i 1 f i
i. I M
J . '
k f T
V'lf-tOfaMr ! WjM aM r
lirrM of Vm, who 'n of deep woa
Ar Watki) witb the alt f kum tMil
, Thoa aWtUm lood, ch U lli) lb and flow
CL-tlH la LmiU of awocUllty I
Ami tick of pry, yt beating 00 ff Pe,
Tiit U.jr mk m m bihpill br.
Trttcktrwu la tabu, ad UmlU ia rWrs
H bo tbatl put fcnh m tb,
1XHO, 08 Tnt UDICt' iXDCAIf.
Ilo bard U In furtoa of H VMM kind f
For tub, fere eorinodi
Our p arani Mtri m mntil trt !,
Our bMbMtli tMb u4 Ui rtil df our firt.
L'lUJJ v lot, v ir not rtmli
m MOttl; ktfuuk, eomptl'il U cmcmI
Di4l tvtry cvttfuH f lit U tnjoy,
WVr V .'r kind, mm! 'r bUa'd
if tN eojr. "
TAITK, WITH A VR5CKANCE.
11m danct ru p'tr, tcli gtlUat b'd
A mi u frota 'oMnf trovJ
ttl kf itfc ttJcf cut.
thn lwJd rwiiHl im cooling lc,
of vtriout bur i
Cke fnjiu, tnl to forth, In t trk(
For etch twnt girl lo cImum.
I piWd MtrU'i hkAd, mm laid,
My rh viUyou Ukt t
ftlandMiwngo, ic man, or kflaonadt,
Or jally tth ieakof
Or Im porkapo om ampro
noil anau I oroer mr
Tk duc taka all audi traah, laid ab t
i'u titi a oiam or on, '
raoa rat aorrasaa caaoaicuu
The TreaMury Office. Th it the
houie th Jack built.
The Public Mry. Thli it the maf
thai lay in the houac that Juci built.
W, H. Crawford. Tbia ia the re
that rai the malt that la io the houae
that Jack built.
Ninian Edwards. Tbia ia the Ca
that caught the rat that eat the malt
that lay in the houae that Jack buili.
The Radical Factions ia the
dog that worried the col that caught the
rat that eat the malt that lay io the
boute that Jack built.
Public Opinion. Tbta it the Hon that
crushed the dig that worried the cat
that caught the rat that eat the malt
that lay ia the house that Jack built.
Cellege of William end -JUary. A
prrtpoial has been made U remwve thia
temiflary from Williamsburg, where
it was established more than hundred
and thirty year ag", to the city
Richmond, Tbe CU.mmon Hall
HIchmond lately roted, in case the vi.
ttera and the professors shtll be in fa
tour of the removal, and the LtgUla
ture authorize it, to procure a site ai.d
erect suitable buildings for the accom
modation of the Cdlegr , provided the
cost shall not exceed thirty thousand
Execution at Madrid. .On the 13th
of M ay, a handsome and grnteel young
nan was executed at Madrid, for hav
ing made use of the following exprcs-
ion: Mu sabre ts tarnished j I wish
could briehtcn it in the blood of the
king. Hi fate excited a great deal of
commiscrauoD, particularly among me
If we with to make a matter public,
the best way ia to whisper it to a friend
tinder the injunction of profound se
crecy ; we may be sure then that in
a few days the whole neighborhood
will ring with it.
Cure for Ring-Worm. -Rub the
parts where the eruption prevails frr.
quentlv with common mushroora'cau
aup. This remedy, simple as it ap
peartf hat never been known ia fait trr
removing the ring-worm, itch, or any
other cutaneous eruption, when every
other nostrum has failed.
The feast of St. Isidore was to be
celebrated at Madrid, May 15, and it
waa expected the whole , populace
Would get drunk, and many persons be
poignarded, in honor of the saint. ,
Regard fir the Sabhctlh. The great
transportation companict lately estab
lished on the canul between Albany
and Buflalb, have set an example wor
thy of imitation -they start no boat on
the Sabbath, and one of the companies
Ttquires them to ttop from t A,2t, to
P. m. on that day.
!0RAT fini TUXICIOCS. ;
Our S4iftur h.a taUghtui.
many avAa r ImI willhefrtt, and thai
mann uh are ril will bt kt, Oa
thia aolcroa dr, lb dcclaritto will
briotob waodtt fully accocnpliihtd.
