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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

J SHERIFF'S S|VLESl IfJY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas issued | XJ> out of the Court of CominouJPleas of Susq'aco. laud to me directed and delivered will be exposed to jpqblicsale at the Court-house, inMnntruse.on Satur-|thp 12th day of June next,, at'l tj-'ciock. P., M.: j iAll that certain tract or parcef|nf, land, situate in Jtlm Uiwnshrps of Silver Lake and Chocmmt, connty jotiSusquehaunna and state of Pejinsylvania, buUed, sbtjunded, aud described as follovts, viz: Beginning «atia hemlock, a corner of a lot of land formerly coujvcH-ed to Levi Smith; thence eaitj 124 perches mid |8-l0tlis of a perch to a beach ra^fus line of alot convftyed n Datiii'l Chamberliu/thiuce by the same sojuth 12B perches and. 2-J<fths of u perchi; thence |wpstl24 perches and^-ioths rjf- a: pereh;; thence mirth by the aforesaid/Smth's eait line 125 perches ai|d 2-10ths of a pejcli to' the pli|ce of beginning—Containing 100 aprfe, more or le|s, with the appiir--temances, a log h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

MOHBOSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOHX H. DIMOGK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Montroso, J?a.—Has. removed bis office to Turnpike' street, North side, one door East of the office of B. T. Case, Esq., 1 and three doors west of tho Register Printing Office.- SMITHS, STEVENS & AVERY, Cabinet arid Chair Makers—Montrose, Susqhehluna county) Pa. W. W. SMITH, I ' T. STEVEN'S, V _ a. ssniii, jn, I " f. Aveitr. CALEB WEEKS, Saddle, Harness and Trank-Makcr^—Shop opposite' the Farmer's Store. v R. SEA RLE & CO. A good assortment of Dry Goods. Crockery, Hard-" ware, &c. &c., West side of Public Avenue. ¦'¦¦' BENJ. SAYSE, :" Dealer in Stores; Hardware, Dry poods, tad, West side of Public Avenue. .F.B; CHANtJLER ttWOi ¦''¦ Dealers in Stoves, Tin-\yare, Stationery, Dry Goods, &c. Sx.—East side of Public Avenue. ~ MERRILL &, ROOT, r Dealers in Hajs, Caps, Furs, Plough Points, 4e.-»-' West sideyrif Public Avenue. ~ ^E. W. HAWLEY, ~T~ Still continues the Blucksmi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

Mrfi. Bo'int—Will youi oblige « Lilj - erty tarty Wan and K Subiscribar to yoi^r pape|by giving place in the Advocate to fife reinalk* of C errit Smith, Esq., (accompanyling tliis) iu reply lo many solicitation* for hi* natte to 1 land as the candidate for the Pre«|ency, iliould his, friends succeed with him in the contemplated Convention of that partyi I A Liberty Party Man. TMe west uk» but even-handed justice in this matter—she asks, but for an equal distribution of tie county offices^i he asks but for her ri|rbti,.and the practice of Democratic stntiirrenH. This she asks, and it will be the duty and tbe pleasure of her citizens to move in a phalanx for its accomplishment. I FRIENDSVILLE. t:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

; i I: j j i; i THE subscribers are novr {receiving their stock of ... ¦ . :¦'•¦' SPrimG jAND StTM»[ER GpOD^.t, To which they invite atten jion. . Moat kinds of produce ree'd in exchange. They wish it distinctly understood tl »t. they are -not nnxiousj tot fell i goods/ fittpt for PAY DOWN. K.x , fMib^Shermafl, j Montrose May 18,184" i _.... _.,. _ :,r-;mm^,^,^ A BOV aaaft Apprentice to jhe Tinbnsi«essi "A -Ud 16 or 17 yean old, of jgnod niorsl character, who wU>,trv fQj raakfi kin jwlf nyofal, and can getapMr/jihuSemormog; 'n 11 f^goodencouragemeattbycaDuigat "*i .«iF'"iv" «¦'-' «©! , ^ ¦[; *-.'¦:. .-."-x-o ^.^ohs*B*r*Otfs.V ' *,"P**1 ^5**^ ' ^Hit jx j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

