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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

MEW YORK MARKETS, j ^ connKcrxb wemu/i rorc the people's advooajte. Wheat flour, per barrel '¦ $8,00 ®10,p0 Rye do do 7.25 ® 7,50 Corn meal tdu fi,00 ® • LWheat, per bushel o>00 ® 2,g5 Rye, do ' 1,12 ® l'j>5 Corn do i>12 ® {i,5 Barley, do , n,82 ® n$3 Oats, do o,65 ® flio Butter ner lb. Orange co. 0,20 ® 0,22 do western dairy, 044 © 0'!l7 Cheese, per lb. ' n,06 ® 0,08 Beef, per barrel, me»s, , ] 1,00 « 11,75 do prime, «,5fl ® 9^5 Pork, per barrel, mess,11,75® ;!—do prime, 12^0 ®13|t)0 Lard, per lb. , 0.10J® 0,ll Hams per lb. smoked 0,07 fd> 0,09 American wool, per Hi. snxon 0,35® 0,37$ do full blood Merino 0,34 rai 0.j»8 do >4&J Merino 0,20 ® 0VS4 do native 4. $ Merino 0,26 ® 0,29

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

MARRIED. ¦ In this Borough on Sunday evening, June 13,!bv the Rev. H. A. Riloy, Mr. Theodore Smith, jmlior editor and publisher of the Sustjnehanun Register, to Miss Helex. daughter of Charles Avory, Esc]|- 1 [We congratnlateynr brother Typo on this Successful termination of a long siege—may he'livV; a hundred years, land his shadow never be /f««.^| !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

Grand Exhibition of m mm AT THE. ] I vmirw itJpEL5,©isu) ^xsLHAag'^^ WHICH has lately been enlarged, iiakini it the LarECSl Store in the coilntv. may bo seen, free of charge,'a well selected stick of ^-' NEW GOODS, j i LARGER than the LARGEST, arid more bESIRABLE than any in tbis.markei, which will be kJ-pt up in great splendor during the season bvj FRESH SUPPLIES from New York. Those who wisfc to purchase may always be assured ol* getting tlie I latest styles much liwer than thev cqji bri bought j-lswhere. We defy'.competition in regard to QU iNTITY, QUALITY,', and LOW PRICES. The bid axiom that 1* money saved, is as good as moxiev earned." is almost as old as the invention of motiev itsclf; but tbe practice of seHing irood Goods atlbvv prices, first onsinaied at the -NEW MILFORD EXCHANGE"—a PilACTICJE which has notiet been adopten liy our compctiuirs. We deem it unnecessary to give in detail all the articles we offer for sale, and would only add that we have a larsre supply of '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

NEW GOODS, &CHEA^. THE Fubscribers are receiving. a\well selected stock of NEW GOODS, which will m&o tlieir assortment very complete, and tuey sro defcrmiaed to sej^ oil term* that will b"e satiUactonito purchasers. : V ' ! V. BCRROVTS &.JCOJ Gibson, Jane 8, 1846. - • \ . j ! , , CHfAP DELAINS. i 6\ AT PIECES Mousseline DeLaines, handsotne M*3~ patterns, 1* 2d to 2« 3d per yard.st >. ' j i u. burrows&.qoti i. ¦:' * ¦ ,- . IV j"' PRINTED Lawns, Gm^hams, and other "dress ! Goods, very cheap, at ' \\ . j", V- BCREOW8 & po'sj BtlNNETS—« good j anortmeat of Florence sad ¦ .j Straw Bonnets, hod Bonnet trimroings W A ; C.1BUBROW8 & qo'4 X>|UNTS &. OIL—1,<XW lbs. White Lead in JT j0iL»t hut yeafi price*—(the price has ad., vaulted in market.) PARIS GREEN in 00, best quaEty, winch U a much handsomer green than any other for window Blind* , 4». Varnuh, 8p'U Tnrpentine, Putty, &c 4c. at;.. -; F 3 ', I . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

