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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

I She Democrat ts rtrii|IsnED every thcrsdat morsi.no, 9V ttM-EK & UEtarsTEv. { I - _—.— ,\ TERNS. (f ,A0 ¦ ?jr»r,irpaiiJ in advance, ~Drt2,00 If paW at ibe flcKofxtKfmt. f 5 ct«. cftarged for postal If carried at the pubtUhtrar exfax. \ ! niaconUnianrei nptionaV.rxc«*pl when ftrrrancrj ar* pajld. AJbraaTta^vaarf one dollar per square nf twelve line?, or tei«, for Itajrirat three hwerr^km*, nod twcnry-fH-rximta I'ofev-<ery ta'hjea.ufnt liwcrtirm. A IrbcraJ diacouot will bo ina4e to the*.'wrrt.aSvertbe fcjr the year. i Qy lluslttaw letteia and communications far the paper Qtaal to rear paiv to ensure attention. i ,

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

j POETRY; ___ V 1 From the Bradford ttcpom-r. bfenof Earth,.Arise! ' i i ' .1 ' • by £. e. Af.roRD. " j. Men of ESarth, who bow, Submissive, I 'Neathjoppression's iron rod. Rise! as|&rt your native freedom, ; And preserve the gift of God ! ' Up .' no J<|ngw sit inactive,. f ^And in}Va:n delusion-rest—Justice calleth you to battle For thcHnjured *r>d oppressed ! What tbo&gh pliant slaves of falsehood, Sing ofjjusticc, luud and long ! Know ye hot, it is a inock'rv—Feci yeinot—the tyrants thong ? Yes.' the plains on Freedom's vestments, Aud the cries of servile wo, . ' In the t mfes of Truth, will tell ye—There is. yet a work to do. Earth is gfoaning 'neath the burden Of accumulated wrong. And, upunUhe breeze ot Heaven, Mis'ryJE plaint is borne along—flail's ilihyrent lights are trampled '' ' In thcjferkJess rush for power, , i And tSc e|>ud.i of dark oppression, {. O'er Earth's fairest regijus lower! ' Yet. your ^haius arcriiot so mightv. N...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

MISCELLANY .Fran the Columbian Magazine. '• *»e Mai) that Killed bis Ketgfiboi*. Tewaded on Pact. \ BY Ll MADIA CHILD. It is cuiiras to observe how a man's spir 1-«al state reSects itself in the people and 411-«nals arounjl him; nay, m the very garments, trees and stones. Beuben {Black was, an infestation in t ]'c ~ ffleigliborho|d where he resided. The very sypt-rf l£fa produced effects similar to tie Hindoo mimical lune, called Rang, which Is said to fcrjng on cbjuds, storms *nd earfi. qa»ke«. IJis wife seemeti lean, sh*rp and un-«o«fortabl|. The heads 4 his We )w,z bristling aspect, "as if each iaEridoal hair stor,d on end wit| perpctlkl fear. The cows .poked out their hfJrng horizontally, as soon as he opt ned the banjj-yard gate.' The dbV- dropped I lis teU betwecf, his legs, an6\ eyed ihim a'skan :e, 'U * ja ^ umor he wa« »n- The cat looked *"1 *Dd sfaggy, and had been known to tush straight upftbeehimnev when be moved toward ™ imcu , w ty »...uVj UCJUI^CU VVN^IU fA« r...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

Kantocket Wkalera. A most striking picture of tho privations and sacrifices of this hardy and peculiar race of men is given by Mr. Abbott: « A man was speaking a few diys ago of the emotions with which, he was overwhelmed when he bade adieu to his family on his last voyage. The ship in which-he was to sail was at Edgarton.on Martha's Vineyard. The packet was at the wharf which was Jo conveyr him from Nantucket tp the ship. He went .down in the morning and saw all his private sea stores stowed away in the sloop.l-and then, returned to his homo to take leave of bis wife and children. His wife was sitting at the fireside struggling in vain to restrain beg tears. She had an infant a; few months old in her arms, and with her-fodt was rocking the cradle in which lay another little daughter about three years of age with her cheeks flashed -with a burning fever, ~ No pen can despribo the ansruish of such a nartinc. It is almost like the bitterness of death. The1"departing-father imp...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

