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LOCAL DEPARTMENT,
Advertising Rates.
ne junre (8 lines or lee") three
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ach additional insertion . . 50
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not exceeding six
les. inserted at SS.00 P' year
Unless number of insertions is nne"i
b. advertisements will be continued
ail ordered out, and charged at above
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ce.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
RAILROAD TIME TABLE Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago R. R
TRAINS NORTHWARD BOUND.
liyht-
12 40. a. m
9 25. p. m
leao Express,
Icago Alait,
- 11.31, a m
TRAINS NORTHWARD BOUND. TRAINS SOUTH WARD BOUND.
pago Express,
7. 24,ii. m
cazo Mail,
7.3S, p m
12 .40, p. m
ijrht,
[...] LARGEST
CIRCULATION
CIRCULATION [...] the County !!
OFFICE OF THE EATON DEMOCRAT,
OFFICE OF THE EATON DEMOCRAT, Eaton, O., 1870-1871
Po Advertisers and the Public in Gen
We would respet tfully call your
sntion to your mivoriipeins in Mie
, , , , , r, j i
ton unio vieemv j'emocrai, ana
soliciting a share of your patronnge
flatter onrselres that strict attention
l he applied as will make it a i object
fiend your orders coin as regnni ais
jr and price o' Composition. Doping
f ear froa you, and receive your order,
ave pleasure to
Ketnain vours JteRpecttullr.
-k Box "A," Eaton. Preble Co. O
ixchk nges please send their wrappers
I
Advertisers also send
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rv"V s'l'iscnptSon coming
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w ill also send the 'Demo
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liiti:iiia Toucher " ,,
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pAitttra Hour w
M nis llurai N Ynrkr ,,
i . I vi r i
(Miner .Vonthlv
'Vicks Flural t
i In fact we cun (trrnish
yt
with uuy Magazno pitbMsbd in
he United States & Canady.
'
Jrot.n Cl.jsed in Ntw Yokk yestt rday at
110
Mr. O. l. Holmes, Agent for the
Ohio Invuraocc Company, has removed
is residence from Winchester, to E.iton
;). Residence, on Somers street All
insiness intrusted to him will be prompt
?y attended to.
Will Be pleased at this office
considerable, if parties who
know, can see events, occurences
meetings either political or Lints
news in general topics and edi
Mtoral matter and In fact any ran1
jter useful to the Public, will jend
them to this office, will get the,
publishers thanks' to poor at
j present to make it a salarv of
i fice.
j It i reported thttt a gang of
I the most daring burglars in the
coontry, recently left Philadel
' phia, intending to mako Ohio
their field of operations, and to
give special attention to banks'.
AT vn . ... ...1
everyone should be ou the Jook -
B?flg tirrll nf rVllfirieVlt-Ol
the office, and my bruin wearied
with the smell of ink and the
odor of type, the thought flashed
in my tninl I had belter get
some fresh air so oft I go.- ior
a tramp with one eye open lor
anything to araose our reader
or benefit all concerned, as it is
expected the newspaper knows
or must know evrvthino-. Wend-
B
ing my way down Mam
street
through the Pork Merchants,
Dry Goods, Shoe and Clothiers,
also eyeing those choice grocer
ies of liheas', iust from firsf
Lands with PottingerV do I
turn arouDd into Chcry street,
but before doing eo I was spell
bound viewing; the handsome
turnout of horses and carriages
from the Li very and Feed Stable
of S. li. Sample A- Co, oh, how I
wished for the funds to enjoy a
few moments ot pleasure hut
alat, wishing did me no good, bo
on I went through the smoke &
(11 n of the shops on Cherry street
when all ot a sudden I came on
against something! what was it?
IrThy, that jolly fellow, Plum
m r, who has taken a silent part
ner, and opened a restaurant.
Not being in the mood of eating
just then (strange, that, for a
Printer), as 'they are generally
hungry, especially when that
long subscription list in standing
out and the printers' devil want
hia pay; woll, enough of this.
