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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1878, Bristol, PennsylvaniaSuehs thursday May 16, 1878. The Gazette Pic largest circulation wifi a single exception of any weekly newspaper Nib listed in Bucks county. Bristol Post office. Drat Tel us of ua1lb. 8.00, a. M., 3.90, 5.00 and i 1 0.45 mid 8.30, a. It., 7jo . New 7.00 and 11.00 a. M., and 6.30 p. 7.45 Ami 10.45 ., 3.30, 5.m and i. New tonic wat And 3.30 p. And 11.00 ., fi.00 and 6.30 . Mud 10.45 a. M., Anil 3.30 rows penh or Komi on the ski to Djie Ink Lavaue k. At 1. Kih 1.10 At 11.00 a. M., and 5.00 . Aki at 10.00 a. A. I d clone it 10.45 a. Mail the South Mirt West go by every Rivilla Del Phon mall. Not railed Cor Are advert Wei every Day in tin Bucks county Oak Ktuk. Office Flora ., to 8.30 f. W. U. Baku. Hortn. Nil meeting of lie of Tinct will be in tin in once Slort Cei Ved w in Strong evidence of commendation another corns was Given in response old in Oab followed and As it was a College song it was encoded As All the other College songs were and then Caine a violin Solo by George Junkin jr., who was recalled and played a selection of a very pleasing character which was appreciatively applauded a chorus sight by Abt was elegantly Sung the Crescendo portions being Given with Fine expression. By request or. A Hopkinson favored the audience with another violoncello Solo after which Yah Yah and two other College songs were Sung and in conclusion Mendelssohn s Well known chorus Waken lords ladies was Given with excellent effect. Rev. Or. Knox on behalf of the Library thanked the singers and after the audience Hac retired they were escorted to Blackwood s ice Cream Saloon where More substantial than inviting lunch spread in Blackwood s Best awaiting them and after doing entire Justice to the task set be fore them returned Home in the train expressing themselves very much pleased with their visit thus ended the second of the Library entertainments which like the brat was every respect highly ing to the managers Aud All concerned As you happen to look at Saloon keeper of this town while bewailing to Friend the bad stale of his business looked towards new spire creeping Beave Waid and with a was of his band said them s the do thing Ruinn the Neuit Council tin regular meeting of Council was held Las monday evening at which All tie members were present except a 8. Eue. The minute of the preceding meeting were read and of proved. The Street committee reported that slum Swain had a release of the ground ctr ered by 1 lne and presented the release to Council which was accepted and an Ord Nance was directed to be framed declaring pin Street to i a Public Highway. The spree Onmi Otloe also reported concerning Tho Drain ing Oft the body of Tutei known As John s Pond and civil Kugi Noer Van liar Lingen who w present explained to Tho members of count the different methods by which Tho Pond in be Vas ii acted to lie handed Over to the clerk of oui in. The fire committee reported that the Hose Elong Hig to fire company no. 2 was offered o the Woollen Mills fire brigade but was re i cd by them on the ground thai it was not in Ood condition. The fire committee was i cited to test the Hose. Tho Couin tilted also Laid before Council the allowing Coris Nonence betwee the clerk of Council and clerk of the water company and submit Ted it without any recommendation. Bitistor., apri 27th, 1878. Us. G. Roii Kauck Secretary of Bristol water company dear sir at the last meeting o. The bar Gross nil Council petition numerous by signed was resented praying tiie Burgess an Council longer into a contract with tire Bristol water company Foi a Supply of water for fire Nii which motion was referred to the ire committee. This would now e pleased to know the most favourable terms Pon which the Bristol water company Nill apply the Borough with water for this purpose he committee prefer that you would name a mias Arvul rental without regard to the umber of lip hydrants that the Borough might it in. Yours j. Wessy i out chairman of fir. Committee. Bristol Apt ii 30th, 1878. Wesley whist Chan Man of fire commit Len of Council hear sir i am instructed