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CENTRE HALL REPORTER. |
Centre Hall, Pa., Aug., 7th 1808,
Frank P. Blair, Jr. |
The gallant soldier and statesman |
who has been nominated for the office
of Vice President of the United States
by the National Democratic Conven-
tion, and who will certainly fill that of-
fice, was born in the quaint old town
of Lexingtoh, Kentucky, February 19,
1821 and isnow in his forty-eighth year.
In his twentieth year he graduated at
Princeton College, and removed to St.
Louis, Missouri, and there began the
study of law, in which profession he
made progress, In 1845, being then
in his twenty-fifth year, hemadea jour-
ney to the Rocky Mountains with a
party of trappers for the improvement
of his health, which had failed some-
what, owing to close pursuit of his stud-
ies ; and on the breaking out of the
Mexican war Blair joined the force un-
der Kearney and the gallant Doniphan
in New Mexico, and served as a pri-
vate soldier until 1847, when he return-
ed to St. Louis and resumed the prac-
tice of his profession. In 1848, like
his father, Francis P. Blair, jr., he
gave his support to the Free-soil party,
and in a speech delivered at the court-
house in St. Louis, contended against
the extension of slavery into the Ter
ritories of the nation. In 1852 he was
the first prisoners. His division laid
pontoons across the river, and the two
wings were thus united before Savan-
nah. His division was the first to
march into Savannah. From Savan-
nah the Fourteenth corps was taken by
water to Pocotaligo, whence it threat-
ened Charleston, while Slocum, with
the Twentieth corps and Kilpatrick’s
cavalry, marched up the Augusta to
Sister Ferry, threatening an advance
on Savannah at Tallahatchie. Blair
waded through a swamp three miles
wide with water four feet deep, the
weather being bitter cold. Here the
Seventeenth had another fight and lost
a number of killed and wounded, but
drove the rebels behind the Edisto, at
Branchville, The army then directed
its march on Orangeburg. Here the
Seventeenth carried the bridge over
South Edisto by a gallant dash, Blair
leading his men up to the battery's
mouth, which was covered by a para-
pet of cotton and earth, extending as
far as could be seen. Blair threw
Smith's division in front, while his
other division crossed below, and car-
ried the bridge after a severe fight. A
half dozen men of Blair's corps were
first to enter Columbia. The Seven-
teenth corps, however, were not guilty
of the burning of this city, as has been
charged. At the battle of Bentonville,
North Caroling, on the march up to
Richmond, the Seventeenth were en-
elected from St. Louis county, Mis-
souri, to the Legislature as an avowed |
Free-soiler, and he was re-elected in |
1854, though Thomas H. Benton, the |
congressional candidate of the Iree-
soilers, was beaten. In 1856 Mu, Blair
was returned to Congress from the St.
Louis district, over Mr. Kennett, who
had defeated Cclonel Benton two years
before. In 1857 he delivered an elab-
orate speech in the House of Repre-
sentatives in favor of colonizing the
black pepulation of the United States
in Central America. Mr. Blair was
also an editor and writer on the Mis-
sonri Democrat atone time. The fath-
er of General Blair was a firm and fast
friend ot Andrew Jackson; the Gen-
eral when a child was wont to play on
the knees of Andrew Jackson in the
White House. His father was at that
time editor of the Globe in Washing-
ton. In 1860 Mr. Blair contested the
seat in Congress of Mr. Barrett, from
- the St. Louis district, and soon after
was returned to the House, after which
he resigned his seat. In 1860 General
Blair made a speech in Brooklyn, New
York, in favor of Mr. Lincoln for the
Presidency, and also delivered a speech
at the (Metropolitan Hotel, in New
York, in June, 1861, in favor of strong
war measures, hinting that General
Scott was rather a slow campaigner.
Mor. Blair was very assiduous in rais-
ing volunteers in St. Louis, and was
the first volunteer of the State of Mis-
souri. He raised the 1st regiment of |
Missouri volunteers, and acted as its
Colonel, albeit he did not hold a com-
mission as Colonel of the regiment. A
difficulty arose between Colonel Blair
and General Fremont, and Colonel
Biair was unjustly placed underarrest |
by that officer, who was commander of
that department. This arbitrgry
measure of General Fremont'saroused
great excitement in St. Louis, where
General Blair was universally known
and respected, the journals of that
city taking part in the quarrel at the
the time. President Lincoln ordered
Colonel Blair to be released from ar-
rest in September, 1861, thereby caus-
ing a great feeling of relief to the nu-
merous friends of Colonel Blair in St.
