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girl, who he said, had taken his fancy
by lae manner in which she put the
coals on. They were married and
lived hrppily together. His widow
THE MAMMOTH CAVE.
The Editor of the Louisviil Jour
nal, la;ely visited this wonder juf the
world, and thus speaks of it:
"We pasted sixteen hour within
the cave. during which we travelled
eighteen miles, but nt present we
cannot attempt a description u u. YVi.sYm t.:ii Cii.tUtuiioii, that enr.
We intend shortly to spend two or ; t,,r Mc D-wir lisi been .stricken
three weeks there, and then we shall! jm Lvy p.ualjsis- I)y this visita
probably endeavor to record a sketch ; t;on ;e "jlas ijee' deprived of speech
if what we see ami feel. No lan-, aiij 0j ,Jloti,,n, and the powers of
puupe, however, can ever jive even ;,.,( amongst the Lriiiant and solid
a faint idea of the visitor's impres- .1 . .. i avc ,rr.ii;i.j ,,ur ii.ihlic.
We nie named to learn, cavs tl
SL WE TRADE IN NEW
The African ouranoutang. which
we mentioned a few das since, wai
sold at auction on the 29. h uii., hy
Dumont & Hos-n-fc, t. a v.'1ns
menaceiio, for .'V'JO '. W'.o i :U;i
ii i . ... - r. . i " .
two years o;a ami iwo ie. i ei-w'u-n
-rovMi. will !' al-.ut five !
Shi made a deal ot "fun I" '.!:. sr.
the last twelve inonl'as, led him to
believe that he has already autcced-
Cd' THE CONTRIBUTORS
Are numerous, embracing Profes
sioiial and Amateur Writers of t!.e
!'n a distinction. I. rent expenses is i
incurred and great pains are taken to,
Tlie Ciiuiax ol Cheques!
THE BOSTON NOTION
UXIVLKSAL FAMILY JOVR.YAL,'
Only SI per year,
WIJKN TAKKN IN CLUBS OV TKN
To Slave Owners!
ripIlE highest cash prices will be
paid for maie or female slaves be
tween the age of fifteen and thirty,
l y applying ti Thomas E. Wells,
Auburn. Mo. For further particu
voyage, and kis.-d the c;
For years, we have been 'councj;s, are prost-ated and almost j .,..,(
tuin evcrv morn in:.'. SoUe-v siv.
X. Y.'.l.mr. I C, .
A dot. Lev in Cliailesli'M. J". -
' . t I v- took As.vil' at a luvwers v
reading descriptions of the cave giv-; jts;r,,vfj. Jt would lie s-mie solace
en by eiffeient traveller, many ol , r. t-: t- was the least reus m t Ut
them eloquent and powerhil, ami w c i tJat jie Ci u;j rec.lVer frm this c- !
fancied that we had something like a ! Uemf j roitrnliu!,, but all w ho have j
correct conception of the great won- j witnessed the coinpl.fcs wreck !';
der, but we felt, on seeing U ior i t!e s;c iS m.tn? .. the s'ia'.tci.-l
ourselves, how poor and vain wer ' t:0njitjoll ,f ,:s nervous energies,!
atl ctiorts and description ami no ,v ,;,,, the :lst few
r.i- u : .. -.1 :.l ... .. ..i . .
inumiei) an precoucru cu iuc5 " oi.ee deem t.iis a'".i
fall below the vast and tremendous;
realitv. At even-sten of our piog-!.
resslbr miles thiough the mglily! FARJI10N VICTORIOUS.
cavern, the beautiful, the wild, the; Tiie following acconut of l!ie tf-
majeatic, the gloomy, the mystci i. us,1 c n j r-;u.e heXA"tvU Fi.shiov. and IV v
and the terrific, burst up n us on : . . , ... . , '
. . , , . . i.i t ina is taken rom tlic .i.Tti 'n il in-
either hand and above our tieadt and , 1
beneath our feet, exciting impressions ' telligcucer:
that can never be told or forgotten. Fiasr Ukat. Fashion took tin
o-i er, :
i krd up, at:il lr :v -d .!
r i i jt' do, i:i a:;.! .r c
Ijai! in tin1
s i o oi .slO n.)3 f !
