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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

"W^^a^r^E^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M H* :.t • fgye-iTMi - r—4' ¦ - ¦"-'"';- • : • : " ' ¦¦!.¦• .- - s^ H. &;';W.:::t.:¦ . DICKERMAK, | HATE A FULL ASSOBTMKNlT OF , -..' spxniflro x>i=Lisr Orooda," i JUst Received firm New Yorh (hty / (- , '> * " . . . ; ¦ ¦ * _'•>- ,, - ¦ ClOlllIC, BUS, CIPS/.-S'EfflS' TOSISilllG m. ¦¦'•j.,... -. ; ¦• \- • ¦ .. -'"¦ BO O -."tP:S A\ NT T> S^3HC O ES a, TVK afA±E A SPECIALTY, /X Which will be sold as CHEAP as any fair and honorable competition will warrant. — Uli—. ¦¦! ¦ '¦ ¦¦ ¦ i Ovtr Termji we Q<a,ila.. •fc»^ll«a«ajrtBja^HMa^a^aBi*wa«»a«k«i«»^^»w^Wi^aM«a«*s*a*B^^^»*«a«Miw>»«"««i«^r Conseauentlv we; Mve no bad debts to make ud for inthewavof

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

exfafa! percentage. Onr expenses are light, and T Our Motto, CHEAP ! CHEAP ! •aTPlease call and see us, and decide for yourselves in regard to Goods and Prices. We alto hare the agency for Mkb. DmouaTfs Kkuablb Pattbbns. v j H. & W. T. DICKERMAK. ; New Milford, May 10. 18t6.~tf f

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

f ^OJSSIM T J£SPSr3^i•Iwa.Iy|,' ¦.: |.. ... ,l -AT-^'.' / (V ——o *" LIRGESI 1KB HI KS0BII)HI II 1 t(IIM . O "" DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS, WALL PAPER, ] ij STATIONERY, AC. - In the 'liJENHEIM BLOCK,'* Great Bend, Pa. 8^**All goods boaght with care^nd for cash only. AnHmmenw line»f Bargains just received. • Oountry Produce of all kinds Marketed In Philadelphia and Hew Yotk. "Welcome" to both old and new customers. . GEO. I* LENHEIM. Great Bend, May 10th, 1876,: . (In Hn New Stor-.)

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

QREATEXCITEMENT IN MpNTROSg ' *¦ '" ¦' :' ¦ •'•• ¦ ¦'-'¦•.- ^-- '! AT THE ,\ ..- '¦¦'./, \ • •- ; -.v.' Ne;w Store and New Firm ¦¦¦¦ •'¦' °V I.'.'. ¦ OF ¦ ¦ - ¦ ' :-. • ¦•¦¦ - "; WEEK^ MELHUISH & CO ; - ¦ . . , i ¦ • ¦ • . . .. ¦ ; i The largest Stock of DRY GOODS, | -y I SILVER WARE mmwumm (watches iuiwiiRy, . s«ts ana caps, Soots | " Kept in Northern Pennsvlvania, AXlCi dllOOfll, ' And at the Lowest Prices. -'•"-.'¦ ' ' v •''¦ , ¦ ,« ¦ ¦ '""—~~ atprVes tower than ever known before'in Susquehan- t* a m t- AliTI CT r \i nn Oouuty. Not excepting prices before the war< TABLt 'vU-l-Lti 'i T, ! POCKET KNWES, POCKET BOOKS, • NOBEMENENTS: I ¦ VIOLINSiSTBlNGS, Ac, *c. Everythlns Hew and Freak at Popular -, V -''¦ -' Prtce». i -. * " • ; . Watches, Jewelry, Jfec. repaired by 3*0 yards of best prints in inarkpt, solid dnrlngthepast -_ - —i. -. _««-. -: ' , ... two weeks, at 6 p«ice per yard, and still there is more SP. X3 Bd3E5Xaia:XJIS3Sf to follow. i- .r 7. '" Don't be dec...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

Workfngmen's Waae». The following is "the text of an act which haa passed both houses, and been signed by the Governor, and id theitfor^ a law: ; In ail cases in which judgment shall have been iyndvred-- by any jn^tiqe of the peace or alderman in this commonwealth lor wages of manual labor that before the defendant be entitled to an appeal from thf judgment or the justice or tJderman, he or his agent or attorney shall make: oath or affirmation that the appeal i« not intended lor the purpose of delaj, but'"that he believes that injustice has been done him, which affidavit shall be attached to and set up with the transcript of appeals. Andthe said deft-udant shall be required to give good..and sufficient bail for the payment; of the debt and costs,^to be. paid when .finally adjudtjed to be uue the plaintiff by th«- court in all casi-s for labor.5 No voluntary assign^ mentf->r the benefit of creditors shall opehtte as to hinder delay or prevent foi a longer period than t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