by the Board of lie Bristol water company to acknowledge lie receipt of your communication of april 27th eau Esting to name Asuru for which water by furnished to the Borough f or fire Prole on and to that they have no reply to make to your application in addition to previous Leoti talons i the subject. truly g. , clerk. On motion the report was Laid on the table. On motion an order was drawn for the a Tropi i Lions to the fire Compa lies to to. 1, and to no. 2. A remonstrance to Council against entering nto a contract with the water company for Valcor for fire Protection at per plug per an ii in was read. There were 52g signatures he Lemons once and it was stated that of this lumber 209 were owners of real estate and Liere wore who had signed the petition but who on further consideration had affixed llieu1 signatures to the remonstrance. On motion he Remon Striice was referred to the fir com Nitto. Or. Peirce said he thought some Olfer should in made to the water Board to secure plugs if and moved that an offer he made to tie water company of per annul for water the Borough to put in As Many ire plugs it pleases which motion was no Molly seconded. Or. Ii. Wright opposed the motion. He bought it a Small sum to Otter and that it was lot made we i a View to Stop the squabbling hich had been Carri Ecton for a Long time lie extolled the water Board and spoke of them As a frenc Rovt set of men amidst the loud laughter of Iho Nin pliers and other Aiu Livors and concluded by offering an amendment to or. Peirce s motion that the amount named be instead or. Wesley Wright spoke earnestly against any further action by Council. Their com Mittee had Send to the water Board a respectful communication the answer to hich he thought was insulting to the Council As the water Board knew that the proposition which they had previously tendered of and 10 per cent on extensions had been submitted to the people and been largely rejected by them and lie was opposed to any attempt at crawling be i fore that Board with any proposition. Or. Booz said he was opposed to the motion for the reason that he did not think the water company would accent it and it was useless to make it. Or. Scheide spoke in favor of or. Peirce s motion and sail it was Worth while to make the offer for Council should put themselves of record As being willing to make an oort to have Protection for the town. He thought it simply a matter of business and to be brought about in a business Way. The water company bad offered to a business firm in the Borough to Supply them with water to an amount exceeding Gallons per Day or Over Gallons a year at 12 cents per 1000 gallon and the usual Price was 124 to 15 cents. Upon this basis boy each year for the Borough Gallons per annul for fire Protection i he could not understand Why the water Board was willing to Mil water to private firms or individuals at one Price and demand another Elx times As great from the Borough. He also stated that if a contract were made for the years for the water of. It would Cost Ai average sum of additional for the sum time to cover the expense of putting in tin plugs and if or. Pelt i s notion was adopted the expenditure of the Borough would be a year fur the next 10 years which he though was All it could Alt Ord. Or. 0. Wright s amendment not Beni seconded a vote was taken on the original to lion which resulted As follows ayes Harkins Peirce sch Ida and nays Slack Booz Phillips Fenton h. U. Wright and j w. A petition complaining of the Slaughter House of d. Michener Reform in the nuisance committee. A petition fur a Street lamp at the Corner of Maple and Otter streets was referred to the Street committee with Power to act. On motion Council then adjourned. Koto and new potatoes Are i n Market. Queen of the Queen Bee. Our Bristol newsboy is out again. The Fields Are Golden with butter cups. Overcoats were comfortable on . Saturday was is showery As an april Day. Picnics and festivals Are beginning to sprout. The orchestra concert promises to be a Fine one. It is said that Bristol does possess an Archery dub. Look out for Ted Lipe Strawberry Short peas have made their appearance in the stores. Emerald is now the prevailing