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ttrBlLO WMtTK- J . . - -
XU tonne aA WitNtW aa, fj
e a aw ee CI M. 'A' ev.--!
lay to e.l-a-e w.li M ft',-1" " ftfl
bfr el d-aJe, are to
0 gJJter, Uw Soave repaw4e f
ji tilu Maris lit parwiwr,
. i.aaf attaajvaeL'(e V-S at the
-l the !) U wwr
JrTTT fZ CLVtwT
rTTl rt! - ?
- ji M twnw m Pf arau
10 ktian eAirr-i-d to the FJwtVe
p4. t (Uf ssey tM M etUwd4 to. . .
.' TUftAfffof b rhe eAiej B V.
fUiee, eV&veiei lorpMos M the 4ih
eJar; lest, to the cowpeay mm fe!d U tele,
rata the day.
QHttntl Tbe short period of limt el
lotted fee this occasion. hcrii iM
dlSUUKt with which 1 1 ntr tpm th
4vnj thU rfif tnJfiwd m. Vf
iMt t coramtnioftia of f Iht mol
lpoftM trtM hi U iltiorf of war
couetrf tml 1 rtgrtt lht f drMil
or rtoMrk. coervccted with ih Amtri
CAS BfelaiJcttf oiM cmri)f he iht
: ittult f ay Itbcrt. It wMld. lo n.
'thtf n4 Wf hM)t yoo hd com mil U1
ih iMk i M tpwt4 mt iho rBcctUio,
fiat f tilWt wtf io the wpl
ti 6fa ivAjtrt. To inet U W
bldi IH (0artcprtilon from IM
fodcwiH wkh-ftUliWmt m4
, bills;, would bt to th chtrtcttrt
tw iWidiB' iwl UnrnDhar i la. da
IdtUc le tfco fifties and 6tfbiim of
." - r - .1 ---:tj t
our rtrociuanary wonuct wovmi w w
fteord irtrj tkktg that could !t it tnd
dorw lk4 "ham ehirtder. ttrf
i m4 cMtmry fomlhe tiiinplti of tht
Ixirtkodo of hanuft icW, and iht pr
, Hhliif iBoaamcoti of tnhtr rrdvr.
, Ttt UCCm1v ch0(t lo drU govtro
. aocsU cm'd bjr cooqacut and rerolu-
ttafc r rimllar lo lh fluctuilnt
of bt ocaaa j and lha rl and fall of em
1 bireat WU th undulation of bcr btllowa.
Dot waVt rlw tod It aooo iwallowtd op
' la ill ftbjiti and aeen no more
ttbtr ariacti and having reached its dea
' flood ristHa, fait quUilj awiT, and la ioc-
Coeded bjr jat another, which b Iti turn
- Ire all Ind tfUi rently on the abort.
' : ..Thtfrnaettlmofthli eountrr rf
trlJf cbaracterlMd by lhat at era
. MoralMff (Katptowe devotloa, which dia
. ihif utahod it DeciHir people, the pro-
. aMt.ni dliaantera of thU ate. " Manr of
. mm wm imp" ' - r
r la the reign of Jimeithe In, to teak that
peace nd quUt la fords. whtcB
vet denied then at home. Whltber
. eowld-iher See for refuge K in
. ijoiU ud of advehtarerat tkat had long
rtiided at Uvdeo, in, Holland, landed
where the on of Plymouth, in Mam
, chtiittt, l now aituatcd Here new and
enforewen dificultiea e waited them ( here
. the fwotatepa of clvUUcd man bad never
- left a print wpoa tho ahore. Their land
ing on thia Inhoaphable coait, wit (tree
ted by the bowling of the tr mptat, and the
' yclliof It i axvage tenant. The crieiof the
Ciniher end the wolf aounded their cheer'
it welcome ) and the horrors of want
and wretchednea were toperadded to the
: hcletaenclct of the icaaont. Tet here
tbfae forlorn and iaolated f itgrlna, cbou
, to erect the aunrfard of cjvll and religious
""' liberty onthie bleak and dreary ipot,
that cwnederrtleue followera of the pious
. Rrilnwo, consecrated en altar to tbeir
rod, la whose providence they trusted.
