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Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 28, 1843, Milwaukee, Wisconsin ELISHA STARR PAPER THE LAWS RESOLVES AND PUBLIC TREATIES OP THE UNITED STATES ARE PUBLISHED BY VOLUME VII WISCONSIN SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1843 EDITOR 99 Duncan la lo Congress in district and in I Cleveland and Staik counties whig Lorain and Columbia are Locofoco co pnl in her heji licks nnd elected a Knox Lucas whig Reed ed in Erie eo 1300 maj Wellington co hos given about ISO Loco maj Butler co has ted a whig Congressman The whig canal is as far as heard frum a- head SMALL POX In Pittsburgh the VTe refer oor readers to the report of the relied and thereby elected the ticket Bwrd Health in column From j SHQW week ago last Saturday ii the determination of the Board to do their duly he of wi- predict a speedy termination the disease in lown The Start New York Her aid of 20th tilt the exigence of this circular as Some twelve since secret govern mem were sent to every consul arid The Trustees of our village seem to be tiding at the lime considerable ciency While are In ihc way of publi improvements we would suggest the propriety j British employer on continent to spy cf having a few lamps on Water street weary traveller from j j now going in a dark night We would also re- j spreading iu the keeping of a night watch the building on street j NEWSPAPER Coi the as security against fire respecting stoves pipe Standard lately sent his boy on a col- other chimneys pound of caution if olten a benefit lo a village Some be adopted lo the distance which wharves should extend into the river in construction will add much lo the beauty of the water in tear It is also that in some of Mores quantities of powder kepi You looting lonr We two months since sent our b on the same errand o both William with a bundle billi starts on a collecting lour He is faithful I nnd has considerable experience way He travels to a dozen different towns and fur the sake of seeing in erch town a dozen mites He has in all that authority had teller make some due and travels iwo usina every nnd what is the result I He re s fur own good and the good of tisc public vs had partly promised a friend never to mention the name turns with perhaps twenty dollars which is to his expenses In addition to he ihc f-rntilving that slopped because he dunned and twenty-five dollars of incur the request of a number of hundred been cancelled by dividual we publicity lo Mr Juneau s letter lual u j at the office settle may be means of removing present when sell their wheat TAry don't want to and plac ing fume decent citizen of in the ft ty ol Mr to Mr contrary of cf Mr Bryan we have the had him the man lo Mr Yuen We have received tlis firs ot a paper under the in Mew Yolk Wm L zie It is and severe ag for Presidency Tie Mr Van speeches that he is Jic e-i man in United It is A writer in the New Orleans Bulletin who subscribes himself 30 years an says it an upon the per The disaster on b lard the Clipper was sioned by want of in ilte boilers no- more engineer h id Hied tne gauze cocks he would have found it so sud raised Mmm he up 1 suppose the out in scoundrel let it ofT It is a notorious Inet no will burst if water the flues even a e wife as lona as there ol in it ns old Wheat d in Wisconsin said to be worth more pel lhal raised in U was Hied al Monroe county k Inst the murder of The jury after an absence of o ned a v el did of nol guilty Mr Capl of in his and H-COV- The tcf a freight and ol sii for A short Irnn he met a which and drove her lo It was We the above from the ahl of been in the papers he have seen pine unmixed Illinois Wheat has been n the nl The is ol the 1 es hf Bnt we do nut Herald has dune us al We our from a Chicago W t TO THE PUBLIC To qne who unused 10 such as lam is by no means ble and particularly nol In a person Is to enter into a contest of kind an individual any with In life nr even whose touch one acquainted with history and acter would be disposed to nun as from the ot a viper fn his pain The hissing of a reptile and exhibition of its poisonous fangs may provoke placing of a heel upon its head when ii might be permitted in drae its slimy length life and pursue groveling course without or notice I have been subject of Of this however I was disposed in complain linle an assurance that my zens generally fully selfish and character of the who were against me an well as in- justice of which 1 vim the in change thai was effected All this was fully indicated by and emphatic condemnatory lic with reference to and ly my removal and more recently by not gratifying result of n similar expression through medium of the ballot box Bui ter having been the subject of lion those 111 rough whose agency wag accomplished nol satisfied wi h the injury inflicted now deem it proper to add which jus Ice to If be ed even though from a source which tinder