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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

Which Is Right A Tho "leaden-headed lubber" f(we" use a own words, dear reader) of the Register wfo always knows more than all crejation, m hb own way, assorted last week that "the Presi dent and hb party pushed this country into i needless war"? &d. * Let us see, hb Simon pure "Whigs" being judges. - Congress, upon being apprised that hostilities had commenbed on the Ripj Grande declared that "wnrexbt'soy the act of Mexico? and what is further evidence in this case, there was but two ori three Whigs", in T/0D£re?3 who'did not vote for that resetlutioni No» which b right, almost the entire delegation ia Congress, or the .clerjcaUapingl leatlter-hesi who indited t]»ej falsehood "above quoted. ' Again. T^b the -following from Gen. Seott,s proclamation 1 to the Mexicans a&mt ! three months siripe :¦' " ; / ' "Mexicans ! • Amerieans.are pot^your e^ mies but the br.bmies for a time jrfthe menirlw a year ago, misr-governed voii/nd RR0U6HI ABOUT THISTDNNATURAli WAR ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

Akot&sr NEWWoftRv-We were shownvesterlaya prospectus for anew Hbtorical Work, mtltled, "APictoral History of America," including the several Countries of jhe jjorthjniand Southern portions of the Continent, By;S. G. Goodrich, Hartford Ct. Said Book rill contain nearly 1000 royal qctyvo pages, and be illustrated by 300 engravings, including some recent battle scenes in Mexijco. Thca,;e$t, Mr. C. Watson, will canvass tjiis 'count1' fey. a short tmie soliciting subscriptiojtis. - Tffi! psMOCRArio Review for July bian; excellonti: number,, commencing \jtho twoniy-* first vihnne. The character of the work-4-it being ibet standard work in America—arid the cxtreneiy moderate price ($3) ought to place ft in thb hands of a vas| many of bur readejrs-We p trccive that it b hereafter to be published by Jc*n ^ Moore, No. 170 RroadwayJ^ Y. TP-.Kc^ll, remaining as editor, ^m Tire Rbgbter-booby (pardon us read»We sretrjing to reciprocate epithets thb Sek) says tl attseveral men in this co...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

Letting off th* (las. 8©" Life-office—Life-office- -Life-office—Life-office-'Lifo-office—Life-offi jo.—Register. The North American, a few i iiys ago, published a very oracular letter frirn Easton, in which it was predicted that Shu nk would have but three hundred majority in Northampton, and in which, also, among other shangesto Ikvin, a" conspicuous" Democrat, a " Dr. JaSes Ready," was named. The Eos on Argus disposes of thb story as follows: Now that b truly a pretty s lecimen of the reckless means the Federalists will resort to, in order to gain their ends. W jen wo assure the people that there is no such man as " Dr. James Brady" living in this co mty, arid never was to our recollection, tl icy will know what estimate to place upon : he rest of the statements contained in this lyin g letter. Our staunch and unwavering Deme crats will - no doubt be surprised to hearth it they cannot give their favorite, honest Old Shank, more than 300 majority. Why Old £ aticon can give ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

I :' - '''l^mSmt^Mir^. JfibhopAiosioPoiTjr^ wUlbffitiateln tho Episcopal Church in thb place; on -Sunday July IStViT) o'clock A- M-, and bSprmgriflo. »t4o'clock, sameday.;;'/|}; [ ^

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

.; nn - uiiiumaiBiDj. Jh Jesshp, on the 4th;inst., hfSJ. W. Smith, | Esq.,MkMebwin • p. Bab|e«, ofToWan-. i da, to Miss^AMASDA C. Stowb, of Jessup. ¦t- . • : T~ ;> ¦ t,,:'"—-g j atta attarrtiBemcnts. T ESTR^EDU h FROM tbe enclosure of ihe Subscriber abot" the 1st of May Inst, a sorrel three yeoi i old mare colt, with a White Ystripe I in ilafacbi ami one white bind foot. WhoeveKwiil return said colt, or give ifiiormation wheife itxinay be found, shall be reasonably rewarded;, \ ! ' ^mois Burrows. . ' j Bridgewater, July t4,18^7. 'i- \ ORIENTAL j SOVEREIGN BALM^WLS. npHB subscribers rire agentsferrihese Inval-J. uabie Pills, and Would confidently recommend them to' persons afflicted; With hreuoBsxion, impure Blood, Bimjous diseases, Neb» vjouaDeeiutt,Headache,ConpH*.Coins. ¦ I Beniley & Redd. I July'13. 1847. - ). -.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

