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nONTROSE, PA., FEB, 14, 1877.
Arrangements! Mails. •
Toihannock, (Dal,)._ .... 500 p m 1115'a m
- tiontrose Depot,(Tlaily,) 600 p m ' 620 a ./1
New' 31 ilford,(Daily,), • ....10 00 a m 130 p m
iclalusing, (D aily,) ' 945 am 1000 pm
priendeville,(tri weekly,) .... . . 600 p m 800 am
;lonklin Station,(tri weekly,) . . 700 a m„ 700 am
aiDghamtoismia S. Lake,(tri weekly).. 600 pin 700 p m
gesuoppen,(triweekly,) 1000 a m 800 p m
1 1 1 ) 1 e New York, (via .51ontroie Depot,) New Milford.
ran khan nock And Wyalusing are daily. )
TheConklin Station mail runs Tuesdays, Thursdays,
The Binghamton mall . , (via Silver Lake ,) rnns Pais
jays, Thursdays. and Saturdays. ~.- .
Priendeville mail runs Tuesdays,Thursdaye,and Sat
The 31eshoPpenmaiiran8 Nottdays,Wednesdayis, and
: A Stage leavesdaily for Montrose Dopo at 1. re„and
re ra l a s g s e t % P aves daily for New Milford at 80 a. m.
snd returne at 3 30y. m.
B. C. FORDRAM. P. M.
Montrose Railwaylime Table.
Trains Will run as follows: 9Leave Tnnkhannock at
8:45 a. m. and 3:12 p. m., arrivi g here at 10:45 a. m. and
6:10 p. rn. Returning, leave Montrose at 12 and 5:40 p.
in., arriving at Tunkhannock at 1:45 and 7:30 p. m.
Trains will run on Lehigh Valley time as kept in the
Oflire of P. it N. Y. R. R. at Tunkhannock.
An trains connect at Tunkhannock with P. & N. Y.
R. B. going north and south.
JAMES L BLAKESLEB, Pres`t.
• Manch Chunk, Jan. 31.1877. -
List of New Advertisements. •
Dissolutton--Guttenberg, Rosenbaum & Co.
Reduction of Prices—C. E. Uptegrove.
Books—Ditson & Co.
Assignee's Notice--est. of Wilson J. Turrell.
Administrators' Notice--estate of James
Public Sale—John M. Rosencrants,
Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures
of Silver Lake T • nship.
Assignee's sale Real Estate—estato, of N.
- Assignees' sale of Real Estate—estate•of Sid.
• Busuiftss LocALs.
Glenn's Sulphur Soap. .
Fareira's Continental Balsam.
Thomas Camf)bell, who murdered Mc-
Nulty in Carbondhle on•the night of July
4th, has received the sentence of death.
The day of his execution has not:let
been fixed. '
Mr. Fred Simon of Scranton, gave over
twn hundred tons of coal to the poor of
the Eleventh and Twelfth wards of that
city during the month ,of January. All
honor to his liberality.
Luzeriie county, was named in honor
of the Chevalier de tuzerne, for four
years minister of France to the United
States, and whose portrait may he seen in .
Independence Hall, Philadelphia.
John Seybert, who was arrested near
Berwick, and imprisoned in, the Colum
bia county jail, on a charge of stealing
horses and mules, killing them and sell
ing their meet as beef, some weeks, ago,
has made his escape from jail. •
Charles and Walter French, of She ,
shequin, Bradford county; have been
Arrested for passing counterfeit money.
They are in Towanda jail, awaiting the
next session of U. S. Court at Williams
. While Luzefue county's• late treasurer
is being prosecuted for tailing to pay the
State its dues, it is discoNired that a for- -
mer treasurer paid the State nearly $4,
000 too much, the amount being paid
by him after it had been paid by his
The Lackawanna Iron & Coal Com-
parry's blast furnace No. 1 made during
1876, 10,017 tons best quality Bessemer
iron for use in, the company's steel works,
which the Republican says is believed to ,
be the largest and best run made in the
United States by,any anthracite furnace
during the same twelve months.
— The old Lavcock Hotel' at Wyomitig,
was destroyed by fire last Saturday night,
with its contents,_the boarders and family
losing nearly everything in the building.
The building was owned by Mrs. S.R.
Layeock:, and was insured for $3,000.
