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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

1 » r . . ^_j ^^ ^crps^of tl) c \Sctk. _ | From the ^. . Sun. L,ate from Mexico ThroU°rh the same channel by which w'0 received the intelligence from the Gulf squadron (say's the N. O. Picayune, Nov. ?,,) we also received papers from Vera Cr>\z as i?te as the 22d October. The intell: ,gencfr js interesting and important. In *'Mq firet place we may say in general terir,g that in no paper which, we have openej -j0 we find any token ojf submission on dia part of the Mexicans in their confl'.ct with this country. Every jjaragrapk liredthes threats of vengeancej Their lodSes are enumerated m detail, |o found tljercupon more urgent appeals tO the patriotism of their citizens to give up eve >rT thing for the support of the war. The, spirit all is, " War to the knife." But this shows the surface ofthe affairs only- Vfe shall have occasion to note incidcm.a, jwhich lead us to suspect the country Js not so united as the crisis of affairs would I seem to demand. ' f Thej ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

(aution to Cows! I Mr. Higli Constable Brown hjis handed us a portion of'jthe Borough, statutes, which we find too ongifor gratuitous publication, hut which is insiibstance, as folldws: Between the lathj day of Novomuejr and the loth day oT A^ril, if any horses, cattle, sheep, geese, dper, drunken miq, hogs, or other misclijievOiig animals arjpi found at large, without permission, they will be pounded and iirijiounded—so look out. Conchrt ^ L-Mk. A. J. MarviIn gave a. Melodian Concert at" the Courthouse, in this borough, on Thursday evening of last week. Mr, .Sli ¦ cbiiainly has ai-yery good voice and uus^cal talent, andj berforAiedi several pieces with satisfactory abjlity. We were not blttet' pleased w^t li|^ singing,, which was if ell didne, tliaof _y(-e were with, his. unnssiirning and; geademaniy deportment. 1 - i • ¦¦'Winter j,t jlast !—Alter a riiBarkaWy fine fall, whicKwc trust, Has enabled our forme rs to fi nisli their out-door tifork, we are ¦ at inst visited wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

¦ J . I Processional Jealousy. < • We estractfthe following, from a Western paper, thinking it peculiarly elucidatory of ,l,e peculiarities of some peculiar lawyers of whom we hnfe heard : Client.—"foood morning, sir." Lawyer.—*? Good morning—how dp you , ?'t ¦[ Client—"$erv well. I have colled to «av?to vou, ttint \ have made up mt mind to'employ Mr. Lex to assist you in the trial ofmv cause,Ito-day, in Court. Lawyer.—j*» What do want to mnke 8-fool of yourself for t ' If you wish to employ a third man,»V»V do -vou "ot consuIt mc »» t„ whom / would wish you to employ." Client. "Well I supposed I conld engage whom f, pleased, only so that 1 paid for services."!} Lawyer.—*(' Your duty is to consult me as to whom / slioufd prefer to be associated with us. ! - Client. "/N fiHi whom do you prefer i I •prefer xVr. Lei." Lricycr.—% Well, there's Mr. Crank, who is 0n'old tnunli and, from choice, nearly out iof business, ("if you -will employ another, employ him.'*? Client.—"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

ji; r or the People s Advocate. Cntiia's Indian Gallery. aiIi»bs. Ebitors :-~The purest mental it pleasures that):we know, are derived from studying the-tpaditions and superstitions of our country-, a)> embodied in its earlier annul)-. When ithe burial-places of memory open, as it weTc, to give up their.dead, lookin; the wide t|orld over, we can nowhere fitul the soil ils thickly strewn with noble memories, or flic bond of early associations, anil hi-toricaI-%-ecoHections as- clearly developed as in oufiown. And sooth to sav: we have an ancinsht Ivlymcr in our very midst; one who has jpent his life in collecting dicse scattered meilforials, and hoarding them, as a.-bes saved in olden urns, as the relics of a bv-"otie rSb# It is George C.itlin, t|ie Painter-boy O'f Susquehanna. The bent form of his father, the oldest lawyer in the district, has blit lately passed from our sight, :ind tlie jrrassifis vet green above his trrayc. 1 can never forget my early visit tothe ro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