Irvln sutd met Elective nokcUae. Free; suffrage has evpr beip bbnoiubus to Federalism. It bates the sentiment aslniuch as it dreads its practical operation. Hence it is that in the temporary triumphs oT that'party, every effort is made to abrio^o, the ei^ctiW franchise by cdnfiiiing it totbSoi aid those adorns .who happen jto, poMcsstif\^r^-|^ena or can jingle the almighty, dojlar.. It ia, true, they''wilTn'ot avbwj^he scntimcht: fcjJSrJ^jbo people, but no soonjer do thoy meet witi'ii unexpected triumph, jban, in the giddirieM areated by theirgoodljick; tlie£l6sc%ht^ftheir prudential policy, krid by ;a.bo^d js^rokde pdeavor to secure tbjs u^fly object of "tkeir creed ¦ i . ... . ,-, . , Li 1840 Federalism obtaiued.fbylw^ and appliances worthy 0f thepa^yta bHett«|rpnb A President of thcijr'owh,ind alMgemajenty inTCqnj^s, tbeyjde^pi^iici^ enough to attack ;^o citadel of freedom, - By robbirigtbe' b'one: 4na;t H^':qf.I:Mer^^ inestimable right;; aud tins ti/*coBibe ^the snureds ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

s, IMPORTjiSrri?R09tjTHCARaiT. nuance oj neon—Kumortd Mcsiipiation of Sexto. Anna—Rumor of an Insurrection, at BuebUk—Continued iRobberies—From Taylor's Dipisimt,, aiid\the safety of CoL Doniphan's Gallant Command—Death oj Gen. Hammond, of MiiStm. Fbrdericksbcr|i, Va., June 14. The Aeic Orleans Pic&fwie published an extra, at noon on the 7th io|st.. containing the* intellb Knce brought by the irrival of the stcamshfp Jtew Grljjans- fromSrera Cruz,. bringing dates to the 1st inst. She [also touched at tho Braaos on the'Hth. " \ * ,": Gen. Scott had left Jalapai,at tho head of sjx ^ .tjiousand troops. GcnJ Twiggs with his •Uvnsion,.cntered Puebla onf tbe 29th. It was not positively known wljaVjjGeo. Scott's inten tions were, but the general supposition was that he would advance up<jn the capital with las present force. Accounts,from the capital, state that Santa Anna resigned the Presidency j»n the .28th, but it is not known whether Congress had accepted it t&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

Ijater from Mexico. Tie fortificatioris at Rio] Frio Progressing Rapidly—Ten Thousand Men at the City of Mexico—The Seat of. Government about toberRemoted—Gen . Worth's Men not Cut ¦¦ ¦ Of—^Gek. Cadiraladcrfit Vera Cruz. ' 'FBCTEBiCKTOul5G, Va., June 15. JTbe New Orleans .papers, of the 8th inst., bring further details brought by the arrival of the steamer New OrleansJbut no later dates. The intelligence is very cclitradictory. ' Capt. Lanman, of the Pennsylvania ynjun-' "teerS, informs the Picayune that the fortifica-• trans at "B.io;Frio wfcre raradlyjirogressing, and tnat an English courier who arrived at .Vera "Criuvthe night before the jkcamer left, stated "positively that twenty thousand Mexicans wire ^Pgago*! »n the works!? .Another account reduces the'number engaged to twelve thousand. J'~ Cspt. Lauman estimates the total effective "iseu that' Gen. Scott caw concentrate at PueMa'at five thousand six hundred, independent • ef those recently arrived.' £ ^ General' Alva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