circumstances would very erly be deemed rm of place if not to It is stated by in of the course of Post Department ards that my was nol based upon grounds but lo matters connected with or growing out of the management ofthe and ill proof of t his he refers to a teller from Mr addressed to a gentleman of the in which a of this kind is whatever source charges Of character alluded lo 1 leel ii due 10 myself to to have been nnd to be fiedly false and to denounce the and re- if them whoever may have been or be w her the mot a I nuisance who now repeats them or the occupant of a dti ial station in the I have been informed endorsed nnd used his in my removal and of the present incumbent as and knowingly and maliciously such As to the manner in which my duties as were I and nearly zens in the town and while Jam proud lo this as a of character of accusations me so far lean also point to t testimony as an tion ol the public view reasons for my removal and as an of me lic sentiment with reference the ness Uic and standing al who was lo succeed me 1 am con- Ih it my was principally if not solely lei be attributed lo to false charge to tae department I a brawling 01 iv and thai the ment of No nan was ied by hypocritical on his pan of hi ad- administration he had and most and by him Ais services anc those of his press be directed sustaining the interests of the Judging frum zeal wish which IMS engagea in of P O ami the al course of sheet h but refired since his mem the which he t would seem lobe qui c: plain while his for lie purpose of lo iio lip dirty work to him would seem to be ble self most decide f against me immediately be- fore election and ased an influence me as he could safely do so De- chaiHcterizes his movement glories in his shame This bled him to get office and this alone enables him lo retain his take where he is known His de- ami his professions of regard for its in- as well as his pretended respect for the interests and of foreigners are belied by his hollow and designing as he is Known to be false and and est Although ht has succeeded in gulling Ih President and Post Office in reference to his i he cannot longer gull the public In this respect and when I in conclusion pronounce him lo be a liar and an I will be excused for the harshness of my language upon ground ihal I merely and popular ment SOLOMON JUMEAU There Is no serious question as to the Whig candidate It is to be en- we envy Aim the honor having awakened friends and kit more than we should thai of the of- fice if with which they are so earnestly bent lo and reward the closing years ol his I lit I tlle Webster's friends in the making a feml of putting him forward as a competing forthe hut it evidently means On tht SSd ultimo inn of O Baldwin ol Chili climbed it tree nr the pose nf honey n US feet from the ground having put i rope round hit and listened it tn tho iree lie culling the branch Hurra I 11 DOLE A T the WISCONSIN S it TRUNK nothing more lhan an lo answer al last j Many embrace different from ih mi- nis own unanswered question where he should commonly in order lo thow thai pro IMS rigging of vessel was not more liable lo accident In a Rale iml the c ptain railed to procure another vessel for conveyance of hit passengers A number other under the have commenced copper rock lias caused here in the of WCM has been from the of the liver lo It -1 and is at per cent rock and al tuok it lo Detroit j v Wn to henr that thc L F Ih U S Senators of stale of Missouri in no mote St Lnn a Ariel of died at St unii had the I am of ever having in the est to in on a few occasions when in ils detained for a few hours til v i 3 fd to of of family lout on and beloved by both political friends and opponents of and adorned hy genius and cultivation of a high order his mory witl be cherished hy with pride and affection His in the in bo- Missouri and her particular interests en- title him to citizen of the and in him she has truly lost one of her most sons Dr lately married and abroad has been slopped on the borders of Prussia by n order At present he is at Baden and Mr Everett n engaged in a the Prussian Minister at the revocation of hn at the nml for n simple e liy hin throat Not lie tried to cut hia aim off in OHS nnd in alive run t by the Propeller Independence near licr and injured The was so badly injured that lo low her to Chicago iti co of the United lo show hrs hride The friendly services rendered hy act his papers sent off but in tins a charge or has with the public will judge On the principle of Ihal slung the hand which warmed ii lite he seeks to make a done him a effect injury of the donor But this K character ol Ihc i cannot call him man sign frequent groundless charges me through the columns ol his paper connected with of my official duties when postmaster and even white recipient nf the object of his truckling to ad- i ai km his excessive laudations o Mr Ty I appointees particularly con- post have been