veeedi n rxe?n r neat ly inserted 'three
- tmes for a; Dollar,; wiaiweniy-nye ctiniaur
J . itiKKoti.lt thnci ft! tmflf
er length in, the same proportion... Commu-
the Keillors lima
" ' , mm'"' "" :"'
from the Amulet for 1829. X: ,'
Irwas as calm an :eyeninga)eyer carne
from fea vi n;--th sty ;an(l He'earthwerX
"tfaoqitil, as" if mi storm: TrorajihepheV-ha
,eer disturbed the repose pf . the other ;
and een the ocean-tliat great highway; of
the 'worlifjr-Iajr as gentle 9 ifits bosom
f.ad never betrayed, as jf no traveller had.
' ever sii hk to death in ' i ts rembrac'. The
had gone down, and the pensive twi
jjght wou hi ha ve feigned oveX nature,-bu t
for . the moon f which rose 1 in full-orbed
beautv," the queen of anJIIimitable world,
tn smile upon thV good ly thi ngs of oti rSr
, arid to give a radia nee a nd a g'ory Co a 1 1
she shjne ujon i It was ar hourrand a
scene that jled the 6u I to tie contempla
tipn of Hisn who never ceases to watchi o
ver the works he has madjp, ami whose
protecting care displays itself alike upon
the solid land ancl the trackless Wastes of
the deceitful sea. ! f fi J '..
. On the Western coast of the county of
Di'vnn, which has been 'termed, and, it
" may be added, justly, ' til garden of
Enland,?'Vpon such an evening a -group
had assembled around one of the fWher
man?s cottages. The habitation was built
in the true! style of the olden j time, when
comfort was the principle j object of the
pr9je,ti?r--'-At"either side of the door
were scattered the lines and nets and ti.is
ket that betokened the calling of the
owner,' and the'fisherrnan was taking his
ta re we 1 1 for the" n ight, of his happy, loving
family, who were bidding him God speed,
on his.voyagei - A fine old man was lean
ing his arnis on -the railing, and talking to
in interesting girl whose hand lay upon
the should er? of -a younger -sister. 1 The
s'uut fijiherman .'dressed in his; jrough jer
kin, and large boots that reached , far a
bve ihe knees, was in the act of kissing
a little cherub, 'who seerti'ed half terrified
at being elevated sor high as Mhe father'si
Hps 5 while! the wife aHiJ inother, with her
if:lant nursUng on . her ' laf f-wa loking
anxiously upon her, husband as she breath?
ed the parting blessing, and the prayer for
his ssfe. return. A little boy, tjie minia
nire of his father Jn countenance and in
dress, bearing huget bat-ploak across
his should ersVanllUh
to giVe-ll igh t w heh the5 tnoonjtdepa
coiupteed the groupifeeice
b'e Newfiuipdlarid disome'steps in' atl-
vance of thipaityyirhm
to xf m tti i' jy rce h i s in a rch' ti) a k hid of.?p er
Ctoi dv lu ck : jyond I iick '' exclaimed
ft l?l-H;jn - rnc,t I it fir', and suft 1 hnnip
Jhn;;ye W;iot(mVb6r e lb:iiQod,'
1)1 ;'ssin and. tha V ye may- h ave for, ask ing ;
bu y e m of as wel I ta kelfm iffe BtULGod
tiesH ye. anJ gootf by to y e. i tm?, :&
Ihe blessing ws hear ily echoed by his
Ktnd pirtne ariif lu? chilU
bng as he went, 2wiih3 his boat-hook on hi
shou Idifr, his dog Nept uHe efore and his
by i ol I o w i n k h e t r o d d -v .i' t inV 1. 1 the
,nsherinan's Tamil rtwerej as M the etde'r
;girr wa busdyrranging! iheii kiltie riar-
Mur, whde the youngerwm preying the
kfast tabJe arid the mother spreading
och,re the; fire tlie clothe of her husbami
Jand ner boy An hour passed j and the
rev somewhat urieasyajihat&he Ihad
juuned abroad beytmd' ihe uVual -period f
7 ,etur"v Another fhour h id elapspd,
hn Sh s iid tK her; g
nt ' hiUock. and:try iryoucca:4ve
weather fur ; ,v liftlA h, ...