- Tet no talUtsry preparation, no Irople
; nents of carnage, no blood atain'd banner
r give warning of tbeir approach. When
our ancestors emigrated to this land, they
brought with them the magnet, the com
pete, the plough, tbe art of printing and
the nrlncinles of Locke. Their deacon-
, cjants still continue to value these as their
best riches, and whilst they retain tbeir
attachment for them, can never be broken
to the yoke of an arbitrary government.
Little did they think that in less than two
centuries a flame would be kindled on the
A Mun continent, lhat would aeitate
, all Europe, and cause the tyraota of the J
old world to tremtue on weir, wrooes.
fi.Maid from the mother countrv bv
tbe vut Atlantic, tbe colonies owed her
no allegiance, but that imposed upon
them by British rulers; they owed her
Bo gratitude but that which an enslaved
toaoni txeatowa ubon the Tr rant who
onnrnnaa them. Bv an'essldoour culti
r .1. m.t Ik ntnnta
' t,f)idl Ittcteised tft weiltb, rn popU
ttea, and it science; Bat that unnatural
!:i!:rlvalry whichnecessity aomettmea pro
ivztt between the parent and the child,
se trtd mem in teeung tno not id inter
est. The mistaken policy of British
Induced them to believe, that
as we acknowledged their protection, weJ
would quietly oeno to' their power. n
ttemnt to tax the colonies, was sniwer'd
kn firm and manlv remonstrsnce t As
tb parliament insisted, the people be-
. mii aVaiarfftla'J In their OPPos!
tloe, ,The Amerkan ciiliaei 44 M
tm khu.i iWlr aonntkMiooS evea
il IU foot of ike ihrooe, to event ci
U salty, that Mem'd to Ihreiten separa.
iW i Taelr vtX-e wis stlBad bf the f
aVe ef rebatlion, the floprtroaey of PeMtibertUl, was wrstted froas I weal and
L'iflUftV AlikwihtherlihteiitIglkeMmaftlmoj4Ve; bf Hi ft!ioH
" V - f :l aV-1-a It . - 4 sasta a bt at
cotd, Wil irKatsa SO eeny as sne
7"' mi,e ettempt b4 bene made so
whUh basa'd Lsihevesr ITf received
- m -
tir tertotia nrtfMMlilMi froas the eotoaUl
foveraasewte, ad was so strooglr depre
cated bf etsey pf the entlghten'd Slates
men elCegland.thit It wss repesl'dle
the -ear Mowing by the powerful eser
lloet of Mr. Put, Oel. Cewwsy, Col.
Berre-end ethers, whose chsrscters alooe
form en epitome of every thing thai Is
great or eenelmovs. Great BritaLa
had alvava rtealated the commerce of
the covntry, but had not Imposed eey
restrictions or duties, uetU the fleer
Mrt RiU wss brought into operauoo.
M.ar eseeises had been committed by the
coUaI, ks ITt which aoJr served to
strengthen their confidence, sod render
ihem more tenacious of their rights.
Taa ar 1774. was the period, when the
wittily dilution, iho onoiDotence of
parliament, was about to vsoisn. u was
L U ik latarlaM nfTertd their DCli'
tkJrte etwaorUle W 4he ting and
rnUtara I ken h vain that Mr. Pitt
(the Irlghttit orb that ever iltummetetl
....,... - ,.,. ...... al
ike eowncila oi any peuoeij ibi r.
Corke with all the power of Ma eloqwence
wsrn'd them of the danger lhat waa com
ing upon them. A military force was
oaartered upon the sen of Boston, to
e a forte the laws of parlismeDt,' who for
got In the execution of ihtir duty thst a
soldier's honor is a soldier's wealth. It
waa then that the colonies swia d from
ikalAne lathsrwv. which cmberd her
energies It was then thet the genius of
liberty like the wnflefg d teie tegsn 10
look bevood the Eyrie, in whkb it wis
nestled i that the ipirit of frerVom in-
dirsiint swslrd In every heart, snl bum a
e. . . -S L a
upon every tongue t it wss men mat
every citusn was tne nrsve oeirnaer o
hie vlolsted rights, thst every metron wai
a soldier's bride end ever? maiden the
patriot daughter of her country. A dep
utation from the different colonies atsem
bled U cwacrsss, to adopt auch measures
. . r ... f .T
as would meet tne necessities oi toe umei
at Philadelphia. In I77, the battle of
Bunker a bill, like an electric inoca, per care oi nr laiicn a-wp-vsded
the continent i end roused the dor- tid liberties.-
mint energies of the nstlon. Active pre- Our cxsmple, likewise, in Great . Brit-
parstlons were made to carry resistance
to every length. A person of reflection
. L... ..t.nl.i.il. that at mm,
period tbe colonies would form a sepa-
... -1 . ft.. I.M,Lm.