color out o1 doors. Library has received its first instalment of books. Fire Hies will soon be around with their elec tric lights. The Library concert on Friday evening was a Success. We now have two Early morning mails from a Wail from the fruit districts May be expected shortly. The much talked of new Hall is not even a Castle in Tho air. The front Yards on Radcliff e Street Are Bloom no with Flowers. The College songs at the concert on Friday evening were amusing. Joseph o. Foster has gone for a few weeks n a visit out last saturday did t you think you moved be stove out too Early Sunshine wind rain Hail that is the kind of Feather we had saturday. The first strawberries of the season Are Here and Are of a delicate paleness. The Frost of this weak it is feared has injured lie bean crop. Poor Boston. That Mode of crippling known As base Ball s not much in Vogue in Bristol. Paris Green for Sale a sign frequently seen of is very suggestive of potato bugs. The friends meeting House at Wood and Mulbury streets aspire to a new Fence. The wharves present a Busy sight upon the arrival and departure of the steamboats. Strawberries arc said to be blushing on their Ines but we Havu t seen any Blush yet. Bowling of the canal is very Dull very few Mats arc now passing either up or Down. A House 01 Wood Street near Walnut has its Able end almost entirely covered with Ivy. An excellent likeness of Rev. Cook is inhibited at Bostwick s photographic gallery. A Batteau near Lewis Woolman s store on in canal is suggestively named hard notwithstanding our numerous shoe stores n itinerant shoe vender visited Bristol last reek. A popular Way of getting Sun burned will n a Short time to go a Perch fishing on the Ivor. The Grovo put on its Verdue of Given my awaits the re opening of the Murphy Cam ainu. One of the coolest places in Bristol in warm weather is e. C. Brudon s cozy office at lock to. 1, we now have a mail going from Bristol on Tindal evening at the same Lime As other even is. Three p s were offered for Sale on Mill Street saturday evening. Peanuts pop Corn and Plush. The lightning calculator calculated on Satur Lay evening at the Corner of Mill and Wood Trees. Cap t Quicksell is Pilot of the ferry boat the Unior we alluded to last week proved Well minded. The electric Light will prove valuable and Heap some Day sooner probably than some inks imagine. Photographs of Simmons Slocum and sweat am s minstrel troupe at the Post office at Rac Edmuch notice. We had a Frost monday morning but not everybody was up in time to see whether its front name was Jack. Look out for the visitors to the g. A. B. Est next tuesday evening. We extend the Reedom of Bristol to to been. Boarders do no Flo k in great numbers yet to he Bath Springs it is a Little Early for Mig i Ory Birds to leave the City. Is record for the Bea Elit of the future his Orian that on tuesday the 14th Day of May 1878, there was a heavy Frost. Although Temperance people extol the Virtues of water yet the mighty volume of water known As the Delaware has Many bars. And still no Richard Stockton. Well things Are very Uncertain in this life especially steam boats which Are liable to bust a Biler any time. Suppose a Man works in the second Ward eats his meals in the first and sleeps wherever he can where will to the proper Ward for him to vote 1 Bristol probably has More Money invested in building association Stock than any town of its size in the slate it s a Good kind of Stock to have Loo. Miss Sarah j. Lewis was last week re elected superintendent of the Tioga Rountr at a salary of this should be an incentive to Bucks county. Two solicitors for the Home missionary work in Burlington were around last week. It is always Safe to refuse such solicitations from unknown parties. Some people think a sunday mail would be a convenience. There used to be three one from new York one from Philadelphia and another from the West. A lady Angler at the Mill Pond was observed bravely baiting her fibbing Book with a worm and casting her line into the water in the Man Ner of an experienced Fisherman. T ice a Quarter of an Inch thick froze on Wil Liam Alloway a Politico on sunday night and yet on monday