Montrose Peoples Advocate in Montrose, Pennsylvania
17 Jun 1847

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Montrose Peoples Advocate (Newspaper) - June 17, 1847, Montrose, PennsylvaniaTures ii enough to make these god favored volleys is Bleak and Barren As the mountains that surround them. A on o in ride we saw numbers of slaves carrying immense loads on their Heads and others were used As teams in drawing loaded carts. It is nothing uncommon to see a Stout and Hearty brazillian lady perhaps a Rith a Little negro blood flowing in her own veins setted in her elegantly cushioned and shaded chair drawn by four Beautiful Black human beings a occasionally applying the Sharp i in hide lash to the Hare Back with As Little i compunction of conscience is h Yan Itee boy exhibits Iii driving a pair of oxen. A slave Market exists in the City. City was brilliantly illuminated in Honor of the birth of a Young Prince soon after on arrival Liere and 200 guns were morning noon and night. But an Corvette and an american frigate he Bay refused to Salute because an american Seaman in jail for siting offence. Our minister Here a. Wise demanded the sailors this the brazilians refused in Algeon and ordered All american leave the port within twelve hours. The c fired of English lying in they had some Trif Hon. Ii release. L Igli dui vessels to this of course Wil Fiot do so you see we have gut into a Nice Little quarrel already. I i resume however the matter will terminate amicably As the authorities Here Only wart to show off a Little obstinacy but they Cert Only will have too much Good sense to attempt the use of Force. The Loo Choo will Resu be her voyage on the 1st dec. It will take four months yet to reach Califon in. Our next port is Valparaiso Chili from which i will write again. Farewell m. Stoppard. We will publish the letter from Valparaiso next week i the Farmers the Western states Hove sent pressing orders to new York for hiring Ali the european immigrants who land there. Every immigrant who is in health and willing to work is placed on Board conveyances for Ohio Indiana Illinois Misouri Wisconsin and Iowa the Farmers of which st Niit Lton o thousand ates say they would like to see a immigrants instead of a Hundred or. B Enton sind the presidency. A in is to or. By ter in the reason which called him out on this Occa Antou has appeared in another let Missouri papers. The particular express his views of the pres Deit cd. In 1843, and to save the Union from do Struc Tiona threatened by the election Ofia Southern Man to that office. Or. Benton sees a new scheme developed from the South for the permanent exclusion of All Northern men froth Southern support for the presidency. The resolutions of introduced into the Senate to wards the close of the late session and their practical application to Oregon reveal the s scheme and present he says a new test in the slavery question which no Northern Man can stand and which if adopted by the South must up an end to the support Onni Thern men from the Southern democracy. B it or. Benton Jwill be heard Best in his own words a a a heretofore we the slave holding states. Hitre stood together upon two Points do Force and Compromise the defence of property and institutions and the Compromise of the Laws and of the Constitution and a of these to Points the great majority of the North of both political parties have been aide to stand with us. But a new position is to he to Ken one on which no Northern Man can stand. Prop Gaudiss is now the doctrine of the political sect which assumes in be tiie holding 8 or in mates Evtif revert to the government to have their Heads shaved and be marched through the town of Jalapa to the tune of the a rogue s a mar by with the word a a robber a in Large litter on their backs and be imprisoned at hard labor in the Castle of Perote during the War with Mexico. The Laih Ingwl a inflicted yesterday and the the town to the Plaza was crowned with lookers on and the men followed through the streets by hundreds of the mexican rabble who seemed to take1 great Delight in the sufferings of the Amer can soldiers. While the whipping a was being inflicted the different ones writhed under the lash and water had to be Given to one to prevent him from fainting. The first sergeant that was called upon to use the lash was imprisoned because he did not apply strength enough to lacerate the Back of the american