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This is the Place !
TO SPEND-YOUR MONEY
£ A ik M 'a'A >v'i A! i
No. N °'
Y«»ur interest demands that you rail .tin!
examine thr Fresh and well select
ed St..ck now in Store, ami to
w liirh addit i*ms arr
to inert the public
w ants. M\ assort inrnt con
sists ot all arth-L-s usually found in a
Just Received audfor Sale Low
FOR QASM !
V 5 bids. liiita Bajga Turnips.
50 package-. Burk w 'lira!,
‘ 500 lbs. P runes A; 1 urranls
Maple, Sugar, Butter. Soda and Boston
50 bushels Ground Peas.
A splendid article ot’ \ inegar.
The Sour Krout has Arrived,
RoB T BALKORE,
if) l Broughf<m St.
\V here you can find a general assortment ol
TIN WARE, '
and where any article of Tin or Copper is
MADE TO ORDER
Thom a Tin tie to a Steam Pipe.
All kinds of Hoofing and buttering
attended to with dispatch.
JOHN J. MAURICE,
Bryan Street, Market Square.
A Great \ ariety of
CHOICE GARDEN SEEDS.
.It'S I REt’EiYED A L
1 "•"> Broughton Street
A typo, on kissing a girl “down South,
asked how it was ihut she so sweet V
"Oh," she replied in utter innocence, “tin
father is a sugar planter!"
The Dying Phoenix,
1 \<• 1 iS'«nl Inin; enough ! In in> alone
I’ve landed (lie tier ;iij ami conversed will, the
"> Wight, starr.v eye.- Dill otkiwimjs- tun e -hew n.
Bui met not iheir kindred ihrouyh hundreds of
I’ve looked Ini m\ likeness by mm it'- early blush.
to tiit,l it alone in the lake or itie stream—
At noon, ton. iwas ihere; amt by night s shady
lilt- lalee water vision stole back in a ill earn.
How Tain were lhe ftracee that played in my ere.-l,
Aud round my promt ueeii n iIU n- collar 01 -old;
lhe rich purine plumule tliat eiolbeil my lone
11 nw worthies.', witli mme lilit* wjsi-ll In behold!
though pei tool in beauty, U! win* would be one
V\ Here earUl all mound a wild solitude lie- 7
i niqUe in creation, l ie moved like me -no.
In splendor lo »el ere auotuer can rise.
And llien lo liie end ol my eour>e ilo 1 come.
Aione nave l bum my neu I uncial pyre;
On ivoou m iin luy iru u ee, sweet -pice.' and glim,
iiiiunimai.l i mi as mey re turning lo lire!
My w ins- tanned Uie pile till luey kindled the liaiue
lino wraps lit in urigntnoss uty tonn as i burn,
r rmu a sties miu odours lo being i eanie !
io odours and asiic.s eonlcni t o iiiru !
Aiy [lean molls with pity ui Ueatn, X'>r me heir
lo an luc nor Hlngiloiu tj nature I v c s-uovv u,
W itu no one Us wreain aud us jjiory to snare,
1 lie Joy is m ily llig- lino, s lasieil aione!
iue smoKe rise- sweet as uiy ousmn consumes,
AuU soiliy li Weaves a mu a siui'ii.* o er my eyes;
it winds iiiuurt my lima; li is Wre-liiieo in my pmuie,
Aiy Uie mounts trie i touu rolling on ii> me saios.
At uie li me ol u great drouth m England,
several pioua tanners agreed to bold a spe
ciai meeting to pray ior tne much needed
raim vv ueu tile appointed tune caule, the
minister was. surprised to see one ol ins lit
tie Sabbath scholars bring a huge oid family
umbrella, and asked her why she did so on
such a lovely morning 7 lire child gazed at
him with evident surprise at the impary, ami
replied, **Vihy, sir, 1 thought as v\e were
going to pray trod lor rain, Id be sure to
want the umbrella. W hile,they were pray
ing, the wind arose and the clear sky be
came clouded, which was soon tallowed by
a heavy thunder storm, by yviiich those wlto
came unprepared to the meeting were com
pieielv drenched, while Mary and the minis
ter were sheltered by the umbrella her lauh
had led her io bring.
Matrimony vs. Suigle-iiiessedne.ss.
Matrimony is: Hot buckwheat cakes,
warm beds, cointori tble slippers, smoking
coffee, round arms, red lips, kind words,
shirt exuding in buttons, redeemed stock
Lugs, boot-jacks, happiness, etc. Hurrah !
Single-blessedness is: Sheet-iron quilts,
blue noses, frosty rooms, iee in'the pitcher,
uuregeneraled linen, heelless socks, coffee
sweetened with icicles, guttapercha biseiuis,
tiabby steak, dull ra/.ors, citrus, coughs,
colics, rhubarb, misery , etc. I git ■
lot it (loon li ven.'. 1 la-re were lour
good habits it wise man earnestly recom
mended in his counsels, and w liicii lie con
sidercii li) he esseniuihy neei'--;irv for tin
management o! leiiilmrai com-crns. and
these are -pu.icluahiy. accuracy. steadiness,
and despatch. \\ ithout the first ui these,
time is wasted : wiilumt the second, mis
takes the most hurtful io our own credit and
interest and that of others may he commit
led: without the third, nothing can he well
done: and without the fourth, opportunities
of great advantage'are lost, which it is im
possible lo recall.