| WAREHOUSE OF PRWT8 OK1a1[ . i. ! -• t '¦ ' NO. 5|S, CEDAR-STREET, i -MEW YORK. | • . ' : -.—^— i '. LEE, JUDSOS &J1JEE, (»ATE h£X &C JUBSittN,!) OCCUPY the1 npicioos FIVE-^TORY' WAREHOUSE, NoJ;56, CEDAR STREET; tho wmbl« (ir which i» devoted lo the eihibiubn indole of the ¦ingle mrticle of „ •¦.¦'' i ipaiiiaaaa) oiiiLa«*ia3» , i Their. prcacDl Stock eoo»iil« of acaily ONE THOUSAND PACKAGES, Embracing tome THOUSANDS ordiffereritpmtterni 4nd coloring*, and cornpriiin(T cTeryi thing deairable in the line. FOREIGNlaDd DOMESTIC. ! All of which are offered for «ale, for ca«h, orMttsfactory credit, tl the Lowest PriceVbj the - | PIECE OR PACKAGE. j Now Styles ; arc received almost every day, and ipanj; of them are got (up for our 'bwn aalea, and not t!o be found elaowhere. -; *»¦ \ O* Printed lisls of urico, corrected from day to day, with every Tirialion in the marktl, are placed ill the hand* of boycre. ,; . - \ '' I Merchants will be able te form.^ome idea of the e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

1 MISS Wj^LLARlVg SCBtOOI. FOB I YOUNG LAftlES, IN UOXTUOSE ACABEmV. Tl ¦ i— .!?!;•; HE next term will comrrience on Wcd-St«d»y, July 7th. Grateful for the'libertl patioosge ^lready received, she would respectfully inform. Parents and the friends of Education («enerally, tbat her school will cmbjraeo the usual syatflmof government and,instmc^ion, pursued in the Fenftle Semiaariesof ^latsachuselfsi Good board can Jt^j obtained on reasonable terrrii m rcspccUblo families. ] , . TERMS OFTUITION> Common Eutlish Siudies,. , tli I $9 50 History, Boliny, Nal. Philoso'y, iChetitstry, 3 58 , Painting sndlDtwing, (Extra) 3 00 i Music on thf Piana, French and Latin will be taught, if desireU. )-.- ¦ | i i -' < - j - Rarsaucn. -- |t j Hon. W»'llfmSr, J.VT. KiyswoaD, Esq., Tifoa. JoaawUi Esq.; -K;"Q. SfM&a,, » .. tt 8. Bstrfiir, - .1- Bet. Hrwr A.RiLM M. S. WiLsok » Wj| Rwnmi ,! " Montrose,JulV*. ' if' I '' ¦' " "' ¦ rases AF.ptrv.si or /: ¦ tEff^pBl '' f B. SAlISBimY f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

!! PAMFHlJEl'XAWlang^Mt. NOTICE is hereby giro tbat the Pamphlet J>l _ Uw. for S^uehMD* C^tj, r*Sd bf the Legislature of IMnn^ivank it iu recent Ms«kinlb^ra bee^ meived, and are ready for deUverytothofeMU^^rec«,i,,e «h«n. > V&iWOtmUoafo* ,! :¦-¦;: I ' Himmmi-t^^i^A -¦'¦ SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. -Ai? k S. WILSON'S, may be fcOTtfigeii A j etal aaaortoieDt of Goods, ln« «t the tery lowestipricea. -a |. '¦ ' .-.„¦;-L-tfj^M'* v Jureihaaera will fiod it to tbair advanlifs) to eWSBpf"mine Good* and prices beftte ibey pnrebs^ alaewhbre.i, ' •• 'i ' ^.M t.^^~: , iiHSJ^tt''! '¦'¦¦ rrr^xgi'-'.:-. THE Subscribers baviog this dayefltered ibto a. co-partnerahip for tto pnseticeof MEDICINE AND SURGERY, under f be firm of Surra & Snn^nenby ten- der their profeaaiooblsertlees'totsWgecrt p*o-1 i pte ot Lsneaboro'- and vicinity, with the full confidence that if an acquaintancs witi, and tv punctual attendance to, tbjeirbiiaiWeMsim pais, port to public patroiUg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

