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LIS P OF THE OUTSTANDING BALANCES
Due at Settlement with the Auditors for the Year 1.836.
Township. Ea m iief Collector. County Tax. State Tar. Militia Fines,
Robisop, 466 33
Tell,' Jonathan Briggs,
Walker, A. B. Sungaree,
Barrer, Charles Cowden,
*Porter, Jacob Bough,
Union, James Hampson,
Dublin, Thomas W. Neely,
Franklin, John H. Stonebraker,
Springfield, William Ramsey,
Tell, Geol., May,
*Franklin, John Conrad,
Jackson, David S. Bell,
IClay, Daniel Curfman,
• i Charles Green,
Tod, Jesse Cook,
*Tod, ' Solomon Houck,
Walker, John Cooker,
Conn, Joshua Greenland,
Dublin, Robert Peterson, •
sFran!ilin, William Mllwaiu,
llnuderson, Luke Vorhees,
Unioa, \Vilna. Smith,
Warne, William Couch,
Brady, John Mei/inlaid,
Wass, George Smith,
Cromwell, Michael Myers,
Franklin, John Laport,
Porter, William D. Shaw,
Tod, John M'Clain, 101 05 34 30
Walker. Joseph Douglass, 214 67 111 62
Warriorsmark, William I futehison, 10 50
f Barre°, Jelin Smith, 740 03 584 39
'Brady, Christian Miller, 415 73 . 255 15
Ness, John Bowman, 142 77 74 44
NinYi William Cunningham, 329 78 237 08
tCrom well, David Bloke, GOG 16 364 32
'ithin), William Appleby, 325 74 220 00
i - Frunklin, Alexander Ewing, 921 86 722 68
sllendersiin, Andrew Decker, 72 56 48 98
flluntingdon, J. M. Simpson, 370 83 .32 36
i' Hopewell, John Beaver, 389 78 283 58
f.laclmon, Thomas Osborn, 914 96 626 92
(Morris, Abraham Isenberg, 889 29 648 81
Wenn, Abraham Grubb, Jr., 165 83 42 98
frorter, Peter Piper, 763 09 411 37
'Shirley, John M . Kinstry, 633 45 350 74
fSpringlield, Benedict Stevens, 212 30 145 18
belt, Samuel Parsons, 290 37 185 29
rind, Benjamin F. Baker, 530 04 419 47 G 00
'Union, William Chileatt, . 58 58 13 85 12 50
'1 - Walker, John Thompson, 718 11 500 89 46 50
.1 - Warrio rs to ark, W Win in W i.ay, 667 95 413 00 37 00
'West, Mordecai Ilenry. 1460 92 912 01 65 50
ft appears from receipts on Mr. Conrad's Duplicate that the above amount PM paid to Mr.
Neil; former Treasure:, and not credited on the Treasurer's book.
* lle alumni t most guiding apinst Mr. Baugh, in said to have been collected by Sheriff Cron n•
over, and not paid over to the Treasurer.
f 6ince paid in port. : Since paid in tell.
Give!' uuder seal of office January 23d, 1856.
ATTEST II::YRY MILLI., ('k,,
w 1 Tflli II I.:ST,"
WELISTEICS Quarto DICTIONAIIY.
own: win! to e,..7
. 11 e.ouning.ro , un. stwlent,
ry one ;hi ii 111011,111,1 right or Ion
g•1:1,--1i:0111,111111, ortin,,fraphy, and prom.,
e io ;.,:n a g.,,0‘l Engli:lL 1,1.0110-
N. \ Y 7--:,i' nuc,•,,,,ty and perm:lnca
v3lo, llNAIM11)01 , :1) is now
Stan.l,lol, ..tonstandy eked on
r .1 in our court , : or Justice, in our
D.A.:sellers in Iluntiiigcliin
1.1.',; SCII ' OOI. DICTIONARIES.
A NEE' HOUSE A.ND A LOT
ii l oll SALE.
;:lt r i,;11 5,.! on the 1 dth day of
Fehrssrv. I inn, a lot of ground in the oil
e or tti,...ndt Gap, Dubiin
Iluatin,t , l,:n co., on which 18 1; ;
o,ttsi a new house and ft s table.
This propertyls just in front of
the Milimssi Academy, and welkitnated lor
business. Sale to comment,' rt 1 o'clock,
Terms made known on day at sat o.
