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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

NlenA"0f ilje lllfek Late fr< im ihe seat of War— Reported Battlci between Gen. Quitman and C en|TJrrea. New C rledbs paper to the 18th inst. were received yestlrday. They contain full particulars off th|reports from tlie army, among j -which we! finl the following letter addressed | to the ed tor If the Flag, and published on | .the 8th itist. |tir readers will judge for themselves as to tie correctness of the writer's conjectures. | The same report has reached ' Washingtonijpiut the battle is «iid to have been fourht with Canules.' \ > .1 Camargo, Jan. 3,1847. Dear Friejjd:—I came down from Monterey yes erdfiy with CoJ. Croghan, who is eri route tb AuStin, Texas.authorized to raise a regiment o|-Texan Rangers to serve du-; ring the ivar.S "From the most authentic inj formatioc I h|ive been able to, gather, from Slexican^i, I |m strongly in the belief that abatde wasjought yesterday, two leagues { this side i if Victoria, between Gen. Quitman, j with'200i) vol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

.' '.,;. ',,:] , ^ From Public ledger. PeniisylvsMia Volspnteers—Matiny . .bl7 the ; Itilleru—BesiaTsaUoa of .1 CaptainHill. Camp Jackson, below ) New Orleans, Jan. 15, 1847. J We are now fiurly on the way from this hallowed spot for the plnins.of Mexico, and, I hope, for many, fields of glory. Two detachments of the regiment from the riglft and left arc already on board the transports, and the third, consisting of Hill's, Morehead's and Small's companies will strike tents arid embark in the morning. We have ' been here between two and three .weeks, and although we honor the spot; as the scene of Jjsckson's .brilliant victory, we ' are glad to move away from it and the city of abomination near it. The ground on ' [which we have been encamped is pleasant enough'in fine-weather, and afford an excellent parade fop drill, but is an execrable place in foul weather, al?d the city has no consolation in it. iTIie people look askance at volunteers. \yha| little money the regiment bro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

ConsrcsstoniU Procccdinss. WASui.\GTON,;Jan. 29—G o'clock P. M. Senate.—Mr.iMoorehead presented a memorial from the editor of a daily Cincinnati paper, asking Congress to invest him with power to form a company for the extension of the Magnetic T«legraph across the Atlantic Ocean. Referred to the Post-Office Committee. The., Committee on Printing reported against the printing of sundry memorials of Friends, praying for the speedy termination of tlie war. i The Committee on Finances reported the .Indian appropriation bill. The Committee on Foreign Relations.reported a bill creating the office of Assistant Secretory of State. < A resolution whs adopted requesting the President to suspend the land sales advertised to take place at Dubuque, until the claim's of the. heirs of the Dubuque estate are decided. The Ten Regiknent bill was then taken up, and Mr. Benton spoke in opposition to the section granting bounty lands. He said it give rise to enormous speculations, and co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

' ¦ '<%¦¦-*¦ A'id?&L-Jfit^l_, .,. » Here »baU tj& Pi^^ »»» Unawed.bjf Whience, j^"»nSffl>ed by gaaii" MON*BOSE. .FEsl. 4, 1§4V. • i } '" Tie IfertChiirenMJr*-', , The actiob of the 4thM. March ^qny ntion is anti lipated with. unusual inter st-. Whether F iancis R. Shrunk o^'some^i iJ ceptionnble lew man, is to be the nomi ee of thnf body for the officfe of Governor, 11 a question of j Jre'at moment to tbose who c ire earnestly fot the continued prosperity i>f he deijiocrotic Ijiuse. The democracy of Pe in? sylfania have just i intimated in langu ge which cannot be misunderstood, their f rm amj indissoluble attachment to. the one I rm principle, irt their rejection of ^Vm. B. I pster| who wee nominated) at thejast 4tl of MarchConvfentionasacandidatefortlie of ice of Canal Commissioner.]' Theirbbjectio i to him was, ndti that he Imd uiifaithmjly | eri formed the duties of his trust, but that he iesired a re-election, at the exclusion of otl e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

