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flrsthe produces a receipt for the payment within
jeers of State or County tax assessed agreeably
to the Constitution and give _ satisfactory evidence,
either on his oath or affirmation of another, that be
bus paid such tax or on failure to produce a receipt
shal make oath to the payment thereof ; or second,
he claims a right to vote, by being an elector be
tween the age of 21 and "22 years,he ahull dispose on
oath or an affirmation that he has resided in the
State at least one year next before his application
and make such proof of residence in his district as
required by this Act, and that he does verily be
lieve from the account given him that be is of the
aforesaid age and givetuch other evidence as is re
quired by this Act, whereupon the name of the per
son so admitted to v..te shall be inserted in the al
phabetical list bv the Inspectors, and a note made
opposite thereto by writing the word 'tax,' is he
shall be admitted to vote by reason ot having paid a
tax, ot the word 'age,' if he shall be permitted to
vote on account ot his age, and neither case the
raw>n of such vote st all be called out to the cleik's,
who shall mare it in the list of 'Oters kept by them.
"If any person shall prevent or atfqmpt to prevent
any officer of an election,or use or threaten any vio
lence to any such officer, or shall i ntorfere with biin
in the execution of his duty or shall block op or at
tempt to block the window or avenue or any windov
where the same may be holden, or shall riotously
disturb the peace at su h election or shall use or
practice any intimidation, th-eats, force or violence,
with design to influence unduly or overawe any
elector to prevent him from voting or to restrain the
freedom of choice, such person or conviction shall be
fined in any sum not exceding five hundred dollars
and be imprisoned for any time not less than one nor
more thuu twelve months ; and if it shall be shown
to the Court where the trial of such offence shall be
bad that the person so offending was not a resident
of the city, ward, district or township where the of
fence was committed .and not entitled to a vote
herein, then, on conviction he shall be sentenced to
pay a fine ot not leas than one hundred dollars and
t>e imprisoned not less six months nor more than two
Agreeable to the provisions of the sixty-first sec
tion of said Act, every general and special election
shall be opened between the hours of eight and ten
in the forenoon and shall continue without interrup
tion or adjournment until seven o'clock in the even
ing. when the polls shall be closed.
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the TCth
section or the Act, the Judges of the aforesaid dis
tricts resp o-'ively shall take charge of he certificate
or returu of the election of their respective districts,
end produce them at a meeting of on Judge from
each distrsct, at the Court House; in the Borough of
Tunkhannoek, on the third day after the day of
election, being tbe 16th day of October next, then
and there to do and perform the duties required by
law of sa d Judges. Also, that where a Judge by
sickness or unavoidable acci lent is unable to attend
said meeting of Judges then the certificate or return
aforesaid shall be taken charge of by one of the In
spectors or Clerks of election of said district, who
shall do ai>d perform the duties required of said
Judge unable to attend.
Also, that io the 31st section of said Act, it is en
acted, that when two or more counties shall compose
a dwtiict for the choice of a member or members of
the senate of this Common wealth, or the House ol
Representatives of /he United Slates or of this Com
monwealth. or President Judge, the Judges of the
election in each county having met as aforesaid, the
Clerks shall make out a faiistatement of all the votes
which shall have been given at such election, within
the county for every persons voted for, as such mem
ber or members, or President Judge, which shall IKS
signed by said Judges and attested by the Clerks;
and one of the said Judges shall take charge of said
certificate and shall produce the same at a meeting
of one Judge from each county in such disirictsas is
or may be appointed by law for this purpose, which
meeting shall be held the seventh day after the
Given under my hand at my office in tbo Borough,
of Tunkhannoek, tbe 14:hdayof Sept. I>, 1865
(GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH.)
AIIIRA GAY, Sheriff.
Sept 14th, 1865
letteas of Administration *n the estate of Wil-
J ItHm Henry Baker, late of Meshoppim Town
ship, Dec'd, having been granted to the undersigned;
notice is hereby gtven to persons indebted t> said
estate, to come forward and pay tbe same ; and to
all persons having claims or demands against said
estate to present them duly authenticated, for set
tlement, without delav.