JtaewM*«n,,Co>sDi|»i>os o> Jfcit.'4?$t.i» l La.Z-~3 r.'---jL i;.i-l_ L1A»* 4\>nt tliA nftw lin« cei irom * ¦ f — I us uuum rename u»n» v.-.. »••» •—--of thirtjfvsteamexs forme**0' *»? tetwce?N?w jYork and Europe, $f which tfte WAshihgton is the pwheer, will consume, in. their}, Dl|'n'a*d j voyages^. 'the enormous quantity of. 118,000 I tons of oijalper annjita—a quantityf sufficient | to freight a fleet of SJfi.yessels of thi bilrthcn ¦ Jof 300' tonseach, or, equal to one-nin^h if the ! quantity brought to: tho tide water on the reading railrrJaS tho past year. This immense railiroad witi'ili; its extensive machinery; of cars (and engsfles would Have full occupation f(?r forjty days ro bring anmmoint of Coal equal to ; tho supply required for their purposes. \ , j; ! The Curi-DiiKN: of Lafavette.—;"The spirit Of the father is beaming in the so!n."-^- Geor^o Washington Lafayette is a member of the French Chamber of Deputies, and at tho last electio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

kVater Crom^iexlco. Oa*ta Anna tnrnted to take possession of the ¦ f- Cmpital—Rumor offfis being stoned not ¦eon^rmcd-^Results-of^Election for' Presi-<-» dent not yet hunim: if .-.vir, FBEOERicKSDFfccnjJnne 17th, 1847. f Tbe Picayune due yesterday, has ,not yet arrived. New Orleans jfaperB to ^tbe 10th, furnish additional items By the Oregon. The .J^wrwie publishes Santl" Anna's dispatch to 'tbe-President substitute} urging » vigorous fsraaeeution of the war totil ample justice is «btaM«d for the -unjust aggression- of the United States, end declaringJthat the salvation of -^IktlOapttal is indispensafile , and proposing to .resign iue office as Com)isinder in Chief and . -Arst Magistrate, if neef|sary: It also gives Anaya's reply, comeidiu;| with tho views of rSsmtaAnne , and inviting him to take formal lyostiesisii of the Capitajl '_ '.'.-'--' 1 'Notsang is mentionedlin the papers at tbe <€s^ttal i& regard ^ Santa Anna's reception, srbetber stoned or i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

itninsi Tcrr-Ible Steamboat Disaster. The Bunalo igspress or too i- . gives: .he following brief particulars of a shocking ] !ollisiori on Lake Eri?: j " About ono tf clock, yesterday morning, an| mfortunate co|ision occurred between the >teamcr Chesapeake and schooner JJ F. Porter, off Conneauf—the steamer bound up with passengers ¦'audi merchandise, the schooner bound down wit| a full cargo of wheat and com. the lftttfr sunk in 8 fathoms water, aud crew were savcdjhy getting on board the Chesapeake, which made for Coniicaut harbor.— She nnfortunatlly sunk, however, about two miles out. I The passeiisols and crew were picked up by the Steamer Hsfrison about 4 hours after the disaster. The lumber of lives lost is not ascertained. Keport says three of tho crew are imissins. Mr. D. A. Folsom, of Cleveland, is probali^ lost. j After the Hafrison left, tlie Cleveland came down, visited tlft wreck, and would have rendered all the_asiistance she could, had persons been f.rond...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