Coming round right. 1 h£ Daily Keystone of Philadelphia, the organj if is understood, of Hon. Geo. M. Dallas, discourses sensibly upon tlie subject of the. disasters which have lately, befallen the Democratic p&rty. We extract the following from the Keystone, in connexion with the remarks of thejjuzerne Democrat, subjoined : " All the elements of opposition would hardly have.sufficed to.defeat William "B. Fostef, or to overthrow Silas Wright, without thi: aid of dissatisfied and disaffected Democrats. The former is acknowleged to have been one of die ablest men Pennsylvania has ever had in. charge of her improvements, yet \he has been beaten by a majority exceeding by nearly 5,000 the majority on the Whig' Congressional ticket, and to avoid a similar defeat, we must not hdreaftef place before the public, candidates who do not command the approval of the entire party. We have among us men—the very best men—against whom im Democrat will raise his voice, and such m^ist he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

LECffUKES. C. C. Burleigh, Esq., of" Philadelphia, Providence permitting, will spend some eight or tjbn days in this County, lecturing on the subjects of Intemperance and Slavery. He will be at the times ahd places as follows: Springville, at the Presbyterian Meetinghouse, Wednesday Dec 2d, at 2 o'clock P. M.,;and at Dimock Corners, in the evening of the same dav. Montrose, Thursday and Saturday evenings, Dec. 3d and 5th. PriendsvHIe, Friday, at 2o'clock P.M., Dec. 4th, and at Forest Lake, in the evening of the same dnV. Great Bend, Tuesday, 2 o'clock P. M., Dec. 8, and Liberty, eVeningof the same day. Brooklin Centre, Thursday, 1 o'clock P. MM Dec. 10, and at Harford village, evening of the same day. Possibly-other notices may be given. It is desired that the friends in the several places named, will make die neqessarv arraneemerits for the meetings. Let the lovers of truth, eloquence, and| logical reasoning, be sure to rally out to! the meetings." They will hear one of the,abl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

new voitk «ARjtj:Tg^_j COkHecIED »"££KLT_foil THK eturLt"» AhforiTE. Wliqattlour, per barrel ' f-'O,~~jTi£w Kyo. do do ~ o-q ,& .,'-., Corn meal do o ,;.> ,^ ^f)U Wheat, par bushel l',u: ® l'li Bye, do „ ru w 0;7j iior? do . 0(77 ra „,!,„ rrv7, ^° ' * "•" '« ™* i-^ ,v . ¦ °-:sfl ® C:'» + Hit, per lb. American, o.U3 'a OOiJ Tallbw, per lb. rendered, 0,07 ffl 007 Butter per lb. Orange co. 0,1-1 <ii n IS 1 .v«, w ajury, o,lo .2.0,15 Cheese, per lb. 0,00 <S 0,09 BeeJ, per barrel, mess, . v r,.:,0 to 7,00 . do pnme,; 4,50 ® ;:,(,0 I ork, per barrel, mess, 9,a7,i©10 00 : do prime.. . 7,874® a!oO Horns per lb. smoked , O,0."> o 0.J8 Keatliers per lb. hve peftse 0,23 <H> 0.30 Ol horns, per hundred, B 00 ® 1» 00 » T . &>- , ¦ , 2,00 a 3M Aniencan wool, per lb. taxon 0,27 ® 0,31 do full blood Merino 0,27 a OWi :. <jo . J&J'Merinu 0,18 ® oSu d° itsnv^J. J Merino 6,16 a 0,22 GE^AT CURE OK NERTOr^HEATM CHFKV *g« ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