not j That StateineiR. i imr • I • I -- I '¦ -S. we nnvej yet had a peep at the annual Stnten|er|t of Receijits,' Expenditure j, &cj., by ouj- servants, tli^ County CoramisT sioners, with whom the People entrust*! a large nmoii|t of their funds. We expecl to see; it this ujjeels. We woiild piihlishit flrn renjsonable eothpensation,i-j-the law Ter|iirin^ that il |hould be done ."in one or rriore of the newspapers printed in the Countf'!^, bui wc sup|ose the antipathies of the Cliijue and their t irgan, will foj-bid that the'Beoplqjs Advoc ite should oejlai'd | ort publisling intplligence: where it is in-their powefto prevent it. 3Characteristic! i.. Ii ( ¦ - ,^ m 1 -. - j ¦ |- Tlie Coma on wealth,] Prosecution for|Li-„\ V8| l«il Withe Qnoper Gejorge F u] ler &. ,, f S ;ssions. of B|ttd-O. j G. Hem|sted# ) ford Cfountyv I,, jW'e unde ¦stttpd that by force of opololics and the kinjlly pr offered mediation of Clilue friehdi^, tlii i prosecution has; been settled; H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

Aierited tjribu^^hlfi^jjae^tion^^the ^ erspnd |»n^,ppttt|c|^eicil^ tW man jand, a distinjgiwhed demoyat—^ ef^e^^|p^^a ^a ^J^^ i politician, are.notof the briniantffiera-7 tl^P^^J^^l'M^^;jliie^i^g^^ too powerful to lopki upoh; too bright tl lasV^ but such [as endear;;pnd impart an inkenxa^ j orgood fipo'r^-the p^senfcgen^ratioii|ifnyi^ 'vill be filt and resfjected-in; fbture tlnfie. The reputation Whlcii he -has acquired in ! Northern; Pennsylvania, fpr benevolfiice of lieart, for purity of purp6se and sinclrity in i he democratic faftli, may lie envied, But can iieverbe reached by the uskaults of fnafice or the power,of detraction. "His jeyi|ers should read the following;. ^blusli irt &wof heir own delinquencies, and emulate^ .the virtues of him whom ithey! have unpitently ¦ mdenvored to.defame. < , j {'¦¦ To the Ecfitor of the Tt^ga Eagle il '*'¦ During ihC iute"j)oIitic|l camp/ehji,;]-!^ jidehtaily picked up a ne^spaper/eaUedithe 'Troy Banner," and foiind, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

i n i s^__ - ;.-..S.'lr-•'¦..',:•:.Mexico.- ¦. . ,'_ t ^ As everything in.; regardjto Mexico possesses, at present, more than ordinary interest, ihe following, facts id her history may claim attention: .; -, j.ri,,,.,-: ,, ,,..:,; It is generally remembered that Mexico exteads As jj5»r north as the forty-second paraltefo/latitude , which is tfai northern bbun-^om^tfh^ia:^nii^^il.poi^tmttK M?^ jtfddifif eevenor eight hundred miles; l»^«W.-ftW mthMmiObi uabbut 2000 w^^^^m^w^ iiS^Qiwaai ^Mf^^'^^^^&iUamiGmiK Q$iteJfiWfy,fri* :aJ|«uti7aKssvls^j4Mer ^i^m^M^i^iilUi^/i^jm ' WMM^PM:»o#i than ;«^:?.'nnie»;ihe; m$;m^mmMmwmMteTek& *^m^^m^M^t »K»iftm:tii^ ¦ vmp<^^0«m'oi^mmm^m WtffrWl 9m*.^^Xmitork$~»:; i ¦ ;: .. ' ' : . The^mtes sare^-Yocatanj Tobjssco, gU- ^ St , bxacai^Veri Gifuz. «uebfa, Mex>cd,^ !he!Fedewl District; QueritaroL Guanttato, Michoacnn, JilisM,Zoeateca4t Sut-TLwM Potosi, Dtu%ngdA»wvoLeotU^maubhoi;: Coanuila, Chihuahua, Occidiepte. Ihe Territo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