Soldier in the eyes of the mexican rabble. In the Stutes of the Union men Are confined in prisons and in some of them they Are Eben whipped but i doubt if any of our Good people at Home have Ever thought it necessary to whip shave the head and drum through the streets and then con Fine in a prison like the Castle of pc Rote at card labor for an indefinite period. How would i it do to adopt the method of killing people and theri bang thera 1 two mexicans were arrested for Simular offences but have been turned Over to the Alcalde. They will no doubt he Fried if found guilty probably receive some slight punishment. Still we profess to govern the town. E5p the Cincinnati papers have the most marvellous stories of strange events of any in the country. Either pork Opolis is great for the happening of such things or the inventive Powers of the tribe of the Quill Are exceedingly Large. The signal has the following Story by which it would seem that the editor has seen the elephants head if not the entire of the animal a remarkable most remarkable phenomenon that we Ever heard of is now to be seen at or. Chapmans Corner of court and Vine streets in this City. It consists of two Young pigs having the Heads of elephants. The proboscis Mouth Teeth ears and eyes and so far As we have been Able to judge from a superficial examination the head perfectly formed of an elephant. In one Case the is thrown Over and Back of the head in the position we sometimes see the Elephia Stivold it. Lathe other it hangs Ove the my Imp. The eyes of pne Are indie usual place Jar the elephants whilst in the other they Are situated near the Centre of the forehead not unlike the Hippopotamus. The skin of these prodigies Lias hair like a hog the other precisely like an elephant. Their history is that the menagerie was passing the neighbourhood and the animals were turned in the Field where the sow was to feed an elephant being of the number they Are the we Hope some of our scientific Savans will examine these curiosities and report the result to the Public. We believe doubts have been entertained of the possibility of such a occurrence if so they exist no longer. The prize barque authorities of Barcelona it appers by a letter received by a merchant of plur Modt England would not Ira Cognize the capture of the american barque Carmelita by the mexican Privateer As a Legal one. The Privateer was fitted Dot at Barcelona under mexican con Missori with one gun an eight Pounder. The barque was of 280 toys Burthen the Privateer 45 tons. A a the circumstances created the Grey to st interest Here for if such marauding is to be allowed no vessel would be Safe. The authorities took up the matter with spirit and after due examination they condemned the Privateer As a pirates and of coarse the american vessel will be restored to her Captain to pursue his voyage. I learn that there Are three other crafts in this neighbourhood with similar commissions. The United states should Sanction ii a Man of War on the coast to protect their ships. The Spanish authorities behaved very Well in tile Standard bearer of All the slave tates and to Plant slavery by ill the territories of the United in the most hyperbole and Reven in Oregon itself and against the will of its inhabitants a become the design a d the attempt. Inow every body must see that if this new test shall be adopted by the slave Hod Ling 8totes, there is an end to All political support of Northern men in these stated that i be present organization of parties m ust he broken and a new party formed pounded by gee graphical lines and resting Jpn the a file principle of slavery propagandist. The in residential election of 1848 is the crisis and if the new test can be made to govern that election i shall consider the Ganger consummated and that there must Spon be an end Dot Only of the democratic put qty but of All Pai ties founded on principle and event Alan end of the Union itself. Instead then of indulging a personal of local for Ling in favor of particular candidates Jet a is the democratic pasty look to a Lent the Good of tie Union and of the party requires and Wail to receive a candidate from that Section of the Union which has Given but oae democratic president in nearly sixty years Ami that one but Ifor a singly term and which i is Dow threatened so far a i Southern voters ire concerned with permanent exclusion from the presidential office. His letter is addressed to the officer of a meeting which expressed a partiality for or. Benton fair the office. Adist Oace pol it was stated a ago that four a american Midiere i meter were publicly flogged in the n. O. Delta a correspondent following account of this whipping disgraceful to those who indicted it to those who received it. A the ire Ferij Lay a in a r vol Jalapa gives the scene As As it was Quot i pints May have been very worthless Fel fow6 and Alfold be deserved punishment but there no authority i i the army a to Dis Grace sol Liers in this Way. May 20 j 847.