ffn-TTT TTD "Rvl
IN Government like our, the preservation of Liber-
'. ty depends, mainly, on a general diffusion of corrects
iiifiirinatw among the people. If the people be igno-1
rant of Uieu rights, how can. they guard tliein, against
encroachment ! -Our forefathers achieved freedom at
the price of much blood and treasure, and we, their sons,
can pieaerve it only by enlightened wutchfulness. As
intelligence and vigilunce are our greatest safeguards,
so iirnoranco and apathy are the sources of the mtst
danger. " Power u always stealing from the. many to
the few," and the reason is, that the many slumber
while the few are lilcntly at work." No tree people
ever yet lost their liberties by o(en assaults, but many
have loot them by secret encroachments.
Ignorance among the people begets anotlier evil,
which, above all others, was the hanft of the Ancient
Republic; that evil is MAN-WORSHIP. History
trach;remYtht,w4t ever mwi-wHhifi. take xMJkm,
political virtue dies, and sordid riictionn norms? Up it
cnrrupui the principle of Liberty, a Idolatry doe pure
Ritlririon.- - -- -
When our forefathers established the present form of
iiuvenuneni, uiey lomny uoicu mm we woum ewupc
the fate of former" Republics, and, under the wie check
and iniards of a written Constitution, enjov, through all
tune to come, the inestimable blessings of Freedom.
But now. at the end of the short period of fbrty-six year,
what is our condition 1 We have already readied an
alarming crisis in our political aifaira,--the very prin
ciples of the Constitution are inimminent periL ' We
are in the niidat of a revolution, silent, and a yet blood
less, but wt ill rapid in it progress, the barrier of the
Constitution arc broken down and traiiipledln the dust,
all the powers, whether of the sword or of the purse,
arc concentrating in the Federal Executive ; and even
Congress itelf is outstripped in the race of usurpation.
It is time for 'the people to awske from their apathy,
they will awake too ite their Government Will be
changed, and their Liberties gone. '
For the purpose of aiding other papers in the State
in diffusing correct information among the people,' and
to aroUse them-to a sense of their danger, it is proposed
to publish, at the Office of the " Western Carolinian,"
paper under the title Which stands at the head of this
Pnmpectus to be printed on large site sheet, in oc
tavo fitfRi, of sixteen page, corresponding in size with
tie ."'.uuiukw''iedited''u"'Phildelphn by Comly
Raguet, ; . r ,. ; ; ; ; -
....... J; e 3f(rrt ikptmn RrfnMirm will advocate the
doctrines of the old Republican party, as taught by Jef
ferson and his compatriot of 17'JH.
2. It will advocate tlie principles of Pree Trade, and
opMe al systems, or measures, which have a' tendency
U Ux tit manV for tlte benefit of the few.- -
; ' S.-It will sitpfxirt a fibeftl po!fcy In our StateGorem
nient, iul advocate all reasonable plan for the improve
lrrniTmt,whii a vtetrorentiifhtenini and SicoiKairiuif
" taken mwwht wtrii!ter ettate mi done, ana
are doing, in works of unpntvenienW" Osefbl Statistirs,
connected- with the great interert of .the Bute, Agiv
'dtKuraUCommeirial, mM merai, wilt be procured and
puhlisiied, in the Republican.
.4 A portion ot each nnmbeT will b occupied with
during the time those bodies- may be in session ; also
"'wiUt the latest and oet interwting newaof the day,
(ireiirn and dmwtKS ami with such miscellaneims mat
ter as may nrovc interestirur to the ireneral n-ader.