.. ' ^-,—-~^—: _ The^ EXT IIattlb Gsouni.—The Phila- .: : rfetphia Led|er says: I''The lait news from Mexico repsrtol that the Melicws were fortifying Ritj Fri), on ihe road t> the capital, and that Geneial Scott would jirobably have anoiherfigbt a. that place. A ] ^ntleman who has travelled tlirongh the countiy, and is familiar witH this pass, describe! k as mueb iSMn^forn^bh than that of Co ro Gordo. ' It goes throng the mountain with tisteep ascent, sihI for n«£riy ihree miles the pad, with high andpigge^sldes, isjoniy snflkient to admit the pe^sag^ of a skgle wagon1 at ~a time.— There isi* pa»ibility of turei ig it; and no nwo^ of itteck except by a db set movement thresh shops is. The pass is shout 36 miles fresath#«ipit<Land!rR.o Frio (Cold- river) Sttpfiieijfbe city wit^ iwater. ¦' Notwitlistanding-tiieM. -jdfflfc uties, we have ¦< > doubt that if ^liex^s'i lake i stand agan, that Gen-Soeetwill fnd »-way! ! topewkate the. pus, andditrebisciie...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

Later fflroa l the City of 3texico. - The Schooner Oregon, jCapt. V Whitney, ar- ' • rived at Ne* Orleans on |the Ot l inst. from Tampico, wbencc she sailed on th< '2d insh—She brougbtjovei twenty-jtwo dislihargcd sol- ' diers of the Baltimore battalion—tbe remain- ( der bad sailed on the schooner Morris and ' other vessels] for S' cw Orleans. T lie Picayune says: f The repori of Santa A' nina's" resignation had reached Tampico, hut we |are still uncertain if it has been alcceptcd by (jongress. Tho feelings of the ppnpli! are mahifcstly nuch embittered against bini. Froni Tanipiec we bavdno local news of any | interest, i ! . By ths arrival of the Oregon w> arc in possesion ofjiapers ftrom the fcity^of Siexico to the 22d of May. The latest papers jjrevioucly received were to the 19th. j ' j V I Although thesje papers! are not so late as some extracts frotj a -letter wo 1 ave already given, they ' con:ain' interesting newsj And, first of the Presidential election....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

From.ih«Ptii*oi»li?9«, -,,,.;; . Federal sytnpatlilesWriie Catholics. -: " Jt is a new think under .-.th,e sun for^our Government to recommend the scizurS of Chujicb property, there being b6th robberynnd; sacrilege involved in the recoifimenaatioii.—;;r Tbe'organ of $he Administration seeing th| effect bf its original purpose upon the public min^j, seeks nbw to weaken tho force of it?, nefarious desigri, but without success; since|}t;|s concurred in by many of the party. ,Frbn£fjhc first;!the propositionjalarmed ui, forwekrn^w not'^hat church or. Creed might; come next.— If the Mexican Catholics are to be robbc^ today,! Mexican Protestants may fare as bjadly to-niorrow. Once begin this barbarous ^ war , upon Churches and sects, Bishops and Priests, ' and the end may be a war upon our own altars I and Religion."—Pittsburgh Gazette, Junk 10. I 'Vyc have, for some time past., perceived in' dicaitions, on .the part of tho Federal presses of i our country, of a disposition to try a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

1 . 1 = ¥.<><*.•• Oain General Ta-rlor. I " By the steamslip New Orleans, the Picay- me has latcr*d\*e8 from the Rio Grande, and the sfmy^bf^Gelerar Taylor. A portion ofj Col- Doniphan's iommand had reached Saltillo^afleV a sharp |neountcr with slbody of hostile ladiane. r |r- ' ^ , ' . -J jTh*"troopsTemsining at.MatamoroB. after] thisdeparturooflhe Massaebusetife regiment, wfflbethTc;ecom|)aniss of the 3d Dragoons, Hsgcr's, Btitler'f and Merrick's. ^Tncso dragoiin companies faro not yet furnished with horses, and it is uncertain whether they will bf;>»urited—prlbaWy,says the Flag, not until they are called intq active service, without affording an oppffltunily to drill. * Cbl. Jack Ha|s was at Palo Alto with his regiment of tex|s Rangers—described ai' being a body of remarkably hardy men. H? was waiting for order! to march to the canjp of Qcrt. Taylor. | - I Prom the Mawmoros Flag of the 2d inst., we learn that Ljfcut. Cob Abbott, with! four compan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

