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M'CONNKLSVILLE, OHIO :
Friday, July 9, IMJ9.
Ol'R TERMS TO Sl'IISCHIII-EllS.
One copy, ono year, uich not paul
for in advauce, 'l 00
One copy, ono ycnr, casA in flrf
t'timr, ' tl 50
Tin copies, ono year, and ono copy
fr-c the getter up oftho club.
tno dollar mi J twctilyfive
ints per capy, 112 60
When a subscribers timo ex
pires, if no order Ih left to discon
(miio, llio paper will bo continued,
if wo so desire, at tho I'Ato of two
dollars a year, until boor b'.io comes
in unii renew.
IkiT An X found on tlio tnitrjiin
of tho paper is n notification to the
stilscrihcr tli.it his or lier timo has
expired, or about to expire; and it
Is uUo sn Invitation to renew.
ty- IVosoc tiling Attorney Jor.es
and Marshal Sheet.' left, here Ni.n
1 -iy in quest of Julius Kinrfcnd, the
murderer ot old man Wheels.
tf(. Elsewhere in this pnper will
bo found a cull for a People's Cun
ty Convention, to bo held in McCon
nelsviilo, mi Tuusdn3", Aiitrnxt 5Jrd.
Thero will bo r.o Demoeriitic Coun
ty Convention, lor Morgan Co., this
tiTAl. Whilton, ot'lhi place, was
erionsly injured on Tuesday, by
falling on n pocket knifo which ho
had in bis bund. Whittcn and oth
ers woio hoeing corn In a field nd-
Ioi ii i n tf town, and hail left '.heir
iocs in the cornfield whilo they ate
dinner. After dinner they got up ti
face to whoro tho boos nad been
lul and Whitten ctuniblo 1 and fell
on tho point of his pocket knife
which ho had open in his hand
Tho blado entered bis left breast,
piorcinir his left lung, and nugsing
his boiirt by about ono inch. lr
Hodges was called to attend on him,
nnd be reports everything favora
ble lor Whiitt'i's recovery.
Death Sentence of Carr.
Tho St. Clairsvillo Uazolto pub
lishes among its Court-notices the
death sciitenccof Thomas Carr, who
has Just been convicted of murder
ing Miss Louisa C. Fox. It will bo
remembered that Can killed hor
because bho refused to marry him:
THOMAS D. CARR.
was then brought in. Thero was a
dcuth-liko stillness in the Court room,
and tho countenance of the entire au
dience wore that sud look as when at
tending a funeral. l!o was dressed in
dark clothes, with a white handker
chief around his neek; a short mous
tache; Lis hair cut ijuito short, and
brushed smooth. His face, though pule,
was full, unit hu looked ijuite hearty,
llus a keen gray eye. Thero was more
solemnity ai out his general appearance
than during tho trial, but received his
sentence with stoical iinliU'erence, and
without a shudder. A motion fur a new
triul had been file I and argueJ hy his
counsel, Messrs. Swaney and Cowen,
which being disposed of, ho was direc
ted to stand up, and l eing asked if he
1 al anything to tay why tho sentence
of the law should not bo pronounced he
shook his head. Tho Court, with much
feeling, slowly pronouncod tho awful
ponol'y of the law, as follows :
Thomas D. Cabb A jury of your fel
low citizens, almost selected by your
self, upon their oaths, have found you
guilty of tho willful, deliberate, pro
mt dilated and malicious murder of
Louisa C. Fox. In our judgment the
verdict is fully warranto I by tho evi
denco In tho case, and accords with the
truth. Tho undisputed facts proven
presents a caso of more than ordinary
enormity without being alleviated by
a i-inglo mitigating circumstance.
Your victim, a child in years, because
sho refused to marry you, was murder
ed in a most shocking manner, her
head being almost severed from her
Your solo and only defense, that
moral insanity, aMy and eloquently
urged by your counsel upon this triul,
failed to convince tho jury lhatyou
should not bo acquitted. Tho testimo
ny upou this subject, with its most
construction, only tended
prove that you wero petulent, ill-nalur-
' oil, irritable, of a nervous temperament
and possessed of a heart fatally bent
The jury upon thoir oaths have acienciously
discharged their duty.
cU'ort has been spairod to obtain an
by tho ablo and learned counsel
assigned for your defense.