made by sami developments of the pasi few a ml exhibit in a sinning and unenviable the dis- reputable character of the men the means thai were in producing my removal What the post office was under my auspices the public know Thai il was never used for advancement of parly aims that it was nev eo again 1 is the reply now sought tn be Into the aims of the ly now thai not only the epeclat English and expedition have but also every shadow nf a hope vanished of keeping on the acs ol things then alone can he the man and the indications are apparent e- nf indeed it not be that the rally and sir to bs made far Mm will e- if not surpass in vehemence and in profusion of means forts uf Review AN AWKWARD SITUATION Bullen was Indicted at Norwich on Saturday for burglariously entering the ling house of one Sarah with intent lo steal her goods have n mind able tn lor themselves nml superior to whit they without whether erroneous dicea are belter they ed All grumble at the unsubstantial of worldly and yet many them tithe PI of a strong neither lo enjoy this lit nor the next Ii nol uncommonly it lhat such an one in nud that too In a Christian at a meeting of Mil lions of people are most shout whn they least after mid for n any a day they and leire their money to wiio have of it and ore for the firat time eulogized praise of man can avail them Hat Transcript This caused most ment in conn and kept the auditors in a chorus in hn from ils thc Urbana to its conclusion The stales that she w aged living al Barningham and thai on the ol the uli she by a down the chimney upon the of her bedroom She slip the me as of a person in She immediately leaped from he bed and ran to the house of n neighbor in my undercoat and out shoe or said she Having sin up nnd ami heard nly i slip down he and a groan ed she returned to her house and while slie was in a lane leading il she heard loud and deep groans proceeding from her room and somebody a praying She and her went into bedroom and discovered thai the groans came trom one in ney who prayed ID be let iin ior smothering Who are the I'm chi the intruder for sake let me out I'm stuck last by the chin gei up or They then the chimney and saw a mini's toes down Krate his be- ing nut of Finding they him down n carpenter or and with a pickaxe Ii took down the ard and and released the man from his ance most vile It was ilie prisoner And my lords msec nt rix il mall snj lie KOI on hisself only his and He was severely and and as sewn as he could give anv of himself he declared he knew where the ol his nor how he gal up chimney not what he did it for Upon the premises were in annim i appeared ilia he ascended bv a cherry tree which grew a- the chimney sad and lonely coach where form is stretched uncheered by the uf eternal day i Over thc poor unhappy wasted clay no bodies nnd hy Irts Matt River Railroad find the following The letlina Mad River Lake Erie Railroad from to of Hi place on ultimo We lean the compact for the entire work was given Mr Reed of Tiffin at 000 per work in be completed for he laying of rails by the 1st of August There was a sale of lots in own of Carey a the same time We learn tha some forty five lots were at prices varying from The Tin PEH new pen machines are said to nf making COO pens in an hour with UK greatest ease Parliamentary returns nt test the fact that 183 of steel are annually used in the in IF equivalent to of pens So Al in liis on ink anil paper Three preises ore in the nut flitt of anther ces the holes and cuts the nd the other rounds them into qu 11 farm After ished and tempered a pair ami completes the thc tiling such as it is is done Briz The Effort Capt man sailed from New York on i fa anchored ill Narrows where she lem etf during the night on account ol head winds Saturday Bjorr ing she 10 be on fire and could no be gui The steamer went to her assistance and soon infer an entirely stein and after deck of the nnd more or lest injured or but none of them dangerously Cargo abd a nil and Ins ever been before and ai a furmer very low pi cheap cr cheaper lhan can be bought at any other establishment in t te country We are pleased lo compare prices with ern Manufacturers knowing that uur are as low SB prices limb nn wh eh he was standing juve way He nearly opposite the Inn or a spring in order as supposed to grata H ill Mill be found m- but the rope slipped over hit In the line of the business ind more bend and the unfortunate man fell H STUCK 20 leel from the tree he lull be- tween two trees from one inc a his head n fag It is that lie was not instantly killed and still more so that lie yet survives yet such is the fact is a prospect of his recovery No bones were Democrat One man a woman because she looks well when she never dances after- wards Another marries he lody hus a and marriage he never lakes the trouble to admire A third marries fur Inve which wanes with honey moon A fourth lor that his wife does not choose