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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

» Severe Hail Storm. v>e are informed that a destructive storm of hail and wind passed over Auburn and tho south part of Brooklyn townships on'Friday evening last. Our informant states that thq injury done to buildings, crops, fruit trees, &c., is immense. We have not yet learned the real extent of the injury sustained, but at this season of the year, w-hen grain, fruit, &c. i» tender and easily destroyed, we have serious fears that uie farmers along the track of the storm have suffered severely. ^. Hot Weather.—On Thursday and Friday of last week the atmosphere was exceedingly hot. The mercury stood at 95 deg. in the shade, on Friday.— Bnt in this region such hot weather lasts lint a short time—as the bills any, " for one day ouly."V At this time (Wednesday morning,) we arc shivering with the cold—the mercury standing at 54—iO, or threabout • RejigsF.r>.—Hon. Wm. L. Yancey, Representative in Congress from Alabama, has resigned his seat, and g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

Bfffipts Tor the Peoples' Advocate. Mostbose, July ;1C, 184S. H. R. Esmond, . $1,00 Pays to No. 52 B. R. Lyons, _ 1,00 " " 52 Joel Tnrrell, 1,00 " " 52 Ezekiel Fritz, 1,00 v" " 52 J.-Etheridge, 1,00 , " "-52 John Trumbull,: ,58 " " 30 Horatio Robert^ 1,00 " " 52 Philip" Leonard, 1,00 " " 52 Wm. E. Scott, 1,00 " " 52 Jamea N. Eldrcuge, 4 copies, 4,00 i " " 52 Smiths & Stevens, 1,00 " " 52 Bentley & Bead, ' 1,00 ; " " 52 Hrsloii & Coffin, 1,00 " " 57 Pnilo C. Luce, .50 " " 26 H. F. Turrell,, , 1,00 " " 52-To the Friends'of Foreign Missions. Once more a :Box is in preparation for the Sandwich Islands. Persons desirous of contributing in Flannels, Socks * Shoes, Cotton Goods, lor anything useful, for the Missionaries, are informed that their Donations will be thankfully received, and forwarded on-lor about the first of September. ; J. LYONS: Montrose, July 8, 1846. I MAIMED, In itraukliii, on Sunday the 5th iust-„'by the Rev. O. Fraser, Mr.'William W. Pikrsos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

^^ttftstym y ^A3OTED, i tffkfk Bnahela Timdthy seed on pr before the cJVrvF 20th. bf September next, 6n which the highest price <Jt11 he I*** in "Cash and Good., by m*u k V .; J. 8. PBIRONNET. FriendiviHeiJnly, 18«i - HYS|*p«> & COFlfIN, Produce and General Conumssiori Mcrchflnts,43Frontst. N.Y. \: rHTICCLAS attention orren to the sale of Batter and Cheeae. Defer to Measn. MiUa &, Sherman, MoutroM, Peon's, who wQJ nuke liberal advances on Produce consigned to their care, and Wy over tho proceed, a. aoon-ns sold.- \ i? New York/^uljr, 1846; 5—ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

MO&EnVEty GOODS Tabs, Bushes, Ribbons, Calfcl &?X^!, ^ ' reduced prices, for aale by' T*"1 **" *"• " P^T July1Sth. - ; -J- LYONS. /^OD-FISH-o new t4-just received and for ^ •*» by '. I 1. LYONS DAQUERRIAN GALLERY. A HICKCOX, Daguerrean Artist, wfflremainin ^i „i. Wa V6* ?"?"' "°dW ""PPyto **& upon1 °U _55?m»y fi«* him with a call. ^ Thoae out of town are respectfidly. invited to call fa-Art00 - e»»nn>ie specimen, bf this wonderftJSf * J!?^ P6"6" ^ ** e"1 "" »f »*' ¦» P* ir1SelyT0 , !J*e• "^t executed, aUdafaded'ei: I^MicAvete3- 8e ^& ^ **«' ^ *»A HTFot particular, iea large bflhL Jnly7th,;1846. r f PK0¥ISI0| STOBET : (Do BMiWlI?. TOIL!, supply the rrablic: wjth a. good article, of ? » Provisioas as can be; found in Soaqnehannn Oonnty i He u prepartd to farni.h every aYticleid the-eating line—fresh hnd tjalatable—that may be called for by any bard-fistedj yeoman or gcnflenuS m. tlie land :> Such as I ^^ Pies,' Calces, Cheese. ~ ! ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

