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fa cwjPt JlrpaMican.
TV. R. DUNX
TUESDAY MOR.NING, DEC. 20.
Tlio first day's session of Congress
was forty minutes long for the Senate,
the House sitting until after three.' As
soon, however, as Congress gets in fair
running order, wo have no doubt that
liotli Houses will make the most of the
short session. The people look for it,
at nil events.
The Cotineautville Record says :
"Geo. C. Campbell, of North Shcnan
go, in August last captured on his
farm a rattlesnake about two fret long,
and sporting; seven rattles. Hissnake
ship was placed in a box, and up to
this time, nearly four months, hasn't
taken a particle of food, though he
has been repeatedly tempted with
lainties in the way of live mice, etc.
The snake is the first one of that spe
cies seen in thnt vicinity for tho past
twenty years, and it was generally sup
posed that they had become extinct."
If there is any danger of your get
ting out of these interesting sarpieuU,
we will furnish you a thousand or two
cheap wo've got 'cm bad, here.
One of Mark Twaiu's best is his
story of the lawsuit, wherein the turn
ing point was whether old sledge was
a game of chance or n game of skill.
The jury on going out wns equally di
vided, but before morning those who
held to be a game" of skill had won,
at high-low-jack, ull the money the
"chance" six had, or could borrow,
and the result was a unanimous ver
dict acquitting tho. defendant who had
been muicted fur playing; a caiu& of
cbancc ; to wit.'old sledge, ltiglit in
the teeth and eye3 of that decision
proving how a night at old sledge may
contribute to" the enlightenment of
those who labor under error is the ac
tion of a Federal Judge out in Wy
oming, who discharged a jury, fining
each juror ten dollars for playing
"scveu-up" in tho jury room when
"sitting on a case."
An Imposteu. A man came into
the Station House Tuesday eyeuing, a
little before dark, and asked to the
privilege of staying all night, saying
that he had no money and no friends.
The Chief told him he could not keep
Liia because he had had time to hunt
up a place, and he could not think of
a Moving a strong able-bodied roan
like him to remain. But, feeling a little
sympathy for his destitution, he took
out twenty cents and told him that was
all he had about him if it would aid
him any he was welcome to it. The
man .ched out his hand to take it,
aud in stoO.;Qg ovtr 0Ufc dropped
bottle full of -vhisky. Tho beggar
made another stouj to pick up his flask,
wheu a book fell to '.he floor, between
the leaves of which was found about
520. Of course the Chief was indig
nant, and laid so in language none the
mildest. Erie Ii.
A Worthy Example. We nro
pltased to note the Viet and the ex
ample is one worthy f imitation that
Cawford's Independent School District,
Pymatunins towfishipr l,,la ' -"iiutv.
hires a lady teacher at a salary of
35.00 per bv " "" instead of slip
ulatf"" lat mu8 build the
ro in the school -room, the directors
hire it built for her. This is as it
(should be. And what is still more
worthy of note eonnected with this
Independent School District is, that
the lady teacher is not obliged to
"board around" like a heathen, but has
tho privilege of hiring her board
wherever it suits her convenience. Th
also ia as it should be. Of all the
abominable "relics of barbarism" that
(till linger among civilized and chri
tiau men, this one of school teachers
"boarding around" is the worst,
We learn from the Erie Republi
can that a most atrocious murder was
perpetrated in that place on Eriday
evening last. A dusperedo named
Jake uaoei, wno tins served two or
three terms in the penitentiary, with
out provocation other than fancied in
suit, deliberately drew Ins revolver
and shot a young man by the name of
John Davit, the ball entering the left
side, near the region of the heart, frcm
the effects of which he died tho same
evening, liet'ore the murder Gubel
drew his pistol in a ealoou threatened
to shoot another young man for gently
remonstratiug with him agaiusta repe
tition of jerking his chair from under
biin. After the murder Gubel conceal
ed himself in the switch of the railroad
where he was captured. From all ac
counts lie is a notoriously desperate
character, a dangerous man to be let
loo.-e anywhere, and he should there
fore have the full extent of the law
me't'e'd osJt t'a lita.
Tho Oil Corner Broken-A Settle,
ment Agreed Upon.
