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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

1JHE NORTH ASD T^E SOUTH,; scnatpr iSenton, in a recent speech in Missouri, had the magnanimity to.expose the designs of southern politicians |for the extension of slavery, and urges his southern politicnilfriends to yield tq the just claims of the North in the selection of a candidate for the next Presidency. MJ\ Benton appears very anxious for concession and compromise between the North anjd South,'land he prophecjes, if such a conciliatory spirit does dot prevail, a dissolution of the Uniop.. The North h(ive already compromisedioo much —they jjave yielded whenjit was their right and dutjjf to stand firm—but if we ein read thesigniof the times, tile People [of the North are now settling backupon a firm basis—a Plymouth basis—ifith a sterol determination not to compromise or tolerate anything that will serve to spread wid^r and broader! the blighting curie of slaver]-. We ate told that among politicians from the slavA States, two parties exist in Congress ; fine in favor of a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

FOURTH OF JULY Well, the 71st Anniversary of American Independence has passed off.and the record of accidents by gun-pjiwder explosions, Ajc remains to be made, jWith an occasional copying of « sentiments" spiced with wit, and penjhance seasoned with ardent patriotism. As the 4th came on Sunday, the 1st', 2nd, 3d and 5th days h ive each in different pla'- ces been observed as fit occasions for celebrating our nation's; birth-day. Indeed the wish of a zealous patriot of sable hue, as expressed by him ntjnh "Abolition Celebra: tion" of the 4th in Ithaca not long since* seems this year to have beep most admirably answered. It ,was this: " De fort of. July—might it come four times a year." , . It so happened here, by the bye, that neither day referred to was appropriately observed, except by the colored population of our town, who resorted! to their usual retreat for such occasions in Forest Lake; where diey discoursed of liberty, for'which, it was agreed, if they had not fought...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

Late from Tera Cruz. Ihe GuenUasj—Particulars of the late Attack ' on CoL Mackintosh. > s By tbe steamshiplEdith, at New Orleans on the 22d, letters fr>m Vera Cruz have been received, which, as 1 hey form a connecting -lick with" tbe sieries of events that have lately transpired in that qtarter, are not) without interest. " { • ./ From ihe Colmmcrcial Timts, 23d alt.. Letters wereS receijved in town yesterday from the city of Mei'co,-under date of tlie 2d inst., mentioning that Santa Anna had withdrawn hisilate 1 mer of resignation, tender tht apprehension that it would be accepted. This only goes ¦ to show tbe extent to which sincerity form s a portion of the- character of this redtfubted hero, who is continually boasting of his'- amor de la patria, and of bis readiness to lay donjn his life and immolate himself as a victim fir his country's welfare. Tbe Capital; is represented as being in a state of complete co ^fusion and anarchy ; and as the letters do not me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

~ AffsOMlm tfc«Cit7 of-Mexico. In a package of bapers, *c, sent to us by Mr. Kendall front Puebla, we find fuller details of affairs icing on in the city of Mexico, though stiUj nothing later jthan the 29th of May. , Le Courier Froncais translates a powerful aitichrfrom the Raionndor. The greater part Of it is written to sljow that the guerilla system will be a thousand times more disastrous to the good citizens of Mexico than to the armies of the United States;' that the inevitable tendency of the system will be to leave the honest, well disposed and thriving inhabitants at tbe mercy of lawless, needy desperadoes; nnd that such worthy individuals, will inevitably apply to the American's for protection, who are too sagacious not to grant it'in full. To. prolong the war by a guerilla system the writer deems, therefore, suicidal for Mexico. The only other practicable mode, he says, is tbe levee en masse of the inhabitants, attacking the Yankees in front; in rear, and upon their ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

iuc ! Kttwl T¥«TOw f-. i ••-n._L, ; — ww m.wua Z-IUIUw. Capture of a wagon Train—Murder of Teamsters—Stampede of Cattle. - A gendeman arrived in town1 hut evening from Westport, who informs us that just before his departure a Delaware Indian had arrived from the Plains, giving an account of a wholesale murder of teamsters by a combined force of Arrapahoes, Camanche» and Pawnees. The Indian is a son of Nacomo, the principal chief ofitheDelawares, and is generally considered a man of veracity. He was found a prisoner at Taos when Col. Price took that place,! and was iberated. His story is, that having started homeward, he felj in with a large Vdy of Indian,, of the jtribes mentioned, on the Arkansas. They made him prisoner,.and only spared his fife on condition that he _ would join.them j against the whites. He set their number down at two hundred files, which would make the total humber of the force about one thousand men Near Walnut Creek, he states, ti,isformidable party me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

