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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Fanning as a Vocation The life of tbe fanner has ever been considered by himself, one of toil and drudgery, but with how much reason, it may be well to ask, to investigate, and to become satisfied. It is the lot of man in general to have an occupation If not necessary for a living, it is made a means of obtaining wealth, fame, or power. A few, born ti wealth jr tides, pursue no calling but that of pleasure. Such lead miserable lives, and do little or n-> good in tbe world. It i» appointed into all men to work. It is necessary to health, strength, comfort, and happiness. Hut to work, it is not necessary to guide the plow or harrow, to wield the axe or scythe, to sow or reap. There are other kinds of work, equally laborious and fatiguing—other occupation- more wearing to the system, and attended with less pleasure. In this country, there are more men engaged in farming than in any other occupation, and in the rural districts, they constitute a large majority of tbe inhabi...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

T^ SWeb fntt|.: I * TOWAJSTXA.: I. —«__— > fe Thursday Morning, March S, 1859. R~ [From the Atlantic Moathly, for February.] p THE PALM AND THE' FINE. H; BY EAYjUUI taxlob. | P When peter led the first Crusade, If'' a N' oticnian woed aa Arab maid. H' Ho loved ber lithe asd palmy grace, ft;.¦ Au<l the dark beauty of her ftct. Wt She loved his chcebi, *o mddy lair, |/.' His sunny eyes and yellow hair. He called—she left her father's toot; B.V She followed whereso'er he vent. I', She left the palms in Palestine »¦ To sit beneath the Norland pine. I I I '¦" She King the raasky Orient strains [{' Wbere Winter swept the spowy plains. ! V Their natures met like night and mom, / What lime the morning star U born. * The child, that, from their meeting grew <'} Hung, like a star, between the.two. -. "-j Tin' glossy night his mother shed From her long hair was on his head ; {.. .;,,* But in its shade they saw arise ¦ ' ¦"' The morning of his father's eyes. ¦: :i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Abstract of Congressional Proceedings Weosesdav, February 23,1859. The Kansas question, in all its aspects aud bearings, was reopened in the'SssATE, growiiur bnt of the discussion of Mr. Hai.es proposed amendment to the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation bill, repealing the restriction clause in the act providing for the admission of Kansas. The debate assumed a colloquial shape, In which Mr. Docglas took the principal part He went over tbe whole ground, from the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska act to tbe present time, fully de6ning his po^itiojjf and answering all questions freely. Mr. Uhowv, of Mississippi made a speech addressed to tiie , Northern Democrats. The. debate was also participated in by Messrs, Davis, of Mississippi Grke.v, of Missouri, Hcsteb, of Virginia, G wis and Bboderick, of California, SriARr.of Michigan, and others—principally, however, Democrats. *: The Si-sate adjourned esaxtly at midnight. In the House, the first thing was au unsuccessfu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

FROM HARRISBURO l ICorrMpoaoence of the Bradford Reporter-!r ' " V :-a HAaauuTOM, Fag^tS, (6*9. Mr. a O. IrooDmcH—Besolutiooa against en incretae of jibe present rate of pottage,! introduced by Mr. Kimrer early in the session, came op in their order a few days ago. Qoepp (Democrat) opposed Instructions upon any subject, and open this in particular. Mr. Wooding also spoke against them and moved their indefinite postponement. Kill, Willisten, Rose and Kinney nrged their passage. Mr. Rose read the remarks of Mr. Buchanan in 1838 in favor of instructions, in which the following passage occurs :—" Ever since I was capable of forming an opinion npon this subject, I have believed that the Legislatures of tbe several States bad a right to instruct their Senators." This bad a very quieting effect on tho question of instructions^Mr. Kinney said the position of the National Administration on this subject presented quite an anomaly, and wonld bo regarded with astonishment were it not that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