The great "corner" in oil on Upper
Oil Creek, which has been the topic of
conversation for some days past, col
lapsed suddenly last night, an agree
ment having been effected botweeu the
"bulls" and "bears." Some 200,000
barrels of oil had been purc'iased, and
about 25,000 delivered before the sug
gestion of an agreement was made.
Last night a conference was held, and
about midnight a basis of settlement
was agreed upon, The remainder of
the contracts, amounting to one hun
dred and seventy-five thousand bar
rels, was settled at $2 25 per bbl.
The members of the trade cau now
congratulate themselves, as oil will be
permitted to "pursue tho even tenor of
its way" without interference from out
siders, who are a curse to tho whole
trade, and are no better than common
gamblers. The worst of the matter is
that our refiners and legitimate dealers,
who have their money invested and
give their whole time and attention to
their business, are blamedwith these
pernicious combinations aud practices;
when usually they are in no wise con
nected with them, or responsible for
them. We hope never again to hear
of an "oil comer," aud trust that H
of our Pittsburgh oil men will contin
ue to discountenance aud denouuee
Burgoyxe on Bazaine. The pop
ular judgment, attributing Marshal
Bazaine's surrender at Mctz to treach
ery on the part of that officer, is dis
puted by Gen. Burgoyne, of the Brit
ish army, who in a letter to the London
Times, insists that the event was inevit
able. The General coutends that Ba
zaine could not possibly have broken
through the forces opposed to him ;
that, while the blockading force grad
ually grew better, his gradually grew
worse ; that isolated and fur removed
from any support, with an army unpre
pared for a campaign, and with his
provisions exhausted, "he had really
no alternative left but to surrender."
The causes which helped to render Ba'
zaine's position desperate are still at
work, and doubtless contribute to the
embarrasments which beset tho Gener
als vet in the field. There is little
concerted or concentrated action ; and
each commander being left to his own
devices we can scarcely wonder at the
reverses which overtake them.
We take the following from the
Paducah Keutuclan: "There is no
use talking, people will take their fun.
On night before last, three young geu
tlemau of Paducah were skylarking
around the streets, when they came up
with a spoony-looking fellow, and at
once determined to have some fun out
of him. After quizzing him for some
time, all of which he took in good part,
cue of the trio remarked to him, 'You
are the roan who killed Benjamin
Haidcn, in Johnson county, Illinois,
a few days since ; there is a reward of
five hundred dollars offered for you,
and you must consider yourself our
prisoner.' At this, spoony pulled out
a six-shooter, and bringing it to bear,
said, 'You have told a d d lie; I nev
er killed Ben Haiden or any other
man, but if you three scoundrels don't
git, sorntAnrt - will ha killed pretty
spou.' n is useless to say they
One of our exchanges thus re
cords an experience which is'nt at all
new to any member of the editorial
fraternity: "It is strange how close
the people read the papers. We never
say anything that anynody don't like
but what we soon hear of it, and eve
rybody tells us about it. But, if once
in a while we happen to say a good
thing, we never hear that nobody
seems to notice that. We may pay
some man a hundred compliments and
give him a dozen pufTs, and he takes it
as a tribute to his greatness aud novo
thinks anything about it never thinks
it does him good. But if wo happen
to say sometbiug that this very man
don't like, or something that he imag
ines reflects ou him or his character,
see how quick he flies up aud gets mad
about it. All our evil is duly charged
to us, but we never, apparently, gut
any credit for what good we do."
Turkey thieves seem to be out in
force just at present. Mr. Armstrong
bad lour, and Winfelder three turkeys
stolen this week. It is impoiblo to
guard effectually ngaiit these thick,
en-coop depredators, ; but we have no
doubt that a charge of pepper aud salt,
well shut iu, would be a sure prevent
ive. St. Mary's Gazette.
Thia c.ty can uousi of the cham.
j. ion liar. We will not meution hid
name lest he bo inveigled from our
midst. We waut oue sample of total
depravity as an example for the ris
ing generation to shun ; and a fearful
warning to ail unsophisticated persons.
Locals. Henry Ward Bcccher, in
speaking of the local department of a
well-conducted newspaper, oneo used
the following complimentary and
choice language :
"It is worth more than all the small
fry of correspondents, with an editor
thrown in to boot. Like a caravan, it
stretches along in columns, with pack
ages and parcels, spices and gems, bits
of fragrance or cunningly wrought
metals, gathered from tho Orrint and
from tho wholo world. Besides, tho
terns of tho paper, like stuffing of a
Thanksgiving turkey, represents ev
erything in the house, crusts of bread,
crackers, and allspice."
Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Oil men, and other cftizens ot
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing in the Hardware line, should go
to Andrews fe Co., Tidioute. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They are making and
repairing all kinds of Machiuery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tf.
For Sale. 150 acres of land No.
3142, iu Kingsley township. Forest
county. Any person wishing to pur
chase, will plenso address the under
signed, stipulating the price they will
give. . James Bleakley,"
For Sale. At this office, a schol
arship iu the Iron City Commercial
College. Must be used by an individ
ual living in Forest County. Will be
sold nt a discount. 32-tf.
A. II. Steele, Cashier Tionesta
Savings Bank, has been appointed
agent for the celebrated "In man Line
Ocean Steamers," at this place. Any
person desirous of goiug to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, will
do well to call on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all the information
SEASON OF 1870-71.
MASON & HAMLIN CABINET
Tatent June 21st and August 23d, 1870.
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
The Mason A Hamlin Organ Co., have
the pleasure of announcing important im
provements in their Cabinet Organs, for
which Patents were granted them in June
ana August lust. These are not merely
meretricious attachments, but enhance the
substantial excellence of the instruments.
ihey are also enabled by increased facil
ities a large now manufactory, they hope
hereafter to supply all orders promptly. -
Tho Cabinet Organ made, by this .06111
nanv are of such universal reputation, not
only throughout Allien, but also in Eu
rope, that low will uceu usaurauee oi meir
1 t v
I'hey now offer Four Octave Cabinet Or-
puns, in quite plnm cases, but equal accord
ing to their capacity to an vthing they make
for $50 each.
Tho same, Doub'o Reed, $it5. Five' Oc
tave Double Heed Organs, Five Stops, with
Kneo well aud Tremulant, in elegant ease
with several of the Mason and Hamlin
Improvements, iafl. The same Extra
with new ox Uuiiiana, Automatic Swell
etc., 1.)0. Vo Octaves, three seta Heeds,
seven stops Euphone; a splendid in
struments, A new illiiHtra,d catalogue with full
information, and r,u-ed ,-i,.M i
ready, and will be scH Ire0) with a testi.
inoinai circular preseir, a grent lllnas of
vYiucuctt oa iu ljiu Bupcrurity of these in
struments, to any one senov,, hjM address
Treniont Street, Boston, 08 6Uo roadway
N. Y. 30-t
4.00 P. M. Freight and Accommodation
ANDREWS & CO v
DfiTTUWti TOOLS, AND ALL KINDS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Ac, Ac, i&c,
JOHN ANDREWS. H. FISHKR.
Wnvmn, The if mmml.lr Jamas Camp
bell, President J udge of the Court oft 'oni
mon IMeas aud Quarter Sessions in and for
tho county of Foret, bas issued his pre
cept for holding a Cout of Common l'leas
and Quarter Sessions, At., at Tionesta, for
the County or Forest, to cuannenee ou tho
fourth Monday of Doc. iipju, being the
Utitli day ot Dec., 170. Notict is therefore
given to tho Coroner, J ustiees of o,0 iea.e
and Constables of said county, tiiat tly iv
then and there in their proper personh
ten o'clock, 4 M. of said day, iih t'l(Mr
records, inquisitions, examination, and
other rcnieiiibrancex, to do uu.se things
which to their oO'.ces aK'irlaln to l. .!...,
and to those who r"oouiil in recognizance
m j.i.tjc.i.i! vuiusi me prisoners tliat are
or shall be lnlhe jail tit Forest Cltuntv, that
(liey lie then and there to prosecute against
uiem as snail no just, uiven under my
hand and seal this lilt h day of Vov., A. D
1870. E. L, DAVIS. Sh'U.
1. V. HOWLANll, AI.KX. Mc DOWEL
J. W. ROWLAND & CO.,
AND DKALEHS IN
events' Furnishing Gooct.
And Agents for the Celebrated Orovor
Iiaker Sewing Machine.
LIBERTY STREET, NEAR DOE
2 28 tf.
TOB WORK nsatlyei
J at Wti'aaWt
executed it tkt ofitoe
WAHIIIXC MADE EAST.
