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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

,;^: f(T^^p^j^. ' aism" ¦]'' From tfoJPhifudetpiiiy; Inquirer. - ?'- Titc.'fi2cc«M'i:'iie'<["Vo'l!B4iOMary . '¦'>•• jTlovcsnciit T"- I^umuurs ^ froin various quarte'ra serve to strengthen the opinion',.that something serious was conteiriplated by-the Ca.uqd,ian'insurgents on ll]e~22tl;~The Albany" •Eyeiiing-Jow'ral'1 tn^tuTday'Says:^ le'ail-n1 from -SiY iriielHgeiit source, that on Monday.lust;/sixteen sleighs passed thro' Pulaski,' Oswego county,-- with patriots '-'destined'to Gravelly. Point, from whence a descent;was to be itiade on.Canada. - - The New .-York Commercial Adyerti-. set- TOciitiiins a similar rumour and adds: '-" We?think there is some reason to bc'-_ lieve that an attack will be?attdTnpfedl)ii j-.Liiigiton, with a vie.w of destroying the •jiteainboata antl;-'otlier__.va)jiable.?p.roperty. r~itlhat lil!iri" T!»*cnlffiiilirl tirtat drpat liLiiirti iiitii/i i libiiiciiuiu uuat uimi - .> » . ;; . e ! Britain is anchored close, u.n'der the g...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

^ j$ie^uhr£ve:i*m^8\^mc^; It.is ui'gedas anjrgument.iii J'aypr/ot .tliis "tiiilrieJ expedieni." lliat-ifis"...ow-iii pri'ctif'a.l. operatiuh! Ami what are its "beTTel^.^WlieTe":;!^-"flie" lifetallie^ cTi^ i;eii?y"-vyhicli the-pcdpfejiave been prhmtWd!"- Is it ^iot ??' fact .that^tlie tiiiineyof ilie-diiy is?eKcIui'iv^[ ^,cpiiiposed of paper, ami lIwiVev'en pajier mp'te.V is hir from? scijrce than eJjer il: was'befo;|^?.;;;Js?it,'UJ^ true that business, is"prostrafetT-^f-fti'nUSoi-|ioi tation's into our 'commercial cities have almost ceasie'tl—that sti)iea,inNA'i which a-) car "p" ciimtiiiindeil a rent of JsGOOO, _nT__E'bri_rn^__h.;i-s-:t\ra n -I i[nlf-Tth'*t£*wn~th?t many ul tlieiii are entirely closed, a'ud.that 'ibe revenue juf the general government i"n that port lias fallen off at le.ast oue.hail ? These', are 'certainly facts ;-and . wlnit kititi lifai-gmnents do" they afford-yi favor 'of the legalization,; of the sub-treasury sclieiner-p York Hep.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

«KO'K'«;E ViT «IiF, It appears that this personage,, in? hts resigtiation of his, Coiiiplrollership at ^Ti-sliiitgHrn-pttnly-^'strutk-forThigher-wage»"'iil'leF' all?" His iiHligiiation at th« (tppiitn-t-ineiii—of— Slid—Rlulilenb.erg aj_ •SliiiTsleF" tb^AustTiir. """*va"S_ oiiIy7as9,uiiied,--as it appears, to frighten a fatter place out of the President. Accordingly he has smoothed his.ruffled dignity by accepting the Collfctorship of the purl of Philadelphia,, which raises his salary to JS4.500, instead pf_S3,500 per annuiii, which he received at Washington. Air. -.Barker, the collecfm-'whoiii lie displaces, takes his comptroller-ship,'but-we think that ih this casC-'a fair.exchange is.a robbery,'Vii.as- j much as Barker loses SlOQO a yia- by the tiansaction. , GtVrge Wolf hereafter, 0.11-accoutit uf this. exhiDttio'n. ofhis vena'ity,'" can be nothing more thap:-a "spectacleof derision to his enemies and inelancholy; pity to iiis fiiciids."—i>rf-i?e/".