Oa thia dij, thott ha wcrt win
men afur the fifih ho taleota a
toohhed manliod, and whoaa rcicarch
ci emailed oa them the admiration auJ
pplaua of warld, will dciCend from
tbeir cavicd clcvotioa to coatcropt and
Infamy nd act ralaed Incalculably
tbor ibim, th lo!y, igoorant, tod
dcapiaed cbriatiao, ha believed, aod
obeyed, that freacM ifc the frw,
which lo thii world Ucy cttccmcd the
moat dci!cab!t folly. Ilia morfarch.
who ia tho preteot life, wbi itrvcd.
flittered, and idolized oy rua cunier
ad regarded by ih milliona whom U
gofcrocd, ooly with twt and temr,
will here find nil power aod aplcoor,
the pride of diatioctioit, aod the ia
ceme of homage, vaoiahad from Aim
tad hinaclf deprcitcd lower, than wat
io thia world, the meaocat wrcuh,
who hruok from hit nod, or lived
tinon hia smile i while that vtrv wretch.
perhapa, hia now caat off all hit for
mar autre t dcbaacmcBt tod audcr
inr, and riaeo to diauoctioo and glory
ineiprcaiible. Here ht hero, the
foiicrthild of fame, the conqueror ol
rralma, the murderer of natioot, and
the plunderer of a world, will ace him
aeti poor beyood tbe puoreat, low be
neath the lowcai, and deapiaed more
than the moit dcipicable j powcrleaa,
lunk aod miaerable, io a degree out
runniog concrpiioo. Hia mtaery will
be mightily enhanced, alao, by the aight
of muliitudea, whom in thia world he
trampled in the mire, tortured, buicb
ered, and gone to be food for the fowla
of beavca, looking down upon him
from a height to which he never raited
hia imagination, and commeaciag the
proceaaion of dignity and cajoyment
to which do limit ia pretented. Geo.
erally, there will be weeping andgntuh
i "X f teeth uh Vlhi? wofld
' i hn h r,ch 'he Pd.d,
inc poiiinca, ana mc nooic, ocnoiu uic
down, the beggar, and the alave, sit
ting down in the kingdom of Cod -with
Abraham Isaac and Jacob, tnd them
selves thrust out.
At the same time, it is to beremem-
brred, that these will not be the only
disappointments undergone at this aw
ful period. The rich, the learned,
a'nd the great, will not be condemned,
because they posiettcd wealth, knowl
edge, or power j but for the measures
by which they acquired thcte posses
ftioM, or the unworthy use which they
made of them. Nor will the poor
amHewfy" be accfpted-tm-accPUTit of
their poveny, their ignorance, or their
rusticWr j hut Inr the dispensation which
they experienced, and the manner in
which thry conducted themselves, io
their humble circumstances. Wherev.
er this has not been their disposition,
and their conduce they too will be rc-J
Virtue-and -aia-extst -sn-tbe i
heart, and are never necessarily con
nected with our external condition.
Let the rich consider how dreadful a
contrast it will be, to have been opu
lent in this world, and to be in wsnt of
all thing, beyond the grave. Let the
poor remember, how deplorable must
be the condition of being despised and
wretched here, merely as a prelude to
endless poverty, contempt and misery,
in the world to come. Nor will the
changes br less affecting, which will
exist among those who, in the present
life, were found on the same level.
Were we to select a single neighbor
hood, and go-w itn oir inquiries from
house to house i what mighty altera
ti"ns in their relative condition, what
affecting terminations of their former
friendly intercourse would be presen
ted to the eye, even of the most ex-
pansive charity ! In what an affecting
manner wouldthe wealth and poverty.
the reputation and disgrace, the enjoy
ment and the suiiering. be exchanged !
