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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

^\h)^*ttri1k0m:<WSmMmJ\. A, ' Mr. BoTD-i- Will yon please «iopy into the " Advocite" the enclosed Letter which ha* just cone to band from: joy young friend, Doctor A. J. Waed, late of New-Milfbrd, now sen ing the -»• land of hi* birth" in distant Cal fornin. Your reader*, t am confident, w< uid be gratified with kits insertion. ' . Respectfully Yoar*i)jfcc., ' -Fv-LUSK. iVar SacbmxYtoV (AJto C«iiiRjrriia,V >" Jjuy M,l847. - ') Fbakkiin Lcsst, Est*:"''.' .! Dear Sir—I woufd have written you long ere this according to my pronjisi, but have been waiting until I felt competent from my own observatiohs and what I could learn from ot lers, to give sorpethingr tike a reliable opinion in regard to this last; "Jand of promiw ;" for that it must be unless future emigrai ion shall be able to discover some hew E' Dorado of which we have at pre*- enhno knowledge; beyond this promised land rolls the broad Pacific, and unless some of the 1 slands in its watery waste ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

A , .,.... . <Efjc people's ^.btjomtc. ! f JOS.j'nOYD, PUBLISHER. I- Here shall the Press, the People'srijrhts mnintajn, j Uuuwed by inllueuce, and cubribed by gain." | 1 , j, ^ . JHOKTRjOSE. NOV. fii, 1847. • E. W^ CARR, S y Building, N. E. i eorntr of TliiM and Do:k Streets, Phil'a. \ is authorized to act as Agtnt for tlie " Peo- i pie's Advocate*," and reciice and receipt any '. monies due the\ same for advertising, £pc, , i 1 ' i 1 .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

Correspondence of the Public Ledger. . Perote, Mexico, Oct. 3D, 1847. A bearer of despatches will go down from this place to-morrow morning, with an escort composed of Col. Domingo's (native) Spy company, the Georgia. Dragoons, captain Kendrick, and Taylor's and Lieut Ehminger's Artillery corps, with ther batteries, and the first Pennsylvania Volunteers, besides a number of discharged soldiers, mounted and on foot. The First Plcnnsylvnm Volunteers are nearly all together for the first time in several months. They still, however, maintain their detached appearance, as Col. Black's six companies were sent down on special service from Puebln, aud will return with the next upward train. Capt. small now commands them, as Col. Black is unable to ride, iu consequence of the injury he received by the falling of his horse iu Puebla. He is not, hoWevei, I am happy lo say, seriously injured,, the wounds in his leg being merely painful from fatigue and exposure and by no means dangerous. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

i Santa Aaaa's Farewell to the Army. Headquarters, Huamrtntla, Oct 10,1847. The General-m chief to his companions in Arms. My Friends—When; wc anticipated obtaining a triumph for our country over our invaders, according to the combinations to which you iare no strangers, and while I was exclusively occupied in carrying on hostilities against the enemy,' as you well kn6m, which object alone brought us this way, I received the surprising communication of Don Luis de la Rosa, Minister of State and War, in which he informs me that by order of His Excellency the President of the Supreme court! of Justice, charged with the Supreme Executive power, by the appointment which! I made to that effect in my decree of the loth of last September, I am to deliver the command of this body of troops to his Excellency General of Division, Don .Manuel Rincon, or to Don JJuan Alvarez, holding the same rank. Although against »o strange a procedure I could urge" many objections, as I will do in du...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

0, YES ! MORE EVIDENCE of the increasing popularity of Dr. Jayne's Family McdUincs. I. F|! Conklin, Bats via, N. V-says—Von will observe that I am oat of tie Hair Dye, the Hair Tonic and Vermifuge. Yon- Sou. Pills are getting a very goodcujculation. Wt nave very many cases of consumption iu this cl'unau, and the Expectorant is becoming vary celebrated Henderson Si. Pundenon, Cleveland, Ohio, aay-j-\our Venmftige-sells well, as also your, Hair Tonic and Eipector it Ur. V, Hoi den, Marietta, Ohio, says—Lhavebean oat of your S inative Pills for some weeks, I could We sold, peihaps, fire or •bt.doien in tbattime. 1 can sell large quantities oi your Pills, Vermifuge and ^ipecrorauL ' „ Mrs. Frances Lamb writes, Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 12,1841—Please send me. by the first opportunity, six dozen Jayne'* Expectorant and six dtzen Alterative. These preparations find ready ale, aud are daily becoming more popular with the community. Tbe Jlw.: ohn Peck of Catenovia, N. Y., says \ That * tho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

