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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

.IELBOURNE MARKETS. . at Cattle.--About ],00 head were ponncd, the majority of which were of nuseful to prime quality.. The number .arled was in excess of "requirements.; ;This, together with the hIit day,which had n-very depressing effect upon saleS, caused' adull dtel aiud thron1uglont, and prices re * ceded about 20s. 'per h'ead from last quo titgions. Prime pens o?bullocks sold from £11 10s, to£'13 5s.; good do., from £9.to £10. ; second do.. from £7 10s: to £8"lOs:; Sinferior, from £5 ;.'prime pens of -cows; front £8 to £10 2s. (id,: good do.,- from £6 to £7 ; middling iand inferior, fronm £4. Fat Calves.-250 were yarded: : Prime sold at fronm Os to 80s ; good do from - 40s to 50s ; a.econd from .25s to 35s; in ferior from 15s: - Fat Shleep."--11250 were yarded, con sisting chiefly of; middling and inferior ' qualities, only a small proportion being -prime. The m2nalctwaswithout animation aiid,although best iorts realised lastwoek's rates, yet other descriptions were dull of sa...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

day, which met with brisk competition. and sold at the following quotations: .Cheese :.Prime quality in good demand, 'aidd sold' at° from Gd. to id. per lb. ; nedium,: 5d. to Gd:'; inferior, from 5d. Iotted Butter. Prime new make, lid, to i.'s. per lb. ; good old, 9d.. to lOd. per lb 2Fresh 3Butter Choice dairies up to is Gd. ;medium, 111d.; inferior. 5d. Eggs, from 'Is 2d. to is .3d. dozen.:. Bacon : Smoked .hanis,lld:; sides, 9d: toO1d; flitches, 74d; -do.; green, from 7?d. to 8d., according to 'qua:dity;:Honey, 41d. for good garden lotas; . bush, 3d. to 4d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. LI:d, 5d. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from 7s. to ?s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to 6s.; - eese,mto 7s: - fowls; 3s. 6d. to 4s. Car .case pork, dairy fed, Gd. perlb.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

" A, 'esu ";" Pl.i . :14 ' 6thi APRIL, 1885 : Grand Celebration. Of' teis Holday y the :siidents of the Goulburii Valloy. " Uo .OsU . IS? UEOLF.. : ' VAI~aaLE anid muet't Arrui'ci?irs iand con sisting of the following:w' 1. Maiden Plate, 100 yaids: Prizes; £1 and 10s.. Entrance, is. 2. High Jiuip. " Prizes, £1 and lOs.' En trance, is:' . 3. Bays' Race, 100 yards. Prizes 7s. Gd. mand 5. ' 4. Putting the Stone. Prizes, £1 and 0s. Entrance, s. - 5. Handicap Flit I iace,"250 yards Prizes £5 and .£2. Entrance, 53 ; acceptance, S,, s id..-:-.. . 6. flop, Step, and Jniump. Prizes, £ and - 10s. . Entraince, ls. - 7. Bicycle Race (handicap),3micsle Prizes;' S£a5 and £2: Entrance, 5s ; accept .anc, 2s ?d ... 8. Doubie Jig anod ?l?npip.: P:izcs, £3 and £1. 9. -Girl's ItRce. 1st prize, new dress; 2nd a new hat. . 10. Sack Race. (At least ten competitors), -1.. st prize, -?l ; 2nd, 10s. : i1. Grand Hurling Matclh. 12. Hurdle Race (hindicap): Prizes, £3 ,. and £1. Entrance, 5 ; acceptance, 2s 6d....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

- C. A. SEBERT, Teacher of Music, DESIRES to announce to the public of Euroa,- that having taken up his re sidence liere, will receive pupils for Violin and "Brass. Instruments, also Piano and Sitging........... C. A. S., trusts to give 'every' atisfac tion and desires the support and patronage of the residents of Euroa. Pianos carefully and thoroughly tuned 10.-6d. in township; 15s. outside and neighbouring: townships. Orders by post or otherwise promptly attended to. TEIMS--PAYABLE STRICTLY L7 ADVa~CB. Aunxkiss C: A. SIEBERT. care of P. F. M CLvKsE ? TT EoUcA. S 1P. II. H. IREEVES. ' EUROA, TE ACHER of Piano and Theory Sing ing, and Drawing. Terms onl Saplication to the al:ovo a-ddress. I1MPORTANT TO. FARMERS P. F Mo.CLUSKEY, S ...ILWA PLACE EuRoA. " - EGS: to'airmonce to the farm.ers of this and tlihe eiglhiouring districts that having got a couinission from a well ' : known -Melbourne firii he is prepared to buy Oats, Wheat and Barley in iy quasin ties.: Highest price'given for ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Inquest at Longwood. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