Jan. :10, 185G.-3t. J. FELMLEE.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS OF
lLtaatt een, January 28th, 1836.
To Me Srbool Diee,torl then! iugdou
(IENTLEME , :—A ppl',eation harin be. le
bv the Hoards of Direet , rs of a the
School Districts in Hunlingd•u; • ••, utS
their desire to increase the S.lar, • • :
Superintendent of said Conaly y t aro re
speetfully requested to meet in t 1•,... ;:tin at
the ('ours Honor, in Huntingdon, etc Thursday
the 28th day of February 1856, nt three oleloel:
in the nfternoon, for the purpose above slated,
areordintr to the terms of the Ei.41,114 section of
tl,e Supplement to the School Law, apppoved
the Bth day of May, 1831.
Very Respectfully Yours,
A. Ti. curarN,
Superintendent of Common Schools.
Jansb3o, 18511.-3 t.
For Sale or Rent.
I offer the well known "Alexan
(kin Foundry," with all the pat-,
terns, (fur Stoves, Ploughs, &c.,)
fir rent or sole; npplication should "
be made to me immediately.
Alexandria, Jan. 23, 1856. I
Bodenhamer on the Piles.
Now Ready. Practical Observations on some
of the diseases of the Rectum, Anus, and Con
tinuous Textures—giving their Nature, Sent,
Causes, Symptoms, Consequences, and Preven
tion—especially addressed to non-medical rm.
tiers. By W. Bodenhamer, M.D. Second edi
tion, with plut. s, Ce. Svc,. 52.
.1. S. REDFIELD, No. 34 Beckman st.
IRINTINGOON COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
There has been openers in the Hall formerly oc
1. copied by the "Sons of Temperance" in the
Borough of Huntingdon, a School under tho a
bove title, in whivh, is proposed to be given at
ii as his coarse of Instruction and Practice in
Sio,t le and Double Entry Hook-Keeping. Also
lecturer on Commercial Law, will ho givrn in
rego tar course, by the most talented members of
Students cnn enter at any time, a day or eve
ning Class, or both ii they wish. For any other
particulars, address personally or by letter
I'. 11. POLLOCH. Principal.
Huntingdon, Dee. 19, 1855.-310
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The Partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, is this day by mutual consent
dissolved. Tho business will be carried on
herenllet•, by John linvett.Jr..nt the old stand.
RoBERT hi. CUNNINGHAM.
Dr. John McCulloch,
Gni, his professional services to tile Citizens of
Iltuitingdon and vicinity. Office, Mr. Ithdo
brwas, between tlio Exchange and Jackson . '
Iluntingilon, Aug. 29, 16Xfi.
BENJ. K. N EFT, Commissioners.
JACOB BAKER, JJJ
RE YOU INSURED 1
L - EXCHANGE INSURANCE en.,
NO. 11 MERCHANTS' EXCIIIANUE,
FIRE INSURANCE, perpetual or limited.
made in town Of country, on every description
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. •
E J. liIoDOWELL, Jo., Secretary.
n."D',""iE.TtY." ' •".
Orphan's Court Sale.
In pursuance °fan order of the Orphan's Court
of Huntingdon County, the undersigned act
ing administrator of William Dean Esq., deed.
will expose to sale by public vendee on the pre
mises, on Saturday, the kith day of February,
at one o'clock, I'. M., two certain adjoin-
Mg lots of ground in the Borough of Ak•xan
dna, in the County of Huntingdon, fruntinA
upon the southern side of the Turnpike and ex
tending in depth to the Juniata River, adjoin•
ing n cross street on tho West, and a lot now
or lately owned by John Cresswell, Esq., on
th e East ; the same being eneh sixty feet in
front and numbered 3 & 4 in the plan of said
borough ; on elle of which is erected a two
Ellstory LOG 1101. 7 5 E and Kitchen.n•
d' Both encl,cd by a fence.
TIMMS OF SALE.—One-half of the
purchase money to be paid ou continuation of
.1,, and the rc-:idue in ono year themafter,
with interest, to be secured by bond and mart
gage of the purebrunr.
Jan 23, 18.56.-3 i.
An Improvement worth 3 of the Pro
ALDRICII & FOOTEN
PATENT WASHING MACHINE.
subscriber is prepared to furnish eery
citizen of the COMMOTH, 03101 with one of
these superb articles, acknowledged by all who
have them in use, and by every one who has tes
ted them, to be superior to anything of the kind
evcrbrought before the public.