XEW TELEGRAPH LINES. A correspondent of the Rochester Advertiser says that the frequent breaks uf the Telegraph line from New York to Buffalo halve caused much discussion among business men, and they have resolved tp construct another line, to be operated by a new invention superior to Morse's. What that invention is, it is not stated, but we suppose it to be Pease's. The correspondent ndds that a gentleman will visit the various cities on the route in a short time and solicit subscriptions for the stock. It is said the new line will be built at about half the price the present one cost the stockholders. Leading merchants iu New York will start the enterprise and take Jiberally of the stock. The stock for another line from Xew York to Philadelphia, to be operated by the new invention, is all taken. From Philadelphia to-Washington, two gentlemen take all the stock. From New York to Boston, ten persons are interested iu the undertaking. The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser describe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

Cash paid for Wool! 50.000 P00!^WC OLwamv i ,"WWV ed«t?*he Hat Surf* one doot Above Searle'sHSid,.for which the highest price will be paid by"' -'. ' June 9th 1847. iMerril <fc Root* ' Any kind of JPnr, Mush, Able Skin, tygtorn, PaU Leaf, Sporting md Wool , a%L 5*!2Mm md *%*' cw*, suk, XSs ."C ** G/o«<*«!»d Velvet Caps, also Children', cap, selling ifaeap by -f f June 47- ¥ M.,£Root. : *- - ¦ £Jj. 1 CentRewardI RAN nwoy from the tntijcriber, tn tlie 1st of June, THADDEUB $OB. a* to£a«f af prentice to the-tanning bn»iBcs«,in tht 17th year of his age. This is to forbid all. persons harboring or trusting him on my accoomf-as 1 will pay no debts contracted by him whatsoever. THOMAS UEEHAN. Forest Lake, June 1, 1847: , . . ^ 42w3 To be bought, AT I. L. POpT U>Cot FLOUR, SOLE LEATHER, cheap, WHITE LEAD, cheap, DRUGS, a small lot very eheapj N. ORLEANS SYRUP MOLASSESi SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS, Tapiica Seeded RAISINS, FISHj IRON, NAILS , STEEL, good stock, SUMMER STUFFS;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

' ] Business DiBECTefciV I -r : ¦ . 1 : , -X. 1 JOHN H. DIMOCK, | ATTORNEY AT LAW, Montrose. I'a.<—Usa rJ-. moved his office to Turnpike street. North sidi, one door East of tjie office of B. T. Case, EsqJ. 'and iln-ee doors west of the Register Printing Office. .„ * I SMITHS, STEVENS & AVERYi | Cabinet and Chair Makers—Montrose, SusquohaniSa county, ta. I Wi! ,W. SMITH, 1 ' T. STEVXSS, - 1 A. 'SMITH, JR. |. F. AVERT.- | ~ !J CALEB WEEKS, \ | Saddle, Harness and Trunk-Maker—Shop opposite the Farmer's Store. j! , — « l : i X I R. SEARLE & CO. j . t A good asjlortmcnt of Dry Goods, Crockerjj, Hardware, &jc.-&c.; West side of Public Avebuie.- | 1 - BENJ. SAY.RE, . •!'' t f - Dealer in Stoves, Hardware, Dry Goods, &cL, We*t side of Public Avenue. ' -S, -i —.—-4—i— . u 4r F.) B. CHANDLER & CO,-;! f Dealers in Stoves, Tin-ware, Stationery, DTy poocB* &c. &c>-EaBt side of Public Avenue. i .' • ~ -li g--^ MERRIL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

