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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 November 1839

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAR V T T II E XV E L F A RE OF ROME. BY II. I?. STACY. FfiSIBAY, NOVEMBER, 29, 1839. VOL. XIII No. 649 LEGISLATURE OP VERMONT. SENATE. Monday, Nov, IB- I'rnycr by the chaplain, Bills minimi; to turnpika roads, con endured and Inid upon tin- iho table; for removing obstruct ioun in Fall's) almoin in the county of Essex, mippnrlod by Mr Holme, rend a third time and in passage rcfuscd : for Ihc relief of Mr Crnnc mid Orson Thnycr, reported by Mr Pierpoint, nnd ils llnril reading refund i incorpurat nig tho Merchant's mid Former's Bnnknl Vcrgcnnno, with n capital stock of $100 000 bill mnd n thin! tunc, eupporl i-ci in re marks by Mr Egortun. Mr Swifi said ho should vol.f'Tor the bill although h, wii oppo-cd to inniiyof H provi-inus to many of Us provisions. He was vv i i 1 1 m ir the ex periment should bo inailo though ho fell little nr no confi-once in its success, lie would vote lor banks in places where charters wore obinil lo expire ; bill was utterly opposed l...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 November 1839

On motion of Mr Picrpninl. tho Donate rcno'ved that when it adjourn, it ndjourn without ilny. 'I'Iig .tt'crrtnry wn dircctnn by llin prrs idem to inform ihu htut -o lliut llio Hcimtc liad no further communications t tnaka. iIr Converse, having informed the Son nte that (ho governor had no further com munications in tnoko In tho Gcncrnl nq ECinbly, tlio Senate ndjonrncd without day. HOUSE. Ilcvhcil Statutes Chapter GO, of process tho 1 Imiru iionciuicurrod in ilioumciidinont of the Senato lo tint of tho II01190, mint ing tu trusted process, 1 1 1 of ocirf repealed reported, amended and subsequently pasiscd : 10, of hchools. uinoo'linetiH pro posed by committee of conference agreed to. Jlililia. Bill The Senate by message, asked a conlorenco on this bill, which was tisrced to, ond on tho part of tho House, Jlessrs Needhaui. Follam and Dean, wore appointed tho coni'iiitico. Subsequently the eommittco reported, recommending the House lo concur in the first ond twelfth nincmlments (icnvm...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 November 1839

THE MARKETS. BoiTOiT, Nov. 23. Tho elato of tho money market It moro calm, ond wears ni encouraging nn oipect ns during any previous week for (luce months pnat. Although eomo negotiations nt ex urbiiant rates of interest nro daily occiirriug, stilt when compare! with tho great rnaes of money ope rations of tho mercnntila community, ttio uinount of extra interest paid during the past week, must liavo been comparatively email. Tho amount of linbilitics, generally havo been prcally lessened within tho last two or thrco months; consequently very few nro now obliged to resort to firokcrs.--Ths means ot the Dnnks continno limited, but nro gradually becoming nioro nvnilublc, nnd confidence is in n good meastiro restored. jPosf. Provision), There is rpiito nn iictivn demand for Beef, nnd pricci havo slightly improved. Salc3 of new, $11 n 14 CO, nnd oldnt $31 per Mil. 1 ms Pork is very dull a .id continues to decline. TUa private transactions aro limited, at prices correspond, ing to our sed...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 November 1839

VAIiUAHLE INFORMATION. CCJ-Tnt: Indian Vkoetadi.k 1'im.s nto n ccrin in nno for illse.ifo in its every vniiciy of form, because iliey thoroughly e.leaii.o tlie stomach unci li(iwcl,imlurc n proper di.eh.irgo by llio lungs, fUin n ml kidney, nnil stimulate llio tiloui! lo pui ify iltclf. In oilier words ihcy open nil llio nnluinl drains, nnil lenvc NATUitK (the Grand Physician) I'ico lo drive disease fiom I lie lioily. The above ootids, or drain--, in elite common tovvcrs of llio body, tin cngli which nil iiioiuid nnil roriupt humors (llio cause of dijcifo; nic curled off; nnd so lout; m ihey nio nil kept open, mid difchaifjc freely their ntlollod pnr liniH of impurity, the. body v ill ronliniiB in lienllli ; lint when fiom r,iliii inipinpcr fond, Iircailiin inipinc nir, fiidden linnilioin fiom I1c.1l lo cold, over exhaustion or miy oilier cntue, the. hovvela be come co?livc, tlic pony of iliu skin beroino (dosed, or llie kldnejs fill 10 perfnim lliclr fiiiicltuii.4 prop, eily, llio ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 December 1839