FROM KANSAS. ¦ —*r—;? .-. ¦ Vwacaa^K. 1%Fenrnmry K, 1859. M0.t).^toorin|cHi-Jjfyr Sti-^fesuppose yo o feel something of o4 interest in the welfare of Kansas, especially thai portion of her citizens hailing from the Old Keystone—and I tell yon their name is legion. 1 am satisfied there are more people in Kansas from PennsyivaniatSao " from any other One state. Why, even thlscityr which is called a map-town, contains more Pennsylvanians than those from any other one state—bq with Leavenworth and all the other' towns of any note in tbe whole Territory. Onr Legislature adjourned last night at 12, P. M. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, both this and lost winter, were from Pennsylvania, ond both mode able presiding officers. DrrzLEB, of last winter, member from this county, was formerly from Schuylkill Co., Pa.; Lazilebc, Speaker this winter, was from Berks Co. Last winter there were some seven or eight members in the lower Honse; one, Bassett, from old Bradford ; this w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ¦ *** f"-li jLvcfWHTO ;Cotrtmr.—-Governor Packs* bis appointed Hr.Ct.Att, of the Gazette, Grain Measurer »t Pbfladclpbia. The dst(e» of tbe office are nominal, tad the salary uk$Z,500 a year. Printer* ore lacky sometimes. " X. :->. t'j. :''r> . —Tbe Loco Foco County Committee met at Williamsport last week. There wax a contest between the rival rActfcma of the " unwashed," bet the feomratsnKereaic ried tbe day and elected John B. Beck, a delegate to the Fourth of March Convention, at Harrisbnrg. Tbe opponents of Packer and Douglass feel jubilant. —Scarlatina Is prevailing to a considerable extent In portion* of the county, and ha* proved fatal to a number of children. ? SSr A Gband Military and Masonic Ball came off at Ely's Hall, in Blmira, on Tuesday evening the 22d last.. In honor of tbe illustrious WAsniKUTON's Birt'i Day. Over four hundred persons were present. The Elmira Gazette, in describing the grandeur of the occasion, relates thejfo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Shocking Tragedy at Washington! Oi Philip Barton Key shot Dead in the street by Hon. Daniel E. Sioklea, *—Washjnotos,Sunday. Feb. JT—P. if. The vulgar monotony of partisan passions and political squabbles has been terribly broken in upon to-day by an outburst of personal revenge, which has filled the city with horror and consternation,—I cannot unfortunately add, with absolute surprise. At 2 1-2 o'clock to-day, Mr. Philip Bartox Key, the United States Attorney for the District of Colombia, was talking with Mr. Bitterwortb, of New York, at the corner of Pennsylvania-avenue and Sixteenth-street, near tbe sooth entrance to the Executive .Mansion, and some twenty yards from, the Clubhouse on Presidents-square, when he was nccosted by the Hon. D. E. Sickles, of New York. Mr. Sickles charged Mr. Key with destroying tbe honor of his wife and his own happiness, and, drawing a revolver, instantly shot him down. One ball, entering in at the left side, passed completely through tbe body ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

»¦ . ¦ . -".. . .. -^ i... . .. ¦' . . v lis. O. GOpDBtca,' JBDt^OR. TOWA3STD.A.: —¦ ¦ ¦ m •^•VMvanBgt Thursday Horning, Heron 3, 1859. Tkrits—One Dollar per annua*, invariably in advenet—- Four tctekt previom to til expiration of a tubteriptim, notice will be given by a printed wrapper, and if not renewed, the paper will in all eeues be ttopped. Cmibbiso— Tbe Reporter will be eat to Chibt alike fol lowing extremely low rates: Ceopiet/or *3 00 1 Uappi«/or....»l2 00 10copinfor 8 00 | JOcopieifor.. .. IS 00 Advebtisexentb— For a eqaart of ten lint* orlett. One Dollar fat three or ten insertion* , and twenty-five tent* for each noutpient insertion. Jon-Wont—Executed with aecUraty and despatch, and a rrauonuble pricM—n'flli ecery facility far doing Books, nianJit, Hand-bille, Balilickete, tec. Moket may be sent by mail, at oar ritk—enclosed in an envelope, and properly directed, we will be responsible far ilt safe delivery.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Ax extraordinary session of the Senate is called for the 4th of March, to act, as tbe President in his proclamation soys, npon such communications as may have been or may be made to it on the part of the Executive. Foreign* News.—The Royal Mail steamship Canada arrived at Halifax Thursdayevening, bringing a week's later intelligence from Enrope. She left Liverpool on the 12tb inst.— Tbe proceedings of Parliament bad been unimportant. Affairs on the Continent appear to be in a very unsettled condition. The French Legislature bad convened, and in consequence of the peaceful sentiments uttered by the Emperor aud Count de Mokset on the occasion, pacific rumors had predominated for a time, but the latest advices have a warlike look.— Preparations for war continued on an . extensive scale. Tbe Paris Bourse had fluctuated considerably, as also bad the London Stock Exchange—both closing heavily. A new loan of fifty million francs bad been voted by the Sardinian Chamber of Deputies, whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