from tne moiaer couoir. vi ",CDCCieo in w .w
r tifV w !iKrt lantimenta. oorl.t... Mm,, an! atineratltloTi are apain
ntuii. vi . . ..
growing population, the jealousy with
tlA fv . A ..2.. naatla tsssrf attaTSiersi
MrS.'t i ha nolitleat Inititutioni of "Eu
ike rwT'sttail InBtittnlnni tA Eu
a v v w w -w j-" ------ - en
rope, the encroachment of the British
narllament UDon what waa look'd uoo as
colonial rights, and the eitcnt to which
tbe royil prerogative wa attempted 10 oe
carried, clcarlv demonstrated the troth of
the ptrpoeitioo. Added to this, tbe opto-
as .a a a Af
ioni of aome ol tae aoies; iiacsmcn
the eirhteenth century i opinions that
derlv'd their force not ooly from the
m,mt of character with which thev
were accompanied, but-deriving a itill
more powerful Influence, from the extra
ordinary talenta of those who edvsnced
Ihem. Washington had been placed at
the head of the American army the 4th of
Juoe 1775, ISdaye after the battle of
Leilngton, and 3 daya before the battle
or Breed'lhiH. A lew provincial troopa
formed the hopeless bsnd, which were to
oppose the welltrain'd arroiea of Great
Britain. Tho' lorcea to reaistancc tno
ultimate course we were to pursue bad
not been delineated. I be whole conn
nent from the lakea to Florida, waa agita
ted by the impending itorra. The day
at length arrived, which was to seal our
fate forever. Tbe 4th of July, I7f6, will
ItejcmembctMoPciLgO."8" cee .t0
aOja eiavaaajeaae. a. o-t- mti.. . t 7- . . j-
k r.nmtwr'it amonof the nations of the
earth ; when the sceptres of kings shall
be broken, and .time shall be no more.
Whatever of talent, of virtue, of patriot
ism and firmnesa could be united into
our bode." oiatintruished the American
rnntrreaa. when tha colonies were aeciar a
. - - . .
. . . . 1 . . a
tha meaaure aatohlahM all Europe. It
mj inrtrtirtitimt. i na- noiancaa
m a new event In the nolitiesl world a
hovel principle toll1!!!
roent. ' -'-- ' '
... Intettine ware, and sana-uinsnr revotu
tlnna. had for centuries distracted the ok)
world. France, Germany, and Britain,
hail felt the effects of civil anarch v. The
first still retain'd ssme lingering vestiges
- - . . a ' a ?S
or feudsl tyranny, seme reitcs ot me mis
ttar deinottam of Charles the Fifh.
Germany had been carv'd out Into little
petty priftdpsUUcs,atia Urtitin mq pero
jAy, august H.jer r x
t sovsnlty, Uu
I fork ad Laaaattar. I-
s tie icut't fef
1 X$uttrtiU V
powatweea she aJ imd parUaiseM.