';l«EW!CM)lC»i0|i' T|.HE stibscriberjb now receiving * general !? assortment of i '- '-^'- \- •¦ \ Dry-Goods, Groceries, Hiiriwarc* il Crockery1 , Bonnets, Ffsh',':\' fi:r: »: {'¦¦¦]• ' ' Palm leaf Hats,J -": ¦' ': ^ii '¦ ^i-'ij' '. '- ; -';"j*&cJC. .' "''- ¦""-¦>';-:". Tbankful for past favors be would most respect futiy solicit the patronage of bisfrrsnels,' and the public generally, and will endeavor ttmll them gooda as MAVyf (or lhereaady, or for approjedNcredit, as. tooie who boast fc|*WcT, andoVuinlonger, ; . .,-...;.,•.?-;-.'*"• ::lir \j, ,jtf|i(x^aig.j viV^.\qi^TEi3,v:SS;[. J-Nekcbsnga for(rood?nll Wnds^of jpia^f ! ; Tow Cloth, Bit«er,^aini,-JES^i^ I Beeswax , Specie and Bank-notes Wgatd, "if^'." ''! • Yfkc-:*iM;l QOSLIN Dp I^IN5S,:j1^Swntf,t SJtd {Splendid GiOghams, lorssle klw«tr|f j .---rTj..,- , ¦ .'-def^m. ' SUMMER STUPFSi-Croton GleHh, TSre*d* , ; Gambronea, stripes and ptaids uncossBMa low;ri ' '.. ;¦?';.-¦ -{ .^-Jfflii. 'Tl--'. jTEAS. " J -'\"f|lf-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

r^m^MTmP^:-SOLE LEATHER; vety cheap, slab Grind Stboes, God Piah, Mackerel, Iron, SUe|, Nails, l&c at. ]" ff. B. 4> Co'* *' &' AS: H'^- PAINTS * Olll. '¦" *-:rm A', : MM lias. Wblie) Lead in Oil iat last yaliil *¦ prices, (the nricel baa adyanced in markits) Parta Green in oil, best quality, which Iia mucb babdaomer jgrcen than sfyolhWiX lot; window blinds, &S. Varniab, JSpUk Twp m ^i*uiity,-4c>!«];;« ¦ ; ;;:m^S^ Sl-.'s. - ;*:fjffl!l»M«i^l Sft AftftpoondaotWGOLwsasd ,,.f^^|^¥'>til».HaVfeiiwMw abovb Searle's Hotel, foci wbicb,; th* hit* M price will be paid by;,,,.:, '^Jh£^^j| 1 Any kind of Far,' Bnuk. MoUSkin, XsvlaU Palm ^Sporli^ md Wool Sa^^Si E oWtoj'. Cl^SmSUkani CtTokxsi ,Z Velvet Csp< also ChildrenV caps wllinrii, «n PlilMtia i BCifeffipKIl !•,••? Ib«. of WOOL-Alto, i ny auaBtltT aT BnuerrJ^r*^ Beeswax, Fj*im Sd^ AsatMi § Grair^ Tow Cloth, |WaMe|,8oc ts, duvia ¦ § *****f- : Witei ;. n;^;„';-j:i:,;;^ -.J^u,,;i,,, k.;.-.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

f\. IfompUmentary. •i The Binghamtou Courier of Wednesday kef bjts tbe following: ' | Accidbht.—On- Sunday last two j person nailing from Montrose, were thrown from a bnggy b this village and: severely Jniured.-t' They,had started for home; and being in State of drunkenness, fell to abusing^beir horscji represented as a noble spirited animal, whic| run with them a quarter of a mile or more, and brought up against a fence. The beast, we are sorry to add, was also badly hurt. On| of thb individuals was very properly lodj^cd iu japl until he had time to become sober. On th|i snmel'day, we are told, four or five other per sens were seen drnnk in our streets. This ii a new era for Binghamton, where sobriety through the week, and especially on the "Sab* bath, has hitherto been the order of'the day. J Paroxysms of the Organ, ^ jmf Under this head the editor of tht^BPah worked himself into a perfect rageJsSfweei about the prospects of his second Joe Ritncij, really fancying (judging...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

More from our old friend, tbe complete Letter- Wrl ter. It wag more than we expectei 1 of Mr. Clay, says the N. Y. Evening Post, tl iat he should favor the public with an exph nation, or the reason why tho new tariff, whlcl, according to him, ought to have ruined the n: tion, had been' actually productive of so. much advantage.— This is a matter concerning whi :h, wo thought it probahfe that a politician of Mr. Clay's character would-have preserved a prudent silence. He has spoken out on this subject, however. A Mr. Bragaw, of Sa: isbury in C6nnecticut with a natural anxietj to advertise his wares as widely as possible, sent Mr. Clay a pocket knife of American manufacture, accompanieiiwith a letter, to which Mr. Clay has written an answer, lately p iblishcd in the whig prints. Mr. Clay gives, i 1 the following passage, .his solution of the difficulty which so much embarrasses his party : "I have been very desirous ti i learn the effect upon Ameriban mamifac'tnr is produced by ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

