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,. ·51 ·· 'lilijllitnn i;\i~ttinmtnbt ' . . . . ' . .... . ' ... ' Ji !! ,\! •.• : !. ·' ;.. .. I . , . . i • . .. J ,. I 1 FIRE DEPARTMENT-KINGSTON. If t ':2\.b . GEORGE H SHARP, Chief Engineer. tU,Qt, :0~ · ·. UttfiStm£1115. Jiiil.tM:iGWOR'l.'RY,Assist, do w ... ··;;:t~~· 8·-D·!JJ; ···· •• -~· - CJ~.tl\AT. I' u'R.1V!T,URE. A)l:ERICAN bngiue Co. No. 1, Ea.st Front St., J\ D •i:JL G r . . I<'oremi111, J.. N. Hermanqe. · · • ··. • P··'EI . H' , KnmF~TON, NIAUARA Engine Co. No. 2, F11.ir atreet. Fore- No. l, North Front St1eet, :IJpposile the Tannetu m11.n. John W. Saulpaugh. Ql!'tERS FOR SALE the 'large,;t assortmen~ W AHRINGTON Engine Co. No. 3, Firemen's of Qabinet Furqi:t~ril ever exhibited in this Ball, Fair street. l<'oreman, J. W. Bea.tley. place; among wblcb may be. found Mahogany ExcEI.SIOlt Engine Co. No. 4 , Excelsior Hall, Black Walnut, Maple, Flag seat, Drawing-room; John lltreet. Foreman, James B. Van Gaasbeek. Rocking, Oftice and EaSy CHAIRS; Maholfa· . . . . . , ny, French and Orib BEDSTEADS; Sofas, ~ILTWYCK Hese Co. No.1, Firemen s Hall, Tete a·'l'etes, Bureaus, Card. Centre Walnut .t Fat~ street. Foreman, Morenns W. Griffin. Oak Extenshm, 'l'uiletand Breakfast'7' ABLES; Exc£LSI01t Hose Co. No. 4, Excelsior Hall,' Louoglls, Looking Glasses, Wasa a01l work Jobn street. Foreman, R. B. Newkirk Staed, Closets.@)., &e. E.WLE, Hook lt Ladder Co. No. 1, Fire·men's Enameled 1!-nd Puinted Fnrni~ure of ~ariolli! Hftll, Fll:lf ~treet. Foreman, James G. Teller. ,t.ylee l'Dd prwes, All;o, lll!lrga ll.llsurtment or R. Coffins, of .MahtJgany, Black 'wnlnut and otber ONDOUT. wood. ~All Furniture delivered in the vi- DONALD McMILLAN, Chief Eogineer. cinity free of c!Jarge. GEO. M. EMMETT, lst Assist. do All kindso.f Furniture made to order. as n~n· GEO. WEBER, 2d do do al,-atsbort notice and 'On 're!LIIOnable terms.- The public are res).Wctfully invited te call be- Foreman, Ed- fore p~trchasing e:lsewbere. »6 Sm J. D. SLEIGHT. LACKAWANA Engine Go. No. 1. ward Winter. PROTECTOR Engine Co. No. 2. Foreman, Jos. Tubby. GooD INTENT Engine Co. Fo. 3. Foreman Jas. G. Tubby. ' LACKAWANA Hose Co. No.1. Foteman, Wm . Ostrander. RESCUE Book & Ladder Co. No.1. Foreman, J. H. Stratton. ==~----.--- ... ----.-,-=~~. __ ---_----~_------- HOTELS -KINGS'.l'ON. Kingston Hotel, Crown £treet, Kwgston, N. Y. _________ ..:::.S~- .