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H. A. MIME
RECEIVING SPRING GOODS.
H. li. DicKEE-
RECEIVING SPRING GOODS
WH. BROWN announces to hiscug
•tomers and the public generally that,
he has just returned from the Eastern Ci
ties and is now opening out perhaps the
largest stock of new goods ever l+rought to
Mt. Hope, consisting of Dry Goods, such as
Prints, Muslins, Cassimers, Groceries, in
cluding, the finest Sugars and Syrups,Hard
-waw'Queedsware Drugs - artiOes
_m_Aually_kep_t in first-class country stores.—
Thankfi4l for past'patronage he invites His
friends to call and examine styles and
prices. Mt. Hope, March 21—tf
CARPETS ! CARPETS
L H. WHITMORE.
has just returned from, New York and Phil
adelphia with the largest and best assort
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS
in the County, Consisting of
;dew Styles and Patents,
ENGLISH iiIIt . USSELS t
Extra super; superfine
and Cotton Chains, and
x2 - ArEig cAtpEr t GI tall
:111 widths, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, 8-4, 10-4,
Oil and Linen
Drugget and Crumb Cloth,
Rugs and Mats, China Matting,
Rope Matting, &c.
nag Carpets, constantly on hand and made
Selling lower than any other house in
the County, call and see my large stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as I ant b elling
at old prices,
at 'wholesale and retail
March 14, 1872
ZiToranei 4 0. M.
PERS3NS knowing themselves indebted
by book account to M. C. Crilly, are re
quested to call and settle their accounts
without delay. Owing"to change limn it
it necessary to close the old books.
The business will be continued as hereto
fore by the undersigned.
March 14-3 t CRILLY & 1R JIN.
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its splendors and wretchedness; its high
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its adventurers ; its charities; its myster
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Illustrated with Nearly 250 Fine Engravings.
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For one or two persons, male or female,
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final $7 in $l5 per week. For particulars,
atb1re , : , :.1..1, FARRELL 3 CO, 7U7 -13ru,"1'
'-say, N. Y.
The MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN Co, respect
fully announce the introduction of.improv
meats of much more than ordinary inter
est. These are heed and Pipe Cabinet Or
gans, beingthe only successful combination
of Real Pipes with reeds ever made;
Day's Transposing Key-Board, which can
be instantly moved to the right or the' left,
changing the pitch, or transposing the key.
For drawings and descriptions, see Circu
lar new and Elegant Styles of Double Reed
Cabinet Organs, at $l4O, $132 and $125 each.
Considering Compacity, Elegance, and Thor
-ough Excellency of Workmanship, these are
cheaper than.any before o47ered.
The Mason & 'Hamlin Organs are ac
knowedged BEST, and from extraordinary
facilities for manufacture this Company can
afford, and now undertake to sell at prices
which rendor them UNQUESTIONABLY
Four Octave Organs $5O each ; Five Oc
tave Organs $lOO $125 and uplAtards. With
three bets reeds $l5O and upwards. Forty
styles, up to $l5OO each.
.•ew illustrated Catalogue and Testimoni
al Circular, with opinions of More than ono
Thusand Musicians, sent free.
Mason. & Hamlin Organ Co,
154 Tremont St., Boston.
596 Broadway, N. Y.
SECURE THE AGENCY AT ONCE
For the best Family Sewing Machine
lir X siC , tort.
J. L. FURGUSON,
1227 Chestnut Street,
To Advertisers.:—All persons who
contemplate making contracts with news
papers for the insertion of Advertisements
should send to
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for a Circular or inclose 25 cts. for their
One Hundred Page Pamphlet, containing
Lists of 3,000 Newspapers and estimates,
showing the costs of advertising, also many
useful hints to advertisers, and some ac
count of the experiences of men who are
known as Successful Advertisers. This firm
are proprietors,of the American Newspaper
• v.is-.ertt sing=Agency,_ _
Ailt Row N. Y
and are possessed of unequaled facilities for
eeeuring the insertion of advertisements
in all Newspapers and Periodicals at lowest
To sell the Improved Flormice Sewing Ma
MAKE. FOUR DIFrERENT STITCHES.
