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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Gi|e credit where It U due. ssome- say that the " Northern Democrat" is matci|ally improved since we resolved to publish jjhe People's Advocate. So far as Regards appearance, this may be true ; but who are-jentitled to the creditjif any is duel Our efforts to publish a cheap and valuable paper h|ve been voluntary; If the proprietors of ijhe " Northern Democrat" (as their asemi-|hig" paper is entiUed,). have enlarged, jjhey were coerced by us to do so.-r-Bat the? r must reduce theitjjrice proportioiiablylwith the reduction of the Tariff of 1846, wjiich they profess so much to love-^- expend] something for valuable periodicals, and, lastly though most importantly,adhere to the t|Ke principles of Democracy: never forgetting, that Pennsylvania'citizens, as *ucb, have rights which should and must be respected. , vi;S -E4"?0A,T Emftsiox—We learn by *!«?.N?| y?rk Tribune, that the steamboat ;Excels|r,' plying; between N. Y. City and aome ol the North River towns, burst one of jber ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Anetber lie c*racred.| Our free-trade (gentry*-in their earnest endeavors to bolster up the' Tariff bf 1816, are driven, by .stubborn facts, to seek aid in .tlieir time of 'need from',the father of lies ; and we arc not surprised that the advocates of a South Gs rolintt doctrine, falsej in theory and in fact, should betake themselves to a refuge so congenial to a sinking cause. Last week.wt nniled one falsehood to the counter, and.to-diiy we quote the direct and positive denml oi' anoiher, tliut ill all tht glory of capital letters bespoke the; admiration of all office-seeking and do.ugh-facr Democrats. The free soil of Pennsylvania is no place fpr such men who mabufacturi' falsehoods td. sustain aj measure subversive of her interests and her' welfare : * Crane Iron-Works, Sept. 5; 1846. To the Editor of the; Dtsmocrat & Argus Ea^ton, Pa, Sirj—Your1 paper of the 27th| ultimo, wbichj was shown me t|iis moruingj contains in an editorial, under the head pf " The Iron ^H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Pewwcrati ^ MoaalnationsT- jpda canalIcommissioner, --' WM. B. I|OSmR, JR. OF BRADFORD COUNTY. fOR REPBE8ENTATIVE8, DAVlDltHOMAS, . , of l&sq'a (?o. SCHUYLfeR FASSET, - of Wyoming] co. FOR COMMISSIONER, NATHAHIELj WEST, of yrhottua*. 1 >. i FOR i AUDITOR, FRANCES <$UINIV, of Ghoconvt. Whig Nominations. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, ' DANIEt SEARLE, of $usq'a 'co. I SrD.|PHELPS, of Wyoming co. FOR1 COMMISSIONER, \ joe| laImb, of $Thomsc\n. ^ h ' !¦ . - FOkiAtTOITOR, THOMAS fNICHOLSON, of Springville. k*»—i Liberty dominations. For|Congress, GEO. F. HORlTON, jof Bradford cb. For Representatives, JOHN M'KIN^EY, of Great Bend. IRA KINNEY| of Wyoming co. - For Commissioner, THOMPSON PjipKENS,ofBridgewater Foe Auditor, ABEL BOLLES, of Rush. For Canal Commissioner, Wm. ELDER, JEsq. o? Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Voice of th* People] in favor of tlie One; Term principle. \ The Democratic Convention of Scbutflkill ciountyjpalssed the fijllowing resolution? Resolved, -That we]recognize the for^e and sound^ics^ of the ONE T^RM PRIISCIPL.E, ij'hdther applied; to National pr State omPiCrs^. and that, in the,opinion pf this convention, in its rigid enforcemenntt|e Democratic patty will find the surest gutfrautcfj of harmony ijnd union, f | -At) the meeting of th|5 Democratic Delegates| of Ly|oming cbjurity, |he following resdljitionwa! adopteds '*!'¦•- |- Resolved, That; we believe jin the polity of thi ONE tERM PRINCIPLE, as abplicajble to Egxccujive and all other oflici|s, wher|e great dowers and p.atrojinge'-' are possessed iiialmiiclf. as]!,we consider, thlit wherje oflieet js dcfira|i}fe,'r a..angle, terriipf t^iree or fojii'r Syearsji is in; nmpljj reWard far sfervibes, alid|wher^, n« -deiji^ible, no ni|n should be fbrfed iittotljcj public service, fpr a longer period. We also belje.ve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