=:B.::R::.::O WN. Proprietor. Ulster County Bouse, Wall Street, next door to Court Bouse. THJmox SlUTJJ, Proprietor. N B. Horses and Carriages to let. . l'o1.l&tain of Health. W M U. MA.SON h n~ oprmed a Drua Store in the ofliee of A. S. P. Snyder, opposite .Masten's Eagle Hotel, in Main street. DR SNYDER. Will see to preparmg and com· pounding medicines, and will guarantel:! to use the best articles, and not sell adulterated druo-s to hi.'l customers. · \ MASON has likewise a SODA FOUNTAIN of superiilr quality, with good healthy Syrups,and no brass or copper to poison the W11ter. I~ you want a PURE gla~s or Soda Watn with ch01ce syrup~. call at the Fountain of Health and yon will be accommodated. Try it.ttnd b~ yom· ow-n judges. WM. U. MA!ilO~. King!Ston, June 16, 1859. 47 tf C. B . SAFFORD'S Clock, Watch & Jewelry Establishment. ~elt Defence is the rntrng principle of ....,, m&nkJnd, and the most perfect and beauti- ful\littltlarticle enr made for the purpose, is =====-=·--- Temperaaee Boase, M R. C. B. SAFFORD. late of the firm of . Safford & Kail, nspectfully informs the publiC ~b!\t the business of tbc establishment at N?. 12 WaH street, will be conducted by him \lith tl;Je same promptness and di~patch as lor- merly. He has seenred the services of one of the bes~ workmen in New York City, and is now prepared to do all kiud~ of repairirig tu Olocks, W~ttcbes and Jewelry in the VN'Y best manner. He has also for sale a large variety of valuable Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. the eelebl's.ted rrYJ 'i?flll Hmitb. & We.sson 7 Shooter. W @)~ !~ I.N (f)@)[!}~(!Q VILLAGE OFFICERS-KINGSTON. East Front Street. ________ J~uN._H..:.Sc~~YVER, Proprietor. It- weighs but 10 ounces, is perfectly bea.oti· u fut in,t.ppesra.nce, and tbe most effective arm .J..tUdson, N. Y. LANGWORTHY'S Emporium. .: H u D..,.,..S . N D ba.vmg pure ased and ever invented. Call a.nd. see it a.t T ... E . N \\'\' JG E · h . _ ---·- · taken possesston of the Badgley Hotel (for· P ARKER PATEt.'T CQFFEE Mn.I .. --The most merly the Hudson Honse,) it will be hereafter Pert'ectCoDee Mill in the world! It is a called the double mill-tint bteaking the colfee and tben . Wortll, House. grinding fine or coarse as required, for s~le at He will continue the Hotel business as bere· . LAN?WOR-TIIY's Empovmm. tofore, and will be bappy to receive a contiu· H OUSE FuRNISIIING ARTICLES.-A splendid nance of the patron.age !5! liberally extended t? .. variety, including everything useful in bim. The House \S delightfully and convem· titcben economy fro!ll a B\\~~~~ Pin t? a Cook ently locl\te~, and affords ample and. pleasant 11 tove, for 11 ale ~~ot prtces to ,,i>Ult the t 1 ~es, at accommodatiOnS .to botb travelers and boarders. LANGWO~'l)iiY!Il Emp 9 num LIVERY fur&uehed at all times. llign of the Golden Teakettle 76 Forth Front si.. <J, H )liLLER. :..:::.----'----------~·------- Hudson, May 6th, 1959. cl3 3m C ook Stoves, · C<lok Stoves, Cock Stove1., Cook Stoves, Cheaper than ever, u.t LANGWORTHY'S Emporium, H OBBY HORSES, Gigs, Cabs Carriages & Velocipedes. wood & iron hooplas, jnmp- ing .r.