Rum THE WORK FOUR WAYS.
FASTENS ITS OWN ENDS.
For Beauty, Simplicity and Durability, is
without equal. Liberal terms. Salesroom,
No. 1123 ChestnurSt., Phila.
WILSON & PENNYPACKER, Managers
Piauo. N. Y. Ist class
►J. $290. No Agent. Names of pa
trons.,in 40 States in Circular.
On FRIDAY the 22d day of 3LATICII, 1572
THE subscriber will sell at Public sale at
his residence, in the village of Quincy,
on the 22d day of March, the following, pro
perty, to wit :
1 EXCELLENT FiIIILY MIRE,
well calculated for both riding or driving;
2 Spring Wagon,s, (one with top) 1 Falling
Top Buggy, 2 sets sipgle Harness, 1 Har
ne,-is Net, 1 set Front Gears, 1 sleigh, 2
strings Bells, 1 Wheelbarrow, 4 long kidders
shovel and mattock, forks and rakes;
EWE .BERSIEA.Iag BENIN%
3 Feather Beds, 1 Secretary, 4 .Stands, 2
Side, l Breakfat and 1 Kitchen Table, 1
Conk, 1 Parlor and 1 Ten-plate Stove, 1
Spring Bottom Lounge, 6 Mirrors one a
large Parlor Mirror, 4 sets Chairs, 4 Bock
jag Chairs, 1 Copper Kettle, 2 Iron Kettles,
one 40 gal. ; 2 pot racks, 2 Preserving Ket
tles, sausage cutter and sniffer, lard press,
clothes wringer, tubs, buckets, churn and
stand, 1 pair counter scales, 3 pair Butcher
with knives, 2 meat saws and clea
ver, I large Butcher's Table, wood,—hand
and compass saws, maul and wedges, 2 ax
es; 1 Corner and one Kitchen Cupboard, 1
Sink, 1 Safe, 1 Flour Chest, 1 wood box ;
120 YARDS CARPETING,
consisting of 30 yards Brussels, 30 Girthing,
and 20 Imported and 30 Rag Carpet; Stair
Carpet and rods, 15 yards Straw matting,
50 yards of Oil Cloth ,
1111ECY EIS. IBS. STOCK,
I Aquarian with a lot of Gold and Silver
Fish,El large Therm ometer,l eight-day clock
6 maps, 1 double Barrel iNhot Gun, 1 Re
volver, I Grind Stone, well rope and buck
et, 2 Barrels of Cider Vinegar, 2 empty Ci
der Barrels, 60 cans of different kinds fruit,
Bacon and Lard by the pound, Apple But
ter by the crock, Potatoes by the bushel, a
lot °Humber, a lot of old iron and cast
ing, and many other articles not necessary
to mention. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock
on said day when the terms will will be
made known by JUS. 4, IIDDOWER,
Feb 29—ts J. R. Smith, Auct.
On 'MONDAY the 25th day of MARCH., '72
rrITIE subscriber will sell at public sale, at
his residence at the Bowdon I louse, in
Waynesboro', March 25th, the following per
sonal property, to wit :
1 GOOD MILCII COW,
7 STOVES, one large Cook, one medium
sized Cook, one Parlor, one small Morning
Glory, one large Egg., one Parlor Wood, one
large dining room and one small Egg for
coal ; 1 Coot" Sofa,
Ark 1313.4 TATIL4*,
3 large Dining Room Tables and several
othe2. small Tables, 1 dozen Parlor Chairs
cushioned, 4 dozen good Common. Chairs,
4 Rocking Chairs, (one a Parlor cushioned)
Several Bedsteads. 1 Wardrobe, _Cupboards,
Window Blinds, a lot of Carpeting,
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
19 Dinning Room Stools, 2 Water Coolers,
12. Lamps, 2 Settees, Screen Refrigerator,
empty barrels, kegs, demijons, castors, bot
tles, tumblers, 3 Ice Cream Freezers, fruit
cans, jars, and other articles nut necessary
IraY'Sale to commence at 1 o'clock on said
day when terms will be made known.
• S. S. BOWDON,
Feb 29—ts G. V. 3long, Auct.
Dissor=io.rl - ..
