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MILLINERY! I am now adding to my stock a department of millinery, and will have on hands to attend to the wants of the ladies, a competent milliner and dress-maker. The stock will comprise all the novelties in FLOWERS, RIBBONS, BONNETS, HATS &c. B.R. GREGORY.---WOOL!WOOL!WOOL! Heavy domestic goods of all kinds from the PERU WOOLEN MILLS and the best factories in the West, will be kept in ample supply. The long experience of Thomas Co. in the wool trade, enables them to compete with any other house in the business.-Cash paid for wool, or the best of goods at GOLD PRICES given in exchange. Jeans, Flannels, Cassimeres, Quilts, Fancy Coverlets, Home-made Blankets, Yarn &c. Stop at the Rail Road Store.---Coffee, sugar, rice, tea, spice, fish, candles, soda, coal oil, tobacco, vinegar, potatoes, onion sets, crackers, flour and everything you want, I keep, and will sell you for the cash. E. ROSS.---House and Lots for Sale in Williamsport. A two-story frame house, with cellar, a good well and out houses; lots fenced and a choice variety of fruits. For sale cheap. JAMES M. BERRY. April 21tf ---20,000 Feet of Oak Fencing for sale at the Williamsport Steam Saw Mill.---My stock is full, fresh, and complete in every line. E. ROSS.---For Rent. A fine business house in Williamsport for rent by the subscriber. Terms just right. B.F. GREGORY.---Farmer stop and reflect, you can buy more groceries of E. ROSS at the R.R. cheaper than any place else in the town.---Pasture. Cattle men, and all others, do not forget that the Walnut Grove pasture farm is for rent. Look out for a bargain. B.F. GREGORY, Trustee. March 22, 1870.---WANTED.-One Hundred Thousand Saw Logs at the Williamsport Steam Saw Mill. We keep two, four-horse teams constantly employed in hauling logs to our mill, and are recieving rafts of logs daily from the upper Wabash, but all this fails to satisfy the appetite of the mill.---Farm for Sale.-Part of the East half of the North East quarter of Section nine (9), Township Twenty-one (21) range eight (8). Seventy (70) acres for $53.00 an acre. This farm lies two miles West of Williamsport on the Williamsport and Danville road, and is te farm formerly owned by David Baumgardner. The present owner, Mr. Andrew Baumgardner, desires going west and wishes to sell. Terms; Fifteen Hundred Dollars in hand, the balance in one and two years with notes at six per cent interest. For further particulars call at the office of Gregory & Harper. 52 ---Williamsport Steam Saw Mill is now in good running order. We are prepared to fill all orders that our friends may favor us with. We keep on hands all sorts of Frame Lumber, such as Joist, Rafters, Studding, Scantling, Sills, in fact any thing in the way of frame lumber. Also Road Plank, Fence Posts and Fencing Boards of any desired length. We furnish rough or dressed Paling on short notice. We also furnish Paling Fence, Posts, Railing, Baseboards, Water-table, and Paling dressed ready to set up. UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. Our undertaking department is complete. We have Coffins ready made of all sizes, which we can trim in any desired style on short notice. A hearse in attendance when ordered.---A Farm of 80 Acres for Sale. Forty acres under cultivation, Forty acres good timber. House, Barn, Spring of water, &c. A RARE CHANCE. We are the agent for the sale of a farm in this county-Warren-and any one desiring a good piece of land, with good timber, and all the conveniences of a country home, will do well to call on us at once. It is the west half of the north west quarter, section twenty-four (24), township twenty-one (21), north range nine west, containing eighty acres more or less. One-half cultivated, one-half very fine timber, a new one-and-a half story frame dwelling, built last summer, a good frame barn-new; garden paled in, running water, and has one of the best springs in Warren county. Close to market. For price and terms, call at our office.---Hello! Back Again!! Koehler & Fry have purchased the stock of drugs formerly awned by A.J. Richardson. They are selling drugs at the "bottom figure," and say they will compete with Attica prices.---Sugar, shoes, coffee, china-ware, fish, flour, boots, baskets, soda and salt, I will sell to the lowest bidder. Mart Schoonover.---Owing to the many changes in prices during the past sixty-days, we desire to assure our friends that we keep pace with the times, and sell our goods at the lowest living prices. Our stock of Hardware, Glass and Japaned ware embraces goods of all kinds, and of the best manufacture.-The superiority of our iron is acknowledged by all who have used it, for toughness and strength. We can warrant it, and in any case where it does not prove satisfactory, it can be returned at our expense. W.H. WARD.

Date: 4/28/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
Record ID: 00003039
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 3/16/2011
Collection: Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook
Entered By: WCHS

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