�?yesterday we had Oja exhibition of he punishment of four american soldiers of the Plaza. Three of than had Foen convicted of Buclary and one of horse stealing by a military court the penalty affixed by the court was that each should receive thirty nine lashes on the Bare i Sieks forfeit All pay due to Ahe mexican a Mil be iras indemnified and the balance sew Telegraph lines. A correspondent of the Rochester advertiser says that the frequent Breaks of the Telegraph line from new York to Buffalo Haye caused much discussion among business men and they have resolved to construct another line to be operated by a new invention Superior to morsels. What that invention is it is not stated but we suppose it to be Pease a. The correspondent adds that a gentleman will visit the various cities on the route in a Short time and solicit subscriptions for the Stock. It is said the new line will be built at about half the Price the present one Cost the stockholders. Leading merchants in new York will Start the Enterprise and take Jive rally of the Stock. The Stock for another line from new York to Philadelphia to be operated by the new invention is All taken. From Philadelphia to Washington two gentlemen take All the Stock. From new York to Boston ten persons Are interested in the undertaking. The Bufi Alo commercial advertiser describes the new telegraphing machine invented by or. F. S. Pearse and if All that is said of it be True it is a great improvement on the machinery now used for the purpose if indicating telegraphic communication a it Isof Small compact form and is said to operate with ease rapidity and unerring certainty. In front is the dial Register upon the Periphery of which like the figures on the dial of a a clock Are ranged the alphabet in bold distinct characters and the ten numerals and dots. Upon the face of this dial a moves a hand connected with an escapement. This is used for reporting by sight. The operator moves a hand on a dial and All the reporters at the other end of uie line have to do is to write Down the letters As indicated by the hand on the dial fifty or More reporters it is stated can wite Down the communications it the same Home. This part of the appear Ratus can be a sed alone or be instantly connected with the Type and printing appear Fratus when it is desired to obtain the report in an enduring form or it can he closed when private communications Ore further says the advertiser the printing apparatus is so constructed As to print with a Clear legible expression two or Twenty or More copies at the same time and upon both Side of the paper. The Type Ink themselves also distribute the Ink and after a. King an impression clean themselves and a re again i Reedy for use. The copies of reports can be printed Black on one Side and red of the other. There is a repeater a Wei ctr any letter. Ike., can be repeated or reprinted in a moment without the dial hand moving or the circuit being broken. Another singular and important Pari of the invention i said to be an arranged Zient by which two currents Are made to traverse the same conductor and effect different ends without a fighting each other. uses a Magnet of his own which styles the compound multiplier instead of the common Magnet. To a a a there goes the old dutchman who had the dangerous. Geese a exclaimed a a Friend in the country the other Day calling our attention to a dutchman of the oldest a a school a who was walking slowly along the Road. We asked an explanation. Why when the Yankees first began to Settle in Here lie wag joined on morning by a slab sided specimen of Mem As he was picking up the quills his geese had dropped in their chattering morning waddles by the Edge of an Oblong Pond at the Roadside. Presently one of the geese stretched out his Long neck at the Yankee who started and ran As if a mad