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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 July 1851

A frl ; I "4 4 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES PeiXT-TUE WAV WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. w ii if i i in hi hi t II 1 l I l ri II, FSSn. my. HISCILLAIS-QIS. A TRAGEDY CP REAL LIFE. An Incident or Indian Life. la the yecr 1S48 I found myself travelling through the Mysorean country of Seringapatam, j familiar to every reader of Indian history, for the rapid rise of that crafty but talented Asiatic Hydcr -Mi- ...... ' " Iliad been reflecting a 1 passed through the country on the -warlike exploits and barbarous cruelties by which it has been disfigured, and on the short space of time in which, from the first settlement by a few enterprising merchants at Surat, in the year 1612, the English had, either by force or diplomacy, possessed them selves of the entire territory from Cape Como tin to the Himalaya mountains; and, by an ano maly of which history furnishes no parallel, molding r.nd enforcing their authority in great measure by means of the very natives an J troops...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 July 1851

11. '' i'i k ! iStE&M , C'c-lm idem c hues comphmem paid to imdeoOi ving a3 we arc il'cCujJeJ iladu,v on our part-lo respond, J In I.'3ucmbcr iast w(j viailJ VashiogUa City, ?aSd re satisfied to lot thcso vho heard uiarid in coiapany with. a. cumber of ladies and i'-idg, CH-1 on their mercy wo throw ouvself, I gentle nitn made a pilgrimage to Mount Vernon, pudaung the aiatkr -with tlte remark that ii i the- Mecca of tho Xew World. "Whilst there v?e .Mr. cut ft hickory -stick as cloj-c to the 'Tomb of MOUNTAIN SiSTISEL Tfiiusda JuJj ii, 3.5i. riKUlaUon of airy paper puuiriei ;i .".-.-- - lli.ti Ifl till llfhl.'ttti.iit ::ffaf ..-!. ;,. .-,fVi,-. I I ' V - f W - - - - j - v - -V t - -'a. X t j SohoMioM-r. ...f av'ouik coiaty, also icplied to j "Washington" as possible-. We brcusbt it home ' u ntitii'j'K i-fkrcd to Jiir.i. and h! eloquence ' and stated- through the 'SenlmeV' that we juii i cifoetke winner m? speaking .1ijse- the vrouM have it madejuto abeauUfulcaac rooun- uiiiU'v k...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 July 1851

1 i -! tfOfl- I'rtc'inusourj. la lit' if C'cuil Ulaillai ! a work has lately published In Lotidoji. WAatt,ji;.ioN. Jul 12 -The . Andtnft' -ni iach detail nmn.y tH-nM imrtnatirjr. sit Fcutcace - f the tYurt .Maiilil rv . anJ lioAcrij'liftt-' f.vrti.i- su'ytcis.--' '1'hat. Gen -Xaleott in guilty r.f ft iie'.H- lie tvnrt "i1'1 ... . nut 3iX Uundr,-4,:liCSi.lM tUe men ot if. . - iU! AmunoK to scwistv huu AUPisUimir Ctiuisty. in.? ueci"i-., innd'tOOiC - ' a k . ..-..TV f f3kU,ltitli 1ML' It - LAND F01 mi ta ft lUDi. . -Tii'? un'Jrsis;nnl offers for sale a tr-F.cC ri . . 'ftOlilttv. :1lrirlii.r l.i...l .f TlutinftS Pllr'jlll ail't ln' t-v .. ..if trie i-ni M'tunuV rt'.i". re.-ci U(ji.ijifr ltOnn! ltcr;-e 'sevc-n sau or wim-l. aiT clc-tirod. 'fit above ir.V t'XVCitCnt DR. GU Yfv'f I T ifl ItiiMini'vn V ii'ii tJ LiU l' A TRAUTOl' VKf.M)W DOCK ANU SAKf?r KIhA, rUf t.io the lu?rE used fVffi ponti'-ns nojr of lltf Jloarcn fthich is ehrvieoiLf, twMtrd with 'orft-j of Vl!ovt Iock. th( Rxfrn.: .f...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 July 1851