. UXUeiUtuu uf :f
titutim, his for thirty years divided the people, and ar
rayed one section of the Htate ajainst theter ; and, a
neeessary miequence', has prevented the success of
hMny-nHanretlMly Hnportant totlie honor aixl prut,
perity of North Carolina; and,' mtiil settled, it will con
tinue to do sn. It is not aHititel Uiat both parties are
sincere and bonest in their views ; and the rrasisi why
"they have so long rtiflbrndv w. that neither psjty Imtfft
jrt't Imen made thlly aivpiainted with the jnst pri?tenions
or tlte other ; else this distracting question would, ere
now, have been amicably adjusted.- With tlte view,
therefore, of giving to all the opportunity of hearing
, b'th sides," it is agreed to lay before the public, in the
p"es of the Republican, the arguments fiir and against
the measure ; and, that this shall be done impartially,
tt will be so provided, that the arguments n one sine
shall h"'fremrtrby AV'estnra4i-MM-Uk-otlMt.by
Eisfern moi'u AiSTiTng'iliJVre eiirTiaTeyT'fevehta
ral legi8iatioi,tliiui sectional divisions and local jealou
sies they distract the public mind, and destroy that
"community of feeling, and unity of aetkm, so essential to
the success of all schemes of improvement, whether
"MyicroFmor;ir. Every real friend of North Carolina
must therefore wish to see all cause of such divisions
:nd j'"alfsisiesjwrive(land to hail the day which shall
Tim! us one people, acting together Tir Ihe'gcheaTjjwI
id imwpnrttT of the State. " - ' "
t In the proper season, Correct tabic of the Prices
Vurrcat will be regularly given. - .
JTio North Carolina Repiiblicin will be mtblished
waiMiHmtlilv, that is, on the first and third Mondr.r in
each mouth, during the period of one year only, unless
us pntrmtage may be such as to demand its continuance.
Kich number will contain lfi paces, carefully put np,
w that at the end of a year each sulMcriber will have a
..Wln-ine ofjli page, iliei.with mteresting aBdVusefiiT
in.. ii. i. ,
The price of snWrijition is Ox DrnXAR in all case
to he pant in tHtvmirr. '
The 1st No. will appear on the 3d Mwdsy in. MAY,
should Uie suircription yst justify the publication.
" " As the object of tlie whl icatW is not ntt ke rwney.
but to support the rights of the peoph?, an appeal is nflw
made to the friends of Constitutional liberty, to interest
themselves in arwnrrog subscribers.
All who may be swd enouirh to procnte subscribers,
ill, by the first day of March, communicate to the pnb
kshr the number and names o procured, retaining -the
nnwiry in UIR1T IMOUS U1IIU nOUIlUU Uink UIO 11 "-'I win
eanauu appear. r ... ........ .
fO" All Iietter hnd Communications must be sd
sirsed (post paid) to the "North Carolina Remilrcatt,
5slisbury, North Carol im; where they will be prompt
ly attended to.
January lotli, ll.
TAUGHT BY '
The Hy. Stephen FrOntia nd.Lady.
THE 6ulribcr, tuisisted byhi Lady, proposes
io open a FEilALE SClOOL at Urs house,
on -Monday the tith darvfAitril vtrtrvben all
Ltho branches usually taught in similar nut it ut ions
can be acquired. - lluving had some exiiencncu
ui instructing Young Ladios, lie flatters limittell
that hisassiduou care to teach thoroughly the va
Ftou8 branches which constitute a Liberal Educa
tion, and to lead' hiif pupils tc fof n correct intel
lectual and mural habiu, will, ensure to him and
his Lady the confidence of the public, and a share
ol Jhoir patroiiHge.
Jioing a native of I ranee, the sulscnbcr will
also tench the French Language, which he him
kirnierly taught, both at the North and at the
South. Parent w ho may wish to add to the educa
tion of their daughters, an acquaintance with that
useful language, will have on 0ortunity which,
it is presumed, is seldom enjoyed in this part of
the country. . .
The Session will be of five months, and the
term of tuition, txtr Session, a follows :
For Reading, Writing, Sjielling, and Arithme
tic, with plain sewiiu' and nmrkinir, 84 00
For the above, together with Eng. Gram- ,
Tnn?r lrMnffT'tJ engnfrdjy;'ifirtnrTr-'---
tiou. (Joniposition. and needle-work. 8 00
- For Natural J'lulomipliv, Rheturie, Logic,
Cheniistrj'j and the Jrciich .Liingiiag', 1000
All account must be closed at the end of ench
session. Hoarding can be had in the neighlior
hoisl, in most resfX'ctuble faiuilies, at tlm niixlernte
rate of l to 91 -5 piir week. '
The hduseof the Subscriber is situated clone by
Uelhany C'liurch, bi iiiiles from Stateville, on Hie
ilium road leading (o Rockford.