Mr McCormick; P.M1.I held an inquest on Saturday last, at Longwood; on ,the body of Mrs Jane Puddy, who died very suddenly at-an early hour on Friday luor' irg, The enquiry was] conducted at the late residence of thlideceased. After the jury had vieired the body and sub" scribed to the oath, Mr Harry Tubbs was appointed foreman, and the following evidence was taken:- . Cornelius Puddy, sworn, deposed-nAm a farmer, residing at Longwood. De ceased was mny wife. We Ihad been married 12 years. As a rule her ]healtlt wis good. On Thursday, 5th March, I wsent to Mel bourne. My wife was then enjoying- the best of health.-, ViWas absent fdiir days, arid camer hoore on the Monday follorwing. Met my son at the railway station, and he said- his motlier was ill. - On coming home, found deceased in bed, svoniiting. She said she was veiy bad. Hrad frequently seen her in the same condition, ar d did not anticiprate any danger, therefore did not send for the ductor. Made hler some barley water, whi...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of malsiM. i s close at 'the Euroa Post Ollice as follows : F6or GCorami', Merton, Doon, Main dample, and Manstield at 9 40 .in':dail;, Siundays excepted: :. For" Jamieson; Tuesd ys, Thursdaysa, and Saturdaya;: it 10.A0 a.m :: For Miepoll, Miepoll Soutlh (loose ba"g), and Kitrraniomus, South Moiidays !'Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Sheani's Cieek (loose bag),. Sttath-. bogie; and. Strtlathbgie West (loose hag),' on Wednesdays and Saturdys, aat 11 a.m.' - For ; Balmattum, `Mondays, Wednies days, and Fridays, at 11 i.ni..': ' . For Moglonemhy ; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.rl . - For0 - Melbourne iup and down trailn; 'daily?.t !1.10 nini.m, For- Mielloirne up and 'down trains; diily,. at 5.30p.m. Arri'al,'ot 'ailE . .: MILuls arrive at. the EuroI Post Oflici as follows :- . ;Fromi Goomraim,Merton, Dooiin,:Main 'da mplo and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.mn., Sun days. excepted.:.:. ,~i r" : ':From Jamieson, Tuesdays, ""Thlurdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p.nm ' . Fr...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

rOGiLOXNEMBY J OTTINGtS -. -.. BY " INCOG." - -: '.Bush lireai have given sa turn of late they are not visitors that we are anxious to entertain, but when they come we have to 'fit i u''with theiii, whether we like it or int. ?. On Friday-the 29th ilt.,; dui-ing the forelnool, tlie Messrs. Meclvor'!, who were workiing oi their farm, noticed a'fire; lurllnig.iin a briush fence ozi the selection of' 3r.'M yer. They ucceeded inl puttiing it tlirougily out, and went to diniier,i but on" retui'rini i what was their surprise to lild' thile fdicie burning aga i somne four or tive cliains from the previous fire. As it Would be almiost iaiipossible for a spark to be carried:so far,. the.geineral opinibin is "thai ,the lire is the work.of an incendiary. At aiiy rtte, whatever may hare been the origin of it, it got. away :from, the fence a;ld so6in lxteinded itself over a consider able areai, 'aid thltigh a number of williing hanlds were sooin (ln the spot working oiiist iiilefati-.,hly, yet a...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa-Races. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

`'TtsiiirGoi t tRce .- - T'he Cannulatracing carnival was lied ii the old racecourse, on Tuesday last;(St: Patrick's Day). The ireatheir was all that could be desired for outdoor recreation'-' a cloudless sky, and:a mild breoze temper ing the sun'e rays. A 6reenswasrdl under foot, and pjlenty'of shade; combitied vitli' the course being withii easily'come-at-able distance from- the :township, offered irresistible attractions to the Eurom i?aub lic, independent of the excitement which :is the invariable concomnitait of horseflesh competitions. :Under' the influence', of those favoring'conditiorn alargecoucourseI which at one time'must have'numbsred - 1000 persons, gathered during the liifter? noon. 'One "of the',inost iioticeable features ii' connection with tlheieeting was the presence of the fairer portifon of. creation in large nunibira; their gaceful forms,:harnionious groupings, and eleg~nt habits,; fdnning a pleasing contrast to the sombrel habiliments of thl sterner sex, albeit...