f CHOICE POETRY. From the Dublin University Magazine. THE BACHELOR'S MEMORIES" i. Ab, the hours I've lost and lavish'd! Ah, the years I've lived in vain! Ah, the grace Time has ravished, Time will ne'er restore again. H. Hot blood, welling, like a fountain, Briskly through each youthful vein ; Manly sports o'er moss and mountain Limbs that toiled yet felt no pain. III. Spirits light and temper plastic Courtly feats and revelry; Rustic dance with feet elastic. By the village hawthorn-tree. IV. All are gone ! like dreams at morning, Fading in the cold gray light ' One by one and give me warnin g IIow Time pilfers in his flight. Prinking toasts and courting lasses, These arc things that cannot last, And the joys I found in giants Are, I fear, forever past. VI. One but jields me now dejection; All its bright wine drain'd apace ; And the other brings reflection, When I look into its face. . ; VII. Raven locks, 1 find, are whitening, Crows' feet gather round my eyes And my figure needs so...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 July 1851

it 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, 'WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. lit III III j. rourtli of July Celebration at lor tn?c by the Quitman Guards. The company met at their usual parade ground, iu Jefferson, at 9 A. M., -when an elec tion was bell for Lieut Colonel, after -which the company proceeded to the grove in the rear of Samuel J. Renshaw's Hotel, (Portage,) when the meeting ves organized Captain R. S. Alexander in the Chair, assisted by Lieut. Wm. 0. Barbour as Vice President, and Sergeant R. T. Diuilop and John W. Wolf as Secretaries. The Declaration of Independence was read by Lieut Jas. J. Dunlop, followed by three cheers j:nd the discharge of musketry. The audience was then addressed by A. C. Mullin, Esq., in the following eloquent and patriotic manner: Fkiesds axd Fellow-Citizens: We have tact for the purpose of celebrating a day which marks one of the greatest epochs that has ever occurred in American history a day that will be kept alive ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 July 1851

ill HOffmifi SEITIML ANDREW J. KIIEV, EDITOR. EBENSDURG, PA. Thursday July 21, 1S.11. THE "SEXTIXEL," has much the largest circulation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet offers superior induce ments to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use ot this medium for extending their ousines, can do so ly either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents. John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. V. D. Palmer, Esq., Xew York, I'hiladelphia, and Baltimore. Democratic County Committee. M. Jasson, James MDermit. X. Xagle, John Wherry, Richard White, Thomas If. Porter, Thos. Gallagher, P. J. IAtlle, George Murray SmkuhI Iiravclier, John Anderson, John Adams, John Devlin, Elisha M. Lucket, Leu-is B. Dunmire, G. Walters, George X. Smith, T. L. lleyer, Andrew Sproul, Charles Dillon. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM BIGLEIi, OF CLEARFIELD COUNTY. VOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, SETII CLOVER, OF CLARION' COCNTV. I OR JUDGES OF THE...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 July 1851

1-L for forty years, informs us that there never was gmuch rain fell there before in the same length of time. Tic citizens of Poristown at the west end of h deserted u.eir nomes about -vinrk tlis morning. The town was complete- ,-ereJ v-ih water, lhe gardens are do- lv COV( troveJ and n-:niy uiove:nie articles arounci tne 8' bouse1' 2tU3 Ot' v. re wrr.-iied ava,). .Yiany 01 me cui-r-'r-itLiicld, opposite this place, also de serted their houses lor sw. uuxicra. In this borough the water came to the second street in the upper end, completely surrounded the dwelling of Gen. Wilson, and carried away both the turnpike and mill bridges. Between the railroad and river, all the gardens and first stories of many of the houses were under water, and m.iny of the families left for higher ground. Tbe tan yards of the Messrs. Millers were com pletely overflowed. Their hides were floating about their yards. Their loss must be, each, 1 or $200. The families on Fisher & McMurtrie's farms escaped...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 July 1851