_ ' WiEW IfOBK JIIABKETg. . coRB«cT«n knu.1 run the rEorts'a, advocate. Wheat flour, per barrel '¦ $6,25 ® (1,50, Connnral.f s'.jio.-'. 2,50 <* '-* Wheat,|perWhel 1,25 <» l>l! E>«, r do ,90«'W Cora i do'.! - JD6 «- fit y* . \ >do, • 0,45* 0,51k Batter per lb. Orange eo. 0,20® 0,2! 1 do I western dairy, 0,1**0,14 Cheaper lb. s • |> . 0,08«,OvOt| Beef, Rer barret mess, ] „ : 11,00 911,3$ „ . ! do ,; prime, , 8,50 9 9.35 Pork, fter biirepmesi; ¦ ¦ "* ¦ •'¦ ¦ ' - -14,75 9 p , I doj prim.,. 10,50 911,00 £¦*»**">* • 0.WJ* wit, Mamsperlb.amoked r -. : . Oflt¦¦% 0.09 Aoeriwnwjootperlb.saio* 0,15 « 0,171 , do | iuU blond Keriao 0,34 • 0,8* do [- ,fc|M«»o 0,99 *o,M «• > *jM^4-|M*rate 0,J««0,»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

.,11jjpng¥f!.415VERTISEMEN^S..'¦;¦- ; TT^^SfeT^jNETI : dr'of Lades Dres* $*&•, »uch a* ^ Black, Br ^.Invisible Green, Mode and Plaid French Merinos—English do. Plain, Plaidf* I griped Alp*cca*f Silk-warp do., a splendid 1 itJjf-CMbmere* ,. DeLains, (j)rejbn, Me|icao and CsliforhlaPjeids, Gala j P^tdt, pot «ed„ PI«d^>Fancjr>Dre*« Silk*i Black jdo , JtombBpnes, the; best as; sortmen^ ofiliet p jiriuu in to«rn; Bleached Miislih*, iihlilea :hed do. fine, verjr low, heavy Sheetinfi, (aofon and'Woollen Flannels, veryjqw.l low Oil Cloth*; India Rubber Cloth* Ad S»t«helvall ^of which will oe wld at jfeat Mrfails{at..the'New Store of -' r"»..l -.•.,. ' ';; Salikborv^s. flar.m^W^^^"- ¦ I- SHAWLS. 1 A SPLENDIi) lot of winter Shawls jn»t arrived ;atj • Salisbury'*: ^25,^47, . ¦'.-'*; —I—1—1—j—i—- -i 1 ; j Ktl> & THICK DOOTS, a It rge stock and low at '** Nov. 25, 47.i Salisbury'*; ^ t'i MET ILIC i INDIA I •' UUBBER cver-*hoes for ladies and MT gents, at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

^ N|^ADl|RtlSfMElt|. I -fI fif.lWB ^fRQ|l| 1 I l€i^r!PI^%^ Next dfior to the brick cornerJtuilding, S " f pVfeRFL0WlM with the ¦ m*^, largest, cheapen, and beat a«- \jsssTIV cs sortment of DRUGS ie MEDMM MICINE8 ever brought into SussB*Tt«lafluehanna County. To all in want Kfijra|o/' any article in our line, we flWMj would say ca|ll and examine our fsssB M^0^* ^'"' P";'?6*' °nd you wi"De '^•li—'wuis'ned'thiitiyoii' ea'n' Ao'full as well as at any other establishment this side of New-York. i ' '' N. XltCHELL & co-Montrose, November;, 1847. { 21ROCERIESV Fruits, hod Spice* of all ^-^ kinds selling almost for cost, by 1 N. Mv &, Co. -< : __¦ ¦ n , ' fTARDWARE, Nails, Cutlery, ^lasst *- Stone &r Wooden Ware, hy j N : - ' N. M. & Co, • "JEWELRY.—Watches, Spoons, Thim" hies, Gold Beads, Chains, Bosom-pins & Rings, Steel Clasps, Bead Slides & Tassels, nnd every other article of Jewelry now worn, selling a great deal lower than it h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

