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Source: Crawfordsville Record 4 June 1836

NEW GOODS. GREGORY & HANNAS are just receiving a large and well selected assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, hardware & cutlery, queensware, SHOES & BOOTS, Palm leaf, fur, and wool hats, NAILS, GLASS, IRON, &c. &c. All of which will be sold CHEAP, and on accommodating terms. May, 1836. LOOK AT THIS! NOTlCE.—The notes, books, and accounts, of the late firm of ELSTON & CLARK are in the hands of David Clark, for immediate collection. Crawfordsville, May 3, 1836. 204tf Just received, 100 PIECES light and dark calicoes—assorted. 10 or 15 pieces merino calicoes—assorted. GREGORY & HANNAS. May 4, 1836. MOLASSES.—A few barrels New Orleans molasses, just received by GREGORY & HANNAS. May 4. 1836. JUST RECEIVED—a few barrels New Orleans sugar. GREGORY & HANNAS. May 4, 1836. To the ladies, JUST RECEIVED—an assortment of FANCY GOODS, to which the attention of the ladies is particularly invited. GREGORY & HANNAS. May 4, 1836. For sale. 2 or 3 hundred pounds LARD. J. W. POWERS. May 6, 1836. Cooking stoves, &c. BURBRIDGE & MILLER have just received a number of Rotary cooking stoves and cast iron fire places, which they will sell on reasonable terms. May, 1836. MACKEREL.—A few barrels mackerel on hand, and for sale by BURBRIDGE & MILLER. May, 1836. 2 DOZEN PATENT PLOUGHS—assorted numbers—for sale by J. W. POWERS. May, 1836. Just received, 20 BAGS Rio coffee—a good article. GREGORY & HANNAS. May 4, 1836. 10 OR 15 pieces summer CLOTHS —assorted; just received at GREGORY & HANNAS. May 4, 1836. A FEW barrels choice MACKEREL, just received, and for sale by GREGORY & HANNAS. Crawfordsville, April 27, 1836. A SMALL lot of FLOUR, by the barrel, for sale by J. W. POWERS. Crawfordsville, April 27, 1836.

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