To what a height would these in the
mott lowly circumstances. -begin in
many instances, to rise n this awful
day ! .To what a depth, those who are
the most prosperous, begin to fall
" Still more afflicting, more full of
disappointment and anguish, will be
the distinctions made in families,
There" will be'instahces, in,' whic the
parents will ascend to glory inexpres
sible, accompanied sometimes by none,
sometimes by one, sometimes by two,
sometimes by three and it is to be
hoped and believed, sometimes by all
their happy Offspring. At other times,
the parents themselves will be left be-
tea hcirtf, w!l fuHow dur cUJrca
riming a the htavtBi, and Viddiag
il.rm evcrUiting fartwtll. Sach
will be, tot I rc.pecta I n aU
reaJv Uan. the ifptraiion between
JtUham and hli Ka Abijah, Urtth.
rca aod tliUa uxupealaWy be.
lovtd lere and iuch of then wen
devoted to tlo, warneu, rcproveu, anu
borne to ruravc on wings of prtytf
by tho-l ftho tooiecrtttd thmselvet
U Cod, will be parud asundir to meet
no note. No Uwgtt brothers aod tlt
un.bot strangt" nd u,ol Mmi !
then will bo vetnU of aaercy, UitftiU
neti ks4 booorr. la the houto of their
Knheri ttd others vessels of wrath in
thi mansions of wve.
Mott distressing of all btttbaads
rnd wives here united in the otarett of
all earthlr rclatieot, aad b the under-
est of !1 butnso sttachmeatt, will then
not oofrequendy be seated, one on the
right hand, aod the other oa the left.
One will ascend with the Judge to the
world of glory I the other, lost ia the
host of evil beings, go down to the re
gions of despair. One will advance,
ia witdnm, worth, aod joy, throughout
codlcsa ages i the other, make a dread
ful and melancholy progress io guilt
and lorrow forever.
UOBAL CONDITION OF f tRU.
We have been favoured with the
peruial of a letter from an. Americas
gentleman io Lima, to the Hev. Ab
ner Morse, late of Nantucket from
which it'apcars that Ihe of rtJU
gioa aad taorality ia that country, it
lamentably lowm Men of 'principle
and uleota, who engaged to behalf of
the Patriou, are often frustrated in
their benevolent desigos, by the envv
and jealoosy of those whom they seek
to benefit. Much of the influence
of the Roman Catholic k prietta it lost j
but where they have influence, thev
exert it to the utmost in defence of all
the superstition and bi.try of the
Church of Rome." Geoerally speak
ing, the clergy are profligate men j and
do little or nothing to discountenance
the alarming vices which every where
Mr. Lynch received a quantity of
Testaments from England, and distri
buted them among the people in Li
ma who," says the letter 44 throng
ed hit houte While he had any, aHl
were very aoxiout to obtain them.
He Vat in consequence very much
bused by the Calholick priests j who
4 endeavoured to persuade the people,
that, unless their own notea and ex-
pLiuatiunt were affiled, the Bible could
not be understood aright. Thus souls
are deceived to tbeir own destruction."
A number of Bibles have since been
sent to Lima trr.m
thia Don i but in
isiaclesm the way
of distribution, the were afterwards
brought back is far as Buenot Ayret.
At prctent. the establishment of mis
swouariea here would be far more dif
ficult than io Pagan countries.
raM ni tiiitoi tro attie.
WHAT I'VE SEEN.
I have seen worth humbled, and an
worthiaea exalted j yea even so, that
the last was first, and the first was
1 have seen men of little intrinsic
merit, rising on the tide of fortune, and
running with the popular current of the
day, until by dint of impudence and
perseverence, tbey ve grown into con
I have seen persons far more atten
tive to the concerns of tbeir neighbors,
than their own, and prying into private
affairs for the worst of purposes.
I have seen stupidity allied to wealth,
producing a display of splendid ignor
ance highly disgusting to a tound judg
ment. . "
I have teen an affectation of benevo
Vence covering the lowest cunning and
m theep a clothing.
I have seen a little animal so inflated
with pride, as to be almost full to burs
ting. It resembled a man, too!
I have seen men put on airs of war
and blood shed, who would almost run
from a lizard.
I have seen men who were " all
things unto all men," and I have seen
all men suspicious of them. ' "
I have seen men strive to exalt one
who they knew to Ge unworthy, mere
ly for the purpose of Repressing a ri
I have seen enough of this wicked
world, its acting and doing, to caute
me to exclaim, in the language of the
black man. 11 white folk very unsar.
J1UT OLIl WOltKMl'N I
IiBtstrra Du atnM r
t,K M to all WW- .M VflVi..
y.o to !-brr i ik W.H-r U k prrpwtd
-t Inia boota. akt tWt"S l'fln
kt. to. U at fco.Wo S t of .or
and 00 M tr Mrt M T lboIOkO ko Koflk.