NEW iDY^lTfSfe^lENTS; • ' -»jNSW-^O^D»!,.r HPHE ivascriber'o'lfers'&ebeif assort-;* "meh't of jQ|{|B|§g thiiffall p his cu t toroeri^h at he lias ever brtugrit.; intotbj* village, consisting as usual of almost eveijr tiling that is called for. ~ln t dditibn, he ha* added a good assortment of Carpenters' 6c Joihyr** T6bTg,5a1ljof whicn «/iII he sofd very cheap for ready! pay. ' ' * Oct. 26,1847. f BEN J. SAYRE. SAyE YOUR ASHES. fUall 1 A WlLl, °e pa d in Mi for W^i,- good h"ouse ashes,if brcj't soon by B. Sayre. Oct 26,'47. ! J ; V EATHER—a good assortment kept " •*^ constantly on Hand by B« Sayre. ¦ -T~h:—~ : jr r—' 1-Boots if* Shoes,' A SPENDID assortment for men women ¦ ™-'Bjn.d children, of all sizes arid descriptions, |by ..','.., B, Sayre., • \ 'STOVES,! ¦ •A GREAT variety of Cook Stoves, also **- for pallor, shop and school-houses,'&c., both for burning wood and coal. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to call nnd see his assortment .before purchasi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

"''^w'adtI^Ms^b^t; i{¦'¦*; ciopedia, but itMMmpi/edwimtq^j 'migi lent, and •diutedto lnewanUoftiiepeop/e. , : ^. From.thePraaticvdEducator, BosUn. vffoni the puui of: this wotV. fid, "jsUoj indgnig. trom tbs first number, we «r« irdtobefierait wutba *y?ff !?f>»h* pubficatioh,. |t whV contiininter-«ting memoir* and historicat, Aetehes, w iich.witt T? ^"/^"^"^tive.sndentortanung i ifvr|fl!uiroW the inBueDce of chaste literature! over tbe1 feeling, and the h^ar t. bfiu re»der»1a»a pe > higl y vianable addiuon to public and private b'brarie*; From ihe If.'Y. Recorder.* "•.-' The character of the contents, and the r rputation of m editor, will give it a wide circulation Ito designs u,"in short, to furnish 'an uifobniuire friend and guide, a lively Breride companion, iu far as that oi?'CSks^'^, ^ ,,,e ^ *b«mgj< A|i mstnujuenWity _'.' ;^'^^^Carwsofipi^ Ji tloii -i: ',- . . ', Tbisi»a>*ervedlva.grea.t Javoritiwjthibe reading public,; suiting the uueW all cU lae...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

ygw advertisements! " ' '—''^'¦* krtsr*as*ssT*ss»»*s»»pi V ^SsamWS^^Sc^^^Bsammnmmmf " ' MpNTROSE SALOON. %V^»t,le undersigned, tender our thanks ' . -1 to tne people generally] for tbe extensive patronage we have heretofore received in our line-of business,^ and woohl inform I them that we. have fitted up a new and -¦ ^ettMi Salotmr - ? on the first floor at the west [door nf.i.i'%'":-Eldridge's Cabinet Wareestalilishineat,twe doors west of M. S. Wilson's Store, and opposite I. L.iPost e> Go's Store. Please call and we will be happy to wait upon yod in* . better style than we have b< en able to do a heretofore, ^e have one Bm room expressly for the Ladies to! eat, Oy iters and Pie>! nicks, &c Also, we have a new andsplen- , did style of China Tpys, of all kinds, tne best assortment; thatT^ver wuk in Montrose,' which wiH be sold cbjeap. ,••':; Confectionaries, Rock Candies, & ; Jujube Paste, upwards- of; forty kinds, frish irom New-York. Fresh s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

