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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1874)
PV1H.1SHED EVERT SATrP.DAY BY
SCBSCfRIPTiaS tN A DVANC E :
Oue eopyt one year
Ten copies, uc year
Special tadueeraenta wffcri
ileslrons of canvassing far
to the Rxoisi i a.
l to persons
IT. S. Official JMr for Orcsmi,
SEPTEMBER 11. 174.
It has been truly stated that the
growth of cities is largely due to
the number r.: .d variety of their in
dustries, and to this cause alone can
be traceit the great population and
wealth, Po rapidly secured, of Nor
thern and Western cities. We wish
to impress this fact upon our people.
If the people of this city wish Al
bany to become a live, rushing, j to Creccent City
populous business city, let them go 500 mdes. ( api-
A beautiful to
ken of love and
respect for the
memory of the de
ceased, was that
vase of sweet
that adorned the
sacred desk at the
U. I. Church, on
the occasion of
the funeral of Mrs.
I'aber, on Satur
day ; and the do
nor has the warm
est thanks of Air.
Baber for this
beautiful tribute to
the worth and ex
cellence of the departed.
The people of
Southern Oregon I
are urging the
building ot a nar
row guage railroad
from the big bend
of the Humboldt
to work with a will to make it a
manufacturing centre. The natural
facilities are here take hold and
improve them. Organize manutae
turingiV'mpanies, print prospect uses,
and invite capital and skilled labor
amonjr us. Why, a very little in
telligent erfort would, in a year or
two, build up a large city a solid,
thriving place, secoi d to no other
in the State. What would Phila
delphia be without her manufac
tories? Her 11.000 manufactories
turn out annually four hundred
millions of manufactured oods,
supporting a population of 750.000
people, occupying 1 26.000 houses,
of which 40.000 alone are the resi
dences of working people, l ilt up
works tor the manufacture of agri
cultural implements and macliUH-ry,
and keep hundreds of thon-ands of
dollars at home that now is an
nually drained from the c untry in
the purchase of Eastern productions.
A few energetic, live business men
to take the lead, and the advance
ment of our city would be so rapid
and grand as to excite the astonish
ment of the world.
Pacific Coast Directory.
From I). M. Bishop fc Co., pub
lishers, through the kindness of W.
H. Dodd, Wells, Fargo Jo Co.'s
agent in this city, we are indebted
for a copy ot the S. F. Semi-Annual
Trades Guide and Pacific Coast
Dircctorv, for the first part of 1874.
Tt is a very complete business direc
tory for California, Oregon and
Nevada, containing a complete
classified and alphabetical!' ar
ranged business directory of one
hundred and sixty-three cities and
towns in the States mentioned. It
is specially va'nable to business men,
and at $1 50 fbr a neatly bound
volume of 450 pages, is exceedingly
cheap. Send to D. M. Bishop &.
Co., 521 Clay street, San Francisco,
firiend, by the way one of the best
cooks and neatest housekeepers in
.the county of Linn, sends .us the
following recipe tor tomato pickles,
which is splendid : "Air. Van
Cleve: Knowing you to be a lover
of good things, I send you a reeije
for excellent tomato pickles : Take
ripe tomatoes, which should le
peeled with a knife, without scald
ing, then in a clean, dry jar, sprinkle
ome brown sugar ; then place a
layer of tomatoes, and upon each
layer sprinkle a small handful ot
sugar, until the jar is tilled, wheu
21 clean cloth should be laid smoothly
upon the fruit, and another over
the top of the jar, without tying it
down ; set in a cool place tor two
or three weeks, when you will have
pickles sharp and good,
Gov. Osborne, of Kansas, has
renewed his request to the President
for arms to protect the frontier fiom
Indians. Sixteen citizens of Kan
sas have been murdered by Indians
since the 16th ot June, and not an
Indian punished or even arrested.
Let the arms be furnished, with
plenty ot ammunition.
It is announced that the Marquis
of Ripon has become a Roman
Catholic, and for this reason resigned
the Grand Mastership of the Ma
sonic Grand Lodge ot England.
The Prince of Wales succeeds tem
porarily to the office of Grand Mas
ter. The order removing the head
quaiters of the army to St. Louis,
was officially promulgated on the
5th inst., the removal to take place
Poland, candidate tor reelection
to Congress from the 2d district,
v ermom, is second best in the race.
