Oswego County Whig (Oswego, NY), July 26, 1843
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SHIPMATES, AHOY!! - A brother tar would inform his old shipmates and others, that having buffeted many gales, received many hard knocks, and become unseaworthy, he has entered a snug harbor at the sign of the ship, on First-street, East Oswego, where he will be happy to wait upon his friends and furnish them with a choice lot of DRY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. And he pledges himself that those who may favor him with their patronage, will be supplied with the very best of articles in his line, and at the lowest price. Paying cash for his goods, and dealing exclusively upon the cash principle, he feels confident of furnishing at as cheap if not cheaper rates than can be found elsewhere.
East Oswego, July 26, 1843. - 34tf.
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- July 26, 1843
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- Richard Palmer
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