tsiu\ From the Public Ledger. FKOITI WASniXGTlOX n ..GTo.v, J an. |28, 1847. Mr. Benton is to speak to-motrow op the Military Bill, for ihe purpose ofjkeeping Mr. Corwin's (originally Mr. Caraeniu's) amendment out. He says be is deleruiined to fight it out, and will no doubt do the thing handsomely. The bill, I think, will pass to-morrow—and then look for applications f*r office for a fortnight or a month to come. It is indeed high time for the hundreds of apphcants now spending their lust denny to be definitely told what they may extoect, in order to induce them to go home kind return to .the pursuits of their lawful business, or to send them at once where thejr services are wanted. 1 The Lieutenant General, as t iotimated when the measure was rejected,jwill be revived. Tor this purpose the correspondence between General Taylor and thd" War Depnrtment will be called upon iud placed before both Houses of Congress. It win theojbe decided if the War Department or the General i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

Political Fratricide. 1 The last "Northern Democrat" says, " The doctrine of' one term* finds but little favor with the Democracy of this comity except where applied to unworthy^officers of iheir-pwn misguided- making, or to Feder- > alists." Too bad, that, Mr. Hcmpsted, to abuse your own partner! Wc know of no one, who, within the last ten years, has been a Candidate in our County Convention for rc-noinihntion, except Geo. Fuller, now senior editor of the Democrat. He. was ejected from the Prothonotnry's office, on the one term principle to make room for John Blanding. Aside from one or two instances of the exercise of a somewhat arbitrary disposition, of which "we have heard, we never esteemed him an "unworthy officer ¦" It is -unkind, to say the least, for 6ne partner to be casting reflections upon his associate, though we nre\ under_little obligation to defehd him against family assaults. . ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

Important Bills The fblIowmg\importnnt bills have passed the Legislature: Au act to provide for the payment of the interest on the public debt of the Comrapnwenlth, foiling due on the first days of February and August of\the present year as follows : , - - " Section I. Be it enacted &c. That the suimpf two millions of dwHnrs, or so .much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same'is hereby appropriated to thepayment of the interest on the funded debt of this Commonwealth, which falls due on the»first day of February, nnd on the first dayof August, one thousand eight hundred nnd fortyseven ; Provided, That the payments hereby authorized shall be made jn such funds as may,be in the treasury, and such portion of smri funds ns may not be at par in the city of Philadelphia, shall be paid out in proportion to the several amounts due for the interest provided for by this act. • \ A.v Act to-provide for expenses incurred by the Pennsylvania Volunteers, who have been muster...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

i Temi^'rame^ccta r1;^'fj;'!- Lieut. jJtRYEE\yill lecture asjloUows,, to wit-: ' - {• '.¦;;¦ ' ;• - ¦ '--;; p" • - ;¦ On Tucsdaylevemugj Feb. 9 at the new Meeting-house inBrittania, Silvpr-Lake^i; Wednesday evening, 10th, at the Baptist Meeting-house;:oii:Cboconut Ci 5ek».'f; '¦¦>{{' [Thursday evening, Ilthj at 1 itile Meadr Otfs; Apalacliaini township." .. ';i'""!:ViL ' .Friday ;;eyening,: 12th, at L ing; §cbow House, in,Rush, i ' ' j •-'- ¦ •K'"'''•¦} :_ , - ,'¦ ' --,t -.-I. - •' - ' . '-» :-¦< '!u-.,i Saturday .evening, 13th, at the ¦- School House near Elk Lake, in Dimo ;Jc. '- ' J'^- Sunday afternoon and, evehi lg,"iltb.at S|ringville;^;j;';;,; ;"._".;,, ":"'1 I f^-^l ' I . ',•">,>::, ¦ -:, BoS. BEICTLEY,:«^T Teb. 3,18it f Byorder oBtheJEomlS , - ' ;( SoBj^THBOiT^tJpaglis, Coiuumptifcoi, Pains,-id the various paras of the body, and dWOT nuioerwM symtoms, are.lbe.usual effeclsof catcfiing coJduJ/t' Wright's. /a<tta>t Vegelaile Pi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