~J?e~, arid: all ot.lJer su.eb traps selling at low pr1cesa.t .. L4NGW®TllY's Emporium, ULSTER COUNTY ' ·,.' W:M.. S. KENYON, President Board of Directors. ~DIRECTORs.- Ward No 1, Amasa J Humphrey, \ \ 2, Edgar Hoffman. \ \ 3, Jacob Rider. •• \ 4, Jeremiab Smith. \ \ 5, Angustnil Decker. \ \ 6, Wm S Kenyon. \ \ 7, Wm B Davis. Cu:ItK-Daniel L Declwr. TREASCRER-Jonathan D Wilson. CoLLECTOR-lRaae L F Houghtaling. AssEssoRs-James J S~yles, Aug. Schoonma~ ker, Martin Miner. RoNDOUT. Tli'CSTEEs.-Natha.n Anderson, Jamell G. Lindsley, Robert R Kerr, JQ.mes G 'l'ubby, Lo- renzo A Sykes. CLERK-Seymour L Stebbins. TaEA.SURER-J an sen HasBrouck. CoLLECTOR-William Golden. AssESSORs-Daniel B Stow, William Wilmot, John Dougherty. CHURCHES.-KINGSTO:N. FIRST R. D. CHURCH, 1o 6d sign of the Gt~lden Teakettle. Corner of Wall and Mll.in Street~. Rev. J C F Hoes, D D, Pastor. Sabba\h Serviceil at 10 A ,l ~D SEED STORE, corner Main and East M, and 7 1' M. A 'Front streets, Kingston, Ulster Co., (oppO· -- Agricultural Warehouse site Schryver~!! Hotel.) SECOND R D CHURCH, Merchants, Farmers and dealers are most res- Fair Street, near Pearl. Rev. Anson DuBois, pecttnlly invited te eall and examine our new Pastor. Sabbath Services at .101 AM, and 3 1 4 and carefully selected stock of Implements, P y. • seed,s; &e., all of which we will sell as low, if not __ hi-wer than any otbel' bouse in the tr&de. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUROHY~ MONTANYE & REYNOLDS. ' :h EAGLE HOTEL 1 Main Street, Kingston, N Y. WM. MASTEX, Proprietor. AMERICAN HOTEL, CorD!lr Rondont Avenue and StJames Street. A.BM. H. FREER, Propl'ietor. ~Board $3 per week. CLINTON HO'IPJL, Hurley Avenue, West Kingl!ton. ANDREW JoY. Proprietor. Humphrey's Hotel, Bridgcatreet, West Kingston. A. HI!Ml'HREY, Proprietor, German Hotel, Green Street, near North Front, Kingston. J.a.coB FRELEWEm, Proprietor. RoNDOUT. Mansion House, Corner of Division 8i; I:ackO:wanna Streets. G F Vo.s BECK, Proprietor. Clr£nton Hotel, (/anal stred. A METZGER, Proprietor. LIVERY BT ABLES. itoitsts~&.lfiRRiiGESTOLET~ at all hours of the day, at JoHN H. DcMoxn's LIVEitT STABLE, Mala St1·eet, adjoining Masten's Eagle Hotel, P olar ll~fl'lg~rat:or.--This is the age ,\Of imprcrv:$1Cll~ tnd scientilic progress, and mechanism has attaiaed.its olhnax in ~be JWOdUetion oL this Une4qiml~ Refrigerator, Whu~by.ten-pouniD·O( ice wUl h;e~p a.~rge quantity of food ~r.fe,®ly eoohnd .. dry ln the botteP..'Weather.,.and at the same time give you a eo~t;IJUl)ply of ice.cool water tor drinking a-ad-~ -.pur-poses. eau and exat?ine a 11ample~t~'t·:\:;f T~~~!f:W'!