STEPHEN FROM 11a.
P. S. It will he indispensable for the scholars to
bo furnished with the class-book adopted in the
School. H. r.
Iredell Co., March 22, 1634.-4t
Oth Tlarch, 1834.
T(K)KS of Subscription for the increased Capi
tal of this Hank, authorised by the Legislature
at their last Seanion, will be opened at the places
designated to the Charter,
On Tuesday the lit of April next,
and remain open for. thirty day thereafter, under
tnc uirecjion m me uuiowing uomuussionera.i
Citv of RalriA. Hi Excellency David L
Swain, vVilliaiit :rMhoorr,J "Weston " lTi" CJulesi,
1 tmtitfott. PreidentTlhrectors,and Cashier.
FajeWf John D.Tawier,Rolert Strange,
.irirwcni. -iioik i iuiuin uasion, joiin iurg
win, John W. Guion, John. M. Robert.
r -' ti''ie f . i "r
Etkmm--iimxitSx-Skirew Jotmfhart- if.
lUvh WlUm 4 ReaerUichRrd HoKkinw-
L.,JlilItbm-evffk,rr4nnta l'lnliipfi, Jwiah Turner,
John W, omoorl, Jnrrter.iVchh.." -
Vogler, F. II. Slmman. - - . "7':"
SalUhrSt Maxwell Chnmliers, .Thoma
Cvan. David F. Caldwell, John Beard, Jr.
orWff Winrain J. Alcxajtdcf ; Washtngten
Morrison, W illiam W. Longr r
ELidMh Ciy.Johu L. Daily, Mile White
IfaUftt"" J'wwph-Simmorw; Mark Pet ta way
Roliert C. Bond, Andrew Joiner.
Tarbomiek. Spencer D." Cottcn, Jame W
Clark, Joseph K. Llovd.
r H oerenmw ilitam Jturlingham, n eluou N.
Edwnrd, Edward Hall, Dr. Pope. :
Milton. John T. Garland, John Wilson, Mo
Lincolnlon. -Varrly McBee, Charlca C. Hen
!ern, Hartlott Mnnp.
Morganton John Caldwell, Isaac T. Avery
Samuel C. Tate.
Dasgosj. -William A. Blount, Allen Grice,
William L. KenncdY
XVadtborovgh, Absalom Myers, Joseph Med
icy. A. ,V Iimiubuu. .; ..
Mue esborougk. Lewi 31. Lowpcr, Uriugcr
J. JiooiiH:rv npiram vuin-ireun.
I t f .1 j g I - .
JV idor. Jowph li. Ct. Kuulhac, Duvid Uut
law, Josiah IWlyr ;
lly a resolution of the Board of Directors, tlie
Commissioners will receive in payment of Subscrip-
tions tor Slock, (arejuiralt topecie) Jfotca of
tlia folkiauig Hanks, viz 1 State itouk t)f JNorth
Carolina Bank of Newbern, Dank of the t'nited
State, and their Brawheiiilnar-Noteii of tlte
"Bank of Iho Slalejif Solith Carolina" will Tint be
taken : but suclt uotcsof the other Banks T of South
Canilinn, as are pevubla Ih Charleston ; alrfo Notes
of the " Bank of Virginia," and M Farmers Bunk of
VirLrinia" fexcrot the Branches at V iiaJtcstcr and
Trwh-rickslKirff.) may be received at a discount of
14 per .rent ,ns an equivalent for the expens wluc
thw Bankwtll rificwwrily tncartn rendering wtch
Notes available as Specie. "
JAMES OWEN'S, Frcridenl.