¦ LlliTEB^ja-^^^^V^ir.;CJlJ«a* lot r f| Spritt^ and ^urn^er^Good* f it prices that cannot fail to salt ^y Please'call' ' md see them. . ¦ ;j. .', , , ¦'! j | . montrose,|inay.»'r .1847., . \, —! '+~rr ¦ —- ^ • \> CASH paid for veal Skinsandbeef Hides, hv I , :¦'- - B. 8AVRB, ^ —¦—^-ji-: ,,.':¦- ¦¦-„ .' ,- ¦ -: iij' "I O "I iirt' CENTS paid for good houserAsh-I -i-«;J."iaa/e»;m|qoods,; . . B. SAYRR. f ¦ JJ 1GHe|t price pail for Butfer and Eggs oj| .s . i B. 8AYBE. • I STOVESr^a new supply just received of the moat! approved patterns] by B. SAYBE, ,-J S*l'T-r4.f*e,n «>Pl>ly. just received bv: ' 1 ',' '"^ j;'.'''"-''•' b.Saybb> i-BEEF a|d PORK^ FLOUR ^ meal, for sale1 hy ,.? . .. - - B.8AYBB. \ • /LJ. LTQNS, " • '.IIS now receiving o handsome lot of & : " 1. I Dry tJoods, !; Crpckery &. Hardware, 1 Books & Stationery, 1 Groceries, Dye-stuffsy I Nails, Fish; &c. Sec. | Thankful to friends for past favors, he Hopes bji selli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

_ _DIED, _ £ In Springville, on the 11th inst., Lucy J., injhnt child of A. M. and Man,- t>cntt, aged 4 months and 5 dfiys. , j " As the sweet flower that scents the inoni, | But withers in the rising day; ; Thus lovely was this iinant's dawn ; ; j .. Thus swiftly fled its life awav." \ Uf such the Savior suid, " sutfer little children to come unto .me, aud forbid tliem not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." [Co4-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

3.bt)crtiscmcnts. j ^ ItHOFJULYrt THE lARCADE lias just received from New Vork a good assortment of FIRE WORKS, forithe 4lh. Rockets. Crackers, Serpents, &c. &c„ going cheap—Also a fresh lot of COCOANITS, and ofliei N"^- J. ETHRIDGE. June 17.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

BAjy&ifriig^T, CORRECTED wiEKLT VOR Tll» XnD.r'i Urnrm PENNSYLVANIA: Under *5s t dir Philadelphia bank, - j u- NEW HAMJ 'SHIRE. Man & Mejchsnk p u- All solvent ban ks J^lia Moyamemdng bank pir MAINS. Pcnn township'bank p a Calais bank 10a—V a bank notef 35 i is Agricultural ba nk do Girard do: - p ir City bk l'ortlai id do Pennsyl'a do; p ir Damariscotta do Gcrmantown * p ir Mercantile bk do Del co at Chester |> u- Stillwater Cent 1 bkdp ' Chestercoat Wphesterp u- Bangor Com bk , do Montgomery co p ir Weatbrook bk - dp* Farmers' Vk Bucks co p ir Citizens' bk " do Farmers' bk R^ad'g pir Globe bk do Easton I p a-Washington co • 6V Northampton : no sa le Fraukford bk - do Lancaster bank p ir All solvent ban ks 4 dis Far bk Lancaster' pur VERMONT. Lebanon 1 il is Bank of 8t All ana U dis Harrisburg i 1 dis Bk of Oenniiignn — dia Middletown - 1 i is All solvent bar ks k dia Carislo | 1 dis MASSACHUSETTS. Columbia bridge p ir All solvent liar k« A .li. Northum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

FINE N1W TEAS. AT NEW VOBK PRICES. LM. KEXFC'RD, of BINGHAMTON, • N. Y., Injs made irransements with the NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS in Binghamton, wdcan furnish bis customers, aud the trade,.with Te is at the same prices that the Company chai-ge for them in New York, which is, at least, from one to tiro shillings cheaper on each pound than the Grocer 1 sell at. And in every case where these Teas do n it give satisfaction the money " will be paid bick for tl iem. Catalog nc of Teas. s ~ GREEN.' Y'oung Hysonigood, - $0 371 do. do. jsweetfcirgo, 50 do. do. . 'fine car to, 75 do. do. ' silver It irf. 1 00 Silrrr. Leaf—seldom sold even by large dealers, because of tlxi small {rofits made on its sale—is a very superior Tea. do. do. ! golden 1 Jiop, I'SO Gotten CAap-i-Tbis is the finest Green Tea cultivated • in Chini. It is of the first pickings, aud excels-all other Green Teas'for the delicacy of ita flavor, strength and trona.' Heretofore this Tea has never reach...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