'' THfe TABiTJP- ;%--,'¦/ > ': . - The Democracy of Pennsylvania continue t0 <„cak out inJ»P°sitil?ni w lhS.^t^onS of,lie Tariff oTf 46. | . . LYCOMING fOmTY. , , The Demoera|ic Convention of Lycom-¦ „. county adotyejl the following resolutions: Resolved, Thtjt the tariff-law of 1846, ,c(,u,monly cajled M'Kay's Bill,) does nor ,„,brace in its provision* the elementary Innciples of just and; fair protection, us, Lnctioued bv th| Democracy of Pennsylraulil at the" Polls, bat on the contrary, it, whole policy is^f topian, ,D • , - Resolved, Th|t as citizens of Pennsylvania we have a | ommoii interest one with another, to unite! our endeavors in all honorable ways to procure a repeal; or ^ such „ radical inodif4"ion "f lhe act of 1846'0> „-,|| restore to fie great interests of tins Commonwealth, ipermanent »nd adequate protection. j. i • . , . Resolved, That the' Representatives in Con-res* from tljis State, with the exception "of H°n- Da | id Wflriipt, well...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Senator Caai^rom.. **e ask the *tt«ntipn to the following in"eresting .carreipoBdlejnce between a uumber 01 citizens of panvilfe aud^i&atoTcCame'°a- The repfy bf Gen: C. is worthy of Jhe 'epresentative §f the true interests of Peiiri-^yhania. -¦* $ :, .|;.v . ¦ ....,: . ]:¦¦¦;.:¦::.:. r " '• bkTti2u:,-Aug.l8, ig46^-^ 10 Qek. Sjjjoi, CA«i6wilf''>';.:.. ¦ ..?g.-Js -Dear Sir r-JjCWteB^BOM!^^ J post and reyMufe^w8,1ia^lnlledthe)ftfiri3 « every h<mef-hearted, thirikirig marii'in w states witft appr^heniidri^arid dread Qf «e resultt.tif tjbe practical ^pwatipn or the se» system.Yf "~'' ^'i ^rB*:^ »• -fc Toi you,!-8lk>ie,Ji^«^-»&fob1«{ ol'If PMeful heart$ for the ^atrkiticj %ise and ""My conduc|you displayed in ydur pfl^e |3 fl iuti?ei^iitke',iu making a veryjii^lei though unsiiccjessfiil resistanceto the passage; of tlie Bri^l|ifar}ff pi|i-of M6.H While }otiigrs, vvli^SlsiluJitibiis,> we2dep1o^\ji>^I'beeirun-' ablei tot withstand ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

General Taylor. t , The following is the reply of Gen. Taylor to the jproceedings of a meeting held in the city of New York :' Ho. Qrs. Army op Occcpation. \ I Caiuaago, Mexicg, Aug.14. ) Hon.Geprge Folsom—JDf.Ar Sir : The mail of yestrday conveyed to ime your letter of the. 16th July, accompanying a copy of the resolutions recently adopted in New York city and expressive of the approbation of a large "number of citizens fpr the recent services of the Army of Occupation. Fori those expressions our warmest thanks are due, and will long be remembered as renewed incentives to exer tion iii the cause of the country. For'yourown very complimentary note, my personal thinks are also due. Permitmeto say, it is a source of gratuiatioa to me that the meeting refrained' from the meditated nominations. For the high office in question, j have no aspiration. Tlu Governmeiitiias assigned to me are ardurous aud responsible duty in the prosecution of the existing war ; in conducting it with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

| Mormon Difficulties. \ t rom tin.' St. Uiuis Kepubl-can. ! : Warsaw, III. Aug. 30, 1846. - Last evening I returned from the camp of the Constable's posse at Carthage, aiid to-day at 10 o'clock has been fixed upon by the officers in command for marching to Nauvpo. The posse consists of about 390 men,j-who are actually doing camp duty, besides which diere are about 300 more in townjand about the camp who, it is expected wdl accompany them as soon as the posse coinmeuces its march. It js the design of the posse to march today within a few- miles of Nauvoo, and there encajnp, and are ordered to be provided with five days' provisions!—together with spades, shovels, axes, etc. to throw up intrenchm'ents in case of need. The present move on the part jof the Anti-Mormons appears to be marked with a good deal of determination—they jare better officered than heretofore and more system is observable in their operations) I There ore various reports from Nauvoo some; that the Mormons w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