So quietly perambulating up
street I stopped to see the im
provements of J. Deem, our en-
tetprlidng Real Estate merchant
als Col. Harris, Lough and
QuinnV Beginning from here
was soon into the midet of life
and business, in the arge School
D--ik Furniture Factory of Messrs
Jos. Walters & Co., pa-sing
-ongh the bluing rom, drill,
foundry ami engine room, and
vamUh plied, and like the Yank,
with ideiity of curiosity, and
rniit't hoc all. 1 began to think of
' -. . . ;
leaving, but before doing so I
must f'are that uie uee-.s are a
stti ces, invented here, and they
are ro full of orders and much
l;ke The dog with ticks, don't
know which nd to scratch first;
yet they ru-h them out. VPe
want more pitch factories here in
ur midst. From here I dropped
Into the large Sah. Door and
Planing Mill of Geobel & Co..
hut too much noise for my lik
'ng, then I departed; but beforu
tlid I took a good purvey of
tl.at heavy eutt through the
Dutch Gup Catml;'' though not
of the Butler order. This nick
tiainc va giveti to the work of
ctifimr one of our streets last
kumnicr by our eflicietit Super
visor, Mr. Wh ting. When all
tho streets are in conformity
with it the drainage will he bet
;er. From litis strindpoint I
rwended inv wav to Quinn's Ele
vator n d Gruinery here again
I struck the pork men, Gould,
Deem, Dunlap and that fat man
Having enough of this, put lor
the Depot, getting into a job to
help unload some trax bales. J
soon made from there, and down
Baron 1 goes, sight seeing
Passing tlironjfh the marble
works and stone vard where I
viewed some vejy fine specimens
ot work, and their dtetilav ot
'.oitib stones U good. I also no
ticed a fine assortment of grocer
ies at Winters & Hill's, and the
other stores, alone: with the
throng of strangers at the Eagle
Hotel Joe Woerner heautitul
display of gentlemen' furnish-
llifir iroocls lirookins ttic I'rnir-
sist-i, Christmas wares Farr &,
Bro . groat Inktirauce Agent;
till my attention was drawn by
the noise of rumbling wheels.
and here they come! stoves tin
ware, and all tne articles neces
sary for a housekeeper and every
body el3e, bound lor Koddie Key
nolds' stove store on- Baron St
Together with our old friend
Andy Ooffman, the Dry Goods
man, his good are well displayed
and worthy a call. Here I met
Ben Waggoner, who, by the
way, will open a market stand
in front of Deem & Bro's. store
for the Christmas holidays, of
fine dressed Turkeys and Chick
eus. This ont of door market
ing is owing to the delay ot that
Market House. Pu h it ahead,
City Dads. And where's that
levcy for tho street lamps and
who lights the Court House one
at nielii. Beinff tired of this
jramble I soon found myaelt in
-
tt)G offlfB n.roir. Knt will
.. luitw. UttLi- - !. i.
ttiiLL Okk Lt Old i ogv
ISM NoT Dkad Yll.-We Warned
day i'h regret that e-actu-
ally had at. old foggy "
midst. ye such i ! cane, one
who ObVM t hear the iwee ot string.
any improvement goi-ig on u
town and a or 6nj Towu
Mull in a. ion to be ilHilicttV.-'i(l
the l.irte and aiacious U -t H ifr
rent, which "will; vonidar.hie
reduce the expenses otyn ontiq,
. I . 1 . 1J (r-nxr T
. ZTTiTll
win put an iimuiiuiiwii . .
fact is this the troth lie this
way: his erlndstotas" won't get so
manv axes to sharneu, and then
hope is the authorities will pat
the reut at such figures at to
make it within the leach of all
and save so much high eUmbiug
But as regards Church. .porpOfcv
es, let it be tree every Sundays
Language of Flowers.
'Gather a wreath from the yarden bow
ers, ' ,
And tell the wish of thy heart i n flow-
rs.'
FLOWERS, SENTIMENTS.
Acacia .
A curia Itoae . .
Ad nis Vernalis
Aguns-Castas . .
Agrimony . . , . .
Almond
Aloe ,
Althsea .....
Aljssum, Swaat .
Anemone . . . . ,
Angelica . . .
Apple .......
Apple J71ossom .
Concealed lore.
Friendship.
, .Sorrowful rrmem
. brarces
. Coldnesr; to live with
bat love
Thankfulness.