Geo. S. Hoar, of Mass., an
nounces his willingness to serve the
people again in Congress.
Madame Agath States, a promi
nent actress, died in New York on
The three States, Minnesota, Wis
consin and Iowa, raised 70,000,000
bushe's ot wheat in 1873,
tal stock S7.500,
000; shares, 500
tion books have
leen opened, etc.
On the 30th
ult., in a fight
with the redskins,
Col. Mill's com-
! mand got away
! with them in good
; shape, killing thir-
teen and Wound
; ing a large nurn
i lior. There were
j 500 Indians in the
Xo pajier will
be issued from this
office next week.
We shall issue a
ioca! news, etc.,
only. We intend
takinoj a week's
wheat at SI 45
1 55 f) 100 lbs ;
oats, 81 40 1 65;
spring, 2831c ;
Oregon butter, 20
A few transac
tions in wheat at
Portland at SI 40
1 45 per cental,
deliverd in sacks.
Oats quotable at
How do you
like our paper?
We shall add on
one column to each
page within a
month, and sooner
if we possibly can.
wiil sell his per
sonal property on
the 2d of ( )ctuler
next, at auction.
J. II. Smith, of
W. T. Elkins, of
Lebanon, were in
the city yesterday.
Wheat in Liver
ptol quoted at 9s
1 Oil 10s Id tor
average ; club 10s
frind Mullen has
been nursing a pet
felon, on his right
hand, for a week
or so. It is very
Butter and eggs
in this market
same as last quota
tions. The rain has
brought a good
many people into
the city. Harvest
dance came off at
Hard on the far
from Cuba state
that the Cubans
bad suffered a de
feat in a late
the killed are Ca
tixte Garcia and
his chief of staff,
has returned from
No change in
tions. Little column
for a bit.
Obituary. Mrs. E. J. Baber died
at the residence of her husband, Mr.
G. H. Baber. some live miies south
of this city, on Thursday, September
3d, 1874. at 11 P. M.. aged 51 years
1 month awl 10 rtavs. Her death was
caused by hypertrophy of the heart,
accompanied with paralysis of the en
tire side of tin; bod v. She was taken
ill about the first of April, and for oue
month previous to her death suffered
the most excruciating pain. She was
buried on the afternoon of the 5th
lust., from the U. P. Church in this
eitv. Rev. Mr. Bowersox, of Salem,
officiating, a large number of relatives
and I rinds being in attendance. Her
mind was afflicted only partially dur
ing her illness, she being rational a
great portion of the time. She ex
pressed herself as perfectly resigned to
the decrees of an AH-WiselFOvidenee.
placing implicit faith and trust in Him
whodoethail things' well. Deceased
was an affectionate wife, a kind neigh
bor, a true Christian, and in her de
parture the church and society at large
has lost a bright and shining lisrht. a
void has been created that can not
easily be filled. Our sympathies go
out to the bereaved husband, who
is left solitary and alone to tight the
battles of life. May the Giver ot all
good watch over and comfort him in
this dark hour of affliction.
Old father Knox, aged 86 year, died
at bis residence at Knox Petti1, fonr
miles trotn this city, about 11 V. t.
on Monday. He hail been quite feeble
for years. He was buried at Knox
Butte Wednesday afternoon.
TITUS. BOURGARDES & CO..
fate lies, Gioek
J E V ELRY,
Silver & Plated Ware,
Hp II AXKFl'L TO AX APPRECIATIVE PUBLIC FOR THEIR GENEROUS AND
JL unfailing support in the rfi, and hopeful of a continuance and enlargement of
the same in ftae future, we desire through this medium 10 call the attention ot" con
sumers in Linn county, to our well assorted. and carefully nurebased stocks of iroods
I at the above points, comprising r.iil and
Samuel E. Young
(Successor to Blain, Young Co.,)
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
STAPLE and FANCY
stis 01 till Classes
illj hen in C nrt-rj Stores. Lad; of rime and space precludes any at
:ifj : : ini'it- I o maintain an 1 add. to our reputation for
uosl 1" m r.v s ore in Linn county, arid will only say in COnelu-
1!.; - he 1 '. will be loan I 10 eon tain, ai ail times, mere nearly
THERE Wild, UK SOLD AT PUBLIC
auction and to the liiiiesf bidder, on
Frlrtny, tlie 2tl U:- or October. 1H71,
commencing at 9 o'clock A. M ., at th n-si
donee of the nndersigued, the following
described property, viz : Five bead of good
work horses and ha rues? . -2 good wagons,
1 Concord buggy and harness, 1 first-class
cow and 2 fine 'rifers. -2(1 tons of hay, 2iMl
bushels of choice seed wheat, one lot car
penter's forts, together with all kinds of
farming utensils : also, household and kit
chen furniture, all new and complete.