¦ 4 Cootl Mov«meiit. «-«oiman Cameron recently offered a refola-TX>Bm me V ls genatej wh .ch ^rf ¦ Ui^ the Secretary of War to furaikh . to of the «.nunis«i0n4 officers, ncm-conlmi«ioaed officer, and Privates Wlfd or wounded on the 8th and 9th of ay ™ Y efEsgement. with the Mexican.. The objeclfof this resolution, we regret to «| Vy a« .obtained^ consequence of the Departmentof 'Varnot pc-leaungthe reqvdredjnfonnajioa. ^^ "e^now is ^etbing new, a. it ha. not been the Pmcuce to g|e th* name, of any who fall j. battle WP L^ f*f*-* officer,: but it Devertbe-^V^ldje.done; oat of respect for the aerrfce. ndend thf country, and for the fafon^ rf fllT ^""l "* mtonaa&}a *«-* Mofa friend, 2w ^™,U Utde80f ^«<*»*?. wouMbe *r Preferably to the anxious solicitude ^perieoced frr A. .ntufpation ef «ch a re«lt, ^^1 *e expecta,^ of the puhlic by furnirfunX ¦ WW* as reosured in the rssplution. ' 17* That wasa very cunning conversation "'twixt tweedle-dum and tweedle-dee"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

Expedition to Calafornia. This expedition, now fitting out at New York, and composed principally of stalwart yankees ("mm New York and the eastern' states, it is said will leave for their destination about the l.-t of Aumist. Al! who have enlisted have dour mi with the intention of nut n-mminj? tr> th- I'n-'ed .¦<"•'•• ¦ :. -I 'In- !;•• ¦'•nn,' >f-.:i.-.' Ii.-. ¦ i '•¦ .j. - . ¦ - I'Jui \\ ,r)l it- , a.' v. ., ',¦- -¦}• -'.hi; ;' i-'iu l!i:-fin.l In, ., ¦ ; fT'ii- I". >. " ••• : ,. t-i»I»«^iiii'..i.. ^ >.. .i i^j,. inbuih ol Lh« (.'i,i..i;.[^: . .". . i .- ..¦. ,. ,;,- ,, o(ni]>niA t.i Fly!:ij> Artiller.% u .ilt'r Cnjit. T"iii|ikin., 6 field pieces.-JO ;ii«-<;e.- •.: l«-iiw onln^nce. 4 howitzers, a large quantity of arms and ammunition, and materials of every Ilind necessary for the erection of a fortification. A Ijientenaut of Engineers also accompanies the expe iition to superintend the work. From all these extensive pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

AntfrSliivery Meeting. Montrose, July 4th, 184o. Doct J. BLACRMAN, Chairman ; Wm. Foster, Secretary ;\jHessrs. R. B. Little, Isaac Post and G. Hawley, the Committee for that purpose, report the following Resolutions : Resolved; That Slavery, (i. e, tliat holding of man as property,) is a grievous sin against God, and the inalienable "rights of man, which should be at once repented of, and forsaken. Resolved, That it is not merely a Stare, or local sin. If the District of Columbia be National ground,—if the Constitution, and Acts of Congress proceed from the American People,—if the admission of Missouri, Texas, and other Slave-holding Territory, into its Union, be National acts,—if Inter- State Slave trade, be by Congressional sufferance,—and if the free States are tlie very walls around the great Slave Prison; all their physical power too, being pledged to the oppressor, then is Slavery a National sin; Pervading the entire Republic; and laying its load of guilt upon every ci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

of IVAPpLEON. ! A skETCII. For onVhundrell dnvs^ie genius Napoleon was displlvcd'as it hud been for eighteen years, anion ihe plains/>f Waterloo he made a final stand. As to that great battle, it seems to its impossible to-form other than one decision. Napoleon's plans were never more skilfully laid. Fouche, on whose secret iiifofmation the British commander was to refy, had craftily, failed to give anv. Wcllin|jton was fairly caught; witlf the same co-<f>eratioiuon both sides, he was lost beyond redemption. There- is but one consideration Sn the case: Blucher by a forced march sttpe unexpectedly into tlie field with forty thousand men, and his coming decided the vi|tory. Had he kept'away as Grouchy dicHj-who was left to watch hiinrror had Grouchy followed him as he sliould hate doue,|the result must have beep entirely different, f But the great Corsicaif s star was to sink, find it sunk. Defeat became an utter ropt, and the conqueror of half Europp was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