to die to complete his satisfaction And a being old in dom marries a young woman who soon a match for him by growing with Thousands do because eia have done the sume before them upon the grand principle thai many Marks mike a white LEATHER We have Just received a large general and well selected of Sole Leather Upper Leather Calfskins Kip Skins Sheep Skins Bindings Peps Leather Bridle do Hand do ing Horsehide itc A-c who are competent lo examine our and the prices before purchasing where A fine lot of Ox and Cnw of quality from the smallest u the largest in use Any plastering fresh from mint Trimmine and work done nnd despatch Materials always on hind Curled Hair Moss India Rubber Hair N B Cash paid for Green and Dry Hides 11 all limes WHEELER CURTISS Sept 35 Godey's Book for 1844 EV MHS AND The left Magazine trf umt fit greatest circulation of in tke It contains LINP MEZZOTINT Munc and by best of the United States A fit fat Inducement to new For every new subscriber sending lars we will send a copy of ROOM AH NU A I FOR Oil A FOR This is a quarto Annual 15 and Gl pages of Reading b lie must celebrated Authors or for every neu subscriber sending Dollars we will send i copy of CENTRE TABLE ORNAMENT Or a volume of Book or Satui Courier Smut clay Post or six months is lo be distinctly understood that the above refer Hi NKW or such old may paid up AM and for in advance In dt wt Those send al unec FALL A WINTER JT rmm CO i a f Call which wilt tor MH of country produce Caih BOOTS SHOEt inO do 000 pair do ion JOI do kip do Hi thick for for t by Attention the n MBW JUST RECEIVED per at Directly the Inn of clothing mane in latest New York In part Pilot and Beaver Cloth Sack Kersey and Black Lined and Steel mixed do Silk Satin and Wool Ac which will be sold Cheaper CALL AMD TROUBLE TO SHOW 88038 All of Produce IB 13 Grey du do Ho Just and for sale al Sept ID heavy brown Sheeting do bleached a do st CD'S nud bloom 2 Tierce pure at lit Cloves Cainia St IU citron bunch OHIO Ib Ohio A and for stile by 1 LAUD a lante of al wholo u r at BYRON Co's A NKW LINE OF in lime ia have valuable on heir Tables by Christinas We will give the premiums that any publisher may ofTer Tlic price of one subscription is 500 Five 1000 1500 Eleven L A GODEY Hall ill out c the Thai it in a remarkable feature in the aspect of the present limes thai nearly nil of principles in our public light brightness no cherub hovering In vain are the charms of friendship and bosom opened The hope may gleam a briaht on mind but are cold ami cheerless vivifying ence passes over the brain no holy ecstatic joy fills and sou O il is hard dying when tions of religion are when the past and bring in the dreadful sentence all is IOM I wnen no ann makes strong the inner man when the outer into the bed of dying when the assurance of word are brought home lo coreco Duncan the of democracy in Ohio a in 1810 a part of which we publish Dr Howe to the Poles their struggle for in 1831 the un fnr he is entering the dominions of King Frederick William IV Ho also it said interdicted from setting his cm ilie soil of IM In EL Hughes was lo from the ness nnd and physical which him everywhere in IIo Hint it is nol only who are poor nnd those who would lain sortie I cr made point of meeting for and the stricken one in language that be a of United hy can do at you nr in stale one old the market of lo he has j the town the lias come miles in foot with na and were and the lives of their shelter in j What unmitigated with the fit her IVo jeopard by coming in it may cliques of politicians and thai 1 myself was not a violent but kept aloof Irom the strifes of day need nol b in the citizens of are fully aware of all this But is the post now and present in II ever a office was used for parly purposes that lime is ever an this kind was desecrated by made the scene of junto meetings and operations may be if ever a ins and dishonest poli was lo office lhat individual is J A Noonan Is not this a commentary upon of removals for and 1 propose now briefly to refer to history of the idler from Mr which Noonan savs is in his possession and from he presented a ihal I consider letter as al all in any bearing il have against me but for the purpose ol iting in it's proper light the conduct of those cabin and enouch to eat deemed it proper and thai in Inn in Nn forward of the and and Tli is is a 1 has com- chn as a color and though homely in its texture enthusiastically cull a country osier find tka patty in friends and the number is not small have been led lo irust the whig principles of Mr Webster to doubt his eo operation with the whigs of in the approaching Slate will be 10 learn from New thai il understands from good will the of a good fat office county The Bulletin adds that Mr has illy declined that if his services were al all in the corning e they might at any time and in from lo nnc of the flues nf her starboard 2 persons nny way be I be true and we