CHOICE POETRY. , An African Legend. BY MIS3 MAKT A. E. TCTTXE. It is long years since I heard a tale, A legend wild and strange, Of a burning clime, where the sultry air Is never known to change; But oft I think, in my mournful hours, Of that legend sad and strange. 'Twas of a traveller, young and bold, . In Afric's fatal land ; The lordly Niger had tempted him To tread the glittering sand ; To leave the cot where his sisters dwelt, A happy household band. But he grew lonely and sick at heart, And pined to see again His childhood's home, where the fragrant flowers Crept over the window-pane ; And longed for the welcome waiting him Far over the tossing main. He thought of one, with her earnest eyes, In that far land away, Whose sunny hair and radiant brow He dreamed of night and day ; Till, starting he cried, in Afric's land He would no longer stay. But, alas ! ere he could reach the shore, Came tidings o'er the wave, That she he loved with a love intense Lay shrouded in the grave: T...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 July 1851

n ! j j 'w E GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES EOIXT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW " 1 Mrv 11 X -.ii 8Y J. Human Love. BY X. P. WILLIS. Oh if tLere is one law above tLe rest, Written in Wisdom if there is a word J Tbiit I would trace as with a pen of fire, Upon the unsullied temper of a child If there is any thing that keeps the mind Open to an angel visit, and repels Th ministry ot ill 'tis human Wre.; &J has made nothing worthy of contempt ; The smallest pebble in the well of truth lias its peculiar meaning, and will stand When man's best monuments wear fast away. The law of Heaven is love ; and tho' its name lias been usurped by passion and profaned To its unholy uses through all time ; Still the eternal principle is pure : And in those deep affections that we feci Omnipotent within us, we can see The lavish measure in which love is given, And in the yearning tenderness of a child ! la every bird that sings above our head, And every tree and flower, and r...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 July 1851

M0IIT1II SENTINEL. ANDREW J. RILEY, EDITOR. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday July 31, 1S51. Egk THE "SEXTIXEL," has much the largest circulation of any paper published in this county ami as an advertising sheet offers superior induce ments to merchants and business men general!. Those desirous of making use ot this medium for extending their business, can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents. John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoicn. V. B. Palmer, Esq., New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Democratic County Committee. .M. Uasson, James M1 Dermit, Ar. Nagle, John Wherry, Richard White, Thomas II. Porter, Thos. Gallagher, P. J. Litile, George Murray, Samuel Braulier, John Anderson, John Adams, John Devlin, Elisha 31. Bucket, Lewis B. Dunmire, G. Walters, George Ar. Smith, T. L. Jleyer, Andrew Sprout, Charles Billon. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM BIGLER, OF CLEARFIELD COUNTY. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, SETII CLOVER, OF CLARION COUNTY. FOR JUDGES OF T...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 July 1851

' : , Tfliuaiitep . ..ma Oiftt Mexico is afraid to let the across this ..... mi Wltft Hie rauruuu . . . .1 . 1 Vmencau fc 'isthmus, for political reasons. The Spanish at New Orleans, La Union, encourages Mexico inl.fr course, in the following remark - -..-.. now conclude wiwi l'IuJc with a few rciunvks 11 c . ;n delation .iwrwnilS tO introduce themselves into that 'art of the country ostensibly to construct a Lilroad, would be the height of folly, on the oart of Mexico; and by so doing, she would dace herself between two fires; and the Mexi can who should give his vote to cede any por- r ht neuinsula to the Aniericons, would tion oi taai pcu. be a traitor to his country, and merits death upon the scaffold. We have seen the surveying party at 1 Minntitlan menancing the Mexican authorities, whilst in the performance of their Juty, and we have no doubt but that when a host of laborers should be collected there, under ' jirctence to construct the road, they, under the direction of their...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 July 1851

