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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1849

9b With AX CLAKK II- GREEK: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR V FROIRI ETOK. Volume 10. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, T11URSUAY, IVOVE.TIIIEK 29, 1819. . Aiiiiiljcr 3ff. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Ojffiet on Water Slrtet. TERMS or PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, 3 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 10 i, 2j) l t, II 55 it i, it 30 " " " 9 00 15 00 25 00 2S 00 30 00 TERMS Or ADVIRTIS1NQ. One square, (Klines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanes and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. agents tor this paper. T. B. Palmer, Esq-, is authorized to pro core Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1849

THE TIMES I.A8 (HV, SI o . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1849. Howard Emigrants. Tuesday's mail brought letter from most of the California emigi ants, who went from about Fayette. They had all arrived safely, were wall, and generally hunt ing gold, in which they had been toler ably luccesstut.; . We have not seen any of the letters, but would be pleaed to make such portions of any of ihcm public, as would be of interest to the community. Tub Child Tkial. This trial U lill progressing. The testimony nn the part of the prosecution was closed last Friday, at noon. The testimony of the defence, we suppose, will riot consume an much time. We ahull probably know the result by ourmx' issue. We have examined the testimo ny, from day to day, and find nothing to sustain the indictment. InntcTBD. H. IJ. Uranch, Editor of the Lexington Journal, was indicted at the November Term of the Lafayette Circuit Court, for publishing a libel on the Hop. Jas. II. Ihitcii. Tho Editor saya the Evidence and the arg...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1849

Ho for California! Judgo L. ApplcgMe, and two ions, W. Jabine, Tho. P. Wilkcrson, Lntz Anderson, Henry Owens, YVm. 8mith, and Jus. Dcmpsey, nil of Keylesville and inime diotc vicinity, passed down last night on the steamer Amelia, cn routo fur California. Messrs. Thomas McCoy, Whiifield Bailey and Oliver Coleman, . of this place, are milking active preparations for leaving. Frederick Uili.imgs, 12q., has been ppointed by Gov. Riley Attorney General for California. IIJ" Palmer's Busimss Men's Alma nac, for 1850, is on our tabic. It is one of tho most complete woiks ever published, and should be in every busi ness man's counting house. Single copies 12 cents $1 per dozen $7 per hundred. Address V. P. Palmer, Tribune Buildings. New York. Massachusetts Election. Nearly the whole of the State (-28 town) have been heard from, and the following is tho aggregate vote fur Governor: Briogs (Whig) 52,097; Bolt-well, (Lo cofoco) 20,496; Philips, (Free Soil) 24,008. The Senate stands 23 Whigs; L...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1849

The Vilgrlm Mothers. er obiolk. ElroiltC blossoms! brought to grace Old Plymouth' rocky fttn; Proud mothers of a nobis race Of Mern and stalwart men; Strang was the trust wi.h which ye brav'd The danger uf l'ie sea; And strong the unseen power that saved The mothers of the free! When swiftly o'er the smiling deep The fragile Mayflower flew, While stars their solemn watch would keep On yonder fields of blue; Full oft your forms, as slight and fair As sny flower in spring, Were meekly bowed in trusting prayer To heaven's exalted King. Cold was your greeting from the shore, That seemed in dreams so fair; The wintry tempest's sullen roar Sung ye a welcome there; The Indian peered above the hill, With wonder in his eye; The noisy seti-birds answered shrill The tempest-spirit's cry. O, pilgrim mothers! few the lyres Vour praises to prolong; Though fame embalms tho pilgrim sires, And trumpets thera in song; Vet ye were to those hearts of oak The secret of their might; Ye nerved the arm tha...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1849