NOT THE GLOKY OF CSAR IUT T THE WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XIII No. 650 BY Iff. B. STACY- STANZAS. Toll not ilio bell of dcilh for mo When I nm dead Slrcw not the flowery wreath o'er me, On my rnM lied. Let fiiciuMiip'a tncrcil tears On my firth siaye nppc.ir. Clemming with peril Id my bier, When 1 tun dead, IVo el iz.ltti pi otic array Of pageantry ilifpl.iy oly tc to rprend. Lot not the. busy crowd be near When I nm dead Fannin! with nnfell sighs my bier Sighi quickly cped. Let deep impiefsiniH rest On some fond, faithful In cast Then u ic inv meinrny blest When 1 nm dead. Let not the d.iy ho wi it Love will iriiii'inbcr it, Untold, mi?. lid. Fom"A Now Home Who'll follow V THE SCIENCE "oF BORROWING Neither n borrower nor a lender lie! For a loan oft Uc both itself nnd fi lend; Aud borrowing dulls the edge of husbandly." IUMI.UT. This good ndvicc finds little regard in Michigan if frith is to bo put in the follow ing sketch, from tlio amusing work vc nntirnl rm SntltrdnV. It ellOWS 10 w...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 December 1839

Writs of otlochmcnt may issue agninsl I tho Bonds, chutlcU or cs'atelijf the defon hnt, and (ur wnnl I hereof, ngn tost Ins body. 3. Original writs elm 111 bo signed by n judge or clerk of Ihe court to winch they are rcluriioblc, or bynjudgaoflhntupromo court, or a justice of Ilia county in which they nro returnable. 4. All judicial writs shall bo signed by n judgo or I ho clerk of tho court to which they nro returnable. 5. No writ nf summons or attachment requiring any person to appear and answer before any court in this state, shall ho issued unless there be euflicicnt security given to the defendant by way of recogni zance by some person oilier than the plain tiff to tho 6atUI'aclinn of tho nut lioniy signing such writ that tho plaintiff shall prosecute his writ to effect, and shall an swer ah damages, if judgment bo rendered gainst him, a minute of which recogni zance with the name of the surety nnd the sum in winch he is bound shall bo made unon the writ at tho nine of signing ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 December 1839

COMMUNICATIONS. Oflico of tlio Vt. Mutual Firo Insurance) Co. ) Monlpolicr, Dec. 3, 1639. ) To Iho Editor of tlio Prco 1' rcss, Sir: In your paper of tho 20th tilt. I noticed a paragraph headed tho "Mutual," in which "ono of tho Insured" thinks tho condition of tho company might to bo inquilod into ; as ho says a largo amount of our paper is under protcat in Burlington, and infers that it may bs so in other placns. For tho information of tho inquirer and tho public, I would stato that tho Directors aro not awaro of having any paper under protost except what is, as they suppose, now at Uur lington, and had the toriter, as wo presume, of tho urticlo, and other members of the company paid their assessments which wero all due and ordered to be paid by the 16th of October last, tho Directors would havo been able to havo honored all their acceptances at ma turity. As it is, they can only say, that all tho funds which have been paid to tho Treasurer havo been faithfully applied in tho sett...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 December 1839

NEW FASHIONS & NEW GOODS MAS just rc t nrnuil from New Ynrl: , with n (tilimimbli! assort.' inont of Goods. i'T nnlnnnal wll'ieh IllnV lio found Change able Sill;?, plain & figured Sattin, Rcpl Silk, Grodonnpand Velvet, fur Ladies Hate ; a splendid assortment ofR'tbbnns, Feathers and Flow ers; Uroko, for donki, a now and fash ionable oriiclo ; Mouselino do Lniro, dark for winter dresses, Shawls. Scarfs nnd lldkfs; Inn? nnd short Kid Gloves, Pick tifit do. Silk Punlin. for cvcninsr drosses. Loco1", Kilcinf, &c. Fashionable Hats ond Caps on hand, and mado to order on frhort notice. Burbnaton, Nov. 20. 1039. j)3Ncw and Splendid Sleighs. HAVE now on hand, t ho largest ond best assortment of Sleighs ever offered in the State comprising a hand some variety of one and two liorso pleasure BloigliF, of t lie latest patterns and most approved workmanship; also, n very nice ortico of the kind, designed particularly for family use, one and two horse. Their sleighs arc manu'acturcd o...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1839

