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

IT IS WBITTEW IX-THE BOOK OF' NATURE ANDfoF COMmott sense, that the natural vegetabU'productions oi overy country are. if properly applied; amply sufficient lor tho cure of every malady incident to each peculiar climate. , Wright's Indian Vegetable iPifls of the North American. College of Health, are composed of plants which grow spontaneously on our own soil, and are therefore better adapted io our constitutions lhan medicine, concocted from foreign drugs, however well they way be compounded; and as theyare founded upon the principle that the human bejdy is b troth ! Subject to but one Disease, viz: corrupt humors, and that said medicine cures tuts disease on . 1. Natural Principles [? by cleansing and purirying the body^ it jpall bo manifest, ttlfat if the constitution be uot eutirtly exhausted—a perseverance in their use, according, to direcnana, ii absolutely certain to drive disease of everv name from the body. T W heir we wish to restore a swamp or monuw to fertility; we d...

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

'¦•;¦,• '¦ f^s^iam^ ^ '¦ , Stf'feW-**^^WkTOBSsd l.Scott's&n "^: «C"rf«e.^^ki6¥itto bbavikableiX' inbuteourteir tio^y iB i^iivor, ,. . p'.. '"'' ¦•¦-i.-..l*t':!-:-.wiiJ.->ii jiBLiANpn(LINES . ¦ _^ v,ui-,-4> J-'.-= 8. C^BAYDBn/ ,/.Owkhn,Btofty.cfy}*. reb,a6tiM7" ", ™»toall taosa who may Bethusafflicted. w&&g&M^ -ippto', m^ foonditamort val^l^ """ ^&Ve New MflfbriL«4 \**$ ™,GB™- «r; Ptmfexe^aSSS^ 'fSe an<l substantial gbSa^1^^tw^u1f 8b5rthe baniw county, PaH^ ^^''Wr^sSPe-H .Msa for sWWS'fbnowin^^S; &Oq. X!ew MHfbrdi-.:«. Cadwell, Great Bend™ tf

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

., MlSCELLAblEOUS ADV^, TOE TBEA81 IBT OF HISTOBf, ^(miprisi^^g^aifaroduti^ -outline of Universal History, aheient and' Jgsddent, aid a serfes ofup»dUHistems 0; every princi pal nation tint exists, their rue, progress, present condition, <$•&- BY SAMtJEL MAUNDER, Author;of u> •<Tr*sjmry of knowledge," t Biomphical Treasury?']«Literary anlscientif. ^P ic Treasury," Sac., including THE HISTORY OF AMERICA, EDiTin sir joaw: i.vma.t, bkj. Tho republication.|ofi thisJvaluaWD work has been undertakeu partly oh account of tbe high-favor with ' which it ha,-been ^received in England, W chiefly raconsuierarion of itt: intrinsic viluo, urisius! from the febcitous adaption of "the plmn to a want that ba, been long ahd) generally felt and from the ^dgmenvaaa fideuty manifested in its execution — The idea of giving; in n single work, of no verv fonmdable dimensio^si and at a price which brWi it within tho reach of ^eiy moderato ciroumstancra;, a_ sufficient outlme o...

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

XWAlmTMJr BCVGHAJifTON A»VERTISEl»IENTS. « AT Jffew IfOBK PRICES. L. ?V £?*?°BD« of BMOtUMIOS, s'^Bn, ^ ssaw^j? z Company charge for tnem in New Yhr^vtoXh. r^nV^rJ^^^ w^?5*i;^-^SK5 _ Catalofve of Teas. -J GREEN. TouugHjson.good, ,„ 37, do, do; jsweetcargo, * ,n up. do. =fine.caigo,v „ do. do.-.pa*ejrl,|f, .2 Silver Leo/'-sfeldom srid even by largedealera, be. can^e of tbefsmall , wnlt. made o/iu %££* very sapenof Tea. do. Jo. Jgoldencbop, . so t fl -frt^ Tbf?*? fee,t <*"*» fe. cultiva. ted mCbma.. It is of the first pickings; aud«I ceU ail oth^r Greet Tea. for thVd^Seyof ?ts fl^or, sirenith and arena. Her«oSbre&, Tea hasuev-r rlachedlhi, counrry except iTsmsU lots 10 suit the purchaser • P ^^ Hyson, fine, i do. very fine, , 1* Gunpowder.fiie, . ' °° do. erirafinc, ^ . „„ Imperial, fine, I " " 'J? do ejaefcfeje. . " Hyson Slrin^fooV l 2®. Kmg Tong; Ifejug anc good Bavor, «, . M»«r rour-^Thn m..™. ^11 .1.:... „ *'4 call It Oolobg. ° "™ " °" - cts- ** Oolong, a...