•tlje I people's ^buofate. \ JOS. BOYD, FCwtlSHEB. ~i|wi...;,i ¦¦•¦—~~-r ¦"—S~ >—" Here shill the Press, the People's rights maintain, Una wed by influence, andunbribed by gam." ¦ -- .-| -.-^-.. , , ' ji.^^j, ^ ...nuTi'l- * --I—------ »-f -| ^ -.-. -_- , -. .i-i.-i.ri -n-if mOjVTlioSE. JULY 8. 184T. BESOCRATIC .NOMINATIONS. Coa oove&nok, ! i Francis b. sHn.ii. , of Allegheny eo. \ ! CANAL COMMISSIONER, | 9I<>BB1S LONOSTBETH. - J of M<mtgoncry]co. t T ^— r—r ¦ \ WHI6 N0MISATI0S8. i For Governor, i JAMES IRVIN, 1; of Centre eo. ' Canal Commissioner, i JlOSEPff W. PATTON, • j of Cumberland co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

/iamoc lmcto . * PllWlKiliB, to. ¦ : ¦ .!."¦; ^.ft ~~_l • ^t » _i ¦• j- El t_. a r ..i—' c -j Kiycxopeaxa oj nngusn lure: Gould, Kendall If Lincoln, 59 Wasktnglon street, Boston, 25 cts. per No. . /; No. It of this valuable reprint has been received. Unlike many other seriel works, there is do failing off of interest in the matterjtbey contain as the numbers advance towards completion. The fine mezzotint engraving! by Sartain, of Shakspeare, Addison, Dri Johnson, Goldsmith, and Byron, as well as the numerous other portraits of literary men, am on a par with die admirable style with which the work is edited, and the typography all of which are unexceptionable, and highly creditable to tbe enterprising publishers. _ Treasury of History: Daniel Adee 107 Fultoa street. New York—25 cts. per No1 . We acknowledge the receipt, after a long delay, of No.*9 of The Treasury of History.1 The woik continues to sustain its reputation -us a correct history, containing an immense amount if ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

•War on tbe Ulexican Church. We real with pain, if not surprise, in tbe Washington Union of the 11th instant, an infamous proposition to sequestrate, at least during tb£ war, for the use of our government, the property of the church in Mexico. Tbi Unidn is the official organ of the Administration, and it is fair Jo presume that it expressed in this proposition the wishes, if not. the .determination of the Government. We are confirmed in this conclusion by a partial disavowal of the proposition in the Union of ihe 18th instant. The.Union says th4 proposition was n mere speculation ; that -it ;was mfede without the knowledge of the government, as it understands, contrary toils withes, and it is authorized to say—whatl Tljat tbe policy of the Government avowed in-' the | reclamations of our Generals in Mexico remains unchanged. Very good ; bu| this is no disavowal of the Infamous policy; suggeiited by tbe Union. The proclamations of our Generals do not reach ^he cafe. -£liey me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

•• «in1iurinut KEW YORK MARKETS. rOBBBrTPh u/rrifi » ran yup nortr.»c*n ..„....„. —~ ..... __,.,., ,,. ** - .,E. a uv A I a. Wheat Hour, per barrel T 17,00 ® 00,00 Corn meal do 4,00 ® Wheal, per bushel 5 J.50 'a). 1.75 Bye, do ,80 ® 1,00 Com do ¦ 1,00 & — Barley, do . 0,82 -a 0,83 Oats, do .. 0,56 /& 0,60 Batter per lb. Orange eo. ; 0j20 ® 0,22 do western dairy, 0,14 ® 0,17 Cheese, per lb. >' 0,06 <S 0,08 Beefvper barrel, mess, 11,00 '4311,75 do prime, 8,50 tb 0,25 PdYk, per barrel, mesa,- 14,75 ^t , do prime, - 12,50 '2)13,00 Lard, per lb. 0,101® <U1 Hams per IK smoked 0,07 <u> 0,09 American wodl, per lb. «asnn 0,35 ® o!n7J do full blood Merino 0.3-1 le 0.3s' do 4 & $ Merino 0,29 «£ 0,34 do native 4. ^ Slerino 0,26 ® 0.2&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