IVOTICE is hereby given that the c 0.130 .13
.13 partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned in the Blacksmithing bus
iness at Pikesville, NVas de - solved. by mutual
consent, on the 12th of Feb., 1572, The
books and accounts are in the bands of
11. IV. Dowlin, upon wt•hom persons indebt
ed arc requested to call and make payment.
The lathiness will be carried on by 11. W.
Dom lit/. 11. 1 )O Vl.lti,
March IVr. FLOUGIIER
DID NOT BUY LAST
Have still another chance to come in-
TEATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SIIOES,
at the new firm of
For cash at stilt Greater Reductions than
ever beforeo tmal:e room for Spring pur
chases. There was never such a guud oppor
tunity for •
We have a good stock of
Dont forget the place, TOWN HALL
STORE. Call and see us.
BEAVER & JACOBS.
Feb. 22, 1872.
IMBERSON BENEDICT' &CO'S,
Him R, sir SUPPLY_
NAT}E arc now receiving our first suppl
FALL WINTER GOODS
to which we would ask the attention of our
customers anb the public generally—beleiv
ing it to be to the interest of all to give us
a call before buying elsewhere.
Among our stock you will find a heavy
stock of the following :
Mens wear Of all kinds Overcoatings
Cloths, Cassimers fancy and plain, Curds,
plain and striped, Skirtings wool and cot
ton Boots and Shoes.
Boys wear of all kinds, Boys Boots and
Ladies Press Goods of all descriptions
Detains, Coburgs, Allpaccas, Plaid, plain
wool and worsted goods,
Also a. largo assortment of
FLOOR OIL GLOTTIS,
WINDOW OIL CLOTH,
Please give us a call and we will try to
satisfy you in price and quality.
AMBEIISON BENEDICT & CO.
Oct 12, IS7I.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the nnderf
11 signed has been appointed Assignees o-
D.'Snively Smith, of Waynesboro', under
deed of volunary assignment for the bene
fit of creditors. All persons knowing then
selves indebted to said estate on note or
book account will please make immediate
payment. and those having claims willplease
present them to the undersigned.
\V. S. AMBERSON,
JOHN J. ERVIN,.
Feb 15 --Gt As:.itrnees.
HATS for Men and Boys: .
All the Latest Styles
Ladies Surg Gaiters,
Misses and Childrens Shoes in great variety
,Watches, clocks andt . ev.'elry repaired
at short notice and warranted.
Thankful for past favors he hopes by fair
dealing to all to merit a continuance of pub
Juno 2J. IS7L
C k NDEI
LATE STYLES t LOW NIMES t
1 - ) OERNER WAYNANT have just open-
Pd at the CORNER CLOTHING STORE, a sqlen
diii hue of
embracing Clothes of various graded ans
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERS,
latest styles and best qualities, Doeskrnd,
Cheviots, Tweeds, Linen and Crape Coat
ings, stylish Vest Patterns, etc.
All of which will be made to order with
the best Trimmings and in the best manner.
A Gout) FIT Gum:A:in:ED in every ease or
Paper Collars, Ties. Bows, Suspenders, Hos
ierY etc., always On hand.
Gantleinen desiring stylish and good fit
ting, elothine should give us a trial.
BOERNER & WAY.:s.:ANT,
S. E. Cor. Diamond.
Ihe subscriber announces to his friends
and the public that he has purchased
the Coach Factory fomerly owned by Israel
Hess, and is now engaged in the above bus—
iness, on Main Street, at the East end of
Waynesboro. Haying a knowledge of the
business, and employing none Inn the best
workmen, and by strict attention to busi
ness lie hopes to merit a share of 4 patronage.
All kinds of new work on hand orders filled
Jan. 14 tf.
N. Cor. Fayett and SE. Paul Stree.
MITE subscriber announces tp his enste
mers and the public that lAe will contin
ue to furnish a prime article ofßeef at the
Sellar in the Walke Building on Monday
eVening, Tuesday morning, Thursday even
ing and Friday morning, regularly during
the Fattgoll. Customer's also supplied with
Veal and Lamb when desired.
Thankful for past patronage he hopes by
selling nothing but the choicest meats to
merit i continuance of the same.