~ H6T V" vot ^t0 Tca<*t'le cap'ta ^ aTt ^e ¦ )moa the BJederal wooing of the Catholics, wiich we co|y into to-day's paper from that sterling papfr, the Pittsburgh Post, whose editor, it is ¦ ssjid, is himself a member of the Catholic Chfrch. . The DEMpcBATic-REviKW for June, has already reached us. WhaXwe have said of its predecessors! wo may say orthU number. It is.an invaluable work, and sh'omdbe in thelibrary of evjery Democrat: It isNlecofated wfyha p'ortrlit of Robt. II. Mourns, esVMay ¦ <u, and now! P. 51. of X? Y. city. Published by T.-P. Ke^tell, No! 142 Fulton st.', N. York, at S3, per ajnnum. - .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

/ CASDMDFflWOli! \£k A Ail P°r,nds ¥ W>OL wanted tFVj VVIIr R,Ue f4t sUe one deor above Searle's Hotel, lot ifbictt the highest prijSe wi||[be paid by "| ,^fr?j<r>*oor-. Any kind of-jjurl Br tsk jkole Skin, Leehptn Film Ltqf.iSporfing «*. Wpol Mtlti alio Mm arid boy'* floli Silk. 88k and] Cd. Ghvd end Velvet Caps, alsb ChiWren'sjpap»:sel)in#; cbesp b> j «* ¦ ., MERBII.&ROOIVr I^IMSHI^: M,. -.j •¦•*¦•', . •¦-¦?¦'"* j* - ¦ ¦ ¦ • slwiKSON wklfpisl ttiill ter Web! . let hi store.' '-"f-.'i" ' '"";':>',";,.. June 10,1647." : | ,, jf" .,r" ':..'!: "' ^•jmSlftrti . - ¦¦¦.(ys.-. !-4;ri;--|"-'hx4jfp^| ": ¦ : I I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

) , vfc^NpD, ^ 1 tO,000 lbs., of .WpOlrrAIsp, auy quantity of Buier> Egggi Beeswax,; Pia*seed| feathers. Grain,Tow Cloth, Flannel.Socka]! A&in? exchange for Goods. ¦ >' .'. | •:• 41'- \- '¦ ;¦¦ ,-.' .!- BmOe^^ BMd, _t Montrose, June g, i84f.' '* '.|.-" ' " '/ CASH paid fool WOJPL at the] Hat Store , °t V%. tf.FOST&Cp, FINE NEW fTEAft _ . . at m^k lycsf" JL. M. RE3UOstD hat1 maie arraogemeMswitb the NEW-YORK EEKIrJk-EA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS Ih Dingiamton, and can famish tut euflomen, end the tradej; wilh Terns «i the time ptieet that the Company, charje for therajn New York. wKich is, it IcasUfrwn On«to Tiro Shi I. lings cbctper on each pound thai) tin Grocers sell »t. And in every cue where these TOaa'do.jool give satis, faction, the nionev *ill be paidmck foMthem, CATALOGUE of TEAS. r GREEN. 1 'IT ' ' Young Hymn, food, j V. 37 j'_-j 0o. do. sweet cargo., 4 : ;., 50 Do. do. fine cargo, ! 75 , Da do. silver leaf, '! ) 00 Silttrleaf—seidpmjsol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