Their swaraa dm a, f as they ire front
to terns It, the rrtt cknf of Chfl
eo wvwt s-aro i w.r
ewewu le ywsw fwcotlecikaa t aUw that
coot tia fee bower iBfi rWM f mora
Lka the effect I of UordUsif imbttioa.
taao loaa af ravntrr. Not ao wfch AmAf
ci shehsd frltlho sriiherkg r!eef
atritale sae vm Mr ineooarap sast
Jaklne Into aolhovitf i and her esoctlet
verrlnr to aarvlude and chains. At this
swTuI crisis, she b4 tae counge i oorst
ceuAtry, le dispel the ctowdi of erfrsrrity
which ever pre 4 aer poiimsi laeuon
and to trcait-witi maaif armnss tae
rtiifa tnioa of eoflreisloe. br which she
- vw r
km.A Kaan LuffitiaJ. Lone aai.arduoei
via the struggle for IndepcadeKO the
raw, wndiKiptl d troops of tae felonies,
k.it to tambat the Veteran irmUt of Brit-
In l the one conquering teeeaUve,tei
. - . a .a a ai. I
other deleadiog taair uves, mesruoerues,
and their homea. But the heioea who
rontended for Ike tights of asaa, ware
not to be luSdoed by those ho faecal
br the rights of kief medoae wit
ift'm'A to iriumoh over the tf rtoov and
taw mercenary blrUge d XagtW, io
bflw before the sons of Uberty. ny a
rhlvalrous ipirit Bed i mapy a pames ca
pired in the arrai of vie Vary. Bnt the
memory of their vlrtues,wW Dee la the
heart! bt their couurf men, and posterity
l!h Ktil rratitnde. will shed tesr of
regret upon the grew turf that 'covers
tSelr ashes. Trance, our friend and allr,
caught with rapidity the vital epsrks, si
tka itanarted from ike eouli of our Sain
ted dead end received additional torchei
from the surviving priesthood of liberty.
But the lempenment of her people for
bid It to burn, with the .Sims steady sod
refulgent light la her rtveiuuoQ, tae
sanctuary of religion eras polluted and
the eelL with too twee SIM impious s
hand, etrino'd from her altar t the ecaka of
justice were wrested from the law and
her political bead feu victim to tae
ungovernable fury of rekre who bowed
jbclor no tribunal but the fl word and
I Lll.. I J., k.. ..I.MKk.
w uih uu,imu ,r tv)fi
lalsaaaolltaey aMOrMrewawr the oeo.
gtTa new Ufa and energy, io the
friends of parliamentary reform. le
C !- Imilri mnA rlht nf ana nan.
pje t0 be represented in tho council of
I V . J ! I.I. Vt.a. m Sk tM A MMl
iiu.i .fc. r
MaMd upon tbe Spanish throne. There
I tl.a a kaiOa alVaS WMyta. axf iataw ff
i ka..i ffom th rntr ibf Stballri ttt tht
inmm i, nt the Tvrol t that voice now
i j veil - -- - - g- ----
WIW"'"1 " w " -
sleeps io the grave of RiegO)-4utlH ii
some consolstion to the friends of free
dom to know, that ber Amcricsn colonies
hsve shsken off their alkglanee, to the
mother country. Bot let us turn again,
to tbe theatre upon which our fathers
r ted. Scarcely had the United States
emerged from tbe obscurlrywhkh vailed
her destiny t scarcely , bad 'she overcoat
the stormi of adveralry by which she d
been buffetted, and the war-prokes aoldier
r-tU'x io nil familv and bit borne t .be
fore a greater calamity than tbe evils of
war, seem d to tnrestco ner existence
Whilst our little army was In the field,
our hopes were asfely moored apon their
fidelity end their courage) hilst we
sympathis'd ' with their toile sad Buffer
ings, and deplor'd the wretchedness and
t to which ther were expos'd, we
had the consolation to see them surmount.
without a murmur, the dangers by which
thev were aurrounded. And eun when
hope seemed to hsve neo, weir scuve m
..nM!tw would restore our confidence,
and light up a amile amidit tbe general
But when their services were bo longer
required; when they were disbanded,
. hail hut little to hope from the grail
tude of their country, the sceoe wss
changed. To the neet oi osrae enu me
j: r .m. aueceeded rjouticai coniro-
versy and disaffection., The confederacy
of the States, which enabled as to weather
tbe storm of the revotuuom waa insum
tnt tha oumoses Of civu govern
1TS7. to frame a constitution, all the
local preiudicea, sectional feelings and
interests of IS States, diffariug In soil," in
.ni oninion. were to be recon-
.u.a w- had atill to re-learn the science
of government, end search for JJ"".!1
. j: ..n'it nannta. The idea
to unite a uiaui b rwwr ,
r t . ffneernment comoletelv re
publican had been treated as an i Imaglna-
rv flream ) anu wo hv-v.