Louis. He was again arrested by Gen-
eral Fremont, but finally released af-
ter considerable trouble and newspaper
discussion by beth parties. Col. Blair
rapidly rose as a soldier and become
one of the most skilful generals in the
western armies. On the 22d of May,
1862, General Blair coramanded a di-
vision in Sherman’s attack on Vicks-
burg. The brigades of Ewing, Smith,
and Kirby. Smith, composed his di-
vision. Frank Blair had the honor of
leading the attack in person, five bat-
teries concentrating their guns on the
rebel position. The attack was terrif-
fic, and was repulsed. As the head of
the column passed over the parapet a
dense fire of musketry swept away all
its leading files. The rear of the col-
umn attempted to rush on, but were
driven back.—Here, by the bad man-
agement of Grant, Blair was not sup-
ported, as the supporting division were
too far away to give him assistance.
At the capture of Vicksburg Blair's
division participated, and did the heav-
iest fighting in Sherman's command.
It was at this time that Grant pro-
nounced Frank Blair to be the best
volunteer general in the United States
army, an opinion that was fully sus-
tained by his conduct in action and his
conduct as a campaigner. In the great |
march of Sherman to the sea, General
Frank P. Blair commanded the Sev-
enteenth army corps, the finest corps of
the whole army. He crossed the
Ogeechee near Barton, and captured
gaged heavily. It is not necessary to
go further into detail of the glorious
services and gallantry of our candidate
for the Vice Presidency. His name
appears in the history of the great eivil
war as one of the first soldiers of the
North. His life has been a romantic
one, and full of strange and eventful
occurrences, He bade farewell to his
troops July 24, 1863, in an affectionate
address. He was nominated internal
revenue collector of Missouri in March,
1866. Ilis nomination was rejected
by the Senate. His popularity in the
West is very great. His past record
insures him success,
EDDLERS, trrvelingthrough the coun
try, and representing themselves as
selling Food for the undersigned, are pro-
nounced swindlers, as we never send out
any agents or Pad iers :
STERNBERG & BRANDEIS.
ALUABLE FARM AT
The undersigned offers his Farm, about
24 miles below Caenfre Hall, on the turnpike
The farm contains
which willbe sold as a whole, or to suit
purchasers, as follows: The tract on the
south-side of the turnpike, containing 66
acres, all of which is clear and in good state
of cultivation, will be sold separately; the
balance will be sold in two nearly oqual
tracts, upon which are two
g dwelling houses, smoke-house,
wood-house, a good stable,
2% A good youngapple orchard
Mand a variety of choice fruit-
failing water near the door, and a large cis-
tern near the house.
50 ACRES OF TIMBELAND
well wooded, with good young Timber, in-
cludedinlastmentioned Rofo This
land is all under the highest state of culti-
vation, and under good fences. For terms
and further particulars, eall upon the un-
dersigned ypon the premises.
junel9 683m, Potter tp.
At The Old Stand
at Centre Hall.
In favor of the Finest and Best Selected
Just Purchased at the Lato
And now on Exhibition at
Wolf’s Old Stand.
ALSO, A CHEAP LINE OF
ALSO, A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
also a large stock of
MACKEREL and HERRING.
the best and cheapest in thie market.
WESHALL TAKE PARTICULAR
CARE TO MAKE IT AN OBJECT
AS WELL AS INVITE OUR OLD
FRIENDS, TO GIVE US A CALL.
ap24 68 ly, WM. WOLF.
EAST MARKET 81.,
A CHANGE of proprietors of this Hotel
was made on the 1st of April. The estab-
lishment has been refurnished, refitted, and
remodeled, and will hereafter be conducted
on first-class hotel principles, The present
proprietor has had long experience 1s this
wsiness and will give his persons) strict at-
tention tc the comforts of the traveling pub-
lic and others who may favor him with their
THE BAR .
is wall stocked with the choicest Brands of
Liquors, and the Table gotten up in first-
are connected with the hotel, and obliging
Ostlers are always on the ground to atten
to this Department. :
zay= A portion of public Rattohage is 80-
licited, and good accommodations are gunr-
anteed to all.
R. A. MATHEWS,
may 1568, 3m. Lewistown, Pa.