_~l~ ,BIDROfllPfi· -q..Remember the new stand. c 1 tf Ea11t F~o~t Street, near Malden Lane: Rev. . John Ltllle D D, Pastor. Sabbath Services at Peas. Peas ! Peas ! 10 1-2 A M, and 7 P M. Kingston, N Y. M, Hauver's Livery Staltle, 4 ,. ..... e-~· .... ~ ··-' .. ~:-- ~ . ....: ...... )!'i_ • ...:._,.· • · •· ·- ··,z:~·~ ... L FIBST M. E. CHURCH, F OR SALE-A very d;·si~~bie H~~~e ~~d Lot iu Pro~pect street in this·villag-e ·at present occupied by T. H. Hanlenbeck. Will be sold cheap, as the owner doe~ not re•ide iu the village, and has no olhel~ property ·i u the place. Fc.r f11rlh0r pa1'tieulAI'Il enquire of R. BeriHnd, Main ~treet, Kinl{l'ton, or James .Myer~ 8!1 Chambers Btreet, New York. 58 3~ S URE REliEDY FOR .JJYSPEPSL\ : . 1Bt:-Go to Beriy's great Fishing Tackle Depot, s1gn of tbe Yellow Perch, select from his endles~ variety of Fish Hooks, Fish Line11, Fish poles, :ftycr snells, &o, an outfit such as ean't be bought at any drug store in Kingston. . ~nd-Take a ride to Cochecton Hflllow,rongh 1t m tbe woods two or three days, catch two or three hundred trout, and if you don•t return a. wiser and a healthier mau,then Berry's Fishin(! Tackle is good for BiX. , Fishinl! Tllckle cheap wholesale and retail at BERRY'S great variety stor~. ' e 2 tf 81 North Front street. D RY GOODS cheaper than ever~Eigbte'en penny Cballie Delaines only sold lor 12i cents at :!lbYEu WElL's. M ASON'S Gla5s Fruit Jars !.:...The most per- . feet, safe a!ld reliable article ever offer<'d ~o the pnblic f9r _preservin~ Fruit of all kinds. \'EI:~»tY::U~ES :G-lG& ~ ~lA.GES..-­ ..£.1..~·:,niealit'lfut i'P.d''trestr·stodtt; jrist·receiv~.d direet 'ft'mil ~taelfurera, aml f01'. sale a._t their prices-a~ - :Lang~.orthf's Emyertum. S IXTEEN Varieties to be found nt Bragg&. JaD· sen'sDrug store: Extra Early Daniel O'Rourke, Fair street, between Main and Pearl slreets.- Rev. D L Marks, Pastor. Sabbath Services ll.t 10 AM, and 7 P !Jl, Adjoining Brown's Kingston Hotel, Crown St. Horses and Carriages to Let Warranted perfectly air-tight without the use of wax or cement. Pints, quarts and~ gallons for sale, wholesale and retail, at manufacturers agency and at their own prices, at · L4NGWO:RTHY's Emporium ~·~~E.!l'S I BASKETS! l :BASKETS!! !-The : ~ll.~s,t~l!so~tment ofl,.~dies 1 Work. Baskets, Ladltll' Tta.ve.bng do. and all otber kmds ever before _9pened i~' K,ingsto11-just recei!~d and for aale\lilw llt \ : 'Laligwurtb\Y''s Emp.onum. TIOOKS I }So0JS.$J I. Bo. ok~ ! ! 