^i)t>crtiscmcnts. 31011E NEVFOOODS" su ea^sjaa <& ©©., HAVE received Iheir usual suppjy 0f Fall and Winter Goods, which they invite their old friends, and also new ones, to call and examine, and they will find ns jrood an assortment ns must people keep in/this section, including Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, &.C &,e. end a general variety of fixings, where people will be satisfied t'lmtthev £<!t the worth of their money. Nov. 2o, 1846. N. B.—\Ve wilj pay better prices nnd give more Goods for Corn, Rye,,Oats, Hay, and most all kinds of produce, than any other shop in these Discus'. Those who have any right kind of Plunder to sell would do well to call and try at SEARLE'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

>'E\V SKRIKS OF TUE Tonjrrerisional Globe & Apjicndix, r^DNCRESS, at its last sestion, through ^ t!:.- .>:..! I.Uirar,-Coui:ni::eeof ;1 e two tlonses lijTii.u eutlmrucd a larpe subscription for the' Congressioiml Globe ui:ii A;>|-caiLx, and tlio sonata, by r»-;x»iu'.iuu. h:i-r^-ig dirt-cled the i^ode ofpreparinijthe repurt^uf its proceedings, Ri.d in.dioriicd tlie mjctcb:r.' ufthe seflutf to c*>utrat-t with the undenngned stipulating that the report when written out shall be suject to the revision ofthe speakers, vhe Congre^s iotial G^be tnd Appendix is uuw oSen-d n> the public, no. avi' j !u m authentic but as an official account of the pro-eedin?* "f Conf.re«s ramie tinder tlif- ry? ami pub.ii'hed by ihe anUioritv of that-body. The ui.dcrfti^nt.il or,j;ii::iti.J tho u:oJe ofjourualizicg the j.r-icenliugsof C'nn^reiiS, wltit-1-, thus luiojit-*nl. i^ it, Le pfrfi^ct^d witli the aid and uuder thesuperviwrn uf Cuii. TiHvi. Their ;mbliiraiih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

, _ ;A|«ATUBAi_BEMED*,T / Suited to U)o Human Constitution,' and equal1 to .the . curapf eicry curable disease, Will bo fotnid in WEIGHT'a INDIAJS V.EGJETABLE PUiLS, ¦ '. ' P» THK .' . 1;, Sorli American College of Uealtl^ t v These extraonliuarjj Pills ore composed ofyiplanui Wiich gi-ow spontaueolusly on our Own soil, i&d are> therefore', better udiiftteil to our coisrilnrions than .Medicines "concocted from foreign drdgs, however well they liny be compounded; and as Wright's Indian vegetable Pills a-o founded upon the principle that the h.rfi.an body i t in truth '|; Subject to but one Discaie, '?' namely cohiipt humprs, and that said M|dicino cures }his djseuse ou liamral priudples, by cltiansins rnul punfyihg the body, it will be manitesl'Uiat, if the constitdtiou be. n« entirely exhausted, a|persevenmr.e in their use, according to directions* is absolutely certain to drnie disease of every uanle from the body. ^ • ii VV hen we wish to restore a swamp or morass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

• ^tray Cow!- |. tf^AMB into he etjclosure ofthe subscriber y' on Sunday the 27th ult., a red ^lilch Cow, with long horns, the points tumijbo-in, a or G.yefirs old. The owner can havener by proving property, paying char«e8J and taking her away. » ELIAS WILCOX SUyer Lake, Noy. 11, 1846. I aw Isaac L.Post fyCo. ARfi receiving theit FALL & WINTER feoods, which; will be sold cheap as can be bodtht in town. r. j 7'° FrencI^, Englislji, and American Cloths. Gold, ttnd steel-niixed Beaver dq Satinets and Kerseys. :i Velvet h:id Satiri Vestings—rich. ! t Plain ttud plaid Cravats. j . ' AJpaccu, CLshmiere, and d'Lain Robes. Bonnet Satins, fjurple and blue. 3 Bonnef trimmings—rich. <j Droc-s t|-imming^ fringes, velvet Ribacds, & Gimps;! ) i; ^ :. Prints,?80 pieces!—from 5 to25cts. piryd. Gingliains, plain] and twill'd, rich, dpi'rd. Showlsi-Brochej, Waffle, Cliince. ] Groceries, large nssdrtment. :,; Teas, rpm 2s to Ms per lb. ; Iron, S^ring-stecj. ', Anils, Band-ir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