NOT THE GLORY O F C M S A U V T T II E W E LFA UK OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1839. VOL. XIII 3Vo. 651 REVISED STATUTES. CIJAPTUit25. Of Ihc Suprrme and County Courts. 1. There fhnll bo a supremo court with in niul for lhi Miit.to hu held nt tin) respec tive limes iiml plnccH by Inw oppuinU'il for that purpose, which shall cons ist of nno chief judge, niul four assistant judges, any three of whom shall ho a quorum, to bo nppnintcil in lliu manner provided by thu constitution. 2. Whenever on the trial of any cause beforu the supreme court, the judges pros ent phall be rqunlly divided in opinion, tin judgment shall be rendered according to the opinion of the presiding judge. 3. There shall be in each cuunty,n county court to bo held at biicIi limes and place as shall be appointed by law for tha'. purpose, to consist of one chief judge, who shall he noof the judgesof the i-upremu court, 10 ho .annually designated by tho judge? of the supremo court for each jiidieinl ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1839

K K I D A Y M O It N I . 0, DECEMBER 13. HAURISUUflC.il COVtiNTION. Wc ore happy to nnnonnco thai iho do liberations of ihia important assemblage have resulted in n nutninut ion which ap pears to give universal satisfaction to Iho friends of reform throughout the country. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, ol Ohio, anil JOHN TYLIJR, of Virginia, received tho. unanimous nomination. The first ballot, stood. 140 for Harrison, 90 for Clay, and IG for Scott. Tho result being announced, the question wns again put, when Harrison rene:vi.d every vote. The vote for Vice President was unanimous for Tyler on the first ballot, A patriotic let. ter was received from Mr Clay, urging tho convcnlioo to disregard all personal considerations, and net lor the cause j at the samo time expressing his own convic. tion that another than himself was flic stronger candidate. A similar cnmmuiii. cation was received from Gen. Scott, which wo shall publish in doe time. It is unnccccssnry to say that General Harrison woul...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1839

I holding legal certificates of ihcir election, wcro entitled to vote, nnd those only. An tppcal wa tnkiMi from this decision, lint before any quctton was put, the IIni!u again adjourned, 1'UOM iitmoiu. New Yoni:. Doc. G,--Thostenm packet ship Liverpool, Cnpt. Egglrstono, reached thia city yesterday. She lelt on the lGth ult. and bring Liverpool pnpers of Hint date, and London Journal of the day pre. vioti. News of the fniliiro of n largo number of the American banks reached England on llie Gth. and for several day succeeding produced great excitement in (he money market. Its immediate effect wns. to defeat the loan mad'; by Hope Si Co., of Amsterdam, tn Mr. Jniidon. who, however, sub-i qucnily succeeded in bor Towing the requisite iimount in London. United Suites Hank clock instant ly depre ciated in price, from twenty to 6ixlecu nnnnds slcil'iiit?. Cotton had rien about three eighth? of a penny since the Insi quotation?, but the sales were mntly made on speculation, in duced by th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 December 1839

rfHB Hiih-tnnbnr linving (nomplctcd bin I 3- large and commodious shop, respect, fu II V interim Iih customers nml the public generally nml hi! is iiiivv ready In execute miv nrilt'iH with which t hoy may favor liiin In hid Into. Ironing unil Uopairing, In ull its brunches hy experienced and skillul workmen, mi us tu give etitiro sotis fuetiun Axes and Edge Tools of n superior rj nn I M y t made ti order. horseshoeing, liy itipii win. it utti'r ot u ml I lieir business ! 1 n wmi Id cqd the nilriitinn of those liav in; horses with good lect. (nml whu wish Id keep I he tit so) lo II" fnct Hint ini.ny horses nro spoiled or renilrtod tuifit. for business by the bungling it-judicious manner ol sunning ihi.'in. 15v ninny ynurs practical experience in thu biiiiicli,aud Ins otlcntion now. I ho sub-ci iher hopes lo merit a eoii- nnutincu of t lint patronage winch has been so liberally bestowed. FARRIERY. 41 mr n...n To ibis be will givo Ins personal alien linn, mill in I lie treatment of thu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1839