1--A. la. rg.e stock .D of TheologtQ\\t, SunQ.ay School,. :a,ymn & Mis:~ellall~9US BooklJ. just l!eeeived and for sale obe11p at WYNKOoP's Bookstore, Opposite Ulster Co. Jank. \ \ CedoNulli. \ \ Prinoo A I bert, \' \ Emperor, \ 4 ' June, \ .Tom Tbumb-grows ll inches high, Earty Blue Surprise, ·• Bisbw's new long Pild-18 inches, \ Protilic or strawberry-IS! inches·] FOB GENEIUL CROl'o, Champion of England, :Pine Imperial, Ha:rrison•s·Glory, (fine and new,) Napoleon, \ Eugenie, •• -- SECOND M. E. CHURCH. Corner East Front and Liberty streeis. Rev. Wm 0. Smith, Pastor. Sabbath services at 10 at all hours. .J'ERE~IAH tSlUITH, ::r:..xv::ma. V STA.BX..E,. Wall street, between Pearl and Maiden Lane, Kingston, N.Y. FIBST BAPTIST CHURCH. Horses and Carriages to Let Crown street, between North Front and John· at all houri!. AM and 7 1' M. streets. Rev. J C Harrison, D. D., Pastor. Sab- 1 =================== K in g s t on P o s t 0 f fi c e . PROTESTANT EPISCtJPAL CHURCH. HOURS OF CLOSING MAILS. Wall street, between N Front and John street's. N~w York at 4 and 9 P.M., Daily. bath services at 10 A M, and 7 P.M. ----~------------ L ANGWORTHY guarantees every one <Jf Mason's Patent Glass fruit Jars, and will pay for tbe Jar and contents if tbey do not pre· serve the fruit or vegetables perfec.tly, if used as per printed direoLions. For sale only at Langwor.tby's Emporium, Sole Agent for Kingston. M INUTESOF N. Y.CONFEREN'CE.'-Atew cop.i,.s of tha Minutes of th11 seventieth session of the N. Y. Conference 11-re for t<ale at the office of TilE DAILY •CmwNICI,E. Price 10 cents. T .e-.Jdo:a. t::Inb &tuce-Supe~ior to the ..LI WorOJIJterabire or any otber k1nd. For _le by · BRAGG & 1,u~EEN. Fi\ah Hobby Horse'!, Rev. George Waters, Pector. Sabbath services Albany at 7-! AM and 6 :r M' do at 10 AM. South Way .at l :r :M. do New Wo:rk .J;ty ltev. J. n. Ingraham. Ro\'DOUT. North Way at 12M. do ., Delhi at !J p 11. do JUST PUDLISHED BAPTIST CHURCH, Ellenville 7 A M. l do LATE CROPS, Large White Marrowfat, Fult sugar, (edible pods) Warm Weather-Mourning Goads. D OUBLE fold 6-4 black Berege for ManLil· .1M; alsQ black cape Merette, Challis and a host of other thin.snmmer dress goods. 'fhe ·pmar of Fire, Post street, near Abeel. Rev. R. w. Jones, South Land, (River Route) 1 p M. do L • E • Pastor. South Land (Interior Ronte,) Monday, Wed- ANGWoltTBY s mporaum. Or, ls'l'ael in Bondage. nesday and Frida,y, at 8 r M. P URE 'White Lead and snow white Zinc- By the Author of ·•The Prince of the House of PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, For Saugerties, Malden, Glasco, Woodstock, .Cheap for cash by Jl:aAGG ,&; JANSEN. Dav.id.\ Being an account of the wonderful Abeel street, near Wurts. Rev. B. T. Phillips, &c., matter is· sent by Albany Way Mail, closing · sce~s. Jn the Life of the Son of Pharaoh's Pastor. datly at 12M. · E X'l'RA. C'ABS, GIGS ANDOA;RRIAGES for Daughter, :rtlOSES,, From his youth to the Mcent M.A.ILS ARRIVE. lbo ..,.,,._ fino \\\ iovo ... l\' opeo· of Si\i ; oompriolog, \ by ao •yo-wlto•a, hi• METHODIST CHUBCH. New Y O<k at ll)i • • aod 10 r •· Daily. eifand for sale on rea11onable terms at • :¥irjW}e_s before Pb!