\ /r"T'\ ~v6T&p.^X]"'\':~'''%'' The SusqliclinnnaJ A«sociilinn of llniversali«ls-^ meetin; Brioklyn oh the first "Weuiiesdny nna following Ttnriwlby (uie 7th bhd 8th)[of October 18M0. Th,e OonnciljwiU mretstjso'clttok pa Wednesday morwng. A'eryiccsiwill cdiumence ,at bilf-paatjio. It 18 fmncd thai ecdy t' oeien;¦ will lip repijesentedjty two ilefegates'firho will cotjiio funiiihed with alllicceMnry Btatiijticil informatiuii. Will each clerkalie * a kind an ^> lAake but full bad correct statistics if—Straiigere ijndl friomhi' froai a distonce will finifl. a committee it the Church til direct ihem to place^ of entertainment.; this pnblid ore respeclftilly invited ta amend, j | 1 J.B.GILMAS,! Brooklyn, %!. JQ. 1S46{ . Sanding ClerfSL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

iuniwroH THE MARKETS^! ^ ... FOR.tHt PEUfLB's AllVOC^TE. J NEW ^ORK, Sept 14. I84& Wheat flour, OCT barrel ! $4,50 © 4^6 Kye do J do 2,50 ® 2<75 Uini meal , | do • ; 2,62 ® 3J30 Wheat, per;bushel v _ 0,95 ® lSa "y*-"' a ,°!. . U,70 ® 0*5 S"? ^°! < 0,50 ® o&a Barley, aol - ; 004 ® O'«o n> ,£"' : 1 °-30 ® Wt liix, peril? American,. 0,03 © 03)31 I :U16w, per Hi. rendered, ' j 0,Q7 @ 0»7.i Butter per lb. :;Orangc co. . j 0,13 ® 9|l7 do fwesterudauk 4 0,10 <S> 0H3 Cheese, per lb. 1 0 ->0(i © 0^7 Beef, per barrel, mess, . ; 6,50 ® 7 »0 t> i ? J , pnme' 1' '• 4>50 ® SiOO 1 ork, per bariiel, mesa, - i "9,874® 10(00 i _i Si Pnme- " 7,87^® 8|t)0 Lard, per lb. j ; o,0:>J®. 0J07 r.ain.sperip«moted , . 0,05 ® DMS r eathers per \j,. bve geese 0,25®^ Ox horns, jwrihuudred, , 8,00 ®12sQd 90W? i i° ' - 2,00 ® 3J00 American yma), per lb. eaxon •; 0.17 ffl 0i31 do | full l,lonjJ Mcriijo 0.27 ® »l28 do: I i &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

R^EP IT IIS 1MIND THATlhcjchcapest loiof.Gotd* ever offered in this market, can nowjbe found at the slorffof ¦ ' .: i a. LTOii, . 21 j-dai Calico for Qne Dollar, Cash. ~ . Hi yds; Sheeting do. t do. ; 2Qlb.«.!Ca%. Tobacco; do. j do. CJ (bs.i Vouug Hysdn Tea, do. do. - 25 Ibs.iCwl-Fish, \ - do. i do. ! Shgar. Qotipe, Molasses, &c. &i. &c. \ A ^PLEKjDlD1 LOT I OF plain, plaid, changeable, fi ncy, omlwe &ape AhpaftcaJ,'' rje]ainea; Gashmerea,-Gia^iamsTAlinieucs, &<j. & Also, sotne eleaant Cashmerl and Dblhiue Shawjl s for sale by * ] . , J. Lyoibs. GOOD D^ilaf Tea selling for Sec Shillinss, bV 1 J - ' -i f J.'Lyoip. . —•— i —-—^ ¦ ¦— ' ' r- LADIES'iSliiu at 35 cents ;-al»o Ladies'naud Childxed's Shoes —r-goingfeheap at the «ore of ' j J. Lyons, nept. '4.6: « ' : { | - : ! ^ 1 ! l j. ^BOOKSi ,j LARGE Family Bibles for 10a j also comnioti and pocket Bibles, Testiimeutgji Geoaraphies| and Atlases, ^'"'""netipfi Gri miriare,i Philo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