no doubi ii is we have a sive quarter to which he intends lo Ilis Rochester speech so far us it re icd lo polities at all was filled with sound and wilt oe responded toby the ol Tariff Courier the last war a ve eran living ocean never went to beil having a well gun by One there was a violent der storm which shook thc house to ils lion I screamed his wife KCI have landed or Day of has come 1 don't know which By said the old soht'i-r jumping up lei ii i T SIIKI me utu jumping up lei m t Rubber Factory in come on they'll find me ready for rov st Province boiler burst ami convicted in of y Hie steamer Missouri lo Congress by of from 1000 of A bachelor up street Pittsburgh Pa picked up a He stood medita ting on ibe probable beauty of the owner when lie pressed it to his Oh that it were fair cheek of the wearer Just as be had finished a big wench looked out uf an upper window and said Boss dis please tu dal of mine in de jeal The man a laid lo have iin extract trorn the letter in question be to public This leller was ten to Gen and was handed bv him ins hK Ute visil here in a wiy in Mi Crocker I was informed nf by General himself find was desired lo call on Mr C and see the leller I called on ihN gentleman accordingly when I ascertained that he or sons best known 10 himself had passed the ler over lo Noonan and next thins thai trans- pires with reference lo it is an article appears in a newspaper Bow far this should be con- a breach of confidence or may ed in accordance with rules ttf propriety ihal generally govern private intercourse of tlemen the public The importance which Noonan attaches to this nnd the credit which he seems ed in to himself for remaining sileni reference lo il afier the are somewhat amusing Does simpleton understood the soul feeding afier promises to Rock of Ages and ri- up in of Lord of This is of one resolutions passed by the loco loco county convention It proclaims a falsehood so far as il applies the press fur nt no former period have ciples been more prominent in ot the Whig than now We presume the resolution is based upon the light which thc committee derived from their papers It is tian of them Dem O Ti the Inle Agricultural Fair at the premium far the best ty of flour to the Akron This result is due probably to newer soil ol Ah run with a yet supply of the cal element The Altron expresses its el ns il is considered lhat nur floor took the premium in pies master on consecrated by I flour in Union and in a w Hill inc pose thai testimony this where my appearance lhan known anct had been ID biy passed my s ul the prevails and It is then that man looks upon Calif n pillais in which he had gloried with n smile anil beholds unmoved the crumbling fle ed he breaks Ins bonds he flies away to dip his pinions in the loot ot uncreated light Semblance and Reality jr thus hits off the contrast between semblance and reality in I he scenes of a by the young folks of his imaginary congregation -A lie may nol be an angel though she Elides males of iht dance like a spirit and studded stars The veiling man may behold his admired object in thc morrow in the true chance emptying a in the guner with fiock pinned tip cheeks pale for the want of hair and ex- cept what lies in the her whole con- lour wearing the appearance of an angel med through a brush inin a ol wretchedness and wo Now mv dear friends supposing a does happen to up beauty in such a predicament 1 I say it is a for him and if he don't like il hs must keep away from those ces wuere is patched up for sion and a she-devil anil a are one nnd same Every hall Is a masquerade ils areas false as they appear lobe fair and when comes to unmask mem can nn greater lions inside or out for can do il unles they have the spring halt in one leg as horses When I see s chap lip lo a girl performing con- stant revolutions at the rale of six a minute 1 can't help suspecting thai he to cei round ber in a very nonsensical O is a silly piece A puppy whirling after his tail makes a much i a couple of the ludicrous city which manufactures more Hour any cither in the whole world il must be Akron manufactures have Die best mills the beat wheat and the hest workmen any lobe found this side of sun rise Baltimore Sun for a day or two rumor has been prevalent in that oily that advices of an ims character had been received at ington to the that instance nf regent the government Imd determined upon taking of and hnd actually takin urea to that end The Sun could learn ing to a belief in it Power of cer published in the vicinity of the of ACADEMY HE second term of under the direction of Mr M B commence nn 301 h of October From experience in and in leachs ing the instructor hopes tit enable student to make every proficiency slid lo ifer school the of Ih community Tuition as For all under 10 nf age 00 per jr over common 3 00 POST COACH FROM to ria ville Whitewater Ft M hither es and e Oct P I 4 01 G 00 i lkl Sheet and B ir nnd Amer