ROSAXNA BAKER, Adm'x.
CHI BCIIW ELL YAXOSDELL. Adui'r.
Meahoppen, Sept, 15th, 1865.
Cams to the enclosure of the subscribe! no or
a bout the first day of July last a red hciter—two
years old. The owuer is requested to come forward
p ove property,.pay charges and take her away ;
ctnvrwise he wi I be "disposed according to law.
GEORGE \Y DRAKE,
Eaton Sept 20th 1565.
r5 i.P Twka.
Letters of ndinioi.-tration on the Estate of Amy
liosengraut Dec'd, 1 ate of Eaton Tp having been
granted the undetsigned, notice is hereby given to
all persons iudebttd to said Estate, to come forward
and pay tbe sune and to all persons having claims or
dem <nds against said estate, to present thetn f;r
settlement without delay to
D D. DEW ITT, Adm'r
Tunkhannoek Sept -sth 1865.
The Subscriber having had a sixteen years prac
tical experience in cutting and making clothing,
now offers bis services in tl is line to the citizens of
f ACTonrvn.LK and vicinity.
Those wishing to get Fits will find his shop
place to get them.
JOEL, R, SMITH
Editor of Democrat:
DEAR SIR —With your permission, I wish to say
te the readers of your paper that I will send, by
retur mail, to all who wish it (free) a recipe with
full directions for making and uing a simple Veg
etable Balm, that will effectually remove, in ten
days, Pimples, Blotches, Tao, Freckles, and all Im
purities of the fkin, leaving the same soft, clear,
smooth, and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those having Bald Heads
or Bare Facees simple directions and information,
that will enable them to start a full growth of Lux
uriant Hair Whiskers, or a Moustache, in less than
These recipes are valuable to both old and
young, and as tbey are mailed to atl who need
them free ofebarge,- they are worthy the attention
of all who priso clear, pure Skin, or a bewlthy
growth oi hair.
All applications answered be return mall, without
Respectfully yours, THOS. F. CHAPMAN
Chemist anl Perfumer, No. 831 Broadway N. Y.
UN IT ML) STATKS
NOTICE is hereby given, that tbe Annual List of
Excise Taxes for 1565, has been transmitted
to me by the Assessor, and the same has becom. doe
and payable, and that the Collector will attend in
the Codnty of Wyoming. (In person or by deputy,)
at the times and places heretnaffer mentioned, for
the purpose of receiving the same:
STERLINGVILLE, Thursday, September '29, till
4 o'clock p. m at the ,iotel lately kept bv J. Lib
TUN KHAN NOCK, Friday, Septeinbor 29,
"*• uu 3 °' cl " k ' p - "
a. lLwk!iV!!E glv,n - tbftt * ll P*r>OM who neglect
£££%! and "™>M"aed upon them.
Ip - wUI b *i*tlc te pa, 10
P*ro*nt ad'iitiou upon the amount thereof. Pay
*!n iT/Hp ea V Dy *• and places
mentioned. Payments must be made in govern
ment funds, or notes o*" National Banks.
m-„ . . ® U BCOTT, Col, 13 Di.trict, Paun .
•eHeetoPs Office, Tewaoda, > ~ -r - ™.
The Subscribers, having purchased the building
formally occupied by Mrs. Mirths Kitchen, as a
Picture Galien, nc-arly opposite the Barber Shop,
on Tioga Street, and fitted it up, regardless of ex
pense, are now prepared to furnish: all the Modern
| Styles of pictures, including • < ,
CARTES BE VISSTE,
| VIGNETTES, AMBItOTYPES.
ME LA INO TYPES, FERROTYPES,
IVORYTYPES, &c, &c,
n the latest ar.d most aporove 1 styles, and at the
1 )wet prices. Having spired no pains or expeo-e
in making our Sky-Light one of the BEST in the
country, and having purchased the best French
Cameras that are made, we feel confident that we
are able to turn out pictures EQUAL if not SUPE
RIOR to any in the country, especially as we
LET NO PICTURE LEAVE THE
GALLERY, UNLESS IT BE A
Our department for Colored Work is com
plete, and we can fiirt,i.sli Pic'uns in Indian
InK, Water or Od Colors from
Card to Life-Size,
In the highest style of the art, hiving made ar
rangements with a first Class Artisi, from New York
to that effect.