TWIN FORD in rtsturning thanks to the
fid public for their patronage announces that
he Intends. iemoving his shop to the Base
ment of Walker's Building, tend not leav
ing town is is the belief of many) where lie
intem's carrying on the BOOT AND SIIOE
BUSINESS as usual.
All per knowing themselves indebted
to me will please call and settle their ac
counts inauediatelv, for I pay cash for my
stock and rank, have my money. Don't
want to see the face of that unwelcome visi
tor, the Deputy from TortFletchar," prowl
ing about my. bhop seeking whom he may
Customers will therefore find me at the
Basement rctered to after the first of April
Has now on hand a Full Line of
GOODS JUST RECEIVED
Look at the List!
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
For Men and Boys Wear.
At very low prices
Also, Ladies Shoes,
Latest and Best Styles
--of-all-kinds and varieties.
1 i W__iMV_l(l4llL!
GEO. B. 'HAWKER
tittdiSlON HOUSE itegtLy
OPPOSITE BARNUM'S CITY HOTEL,
- BALTIMORE, MT)
Terms $1.50 Per Day.
ISAAC ALBERTSON, Proprietnr.
J. S. E.t.a PER, Manager, [aug 24---ly.
may 25—tf TI - 10S. J. CUNNINGEIAM
HOW IS TIIIS FOR HIGH,
iau 2 , 3] JOHN FORD
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, and Manufac
GREENCASTLE, Pa., '
takes this method of informing his custom
ers and the public that he has
REDUCED THE PRICE OF FURNITURE
from ten tiftwenty per cent. Owing to the
'advantages he has over other manufacturers
he can and will sell Furniture at a less price
than any other Manufacturer in the State.
HAVING THREE STORE ROOMS,
filled with every variety of Furniture, from
a plain, common article, to the finest in use,
he feels warranted in saying that he can
please all tastes.
EXAMINE LIST OF PRICES.
Cottage—lmitation of Walnut $5, 6,7, to S
Solid Walnut 8,9, to 10
Jenny Lind-3-Arch Top Panel,
Walnut " " 14, 16, to 18
3-Areh Top Panel,
Imitation • 10, 12, to 14
Round, Corner-foot, 3 Panels Walnut,
Carved 25 to 30
" Foot, Oval Panel
Walnut, Moulded 30, 35, to 40
Antique—New Style 25, 30, 35, 40, to 6 0
Fine Antique Chamber Suits,
. Full Marble 130 to 175
Cot. Chamber Suits 35, 38, 40, 45, to 60
Solid Walnut Suits • 60, 75, to 85
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
wood top 14, 15; to 16
Im. Wal. 4 drawers, with glass,
Marble top 17, IS, to 30
Solid Wal. 4 drawers, with glass
wood top 20, 22,
25, to 32
" " Marble top 25, 30, 32, to 60
Imitation Walnut 10, 12, to 14
Dining Table, six legs, ,
Breakfast do., four legs,
Mar. do 20 cliff. paten's,
Extension Tables per foot
Windsor-or Wood - Seats (h - doz) - g;T67 to
Cane seats (/ doz.) ' —0, 10, 11) 2 , 12A. to 30
(have over 0(10 of the above on hand.) •
Wood Seat Rocking Chairs, 1,25 to 5
i Cane Seat Rocking Chairs, — 2to 7
Willow beat Rock-lag Chairs, 2 Lu 10
Spring Seated Chairs, Upholstered
in Hair Cloth, Brocatel, Rep
and Terry, ranging in price
per half dozen from
Rocking Chairs uphul. as above
Tete-a-Tetes, uphol. as above.
(each) from - 20, 22, 25, 30 to 75
Box or plain Sofas, from 18,2 U to 80
Lounges upholstered in Hair Cloth,
Brocatel, Rep, Terry and Da
mask, Spring Seats (each)
from 7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12 to 30
Imitation Wa mot, for .$10,42- i -11, le, to 20
Solid Walnut, for 15, 18, 20, 25 to 60
M,Also, side Boards, Wash Stands, Mat
tresses, and in facti everything in the Furni
ture Elie. The - limits of an advertisement
is,entirely too narrow to give a full list of
Furniture made at this establishment.