ave hastened him hi.;. ?
hi J,C i lm? weilt Nnh ami one by one
mol,j CTyren fi,,w ?hirn,UntU .h,
mother "as left alone, rocking the cradled
01 fie?khepse of
.lHj;t; uu-. ner daughter entered with
IheViiAl- -hbor had spoken to her fa-
. CO " nuulU ACt LillUI V UK
til a t i : "-'f ami ,itc spONC
aw;,vTei deeP nxetyt- he never, staid
-ung out once, and that was when
then th ,ht.C!:ew of theship,Mary: and
nign made his grave.v&-HiV '-: -
d iU'.i 7 "'cue Drf again arrang-i
h.,t . "?rc ii, ami poured some
;;, n,l?the teacups Still the break
r "lamed; uiitpuched;-Ktiv-i
H'mliii v -rv ' J,,'r Jie ;mny as-
vmmcss : IIltl .-T.tif & its
either5ide of the ivife remaining vacant.
tic vi u man .was ine iHiy inuiviuuai wno
appeared ta anficipa
uiy unisnea nts oreaKtasti and went torth,
- 1'? e noon wa9 rappi d ty passi ns:, and the
sun had alread yiriven tokens ; of the elorv
of his deRarturej when the! fisherman's wi ft?
having lulled her in fan t "akl een, went her-
ci uic rnar cflmmani pi an Pttn
sive view o
the little house
tl soon assembled on the
spot, but rid boat Was T seen
upon the waters
nothm? tharcould iv
hripe except the
waeshich IpbkedUouL plaxidao be dan-
r d ee n il read was no 1 onsrer conceal
d : and ; while the old "mair rjaced toanit
fro, looking: earnestly at brief intervals Tun!
hn I h e o rre ly s eai t h e- m other :ari'U d aush te?
were sobbing audibly.;
1 1 ii
FVnrIp lot htm K. mUca rna la In
God !' exclaimed tbeVI fathe The sen
tence was utteredinvoluntarilv but it had
.www v ...ii. uv llwoV..UOk 13 IIJ
its effect. " ; r ;":T I ,; . -Nvr:' r V ' i if! i
' Aye said the motheri he alwavs trust
ed in God. and God will nut fors.licA him
man. how often Providence was
with me, amid the storm and the wreck,
when help from man was fa r.dff and they
cheered and . encouraged one another, to
hope the best but to submit to the decree
o f H ea yen Wh eth er i t ca m h a is t h e-f ge n 1 1 e
dew to nourish, or as the heavy rain to op-Pf-ss.:'
Fr th a t h i 1 1 o c k l h ic h o y e x 1 do k
ed the ocean, ascended their mingletl pray
ers that Gn .would not- leave them deso
late. ' . v . ' . J . . : ' '
I ;The fisherman the objectof their hopes
and fearshad ; been veryucccssful du
ring the night, when at dajf break,! as he
was preparing to retu i n home, he remem
bered his promise to bring with him some
seaweed to manure the; potatoe plot be
hind his cottage! He. '.was Ithen i close!Ttb'
rocks which were discernable at low wa
ter ; he pulled for them; jumped on shore,
fastened tue painter of his boat to a jut
ting part of a cliff, and took his boat hook
with hi in.?;; lie collected a sufl5cieiit quan-
tity of the weed, but in his eagerness to
obtain it had wandered fro the landing
place, when he heard his boy loudly hal"!
looinf and, exclaiming that the painter
was .lobs'eyg He rushed instkntljr towards
the boat -which was then several yards oft;
the: boy was vainly endeavoring to use
both the oars ; and Neptune, the faithful
dog; was running back ward land forward.
howling fearfully, jas If conscious of ids
master's danger, at dnc moinen t about. to
pi ti n ge i n to the waves to j o i n
him, and the
next ncKing the face nnd
child, as if he foresaw that
lands of the
for him his
protection would be most ; needed.