.. Uui'td S;..t.'s I
I" T 1 1
ahimdant .uii't'U' ol ir-ti'i-
i-sliii;: mo! iiisiructi e matter.
.fi.ibo i'.. Tucki-r,
('. ). .' d, 11,
;,. . Authmi-si oi "uie .
'..w.' i'.ri !i'nsioii.'' Hcc &LC
.. X. An;!. or d" the- 'prize Tale.' Va.
Lie;.-. .M. i". M-imy,
V. S. X. V ashm'.'tun
! W. C lo .re i'-,.i.r.. EI- I'.
; .. : rt- '.: !. Hoi
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. Ii. it ,!-. him -is.
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A R ItiO ill SI JI Jilliul t , t o-i t, .in- ,
S B r .... i. -v...... ' Ilarsapplvto
P, ice oi ' " '" ; ':" " I N Y Minor, Rowling Oreen, Mo.
jreduc.d loony One K,l ar rnr an- n Ssm .f ' 44
I w,ien ,aKf " ,a C,"h f f 1 ) l)a,,.LK, Louisiana,
Four r(T,e,, & per ounmr.- copy j
S. p i aiiiuui;. i in; -i.'ii
!'.u acc-nipaiiv the order. '1
!';,.;, t induction from the former r rice
juf the Notion makes it emphatically ;cff3HE iimliTsiirntd wou'rt rc?pcctruiijia.
j i.hc h':ap3st paper published in the tZii form their fneu.li and the public gen-
! world! Its Mammoth Dimensions :"'v, tl.nt tla j hve lauir received
a i::to consideration rendeis it
hi.i.drcd per cent, cheapter than
t ; ' l"- liii'iii'tiii..1. .no- - .
o!K , ,,. ,' .. .., .,) r.l'i, ,
aUU ilOLliv.l O ' 'ritlti Lililil. ti.iit mil f"-i
yea s, w .! a
W. mht.v, V S C nsu!, ?.!..
i icus Sti
.7 Co ;;'( 'illurs.
1. it V !J 1 i, tl it - t 5 tory
. . ., j i 1-u i 't
A-iJ tuncial .Ua-jazn.! j i,.r .i.s
; IVcx. 'I l.;,ri R. IV-.v, )
i'r ii". C,, i.. Tin-.utT.
!.!. :;. i. -'A; th.r.f ih- Hi - S
.1 Advt ntiiie,"" i
. i ,
How strange that there are mu'.ti-, lead and kej't it; tiaie 7 48.
tudes in the West, ay.cvea inlven-j Skcom Ukai: livin, a-t if ihe
tuckv. that seem content to pass i hud been a i or of Siainesi' t .mi s. mi-
their" lives without beholding this,, til the enteied the liist c.uaitei-
the grandest and most stupendous ot
the works of God. Such a ft-cling is
iudeed a sin against nature and ingrat
itude to the Almighty.
We cannot here omit to mention,
that Oie Bull took his violin into the
cave and cave us wmc ol his n
l'ni"e l J
I". S. Ch:,
!:.. r. s.
. i ;
;! ! il ea
iourtu mi.e. 1 lere 1 cv
. . l ..... i r. .-i . . t i . i . "i 1
vohio ai uie miii, -;'.'io i.nyi
foil back into the wake ol l;er im'aii
ing comi.oiitor. Siie uih ei in t
tiie motioi.s of her rider, lu.d.
'.i;h licr r.io i:vns nt h-r r;v
i a'l-i" ol"
Ti.is v.oik It.s hev n ubi
. j i.hiiW' every moi.t'i since
i 1 C 11, at the vv. i v low i ' :
est ! ee Id " s!
C had it
In r ou ii :
performances at the points most re-. led her in seve ral lcmths .-!..
markable for their wonderful echoes.
The music was like no earthly muaic.
It seemed, indeed, superhuman.
The whole company were rs mute
and motionlessas statues, and tears,
copious and gushing tears, streamed
from every eye."
mg tiie Judges
back, in 7 67'
st i-ill in.
The following paragraph tells of a
new luxury for the ladies, which the
vagaries of fashion have forced into
form and use. Of course, non but
Willis could be selected to make
ihe announcement to the fashionable
world : .