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

.==5*5-5=35 MECHANICS' ADVERT1SE31ENT5. HORIZONTAL ' B'Pinrjv'EjJRt' JN connejtion with the followingfcertificate ¦ * were handed to us the testiinoniaJs of several highly respectable ladies, 'who have used,the Domestic Horizontal 'Spinning Wheel, and who concur io saying substantially, that they can spin with it! seven or eight run, {or about four day's Iwork) per diem, with as much^ease as the/ can per. form an ordinary day's work with a common wheel. The inference is irfesistable; that it will hereafter be more profitable for the farmer who manufactures his Wool, with this machine to have in his employ at the sirme cost for labor, one girl, than! four girls with the common stand-and-spin wheels:— [People's Advocate. \ The .undersigned, citizens of IMmitrpse; hwe witnessed with milch satisfaction Ithe operation of a novel machine denominated the » DomestitJsHorizontalSpinnirfg-wheel," lately invented by Hiram F. Wheelef of Spnngville, in this county. If appears to us to be a v...

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

t PATENT MEDICINES. ¦;' Bhcnmntism, Cont, k Tie DoaloiirtDi. A respectable gentleman called atotlr! office, a, he said," to inform us, that he had been .afflicted for fifteen years with Rheumatism or GoutSjttid occaslonallyjwith Tic Douloureux^ that he basbeen frequenily confined to his room for montiis together, and often suffered tbe most intense and Wcruciathje pains, bat that lately he had been using Jir.vi'« a£ TXR*ntrE, from which he foiind the roost Isignal and unexpected relief. He say, he found the medicine very pleasant and effective, and that he how considers himself thoroughly cured.—Spirit ofifie Timet. ¦ LIFE ! ' LWE ! f LIFE !! ¥' < " Alt that a man hath will he give for hi, life," so we find recorded in the most ancient And best of books/but as we see thousand, dying;around u, with qonsumption, Croup, Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting blood, and and other Pulmonary «ffectton*, we are led to doubt the correctoesi of tfie above assertion, espcciaUy when it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

) %e $fropl?0 J#p|Ot|; j j FOBDiBHkD Kvsnr rntuuDlf'moriuno,'nr j- . JOS. BOYD.; ''•¦¦ .'•..! ^i i (Offl :o on tie west sic e of the' Politic Avenue.) ' ITBB MS.—ONE DOL iAB a year insdvaribeJ ' jQne Dollar Fifty Cents if Hot paid within three njonthi,, and if delayed < tntil after .the expiration of t£e vet r two dollars wll be exacted. '**, fpuct nb'nuanbes optibi alwijli "the iMbt»hers;'-nnlew an earagogarc paid. ; ?i:mJ; ,'m •;¦ Letfcrstp the.Publish;nnon biL'iacsswitlithoBffjte iniijt.bc post-paid tp insure nttenfion.^, j'.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

^ ¦ ' ffOEfrl). /^ •]; I The Frost-1 tint's Raid. ' .The "rost-Kmg eat on lis gorgeous tliroue, ,,,;,.. j In th 5 ice-berg faaHs-of the. frigid zone, ., i ; And scowled on his courtier throng j: ,j For 4 c looked around o n his narrow realm, | And! ongcdfortheBpeai aniltliofrost-plumedh ^ lm, ) The march, and the battle song. . . j \ , ("To urm»> to arias f" hen the monarch cried, /And his stern eye gleom'd with a victor's pride,) " Bring my snow jwrcotli batllc-car! ,> jmrni ss ftp the winds i f die winter sWrm, | Let My troops in an icy phalanx form, r Jt Then hurra for tl e Southern war!" XJr " ¦'"=.'•' Jni^gi lastly flames of th ?-iiortheru sky ,. , 'Wane lira as tliestnrnw loud looms on high, ' ; \ And the tempest- clmrgers Ixmnd, /'jiVHh f hrill, wild neigh, from, iho dusky caves,-' i Whose yawning mouths drink uV arctic wavci-3-' Willi Uie whirlwi ids circlin2'round. : ! The Si immer-Queen, on She zephyr bland/1 y As she floats along with her joyous band...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

—*¦— —i—^——t^mmm———¦ | illisccilamj. ! From the Lom Ion Pgople'* Jpurnal. sijRvi:ir FBont the pfbamid. BY HARRIET HlSTlXtAC. ; I Cairo, February 14. 1847. I JUVi;been soou't, of the world for the lasf tliTC! months, that I am not qualified to comment on the events which have- been} passing in it. I hare been sailing up thej Nile, far into Nubia, some hundreds of miles beyond post-offices and newspapers; eo: thijlon my return to Cairo, I have to learn an$ thin c over the news of the would instead of rcmaiking upon it. But I have been taking another kind of survey, full as interesting tc me as that of the busy livinjj race —asurrs;vjol"Timeinstead of Circumstance ; and it nay he well for once, to speek of this—net only because |roy own mind is fall of |it, \)u because it is giood for us all to naye our thoughts now and then called off frorn present nffiiirs, and fixed on a point of view whjch utnmands a wider prospect., ; , We are all apt to overrate the importance nfourov-n tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

¦ •oi «ji!iHi{J.i -'.fj-r^ij Fronii tlii^iJonie!JonrnaL "•'«''<')BfiAI*Ilt4}<<>aW>W]utl,.'; --¦>¦, fill) '''.' r..f fc::>; ?!;(/wnr-" 5 .-Jrl". |.. -J,!--|. , - .;, i:'. ... if! ; .,'.v;srf->iBs.7»(br,t,;-.-ri'i-i -.. .;; -,-, This morning I received a note from iny affectionate bride,,,Constance, Graham, request ipg me to attend a^> two, Vclo^Js,, that day at the house of her hue uncfe;in; Jlarley street,.foi;. the,purpose o| hearing his will read. I had -the' greatest pleasure in ,comjtlyWg with-this ihvltatioH.' I hau'Tealiy/began to! faricV tKdt otd MH: Graham war gtJihgtcj remain perpetiuaM on the etirtH, like Mre. Nbhony|« ^ndyin|Onc:" lie Svas^tways on the point of ^eatJi, and always cured, and better thiin^evfer ih a few days; last month the icijld Watfir 'system seemed corhplefely to renovate1 liiral but he suddenly relapsed, departed from ''the, world, and left fifty thousand *poubd|arjd a"will behind him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

^^^m^^^^^^Bi-1 -;, ,,^Tefei|«>^fe!^^Myin«r^»t-u»Va--Mi ^^ippw^i^-!! tera&Qu>not:t6[Bxcee^, i . .i.^ft. j.-T":i-5''i^H-'-r ;i «i«^coimwith%-pq^^mj^ '?&$6 !«aiCoJu»a-;|:u;-ii.; doiJ^Kn^-.^j^;^!^! ^^ n^lfj|i;|4o^rt^ "4w \r3f^)*! ^'^ bCT a^yer^itoa^'^seifeH at^¦inanWi .^dYeftu^eiWshouid t^^ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

'¦ •'-''^iSenirii of A HiRhwavman. - ::¦! "'.'.;!A.,yrencli robber, jiaihed tJorejonce ji'ail! the a^daatyl' alone ahdi" unassisted, 'savie'byjj his ^ Wnin^enuityvtb jstop aSiiigencefuHpfjl passengeri.'' He constructed several elei:! gantihen jjfjstraw, of the size' of life, lari^1, quite.jas hatjiral-^-at letist in . the dark'.-4i Jhc'ie.hei invested in hf needful tdggery^i) neither..fresh or^^ fasliionabliB we, prwunt'ejil biit serving the purpias b. j Finally, fie festenr;' ed sticks, intended to represent muskets, to: the^shouldbr of the figures^Wh|ch,h!e'ppitedl ;i.n row against treesborderihg on the' highji roadTj/Up came the dtligencei "tfalt!";! shouted Pp're," in the voice, ofa'^tehtorjfe " Ha|t: 1 or! my men &-e " The fngntenedf driye| pulled up .short j the conductor 'i^ii passehgers!, seeing ajrrpw of [figures?, wifii-1 ! leveled fij^-arms, thoughnhoy had fallen/ into the, hands of a whole army of banditti,, and^egge'd for mercy! ! Dorecam'e fqrWard! ifl ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