CHOICE POETRY. My Boyhood's Home. BY rKSEST H. WALTON. Bring back my boyhood's golden hours, From the treasury of the past Oh, linger nigh! life's first Spring flowers, That faded 'fore the blast; The rocky cliff, tho hill and glen, The joy and laughter free ; I would I were a boy again Ob, bring them back to mc. Bring back my early childhood's home The altar and the hearth, The song of praise devotion's tone The lov'd that fled from earth ; The days that flitted by so fast, Life's streamlet to its sea Which lie deep buried in the Past ; Oh, bring them back to me. In Fancy's realms, I wander still By my boyhood's cherish'd home, And gather flow'ra by brook or rill, And over wood-lands roam ; Oh, linger nigh ! though visions dim And shadows faint ye be; Tho' filled life's chalice to the brim, Yet bring them back to me. My Girlhood's Home. BY EMILY GEBTECDE MACACLIFF. Bring back the days, the sunny hours, Of girlhood's thoughtless glee ; The placid stream, the opening flowers Oh, brin...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 August 1851

t '. ; "i ' " i ' M 1 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. Pi 1:1 J. MY. MISCELLANEOUS. From the Philadelphia Pennsylvanian. SKETCH OF T1IK UFE OF WILLIAM BIGEER. . It is not until a man emerges from the com bative obscurity of private life, and assumes a prominent part in public affairs, that the community inquire into his personal history, and seek to ascertain by what successful steps he Las attained position. Some are relatively great others are more indebted to adventitious circumstances rather than to individual char acter; and as they are thrown upon the surface by accident, pass from the scene without note or mark. Others again, particularly in this country, achieve greatness, trained in the school of adversity, with none of the advantages of wealth, position, or influence. By indomitable perseverance, unwavering industry, and high moral integrity, they assume their proper place among their fellow men. Of such is the...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 August 1851

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL ANDREW J. ItllEY, EDITOR. EDENSBURG, PA. Thursday August 7, 1851. fti. 7727 "SEXTIXEL," has much the largest circulation of anyyapcr published in this county and as an advertising sheet offers superior induce ments to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use ot this medium for extending their business, can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents. John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown , V. B. Palmer, Esq., ATietc York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. - Democratic County Committee. M. Uasson, James H Dermit, N. Nagle, John Wherry, Iiichard White, Thomas If. Porter, Thos. Gallagher, P. J. Little, George Murray, Samuel Brawlier, John Anderson, John Adams, John Devlin, Elisha 31. Lutket, Lewis B. Dunmire, G. Walters, George AT. Smith,T. L. Ileyer, Andrew Sproul, Charles Dillon. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM BICLER, OF CLEARFIELD. COUNTY. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, SETII CLOVER, OF CLARION COUNTY. FOR JUDGE...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 August 1851

"dowsof their dwellings, tuerecy allowing Tvvai nd rftin 10 havc free access to their ns, and occasionally' rapping those on the fueklc's who would presume to repair the , ,1. The hail vns of very large size in instances seen :i ia- 3 """iui exaggeration ; but is well substan- r T 1. 1 o IS 110 i ....... lv mnnv. I tiatcd, as ii was atv. "j i - Taking it altogether, the day ni.d the storm will lie Ton- remembered by many, as one of ,he most terrifying ever experienced by them. ..The oldest inhabitant" fails to remember one at all to bo compared with it It has opened to view farm? that were heretofore hidden from one another by dense forests' of heavy timber, and from the top of the Allegheny, presents a beautiful vista an uninterrupted view for many miles. Such was the storm, and such were its cuect3 on Saturday, the 26th day of July, 1851. Yours, &c, SPECTATOR. I'efroleum. i had a severe Cold, and was cured by the petroleum, and gave it to several others with like succese and a...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 August 1851