Wilmington, March 22, 1831. 4t
WHICH SOMEBODY WILL bk GLAD TO GIVE,
VB0UT ten year ago there lived ir
CongrcsHuawl District a UK VOLC'J
in thr Tenth
rm m a .t a ni'1
:ongresHiwi Disuitia ur.v ui.i i h.t.ih
SOLDIER, bv the nnme of l'aWt'Cl, r For-
or soim!thi.ig of Xt6 l4tri1.-- ff he haf"nnyj
Inttrs living, llny liwy proDaniy oe put in a wav
get a small sunt of money, bv ttpplving to the h
tor of THK. WESTER CAROLINIAN.
Salisbury , March 15, 1 53 1. tf
Proposes tO. Publish, ill Salisbury, N.C.
A UoillllIy Ifl.lJTazillC
UNDKB THE TITtE Of ,
The Family JlssistanL
PROSPECTUS. ' '
milR FAMILY ASSISTANT shall be dedicated to
Htuoioji, Kutc ation, and Gkihwial UrEMATnii.
Esjiecitilly it is intended to assist Parents in tlte difficult
and highly unpurtaut task of educating their families.
Tlip FjliLir tiati twiv very intr,mti,ir MydnpiMti.Mi limit.
his charge a Bible Chuw, and a GeneraT-Knowledge
t;insM tor each uf which he prepare written ipitH)itf, I
and, for bis own satisfaction, written answers. Should I
the proposixl magazine go into ojerdt ion, tlume questions
and answer will be publishH lit it. It will be the en-1
. . - ... ... - . , . . I
deliver of the Editor to makc the proponed riblieton
as interesting as he possibly can-lto till it rage with
suclt artkk'S M shall be worth raiding ; anil, aa it will
apear only once a month, each one wlm bikes it, may
tlnd time to read it 77 mUiti thtdl, i irtu-rut. Or.
fluirt. Such item of Foreign and Domestic Intelli
gence secular as well a religious a shall be deem
ed interesting, will Im inserted. In fine,' it is intended
to make The Family Assistant minister profit and
amusement for the long winter night and sultry sum
' TERMS: - '
1. It will be issued on the 20th of every month ami
will contain sixteen Imperial Octavo Pates, in double
column, printed on a new and legible type, and on ve
ry supriir pp?r. .
a. 1 he subscription price will be Ono Dollar and
Fifty Cents if paid in advance, and Two Dollars if not
paid until the expiration of three months.
r wtbsertplioaj-easj -rwomM- im shorter m
rlod than one year; and no paper discontinued until all
arrearges are paid, except at the Editor's discretion.
4. (CP 1 he publication will commence on the 30th
of April, provMled a competent number of suhscrilNrs
can bo obtained ; and our friend who may hold mib-
scripli are requowted to forward Uienioa by the
1st uf that month. .
P. S. SPARROW.
ISSITKD WF.F.RLV -i;isv":-JOIIN BEARD. JR.
1. Tho "WiarrKa CAabuMAR'' 5T m1re4' rcr
Monday, at Two IWlftrs per annum if iwid in ailvance,
or Twa Dollars and Fifty Cent if Bot paid autdailer
we exptrauon . uiree tnomn.
'i. No pansy will be discontinned until aU arrearage
are paid, unless at the discretion of the Editor, ; "
. JL auhsr riftioo will be received i a lesa time
than iifii. vif ; and m. fi1iirii in nnttriir Uifi fclitiif ttf a
wrsn to (tiwcontmno. at least one monin etnre weernfi
ration of a year subscription, will be considered a a
T. "An'- Wprittrr whd ''''imiHtM'"iit('1lnns!rl'a1
the t arotimnn, and take the trouble of collecting and
transmitting the sulwcription-price to tlie Editor, shall
have tlie paper during' the continuance of their sub
. . . . : . . .. . . i
scription, wittwut chaigB.-... :v-;--..v i..-;: r
' TEBMI OF ADVMTianfO. J
1. Xdvertisemeuts will be eonspicuottsly and eorreet-
jy-rnsertfd at lytfTrtsperwmare-lHrefiMiiisertiei
vert wement is ordered to go in only twice, 00 ct. wtft
be charged for each inserti.m. . '
a Merchsnts, Mechanic, and Professional gentle,
men, who may desire constantly to appear befitr the
public, in our advertising columns, will be received as
yearly advertiser, and a deduction of per cent, wui
be made from the above charge.