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

ok FKOMTKE FRONTIER.— , - Atru.'urTED InvaSjo^' Canada Afr Buf'" -'.. - /, FAL'O. --At last silence is broken. The Buffalo Advertiser orthe 2Gth informs, that on Saturday nisjht, 24th ins't., several hundied met) brills assembled at Comstock's, eight miles from Buffilo. on the lake shore, it was .apprehended an i'nvasion. was meditated, and Col' Worth immediately slarted with the small force of regit; ularsand.4 volunteer companies under hisTOJTnTnTmdTiTaT^^tlJlTritfemTTW?!!? within 200 yanls of Comstock's, the road ^v^"s-foTind-to-bc-lrarrieadetl-ln"-a-rirH-fcitee- ¦ "riid""b1:luMrl)irsuicles. These were almost immediately removed—the cry was raised airfpng those assembled at (lie tavern, ''the regulars are coming!" -and ihese gallant invaders of Canada mostly fled. ' , tlf* _'-About 150 took to." the ice ?or; the lake with ihtyr terms.—They \Vere ptirsued, but having some lwp oi:..__lliree_ huridrcd_ yards the start, .were, not "overtaken.^ . They, however, left a howitzer...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

B?e!siiiayByaj«K ,a»a the a prc»j* ' ¦^-. , - - '., tS«KOVi"' ' |; |W'C'l!ikel1rw occasibii,'becauseVe ber-! liete that the t'njies re<piu„ jt> to reiterate our often expressed arid sincerely entertained opinion that Gen. Wli_]L,iAM H. IIA R It I SON is the only "matii^ho cai carry the state of PennBylva'nidVas aiandidate for.the Prefiidency in opposition to the Ipcofocos. We have not room here to-go over all the grounds on which we foujid our faith; buti,,tl>ey appear to ii»N to. *)e so i5i?ar . and unehcumbured that-they must couyincc the. mind of every candid inquirer."' Nti'miti surpasses us inrfdmi-' ration for. the talents ^ patriotism ^ e1o-\ qtience airid publiq services of HENRY CliAY-^-'fe'W. excel us in the e»tirnation which we-fix upon.?the'mt«llectuatpower a'riif ackTvp'yletlgeiof, "' a'nd.reverence for tlns^pr'mciplesj of Hhe constitution of thp union, possessed and of;en exhibited by D AN IBL WEB^TtlR. ButXiese are ubslract coiis'nleratiiins...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

TSic"Rigiif. of iiisirMciioM." "Wonders will neve!r*cease," is ah.old and true adage, and we now (iVocced to notice aii instance of its verily. The Lancaster Journal^-a thorough bred Ibcd.: foco iic w s pa pe r.-edi t ed by tit a t \y 01st .au.tL_ most unprincipled of all,kinds of p'oliti"r.iniis--a recreant federalist professing democracy--a class of men? who always prove that "one rdnegad'e is worse thaii ten Turks":— tliis paper—the immediate orgaiTpf Jame Buckanari—on Friday.last iaine?auLin-a-_lurigj.axtkl«K4agajnst_.the_^_ right b:l'al6gislatuie7tu instruct Senators of the U. States! !!-[n;years-ju3t-past,thc; legislntrve power to instrucr,aqdthe^pn.t^ sequent'"dutjTuf the feiiatiic, to "obey or resign," have be'en a favbiite' dogma of the .Jackson and Van Bui-en party. . Und'e'r- Us operation a Spragu£.Leigh_<Tyler, JCLnguBlack--?!*11 "olh*rs..ir,th«)4ox pplUlciaiis have been diivenvfrpin(the,Sena\o •Gliatnberjfind all the at)athemas?and deV nunciations of party ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

"~ JIOJJ.SEQrfiEPJRESENTATIVES^ ; ¦ '"'"""' _? . - / i .-Wi»'tES»'AV*Feb. 28, 1838. Death of tliic Hon. JoBsutBian '.-. Cilley, r CO-yGRESSIONAl^^: As soon as the journal was read—Mr. Fairfield rose, and asked leave. Io offer the following resolution*- ' Resolved, That a committee consisting of seven members be appointed to investigate the. .'cause of the death of the Hon. Jonathan Cilley, late a member of this. House, and the circumstances'connected therewith, and'report therebn to the House. : »" -t ; Resolved."That said committee have pdWer.to send for persons and papers, and'have leave totsit during, the "session cf the House. 'Mr. Bell rose and. objected. Mr. B, said he tiiought ^ that-whatever wns done in this.matter, had better be postponed until the House became more calm, and ¦ ¦ vyii-TableToact "more" coollyonthe sub ject, ' ".' ;- ' " --• ---'v ¦- — Mr, Fairfield moved^suspension of the tide. . ,0 ... .._.. ? . Mr. Parker called for the yeas and iiays," whTcii-v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