' ^TRAYEIK '. ¦¦' ¦ ¦^' JY ' "C^BOM the enclosure of the subsi;ril br, on 6* about I the first of fiovenilier last, bVe| SHEEP, one old Ewe aml.fonrlas'tkpringtarabs. Whoever will retarn said Sheer/, dr'give'infbnnBtiipniybBlre.tbey.c^ be found, shall Beliberally re warded,:,i *"'', v;":!'' . x"\<- ;?,"'.'. PfiTBa"|JAiidS8l6Su;1' -r^^qffi184?^'Ci-"..,---'v/~f'-¦'*;-$m¦ : W jimw^iK! ¦ WE. are> now. receiving, a Urge suortnes* »s* Winter; Gojds, to .which \tt>, i mti the tJtssv tionofturfiieadsandthepablic. j ',<; :¦,:¦. ;$(¦ . - ' " :-.,' jqitS & |HBHMAN^H-'v ¦ - DI^ESSrGOODS,:': ¦ -'i " SUCH as dashmeres,.De Loin., Blaidi.Allsisss; ,&c. a great variety jastreceH-eal.by , ¦¦?' •¦' ••¦ i - milm &|hbbman: . - ; 'Feb.3,1S47. -.; ' ¦ ' ' . f. "•, -¦ /--' 4--'-!" ' ¦ "-. ,. •;;..: WAJVTED -;.''SSi; ¦ > ¦ AX? quantity of tVheai^lye; Coin, GslS, tVkO&- . seed and Timothy-seed, in exchange fcr Goods) by ' .•;-.}.. - -JiatS ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

"'^^IIP^^V. BY WAESER BROTHERSj ;-' - -'Of-Great'Bendy Pek '""'": ;5 \]i,":... I5i«r0 tiishels Okt?^ ; ^ ' ^lQ,(wotv,a^•.,Ife;.';:.^'¦ 4Q00-' -:"¦'do;; -pprni,,;;1:/;;^ ;" .... 1,000^ , udo. .-.'t'WsiSai;''"^* : 20,000 lbs. each of Batter, Cheke, lirfrW? ,_ ' _ low, Pork, for whicBtbe higbett price will he.paid. .. | ¦ -^—l, Great Behtf; Jan. 184JV . -.-|: i'riiH'Atf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

i For the People's' Advocate. Cap tal Punishment—No. 9. Supposb tliat-at the conclusion of-the Judges'1 1 lectufe, we had found, notwithstanding lis apology, that " he had come prepared"1 to do justice to his argument, that he had ui t a staple and a cord in the ceil? ing, had sonvejrted the pulpit into a drop, and da|ng ed a Victim direcdyover his head in the presence of that assembly—suppose we could lill have seen the grim and tortured spirit, lisiblc in its ghastliness, passing to its everla: ling residence, •• Unli" ?«-!'J; nnannointed! unanaealed ! ' No fee toning made,-but sent to his account Willi « 1 his linperfectioES on his head!" Wliat a g prions spectacle for that assembly of motiierl! they would ttie'n have felt that («rw tonftrf had a mother: For that asfetnli!y ofj sisters, of wives, fathers, brothers and sons! for the poor convict is often surrounded vj ith many or all of these endearing ramil< ties! Mothers, would you not hare shrunk from the spectacle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