morning a Street Organ was peal ing Forth gentle it is said that pigeons can be charmed by music. Wonder How about other Birds will not this Mode of Bird catching supplant the traditional dropping Salt on the Bird s Tail. A or Aidita exhibited his skill As a concer Tina player at several places on saturday even ing and Drew a crowd of admiring listeners charming the Money right out of their pockets. Prof. Stewart of Doylestown bad a narrow escape from being beaten by a woman a was elected county superintendent of Delaware county by Only 5 majority Over mils Anna Walter. Our county should be heard from nut time. A Large number of Bristol people visited Birch s opera House at Burlington on Satur. Day evening and Yinan the wizard who intended giving an entertainment at Cabeen s Hall seeing the great multitude passing Orer folded up Bis tent and silently stole som of the members of the Post of the g a. R. Have been laying Low for the Bolsto correspondent of the Democrat who his eluded their vigilance and taken a trip to Washington d. C. The meanest thieving on record is robbing grave of Sowers. Somebody just that mean has been visiting some of our grave Yards dig Gitig up Flowers by the roots Aud carrying o the entire plants. Four footed Lawn mowers were cutting the grass on the masonic Hall lot this week. An strange to say no Patent has yet been taken of for this style of grass Cutter. It is the Kin commonly known As we Aro glad to inform our readers that to Bristol Library will be opened Tot the first lira on saturday evening june 1. For the Benell of the shareholders we publish such of the regulations As Are of interest to them. We make the following extracts from the by Laws librarian shall keep a just account o All fines and persons finale and shall col Lee Aud receive All such fines and pay Ham Over to the treasurer. He shall not permit any Book to taken from the Library except by a member or one of a member s family unless upon the member s written each member shall pay an annual tax of one Dollar upon each share which shall be due and payable to the treasurer upon the Day o the annual meeting the second thursday in january if the tax is not paid Al the end o three months thereafter a Fine of Twenty five cons shall be imposed and an add Illonal Fine of ten cents for each month As Long As it remains unpaid after the first three months. If Noi paid in two years the share shall be 41 no person shall to allowed to take out a look after the presentation of the Bill Lor taxes or fines if they remain the Library rules Are As follows 1. Each share entitles the bolder to the use if one Book at a time which May be kept out not longer than two consecutive weeks but it May be once renewed for an additional week and if kept out for a longer period each Book shall be subject to the payment of ten cents Ler week or part of a week for such detention. One copy of a periodical shall be counted the lame As a Book. 2. If any member shall take a Book from tin Library without having it duly entered in his or her account by the librarian All right to the use of the Library shall be thereby liable to for Dituro. 3. Any member who shall lose or injure a Book shall replace the same and every one who Hall fail to Relt irn a Book to the Library within to weeks after notice to do so will forfeit his ight to the use of the Library. 4. Smoking or spitting in the Library room in in any Way defacing the room or its Furni ure or any conduct subversive of Good order and decorum is strictly prohibited. 5. The librarian is required to observe and Norco All the rules enacted for the regulation if the Library. 