' "' ' #» WlflBWMi ' The Executive Committee of the Susquehanna County Agricultural Society liaye^r-•¦""ired ».^» p^'niums to be nwardect/at ihe annutji Fair knd Cattle Show of the Society, to be heir} in October next, as follows: For the best acre of {winter whehif i...,$S 00 2nd best, f » - « • - t 3 00 For the best-acre of Spring Wheat, 5 00 2nd best \ " , «' J ¦¦ ' 3 00 For the best lucre of Corn, . ,, *; 5 00 2nd best \'\ " t 3 00 For the best acre of Oats, $ 00 Forthe best half acre of Rata Bngn, 3 Oil " \" "! Sugar Beet, 3 00 \" " Carroti, 3 00 For the best jHcre of1 Potatoes a copy of ilie Farmer's Instructor, Bor the best Butter riot teas than 10 lbs. 3 00 For the best cheese 3 00 For the beat Cow, j 5 00 2nd best •¦ " 3,00 For the best [Heifer, the " Cultivator" one year. • ! t For the best ICalf, aj copy of the •• American Veterinarian, or diseases of Domestic Animals." : j For the best? Ewe, 3 00 Uud best j » one copy of MorelPs Americnii Shepherd." For the best ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

BANfe NOTE LIST. •CORRKCTEO wjjeKLT H >R THIC PEOPLE'* inv'nriTI PENNSYLVANIA, i Under *5» .Irfj, Philadelphia link, pa. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man & Mec bank pai All solvent banks i dit Moyamensiug bank ]>ai MAINE. Penn township bank |iai Calais bant I Dull s bank notes So ili> Agricultural bank do Girard do I \m C.ty bk Portland do Peunsyl'a do ] j ai Damariscotta do •Germamown j i su Mercantile bk do Del co al Chester pai Stillwater Canal bk do ChestercoatWCbesterpai Bangor Com bk do Montgomery eft rjai Westbrook bk do Farmers' b'k Bricks co Jiai Ciuzens' bk do Farmers' bk Rfcsd'g has Globe bk do Easton | pat vVasbington co do Northampton ¦ no salt' Krankford bk do Lancaster bank par All solvent hanks I dis Far bk Lancaster ' par VERMONT. Lebanon ; I |dw- Bank <if St Albans lj dis Harrisbnrg j I dri- Bk.of Bennington —dir MiddletoWB \ 1 dit All solvent banks' \ dis Carisle ! 1 Wi, MASSACHUSETTS. Columbia bridge pai All solvent banks \ di» Northamhe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

. B6M© (L._P©ST &©0. \ ARE receiving their stock of Spring and Summer Goods, Consisting in part of |i N GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, ; Cloths, Cassiiners, i Velvet and Marsielles Vt-stingf, Linene, Blea. and lunhlenched; Tweeds, Orejron and York Mixtures, Stripes and Plaid, Woolen Substitute, &c. dtc. ; ' LADIES' DRESS GOODS. , Plain nnd figurfil Delaines, Lawns, Jaconets, Ginghanis,iGingbam Lawns, Fash-, iouable Dress Silks. SHAWLS. Abenutfiul nssnrtment from 5s to $5,00. Parasols, Silk dt Cotton, from 2s, $2,50—Pans, rich style*. Oil Silk, Worsted, Linen Hdk'fs, silk floss. Silk Lnce, Linen Edging*, best oss't in town. Brussels Luce, Buttoug, Fringes, Bobbins, figured Muslins, Hosiery anil Gh-ves of all descriptions. ENGLISH &, AMERICAN PRINTS. Bonnets, tabs, flowers, Ribbons, Skirts, a new article. Pat. Leal her Slips, Buskins, dec. GROCERIES, Of every kind, Crockery, Hardware, Iroiij, Nails, Steel Mill Saws, Log Chains, Tin Ware, Fish, and Pork. SOLE LEATHER, (B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