NOT T H i: Ii 0 II Y O F C -rli S A K 1 U T T II K XV K h F A III! O F It O 31 K . tawiMBHwgwCTr'wwwjmi'wwijiin Fi'ininii"nni m i iii'iii wnnw BY II. B. STACY- HM.WIIMI ! I II I I Ml I II llllllllllll Pleasure of I'uummir Newspapers. In an article on lliu necessity. &, stem that unkind innttcnliun of subscribers nnil ml vortisers. which compel lliu publishers ol papers to iliin ihoir patrons, Iho editor of the Wheeling Tune very justly ami feel inply remaiks. "There is a run it tn fur publishing newspapers in tins world of onis thai is more fain! than any small pox, the cholera, or the yellow lever. Ninety in n hundred meet destruction in it; yet as fust as one dies another takes hit place, eel'' innoculntod Willi the writing fever, Hunks of gold and glury, tnms newspaper publish or drags on a worthies life, half fed. half clothed, toils day and night, heart nick and weary; the public slave, yet wielding nn engine which properly restricted' would move the world, or make its inha...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1839

rnn paiisniest", WM. HENRY HARRISON vice rnr.siniiNT. JOHN TYLER. SIGNS OP l'UE TIMES. Tlie pnliticnl "signi nf the times'' nro truly auspicious. Wherever ilic Harris burgh nominations nro received, they nru hailcdby the people at the bright harbinger of success in llio approaching political campaign. Tlio hope, so fully cherished by the supporters of t lie Administration, of dissentions and the iiltiinnte division nftlio Whig parly nn the qnucsiinn of a Presi dential candidate, j' destroyed forever- The Whigs are now untied in. -olid phalanx mid will march with renewed seal and tin. divided front to the bilile field nf "lory and victory. Our opponents may sneer nl the veteran Hero and Statesman, whose name is inscribed tin the Whig banner ihcy may affect contempt for his purity of char, acler, hi sQel crlir); integrity. Ins tried pa triotifin, his undoubted qualification they may throw the malignant shaft of calumny lit Ida fair fame but their efforts will be powerless to stay the ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1839

Houib determined lliat Mr Ajcrlgg's volo should not be counted. Tlie (.'hiiirmnn, John (inincy Adams, then tin elated ihxi Iir rtmiidcied tiik uccisiuk nr the jUlKMBLY At UNCONSTITUTIONAL, llial der (he inlonnnl decision nf the Hireling tlio Cli.iir felt compelled lo slate, that llie vote nfinr. Ajci igg couM nol lie counted. The next qup'liun beniu cm the n.nne of Mr. Maxwell, il via' decided in lde manner ; njes 116, nnd 3 fiom N, Jeiseyi 8 die Iloure determined llie volo nf Mr. M should not lin con in c:l , The qui'.linn wns itirn tiikcn mi Mvts Jlislrd, Slriillnii hiiiI Vim Up, nnd iIip ipIIpip irprir 'ling one rnuli'slnl vino in ih nllii m.imp mil '.ifleciinij the lentil, Hit- Cli.iir iiiiuuunred t ho ilccN ion of llie merlins in he lhal llie vme of llm-e gentlemen should mil he counted. 'I'hn mst-mldi subs.-qupi'tly decided unanimously, 15S Hirudin voting ili.it llie toienf Mr Initrisnll should lint Iip coiimrii mid iiii.uiinimisly, 133 mciriler vol Ins lhal lbs voles id llie ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 December 1839

THH subscriber having completed his lorgc find cntntiindiou shup, respect fully inlnrms his customers and the public generally Hint he.i now irmly to execute any orders with wlncli I hey moy favor him In his line. Ironing ami Urpairing, In nil ils branches by experienced nni skilful voikuien, mi us in give fntiro satis faction. Axes and Edge Tools ofa superior (iinlily. made In order. nonsK-siionijra, By men who understand llieir business Hewuiilil call the attention o those ha vin r horses wilh good leot. (nnd who wish to keep them o) to Ihe In rt Hint niiitiy horses nrc Fpniled or rendered unfit tor business by tlic bnnrhnr or injudicious manner of shooing ilium." By many years pnicncnl experience in this branch, and his attention iiniv, the suIkci iber hopes to merit a enn iiiuianco of I hni pairnnagu which has been so liberally bestowed. FARMHRY. ,,.-..y To this he will give his personal atten tion, and in tlio treatment oftho disensns to which the linrso subject, he will endeav...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 December 1839