'' , Ceh*rar,TayIor>< Letter. '! I rftt- . 'i.«! m m F' - , I — J '< "a . ' moso wno are tond tof find ng faults with the tricks and changes of ribliticia n&—-oftcnJAs they criticise with iujusticer-will i fld a subject for their most insatiate appetite nthe present position of the Federal press with reference to Gen. TaylOs's letter. | Thia I missive bastsken them wholly 1by slurprisi -i-in some places, it b denounced as a forger r,1 and in others boldly attatiked—while the si ence of manyiof (tho opposition prints b signif sent of mortification and sutprise. All the F deral papers that embarked in favor of Genera] Taxuob, did :SO under the strongest—in tho saso -of thc'Ohtted States Gazette and othc ¦s, amonntingjto alleged direbt—assurances, t iat he was with them heart and soul. At le st this was asserted by tliemover and over. The Gazette went-so far-as to commit Km openly to the Federal policy on the tariff- and be a southern slave-holder and...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

** V*9**i^-i#f r, W-. P»>- itaraTO* '¦' -T*Jfibs3irJw«..l - .:. - ! *Webav« bt*ninformed by Mrs. Mabapt (a-graadda^bto.of <M Gin. W»/n8) that she MrBmd for a number of years from the growth of * latfo Goilroos Tumor, which beside* grMt aoformity, prodoeea both a|iffienlty of deglotilioo, and ofbreilhing. Indeed, she says, thp pressBro upon tho wind-pipe wasao great, as lo prsrent h« from sleeping: in a reeonbent posiliun, and often suffocation, appeared inevitable.— She also laboured under scTsre indispositioo from IdjrSs C«sTfunrr;&'JAbiroioi,SiiUi a ^ ho/riUa traiaef nersous affections, for wliJohsbeosed^Dr.Jtnri '* Ah\ TaiaATivs, iwhichj she took; regolariyjforsix orseseo weeks, with occasional; doses of h».i SanaUve Kill, auB her general health waa thereby Completely re-es ublisbed.iand now perceiving aome <jiminauoo in the siie of the Goitrous Toraor, she was encouraged to rjejrsevere inpho use of the ALTtas)rivK, until every veklige of tbe pa...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

Good and Ufad Faraalajr. "'*' l<k**assssisssvHss^BsssP*^sssW "> - ' '< <^ff%M^^ ^Sg5sMssssssssssB ' "' \7!^^^^^^^'* »'* lassfl' l*aBS »|^B»sj|(|ssB*assas»Ws»BS^sT ^^ ''-'¦;•;." Slfltf ttltural. t '¦¦¦¦•- ''"'¦v ¦' ' saauasiss- . Look at the T OntPLstj between/a' good farmer and a bad farmcr^-letween a neat thrifty col* -thrator of the soil, aiidia slack and slovenbh aggravatorof it. Thb buildings of tbe one, whether large or smil|; are aRm good repair. The premises about them are clean and unincumbered by piles ol rlbbfah and brush. His wood-is' cut ant} pbv ea under cover in proper season. His tuW jtnd mowing fields: are clean of weeds, bush >«j and stones. Hb walls and femes have no t nsightly gaps. Hb fruit trees are weR trimm djind well cultivated, and aw kept free from ca;tlt5 and caterpillars. Hb barn yard or barn ce liar evinceathe high value be places on manure, by the care he bestows in .making and savin]; it, and hb lands from y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

-^:'^j^«t^t^tytr^^v1" • ' 4:;-H©»>»ima; CewffA' «•* Croap. l-*- To pAmrrr*. —Janra'a Eirtcrosjurr, is witjsoa't •xeepUra thet most valuable preparation in o*e,' for tbe above diseases, ft converts Hooping Cough into a mild and.tractable disease, and shortens its duration more thin one-haH" . and product* a certain tad ipeedy reeowty. 4 From half to one tea spoonful, will eartainly cure Croup in infants and young ehildrsrt, in half art boufs time. The Uvea of hundreds of children willb* saved annually, by always keeping it on band ready for every iemer(ency. BOWEL AMD SUMMER COMPLAINT. Dr. JAYNE, No.8 Sooth THIRD Steeet, is willing to guarantee thathla Ciianiu-nvc BiLfasi Will care Durrhcoi, Colic*, Cramps, Griping Pains, Choi. era Morbus, Summer Complaint, and -other derange merit* of tbe Stomach and Bowels, id ninely.nine caacslootofa hundred, andln less than half tbo lime than can be1 ejected by any other means. ¦ i " It is extremely pleasant, and children an fond o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