Hodo-
Bcligioaa nperstitiov
Consumed br love. -Worth
beyond beauty
Expectation.
Inspiration.
Temptation.
Prefemnea.
Arbor Vitss . . .
Aram
Ash
Ash Mountain . .
Aapn .Tree .
Auricula
Azelea
Unchanging frierrdship
Ardor.
Grandeur
Prudence.
Lamentation.
Avarice.
R
Bachelors Button Hop in lore.
Balm
Sympathy.
Balm of Qilead
Balsam' .
Barberry . .
Basil . . .
Bay Lent . .
Beech . . .
Bee Orchis .
Bll Flower .
Birch Tree .
Box . . . .
Healing.
: Impatience
Sharpness.
Hatred.
I change bat ia dying
Prosperity.
Industry.
Gratitude
Meekness.
Constancy.
Special Nottcb We gladly call
your attention to our totvn'i
man, Mesrs. Farr & Bro. oor, of
Main and Barron St't, In Minora
budding, to their assortment of
Drugs Medicines Paint, Glasa.
and fancy Articles their wares
are all fresh, and great care ta
ken in compounded peravriptiont
either in day or eight; they are
also agents for the Home Insur
ance Co. New York, hoenx, of
Hartford Conn, and the Secnaety
of New York all. 1st, class Com
panies pay them a visit.
Strange John, did yon see . the ad
veitisemcnt in the Democrat! NoT why.
what was itl Why, see the card of tSe
Great Westerr Dental Co , a set of teeth
for ten dollars do go John and get
your s pat in now, you can save thirty
dollars.
Srccni.. As it will he impnaaible ft
us to gel oat the accustomed yearly ad
dress this yeir, don't f. get your Prin
ter. Send in those Christmas Bain a
fhe eompositcr, paper carrier cad also
the Printers' Devil will thank yon.
Per" A sad aeeident befell Jaa. Can,
ninjrham, a brakrman on the E- & H It
R., whose face was f 'miliar to everyone
on the line of the road, where he has
been for fifteen years. He, on Friday
ast, at 2 o . lock, A. a., while attending
to his duties on the frsirht train, in
passing from a freight c ,r to a platforvj
he tell between the cars, havine mistak
en the car not t-avins a ladder to it. Taa
wheels severed one lee at the knee and
the ether at the ankle, be lingered till
5 a. m. when he died. He lvavei a wife
and seven children to mourn their loss.
The road has lost a faithful servant
j
Wauted at this Office Type, Cab
inets, and other articles belonging to a
Newspaper and Job Office, the same to
be paid lor in advertisements of any de
scription.
A Success. The festival given Fri.
day night, Dec 16th, at Minor's Hall,
for the bet efit of the St. Paul M E.
Church wis a grand achievement, and
helpsd to add considerable te the coffers
of the Church in the way of precunary
aid Everv bedy was nleaaad aad aat
iafied and passed a veiy pleasant evening
those stews were excellent aad if ever
a Printer "went in," on.: did that night.
Hope to be on haad again, aad ever j
body else. No better way to spaad aa
evening.
Now don't for-gst
t Shield, Full weight be
always yields, lrr bis
Groceries, aad oh tbat T. Just
buites wife and me.
Store on Main Street, Herlich
Hall. Gome one! Come sill!!
M p
NEWS! NEWS!! NEWS!!!
Hbj Se Small bills for partica
sssssaVlars, thrown every, where,
the new Ktoek of Dry Goods ot
D em St Brothers, is worth ex
atning Call and sausfiy your
self and e ths Ladiec Trimming.
lb-
i;V''c-:, n-rtt Mac .wsb. Ti Oeeosji
ri.r iitMii i,r-Vir ibis . Rterttna menthlY is
at hand, closing up "Volume XII of the
new'serjes, and nnnonnetag tnareased
attractions for. the cosainr rar. Tie
tble-'rtf contents is eten aaore than e-
lrj rem pre eniv, and preaente ta
wtv c'sam. of. foreign cni rent ritetntnre.
