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TURNIPS FOR SALE.

TURNIPS FOR SALE.

To be Sold, by Public Roop, on the Faro) of of CRAIG, AY, Gth October, in Lots to snit Porehaeere, A BOUT ACRES of TURNIPS—Swedes and It Yellows. The Sale will commence at the Field at Braes at 4 o'clock afternsen ; and the Credit will be given. Montrose, t September, 1140. 111S
28 September 1883 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
DESIGNS Sz COLOURINGS

DESIGNS Sz COLOURINGS

DESIGNS COLOURINGS CHECKS, BROCHE, SELF COLOURS, FANCY MIXTURES. LOW, SCOTT, & Co. Particrlarly direct Attention to this Department, all the Goods being of a Superior Quality and at such Moderate Prices as cannot fail to be appreciated. • WELSII HOMESPUNS. This .Material is very
28 September 1883 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
'MONTROSE (BURGH) SCHOOL BOARD.

'MONTROSE (BURGH) SCHOOL BOARD.

A pro re man meeting of the Burgh School Board was held in the Town's Buildings on Wednesday. Rev. Robert Duncan, Chairman of the Board, presided, the were alio preacia Rev. James W. Hay, Provost Leckie, Mears A. Mackie, J. R. Mitchell, J. Johustoa, and er Ross. Tit E CASTLE PLA
28 September 1883 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
GRAIN MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS.

MONT 11081.1—Fan, T. There was a very small attendance of ferries. at to. dar's market, and not mach doing In any ut groin. Wheat 61 cheaper; barley and oats GJ to Is lower. No teens in ricochet. white, 6' lbs 39s 01 in 41.0 1 Wheat, yellow. 62 lb.. 36a Od 0.1 Barley, (common),
28 September 1883 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
STAMPED. ...4o TRICE- (STAMPED. ...4o

STAMPED. ...4o TRICE- (STAMPED. ...4o

24 October 1862 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
foreign Mattlligtact. AMERICA. DEFEAT OF THE CONFEDERATES AT CORINTH. The royal mail steamship Scotia. from New York on the Bth

foreign Mattlligtact. AMERICA. DEFEAT OF THE CONFEDERATES AT CORINTH. The royal mail steamship Scotia. from New York on the Bth

inst., arrived at Queenstown on Friday, with 195 passengers and 1,301,524 dole. in specie. (Per Scotia, rio Rothe 's Past.) NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (eveni cg).—The Confederates, under Generals Price and Van Porn, supposed to number 40,000, attacked the Federal General Rosencranz on the
24 October 1862 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS AND MEARNS REGISTER, OCTOBER 24, 1862.

MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS AND MEARNS REGISTER, OCTOBER 24, 1862.

behaved in the meet splendid manner. General Hackleman was killed at the head of his corps. We captured a large number of guns end prisoners. The rebel army will undosbosdly be completely destroyed." Cairo, October 5. "Glorious news has been received to-day from Corinth. The reb
24 October 1862 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

TURIN, October 18.—A report is in circulation that Monsignor Cienatiempo has succeeded in escaping from the prison at Naples. Tbo rumour of the Ci vita Vecchia and Orbitellio Railways having been conceded to the Salamanca Company, and of a loan of twenty million lire having been
24 October 1862 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
I)ISPLENISII SALE. To be Sold. hi _Public Roup , at the FARM OF NORTH. NORTH LINKS, on SATOWAI, let November

I)ISPLENISII SALE. To be Sold. hi _Public Roup , at the FARM OF NORTH. NORTH LINKS, on SATOWAI, let November

next, THE Whole STOCKING, BESTIAL, and IMPLEMENTS on the Farm, belonging to Mrs the Outgoing Tenant, comprehending-5 Stacks of RYE: 2 Do. of BARLEY ; I Do. of OATS: 4 !MICH COWS : A HORSE and MARE: 1 Lying and I Box CARTS: A PLOUGH and HARROWS : A TURNIP SOWING MACHINE; A BOILER
24 October 1862 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
END OF TIPPING.

END OF TIPPING.

END OF TIPPING . One result of war economy is that tipping has relaxed very much of late. The girl workers. ai something new in social arrangements, do not receive anything like the number of gratuities given to the men who preceded them. It is probable that the habit never again
29 June 1917 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland