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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

The Hobita and atsiadera *>f tat* » i-v. , ¦-i'-^4tlrtjuap.':-p .'-H'Ja~: ^Xl£i&; thewgflklh. w'nlMomew ^ respbiit fif the N. O? FitiayuiSe', ibiii wrhet about the habits arid mannersof1 UM'peopli of the " maguanimuu* nat on.!' i.,u'.t-cU--:,s>, The Mexican is never vithout his blanket,:ciinging.toJit Jwkh.aj.sagiilarraiidSainirable.tenacity, of.purpi.se; they are in*epf»r aWf ,bJ.night .»ml.,day:;, thriu^h suoibine and storm, heat ;nhd epic, lib clings to hi* Watiket as his, main-stby through life^. II rr5ebds^tllsert; himi if'h 1 mi"«res«-' Prore fake, if the world frowns rtnd looks cold tipon. him, he can turn with confidence to his blanket and forget all Desk esin its warminf embrace. "Charity covtreth a multitude ot sins —so does a Mexi :an blanket, tambien; is is a cover -for poverty and rag* and a cloa.lt ior rascality. When the Mexican, exercising his nation; I priopeiisity of appropriating to himself otht r people'* goods, "'bhgs"J anything, hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

"^^jgl^^^fe; , rasLUjun STiat tbc«spi.i aqasisSi *v "'VUV/ V JwiBoxix i-!;v> , .(giBce 9n tlb W4M side of^e.^ablieAvwwe,-) tf«M8.-*j NfeTiOLtAR'*. Veir. in &m#r ' V?4i*e DslUor'. skid Rfty Cenits if not wjd; widiin ..|lir*« s»onthv4 naLif. deUredantil *ftet:Ujeexiitrajtjoaof thejeat Two'Ppllars Will boe»»cteoV!..'3 ¦ ":Twentjr-five cents additions! will, be, enwged where the_pap( r is delivered 1>V earner* at tlie Pab-{h4*r*<-iei?eni»..i- ,¦• ¦¦ .- 7 ¦¦¦'-,' :.¦¦¦ Duwatuau ws optiansi witti the PnUUhetv^an-- •gjggfcggg'v^ sj^^^^^^^

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

••'* v;- UJoctrii- ¦¦'«-V -i iHI" ' • ' ¦ ' :' ' ¦'•'¦"•' •" -:-"' - ' •-•¦«'' ¦•¦j— ¦. :-• From tffeWashington Uuios. ' ^'' ^iramtli-.'i ip*|l'> det^ComWaiiaU \ (i.1 -,^Velue prou l.ef'tao honor,of laying «he fpUow1 - ing beautiful .v<n>cs> in>ta the p»n of a lady, before , tb«. res^ers oi the Union. They are, the noblest ' specimen»f poetry we have read for many a year, ?ja»d worthy of 1 eing placed upon the same tpwerjj^ column on \ rhich. are inscribed the admirable ¦ asl popular vei ics of the, late high-minded Francis L.tkRJjr,.*5«i., o: this city. M,T^^hanged banner, long may it Wave, . O'er die land of iie free, and the home oFthe bravcj They breathe the same patriotic spirit, and are expressed in th a same growing eloquence of th^ «in»e!''The hi;hly respected and distingaishei| fiiend in Penn tylvania, who encloses them to usi •ay*, ^ " they we re written for tbe Union at my re4 •guest, for the purpose ofbringinghometothe hearts 'o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

Pkxserving BrTT8H.—The farmers id the parish of Udney, in the counfy of Aberdeen, practice ! he following' methed'of curing their huttet, which gives it a great superiority ever thsjt of their neighbors: Take two p irts of the best common silt, "oijfi part of siijjir, and one 'partofsalt petfe; Wet'd'tfiem up togother, and blend die wfibje <nJHpJ|e^eIy ; take one ounce of this composition to eixtejai ounces of butter, WArk: it ^•Uhtd the d ass, and close it up for use. Tif butter, j cured with this mixture ip: V***i bf a rtcn and marrowy consistence^ and fine cblbrj and'never acquires a brittle faardness nor I tastes salty. Dr. Anderson •ajr^il'l have] ate hotter cured with the ia-^^^^posi^m, that has .been kept three years*; add it w is a* sweet as at first.** Btit it must be hotel, that butter tlius cured requife* to stand three week* or a month befovfiitiihegub to he used: if* it be sbotler opened^tlie salts.are t)oi sufficiently blended ^**'*"*"i«i«6fo&*« the co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

¦ ¦'¦"¦ ¦ Witatlatlsa^Maiaiarl '.'','if ••W.- «*P*4a-' -•'-"- '•-•'"''"': • *^;±i .^T.-of..Y^?.».. > J-7Tr.-,-i ¦ « "v-jjsi.1:-Wh^^^M?tt|tr.J,;51j,1t LiT- A^h-12 rS2^ ""^ -""H aP4; *****11 Trwafe^^Mta'H^^'^'*4* ^^^^Sm^^^ i«.•>:,-.«,'.¦ a-.7 V-'^^^^ ^f^f.P™**-,.. -j >^M#m&fr^xA",\"iy,' ^' V!,^~ .^r;*^?. »waet vp^;^n^^1*^ri < T^ateg bnt.f^id'her'lettu^paaf^-^ Oea^gs^pu^^hythstlbnfelyMei^ As the ware-u^poiareet t>oti» scke crystal oro, '¦ For1her,c^n^d»^dhe* siqM(kJn^ '.;'.-EVer. «?•OT^^u.^^dove, '. ;.; ;.,. . In lrieudsiii|iia» faithful,jsacVnitsntialorA. '•' .- '- -[¦• r" '. |-' 'I - ;Wfii«totasOWth«Tts'{:-:t''|'--i^--- f :'l\ ¦ jsll ix.iU fn-afcTheeagiffitajrla [.- ;, ,;.:.";:„.r, ;P f^^ «^WW^g!|^r<^UWS Pf joy; .,,,, ,, I >y j : Breisimg theaa^kstormj the idUftSryn.il' V 'Hisiwfiig'^wjthBVind,- ald'Bi»fee baWroar' ' Hewrcrve. aots; hair, &f pe&^tri*a?K^itlai -Bb7rn»y..lJ^wgle'*aiaist>jT4 ' ^&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

El** Numbers 4 ntufS of '»* < Uutmbtn* Miscellany" bait been received, h-fhey con* tain,'in addition toother excellent reading matter, " The Life of Lord Nelso >," with a portrait, "The Temperance movement," " Joan pf Arc, maid of Orleans," " Slavery in America," "Wm, Wallace and Robert Bruce," "Cases of Circumstantial Evidence," and " Byron's narrative t f the Wager," all of which are highly inn resting.— The " Miscellany" is published >y Messrs. Gould, "Kendall <k "Lincoln, 59 Washington street, Boston, and G. B. Zie >er At Co. Philadelphia, at 25 cts. (only) Jer No—The enterprising publisher* d< serve the thanks of .every lover ot the be«utiful and true,rfor. the cheap and tastefil style in which they have spread this trjuly valuable work before the American Peopli:. ' . '".¦ Bf No official despatches yetI rom Gen. t.Scott... The guerrillas continue U eir depre-> dations, and Santa Anna.is again collecting another army, to be a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

New York Election. For the first time since 1941, tbe State Government of New York is Whig in every department, save the Judicial. A Whig Governor, Lieut. ^Governor, aljjtlie Heads of Departments, Canal Board, Prison Inspectors, with a large majority in each branch of the Legislature. Never before has the State administration been so thoroughly "Whig- i in New York city, the Whig majority on Lieut. Governor's ticket is 3,546; on the Comptroller's, 4,542. Eleven Whig* and five Democrats, one of whom is Mike Walsh, are,elected to the Legislature. Last year, only one Whig.^- Whig Senator* in each of the four districts of tlie city. Tlie majority in the State will be immense. The Journ al of Commerce says: " Thousands of Democrats, who are dissatisfied with the Syracuse nominations, did not vote nt all, and some went so far, in their hatred of Hunkerism, as to vote the Whig ticket A liouse divided against itself, cannot stand. Post-master at Harrisbcrg—Isaac G. M'Kinley, Esq.,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

BtUMlaff Caal Flrea. A* anthracite i* now used it make* a fire that is unpleasant, expensive, and irregular in temperature, and productive of great dust and disagreeable and unhealthy gases,'which are wafted about to the great inconvenience and annoyance of the inmates of every house in which it used. If properly and judiciously used, the anthracite fire is of uniform temperature, free'from deleterious gases and annoying dust and ashes, and nt a saving of from twenty to thirty per cent, as may be seen by the experiment.' Anthracite should be broken into pieces of the size of a nut, and in kindling the {re in the morning as little charcoal or other kindlcrs used as will assist in starting the ignition with a blpwer.— When the whole is properly ignited, cover it over With the cinders obtained by riddling or sifting the extinguished contents of yesterday's grate, including those of the size of a pea br even smaller. When this, too, has become partially ignited, the whole should...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

MOM THE AEMY From the Public Ledger 6th inst. Late frotn Blexlco. Santa Anna Restored to Power—Mexican Government at- Queretaro—Gen. Lane Advanced to Hnanantla—Santa Anna, with 2500 Men, Abandoned that Place —Seventy Americans Reported Killed—Gen. Rea Sallied out from Puebla to meet Gen. Lane—Prospects of Another Battle. lPetrhsddrg, Nov. 5. Tbe New Orleans papers received this morning announce the * arrival there of the steamsphip Alabama, will dates from Vera Cruz to the 20th. !, \" Gen. Patterson was expected to march into the interior on the 24th. The Genius of L berry has files from the city of Mexico tb the 7th. Profound tranquility reigned theie. As soon as the government of Pena y Penn was fully orgnnzied, the fact was officially announced to the representatives of foreign powers in friendly relation • with Mexico, and the. British minister replied in satisfactory terms. The Genius of Liberty was informed by a gentleman that left! the Capital mi the- 7th ult., that the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

TbeAray€a«niSani«l^l^s iU :i;i! Ii.; 1- . vi. •• .s -A i;.-1 i.a i»!Wf"' ';; '.,; Freaaont'a Cit*)e.i "'' r.. ^ The Military Court, for the trial of Lieut Col. Fremont, was brganized on Wednesday, Col.-Hunt having been substituted for Major McCall, the only membej- absent. Theaceiried was called upon to ofcjjeet, ** of right he mighty to any member of the .Court; but signified that he hid --'teasuch objection to make." if .M; '"\. The' Judge Advocate (Capt,JwF;i»i) then proceeded to read the charges preferred SP'^.M - fmm- ^fe tetter three different heads—of mutiny, disobedience of the orders: of his immediate commander, and conduct tending tP produce a like disobedience on the part of other*. The charges are substantiated by specifications of fact, involving, ag tb particrilnr «eT* , mur tibyjn their severest aspect, and (fie Inferior^ offences in their1 middle light.' a The Intelligencer gives the following re* port of this; most interesting crise'' '"•'''"'• -'^ The conduct...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

-W. ,..& :,-, W*$&. ^»^0|iui TOL t-^A , »Ui 'Va '-.TJ-j* v ,* -: :t]\i,j,-f gj!^,-,»-, v<' "• '1 -' tr-rrrp-r ¦- t^J^*P^Jr>ess;ili e l>opl»;a riil t* maintain, Unawed bf influence, aWaabribeitj «sin;f' ~' •ij"?^;»"g;it,ak<'1 .^g i'f.'.vna „,i).i>»»^i'- ¦ i ji.ii.ii.. ... ^ MOCTBOSE. jyOTvll^llMy.-' . t •£. W.S)ARR,;^ BuiQiivgi.' &B. ^fitrner of Third and JL><«£ Stn^t.i,_ PkiVa ts authorized to act as Agent fori ^ke "j*eo-*pf&t*Aa'vocctie," mi receive emdricei pt*ny ^ m^ts^ih^ tame^mdt^uifi, j,^"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

y ¦ . Correspondence of the Public Ledger. ™ -Frosn Wsssfeiinsrtasi. -Washinpton, Nov. 4th, 1847. There .is no new* from, the South, the Southern mail not having come through ; but the new* from the North is almost equally interesting. The result bf the New~ Jersey elections excites more surprise than ihose of New' YjOrk. Every one here expected the opposition in NewiNork to be successful, with the present breach in the Democratic'party of that States—especially in an election of a. secondary character, like the present, and jwith such a letter ns ex-President Van Buren wrote to the editor in Wilkesbarre to proceed'it. It has frightened nobody, and will hot change the course of administration in a,single particular. Yon will see that various papers now repeat what I believe I first told you, that the President will not adopt a line policy, which, from its defensive ' character. Would be as costly and insecure as the actual occupation aud tranquilization of the territory now oc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

Arrival ortsieStcasMalaip CaJeslaatss. The Steamer Caledonia arrived as Boston on the 5th inst. We make extracts of foreign news from the Public Ledger: . Thc«7« market is, of course, sensibly influenced by the unparalleled stringency of the money market, and shows a general decline, particularly in quotations for inferior parcels. Indian corn has depreciated from 2s. to 3s. per quarter, and corn meal has also receded in value and u in very little demand. The above quotation* represent tbe maximum price, but occasional forced sales have been made at considerably under those figures. In London yesterday there was an extensrn supply of foreign wheat, hut the trade was dull, and: American descriptions receded from .2s. to 3s. per quarter, without any progress being made in sales. * The quantity of cotton pre*sing upon the market greatly exceeds the demand, producing large sacrifices on tbe part of the seller*, who bate been compelled to submit to price* considerably under our q...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

• v'Wair lacideate. r -- Latest Fbo* Matamoros.—Toj the courtesy of Mr. (I'Donnell, from the Brnzps, yesterday, we are indebted for tlie Mutnmoro* Flag, of the 16th inst. We make from it the extracts; following: i > The epidemic bas-npt abated any, speaking iii reference lo the number jit attneks.— Thedenths, though, are comparatively few, it easily yielding o uiedical treatment. A jcoiTejpondeiij ^ at Reynosa informs »», says this editor of the Flag, of the murder of a young Me; ican of thnt town, oik the night of the 7th i ist. The young man was iii attendance at n private party] at the liouse of a friend, and Handing withl his, hack to nn open,door, gi zing at the walizers,; who wereicircling rpt nd the room, when sopie pinknown person stepped, up to him and fired a pistol at him .putting two balls int^i his left>[idulder, wMch penetrated io hi* leflt chest, and caused hi* death'. The inurderer wse *een by a youth who wa» standing near the dam-, and he is sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

""." ". '"'7' I' CANCER. , '-'. ,'" ',•¦! ,'1 Alt JNtSBSStr *G OABBiCUBBD BY Dr. 0 i JAYNE'8 ALTERATIVE.—In the spring of 183J, a Csnceruus tomor t ppeared in the right breast of Mrs. Fbcebe,- wife ol .Peter Stretcn, of Suleni, N. ¦]• It ws» examined by msny phyweiana, and w",c0'f' ', .idarsd by all a»clia^,ani(b«ide. bora ."the ch*rs<4*nftic narks of one. A U probable »««».«• cafmwareu^wi lboitUiesUg h •slbeasfit-1,C0"»T a«d to increasebath in sise and ptjnftilnes*, until a^t hoMsefssvuurher life, but bj apauua!°f*m*oiij. wssabandoaed, Which, after siconsultauonorertin*fet pswSrcUns, wa i pertonne L Jan. 1st 1832, by Dr.jffilttWB«Wa«i«lBd by Dr- ""^J^Pf Jayne, and two bthe r medicsli | [eudernen. _ T«e enV | tire breaat was Nmived, and after. examination W the tumor, was prion Danced by all present as a'cancer of the mostlnali mantchan cter. laauouttbree months, after iatrtd ible rafferi igs, she was enabled togetabbijlagalnL She remained 4eel>le, and her genera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

fkMtMM^Mu j*jtfb(fr. cMM Nnt. LTni.-Chiny •*£ft chitta," Pob>,^eiijtt,",G6«}«£, Wolf dr/Fitch MUFFSr—Squirrel Boas, Ladies' Wilton.** , Biwsels^Travelling^Jiaggs, that JrW tie »old,clie'aper than, wiil be'*o^ any other store or shop in town. :{ BefdHi you purchase elsewhere call at M. ot-R'sj ' . ' i ' «l 3 KEW FALL frODDS.-^ THE. subscribers., .have received .their splendid stock of. &tff1%MP <^6c^' , which they invite the Public to call and examine. We can and.do sell better Goods at lower rates than tbe majority of the trading class.' We have our usual supply of ' ^M^qBB, NH?w^^.^i§*'5^'STO^Ba'"^tai <fpB Groceries; t* A-- f . . , . • -.7- - '- .1 1 Also, some (DIB(D(DOiIB79 wnicb arc offered at a small advance on city prices, in exchange for nil kinds of truck-that-any farmer raises or manufactures. jjjgfca WANTED, in particular, abyquan-»W' ty of Ouls, Corn, Rye -and Wheat t in exchange for Goods and Cash at our store. . R, SEARLE &, CO. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