Jets d' Eac de Cologne. We have
seen, in a fair hand, a new Parisian
invention, which is likely to become
very popular among the ladies. A
small and slender bottle, mada ol
some elastic substance ii so con
structed that the s'.ihtest pressure
of the hand sends forth a small thread
like stream of its contents in a fla
grant jet. The object iito tie up
this in a bouquet, and at wiil, by the
nlA'inn rt ttm Iwin.l n ii.iiii-nnmil.i I
the llowers with ticsh perlaino. ii :. . , . ,
.. i i i -i t'.i'i Li"iti :i 1 1 . i 1 1 1 1 T'.
. j . .r -
I i. I.tirs
T. 1'. Mi.:h.
tv ol li.. It in.
i.'.jt the t i
ei i If
:.nd ;:ei;- i
!n ii 1 1'.
i.i Two '
Oil", -i d i
'.., an ;
Orders were received by O.I.
I'ierce, commander f Fort Adams,
New-lVrt. R. I., last Satuiday, to
have all the cannons in the fori
mounted immediately. We hear 1 1'
similar orders Ixinj received at
other Eastern foiucses.
So s ivs the New York Mo:ii:n ;
News of the 2'Jih. We !nv. rn.ti.v
ed similar parajnaphs at diTrren
it '.tions, showing tint whether 5're
ident lV!k exjiects w ar or riot, he is
determined, if possible, to have the j
country ready lor the conflict.
The UiehriiundStar bay?, folks who
don't like the way paper are erht.'d.
ought to ask leavs to put in a sp-'ei-men
ot the riuht soit. Anv e.li'.or
t eive suc'.i pcrsuiis a
tiinp. e w oidd ; -
just for the lun of seria ili.-m in!
nnJ slashed bv t'.e crisf. u'i.-i wnrd.
I KOM'KC'j U.;.
..! ; illCA.Y r !. -Y.Y
A Family Ne-.vsp- p-r, "' l:-i.t
st t ie't 'lii.-r, I 1 J lin a Iway,
11. M- .
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; eai'i X t v e ;
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'i'iic co:i'C!.ti w
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.; '.'-'. tr.iVi
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i !: ii.!' N.l VV.
.'joni.l ihteii 1
1 ei .m al'.d d- 'ire
W V. Ol'i.S. .v h I
ai .; !v ! e i.,M-
Aiat an. i.
li.i i'-, in the Siinth and
v ::iit in tiie Union :
we wcuiit ui .o.v
Tit. cheaper tlian anv of'tlie Dollar
Weekly's! Nothing but an extraor
dinary large edition say CO to 30,-
000 vnrrants tins extraordinary
well selected riE-uilnifiit of staple nnd fan-
rj r:ood, fiidimh usually funnd in cood--(ry
stores ; conEi-liii): of Vij Goods, Groce
rie", Hard-ware, Queen'j-waie, " Boot,
boeii, Ac, 4 c. All of which thej are it
trriuiued to sell as low for cash or produce,
nanny other establishment in the country.
Riievii, Feather's, Bewax, Tallow,
I ides, Sock (larj;e sizea.) Dutter. and all
kind, of merchantable produce taken in ex.
clial ce for Oood, for which tl.o highest
I'iio Notion is nrinted on exlra-fine ' ca-h iric will be gien.
' . . , .-T" a t r-v t. 'unit.
Ashley, May the 3d, 1915. 2m 13
I- . ! 1..
par vf, i.nu in sujicnor sivie, ami con
tim.rs tiie same wi.h: range if litera
rv novelties and general news as here
o(i:c. Novels, Tale?, Romances,
ci.'iiific and Relig'uus matter Ag
licltiire, Oddities and Fun for the
'.liiiioii Splendid Illustrations en
rravci exntesslv for the paper Con-
ie eici e..n.
ri 1 1" v s.
r M i' u
,y. end o:!.e:
i v ii.le!!i.' n a
:..id nolice nt
S ol laoi it . i.i
a if a
i.i" a tl-
J 1 ; . N i
This is a
i. en i ic ti:
w ill be r iad
chance at anv
und ;it vot .1 to
taiiiiug and usi
r.d u-c, :.t t!;c-1
mini!., i, or
la rue vu'i.n
ii, a ie to H-rnh'r
c.-,;i;.g ;ii,d v.. in
sons to: wardiu.