^,;..u,#l^©@^g)S __ T^J^SSS Jfi&H Sot pas t Jawr. of hi." .fr^^^P^H^^femimvi^^ attenuon to uie.new and splendid tot^SSJSS opemng, cousistiiijj of- . .. ..i "¦'«!WB»mm %7^S^"'^' tioe&ry, c.Ulas*.WarerLooktng-giauci::i ¦ *T . . -. ¦; Groceries:, iVffi'Zj| Bdolc*. '] ]"- . »j¦ ,.-, ^ • : :.-|* Statioxery, Fish,-etc, eta ^¦ ¦ ¦' ¦ ¦ i , winch jrtllbesold as low as usual. -i Oct 28 -• T r ~-'~' "'fJ t» N' 4;^a»tcd' -Graiii, Butter, nct? ,°%' ]$m^\ Bean». T^Uowj Beeswax, &c. 4c.) ^^'',;^ "i "~~ I <DIHSAIP!BIS f WMf> ¦ ¦¦>- ' ^ ' V\y El * ¦ ^0UHat Factory, can .be fbnnffthB .^ i^aiidtheapeawuBortmeiitof HaJ»f&'Oai»* ever oJttod.m,tUu place. Alsri,for „J«,anowt^J horse ™{gou,.aud saa!maed ls ^ w"^£ .*™<wo <J" .rrl f0™"1 who tookla Pair °f itoclyaro'*'. from the shor. 5,req„e8t(,v, to rbt^tteni; or'S»« A few.iatblock, arostfll out .hose Imvinrthem-'^ are requ »tcd to.retum them. 8 ™ «>B»23, I84C, ' ' ':- '•'¦"''¦'i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

LATEST ARRIVAL OF - NE W GOOBS. rpHE subscriber ia now receiving his winter stock of Goods, comprising the usual variety, which have been purchased at the present unusual low prices, and will be sold as cheap as can be found in this section of cour.t-y. Grateful for past favors, the subscriber feels persuaded that the ci-Iremdy low.prices at which ho is enabled to offer Goods, he will merit a continuance of of patrunage. Please call. He ^ would invite tho attention ofthe public toi the following: Cashmeres and d'Luins, elegaut.patterns, aud very cheap. Alpaecaii and .gold Plaids, cheaner and better than *ver. A large and splendid assortment of calicos, decidedly the cheapest ever offered in this market. Funcy Cassiniers, a great variety and ex. ceedingly low. Broadcloths—a large assortment, at prices that will certainly please. - P!u.n r.nd fancy Satinets, very low. Vermont cicths, also very, cheap, only 4'J cents por yard, mid other things at the same rate. Iron, Nails, and Nai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

ittisd|lanjj: LcVcrier'l Planet. We look upon ever! new discovery which tends to establish the'^practical advantages of astronomical scienc*, as so much gained tor the cause of hunjsn usefifthess. It is, then, with great pleasure, that we read of a late discovery in astronomy, which prove that certain conclusions can be arrived at in that science, as well ok in the purer mathematics, i! A young Frenchman named Le Verrier, re8ecling upon the "fiitherto inexplicable changes in the positicjh of. the planet Uranus, determined to investigate the causes of those changes which |ad long puzzled scientific men;. as after Calculating the attraction of all the kuowji bodies, it was still found that Uranus j|ppeare*l in places tb which nope of these Attractions could have drawn it To find ottt thk unknown force was the object of Le fferrier. - The difficulties attending 'such Investigation" may be gathered from the fact that the different forces and attractions of;all the known bodies h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