The verdict of the jury imposes
painful duty upon the Court; but,
the administratis! of tho law it must
Our law givers, thoso having it
thoir power to direct and govern cio-
ty, have determined that justice re
quires that " whomsoever shoddeth
man's blood, by man shall his blood
bhed;" not in tho spirit of vengeance,
but that others warned by die example
uiuy bo afraid to commit crime.
Your unfortunate victim cannot
restored to life by any tears of repent
ance, or by eonti ilion of heart. The
crime you have committed can only
cxpiuted by tho judgment of the law.
It is: That you bo takes from hence
to th jail of the couaty, and that you
bo safely kept. That on Friday, the
'.Wlh day of August, in tho year of cur
I .old one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-nine, you bo taken to the place
of execution, and between the hours of
nine o'clock in the morning and four
o'clock in the afternoon of that day,
that you be hanged by the neck nntil
jou are dead.
Msy God have mercy on you I
Democratic State Ticket.
Just as we are going to press, we
learn that the following ticket was
nominated yesterday, at Columbus, by
the Democratic- State Convention: For
Governor, Gen. llosecrans; Lieut. Gov.
T. J. Godfrey: Judge Supreme Curt,
Wm. J. Gilimore, of Treble Co.; Trcns.
i f State, Mayor P. Buhrer, of Cleveland;
Attorney General, Col. J. M. Council;
Member Board ef Tublio Works, Benj.
Churchill, of Cincinnati.
Democratic State Ticket. PEOPLE'S
The Klcctora of Morgan County,
discarding party nnd political pref
erences, predilections and prejudi
ces, nro respectfully callod upon to
assemble in mass meetings in their
rcspo'itivo townships at tho usual
placo of -holding elections therein
On Saturday July 31, '69.
and '.lien and thero between the
hours of 2 and 1 o'elosV, afternoon,
select tho number of Delegutca ns
follows: L!oom 4
liristol C Ccntro 5
IViilu.ld 4 Homer 7
Malta 7 Manchester 3
Marion 8 Moigivillo (J
I'eiin 5 Union 7
Windsor 10 York 5
to meet in County Convention at
IhoTowN IlAI.Lin McCoNNEI.SVIM.K,
ON TUESDAY AUGUST 3, 1869.
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, nnd nomi-
nato candidates to fill tho following
KeprcsonUiti vc, IYobato Judge,
Sheriir, Coroner, llocordcr, Com
missioner, Infirmary Director nnd
Land Appraisers for tno several
Districts of this County, to bo sup
ported ut too next annual election
by tho independent rotors of Mor
gan County, who nro opposed to
ui'juit und unequal Taxation, now
imposed upon tho pooplo and labor
o the country, ami against a further
increase of the same for any purpose
ichattver, und who uro in favor of
retrenchment of expenses and a re
form ofubuscs, existing in all bran
ches of tho civil scrvico of both
State and County.
Tho undersigned confidently ex
pect, that, men of all political par
lies, who uro iriondly to, und advo
cate tho objects of this call, will take
an active interest in tho movement,
and causa general notico to bo giv
en of tho times and places of the
proposed meetings, so that a fair
and general expression of public o
pinion may bo had in regard to tint
Richard McKIHoncv. Goo. New
man, Juo. Floyd, Jno Summons, Lu
ther Timbcrluko, JeH'erson Oobom,
David Spencer, hdwurd Gordon, J a
cob C-irj'Ciitcr, Henry Filkill, Itob't
LSircti, J. J. Uutliiuin, Alex, r in Icy,
Muxes lliillock, Joseph Kcuver, Jno.
15. Conn, James A. Conn, Isaac ri.
Hook, in. Wilkins, leniuh Purall
Jno. N'eeley, John 1. Sherlock, Win.
AeiBWanicr, Samuel Sponcer, Alon
r.o Jones, S 11. Jtrown. J. W. Bark
bust, (jeo. JJuchnnan, Geo. llcnder
son, llurton Garrett, Lewis Parsons,
Wm. Baker, hzra'Blucklodgo, Phil
p W. Keovcr, Arthur Crisman,
rrank Nt-wton, B. V. Woitman,
Wm. Fobtor, S. II. Pltipps, Jno. C
Clurk, U. II. Conn, CM. Wilson,
James Dyo, It. A. Blackburn, Benj.
Pcdicord, Alex. Kurly, Jumcs L.