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( I KE
J. O. DEININGER,
respectfully inforns the citizens of Centro
county, that he haseonstantly on hand, and
makes to order, all kinds of
TABLES, &ec., &e
his stock of ready-made Furniture is large
and warranted of good workmanship, nsitis
all made under his own immediate superyi-
sion, and is offered at rates as cheap as -else
where. Thankful-for past favors, he solic-
its a continuance of the same.
Call and see his stock before purchasing
AJ ERCHANTS HOUSE,
A 413 & 416 North rd, st,
H H. MANDERBACH PROPRIETOR.
I. C.Ni1PrE, CLERK.
zor Norior, +The subscription price o, |
the REPORTER is $1,060 per year in advances |
which is less than that of any other paper
of its size. We nre printing this paper ut
cost, and therefore wish to remind our pat-
rons that it is of great importance to us that
payment be made at once,
BETTER THAN GOLD!
OUR NEW COMPOSITION
INDESTRUCTIDLE GOLD PENS,
Are recommended by Bunkers, Lawyers
Professors, Teachers, Merchants and all
who have tried them, as the best Pen manu-
factured. Sent Postpaid to any address for
00 cents por dozen, Or, samples of these
Pens. Sample copy of an Hlustrated Comie
Paper, and large Illustrated Circulars of
our Books, Stationery Packages, &c., giv-
ing terms to agents, sent free touny nddress
on receipt of 12 cents. Dealers supplied at
lowest rates, Address
ROACH & THISTLETHW AITE,
74 Please state where you saw this adver-
tisement, may l,4m,
WwW! IOLESALE WINE & LIQUOR
J. B. ETTELE,
J PORMERLY NKFF & ETTELE.)
Bishop Streot—two doors west of Loeb's
All Barvels, Kegs and Casks warranted
to contain the quantity represented,
The proprietor of this establishment takes
Plensiie in informing the public that he
ins constantly on hand a supply of choice
foreigh and domestic liquors such as
Old Rye, Monongahela,
And Irish Whiskey,
Cognae, Blackberry, Cherry,
Ginger and Common Brandies,
Port Maderia, Sherry and
Lisbin Wines, Scotch
And Holland Gin,
New England Rum.
JAMAICA RUM, CORDIALS Popper-4
mint, Anniseed and Rose.
The attention of practicing physicians is
enlled to our stock of pure liquors, suitable
for medical purposes. Bottles jugs and
Demijohns constandly on hand.
We have the only pure Nectar Whiskey
All our liquors were bought when liquor
were low, and we sell them accordingly.
All liquors are warranted to give satisfac-
Confident that he can pleas customers he
respectfully solicit a share of public patron-
Liquors will be sold by the qua, barrel
or tserce. :I have a large lot o
of the finest grades, on hand.
Basement of “Our House,” Bishop St, ]
WHOLESALR DEALER IN
WINES AND LIQUORS.
poe: ET CUTLERY all makes and |
prices at IRWIN & WILSON,
Mplo'os. — a
J rELE AND SINGLE BARREL
fowling picces ut
_wploss, IRWIN & WILSON. :
Cx ISS-CUT AND MILL BAWS, best
make at Iewin & WILSON.
or NR TRIMINGS, a large nssort-
ment at Inwin & WiLsoy's.
1 [AND BELLS and DOOR BELLS,
ull sizes and kinds at
asl) dK, Inwin & WiLsox's,
RY BOARDS, Plauk and Scantling
for sule by Irwin & WiLsoN,
ap lO OR,
"APANNED TOILET SETTS, AND
¢J other Jupanned ware, at the Anvil Store,
aplO' os, Iewin & WiLsox,
1 OOKING-GLASS PLATES of ull sizes
4 forsale by Inwix & WiLsow,
PINDLE SKEINS for wagons, all si-
208, at the sign of the Anvil.
apl0'68, Iewix & WiLsox,
I OALTS for Buggies und Carringes, all
sizos in use; Fire Bolts, ditto, at
apl0'68, InwiN & WiLsox's,
ORN BLANKETS AND SLEIGH
BELLS, at low prices, at
aplO 08, Irwin & Wirsox's,
NION PATENT CHURN, the best
in use at Inwiv & WiLsoN's,
+ 0 PER KEG for Nails at
$4.8 G. F. FRANCISCUS.
T" N W ARE of all kinds retailed at whole-
sale prices. All kinds Tin and
Sheet Irom work done at old wrices.
