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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

st^necs by. whifchyotfare *urro|ndedi .-< ie-*?fe NIf :M *,'#» '.reof, vlcfory is tnjden-. W ft 'I^li^AWSl W>^,S^W ' we* before the proper m«ment;,r nn|,it is iiietof tlig artffkif¦ 'HnTpDlHca;;to ecbhi|njse 'Wihia Lrefflnectji jfliat 1 htfftttit i-of succ«|rtri'tty Come tolls in 'the- Bottf .of i access, aifd oca lose a pfjltipn; of their «JKec; hcjg.b ^ b|ing ga hered before t.l^cy are ripeucd, and while there is yef a doubt upon the mind, whither tliey.are ev|iitua|lyp.to ,bc! oursor npt;,, |,' ¦ - i , | potifbrro, thepnti>;,the present.p rciirast!^nci?^4ci|ltiyate^) c jftttntpH spirit, tl at can yej be hiappy^with'Hi e eSktinJ'hour w|iije re|iiiiing energy to" push '.onward tri a'dijiy stUI' brighter- - This lis to!:be|nt -briue: the pl^losouber and thorpian of .*;iion-- to |ie wj|e, without losingithe pow.el that tent ers u^efBcipnt'—Ni' al' j '.-'¦' | '

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

•j- - ! tHE ICE HO*jJe. A ¦ ' . ¦ -r—- ¦ I r V« Ice is a cheap,luxury," sr^s the Qenessi|e Farmer, " anil die Ice Hofise veiy justly begins to be reckoned one <§f the li icessa-,rghutfdingaon every complefc furraing estpisbmeut. It is indisponsable to the [ifoper preservatioa of.tha dair|' and garden, i|entsi,p!istry, &c. r' - '- 1' |,Wt) extract the following frlm tho HortijTbj^Iufan^i&pfegSbs^^ tjjje dry porous soil i* asuiflicieSith/ go»d none|ndi|gtor. Dig a|iit 12 iee| squane,.and i%rno;ny. dtep, line] it with fogs..«•. joists ftfeed1 with boards, cover jt fith a simple rifbf'oju a l^vel with the groti|d!,! aril fill it ¦Ti|th ice. : - t :- • i .i .a'. .-.' . : |jA Strong loamy of clayey s|bT, baied;upc| clay or Slate, or,jit leajst, rdjfcky in itssubstjatiiinj is retentiye; of moisture,, an! even flfoiigli it be weirdrlined, the|ce'housejust o'|scrlbed will not- pjreservd idej half tlirpugh t |e summeri in sue! a place. | The cfayev o^ rocky soil i...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

I ffl\%ttl\any. ?~ : I ;'I'! r^mme';Kew'Tbrk4'pfcier*M:i ® mni%0^:' H<silm f9t M'y-. J. ;rni/j ^ni0afmp^^^i^iy ^.i&irendixs^XSndneu of- A Cpnjhvir im 4^ ab!^hmfif;W*od^--PrtacA ^,^di^mah^^eun<[ -v^.^t-^iMij W: tiohe or two^-^i^Ux^iir^&p^ BTTulblinggi, Onoiif d«tx»« from Moon t «la w|s',-*e!l»egl|ui'-t6 kwk iagerly aroond **;*yI t^liiiKTiiorm^io^^d^kJi^ ¦ fen. p^^mho-mBm'iii^i^^ ^tygf:mimr\^^Wt?i&&ffl$& MMiiishib^ioht::ar^'^lir^ii6^;y^j| ™«1!r|alted-lBnd iialdmt uu* Mop tome* «wte Uia^ki^^^Mwn)gto^ : Si *M rfshould notiffffle to&ifffilffl8ti& %<* citfuei formm^bi. -Jtm^t^M *;¦ xmwmfa^fyfiiSmM^ ¦ ™ f ^ :-^<^^|Pt«% looking W?m m «is»-*;^^«tei;^ "»«$ ^v^wi^&^mo^m ^<m'MkWrt&mMm !#&%£ t^^^m^mfwm^asmsm - I ; ' ' -va;¦>?•¦; . ¦ V---J that overy; inaft, must cut what botighshe' himself wpntejl, ,ll ;„«rawjed^ up frjom the, «rcaro where | hodibeeosittiiigbathingmy ...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