: ;».' SAIIfRE,-v7FFteB8 a NEW and VERY CHEAP lot of . Spring and Summer Goods At prices that cannot fail to suit. J^* Ploase call and see them. : moht«iae,jmay 27, 1847. CASH paid for veal Skins and beef Hides, by : B. 8AYRE. IO 1 jis) CENTS paid for good house Ash-\£i X Zk es, in Goods, B. SAYRE. HIGHEST price paid for Butter and Eggs bv i 'B. SAYRE. STOVES—a new suppljf jnst received of the most approved patterns, by/f B. SAYRE. SALT—a fresh supply, just received by j .: B. SAYRE. BEEF and PORK, FLOUR and MEAL, for sale Sby B. SAYRE. GfARMENT CUTTING. THE subscriber having witlulrawn fur tlie present from all cbuuection with the tailoring business except cutting, will hereafter give his attention to that particular branch tixclusively. From a long and successful experience, jwith recent improvements, and a regular receipt of the latest fashions, he has entire confidence in his ability to please all who may employ him. To prevent misapprehension he would further state, that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

List of Popular Medicines, Fpq sale £y l. M. REXFORD, BINGHAMTON, N. Y., T^THO. keeps constantly on hand a fidl qssortvT ment of genuine DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS 4. OILS. DYE WOODS Ai DYE STUFFS, GRGCERIES, FANCY ARTICLES, &c. &c—all of which pill be sold CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. . Prick.! . Price. Sands' Sarsaparilla $1 00 Gregory's pills 37 " salt rheum remedy 1 00 Fisk s sugar coaled Roman eye balsam 25 pills -j", Indian Panacea 2 00 flidm of Columbia 50*75 Mcmunn's elix ofopi- Hitchcock's anti-bilum ~ 25 . ions pills 25 Phinney's Pills 25 t 37 Covert's .balm of life f 50 Moffat's life pills 25 a 50 Michanx' freckle wash 58 do Phoenix bitters' 1 00 Lee's Pills 25 Sherman's med. log's 25 Brandrcth's pills 25 do fever a ague do 1 Ob Post'apoorman's pills 12 do dinner losenges 1 50 Bedeau's plasters 55 do poor man's plas'r 12 Libby's bitters . 75 do Oloaabnian 1 00 Nerve a bone rheu Jayne's Expectorant 1 00 I matic liniment SOtl 00 do hair tonic 1^ 00 Wilkin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

J. L]TQNS, ; TS now receiving a handsome lotiof Dry Goods, r . Crockery &¦ Hardware, Books & Stationer^ Groceries, j Dye-stuifs, Nails, Fish, t&c, Set. Thankful to friends for past favors,, he hopes by selling cheap to receive a liberal share of their patronage. J3T Recollect, for CASH at least, be is not to be undersold. Montrose, May 13, 1347. > WANTED, Geese Feathers,'Butter, Rags, Beeswax, &c. &c. i j. LYONS. May 13, 1847. j ; BOOKS. ; LARGE Family BuSlesfor ids; also common and pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and Atlases, Arithmetics, Grammaife, Philosophical and Chemical Books: Cobb's, Saunders', and Town's Spelling Bmik; Porter's Readers. A good assortment of Toy Books and Tickets. Also, the new Hymn Books'for the Presbyterian, and Baptist socie ties. Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &c.&c. for sale by J. Lyons. May 13, IC47. DATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes: Pins, Butter Stamps and Ladles, by • J. Lyon's, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

WOOL CARDING:, AND SPINNING. THE subscriber wishes to inform his friends and former customers that he is prepared to card Wool with despatch and in the best style. He will ajso, take pood clean Wool in the fleece and deliver it in good sound Yarn nt from j3 to 10 cents ptfr run. Tliose having; to hire their spinning done, would find this' to their advantage, and sn\e themselves the trouble of preparing then/own wool. Wool will be taken to manufacture into Broadcloth, Flannel, Blankets, and shawls, to suit customers. [Two hundred pounds of beech-nut Lard wijl be taken in exchange for work. N. B.—It is expected that payment will be made in all cases when the Work is delivered, either in cash or saleable produce. DANIEL H. KEELER. Silver Lake, May 15, 1847. «