CHOICE POETRY. From the Knickerbocker. Tlie llloomcr. The saucy maid may toss her Lead, When she her bustle hitches on ; Be mine to praise in artless lays, The graceful girl with breeches on. The petticoat no more shall float, . On limbs whose shape bewitches one ; But in its place, with modest grace, Those limbs shall hold the breeches on. The bucks and beaus turn up their nose At costly robes with patches on But goodness me ! what if they sec Such beauty spots the breeches on. Ye muslin dresses, white and thin, With fairy finger'd Btitchcs on, I fear your day has passed away Since woman put the breeches on. Ah J wcll-a-day, the Bard may say, Shall one bestow his kisses on - A shameless maid who's not afraid To put a pair of breeches on. She'll make him feel from head to heel, Whatever else he hitches on, He has no right, by day or night, To put a pair of breeches on ? Wc always sec the graces three Without a rag the witches on, But O! Gad Zooks, how would it look Should each one p...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 August 1851

it 'J 1 1 I I II II II I It? "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." ffTjjn. BHEY. IMSBIUIIT in8SL"" ItME T-MM U TI1K BLIXO IIOY. BY DR. HAWKS. (The following beautiful lines, from the pen r the Rev. Dr. Hawks, Lave been handed us for publication. They will .find numerous admirers among the discriminating readers of JUS HOMK JOCRSAL. It was a bleeeod summer day, . - The flowers. bloomed the air was mild. The little birds poured forth their lay, And everything in nature smiled. Iu pleasant thought I wandered on, Beneath the deep wood's' ample Bhadc, 'Till suddenly I came upon Two children who had thither strayed. Just at an aged birch-tree's foot A little boy and girl reclined, His hand in hers she kindly put, And then I saw the boy was blind. The children knew not I was near, A tree concealed me from their view, 15ut all they said I well could hear, And I could see all they might do. Icar Mary," said the poor blind boy, "That l...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 August 1851

IIOUITAIH SE5TINEL ANDREW J. BIIEY, EDITOR. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday August 14, 1S51. tm THE "SEXTLYEL," has much Vie largest circulation of any paper published in this county ana as an advertising sneei ojjers superior induce ments to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use ot this medium for extending their business, can do so by eitier sending ineir notices aireci, or inrougn ine jouourmg agents John Grouse. Eta.. Johnstown. V. B. Palmer, Esq., 2Tew York, Philadelphia, ana nauinore. Democratic County Committee. 3f. Ilasson, James 3PDermit, A". Nagle, John VTherrv. Richard White. Thomas IT. Porter. Thos Gallagher, P. J. Little, George Murray, Samuel Jfratclter, John A ndrrson, John Adams. John Devlin, Elisha M. Ltteket, Lewis D. Dunmire. G. Walters, George JV. Smith, T. L. JTeyer, Andrew Sprout, Charles Dillon. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM BIGLER, OF CLEARFIELD COUNTY. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, SETH CLOVER, OF CLARION COUNTY. FOR JUDGES OF ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 August 1851

I ft Tt, necks of both Taylor and Shelton broke fct the first falL They died seemingly without a struggle . The great fall caused the rope to cut through the flesh oil their necks. Murphy, when brought to the gallows the Becond time, told the Sheriff to go on with the murder, "for remember," said he, "you are not hanging murderers." It was, throughout, one of the most painful P cctacks ever witnessed. YVm. F. Johnston. " t)f all the public men of this State, we are aware of no one whose course has been charac terized by a grater want of consistency and honest principle than this individual. He once was a one term man. Now he begs tU5ce for a second term. He once was a democrat. Now he is a federal whig of the most reckless character. He once advocated a faithful execution of the National Constitution, by "a summary remedy," in reference to fugitives from labor. Now, he repudiates all that he then said. He was largely instrumental in fastening an enormous debt upon the State. Now he ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 August 1851

3ft IKS The "MOUNTAIN" SENTINEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at Ttco Dollars per annum, payable half yearly. No subscription will be taken for J shorter period than six months ; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. Bu ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted Ht the following rates: 50 ceuts per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; $1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square for every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions marked thereon, vt they will be published until forbidden, and charged in accordance with the above terms. BrtjAlI letters and communications to insure attention must be post paid. A. J. R1IEY. And now ready for the reception of those who may be disposed to favor me with...

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