The following l
line* will be read witlij DR* WILLIAM L* DA\
than when they tint appeared f 10NTINUE8 the practice of his Profession,
V and may be found at all times, wb
in the H Unkm,” a few short weeks since:—
THE HERO’S LAST HOURS.
BY FARE BEMAJUN.
"A feta more Hoyt, and all trill be over with the
Hero of the Hermitage.”—Daily paper.
A few mote days, and he must sleep in death—
A few more days, and unto God, who gave,
The brave old hero must resign his breath.
And sink serenely to a tranquil gravel
Sink like the sun, more glorious at last
Than when his rays in broad effulgence glowed,
And over sea, and plain, and mountain cast
Meridian splendor from his high abode.
For valor, wisdom, justice, truth renowned;
By tyrants hated and by freemen blessed—
With all his country’s loftiest honors crowned,
He goes to welcome bis eternal rest;—
Rest that bis soul has sighed for many years.
With the dear partner of his manhood’s prime—
Rest in a realm undimmed by doubt and fears.
Beyond the power of change or sway of time.
Statesman and warrior, patriot and sage!
A nation weeps thy lot* and slow decay;—
First of the living great oh history's page,
Who will remain when tliou hast passed away 7
Who of that noble bond, the tried and stem,
Men of the old heroic stamp and creed.
On whom tbo present nice may look and leant
How to be wise in thought and bold in deed?
A few more days, and over all the land
The bell’s deep toll, the cannon’s solemn boom
From west to east shall sound the sad command—
“ Ye people, mourn your hero in the tomb!”
Him, slumbering peaceful, strife can reach no more;
By glory's halo circled is his name;
And long, X) Freedom! as thy eagles soar,
AH thy new triumphs shall record his fame!
Ifcto York, May 19,1849.
may be found at all times, when not pro
fessionally engaged, at his office on Broad street,
next door to Mr. J. Jackson’s Store.
April 33,1849. 3 tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in the several Courts of the South-
Western Circuit, and Thomas and Stewart coun
april, 16,1849. 1 tf.
THOMAS PINKNEY SMITH,
A TTORNE Y AT LA IV,
april 16, 1849. 1 tf
RICHARD II. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in the Counties of Baker, Lee, Deca
tur, Dooly, Sumter, Randolph and Early, of the
South-Western Circuit, Stewart, of the Chattahoo-
cbec, and Thomas, of the Southern Circuit.
Uj" Office under the “ Courier’’ Office, Broad St.
TO IMPROVE THE SOIL
To improve a soil is as much as to say
that we seek to modify its constitution, its
physical properties, in order to bring them
into harmony wiih the climate and tiie na
ture of the crons that are grown. In a
district where tnc soil is loo clayey, our
endeavor ought to be to make it acquire io
a certain extent the qualities of light soils.
Theory indicates the means to be followed
to effect such a change ; it suffices to intro
duce sand imo soils that arc too clayey.
Hut these recoramcdations of science, which
indeed, the common sense of mankind had
already pointed out, are seldom realized in
practice, and only appear feasible to those
who are entirely unacquainted with rural
economy. The digging up and trnnspoit
of the various kinds of soils, according to
the necessities of the case, are very costly
operations, and I can quote a particular in
stance in illustration of the fact. My land
at Bechclbronn is generally strong; exper
iments made in the garden on a small scale
showed that an addition of sand improved
it considetably. In the middle of the farm
there is a manufactory which accumulates
such a quality of sand that it becomes troub
lesome; nevertheless, l am satisfied that
the improvement by means of sand would
be too cosily, and lhai, all things taken in
to account, it would be better policy to buy
new lands with the capital which would be
required to improve those I already possess
in the manner which has been indicated.
I should have no difficulty in citing numer
ous instances where improvements by min
gling different kinds of soil were ruinous
in the end to those who undertook them.