- i ihe fisherman1. perceived
at once the
desperate nature of his situa
ion : tne tide
he knew was coming in rapidly, and 'his
hdpe of escape was at an end,, when he
perceived that his boy in an effort to use
the oars, had let one of them fall over
board. ' Father,' father, " exclaimed the
rjoor lad iyliat; shall I dd f" the boat
was at this moment so distant that ' this
dmtracteparent;c scarcely hear the
vvorus, out. he call pu out to
as he could to trusVin Godi
urn as loud
the father of
th e tat h er I ess. t He then -s tdod
to tli e fate which he felt -awaited him.
ahd?watchedtlie! driftingsboat that bore
the child in peril fro in the fatal rocks.
lie, had offerediupS to I the
throne:of mercV,. when "in j an instant, a
It.trhf broke uhod hismihdi s 1 4 ftnnd fll'J
be exclai in ed;M I roayvyet; Be saved." r
pai ivs he co lected I al 1 the? is ion es around
himfaiid heaped them rapid I y u pon- the
highest 1 ed ge of ro b k : i t w a s ! i n dee d wo rt -derfui
li w he c ould have' gathered so i n a -
ny iri so shorta tini ; but therAlmighty
gav6strengtlvto Ihis arm,- arid hfe was la
bouring not for life merely, but for beings
sti 1 1 - nearer to hi m . ; Thei tide came on,
on; Jon, and soon obliged him to abandon
his wor'i' He then inounted the pile he
had heaped, planted his boat hook firmly
in one of the crevices of the cliff, and pre
pare d; t o s t r u ggl e I j to r f e x i s teiic e r b u t b is
heart failed .hi in, when he considered how
slight was the,- possibility that the waters
would not rise above his headi u Still, lie
determined to do all he could to preserve
life, The waves wer; not rough and the
boat hook supported him. Tjie water had
reached his knees ; but he j stood firmly.'
and prayed that he might be preserved. -On,
on, on. it came, iSlowlyj and gently
but '. more fearfully than it raged arouqd
i t s d e s ign ed p rey js pori i t j reactiedt'his
waist,: and he then rayeil itinight(go
n oVjhl ghe'rVt, O n , o n b n , i t ! ca m e a hd : hi s
shoulders were covered jl hope no wiiied
within1 him, and he thought! of himself, no
longer biit bf those vvho wer so : dear to
him his wife, his: children j and his fa
ther it was ';fpr blessings on jthem that he
ithen. imp! drecl heaven
came, and he was i forced to raise his head
to keep as. long as f; possible from, death ;
his; reason. Was al most gone,il his breath
ii is pray er3,cariie J" gu rgliiig mur niu rsi
The loodHrustied! tahisfhead ;!hislieVe
and f thpughtfbr the lastlime on
thehdnie'that would sooii so wretclietl
Horrible images were before"' hitn'4-each
s yvll of the Wyev seemed as i f; thie fiends
wer e fb rci ng hi ni ilo w n ward V"an ci the cry
u, me sea uiru was liKe uieir yens over
wcti vituui' ;iie was gasping, cnoaKing,
for ; he hadlnrstrngtli to keep his; head
above the vves;: it was splashing upon
them, 'andleachvcony u Isi ve start jthat fbl
lowed only aroused hiin to ithe coriscious
nesalritcouWbcal piuuge wouia pe nis last; ;
Merciful powers 1--at the, Very moment,
wnen tne streneth and smnt of a man had
I eft h i mi a nil th e cold shudders of death
had come on, he felt that the? tidelrose no
higher. : His eyes opened; closed, and a
fearful laughitroubled:me waiers!iThev
eddied in his throat, and the bubbles float
ed around his lins -but they rose no high-
e r that' h e k new -a gai n and again his
bosom heaved with a deep sob as he drew
. w.a uicatii, aim gave it lortn again in
agnJ A minute had passed since the
salt sea touched his lips ; this was impos
sible if the-tide still flowed : he could
reason so much. IJe opened his eyes, &
faintly murrauredlfbrth Oh God, be mer
cu' The flow of the ocean had nearly
ceased ;. there, he still stood motionless ;
.ut praying and weening- thinking tf Jiis
beloved homef and hoping that his j place
there might not be foWvpr vawnf. Tlv
waters in a short time subsided, and he
vvas enabled to stretch his chill limbs, and
then to warm them by exercise j Soon
the rock was left dry as before, thfisji
erman knelt down upon tlie desolate spot
among the billows and prayed and bles-
secLnis creator -nis Preserver i :
! j Oh! it was the well known bark of his
fkitliful dog that he heard above the waves;
in another moment the creature was lick
ing his cheek. HeT was savedHe was
saved ; for his own boat had touched the
shore and his own boy was in his arms !