NEW GOODS, ©IKIEAIPIIr. THM) EWfffin BENTLY dr, READ are now receiving n very large nnd complete assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which they offer to their friend* ^ sTntl the juilijic, at prices so low that they cannot be beat iu Susquehanna county, and we re»- liectfully invite ALL to give us a cull before purchasing elswhcre. Our thanks are due our customers fur (heir Liberal patronage, during the pa«t yealf, and we solicit n conjtiniiance of the same, assuring them that f THEY WILLNQT BE UNDERSOLD.' \ Montrose May 17, 1847. 49w0

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

' fttWGM. < jTpHE subscribers are .now receiving their ,_L stock of | SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, To which they invite attention. Most kinds of produce ree'd in exchange. They wish it distinctly understood that they are not anxious to sell good* ezetpt for PiV POWJM. Mills*. Sherman. : Mo'iirose Mav 18, 1847. %%% %^&^§a FB. CHANDLER & CO. are now re-• reiving n large mid well selected addition-to their stock of Good*, to which thev would invite the attention of purchasers. Their stock is now quite large, and they, are determined that fur Cash, Barter,or.oil approved credit, they will sell at least- as loin ns any establishment in the county. Montrose May 17, 1847. A MERICAN, French and English Clothand Cassimeres, Satins and fancy Vestiujrs for sale by Chandler ii Co. "^ CLOVERSEED. CI.QVERSEEO of the large kind, for sale by Montrose.May 27. 1847. Chandler & Co. PRINTS, a good assortment, American n ud English. Veny cheap. Chandler 6c, Co.. SUMMER S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

I^fEW GOODS. R. Ii. SUTPHIN «<, CO. ARE jijst receiving the largest and best assortment uf GOODS ever offered iu ilus market, consisting in part, of ; Fa*cyi Points , rich Ginghams, Gingham at>d priced lAttni, M.de. lainet, Flor-Jtncc and straw B0nncts, Bonnet te ' Dress Trimmings, Rich ami cheap Summer Shawls, Scarfs and dress ifreri,p*r, \ uoh,hilk, i brush, and leg. lorn Hats; Men if Bow Caps, tin extensive riot,!f^Qts*?M,8*mmer Goods, I ftyWjJ*** *™** BttU, \jri*lt*i*M**d vrnpUUassortment V £h#erUt-Fja, FruU$, Drugs and Dpi, Paints and Oils—Hardware , Inn, j M«itt, Creikery, fXtfe. i Which will be sold CWeasli or approved credit,*, dteap astheyi can too oMn*d this side ofNel £«?* Cit/i •^im^m^mm^'m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

J. LYONS, T8 now receiving abandsmae lotof Dry Crooda, Crockery & Hardware, Books & Stationery, Groceries, Dye-stuffs, Nails, Fish, &c. &c. Thankful to friends for past favors, he hopes by Selling cheap to receive a liberal shang of thi-ir jiatnuage.. XT Recollect, for CASH ut least, ho \i not to be undersold. Montrose, May 13. 1347. WANTED. Geese Feathers, Butter, It is«, Ueo»- wax. &c. Sic. I. LYONS. May 13, 1847. BOOKS. LARGE Family Bibles for 10s; also common and pocket Bibles, Testaments, Reo^rniphies and Atlases,. Arithmetics. Grammars, Philosophical iiud Chemical Books; Cobb's. Sanuders", i and Town's Spelling Book; Porter's Readers. A good assortment of Toy Books rtnd Tickets. Also, the uevv Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, and Baptist secieties; Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &c. &r. for sale by J. Lyons. May 13, 1C47. OATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pius, Duller * Stamps and Ladles, by J. Lyon's..' May 13. is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

NEW ABRAMCiEraEXT. 2>JMI3ni9S) <& ©Jli^PiT/Iim, FARMERS' EXCHANGE SpringviHe, Pa. THE Subscribers would respectively pjvt .notice to the public that ihey have rtx'.l a new and complete^assortment of Spring and Summer Gooils, all of which they will exchange for any kind of pro luce th.it tinpublic tire generally accustomed to traffic in. They feel assured that they are prepared to compete with any that are, engajri-il in the " Rag trade," " Our friends ill Tunlhannock to ihe contrary iiolwltlistandinjf." We sell for ihe profit; and no humbug—Call and prove for yourselves—We do "not endorse the 10 per cent project, hut the prool of the pudding is iu the eniing. A. LATflROP. E. F. CHAPMAN. Muv 17, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