-MAJTO, lJune 24th, By Elder ID. Taylor, Mr. Willum STCsBMon) Mrk 8fB4HW00.11, both tit Montrose. 3m~r^ In Bridgewaterj oa tte evening of the 2d inst., Mr. Dzusu BosH.jp tbi 43d ye»r of bis age. , ¦ sissssss^sssssssassasss^s' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. :,' fifl®Kll\MW:<8®@®§ I M CSLilt DELA1NB SHAWLS/ Prints, and tfifceetaag, s freih Supply ,jo«t opened,sad ielhngCheapby .] .y .: j: twm. MOJ^#?SWS*«4 Pwg»«en-T«^,8»garsI Cod-fish, &c. auewlot lyCaUauick. . Jnly«.«47. ;< ",. : i ,jrlyONS. 1 ' ' 7~~ ¦ ' -j- —^ L-?« . . ... ,.^. SUGAR BEET.—A fiw pounds of imported vol-¦l»w seed for sale «t- ' POST'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

Plllllllll AT NfiW YOI^K PRICES.! . ISAAC L. POJST & CO., i HAVE madearnngements with the NEW YORK PEKRij TEA COMPANY, for the sale d( TEAS in Montrose, and caniurnish flieir Customers and the Tradp, with Teas at itbe nme prices that the Company charge for them, And in every cos* whi»re these Teas do not give satisfaction, the money will be paid] back for' them". The Young Hyson Tea mentioned in this Catalogue, at 50 cts. is soperior to any thing sold in Montrose a? 62A cents. ' CATALOGUE k>F TEAS. GREE&. ' i YOUNG'HYSON, gopd..,..'. — do.- do. sweet cargo L.." 50 do, do. -fine cargo.., 1 75^ do. ' do. silver leaf. 1 00 Silver Leaf—Seldom sold ovieii by large dealers, because olibe very small profits made on its sale.4-Thk is a very superior Teal . ! ** do", do. golden chop li 1 50} Qoldcn City—This is the finest Green Tea cultiva-, ted in China-, ft is of the! first pickings, and excels a 11 other Green-Teas for its delicacy of flavejr strength and aroma....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

X AV7N8, just nrived; and |ery ioW at "Mly.1847: I . ¦ j __^, ma"^'t- , -f— —u . ^-|— ______ rpHE LAHGfiST and. CHEAPEST stock of Su-•*• gors in this county just received1 at Jg^Mgr, V '- T B-Ubnry^ a \*»£tlMMm CLbTHS. AVA ,E 1 IE Flf,,y1,»«nd^e«p»t . „ , 'VESTirds. ^N degant a^sortnient; j„|t arrived, and cheap July, 1847.. .. 1 SalisBury's. : ' „ ¦: T- : _J| ____ LEGHORN BONNETS A LARGE.|.i|nply and vkRY cheap^Bonnet Tnmmmgs,Para»U._l,mi«lette.W°r ™v! ^kmr. ; ¦ ¦ ] Salisbr«= j -i - ^ lAdies* sSoes AND HOSIERY—a large iissortment just come at | Salisbury's. | SHAWIJS DELAIN, Ta^lioui and Strjidilla Shawls, just arrived and ^ery cheap' at s Salisbun"'s. July, 1847. ! j .' BROADCLdTHsT-^ ~^ FRENCH,^Ettglish, and domestic Broadcloths remarkablyalo>V at * SalUbrnVs. July 1847. j i i , \ ^ASSIMERES. FRENCH, English and American fancy and plain Cassimeres.jnst arrived itid low at Julv, 1847. ; Salisbury's. . ;—_—1_ , DOIIBLE REFINED LOAF and criished SUGARS at only la per lb. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

ADSllBa^^iKVJTqtlCE. ' i TYibTOBuji^ I il to theEstateqf;SpAH POTTlR; ™ ateot ?_; , ' Tpwajbjfjdf .Gibson, -Connty of SoidoehaniiB, de- i J«^» «.n«Sii^^^P»Tnen^ i_danpetsoM ? having sfytMiscd sgauut;saa Esute, are request. '. ed to present tfiein duly attested to the subscriber 1 for settlement. .'• , K''"'. '¦ ,¦ '~ 1 "_;' "?.'.'" ' CHAltLES TINGLEY, :' :~i -., .. ?,''" .' r ; Administrator. { Harford, June S3, Vii~. 54 J Grand Exlubitiori of ^ HIUHttl !' ,!-" ': .AT T'HE lemmp:'saSffilsyiDia® mmm&mmm, - XIV^ll^wl^L^^be"1 enlarged, inalung itL J tZ 'TI frr?e« Store in the county, msy be seen,; free of charge, a well selected stock of ;' 1 NEW GOODS, ! LARGEkth^the ^RGEST.andnMreDESIRiy BLE than any.in this markeii, which wUl be kept S SUPPLIES trom New York. Those w-ho wish to S parchasel may always be assured of getting the la- ) ^ly ^v?aC J, i?W?irtha?-t!l£>'can Ubo°gbt elsm5S?-'L"eAe*V competition in regard to ODAT«- TITY, gCALITY, ant! LOW PRICES TheToH axiom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