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffeksox. Volume lO. GLAMioiv, mssoirKi, Tin issn.iv, deckmiiek g, is id. A timber i GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, rOBMSIIED EVEHY TIIUR8D4T. OJJic on Water Strut. TERMS OF rCHMCATIOH. For one year, if paid in advance, 2 00 If not paid before the end or the rear, 3 00 CLUBS. 6 copies 1 vcar in advance, 0 00 10 " " 15 00 3J " " 25 00 85 ' " tH 00 0 " ' 30 00 TEl'.Manr ADTERTI8IS8. One acjnare, (liilinrs orlc)One Dollar rr the first, and DO cent Tor each subsequent loaertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchant and othera who adverliae hy llie year. JOB HUNTING, Or every description, executed with neatneaa and despatch, on reasonable trrma. JUSTICts' nt.ANKS AND BLANK DBKDS, Weatly executed, kopt constantly on hand, and for al low. . AO CM IS VOE THIS PAPSR. V. B. Palmeii. Eq-, is authorised to pro etre Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collectionsforthe Times, it his of Sens in the following citii's: Philad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1849

ft? THE TIMES GIiASOO W, 11 o . THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1849. IE7Ve ore indebted to Mr. Wuv veh, Clerk of ihe Tine steamer Anna for late Si. Louis papers. The Howard Circuit Court com menced its session on Monday, with but a slim attendance of people. There is considerable business, and the term will probably be prolonged until the middle or last of nest week. The first two day of the term were consumed in Slate trials, for various offences We were much pleased with the im provements completed and projected in Fayette. The corporation of the town and the county court made appropria tions; and an ordnance was passed re quiring property holders to pnve in front of their lots, thus giving a good sido walk, and pavings at the'diflcrent crossings and coiner, throughout the entire town. The entire cost of the work will not fall short of two thousand dollars. This shows a degree of liber ality quite commendable, for a place of so small population, and wc trust the example will not bo entirel...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1849

County Justice. Thomas J. Owen, of I In j vicinity; has been appointed bounty Justice, in place of Judge Wal den, resigned. Judge Wolden hns re moved to Livingston county. Latr fiiom Nkw Orleans Another lioat JioslKre, $-c The steamer Bostonia arrived nbout nino o'clock last night. She left New Oilcan on the evening of tho 23d tilt. To her obliging fiflicers we nro indebted for n full file of Memphis and New Orleans papers. On the morning of the 23d Nov., the steamer Savanna bound down wilh a full cargo Mrticlt on the wreck of the Thomas Jefferson, about five miles below Union Rouge and sunk. She was run ashore, her bow lying upon tho bank, and her stern in twelve or fifteen feet water. When passed by the Dostonia they were getting oul the cargo. The boat it is thought will be lust, cargo saved, (or the greater portion of it) in a dam aged condition, extent of loss, and insu rance not known. The officers of the D. also report that on the night of the 23d Nov., a fire broke out in Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1849

WITH YOUR WIFE. Fibst Plas. Take her lo the theatre. Select (he prettiest girl in the house, and keep your eye glass pretty constantly fined on her. Remark to your wife (tint that is the style of beauty you admire. Wife will get fidgety and cross. Observe whav en odd thing it is no woman can bear to be told any body being prettier than herself. The row will thus be put in good train, and yuu can make it more or less strong as you please. Second Plan. Wait until your wife is nt the toilet, preparatory to going out. She will be sure to ask you if her bonnet is straight. Rernaik that the lives of nine tenths of women are passed in thinking whether their bonnets are strrigtit, seasoning the observation by a general scries of r flee lions on the whole sex, as being a set of dress humbugs, and winding up with a remark that you never knew but one girl who had any common sense about her. Wife will ask you why you did not marry her; then you say, abstractly, "Ah! why indeed?" The row is safe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1849