rcr.titTslaf ftaeae. and YatJe. were bU etf ai
terrors la Amirkan ftatismea.. The
i w " v - - - - v.
wtiiioft ai lUraCHSSB. oraoev io av
wera tkaavkt ffa tklauiaa bt a heated
lesiglliitlow. Bet that nrovldeMe wklcb
watched over and protectee M W IM
hour of periL did .Pot foruke es, epon
IUI In lam intrnwi. ill vuaoni.
virtee asd Mtrlotism of tbe Amerbni
psMflav was eieaaffJUd ' lo, lie
Ua a lka ItAartX toMfhuilolk. Tha
bcliiitkl ktalaee of a vet v naiiaa. was csp-
I I rnonerini tee
m. mA al lLa iaaaa
time maraniae eunal rleh'i and brivile
eea to a tare cidta. Tka aveht hal dia-
tloaed bow rational were our hopes, end
a aa a .a.a
aaw, cempwtiiy tae wumi oi tne peopte
have bee grailfied, and their fears
drmd Idle shd unfounded. I will vert-
lara to ataatt. tkat tha federal CfrhsUttt
Uoe, In its principles sad policy, standi
nnrta.tW. alnea tha laatltiitioa af civil
ukUi.. Tkltit It iMilrii tha MitP tJ
rtitrirr, sod stoids lae evui oi a popu
a .a aa aa.a.
lar rovirameni n comunai an iae ca-
rtnrm. mnA aarlud! all tha cfittla of
every political code of which we have aay
knowtadra. The wisdom of every Pallet)
contributed lethe grand deilgn, of secer
lag lo every Americas tbe liberty of coo
wUmi. tka trAotn of ihourht and ac
tios), end every privilege thai caa elevate
or digtiry human nitore- overe wai
lka tA,A tkmuvk aiktch it OiSSedl POW-
srfol vse the eppaiuWiaede..le) Us
. . a ... . f
aoonnoa i out n lurvivsa cverv esteuii.
nd remaios the living monument of our If
countrt'i glory sod Its bapplneii. jj
Whilst we re olee al btr trospentyi
let os not ferret the heroes who gave ber
existence I at each periodical ret ore of
the 4th of Jolf, let us drop an hallowed
tear to tbeir memorf. There is perhapi
some wir-brukee Soldier of the Kevotu-
... . 0 a
two, sua UagcrloK upon the stage oi hu
man lilai narhaM some who have tome
to witness the festivities of the dav to
them it most be cheering to know, that
thev have not been forgotten by tbeir
country io tbe hour of decrepitude and
age) that their grey bain will yet go
down In peace to the grave. To you
who ire in the bloom and vigor of youth,
1 would recommend an attentive peruul
of the hiaiort of vour coentrv I vou who
ire fathers, when you retire to your fami
lies sod your homes, snd wmwyou are
.JitiwJntka martlfof tha Rate Rial
board, teach your liwenleg offspring to
lisp the names of Washington, Frsnklln,
Jefferson, end Adsms, the Sword, the
Shield, sod Buckler of their country la
karinf.nt atrurs-les for libertv t For pos-
,.rli. ui venerate their namea, wo
ihMi f Cesar. Uromwcll ana couna
- . ri
parte, will be swallowed up In the vortex
' Mvnlutlnna. Teach them tbe inunc
tion of other times, and instill Into their
arfhiinaw minda tho love of virtue and pat
riotism. No natloo under the canopy of
heaven enjoy the ssme blessings that
flow around us i no government on earth
can pom so msny pmicn., "
... M.n t. KAi ahoa tha Dcople, the low
en la not below tbe people. The poorest
citUen In the country, if be possesses
talents and virtue, may aspire to tne nixa
eat offices. Here then is no distinction
r na.aena. but such ss are crested bv In
k... ...,k .a iorlns from an emulation of
.... r.;kiM .Mai. Our datfcacouPci?
sre composed of aU cUm .of H?
k. .i,k ta tha nooeeit. Thev are not
distracted by thoae factions, lhat disturb
:he pesceof other Countries. The vssi
Atlantic separate s us fromEurope.from Its
clashing Interests, Its strifes, and its am
bilious. la Pc " Ubushed
our laws, In the bplrff of liberty and gdod
ill to man, we have irsmea our conawu-
i na irmi oi I'ur tvumii
been open to the unfortunate of every na
lioi, wi. . ....