Temperance Meeting. The quarterly meeting of the " Montrose and Bridgewater Washington)an Ternpernnce Society," w\Jl be held in the" Courthouse, in Montrose, pn Monday the 19th day of July inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M. Speakers from abroad are orpectedv'hnd a general attendance of the Society is earnestly requested. A. CILAMBERLLX, Sec'ry. Montrose, June 29, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

AppointmentN. l ne Kiglit Kev. Alonzo Potteii, Biahop of the Diocese of Pennsylvania, will officiate in this County, as follows: At New Milford, July 16lh, 5 o'clock, P. M. Great Bend, July 17th, 10 o'clock, A. M. . Montrose, July 18th, 10 o'clock. A. M. Spriugville, July 18th, 4 o'clock, P. M. And at Tunkjiannock, Wyoming co. July 19th, 10 o'clock, A.U. HOOPING COUGH AND CROUP. -To Parents.—Jatse's 'Expectorant, is without exception the most valuable preparation in use, for the above diseases. It converts Hooping Cough into a mild and tractable "disease, and shortens its duration more than one b&lf, and produces a Certain and speedy recovery. From half to one tea spoonful, will certainly cure Croup in infants and young children, in half an hour's; time. The lives of hundreds of children will be saved annually, by alwavs keeping it on hand ready ifor every emergency. BOWEL AND SUMjtfER COMPLAINT. _ Dr. JAYN'E, No. 8 Smith THIRD Street, is willing to guaranty that h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

' __^iJ^Wtp^|f1i8»k- - coRftscTsn wfrKiar > gTii«^TOrts'«jaavocA*S ^en™|anu.. ^»4W|i.;:J ;:'"¦.* •«, Wukdrfuhi*b|nk^ -., to NBW HAMpfiHIRi Man & &t«-bpfey;; ^ Allaolvehibanks i & Moyamensingjiaiatr-ijar 'MAlSlT " Penu townslngbank ; w Calais bank J "¦ lOa—Us banknote*,.. 25 iis, Agricultural bank do Gtrard v doj j .ar Cfry bk Portlsnd. do Peunsyl a dol j mr DamariscotU do Germantown : par Mercantile ok do Del co ajLChesW - I« Still water Canal bk do' Ch-^tercoot Vytohesteri ar Bangor Comok do Montgomery co I ar Westbrook bk do Farmers' b'fe Bucks co j ar Citisen*'bk W r -do * Farmers' bk B^ad'g I «r Glooe bk 'i ? j Sjo ~* Baston iKi )wYVsshmgto. eo %o. Northampton «',n.o vile FrankfordbsF -do Lsncasterbank j ar All solventbanks .dis tarbk Lancasfier jar VERMONT Harnsourg. | 1 , fa, Bk of Bemaagum — dis -. Motown . 1 .^A ll Ml^nTbaS? 4 dU XT i • i' - ,i - * ' ^ - MAfiSAOHPSETTS. ColumbmbndV ,,ar AlL*olvent banks ,dis Northuniberlarid ,,„ RHoDE ipL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

BLNGflAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS p»nr, 75 and 77 Fulton st. have imported into tin market some tine hundred thousand doltora worth «-*• fjiestgwde. of Green sad Black Tea, grown mine Celestial Empire, done up in all the varitm «^. packages tbst Chmese ingenuity; csn invent "isaprrvdegeto bay feassftbiigyestestsblisonienti wa.n lnxury and;comfort Ito driiAibeni.— T™t*tt i»Sd teas only, and retail them at whole sale ftnees. Country Merchants who wish alwavs to sell good Teavcan *ew»t, (Main them at this place, ou reasonable terms. -—.£Mport«>i fer* The above TEASj are for saleby ' 33* M. BBXFORD, t>- «Li ffWfittent for Broome County. Bmghsmton, may 11,1847. J | List of Popular Medicines, FOR 8ALElBY\L.. M.REXFORD, | BlNOHAMTONjN-Y., / WBb keeps constantly on band a full assortn^-m ^tof genuine DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAWT8& OILS. DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, GKGCESlES, FANCY ARTICLES, &c osc-all of Which w!U be sold CHEAP A8 THE CHEAPEST. _jiN -o ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