'//"l-f;: i ' '/AjtedDS^r^^'''^/^^ .,, firing: oiie of;,-tlie Vrontier War in J^ennf 'ylS"?'0* «vwus: fiiund necessary: to:send out acorapiiuy of rangers or spip^.r~ .|A,ijterL tltieVi had L4rnve4at their pbint ;of |jde»ti»atfen, if .jvas, thought adyisnhlq to send,onerjof the <m %?r?f^; ^e ^rapanjj^ith!, »b!cpnu^tl ;;(Bf l>Vc.'BS!|l4 J1?' recannp^re,.thafniovemra the eaemy. .- - A5Putchmun constituted one; iOf the-;pftrty. ianditif on tlie evening ofJSajj' second day they cam s upon ap Indian canap" ,cpyerjed/,:WUh! bark, [and"..discbyereij: Jmdh 8igns;pf the enemy. . %, council,-was, immel diatelyjheld,upon jvb'ichlitwasvdeterniined tpsecretei themselves, uppp .the campWnd! :W«it the; arrival.•ojfi1tui^j|ho!ian,aJT'A^5iSiei nhjhtfail had ^et.iin^ ^ycralo/thesoniot y^Yorestilenterpd th&c4imp^div$s;. <M;:^B^!' Jjej^iP! of their, implements/ of^Wgr; im^ipoml ; rflencfad preparing something JoysAVsf y!;^ .caU8,Jpf;liu.nger.r;;Au|r:ePutchma^ itching *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

GEN. IRVIN AND TEA AND COFFEE We intimated in the Advocate of last week that we were disposed' to1 leave the great and momentous question, whether Gen. Irvin did or did riot vote in Congress to tax tea and coffee, to the editors of the " Register" and " Democrat,'* who have taxed the patience of tlieir readers with discussing that question and blackballing each oheKas far back as we. can rememberf -Havingread but little of the controversy bet veen/tiose worthies, we scarcely know whal th^; have been driving/ at—^certainly it dbeSfahptre - quire so many'Words to prove whether a representative aairi''? yea," or ",nay, ' | on a certain question^. Relieving that bur readers were satisfied in their own minds on the/subject; we had not thought it necessary to say anything about.it, but 11 frjend has set upon us with the folJbtving'cjramunication and extracts* which, thou jlr " much ado about nothing" we willing y publish; merely adding that/tea aiid: coffee won't save Gen. Irvin atl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

peoi IriEAiHi ; ! i'rom the Public Ledger. Important from Mexico.x : "! Santa Anna ' declared Dictator—$0 Prospects of Pe^ce—Further particulars of the Guerilla\dej'eats bf Generals Cadwal* ader and Pillow— -An Attack Upon Cad' toalader threatened—The Enemy dispu-,. ting the Ade'fmce if Gen. Scott. 1 Bal: ihore, July-7,' 1847. The New Ofleant papers contain further -intelligence by [the steamer New Orleans.— The Mexican Congifess had postponed the election of President to the 25th November, and made Sunfa Ar na dictator. The.preparations for the def s'nee of the capital was of the most thbrougl character, and it was the intention td attack Gen Scott1 at three - different points! on the road. Gen. Cndwalader's rout of the Guerillas is represented to nave been most Complete.— He took the&i by surprise,, killing fifty, Wouding forty/and taking a number of prisoners, without losing a man. A letter also; states that Gen. Alvarez, is between Perot<S and Puebla, and is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

*~1 :— ^ \ i ^ Froai the N.C. Delta. Gen. Scott's Ao'vanee—Tlie >?r«par- anonfs to' Jppose htm. We do notjshari! the ap prehe isions of those of our catemp iraries, who th uk Gen. Scott's positiorf a very perilous and embarrassed one. Mexican, prowess is no more to be dreaded in the defence of th: capital than it was on;the field of Buena Vista, and on the heights of Cerro Gordo. In leed, the men who fought those battles, wt re of far better materialiUian those which cs n be rallied in theirjeffeninate Capital. They fought, too, under the most, favo able ctreurastauces—in one case with greaiy superior numbers, sand ;n the other with great advantages of positii in. But now t ley have . to defend a city which lies on a level 'and exposed plateafu—a city embractn » a large area—and which cauld not be successfully ^defended -with, 'less than two hundred cannon; Where 4re the cannon T We hear of the melting of church bells into caitnon, but we believe this is all Mexican gas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