The hotel was kept by Mr. J. Mooney,
who had as insurance of $1,200 on fur
A decision was rendered in the Stevens
Church suit, involving the valuable prop
erty now in posession, of Mrs. Joseph -
Church at Church's corners, Providence,
_ •at Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday adverse to
;,the title ot - Mi. Church to the estate.
The case has been at law for. upwards of
Since the Mayor voted the fire depart
ment ordinance, the Crystal Hose and
other fire companies who withdrew from
the department, have returned and organ
ized. There is still, however,- a spilt in
the department on. the chief engineer
question, the Crystals recognizing H. F.
Ferber, as chief, while the Nay Augs re
,,fuse to do so.— Scranton City Journal:
'We are - glad to , announce that :Col.
sodding, assignee of the Eureka:: !now
Er company, has - decided to commence
operations again ; and a nuinber l.of : the
employees who have been idle for'several
months are now furnished with employ
. ment. The reputation already won by the
Eureka,must Make a large demand Tor
it the present season,' and it isa i confident•
ly believed that by the close, of the' season;
the company will, be relieved from their
pecuniary embarrassment:..- Towanda Re.
Corn popping parties are tile latest.
Necktie'sociables ,are afloat. in Mont
gomery county. , .•
Many fathers 6f familieg workfor 60cts
per day in the coal mining districts.
A Bethlehein roan 'has a centre table
urned of solid anthracite.
A young man was arrested in Reading
on Tuesday,for winking at two girls,
E. P. Searle, of Bath, has a Spanish
silver half dollar bearing the date of
1603. • - .
At. New Castle, Lawrence county,- an
old married- couple are living, the hus
band aged 108, and the good wife 105.
Mrs. Wilson, - who recently died in
Hollidaysburg, in her 89th year, within
the two years previous 'to her death, cut
over a dozen teeth of a third set.
The boretigh authorities at Womeladorf,
Berko county, have decided - not to collect
any borough tax 'this year. They -have
enough'money in the treasury to carry
them over till next year. Happy Womels
Thieves_ recently entered two barns in
Berks county on the same night, killing
calf in one and a. fat heifer in the other.
The carcasses were dressed on the spot
and carried away, the offal being left to
inform the owners of the fate of their
stock. ' -
•It seems to be a higher crime in Blair
county to Steal a cow than to kill a demo
crat. George Williamson, convicted of the
larceny of a cow, nas been sentenced to
the penitentiary for. two years and a half,
and Isaac Lantz, who killed a democrat,
got two years and, one month.
Luzerne county has 'within her borders
586 miles of railroad track, (steam) of
which 3641 are main and 2111 sidings.
This is-considerably more than any other
- county in the State. Schuylkill comes
next in the category having 282 k of main
and 225 of sidings. The other counties.
in whole or in part included in the coal
region are possessed of tracks as follows.:
CarbOn,..main 125, sidings 115 ; North
umberland, Main 1441 siding 53k; eqlum
bia, main 62, siding 13; Dauphin; ,main
111, siding. 891 ; Philadelphia; exclilding
her 245 miles of street railway Itrackage,
has but 861 of maieand 111 of siding.
Ben Hill . received ten Republican votes
for United States Senator in the Georgia
Legislature . .
The Rhode Island. House of Represen
tatives has repealed the clause. of the
general statutes prohibiting the inter
marriage of• whites and blacks. • •
The grace• of George D. Prer ticP is
unmarked, but his fame its a poet and a
wit. will flash in brilliant corruscations
while the marked graies of thousands of
men arA unnoticed.
Young Joshua Sears, of Boston, was
charged $50,000 by his lawyers for their
services in obtaining an interpietation of
his father's will. The bill was omprom
ised by the payment of $25,000.