eco;.is v ill Lave
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!,rd' wi ii t
a v, n t v
,ul sti'ji el
w I'l'ice oi
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jn ssior.al Reports and tiie General
News of the Day continues to foim
!? Lcncral weekly ingredients of its
ci.'ni.iiis. There . each week some
(Linir ia it to suit every taste; and
nothing of an ohiectionahhj charac-
cr wi'.l ever he allowed to tarnish its
ciilumns. It is in all respects the
ii-t valuable and unexceptional
I'.iini'v Newspaper in the United
Ti e first number undt r this new
u r..nement was published on Satur
day. Jan. C, 1 811. and in that r.um
'":'( was commenced a Laughter
.:.o i:i' Novel, being a hcir.or. iis c-m-I
.ni 'ii to Valentine Vox; which work
.'!o,-,- icndered the !on Nution
when it was first i'st..blihed the most
i u!ar weekly in the United Str.U s.
1 los new novel i; iTiti'.led
ilK subscriber wishes to inform the
citizens of Iiuwlio;-Greei and vicinity.
that he has commenced the above business
in this plncc . All work entrusted to bit
enre shall be done in neat and farhionabW
style. Produce taken in payment of work
at cii'h price". Work will be done at rea
sonable piiccs, and warranted to Gt.
- C. A. J. WO.MACK.
Much Sth, CV, 3w6
For publishing, in the city of Wash
ington, a new daily, semi-weekly,
and weekly, Democratic Republi
can paper to be entitled,
UNITED STATES JOURNAL
ur JLSst e. eovv, Sz. CO.
The first number ol our new pa
per will be issued on the first of May
next, with an en'.ire new dress new
type, f no white paper, with other
it: porlant alterations rnd improve
ments. The paper will be devoted
to a feailess exposition of democratic
principles; it will zealously and tin
leiiiiitingly r-pp-se each and every
ed'ort to establish a mammoth mon-
rchy bank and mischievous corpo-
Rv tiie and. or of V.-dci.tir.f. Vt
a- 'ei:tri!i quist." Tl.e chf. i ratimis and consolidations of wcc!;.'i,
.'iwiek are tmbeliished witii a which subvert the rielits of tha peo-
J !y iinisl ed i!!u -tiaiion represent- j pie and imdermine the pillars of the
' i.e humorous scenes in the wo;k. ' republic: it wiil oppose an oppressive
I . ., i i : ... . i
I iditoi s riblishing this
vit; an eiiit"! l il n
! with the v.i.
;:1 terms io a.''
i t-, e
!ioi. u i ! if lur
!; !' i' one imu
d v. i :
re-. i ;.
pieficc says: and anti republican tariff system, the
enaracier oi ti.e v.oi.; v.i.i I'c , assumption ol the S a'e i.'ei.ts v i i,n
i.tially I.cmon-'is; I ut as the thrill- i L'eneral goverranent, and a!! other
as w ell j. ti.i" lao-hter mm ir,e i federal pi incipfes w hicli have an in.
evitaole tendency to deostroy pul-
well as individual
nes a Soioniiinl u'it
Maliie. t!;e n!
, . . . ' . 1 I . t; I t .1 ul 1 1 t i I" It I . .Ill-1 1 1 1 : I
gives opportunity, a si, for a comiet-1 i L : i,.
.'ll, V,;, VJ ... r,l,. . ersal acceptance, ought to try it.
day alter ded a
nlicntit r tl.Jtil.fiil e.r t',1
a I n i. ; i I.i n riil. , ii' t krrlnii
iCd n - j i-it I ui I v .lil.,i:.i in- '! 1 i i.
would be betli.r entitled to a reward!3'"1. " ,o!,liu "' r:ll,-r- i:"t
jii.ivin- iriiiir Ti.r.,uri it i.,;ii.ju:i r
rt-;u; i 1 i c-.i,iii.. iivf fi.rr.ili in
I,.. i:if , i.iii : i I I. i . ti
f j i.e leN :;lU lii I i.i I f ii 11
lliF. IliON MoLN'i-AlN Ceili'lNV, We 5.,(i.f.,tt;.;ii In n!i .1..'