Ca-oC'M. A tao crt"t tmunij wm
u .u klikxaT. aaA wtlt l0 MM SHtt tM
tat of wortiMh eao pWp I1
(Wo wU SMV kf kkl a U.Kf patrooafo.
IM aboo b m Mo otrooW onto IM .
.kiu am tmtitti U Irv IM mrt Ifi"! St If
Uwrv a tot the atWld, thy oaw y
aoottoe awo. - - Wcescjj-.
'Ratlin K WVV, 'AWn
AbOPTt tiU pla of Woroih tM citltoot
of taGabor, and l( kUJi;, ia gtatral,
ibat M tai tH(oea4 Uo
la part of Joba t'Una'i hooao, oituoiod la
MarbH Itr-ft, a Urn 4mm from lU Uat ooroor
id lU Court Homo lro M ia prtpo-fdaod
Jt bo kanev to auMBOjodolo aoy rtrtU-a
Ho aro ttpwn4 lo potrooiM kiat lo b fcoo of
kwanooi, la Uf afloat aod looot lWiotLU
trk. or to DkaM fcr. Ho latter aJaota;
rrooj bio te"r tiptW-o, that Itore era bot
few, if awf, lo the couotrr, otal cm oarpaoi a no
UthoirciUMofbk work. A Urinal k all
L a.ka. lo brofo IM aboto aaatrtio. Tba
tlium of fMltioo oKaH U Uriel ly aiuikd UK
aa bo baa left a correapondent ia lb Diotrkt of
Coluwtia, (wbert h b kn frwa) obo will ord
hi it (oiiiow on. la tbtir regular ataaon.
II bopc by Uriel aneoiioa to boaiwoao, lo r.
eio a literal oSar of pukM pairooag. a b
k tUtcrmiood aodiiot; aball bo kft omJom to
rtodor trooral aniafaetioa.
SMM0y, M, i. IMA. 30
rpitR Wlowinf irwna of land wAD bo K.U, oa
1 Monday Um XHb day of September ocH,
at the CoorUtouM in I jncolnioo oe oo much
t)tcrc4 u m ill ducharf tbo tax dtto tbettoo
for lb rrar 1122, and tbo continrr nt cnairn i
200 acre, Ihrwf oo lb Colooba river, joining
lancla of WiU.ua rUndrrwMi tn oin, u
Drotxrt of M iltiam iHrtJjK. (not tated.)
ii ama. ririe oo lK oaun of lb Call aba.
Joining lamia of LotiDa k PotUr and otbera,
tb protierty of Aacl Croat, or aUrack,
7i aetra, Mng on Naked creek, joininr kfrb
of WilUaoi Cvonii aod otbon, lb property of
L nah Davia. (do. do.)
34 acrea, bine oa lb waters of tb Cataoba,
Joining knda of John Noll and otbera, tb prop-
err of rbillip BliToe, (ik do.)
2J2 aerea, Uinr on Ui water of Maiden
creeks joining binda of Joba Fulenwiilrr, (icoeg
Uils aod otben, uie prvperty of Jarrclt a Leg
aleea, (do. do.)
198 acrea, lying oo tb waitra of Dutchman's
creek, joining land of John Little and other,
to property of Jvnn rnngle Legatee, (do
do.) JNO. COLLTr.H. krrf.
Lands, at Public Hale
"N 1 ueoday, of th pert HupeHor Court of
Aabe county, will be offered for tale, at
tne Court-Houte of said county
1000 acres of Lnnd
ia oaid county, of an exectlebt quality fur grua,
or. tarrning. t'erma, on half tb purcbaa mo
ney payable io nine tootha, tbe other bxlf in
ciirfaieea month. Boitd aod approved aectih.
to be gSten to 10it32
S. SPEER, CiMrotM H lA AWrt
f Vuluatle" Lai ttTsr TorSaT
rN tlie Uih of September next, will be tokl,
tb dwellinr of William (.ay, in Iredell
county,-! the land of Jame Cay, dee'd. that
bave not yet been dupoaed of Any peraon
wishing to purchaae, can see the knd by ap
plying to either of ua. Theic knd constat of
about 900 acrea, ia different trMta, lying in the
w. mini r.f .nj ne I 1 1
Attendance, and credit, giwi by ntv
Estate of Jacob Agncr.