We would also call attention to our facilities for
.copying, as we are prepared to make large pictures
' frriui small ones, asuccuinte as'froin life, also ; card
piotuies taken.STrom obi pictures of all kinds,
Gilt, Rosewood, Bel
gian And liiiion
of all tbe latest styles, constantly on hand
Call and see our Specimens and judge for your
HERMANS A CULLING WORTH.
Tuukhannock, Aug '2, 1865
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
\ RE the most perfect purgative which we are
ix. able to produce or which we ihink has ever yet
been made by any body. Their effecis have abun
dantly shown to the community how much thev ex
cel the ordinary medicines iu use. They are safe
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Tlyir
penetrating properties stimulate vital activities of
| the body, remove the obstructions ol its organs, puri
,fy the blo~d. and expel disease. They purge out
ihe foul humors which breed and grow distemper,
stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their
natural action, anl impart a healthy tone with
strength to the whole system. Not only do they
cure the every-day complaints of overy-body, but
also formidable ana dangerous diseases. While they
produce powerful effe. ts, they are at the same time,
n diminished doses, the safest and best physic that
'■an be employed tor childrui. Being sugar coated,
thev are pleasant to take ; and, being purely vege
table are free from any r'sk of haim. Cures have
be 'n made which surpass belief, wre they not sub
stantiated by men of such exalted position and char
acter. ns to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many
eminent clergymen and phisiciana have lent their
names to certify to the public the relijhility ~f rem
edies, while others have sent ns the assurance of
their conviction that. <ur Preparations contribute
immensely to the relief four afflicted, suffering fel
Tbe Agent below named is pleased to furnish
gratis our American Almanac, contairing dire tions
for the use and certificates of their cures, of the lol
Costive less, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism.
Dropsy, Hea tburn. Hcndache arising from foul
stomache. Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of
the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom. Flatulency,
Lo® of Appetite, all Diseases which require an
cvacuant racdi. ine. They also by purifring tbe
| blood and stimulating the system, cute many com-
I plan ts wl tch it would not bo suppose they conld
| reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness Neural-
I gin and Nervous Irritalility, Derangement of the
i Liver and Kidneys, Gout, icl other kindred com
plaints arising from a lw state-of the body, or ob
struction of its functions.
Do not b put off by unprincipled dealer" with
other preparations whi-h they make more profit on
Demand AVKR'S and take no others. The sick want
the best aid there is tor them, and they should have
Prepared by J C. AYKR A CO., Lowell Miss
and sold by Sam!. Stark Tunkhanu' -k. and all .ieal
i ers in unL.eine everywhere
lIALiVY AND COLLINS.
WASHINGTON, D, C-
In orler to faoiliate the prompt ad
j ustmcnt of Bounty, arrear* of pay, Pensions anj
! other Claims, due sosdisrs and other persons from
i tihcGovcrnin-nt -■'"the Uiited Stares. The under
! ewed has mode arrangements with the abovsfirtn
j hons erperien c and close proximity to, and daily
| n ereourse with the department; as well as the enr
: reknowledge, acquired by them, of the decisions
ayquently being made, enables thein to prosecute
, taiins more efficiently than Attorneys at a distance,
j Inpossibly do Atl psrsons eutitle Ito claims of the
i aivs Inscription eta line r hem prop-riy attended
j vlcobbyling on me and entrusting them to my care
Agt. for Harvy A Collins,
VW Our Letter A Family Sewing Ma-
Phlne, with all the new improvements, is the best,
and cheapest and most beautiful Sewing Machine in
the world, No other Sewing Machine has so much
capac : ty for a rent range of work, including the
delicate ingenious processes of Hemming
Braiding, Binding Embroidering, Felling, Tucaing
CordiDg. Gathering, Ac. fcc,
The Branch Offices are well supplied with Silk'
Twist. Thread, Needles, Oil, Ac,, of the very nest
Send for a Pamphlet,
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
458 Broadway, New York,
BIOIH EhTNUT STREET
HARVEY SICKLER, Agent,
OLD DOCTOR BUI HAN'S DRUNK
ARDS' C URE permanently eradicates the taste
or strong drink, and enres the worst cases of dmnk
enness in less than eight weeks.