v' ^^^w^w^^-^ eoaitccTtn wtiKLT roa! thIc riorti's unvotesT* PBNNS^VAMttJ&'l Under |5* , .$?.., , d«t PhiWelplilaaieakiS^pM . NEW HAWrSHlEE. Maii^^W'.olD jt^'-p^ . | di» Moya5i lSu»l^-P« - W *1AWB;. .-Pcnn%*^»»m oank ntt Calais banlti"^ ; ' 10a—Di baa£St&& ^ d* A^i^ltar*! banlt/ -do Girard ^1S^;^H ^&^<*^ "}° Pemi*5l%»fe'" - ^Isgfl ftSfSD!t i' t-"¦-*" j DelcoattJbe'rter = pa» iJfflwater «uisl bh;do ChestercontWChcMerpai1 Bangor Com bit do Monkery .co; J , H ^'"Tj.bk « 4°/ Farmers'bit Buck* co pat) Citizens' bk 1do Fanner*' v* Bead's ptu; Glbbe bk: ; doS Northampton no saW Frhnkford bk do T'nricaster bank I"* AM »ol<»eat banks i di* grbk Lancar tor pa J VERMONT. LeLnon ldJ,B^k «f ?tAlban» ll di* Harri»bnrg * dii* Bk of Bennington — dis Mi.ldletowd ' ¦ - "t: disi All solvent bank* i di» Carisle * ^ MASSACHUSETTS, niflunibia bridge , T«"! All solvent banks ! ifdm Northumberland pa, ^ RHODE(ISLAND V Miners' bk P'tuvjlle Pa< .*?...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

"BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS ©iFSEf'TEAST AT SEW TOtCK PRICES. T ,,|M. AEXFOBD, of BINGHAMTON, J-i»'N.V.,"has made arraiuremebts with tbe NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS in Bmghaioton, and can furnish his customers, TOd.^.tJ^c.^'ilij Teas i^t ihe same price* taat-lbe Company .charge fprthijan in New York, which js, at least, from' one to two KhiTlin£s cheaper on each ponrid than the Grocers se|U at. And in every case where these Teas dp not give s&tuuactran the money will be paid back for theu-i. Catalofrne or Teas. GREJEN. Yonng Hyson, good, - - $0 37 j do! do. sweet carco, 50 do. do. " tine cargo, 75 do. do. silver leaf, . "1 00 Silver Leaf—seldom sold even by large dealers, because of the small profit* made on it* *ale—i* a very mperior Tea. do. do. golden qhop, ; I 50 Golden Chop—;This is the finegt Green Tea cultivated in China; It is nf the first pickings, aud excels all other .Green Teas for the delicacy qf' its flavor, strength and anma. Heretofore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

i hrfiw$m$m*. <mv \ UF TIE e0N61BI8I0NIL 6L0BB k AfrESBII. mEt.^.hi/Pr^oen,, te.appriM.hr jfJi. Public pf renewed brpparationaiOptW pari tn-publisjj jfjili Congressional ,G[obe 4|d Appendix for the approaching sesswn, and to fnvite subscriptions. | The J,tw^ Ho^rj haying corrected ;with iif for Juie »prKV ,«it such terms as,enable lis now' to malte ctfiiipJele re"p!M(t'fc ^p roujijiplyajfd issue ! tbe numbers in quicker sucetsion j tlian heretpTiire, nnd without increasing ihe pn'c^ to,subscribers,' wenojie to make a good ratiirri for the liberality and high official^ sanctiop thus bestowed on the'publication ^ vWe,shall, increBia tlie volHtne at. least one third beybnitl thelpralnarj'biiikVaiid eirdenvor fo add lo its usefiitness by ettending still further^ its large circulation. This last is not the least1 important point in Ihe View of Congress. Ftfith'Ail nnd durable 'reports of the debates of (lie body are of value hi1 proportion to the extent ^ ofj their circulathHiia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