<¦ From the VocaUst Thk Farmer turned Soldier. My fithet wait tt farmer good S With corn and beef in plenty ; 1 inoWcd, Olid hoed, and bold the plow AxL lunged for oue-and-twenty. " For i bad "quite a martial turn, Amf ucorned the lowing cattle: I binined to wear a uniform, Hejor drums, and nee a battle. .My Bir th-day canio; my father urged, Bift stoutly 1 resisted, Jlt'y ifcte'r went; my mother prayed ; Bdt off I went and 'listed. They marched me ou thro' wet and dry, Toj'toues more loud than charming, But iujrgin? knapsack, box, and pm. Wjis harder work than farming. ¦ \Ve tnet tlie foe—the camvnw roared, The crimson tide was flowing, Tho frightful death-groans filled my ears; 1 ttil-bed tliat I was Ulowjug. I \m[ my leg—the foe came on, Tlji-y had me in tlicir clut'-h>-s; I starved in prison til the peace, Tljen 1 loblid home on c-rutclics. "> Tbk Siiuiu's CSiarti—The following lines arc supp{HitK:<l tu have been written by a Sailor ou the blank...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

• l-'nini rli'- Saturday Courier. I The Daughters. ' nv ,X" I- -J. Numcroun instances might he related of daughters who have excelled in affection, in kindness, in obedience and In piety ; but the reader t}o dobt can call to mind" many cases of this |iind, fresh in liis own recollection, which Ufnves it unnecessary fbr us to menJ tion thefn. Every daughter should he affectionate and kind, fi^-, without these traits of loveliness, wotnniu "in any situation, would he unworthy ofljcr name; for they .'"lorn and grace her far! more than' can beauty of form or features^ and fur more lasting—for outward beauty may soon fade away, but the beauties of r)ie mind and heart remain while life lasts; apd every pain ami sorrow—disappointment or misfortune only calls them the more injo exercise. No accomplishment can be compared to them, and that mother who neo-lect| the cultivation of her daughter's affectiofis,- is unworthy the place she occupies in isocietv, and may yet live to mourn o\e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

JBANK NOTElJgj^, connrxTEo; we^klt ron T«S fisorLK's aovocjitk. j ^^Miistrose, June 2ft. 18-lfi- ; VEVN'SYl-VAMA. tTnder$5s 4 di» J'ttilA-Ulphth btmb, par ^W HAMPSHIRE. MUn A Meji hank yat All nolvuiit biinkn i oft MU'inneua^i^ hunk par MAINE. lJiinu tovirnihip bank par Calais bank 10a—L'|8 bank notes 25 dts Ap-icttltiiral bank do Ufrard • 'do par City bk Portland do Pifiuuy.l'n. (do i«ir Daniarincotta do . tnfnnauUrWii par .\fcrcantile bk do 1)1-1 co "J- a|ie»trr par Stillwiiter Canal bkdo Cft-rtercoiltWChesterpar Banjtor (-oni bk do Afmitgrmiery <-o ]>ar VVestbrook bk do K«nner»' b'k Hucksco juu Citizen"' bk do Ki^nner»' bk Uciul'g pai lJlol»- bk do Efc-tmi ' "pur \\:i.sliinyt<m co do N(irtliai"ii'(!n no sale Fninktiinl l)k do L#nra»U!r bank par All solvent banks j din Kdr bk Lancaster par VERMONT. I,ybanon ' 3 ili" Rank of-St Albani} 1J dw Harrisburg; 1 dis Bk iii" Bennington — die MSddletown 1 di* All solvent banks A dis Cirisle ; 1 diV| MARSAOHl.'SB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

; PXYMP! ' Q*t§?Sj9l ' ' I 1II E sj-ffi-t; .-il icr. bavin? .leased-hijfap^^ " J_ Shop, Is desirous of snunruifr his J^Tf Vr arcoums. All who are indebted to ^gJ-^Kk. liinrior black ^uiithunj, would cot fer mLmuug byfi a/great fax-or by payin^up iiimtediiite-^^™ti*r /fv. He disli Kvs to make r^ist or ej tra tn»iblc, bolt; unless this no:iee is proniptly atieuded to. be »i«be under the neriMi/yof Uyiui: luiot n-r pldn totiillect bis dues. 7 PERRY JENXS. fubmtrose, June 30, IfMfi. 3—ftw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