¦ '\ &¦'* '^RrgOQPg.<fc4f"Y fr; IJrfTFi^oprtTn "i^yowTeceiving a handsome tot at' i' Diy ''Goods* . " T i Crockery %fcHty&irjpte, j Books & Stationery, i ;0po^n^ rt^lB-atX3mf i -Nails, Fishj &c. &d. . j!Thsnkfal to friend* for past favorjj he hopes by selling cheap to receive a liberal share of their pat linage. (7 Recollect, for CASH atleast, he is not to bo undersold. ! ; Montrose^ May 13, 1847. , WANTED, Geese Feather, , Butter,Rags, Bee*. . wax, &c. &c. 0, LYONS, ^May 13, 1847. - • [ T BOOKS. \ ~ LARGE Family Bibles for 10*; aUb common and pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and Atlases, Arithmetics, Grammars, Philosophical and Chemical Book,; Cobb's, Saunders') and Town's Spelling Book; Por ter's Readers. A good auort ment of Toy Books and Ticket*. AUo, the new Hymn Book, for the Presbyterian, and Baptist societies. . Methodist Hymn Book,, Blank Books Sec 4c. for sale by . i J. Lyona. , May 13, 1S47. ' s : DA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

•.• ¦ -NlW/sW-lJE,6BJiT,8 HATS'. «:• iiim MMiM fM i8<| V (^BdV^^yi'fctheihigh/ fi-W Wmtt, tbell st > at sufas, li)» n>t'W«sr,;4eni*ve, Ti> oval, flat. Bbi«—1 if ieche* wide!,, front; and star, and 19rl6 at sidw. binwsoH fit an jack .wide. The abov; new style, mtroduced in jSfewiorkon Samrds*-Bfueh 6th, bV^ Betted Cpstar,T*wS now NprilS. . j j 7 MERRILL & BOOT. BOOTS & SfiOEk coane and fu>4 of slmost everyqualiryafld price, by ! 'j ' } MHiL & SHUBMAN. WANTED." I' Xo,000 Binbels Oils, 1000 bnsbeUsHye, 100 bushel* Timothy seed, and 800 Firkiuss Dairy Buttor, for which the highest market price will be paid % , Mau&fJherman. June 3,1847.! f f WANTED, j . AT .»ft? ahCXDE] five hundred weilhtof. OLD INDIA BtjBBBR, for WhicE tbe highest price wdlbopaid. 1 j. BT«WDGB. JuoeS, 18<7., , j ~Wooit trofyi fyft AAAlb*- WOOL wanted it tbe Store &VjV\J\J of, j J LYONS. Juno 1. j TJWBR!—Good \v*RITIN6 PAPER'at t9 1-9...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 July 1847

MECHANIC8; ADVERTISEMENTS, THE Pubb^eir 'sof the ,P»ple>-Advbc*te ,::hav. nig the viseiotjmmtiiely^iiew.w'Jno^eina^ MrtmentofJOBTiTE,are! nowpreparrftoeiecute ; msue«siid*atiActoi7style,sirkWsbf ; : ¦ t' mms^n: sAprice*'to'saft', tKe*ime»V'r'-'-'v'''--t':'v¦'¦-*¦$¦ ¦'! ';:•"•;• PiEMPHtEts, Bat Beads,-=•• • "CaWs,'.:' *;.'¦ _:' ' ' Cl^AL^.toEs;.; ; Handbills^ .', .'rBLA^Rf| Ki&<3.,' Printed: on short notice, and in the beM.style of the Art.. ¦ ' -, •: '"'.j •" ". tS?"k share of the People's patrohaKelis respectfully wjicited.J '¦¦:¦ ' >^4 ¦•- m Julyk 1846. ¦• •%:¦: . ! GARMENT CUjTTJNiJ. THE subscriber having withdrawn for the present from all connection with the tailoring business except cutting, will hereafter give bis attention to that particularSranch exclusively. From along ahd sncfe&sfal experience, with recent improvements, and a ifegalar receipt of tho latest fashion*, he has entire coufidence, m his ability to pleaie all' who' may emp...

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