I am now soliciting order for the cele.
YANKEE WASHING MACHINE.
Call Rt Knox A Co.'t Store, see a Ma
chine and leave your order.
37 , A. J. MARSH. Ag'fc
G. W. TIFFT SONS & CO,
12, io, h iiou.se rowitit,
' WITH Olt WITHOUT
LINK AND COVERNOR.
11, 12 and lO II. 1.
40, 2G, 22, and IS II. P.,
K. BRETT & SON, AG'TS.
Itoom No. 2, Chose A Stewart's Block,
S0-3m TiTUSVILLE, PA.
WILL BE SOLD AT
In th,e Acorrib Building,
Every evening during Court week, a vast
Of all kinds. About
$1,200 WORTH OF
Will be struck off to tho highest bidder,
and thesalo continue each evening during
Court week until tho entire steck is dis
. ALSO, -
Six Good Working Horses
Can be seen at tho stables of David Hays.
They will bo sold at private or public sale
to suit purchasers. This is a bona fide
sale, and no underblddors employed.
or four months time with approvod se
37-2w E. L. DAVIS
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ERIE RAILWAY !
1,400 Miles under one management.
800 Miles without change of Coaches,
HIE BROAD GUAQE DOUBLE
. AND Tni
WEST AND SOUTHWEST I
Tit! RAILWAY EXTENDS FROM
Cincinnati to New York PflOMile
Cleveland to New York 62b Miles
Dunkirk t New York 4h) Miles
llulliilo to New York 4'2.1 M ilea
Rochester to New York IMS Miles
And Is from 22 to 27 miles the short
New and Improved coaches are run from
Cincinnati, Dayton, I'rbaua, Marian,
Onllon, Mnnsileld, Ashland, Akron,
Cleveland, Warren, Meadvilln, Dunkirk,
liull'alo and RtH'hester to New York,
without chiuigo, only one change to lios
ton. On and after Mondnv. Dec. Wh. 1S70.
Trains will leave CORKY at the following
uours, vis I
!.?3 A. M. Dav Kinross, dallr. Mnndsva
excepted, tor Cleveland Cineiniiati.nnd tlio
west anil south ; connects at Meadvillo for
Franklin and Oil Citv: nt Clarksvllle for
Sharon, New Castle and Pittsburg; at lav
iiisourg, isiiiuiavs exceptcil, lor i oungs-
town; Cleveland with Ijike Shore U.K. for
west and northwest: at Kavena withClevo-
land A Pittsburgh for Alliance and Pitts
burgh ; at Akron for Orrvillo and Millers-
burg 1 at Urbann with Pittsburgh, Cincin
nati and St. Louis Railway for lndinimpo
lis, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio A Mis
sissippi Railway lor the. south and south
west. A sleeping car is attached to this
train at Horncllsville, ruuning through to
12.35 D. in. Ntirht Exnress. dailv for
Cleveland, Cincinnati and the west and
southwest 1 connects at M end vllle, Sundays
exccpicu, inr r ran Klin ana oil i ity ; at
lcavittanurg,Sundnv excepted for Youngs
town i tt Cleveland with Ijike Shore Rail
way lor the west and northwest, and at Cin
cinnati with the Ohio A Mississippi Rail
way for the south and southwest. A sleep
ing car is aiiacnca w 1111s train at - . 1 orK
running through to Cinciiumtti,
7.25 A.M. Exnross MaiLMnndavs excent-
.i r..-m....i..:..i .....1 . r .,.... "...
V'twuimiit nun .im iivn.j runiiri 10
at Ateaiiviiie, tor f ranklin and tin Citv s
at Clarksvillo with KrieA Pittsburgh Itail-
roaa. tor Sharon. New rnstle and IMtts
burgh, and at Cleveland with Lako Shore
lUulrond for the est and north-west. A
sleeping car is attached to this train at New
lork running tlirougu to Meadvillo.
0.05 P. M. Freight and Aecommadition
daily sunuays excepted.
6.55 P. M. Freight aud Accommodation.
2.35 P. M. Way Freight.Sundave xeent-
GOING EAST :
S.46 A. M. New York Dav Express, dal
Iv Sundays excepted! connects at Ureal
Bond with Delaware, LackawanuaA Wes
tern Railway, for ScruntiHi, and at N. Y'ork
with niidiiight express train 1.1' Now Jer-
sev Railroad for Philadelphia.