CALL & SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
Xe-.. Remember the place,
I. H. WIIITMORE,
Dec. 1, IS7I
FIRS RAN.:JJ O.PEN,ING
FILL AND WINTER G 001),;!
PRICE & HOEFLICEE'S,
Black Alpacas. Mohair Lustres, Plain and
Fancy Pop!hails, in double warps, English
and American manufactures
Japanese Silk Robes, Japanes RepDPoplins,
in new affects.
Black silks and Empress clothes, sublime
Ottoman and Water villette Shalls, both long
and square, Morning and Breakft 611a11:5,
Wool & Cotton Flanens, Plain and Opera
Flanens, in large and elegant assortment.
Checks, Shirting Stripes, Chambrays and
Domestic liinghtuns, in every variety.
Ladies Water Proof Cloakings, in black
:Wens Brk and Fancy clothes and cassimeres:
Also corduroys, Kerseys and Scotch cheri
ots, in quantities and at prices to suit all.
Chinchila and Beaver over coatings,
in heavy and light weights—Cheap.
Large lot of Ladies Trimmings and Fancy
goods, in new and elegant designs.
Gents Furnishing Goods, under wear (te., a
White Good, Hosiery, Gloves and Notions,
a full line of each.
Mens Boots and Shoes, Ladies Shoes and
Gaiters, Gum and Heavy Shoes.
Ingrain Gerthing, Rag and Stair Carpets, at
Carriage Robeq. Horse Blankets and Fancy
Spreads, a full line.
QmNensware, Glass ware, Hard and Wooden
ware, all kinds cheap.
Rio, Laguira and Roasted coffees. in large
Portoriro and Orleans Sugars, Demerara
and White Sugar, largo lot in store.
Don't faill to emamine our slick
Oct 12,1871. PRICE & HOEFLICII
ZNER 0 OnS
TO THE LADIES !
lkir P.S. C. L. HOLLINDETZGER bag just
..I:7l.received a 11111 supply of new Millinery
goods. Ladies are invited to call and examine
li . pr 20.
I. H. WHITMORz,
$7,50 to 0
5 to li
9, 10, 12 to 15
2 to 3
IP RICOH, •x..
B 0 W I.P's
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS,
STATIONARY ANDPORT A TILE STEAM ENGINES
Boilers, Tanks, and Sheet-Iron Work ; Machinist's Tools, Wood Working Machinery,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers; Gear Cutting, Portable Circular Saw-Mills, Felice-Ben
ders, Laundry Furnaces. Also, Agents for Stillwell's Patent Heater, Lime Extractor an(
Filter, - combined; Cameron & Co's Special Steam Primp; Saws of all kinds, (andDiost.
manufacture;) Iron Pipe and Fittings; Brass Work ; Gum and Leather Belting • Mann.
facturers and Engineers' Supplies, generally furnished at lowest Retail Prices. All kind:
of Foundry Work—heavy or light, Iron and BrasS Castings—made to order; REPAIR
ING carefully done. Kil`'For further particulars, send for Catalogue and Price List.-ez.
Waynesboro', Franklin County, Penn'a, June 29, 1871.
tips in store and for sale, Cranberics,
,Layer Raisins, Currants, Citron,
Lemons, Figs and other fruits. Canned
Fruit and Vegetables.
25 to f 5
0 to 15
Beans, Hominy, Cheese Ai 'Winter and
that cannot he excelled at 60 cts. 80 cts.
to '1 per gallon hot in-theasna;r-la
Cofres and Teas
WHITE & BROWN SUGARS
Pulverized Sugar always on hand. Pure
Spices, Flavoring and Baking articles, qual
CRiNGIIERS OF AIM 'MGR
I get my goods fresh from the factory of
James Mason and Co. have many differ
ent kinds. The newest kinds out.
FRESH AND SALTED FISH
The Fish department we keep up full, and
will play second fiddler to none. All thro'
the proper season we get string fish, iced
shad and herring. We sell sound fish and
sell them right that is the reason we sell
them fast. Customers wanting one shad or
lOU waited on with the same alacrity.—
Housekeepers wanting to lay in a supply
or the summer should buy very soon.