Hejhad been drifted to the lanoV, and had
easily found those who Had rowed) hard
for the chance of saving his father's life,
j I Now homeward homeward ! he exclaim
ed. Homeward, homeward! echoed the
child,'anil Neptune jumped and barked
at the welcome sound . v J .
Li The fisherman's family were still sup-
pjicaungi-rovHience upon the hillock that
overlooked the deep, when the old; man
started from his knees, and exclaimed:
4 We are heard ! there is a speck Upon
the distant waters' -
Where, where,' was echoed by! the
grou p ; and he poi nted out what, he hop
ed: tq lie the absent boat. They eagerly
Strained iheirnvAs. hnf rmld coo nofliimy.
in a few minutes however, all perceived a
sail ; still-i"t was impossible to tell the di
rection in' which its course lay; 1
'Then, was the agony of suspeneej jjit
continued; however; but a short time ; a
btiat was evidently advancing towards-the
shore ; in a few minutes they could clear
ly perceive a man at the bow, .'waving his
hat above his head; and soon after the
well known bark of Neptune was borne
to them by the bree?e. The family rush
ed to the extremity of the riide pier, and
the Joud huzza of the fisherman wa's'jaii
swered by the ' welcome, - welcome,j of
his; father,! and the almost inarticulate
'thank God' ofliis wife: "1
And now all was joy and happiness in
the cottage; where there had been so much
wretched hess!: the fisherman; his boy and
his dog; were safe from the perils of the
great deep ; but he wouid return no an
swer to the many questions, as to what
had detained him so long beyond the usu
al hour df his return; Wait my wife,'
said heuntil ;we have dressed and re
freshed ourselves, and ybu shall know all :
but before we do either, let us bless God.
IbHliis mercyf for out of gredt danger hath
he preserved me. ' "'p, J'i",-, ? , ;.
- Never was there a more sincere or more
earnest prayer offered up to! the .Giver of
alT goodness, than ascended from that
hun(ible dwelling. t 'Arid when t the fisher
man had told his tale, how fervently did
they- all repeat the words that had given
them so much consolation in the morn-
'f,Fearless let him be whose trust is in
his God.".. ; . . . . . 1
i Sale of IancV and Negroes, j
ipURSUANT to1 an Order of the Court ofiR
JL" quity for Franklin County, ! shall expose' to
Public! Sale,v at the door of the Courthouse in
Louisbtirg, On Tuesday t! e 9th day of June next,
that Valuable TR ACT of LA ND, on which Na
thaniel? Hunt now lives, lying on jhe waters of
Sycamore arid Fox Svimp, adjoining: the larids
of Gi V. FreemanRussel arilthers contain
ing about 3100 acres. . The jriiprpvements pn
this land are, a large and commodious Dwelling-.