6. The Library shall be opened on the after Otiis of tuesday and thursday of each week Rorn 3 to 5 p. And on saturday evening from to 0 p. M., except on such Days As Are Public holidays. Obit Aby. The last number of the Gazette recorded he departure of another venerable and Well Nown citizen of our Borough Benjamin header. He has passed away at the close of a remarkably Long Aud regular life. Born in iia of january 29th, 1794, he was at his decease u his 85th year having passed his earlier As Well As later years Here though the greater Art of his life was spent on his father s and is own farm in Falls township where by Bis Industry frugality and Good management hav no acquired a compete nov he resumed to his alive place to rest and enjoy the results of his Active years. He was in several respects an common Man. Endowed with an excellent institution both of body and mind these Natu Al gifts were Well developed and maintained by Leir Active and careful employment. Through is Long life he was scarcely Ever sick and re aimed his physical Powers until the last year or to and his mental faculties to the last Day of is life. Fond of Reading in which he spent much of his Leisure time and of an observing irn his Good memory and genial disposition carrying the Long line of their illumination ver a period Coeval even with the present Nen Ziy rendered him an entertaining and profit ble companion. By birth right Aud education Friend he was much interested in the society and from his youth a diligent attendant of its meetings where he will be much missed. His goodness of heart and social love made him a ind Friend and affectionate relation and his my licit of character and trustful spirit closed Rith calmness and resignation the extended Ourse of a notable and worthy life. Going i the full strength of years he was gathered to is fathers like a Shock of Corn fully on thursday evening last Rev. L. Hof Ord was installed pastor of the presbyterian lurch in ibis place. Although the Day was Ainy the evening was Clear and favourable. The Hurch was prettily decorated with Flowers the usic furnished by the kind assistance of the Hoir of the third presbyterian Church of Renton was excellent and the addresses a Rop Riale and practical. Rev. Jacob Krewson f Forrest Villa Moderator of the presbytery of Philadelphia North presided and proposed the questions. Rev. Or. Beggs of be Falls of Schuylkill preached the Sermon rom revelation chapter 1, verse 2d. The even stars Are the Angels of the seven the charge to the pastor was Given y Rev. Or. Studdiford of Trenton n. J., and in charge to the congregation by Rev. Or. Lones of Nesham my. After the Benediction was pronounced by Rev. Or. Hofford the con regal Ion came Forward with greeting to their new pastor. The Church was filled with an at Gnu vend interesting audience. David w. Kelly at one time one of the most Active and influential business Noneo of Morris Ille has sold his pleasant residence in this lace and removes this week to the City of Newark new Jorsey. Mrs. Parsons who has Urc Macd his Home will immediately make ome improvements on the property and then Nake it the place of residence for herself and laughter. Rev. Or. Of 1 Renton delivered the address in the Melhor list Church Asl week. The lecture room of the presbyterian Church Las been newly papered and carpeted and is Low a pleasant arid inviting place for Sabbath school and Church meat mrs. The Sabbath school Here has a largely increased at enhance. The Measels which made a very general Visi Atlon in our Borough and Vicinity have in irely disappeared. The reception of the new pastor of the presbyterian Church upon his removal to Morris file was very Ordial and pleasant. A number of Tho congregation took pos Sossou of his Resi Dence on Mill Street spread a generous table and spent a Friendly afternoon with his family. Of letters remaining in the Bristol Post office wednesday evening May 15th, 1878 Lilly Atkinson eds a Adams we. H. Abel Urs. Jos. Ball Anna Elizabeth Barnes Anna g. Burroughs mrs. Giles Dow Ney Mary Friel mis. Francis Annie Gibson Josephine Goodhart Lizzie if lord Marie Galliger Sarah Jane Hill Mary her Agbor Abner pc Boson Peter Malloy Catha Rine Mcbride or. H. L. Phoebe Deilly Howard Reeder mrs. Emma Smith Maltha Smith Abraham h. Stager John Van Deve Utor mrs. Hannah Walford mrs. Lydia White Joseph Wise and Elzy a Watson. Of the most Complete books in its Way is the american almanac and Treasury of facts statistical financial and political for the year 1878, edited by Aina Worth r. Spa Ford librarian of Congress. U is bound in a hand some duo Decimo volume 420 pages Scarlet cloth. It is comprehensive and As a work o reference should be in the hands of every cite ten who desires to