**# i$5<? * tdiiiK£-#iiiei^J ISAAC L. POST & CO., ! Y_rAYg madenrri ngerrients with theS'EW YORK •0>FstRfN TEA COMPANSV tbrnhe ,calel <lf TJSAf?'in a|»ntrc*e ~ i and canfurnujh their Customers and the. Trade,, witi Tea* at-the asjne prices tbattbe Company charge fir theui. AmV in every'ease whert these Teas dfj not give satisfaction, themoriey will be psidTbsck'fbr thetn. The Voong Hyison Teameatiaued in this Catalogue, at50 cts. is.sdperior to any thmg ^ sold in Montrose »t 621<euU. x CATALOGUE OF ,TEAS. I , " . GBEEN. I - YOUNG HYSON, good...: ,'... i ,->—do., , do, swept corgq 50 do. do. fine cargo... '. 75 do. du. silver leaf..: 1' 00 Silver J^eaf—Seldom sold even by large dealers, because of the very small profit* made on its sate.-r This is a very sujierjor Tea. I ' do,, . dp< golden chop... ., 1 50 Golden Chop—Thi* i» the huest Green Tea cultivatedb ill China. It is of the first pickings, ¦ and! excel* 'all other GlfeenTea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

^ tt'si Sanotiot (Sttote! | i^i^OT^'^^ ^^^'p^Wri*^ ! «•' ^W^/rWX jh?T0 »*»? i^ejiefitof a remedy whicli his iwnfar^le^fnend^,have;6hly had oimoriimiiiy ben ttmm^ol «.]<>ying," induct shins toSoktiA K?' »,Sfilf-°Pl^ on wi *'he;' Aou*and». But iu rap norland web* proved efficacy mail casesof re> ec^ biii*s1«cald.orwc4iiid9 ,a*»isomri»unu«»mi 1 r cW, vTd.|a R?r' U^Pld»lcer«OTindoleot.tuniors, f ouj bt toTie known, and Itsieneral usewntcertainly 1 like-it the every day companion of the aansrj wh Jte casualties are »o fretMient. . . • 1 ,1 mm numeroua certificates'in his possession tha pwpKetwph^re we Knowing:;. ¦ ¦>'¦ >J - >TT ./ hijmay certify that I hive Used Mr.Scon's Saaatr e Cerate, aud believe it an j invaluable cure far brtue*, burns, »ores, ic."' ! ,; ' ' ¦¦ •¦' " .. ' „.,. . .BIjWABD.WHITE. ^ewMdfprd, March 12,1847-' - ,11 bv may cerufy that we have u«d L. ScoUVSaa-•atj re Cerate, and wc know it td be a valuable remed r lor scalds o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

mm»f^0^AD^BRM $BM^^TS pany,75 and.7^#iU'ton'»L..^ »r?,^ marked tome* <M hhhdr^ ^Hd| dollora' w*rth of the finest grade* ioFOreen and BWfkTeaa grirwii in the ee1esjna;!tn|in^ d^ fancy packasje* tWt^Wbese rtgeplaW can invent, ft i« a'priviloCT'fe' noyTea* at u)«'creat;e*tabuibineiit; and a futmr> and| ^nuort' fcjdnnk;j*em'.-! i They iell goW teaiionly-and retailtbeni 4t whole--sale prices. • jConn^'mewuaati' Who Wish always to sell good Teas, can itwiis obtivii 'thorn at thjs place/ oh reasonable,tt»TO.~!E«ij»ri»i«i'''7'' ' Or The-above'.TBAS are ibr «Ud|by ; : [s l: m. record, , j j ; 5ole, agent for. Brobme County., Bingbomtori, may 11,?1847. i,\ List of Popular Medicines, FOR SA\LE-\' 0--L. M. ftEXFORD, BINQHAMTON ^ N.Y., WHO keen* caritantly on hjand a full assortment1 oC genume DRUGS |t MEDICINES, PAINTS &pIL§,B|B WOOTIS &DyE STUFFS, GRGCEBiBS.TFAKdY ARTICLES, i&c. itc.—all ofwbichwiUUtoidipiflrBitpiiisrrilrj? cheap est. 1 ¦¦! ;|..fT ' ] ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