dog were at his heels. A a i dbl him Quot said the dutchman a a not to Quot be afraid Dat de geese Hurt us any but de geese did run after him dough Clear Over chill ways and none of Mem give us no rest any More whenever he come along the Street. I p Lieve Dey had a shiite Ngy in de Yankees. Mein Gott its curious dough but de geese always went away and did no to come Back any More a the secret of that was that the Yankee who was so afraid of. The dutchman a geese had thrown out kernels of Corn among which was one with a fish Hook attached. Once swallowed the angry Goose was soon in Tow after the flying . Disguise of sex Fob a of the foreign papers relate the following singular Case As a fact a 1 there died at Brussels says the Home journal a person who had Long been in the employ of the minister of France known by the name of Thomas de Crois Mare and sixty eight years old it the time of decease. At the washing of tha body previous to interment in was it scored to be that of a female. Crois Mare wins a lieutenant at the Battle of Moskon and was wounded at the Battle of Waterloo in the shoulder and Mouth. After giving up the commission she entered into civil life held an office in the custom House and was Bank keeper to two different merchants. In the service of the minister to France subsequently she had risen to the Post of considerable Trust. In social life she was est Mcd for her talents in poetry and music playing admirably on the viol ucello and giving lessons gratuitously to several friends. It was thought to be a nervous peculiarity that she was uneasy and an toyed if any one fixed his or her a yes on her very attentively and her walk was thought to be rather affected Cavalier. Thomas de Crois Mare was particularly Gallant in Liis attentions to women and at one time made proposition of marriage to a Young lady of Brussels who fortunately declined the proffered mind. through Nantucket last summer we stopped at an out of. The Way House for a Glass of water. As w approached the half open door we beheld the following scene which excited a our visibility at the time to a considerable extent an Urchin some six years old fastened a Fork to the end of a Ball of yarn which this Mother was holding which he very Dexta piously aimed at an old Black cat quietly by zing in a Corner. Puss no sooner Felt the Sharp prick of the Fork than she darted off in a Jiffy while the experimenter Sung out in High glee 4 pay out Mother pay out there she goes through the window i. The m Oney coined in the United states during the fifty five years that the mint has been in. Operation has been in go Gold fifty two millions of dollars in Silver sixty Nice millions in Copper one million one Hundred thousand total 8122,500,000j�? the average amount coined for the Hast three years has been about six millions tend one half dollars. Most of this amount has no doubt been consumed in Philadelphia new York markets. Corric Tab weekly for the people s advocate. Wheat hour per barrel Rye do do com racial do wheat per Bushel Rye do 1 Corn do Barley do Oats do butter Ner la. Orange cd. To Western Dairy cheese. Per la. Beef per barrel mess. Do prune. Pork per barrel mess do prime lard per per la. Smoked american Wool per la. Sex of do full i kill Merino do 4 amp 1 Merino do $8,00 @10, 7.25 a 7,50 <�,00 a al 2.00 a 2,25 1.12 @ 1,25 1.12 @ l3�5 0,82 @ 0,b3 0,65 @ 0�0 0,20 it a it 0,22 044 a 0,27 0,b6 @ 0,08 11.00 @11,5 �,50 Law 9,s>5 14,75 @ a 12,50 �13,00 of Aoji 0,11 0,07 a 0,09 0,35 0,374 0,34 m 0, 0,29 @ 0,34 native <2 j Merino 0,26 a 0/�9 Cash paid �w0o�i 50.000 pm co want. ? de ache hat store one Apo above see Rlee a hotel for which the highest Price will be paid by. June 9th 1847. Imer Rii be Root. Any kind of Pur Mush Atole skin Tenor a Palm. Leaf sporting and Wool a men my boys cloth silk v a. Mand velvet Caps also children up. by i f june�?T47. F pm. A Root. A Buff o new wed very cheap lot of i sri tag we summer a goods f at prices int cannot foil to Salt .438 please a Call and see them. �. Montrose Inay 27, �847.a Cash paid for veal skins and beef hides by b. 8ayrb. 1 c ent Ite it ird ran Nway from the Suh Beriber in tie 1st june Thaddeus ice a a dented a Prentice to too Lar mag business in the 17th year of his age. This is to forbid All. Persons harbouring or trusting him 011 Tny no Cornfo As 1 will pay no debts contracted by him whatsoever. R. Th05la8 Meehan Forest Lake june 