\ra.obt Pass!\ge of th~ .J.led Hunter st., between Post and Wurts. Rev. J. Albany at 81- AM and 7 i PM. do * , , ,.._\ .. _ ;LangWorthy's Empor111m· Sea, a!l~ ~ception of the Law o~~; :Mt. Snial.- W. B. Wood, Pastor. ~Noour.tthb WWaayy 5 1 : ~-· ddoo , . · . : . · • • · · \\' Couta1mng an elaborate and rtchly colored ·-- \\ · -~'.C~i!EeSneo! !!ery descnptlon-a fre- J~eS!ll\~Pt~oli of tjl•e Architecture of the. Egyp· GERM.AN LUTHERAN CHURCH, Delhi 5 i> )!. do - ..,.. JUS• ..... p lA .... ttans their :Manners and Customs in Peace and Hunter street, corner of Ravine. Rev. 0. H. Ellenville 2 P M. do l6d o L.umW'OMR'l~s<Emp· orium '· · South Land, (River .Route.) 12 :M, do ,, ,,,• ·.-.. · · • War, m the Temple, the Fam1ly, tbe_Mart, a!ld Siebke, Pastor. \\Di4. \\\~A .. ,..,.,.,..., at ~fh•Tomb 1 .. h,.. oftho ''\\·\'\• wh>l• --- ltood'\t at '* ~ \' '\\ ll ~\' do X\.:::.' ~ \ . . JJ>ot.,..<& -lk. 10 ... \\'\ Of .......... togothon•lb EPISCOPAL CHUBCH, South .j.an~ •. (lotorlod<oule,) Mondoy, W 00· Pierpont st w t p 1 · t 1' d b n esday ttnil !Friday, () P l{ · •. ·-A ·N~W ~IES of Sermoaa by SpUl'ge~, . .f.IOTURESQ.UE BKETOBES OF TlU1 Rev. G.eo. w:~:r~e~f K~!:~ton.u pt supp te y WILLIAM KERR. P. M. ~- ~M fi,Ju,st ~eceived at 'WYN&ODP~s.: Beb.rews and their Taskmasters, Kingston, April lOth, 1859. \· ,,· .• ~vov··'i:iJ) OfScenes, Proc~eeions, and Spectaclesupon $T.MARYSO.A.THOLICCRURCH. T\ T bl fF B tRhi . . . ~ • ... ., . • ..,., .,,,.. ,.. 11••· and Logon\' or .., ObO· D!v!oion ,.,.,., FalbO< R. G. »=lug, p, 1 ., 1 . une a e 0 erry oa ne. ]\f\O.flQI;Ufie ·& &efl'old• have relllnved to l'iirlts, S'pbinxes, and p.yrsmids, and of their LEAVES RO:.VDOUT. ~.. . *~.~iUtor•»p:posite Seh!J:r~r'eHotel,wbere Fo\J;rutetl8·before tbe Flflod. GEBM.AN C.ATHOLI C CHURCH 6.30 A. lt. down .. ·tr.ain, 6.55,·2.00 l'·ll·. \.P' ... train, 2.85 . Fresh Gi:B, Fresh Cabs, Fresh Children's Carriages, Just opened at N. B.-Black Engl\l;h Crape Cut \ on the Biu.\ at · I · TQwnsend, Merritt & Crosby. June 17, 1859. · · H ORSE FOR SALE.-A fine Bay Horse, six years old, about ~>ixteen hands bigb, weighs llOO pou-uds, pe:r1ectly kind and gentle in either single or double barneSl!, and war~ ranted sound. Will be sold cheap for casll--- Tbe owner bas no use for him. For further par- ticulars enquire of • 1\IONTANYE & REYNOLDS, . 60 tf Kingston, N. y. G O and ge_t those poor unpress1ons re·taken .Jn 11 !Upenor ml:\llnlll' at , WHIDDIT'S Gallery, • . No. 3 Wall st , ltingstoll. C H AIRS.