Carriages, Wagons, Sleighs, &c THE UNDERSIGNED, has completed his Factory in Chester, and is now, manufacturing the above articles, and were may be found at all times Rock-aways, Buggys, with shiftlng tops, open Buggys and a general assortment of light Carriages, after the most modern and approved styles. Also, Milk, Market and Lumber Wagons,and a general assortment of Sleighs, all, made of the best of seasoned stuff, substantially, and elegantly ironed and painted, and warranted to give satisfaction. One of my Carriages took the first premium at the County Fair in Goshen, and the same carriage was awarded the second premium, at the State Fair held at Elmira. A Blacksmith shop and Paint shop are attached to the above,manufactory, in hope of which experienced and, skillful workmen are employed. He has also the facilities for Trimming and all orders of that kind wil1 be executed with neatness and despatch. The subscriber desires all those in want of articles in his line to call and examine his stock, as he is satisfied that as good work, and that which will give equal satisfaction, can be made in his shops as at any other in city or country. To this end he will give his best efforts, and therefore solicits a fair share of public patronage. SAMUEL HADDEN Chester, Aug. 28, 1856. 43-42-1y
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