be kept posted in Public a flairs. The Price of this work is and i will be sent free of potage by the american news company new York. Editor to unfavourable weather last sunday the religions services a the head of Bath Street were dispensed with hereafter when the weather is not favourable the meeting will be held at the residence of or e. Rich on Bath Street. Service of nex sunday afternoon at o clock. B. We Litton. And enrich the blood and to will not be troubled with skin diseases. Or Bull s blood mixture is known to a Neve failing remedy. Confinement careful attention to All factory work to operatives Palid faces poor appetite languid miserable feelings poor blood inactive liver kidneys and urinary troubles and All the physicians and Medicine in the world cannot help them unless they get out of doors or use bitters made of the purest and Best of reme Dies and especially for such cases having Abun dance of health Sunshine and Rosy Cheeks in them. None need suffer if they will use them freely. They Coel but a see another column. Your spectacles Don t suit you try a pair of the celebrated perfected spectacles they succeed where others fail. For Sale Only by a. E. Baylies jeweler Mill st., Between Wood and Pond Bristol a. 05" for cheap ii ats go to Tyler s. Next door to the Post office. Paine Philadelphia is the author of Short hand practice and liquid Ozone. Cheap clothing go to tylers. Next door to the Post office. Markets. Wednesday May 13, b p. Flour prices continue weak. Western per nne extra Wrbas. Pennsylvania Tau Milr 5.25a6. Kye flour per barrel. Bran or ton. Wheat is in but Little demand. Arbor sl.29il.30. Redsi.25nl.26 White Itye 69 a70o. Tellow Corn Choice White Oats 3cc. Mixed 32a33c. Per Bushel. Market inactive Clover Gaio. Toiuo by 81.25al.36, and flax s1.36. Provisions mess pork sloalo.25 prime mess s3a9.25. Smoked Ham 7j4a9o. Lard Kettle entered i Hobo butchers Jed . Cli Olce new York factory halite air to Good skimmed 5a7c. Of strictly fresh eggs 13al3mc. Poultry live chickens and ducks Flallen Pring chickens dressed 22a25c Winter a beckons 8a20c. Early Coso Baloc. Per Bushel each blows 35a40c Peerless 30a35c Princo a i Cru s3.140c Gurnet Clelles 30a35c. Philadelphia cattle Market. Monday evening May 13, 1878. Beef cattle were rather Dull this wee k but prices main about Trie same As last quoted 2200 head arrived and sold at to West Philadelphia drove rate at for extra Pennsylvania and Western steers for fair to Good do., and per in Gross for common us to Quality. Beep were unchanged head sold at Erib. Gross As to condition. Hogs were Dull 3500 Ead arrived and sold at per in. Gross As to condition. At the North Phi Ludelphia drove Yard the cattle Market was rather Dull but prices changed 800 head sold at per in. As to Quality. Sheep were unchanged head sold at per ik., As to condition. Hogs were Dull so cud sold at a per in. As to Quality. Hay and Straw for the past Eek loads of Hay 382 Straw 63 loads. Average Rice during week prime Timothy g5c. A 75c muted me. To 65c. Straw soc. A Hue. Per 100 ibs. Mauri de. The residence of the ride s Mother May 15th, 1s78, by Rev. Or. Knox Ouis Spring and Vio Tatta Wooley. Died. Groom May Lith 1878, Anna Cora daughter Cis. Croom D., in the 21st year of her ago. Spring will return and Woods grow Green b rom Shore to Shore but she unseeing and unseen returns no More. Low in tace ground her sleep is Sweet and dark Long no More she with wandering feet our Maze of wrong. To More tie world s Cebu acc can fret her soul h Repozo nor kindness woo her to forget her bitter she will not stir nor nor heed though eyes that weep and sorrow stricken hearts Itiat bleed beseech her sleep. Yet be it mine above her to shed one tear and speak one word of love that All world May hear. She was More kind than morning Light to eyes that Grieve and constant As the Star of night that can t deceive. There was no sorrow on this Earth but touched her heart and m All gentle childlike mar let she bore her Pait. There Wall no goodness but it won her reverent Praise and full of kind deeds Hui ply done were All her Days. She strove through trouble s lasting blight for pathways smooth and Manv hands she Lound to