Tkkms ok s'i,k. Twelve months credit
with bond anil approved seenritv.
Sep. ii-3t t;. ii. rarer.
MA X V FACTUREL AX I A I '. Pill
especially for the Pa-li1c' .i!?-i by rlie
NATIONAL ELGIN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, viz :
WATCH and we mot confidently v?c
omineiid them to the nul'Ue,?is possessing
more rood qualities for 'he price than any
other Watpli in the market.
We also Keen all other brands of Elgin.
Waltham and Swiss Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry, Silver and Plated Ware,
Ii-lo! antJ Cartridge.
C-i1 Repairing a Spe laity.
,:i : ndre an las we liave not been in t he pa-i, neither will we be in the future,
id ijy aiij honomble dealer.
f"All Work Done .nd (Mods oNI,
Wiirrnnti'd t lie its IS. jn-rsi otei!.
! A. WHEELER CO.,
Dealers In G-eneral Mercliandise,
Machinery, Wagons, Lumber, Shingles, &c.
Bills for building furnisher! to order at lowest rites. Forwarding and
Commission Merchants. Highest market rates in Cash for
lf All intuitu oi' Il r en ?ia tabic Produce. f-2
Shki1) and Peoria, I.inn county, Oregon.
ZVI e 3 c h ant Tail o i ,
FIRST STR KKT A I.15AX V.
KEEPS THE CHOICEST IMPORTED
Cloths, and the lies! domestic produc
tions. Reasonable prices, and satisfaction
J. D. TITUS. J. B. TITfS
TifUH, 9Sirsarde & .'.,
VI JOHN OASTEIfB ttl.li st.M),
First street, Y, OREOOS !
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEX TO THE
subscribers t i he Capital Stock of the
HOME MAN t'EAt "i'l'RIN'G COMPANY,
that there will be a meeting of said uo
scribets at the Agricultural Buildinjr, in
the city of Salem. In Marion county. State
of Oregon, ou the :3th day of Octolier. A.
I. lS74. at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose
of electing not less than three Director,
or such number ahove that number as the
stockholders present sha'l determine, and
for the transaction of such other business
as shall properly -omc ix'foresaid meeting.
All the subscribers are earnestly roquested
to !e present. CH VRI.ES Wl HOWIE,
T. L. DAVUISOH,
Sept 11ml Incorporators.
CHARLES WILSON IIAYIXC LEASED !
the Wei toot .Warbet.on First street, ,
adjoining tiradwohl's. respect fully asks a i
share of the public patronage. Tile mar
ket will be kept constant ly supplied with
all binds of fresh meats. Call and see.
fcr The highest cash nrice paid for hides '
CHARLES WILSON. !
Albany, August 14-74
PO STP ONEMENT.
Fifth and S.n.s iiili Concert
IN AID OF THE
Public Library Kcutuckv
Sewing Bfaeitte Sales of tsT:t.
CIIALI.EN C 1
MONDAY, 30tH NOVEMBER, 1014
A postponement of the Fifth Concert of
the Public Library ot Kentucky has :een
so generally anticipated and is so mani- j
testiy tor ine interest oi an concerne-i, t nat
it must meet the atinroval of ail. The Jay
is now absolutely fixed, and there will i;
no variat ion from the programme now an
nounced, a sufficient number of tick-ti
had been sold to have enubied us to have
had a large drawing on the 31st of Ju y,
but a shoVt nostnonement was considered
preferable to a partial drawing. Let it le
borne in mind that the
FIFTH GIFT CONCERT
IS THE LAST WHICH WILL EVER BE
GIVKN UNDER THIS CHARTER BY
THE PRESENT MANAGEMENT,
That it will positively and unequivocally
take place as announced on
Monday, 30tli November,
That the music will be the best the coun
try affords, and t hat
020,000 Cash Gifts,
$2,500,000 OO 2
will be distributed by lot among the ticket
i i'e ot seirms Machin
is,:i shows '.hat our sales iast year am
ounted to 22 444 two hundred and
thir'y two thousand, four hundred and
forty-fonri Macltines, lieing a large in
crease over the sales of the previous year
The table a'so ebows that our s;iis Ex
eivd thM- of anj otfcer Cowpntiyi for
the period nai led, by the n amber of 1 ! ;t.