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

n THE subscribers are now receiving their stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, To- which they invite attention. Most kinds of produce ree'd in exchange. ;Thcy wish it distinctly understood- that they are not anxious to sell goods except for PAY DOWN. Mills & Sherman. Montrose May IS, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

mir\lr\© [La [POST <& ©@. iLRE receiving their stock of Spring and Summer Goods, Consisting in part of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. - Cloths, Cassimers, Velvet! and Marsielles Vestings, Linens, Bleh. and unbleached, Tweeds, Oregon nnd/ York Mixtures, Stripes and Plaid, Woolen Substitute, &c &.C LADIES' DRESS GOODS. -Plain and figur'd Delaines, Lawns, Jaconets, Ginghams, Gingham Lawns, Fashionable Dress Silks. SHAWLS. i A bcautflul assortment from 5s to $5,00. Parasols, Silk & Cotton, from 2s. $2,50—Fans, rich styles. Oil Silk,^ Worsted, Linen Hdk'fs, silk floss. Silk Lace, Liuen Edgings, best ass'tiin town. Brussels Lnce, Buttons, Fringes, Bobbins, figured Muslins, Hosiery and Gloves of nil descriptions. ENGLISH &. AMERICAN PRINTS. Bonnets., tabs, flowers, Ribbons, Skirts, a new article. PaL Leather Slips, Buskins, Ac GROCERIES, i Of every kind, Crockery, Hardware, Iron, Nails, Steel Mill. Saws, Log Qhains, Tin Ware, Fish, and Pork. SOLE LEATH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

"l^ls^ %%^%^, FB. CHANDLER & CO. are now rei . ceiving a large and we'll selected addition to their stock of Goods, to Which thev would invite the attention of purchasers. Thcr stock is now quite large', and they are determined tha.t for Cash, Barter, or on approved credit, they will sell 4< least as low as any establishment in the county Montrose May 17, 1847. ' * A E?i CJUV' * rench ond English Cloths 11. and Cassimeres, Satins and fancy Vest-•ngs for sale by . Chandler &Co. CLOVERSEED. i ^ CI a?VE ^E x3 .D °f he larSe' kind, for sale by Vs Montrose, Mayjj ^6 Chaidler & Co. PmN 7J?' I f00** aS8°r tmentJ American and English. Veay cheap, j I Chandler & Co. SU L^*^^^ GS^^ OHEETINGg, Bro. and Bleached.' a" Moiety;«;• i Gbandlerf«k Co!t. TiEGHORN and Straw Bonnets, plain £ «nd fancy Wald:' Eibbdns] Flow^, ^•/ >/r.>^.,Cfaa4d'jrsfcCo.;- ' - ' ¦ ' -¦'¦¦¦ ¦ -viA3CES'' '''V^1, ' ''!"" S^^^^?*S^'•** 2a ehe^, by ¦ flWip^.g^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

HORIZONTAL j »pifi:f ^Ij 1 IN annexion with the foflowing certificate were handed to us tbe testimonials of several highly respectable ladies, who have] used the Domestic Horizontal Spinning* Wheel,- and wJio concur in saying substan-j tially, that tiler can spin with it. seven or eight run, (or about four day's work) per diem, with as much ease as they can perform an ordinary day's work {with a comi mon wheel. ' The inference is irresistable; that it will hereafter be more profitable for the farmer who manufactures his wool, with this machine:' to have in his.employ at the saw* cost for labor, one girl, than four girli with the common stand-and-spin wheels:—- [People's Advocate. The undersigned, citizens of Montrosej have witnessed' with much satisfaction the operation of a'novel machine denominated the " Domestic Horizontal Spinning-wheel," lately invented by Hiram F ^ Wheeler of Springville, in this county. It appears to us toiic a valuable improvement, in view of the ease wi...

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