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Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 10, 1876, Williamsport, Pennsylvania r 1 V f b legs B wars OB tho thn next they weighed three plaintiff to ii A M WASHINGTON AFFAIRS d the Shirt Man YOU A Hie testimony of Jacob inint Conn -e this Ma at for tbo who get Tap Second ore goin iron Mn The Feb 9 The manner i the derk of the house of latives hns disbursed of his office hw not only of S iire of the of the Metropolitan ot oily wn and tbe club out of J N by H -a or win button boles OP kg the Sabbath of were entertained atr the Mr d E eve- ning ft was of r enjoy i to further de- Mft 3d to provide the i Already in of of cni M missioned wiri top TO and Stoie 42 w will play any whoso fif ter yj Vr ye of the ring under enteen pf age to by Hie Sond replies to the With only to the position of At a oi the int it facts In Mie to of pe hongs C this done by a long facts Democratic ot the house of frem the Of ond feL nod the of the M M n D AT KT Apply to Hie c j We there are nny F I OST ON MONDAI T 1 J thot BB Will most effectually aion of to fnis by the ta Its om no conception ot oi ms not the road fit be let in beyond We V a to nts on Pacific to and of IriP that earn will be placed on toe the poor approved J Feb 9 A road this to authorize George of be to estate ol said Ho action occupied by jv the Of me J No 75 U f 0 -s S T H t P HO Oor 3 SUITS Sf RAKT CHAIKS AND CUSHION S T K No FOURTH j OF to rtO Ml 01 ID tbe at price ua to nf pore to Gents U boxes ana I Doxen dozen In box to HA t I eil nun Todies Vest Plate sip tv KJO out Bt fid pair Todies cheap to the plane -u OT r-n V IF TO THE T to Patent Corset the on- ly cnn be we prp solp agents or them e other and are extra Kp Utf y yj TO Famines at op cleaned wia THW 21 OPPOSITE BAT j of n ol p BB 7th 1876 fl NO up tn nin bg No 113 to bis Km o no T i W I on 019 day ei tod io u per oj of Ina tte public Ing to ti border on on Hie ut of the of state irbm na be leader of the ers nn some SRO bnt ifl nre not We Thin accord eri is or wnB a ago The the has telegraphed to obtain on this point The of the HOT with the honse Md in of independence Mr ir of at length SIll the ion nsd become a national tion upon which congress conld not its bank The honor of the nation HIW in its success The Loss YORK Feb 9 The fire which neatly one-half the blonk by and and Crosby streete UlB Unit It is impossible to fii the loss with but is thh Rt le The wete of nd very costly by heavy The following is nn of the losses on Double building Nos iif 446 Broadway 12 double and and 14 nnd 16 street way 110 Broadway Broadway stroot 000 Co tailors Go clothing ing Co woolens A O Dashing Ar Or ft R Tr Hotel Joseph and corsets Q cloths sfy fire to be a itn Co silk the third No 8 where Hie a few ago that TARt Of the ol i -On Ma a fui fifty It is rumored Hat Borne f net fim to to deattoy boots r FOREIGN Feb 9 oh between find 11 o'clock having only IS fresh keeping uu o steady gait At ho hna FOB in for in Feb emperor I who of Feb 0 A a of D8 9 street The three which were f 9 Menry 0 day ir to oi committee declined to he hud another to the committee of toke in- ha Auditor 3 9 K li acquitted by the of d preferred of i neat in the northwest be by at the fnr Arson yonng of A and pot bail on the Charge nf ing firo a block of f nnn a redaction in the A great battle is said to have occurred ii in the frum Madrid saya s we Biscay in The First of Tn have ined to the transfer of the ways to i he empire OR an important step to unification by B vote of 37 yera to 66 defeated the luting to the of A Boyder aged eleven in tree John of 4 left ed Of banking ton lot to attend the meeting of the go made an at on 000 Up about Jl of by throwing into B at Pa Iho -is posed to A body uf wen iSI lOOls 0 A frum of tot tt kin Wr bo end to Mr TorV will to before hq of I'M b tn by at- w at re teOK lawfully obtaining the key or of opening vanlt safe or toty joint tat thg of the of as to Which d for bilts ling for tlhe of en- tho of the of persons employed about the 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