Thousands of reformed inebriates now live to
to bless the day they were fortunate enough to
commeaoe the use of this falnabie remeoy
•ice Two Dollar a a pwck age.
1 Mailed to any address on receipt of an order, bv
JAMES S BUTLER, 429 Broadway. N. Y
Sola Agent for Ut UpJ**d £atec.
V**w s .
69 MB AFTER MAT 2S. AHEW DULY
LINE OF STAGES,
WIT.T. HUl\r FROM
MESHOPPEN TO TUNKH ANNOCK
DEPARTING, will leave the
North Branch Hotel at Meshoppen
at 8 o'clock A, M., and make a con
nection at Tnukhannock, with stages
lor PITTSTON and WILKES
BARIIE, and with stage to connect
with the Night Express Tiain on the
D. L& W. R. R, Passengers by
this line will arrive at
New York, Philadel
RETURNING, will leave Tutikhnnnoek'on the
arrival of stages cornecting with the Passenger Mail
Tram, in the evening, making a connection at Me
sh .p|ien with stages tor TowamU and other points
Arrangements have Keen made for the carrying of
all EXPRESS PACKAGES, which will be promptly
and carefully delivered.
Horses and Carriages on hand at all times to for
ward Mitssen ers to any point betwei n Meshopp and
P. S.- Hav'ng leased the above line of stages
and horses of D. llankiuson with the mail Line
from 1 unkhannock to Wy 11 using in connection with
M. A Ellis, we arc now prepared to forward pas
sengers through at redu -e.i rates. Being thankful to
customers tor past fa v rs they respectfully solicit
a continuance of the sane,
Meshoppen July 19th IRtio
W. H tOUTRIGHT.
M, A ELLIS.
• 11? jears established in N. Y, City.''
"Only infallible remedies known.'
~Eree lrotn Poisons."
"Not d.ingeroua to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their hi les to die."
1 Costvrs" Rat. Roach, &c., Exter's,
Is ft p- s'e—used fo\Rats,
Mice. Roaches, Black and
Red Ants, tj-c , 4*c>) <V e .4"c
''Costar's', Bed-Rug Exterminator.
Is a liquid or wash, used to
anil also as a pre—
ventive for Bed-Bugs, 4c.
' Oaetar's" Electric Powder tor Insects
I- for Moths, Mosquitoes,
Flens Bed-Bugs, Inserts on
Plants, F'jirels, Animals, 4-e.
Sold by all Druggis s and Retailers evorywhere
i fP" '! ! BKWAIIE !! o' all worthless imitations
I See that "COSTAR'S" name is on each Box
Bottle, and Flask, before you buv.
IiEMKY It. (OSTAR.
iy Principa 1 Depot 482 Broadway, N . V
by J W Lytnan, 4 Co.. and all Drug
gists ad Dealers in Tunkhannock, Pa,
RATSrcrsus BIRDS-- Whoevei engages in shoot
ing small birds is a cruel man ; whoever >.ids in ex
terminating rats is a benefactor. We should like
some of our correspondents to give us the benefit of
their experience in driving out these pes's We
need something besides nogs, cats, and traps for
this business —Scientific American JV, Y.
\JFF~ bee -'COSTAR'S" ad.ertisement in this paper.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is simple,
safe and sure —the most perfect RAT-IS a'ion meet
ing we have ever attended. Every Rai that cau get
it, properly prepared according to directions, will
eat it, and every one that oats it will die, generally
at some place as distant as possible from where the
medicine was taken, - Lake Shore, Mich. Mirror.
I?* See "COSTAR'S" advertisement in this paper.