e$s^BBS9eses*BS^^ I ^-r^^^^JlllPlHPilSf^ia WopedjaJ butit js <,ouipUed with equaf judgment, and adapted lo the,w^nu ptthe peopte..,. „.•.,,., . ' i /*om'4«.Pvaa/w*rf £4**a«c<,jr»>ite»).!, !..,¦ .from (lie piau o^ this .work,- aod. ,*io, jodgiag from the fast number, ws are <edtobeii«T«i t wU<b« '* j[mT[ vStasWe. pabocatiolt. It,wiU contaiaiutsr "Bug memoir* and historicai sketch** , which_ wilt :Wre%fytractive,«ad, entertaunag f it Witt throw ^Wp^-ofcha*t»tliter«tnr»r-pver thai fetihujs Kff'SS.fi**?'* of iu readers, sad be. ahighlyvalua y »da.hon to public sad nrivatelihrariS. , ; .,., Th8fl«_ 'v?m, ^*^.'-i«eor<i<r.: - |.. , of its eoTtB?^i °r -^c, ?tit^Pl9''ana''h'* reputation sims! Sf««J® -Wi-i* ^ Wide circulation. Its delaalrateteY,^^ object can Kfe^W-a«t»f « «fc» rtOsi^^S^i^^;^:: „> inSPubricK,uidng4e!£Si ml!^*?:'^- ivcloaU^ •« i^M.W&TTr^TT!? "' ,.&!>nibe United Stqtts:Gm!tuu piu.j.t-ii^ , The^nte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

r I'met wWs^ptBiars;"' ;f!5^^<iiif" -li^KtrWrwrvfOW, 9^ §rj-j*m vf,©©©!®^ ^'W^«Mit,. W^ JMVKlJrrW. JWMirb«^8F -^?»J*W IviUagsw eq^sistingias ,«iMa|, of, ajLpjost Sflfpr^ t|ijp^jth84 i»jco|lsjd;ibri); i,lnil*dd|tiop, he luu add^d a j(o^. a««.ilment of Carpentqrsl 6^ Joiner*' Tooli, ttU.of wbipli wilj be sold ,ve-> ryi.cjieap.for[i;ea^ylpay.i . ,,l ,-,' , ,. Ojx,^r 1947, ,. . -BEW,. SAYHE.,,„ ¦ - :¦;•.- ¦.•.,,i., ii W -. .' i.--:i" 1-—r~rrr . v!;l.1,t,3AVE..',Yp,U«'. ASHES, •. ,-,:; itj>|| ,-|.^i WILL b|e paid iii Gn»d*;for. ™."> •ff-J?',, i, good j, liouse asjies, -if bpj't soon by ,./,,,,.., ,.•.,,. ; ,, . B..Say re. i \.drl.MlW, . lvJm -¦ j - , : 1-^-—; rrirrr, r-*r—i JTi,,|EA?EHEiB-~.at: :god* iassukniaiit.klipt -1-fj constantly on baud hyw., ;,B. Ssyre. ,, :Mmg:^:^M^ A.i SPENDJIr ajsortineiu forImen-women -^i and {children, of ajl sixes niulidescriutions.by,^ ,. . ,, .[. ....,.», Sayre."V. . 'STOVES. '!;' " j;--; A' GBESAT"variety of fJoik ^toves^n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

- \ NE^f^jpjji^^sr^f ¦ q^g p^^^^^^^l^gp!^, '......4 " .'i ,-' tf-.i-v.msgTT .Jusi''lFiAlt;<£^'- '¦ : ^1.6*C?«UHrtl#fc.!C^B|Mffrf;:;h HAVING houg^ttheit()ck of; |r«ls of W«* £ verBrdfl^*Co;»nd^aal#^»^; . ditionsttttMMi^W^^i^^^1 ^' aiuienstorfrtrs'/arrdHlie'public s^« call; and e^tnliip|their%oodi.| L1tiaitlNtt? 1ntentton;. -ft*:'iietJXv:-priije») - iW^tSin- -^ snme.Myleand qoniity' ofaruc|« Ota ta puff. chased ut ajhj»pother' estoblUhmentia Sasf.; ,queh^iinac»VMy^it;,.\.;;!' :''t .-|itvi4-!iv'4p: Their st^ embraces a Iar|ey;iiwm«tt| ¦ '•,» ig«|pMr ty&Ajre&^4\ ¦¦ than Jia*-ev|r'^for^ Been oPetcd iathb«M|*^ tion.ni' c^iiilVr^^jia jhey BeUete itf wi|f*fc^-' for the jriterestiot^I wishing »o|pur^ltt^. w-i' call nnd eiainineUheir 'Goods|andi PjioiKy'':-TbeV hnve'also nn ettensivfe assortmentofi Grocenes, Citockery, IHaird^am whiih theyi are deierriiiheditol sell CHEij|i«/ .ERjtnah ain^.Wlier.StQre.iri Jfofthern JP^ni-' 8yivt»nia. 1;.;:','..',]-,'; '¦ 7-\ \ i' '"...

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