¦ I diss, Ia- ia.' on'thc 20th of February, MARY, daughter j !in V Means, aged 16 years. < "mietliing peculiarly comforting In the death «np wlw give evidence that they are prepared to ' ..* aiir'n to a better world. They are spared ¦ 1Kb aud troubles/and are actually in the eni'uii--;ic.-d:ablo happiness. Especially Is this the ¦ n health is held by a feeble tenure, and strength ¦ '*!*.h .1'lvancing years. •omfurt. bc think, can be gathered from the SltitY Mevnr. Beloved byall, tenderly eared •r Smi'ly, who responded to her ever)- want—jSI'i tiun has done everything that could be done live the spark of life, they can bow with calm ¦ n to the will of the Lord, "and can feel that the t laeir hearts is one whom the Great Shepherd ' .t-p has called as a lamb to his own arms. ' a* we have reason to believe, she is unspeak-;• ii. the presence of her Suviour, who would .:M,i-r liai-k ? Only let her memory be cberishi» i-liarge she gave to the weeping member* of )', to live so...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Smtst tUmumM. DR PORTER'S DRUG STORE IS FULL '* DE.*TOBTER'B(*aEMICAIjBT)BBrBPrjU,l : DH. POBtEB-l AI>OTHECAe|y STORE IS FCU1 DB. FOBXEB-& OFFICE IS FULL 1 ./'- OF ALL KOTOS) OF EVEBTTEONO! OF EVBaYTHDJQ OF ALL KINDS I OF EVEHYTHTJfO FOB EVERYBODY 1 OF EVERYBODY—FOB ALL THINGS 1 CHOICE PERFCUEBY AND FANCY GOODS! CHOICE GOODS AND FANCY FEBFDMEBYI CHOICE TOILET ABTICLES A FRAGRANT WATERS ROSE, VERBENA, COLOGNE, BAY A LAVENDER 1 TWINE FOB BEOOM MAKERS! TWINE FOB MAKING BBOOM31 TWINE FOB TYING BBOOMS ! GLASS, LEAD, ZINC, OIL AND P0TTY I VABNISH, BRONZE, GOLD AND SILVER LEAF 1 VEBUILUON, OCHRE, CMBER, GREENS A BLACKS! GOOD BURNING FLUID AND CAMPHENE ! GOOD FLUID AND CAMPHENE FOR BURNING ! GOOD FOR BURNING-CAMPHENE AND FLUID ! IMPROVED—NON-EXPLOSIVE—FOR GAS I FLOWER, FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS ! FBESH TEA, OLD COFFEE AND PURE SPICES! \JUM DROPS, LIQUORICE AND REFINED CANDY 1 ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS 1 ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS! ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS I FISH ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

£&r&bjraBt}e, Act . . WWW I I I II" I i ¦ ¦ ' ' ¦ ¦ xxnra&AS suionBt TUBMAN that smkui tt« TIN AND SHEET rROff WABEjit the EAGLE WORKS, Is supposed bwH* admiring Mends tftle tl» r^tWoWjr-{, manf and the bout workman In Tin and* Hhtet iron of any man In ib'is region of country. Tin WaRi.laa6vtix.bimu Warranted not, to (roA um£ He w always 6b niitliWithonsainl ofbrltk. to make work to order.or do HOCSE JOIUliNG,«» Eava Troughs, Conductors and Roofing, or to .exhibit a Urge variety of STOVKS, For cooking with Coal or Wood,or Parlor, Ofljce or Stop Stores made ut the above work*.' But if ton »nm to alt* orders fur CASTING OR MACHINE WORK, call at tbe other end of the same establishment where you canproenre anything yoo want in the line of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS wilh bto improvcmenU, such M Plowa. Cultivators, Corn Snellen), Cuttiwt Boxes. Hone and Dog Powers. Ac., or any kind of Casting in Brass, Iron ana Composition ; or Machine Work aud Bepairing in a dm* an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

