millions are saved, our literature is improved, and morality is strengthened. Addison and his elegant contemporaries are taken from the shelves where they were long superseded by ephemeral trash, and Laurin Watts, Howe, Doddridge, and Baxter, and the Bible, take the place of semi-religious newspapers which once engaged our Sabbaths.