Pennsylvania Ikegislatwr' c Correspondence of tl. 6 Herald & Eipo«Itor_ ' '. '. EXTRACT OP A t'ETTEn, DATED " ' , Iiurrisl>urgK [ Matc\i 3rt838. : Monday 26th.—The Senate to-duy' had under consideration the bill lor the empllivrnent of moral In<itructor3 in the Eastern and Western Peiiitentiaries. . Mr. Jones inquired of Mr. Leet, who ha'dtlie bill iiihU charge; -IVIiat is"a Moral .Instructive? Mr. Leet answered that a tnoral instructor ia an officer, whose duty it ia to educate tjiej2rJsoji^er^in __y_v^_fenersil principles" of Imorality, and there fit them for becorniiig.respectaule Cilizeiw,' when they happen to be discharged, he wenta't length iilto thesubject. Mr.James|expressed his disapprobation.: of'the proposed einployment of an instructor on the ground tljat minister' .would be.eniploycd. Mr. 1'cnrose] explained she ~\yariirfav'oi-*ew«~of inTFo^ucin^religioiT into, the murals taught.'' He held (hut-morality and reli gion are iiiacperaUle^He'Iia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

'On 'llie-'tst'i'iV. hv life HeVrJiilin bfriSn'i J^r. SamuelZPurH^uf York bountyi to' MissZMricy Kir.k, ot Juniata county;" .--.:V" '¦ . ..•; 'i .it -,','- -^*-J ——' .; -On Jllf Samb day, By! the same, Mr, Jfitltani »ty. rf?&/<!/«:,0'.Mil*>tf'''> Shae/ter; all of Uieltihsoii lUw'tlsljjp."':^ IfSSfcci " ¦ ^ ¦*•.-:• j.;-"1,;,-,..; :. ¦.;" :--i At Fripndship, on the 6ll\'uH.''',D\','thelUil XV. U C<!ffin,-;fK O. Deal; ofilie fialtimc-ieai nual Crttifereiice, formerly bf ShippensbiirgfBo ,Mrs." JagfNi AlcPherson, of -Friendship."'^.*! ArVi'iida|-coiiii(y,:'JMd.' '_;. • ''-'v"1 " . fl. (VnlTie 13tii "-iilt;'; iri.'St'. Paiil'i piiiu-6h, De troit, Michigan, by the Kt. tt^v. 9. Ai McCo.-<kn', Mr.' Jiiae.ph C. ffingwhlt, formerly.of iliis phice, iai,\hl Cornelitf Matilda, daughter of __,'...»., Mig her, Esq:j all-of Detroit city.: , , , ?..„',,.,,,; - -:'- -.' .-- - .' "- r| "''¦' '¦ '-¦' "-¦ .-*S '•'"''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

THJE IPMllZ.tMEll ? - N. Jvol in 'Ye loycly crealures, «_^edr«n'« tail,, best gift to man,':' on whose fair cheeks the flowers of spring are jtiet beginning to open, whoare'yet innocent, and can boast of the simple youthful heartland. fefTgue sincere,' Witfi souls as pure ond undefiled as hiiure herself,—be. on your guard.'— that ,ye are not. too soon eritraped by the enticing facinatlohsof a gay aiid.pddywoild^wliich invites and solicits' thee—and forget .not, that thou too must lear n. the many arts ofcoquetry, and gallantry,^- flir soon, (perhaps already,) thou will be free frpm the maternal yoke, to-go unrestrained, whei-esoeyer thy inclinations'may *st feadtliee, to the Theatre—to ihe dance, <ir wjiat.flof, where ^ amidst the noise, thp laugh, and the festivity of lh5P,ace, thou wilt beholfl a queer little-animal, ornamented.With;^^ ^^ rh' e«t consists in the showy outwajiVapparal—this beaUti rul littU$ lece. 6f ?rlec3rated furniture,' may l?^:*!".'?;!. 5rl'!P«-On^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

Balii*$fp<*M: oWTarket s ' Fir tTie^kiftcKctiditig March 3. FfiOUR. — WejfflBtihue to qiinte at 58,00 from stores, and J^jR-froih-wagons. GRAIN.— •Whea ir:~ No domestic in martetrj-cbiiSidevRbleTuranTities" o^-Fo-pptgir red have been s'old-|tt from 5l,60aRi,65. \^i note a sale of 9000 hushelsat gL 03. • CORN.—Sales of white at 70 cts, andyellow at 65 cts per bushel. OATS;VSales at 37 cts per bushel. WHiSICEVl—vrhere^liaa been rather moi'C-demaiid^or4>hli-an'd-Twe-qu9,c;-,t.|i(ji)» from at 33a34^cts.; Moderate saleiiof hhds at 32CtS. - '".-'—. .^i-l.i fo. /n ¦¦".:'/-¦>.¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