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BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

IlDAJ)DAGI o11 A.ýNJ TWA RR1E CRAY a Ii. [rnooM oun owN co ,sOi3ioIx0OENT.] The long continued dry state of the weather has been the priniipal topic here lately. Those of. us who till the soil need abundance of riain to soften the ground, and fit it to. receive the plough;, whilst graziers and dairyluen require it for the grass, 'rlhich, in many parts is-very dry. The residents at the south-west uend of MWarrenbayne are very fortunate in being. 1b lessed with a creek, the supply of which :s never failing, but away froni this, the i eed of water is greatly felt, in sonime in stances the farmers having to travela mile for the precious fluid. Along the course .of the creek referred to, a number of swasps exist, or have existed, and having found out that splendid - land was thus lying waste, some of the tillers of the soil hlave drained them.- The result has been -that. where rushes and ferns were prm viously- flourishini splendid crops may now l,e seen. On Mir..loln IRobinson's farm m....

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EUROA TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

.A general meeting of members was held oni Moniday evening, attlthe Euroa hotel, the chief- business being ?to consider a code of rules and regiulations drawn.,up by a?special csininiittee appointed for the purpose. Mr J.In~ilis in the chair jThe chairman, before entering -.pon the imi: niediate business of the meeting, called attention to' the -fact that the .band had notup tthe priesent time, met with tihe encouragement whilch they certiinly de servediHe took notice of,this purposely tlid uieinbors were individually at a good ddie"lof expense;-besides devoting thoir lpire tines frF anuniifelti h nd laudahbl ,object; they woiild' in a very short.timne be an acquisition to the town and district. He tlthouglht the nuinhber of honorary inieisbers nimght be more thauI doubledd He complimented the band on the; improve -nment they were making under their able instructor, Mr Siebert . The , remarks made;by the chairman were generally alp proi·cd. The minutes of last meeting were then read...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

FOR PAPER BAGS, TEA PAPERS, . ?STATIONERY, &c,: i; "iDVERTISER" Office. W. ALLEN. ci. ,I OL ]Tm, T..fr ' . t. eneral Storekeeper, ":[.. . l GROCERIES` ..... _ ofHa lasoll hdd forkin le 'Building . . . t " •t'e ' rz; . ".Iis :; 'i' " "?. . ". :" " ' .h[ NEW ZEALAND. 'LO AND lielboiu ne. SCaslhAlvances , tade agai nst. ' .' JrGaii' aind Pul ;. . , " il ". G d ., . -, ') s. t fAe 'or the ' "'." ':Comeiei lal"Un on iire S" Aýsi uruaance ditiet. : ..i:Melbuurlie,. : A i. . t fdr the .'' U" MTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY : OF \IJC'IOlilA.i A.',gant for M'Coinack I . . ier nud ii mo in., der, aHd other' A.ritcultu:al i plitnents, inicludiie S.OITE'S'SEEDt SOWlElt, E..T. I1 L' Sl)OU"Bl.\C'-ION ,CilUIINS, r The most ,Il:isr Saving Churn ., :, r : .. ...., ... ..K u.n.. Si Cah lBluyir if' all a Pro:l'n . d FidJIT TiiEES AT MELBOURNE , .Ti... ~'RCES.r - Of f,?,; THE".i SIIHORTEST OT cE. M.IuT.UAL, ASSUIIA\C'E SO C(IETY OF. VICTORIA (LIm?TEi.) 'Hedd Office, 7) Little.Collins itrert,'Wu-t M?elb...