nwmw AT NEW YORK PRICES MONTROSE AGENCY j 6? THE NEW YORK CANTOR TEA COMPANY. THE OLDEST TEA ESTABLISHMENT IN AMERICA! PRINCIPAL ESTABLISH; MpNT IN NEW YORK. 1 j THE" CANTON TEA COMPANY has been>i|>- i ularlv known liir'nmuv year*. This is tfiehir- \ gest and oldest Tea Establishment hi America. Thfl ' public have had lull proof of their integrity and responsibility. But such has been tlie great .mil pressing demand fur their TEAS of late, tluit they iiavibeen obliged to enlarge, to a great exteut, their two principal establishments iu New York, viz: 125 Chatham Se 163 GreeAwich-Sts. They moreover possess facilities, in relation tn tb<- Tea Trade, iu a very abundant degree, mid doubtless superior to any other- Tea Concern in America. Their scrupulous regard to all principles that teud to elevate the cliar.icter of u large house, is well understood, and has idrendy secured them 11 cinuiection, .prtibiibly, larger lluin all other Tea Establishments united, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

..| .. . ..(-.[ - ,. ¦ jr. „-,- fl .;.;¦' I. •¦:;-.( ^¦^HBdBL '•^.?-^Tj^^m\\\\\wL^ss\mi^9 ' • ^^^m^m^m^L mWsmmmmr^sm \^' *€m\^'&m\}'^^m\\\\\\\ml ' ^ fTt —:—*' 'j J. HE DkatcarcM. isV'fuWiWeCompany, Philn-. drl [iliiav have ah thorixedlhe. illttlertiined U'effect Insitruiccs on Buildings, MerchiuidizeT aud other ptbpert,-, against damage or l(»s by firfj ;''¦ .' - The immense resource* of the company, an'tl theii adherence to fair and honorable principles in the transaction nf all their bl|»iuess,'eujitle Uiem to the coilfideuce mf the public us a ii/pl means of lnsiinujec. '¦ ' ; F. i^l'SK,'Agenti? M>mtmse. June lfi. IS4fi. ! . + - : :s • j iNEW GOODS! rpHE subscribers are now receiving by ihe N. Y. T & Erie Rail Rnad a large addition to their stock of GOODS. We tender our grateful aclaiowledgenieuis In th'ise whu have-heretotbrefav«ired us.'opil cordially invite all whu^reiu wnntof'^-olBd GOOD%, at low prices to give u-« a call. ' "^ -. ! ^ , Fl. B. QHAiN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 November 1847

,LOCR*k JAMESON, ; | FASHIONBLE TAILOBg, b CTf7?liWi-fecewed Ibe1 iW Yoii atid, Ptala AX vdelubia Repor t, of r'aihioti*. for'184f-8; -and ¦ f6!?!6"?^.^"P""®11 «<> do worli Alamoie i or,'» Uiej&iicy, of tbe Patron may dictate. ' : i?trW??Sdo1 ^ ^'¦ 'r***"!*" notii*'/ and 1 warranted %&&!^J&V.*tm ^fetbeir right' :'"-' " ""' I'¦' «,!m!^-w&# 1W*tiBtt''vr^a\ifa ¦ MuiB^e/.fJeptLiWy.'''' ¦ '"'¦.•¦•«",^ - ¦. !.• S MT* POpk'.W;iPBi,NBYLVANl^. '.e™t»^ j ing an account of the Geompby/BirirwJsSK erpmeB^|^Q»pf*^,B ^cil ^^^ gj^ Sin^STu^n^a ^^ ^S^SSSlffiiS^:"^:. "'fmt-Vp- :.i--^.r:'; rrjj wsJnsei t' ^J^W^

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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