Wiilatlelphifi Market. • .!\¦.'l«^^¦ifa!toiimQ'^iJtgMa&amp;h!i;¦ ' •- ~ - ?_iPUR.yiAiip"^SCilSXL-rSaiev in small pa^fe,•M$7,$0\i\i,7S-\&gt;er l&gt;bl.,.of fair, to I'ancp6l.di(is, with limited suflpliesand a de cie'atilnjg stock. Rye Flour is dull &lt;H £4.87,1 to$5 pertbW. •; Corn Mehl—salcain hhds » at pi 6\^0Jianditi,blil» .r«j,j,o)ue'extent,'. al.S3.5Q each. Buckwheat iMeaH,laYjje sales at $'i,~- 624 pe"rc'wt:», -?, &lt;"' ? GRAIN—Market quiet, and n'o supplies wriving'by-water1 . Sales of inferior -to giiud lfenimyilyania, at jjli;60,,a 1, 62^ some-very PI'i'me.(s)t S^i3r.C..-,'i-;ln ..Uye no sales of lale.--. .Qqro-**a. WV&lt;, r»ri't:MgnnS' »l ~ G7* 08cents pefs .nishei: - Orti&lt;.i—.s^fis-^ Si'cis,-demand Imi-:tcd.v,&gt;«,.:_,( ¦Zi]'":*^':' )' ;:-'.- 'l.-j:':'"^ - ¦* &gt;.:':. ' '-, V SPIRITS —\\Miiskey' is Uufl. withrsalci, in lhdsfrbr.i*toie at;29|a29cts, Hhd Mm wag; on.!, at 28: of bbt.s Ul«.nW&lt;tt kct tijuilimei bk''V.' <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

CAR-XI:S£;E.-; --7; " Tuesday, foarch 6,- »S^S. t-~^?s;-,—.,—,, 1 _ ^ , ( Imli : The People's Candidates^ ?f —^-FOlHMt ESI DliNTr-^- L wm*M* iEtixib%]Ba£)&lt;e&gt;st» FOIt_VlCE PRESIDENT. a? J3 2lCT^BJaiBiiSNg^Ba8" ~z~~~zszlz. —^,_j....,,.,.!..,..,__.» .-.^—'.j±L^. ' ~L: ^".7.,:?"."-r,.i^..:. iPemocratic .fiitHniasonic Can--¦- ttiilate for Governor) ^©;S^ 2?]i -.:S"2^S™^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

W ' JOSEPH- RlTKBRi- : . -. ^ ^' '.¦'. (Orln'cdifseq'iieitce of tho -nbs'enve .of-llie e'di-Jor, ive have been obi iged to isiue our piiper tliis '-jvecif: without i|s-;usual quaii tity of cilttdrisl. ina'liaii'^V:;^? zf'-zzz'z ^ ^*--- .--;? .-:-?'--.,: ..-'- • t«»«©*&lt;—^ ¦ ..?.-¦ :'-'• " . }:££J&amp;&lt;l&amp;' 0"M!^ bamicr-j&gt;ii: the,j ulivardwaU.'-- .The;Washington County Farmer, /is again before .the freemen of. this tion.nion--wealth as a Candidate for the office of Governor, on the unaniinous recommendation of a full convention of the representafives'of the yeomanry of tbe slate. The proceedings of the Democratic Antiinasonic Convention will be laid before the -readeia-QOhLS;napeiM)cxl. . w,cek_ r-^~- General DAVID it. PORTER, of Huntington county lias been nominated by t1Tev"arMiuren party as the forlorn //o/K~agTrih»t tlie'FXR." MER. The result of the contest between those two gentlemen in October next cannot be doubtful. g..^g_i,„ Fire! '- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

—•"?0©©^^— . ._ A Land Offico Transaction.' We are-informed of the following .facts bj( a gentleman who look- |$art in Ihe . transaclioi.i A shorUiine,siiice_a^-gc)itleuian-went--tov.the^-land office at ?Springfield, lo_entei: ICO acfes of lapd. He had bank nojes; but w-aslold that'lluy would hot do to'enter land,'and he miist get tho specie-. On inquiring where it could "tie had, he was told by one of tlie. officers 6V tlieirclerk, that ifcould be.got of the postmaster., Olf- he went to the ]»ostinast#r-and^gr,ced-with^iin„fox..thc_isil_i(!£ aj jOour (iepciffnt. premium. The "postmasier tljen went with him io the lari.d,office, and. told j.he Officers or- their clerk (onej'or both of then, be ing present,') to let tlie gciijlvmanhave the laud, he.would-lK_&gt;t.l__fe-si,lver -ior..,-tl.eiii.-.-WhereiipQb the person wishing io.enter the l ^ rid,,paid (lie p..iglmaster eight dollars, and tho clerk in iHe land office two 'Trumffbd' doltairrn^anlrTtmsi; and Iheii th'i duplica...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