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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

LOCAL IMARKETS The loca imill'reports having purchased. unring week, bver 200 bags of wheat and 800 bags oats, at the following prices: WVheat, 3s 2d to 3s 4d 'its, 2s 4d to 2s 6d bailey,.4s 2d., also has on land for sale a splendid sample of Port McDonnell hand ;.threshed seed wheat, and also Imperial variety. Splendid sample Tartarian oats :.---for si-e;.aboutl160 ibags, yield 8 bags to .the acre. Mr r.P. F. McCluskey reports having : -" -rchlsed for the week : 25 bags of wheat, : -50 bags of oats, at the following prices: " -Wheat of good quality, in new bags, t 3s 2Id; oats, 2s 4d. - Mr. C- LL DeBoo;;i reports prices ;lcc:lly as follows. S Fresh butter 8d to 10d SPotted butter 6d to 71d. " Eg, isd. '_ Fowl., 2s to Cs per pair. :Ducks 3s per pair. 3 urkeys 5s to 10s per pair. - -Siceprikins Sd to 44d. Hides 2d to 2,d-- "Kaiigaroo skins 9d to Is. Id. . Wallaby GC. to,7d. Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. 'Bear 2s "- Wattle lark'-£2 to -eC per tori. "prime csk buiitcer,7d t-o 9t,'-dii,-,-l'...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MARCH 20th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

FRIDAY. MARCH 2oth, 1885   the' slips, s?training upon the start,"is as applicable to,the whole of the Europ.an Powers at the present time,as when the renowned King Hal addressed the stirring words to his impatient soldiers. The whole of Europe is a vast military encampment, in which the flower of each nation stand ready to attack each other with all the ferocity of wild beasts.. The situation of affairs is sub ject to disturbing mutations every day and hour... The lightning messages constantly arriving at the antipodes. present new phases for anxious study with startling rapidity, and, to those who read between the lines the com plications -id tresu;ltant possibilities' present problems by no, means easy,;o:f. solution.i To keep abreast of:the'times requires the expeiiditure of an amount; oif mental activity, iunder the strain of 'whichi our forefathers wouldj have broken down completely, and it is oily by the gradtlual etlutionnf. a nmore. x tensive cerebal conformnti...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

GAZETTE NOTICES. License declared void:--Mary Peck,:Longwood, 320a; SLiense ipproved:--1idward Jolis son,j.Arcadia, 10"; S. ' lldlia.~gir Monediiet Southl, 70i. :jJoli O'Dwyer, l? o;ia South- 3-2a. : :. - iplicatios for licenses refused: - :ns. Miitchell, Boho ,00.L: .. Leass.e alpiproi?:-Jolin :: ilor. Stratlbogie. 197a :r -1-ip. ' Georg? R.: Taylor, Strithbogi,,cih1o a S' 2p. r" Win D. Biadshaw, Goo;aiir?idie, '000L and 1190a 3 353p. Alex. Pinkerton, Karaii.? omnus, 313a 1r:32p." Milton Cumminings, Shad'orth,:l 3,i3r3Gp. 0 w I ' Lbeod Nioncad Nortli, .18:: Sr gyp ChI S Wentworth, Varreibayice. Transfeis of le Ies:- m.in JI:ickett to .\ri Hong, : Strathbogie, 1i9'J 3r 4'p. Johni G,rdon to John R1einshaw, Euria, 9n Or i. Francis, M1'Cartney. to Patrick'. HIceberiy, Karraitoimus,

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

LATEST TELEGRAMS. BY E LE CTRIJ. TELEGRAPH. (ruat ou ouR OW coartssro;NDENT). J -ir-:O ut, ThuIsd y. Nig li The convict BInies was biought bc for th :South MIelbourne Police: Court to-day charged with the murder of the late J. L: Slack on the Ith Septemtber last. Ti?e irisoner reserved I-is defence and ?ras coniihittod for trial Thd foundation stone of the new, Masonic' Hall was laid to-day. Th[ ceremony was thi most imposing of the kind ever held in Australi'. ~-Thc Malpais divorci case was again adjourned to day 'for the seventh ti.. -.

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Original Poetry. DARWINISM IN THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

Ori Ill;l Poetr . DAlRWINISM I.N THE KITCHEN. 1 was takni' off my bonnet One evenin' after tes, Whe' n lhinsect jimped tiponn , As protel to be a fl:a. I , tobk it to te 'Srateo l:etween the liars to stick it. W hen strangely to relate, t. turned into a cricket It knocked mEof a heap, ' igan to feel quite. funky i i- swith'a'sOdden. 1eap" It juTfpd' into "asmuokey: .. A-lookin'.in its eyes Its features for to scan, " .Just incy miy. surlprise, When it charged into a ma. My missishlen comes in, fdrnkir'," And nays, t"rtarhh,'r u've beLen : .No,maim," sys I;"you're wrong," S'e cihly been & thikiii,' SAisd eto?a? 'I'm a sinner. i.".: Thitman there whatyou see A -gettin'" ut the winner, Was dewveloped from a flea. rTie mreemnasains of Victoria havre beed on the qui vide for some tiutm past, and. great prepdratibns have been mnade to surround the laying to the foundation stone of the ewi.'Masonio Club With the due hmiour that e becasion Vtarrants. Yesterday it culhinated in a gra...