CLA1SK II f-JSEEiV: " ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT ." Jefff. EFFF.RSO. i:iiroR & ritoi'ieiFr?ie. Volume 10. tiLASftOlV, MIWSOUKI, Till IS l AY, DEXETI REU 13, 1813. ."Yum Lor 41, GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVBItY THURSDAY.' Office on Water Strut. TEBMVOF PUBLICATION. For one year, it' paid in advance, 1 f not paid before (he end of the Tear, CLUBS. 5 copic 1 year in advance, J0 .. ...: 4il - 4 i, - "t . 35 " 30 tt $2 00 3 00 0 00 13 DO 25 00 28 (1(1 30 00 TKHM90F ADVERTIRIS. One square, (12 linos or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cent for each subsequent insertion. - Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. ' ' JOB PRINTING, ' Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. ; JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, ' Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and fur sale low. AGENTS TOR THIS PAPER. Y. B. Palmer. Ej., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subsc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1849

THE TIMES THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1849. CONGRESS THE MESSAGE, We had hoped lo be able lo give our readers President Taylor's first annua) message to-day, but in consequence of the failure in the House to choose Speaker, the delivery ol I he message lias been delayed. In another column will be found the proceedings that have transpired, as reported by telegraph, for the St. Louis press. The House had been in session from Monduy to Friday, and adjourned on the evening of that day, without choosing a presiding offi cer. It is difficult to conjecture who will be chosen. Winthrop, the candi date of the Whigs, has gained strength, while Cobb, the locofoco candidate, has lost ground, , The",Frce Soilcrs of the North will support neither of these candidates; Cobb is from a slave State, .and objectionable on that ground, while Winthrop is disliked by them, although from a free State, because he showed them no favor in the last Congress, and declined all their overtures. There are doubtless a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1849

LATEST FROM WASHINGTON. December 6 r. m. In the Senate yesterday Mr. Mangum tub. milted resolution to allow a clerk to the Vice President, which, after eiplenation waa adopted. SECOND DISPATCH. December 6 r. m. In the Senate, Mr. Calhoun preaented the credentials of Jeremiah Clemens, of Ala bant, who was qualified and took his seal, after which the Senate adjourned- In the House, afier the reading of the jour rial, lengthy discission ensued respecting the propriety of appointing a tempory chair man until speaker should be elected. The proposition was finally laid on the table. On motion of Mr. Wenlworth, the House proceeded to ballot for a Speaker. On the Gist ballot Cobb 89, Winihrop 101, Tuck 7, Richaidson 9. Poller 10, Gentry 5, scatiering 4 no choice. Messrs Milliard and Alston voted for Winihrop. On the second ballot Cobb 73, Win ihrop 101, Potter 16, Tuck 8, Richaidson 19, Gentry 5, scattering 4. No choice. THIRD DISPATCH. December 7 r. u. An individual named Robinson was ar t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1849

Carpenter's Tools. Afie.h lot of all sorts ol' break and moul ring planes, hand aud tenant saws, nis-d-e. in slum and fur sain by u.r.5 , C. B. FALt.ENSTEIN. Table and rocket Cutlery. A choice and superior lot. In store and foi "J'J? ... (ci25) C, BF ALI.ENSTEIN. Coat Ulaiiketit, Tr i in 111 iiiS1 A fresh addition of 'J4 pairs of fine drab, blun and snuff colored coat blankets, button and linings. i2j C. B. FALLENS I'EIN. Iiiiisiy! . I have received a large lot of Eastern (tv trvolfilUng) Unset s. ia choice article. In s. le at '-io cents per yard; all ihose who want to cl fir Ihfir children or servants nice, nan; ami rhmp, will please give n,e a all. oct25 C. B. FALLEXSTF.IX Xrgro tflaiifiet. DECIDEDLY the best, and according t. quality, cheapest, lot of blankets for ser vtintt, is now in my house. They ore rurg, and heavy, and are made to keep your ser vants warm and cntnf'orliihlc: as to prices call and examine Tor vour-elves. ! V. . FA l.LESSTEIX. a hu ULAN KE IS. Choice aud snn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1849