Stokes, Isaac Green, Thomas Swo
ncy, James II. Sawyer, Jtobort Do
vitt, Duvid J'roko, Wm. Fowler, W
M. Jones, Kluh Dye, Andrew Kuntis.
Jno. il. Sears, Alexander iNcwton
Win. Mustini's, Tho. Foster, John
Bell, Daniel Fowlor, D. K. Hutchc
son, ii. it. Keeu, (Jlius. Wilson, Jus
Thomas, Jno. Davis, W. C. Kurlv
Jno. Alberry, Lewis Dearth, Josoph
JNickerson, I). J. JCoborts, lsauc
Drumniond, It. Smith, Wm. Scars,
Arch. McCoy, Geo. B. Fowler, Tho
Micpnnl, Wm.liox, A. I J. Wortnian
F.noch Dyo, N. M. Brent. J as. M
Gaylord, Wm Boswick, John E.
Manila, M. Lmscott, Cornelius
Head, T. B. Smith.
Tho names of tho signers to this
call from townships that bnvo not
reported, aro requested to bo for
warded at once in order that they
may bo addod to tho above list
Tholiepublican platlorm, conden
sed, is as follows :
1st llcsolved, That wo indorse
2 Kesolved, That wo fool happy
thai Grant has not bruins enough
to havo any policy, and that ho
wilting to bo run by Congress with
3 Kosolvedf That wo favor
15th Amendment, socuring to
negroes of Ohio the right to hold
oflico, sot on juries, ku., &c
4th liesolvod. Thut tho Demo
cratic Legislature of Ohio is rottou
and corrupt bocauso it was not Re
publican, and had not many pnro
men of tho Ashloy-Egglcston stripe
5th Resolved, Tnat wo put
piijier our desiro to bo considered
tho particular friends of tho sols
dicrs, Lst tho olllcos belong to
Uvn. Vary on Kegro Suffrage.
Gxtr. S. F. Carv, in a coinmuni-
cat.on in tho Cincinnati Enquirer,
in reply to certain questions pro
pounded to him, that defines his
position on tho subject of negro
suffrage, as embodied In the so-called
Fifteenth Amendment to the
Federal Constitution :
When the proposed Fifteenth A-mi-ndnioVil
was beforo Congress, 1
recorded my vole ugainst it. When
its passage was certain, I voted with
its opponents to submit to Legisla
tures thereafter to bo elected. I
bclievo that no radicul change
should be mado in tho orgunio law
until tho rcoplo were consulted,
and tho opportunity given them to
decido upon it; that tho Constitu
tion was ordainod nnd established
by lh pooplo, and it could bo prop
erly hunted only by their wills,
clearly expressed through Legisla
tures elected by them.
Tho fathers whofiamod tho Fed
eral Constitution wisely left the
question of sufl'rago to tho States,
respectively, and chcIi Rtato has in
its fundamental law, proscribed the
qualifications of electors. In the
Constitution of Ohio, w Into male
citizens only can oxerctso tho clco
tivo franchiso. If, at any time, the
people of Ohio, by a constitutional
majority, chooso to extend this
privilege to persons of color, it is
their cxclusiyo right to do so, os
woll as to wilhoU it fiom them. 1
know of no good reason why other
States and tho Federal Government
should forco us to nccept negro suf .
frago in tho election of Slate nnd
municipal as woll as Federal officers.
believo that n Slato has somo
rights which tho Federal Govirn
mcnt is bound to respbet.
Thocoursopnrsuod and tho moans
adopted by tho dominant party to
secure lI'O ratification of this a-
mendment should alarm every hon
est, fair-minded man, who desires
to preserve our Republican form of
Government. If, as sotr.o say the
end juslifio tho means, who shall
fix n limit to tho encroachments up
on tho rights of a pooplo by the
pnity in power? With what inde
cent hnsto havo Legislatures rati
fied this amendment, against the
known wishes of a largo majority
of then constituents. Willi what
criminal disregard of tho will oftho
people did unscrupulous parly lend
ers in Indiana altenpt fraudulent
ly to adept tho amendment. And
what honest man docs not look with
unutterable loathing and disgust
upon tho spociul pleading of thoso
who assert that it has been consti
tutionally ratified in thut Slato.