1 LL persona indebted to tbe etate of Jacob
IX. Agner, dee'd. are again earnestly desired
to come forward snd make payment to the
subscriber, on or before November court next,!
for the eatate will then be finally vttl.il it n. I
aible i and all person who bare my demand
.. a . .
against said eatate, and bare not presented'
ln. . J t-.r.. . .
time. CMKIS11AN BKINGI.E, Mm.
.fur. 24, 1834. 3if23r.
vtmn ntT i.ii. .m . I
Iwucn i iu w tne uDcriDer, are respecuul -
ly, but earnctly, requested to come forward
i . . . . ...
dittgreeable necesshr of placing- their account!
in the naiult of an onio r for collection.
STEPHEN L. FERRAKD,
SaUtbvn.Jur.7. 1834. 18
fTIIlE subscriber has opened a house of Pri-
JL ate Entertainment i where Traveller can
be accommoUatcd. He nromnct all who call
on him, good treatment, ' with a plenty of the
uci to cai ami anus.
14 H. B. 8ATTERWHITE.
rT7retftrwyfi, June 26th, 1824.
Military Eauinments. 'c.
IT' OH tale, a good and fashionable uniform coat.
J. a cbapeau and plume, and a (word, behrf
fco. And also an elegant and excellent double
barreled Gun i all of which will be disposed of
on very reasonable term i apply to the subscri
ber., GEORGE W. GK1MKS. '
Saliilniiy, July 26, 1834. '16
Three" JCowpera .Reward. ,
RAN away on the nit of the 10th inst. my
muliittaapDrentice, JUx Mt,Hi is 18 'or
19 years old ; rather tall, well made, wajka with
a kind of easy, careless gait, bul is generally very
active i has a smooth tomrue. and a JmWlikp
phiz. Whoever will bring Lex back, glmll be
entitled to the reward at the head of thii notice,
but no other charges, from me,
August 23, 1824. 3i22
5 ThMtvta UttititA
Wil l, U p4 1- ' ftkifcilPf i(k4 mtf
itf ut .t,(wika y ft k.
aWt lyrr fn u, M( rf
ft h'rh, aod laWraLly .
il a.uo year t.1,1, fcl
bUb Ae4, and 7 kktly, tktf
krourM frwa lb Karo ,r uf kteW
Um htoUr, t ran tiy lb Bit, hmi,
and M doubt or atUoipiUf r bark. iv,.
will aim to pa tkromgk albry, Uiinrv,
UeMbor'( UiUK)ir, Mm HU r?.
UnWf. ' .
Any Inf iTiMtiM, flWt4 to HwrUj.
aVMibolota, wdl k MWlf rlnj.
, iOWi iriosci,
rrk PtiS t. foraloa,
. Fiftcca Dollars ,
W J ! V paid M rprtkrwdtaf tad
log la g4, lbtrty4 tarf ar.
toLrably black. I f.t f or locket hir,
leg rbr abertcr tkaa tk oOWr i b i n Um&
at coatpaay m'tih lb oboe aeacribod rpv
h bake" ft I lb Ut of Cape Jatoet fuu,
ot3t trsnuvt HOBROW
TIIK aubosrloor rpctfuBy Uf'm W
friend snd tb twbbc it larfo. thai k k
mrrWtd bia tdio (llneM of Ik frr, m ik4
bo eao attead to bi ahen agaia. II kept ik
bit cmummt stay not turjet to colt oo im at
wmaL aa tkera Hll bo nothing lacking t rea.
iff lba goneral oaliafactioa in tk aba kw
mm b pwnwa. Tboa that My plrai t cJ
oo lb aubtenber, M doubt will b m
ploaotd a id lay otbf sbop in tk low f
RalMbtiry. h it not ry aeecaamrj to mmm
diaat favor a som do. fur gontlcotes sr
tb babit of bating a particatar (mKio t nut
tHamMW la dma i I will r.ag to bat
a good work 1om a eaa be dono io lb to a
f aabaUiry, aod pT tbo omI MairabW Irnna.
Aku, cutting aad repairing wiO bo duty ar.ca.
M. B. iMHf pcHece eaa k out, or awle,
tb arateot fa, at tb uhamkar'l W
oppoaita tk Italo aUak, in SalUknty.
