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Lycoming Gazette, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1834, Williamsport, Pennsylvania tJOT. not be --'Si-. L I it -r _ j of joke of J J ly eaJZ IliirtOr nlfpctorf N. wil ann JT. If. TJjo GAXICWEis every OOl i frr gmiun No sutauiplinn. flM'n 1'or a -.1 mnnt s. will be at OSK BQII A i lion toe third MS than insertion Letters ou rfU'ive to the rjlb ur tBlf nui ui. anenrngrs a eiecjH at-die u that we hare applied to the JodgWuf-llin CviOt uf Coinmuil flr-iH _u for the relief of iimolvrni and Mia tho fUUi ef May h'ar W Rnd our at lfic-Goiifl 10 which JOUW'U MORRIS JOHN MICHAEL MICHAEL PATRICK SHAUNACY ItANIRh tfebrua ry Vj 18 34. v v y i Vntn-tMe rflTmiiy -Medicine. to and GKNUINE will at of J. Klliot- '-of Pink Root or lana'CoQrt to In I.ihErtjr iy of April it'e w.fwlr the oho of wo run of framff p of ABtby Innj Rr Jnhtt cuu- ArlnT'r. mediciuB tffA of WOT HIS-from dao .of Kriing a concentriited COiOJjLM ihd of In ft Uft to be token for a U rvmiparativeli iili'nceieai'iy'giyEn to children. mrs of J other medicine for4ho relief anC i is keeping law. H S ru COJinty. If ipril for to i. -_ 7-i-O fc-'Ot.-A -.._- k KN. ef and iyE being foun- corroet are a valuable tntelar those narcotic and injurious reme dies Godfrey' t ysnd onJy to the sensibilities oJ moving the fsust of tiieii s _ _. are a silfe pruzfiritivefo a other snd a relief for Cog of the Wnuit jior I'owder. A which neldum to-uure the Afu6 if liken arrording with the directions ac- T Persons are hereby nortfied that I hav at sute this toy property the Robt One sorrel tict one ctiTling bvr'ujif wagon iledj one two- dnung ont three and three one one 'and a .Iflf of chairs. _ which pervxil am forbid or med M'MURRY. 7 1834- __ TOW TSi LOTS. the vfi the on the 16tb who the.mica in Noveinber requt-tid to the oa fbe oo of ApuU receive their bf the CHURCH. t V 1831- tbo O IV B Vf by udvj tie CoTT-ily oi l.yCn House iu ibe buiuugh y tng two or uf A'CERTAIN tract of gilaate in iflg 313 AC A K.8-r Rrlnrriip l-indii of nnd o Near Pine Hun on the greol irora Villmmapoft to ori whii.h is do and several Ingood.order. ROBF.RT Adiiiiitistratar of JAMES R. On of. 1'ebi uary last. ten -tracts of for tb irt MTen hauug tiers art5 in k and nhout Sjirvh on boot where bet Northombef- contfliniDg taro canes of a uote some and other articles of no use to any person the ownnr. whoever may found snirf flnd forwHTil it IfTJfweptj or ony other place that I may get it March 19. O V 4. RETURNS hU for past izfforms his pnri the pub- lie uiit remorodJrooi hU old to the BtofJB boilding of Jacnb directly opponitij the where will be pleased to walt'opou-sll thoso may favor him with their cuertnra. The idelplim Fasliloits --r_ Are and they are strictly ed- heipH.to. He fintters thiLJby close ap- nlication to rrmril a of trie public Cutting done on the shortest notice. N. B. Two or three boya will be taken to TJie above business. Those who Carrie well if JOHN S. 1834. X A Ml K S K V A 'WJOSX-roopoctfrrily announces to the citizen VVETIiacaHport vicinity. Ilini the. 10 the shop of David where be will thankful io Deceive a of tiwJr ur_ xi__xr_ i j m -i 11 i_ und pledges that no gbmll be in pleasing bU cnsLornera in any' work re- quired in his line All garniBntg en- i RijM io fim mia wiD be warranted to lUy and CaUinjf done on the and .warranted to fit ap_ 6y oompelent Feb. _ publithed in Y. by t subfloritjor fet bis TAN-Y AKIJUn Muncy Creek town- OQ of Morjr.y shout milts tbe of Muncy. JQHN OPP. i iv to day- of of J3K.ul Calowell and Cl-Rjn 4-n. Cook 3b75 Conk-ynhn 415 i wilPbe -J attheCour1. in W thv- _____ the jv3 omi das tim __ Treasurer of lytoming Cettnty. JforcA 1K34. 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