. *RtaeamatIsm, Coaa^i & Tib DoplOHreux. A respectable (rentlemsn called at oar office, as he said, to inform us tbat he bad been.afflicted for 6ftcen ycars^witli Bhcurnitism or Gout, and occasionally with Tic Ddulourcur; Uiat be has been frequently confined to Ibis room wr months together, and often suffered the most intense and excruciating pains, bnt that lately.he:had been osing Jatne's Althuttte, from, which ibe found tho most signal and unexpected relief.. He says he found tho medicine very pleasant and effective, and that he now considers himself thoroughly cufed--^spirit of the Time: LIFE! LIFE!! LIFE!!! "All thafa;nian.hi|tb will he give for his life," so we find recorded io tho most ancient and best of books, but as we^teo thousands dying around us with Con. umjiUon, Croup, Cough, Asthma. Bronchitis, Spiting blood, and other Pulmonary affections, we are Jed o doubt the correctness of the above assertion, espeeialy since.it is sb wol) known that a certain remedy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

TftBTt:0F titf fRS REMAINING in the Post Office; at Montrose, P| July 1st, 1847. Ayres Squirl . Lyon VVilliara Beebe Mrs wrah A' Lynch Martin Buckley William Lewis James Byrne James| Lath rop Miss C Babeock Benjamiu Mcintosh BushnelLGeoW Mack John Boles James! Miller John Branson Laiik Miles Parker Boyd FT \ Maxwell Robert Beaneit Edward A Moony Ebenezer B Berry Miss Havy A McMaben James ConkD J $1' Oldham J Catlin Geo Ian Pierson Miss Elizabeth Cuabman Ref M K Patch Benj L Cburpbet Mrs Louisa Perkins Miss Emma C Cole Miss Peymejia Pinney Henry 2 Clembns F Jr Peckins Thomson Charnberlin |Iary C Perrigo Charles Cbamberlin Miss RubyPratt Lafayette Dorsey M is j Caroline Pa I meter Nictlus ' Doloway Hifam Rtdgelv Miss Drisland Edward Roach Win. Dean Judsorj. Reardon Wm. Earle Miss JjC Richardson John C. Evans Martifl Stephens F. A. 2 Fuller Mr ; Sutton Mark 2 Fuller Mrs Matelda Shufelt Wm. Fargo Bishop Stone Mrs Temperance Guard Elisha x Smith Elhanan Geer David jj Smith Dr Horace ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

TJvMBROlDERED, figured and •ngham JEs LAWNS, Mouslin De Laines. from Is. 3d. to 2s. 3d, per [yard, English, Irish jjand American Ginghams, Oregon Plaid, and a splendid lot of calicoes now opening by Bentley * Read. ARDWARE and Crockery—a full stock on band. ! ¦ Bentley iSfRtad. BROOMS, Patent Pails, (common and Ck dar) Butter Ladles and Stamps 'for sale f'go.tby j . • , ... |. ^ , ! l Bentley &r Read. C LOCKS, a full assortment, watches, Jewelry, Bagley's celebrated Gold Pens, *c. Also Bag Twist^ Steel Bdeds.'Purse and Bag Clasps and trimmings. ; : _ j ! Bentley Sr Read. IRON and STEEL.—Swedes and Eng. Rolled IRON, Drag Teeth! Band, Hoop, Round and Scroll Ironi Cast, German, American, spring, and Eng. Blister STEEL,-Also Nail Rods—as cheap (is ibo cheapest by ' i Bentley $¦ Read. WINTER Sperm, Refined whale, Linseed and Olive OILS oj the purest.quality—Also, Paints of 'every ctjlor and description, warranted to give satisfaction,and willibe sold Kryfomby I- {Bentley £ Read...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

NEW Gp ~ODS. T THE Subscriber is now rece-iving arid offers, for sale a new and" desirable stock of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, it prices whlqb cjannol fail to be sniisl'abtory to ill who desire great bargains. His stock comsrises a full assortment of :j ' oar goods, , chock erv, CKOCERIEf), . HARDWARE, MEDICINES; DRIOpS, * ' DYE-STUFFS, NAILS, TIN-WARB, FISH, &C, ill of whiih will be sold -at unusvull-j low prices. J. L^ons. Moy 13, 1847.: N. B. No charge made for exhas)iiin|r gooi's, herefore don't fujl to give us a call before nurihasing elsewberte. j. t,yons. ci

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