House, ! with all convenient Out-Houses, an ex
cellent Giii House; and cleared land enough jtp
work twenty; orlthirty hands to advantage. iv ,
Also," one other. TRACT,, lying on Crooked
Creekl adjoining J: Gray v Jeffreys and others i
containing about 500 acres. And f ;p' L .'
1 Ariothei TRACT of 44 acresitlyinfon Fox
S wamp adj oining N. Patterson and others. L.
At the same time and place,' and under the
same order, ?L shall offers for sale three likely
0 The above ; Property will be Sold pn, a credit
bf , six ahd twelve months, the purchaser giving
bond with approved , securify?.td bear interest
't ' ; U WlLt.'tt. BATTLE; Tnistee.r,
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nenyou are Roaming- -
u, Let ns naste to Kelvm Grove
Here we meet too soon to nnrt "
; Vl he Butterfly; the Moth aiid ithe Bee
" Hey the bonnie breast knof.. -V' '"
4 There's nothing true but Heaven f f
r Oft in the stillyight .4 r j '
: Your heart and lute are all thes tore-
;-;--Take this Rose -A.?v-- - ! - . j
' Though 'tis all but a dream - t ' -Farewell
to thee Arabys daughter P
j n wain in siik aitire
l o Ladies'-eyes V u
I is the last Rose, of Summer '
Oh f come .to me .when daylight sets '
; , p nine sg-ui n my bi mm e Lassie -;
Swiftly glides the.Boat - i
.'I K The bonnie wee, wife
, i 4 ne beautiful maid
'. Fancy dipped her pen in dew.
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Art. i. franklin's Narrative.--Narrativ. nP a
Second Expedition to the Shores of the Polar
Sea; in the years 1825, 1826 and 1827. by John
Franklin, Captain R. N. F.
an Account ot tne Froress of a Detachment to
( . ,. . - ' . ft
the Eastward. By John Richardson, M.t)iF.R s,
8tc. Surgeon and Naturalist to the Expedition.
II. Cambrklge Course of Mat hematics. -i-1. An
Elementary Treatise on Plnin and Spherical Tri
gonometry, and on the application of Algbfa to
Geometry ; from the . Mathematics of Xacroix
and Bezourt. Translated from the French for
the use of the Students of the f University of
Cambridge, New-England. 2. Kssai de Geo
metric Analytique appliduceaux courbes et aux
surraces ou second odre. ParJ. B. Bipt.
Application de I'Algebre a la Geometric!
M. Bourdon,- Chevalier &c ;.v J
! III. Stuart's Commentary on the Hebrews.
A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrew:
In two volumes. By Moses Stuart, Associate
Professor of Sacred Literature in the Theologi
cal Seminary at Andover. v , ,
IV. On the Manufacture of Sugar. 4-' ;
y. Goethe's Wilhelm Meister Wilhelm Mei-
sters Apprenticeship. A Novel, from tlie Ger
man oi uoetne. 4 yols. 12inoJ !r i, I
VI. Memoirs of Dr. Parr 1. Memoirs' of the
Life, Writings and opinions of the! Rev. Samuel
Parr,; L; L. p with Biogiaphical Notices of
nwny oi nis irienas,. pupils and contemporaries!
t) !..- T i .. .-mil: i i .'w i. r , .