smite and few to soothe. I5th, 1s78, Ernest Deforrest on of Edmund and Harriet Wright age 11 months and 3 Days. The relatives and friends of that family Are to Lect fully invited to attend the funeral from the Aruti residence Morri Aville saturday afternoon 8th, at 2 o clock. Interment at Morrisville Cemo Ery. Steel nails and cutlery pure paints ready mixed for immediate use the celebrated Blanc Ari churn farm and Garden implements wire screen Berea Grindstone gum Hose a. Frill line of lodes Anil the new plows harrows plow castings., Forks hoes Whill Trees and Clev ices Post Hole diggers and Crow Drin be tile j. W. Coli Neil. A cos. Seed and implement warehouse 88 Warren Street Trenton n. 3. St Fuh Inie of vegetable and Fower Equine and True to name. Will is sold at Public Sale on saturday june 1st, 1878, House and. Lot it Atid in Bensalem township on the Road leading rom Bridgewater to the Hulmeville the coloured meeting House. Lot 34 act front by 131 get 6 inches deep. House 12 by 36 feet two stories Igli Hack building 1c by 18 feet one Story High he building was formerly used As a school House. Sale to commence at 4 o clock ., on the Prem ses when conditions will be made known by the school Board of Bensalem. By order of the Board 222 j. G. Vandegrift Secretary. A. Oo3stoert of vocal and instrumental music will be Given by the Bristol Amateur orchestra prof. A. Stradling assisted by other local Talent in Washington Hall thursday evening May 23d, 1878, at Quarter before eight o clock. Tickets 4o Centa three for tickets can be obtained at ii. Brat yield b music store j. H. Bostwick Brogers bros., j. Calla Fin b and h. C. Cornell s on Mill Street w. N. K. Soileau Dor Fanco Street or from any member of the orchestra. To be devoted to the Purchase of instruments essential to tie permanence the organization. 225 of the condition of the Farmers Sfa. To Oil Bank of jul Bristol in the state of Pennsylvania m Tiro close of business on the 1st Day of May 1stt1. Be Soukos. Loans and d. S. Bonds to secure circulation. 00 u. S. Bonds on hand Par 00 from approved Reserve agents. Is ,957 w one from other National batiks. Q from state Banks and Bankers. 22 Leal estate furniture and fixtures. 00 current expenses and taxes paid. 84 checks and other Cash items. 1 it Bills of other Banks. 00 fractional currency including n Sickols 171 48 specie Tiz Gold coin.s7ho 50 50 00 Legal tender notes. Of it. S. Certificates of Deposit for Legal notes. Redemption fund with u. S. Treasurer not More than a per cent in circulation. 487.917 id liabilities. Capital Stock paid 00 surplus 00 undivided profits. 45 circulating notes received from 00 less amount on Haud and with comptroller for burning. 00 00 dividends unpaid. 134 70 individual deposits subject to 13 due to other National Banks. 07 due to state Banks and Bankers. T02 m 19 St Attef of suck a 1, Charles t. Iredell cashier of the National Bank of b Urcla do solemnly Swea that the of bore statement la True to the Best of or knowledge and belief. Charles t. Bedell cashier. Sworn to and Lub ascribed before me this Lith Day of Hay 1878. I. S. Tomlinson notary Public Anthont Swiss 0. N. Tatlock i director j l. A. Roscit Spring 1878. 187s.-18th your i with much greater variety than Ever wit i Ampler facilities than Ever with fur More customers than Ever we Are better prepared than Ever considerably lower prices than Ever to Supply Tho Mon and boys with Superb Clowne amorini from Tho largest hons _ _ in america.1 Only one Price. The lowest. Terms Cash. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money returned. Samples and prices mailed Uny Whei o. Orders by mail promptly executed. Wanamaker sixth Market sts., Philadelphia. Spring opening hardware and Iron store at no. 47 Mill Street Bristol can always be found a full and Complete Stock of shelf and heavy hardware cob Date chains c01tfee pot Trio in Trio Wox Ltd mrs. Potts cold Iun Dlud sad i110ss, follow Ware in variety baskets Anil Bruslins knives jul of Tel traps rat traps Anil mouse Unyi Pinilis Mill lloim1 Lorse shoes Ami Loreu Sline Kalk fins Ami Tim j Ulk .s.iu.-. Anil ll.ilrliel1 and hammers

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