This outrage in Indiana only ex
ceeds thoso which wero perpetrated
by Missouri, lvinsas, M'nnesoto and
Michigan, all of which States Ut
their last elections, by direct votes,
rejected tho proposition to admit
negro suffrago, by overwhelming
With n full knowlcdgo oftho fact
that tho constitutional thrco-fourths
of tho States would not voluntarillv
ratify tho amendment, and assured
fully that thero was no other wuy
to perpetuate the power in tho
hands of tho Ilepublicnn party but
by tho votes of negroes, Congress
mado it a condition piecodcnt that
Virginia, Mississippi and Texas
should approve this muusuro before
they should have their places in tho
Union and a representation in the
..foiiw ik ni'll.n nut;,,.. Wl.,.1 f.-..n.i
might fail to accomplish, forco is
invukcJ to coniplcto.
Congress has no moro right to
shut out Representatives from Tex
as until she ratifies tho amendment,
than it has to turn out Ohio's Rep
resentatives because bor Legislature
rejected it. Tho American peoplo
would bo fully justified in treating
us a nullity an amendment adopted
by u fraud nnd forco, nnd tho Fif
teenth Amendment cannot be rutis
fled in any other way.
I am in fuvor leaving tho ques
tion of sufl'rago where tho Federal
Constitution nov leaves it, viz.:
tho States respectively, Tho peo
ple of Ohio decidod, two yoars agj,
by a majority of more than fifty
thousand against negro suffrago,
and although I voted with tho mi
nority, buving since witnessed elec
tions in the District of Columbia,
and from reliable sources having
learned tho mode of conducting
in Suites whoro ucro
frage is allowed, I ura satisfied
tho decision of tho majority
No man has probably been
overrated than John Hancock,
was rich, lived ostentatiously,
was very generous, but bo wus
and unscrupulous. Almost every
body with whom ho traded was
to suo him. My father
mo thut ono could seldom pass
Court-house in Boston, duvinx;
timo, without bouri thn crier
tho Court proclaim from tho door
steps, "His Exeollcncj', John
cocl.. tomo into Court tint!
answer to A. or'B., or you will bo
defaulted." ', Ill would present to a
clergyman, for example, on election
day, a suit of clothes, and the tailor
would havo to t uo tho Govornor for
pnymunt and so in numerous oth
er instances; Ilia widow, Madamo
Scott, who married Captain Scott,
master of one of Governor Han
cock's liondon packets, told me in
my youth, tint on one occasion, the
Governor invited tho whole Senate
of MasachnKnls to breakfast with
linn, without giving her any no
tico. Site said, "We havo no milk
for the cofToo of so many persons,"
and he replied, "Send tho servants
out to milk the cows on the Com
mon." It was tho custom then for
tho inhabitants to send thoir cows
to crop tho grass on thopubliocom
mon. But Hancock was r,ot the
only man In publio life who in thoso
days dishonored his position. Tho
lute Judgo Wm. Jay informod mo
that whilo ho was n boy, he board
Chuiicelor Livingslono say to his
father, "Jay, what a set of ras
cols thero wro iu the Old Congress.
t . . .. ..
PQuTho A'aiion learns that "for
(500,1)00, Mr. E. Louno will sell a
manuscript which ho cannot afford
to give awayr and which is not
dear at tho price named, if Mr. Lou
rio describes it accurately. It dis
closes n beautiful and unsuspected
method in language - spokon nnd
rond by millions of our rnco. It
manipulates tho formations oftho
ancient Greek ns things of yester
day; shows the formation of tho Lat
in, German, French, English and
oilier languages; nnd ushers in the
day when it will be no longer neces
sary to tench ft philology which can
not be thoroughly cxpluinod. The
author suys Ihnt in his manuscript
fivo thousnnd exumpols nro taken
?ndiscriminutely fiom the Greek,
Latin, German, French nnd English
languages, and their very formation
rendered n perfectly Plain and fu
milliar as if wo bad mado them
ffrtV.Cftll snd exiimine tlrsotrauti.
ful Napkins at llnlli'ay A: Co s.
tejr liny Forks and Kevo'ving ITny
Rakes fi rsa e l-y C chran 11. uninn & Co.
FISH! Fliil!! KI.V.I!!!
a) e st and less thun c t ut S.
Wf K. Sill A Co. have on ban 1 a va
riety of Tin, Glass, and Steno Ware
r run inn.