iffxtt NOT T II 13 V. fi O U Y O !' C Ai S A U T T II 13 W 13 L !' A II U o I' U O M 13 BY II. B. STACY- FK1TDAY, DECEMBER, 27, 1839. YOB,. XIITNo.053 AFFECTING INCIDENT. The following is one of llineo little inci dents llmt make a man think better of his his species. A Scr.tsF. in urn' Westminster Court ok Rnilir.sTs,-A roiunil, (till laced Scotch baker, stepped into the ploiiniff's box. pa pern anil ledger in hand, to make good his nlniin In 4a s. lor bread supplied In n Mr. John Howard. A I n 1 1 young woman, wparing a hnndsnme (ur innnlilln, noil evi dently careful to exhibit ihn externals of gentility, prespntpil herself In answer (lie demand. Her ngp might he eit her eighteen or twenty the hollow cheek and spare form, prodneed by early sorrow or pnvn lion, or both prevented a closer npproxt niation In (he truth. A C"tnunssinripr : is the amount disputed ? Ynuog Lndv : Certainly not. I have only In (-ny, on the part ()( lliy father. Hint li einc.rnlv ..-rcls fits iiiiitilllty i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 December 1839

i He van pniii;tENT, WM. HENRY HARRISON ,VICC rRHSIDENT. JOHN TYLER. Til E MERITS OP GEN. HARRISON. The remark nf George Metcalfof Ken tncky, in ilio Harrisbtirgh Convention, of Gen. Harrison, that no rnnn who hod dune eo much for his country, hod been on ill requited, is no exaggeration, as any body will sec, who looks into thu history nf this country from 1790 to HUG, Gen. Har rison tci the Fnlher of the North West, ond the Slates of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois, nro under thu greatest per sonnl obligations to his wisdom, his self sacrifice, nnd his vn lor. 'resident Mndi nn vested him wilh almost n'joliite power ni Governor o( Indiann Territory, nnd this Dictatorship I Inn conferred upon htm, he pxorcisi'd with such honesty, thai with the unlimited power of nmn"lng wealth, lie nddeil iioiliing lo liiuwl!', and with such judgment that he made few enemies, nnd I li n 1 1 1-n n (1 - ami tliou-ands of friends. No mnn in thu country, we have before remarked, tilled so ninny st...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 December 1839

silent spectator. But hp could not rcmnin1 pilcnl I nni, aid he, hnro to rentier honor to those who nfinr performing a mot n r1ti out sc'vice in t he National Convention, nre bout in return lo their Constituents Yon gcti'lcmen said he. have madn a groat nnd a patriotic sacrifice, you have traveled at nn inclement season of the year, some ef you a thousand miles, to perform what may be considered n high and important duly. I am proud to hnnor thnse who have thus honored i he country those who at great sacrifices, have left their homes for the public good. Your body win composed of men of great weight of character nnd talent, and yon arc here ftcr having travelled the length & breadth of thn land in this public service. There cannot be a single doubt as to t ho acqui. licence of the Great Whig Parly nf the Union in the reult of your deliberation. It was your fortune or misfortune In meet wilh various opinions ; but meeting nnd deliberating, as was designed, you hnvc mode a unanimo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 December 1839

Latlirop, Pot.win & Wait. IT is iiolliinir ni'iv Hint lliu Cheap Good" nro In hi' found nt tin) above named Cheap rash Store Corner Gluircli ninl Ool lotro streets, mid vu wish mil It) Con ceal Iho fact, bill llint it tuny bi) spread Bill farther nnd wider, ns dmibMe.-s it will be, since I bo recent guml sleighing lias bron bestowed iiiiiiii iid tvlncli for hi ben efit nf friends nml customers nt n distance wo now say Ima never been h"ttor. All biicIi as desire (.'noil gnods nml cheap invited lo examine fur theiuse'vcti, ti quality is tin' proof of Cheapoc-st nml 5'"" can only lull bv r.vaiiiiimiitin nml ciniipari Bflti which is the cbrtipr-', therefore come in with your produce, of all kinds we will give a fur pric fur H In exchange for any loin! of Dry Goods. Groceries crockery or rnrprling, ami for Ibr cash articles if .Von en v o will give surh bargains a-? Will sur prise ail, oven those u ho a' coi or be low rest wi'l wonder how Lai limn. I'oiwin & Wait can afford !o se...

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