1, 1847j.523 of the upper Mississippi a the st Louis states that a convention is to assemble at Bloomington Iowa 011 1 he 4th of june next to urge upon the United a fates government the necessity of Rem Vii g the obstructions in the Mississippi it the rapids a several counties it says will be represented and Means will be taken to get Forth the necessity and the immense injury these obstructions Are to the Commerce of the country but especially to the people residing on the upper portion of the Rivi r. Aker in Paris has taken put Quot using Breis wire not admit either a Patent for Jpe right of using Brais wire for the Julei a which does moisture or dust a i s a the wat to Rise in the Woble a it is said is to it Astrid of a barrel of flour rid go up sell Lac to Jetzt is required Quot a j Quot r a 1 in this Borough on sunday evening hum 13, the Rev h. A. Riley or. Theodore Smith Junior editor and publisher of the surf Dehamm Register to miss Heles daughter of Charles Avery Esq a we congratulate or brother Typo 011 this a successful termination of a Long siege May he live a Hundred years. And his Shadow never be 1 died. Ill Springville on toe Lito inst., Llcy j., in hit Chi d of a. M. Ami Mary so j it aged 4 Montos and 5 a a a As the Sweet Flower that scents toe Inora a but Withers in too rising Day thus Lovely was this infants Lawn Thus swiftly fled its life j of such the Savior said a a suffer Little Iii Bereij to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of co4. Dissolution the Law partner slip Mider toe ii roof Lusk amp Myers is Lilis Day dissolved he Mutual Montrose Juuel 1847. ü01kl qkiar�0� of by Vej. Ray Ford. This hotel having a a changed tenants has been thoroughly repaired and r a fitted and is now opened to the accommodate of of the Public. A the proprietor pledges liar self that who wants and comforts of his guests Shaljo ice is Well provided for and attended to a every Rei Peet Attl is hotel asat any other in toe county. Persons travelling by stage wishing to Stop at the Binghamton hotel near the Chenango Bridge will be left and called t it a by any stages ruining to and from this place. A a a e. Raynsford. Binghamton n. Y. May 17, 1s47. A Lyl 3-�idcrtiscmcnts. 4tii of july from California and Santafe. The st Luuis Union of the 2d inst., contains the following information from Santa be and California the party under command of Marion Wise con sibling of messes. J. C. Davis of Ohio t Lomas e Brackenridge Joseph Steppe Aaron Hamilton and an Indian boy from. California have just arrived. They left California with Lieut. Talbot and were left below Santa Feih charge of the mules. Cape Enos Hud charge of the purty from Bents fort until they reached Pawnee Fork Blun this party pushed ahead. They brought in their mules safely not having been interrupted on their route. At Pawnee Fork they left Bullard Hooke amp co., and two other trains a waiting on account of High water. At Council Grove they met another train. Capt. Enos is in charge of a govern ment train of about thirty three wagons t and will be in shortly. The teams Are loaded with sick men belonging principally to Type a department hardly enough Heing Well to drive the Ani Mals. Col. Pec with nearly All his Force was at Santa i e on the 20th. There was considerable sickness among the All was quiet at Santa be and Taos. Several of til men sentenced at Taos had been Hung these men had been convicted of murder not treason As has been previously reported and others were to be executed on the 30th. The company stationed at Bents fort had been ordered to Santa be probably from apprehension of a new outbreak. Ave be nothing further from Chihuahua. California is represented by him As a Good grazing c Oti try but he thinks its agricultural resources have Beien overrated. Tobacco baptists and presbyterians Arp holding general conventions n Cicinnati and the citizens in thit place appear to be unwilling to extend the hand of t hospitality to the delegates unless they give up the tobacco lit was some Lime Befi re they could get the second presbyterian Church a because of the partiality of the de legs to a fair the a a filthy the Rev. Or Magoon on extending prof. Mick Els invite Ito to the a Baptist convention to v sit the Observatory begged that the Dele-gmtes44 Rould leave their tobacco at the loot of the Hill Quot the Arcade 1<os just received from new \1ork a Good assortment of fire