" SUGAFf COATED" PILLS. Bqwarei Caution! The increasing AopnlaHly of Dr. G. Benj. Rmith't improved hulitin \ ' etectaple nupar coated Pil'x has induced a number; of persons to make something ihey call I'ii.ls an)l coat Ihcm will, sugar, in order to sell them for thfe gendine, while they do not ncssess a paretic of the gopitness, nor even assimilate in appearance to the orfeimil Or. Smith's Vills. In short, they are an! intenfleil FRAUD upon the community. A minister ^.o at first ha.1 an in lere^t iu an in|itation ^ugar|Cc«ite|l Pill, numi-.factured in .ti» bany, N.Y., has jfiven piem np, as he says, on account oflhe mieepible |i«honest pnrtiea coucen.eil in m^nu&cturing tlicm.i The same part>- are now industriously circijlatiuai reports calculated lo injure Dr. Smith and to aflect ;iho 1-cpuU.tion of his ^ aluahle pills; but rather thai"'notice then, in public, Dr. Smith is about to Institute legal proceedings against thejn'for their shuidersj; as he lias in anotl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

WANTED. 11; . 11 — X6,p09 Buihels fOato, 1000 bushels Bye, 100 bnshejli, Timothy; «Je4,, and 300 Firkins Dairy Iiuttor.for wiich the fcgftUt market price will be paid by ' ' , !.| ' '. Mttts & Shennau. sfept,-23* 1846,- - ~TXSStiiiSi@S£ THB mibscribers^ having 'received the latest Fashions for Gentlemen s Dress, would inform their numerous patrolis, particularly thosp who have been waiting forithe | : ': ' HEIWKiT STYLE, tliat lhey "are prejparep, tb serve them in a style o NEATNESS, FIT, ARD ELEGANCE, unsurpassed in this p ^ce, which they think will require no boasting to reader apparent] 1 LINES 8a LOCKE. Montrose, Oct| 7,1 z' K- - ; : : 1 "^ . KEEP iT IN MIND THAT the cheapei t'. lot of Goods ever ofiered in this maAet; cak now be found at the ators of J. LYONS. .;' 16 yd*- Calico for One Dollar, Cash. I . 13 ydU-Sheeting do. do. ii.lWlwthOaV.Xibacco, do.p.. do. I - 6 lbs: Ya-iuis Hyson^ea, jio.do. . -. ., lbs. Cdd-Fiih, do. L do. Sugar, Coffee,''Molasses, Six. 4c. &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

BANK NOTE list. COHRECTED wfciaLT FOR THE PEOJ-.L* S ADVOCATE PENNSYLiVANU. ^J^^.p^ Jf" Philadelphia bank, par NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man & Mcc blink par AU solvit banks 4 dm Moyamensingjbank par JltAlNE. Penn to^vnshlj bank, par Calais bank 10a-U s bank uoti 25 d.s Agncultiral bank do Girard do. par C.ty bk {"ortland do Fennsyl'u doy par|Damansi..tta do Geru.iu.town 5 I-ar Merconrjlo bk do Del co ot Chester par Sullwatdr Canal bkdo Cii'Mtercoat^.'Shcstcrpar Biu.gor Com bk do Moutgomen- <*> Par Weatbrohk bk do Fanners" b'kli.ucks co par C.tizeiLspk do Farmers'bk Read's l>ar Globe bk - do Eastoii ! ^ P"1" w aslimgton co _do Northampton ¦ uo sale Krankfoijil bk do Lancaster bant par All solvont banks 4 d.s Far bk Lancaster- par '.VERMONT. Lebanon 1 <l's Ban!5 °'~St A'oans 14 dis Harrislrtirg I 1 dis Hk of B^uniugton — dis Middietown i 1 dis All solvent banks 4 dis Carisle |! '- <li*L MAi'-IACIUSEyTS. Columbia bridgo jrarfAll solviut banks j dis Nor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