GLASSWARE.—Look at the go bl ets, him
biers, sets, small dishes.
QUEENSIVARE.—Granite ware of the
very best make int.
ported in tea sets and
by the de-en and half
dozen. Also a large
stock of common Teas
NOTIONS AND SUNDRIES.--Baskets,
buckets, brooms, tubs,
brushes, soaps, clothes
pins, pocket books, es
sences, Barlow's blue,
chel% big . tobacco and
ask the public to call and examine.—
Will always try to make the prices suit cash
TO FARMERS NNO OTHERS t
HIKES IND DIMNESS 1.
PEE subscriber announces to his old
customers and the publicgenerally, I hat
he is now offering for sale an unusually large
stock of Saddles and Harness, embracing
all styles and prices. Ile has not only ex
ercised great care in the selection' of his
material but has had' his work made by
first-class workmen. His Saddles I lave been
manufactured by Mr. Jolts W. JAMISON, of
Baltimore, than whom there is perhaps not
a better mechanic in the State, and whose
workmanship has stood the test of nearly
thirty years in this section of Franklin
Persons in want of any article in his line
arc requested to call at the well-known
stand, one door west of the Bowden Ilouse
and examine his stock.
Feb S—ts W.M. P. WEAGLEY.
INSURE 1N THE
LIFE INSURA:NCE CO.IIPANY
NEW YORK. 2-
F. S. Wrisrox, President.
The eldest. and strongest Company in the
United States. :'Assets over ;i5u,C06,000 iii
W. A. REID, Agent.
Feb 22—tf Wayner.horo',
MAT CEO •=IIIE% M., C.... 35E1 cp
THE firm of Rouzer & 13tt 'Erman leas thi
day(Feb. 0th,1872) been dissolved by inns
teal consent. The creditors ore hereby
notified to come and settle 141eir accounts
either by money or notes.
The ba , iness will be hereafter carried. on
by ('. 11. Brilirman.
Feb 29—a ROUZEIt & Mill E.m.vg.
WAYNESBORO', FRANKLIN COUNTY, PENN'A.
W. A. REID
A, S. BONBRAK-E
PREPARATIONS FdR THE HAIR,
OIL'S az PAINTS
1z Physicians dealt with at 20 per
March. 27 1871 Waynesboro', Pa.
WAVNESB 0110' 1111 T IL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
WA )WESBORO', PA.,
INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR D MAGI: BY
V" I 3EL 20
On all safe class, property at reasonable rates
W. S. AMI3ERSON, President.
S t mos LEcnos, Vice President.
Jos. DoUG LAS, S ECR ETA 11Y .
Jos. W. MILLER, Treasurer.
Jos. IV. Miller,
D. B. Russell,
DAVID N. GOOD, Agent,
june 16, '7o] Waynesboro', Pa,
W. S. Aml)erson,
Lewis S. Forney,
Jacob J. Miller,
Benj. E. Funk,
WAYNESBORO' COACH FACTORY!
GEO. W. HAWKER having withdrawn
from the firm of Atiams & Haw leer the
subscriber informs the public that he con
tinues the Coachmaking business in all its
,the old stand. Ile will at all
times have a supply of new Buv.,ie-1, differ
ent kinds, on hand: also serond-handed ve
hicles. Repairing (,one at short notice. He
uses the best material and employs genii
mechanics. rAurns his thanks to the
public for their Eberal patronage, and by at
tention to business and a disposition to ac
commodate hopes to merit a liberal share of
the SlllllO in the future.
/VI III; .11)scriber wishes to inform farm
ers,fivnerally that het now
the Mot?: Plow at John Welty':: +Pi
Mills. Persons wantitar llows rim !zet thoot
by stallibw: on the mtliseriber at the
near John Welty's resitlenii.
March 7-3 t .1.1 C( ill V.CiTZ.
525 eboaper than any other.
For Simplicity, Durability and Ilraitty,
they stand unrivalled. For :• • •4
111.1,2'., Tucking, Yelling.. goilting, Cord' apt,
Binding. Braiding, Guthering, (itlierinr 1c
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