"_' , ' ^:SA^J[NEf 8} """'"' ":-¦$" f . - PLAIN abd itripfett tatineto 20 per ceni^uetper . than ever, just come at ¦ Sidisburvi pept..3,,13|4C.>;C.%.-,:!...- ..,...• r . -. .. :,y^ ., ,' , IL.-,>-''. •. _ '_ ^-^-yESTINGS.. 7-'f:/-"'; >V'"' A Large a^dBpiendld'Tdriety of Satin, VcWet (IM ' T Worsted Vcstings; of tHU Fall'4 Ftishion, jort hi''- and very, low at . ;(, !i . SalUbnry'ii \ ¦ sept. 3. ia[4C.. _ ,, ,... , / ,. ;, ~t ~T | LAW^» Shoe is;;;- r:':f;^ ¦ A 5^atJ?"^y of tbe oeit.stjyaud qualitynTJ; « : Gaitersj Biukini, and idippefs-j-iifso a lot of ex-r tremely;lon| priced ihoos, inst come'at >-.'. -'II iseptals*?.:-' 4'i ¦¦,: - . Sali»hur*^i>,'?r "¦ /-!;. ^^^"^r ::;:"^ HIGHEST Market price wffl he paid Jbr.iiry1 quanuty of Btttter; Oats, Bye{ Corn, and Irian- { nelat ;- .. ;. j. j Salikbury'il•'•-.-; sept3,1846.-.- -,.; j - -. j 'f'V THE- .subscriber returns thankslo bis friend* and . the public-gerierplly, for lhe liberal'patronage" he has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

' HAEMEftv | On the |5U|t inst. by Rev. Henry A. Riley, $Ir. David P*iJrE«so.v to Misi Mart S.. HoBEBTjjp!!, both of Jessupl . j i i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

; lteteibls? for the IfeopIeiW idvoeate, i roHthq week ending Sept. J7, 1846. B. Col IF Baicyj . ¦' $l,fl6 Pays to No.f52 t. S. Warnbr, | iJo , « u 153 Edwlin G. Webb, i,0o » » |52 Tho k bherwood, 1.00 " "-i.;o2 A. H. Dorr; \ ¦ ¦ ¦ j jg •• " 150 D. Ri Lester, | i|oo " " \hl «K Knapp, | ^0 >66 u "¦ ^Mncl}, 1,00 " " ;52 "e°ry,Eds^w 1,00 " "ba John Mcintosh;, 100 - " "15° '» GodlWjy, ! ' x'oo " "| 52 ¦1. B. tase,.j ' 100 " " J-52 H. Dart, . I I J'Jj ,< „ E30 npW"^- 1 1.9ft " " ?SS C. C. Wrigh^j . ii00 -. »r|52 Horace Smith; l j^q " » Is* J?"'^11'0'we?,,. -1 - l!00 " " 152 M.Sisk, 1 j . 1 ,.$0 " "539 A. T. Trowbridge, j 1^0 >t 1* fe 50 Mauley Blackington, j i,flo - .1 xufyi Warper Hayd^n, j ii00 .. .. i5o bbenczer Avery, ,-[ 1qq ... „f52

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Imttortan News from Mexico, if true. T-jiejNew York Herald has received from Wnahibgton, - iiiteUijrence from the Rio Gratldti, and the Cabinet at Washington, tvhkjli,J if true| is very important. It is a? follotvsY A| courier is no'W in this city, despatched by Gei|. Taylor, from the American army, and jvvd are informed on the most reliable authority], that no proposals for peace, whatever, hqv% yet been made either by the Jftiican'ariAnterican Governments, or by any of their accredited agents. • ' " This] niesserigej? left after Santa Anna's arrival;'in Mexico, and after he had had sufficient time to make advances, if he intended'to do so, towards our government: This news we hardly expected, but it is all explained by the fact that Santa Anna had given assurances to his friends that, in returning to resume tile command of the army, lie should most implicitly follow the public-will and inclinations of the people of Mexicb, in regard to the war. He is now waiting to learn t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

larmcrlfilcpavtmmi. .< How to destroy the Canada Thistle. I I am an old ingn, and not much in tlie habit ,ofruaing r|y pen. as you, will easi-j 'J; guesa^liaviti^ in my younger days' been , more remarkable for plowing a straight furrow than writing straight linei; but you seem to ipe very good natured, and] I hope;- will let me ^ tell my experience." as they jcall it, about weeds on farms; which I shall try to do as|briefjy aa possible, trusting that others may |e tlie better for it In! the July number of your paper, a " Canadian NjaturalisJ? complains with much justice, of the cajlessness of farmers iu suffering perennial-footed yeeds to tafce~ pOs-; session of the sbi| to lh€ injury of the cropjs ; and Says, if farmers would be unanjmousjin their efforts to exterminate thein, even the Canada thistle,nflght be conquered. It ii a vile weed, which |asJhad as many names as a pickpocket (if ht|is a patrioJ, he will thank me for reminding him that he is not a native of this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Practical Facts abom Pork and lit. II Bacon. VThav is tkejloss in \teeight an making pork into bacon ? T|his question is, often asked; and every farmer, particularly in the jir'est, ought to know |ow to answer it. As a general and safe rul|j from facts within my own knowledge, I hive always contended that it is better for thegpurehaser to buy pork in .the "bog, and niake^iis own bacon, when he can do it for one h^f the price per pound, than ttpbny'it readylnade.. That is, if pork is usually worth Sbts. and bacon " hog round," Gets., it is better to buy ¦ this fresh pork. I am writing forjfbe Vfest; and in the Wefttern'liiiguage.1 That your Eastern readers may .jinderstanj, I will say that a " hog round" means '$ liamj;, 2 shoulders, and 2. sides—out of wfiteh latter the bone, should always be. takeL I jal ways trim off all khe belly pieces, forward. Hams and shoulders toojare well triiemed. The method of salting often astonishes some of tlie new emigrants from mnkeejiand. No...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