NEW GQQI)S. ' AMP CHEAP. THE Subscribers are\rebeiv|ng a well selected stock of i \! ;¦ • ¦ ' 1TB^OO©^&, - which will make ifaeir assortment very compleie.and ihcy nredetermiried lb All on terms that will besalisfactory in ptjrchasersNj j U. fiurjpics, $^Co. Gibson, June 9,'lS47. \ ' j ' \ osiI?jba .Li^iiiss,. N 4} fl PIECES Mbusseline De taines, hahd-£d*J some imtterrts, lii 3d jto is 'ft] per^ard, a} . ' --,-\ ItyB.&C/f. RlSTEDLAWNS, GINGHAMS, *.od Diner tires* goods veryjchelip at '' ~ ] m.£.& Go's. _—i— : -, ¦-. - 1; i ¦ -' ' \. . BQNMETS, .| ,; ... ' AGOODsBssortmen.t of Pl^rienfce, end, straw Bonnetsrand Bonnet trimrriings at \: _• ' Ui B. & Go's. . » ; , PAINTS & OIL] IOOO lbs. White ;LeaB\in; ;Oil|nt last ypars jyice-, (1 lie price has (idvanced in market,) Paris Green in oil. best qunlitjr, which is u much tiaridsomer ((revn thijlrrtuiy other, for window. blinds, &0. Varnish. Mis. Turpen-j tine, Putty. &c. at '¦ ^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

THB^u^rln*rtnn*ih^ni dayen»e«* itioeco-fuinoership' forJt* ;jB*af^csjot MEDICrNE AND SURGERY, under the firmrrfS»inM & Sntrnefehereby tender their professional aervn^toihstjcdod people of Laneeboiv^ eu^| vicinUy* Wu^JlSS fill confidence that if an i^quwUoe* an*, and a po«tual iiiend^MtoJlhei jr^iiw^jp »;paav portte nob^cr^rc^aee , thej willenfoyr»liheral share of the sqUfs^' Those" wnbie misferlune it is if need medical attendance are taviled^ogrvejthem.acaHl ^"".'."C!/ i* " Office add lodgings of'the first nsrwsd oftbt firm, over Ihe EngmeerVofrke,^ and; of the latter, at his residences ; ";,; ¦-• '-^j^- ,-: f'*¦'-¦- ¦ 'M ': ¦ ¦'> i^VMSShu; ' ¦ . .]•¦¦*«£¦..+, in-' jbw U Smrm. LanejiqTO, ' June, 1A18^; ~}^.\ l.^ .. -;:j"i)fi' qT.|RJ^H^liF* ¦ '¦¦" BOTANIC Mi H¥»ROBA«CHtti PHY8ICIANr A^ $UKGEON-^OnW ai Ut d welling thiri* house east of tkw Coon HoeM —Will bo ntboraaSatordaya of each week wherflheyrill bo;bnppy to*^«b;uooo al|thfls» who may favor him with acflL.; ""'1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

KElli^albDS. • ¦. ' .frp\$M_J. . ! T HE subscriber tsnoTRre^ttvinf; SLgen«|rt .asgbrtroemoff,-.!,/:>,= ;:;,^i y.-fi '*- Dry-Goods,Groceries, 'Hardware, r Crocked iBonnets, Fish, ¦ -i, Pdlm leaf Hats, . [ .'-¦; ¦ '•¦Ii:: ;.. ;[' $c.*e:: ''t**v Thankful for ptisi ifavbrs he would nlnst respeetfully solicit' the .OatrUage of hftfriertds, anal tlie public genewilllv.hand wiH endiWor ta eell thetnirood* »»I4»Wfor tbe¦rKm/tT^arifaH approved; credit,;! as;, lboja who beieaisUssV and rfrum longer.: !-. '< --,.,;- ¦ ..;... - • '- V ;";• ¦ ;\xgm,.. ;: ;i- W^NTEDJ ~'f-- ' ±N exchange foil eoods nil ^indS Of grain, ijToie Cloth; ¦ '"'• f" . I • Better, Haks^'\ ¦*! ¦& •+• >\ \ EggajBcesvasrj );;"'"-v'V-"' n ', Specie arifi Bank^noteaifgopif^'i. SPRING & \ SUMMER GOODS. :if' " v ii-i - ii . ii ;<;' ¦'-W>. AT M. S. WILSON'S, may bej-foupd s\«n« erul assprtn;entuf Goods, and at tt» very lowest prices.1 {¦!'¦ ¦ -_ -\- c- J®**-"** Purchasers will f...

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