GARMENT CUTTING. rjIHE subscriber having withdrawn for Ihe pres-M. cut from all connection with the tailorius business except cutting, will hereafter give his attention to that particular branch exclusively. From a lon« urn successful experience, with recent impn.vemeiit»C aud a regular receipt of the latest fashions, he ha. eut.re-confidence in iis ability tfl plense all wlw. may employ him. To prevent misapprehension he would further state, that haviug worked heretofore for the sake of working, he intends in future to work iv. . Iu •the V*!' (e*cel" where cl»rity mav d.ttateotherw,«.j Those therefore who are able MW • Sy" withhulJ.w*» I'l«»e al» withhold their cnstoui. tli^ °T ,he Ha* StQre' fiwt buiWinP "n"h «f the 6tage nouse p r|.v«, Mont««,May5,1847. ^ *' „mS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

WOOL CARDING, AND SPINNING. THE subscriber wishes to inform his friends and former customers that | )e is prepared to card Wool with despatch „„d in the best style. He will nisi, take .mod clean Wool in the fleece and deliver it in good sr,,,„d Yarn ,,i from 8 lo 10 cent. .M-r run. Those having to hire llieir niiun ,i« done, would find this t„ tlieii- ndvanm,^ mid save themselves u,e ,rou,,,e0rlJre.lurf, ' tlieir own wool. ^ Wool will be taken to maiiufuciure iimo Broadcloih, Elaiinel, Blunketo, and dmwls. lo suit customers. wiiTil0 ''11^1 ^^ P° uad * of Jwch-not Lard v o k*nM exch»»ge for work. H. B^*.It n expected that payment will be uit.de in nil cases when the work is de-Uvered, either in cash or salealile pnidiiee. an f " tJ ^ ANiEL H. KE&LER. ***rX«fej May 15,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

PtQUGHSJ! m**N ?i;°-P^f> ««d>ouiui for «le b» AprUai. .- :. MilU^Bbernhui. ¦Z DRESS XJOODS. i ) SUCH «s Ciskbiwres, De Uah^ mi,, ^l^g ,<Ve, • fxmjmmjjpu reeel/ed by ; ^p' rek^lMT. JIW#.*1WWW^ *¦ '¦ A.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

/''''''^Hb^OiN-fA'L j'' ' SPINNER! IN connexion with the following certificate were handed lo us the teslimbtiiiil* of several highly respectable Indies, vj-ho have used the Domestic Horizontal Spinning Wheel, and who concur in saying istihstiiiilially, that they can spin with it jieven or eight run, (or about four day's Work) per diem, with ns much ease-as they jican perform on ordinary day's work with a common wheel. -The inference is irreWtiihlc; that it will hereafter he more profitable for ilie farmer who manufactures his wjiol, with ihis machine to have in his employ at llic same cost for Ijihor, one girl, than four girls wiih the common staud-uiid-spiii wi}ieels:— [People's Advocate. \ The undersigned, eitizens of fljfnutrose, have wituesseil with much satisfaction llie nfl'nitioii of a nrivtd machine di-njmiinnled ihe " Domestic Horizontal SpinuiniJ-u'heel," lately invented hy Hiraiii F. Wjieeler of Spriugville, in this eouuty. It appears to us to he u valuable inipro^en...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

FIRST ARRIVAL, OK new Seaw.unlil.- and la>liinuiible fiiods for the Sprius and Siiirioi.-r tnide of 1847.-is now lii-iug^received bv the wulnc-rilier direct! Inim New 1 ork by llail Road ami Traim. The subwrillrr u-tulerx his tlumki> to', the public, for lira very liberal putmunge hitherto bestiwed. »nd h ipra to merit u coutiu'iuuce of tile saini', bv bi-epiug on h 1 ihose G(m»1< most desimlilrt f.ir i-heapiii-ss. dunibility. stjle nnd fasldou. Please call aud examine the new good.-, just iii^-uiu-; «l Salisbury's. M-inirnse, March 2->. lf!47. SUMMER CLOTHS. Ap reat vurietv ..I S|prin2 and Summer (Wda fni Boys aud ^ Men's wear—very low—firxt ret-'d a Suli.-ibilry'-. March 2j. 1847. UltOAD CLOTHS, CASSIMEttS, Tw-etle*. *c. &c. «c.. *.. .jil-1 received inid will be sold lor u s:null profit ui. Salislju rv's. Ma ill ?V 1!117 IRISH LLNE.NS, LINEN Cambric iiml Silk llilkff. l.inen Tallin .S^in-ml-. fine lili-acln-d Mii.-lilis. Uhci-k, Mii.--li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