JBemedy for ChoUc in Horses.. One of your subscribers having been so unfortunate as to loose several of his mules by the colic, desires, through ylour useful publication, to obtain some imformation on the subject I will inform him of my treatment in such cases, which has -always proved successful. As soon as the animal is attacked, prgpare a strong decoction of soot tea, to which add half a pint of whiskey'; ^our dowij the throat with bottle or boi-ji jj and if relief is not obtained in a few minutes, give an injection of soap suds, with a gill of strong decoction of tobacco, and" a littjes^lt added—and if this does not give relief, and an operation is not produced from the bowels, repeat the injection. My general practice is, to have placed in tna UnttinB anH -&.A.1 l......... -_ ...^-.If 1 ^f ¥ siuau imroi | .v fr 6 <™»'"w"«ume, n lime, one of ashes, and one of salt, or a barrel jof salt and water, which is much better; thejl oats and ibdder are always. (pas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

BkNK WTE LIST.! cubbkc|ki» wskkh ma thk rgoru's pD.tocA.yti ~ . ;|j , M0STW)»*, Sept. 17, 1846. " PEI&SyLVASIA. Under $5» 9 dis PhMefhiabank,,, ,p« ^ NBW HAMPSHIEE Man &Mec bank 1% Allsolventbanks J dm Moyatn^iMn? bank par _ . , MAINE. Penn township bank par OaUis bank 10a—U s bank notes 25 dis Agricultural bank, do Girard t do Par Cl ^r bfc rordoud do ' Pennsyl% do -Par DamariscoUa do Gernian|own P" Mercantile bk do Del co 4- Chester . par Stillwater Canal bkdo . Ch^teifootWChesterpar Bangor.Com bk do Mbutgbftierv co par Westbrook bk ' do Faririeri bTt Bucks co par Citizens' bk do Fartner# hk Bcad'g par Globe bk do Bkstan i * P>r Waahington co do Northampton no sale Frankford bk do Lancaster bank par AU solvent banks \ dis For bk Lancaster par VERMONT. Lebanon 1 dit Barik of St Albans 1J dis HarrUbflrg 1 dis Bk of Bennington —dis Middleu}wn 1 dis All solvent banks 4 dis Carislel 1 dis MASSACHUSETTS. Columbia bridge par All solvent banks J dis Northnihberlan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

I 3,bucrtiscwmt0. i NEW GOODS FOjl THE FALL OF 1846. Offc?rer cent- cheaper than ever offered in this ^SVFf.market before, at septj 3d, 2846. J. B. SALISBUBrS. I CALICO'S, TVTEiT and elegant styles, for only-124 cents per ±\ yard, jnst received at SALISBURY'S, sept;, 3, 1846. t I GINGHAM'S, RI0H and benntiful patterns, jnst in at f ept. 3, 1846. SALISBURY'S. I cashmeres" ' /^A|HMERE3 and d'Lains, elegant styles, just Vy arrived at SALISBURY'S. sep| 3. 1846. ALPACAS. ! PLAIN, plaid, and striped Alpacas cheap at fo»t. 3, 1846. SALISBURY'S. I. BROGANS. TURN'S and Boy's Brogans, at the rednced price XT-i.Dfrrom4s.tol2>. at Salisbokt's. Sept 10, 1846. ij^s^ss^^ ^s^Sa^a^a TVS£j?feilred a ,ot of nut rate Sole Leather/and v it £ill be sold amazing low—from 12 to 15 -cents perpSund.at Salisbury's. sept 10, 1846. ^ I COD-FISH. A FRESH lot of prime Cbd-Tish for only 4 cents pet pound, at ,. ¦ Salbfiory's. «ept| 10, 18-46. f ALPACA ROBEB, a new gtyle of dress goods, just come at gept...

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