They are made of the best material, ender the
suporvkion of the subscriber, who is prepared to
deliver thou at any paint in this or the adjoining
Thili Maine possesses many advan
tages over any other of the kind, from the fact,
that it in no manner wears the clothing, use less
soap, and is easier worked.
Thu price ranges from six to seven dollars.
The subscriher warrants this machine to give
entire autisfitction. It it does not do everything
he sap, no charge %till be made. A trial is car
tiently invited end perfect satisfaction warranted.
A strong recommendation for the machine is
the number already sold.
Any person who wishes one of these articles,
ran bo tmommodateil by addressing
H. J. WILLIAMS,
Alexandria, Hunt. Co„, Pa.
Jan. 1,1856. May ao, 1855.-1 y
HENRY W. OVER MAN,
No. 6, South Third Street,
Importer of French Calf Skins;
MANUFACTURER AND GINETTAL
Has Constantly on Hand, and Always
Finishing, all kinds of
Leather,Slorncco, Calf tzkins.Sheep
Skins, o , dice.
The attention of Country Merchants .4 Men
ufacturers, is solicited,
RED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER.
January 2,1856.—1 y.
To Iron Manufacturers.
The subscriber has recently discovered an ore
benk which will yield an abundant supply of
Iron Ore.—Thls Oro Bank is on a small tract of
land (belonging to the subscriber) containing a
bout twenty acres—situated in Walker "rown
ship, about ono mile and three quarters from the
station on the Broad Top Railroad, near Me-
Specimens of the ore may be seen in Hunt
ingdon at the Ticket office of the Penna. Cen
The subscriber will either sell or lease the a
j bone tract of land. _
.1011 W Lwg,
January 2, 1852
The undersigned purposes publishing provid
ed sufficient encouragement he obtained, a Map
of Huntingdon County. Said Map to be con
structed by actual survey of all the public Roads
Railroads, Rivers, Streams, Canals, Township
Lines, &c., and every place of note contained in
said comity carefully shown in their respective
places, and the name and place of residence of
nearly every businessman in said county, and the
branch of Business followed by each one respec
tively, and the place marked where nearly all the
farm buildings stand, and the proprietor's and
occupant's names. Said map to contain from
fourteen to eighteen feet of engraving, and to be
finished in the most modern style and workman
likv mnner, she. WILLIAM CHRISTY.
nee. 10, 1855.—tf.
& WINVVIt 000094
AT T lIE
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
tUNNINGUAM. & DUNN have just returned
from Philadelphia, and are now opening at
the head of the Broad Top Deihl tflurge and
beonilld a,tortruent of Fall & Winter Goods
Dry Gi;ods, Groceries, Hard-wale,
Hats. boots and shoes.
se iiioW-Wit re. _ _
lkfady Mate Clothing always on hand.
and in short ei,rything that is usually kept in a
BAC . ON. SALT, FISH AND PLASTER,
kept con,antly for Sale.
Call and evantina our 1 tf..to. purAn.
air; clsewli.u•e, a n d ace wl,ther we Lwow
inui,r it rota• intercbt to 'arolds° as.
All kinds of country prod:ice taken in ex
change fin• Goods at the highest market prices.
The highest market Ink.es paid for all kinds
Prompt attontion pnid to storing ond forward ,
ing oil kinds of merchandise, produce, ao.
Huntingdon, Oct., 10 ',Slit,.
30,000 MEN KILLED
The undersigned has just returned frifin the
qty with a large and tplendid ~,urtincut
Fall and Winter Goods, •
wliirlt he is now prepared Pi diflaise of at very
',wand rtasonable rates. Persons desiring to
onrohase will find it to their iricreat to giv e l i ;ni
rail before purchasing else, ,ro. as be otndi
only to plfase. lfi, stock 1,11, I , 1:1 large lai
Dry Goods, Hal
:4J gl7 la Y it:AT
Glass & Queei,sware,
large and av,ort2lcut of ready made
C LOTH I N' G,
which ho is prepnrod to_so , l! . hi lotr .................
N. 13.—Country produce t:dien in exchange
for g 00,14.
blotirsville, Nov. 7, 1857.--tf.
