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Salmon sell at 12 1/2c per pound.---The roads are becoming good.---Farmers are sowing oats.---A BEAUTIFUL THOUGHT.-We tho't the cold last Saturday had frozen all the frogs.---NEW ADVERTISEMENT.-"Thomas Co." advertise. See their new advertisement in local notice column.---MOVED.-Hegler of the Attica Ledger, has moved his office into McDonald's Block, three doors south of McDermond's Dry Goods store.---BACK AGAIN.-E.D. Thomas has returned from the east after a protacted stay. With him he brings-not a wife-but a large stock of dry goods.---NEW ADVERTISEMENT.-Mr. Jacob Hames advertises. Find his "Shoo Fly" in another column in this week's paper.---THE BEST OUT.-W. H. Ward the hard (ware) man of the place, has the largest and best assorted stock ever brought to Williamsport.---ANOTHER.-Dr. Richardson's new room is under full headway, and in a few weeks will be completed and ready for occupancy. W.P.R. Moore and Robert C. Dowler have the contract.---BELDING & MILLER.-This firm is now having dressed a fine lot of foundation stone, to be used in a foundation to a new Depot at Decatur, Ill.---FURNITURE.-Our enterprising grocery man, "Phil" Gemmer, in order to keep pace with the "lately single," has bought a mammoth stock of nice furniture. Phil is going to advertise.---MARTIN DENEKER.-This enterprising fellow citizen is building him a new house. Martin believes in comfort and improvement, and before long will have him a neat house. The building is a frame.---EXHIBITION.-There will be an Exhibition in Pine Village, for the benefit of the Sabbath School of that place, on Friday evening, April 22, 1870. Admittance for adults, 25 cents.---PERSONAL.-Mr. O.E. Harper, one of the proprietors of the Danville (Ill.) Commercial called on us last Thursday. Mr. H. is looking well and reports the printing business good. No doubt this is what makes him look so well.---MARRIAGE LICENSES.-Since our last issue, the following licenses, for marriage, have been issued by the Clerk: Albert Bowman and Mary Dalgrish. Bilora M. Hoover and Carrie Logan.---THE CIRCUIT COURT.-Through the kindness of our accommondating Deputy Clerk, we learn that in the coming term of the Circuit Court there are over one hundred and twenty cases set for trial, eight of which are State cases.

Date: 4/21/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
Record ID: 00003006
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 3/3/2011
Collection: Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook
Entered By: WCHS

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