2.'. t .llariiim'K or nearly doable those of
any oilier Company.
It may be fnriher staled, that the sales
of ls7;t, "as compared with those of 187 2,
show a relatively larger increase, beyond
the sales of other makers, than of any I
oi nei year.
l or instance in ls,72 we sold 4.i)eo more
Machines than any oi hen onipany, where
as, in 1873, the sales were
113 2iil Mnrbiuifi iti fxcivs oi our
IliK'heMt ,.tisi.-Si;or .
These figures are ail 'lie more remark
able, for the leasou that the sales '-i the
principal Companies in 1ST;! are t , tSs to
i.'i if wile lit IS72: whiereas. as has
been shown, our !i0le bi ve l:cgely
The apeoant f a!ef ; ;
ma le to the ownei tl
It will hardl-i he ji
ority of the SiNCEIl '!
demons' rat e 1 - ii uli
popularity in tlte tu.
Sin tier MfV t o. .
Seeor S M ' 'o.
w. & w Mr . Co
1 onics i" M. Co.
( Irover tt Baker Co.
Wee I S. M. (-o
Wilson-S. M. Co ...
How Ma bine Ci. .
Wiicos & (ii'ibs l.o.
American Ii H t o.
Flo'n-e S M. Co. .
WHEELER & WILSOX
THE SLNGER MAN C F A C TURING
31 L'nian Square, New York.
'"Champion o!" (lie Wcrlil."
THE WINNER AT
London, Barl. and Vienna.
T!ie OSLY loefc-stiteh WlTHOlHt n
ty-SoIdon the easiest possible terms of
pa men t .
HcUIBBIS .V DAVI?OJi Aist
(ticiittt. Wa.Hliwrtou A tt.tl;o.
W. II lJId, Virent,
A t'l'l IV 'I'll V KTVrt rv !; l i'll'viS
i i. l.TS. u'.Id
: eno"iiio:w .a.s
' he -4iinc v.. aimed
m r i , .-" an 1 by smli a
-'. . i . a d: tra of riuures.
.i,.- !y tUi' htisers aii tia'nra iy
a e hose - bo ha 1 no '"i ha e i
n.f i. u.ar machine ha hex ha i not
best and lnos tviiriiafone We ;-i!i-,
iy thai pi'in era' .nk is In , a?. I we
rslv principally on the MERIT of our ina
chine to recommend it to purchasers, and
v i V.fn ixsas'itig we can 'ay wearenot
aware of any Cauman v in the Si ate of Ore
gon sel'lnif moie machine property at the
piesent rime than the Wheeler & Wilson.
We stand i; ;-. ow feeord, winner
a' r, ci,t. l;:r a! Vleoxa and we
TUleiire an v Fat ill . Sewing Machine in
the -ate io meet us r.nd 'ake fbe ribbon.
With reference tO our 1lO!io.rs at Vienna,
we ciaim Them and sjo? them, and chal
lenge any machine companj-, for
One 52uis(!rel DoSiarH,
tl'.tit the Wheeler & Wilson Sewtag Machine
Conmany received the tflKt.est HouorM
eonfbrre'l on any Sewing Machine " nipa
n y at tlie WoiITs S.'.viMwet2ou, Vienna,
And a-'ain.:vs re'rard-sales. The Wh-el-er
& Ii ' ili if ll th-' :r yt'-ltc- of itnj .S'Vr
R urn sfii trhif fli'tl xal-x of JS-nina Ifrt
(7i''v in lsT.i Inn; by their Company , and tee
t u7'e.', for
Oiio Iiimdi3cl Dollar's,
ntiM Agent or jntnj 1 xhir awl prove it
b ; th ir " r turns.