IfOf'St:KEEPERS troubled with vermin need be
so no longer, if they use "COSTAR'S" Exterminator
We have used it to our sati faction : and if a box
cost $5 we would have it. We have tried poisons,
but they effe. ted nothing ; but "Costar's" articla
knocks the breath out of Rats. Mine, Roaches, Ants,
and Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it It is
in great demand all over the country.— Medina
ur See "COSTAR'S" advertisement in this paper :
FARMERS AND HOUSEKEEPERS-shomld
recollect that hundreds ot dollars' worth of Grain, i
Provisions, 4c , annually destroyed by Rats, Mice,
Ants, and other insects and vermin—all of which
can be prevente I by a few dollars' worth of "Cos i
TAR'S" Rat, Roach, Ant. 4c , Exterminator, bought ,
and used freely,
See "COSTAR'S" advertisement in this paper, I
Sold in—Tunkhannoi k, pa,
-By—3: W. Lyman 4 Co. and all Druggists
v4-tv#J-sino. ■ „ .. •
CARRIAGES & BUGGIES.
The Subscriber, a practical workman of long ex- !
perience, is now finishing off a large lot of new Car
riages and Buggies, at his Carriage shop
Equal, if not superior, in Workmanship. Quality,
of Material, and finish, to those turued out at any
other shop m the cpuutry. Those wisniog to buy j
,Y J '
(till anb (Cramiac €t)fm.
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING,
Done on short notice and in a workmanlike style-
Tnakhataoek, Aug. 24, '66,
New Clothing Store
HATS AND CAP>
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A GREAT VARIETY.
ALL NEW GOODS AND FOR SALE
H. L. HARDING.
NICHOLSON. Pa, 1865
LATEST PROM NEW YORK
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
uga n informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally that she has received, and is still receiving
a new ana well selected assortment of
SPRING AND SUM ME R GOODS,
Consisting of HATS. BONNETS. RIBBONS
PLOSSES, FEA ' HERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art.cl s usually
found in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing clscwheie. Mrs Stark
can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen
ry Stark in the borough of Tunkhannock, ready and
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
Wo have secured the services of an experienced
and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Make
Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
l'ours, Resj ectfully.
MRS A G STARK.
Tunk . May 10th 1965
New Skirt for 1865.
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE IN
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX EL
LIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKIRT
WESTS'BRADLEY 4 CAREY, (late J. 1,4
J O West.) SOLE PROPRIETORS and MANU
FACTURERS 97 Chambers and 79 and 81 Reade
Streets, New \ork
THIS IN VENTlONconsists of DUPLEX (or two)
Elliptic Steel Springs, ingeniously Braided Tightly,
ami Firmly together, edge to edge, making the
toughest nio<t Flexible Elastic and Durable Springs
ever used They seldom Bend or Break like the
Single Springs, a,id consequently Preserve their
Perfect and Beautiful Shape Twice as Long as any
The WOSOEKEL FLEXIBILITY and Great Comfort
and pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex El
li| tie Skirt will be experienced particularly in all
f Crowded Assemblies; Operas, Carriages. Railroad
C rs. Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and
House Dress, as the Skirt can be folded, when in use
to occupy <*, small place as easily as a Silk or Mus
A latiy having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort, and
great convenience of wearing the '* Duplex Elliptic
Steel Spring Skirt" for a single duy, will never af
terwards willingly dispense with their use- For
children, Misses, and young Ladies, they are supe
rior to all others.
They are the Best Quality in Every Part, and
unquestionably the Lightest, Most Desirable, Com
fortable, ind Economical Skirt Ever Made.
FOR SALE in all First-Class Stores In This City,
and throughout the United States, and Canndas,
Havana de Cuba, Mexico, South America, and the
INQUIRE FOR THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT.
v4-n46-3mo. "A 4 C"
THE GREAT CAUSE.
Just Published, in a Scaled Envelope, Price
A Lecture on the Nature, Toeatment, and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness, or Superuiator
rhoe i. induced by Self-Abuse ; Involuntary Em
missions. Tmpotenry, Nervous Debility, and Imped
iments to Marriage generally ; Consumption, Epil
epsy, and Fits • Mental ant Physical Incapacity,
4c. By ROBT J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Author
of the 'Green Boak," 4c.