"J win-, rieia. z. farriana i or Nb-
tices of the Rev. Slaml. Parr. L
p . . -
L. D ; collected
ironi various sources, printed
aim in parx written Dy K. H. Barker, Esq I
VII. Motlern Gastronomy. The Fi ei.ci Cook.
B Louisa Eustache Ude. Ci-devant Cook to
Louis XVII and the Eurl of Sefioni and Steward
to his late Royal Highness, tlie Dukeof York;
VIII. Law arid Lawyers- Westminster, Hall,
or Professional Relics and Anecdotes of the Bar,
Bench and Woolsack. 8 vols.' ' I .. .- t
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ytsuesoiutions submitted in the House of Re
presentatives of tlie Congress of the United
States," declaratory f the tinconstiHitionalhvj of
the Act; passed on the 14th of July, ir98, icom
monly called the SeditionLaw, arid providing
for the restoration of the fines which may! have
been paid to. the respective Marshals of the res
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'; FOR DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
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and Checks those sweats which are morbid arid
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congestions of the hings by giving force to the
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motes free and bland expectoration..' It rempves
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difficuU: respiration. 1 It correct obstinate cps
tivencss, and thus leaves the bowels in a regular
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painful symptoms which indicate diseased lungs,
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tient to that bodilyyigourriwhicht
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"ROJJthe subscriber on - theiI(M)vistanti a
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.9 Wf J5"bput fifteen ;years of ag-e, of " -
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jafcket of woollenlotln n fe aim took with him ; :
....Vri9 viuwiii! oa,s oeen cnan-ffrJ s he wt
tve a re
v - i - - z - 9 .
tiPr"" I'lPHIMtlkoin'.V '' ;
? x. jiiiciiu to dui me law in
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eryrmtrdshire China, 'Plain
vy "f (ass7farc. Uats; Boats and
Shoes fyaehus and Ame- :
J Assortment of dopds in the 'above line is how
. - w i uujh;, uiiti in" ine late arrivals: th jj
- - A the grrterTjijrroftiieM iGosW
at , Cash. SidtrS-utw.Yoxk, Philadelphia and
Baltimpre, they are enable'd; in manv in-WanrW
to sell them below theorigirialimecost V andf
purchasers.would do well ,to givv tf'iem a call, a
they flatter; themseiyes;frbm ;-thel "extensive
piuciiases on; the abovenerms they cannov- he'f
unleiold by any Hiise h the State. I s. ; v
Thi subjoined Alisi corvstitutes a part ot" 4h e
leading ArticlexA::;: v "i itYH'Vr
uuKv..u,. uiacjt cioinsana uassimeres
Silk; Valeiitia aiul Marseilles Vestings V . .
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V cncU. Menno Cassimeresf ; , v '.
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do '. Bbinbazelts assnii-ri
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; durells - v'fiFiK
Mixed Liueii Drillings'and Wilmington Stripes '
Imssia and Imitation Sheetings V.fc ':"-: . v .
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Grass' Bleach ';;':''.' ,"! ;r- -
Irish; Sheetings arid Diapers : of all widths Ihi
3-4 4-4 & 6 amhric Dimitv it very lov :incfi : "
Furniture Dimity - of allwidths1
Long and Short India Nankeens V V V ; "
Calicoes in great variety; in ioidkeny V
:y ever offered in this market,) IT1.--- I
Cambric and Seersucker Ginghams,ofaoscri H
Plain and Striped Batiste and Barege 1
Long and Short Fancy GaiiSe Scarfs arid
ana o 4 Bobinett
Bobinett Lace and fctleinp-s
Thread Lace and Edgings - .
White" and Black pobinetl Veils
do and Green Gauze do
Black and Fane V Colored ItalUfi ft rial-
' ' Crape ' ' :-:-: v-;4;jV' ;: t4;'".; ' ".i
Nankin, Canton and Mandarin Crape Robes and
, ''v Dresses i;. . . 5
Black nd Fancy coloured Crape, SHawla' - ' '
Priirie Biack Jtalian Lustring and Sinchews ' .
. do do and faricy Gros de Napl es v ; ; ''
Fancy, Colored Satins arid Florences ' ' '
Glentlemen's Black ; Italian Cravats Vl'i : "Vi'
Fancy &ilk;,Bandano and Flag Hkfs
do Cottori and Jlladrsiss ' Hri
Imitation and Thread Cambric ' do;
Linen Cambric, and Itook Muslin HkfsV !