.-rn. w challenge anv machine in the
S'a . ' N ; !!iM i:i-.! DOLLARS, c
s! - -.. gainst nson lccl Hiiicn Aintplte-
t IHtrnifility And again, if any
- h in : Machine Fraternity in the
vedat i nr co- imeeeso wit to
i C'Wite ' Wheeler ft W si n
'I -!'-. ae I desire io ?.'
: mi SShattle Fatniiv
o. t r.N K Hi" NJ RED
do the .me HBkottKt and
i-. irj ! . same iime. we .it:
Ved W I C Wilson.
: i ii, show our hand ;
" a,j way. and prove that
. -..( ran( to-da in or
here. the Cu .im
v -; A I'll SoS..Agen;a
M ' ii . r.'.,on, Wa.-l;-
i an I I .uho.
we v i!
e o i . i
ruen &. Co..
Tit us. Bniir.': :
Agentt, Albany, '.,regot:.
LIST OF GIFTS :
One dranil Onah nu t $2.10.000
One Grand C'nsla Ciift IO0 OOO
One Grand fasti Gif t 75 OOO
One Grand VmmU Girt SO. OOO
One Grand Cash Gift 25. OOO
5'aliGil'ta, j20.000ea IOO OOO
104'itahGtftM, el, OOO e 140,000
154,'aala Gifts, IO OOO en ISO OOO
20 aNliGiItH, S OOOea 100,000
25 4nb Wifta, OOOea 100,000
SOtKMliGiltM, S.OOO en OOOOO
SOCaabOMte, 2,000 en 100,000
lOOC'aMhWIttM, l.OOO en IOO.OOO
240 4 'MMll GIl tH, 500ea 120.000
5oo CaMh GII'tN, loo en 5o 000
10,0OO Caab Gllta, 5o ea O5o 000
Gr'nd total 20,000 Cnsb Gfta 2,5oo,ooo
PRICE OF. TICKETS.
Wbole Tieketa 9 So.oo
Mnlvea. .......... s 25 .oo
Tenth, or each eupon 5 .00
1 1 Wbole Tickets for 000.00
22 X Ticket fbr 1,000.00
Persons wishing to invest should order
promptly, either of the Home Office or our
Liberal commissions will be allowed to
satisfactory agents. t&B' Circulars con
taining full particulars furnished on appli
cation. THOH. E. BBAMLETIE,
Agent and Mnnajrer.
Public Llhrary BuiMln.?. Louisville, Ky.
Thu Wonder or the World
LOOK HERE, WEARY WOMAN!
THE CM MAX ME AM WAPHKH K
the iiest, clieanest and most durable
machine ever invented, and if costs no h
injj to And out what It will do. The nrfce
of this wonderful invention ramres from
$.' SO to and is wor' h be a-lent jt.B of
everyone. lookout for inir-.osHlons, for
the country is full of them. X'he machine
can be had" at W. II. McFarland's Albany.
KLI HAZEL, Gen. Aftt,
For thr; S ale of Oregon.
Albany, July 11. 1874 3m.
A.TTEIS no X
E"voir'"t ! 1 i n -. New.
WAR CliUH ACiEXlT.
(No. 34 Montpomety Biock.)
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
W. H. AIKEN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
and (.ommander of the Giand Anuy
of the Republic in California and Nevada,
will give protunt attention to the collec
tion of Additional Travel Pay, now due
California and Nevada Volunteers dis
charged more thiin three hundred miles
from home. Soliers can oenena on latr
dealing. Inforanitfon given fi-ee of charge.
When writing enclose stamp for reply and
state com) an V and regiment, and whether
you have a dwcliarge. Congress has ex
tended the time for filing claims for Ad
ditional Bounty tinder Act of July 28, l!,
to January 187.1, to all such claims must be.
made before that time. Original Bounty
Of $100 has been allowed all volunteers who
enlisted before July 2-J.l, 1S61 for three
years, if not paid the same when discharg
ed. Land Warrants can can be obtained
for services rendered liefore 1&55, but not
for service in the late war. Pensions fol
iate war and war of 1812 obtained and
increased when allowed for less tlian dis
ability warrants, bnt no pensions are al
lowed to Mexican and Florida w ar soldiers.