F. ¢& FRANCISCUS.
| ARN-DOOR Hinges, from 12 to 30 in-
ches long, Barn-door Rollers, Rail,
&c., for sale at greatly reduced prices, by
F. G. FRANCISCUS.
ASBHS, Doors and Blind: on hand at
much lower rates than last seasen at
ap24'6X ly, F. G. FRANCISCUS.
F all kinds of Trout Flies, Rods, Bas-
kets, Gut, &¢., Pike Hooks, Fishing Lines,
ete. F. G. FRANCISCUNS,
(Fy RY SEEDERS! Being agent for
Buckwater's Patent Cherry Seeders
I will be pleased to sell them to country
merchants at low prices than they are sold
F. G. FRANCISCUS.
If Askow TEETg!, all steel, Cultiva-
tor's Teeth, Wedge and Nut, juss
received and for sale by
F. G. PRANCISCUS.
ERS and other Garden Seed for
sale in papers or by the quart or
bushel, Market Gardeners are invited to
‘examine the varieties and prices at
OUSEKEEPING Hardware of all
| l kinds at reduced prices, Oil Car-
pets, vard wide, 50 to 53 cents per yard.
in Cups 70 cents ger dozen at
This well-known Hotel, will be found by
all visiting the city, one of the most desires
venience. German and Englis
ap l0'68, tf.
is spoken, |
JTATES UNION HOTEL,
This Hotel is conveniently loeated on the
south side of Market street, a few doors
Its central locality makes it desirable for
all visiting the city on business or for pleas-
ure. A. BECK, Proprietor,
(formerly of the Merchants House.)
YENTRE HALL HOTEL.
JOHN SPANGLER, PROPRIE-
Stages arrive and depart daily, for all
points, north, south, east and west.
This favorite Hotel has been refitted and
furnished by its new proprietor, and is now
in every respect one of the most pleasant
country Hotels in central Pennsylvania.
The travelling community and drovers will
always find the best accommodations, Per-
sons from the city wishing to spend a fow
weeks during the sununer in aI country,
will find Centre Hall one of the most deau-
tiful locations, and the Centro Hall Hotel
all they could desire for comfort and con-
venience, aplO 68 tf,
JOHN RUSSEL, PROPRIETOR.
The old and well known Hotel, situated
in the centro of Aaronsburg, has again been
occupied by Mr. Russel, former proprietor,
who now invites his old friends and the
travelling community in goneral to call and
see hin. The house has been elegantly
furnished and is kept in the best style. Dro-
vers can always find accommodation.
JHILADELPHIA AND ERIE
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
AND DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, IlARRIS-
BV RG, WILLIAMSPORT, AND THE,
GREAT OIL REGION
ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS
On all Night Trains,
On and after Monday MAY 11tht
1868, the Trains on the Philadelphia & Erie
Railroad will run as follows:
eaves Philadelphia... 1115p. m.
H Lock Haven...9.30a, m.
arr at Erie 8.00 p. mn.
leaves Philadelphia 12.00 noon
** Lock Haven 10.11 p. m.
arr at Erie 10.05 a. m.
leaves Philadelphia 8.00a. m.,
* Lock Haven 7.45 p. m.
arr at Lock Haven 7.45 p. m.
** Lock Haven
arr at Philadelphia
Erie Express leaves Erie
’" n * Lock Haven
arr at Philadélphia
leaves Lock Haven
Mail Train 1
Mail Train |
Lock Haven 7.10a. m.
: arr at Philadelphia 6.10p. m,
Mail and Express connect with all trains
on Warren and Franklin Railway. Passen-
gers leaving Philadelphia at 12.00 M. arrive
at Irvineton at 6.40 a. m. and Oil City a)
250 a.m, PRilad
weaving Philadelphia at 11.15 p. m.. ar-
rive at Oil City at 10 p.m. Po ey
All trains on Warren and Franklin Rail-
way make cloze connections at Oil City with
trains for Franklin and Petroleumn Centre.
Baggage Checked through.
ALFRED I. TYLER,
PENN HALL ACADEMY.
This Institution will be opened on Mon-
day, the 3rd of August, by
W. HOWARD GUTELIUS,
of Franklin and Marshall College. Every
fucility will be offered for acquiring a knowl-
edge of the English, Mathamatical, Scien-
tific and Classical branches,
A normal class will be opened for the
benefit of those preparing to teach.