und-iit in 1, ar.j progres-ii.:r raj.idi v I i;h a ci i o. ir.n.
in their preparations to m.ik'' pi ' "'!"'r ""' ' " t ' i-
f i I 1 r;oi' i'1!' 1 r 1 i'. ;'i I;1 ;.
a ii..' . .i . i, i i .. .. i. . t
I . .. -tr, . I Uli i.i .11 i:
stocK, and most ol tiie materia':; f.-r ! M ay the '' 1- 1 " ! v
the necessary hi.i!din-s: and expect ! .'. .
metal at t;:e Iron .Mount .as
have Lot out the rock f r
isn on oi miscmei, as me let can oe i.,. i, i .r M , . .- i
i , . , , ? , .ubv-02 be v.oult .succeed ; and i fo k
I - ir ... i.
iiiau iiiatwiii uiiuliu! y uooiuai.ii, , ,i .!.!-. r . . i;.iv
3 J ' j than the discover of perpetual nio-I
A w riter in the 'Atlas relates the j lun
following anecdotes of the late Rev
"Ha had ona
church, where a
preached on some public occasiou.
It so happened that the preacher met
Mr. Hall afterwards, aj dinner, at
the house of a mutual friend. The
j'ounr man was very anxious to hear
ilr. ifall's opinion of his discourse,
and very pertinaciously plied the
great man with questions respecting
it. Hall endured the annnance,
tor some time, with great patience.
He did not wish to hurt the young
man's feelings; but he could not, con"
scientiously, laud hi3 sermon. At
length, worried beyond endurance,
i:it r. -Mid
y or.: an
.v M ist
' 1 1 as
l' i j! on
:l .illri.li .i.,
tu ti n i-r fi ii
uy fauur l.iiu
;i . i ,.ir hi, b l V
i ii. ,.' '. A.I
i c ta!.; Hut
to commence receiving metal bv the
first of October, Republican.
TO HE li UNO. .
Three slaves, Jerry, llany, and!
Sally, were sentenced to be bun,' in!
June next at the sit ting of the Camp-1
bell county, Va., Court last wee!;, i
lort attempting to murder .Mr. .Muhr. ;
t ir i: o ; r n r.ti .v
JLirj;::.t v m r K:;::"t;i;iE.
4't'le Hluckvootl of America."
Si : yv.iv in jidvauft',
. U. MINOR, Editor IVopriet-.::
A:sL-t::! htj .Ir ' M.v Si :;.
On tlift .A ( I'Januai v next flCij.'i
'i i.e .M; .
; aue i:y
t. t :i p ' s inoi
. "'..--y . t v.; -.-1-
i-t ti e. i' ; an I is j i
o pi r Mamir. T.
vear cont.'.ii. j C.') ' ' v
l,i pa 'i S, ;. I t i. ' ee in
!: r pa-e. Fivei-p
o.lai s .
I -1st dI Iji tiers,
ir.IAIMMi ii. liie l',.-f., .;;, e :
ctl tiiur l.'fifn, Mo , .ii il . :. :.
Aplil. Hl'lJ w':i
H lltiill thlC'l IllOll'.ti
ial l'a t uilii f
ov. li e , f ,.',;. .ii.
.a I..." I e. ;:i.o:i
I'.nr pa..i s, :: i.i.ii.
HI ll. ost i,
r i . ; i t -; t
i lit ,1 I i.
... r R.-y
: i li t i
e n 5
aie :r.mi!iieiali;e, the ol lect iirooostM
is to excite siltei i.atc!y tiie deepest in
teiest and (he !i.. t joyous mirth", by
ti.e portrayal id jhe extraordinary po-
si'ions hi whieli a loan v. l.o v.r'i t:-
i n hi dre .n.su.av Ic pi. t ed, and t!ie
i i i ... i - i - . i
io !.: v I icc'i;:. us terror lie I
spue." From the rhap'.cis we I
published ol this Unit i, w e ares
ti-.' it will he i
'- I I
oX. It IS I
: ; . :t .