Parties are now in Washington apply
ing for the pardon of Tom Ballard, the
notorious counterfeiter. If ' his - pardon
cannot be secured, efforts, will be made
for the remission of part of his sentence,
which is thirty years' imprieoment. Ap
plication is also making for the pardon
of the 'counterfeiters Wilso'n Riggs and
Senator Gordon, of Georgia, after be
ing very ill, for some days, spoke in the
Senate Wednesday in advocacy of his-bill
to create a sinking fund for the liquida
tion of the Pacific railroad debt. After
leaving the Senate he had a severe chill,
and was compelled to go to bed, but his
physician' hopes to have him out in a
day or two: - - . •
St.. Joseph Mo., exults in the possession,
of a man of 80, who -for the past sewn
years has been compelled. 40 walk inces
,sently so long as he LS awake. Many
years ago he resorted inordinately to the
use of calomel; pains set in subsequently,
at.last settling in his poor feet, and now
he must make a Wandering Jew, a West
on, a Sergeant Bates, of hiniself. His
i physician has made a computation of his
.ascertained that, walking an
average of ten hours a day for seven years,
he has accomplished a distance of 25,000
miles, equal to the circumference of the
The case Of the United States-against
Gen. Belknap was dismissed last Thum.
day, on motion of . the District Attorney,
in accordance with directions from the
Attorney General, for the reason that the
evidence would not sustain the prosecu
tion.. The action of the Attornej Gen
eral is taken on the direction. of Presi
dent Grant, who indorses a report by the
District Attorney, as follows :
• In view of the within statement of the.
Distriet Attorney of the District of Colum
bia to the effect that he believes COM Vie
tiou improbable, and in view of the long.
suffering• of the accused and. the great ex
pense to which he has already been sub=
jected, I think the District Attorney
should be directed-to dismiss the tsuit.
V. S. GRANT.
LadieS who, wear do petticoats- attach a
handsome flounce with - buttons and but
ton boles. to the lower part of their under•
garments or file. short balmoral.
Plush_and satin are° regaining all their
lost prestige, and are, especially sought
after rot millinery purposes., both of these
materials are'excessively soft and becom
The newest thing in sleeye buttOnaare
'separabli; that is, the two, parts are,pon
neeted with a. spring, and'ho butto nhole
is 'required, eyelets permitting• the shank
to pass through.
A new and useflir philopcena, present
for a gentleman. to: give a lady is a:gold
hair pin. . Almost every lady prefers a
hair pin - as a glOve buttoner to any patent
that has been invented. '
A long, slender dress, without scarves
in front, and without looping 'at` Ile
• back, is being affected by elegantes. These
are: worn without - any tournure, and are
as straight down the back as the front.
But at the floor, the train spreads out sad-.
denty, like an open, fan, nog the wearer.
On bonnets, chenille in the form of
leaies arid fringes occupy ; a.prominent
po,ition. That favorite-coiffure of Mme.
de Stael's, the tairban, - proinises to revive
again, much to the delight of ladies who
remember-its popularity a few years ago.
The Danicheft is numbered among new
models for bonnets.
SPOTS upon the Sun do not visibly diminish
its brilliancy, but spots, pimples and blotches.
upon the fact:, neck, or arms seriously detract
from female beauty.' They may, however, be
completely removed - by the daily use of Glenn's
Sulphur:Soap. 'Depot, - Crittendon's 7 6th Ave.,
N. Y. Hill's Hair it Whisker Dye, black or
CLAIRVOYANT EXAMINATIONS TRIM.
There is no subject that requires so much
study and experience as the treatment of chron
ic diseases. The astonishing success and re
markable cures performed by Dr. • Butterfield,
are due to
. the l gi ft of clairvoyance, to the life
long study of the constitution of man, and the
curing of diseases from natural remedies. Cures
the worst forms of Scrofula, Catarrh, Piles, Fe
male Weakness, Diseases of tile. Heart, Lungs
or Kidneys. Will be at the Spaulding House,
Binghamton, Friday, and Saturday, March 9th
Jan. 'lO, 1877.
FAREIRA'S CONTINENTAL BALSAM, the great
est discovery of the age 1--This wonderful
Diarrhoea antidote will cure chronic diarrhoea of
long standing, and all other forms of that
dreadful disease. It is an unfailing remedy, for
the cure of Cholera, Cholera Infantum, Dysen
tery, Cramp, Colic, etc. If taken in time will
act like magic. This great medicine has been
in use for over fifteen years, and the most stub 7
born cases have yielded to its great powers.—
One trial will convince the most skeptical.—
Price 25 and 50 'cents per bottle. Sold by John
Faretra, sole proprietor, 224 North Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, and Druggists generally.
Feb. 14,1877.1 y
- A LARGB assortment of the latest , and
neatest styles of visiting and business cards
just received at this office. Call and' see them
before ordering elsewhere.
House and Lot to rent in Montrose, Enquire
of J.. B. McCollum. '
May 31, 1876.--tf.