T» AN* A\VAY fmtn the subscriber on Frida\. " S\:w XX 81I1. tet'i. STEI'lfEN n. LYONS, an imlen;. ed' appreuUce lo the Tailor.ng bitsiQe>-. Ali |ler- -oils an' hi-rebv cautioned ai.'ain-I harb'-tuiL'"i- tpl-!- 1112I tlie said apprentice in any way, ;ls 1 shall deal with them Becurding to law. \ .IOIIS GROfES. Montroso, .Iun» 20, IStfi. -J—3w MOIVTROSE FOrS'RRV The Tarifl: snnl tho People:: :c, 'o. m1 d, v, ¦ THE farmers of Snsipiehaiiuah l.'ouiily iiiehenfby imtiliefl that the larf.'i«t and best assortment of Plnuidis and Iron Castings of every kiud'und variety, may be had fre*h from the Kiinmc; of! D, POST, JR. &CO., Cheaper than the Cheapest, fur Cash !; Let it be' understood that we will nol be undersoilL V\'e have, too. the larjresl ussiirtni -lit of fJoods 111 out-line, pf any Foundry in Northern PennsyKauij, Liiusi-stiug oi'l'LOL'GliS that will bo up bill, and dewn hill, and on the level—to wit: )d.m Phniidis, Wayne Colinty l'lougbs. WumVn Ubl-1'uteut, Side If...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 July 1846

PltUDl'CE, Cash, and approved credit may be pxchanard for Iron lVm\ at" '¦ '' .POST'S FI'RNACE. ljh VERY kind of Mill-Irons, good and strong, and "Xji uiado loonier by I). POST, JR., & CO. SHORT & SWEET! A LL Persons indebted tji the lute firm oftt. J%- Keteham &. Co., will save ex(K!|ise, mid some treble, by >• R«>ndei-iii|t imtoryiesar wl'^at is Ca-sars." Tlie A*coiijils of JI...K. Si Co., arti.iu the haiiils of " . ' • D. POST, Jit. aiontrose, June 24, 1846.1 I | Leghorn bonnets. A NEW.ILol of Leghom oinl Straw, Bonneu!;, !4nd eligiuit Uonuet Uibbonn just reedived at jS4tli June !S4li. _ " SAfJlSBURV'S. TT FORPT^UMSr7" ~ -OOR SALE at ' f-\ ¦ - i I SAilSBUR v"8 ]J_ MERRILL. fcfcH0]pT\\ OfAVB ,j|Uit received a unnll.kil of English Straw p.1 Hats, which will bu solq us —«the cbcupesl ^__ TTl'ba»beencurrentiyreport-^^^^ ^^fe L edtlirougbtliecounty, and^^^^ KM is the decb»re<li opinion of hun-^^^ ^^Bl dted: that in point of: variety...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

; I p'ocfrn. I I THE CHAPWET. , . iRO!K " CHtANn's BilXADS." Whflo Blanche w» yonri;: niid blitjie, one Jay 6bo leu fer little mates at play To gather flower* ami leaflets green, When, frdra the coppice-wilderness Stepped f|»rth a Dame in ro) til dress, . Like=konnrdreani4inagc<l Fairy Quota. i i • She gazej upon llio wondering child, (Snzinl lofig and long, ami blandly -milt-d, Then wound n Ciaylri round lior l>ro«-, *t A man^ a spr ing 'twill bloom and shine," ¦ ijue said.i- O, spotless daughter mine, Willjhlooui aud isliiuc as now i" And Blanche crew up, and as she grew. And tears like droits of livins dew, Ran f™» ber lily cheeks, and die Strayed IqlxIliesl where tile nicmilinht cold Lay tranqcd.ou pine-tree dells—beheld .' .' The £uunlel Ulo&joincd beaatoously !.-J And whejfi her bridegroom pressed her lips, -%nd kissep away (he chill eclipse Wkicji, like a cloud u'er Summer bowers. So overdafked in uiaidt-u life Her ycar$aud beauties, then the Wif...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

; BATTLE OF DB£si>£IV. iiHiscellann. no* HliDLpS » SATOLEOS 4SD „,s HAn,HJU.5.-"On the; evening of tlieir approach" St. L}r; wrote |o Napoleon the following letter: |DRESDE.vt 2Sd Aug:, 1813; ) ¦ ! 1 • . 10 at nig-ht. . f At fire t||s afternoon the cnemv approachafrj^fe^J1 ^ attack this eveuin-r. butlprobabjy it will take place to-morrow. Your Maj«£tjr'kuows better than I do, what time it requires for heavy ' artillery to beat down encl|sure walls and palisades.' The nej^night, at midnight, he despatched anotherio him, announcingau immediate naack, and closing up with "We are determined td'do all in our power : but I can answer for I notlring more with such young soldiers. Immediately on the-reception of the first letter|^iapoIeon surrendered his command to Mhedonald, and tnrncd his face towards Dresden.. Mural'was despatched, in hot haste, Co announce his arrival and re-asfure the besieged. In the middle of his guards, winch had marched nearly thirty miles a da|- sin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