Boarding with furnished room can be
tention of the public to his establishment,
ted to be tho best qualities according to
their respective prices.
of Rve, Monongahela, Irish and
Whiskies, all kinds of Brandies, Holland
Gin, Port, Maderia, Cherry, Blackberry
and other Wines—the best articles—at as
reasonable rates as can be had in the city,
and Carraway Brandies, Pare Jamaica and
New England Rum, Cordial of all kinds.
his large supply, to judge for themselves
which ean seldom be done when purchus-
ing in the city.
to give his liquors a trial,
G REAT COMMOTION!
STERNBERG & BRANDEIS,
RULE THE MARRET,
hy having the largest and best stock, and
Carpets at old rates, from 50 cents to 75
cents per yard, for the best,
DRY GOODS, NO ADVANCE,
And selling from 12} to 16 cents, the best
calicoes, and muslins in proportion, at old
Women's Shoes, common good, to wear
all summer, at $100 per pair
Fine Boots from $3,00 to $7,50 for the
at the lowest rates, and sold at 1857 prices.
1 nn 4
from $12,60 to $18 for the best.
CALL AND SEE,
and if it aint true, Sternberg will treat.
They only ask people to come and see,
procured for $2,50 to $2,75 per week.
1 H( Pairs of Window Shades, all new
styles and new designs, done up
Lake, and Bisinarck, and
| Gold Collors, with Cords, Tassels, &e., at
| 25 per cent less than the usual prices,
F. G. FRANCISCUR,
10,000 pieces of Yall Paper, all extra new
stock; a large portion of my stock isimpor-
ted direct from Liverpool by me, and iz of-
| fered at much less than usual rates,
F. GG. Fraxciscrs,
Carn and ex
amine my large tsock of all
| Carpets, from 19 inches to 8-4, of various
| designs snd most fashionable pattarns,
Druggets & Table Covers at greatly reduced
ers pay for them in the eastern markets.
F. G. Franciscus,
CENTRE HALL, PA.
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hard-
ware, Queensware, Wood and Willow fyare,
Iron, Salt, Mish and in fact, a magnificent
assortment of everything kept in a
First Class Store,
now ready, and for sale at marvelous low
GOODS VERY NEAR AT THE
Muslins they will sell you the very hest
brands at prices that will astonish you.
New spring 5
A most beautiful variety, consisting of all
the novelttes of the season, at lower rates
than ordinarily charged at other places.
White Goods &
The finest stock intown, both as to quantity
quality, and prices.
The best makes, latest styles and lowest
rates, (Hats and Caps in great variety.)
Linens, Towellings, RY Denings, cloths
Spring and-stimmer shawls, in fact, we keep
everything, and will sell at a very small
advance on first cost. -
All we ask that you will
before purchasing elsewhere, as we do not
consider it any trouble to show goods.
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS,
silver plated and Yankee Harness, double
and single, bridles and halters.
CENTRE HALL CENTRE CO., PA.
Having enlarged our New Fouxpry and
Macuixe Snors and AGRICULTURAL
Works. Stocked with all new and atest
improved Machinery at Centre Hall, an-
nounceto the public that they are now rondy
to receive orders for anything in their line
IRON & BRASS
Wo also manufacture the celebrated
which now stand« unrivalled.
This Reaper has advantages over all other
Reapers now manufactured. One advan-
tage we claim for it, is the lever power, by
which we gain one hundred per cent over
hoisting and lowering apparatus, whereb,
of the machine; in coming to a spot of lodg-
ed grain, the driver can change the ent of
he machine in an instant, without stopping
the team, varying the stuble from 1 to 14
inches at the outside of the machine, as well
as on the inside. Itis constructed of frst
class materi; and built by first class ma-
chanies. We warrant it second to none.
All kinds of Horsepowers and Threshing
Machines, lay and Grain Rakes, latest m=
proved, All kinds of Repairing done. Dif
ferant kinds of
The Celebrated Heckendorn Economica
plow which has given entire satisfaction.
We employ the best Pattornmakers, our
patterns are all new and of the most improve
od plans. Plans, Specifeationz and Draw-
ings furnished for all work done by us,
#4 We hope by strict attention te busi.
news to receive a share of publie patronage,
The Company announce to the citizens of
Potter township, that they are now prepar-
ed to furnish upon short notice, and as low
as elsewhere, every article in the line of
TIN AND SHEETIRON WARE.
All kinds of repairing done. They have
always on hand®
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
CENTRE HALL MFG COM'P
even if they do not wish to buy.