The world-renowned author, in this admirahle
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that
the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effec
tually removed without medicine, find without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies instruments
rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of euro at
cnce certain and effsctunl, by which every suff-rer,
no matter what hts condition may be, may cure
hiinsell cheaply, privately, and radically. This
Lecture will prove a been to thousands and thous
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, on receipt of six cents, or two poststamps.—
Address the publishers.
CiiAS. J. C. KLINE 4 CO.
1 27 Bowery, Ntw York, Post Office box 4,586
v4-n22-ly.. - -
The Co-partnership, "heretofore existiog between
C. Burr 4 Sin, is this day dissolved by mutual
The books and accounts of tho late firm re loft
in the handrof C. Bbrr for settlement and collec
tion. who will still continue to carry on the Tanning ■
business ot.tho old stnnd c .
Tlie Harness Business
will be carried on by Win H. Burr, who, confident
ol his ability to satisfy the wants of the public, so
licits their patronage.
„ , . WM. H. BURR
Meshoppen, April 29th, 1865.
THE Mason 4 HAM LIS CABINET ORGAWS, forty
different styles, adapted to sacred and seeular music ,
fortSUto 2600 each- THIRTY-FIVE GOLD or J
SILVER MEDALS, or other first premiums award
ed them Illustrated Catalogues free. Address,
MASON 4 HAMLIN. BOSTON, or MASON BROTH
ERS, NEW YOBI(, ysn4ly.
GEO S. TJJTTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Tunkhonnock, Pa. Office in Stark'* Brio
e*k, Ttoga street. 1
The Subscriber having purchased of Mr. C. M
Koon, the rooms recently occupied by him as
* .TF V - f • JV- -
c 4 if KSi t *t / 1#
j! * f n • *v
has removed there his stock of Goods, from "Starks j
Brick Block" and with various other additions, is
prepared to supply the public with anything in bia
line, at a ■ > '
SMALLER ADVANCE UPON COST
THAN ANY OTHER MAN f)ARE
His old customers need not, ne roia they wilt-fee j
dealt by fairly, and honorably, while as many^new,
as shall see fit to favor him wi'h their patronage,
shall have no reason to tegiet having aided in sus
taining an institution wl ere goods can always be
bought for their true talue, and
NONE BUT GOOD ARTICLED KEPT,
His stock consists in part of a general assortment
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS-
Nuts Fruits and Candies,
Tobacco and Snuff,
AND FRU T CANS,
BOOTS SHOES, STONE AND
TIN WAKE, HATS CAPS, KEROSENE
OIL, AND PURE CIDI.'R VINEGAR.
FARMING UTENSILS PATENT PAILS. WOOD
EN PAIL-, POWDER ANIKSHOJ,
and an endless \ a.-iety of
4c. <icc.. all of whi h will be seld for cash, or ex
| changed for anything that farmers have to sell,
Tunkhannock, July 20, 1865.
N B —CASH PAID IOR BUTTER. LARD,
1 GGS FURS, SKINS, PELTS, 4c.
v4u4B G L.
G iods Sold at an
The Subscriber has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York,
with a very large and well selected
In all its branches,
IMCY §©oli 3
and Goods for
In short, everything belonging to
a First class Dry Goods Store.
Having bought Goods at the very
lowest market, ''SMALL PROFITS AND
QUICK SALES" being my motto, I am
UNDERSELL THE LOWEST.
I invite my friends and customers,
and the Public generally, to examine
my Goods. JuHN WEIL.
6QRD HAS EARLEN.
AND SO HAS
O. S. Mills'
STOYE A'M TIN-SHOP
where every thing in the line of his trade can be
had at the - - - *
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find nt his Shop, the lt
est and most improved Patterns of
with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete.
Roofing & Guttering
in ell its branches, attended to on short notice end on
I. . •
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE
0. S. MILLS
ruukhaenoik, Apr. 12tb, 1863 v3-n!3.
THE HEW-TROK WORLD.
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