AmSntr the M(.at notieeeihJe-nrVeiee an
I jttr Writ i Futher Arndt;' art
thor fn'stafmen- nf "The Ftsher pan of
Ank e ". 'Rii.kin't . Iwituren on Art:
Tte S.rKMio :"' -Baron Von
Moltke;'.; Hwweop and Pnriaj'
so o mm nmber of nineteen.
Everybody wsVer 5rvea good litersAore
the SCLCCTtc. a nq ae preeni la
mmM n nntrisient with) Pnbl'shed
b? E R Pelton. 108, Fneon 8t.. Hew
York. Terms, $6.00 per annum; single
copies 45 cts. A poetrait er, Vweiis!
embellishes them number.
r :x
Wells' Illustrated Annual
OF PHRENOLOGY AND PHtSlQGKOMT,
tor , 1871 15 amdes fort raira.
Character and Biographies of
netroecoua distinguished Jfett an4
WfViAnvir contHina thirteen Na
tional I y pes of Foma'e J5esutv
( h cans of the Brahn Illustrated
and defined; "What Can I Do
Best!" How to Enter Wear Point
aa Student: Persona! Beaut r.
thotv Attained; What is the u.e
nf Phrenology? . Just the thing
for learners. A and racy Za ct'
book, sent first post. Address
OfBce. Phrenoloqicial . Journal
MS Brwad way, New York.
Seme editor who was prob
ably insane or had a strong Mid
vivid imagination, recently get
off the fallowing item, if true:
"t had a dream the other nijht, '
When everything wae etiH)
I d re-med taa. each subse riber
Came up and paid his hill.
ore a look -of honesty.
A nd smiles-were raved each eye ,
s Shey handed o'er the stamp.,
They yelled,. "Haw's taw 1W ksffc T
NEWS! NEWS!! NEWS!!! To The Press.
The T went Bacon Annual
Prospectus of the Rqre I New-
Yorker is herewith submitted,
wi th a proposition to all of our
brethren of ths fraternity who
desire to receive the . Kural 4or
1871. Our aiarfcs Vp be aa.ltber.
aT- as pssslMe. n ere eijftcerfy
regret thaU we c neot .ssy Aye to
to all requests tor ear. Join al.
wtthnnt nsaeng-tither Oe inner-
tion of Prospect us or utHi'ce.
Having started life as Hie pub-
Itsher ef Cnaetry Jtewsp-per.
we appreciate the posriori of all
thus engaged, and jt ave never
knowingly imposed ujon their
rignt-s We believe Vn the KOikI
old adee. Litre ami 1st Li ve.'
nd hence say 'to peo'ple' t hat.
e, tt.etr . local paper, tbe
CHRISTMAS IS
2
mf Candies and Confec
tioneries, the largest as-
rtmjnt ever brought to
this city. Mom
Glass d Queensware
for the holiday. Calf .and see
It. lie also' hse a torse stock ot
GROCERIES
which he is selling cheap for the
cash
ST BBO. I. C MASMSO.
ht aiestic structUie! based oat sural law.
A tower of sir. nght aad grace, wil aoul a
aw.
8 ear where tie human eagle bui Ids his
east.
O r ranK at will across the earth s broad
N oheart aa proud, aad nM so rich.
(acre t
R aaned aader thy far-reaching canopy,
x at tee is tee prouder aetag one or taee.
Anniversery of St John's Day. win he
Celeheated by Bolivar Lodee of F A A
Masons, at Minor's Hall, Kato O- on
Tubs dat, Die. 27 th 1870.
Ih.ts will be a Pabl.e Iassaltetiea o
Officvr on the oeeaeii
Sapper wiB ha served
i ickets ot aaatiaesoa can be pro.
carefl ot tee lot lew ing Unantas :
M. Filbert, J.atBeary.
George Deem. B, Hnhbard.
: V. A. Kid son, J . s)oagh
The Satoa Caraes Bead intend wive
ing a grand Ball, on Friday :Kve. Dec.
23rd 1870 at Minojs Hall, VM-Tipa-round
oh the Merry To. Catae Toons,
ana eia i't jot vems wnn njor uton
It okkms that .some parties
are finding; matt with the Mab
SubAL been use Jte - arreeied some
droukla parties whose carousels
where like a perty of ItfOtaus we
hope the will pat,, ail deetut sr
oi ids wsmm varoagau wtia-eass
fear ot favor be has the support
uf the law. Adfdiog citiaanf, we
are not advocating a fanatic
Temperance Sheet
NEWS! NEWS!! NEWS!!! To The Press. CON'TL HAMLTON & DAYTON
RAILROAD.