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Atoms of Items. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

Atoms of Itenav.. WVantid= Rain 1 Later --L60ks like rain. Six p.m.--Tlunider and lightning. Sdven. Blowing half i gale. Black. Ei'ght.- Trying hard tob rin. i Iuchl 1Half )st 8. -Lraid thuider "clap, and rain cats and dogs. Latest-We go to press midst a terrible hullabaoo. Have ?to shiut orders. Grand breakup of the droiplitt o Out with the pl'ugh Faners ,-liurroo r Men as reaerve force in LTdia, 11 000. Three black snaikes killed in a paddock at Mangalore; one with 209 young i side two with 34 eaci. Total 100. Mrob of klangaros several miles sootlh from Eurba increased'oerasoreoe Tilly ho! for localsports. Australian, Co-operltive ?ob'acc6 Coln painy to be voluntarily wound up. Trmips in Gernianuy 200,000, atan - nual cost of £3,60i),000.. - Intercol'nial Cridket iiatclh concluded Englishmen victoriio byt an inniun, and 98 runs. Liedertafel conicat N. S. W; aid of iatrs otic fund. Large attaiidaini?. ". Fish annd oyster dihlbr given by l;ayor 6f Ilothlirai 103 guests:.. : - Ir m w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

C. A. SIEBJER1T, Teacher oºflsic, : DESIRES to announce to the public of Euroa, that having taken up his re sidence here. will receive pupils for Violin and Brass Instrumuents, also Piano and Singing. C. A. S., trusts to give every satisfac tion and desires the support and patronage of the residents of Euroa. Pianos carefully and thoroughly tuned 10s. Ge. in township; 1Ss. outside and neighbouring townships. Orders by post or otherwise promptly attenided to. Tzrus--PAYAnLE SaTRICrL is ADVANCE. ADDnass C. A. SIEBERT. care of P. F. M CLUSKa?Y . EURCA. -MR. HT.. :. BEEVES. EUROA, TEACHER of Piano and Theory Sing ing, and Drawing. Terms on application to .thle alioe address. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS P. F. McCLUSKEY, . RAILwAY PLACE EUOA. B ECOS to anionnce to, the farmers .of this and the neighbouring districts that having got a commission from a well. ': kni ?si M"tlelbxiurne .irm he"t is prepared to buy0i-ats, Wheat and Barley in any quan ties. Highest price given for good cleani samples:...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

A public meeting was held in the Shire hall on Tuesday night, for the purpose of electing trustees for the new racecourse reserve, Cr Gibson, the president of the shire, in the chair. After reading the advertisemient convening the meeting, he requested Mr Sutherland to explain the meaning of it thoroughly. Mr Webster, of the Colonial Bank, took the minutes... Mr Sutherland said he would. suggest, in the first place, 'that' the number of trustees should - be five, and three to form a quorum. Unsder existing cir cumstances, they might go oil for years before their new course would be fit for use. He, however, proposed a plan by which this might be done in one year, so that the course would compare favorably with any other in the colony. Itwas for tile gentlemeii who undertook the duties of trustees'to arrange to supltd tlhe money for fencing and clearing the .roidnd-JO0 acres. They would undertake to clear a course one mile and a quarter long aisd a chain wide. A tank - 500 yards wide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

tSupplement.] IM PORTANT NOTICE. At T. BAIRRACJLOUGIH'S B@@WT WABBEo © I@ i NEW PUBLIC HALL, EULROA, Where you can geL 'BOOTS! Of all descriptions, including ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, AND COLONIAL 3anufacture, in all Styles and Shapes, at -.RTOEs?_HITHERTO UNKNOWN in this DISTRICT. •-------. -,.. , , , HEADS OF FAMILIES .SPECIALLY TREATED WITH.::-'W Private Fitting RoEnn for Iulis.:' Business .Hours: 8 n. , -tc :r' p.m.; Saturdays, 10 p.i., REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED, T. BAR RACLO U G H, JBOOT1 LKER, . S LuTn1 A 1 O A?,?n FoRD Bxo4u., Prlinter r.nd Stationers, Advtrtier'Office, Euroan.

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