mSjss^^iums^mmmmmsm JUtttltiiiiMjt, 4fct. The Discovery Made! ANY BODY WHO HAS EVER BEEN AT THE EMPIRE STOKE, : AND SEEN THE PILES OF GOODS THAT STONE h. Co. jt .. abe sending oct all oveb the cotjrtey, CAN NO LONGER DOUBT, BUT WILL AT ONCE BELIEVE, THAT THE PEOPLE HAVE FOUND THE PLACE ' whibb ADOLURWUBUYTHMOSTfiOOOSI .Witt the Unbelieving Com* and Set ? SPECIAL COURT.—Notice is hereby given that a Special Court of Common Pleas will be held for the County of Bradford, at the Court House' in the borough of Towanda, commencing on the second Monday of May next, and to continue for the week if required, at which Hon R. G. WHITE will preside, for the trial of the following cause, to wit: Israel Smith vs. Samuel Kellam, and others. ALLEN M'KEAN, Prothonotary. Prothonotary'g Office, Feb. 28,1859. Pratt and Oraajaental Trees. THE undersigned is making arrangements for the coming Spring to supply the people of Bradford, and adjoining counties, with a choice variety of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

^m mmsmem&m^mmmmm ¦ afaassT ¦ 111 1^1 fi tt( *¦¥ ' f '*'* ^ * JnuitiunuK|( r <w. PlffRSfNEf Xto. % ratton'a Block, -Sowanda, *a», Have recently added largely to their stock of DINS & IliMie, CHEMICALS, FAMILY GROCERIES. They also have constantly on hand vubjb win us Axn> uqvobji, > FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. FRESH CAMPHENE, At the lowest rates, and BURNING FLUID, of superior quality, manufactured expressly for the gas-jet fluid Lamps. They also keep all the Popular PATENT MEDICINES, of the day. Every article going from this store is warranted oa represented, and if any prove different, they will be cheerfully taken back, and the money refunded. iJ. G. PATTON. Towanda, Feb. 1,1S59. Dr. E. D. PAYNE. GREAT BARGAINS FOB TrVTHSTTER GOODS CAN NOW BE HAD AT ROCKWELL'S. THE SUBSCRIBER has still on hand attne assortment of French and English Uerinoes, Plain and Printed DeLaines, Polka, and ail wool DeLaines, Union Plaids, Shawls of all kinds for Ladies, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Irgad. -—-•---*"-• iny|i'. i nnj i nil j'l i i" m r* " A DMINISTRATOR-S NOTICE-Notrce J\- U bewby given, that all peipaW bObbttA .' to the ejtata.of, ABIAL f*OSTEB ^ deceased. Ute or* Xor* Towanda, are requested to make pajnent wlthont delay-, and those havingctaims agalhsttnessM estate will please present them duly aathmlhated foreettletnent. SAMUEL B. FOSTKB, ' January 83.1859. Administrator dtbotm ton. , ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—Notice is hereby given, that all parsons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM BERK, late of Sooth Creek, dte'd., are hereby requested to make payment without delay ; and all persons having claims sgainut the said estate will please present them duly authenticated for settlement. CYRUS BERK, Jan. 24,1859. . Adm'r, with the will annexed. NOTICE.—The Board of Revision of'Bradford County have fixed npon the following days and places for holding of the Appeals in said County lor 1859, via : Athens Boro', at John 8. Sloan's, Tuesday. Feb. 33 ; Athens twp., at Joh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

[ a trbtrUscmtiTts. VD TIMOTHY SEED FOR 1 Patton's Block, corner Main and WM. A. ROCKWELLi is and Sot Bed Plants ' sale at the Garden of R Y MIX. TH EACH. CESTS EACH. 25 Burgundy 37} 25 Concord.. 37} ...55 Rebecca , 87} ' 374 Diana «* Isabella;. 50 cents each. >f Grope Tines, for our climate, are he very best, they are hardy, vigorous, i no fruit more valuable. Every vine o name, and to Jive with proper cult's above mentioned'ripening •» difr adds to convenience* ts *. DOZ. ' «! • CESTS A BOZ. lowers.G Large Purple Egg Plants.10 • v6 Long " " <• ..10 ¦ oPlantO White " "¦ " ..10 rPlants 10 Early York Cabbage 6 " 10 Sweet Potatoes Hants'for j Bale. * * 'lants, out door culture, 25 cU. per 100v a Maytothelaatof July, 25 cts.per 100. AMPER will travelthrorjghtheConnty r selling a few thousand of the abow Yines, all well rooted. Being expert interested, he win gladly Instruct how March 1.1859. TRIMMINGS-a new assort. '•v3 MERCUR'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