For Richmond, Connersville,
Kntfhviile, Cambridge City,
Dayton, Lima, Fort Wayne,
Chicago and the Northwest,
Sandtinky, Cleveland and Buf
falo, Toledo.- Detroit and all
Points in Cannda.
Trains ran to and from CINCINNA
TI aa follows:
aa ivb. pkpabt.
Dayton Express . . 7.00 a m 3.H0 p. m
Oavton Bxpresa. ..1 15 p. t 11 .30 p. n
I 'avton Express 9 46pm 6.30 am.
Toledo, Detroit and
Canada 7 80am 10.20 p-m
Ft Wayne, Toledo. De
troit and Canada ..6 30pm 630am
Lima and Fort
Wayne - -3.40 p m I0.4O a m
Saadnak y Cle veland
and Buffalo 7.00 a m 6.25 p a
Bellefontaine Accom-
modal ioa. ......... .310 p m 10 40 a m
SandusVy.'ClsTeland
and Buffalo. .. .;. .9 45 p m 6.30 n m
Indianapolis and Ft.
Wayne 7.00 a m 10.20 p m
Indianapolis Kxprs5 00 p m 10.40 a m
Richmond aad Chtea-
7 30 a m
10.20 p m
Rich ond and Chica
go 7.00 p m
Hamilton Accommo
dation 9.30 a m
Hamilton Accommo
d&t on
10.10 a m
1.45 p m
5 50 a m
Hamilton Accommo
dation 8 05 am
The 9 4S p. m. Train for Sanduskey
Cleveland and Buffalo, daily, Saturdays
excepted On Saturdays the Bellafon-
taine Accommoaatjon win De run iv
Sandosxy,
Vh DavUm Rxoress Train departinp
at 9. 45 r. st.. and arriving at 6.30 a. m.
run daily. All other trams daily. Si. n-
Utays excepted;
Trams ran by Columbus time, wuicn
s seven minutes taster taan viucmnai
time '
Ciacinnati Officwa are llo Vin;!t.i
No. 80 Fouith street; North-east corner
Front and Broadway. Main and Levee.
aad Depot corner Fifth and Hoadley
streets. SAM' L STEVENSON.
eetlStf Ueaeral ticket Agent
fTlHERE will be an election for five
J Directors of the Dayton k Western
Turnpike Bond Company to serve for
the ensuing yiar, held at Schaffer's tlo
Set, ia West Alexandria, on the second
Moadey ef January. 1871
AHHEiK I't'PlljAr. i res r.
Dee. 15, 1870 w 3
APPLES!!!
f AA Barrels mf F M .
Winter .IMTLKS
r mule at
) ttu FJSH Ktt sfc BOVfUA AN.
Pea. Itw2,
r VICE'S
. Floral Qude For 181.
'Jibe First Edition ot One linn
drsd and Fiftv Tlioosand copies
VICE S Illiistra
tad Catalogue of
is published and re
dy to send ont 100 pages, nd
an Engraving of aim t ever
deeiradle Flower and Vegetabl.
It U elegantly printed on fi-.
tinted paper, llluetrated with
Three Hundred fine Wood En-
graving and Two beautiful-
Colored Plates
The most beaatiful and the
most instructive Floral Uuide
published-
published iu all other
respects similar to the tugrav
tog.
Sent free to sdl mr eostsmers of
1870, aa rapidly ae jrosaible,
without application. Sent to all
others who order them for Ten-
Cento, which is not half the cost
Address.
TaJwVJSS WICK.
ROCHESTER PC: Y.
JTAse- 32
-f rt hwr ' JLad y's Bonne
Taa December number of this "Queen
of the Lady a Nagasines is the nches
aad Vaedaoroeat ever isi-ned. The pub
liaaem amnoanee iheir intent i on to make
H lead all hers for the coming year, in
tr e rich vers mai eirrewt of sts illustra
tions, the brilliancj oFfts novelets ani
aad stories, the heaati ofrts getving .p,
and the high teas of its reading."