A piece of sandy soil, for example, pur
chased at a very low price, after having
been suitably improved by means of clay
cost its proprietor much more than the price
of the best land in the country. Great
caution is thcrefote necessary in undertak
ing any improvement of the soil in this di
rection; in changing suddenly the nature
of the soil. Improvement ought to take
place gradually and by good husbandry,
tho necessary tendency of which is to im
prove the soil. Upon stiff clavcy lands we
put dressing and manures which tend to
divide it, lolcssen its cohesion, such as ash
es, turf long manure, &. llut the husband
man has not always suitable material at
his command, and in this case, which is per
haps the usual one, he must endeavor by
selecting his crops judiciously, crops which
ghail agree best with stiff soils, and at the
same time meet the demands of his mar
ket, to make most of his land. In a word,
the true husbandman ought to know the
qualities and defects of the land which he
cultivates, and to be guided in his opera
tions by these ; and in fact, it is only with
such knowledge that he can know the rent
he can afford to pay, and estimate the a-
tnotml of capital which he can reasonably
employ in carrying on the operations of his
In an argillaceous or clayey soil, it would
be absurd to persist in attempting to grow
crops that require an open soil. Clayey
lands generally answers well for meadows,
and anlumn ploughing is al\< ays highly
advantageous to them by reason of the dis
integrating effects of the ensuing winter
Proscription.—During the one hundred
and fifty days of Gen. Harrison’s adminis
tration, three thousand office holders were
The Poet master General alone turned
out seventeen hundred persons, and he pub
licly declared afterwards that if he had re
mained in office two week longer he would
have dismissed three thousand mote.
President Polk, we again say, has ex
hibited much toleration. _ He has not, by
any means, made an indiscriminate remov
al. When offices run out he usually ap
points his own political friends, but there
are eases where men of opposite politics are
retained—men of fine business capacity, of
long standing in the community, and who
have never sought to influence elections by
means of their official position.
•Y. O. Jeffersonian Republican
And iu the Circuit Court of tho United States for the
District of Georgia.
They will attend any other Court, not conflicting
with the above, when engaged specially to do so.
The attention of both partners will be given to all
business entrusted to their care.
Letters may be addressed to the firm at cither
Richard K. Hires. Jour B. IIises.
April 16, 1849, 1 3m
D. &. J. VASON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
april 16, 1849. 1 tf
E. H. PLATT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
pril 16, 1849. 1 tf
Boling H. Robinson vs Jonathan Roach.
Also, the following negroes, Celia, 99 years old,
Mary 38, Ben 36, Jade 38, Oscar 26, Ellen*24, Deck
9, Olive 2, Reubin 34, Martha 30, Edmund 4, Rach
el 18, Charlott 16, Phillis 40, Dow 33, Henry 20,
Jane 10, Bill 7, Booker 38, Maria 23, Howell 6
months old, Phill 39, Bob 30, Fanny 8, Essex 96,
Harriette 24, Frank 1, Peter 50, Jude 40, Tom 34,
Caroline 19, Polly 17, Jackson 12, Harry 10, Anto-
nett t, Ann 6, Jude 3, with their increase since the
22d April, 1841, as the property of Wm. A Tennelle,
to satisfy two mortgage fi-uts issued from Early Su-
leriorCourt, Benj. S, Jourdan vs said Tennell, and
jreenH. Jordan vs said Tennelle.
JOSEPH COLLIER, Sh’ff.
Maj 28th, 1849. 7 tds.
B- K. A J. K. HINES,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
OrrtcEs in Macon Si Albany, Geo.
They will practice in the following Counties.
Cardiac Belshar 1 LIBEL FOR DIVORCE,
vs. > In Sumter Sultrier Court.
Woodt G. Belshar. )
W iereas it is made appear by the return of the
Sheriff that the defendant is not to be found in
the cotnty of Sumter: It is Ordered, that the said
Woody G. Belshar do appear at the next Superior
Court t> be holden in ana for said county on the third
Monday in November next, and then and there an
swer said libel; and if is further ordered that service
be perperfected on the said Woody G. Belsltar by
the publication of this rule once a month for three
months in one of the public gazettes of this State,
said publication to Ip had before the next term of this
A true extract from the minutes of said Court, this
20th day of Mav, 1815
MANESSEII M. GUERY, C. S. C,
May 28 7 m3m
A GREEABLE to an order of the Honorable, the
Inferior Court of Early county, while sitting
for ordinary purposes, will be sold on the first Tues
day in August next, before the Court House door in
Blakely, within the legal hours of sale, lot of land
No. 103, and half of lot of land No. 137, in the 13th
district of said county. Also, two negroes, Bill, a
man, and Iaicreth, a woman; sold as the property of
Elijah Fenn, late of Early county deceased; sold
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said de
ceased. Wm. GRIMES, Adm'r.
Blakely, 23d May, 1845. 7 tds.