Conform to Circnwstanccs. We are a very auibitious'peoplrj—it is the secret of our i>rogresSi that, every one believes that there is no solid and sufficient reason'why he jshjbuld not stand as well in the world ns any of his .neighbors;- nnd so we arc, more or l«-s continually in a turmoil; as we struggle and strive to push ourselves onwardsaud upwards. The cynical may, pe/chance, carp ond sn'car ai this universal restlessness arid discontent; but there can be no doubt ithat it is right, if it be confined within reasonable and legitimate: bounds. It is only the abuse which, is reprehensible—when if either renders us reckless and extravagant, or causes us to pirje in envy and dissatisfactieiri. It is the intebtion of nature' that we should be'irVer oh the1 move; and it1 is inseparable frbin our free institutions that we should njaver acquiesce in Uiose accidents of position.» jvbiph ,restgctoui) tjiro«mstaucpii n>*>J fiAnlinh mil C *. lit ¦ uuii coimort u...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

'!| .- -j ¦-. •¦W»wwjfca»ij|-''-¦--\ |:- ' j ! " bt'iaionffis BinJiBr-r' '"" x k . I Though mo clondsiiro blacknslnighj,. ' ,| \ ¦ I. ' .'>• •' Sfew-fear..! ! - I Though- the lif htcijijg's deadly' Sright, ' "', " II / I ' J .:! '¦•-'-' Sbver fear! j ¦ |'Th6oghthothuna'(iifboltisrcd;l' ! -' I Tho^gli the shaft of death is s,pe|, ' I Godjis present overhead—, | i| • : i" • ¦• n ¦'.'-• - '-Ifever-ftarti I Thoijgh the ti-xant's^o i»brigSt, ,., ... \ 'I . . ^over fe tr! , ' ¦ I:Tho&ghthoblactiiloud5iin'si|lif, . "',' \ f* ! ¦ - M: • 'Kev^rfeir!'; I Xhopgh a foeman js each kn;jvef j . ,\ Thdtirfi a coward isj.eiiceslave)! ' ' I God'is with thefretiijmu'brave*- 1 " " . .'.'""'',_ |<ever Icart ' I Though the bigot's; carses-rae', | ' |;''4:--: •;'_:;o''> , ¦-. Jfcver-feirl ^l-Th^agh^^artj-^s^goUWtae,..., -.;.:„, ., ,.J . j. , _• ,.',,1,1,1 . -.. , . ¦1Keverfiar:.i I Thongfe^ey strive jto cripple y|ulh, ' ' J Thtjragh'theyniat'g'ooddeeds^fvnthruti, I-God i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

'B «W ' M ] ' •A^T^^en^WPoWwlyh miri^i^Smmt^- - fr.!^, t*f%n.fT:$&*S-Vfr*^ i&:&i&a&: • Ty»fcaTr-FtriCi»Tsaddiriocsdfc '.aacsJ JsthMsntaat -' uaispitmi^^^M^^p\S{.r:Z. S^rf^^t--- : ¦" V^jfelraSg^fl^rW*^ Kim^^FilK--- -' i teTation,jn6.ttpl ^ excced%S::-.i,_v,-:"2: vt'^-Ve^'^ii--*.-'-."' ' a^3ES^gp^ ^Hfe^-1 ¦^0^09^^i^^0^ j >r>'^lro^er^Vei^&en&Mnseifed^ ', ; rjltpfl ; j- . 1 *T-»'*.'» i'!i'»—". *-' i -'" -'- '\'~ •*- 5 i-L '' ' * ^.i -'- '-.r.'t- ^ u I Advertiwnieil&'saouiibe'nua-ied . I ber of iuscMi-iio paired. '"•' ''^f.-. -•"'-ft^'j^sfef'i-i?'-'^.': }

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

¦^''.iWifel8^^M^i' ir^S^'sf'U^^oiM^VB^i^Vy/" I •. •:• i'lTpm^ti^^J^i:^- rofficep^v^' s^f^^^^we;);; [ , TEBMS.l4^»ol ^*B*-Jfe«ifSll'1,i1??,i<?SL: ' One DMlfr iKiltjk Ceutt ifinoLpsid '"^J*** ^nthsj i^ifideliyed natil;4ftev tho eirtnmn of, , SreHr>vb*u^VnUlb.e..exacted. . ,,,< lU ¦ . pUttBnl^^prlottaVWlm the Publishers, uoi^srreirafcMarepaiiili1' ;'!'i . ' ~ ': LeUerTtlUfeiPiblUh*nMni bosiitCTS with the Ot-5cc musibf phstpWdtPi hisure attenaonv. , e,- t :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