A sleeping car it atuit-hed to this train nt
Cleveland running through to ilornells-
villo connecting with train having new
and Improved Drawing Room I'om hes at
tached, running through to New York.
1.00 P. M. Lightning Express, connect.
Ing daily at Elmira with Northern Central
Railway, for Wiliiamsport, llarrisburg,
I'hlladelDhia and llaltiniore. and at New
Y'ork for lloston and New Knghind cities.
A sleeping coach is attached to this train
at Cincinnati running through toN. York
7.55 P. M., Cincinnati, Express daily,
Sundaysexivpted, coniicctlngat lllnghaiu
ton tor Albany and the celebrated sum
mer resort Sharon Springs, and at New-
York for Boston and all New England cit
ies. A sleeping car isattached to this train
at Meadville running through to New
4.00 a. in. Stock freight and Accommo
dation Sundays excepted.
4.15 p. in. Fright aud Accommodation,
9.45 a. m, Way Freight, Sundays ex
Boston and A"ew England passengers.
with their Itaggage are transferred free of
charge iu -New 1 ork,
The best ventilated and most luxurious
Sleeping coaches 3uir-ii the Vorld-t ac
company all night trains on this railway.
SL The Erie Railway Oinipany has,)
Dcned anew Forrv from their Jursev Cnv
DeiKit to the foot of 23d Street, thus ena
bling I'assengers to reach tho upper portion
to fho city without tho expense and annoy
ance of a street car or omnibus transfer.
-4. The scenery along the entire route
of the Erie Railway is of tho most pictur
esque and beautiful character. Admirers
of nature's beauties, in a daylight journey
over this Line, will find In its over chang
ing landscaiHis subjects of continual ad
miration and interest.
BAUUAUK CHECKED THROUGH,
aud Fare as Low as by any other routo.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA ERIE R'Y.
Which can be ohtaineuVat all the princi
pal Ticket Offices in the West or South
west. WM. B..11AKK.
L. D. Ritcker, Geu'l I'uss'r Ag't.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD!
GREAT TUROUGII ROUTE
The Oil Regions o Pittsburgh,
THE EAST aNDTHE WEST!
- tiJJULi'jjfo JARS
On all night trains. Passengers and bag
gage transferred at Oil City, i'liEB or
Trains make direct connection with all
Roads centering at Oil City, and leave as
Day Express leave Oil City at 2 30 a m
Ariivcsat Pittsburgh MOO p in
Night Express Leave Oil City 9 20pm
Arrives at Pittsburgh 6 'lb a in
Mail Train leaves Oil City 0 05 a in
Arrives at Pittlburgh 5 50 p in
Pay Express Leaves Pittsburgh at 7 -0 a ra
Arrrivesat Oil City at 2 15 p m
Night Express Leaves Pittsburgh H 40 pin
Arrives at Oil City 6 15am
Way Passenger leaves Pittsburgh it 15 a m
Arrives at Oil City 7 85 p in
Passengers travelling by this Route will
find better oocommodations and make bet
ter time than bv anv other roud from lbs
Oil Regions to Pittsburgh.
J. J. LAWRENCE, Gen. Supt.
1 Centre bt., nppusito 1 osi uiuce,
. on. city, tain rrA.
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TRIAL LIST FOR DECEMB'R
.lohn A Dale vs Tho Horomrh of Tlnnosls.
Proper A- Keck vs Jos Y Kaul, with clause
..i iM-i iu hi j j, j rn in, aillll r
Ford fc Lacy vs Thomas McClosky ot al
Wm T Neill and J Wilson vs Jane E Uil
bert et al
Thomas Mowris vs William Slater ot al
J 1) Glenn vs Tho Hickory I'arm Oil Co
David Gill vs James Grie'n et al admr's
M Strain use L llilbruiier vs Wm Crispin
M Strain use. Vi llilbniner vs Win Crispin
Malcom Mctjunig vs MichU'l Hrocht
Malcom Mctjuaig vs Daniel lirecht et al
Kcldou Whitman vs bolomon beigworth et
T A McFarland et al vs A Rcan
Tho Pittsburgh and Stewart's Run Oil Co
vs John Herbert et al
Wm Wray vs Harnett Township School
Joseph G Dale us Horace Wilklns et nl
Poster V Company vs T W Tavlor et al
Edward A M earns et al vs T W Tavlor et al
Miilcom Mctjuaij vs John Miller "