. -a MrUi him. not as a strsnger
,v arin. i n airinecr
but a brother. He sit-down atpongst us
to ua aiiM w . -
a fellow cit aen, and in pesce sna secumj
.k. fn,;, Ar hi Indiittrv. nrofeises
his opinions, shd leeve a free Inherltanca
.t- Areiihart his not been erec-
.j .m a itrriratai oi nunian uwren
iv viw r . ,
.l. Ki.ia r, ina rnumrr kiicii uvw. -
1119 - 1 , j
throne I lot ua endeavour to hand down
KIU.n Inatlltltlons 10 DOBtCrilT,
unsullied by the dangerous principles of
faction, and tba f.iH
it na conauit our
inicrcsia - , . .
glory n.PPlnVr i:
' . ... awi ataiiare. ana our u"
edvancemens oi every wu
Prolite "gg- gentleman reaiding
In Oranga county, mwrma u., -i
.a, ah tr r.vira on his farm, tne
present sessoa which preduced I Gosli.ns,
Sotwlthstandlng one of them hatched I no
hing) of course two of them must, have
yielded twins. , rTawiww
- , t.
fTVTff, mharrn, (TV t, Cm a4 Fri
JL, jtaua frtj) aatM'f W J eaaareS kaie
CpaHaWrf to ike ' , -I -
Tailoring fiuitnnt, ?
la Va m!J a4 ta lka ffLaa fi iai.i(l
VOL VI u.
S. TVoekM T, Ca 4 tke ta a Cmtatj
1 1 ' .m ti.aw fkw La - aaa -- -
ratalvsi tU hJ tiliana. aa4 waatmlta Sav'T'T-
UWaawa m nr, aa,--a mw v - - w ar aa aaj ...i t
aad are deteWaed to have rheir wreh dewe U
a err le -apefior te ay as the CaUad tuiaa,
lad ao the Ua-tai rerwaatearaf ta warVwaw
aUpr'Aayperaaw saVarg wwrsj dawe aa shear -
la wJ s4aaa te timt tawawUi m-id
ictiW ee W tt!ir i0 w
Me, they wilt he paid far rhear-JaCk. '
etviberV aho I and m peine Martd k ahataf
Use UdJea how to awl tkW iiame S-rerhert
nf uvry ire cwi mm. mm m pwwihii
k rne tm Kartk, hf the awrpaae sf fcr
dlr the Maieat and aavat ao ptwad fkaklae
av ta at j. i ne (we caa ww nwaiiann
at mil aha, ae weB aa the fay. Al sedate
fraoi e dieteacw, wtO he y atWo4 te.
rpRC eopartaerakia) heretwf-re mbaiatiaf he
JL rm rae a nimiia, raor vaa ayia aa
iUbeUa j watu. w UW eef emeu, y mmtmn
taavt, Xif ve, w: t. n watt
Y. 11, YATT8 Mbr,.
jXXiTlHVlt taet iifmi toajtoehaei asef
mrumA k Mr. Jar, IJbaJto aaJkiata.!
irerious to thetr diasahrtine, oe ttaie Street, t
.Um aaalk at tka Caa4 La rtkai
te-m ei aatiahery . where be eoScta the pea.
raftage of the pubic - - -
rre ret, (if vvvlaefT frwat Sie eorrespwawasrt
M-tkActpUa, the k-teat aeea M--
thrrs sad the other Northern CMicei wiuch
m.M aaakla Llmm la ! I la nit.la niifliai n
hh every dcerriptieat e ImtUnOk ChdUxf,
smJo w 9 to the aweL Mateet, sad Btoet duro
hla atytoe wwh-aiaihip, thateaehedawe ae
f . a .aa - a -
taa cawatrr. ana ee tae laweai paamoie tersss.
.1 k. J- J
wawK khiu Bmm ism ap m nwma pna.