L ^u^s^i' . THEIKj ACCOUNT. The Commissioners published last week hrthoir.pet Organ, the " Democrat," a statement of the receipts and expenditures of tlie county for the year 1846. It appears that the total amount of receipts is $6,883 42; the entire amount ofexpetiditures $6,871 80; leaving in the treasury. the full and exact sum of $11 62. iA very close calculation this?—"running pretty near to shore," it may be said. - WeSwill refer-to a few items of expenditure found in the list, of a somewhat extraordinary character: •"Alonzo William^, late comm'r, $139 50 "Isaac Reckhow.j do 169 50 "Jonas Carter, | do • 162 00 t $471 00 Look back a few; years, compare this account with what-was received by former Commissioners per year, and it will be discovered that since those officers have assumed to regulateithe politics of the county as an additional duty, it has cost the taxpayers nearly double to compensate them for their services. I " R. J. Niven, pierk, $275 00." Little enou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

• :it'-. ?-j.- .. For the Peopl j's Advocate^ Capital Punishm int. " But I would that ye shoald un lerstand, brelhi^n.J.hatjtljgj^ags.wlijclihave,hup lencu^uiilo ma havb fallcft'outl rather unto the fur hei-auce of thb; gospel."—' Phtlll, 12.; j, / . Through mercy reform is ac: vancing from the antiquprliiu habits of barbirism, supeN' stitionanti Corporeal torture, towards the grcate'rf cortifoHi of toleration tcrflDerancej, mercy^ ^e.^?rafhcr titoto the f inherence of the. gospel,?' Ihon: sectarianism evei^ effectet^i by its deiithlyitorture ;il ferven ly desire^ bj? these lines, to"promoto-tbe furl her adn««»eor;. . moot 0^rcfbfphlhya4v,isipg.tl e exercisfr-oC common!(Sens?,.;through.iiner :y, ^P«n»W oonfrov from, persoiialr;„nnd irritable ^rw aKrtipsttiiqs^lilferijig .withus in wuUBWWft whilst,they^eiyerysrespeeeiW' 'tt'wnwuf oituiyibf tlie <C|>f?8W».«<rl'n1*« ™b"& ^"T tlm.ai)rnhcpui«|i's>fltl' t.he age, •" ihft^prbgsb tibnDfthbJWstS^ii^ilt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

[€»# eoigs ^buocatc. tt iti-iiti'iJii-«-j rWn.'n — ° - ; * i-SStHeiie shs^tttj'Bress, the People's rights maintain, ':A' s•wodb:^i|aueice, ondiuibribed by gain." ¦ -ioj to ««awijryaaMLsTipiig ^ n. i84ti-' c-u '^he 1^ «|rJ-ShaU we fight it oat \ °1 £t)uT retiidirs are prbr bably aware that we iljhftveinot dis|5tissed through our editorial col-.^ntns the subject of tljc war with Mexico, ¦ jits causes nfld effects, as much as many of ifHK itultti ptjraries. V^e have not been Jed l!;lto pnrsue tils course because we do not con-1! aider'it a matter of vast importance to the 3 people; bitIbecause the .whole subject has _ b^fffp'generally discussed by the city press, 5,|roin ;whi ;h|we hove published extracts from j ^eekito 1 vefek, by our members of Congress, ssndiby',tlie|vdrious messages of- the Presi-, ''•dfent; win ;h|linve been laid before the public, 'we" nave felt'that any remarks of ours could } 1? j be little mo|e than a repetition of what has ; ttlfetidy Ifeen said. ' ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

N _ ; Tire prsMf CU«Hi! Behaffesl.... f.^-iiiw B-just learned that jthe Democracy both of Wayne and Wyoming counties, hare^etoe i toe presumptuous and dictatorialjpffttfed iigg t foar$ffe:pt$&n$en held it th« Court-house on the &« Monday ofim Court, bysilently refusing to appoint Conferees o ineet young Grow's Clique WI -,i;ii|..',.; • . -f! i:y>rM *¦¦¦ ?¦ f&s^;'?^'. \ "! : i: . iegates in Conference on Monday next.— ^his is as it;il>o«iW b"-; TlI0Se in>Pote»>t "dic^ tors lietteriha^ adopted he resolution offered jtfConyentiin by Fi I usk, ratifying the'apppintmentTnfMr. Wine tester of Wyoming, t They 'would bave.o ipeared to infinitely better advantage. It seems to be alike the pleasure and the du y of the People to right up such audaciousi Factibnists. t Legislative. In the House, oh Wednesd ly lnsf, a resolution was offered: that the ;ommittce on vice nntl immorality be instru :ted to introduce a bill so amending the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