DR. T. D. MATTHEWS,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR,
april 16, 1845. 1 tf
TO TIME AFFLICTED.
DR. HENRY G. NICHOLS,
rflAKES this method to inform his friends that he
still resides at the above place, and will give
liis attention to persons alllieted with chronic and
supposed incurable forms ol disease. From his suc
cess heretofore in the management of such cases,
lersons alllieted will find it to their interest to give
lim a trial, for if he does not permanently cure, he
t least mitigate their sufferings,
ise especially laboring under Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Splenitis, Bmn-
clietis, Cough, Erysipelatous affections, Scroflula,
l-eprosy, Tetter, Syphilis Gonorhca Gleet, Tic Dou
loureux, Hysteria, l’alscy, Epilepsy, Chorea, Dropsy,
Amcnorhca, Prolapsus Uteri, &c. &c., Files, Hernia,
Calculi of the Bladder, Ulcers, Hydrocele,dtc.,would
do well to consult him.
Dr. N. will remove all cases of Syphalitic taint
from the system, and warrant them, no cure no pay.
Persons living at a distance, who are alllieted,
would do well to call in person, if not convenient, bv
-nminunicating, post paid, with Dr. Nichols, giving
ytnptoms, Ac., and enclosing tlie fee, $10, can re
ceive directions for the management of their cases.
Albany, Geo., April 23, 1845. 2 ly
To Gentlemen of Fashion.
T HE ndersigned respectfully informs
the Citizens of Albany and the sur
rounding conntry, that he lias bought the latest Pat
ent for cutting Gentlemens Garments, which he war
rants equal to the best New York style. He will
regularly receive the latest Fashions.
As he has no jiartner with whom to divide the pro
fits, he is enabled by strict attention to business, to
sell and work Becoming to the pressure of the times.
The latest style of goods will be found at his store,
and Ready-made rlotlrng, Hats, Caps, Ac. Ac.
All work warranted to be made to the satisfaction of
his customers, as regards taste ami fashion.
A. G. WEAVER,
May 14,1845. 5 ly
NOW IS THE TIME,
For Planters to lay in their sup•
ply of Medicines for the coming
SIMS & CHEEVER,
Early Mortgage Sale.
-fXriLL be bom on the first Tuesday in August
' ' next, before the Court bouse door in Blakely,
within the legal hours of sale, the following property
One negro woman named Juliann, about 25 years
old, as the property of Jonathan Reach, to satisfy a j General Commission Merchants,
f'o.'W ¥* fr°"> the Inferior Court of said county, AfALAcmcOLA, Florida.
Wm. W. Sms. Wm. W. Ciieevt.k.
April 16, 1845 1 tf
GEORGIA. Baker County.
W HEREAS Lewis S. McGwier, ap
plies tome for letters of Adminisirn-
tion on the estate of Peter Smallen, late of said
These are therefore to cite, Summons and admon
ish, all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
said deceased, to be and ap|iear at my office within
the time prescribed by law, then and there to shew
cause, if any they liave why said letters should not
Given under my hand at office, this 18th, day of
SETH C. STEPHENS, c. c. o.
May, 21 1845. 6. 3Ud
GEORGIA, Baker County.
W HEREAS Murphy Taylor, Admin
istrator on the estate of James Tay-
lor, late of said couniy deceased, applies to me for
Letters of Dismission from said Administration:
These arc therefore, to cite, summon and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and creditors of 6aid
deceased to be and appear at my office within the time
prescribed by law to show cause, (if any they liave)
why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, this sixth day of
SETH C. STEVENS, C. C. O.
May 7, Gm
WATCH & CLOCK MAKER,
I s prepared to execute all orders in his line of busi
ness, with despatch, and in the most superior style.
Watches cleaned or repaired will be warranted to
keep good time. Gold wrought into Rings or other
ornaments, and silver into spoons, will be warranted
in workmanship equal to that of any establishment in
Terms Cash, and prices to suit the times. Simp
situated on Broad srtect, next door above the ‘ Patriot’
May 14th 1845. 5 tf
T HE proprietor of this establishment, takes this
occasion to express his gratitude to his patrons
for their support, in this his new location, and earn
estly hopes lie may continue to merit their approba
tion. lie assures the travelling public that he will
always lie found at Home, in every sense of the
word. The bouse is situated in the central part of
the City, is commodious, lias guod stables, servants,
bar, and all tlie requisites necessary for a comfortable
and genteel Hotel. FRANCIS HOLDEN.