G EO. D. PITER.
is the place to buy
HATS & CAPS
BOOTS & SHOES
« Having just returned from the city with
a large assortment of carefully selcoted
Dress Goods, Muslins, Clothing, Hats and
Cape, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, etes 1
can offer inducements to you which you
may not be able to receive at other places.
The stock was bought at the very lowest
prices, and I feel confident that if you
should favor me with a call, we will be mu-
Room No. 6, Brocker-
api? 68 1y.
B URNSIDE & THOMAR,
Offor to tha Public one of the
largest and best selected stocks of merehans
dise, in Centre county.” Call, 6xamine an
see for yourself.
Ta Larges and Best Stock of warran-
ted Boots and Shoes, warranted te give
satisfaction, at reduced
found at BURNSID
raves of all varieties, ground to order
A and warranted to be strietly pure,
Itisthe only Pace youcan find unadulters-
tod spices. Try them for vour own satisfac-
tion. You can only find them at
Rives, only to. be
I& THOM AN.
H ANDES A WS, knives, spoons, coffe
mills, shovels, spades, rakes, hoes,
lainps, forks, chains, &e., at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS,
: ] ORSE COLLARS, if you don’t want
your horse's shoulders galled and
sunde sore, get good here collars as
BURNSIDE & THOMAS,
} 1 ARNESS, collars, cart whips, carriage
whips, in great varieties, govern-
ment gears, saddles, bridles, martingales
cheek lines, cart gears, tug harness, buggy
harness, haiaes, ete. Everything in the _
dlery line, at |
RURNSIDE & THOMAS".
- lmao se A ———
ene TACKLES, rods lines, hooks,
flies, sea hair baskets, ete. Rig you
out to eatch trout at
BURNSIDE & THOMAN',
JINE GROCERIES, mocha coffee, old
gov. java, best quality Rio coffes,
best oolong black teas, green teas, lovering
syrup, golden syrup, Drips fine article bak-
ing molasses, rice and everything in the
grocery line at the lowest cash prices in the
market BURNSIDE & THOMAS’, is the
T 1S known to all in Bellefente and
through the county if you want a
good article go to
BURNSIDE & THOMAS.
1 EATHER of ull descriptions, french
4 calfskin, spanish sole leather, meo-
roceo’s, sheop skins, linings.
in the leather line warranted
faction, at BURNSIDE & THOMAS.
to give satis-
JHOE-MAKERS TOOLS and findings,
in all their varieties, at
BURNSIDE s THOMAS",
QADDLERS BUCKLES, hooks, bits
A spots rings. Everything a saddler
wants for the manufacture of harness, to be
found at BURNSIDE & THOMAS".
'S ASK ETS inall their varieties, childrens
carriages, willow ware, guns, pis-
tols, powder, shot, Caps, cartridges, &c., at
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS’,
r NOYS of all kinds, at
BURNSIDE s THOMAS".
W PATTERNS of oil eloths, at ro-
duced prices, at
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS’.
OTIONS of all kinds, Stelring’s gloves,
N Hahtkerckiefs, comnbs, pocket ny
in all their variety and very cheap, at
BURNSIDE s THOMAS.
ns i —
NNED FRUITS, peaches, tomatoes,
pine appl and peas in great varie
3URNSIDE &« THOMAS,
1 ABITS SOAR, Wm. Hagan and Ke-
ong, olive soap, Dobbins’ soap Jescs
Oukley’s soaps, old castile, pure, Palm B0/p
Elderling’s soap, and a great variety of
other soaps, at :
BURNSIDE «a THOMAS’.
WHITE FISH, Herring, Mackeral .
apl768. BURNSIDE s THOMAS,
GOOD NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE,
Great Attraction and Great Bargains!
FPVHE undersigned, deter mind to meet the
popular demand for Lower Prices, re-
spectfully calls‘the attention of the public
to his stock of :
now offered at the old stand. Designed es-
pecially forthe people and the times, the lar-
gest and most varied and complete assort-
Saddles, Harness, Collars, Bridles,
of every description and quality; Whips,
and in fact everything complete to a first.
class establishment, he now offers at prices °
which will suit the times,
A better variety, a better quality or finer
style of Saddlery has never before been of-
fered to the public. Call and examine our
stock and be satisfied before purchasing
eltewliere 5 toni
etermine 0 please m ons an
fen inl for the Jiperal hary of paironag
eretofore enjoyed. 1 respectfully solicit a
continuance of the same. peetiully solicit a
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