WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LEATHER STORES,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY,
RESPECTFULLY takes leave to inform the Public, that he is at
present largely supplied with the different sorts of DUBLIN AND
ENGLISH BUTT; ENGLISH, IRISH, AND SCOTCH KIPS;
FRENCH AND ENGLISH VEAL SKINS, BOOT FRONTS, &c.,
&c., together with every description of Leather used by Boot and
He is always supplied with ENGLISH AND IRISH BLACK AND
BROWN STRAP, PATENT AND ENAMELLED HORSE AND
COW HIDE, PATENT SHEEP, &c., &c.
The above having been bought personally, in the best Markets,
for Prompt Cash, will be sold CHEAP.
BOOTS AND SHOES:
J. M'K. particularly calls the attention of the public to his present
stock of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, and CHILDREN'S BOOTS
and SHOES of every description, of DUBLIN and HOME
Manufacture, a great part of which having been made on his own
Premises, of the best material, by first-rate workmen, will be found
to give satisfaction. He is now engaged in Manufacturing EXTRA
STOUT BOYS' AND MEN'S BLUCHERS, (so universally worn in
England) suitable for Carmen or those much engaged in Land.
Buyers of Boots and Shoes will find it their interest to give
him a call.
Every description of Boots and Shoes made to measure.
No Second Price.
On Friday, 17th Inst., in the Presbyterian Meeting House,
Lurgan, by the Rev. Thomas Millar, Mr. James Henry, Saddler,
Lurgan, to Eliza, only daughter of the late Mr. Robert M'Cleery.
On same day, in Magheralin Church, by the Rev. W. E. Mulgan,
Mr. William Gilbert, Linen Manufacturer, Ballinacor, near
Lurgan, to Miss Anderson, eldest daughter of the late Mr.
Anderson, Lawnmount, near Lurgan.
THE FAITHFUL ONE
Far away--Far away,
to the land of the stranger,
A young maiden hastes,
Fearless of danger;
She has crossed the wide ocean,
And braved the dread billow,
In a far foreign land,
To repose on her pillow,
And dream of the days yet to come.
In the land of the "free,"
Far away to the westward,
She seeks a fond home
With the last of her kindred.--
Still onward she wanders--
Her young heart is broken,
Ah ! see, she is gazing
On a cherished love token,
From one in her late island home.
As lonely she journeys
O'er prairie and mountain,
Her thoughts still return
To that old gushing fountain,
Whose bright waters never
From fountain came purer,
Than those sweet vows she gave
To the youth who allured her,
And thus her soul murmurs alone.
"Farewell to thee, false one--
For happier I find me,
Than e'er thou can'st be
When thy memory reminds thee.--
Though my fond heart is breaking--
Alas! 'tis so now--
Still I love--Oh ! how dearly
I cherish that vow,
Which I joyfully gave for your own.
The cypress and laurel
Weep over the tomb,
Where this dear one reposes
In death's silent gloom;
'Twas the hand of a stranger
That closed her dark eyes.--
'Twas the ear of a stranger
Received her last sighs,
Breathed for one far away, now unknown.
Some false-hearted lover
Who lured to betray,
Had won her affections
In that isle far away,--
She died without leaving
One trace of his name,
But his false heart shall wither,
In sorrow and shame,
When he thinks of the wrong he has done.
Tanaghmore, July, 1849.
THE SALE OF THE GOODS AND CHATTLES at
the late Residence of MR. JOHN LOCKHART, JUNR.,
which was advertised for this day, has been postponed
Wednesday next, the 15th Inst.,
AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON.
P. MAGEE, Auctioneer.
Dated 9th August, 1849.
NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BACK OF THE CHURCH.
To my friends and the public generally, I beg to say,
I have this day commenced Sale in the above line, and
from my knowledge of the Trade, together with the fact
that all my Stock has been purchased for CASH, I fancy
I will be able to give fully as good an article as any
other House in the Trade.
GEORGE W. BEATTIE.
Lurgan, 16h August, 1849.
offers for Sale at his Stores, in
25 to 30 Tons of Fresh Old Oats,
of superior quality, well adapted for Feeding purposes,
which he will Sell on moderate terms.
Portadown, 15th August, 1849.
HOUSES TO LET
TO BE LET,
THAT HOUSE, with the Yard, Offices, and
Garden, lately in the possession of MR. JOHN
Also, a STORE in the rere [sic] of the above
Premises, adapted for Manufacturing purposes;
Six Looms having been lately erected therein.
Immediate possession can be given.
August 20th, 1849.
A respectable, well educated Lad, as an Apprentice to
the PAWNBROKING BUSINESS. Security will be required.
Immediate Application to be made to
Lurgan, 30th August, 1849.