V Randall vs E I. Kelsdolpli ot al
Wilbur Walling vs George lliilun r
Eorest County vs John G liraudon, lute
ireasurer ul l orest County
Euld J: lMi y vs B McCloskov et al
J. 11. AGN EW, Prolh v.
Tionesta, Nov. 17, 1S70. a s .it
JLight Per Out. Ciold
OF THE ISSUE OF
$1, 500,00 0
ST. JOSEPH & DENVER CITY
It AILBOAD COMPANY.
In denominations of cl.OOO and 8500. con
pon or registered, with intorest at Eight
per cent, iier annum, pavable 15th Febru
ary and August, in GOLD free of United
States taxes, in New York or Europe. The
bonds have thirty years to run, pavable in
New York in GOLD. Trustees. Farmers'
Ioan and Trust Company of New York.
The mortgage which secures these bonds
is at the rate of (13, 500 per mile; covers
a coiimloteii ronji tor CAierv ikhwI Issued
mxt is a tirst and ON LY mortgage. Tlni
lino, connecting St. Joseph with Fort
Kearney, will make a short aud through
route to i omornia.
The Con ma n v have a Canital
Stock of 110,000,000
And a grant of T jiml from
Congress, of 1,600,000 Acres
valued, at tho lowest esti-
inato, at - - - - - 4,000,000
First Mortgage Bonds, - 1,500,000
Total, - - - 115.500,000
Total length of road, 271 miles' distance
included in this Mortgage, 111 miles ; price
Hi J and accrued interest, in it kkk.x uy.
Can bo btaiuod from the undersigned.
Also, pamphlets, maps and in urination
relating hereto. These bonds, being so
wed seen red and yielding a largo income,
are desirable to parties seeking sale and
lucrative investments. Wo recomuiond
tlieui with entire confidence.
W. P. CONVERSE fc CO.,
. No. 64 Pine Street, N. Y.
N. 4U wall SUuut, Ktw York.
Trte Republican Office
KEEPS constantly on bund a large as
sortment of illank Deeds, Mortnages,
bubpienas, WarranU, Hummous, Ac, to
be sold cheap Ihr eanh. tf.
Dk. I.awbk.nck's Woman's Fkiknd
"LIVE AND Lvr LIVE!"
I the motto of
bo hare opened a
MILLINARY G00D3, '
BOOTS & SHOES,
NOTIONS, CUTLERY &C,
in tho old Court Housebuilding, adjoining
the Holmes House,
where they will be happy to upply tlis
want of this community, with an
Entire Fresh Ansorf im-itt
of oil the.noveltlei In the
DRY GOODS LINE.
which have been selected with great care.
As to prices, we ohallenge all compel it. n s.'
It has long been the desire of tho pee;
of this community, to Lav a steri hi tl.o
midst where can be found evervthtrisf
erally kept In a tirst-class store, and v!
It could be purchased at living p- iee.. .
satisfy this want, we haveccnm in
midst, aud hope by proper a'.'.cniio.
uuHiuFss ana to me wants or ui.i psoi..
secure their patronage.
Our stock f
Is second to none in
and wo are determined not to bo iu..
Id. Those goods embrace all tl.e
LATENT KT Y JL E H ,
and we feol assured that tho citizens of ta.s
county will not have to go to adjoining
towns to purchase DRLSS QuOI'd in lb
Our stock ot
C Xj O 1? H X 1ST O
Is superior, both In quality and srylo i
any ever before offered in this section, -:iu
we trust that all will call and iruuiiu rur
stock before purchasing elsewhere. We
w, -:- - ' -
MAKE CLOTHING TO ORDER,
having an experienced cutter, we can sa'.
isfy the most fastidious ; and as wu hav..
our own mauufactury in Philadelphia, w
thereby have the advantage over a!l other
dealers in this section.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, 40
in ondluss varioty, at prices to su.it the
of every style and quality, vrldjh we are
prepared to sell at New Yoi k pi v;o.s.
Call and Examine our Stock.