What is the difference between ail ui
te.mpted homicide and hog killing 7 One is
an assault with intent to kill the other is a
kill with intent to 3alt
TIT id JJ KJG .
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Bull 'l., u|i|..i-ii»* Masonic Hail, 'manual), Da.
WATCHKn A \:» JfcAWH.ID RKPUULU
At Shortest Notice.
1 iemoslliem-s. tfial poor stuttering son ot
a butler, become the most famous orator of
ancient times. Virgil, the son of a baker,
was the most celebrated ot Latin poets.
»l'lsiip, the sou ot a slave, and almost a slave
hinisett, managed to ueipiire imperishalile
tame. 1 lioimis W olscy, the son ot a butch
er, became Cardiuu! of the Church of Home,
and next to lhe King, in lii.s day, the most
powerful person in the Kiiglish Dominion.
W illiam Shakspeare, also the son of a Initv It
er, yet one of the most famous poets the
world ha.- ever beheld. Oliver Cromwell
rose front a comparatively humble station to
be Protector ot the English Commonwealth.
Benjamin Franklin was a journeyman prill
ter in his early days: In- afterwards becalm
one of the most celebrated philosophers aud
statesmen. W illiam Build lord, the editor
of the Quarterly Review, was in youth an
humble shoemaker’s apprentice, ami. for
want of paper, was obliged to work his al
gebraic problems upon leather with an awl.
Robert Burns, plowman, of Ayre.xhire, Scot
land, was afterwards the greatest of Scotch
pouts, .fames Cook, for a long time a com
mon sailor, but afterwards on voyages of
discovery, sailed three times round the
world Jeremy lay lor was a barber s boy,
and afterwards alb D. Thomas I edtord,
the great civil engineer, was once a shep
nerd •> boy. lniige Jones wa-. first a jour
neymai) carpenter, and afterwards the chief
architect ot his age. Halley , the astrono
mer, was the sou of a pool soup boiler.
Haydn, the composer, was the son ot a poor
wheelwright, llnury, the chemist, was the
son of a weaver. Kmeaton and Rennie,
both eminent engineers, were both of them,
at one time mcreiy makers of mathematical
instruments. And when you have read the
fives ot all these, ask yourseit whether per
severance hud not us much to do in making
these llien great, as any other quality which
lu a work called the “Lives of the Picsi
dents, ia a table ol the periods in whicu
they were born and w ent out ofotlice: “John
Adams, born 17 do, retired ifsoi. Iho mas
Jefferson, born 17 ID. retired James
Madison, born 1701, retired 11> 17. James
Monroe, born 170.., retired lk'JO. J. Quin
ey Adams, born 1787, retired itstib."
Now, it will be seen by this, that Jeffer
son was born just eight years alter bin pre
decessor Adams ; Madison right years after
his predecessor Jefferson; Monroe eight
years alter MaOison, ami Joan Quiuev .vh
aim eight years utter Monroe. Aootini
curious laci to be obM-rveit i-. liiui Adams
was just sixty six years mu w neu io- reined ;
Jefferson was sixty six : Muutson was sixty
six; Monroe sixty-six : ami John Qiuucv
Aduuis. had he been eh-i-led lo a second
term, would Imvr been -sixty six' Adams
■ leflerson, and Monroe, ail ilo-d on the 11 1 ■
I his is the loveliest, hrighle.si iluy of th
week, to a spiritual mind. I hesc rests r»-
fresh the soul in (bid. that finds nothiug but
turmoil in the creature. Should not thi
be well •nine to the soul, that sets it tree lo
mind its own business, which has other day
IO attend lu the busim-s-, ot its servants, tin
body 7 And tlo-se are a certain pledge to ii
ol that expected freedom when it shall t-n
ter on an eternal Sabbath, and rest in him
forever who is the only rest of the soul.
Win. Vau V tig'll ten Wilson,
APo 111 l ie Ali N .
SO lon* and Ininihail* known in .ouih-.tioii with
the Ih'UK Store of Messrs. A. \ >onovo.ns A t «...
will be pleas*‘J t*> see hi- old friends witheaudi
date'tor m-w ..in*, at V|***iln-*-ai ie- Ihill. onuei
Barnard ami Brou*hloti sireeis, U ,\|, WALSH,
N. li. V-formerly, l‘h."ieians'l*i eserinUoiis w ill
t»e e.o••lull* eoiii|M»uiii|*sf at any limn ot tlie ai*)ii.
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Orders tilled promptly ami Satisfaction
REPAIRING NEA IT Y DONE.
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