ar tiiau was
w in o ,;:s.-
.on, ::; : v..-
Iiave n.a ie ai r:.n'e;;.f n's I i iinai'
the ilitierei.t iiuio! i-:- ':.: :; iv :,ce of
all others, so t!ie j i.iav r, s: as.
suied that we si, all i;.n 1c f.:cs::i!J,,
y any other p::;
r in its ; it
Another r.ew I'e:;! .re t.l" i! i ",
is tiie piihlication ccca.-i.-mili v
number of humorous cuts ai'ier the
sty'.- of the hoinh ii l'uneh. These
willalioe en-ruve,l in the finest
t Ii, ,w.
.1,. V t.f
.e l.i u-
GOING T(J EUROl'E.
It is estimated that from f.lteen hun-
"Well, sir, there was one fine pas jdredto tw thousand travellers wiil
sage ana 1 liked it much, eh leave tne united Mates this season.
, ! . U . . I I ; . . tl
tnu .-.iio.ieiii i.iieiaiv .U'.'S.siMi'iei
coiini,eu."i's its Eleventh Volume and
atri nice of tin- puh'i : is respec-
young divine rubbed his
hands, in high glee, and pressed Mr.
Hull to name it.
"Why, sir," replied Hail, the pas
sage I allude to was your passage
reouTHE evwn to tub vkstrt!''
A young lady sent her alburn to
him, and he returned it with the fol
lowing written upon one of its
"It is my humble opinion that al-
Dums are very loolish things.
"His marriage was a singular one.
Oae day, whilst alighting at a friend's
door, for the purpose of dining with
him; he was joked on his bachelor
hood. He said nothing; but whilst
at table was observed to take par
ticular notice of the servant girl who
came in to replenish the fire. Af
ter dinner he went into the garden,
sent for the young woman, and ask
ed her to marry him. In her aston
ishment she ran aiyay and said she
bcliered Mr. Hall had gone mad a
paia (ho had been once deranged.)
Her master, like herself, was surpris
ed; and on his speaking with Mr.
Hall on the subject, the latter de
clared hi3 intention of marrying the
A QUEER BASIS.
The cashier of the Iiank of Saint
i'.iciieii for ir. Th. ne.ient
Editor Ir.s now conducted it (or more
than a year, ai.d th enconra-jement
he has received leads hii: to expect a
larite mere:::;.'! o! n,!
liie U oi I; has been
Clair, Michigan, is redeeming the bills . Ila "''''mary (lisrup. aniaes. lor so
with dne lumher, at par. ,l"llSa ''me, it is int-lled to the lihe:-
-d support of every Irien I i f letters.
CUTTING IF TRUE. : lis reliance lor patr. n c:c will be up-
The editor of the "I.e.ipue," in re- on the interest and justice of the
marking upon the different cstiuui-! public and its own literary merits.
lion in w hich science and litorature i F.scnewiag all humbugs and extrinsic
are held in France and England, re-j flourishes, it will depend for its smc
uiarL icess upon its contents and character
"The French premier, and the lea- alone,
dersofthe French opposition, are i It is emphatically a Southern work,
men who raised themselves to their and appeals expressly to the South,
present position by the display of in
tellect in a permanent ond cogniza
ble form; it is doubtful if the names
of those who occupy similar positions
in England would have ben known
out of the rearward ranks had not
the ministers been tho son of a man
ofwealtli, and his opponent the son
of a man of rank."
Mr. I .ewis Rauk, of Knox counlv,
Mo., was thrown from his wagon,
when descending a hill, about three
miles back ol Hannibal, tho wheels
passing over his body. The injury
was so great that ho 'died in a few
whese character and interest, litera
ry and social, it aims ta uhpold and
promote. In the South, thero are
thousands, who ean easily afford it,
and they are particaiaily urged to
come foiward and assist in interest
ing its circulation.
The Messenger hal now been es
tablished more than ten years, during
which il hasovorcome many fcgieat
obstacles; nnd attaiued a wide circu
lation and a very high character.