As aa earnest of what is cone ta 1871
We have ia this aasaber a Sae steel col
ored fashion plate, a cartoon on toned
paper, giving a lovely picture, called
The Weleeaae," a doable fashion eu
graving, cad a atrge variety of dress and
pasterns for aeedle-srork, . Send a stamp
tor poeeago' to T. S. Atbc 8c Sons.
PhiieoVlphia. and get np a copy of this
elegant aasaber of the ''Lady's Home
Magazin." Ton will, if yoo see it
saiely waat the magazine for 1871-
J. T. DEEM.
fmhUo, 4k Reel Estate Ag t,
Riston, Onio.
Bars an ' sells Baa) Estate of all
kinds Rents Houses and Farm prop-
"osBoV-Main Street, enrioatte!
Post Office.
December 221, '70 mosS
. .Scientific American, f
Mot 1S71,
Twenty Sixth Year.
This "plendid weekly, s'eatly
enlarged and improvi d. is menf
th most nspfnl nnd irteratine
jotirnBl ever published. Every
nnmhiT is beauMn 11 v pn'n'ed or.
fine paper, and elrpon'Iy illns
trnted witlj orisinal enprsvingp.
representing'.
New Inventions; Novelties m H r
hanic3, Manufacti.r(. Chemistry
Photography, Architecture. Agri
ealtnre EngiaeeriDg1 Science and Art-
Farmers, mechanics, In
ventors, Engineers Chen
istru, Mnrractnrers,VJ
nnrl Vvnnle af all Prores-
sions or trades trill find ,
TIME
Sritntific jfjiueriat rr ,
Op ORTiT Vil.UE A Nil lXTF.RKsT.
Its practical suzeeston ill sv
htindre,! of dollar! to every Ilnnsliold-
Workshop rnd Fctory in th" Innd, beJ
.ides nfford'njr a Cottinnal Source of I
Valuable Instruction- The Editors are
assisted by many ot t lie .unci American ,
ma A ln.Annnn W.It.ra n n ft llflfinff IIC i
case to nil the leadiii'' Scientific
Mechanical JonrneW of the world, the
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ERRORS OF YOUTH,
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cretion, will, fur the sake of suffliritig
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Lvhe recipe and direction for it akinj; the
Mmple remedy by winch ho was cui.ed
Sufferers wishing to profit bv the adver
tisr's experience cbm do so by address
ing, in perfect confidence.
JOHN B OGDElf,
No 42 Cedar Street, New York.
Oct 27 187.1 yl
GREAT REDUCTION!!!
$10
FOR A SPLENDID SET OF
EET
On the Best of Rubber
(Extracting Included. )
eWTMtb Extracted without Pain by pure
Nitrous Oxide snd Electricity, nt 60 cents each. "a
Oast can era oozoing in the morning
sn have their teeth in the afternoon.
Daotal Work of all kinds done in the best man
Mr, aad all work warranted to be satisfactory.
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("oi, "t " openea a
New Grocery,
fn 0pD FKLLOVVS BUILDINti'
One Door West of the First STntionst
ICriton Ohio,
where he kerp constuntly on hand a fresh
surrii' of
Coffees,
Stiff ar s,
Spices ,
JFlovr,
Bacon,
Teas.
JPish,
Potatoes',
snd .- ticli articles as are, found ia a gro
cery and
Provission Store.
which will have been purchased .since
the great doclinc in prices and will be
sold at
The Lowest Rales
C0TJNTKY PRODUCE
'of all hinds such as,
i Bacon,
Butter,
M.
Potatoes, A'c
' bought at the highest market price, for
Groceries !!!
OR
1-a flatters him
self by attention
to business, a de
sire to please,
keeping the best
articles a. id sell
ing at low prices
he will merit and
receive a liberal
share of public
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.Iune, " C.'ryrL
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CAMPBELL fi GILMORB.
arhaore CawinWl,)
TT0RNEYS at LAW.
OfAKJKS rUSLlCrItltOAWD
Oovft Claim Agents.
E ATQ ft, arjuio.
Ofn.v nt ht- oJtl stanrl, ao Bbrrua Street
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