Jytf 30, 1S34. k
8tatc of ort!iCarolina,
Cni'lT of Equity, April term, 1324 : Hrory
Blotter and bi wife Rarbary 8 toner, Jol
Waller and tua wife Ee, tnubetb Emhini
and Adam Lopoaaer, oeraa Cunrad KJIkit, Mary
Itibelin, Mar Inullr, Henry Eamkart, Uorp
Boll a awl Peggy bia wife, tb beir at kv of
Chriatian Kiboe, dee'd. i Petitkw lor talc of
real efrfe. H appearing to tbe aatuietion of
tb eoun, that the defendant!, ComA kiW,
Mary Itibrlin, Mary Bonitber, Henry Earnbanlt,
Grorgt Bull, n and Pnnr hi wife, betn n be
of CltrUtiM Kibor, dec d. do not rcaule witkia
Uie Cmiu of tU aUte, it 1 three far onlmd,
Ibat poblif ation b nod Ibr OS wcekaMerr.
ieely, bt tb Weoierw (Wmi, that tmkai
they' appear, at tk aext Coort of Erjuity u b
boldea for the county of Kowaa, at tb courU
bouat in 5ariUii7,on th 2nd Momlar after tk
4th ktotMlav in bpteaber next, and plraJ,
awer or demur to tb bid, the nam will at ta
ken, pro confeaio, a to them, aad tbe earn V
art down for bearing es port. &i'34
Copy from tH Bumite.
Teoti tiP.ORCE LfXKE.c.i.s.
State of North-Carolina,
TtOURT of Plena and quarter mwJqim, Jtftt
J Urm, 1824.
Andrew Bowman, . RoWrt
Tinalert OnpnalattnchiMiiLkviedon knd. It
appearing to th intiafaction of the court, tba
the defcixbuit i not an inhabitant of thii U)t
it ii therefore ordcrod, that publieaitoa be waJ
in Ihe Weatern Carolinian for three nion'tt, tint
Tun rrn rne Tieremcim eoinr irmrara -oewrc
2nd Monday of September next, and rrpVy
aad plead, that juilgntent will bo enterrd, f
eonfeaao, and property levied upon will be
demned to tbe plaintiff' reeoeery.
By order, MA H HEW K. UO0!lE,c.t
Price ad, g. H"5
j - State of North-CttrolaUa,
term, 1824. John Neibtt, v. lliarlu U
Conner i Orriginal attachment, returned, fcc. B
i ordered by the ctxirt, that tbo defer'',
(ho i not an inhabitant of thi State)
tnwer on or before the next tern of th'u court,
to b held for the county aforcsaiil, at the court
bouse in Statesville, on the third Monty io
Aueust nest, other ia tbe plaintiff viU bt
heard ei parte, and have judtne nt pro confra
; ,l further ordurcd, that thia notioe be pub-
l!.L.J f . .1 t aar a. frikm
bshed for three month in the Wester Cat
lini.n T. . U KlunNTTtN. Ctk.
I Price ade. 4.
State of Nortli-Carolina,
1 ,niIBT r PU.. .j a.,., .eanion. Mar
C2.LTk?2 anA,Qirte Zl
laFrfn. inii jamrii. irx. iw. juiicsv "
attachment, levied in the hand.
the defendant is not an iniiabitant of this State,
it ia therefore ordered, that publication beraaflo
three months in the Western Carolinian, gifint
notice to ihe mud deft-ndant to appear at tM
next Court of Pleas and Quarter Session to t
held for said county, at the Court-Home
rhirlntlff. an tlia Gmrth Unnitav in Auinist MA
toJP,5Jrt Pi?kJr demur, otherwiK
ment will bo enU-redliistfilin, aiid'eleC
tion awarded accordingly.
Teat i ISAAC ALEXANDER, e.
Price adv. R4. 3rnit,24.
State of Nortli-CaroHna,
rr Equity, March term, A, 1). 1824. Merm
Burgin, v. Phillip Coodbread. It PPr
ing to the satisfaction of the court, that .
rjiwlliwo.l ),va nnt Mtiil. uithin the lilTH1
thi 8tat, it is therefore ordered that puhB'
tion be made! for three mnnths siiccessivt'y "
the Western Carolinian,- that nnles the-
Phillip GooUbread-appear at the next court
auy oi sepiemucr.ntxi, uen "'y'r. r -i
answer or demur, jtidgmcnt, -pro contev'
be taken, and the same be heard ex parte.
8. 8, EUWli, r. - -Price
adv. S4. it A
! For ault knU battery, for sale at th
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