Albany april 23d, 1845. 2 tf.
BY SA7IIJEL RAKER,
Comer ot Broad and Front Streets,
april 16 1845. I tf.
A Certain and Effectual Cure for
Fever and Ague,
For sale by W. E. SMITH,
april 16. 1 tf
Z1RWO Rooms in the upper story of my office on
-*■ Washington street, The rooms are well plais-
tered and neatly finished, and are suitable, ana con
veniently situated for Offices or Lodging rooms. For
terms apply at my Office.
II. G. NICHOLS.
noil A A HcCiflTER.
D EALERS in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Clothing See.
Albany, April, 16th, 1815. 1 tf.
F OUR moths after date application will be made
to the Honorable the Inferior court of .Sumter
county, while sitting for ordinary purposes for leave
to self a negro boy belonging to the estate of Allen
Dorman deceased. .Sale to be made for the purpose
of division. L. 1*. DORMAN,
Adm'r. dr. bonis non.
May 14th 1845. 5 4m
I jftOUR months afterdate application will be made
to tlie Honorable tlie Inferior Court of Lee
county, while sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
to self a i>art or all of the real and personal estate of
James Roby, late of said county deceased, for the
benefit of the heiis and creditors of said estate.
B. O. KEATON, admr.
QA Sacks Rio and Laguiria Cottee,
Ad vf 400 Sacks Salt,
40 Bills Old Rectified Whiskey,
6 do. American Brandy,
5 do. N. E. Rum
1 Pipe Superior Otard Brandy.
70 Coil Manilla Si Hemp Rope,
Together with a large assortment of India and Ken-
uckyT - • • - • - -
A LL persons are hereby warm’d not to
a note given by John McClendon, to D
, Davis Ma
gee, due about the first day of January last, for twen
ty-live dollars, which was stolen from the house of
the subscriber, in the second District of Leo county,
on the 23d ult.
Should such a note bo discovered, the subscriber
will be tliankful for information concerning it, as it
may lead to the detection ot the thief.
Jnne 5,1845. 8 4t
T HE subscriber bega leave lo intorm the nub!
that he is still carrying on the harness burin!
at liis old stand, on Brood street, where he
times prepared to execute their orders with g
and despatch. Repairing at the shortest
and prices to suit the times.
Albany, April 46th, 1845. 1 , f
A VALUABLE PLANTATION
J WE will sell a bargain in our PLANT\ I
jjj! HON, consisting of Eight hundred and * I
HL nty-Jice acres. Four hundred acres of wU-'l
situated in Decatur countv, Georgia, adjoining ii.l
lands of Messrs. McKinley *. Barrow. Them h'
200 acres of cleared land in fine older for cultivate I
good fence, die. with two settlements, a good
house, and Screw, out houses &c. The place i. Im I
thy and well watered. For further informstiou nil
and examine the premises on the Hathorn Trail
miles cast of Bainbridge.
Decatur county, May 7th, 1845. 4 St’
GEORGIA, Dooly County.
to Foreclose Mortga.,, I
in Dooly Stperwr'
CourtJUay Term 1315 j
Sarah Dozier, Executrix
of the last Will and Testa
ment of James C. Dozier,
Erw in Sutton &
Daniel Mashbum. .
I T appearing to tho Court upon the petition of ltd
plaintiff, that the defendants, on the second chr I
of June, in tlie year of our Lord, eighteen hundred
and thirty-eight, made their promisoiy sale in writing
whereby, on or before tlie first day of January,
teen hundred and forty, they, the said Erwin «t|
Daniel jointly and severally promised to pay one VVi!. I
liain W. Taylor, or bearer, the sum of eleven htu.l
died and fifty dollars for value received of him tkq
said Taylor, who afterwards, to wit, on the day ugl
year first aforesaid, transfered and delivered said not:
to said James C. Dozier, he being rhea m life, in a I
fair course of trade, and for a valuable ecnsHerafim:. I
And afterwards, on tho eighth day of Msv, eight.*:it
hundred and lorty, the said Erwin and Daniel, the!