1. To insure prompt attention to ICttcri addressed
to tlie Kditor, the postage sliouhMn all citsai at; paid.'-
OiMing Ihc EpiMropal School
l'-coWqiieiica f the unusual i.Kleinency of the
L put winter, the progress , tho Buil.ling do-
. jh ..ji- ;
tki. InatiftrtW Ihm b' rftnW mnrh hrvnnrf tb
expcctatHHt of the Exectitivo Coii.mittoe, uiakr
whwe direction it whs eoniiiwiitceil in December
lat. A.ul Uio ntutciial of tin structuru is st.a-,
the process of working in which ia wessrilvIw
and greatly dependent on tlio wenthcr, there is now
in . li.t, mi !( '.ilrim1ftifill liv tlirt ttltiA tifirof.iftn
sptH-ificd for coitmiencing tho Sch.x4, ' .
lTii circumstance, together with, the dintculty
likely to be cxricucfiAiurocurittg iittuiw bmt
tlie North certain arttcfe oT fHruilure imlUjamsa.
ble to tho establisliuieiit, and tlie receutly expresa-
ed opinion of the Rector, that, witliout tlie accont.
modation to bo nJl'ortiijd by rlio new Isiihling, he
would bo iinnl 'Io to carrj ipto s.iecessful oKnttion
thoVvsfem ailopted.iiasconstraiiMd the'eomtnittoo,
however reluctantly, to jnwtpotio for a few week,
the time for enuig the School. . ...
Tlie Public, ther:fire, are respectfully iiifornnd
tlntt the KriSCWAU tH.;!!! WlLlUKIaf his hhihK v ;t v. fun si.-wn (,t 1
OFLNKI), (not on the first of April as M.re ad
vertiwd, bm) on Monday, the 2ndf day of
June next af whirh tinwr tt Truiy mtri.tetitty
rfcliI or tliwt every thing will Iw in radino
' By order of the Kterulive CJomniiilee,1' ,
. C.1X)RGK WTFRLvLMAN, H c'y.
. iuici"n, Marcn , teat.1 ft
Tlte Sutiscribcr, wisliiiig to rcmov to the West,
OFFERS FOR SALE HIS
Olio of the lient stand
Ill 9. . FOR A STORE
STORE .v '
or a tiouse 01 Juiivenamraitu
The Building are peculiarly iH-ulatcd fiHrthesel
punswes, liavtng 11 mirflnUe Uooms, lasttle ai
latgp Stare and Counting-lionim, and 1m
situuted in front of the Courttvttise, with
ilry Ct)lkirs,ttiid all nccesOuf-I louse cuivenj- J
eitlly situuted and in good repair.
KT LlMLOIiiNlvJiN i fHK of the most thri
ving village iu tlte Southern fctatea hriit excell
ed bv none for health, beimr in 'ht of tlie innunl
tains, in tlie centre of the Uold-Mute. and in tlte
midst of the many Iron-Work ia this CoMtitv. Ill
ia but MHtkHn Uiat u valuable, und oan.be tV
taiiMMi i it is wonn tne aiK.in.ion H capttattst isoi
desire to Hirchase pm(rt? where an extensive
aitd pntfuuhle busineiM mny be dtsw, and a large
capilul onuiloy ed in inen-antik) biiMnesa. A Imi-
gajti is iu,w olllTud, in tllW tr.Ht'rtv
- II Ml!