"niJ4 0f tl^c ^"k-' • PaosPElcTi op Peace.—The' Washing-1 tin ciirresboadence of the Journal of Com- ; iutrcn says : | j . "Unlrss the President has been deceived j V his Me|sic|n correspondents, h.e has a fair ! prospcl oil ol|aining a speedy peace with Mexico tlirotfeh the judicious appliance of the three ImJSans for which he asks.; The rumor thit b|s readied us of unfavorable receptioa-frt- u|e Mexican Congress of our proposals |fofgi negotiation, .is very likely to be true. Stil it is not confirmed, as the I'nion sayls, By late advices from General IVlor. - 3 - TV riroffiihility is, that through the corpspomiene'e frhich ha* constantly been golajjon betwe&i our government and Mexican ajentsj, o| persons in Mexico, the Mexrai Qdogtesf has been made tobelieve.thdt ; .-'gotiatipa jbrould do harm to Mexico, w.bt-r it tended in 'pence or not. Every iiii-'s delajyof our blow is a gain to Mexico, w:a loss irrlparabie to us. Though our twees be nijit \|ithdruwn during the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

From Wasuingtcn. Wasuington, Fell. 1, 1847. Senate.—The House bill, establishing post routes in Texas, was taien up and passed. The Committee oh Naval Af airs reported a hill to separate the staff offic< rs from the line in the marine corps attached to the army. The bill was taken up ind pending its passage Mr. Houston move 1 to commit it to tbe Military Committee, trith instructions to report it back with his amendment for volunteers, beforb offered a nd rejected. MriliHouston spoke at consider: hie length in favor of the volunteer system. fttr. Huntingdon moved an amendment to tbe instructions of Mr. Hou iton, by in: structingthe committee ,to stiike out the proviso authorizing loan certi icatea.! Not agreed to—yeas 18, nays 28. The motion to Commit was likewise negativ id, an 1 the bill finally passed jbyj a vote of j cits 09, nays 3—-Cilly, Corwin and Davis vbtiiig in, the negative. A communication was received front the Secretary of, the Treasury, in r jpjy to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

I Temperance Lectured. ,! Liejjiti Pvrvee will lecture onf Sunday evenirlgi Feb. 14thi in Jessup towfishipJ instead bjf Springville, qs announced |tst week. On Monday eveqing, 15th, in Sflringviile. On Tuesday evening, Febwl6th| in Harford village. ' I i OnlWednesday evening, 17th, let MJoxley's SjChool-house,; in New Milflird, and evening of the same day at Gibson|Hill.: On |Tliursday evening, 18th, at ff)undaff. The friends of temperance and t|e public generrJly, it is Impend, will maplfes| that interest m the meetings appointed above, whjch ihe subject deserves!, iind a general attendance bjb given to them. I ) BV order of the jCommjittee. | |\ I - $. S. BENTL|Y, j Fehi 9t 1847. ; Chaa-man-I ' ; ¦ ; § Dtsp|ps;i4 is a Wcekncss of the dfgestile organs, and, lik|s wery other cqmplaint, is caused] by impurity of tie blood. Ttia tastric juicei a rlaSI pecttliar to the ssmiach, when set-ruled irom Tiad blood is not of a lieujthy quality; cojiseifucntly ti(e t'oojl, instiad (ifbeing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

1 1 s • .1 ; .1 ¦ 1. ^Susquehanna County, ss(.! - I ,, I PUBSllC Notice isjiereby ^ven| that |n puriuan.ee of a Writ1 of Partition issued from tlie Orphan's Court in and ijfor sa|d Countyj and to me directed, aninqitest wil( be heldjfor making partition ofj the teal estate of] William Hohnes, late of| Gibson townsh?p, in said county, deceased j among the widow and heiri of the said William Holmes? dee'd, on Wednesday tbe [|lst da^y of 51 atch next, at eleven o'clock! in the forcnooh, on the premises in Gibson towiisliip aforesaid, according to the aclof Assembly in such case imade and pfovided. Said re|l estate is bounded and < described as follows,| to wit f Sittiate in said township of Gibson, and bounded by.lands off N. E. ivennedy on the. East j on the feoutaby the road leading from Gibson to Jackson—oh the Weit by lands of William T. Ca|e, and on the' North by lands of George fordsall and Joh^n Potter; Coiitainiiig one hlwdred and thirty acres, or' thereabouts, ifitb t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