Slavery in the Sew Territory- -0- The following resolutions^ Heretofore sur> mitted by Mr. Piol'let, passed the.. House ofJlepresentntives yesterday unanimously. 95 members voting in the affirmative: -! Resolutionsh\ativt4othtaeq\aiMionbfNetB ^ UifrnC'i '• ¦ TerrUpry, -' ;¦' , '-¦ • '¦ ?;¦'_ "-•' f Whereas, thfe exjsti.n^.tvar with IMfeVicp may result in,the acquisition of new1 territory to the IJriiont rind whereas, measures are1 riovT; ,pend ing'/ in: CongV^s; ;] b ovirig: |u vie^ the;.apprppriatioh pjE^ money, and ..the. conferring authority, upon die treaty-making power to this end; therefore, .'iV,^^- • ^ ¦ Resolved by thi Senate a^:ffmi,tf JZeprtitntttiipes -of tU^mi^eAtV V P«ut*y*ii»fait w^ffe^ .That our Senatpi^irt^opgr^|rbi : instrffcti ed and our Representativei requested,, to. rote afainstariy mef tsons wh«terer,*yy b'1?* territorjr will accrue tptihe ^[nipn, urijeiis oi a part ofithe furidamentul ''law a|^/wliiqhanj eompadt or treaty for tliis purpose ii. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

:' ' '! From the/CarboidWeDemocrat. "' Stall Boa4 keeUne. I ' In p lrsuance of a ncitice in the CarbQidale D imocrat, the citizens interest|d in the welfare* of jthc Lackuwa|nha Valley, conveied at the house of Wrbi Mi|Brprisbi I, oh tlie 27th ink—to considerlUod. p^bpoib sonie measures for the opening of all com suniotioti byS Rail Road, tlialt the jinexl; ttiistible mineral weiilih of said Valley, iriighiibeconie available, and ii markel secured thirefor-l- and organized by culliii r WsiURoo' j; to tl te choir, HeSjry Copn, aril SIHodgd iw.Vifce ^ Presid|nts, end D. N. I athrope S< cretsr f. On motion, S. Hodgt on.iS.jS; I enediit, Dr. Loj Hlirppe, Jos. Benj amin, \ and Judson Clarkel wpre appointeoMacprainittec to drift. resolutions expressive of tlie yiewilpf tlis meetiiig. , .j ¦: ;.- [ ¦_ i The! Committee shrjhly; after ippbrted, throqgji tlieir chairman j the fellowi ig pie- amble |and resolutions, which were i doptel: Wh|rens the great cqalj fields oft eLack- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

MPSTBOSE BtS1KESS^JIBjJCTrfslY. :'--j. , J'- ' r'*'MM.* SIMMON^'/ " . 'I - '¦ Boot &, Shoe Maker—shop in Searlq's block, WflSt side ofPabhc Avenue j ' « ~ R. SEAR^LE & Cjk T71? A good aisortmont of Dry Goods Cjpockery, H|r$ ware «Sx &.c , IV est side of I'ubbe Avctraei ^ ^« BENJ.'SiYriE,) 1 Dealer in Stoves, Hardware Dry, GqLias, Stt f "Weft sidefll Public Aveuuci i ^ LYONS & CHANDLER, Dealer m Stoves Tinware Stationer}, Dry Goods, ..&C.&.C.—EtetBideofPqbucAvcdue ' l' f| ~~^' ^lERRILL &, R06% i Dealers in Hats Caps, inn, P)ourA 1'oiHU, &c~ West side of Public Avenue" I ! r-L ««. I 77r^ ,E.W.HAWLB4 t! i Still continues tbe BlacksmithingbujuieHiuitsvari l ous briuckcs atliia olu Stand near keeler'sTavem. ( ~ B7"sTrBENTL'Err ~~ Attoroej at Caw, at the old omee i few' rods jv«St ' ;,ofithtJ Court-houso- j 1<s | ..',¦ JAMES N. ELDREP6E, * '> 1 1 Cabinet nntV Chair Making Abo Sign snidfanby Paintms, I'unim?, P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