M wju.i-lwir)f J . v . H I T 'Jf V I I .Cf'JT j;ifl f9ivP r-A Auromf' I fj OH ,11 J" v - v -"' ' j i ;;' - i nl CLARK Hi -GREEK: VolllIUQ. 10. ' rrOSllBED "EEIiy THtrltllDAY.5 "' Ofice ort ' Water Slrtet.-' ' . . ' i TiHMSOF PUBLICATION. , Fur one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before lbs end of the year, , ... . CLUBS. i 00 3 00 5 copies I year in advance, ' Jfl , f 'I I- i 2,) it :i' r, , i.lc " ! I 25 ' 4c (I .-:! -,i - .-, 30 " " ; 0 00 is no So 00 i -,.2 00 TSRHS OF ADVERTISING. . One" square, (12 line orle9s)One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. ' '' ' ' a : Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. ; j. r r -. JOB PBINTIKO, , "Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable l erms. V. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, -' Neatly executed; kept constantly on hand, and for sale low, , !;.-, ;n ;-r .v i ., (if AGENTS FOB THIS PAPEB. , T,:B. Palm eh, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1849

V THE TIMES I flIiAOW, no. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1S49. CORRESPONDENTS. "Vat." You recollect when Paddy undertook to separate the man and hit wife, who were fighting, that the betlig erent doubled teams upon him, and he bad to put in his beat licks to safe him self: if he had only possessed coolness nough to stand oflf, he would have seen pretty fight, and one of the parties soundly drubbed. "A. J." 93,50 is the amount. CONGRESS NO ORGAN1ZA- TION--NO MESSAGE. Ths Eastern Mail due Tuesday mor ning, got in yesterday evening about sun down. By it we; have dates from Washington to the 14th, which will be found in another column. It will be seen the members are get ting pretty warm, but we think a knock down or two will have a beneficial ef fect, in le nine off the extra head of , , ir .yap -2 a!rS steam the fanatics of the North and South have got up, with a view to get ting themselves prominently "before the . public In reading the Telegraphic dispatch es' there is one thing that will ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1849

CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUSES. Tha proceedings of the Congression al caucuses hava been mid public There wae split in both on the slavery question. Five whigs, heeded by Toombs, of Georgia, left the meeting, upon its declining to endorse the ultra southern doctrine. ' The defection among tha locoe was greater The whole number of votes only amounted to 79, out of 113. The Free Soiler$ had their meeting too, and adopted this pledgeas stated by the N. Y. Evening Post that the members elected upon pledges of entire fidelity to the principle of opposition to the extension of slavery under our con stitution, will in no contingency sop port any man for Speaker of tho'IIoute who will not pledge himself to cordial and effectual cooperation with them on this principle. "This pledge was subscribed to by the following gentlemen: Preston King, David Wilmot, Mr. Booth, of Connect icut, Mr. Durkee, of Wisconsin, wbo, by previous party affinities, are Demo crats; Mr. Tuck, of New Hampshire, Mr. Allen, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1849

2f ' itwn,?'l'wi.wi".w.'i iwTOrac'ir3iCTanrii nnwi.ii i j? LOUR 50 Bbls. St. Loots'; Jnrt wweived end-for s.le by "," J. X'. rfcKrtY. w Ili&Rb,V H0 Bbls Old KictiKcd, in Ktnr nr) to arrive, fur sale by A dministrator'a 1 o I ec. J TTOTlCE is hereby given, thai the under 1 1 -sign has obtained from the Cortbh Court of Howard County letters of adminU- tuition, with the will annexed, on tns estai, of Theaias Hickmaq, deceased, bearing datr ' the filb oi November, 1S49." .'' 1 - r All persons indebted to said esteter re quested to make immediate payment, and those kinir claims, will present them properly au thenticated within one year from the dateut .-.a loitora. or they Bib be precluded froii having any benefit of Said estate, and if nut presented wunio wrce jears, mey win no lur ever barred. " " ' ' : -:": ' SARAH HICKMAN, Adm'x. . Decrm'Wr 8. 1S41). 40-3t " - y I 1E barrels and 60 keg Tar, just receh ed and for sale by J-I). PERRY. , Dae. 13, 1849. (--. T"vEClDEDLY the best, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 December 1849