State of Texas hasgranted Pensions to sur
viving veterans of Texas Revolution. New
Orleans and Mobile Prize Money is now
due aad being paid. W. H. Aiken also attend.-;
to. General Law and Collection Busi
PARKER & KORItlS'
IS SOW RKAItY COS! THE BKI'EP.
tion of wheat and oats. We eu!5 the at
tention of formers the fact that we have
creeled the tlnest warehouse in the S.utc,
a' a inige exrtcnse, and are in tiosition to
handle satisfactorily an Immense quan
tity of grain. Our house has a capacity for
200,000 bushels of Wheat
at one time, and is located on the margin
of the Willamette River, an,d provided with
a side track Irom the o. A C K. R.. so that
shipments may he made daily by rail, an I
as often by water as boating facilities otfe v.
We have t wo iare sin ; ion tan-, in addt
tion to other fans, a' 'ai hi-i to foe house,
run by water power, and are ihu j .re
O L E -3. Ii-
all the wheat received. Can take In and
.clean 10,000 bushels per day. Cleaned wheat
is worth much more in all foreign markets
than toni wheat, and none should ne snip
ped without cleaning. Qar charges will le
five cents a bushel on wheat, and lour
cents on oats. We have
SIXTY THOl SAXI SACKS
to furnish those storing wheat with lis,
tree to those whose wheat we purchase,
and at the lowest, cash price to those who
sell their wheat from our house to o. her
buyers. Persons storing wilh us are at
liberty to sell to whom they pleas,-. Those,
who reside on the west side of the river
will have ferriage free. Will be in the
market as buyers, and exiect to be able to
pay the highest possible price. Having
piepared ouraelv es to do a large business,
we hope for our share of the public pat
ronage. PARKER MORRIS,
inly lln t7-'- Albany. Oregon.
GRAF & COLL' R,
Manufacturers and Healers in
OF ALL KINDS.
KVBEAI.S, B.TAD.S TABLES,
Ll -SOKX, SOFAS, SIMtlXU
sj:.: i. ciiAiRi, etc.,
Always on hand or made to order on the
FURNITURE repaired expeditiously and
at fair rates.
Ics! -ooiii nnl Factory on rirxt-St..
near ? i-l:ntpcr'fi Baherr.
.(. A COLLAR.
A.banv, Feb. 2e, 1874-20
and all kinds of
Agent for the celebrated
New Wilson Sewing Machine,
Guaranteed to be equal to any, and
lrom $10 to $15 less than other
first class machines.
GOODS I.O W.
Call and See.
At Old Stand, Flrat Street,
febl274 ALBANY, OIUMiOIV.
Ii. eti'eneh m e it t I
Has just received a new stock of all the
iatest styles of
MEWS' AIVO BOYS'
And is sellintf so cheap that all c;m buv.
Th- gotxls were
IJoixjrlit tor C" j r-,l.
and are beinsr sold for the a)i:.- comnioi
ty. The secret of selling -o:-!s- is in
Having selected owf coo !s
COtirt tllO :.Kl:
CRlT .i A3.
I SELL ALL, GOO! S A'
AUaK C'olles:lute Enstitute !
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND FOPULAR
Institution will oien on Monday, Au
gust 31st. 1874.
The course of strtdy embraces the follow
ing departments, viz: Classical, Scientif
ic. Commercial, Music and Art.
For particu.-urs address,
K. lv. WARREN, A. M.,
Alban y . Auk 1 1 m 1 Piident.
TTISTEY ORGAN 8 SOLD AT THE W. E
JCj Parsonaag. Albany, on the most favor-
aoie terms, rne KftTji ORGAN has been
pronounced the best by the most comne-
tent judfres. Ihi,' buy any other until
you nave seen and heard these beautiful
FULL LINES OF
KOO IV. A: MISOKm,
AO & IO AN,
CbeadleN Brick. First street, Albany.
LOOK, PARLOR AND BOX,
S T O V E S !
Of the best patterns.
ALSO : TK, SHEET IHOS AMD OOP-
And the us nai assortment of furnishing
as to be obtained in a tin store.
Repairs neatlv and promptly executed,
n reasonable teiTns.
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