Fertility of Palestine. .: Indeed, every ikipir ti>'»* 1— ' , ,- "i " poscu, weVe ;inr iiiihu< 01 ill 1 unbrfnever-!. Who, towards the end of the last ciNitury. Indulged in u:ibecuinin<r pleasantry, as if tie ^ctual unprodiietiveness of the country* tvere jan ocular disproof of the averments and impi cations found in the Seri;>Mtres, whieh siwjws that it wi< oii^e hi'rhiy fertile, and Supported a verv larn-e population. Wher-; i>ver the eX;KTi'.ii»>iit lia-; been furlv tried, thi ! Ji'/rjcul nral eap.ib.lilies of the land have been snlislaetorilv established. The mo-Sment that the cessation of marauding and tv 'j.rannv allows the inhabitants, unskilled ijhou'j-h thev are. to apply themselves to tin ^improvement of the M>il,—smiling fields, ] ijbleatihs (locks, and lowing herds, come to ijali' ord them a pleasing recompense. SIIomIo | 'la permanent peace and a good government I [give the natives scope for mlprovein^ th"i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

Strasijre Discovery. Gibraltar, March, 1840. A few weeks ago the Chief Justice of Gibfaher had .-.nine workmen employed at his house; and while oneiuf them wqs digging near the dining room window, h.e percu?ved an opening, which he found Was very deep. He, with some others ali.l th.; Chief Justio. himself, ventured down; the- npperrurc, and wTflt-/r,';&rM»flUi2.al>put/orty feet, almost pertites hanging „!,„,„•u, ,,,,„,.u> ^ ^(). various lorms—some like eaulithnvvrs. In • li.-mmst of all this wa* a human skeleton M.c-kmg to the rock, and Ule bones of a do-, >.'stde ,r, both haungbo'comepetnli-d. Tin I hi.'f Ju.-lice » |,on,e, Much i» an old one, •s bunt immed.at.ily ovef the cave. 1 walk'¦«lou: ...1 the 4 I, hist, to examine the bo^s. lt|s <ltnte niclnuchoh-jp see tlie >kull; the J^ ter has dropped on the lower jaw till it H« run down ami h.mjened. giw,,.,lt j]1(. ti-l^urauce of a beard.: Some pans are -«te l'wriii,d. Th.^l^-MccuyunJud...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

itlislafceu in the Person. I - • nccnlent occurred ill the U. S. Senate on jesday last, which created a good lauMi ande complete discomfiture of its orio-ih> iot.% young blood from Virffiiiiawwiitrotsd upon the floor, by a senator from Lbatte. ami tpok his se^t nm,.n-the privtlqgf.rfiWui^w iColle;ct|ed there. Af*r fPei>< uu hour, |ie left) in comoanv wiih las nonal fneud, bus discovered, asso|n ^ c .ached the. ouuida door -that liis glovs-i new pair of yellow kids—wcL IU1S41J • J [ "'vost gloveth ; .theyfhave been tholin - fromia' ; . " ")ou suspect any-one?" inquired the scnair. . j n T r ;;^r;ido.'" i • •' I • »''- d enough to poiiit.him out." [ • A c W carried him black to the flook andiin^,to two very ordilmri{ drMS K -g«uuni%-aid, »lt H-uth one of those tvlo ,n«»i i . ,j. " Vedj. of those persons is Mr. P \- the Intuj^.iste^tne cither is General 77~~: & Commandef--iu-chiet* uf the »mtul&iliroly. ; T Tlt;,yclnuII was thttuderstmckj at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

—————^^^^^__^_—_L____- ' ¦ yermy4f Advertlsfy. ^^ Advertisemetits cbaspicuquBly inserted at: theOfU. "}.»«e8.pf ?iftt t^«I5!lfcv:wuaTOfor:tM:fii»t,uid TwEsit-FivE CE.\T5-udditional for each siibseqaent iniie0jpnj.;-7- , -.-..-.'s -jEi;-.:: s.--.».;iC, ,.;,»,.--T/*y Vearly -A'dverdsementsv-with tho' privilegDof •!• teraaoDv,aot to exceed t .... . ,Jj -, *.,..«• '^^P^^>^i|* '"^"p?PWi^'y*t«t'~, ~i|5 00 HalfOolunin .^ ' ' do ' dp , *," ~1| 00 -Oao Coliuhn;'' ; " 36 " ' " daj—':-'{& 00 Business Cards,.; "i -da ,.1 •'¦ dol? - ' 3 00 AU other, lulvertiBemeatsT-inserted at^eanwbta r ates,. . ' ' _ " ' '," -u ' ¦ ' ' '' *' !"-r,' Advcrtiscnienis''shonla bo "marked wfui ttjo^namber.ofauertiote>Ye«(nirda. 7 '¦[ •-[,! '•-"'

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