Cattuur et of all kiaaa at prwwnta, doe ee
. . . I . I 1 - - . 1 .
anon nouce. iewtciaaa u ai m iiw.anag
rvweaii wiade vp tm abort a)otioa. caa be a-
aewinedatad with the gtaelail Meaibla espedi.
lion. CrmirfiJ toe the eOTrarre4 cxiended
to the shef, aader the Iras of lUbel" h Watts.
(Va .l.3t knAM Wv kta .aJiaifaia atlialliia
to baaineM, ta Wteril a coatiaaanee af tkat acav
toes harvtofore recetoad. tf. H. WATT.
JaSliara. JmjM X, 1137. .... 979
nrVM H?t having entered brtp eopsft
1, werentpt tor t-y. r ,.m. ta
TmMnf tm, uraJeTtTelni TolTleWJ
ty ttJMrTwr, tae mtrssecawi i"y-"u
tyltsfWt She cMiaene af Uharrea eoaty
and the aA)otwi wwauj, wm
tensed eajsineee a toe shop Prcroor- woawa.
ed by Mr. llagl oppoKW r. Aktsndere
House of EMertaltMnant, te tea town a
eord. where they are e-peied ta e wwte all
deeoripOons of work -to thear fiae a.budiSS,
to the reoet aabataaUal manaer, and after thai
Moat fahioahle aty lei of wottrnanahlp. Bav
ln SMde irnnremente f receiving Quarter,
fwi pkibdftptia. the ktr-t faahiooi le Topie
there, they will be enabled to eu aay gentle.
aa with tha newest laehioned aVaea fsrmewa.
made vp after the ralawt rrotraeter ryWs ed
taitoriaf . - Thaw- prleea fce watt, wiB bVaa
Fine Ctoth Ceatt, . . to J ,
Homevpue doth Coeia, . .
lalewraw . T . . J
Waiatoaata, . . . . . t l aa I l
mm. . ..Vr Mmm tuvilxl la tt ihfl I Vl
cmtT ui a ftlr trial i if v then failofiatlaW
e are eontent Pot to be eatiwalaed. "
; . TROMAI a. racui-;
''f iw, 10
HAi Jest iwcwivU he wuat eropetaB
proved faahione from fPhiladalphia, aoco-
nled with portrait n-urea, repra-wouiar
,-mr ara worm DV the WOat
bakianable rentWea of tbe aides of nukdal
phia and New.yerfc. The disile of the raahioee
new received, are, in regard to their neatneas
and elepnee of taate. aupenor io any renx
fbre publiaheo. " AU geniiemen, wicTvrurv,
wUhlng faeWonable gvasenia awte, wy rwm
s-sured that they can be u well suited i at aay
ether 'plaee to Ihn ee tpa , aei auwja.
Hivinr as his employ acowidersble foros, or.
ders for every description ofworr iroma oia.
tanee, will be eteeuteo m D0?r"
snd no dwappoinfinmt, either hi the It of the
csrtnents, af in the pttactusl eseeutioa bf theai.
need pa warea.Ji.va,qujv.yMit'-j .""""
tlniTWUtrinxde wp vsveaaoaaoiw-
price! tbsn pa nas nerennore cuarg"-
ICC Mian H" - r ' a , . ,
... -I vIM i.Vaa tha ShrrtV of fettmilflr hie
Aneere thanks to th PUhlie, fee the Kheral en
couragement he baa hitherto, received .fad
a . . . .. ,.. t ..i A. aim..
hopes that tne nyie es nw wora. - k-:-Uiaiity
with abicb be wdl execute h, will av
Mire a continuance of the reteoa PWnf
which bat heretofore Peen encno-a -
SaOeStrrf, Jpril 18VT. "
TO jail in exinon, pavioKa,
-en the-. erh..-inH.'1te.Whw ,whew,
Myi hji naroe . ii7ofl I tVet f or! Inches
w- .i i..-.-a AKirtt Hni. a km.1 toMn-"-
tenance, two front teeth out, alittk baldesded.
alxNit 4J years old, ana eaye pf neionn w
Thomea George, Uaioo Uiattrkt,, . Cro
whom be ran away abwt four weiks tfnce
The owner U reoueated to come forward, prove