works for the 4to. Rocket. Crackers serpents amp a. Amp cd a going cheap also a fresh lot of Cocoa to and a her Gnu. J. Ethridge. June 17. A grand exhibition of i him Iii in i at the. J i which Das lately been enlarged a Nakina it the Larff st store in the Coanta Inay to seen free of charge a Well selected stick of i new goods j larger than the largest arid More Desira ble than any in this Market which will be kept up in great splendor during the season Byj fresh supplies Froni new York. Those woo wife to Purchase May always Bei assured of getting tie latest styles much Liwer than Thev can Bri bought Fis where. We defy Competition in regard to Quantity Quality and Low prices. The bid axiom that Money saved is As Good As Motley is almost As old As the invention of move itself but the a race be of seeing Brood goods Atlow prices first on Sinate at Tai a new Milford Exchange a a pkg Chi cab which has no vet been adopted by our competitors. We deem it Jin necessary to give in detail nil the articles we offer for Sale and would Only add that we have a Lafue Supply of carpeting carpet bags satchels cooking stoves a parlor stoves and i liquors. Salt and flour heavy sheeting Ify the Pic by at 8 cts. Per a Mil. Or w e have thirty Scheutt of All descriptions which for Quality and Low prices Excel any other in the country the great a a Tea Emporium at Binghamton not Weaver br0ther8 amp a coi formerly Bennett a we a vow new Milford Jane 17,1847. 1. It waned Price in Exchange for Cash or go Otoju also Ary Quantity of Batter and All a change for goods. 53mj will be kept constantly on hand by the loader barrel at toe lowest prices. A word or two about our n to it 35,000 lbs. Wool a aah at the Market Price in excl Cash or goo top Ilso Ai kinds of produce in Exchange new goods amp Chea. The subscribe a Are receiving. A Well elected Stock of net goods which will make their assortment very Complete and they Are determined to Seg of terms that will be to purchasers. A a a u. Burro tvs Givison Jame 8, 1816. A i 4fcheap pieces to Trueline Delaine he ads Otto patterns 1 2d to 2 3d per Yard at j u. Burr0w8 a los i Fri a ii .1 printed lawns gun Grams and other dress goods very cheap at 1 \1. A a. Burrows amp. Po�?T4 by it a nets a Good asap rement of Florence Tod a Straw bonnets Aad Bonnet trimming at a u. Burrows a r4�?T r wanted t the Arcade five lib indred India rubber for which the 3 highest Price will be paid. A. June 3, 1847. Wool win of aaa Wool until it the store Juu uhf i1j. Lyons june 1.a paper a a Good Wmk amp paper it id to a cts., and letter paper for 10 cute. Per quire fur Sale by june 1. Cents paid for Good Hogue Adi i is in goods b. Sayre. A a highest Price pay al for butter and egg Byj in stoves no to Supply just n approved patterns by s Alt fresh received of the b. Sat re Tople by. Just received by a 1 b. Sayre. Beef by �3pork flour raid meal for Sale b. Sayre. A to be bought at i. L. Post amp go s. Flour sole leather cheap White Lead a Heap drugs a a Small lot Ottery cheap n. Orleans syrup molasses sugar Coffee teas Tapoca seeded raisins fish Iron nails steel Good Stock summer stuffs Large variety and cheap Broadcloth and k1zrs�ys, very Low Price harness trimmings a Large Stock Fork by the barrel in Short the largest and Best Stock of go tits we have Ever offered at prices to suit Cash Wool Isaac a. Post amp co. A Simelo 1847. J f. Lusk W. Myers. J. Lyons a in now receiving a hand name lot of a i a a i dry goods a a i crockery amp. Hardware 1 books amp stationery 1 groceries Dye stuns nails fish amp a. Amp a to friends for past favors lie Hopes by Selling a belts to a Gicie a Liberal share of their patronage. Ts4 recollect for cd Ash at least he is no to be undersold. Montross May 13, 1847. Wanted geese feat hers butter rags bees a Sec amp a. Amp a. J. Lyons i May 13,il847. 1 business direct i John h. Dimock. Attorney at Law Montrose re moved Liis office to Turnpike Street. North Side Ime door East of Tjie office of b. T. Case Esq a and lir to doors West of the Registe printing of Smiths Stevens amp Avery a Cabinet and chair makers Montrose Susquehann amp i county a. 1. I we a. Smith i a Steve is 1 Smith . Avert. J Caleb weeks i Saddle hymns and trunk Maketa Simp a Pori a the Farmers store a i a i a j r. Searle amp co. J .1 a Good assortment of dry goods Crock Raj a Ted Ware &c.