-A large lot of an kinds just fin- ished and for sale cbeap at . June 25; 1859.. D. ECKERT'S • C OFFIN PLATES for sale at New York p~i c~,d r SAFFORD & KAIL'S. ..,.ey,!ft~\''~'lt .. PPJ' .to.ue.e thear frtends. , n·· ;....i~ '· .. · . .,. ..,. Heckt'nger Pr 1 ·est 7 30 \ t · 8 011 \ d H' t , '\ .. ,. ,;,,,·.,, .. · ., . ,,_pneatlqnifOI_Bea\tt.ul WoDlen, , • · no nun, . · . n. r. · · · .... • .. Am L -==:!!!!=:!!!!=:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'!!=:!!!!~=:!!!!=:!!!!=======~ 8 •o •• up ·tr!LiU. 11.08 t.oo \ no ~rain ,f~lldallen 1-Trout hokle JUirliUil, · e,tJ.se, uxora, and Osiria, - · · · · · 9 :Jo u no train, 14.50 ·• Po'k d tr, ~;.111 revery desCritlti.OP.t ltooks, Lines, Roils, . . . An4.P1 Bjla\*tiu.l Men, BANKS.-.KINGSTON. 10.20\ down train, J0,4fJ 6.40 II d9WD ex. 6.01 Flle.s, ,~ •• fuclu., .. :tt~ . .,~'ce.lebra..t.ed. \Cork \\·,ml()n,iRemesR,·IMoiiE!S).a.nd thePrinaeofU~. BT.'A\'E OFN.EW YORK nA.N.'rl' '. 11.20\ upll•ntr., J1.45j7.00 ' d.way, 7.tt stAweu• B .. ' ,.;.' .. \\ k 1 K.iller' ~- ,. .... Ul ok eTerln ' ~\ ~ \\ \00 x. oo Uain, l · · · 8 \\\\'\ •w•\' ~·•·-·\ or,:;sa e ijf~- .' ... ~~' • ~ • ' ~ _, ..... a\\''~ of \\\'\ !'= a f\\ • ......, '\\ llaio. ~- ,.,._ Pto•· '·\ •· x., oo \\'\ I•~• • up Ex. ,,. by >fo•m~ & Rm- \\\~·;. . \\''\ \\'' , \:\' ' V' E . •- .P,I.,. \\voling .m Egypt, to h\ Roy· .a.nl • H,.cy H R.,..o)do Caobi\ . . o>r ;;cKc...;\'J[\';\'O'/'f .. ~,\ • .. !\P\\'m' olllotiwr, Qneon of TJ<•: . . ' · ' ' · LEYR'ES BJDJJI'EJIECK, mBB CIT'\\ ; '\' Sini ood s=o•• ; by..,~. A . \;;\ ,·~)'\\\\\\\-' ll1< . ••JflttJ~• ........ m ...... ,...,,,, .. ,~ ULSTEB COUNTY BANK, \'• \'' . son. '•'• '\'· 10 ·~ u 40, A. M · ..L Gnlh<io, D. D. Foc ~'\' ' . u\n.~pu>JottH.>:'ot ..,t. 'l::;\'0: 1 !'b~'h \'fl!' 01 ...,.,, wroughl boauty oud »\\\''\ \\'\\ of Wall aod John go, .. lo. .,.,,,u.. \ 40 •' \'· ' \• \''\\· 51 \\ 01, ~ <J!.' 32,1' .M. Wyukoop'• Boo\~· ''\'\ ,,~ \~;>/ .• ·, • :WYNKOOP. fncldent. ·.. Bruyn, Pre8ident; Ohadils D. Bruyn, Caahier. v- !OLIN etri11gs, violilllS, banjos, llutcll, ao B' :(..ANK BOOKS, . i. !t · .. ,~\- rrr.< in· · • ·u; ., ··.,\~ ';\ ., ·· .. , · ·\fo>tbe: 16,000 readers of\ The Prince of the e.ordeons. ~unin~forks, violin bowe alw!!<ys ' \ . School Book~, , •.. · .. ~HA.:. FJB;E GJJ.$t'l;\il!:RS! A. q~W IU'~t· H-OJJse of David,\ we need only say tht :this Corner f.., /JII'{lNdG~T9N tBAtNK.J, b p· 0 on hand. at BERRY'S Empire Variety S~.9,i-e Sl, Stationery, B ... , ! ~S-', ~~.'*lifm .. · ... tth~»R~pt;.- .;f~t!~3 s.··.*~;:· . e·, ~~~.b. •:~~. 1b~~.. . .e,., A .• ut~Of. t a;nd more won·der- 0 Jl a I' !j.Jl. lf#~m 8 ree . aco . S· North Front street . 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