(a?" Itenifiiii er the cling out sa'e
3. tT. Jtrewxters. a can huv sum-
nut gitsJs f tivth most at your uwn
BPi, " Ailelttioo " Hoop Skirt, fi-r e m.
fort, clKfnineeii.Leaso. A f weful ex
aminnti n of this skirt will convince
any aily nf i s superiority over all oth
ers now in use. F r sa euli y iy O. E.
Ilal.idsy it Co.
A girnd assortment f White
uisls,at very low prices alS. C. Brewster's.
Applic ation lur I'anlon.
Xotu-s is hereby eiven that an appli
cation will l-e nisJe to the Uovernor of
i hio for the pnrdon of Heal -ert con-
vieted at the March term, lKu9, of the
Court of Common l'leas of Morgan Co.,
I 'hio of I'urning liny stacks, preerty ol
Jacob Rose, ami at said term ut said
Court sentence.! to tlio I'enitentiary
ol Ulno lur mo icrm ol one year.
IIansa Ic IUi.i.,
July 9 3-wJ Attorneys f r Petitioner.
Hoots, Mines ami liaitcis very
Cheap at . lirowsier s.
Ulssolutlou ol' l'ai Incrslilp.
sottlod business of tho firm will be
; settled by John McDcrmott, nt tho
Bianu. JUI1A aiCULU.11 U 1 X
Notico is hereby civen that tho
i. juei-y iii mo jry uuou) onsmenn I
at Stockport, Ohio, nndcr tho firm
name of J. McDormott & Buccy,
was dissolvod hy mntunl consoot on
tso 17Hi ot Juno, 1869. Tho un
JOSliPIl K, RUCEV;
As I shall conduct tho businoss
heretofore carried on by tho above
nnmed nrm, 1 solicit a continuance
oftho patronnco of tho public.
July 2, 3tJ
Kfff Wo adviso our brolbron of
the press to uso up thoir jokes as
fus. as they got them finished. AVo
had sevornl on poor Uorio, which
our friend Grant hns spoilt by his
prompt removal of that unfortunato
crontleman. llowover, wo shall!
1. il . f... .!... . ... ! r
ihnv will unt fin for Unhnnnn tlml
successor of Bono.-N. y. Snn:
McCONNELSVILLE July 9, 1869.
FLOUR Beit fsinily 8i,60;
WI1KVI' 81.10 perbubbol.
CO UN MKA.L 0,80 per bushel.
CORN CO per bushel, wholesale.
OATS f)0 ceati per bethel, whulesalo.
llsy S'J.OO per too.
TIMOTHY KKKD 2 60 wholesale
FLAX SUKD--SI 75 to 2 00.
KKANd$2 50 per bushel.
DUIKI) APPI.KS ots. per pound.
DHIKll rKAUIIK.Mei UO per buali
l'OTATUIt 0 40 per bush., at
BUT l ER-- 20 oU. per pouo J,
KtiljS--' 12 Ms. per doi,
FKATIIEltil 15 cU. per lb.
8UJAIU15 to 20 els. per lb.
Willi K SUO Alt- 20 to 22 cts.. lb.
COKFKK-.? to 83 cts. per lb.
TKA SI 00 to 2 00 p.-r lb.
MULAS3KH .Sorguia 50 by bsrrcl, 60
to 7(1 p?r gallon.
HfUUl'.. Bl 25 per Ballon.
LAKU 15 lo 18uU per pound, whole
PR1KO TtKKF 21ol per Ih.
SUOULDKIW 14 cwils per Ih.
HIDKH I'ickelrd, 15 els tr lb.
C'AKHON (1?,-S0eis. per gallon,
I.'.NSKKU OK. 1,35 per rsIIod,
LAUD OIL. 2.00 pur gallon.
CAMiLliS 20cU per lb.
SOAP-, by har 10c.
COIlFlHlOots per lb.
8AL'' 82.00 per bbl.
V'OOLi0 to 15 cts per Ih.
II. M. COCUKaN:
O. B. BOZMAN.
J. F. SOJINANSTIAB.
COCIIMN, BOZMAN & 0.,
Hardware, House-furnishing' Goods, Farming Im
Also, Champion Mowers and Reapers,
Hay Hakes of Hie Hcst Patterns
OUIt FOUNDRY BEING NOW IN FULL BLAST WE ABE BEADY FOK ANY AND ALL CALLS.