I In. it. COI'FLIOS Truss 411111 Eince
.111eithetr.. St., Huil rl,,t
burq. ~ , ,,,sustly on ilarsh
Toed Trusse.l—cvery ,c) le uk,7 size; Line French
emist rut:fib - A; extreme`ttlortncis - ,
with care and comiort.
Di, Banning's ',ace for Prolapses Uteri and
its associate paina and weaknesses; Erector 1:r•a
-t'rs and Chest Expanders or approved make.
CO - Special attention invited to Banning's to
ted improvement-6u Spring-Spina Shoulder
Intro, adapted to all with stooped shoulders,
narrow ehost, and spinal weakness. It attaches
to the Body Brace, is easy, elegant and ofte , •tive.
Orders from a distance 'promptly attended te.
Portent writing fit' Trusses will state No inches
around body, over rupture t for Body Brace, NO.
iodic. around hips ; for Spring-Spina-Shoulder
Attachment. No. inches around chest under arm
pits. Instruments not fitting, exchanged, if re
Dec. 5. 1555.-3 mo.
A. FARM FOR SALE.
rp HE subscriber eon for sale a tract of land
I situate in Henderson township. Huntingdon
Clint bounded by lands of Peter Swoope, John
McCurtney's heirs, nod others, containing
115 and one-half Acres,
about 110 acres are cleared and in a goodstato
at calf cation, the balance being well timbered.
Th e he rrovotnentBrr,.
are good LOO
A lf HOUSE, NEW
BARN, a ir. ,
IV iON SHED, a CORN CRIB, two good
OliellAlHlS and a itever.fitiling SPRING of
water near the house. This limn is situated
six toilet irnm the town of Huntingdon.
Terms will be made easy to suit Purchaser.
October: 1, IRss.—tf.
Voile, is hereby given that Letters Testamcn
, tary on the estate of Tobias Burnish, late of
Mortis tn., llantingdon co., dce'tl., hare been
granted to the undersigned. All persons indebt
ed to said estate are la:toasted to make immedi
ate paymeni, and those having claims to present
them duly methentleated 4 1,r smaniunt.
DAVID STEWART, )
JACOB BAI C E xeru e s ,
January 2,18.16.-6 t•
DR. H. 1.. BROWN,
Drums his thanks to his former patrons, and
I,would reipecifully announce that he 1,4 a
gain resumed the practice of medicine, and will
at all times he found at home, when not pruhis
Charges extremely moderate.
eassville, January Ist, 1836.-2 m.
Drs. MILLER & FIIAZEII,,
. . Offices on Hill Street, opps,ite
the Ciurt Honme, end North East
1 " . " Corner of Hill and Franklin.
INDUSTRY NEST PROSPER.
TN. BALL respectfully solicits the
•of the flirming community to a quality of
P/ougha which Ito is now inamillieturing, and will
have ready for sale in a low days, ho is siso pre
pared to to Ike harrows, wagons, carts, wheel
barrows, 4:e., &e., and to do all hind of repairing
at the shortest notice, and in tin most substantial
Sltops2llN. W. corner ot Montgmory nod Wash
March 27 ISs2—tf.
FRITZ, HI:IMM & CO.
No. 29 North THIRD Street, rinLA.
1 TOROCCO MAN I,ACTUREIIB, Cunnums and
B 1 !armlet:its or FRENCH CALF SKINS,
0101 dealers in Ran and o.ta SOLE LEATHER
Fob. 20th 1855.-Iy.
LP. taiilli g6ll-0
ATTORNEY 7' LA11",
Will attend to all businws entrubted to blot. Of
ti.•c nearly oppoitito tho °port Room
Ntnty 5, 'la
J. IV. Tlllo,liii9tisL•ii, Zi.e 1,
aTirM l2l[B:- I 12 ' 2 / fA U.
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA.:
Davenport, lowa. a>
Attends to buying, selling and locating Lund,
and land warrants, pays taxer, loans Mom on
Real Estuto security, on commission, C. 111111,4
and makes abstracts of title, &e. Any business
intrusted, trill be attended to promptly and with
Refer to Ilan. Geo. Taylor and Members of
the Bar nt fluntiotplott.