The Democratic electors of Bridgewater Will
hold a caucus in Montrose, on Saturday, Feb.
17, at 2 o'clock p. m. to nominate candidates to
be voted • for. at the 'February election. /
BY ORDER OF Com
February 7,1877.-1 t
The sale of Taylor's Family Medicines is
steadily •on the increase. The sales of the past
year being more than double• of any previous
year. The reason of this is on account of the
genuine merits of the goods themselves and
the fair and impartial manner in which they
July 26, 1876. •
No business man need complain that he
is "too poor to advertise" when he can get the
latest style business cards printed at the DEM
OCRAT office for thre&dollars per thousand,and
other work in proportion.
MANY PERSONS during the winter season are
severely afflicted from the effects of Freezes or
chillblains. They can be -readily and perma
nently cured in a -few days merely by using
Taylor's Celebrated Oil once or twice a day.—
The same medicine is said, by imany, to be a
sure cure for corns. It can be obtained of any
Druggio or dealer in Medicines.
CIGAR AND CONFECTIONS.Ri STORE.
Having bought Louis Knoll's stock of Cigars,
Tobacco and Confectionery, I can furnish
first-class articles for the least money. Fine
summer drinks for the thirsty.
. JAMES ZEMAN.
• Montrose, July 26, 1876.
Persons visiting Binghamton wishing to
purchase dry goods would do well tozi , call on
°HI E & SHOLES.. They keep a first-ciass line
of dry goods and ready-made clothing on hand
all the time.. Alpacas, Merinos,and Cashmeres,
the finest line in the city. - No trouble to show
goods or send samples.
EVERYTHIIiG in the line of P re 'Dsmgs and
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes ' Pocket
books, Pocket knives, Tooth brushes, Flesh
brushes; Clothes and Hair brushes, Toilet soaps,
Fine toilet articles, Fahey goods, and a full line
of all the new and Popular Remedies can•be
found at.M. A. Lyon's Drug Store. Physicians
will find our stock complete, and composed of
the best articles that can be found in the market.
Montrose Pa. . Jan. 17th, 1.877.—tf
NEW HARNESS SHOP. ' -
- I take this method.. of informing the public
of Montrose and , vicinity that 1 have opened a.
new harness shop, one door below Searle's ex,
press office, second flnor, Public Avenue.,
I will build' new work of • the best qUality,
and repair with neatness and dispatch. and at
lowest rates. The patronage of thepublic is
Montrose, Oct. 18, 1876tf.
-We have just received a - very large, stock of
plain and fancy envelopes, letter and note pa
per,•plain and fancy bill,hea.d papers * cards of
all sizes and colors, colored poster papers, etc.
all of which we can afford to print cheaper
than any office in this or neighboring counties,
and in as good style. Work ]one in black and
colored inks. It you think there is any that
can beat 'us, give -us a trial, and we.will show
you-what we can do. All kinds of blanks on
hand or printed , to order. . -
POMONA GRANPE MEETING-. • -
A. regular , meeting of Susquehanna" County.
Pomona Grange wilt be held at Patrons' Ball,
in Montrose, Tuesday, March 6th, commencing
at 10 o'clock p.m. A lull and early attendance is
desired as there is important bulkiness to trans
act and according to the amended constitution,
a representation from it majority of subordinate
Granges in- the county Is necessary teconstitutb
a quorum.' -
S. It. Downing, State Grange Lecturer, will
be with us at that tithe. •
: 'SAMUEL Bmrra, Mater.
Feb: 7 1877
February Election Blanks for sale at this
Go TO DooLrrTLE's tor your - new style plc
Montrose, Dec: 2,17, 1876tt.
OLD Newspapers for sale at' this Office atteD
cents per dozen.
HANDBILI43 for AtiCtICT Bales, t te., printed
at the DEMOCIMT office in `, first-chi ss style and
at reasonable e a kes.
THE SEVENTH ANNUAL RECEPTION 01 Mold
rose Fire Company, No. 2, will , be held at Fire
men's Hall, on Thursday evening, Feb. 22,1877.
Refreshments, wiil be served trout - . 6 till 10
o'clock p. m. - Everything will be doneto make
it a pleasant occasion. A cordial invitation 'is
extended to all. . - COM.
WASRINGTON'S BIRTHDAY DAN I E.