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO.
McConnelsviilo, Nov. 12 2m.
D. II. MORTLEY.
J. W. PINKERTON.
D. H. M0RTLEY & CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Opposite llio Post House.
"WILL 3?A.Y CASH FOll
COUNTRY PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS
Country Met climit can find
nn nssorf mriit oftoods In our line ns low ns nny In III
McConnelsviilo, October t, lo3-f.m.
"F. SILI.. W. A. SILL.
F. S ILL & CO,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, TIN, BRASS & WOODEN WARE,
Tiiinsrrcs, wi low ware,
TRA-VlLINGr 33 AGS & VALISES,
Notions, and General Assorted Goods.
Opposite tlio Court Iiouse,
JV1C O N N E L S V 1 L LE, O U I O .
October 22, 18C8 10m.
EXERTION MADE TO MEASE CUSTOMERS.
KELLY & SEAMAN,
I Soots and Shoes,
Ladies' Dress Goods,
and Keady Made Clothing
Also, thoy would call tho attention of llio publio to thoir facilities for filling orders for
CLOTHING MADE TO O It 33 3D 31 ,
As thcy httvo 8ucurcJ lha ,0,,viccsm,nr0 ?!SpoSi fu" SSi. (fylii.AND,) wb0 wm 8paro 1,0 rni,,s l
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE run UUUUSAI I Kb. KICHEST MARKET PRICE!
STOliE, South-west Corner of tho Public Squaro,
,OQ, M'CONNELSVILLK. OHIO.
October 22d, 1808 tf
ffici rJJ7 JO. mr rJX? ai
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM I
O II N S T I T T ,
Manufacturer and TDcalcr in
10ES. LEATHER FilDiNSS
Onodoar East b'lho "ilUCKUx IS iJLOCIs.,,
A LIRRHAL ADVANOR Paid oil Leather Left nn Conslsrnmftnl.
C A LL O N.ST I T
October 2Utn 1HC!J Cm
AUENT for tho Salo of A. B. HOWES'
IMPROVED SIEVING MACHINES.
I IS E F O 11 E li U Y I N (3
Robert 3L. Morris. I
dealer Id Mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments. Buililniff Materials. Hhcll llBril-
ware, Cordage, House Furnliibiug (iooda,
TIN AND SHEET III ON WARE
Ojipouite lb Court House,
U'CORMBLSVILLS, O II I 0 .
W. B. HEDGES. M. D
Has permanently lix-otcd himself in Mo
Counelsville, wburo be will follow
bis profamion kuth in
rili'HIU AKU eUKOKRY.
All calls promptly roiiiondtit to. Oulco :
nimosite Muuiiuoy, llaunuuud k CVs Orurury
more, on vvnir eiroei. laug zuii
a. n. vikckst. w. a. vikcust
ii. ii. i. niiT & ituo.,
l 'lckt. 'Watches, and Jewelry, Silver and
oiiver-l'lutea ware, Musical luslrunients,
nnd Manufacturers of I'iuture Frames
Mor.Kia BLOCK, M'Cmnulsvillo, Ohia.
t-if Wutchus, Jewelry aud llutticiil In-
Having Just put now and benutiful re.
nuirs ujiuu my ruom, on the Public Square,
1 am now prepared to accoinmodato my
ciiHlomers Willi the choiceat meats- I am
determined not lo be undersold or oxnnlli.il
in the quantity or quality of meat sold
Thunkful for punt luvors I still solicit a
hureoriue public patronage. The high
cash price paid for hidus.
Those who are indebted to me on old so.
count are requested to call and mill, a. I
w;.h to iquure up my books and will heru
.fi.. An ....Iu . tLi. i :
. ., A.J. GRAY.
CITY S1IATIKU SALOON.
ritKD 11BOW.K, fHOrSIKTSB.
Fred Is prepared lo do all manner nl
work which eoints within the sphere, of his
legitimate basinesa. Shaving. Uair Cot
"ST. Hlmmpooing, Dyeing, doue to the
Balisfuetloii uf the most laslidous, Bwhclies
lid Curl ore muds to oidur, and ore war
sntodto prote sali.luctoi v. KobiL-Fjisi
.i.i.i tj I', .l.l;.. v
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS,
SPECML ATTENTION GIVEN to.
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