73rf CLARK II- GREEIVt "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT 77V' Jefferson. EDITOR Ac PROPRIETOR. Volume 10. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMRER 9T, 1840. Number 43. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERT TBDRSDAT. OJic on Water Strtet. TERMS OF PUBLICATION For one tear, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not pa it before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. S copies 1 year in advance, 10 " " " 20 ' " 25 ' " " 30 it m 9 00 15 00 25 00 28 00 30 00 TKRMSOF ADVERTIilNO. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar fer the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. , Liberal deductions made to Merchants end there who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, f Of every description, executed with neatness mod despatch, on reasonable terms. mnirri' blanks AND BLANK DEEDS Neatly executed, kept constantly en hand, and for tale low. AOENTS FOR THIS FAFER. T. B. Palmer. Esq., is authorized to pro sure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, end makeCollectionsfortheTiMEs.it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 December 1849

THE TIMES LW. XiJ? iv v. CiLASWOH , Mo. H U RSDAy7"d Cli M B E R 27,' 1849. - " 'LATEST NEWS. - COBB ELECTED SPEAKER!!"" " We learn by a gentleman who left Han Dibol Sunday morning, that a telegraphic difpatcb was received there late Saturday evening, announcing the election of How ii i. Cobb, of Geore'a. Speaker, We hsve no particular!, as the mail left there Sun day morning, whereas, If it had wailad unti Monday mornine. the regular time, we should have had iho extra of jhe Courier liith i printed daily. To-day s mail will bring ua lull parlicu- Jura, and we hnpe the Message, which will be laid before our readers in our next ia sue. The country will be enx;oiis to know what kind of a compromise, or bargain was nade. Hassibal Cocbieb Lxtka. VVe are indebted to the editor of the Hannibal Con rier foi an extra, containing Congressional proceedings, 6zc. It ia the intention to iss. us a Daiit Extba until the opening o( navigation, with the latest telegraphic news We hope the editor wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 December 1849

3 t ft t". ' From the St. Joseph Adventure, 31st. From Salt Lakk. Mr. Kinkead of St. Louii, with. a nail party of men armed here on. Saturday lost, direct from the City of the Great Salt Lake, which place he left on the 19th of Oc tober. He came through with pack animals and a small waggon; wai de tained - several day on the road, but had as pleasant a trip as could be ex pected so late in the season. Mr. K. reprcsentt the Mormon id tlemcnt to be in a prosperous condition, they having raised an abundant crop and money plenty. lie contradicts the reporti that the Mormons had arrest ed and tried certain American citizens, upon suspicion of having taken a part in eipelling them from Missouri, a few years since; and that they have assess ed a tai of fifty per cent, upon all merchandize taken there for sale; they bave however levied a tax of fifty per oent on liquors, one per cent on other groceries, and a half of one per cent on dry goods and hardware. lie repre sents them as a generous...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 December 1849

B. II. SMITH, Attorney at Law, Trenton, Grundy Co. Mo. WILL promptly attend to all business, entrusted to his care, in the Courts of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit. no!3. ii. II. Ilurckhartt, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Hunts tills' Mo IX Will practice law in the counties of Kandolph, Chariton, Howard, Boone, Monroe, Adair and Schuyler, All business entrusted to him will receive his prompt attention. Office in the 2d story above McCampbell Coates' store . oct24-31 NEW DRUG STORE. THE subscribers are now receiving and pening at their Drug Store, corner or Market and First streets, in Glasgow, a general as sortment of Drugs, Medicines, Taints, Oils and Dyestuffs, Perfumery, Fancy and Shsving 8oaps, direct from St. Louisand Philadelphia We return our thanks to our friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage the last year, and hope by strict attention to business, to have a continuance ot the same Physicians orders put up neat and with des atch all articles sold by us warrrnfed. O...

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