November 21, 1655.—em.•
Moil. is hereby given that Letters TCstittnen
JA tory on the estate of Thomas VV. Neely, Into
of Dublin township, Hunt ngti on County, have
been granted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
payment without delay, and those having datums
to present them duly authenticated for settle
ment. JAMES CAPE,
B. FRANKLIN NEFLI,
Dec. It, 18.55.*tit.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between the undersign
ed (trading under the firm of Conch & Dunn.)
is this day. ili-sielved I.y mutual consent. The
books of said firm are in the hands a( David
Dimn , vhain nil concerned will please to
make immediate settlement.
Ai 'lllO, ISOO-tr.
rKM:O . VA7.4.
A IRS. SARAH IiULP wishes to inform the
ot Huntingdon nipl the surrounding
country that she 11,15 1110 Veil IleXt door to Charles
ti:.ove the 19.edlyterian Church, Hill St.,
where she intend, currying on the Mncy toil
straw :Milliner): busine , s. tinning received the
Intest city fashion, she in prepared to attend to
110 that luny thvor her With their custom.
April 10, 11;355--tf S. A.
Whatever partnership whieli existed between
the undersb..;iied in the Surveyiti4 business has
bewi dissolved by mutual consent.
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
J. F. 11.1MEY.
rill be conducted RS formerly
I;'.i ~.- t 1;
111)31IN IS'FRATOR'S NOTICE,
ottors of Adnii.iitoratioli e.ttit, of
I j.lolin 13.111:o'.!
I tot tittgil , ,l (4, • • . , •
tql to the wit!. t.i I. ;,;: 1. •
dttlr :1111i1 , 111::::1IA, ilt I, •
solvo6 irdulritd, will oiiilii intim-414;w iitiyooriii.
HOOERT UAW!, POW ELL.
,;'II , COTT gSsTi'ff:in%
Attorneys at Law,
(fire same us thus formerly occupied by Toll]
A. W. CE:VED2CI',
.IT of:ATI - AT LAW.
Informs his obl friends and ho public that Ito
has returned to his old home, and a :atend to
all business in his profession, entrusted to hint,
'with fidelity and his host abilit y.
alico in :%laitt Stnet.south bide, the 1101.,C
below the Court house.
Huntingdon, 111Ity 18. 1052.
Adaws Co.'s Express.
T. K. SIMONTON, Agent, Hun:higdon
Money, Packages, and goods °loll kinds, re
ccivol and forwarded at t he risk t.,l* the company,
to all the citiotand principallown, in this United
state May 1,'52,
J. '. - - 1 - . laLPZIC.fil] 21.'1,11'21
0:0 'LINT I IInItZTCOL
Office with DANIEr. AFRICA, Esq., Hill street
between 31untgomery and Smith streets, linut •
ingdun, l'eun'a. [ Sept. 20,'5t.[ tf.
0 ia:kill.Ar 0 r
sel ' o
seli c ' JOB OFFICE 4°) ff).
or TIIE 0 ,
. ', 0 e 6 HUNT. JOURNAL."::
• O The la rycq. un.l 6,4
g JOB OFFICE
4 9i ( 0 ) THE COUNT): ;:;>
41- . ; 0 JOB-WORK >
, ( 00
' 1 ;;t 11 2ll • '
‹.14:, 0 EXECUTED ,•,:'
S' ( i ) :, As Cheap cts dee Cherwst,: ) )
° anD Yin '
(), THAN o
4 , 7:3 Tt tlir.
g,.11 3ATISFA el lON IS
‹ . ) . 1 WARRANTED. 0
o All kinds of O
411 g BLANKS c o' `,.•:>
• ° .
441 (,) )0 (1- 2 0: DZ )
I .CCi fV V 7:J**3
ALMANAC FOR Ig6G.
September, December. II Mi
January, April, Ju F
Directions for ning -.-1—
First find the mouth; then 8, 9
tracealong the lino to the —!—
vi l la, till yen find the day 15 10
of the week; then down --!
the column, to you find 22 23
the day of the month. .
j ti ,t recei
ing emint, ; SIICII Ili .MCI
und Cokac.l Silks earl ery
66.1, anti Ale,
one nl' iI:U
inazetts, Ulove, "icvcry
and tho best as,or,lnci,t
A splendid h;t orthe ;
of every variety, u
of every rlcscrilec 2.1111 at
can be got at any call, bre,e.
the large,t ::e.l Lot
end every variety kit' 1;00.1,.
kept in n countr
hirY )1111 01 the
rho best asnortment of t . 4rnrt al: I %
juet receivud aml for . .'e .*:
rrho linwisotnest .
sine Cloth, Lailllo Clot
Paratnette Cloth, ni
de lanes, or the
500 webs nssorted Vrints, just ree, , ,
for .10 by .1. & W.