A dance will be given at Ea 1e Hotel, New
Milttrd, Pa., on Thursday evening. Feb. 22d.—,
The conipany of yourself and ladies'is respect
fully sohcited: Music by Hager's Quadrille
Band. Bill $2. . -
P. PnasNEY, Proprietor.
Feb. 7, 1877.
OFFICLiL • RETURNS.
OFFICIAL Reaunits have
been positively received that you can get as
good a Stew of. Oysters at 'the Keystone Saloon
as you can in New York, Florida, Louisiana,
or any of the disputed 'States. This is posi
tively official and if you do not feel satisfied
call and see for yourself ; the records are open
to all. KEYSTONE SALOON. ,
Nov. 21, 1876. . • • '
MARBLE WORM. • .
The Tunkhannock Marble- Works. of Burns
& White are. doing a good business and are
getting out some very tasty jobs of. Head
Stones and Monuments. A. B. Burns, of the
Eagle Drug Store, is their authorized agent for
Montrose and vicinity. He has designs of
Head Stones and Monuments. Any orders left
with him will be proinptly filled• by Burns &
WE WOULD; advise all those Intending to
itake any purchases of Black Silks this , fall to
make them now, as there has been a great ad
vance in Raw Silk, Which must make a
material advance in manufactured goods. C.F.
Sisson &Co., Binghamton, inlorm us that they
have an unusually fine line of Black Silks pur
chased at very low prices, which they offer for
the present at old - prices, which are about 25
per cent less than-the goods can be purchased
now. They have a large stock of ,Black and
Colored . Cashmeres, together with an endless
variety of every description of Fall Press Goods
which they offer upon the most favdrable terms
Samples sent with . pl&sure to any address.'
No CrrnE, No PA.Y.
Kirby's Cough Balsarn,s very palatable com
pound, for the various affections of. the throat
and lungs. Used with great suc cess in case of
Asthma and Bronchitis. It is prekribed by the
physicians and endorsed by the people! , War
ranted to giye entire satisfaction or money re
Kirby's Magic Relief for the 'instant cure of
severe and acute pains. - 1
• Kirby's Tasteless Worm Lozengei. -- Sure,
safe and effectual. •
- Kirby's Condition Powders for quality, quan
tity and purity are superior , to any Powder-for
Kirby's Caniphor Ice for otiaped bands or
For sale by all Druggists in Montrose, and
Dealers in Medicines throughoutithexountry.
June 28,1876y1. •
Two lines In this; Directory, one year. $1.50; each ad
ditional line. 50 cents.
Wli . • HAGHWOUT, Stater. Wholesale. Jel Retail
dealer in all kinds of slate roofing, slate paint, etc.,
Roofs repaired with slate paint to order. Also, slate
paint for sale by the gallouorbarrel. Montrose.
BILLINGS STROUD, General, Fire and-Life Insur
ance Agents, also,' sell Railroad and Accidental
Tickets to New York and, Philadelphia—Office one
door east of Wm. II Cooper Co's bank.
WM. H.-BOYD & CO. Dealers in Stoves, hardwire,
and Manta ctnrers of Tin -and Sheet-Lon ware, c or-
tier of Main and Tnrnpike street.
A. N. Bullard, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions; Itooke,
Stationery and Yankee Notions; at the head of Ptib-
lic Avenue. .
WH. H . COOPER & 'CO., Bankers. SellPoreignPap
sage Tickets and. Drafts on England, Ireland, and
'ATM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer in , air arti
elee usually kept by the trade, oPposite the bank.
JAMES E. CARMALT, Attorney-at-Law. Office one
door below Tarbell House, Public Avenue.
H. ROSENTHAL, Auctioneer; Care S. Pilman & Co.,
SAVINGS BANK, NEW MILFORD. Six per cent.
interest on all Deposits. Does a general Bauking
business. S. B. CHASE & CO.
F E.. GARRET & SON, Dealer in Flour, feed, Meal,
Salt, Lime, Cement, Groceries Wand Provisions, or
Main Street, opposite the Depot:
N. P. KIMBER. Carriage Maker. Picture Framer,and
Vndertaker, a few rods from Phinney's Hotel, near
M. E. Church
H. P. DORAN. Merchant Tailor and dealer in Read)
Made Clothing, Dry Goods' Groceries add Provisions
COACH & CARRIAGE
Theundetsigsed wishes ta storm the_ üblic thal he
'prepared to do all kinds of
• . •
COACH, CA.TiRIAOII . , WAGON & 'SLEIGH ,
on short notice, in the hest style, and at reasonable
s ops At lotrt Fa;riaelgtor ylechulet 7 e e} A !f a : ksva l ontopimnpi t es
A. H. HICK::.
Montrose, Sept. 24.1816. -ly •
Counts! Business Directory.