. . ...s JA4J
-1 - i St- rMitwmrj, mu tt rot. j .i -u -
von h xi. v.. miC
The Subscriber, being desirous to remove to the West, I
Offer for Hulo, on Accotninudatiug Term,
- Ilis 1 louse and Lot
a SMALL TRACT or"
WO Oil LAIN II,
Convenient for fire-wood. -I t in one of the roost
oVsimUo wtuatiuna, fur .a I'rivate Family, in the
V UlttO, Ut'Ul tttlUUlCU CUUVClUCUl IO 1UQ jrUaOliU
Church ami Aca.kn,y, atal jK-ssiug tlie aUj.
tage both of the town aisl country, lit Dwtll-
iug is a large two-siory huilding, with a unuckHHi
mg is a large twi-story building, with a npiickHrs
Hall, a Passage below and above stair, five mm-
fhto IM-Unoiiw, tolerahly wtH fiuU4ieJ, and
la Doubla i'tazza iu-fxuut
ALSO FOR SILK,
Was V svAuaAc'TlanlUiottJ
Lyng on Gould'a Fork,"
AWWT4 MILES FROM TOWN, CONTALXLXG
a ' ". '
OTIOUNDB) are re, wrI m a
n. 1 II .1 i 1 .L.
" F " I'1"-
TlierewoH the prewiscaa
very cuTirtahle DWELL! XG.togrtiwT with the
tMual 0UIev aa w vjluoflwjoxu
m the ird w4 interior to. any ia the comtrv
ititalino M kiark atvl IwMah hv aiul m n-rv A
. ... r-.? - - ;i f
rat flaee -w-4intry.lUsswlei-,-w.
w i.n. i mvmmmt
I ry, a it ia presumed any p ri wishing to pur.
icuase win view tne premise jot nimwii.
WALTKR J0N13. "
Wadesborough, Aiwon Co. ) tf
February 1, i
The lhorough-brrd Hone
II v,' -
ktnI nt, 5 urh high, wry
heavy, ha a splundid tingo-and ia allowed, by
all yod yalgea to be very tainorior in tofiuatiisji
aJj actk. 11a wa guttea by the celebrated 4d
raot,.hK.M gjr Archio f his data wa a Hal mare.
gotten by Sir IIul ; his grandaui wa Harriet E.
10 who aa giUcuJby.jldJBt.lL1ucojulijf aJW'ikJtl..
air, which wit callod a very. fine mare of ber day.
CCLAT' data wa raisnd m nrth-Il.ini)ti Co-,
I by Mr. Butisi Fruar, who dJ her, ahiUi yoiuig,
to Mr.Sctk recUe; to 13511111 grajyahunfJIarT
rfl EaJ') niare well Inmm by many
! ,K?r IrSniiicrsi i imlw ; tlae k!lewew
icquiu to any otmr wwa ner aiiw. out it ca
- JtO. hef ItdtT and hcraulf ; he ha hoca WcU triod.
rrticulariy in a htg jtmrney to the far west i ahe
wasota dd rr t : .
fK "!'-"'"'" IM mHImi Iwwla Ju..s nt -
that certify the ILkxh' Podiree Lux they f -1 a
atiiictu-y in auneiiing io mis amertisotn. ot
InaiiMM of tlte gtiittlvinen alio gave tht in, tst
" V"R fV lhe, n.V tvocwl ''i"'v j d.. U
""'" - -7t tttt
-WW- by-"y. if riiiallatl .
"lie Will Bland th e-iag Ecaaoil, ;
'"IN LKXINCJIXLV A; SALISBURY,
com'ineis ing in Lxiii?iiiii mi lite IMt of March,
at the ntdueed priea of f 4 the ainle ktip, f i) the
seasotf, and (f lO vo itwtre i tmrr to lie w ith Cwl.
Tho inwtrane tnota-y will be 'rrwrrrhV,,!! as Vv,n
a thc-rfflrc is disVered ft he a ih fnl ;
Cffl" 'he prteily tflmulti lj di-'p'd nA
The Ilorsw will (! id n -nilurK eterv n
tlie :wt .
acri. ' I
suni' I i ir ;
- 1 I .