Srtotng g*atM&i. obovis & aB-ucs&>a CStEaBAI-D • - Family Sewing Machines. NEW STrLES-^PRICES $50 TO $125 ETTBi CHARGE OF »5 FOB HEMMERS. F, B. CHANDLER, Acest, Montkosk ; J. U.R0BJXSOS, Lask-st., Euuns. THESE MACHINES sew from twof-ponls. as purchased from the store, rroniring no rr-wimling of thread ; they Hem, Fell, Gather, and Slh-h In a superior style, finishing each s»nm by their mm operation, without recourse to the hand-needle, as is required by other machines. Tliey will do better and cheaper sewing than a seamstress, -even If she works for one cent an hoar, and are, nnqnestlonahly the best Machines In the market for family sewing, on account of their simplicity, durability, ease of management and -id.iptlon tonfl varieties of family sewing—executing either heavy nr line Work with equal facility, and withoutsgtecjal adjustment. As evidence of the unquestioned superiority of their Machines, the Grover ft Baker Sewing Machine Company beg leave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

ifatsccUaKcous.1 ..!;:,r.j* totkiWortd C8i»iaei>redl The Excelsior Churn! Patented by S^AS HEWITT, July 14,1857. THIS CHURN is tha result of years of experience by a practical mruier. to pio b ce a Chum that has all the sdvtmtiges of the-old Dash Churn and he a" labor-saving Machine Wc claim f' r 'his Onto, and arc prepared to prove by actual dcmot<irsit'on, (hat it will produce more I utter—a better qualitv—with less time and lesslobor—than any other Chum fn market. It Is perfectly simple in its construction, not liable to get out'of order, and a child ran operate on it. it bos been thoroughly tested by several hundred farmers in Seneca and adjoining Comities, and its merits fully established wherever introduced, and *s pronounced by ail to be one ol the greatest improvements of the ogc. KsT The following extract from the Senrra Falls papers of Mnv Mth, i« « sample of what the." EXORLMOR CHURN " has done, In competition with other Churns: " A trial between the Smith...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

smsmmstmWmmTsWmmmVmmmmmmmmWesmmtm ; ....,s.^Jfig*BBgy®aSfeL-. ' FkRCHAS. M. TURNER, PHYSICIAN, •XJm't^KO£ON.mn,\AstTo ft^t>iA sertjeasto .the fahaMfantrorTowaidaand vlcfhft*: 'Office aWreatidence in the dwelling recently occupied byH. Booth, |Esq.-, one door north of the Episcopal Church, oo> Maine (Street. "*" . ' cr »r»«iw;vi :. ,'7». »<JO>XTAjn r.: nTERT<)>' j&/ MONTANVB? A TTORXj NHT6ATl.Aw~0Hee la Union Brock:, formerlly occupied by J as. Macfaulane. -- ; • - —.¦¦In1' ..-}& /C^ZS'^Vt »v .. H. J. M ADILL J*. D. MOBROW. MAD1LL tt MORROW, A TTORNJS YS AND COUNSELLORS AT tAsTr-OBee over Mercur'g Store, Towanda, Pa. Towanda, April i. |8. . J n-43-tf DR. E. H. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND S(t*'7lO£0*y, ofiiershls professional services to the people of Towanda andviclnity. Ofllce at bis residence on Pine street, where he can always be found when not professionally engaged. . EB. PARSONS, ATTORNEY ' AT • LA W, TROY, Bradford Co., Pa. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

mmBmmmsmammammkwmmsSwm jtttS(CUrTW( OttS> ' j WHOLESALE & RETAIL ¦ •» Boot and Shoe Mamifa£toFy^ i im. JOHN BEIDLEMAN & CO., WJ respectfully Inform the public:that they haVe «jsv%j^s» c0mrocnce'i the manufacture ofiBoots 4 Shoes, |h» inthe3dstoryofBeidleman'«Blocfc/:oinerof Msdn IS Bridge streets, where they are prepared with every facility to furnish at Wholesale and Retail, Boots and Shoes, of every description, of; the vers best materirIs a..d madiifacturea lh'the mc^yot*hnatillke*mnnner. Mai's French Calf, Kip and Coarse Boots and Shoes. Woman's and Children's Boots aud Shoes, of every description. By the case or single pair, dealers are particularly requested to give us a coll, as we believe withjour facilities we. mn furnish a better article at a LOWER RATE than can be obtained elsewhere. REPAIRING,of all klnds.'done with dospatch,in short notice. In a workmanlike manner. H'e shall also keep on hand a large assortment of LEATHER and FINDINGS which will...

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