MOitf ROSE ^OTN^Y. THeTartfT asisl tkle Pe«»|eu THE farnien of Siisquehannah County frehereby upti|ed that the largest and best assortment 01] I'lrmxhs tind Iron Costings of every kind aiid variety, may be ljud'Xreeh from the Furnace of | ! IMPOST, JR. & CCJ., Cheaper!lhau the Cheapest, for flash! |. { Let it be ¦ unuWiUMid that we*wiH not|be undersold . W|> Have, too, the largest assorttnerii of Good. in onr liije, of any Foundry iu. Northern Pennsylvaob, consLithig of PLOUGHS that will go nji hill, ami down hip. and on the level—to wit: Iihiii Ploughs, W -?P™ F'L""ty" M;n,8fe- W«kk1's Olit Palent, Sidri Hill PloVgh*. &*¦• &c. too immeroiis to in|iition. > Pint $ Co., will also funiisbjlbeir customers with Aodiroiu} of ev«!ry size, with Wagon Boies,/Slnv; ^""^-"A"1 iB"1'Sle*,1 •Sh"v'», Dug-Churn Irons, Kaii uing MiU I(iiu». and indeed everv kind ofjlron Citilt mgs thatj the' farmer and hanHisted yemhinry of the County tnay desire. Then call a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

-SpRT&SWEBT! A \.)a\ llersons indebted to the late Sirra of II Kejcltam & Co., will save expense;- and sonn "rKiible,|l>y| " Rendering unto Cicsnr whut^s Ca-sars.' The 'ArjcoUi^s of R. K. St. Co.. are i» the baud of ', I b. P(|ST. JR. Monttose. June 24. 1846. 1 1 1 1 i .-) . ' | T j - j - J ntiDelntenrcM. S. luminance Coirftjniw.Thiluilelphbj have authorize,! ihe ujidersigned J<i effect I«- -iiruncKii mi Buildings, Merchandize, audlbther pro|>- erty. ag&iust damage or lo.>« ljy fire. f The miaiense resources of the compan!-. and tWir ulheresce u> liiir mid hmioniible principles in the transaction of all their business, entitle tpeni to the ciiufidejice of the public as ii safe ltiealis of Insurance, i y. LUSK, Agent. ¦ M oifrose. .luiH-rfi. 1R4B. NEW STYLE.GENT'S HATS: \ SPRING FASHION PAR 1847, CnqWN—74, inches high.;.ri-lC yeoman. } bi 11 al at, siil.is. 1-llj I'nint and reur,. 4 curve. 1 It \ •ival, lliit. DiiiM—lj ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 June 1847

TO jTRAPPERS, HUNTERS, PBD-1LERS AND Ml|iRCHAltTS. I'llSjiiahest prices iu Cnik |aiid for $bippJns I?tirs. at the Old Hat]Factory, Slduun. South ol Sei^-lit's Hotel, where suuip j " . 3 6 or 800 pATSl •f different ipialities, cau be iluid (rum |l to $2 1eslian IS.it*. of ihe Mine (juulity have ever been sold •u Noetheru Peuusylvuuiii. j\Iso, a uc«r stock of i ¦ ' cap§ • I just received from N. Y. II ? • iva -ill. i?.4G. ;' ! - N.jli. IMi) HOUSEJCATSlwrintea—C-ish |uid fir any ipi uitily S^lEEP PEJ.TS. ' -—|— \: _ \ '. , ' j,_ BUt)i> .V .s'llt/E. s', course and fhfe, ut jdiriust eVcry ijuality and prie4 by 5 1 i . - MilL & .SHEBMAfi.

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