Mlle greatest variety of lloot , ‘ no.l
L offered Cur sale by J. &W. SAX I
4, , T1.1111111111g:
.• ' ' (
• L; . • J., by J
The hand , oniest
juit n•rr'd anti fur
SAMUEL T. Bnowm
r [ ,l ..
af , , , ,tment ilt•!i
If you limit to by:,-
D.:'. C;win ja:L .
',tilt a large. ail
Prints or all
nters. I Ltin uutl ra,cy
ALSO. n largo fot of
Buttons, Ribbontls. Dont:,
NV,,olen .111.1r . ..t0rn Lrer , . I
derslceven. Collars. Cllimaz••it..
Loaner., au.l a variety of .I. , rcs. ,
mem,: to nienti,n 7
lanaelg of all knoll, Lin •
Coco., Shawls, Con
died 31.11 n,,
Groceries oral! kluils,
' 1t..7.11,77A7 717,
m i el:ets, ;:iia •
kept in a country tt ete.
My Ohl 11,0111 C, 11110
can crowd in arc
anal examine ioy
.111 k n 1, of 1,01
f o r th.
Clitastal)erslalarg & :;f.i. 11.-.,..
STAGE LINE 11:11,V11.,:ii.A.
111111, ,igne I v
the lihe el - Stow , ever
Ili:lll,,t , tag , niti to a ',elk, I ,
haw, at con,iderahlo atql t
OtrallgeltlelltS to run a line el S:a;4c
between tl:c teen point,. Good ther
fort:thin Sta4eS haver !leen en the route. I
au.' experienced and trusty drivers will s -
tend the running ee tho...C.,aclie'. The
tor or the line is that it to mai,
and he thererore calls gnu the puhlie ec
let patronise it, confident that it will he ter t
mutual advantage. Every attention twee,
will he given, and the running uf the Stagea wit'
C.Lp - Stages kave Iklt. Union, every
Thrsday, nna sutu.hi s evenm .e, inri. in
Cletnihershurg the next tiny at 2 tel
turning, leave Chemberslnirg the sun... 11,1'
10 o'clock, arriving at Mt. Union eally t,:e
lowing evening in tinter ter the Car... Si:
stop at Shirleyshurg, Orldsoota, bi,de
Burnt. Cabins Fannettshurg, Ilurso Vaiky
Strasburg end Cabins,
eiitil'arethrotigh $3,00: to intermediate pule
August 22, 185;:,—ti,
BUOKS I Lo -.7
30,000 VOLUMES k
low their retail Fri.
T WI T.
• • •
I 11, stal,ciabel IN Itolto to ..is ii iit r
-1.1114 frietols and
very largely to his oh catty exten , iee t - .li , 51
stock of new tool ,tolothir hool.s—,o .•o•k
hostel at great a v:triety at Om 1,, , ~•
04 the City llook Stores. His STA
is or ,rent t.,rietr :1,1,1 well •• rd. : .•11-
ey most Plato Note Leta, :ma s , •
}Antelopes. Gold Pens owl t , il , v; s:t !.,
front $1 upwords, Pen antl ‘.1.1 ,•-.
Mminnie- nn,l I', not- Ito 1,-, 155!, ; ;;;:. .. 5. i.
Itazor-sti , l , s ati.l
'IV T 1
'AI 1.! I: F.
School Mulls. eottiory
ntlis :ma tt,..01 ,, zit City Nt 1.1 . 1 k 13.
rat,i•inv paper ennst.ii ti. on '
t ()( It I WALL l'.11 . 1r: O, t: Or CV
s k.' ;1 , 1% 1 . 0) et 3,111
Willi Putnam', 1',1 , .164
All then .it lc I': ht. re
tail prices, tali11:111 eX:1111i1 , C, "1 c 0.`1,1
please." Store on St. Unto in,.
net. 17. 1855
call anti Ste
h_v .1. V
at J. V
'; • of Bel
'.il i,~.'..~ .ill
• ,•••-• 7•,•)1,/.•1
311.1 1., ;
kind' ht the shorte:t not:,
r T• n r
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t ; NI;