cnn Iron Rig Dnr India Tm Pipe Patent Iron Wire 8 and Copper all articles per and Tin manufacture for al wholesale or retail at the Iron Siore oct 13 C CAN be Tound at the Iron Store 900 Cnok Parlor and Piste nf the latest siles Al n all kinds ol Slave Pipe Tin Copper and Sheet Iron ware for sale cheap bv Oct 13 1843 C IRON AND S IRON every description as at nny other House in the the Milwaukie Iron Store by oct IS C PRAIRIE Isrge just re- at the Milwaukie Iron and for C ini Ar 1 he in only of 1 throe times a wci k from Mi tw mi It it- la Mil WHO and tt A M rum the moat nf Good driveri are placed upon the road will lo whn to 1 rave I route DAVIS MOORE A Co N B our where can he taXen lor H d lo order WINDOW 40 20 SO 10 HI 10 1 n hv 10 SKI lOhy llbyia Hi r 17 10 10 10 10 It 10 10 all dy 11 by 1C 11 17 1 hy IH 18 by tr 12 hv It by IS received and A-r aate A Sept 25 by A T CLARKE A Co nnw to do all Jobbing in tht Tin Cap pel Lead Sheet Iron nt no- and for reasonable Call tt trw Iron Store 19 C LOG A CABLE sand pf ands assorted sites just at the Iron Store by oct 12 C JUST received til the Irnn Store 100 bcues GLASS attn Oil While Whiting Rope of al Whiting and Oakum Manilla pe of all hy oct 12 C C the How np of the TS no v of in part M of iron steel cut ond river by ex I wrought isili nnd Ima or my 1 should be sony in have a reeling in so frail a basis It could LOI have been eft to the any more than from source had an influence to buildup for Noonan where he is and where his character been a fur honor and The knave loo chuckles al the public the lic of or withholding frum the people information which be im- in lea line lo a correct estimate nf the of office is under any circumstances a vety questionable mode of At any is nol and never will be a pan of my democracy to sanction such a course and ii may be wll to remark to Noonan litre that if I believed him to be sincere in his lhat he the information in his possession from a fear of my tion I could nol thank him fur it bet knowing him to be thai for him Cows WRUNG DP heard nf several instances which were giving a good of milk up In one of Mr berlain giving the cow an ounce of in a of menl brought a return of milk in a verv E Farmer The raze for it a con- fire more the brighter it glows Opposition it love hut alone extinguishes first step but of each one A man going is like a ball of gnaw It slowly and diminutive hut its progress increases in and grows in size till like an avalanche it destroys every He starts by degrees and in crime as he proceeds till and virtue and honesty and all that ennobles and deifies man are swallowed op r fs but increased He 1 all f rowing ont of tbo firat in iin The Bayou Sara where the occurred is a mile wide Twenty seven were killed by the A white man of the name of Martin dangerously slabbed by a black man named Buffalo on the ISib the Board of Health of Town held the lowing list of cases of Sm case tea ibe present Whole number of cases since breaking out of he disease 86 Discharged after cure 13 Deaths 5 Remaining in Town 3 Remaining at the 5 95 Since the appointment of the present Board but two cases which have copper and sheet of heavy wure hollow wnre anned and wooden ware lead salt oil stones tools farming tools tar pilch and oakum MILWAUKIE IRON STORE Oct 12 1843 FARMER Just step mlo the liiK Iron Store and look nt ilie nall Pox was dies Scythes Sick lea Hoes Hay i has occurred daring els and Spades and all manner of 1 C Batter WINDOW qualities tnd sites for bi boxes 10 XS 20 10 X 14 10 X Ifc For sale sell goods st wholesale or retail low st curt be nt writ Western who been to will do well to look tt my and ire 18 I j OOO af ed Lumber fur sale ait the New Lumber Yard in the rear uf the Cabinet and Chair opposite Milwaukie July U INg PERSONS indebted to estate nf Jm P t re ted to cull upon Wm P Lynde aid their MARIA Aug 40 A LARGE of Wooden Ware chenp by Sept IS -n Fnr F WARONER act Barrels of kev just and for sale chenp by TAXES O utl il ia hereby given that I the SJ day in next the dale nt this T been removed from town ions daily about lown meet and report Ol all cases thai occur the community will be promptly informed This js due to the citizens uf the lown and country as Rant accounts have been circulated and alarm thereby created JOHN DEXTER TAFT T SILAS GRIFFITH T J MOVES WV L BEAN of til all for sale WILLIAM Collector of far County UST veil a larce assortment of hen OL Stone Ware which will be fur Jane 16 1843 I A ARNOLD PAPER a large assortment abort which will W cold low n June J and Chins il kinds T F WARU kinds Tor by HKR Sept It Lhs uf nil for by F BOOTS 300 do 50 ill Ane niter 10 boxes thick loots U do fine will be sold very low lor Sept 18 1843 r WARRNER JUST received hy the lot of pure Wines and Liquors of 4 pipes 4 to 4 Vt Croix Ram casks Port Wine Mad do do Which will low Sept HATH AMD thc n rm mr sv 4 T ClaUrof
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