-&c., West Side of Public ave uie. 1 Benj. Sayre a a i dealer in stove hardware dry goods amp cd Wiki Side of Public Avenue. Veigh of old 13 highest Pri Ethridge. Per Lyons. Stove of a variety of Pri terns just received and for a a Sale very cheap by june 1, 1847. A Chandler so co. Wool carding 7 the subscribe having filled up jigs machinery with toe addition of new cards and other fixings is now ready to serve his old customers and the Public generally at the following prices Viz a on toe delivery of toe Rolls 3 cts. Cash 4 cts. Barter on every 9 la. Of Wool if charged 5 cts. A a. G. Reynolds. Brooklyn june 1, 1847. 7 51w l hardware Iron a nails amp a. At j Uander amp co. Paints. Ohs Lime plaster plows amp castings amp a. Amp a. By p. Sayre. Mav 27, 1847. Ii e for Cash on ints amp bum Mer cloths As cheap Asimou pie ruse at toe store of. T a Lyons Mav 24, 184 new Grods the subscribers have received to Cir usual Well selected Stock of goods suitable to the Sens soil which will be sold at or laces to suit too tithes for Cash or ready pay their assortment comprises almost every article the people want in Way of dry goods such a Broadcloth sat nets t Cassimeris tweeds a. Sfc., and lot of summer stuffs for boys end children swear amp a. Among their crockery Are some of toe newest patterns. Hardware Chopie lot of groceries such As sugar molasses spices fish be. Be. N All of which will by exchanged for bees ii Fea Fiers butter too numerous to mention. In addition they have Wool of Grain. Montrose june 10, �847. J a egg flow cloth w next. June 10. Anted to engage 5,490 yes to be delivered by toe 1st Day garment Cut dealers in std is tin Ware stationery dry j see. &c.�-ea6t Side of Public Avenue. Is a Chandler amp co Merrill amp Root dealers in Hals Caps furs plough Points s�e.4r West Side of Public Avenue. S w. Hawley still cont tues the Blaek smiting business in of Ous branches at his old stand Uear Keeler a b. A Bentley a attorney at the old office a few of the Cibart House. James n. Eldredge Cabinet and chair Mafeking. Also sign an Difanti Ihnn Ting turning paper hanging a shop m his old stand in Turnpike st. R 5 j a. Chamberlin attorney at Law office Over the store of i a. Polt amp. Co Corner of Public Avenue and Turnpike is Park amp Dimock physicians ids surgeons. Office West aide of Tulfo Public Avenue Over the store of r. 8earle t co e. 8. I Ank. G. Z. Dihock.-. S it Leves 4b Locke fashion bloc tailors a Over Merril amp roots Haj 8torf. A a. J Etheridge. A i a groceries Fri its confection Aries drugs met icings. Paints oils and a variety of Nick necks. A 5 Mills amp Sherman Farmers store. A general variety of Goc is Iowa yer on hand. One door below the residence of Post. A Mack amp Rogers coach Carriage Oiin it Pike Street it the old Beardsley stand Jari ready to serve customers in toe most refined Leof thy age. Articles in on line constantly on Niford Ftp a Sale and repairing done on Short notice. 7 a s. Mulford amp son. Desderi in dry goods. Crockery groceries tool amp a. See. East Side Public Avenue. J or. H Smith i dentist a sets Teeth on Gold plate and 1 All operations on the Teeth in the Best Styli Cah be found al a Searles on mondays an Davs of each week. H. A Whitney m. D. Patyi Ciari surgeon amp a Couchiere. Residence a a. 2, Broadway opposite the Baptist Church Jet Louii City a. 1 h j-4 z. G. Isbell a i i Boot and shoe maker three doors South of dry. Whitney no. 4, Broadway Jackson City pm a John Groves f fashionable tailor two doors below the Firx Nerini store a a a a. A i i. J. B. Salisbury cheap Gouda Fot the people Public Aveni Side. A. Ink 1 S. Peironnet 1 do Iler in. Dry goods hardware groceries Crock. Ery Timofy seed gum Hemlock amp Cir Fri Nodi vile sos. A co. A and All kinds be Searfos amp. Co. Off flannel of october Lyons ing. Funds so oil�?1,00310s. White Lead in 03, at last year Price a the Price has and Van de in Market Tabu Oreen in 03, Best Quaty which a a much handsomer Green to Anany other for window Blind a. Vernito spa a turpentine Putty Sce. To. At i Quot i1 a 8ubrow8 a ooh i. Two thou8and la. Bole Leate j to grind atone. Cedrith. A Tel. Inn steal n�3,.atc. A. At a -. A a. A it a 53wfo u. Bufe Feo a 4. Icon the subscriber having with drawn l for toe present from air connection with toe tailoring business except cutting will Here after Gid his attention w that particular Branche tax Vety foe in a h John and soccer Fol experience with recent . 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