better to secure the payment of the said promi.-.virjl
note unto the aaid James Doeier, he being thtal
still in life, and tlie bona lido bearer andowner Kurt-1
of, executed under their hands and seals, and theal
and there delivered to the said James C. Dozier, their I
certain Mortgage Deed, thereby mortgaging to fit I
said James C. Dozier one lot of land, known by thel
number two hundred and twenty-threa, in the thirl I
District of said county of Dooly, with a grist and aw |
mill thereon, and all the appurtenance* there©- - ; util
which said mortgage was duly recorded in terms c; I
the statute in such cases made and presided ; and it I
further appearing to the Court, that the note hrrtb I
before described, is tlie identical note, the paymrstof
which said mortgage was indented tnsecure, ti-1
though the some is not described ia said mortpgr, I
except os to the amount of principal, and tlie tic-1
when the same became due and payable; and tin: I
there is still remaining due and unpaid, upon ud
note, the sum of niuc hundred and ninety -three to
lars and forty cents principal, and the further sim tf I
two hundred and ninety-three dollars aad thirty -risk
cents interest thereon, up to this date; and the plur.-1
tiff having prayed the foreclosure of said aaortcagv. [
It is therefore, on motion of Kelly dt Killen, 1’liir-1
till 's Attorneys, Ordered that tho said Kiwis ud (
Daniel do pay into this Court, oner before the fell
clay of the next Term, the principal and interest <hir,|
nntl the interest hereafter to accrue upon said Hotel
and mortgage, or shew good and safficient cause tol
tho contrary, and that service of Ibis Rule be per-1
tectcd by publication of tlie same oace a mouth fori
four months in some public gazette puttMed is this
State, or by service oi copies tliereut upon the Oil I
Erwin anu Daniel, or their agents ss representative!,
three months before tlie said next Term.
A true extract from the Miuutes of the Court tbit j
13th May, 1846.
TUOMAS H- KEY, Clfe.
May 21, 1845. 6 Delia
“ Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.”
The Patriot will be edited bv Nelson
Tift and if. N. Houghton, and published
weekly in the City of Albany, Laker
Couniy Georgia, commencing on Wednes
day the I6ih day of April, 1845.
’Our Political Principles are Democratic:
and we shall advocate and defend them in
the spirit of the motto which we have a-
dopted, believingih.it we shall thereby best
secure the purity and pcruinnonty of our
Government, and the liberty, happiness
and prosperity of our fellow-citizens.
Agriculture:—That great source of our
W E have just received n splendid assort
intent of Freeh and Genuine Drugs
and Medicines, which wc will warrant to stand the
test of tlie most skilful Chemist. Among them are
Castor Oil, Alcohol sp Turpentine, Epsom Silts,
sal Soda, Saleratus, Rotten-stone, Gum Myrrh, Cay
enne Fcppcr, carb. Magnesia, Spicea, Hops, Allspice,
Eng. Calomel, Jallap, Rhubarb, Oil Peppermint,
sulph Morphine, do. Quinine, Blue Mass, Cubebs,
Citrate of Iron, Camphor, Pocket Instruments, Ocu
lar Instruments, Injection Pipes, Stomach Pumps,
Cupping Instruments, Breast pipes, Nipple Glasses,
Nursing Bottles, spring and thumb Lancets, Sic. tic.
A splendid assortment of Perfumery,
to which we call the attention of ladies and gentle
men,—such as Cologne and Lavender water, Otto
Rose, Extracts; a variety for iiandkerchiefs; Rose,
Almond, Palm, Orange, Millefleurx soaps of the choi
cest quality, Oleophan and Verbena Cream (nr sha
ving, Jayne's Hair Ttonic, Hair dye, Balm of Colum
bia, Toilet Powders, Powder Pun ic. dtc.—togeth
er with a supply of Patent Medicineo, of which the
most popular kinds, and such as are of any merit, will
always be kept on hand:—none other will be offered
to our customers. We have also received a new
School Books and Stationary,
which may be examined at any time atom establish
ment Please give ns a call.
WELCH & EPPING.
May 28 T tf
ESStikfiC Weallh . and impendence, shall
Persons desiring to purchase will do well to give me ntnelhat space in our columns, which its
a call. w- E. SMITH. ; imporloncedeinnnds. It will be one of our
Albany, april 16, 1845. 1 tf first objects to develops* the resources and
advantages oflhe fertile country by which
wc arc surrounded, the soil nnd cliinnte of
which will bear a favorable comparison
with that of any section of the Union.