GARk .'V"?¦ ,, HTf" HAVE justreceivei. ¦ •••«. ia, ted SeedmShrMr. D. L »,-'-. adelphia. a large and very ge.nei^: ¦ Seeds,'-warranted of the'growth of lo*:. ' " .-¦'• ¦'- S.ELWO'il. Asparagtii, , f- Brown Dutch. " " '-,^. Green Cos, White Co&lt; , Befetj ,...'-¦ tiarlycurted. Long red or blood. ~~ Earlyjurnip rooted, . tTIelOn, , —--^- Water, Nutmeg-, Ciran, BeallS, dwarfi. :-,-¦ ¦ — . ,_'.. Long pod. - "-?•. Naktunmrn, :"''¦. " Red speckled valentine Okra'--" .--.--_-. Brown do '•- do , « *-~.. China, white with red OlliOIl, .,,VS' _''.,'¦ Silver skin, Wh.tekidneyfc Wethersfield ted, fan,).J Crambury (busli.) ,Straw»burg.7orgfy&lt;fiii Early, yellow, - , . I _ - ja^MH. runners, ' ?*r?I*;Ps., Lima,- . . ?.? .___ ?™*™&amp;r,eatrajhk&gt;- . Cromberrjrfpbje). -' ' p^iW Borecole, LanaVetH's extra earl^_ Sdotcl. kale; ^ -"J" ^ 5?^^,? ¦ ' -. German kaleW greens, ' ^CI '»r,w X, ¦ rj^--.-"— -' Large marrowfat, r.llilia&amp;p-- Dwarfro^rrowfat; V Tt ?t VT "Blue inVf'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

IgU^JJl^a-E^jLTOR. - ; BY GKOliGE M. PHILLIPS. '' ^^^^S^K0 ¦ «^fNMJ t^p^fc-w^ /»V ^'^ &amp;f^r^^ ^""r"'f^fvxlA. ' "^\_y ¦ c • KsJ^/V^isfy-^Sciifc^Mj \/*^S TsftrjScP^f *Sfm*}S^~W'fo&amp; wlyy vffif&amp;iim -: MftjMmtWlm&amp;I^'^K^ ¦ ^isSliiJaK^Wl^Wf^i Mi ¦ Wn!rjiFfixwls"MA J^mfSS^'fir - ffis\\ -r( Jk ai\ nri 1 ^—'-* .': "^^^^^^ra^^;' ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

..'-.^..^^y; At York'^Pa: b'n.Fritlay tasl.in the6.3d'"year o tiis-ag'e, the Rev- Pathick O. JOw'en,'lale. Vas \o\ ofllje Roiiian t'utholfc C,huru'lj in. .thiiii nlace

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 March 1838

J •''-.. . "1 • '- uittrrisburgyJEa. -. ¦__; J-. W' &lt;PohnMon.".. ttp ESl'RtrrFUL-lA' informs hisfiieiirls aecl ¦^-'¦^ -the iiiiblic'llia'tlW has taken"t'he'Pii'blic HoiiSe;-lately; kept:by? i\Ir. John Smull.at t'.ic ciiiiier 'of 'M'.iiket1 Square, Harrhiburg. known as-the' -:.., . . ,- '•¦• '" ' .1^;§ .bs5^:«to^Tb©;s:e f,,; 7 Which hi? Iras hired up in-handsome style, f.ir ihe..acr.oiiimo(l.i'tinn of the public", "Mi!. 'table,i* well supplied-:with the best the ni»r. ket ^ afioiiKj l)Ts 'bar With1 the' choicest .of li-&gt; (]U6is and? jVliiei?- ,land'prompt and ohiigir.g ¦ servants art kept alw ay's ready to attend .to j the wants of customers, __-..„? ----- '. . .1 -.He-has taken the stand wfth a determiriai-i lion to spare-no pains or expense'toniskc'his'j It on St equal.'to'any'Jn the country. I&gt;y keeping.] every, departmcjit umlei'theMififiiiittntlc-n'c.e i, of tlic'ttios't competent and f.iii'l.ful; and,,'by ]' persnnal Jt.ttcntinu. to give cveiy sutisfaqt...

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