LADIES'!' Slips at 35 cents] also Ladies" and Cluldren's Shoes g"in^ ch eap at the store of- J. I J. Lyons. j sept. '46. :; \ \ \ BOORS. ! LARGE family Billies for 1^.4; also common nod ' pocke-ti Bibles, Testanii-iitsi Gen jrnphirs and ' Atlases. Arithmetic. Grammars. Mi'losuphira) anil ' Chemical Uboks; Cobb's, Sam*lers°, and Town's ¦ Spelling Boipk : Porter's Reiuleif. A good-assort-' tncntof T. j-Boojss and Tickets. A]<i., the new-! Ihrn-i Koo'jjjs for the Preshyteriai, and Banti-t serie'-' ties. Methtidist Hymn Bwks, Blank Books &c. &c. ', for sale by I j J. Lvons. sept. 10, 'MS. " I " ' ' pATEXTf Pails. Brooms, Clothes Pins. Butter ' Stampsjkind Ladles, by » I J. Lyon's. sept. '46^1 ,6" i ~Hf "6o5D"s FOR JTHE FALll OF 1846. J ^)f\,'CF | cent- euenper than ever offered in this i £t\J market before, at - , sept-3d,s ~ i!84{i. J. B. SALWBl'RY'S. I ¦ i ¦¦.-., , ft -¦ , ^ j I GROCERI)|a : LARGE|stock of prime sugaiS, and more oflhat first ri*n Tea, just i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

THE Publisher's of tho People's Advocate; hav. ing the use of an entirely new and modem us- ] sortuieutof JOB TYPE, are now pnmarcd W execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, alt kinds of JOB PRINTING , at prices to suit the limes. Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards, Cata"logjues, Handbills, Blaxks,~&c. Printed ou short notice, aud in the best style of the Art. G f A share of the People's patronage is respectfully solicited. July U, 1846. DOW & BOYD. 1F®@T @i? (M^¥il©^ra®[tv]a . NOT ALL CONE. Nl . POST for the benefit oftrhom it may concern, • offer* for sale, ^t the Ha t Shop of the late C. W. Tutile, a general assortment of Hals anil Capson a reasonable credit to! those who pay promptly, or at a liberal discount for cash. August 4, 1846. B—4w. ^icwii UPW 'J£aj ''SliliilU •' • ¦ &14U \3 \W '."" >' kiJ -ilia THE subscribers are receiving a large addition to their stock of Goods, which makes their assortment equal to any establishment in town—which they...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

|«i W. THE subscriber iteturni thaftksto bis friends and the public aeiierally, for ?Ue liberal patronage ae bus received durftig the pasjl ^ iiiumer, aud res- jiectfully invites theih to call and take a look at the • Sew and iplcv&id. \ " \ • LOT OF GOODS* .{ he is now receiving,|uid wbicbiwill be sold cheaper ' than ever before dffiircd iu this "market. ; I J. LYONS. ' sept. 3, 184G. 1 , - ' ' j RAISINS, in smafl boxes, nice for family use, for i "ih1-Lbz- FT I ¦J-Ly.^gi. A SPLENDID LOT OF plain, plaid, ctiangeable, j fiincy, ombre stripe j Aljiaccas, Debuses, Cashmeres, Ginshnms, Ali- i pienes/ifce. &. Alsii, some elbgant Cashmere and i Delaine Shaw IV for ^alejjy j J.Lyons. { _, «— -j— ——; ; GOOD Dollar Ted selling for Six Shillings, by j " ' f i J. Lyons. : ""3AfLPACii]sr PLAIN, nlaid, anfl striped ilpacns cheap at • ] sept. 3, 1346. i \ SALISBURY^ J r \ . ¦ . — ¦ — | GREAT BARGAINS! <msM ®, Mik£,i?m®:® a©~3? ©s* . '8" "^S '^5 ^^ ' & ^ FOR Cas...

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