F. G. Frirle, Harford.". f ' :^-"~" -, Cbvit\i^M^K^iSam^^4JI,. ¦•• Biwabipr;CocxT»Rr*tTj!—T^mbUc»rae»* " tioned against; the many spurious h^ienws wlucl»l :? in order to deceive, «re called by Woes tiniiltr b WrigbesjInoUnteVeg»tablePills. ' pr.fe.; t'-,wM'* jH -Thsvohly original and genaino .lhdian, VegttsMa] Pills fiave/He signature oFWm, WrtghtwriUea with ¦" a pen on tho top label of each boii Mono other i»?!f genuine, andtq,counterfeit this isTorgcry; « i< ¦- - .- 7 GB^"-Offices devoted exclusively to tbo sale af £ WngUi's Itidiairyegeti&le Pills, 6\ Ihe North »m»i>.,?v waii1 College of Health, So. 230 Grtenwich sU Jfew;; liork; No; WS^-Tremontst BosSmi andjprincipsl; office, No. lBOpace st. PhiladelphiLir:-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

imw, tsooiMis W\^e r^w' ^Si^ng. a larg< assortraent; of , w,u^r w°odsi to which we; invite tho »««» toon of our friends and ilia public : I; J .«' ¦ ¦ '¦ :'- ¦¦ t '"¦ ii; - j ' - "• MILLS & MeBM*N.;'V: ' . JL>RESS~ G<5oiLs, J ;.''^ SUCH as Glifhmeres, De Eaii.j Plaids,1 AlptcwL Sic. a great variety just received' by , j.\ ••>¦ «-,«• r, , '..a- -* mB>*sfaooii&r."^ Feb. 3, ICiT: ' •' _"'_'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

STRAYED FROM the ettclosnre of the subscir ber; on or shoot Jjhe first of ('November last, five ' SHEEP, one old Ewe and four last springiambs. Whoever will return said Sheep, or give informatioi 1 where tbey can be found, shall be liberally rewarded. PETES JAMESON. February 3,1847< .." 3w3f WANTED • rV -;«: ANY qnanta| of Wheat, Eye, Ot rn,'0<|ts, JTs* seed and Timolhy^eed, in exch inge Tor Goods, y r u , ,.'..;¦ MILLS & 8HEBMAN. Feb. 3,1847;;. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

. •HliiQ^sa -'^?®,1eiSk. 'r.,;: by Warner brother^;: OfcGriat fiend, Fa.t "''[. ISfiOO--bwibeb frats, 10,000 do. %e, 5,000 do. CbrrV, 1,000 do. Whe^t, V-20,000 lbs.:"03**. °f ^tt61". C%e, Laroi Tal- . ' low, Pork, for which the highest price will be paid. ". ' ' I 1 ' Great Bend, Jan. 1847. . '¦' ..;h.pr s,ale--L-- >.''-V.:\I"- A GOOD assortment of Iron of all sizes and des- - cription, hf •¦ - - '' iB, 8AYRE. j ~ W—MMMM»I.1_MW—M-MMMHIMM MB, ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

MONTBOSp BlgSISESS DIBEJCTORT. ! ; - v .' X:B. SIMMONS^) ,.:'.-. ' •>'.. Boqt & Shoe Maker-^hop in Searbi s block, Westside of Public Avenue. ' ¦ 1 It. SEARLE ck. C|0. ' ¦'';- . A good assortment of Dry Goods, Crockery, Hudware, &o. &c.,'West side of PublkrlAvenue. I; r-H^ T-^A r—¦>' BENJ.SAYRE, j - Dealer in Sto«es,: Hardware, Dry Gov ds, &c., West. side of Public. Avenue. | '! '", ~ LYONS & CHANDiuER^.f; i-?5. Dealers in Stoves, Tin-ware. Statiopefy, Dry Goods,,^ &c. &c.^-Eastside of Public Averiie. • ' '"',*'' MERRlLfe & ROOT, :• -' Dealers in Hats,-Caps, Furs, Plongli Points, '&&'.—' West side of Public Avenue. ;j - ' E;W. HAWLEYJ Still continues the. Blackemilliiiig business hut* vaii .-eras branchcsathujoldStandnearKbeler'sTaveni " ^St BENqSEY!].. '.! , , ^ .Attbrney.at,L»*f. at!tlie old-office a;few ro6S\roitr - of the Court-house. , ] JAllES N. ELDREDfeE, Cabinet and Chair liais...

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