The efforts of the president Editor
will bo strenuously pirccted, not on
ly to tho preservation of its" ancient
lame, but also to its constant im
provement. In this, tho (littering
estimonials he has rtscivid during
S'liiilli S Alter,
Henry A lli ite,
Wm R I.i,-,-,
J .l.n II lioovi.,
I'ni i: ituuii,
A'tiim lli.in-l. lit-i,
I. J lirilil-li III-,
Kcv V I'lm-Ui tl,
Wulji r r.ov,
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Tina ;,i,,i 1
J -N" II.'iifkr?oii
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.1 ;i me. S Turner
II trmari I'Mi-iLat k
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Win W illii
Vm I. Vitnlin
.Itr.t M.iiiu Jittiiitiiii
JlilllOOII .'-t v
in: prosperity as well as
happiness. Against all such politic
al delusi-ns we shall wags' unchanf
ing. uncompromising war.
The K.iavKR and the mkcimmic, who
produce all the real capital of the na
tion, will find id our paper an unwa
vering chompion of their inalienable
rights: the long cherished nrincioles
of the editors are too well known to
ti e public to require any pledge up-
n ;! .:;; point. To the miscellaneous
department, particular attention will
1 e devoted: the ladies will always
i'n ! in an" columns a choice selec
tion !fii;i ;l e current literature of the
!ny. n well as original contributions
troin ".I.e most talented writers of
c iiich our cvuntiy can boast. A
'.''tifral summary i f foreign ar.it do
n.estic news will te furnished.
Ti.e conductors have nlrp.iilv r.
st sle, ami w ill never he ollcusiie in j emed the aid and co-operation of a
their character. j !;;re r.timber of the most distingiiish-
With these increased improve-1 rc literal y and poiitical writers of
jmrrr.s ami aiiracrions, an.l tho very , the day; arrangements will also ha
great reduction in pi ice, 1 1 ieg one-1 made, "at the earliest period possible,
hall, we again launch the Rostun No-(to embellish our columns bv the con
iConupon ihesea ul Popular Favor. ti ihution.s of correspondents from a
jaml feel assured it will ipiickly ar-jbroad. Willi this biief and imperfect
; i i-e at the harbor ot Tiiiiinph.int Sue-1 outline of our plan, we very respect-i'1'-'
f j full v submit our claims to an exten-
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lt!ie nmlersigncii. Rosin. asters re-1 of a eenerous hublic.
: mining us an order for Ten
'shall be entkled to an extra copy lor
their own use.
Rack number of the Notion from
the commencement of "Sylvester
Sound," w ill be furnished to all r.ew
Publisher Roston Notion,
No 3 an I 5, State St., 15,)ston.
II . ti. rilWAiiDS, p. M .
B B en e ii s
Hit ad 1 tllll
JESSE E. HOW.
()TU'K is liere'iy i;iva flint tti un
tlcrii-nuil liss titken out letters Testa
mi'ii'arj on the eslnto of William,
unre, ilecenseil, cto of I'Ac fount r
TTAVINC: ,llrci,uHO.I . hrco an.! lliorouch " "7.,,," ."e""'".' "te tho If.th .lay of
. bred Jjek fnr tho lilirim.sn t.l' iiiimitv
nig uio siocK in Una section ul' tlio A'tutn,
breeders iro rcHpecllulh- rceuvsluti lo call
anil tinnnnc lu lliciiitoln-s. '
Ho will tanl tho eimuinrr season nt my
farm, four uiilossonlli oast of Iluu linR.Creon.
(or lurllivr iuirlir-i;l;ir t, l,,i i,m. ;,,
A LL those having demands against
the ILitalc ot William II. Tinsley,
deceased, arc- hereby requested to prc
Kent their claims at the next county court,
as their U a probability that they may
.be settled iinmediatoly.
CHAS. BACON, Adm'r.
April, 11,,. All nrrsoo,. tlierufmr. iu-
ilelilt-.ltotliocstnte ,f saiil decease.!, nre re
tiir.-tc.l to make in: mediate payment ; nn.l
all persons having claims nininit said estate
are n iiie,t0il to Cihiliit tliein properly au
llicnticate.!, williin one year from the .late
of said letters, or t! cy may be precluded
from linving any benefit of said estate, and
if said claims arc not presented, within tbree
years, tbey will bo forever barred
SAM UK!. DRIt'E. J
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