To Commerce, Manufactures, the Arts,
Sciences and all those industrial pursuils
which are in some sense the cause nnd ob
ject of civilized society, we shall give a
warm support, whilst we shall nol neglect
to promote by proper means, the cause of
Education, Morals and Religion.
We shall endeavour to give to our rea
ders the earliest information of interesting
domestic and foreign news, and weekly cor
rected intelligence of our own nnd other
markets. We shall also, publish a synop
sis of the Sheriffs sales, for all the counties
in our vicinity.
As a Family paper, the Patriot will be
rendered interesting nnd instructive. It
will be our object to convey valuable infor
mation—to fosternndencourage the virtues,
and correct the vices of society. No per
sona! animosities or parly rancour, will find
vent iu our columns—but we shall prontul-
gatennd defend Truth, for the sake of Truth,
with that independenceofspirit which fears
T ile subscriber bis now on hand, and will be re
ceiving from New York and New Orleans, the
following articles of
which he offers to his customers, and the pnblic gen
erally, on as reasonable terms, FOR CASH, as can
be bought in this market; and respectfully solicits
the patronage of the public generally. Among his
assortment can be found
Rio and Cuba Coffee. 'Manilla and Ky. Twine,
Sugar, Refined Loaf and Kentucky Bagging,
West India. Cotton do.
Flour, Northern and Wes. Nails and Spikes,
tern. Powder and Shat,
Bacon, Country and Wes- Percussion Capsdt. Flints,
tors. Looking Glasses, .
lard. Vinegar, Coffee Mills,
Soap (varieties of) Shingling hatchets,
Tobacco, (various brands) Collins’ Axes,
Snnff (bottles &. bladders) Weeding & Patent Hoes.
Sperm & Tallow Candles, Table Salt and Brooms,
Cheese, Butter, Molases and Syrup,
Spices Si E. Ind. Bagging Mess and Prime Pork,
Manilla and Ky. Rope. Whiskey dec. Sic.
Albany, Geo. april 16,1845. 1 tf
Lumber and Meal,
'EftORsaleat the Kinchafoone Mills, two tones
-T north of Albany. Orders for Lumber promptly
attended to. TIFT Si BRISBANE.
April 16,1845. 1 tf.
T WO Stores in the lower story of the Patriot
building, and one Tenement in tlie second story,
to he completodby the lstday of June.
april 16, 1845. 1 tf
$2 pr. Copy payable in advance or
jSt’ the end of the year. '
A liberal deduction ’will be made to
Agents who forward cash.
S. N. BOUGHTON
PROSPECTUS OF THE
UNITED STATES JOURNAL. |
Bv Jesse E. Dow, Si. Co.
The first number of our newspaper will hr issvd
this (first; day of May, with an entire new ije*~ '
new type, fine paper, with other important after*!® 13 j
and improvements. The paper will be dcrotfi to a 1
earless exposition of Democraie principles; it s'* 5 1
zialously and unremittingly oppose each md c«erj I
ellort to establish a mammoth monarchy tank uw|
other mischievous corporations and ren*o.\dation- t> I
wealth, which subvert the rights of the peoplf
undermine the pillars of the llepuwic ; n sui oppwe I
an oppressive and anti-republican tariff system, tlie I
assumption of the State debts by the General Gov
ernment, and all other Federal principles which hivcl
an inevitable tendency to destroy puMie prtsp-ritn
as well as individual happiness. Again.3 all weal
political delusion we shall wage unchanging, unaol
The Farmer and the Mechanic who produce ti! I
the real capital of the nation, will findmour paper ml
unwavering champion of their inalienable rights; thel
long cherished principles of the editors arc tee »<d I
known to the public to require any pledge upon |! ~ I
point. To tlie Miscellaneous Department particu'atl
attention will be devoted; the ladies will always ftull
in our columns a choice selection from the currcutl
literature of the day, as well as original contribution I
from the most talented writers of which our connBJ
can boost. A general summary of Foreign and Po*|
mcstic news will be furnished; a regular price cot'I
rent and a correct list of the prices of stocks will ab«l
The conductors have already secured the aid i
co-operation ora large number of the most distinguish!
ed literaiy and poetical writers of the day; arrange!
ments will also be made, at the earliest period pwdjl
ble, to embellish our columns by the contributions® 1
correspondents from abroad. With this brief andu
imperfect outline of our plan, we very respectfully I
submit our claims to an extensive patronage the Corel
sidcration of a generous public. 1
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