NEW 3111 FORD.
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J. S. T
ItiOntrme, Jun. 10,1577..,,
-L - A- -Weestate of Parker. Gage late of Liberty,
twp. Stisquehannit County. Pennsylvania, deed.
Letters ;of Administration in the estate havlng
been granted to the undersigned, ell ,persons owing
said estate are requested to make immediate payment,
and all persons having claims against• said estate tire
requested to present them without delay. •
. - • WALTER.I I I3LLEB,
- Jan.,21,1877: 476. Admintett l itor..
A PAPER FOR THELABOWG CLASSES
1N EVERY 1311040 N.
The DIMOCRAT le a large 8, page paper, printed
oa an improved cylinder press. Lt .contains the Local
aad GeneratNewe,Btories, Poetry, Farm bistreta•Mar
bet Reports, etc., with. a: reliable dare ot adyertise-
Every Democrat shOuld hive It.
The interest : which . every Demomit has in the Anal
settlement of the . Presidential question, according to --,
the principles of . right and justice, renders a
'SOUND DEMOCRATIC. PAPS
a necessity in every Democratic,family. Such a paper
we Intend the DEMOCRAT shall be. • Subscribe for it
yourself, and call the attention of your neighbors to it.
TERMS—One year. $2 ; 6 months, $1; 8 months, 50
cents; Sample Coples,Free,
The DEMOCRAT circulates' lasly through this and
adjoining counties. and is increa sing wonderfully. It
is acknowledgedby all to be a first-class advertising
medium. Rates reasonable, considering the number
of readers reached.
JOB PRINTING. DEPARTMENT
We are constantly making additions to our already
LARGE ASSORTMENT. OF . TYPE,
And with our POUR PRINTING PRESSES, we are '
prepared to compete with all, INth iti prices and work.
We keep on hand a verylarge stock 01
PLAIN AND FANCY ENVELOPES, LETTER AND
NOTE PAPERS- PLAIN AND FANCY RILL
AIEAE PAPERS. CARDS OF EVERY SIZE
' „ AND COLOR. COLORED POSTER .
all of which we can afford tol i rint cheaper than any
office in this or neighboring c unties, and in as good '-
Work done in eztlier Blachor Colored Inks.
If you think that anybody can beat ns, give as a
WA', and we will show you what we can do. All kinds
of blanks on hand or pentad to ;order. Orders 5y Mail
"romptly attended to. • i
• !H4WLEY & CRUSER,
Montrose, Pa. " PUBLIBIEERS.
NEW STORE.. -
B. It. 'LYO.IUS 11;..CO.
TRUNI3 . S & SATCHELS,
PAPER HANGINGS, ,
FLOUR ct SALT,
RUBBER, and most kinds 'of: goods ,
Dr. Jayne's Family Medicines, &c.
All are invited to call and. see how wel
they can do by baying of
*J,. WESLEY HIII3BARD.
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Anthracite mined. Celebrated Prospect Colliery,
J: R. RAYNSFORD.
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All Coal thoroughly - screened..
orders left at Central Express Office Promptly filled.
BarclaY Coal for smithing purposes constantly on -
hand;: ; Iti.R.A.YIitiFORD.
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ft, • CIIINIST AND WUN SMITH. .
B gts loeite)d on Public Avenue, (basement , of R. O.
Sayreia'store buildink) where he is prepared to do all
k i n d s of arm smithing, hewing Machine repalrlng.Savr
Filing. Lock repairing andall light mechanical jobs
'short non ce ,. and : on_ as reasonable terms as can be
done else vhere._. Ali work warranted. Orders man
promPtly attended to. ' , Your patrorilue is solicited
40:4 satistii4l9ll. gr.arriutee4, w.„ tK
• r arose; Auf b .losiett. -- • • • —l-7"--
BORDERS, INKS, ETC.
liave opened a store in
BOOTS & SHOES,
that are wanted.