February 23, tZ.
y'laron 1 volicovth,
11ECIS k-ave to iirffm tlie (ili'ns of Salisbury
" a mt-II I In mm ni Knwau Biul the aurfmmil.
ing Count ios that be Io ; ' f j .
.-ltriitotrd las I;l aMhiimtnf : .
TO THE SOUTH SIDE or 1T COrRTHOUSg,
J' ,. ter' IitlL oa the Main.fcWt,
w cotittttue, a heretofore to iiecute
. kth KINDS OF WORK
in the line of his) profession, at short Dotic,
And o the tnutt rtaivnable terwu.
WATCHES CUKKS uLU'AIRED at 1 1131 .
v" will is all cask aa .'
1 Warranted for 12 Monthll
i j- . , 4 . - i - j-
-ishi uhsmt aimii aa a uiniHnm ai s i n no upuiiu
that no pain will be spared to give tne mmit
; ptieral aud entire satisfactiou to them. '.
(ttr KNG R A Y I NG tf every oVscruit km, (in.
inuuiitg l (Hiiniooe,j am ne rxtxuira wkh ihui- i
Ml i. . t - .....4.., .......
u-ws ami ao ttrnry, at lrt nctK"e.
tMiry. Jn. X7, nal. ,t " tr
ft. laliMlAT C SON,
. . SXXpssl IN TUIS 1'tACt; r '
With the virv of removing to the State of Missis.
-wpra earhr m the ensuing rail, brj leave to rr.rrrf
tuCmu the Public generally that they , "s
Have Concluded to fit II Off ' '
; THEIR STOCK OF GOODS!.
I . .. c olTt f
m,mtmm - m.,mmmm
aiV SaiOvauitiii : .
ALL ether ARTICLES m
Jnerallv krpt on hand bv
Merchant ia thi part of the cotrntry,
Thrir Fliwi h XJuztiCora tit te. and New.
hhute h"S putdtaawl within thfl liat
I . . . ...
give barnim anrh u thev 1 enfh-.si will
1 r 1 . -4 - '
I VOatll ttUtt uaTYia'iei latl2i
Rficrtfulh nsrm the Publw prwrally, that they
have etOerod rrrte-tVPaTtn'-rship for the pur-
-''' J"e of carry utg nn tl aUe lnwifKM) in
ail lu van. tits, aud that tlay hate,
fcrtltat frprahrfl the shop
TRMF.RtY.OrXCTlD HY VmilP J ' '
f&" They have on hand gsl
hetrcfollylmtHt atal well :" , f)
and will always keep on hand, f ,
WIIT-ltaff W terjitj lyaTiyMi fi.," ,
Uiat uf country (r iKuftKn, durability, bdJ cl.
- J ot the teucfil faf TravelUr. itd. Ft
Drivers, I hv. will lnr ltep lil (!- ;;I.
AUISriUNt;sai sItl r fivt.i
t t'i'M vehk lin in t'e rnovt ronipNe c i t ;
lte nl l!ie slwrtot .ttotke anJ.oji.&eJvyst jh-s-
iUe teruts. ' ... ',. , :
Tfte. ftiW-nU'r h:tve nttm
!;ed fa tlieir Curri
-MartnivtetWT'i a 1! LACK
which th-y eii..Ly aw I a t
UjhI tlie i'rv 1 t in:i!ei ,;U m
toanr" !!,t-ir flier" !m Rt:.i t'.e ;
lune V ifr tli, in t!,in !,;,( s,Ui,
rjttiJity, e-M fc btw.j'ticf a-i a
in this c-ti'n 'f fwmtry.
t t-. :U tt ' '
Tlie SiWri!-rH d.-ttt it' I.
tint titf-v will t. -. .!.:'. I j
'." ,! 'ic Cv.-r ; i d t!i y ; ,
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', r---t'T";;:-n r-f 'i wfn' t - v.
arSj. ' k' j t ll.-r Kilo l ! ) "I .
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fcaliiury, I'tlnwry 1 . 1,- !