-iSsnai:';' BOOKS.' LABGfi Family Bibles for LOi; also commoa and pocket Uibles, Testaments, Geographies mid Atlases, /jrithnietici, .(irainmars. Philosophical and Chemical gBopks; Cobb'iS, Sannders',- and Town's Spelling Ifobiy Porter's- Beaderi. A good assortment (of "Boy,IJooks and . Tickets. Also, tbe new Hymn BogjEsfqr.ike Presbyterian,.and. Baptist societies. I Memodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &c. ic. fcrsoleby J. Xyons. i.«l^ lip *JC ' j^.Seut. lib 4o.. _« 1 -4#- : : - ' PATENS' Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter - T~ ft—' »-J»—-*•*-- .. . J. Lyon's. " ! WW GOODS ^Rf'TtfE FALL OF 1846. (WY Pel ceit. cheaper than «ver offered in this £t\3 m|rket before, at -;*l|L;^'2S4 8. J. B. SALLSBUBT'S. f I GROCERIES. ~ T ABC* stock of prime sugars, and more of-that Jill firstfatfr Tea, just in at . Salisbury's. JSP-M}. 8.48--, j WIDE SILKS, " * TjlOR IgaanTlas. and Aprons, and Alpaca aprons, JC juttqa at . Salisbury's. »ept3|. . <'¦• s -. ¦ '7 " | " EDGINGS. ~~ a^'IN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

J. J^^yu^^NS.^l •.,_,,j; MEN'Man^^lBoy's^rDganSjit tbe reduced price .off ^T4*]3fcJ3hwHs»\i..-' -*AiasBOETr's." ^Sffi^^fe^K^ ¦ »8r^aE|p^' /'.''• '^B«aisbary?si' _. , ..^f Af^jjf^"'a /£?. *.# """' 7;'j, , >«B)t, tq^i^lr^rttiiOTStf'fi?;'*''' ^51' ""Hs*- MR lfil^P*i^"*B**.\l .1»::.i5*ii«;,'l fMlMto-* pri-»Cod.F-h for oory* c«tf. a* «jba^Mts»!fe«'-.tea 3 "• - *- ?" ifcfikfcorjr^-j, - «**. Wf«^^5^;|:v J;:g' _,2;^:-^2j; Wj^fi^4s^' %Sfe;.#f^%<Sak ii ¦"-'-> '¦'¦'* *JC\ ' "' ' ! ""J-, " "' 'rt'-'j-i ¦ ^ *°| .;^j^:.gg^itj5^., ^ ¦- ffliipi^p^-. l^f^4 *"^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 February 1847

NEW GOODS. ! S. S. MULFORD i SON. ARE now receiving a. large assorfmeht of Fall and Winter Goods, which jthey will sell for Cash, Barter, or approved Credit, a^ cheap as cab be bought in town.— Theft assortment (contains a full stock of Goods usually kept in country stores. ' Dec. 10, 1646. i SOLE and UPPER LEATHER forsnle cheap enough, by S. S. M. & Son. S "~ tJfON'-S, White's, and Burke & Story's Cast Steel- Axes, for sale cheap, and warranted first rate, by M. & Son. —i-f—"— — ' A jNOTHER Jot of those good Fanning J\. Mills, just received—also, some larger of the same sort,, and will be sold cheap, by ! M. &Son. - u &©mu if©ik a ' WANTED at tbe store of R. Searle & j Co. any quantity of Pork in exchange for Goods and part cash. ! Dec 184G. \ - -1—-—V —i . : WANTED at rfe Hat Store of Merrill &. Root, . 1000 cords of 18 mid 20 incb wood in exchange for Hats ond! Cups. - Dei. '46. i[" WAI\TED. IS excbange for-Good/, tb...

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