Bordered Swiss Muslin Cravats (
4 4,8c 6 4 Cambric Muslin u a ? '
4-4 & 6-4 Jaconet Mushn, plain and figured
uwh. . tio - . oo , ; . do -
4 4 & .6-4 Swiss T QPV ;Fdb - do ?:verv iovA ''
4-4 & 6-4 Mulf Musihii :'i- :.VvX "
Clarke's Spool Cotton Thread CtoVFbsS
Thread and Cotiph T,apes and Bobbins;; 1 ; ,
Bjacif , Blue and W, B. Flax Thread tJ
Prime Black, .Blue and assorted Sew iti ;itr
Ladies' and Gentlemen's White c lilafck Cottoti
j.; Hose... : ryX
Gentltynen's White Brow riband Mixed half Hose 5
Ladies' and Genilemeris French 'a nil vEnclhh
, Silk IJose and Gloves 'v.-i-'fs'V'-V-
Gentlemen's Black arid White Silk "half Hose ;
J do f-, Woodstock, Buckskin; BeaVerY Dogskin
- and Horseskin. Gloves ' j ; V
Lacl ies' Kid; Beaver and Horseskin1 Gloves, fan.' '
cv colored- ' - -' ''
Children's Horseskin Gloves v'sSv'CV?" 'V' j t
Rlack a.ul colored Silk Braidf: jR- -
Satin and Lnstri 115 Ribbons, of all numbers'
Fancy, GauSe and Garniture Hibbons -
Waist Ribbons, very handsome ztvte - "
Letiorri and Straw Bonnets -" 'i f X', )
Ladies Umbrellas arid 'ParasOla5-'".'- !w4v
Gentlemen's Silk ahd Cotton Umhrellasv 1; U
4 dp . v BJacki Brown & Drab Beaver Hats
Boys' i D 4v;':do-do" ;& Seal Cans' r
Black and White Wool Hats, large ajid'ttfialt
' size ' - TVfTfK- t -! v., ' . : " .
Ladies' Prtiriella, Seal, Morocco c Leather Shoes J
and Boots -. r ; .. ' --':r '".
Geptlemen's Bootees and Shoes SeaJr1 and 'Mo- v
TOCCO Pumps -.f IV;,V . ; ? - . ''
Boy's Shoes and Bootees,' Children's, Morocco
Misses' Leather, Seal; Moroccd-and Prunella ''
Coarse Sljoes and Brogans, for Servants : j
Jl gmeiat'Jtthoriment o'Qtnsibiire'Ihrd-l t:
ware t&d Cutlery. 4 v : i
Weeding Hoesrtce ChaihsScythe Bladesw 4
Cutting Knives, Hair and Wjre Sifters"'..-;. ''V
Lnghslk and Swedish Iron; assorted t T ,
English, American and German Steer3 yi - J
Castings, of j every description Jf'i-l i ' 1 1
Brown and Loaf Sugar. Prime Green Coffee 7; X
GunpowderiShot of aR sizes; Bar IadtT 'j , :Cj. C
Young Hyson; Imperial and Gunpowder Tea;
Chocolate, London Mustard, Indigo, V '
Allspice, Pepper, :nger,utroegs;;-,iV-y
Alum,. uopperas, Brimstone; Madder, eS banish i
Browa w;." : x- ;-;
Prime' Chewing' Tobacco -' 'fS--.?: 1 ; : -
Cut Nails, of all sizes, Wrought do-;,-4 ;": : ;'.'.'.''"
French . Br indy,- Madeira, ' Lisbon Tarid 'Malaga ; ;.:
Holland "Gin; Jamaica anNEi.Rum; W f ;
Apple Brandy :;Old Rye and Country,. Whiskeyi
; With many other, articles too liumerous to be
iriseried 'in'an-adyettisemi?nt..i M'r-'j'r
Theywill ; also continue . f orecelrsuch arti-
des as may be wanted during the Summer, ft on
their Fanner Tesiding in New-Yotk. -
f ' i,: ; hazlett & hoot. kyle.
RideigbMavMay, 1829;. f : 72 -Lzwlau,
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