• - ]¦>.* pL.^. ap^Pub^iidier,^ . I>ate au*4 li«ere>U*Mr Troaa Mexie*. The tecouotl whicfi|come/tb u» from Mexico are ve|y <^tra^Mttory,^ttb«mo« reliable ^poturcpiaaenttfcat i6m Mexicans are ptepanng tb oppo*e[Gen. Scott'* advance to the capital, j Ifthis be *o, there will certainly be another and sanguinary action,^- Chapultepec, Mexicaliingo, Gaudalupe and Penon Veijo, jit ii sajd, are fortified, and that at the different Wnt* they have aixty cannon.', The fgeiftmla la command at these placeiwlfnacio-Gutierrez, Gaona, Ma; nana Martinet and^ Gifetbrio G. PblomiBOi That they are not only casting cannon, but shells/and balls, and wfth great activity, is eertalb.!P'-'-'.f"' ¦ "-t • — ¦ <•• j ¦ ¦ ¦».' : This Monitor RepuWicano, of the 18th ult, sjays that Alvarez, with his Indians, wa* to march on that day for Puebla, and was to be followed up by the regular cavalry.' •' This same paper intimates that the rest of the army is also immediately to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

I f t)tfpt60»? 3^5t»otat^. JOB.. BOYD, PDBLISHta. : " Here dijl um> Pre»«, the People's righti mamudn, Unawed by influence, and nnbnbed by gain." kONTBfcUB; 3UJUV tl, l»*1. BEI0CIAT1C H0UJIT10B&. FOE GOVERNOR, FBA1VCI9 B. 8HITIIK. j '' ¦ of ABegktuy to. , ; CANAL COMMISSIONER, OIOBBIS LOKOSTBETH. ; 0/ Montgomery a. \- WHIG NOIIRITHNB. ' j.' - : For Governor, 'JAMES IRVIN, of Centre to. : Canal Commissioner, jj JOSEPH W. PATTON, ij of Cumberland eo. i ¦ ' II ¦ ¦ ' f^" See prospectus for a new volume of the "Democratic RevieW" in another columti.[ :...a . __i. $&" We acknowledge the receipt of "Blackwood's Magazine" for May—one of the best periodicals in the world. The American edition is published by Messrs. Leonard Scott & Co., 112 Fulton-street, New York, at $3,00 per'annum. ' \^~ Hon. Addison Gardner has resigned the office of Lieut. Governor of New York. Foreign News. The Steamship Caledonia arrived at Boston last week, bringing 15 days later in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

GES. TAYLJR AND THE PRESIDENCY Subjoined is an ably written article from the Cincinnati Signal, relative to Gen. Taylor and his prospjscts as a Cabdidate for the next Presidency, and the reply of old Rough St. Ready to the article, which the editor of the Signal sent him. - ' If this letter is genuine, and we have no doubt but it is, it places the! hero of Buena Vista in a neW light before! the American people. He avows his determination not to permit himself "to be the candidatejof any party, or yield to! party schemes;" This js precisely wbat might have ibeen expected from Gen. Tayloi1, and if he is really^ desirous of filling the highest office in the; world, it will readily be perceived that the line of policy which Jie has marked out fbr himself in view of his selection as a cabdidate for the Presidency, is on a par with his whole military career—ever laying br)s plans deeply and correctly, and following tjiem to a triumphant success. It might be doubted, if Gen. Taylor c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

*BW TOBE MABKETS. coaatOTX-Pj wiejcli ran th« rjorue's *dtocate< Wheat floui per! barrel ~ $6,00 -a l6,12i Cora meal i :do •'; f ;• 4,oq ® Wheat, per busbpl. 1,2$ © ,1,30 %e, Ho ; i75 ® o,00 S°1? |d» 4 - ,60 ®. ,65 | «rley. Jd«> j 0,8!l ® 033 2*^' £il° ^L WQ ® M» Butter per lb. Orange co. fl,20 ® »,22 ™„ do J^w«««ndatrj-, . Wff, «,k-12 Cheese, pet1 lb. J 0,06 •« 5,08 Beet, per baxreL;mess. - - 11,00 ®jil,75 ¦ do jjrime, |- 8,60! <» 9,25 Pork, per bsrrel, mess,.. U,»5",«fJH do prime./. 12,50*13,00 Lard, per lb. _ 1 0,10i©b,ll Hams perlb. smoked ' 0,07'® 0 09 America* wool, per lb: «axoii 0,&5 ® D37* do full blood Merino 034-3 0,3* do .. ,>£4Merino,. ;,0^9-»,p^4 do native Sf \ Merino 0J!6: <3> 0,89 Teaaveraaee Meeting. The quarterly meeting of the *• Montrose and Bridgewater Washingtonian -Teiriperjance Societj.f* will be hehjjin^ itjie^Cfurt. jhouse, in Montroie, on Monday the 19th da^<rfjuijrjy^..t20.cjoe ^ p;j£ j ;,.'...

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