Mm. Belknap. The most crutfl frej>tmeht to Mrs.Belktap and her husband has come from their plu friends and! associates. Not one of the ladies whose' hjusbanda occupy .official positions bas called upon the unhappy lady, who has been a prisoner in her house through all these.bright spring days. She is anxious to lea»e Washing ton, and will do ab as soon ad her husband's trial terminates. \It isnot known where she will go. | Alio! their revenues were suddenly cutjottj^aful/although they may have real estate they cannot realize in these time*. Tlie future must look dark to them arid |yet they seem to regard it more cheerfnllyj than others do. mm. Belknap wears! mourning for her recently deceased sister,! and gladiy welcomes all who make friendlv visits.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

Tornado In Chicago. Chicago, May 7.—A terriffic rain storm and tornado occured here yesterday *fu*rtioon causing a number ot casulties. The\ Michigan Southtrn depot was unroofed ; aijd six laborers injured. The steeple of Grace Church fell crushing through I the roof damaging th* Cbrurch $7,000.j A number of other bjiiidinas Wert- ttuvoofed. The fog bell of- the crib andupwly en-ctedtpwer were swept into the! lal^e arid destroyed. Several person? are rlporjted killed. The loss to property ia very great; estimated at $250,-000. ." ' 'I J' ¦;¦'.''. '

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

J)R. LIVINGSTONE. The line bred stallion Dr. Livingstone, owned brl, T. Birchard, bred by O. Z. Pcrapelly,Owcgo, New York. Sired by (Imported) Sweetmeat Dam; a high tried trottins mare from the South, will stand lor a limited nomber of mares at the Bxcban e Hotel Stable. Montrose, Pa., on Saturday of each wee*, LeBaysvile on Thursday of each week. Terms to insure $15. Insurance money due on March" 1st, 1877. Parties parting with their mares will be held for insurance money, mares loosing their foal in foal ing can be returned to hor-e the following seasonafree. For blood, style, and action, he can't be surpassed in Northern Pennsylvania. «—^.«»u ¦ w" i. ,.,.,, L.'T. 3BIBCHABD. BtrchardvUle,M*yl0,1876.-Sw.* * y^ | P0R SALE OR EXCHANGE. [ ^ AFarmonteacree, near PortCrane,Broom Co.,-^ Y. Sixty acres cleared, good buildings^-nearly new. Twill assjs^ji& May8d,187(i.~Sw _ ' ;v , ^^, ¦MONEY ;-WANtfiD:. ¦ .'-"¦'. ¦'•••¦""•.••'•:; XIr « / -OFP FOB THB WEST . Two Notes for 8&g...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

ADMINlSTRATOirS NOTICE. Io the estate ot James McDonnell, ate of Rnrb,tira decM. Leiter* of Admlniptraiiou in the said est«a having been granted to the nnd^•r^l>;nea ail personsow-Ing said estate, are rvuiiesttd. to make immediate payment, and all persons having claims n&altist said «ut* ate requested to present them without delay. . CATUKWNK MoDONNELt, y, JAM KM Mcb'.NWELL, ALEXANDER MCDONNELL, May 3d, 1870.-6W AdminUtrsWrt. ASSIGNEES'. *>OTICE, Notice ia hereby given that Jame* Martin of Bridff water, baa made a assignment, fur Mia benefit ot W creditors, to the undersigned, and all uera«us lode* ed to his estate are requested to ioake in>m«dl*te p»r ment, and those haviiijrjcl»ims to present them doty* tested tor settiemunr. The notes and accounts w II remain in ourhatio»f« payment till tho lsn.J Jun«, nftcr wblch they will* placed in the hands of onr artormv for colfeetion. mAWlA,,,r May3d,1878.-Sw. . AUDITOR'^ NOTICE-The Under; signed an auditor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

Susqnchuiiiiu Co. Farmers' Club. Ou Saturday aft%no6n,^ay^hVthe' Club met to continue the discusaiph of the question : "How shall we treat onr dairies to r«ach tde best retails ?¦* There being two public vendues in townj that: atter.ioon, the Club did not meit till rather late, and the discussion was'brief.' ' Mr. J. F. Buttcrfield 8aidi:>f*Iu order to get better Jesuits, it is important that we improve our stock. \Vej hejar"*large stories about the Jerseys,jn butier making. One man bad two cows tliqroughbred Jerseys, and in one season he mide from one of them; 330 pounds, and from the other,432 pounds of butter. One 0f them v»as milked! about three rhonths bef..re the other was ; hec milk was kept separate' up to that time ; he thought he cuu!d have made 500 pound that season ^ from the best one. That is the result of* improving stock from tho»otigl;-bre"ds. I have had cows m good coridi'tion and apparently thriving, and have fed them a feHr nubbins of corn for afeiv w...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

EG#V. ;':' .;|;.;v - .EGGg \ . ¦ ''; i ' ' * : '- ' < ¦ ¦ I " , . - " WHI1>E COCHENS, ! ' BUFF COCHENS] ! PARTRIDGE pOCHENS, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, . ANjD HOUDANS. Efiffs for Hatching, - - - $3 per 13. ! I ¦ i ' —_ \ >—J '¦•• ¦''¦'¦' i I ¦''••• ^^Young Fowls for. Bale *fter- Aagnst 1st, 1876, at reasonable pricets. No Inferior; specimens shipped from my yards. ¦ \\ ^0$?,'CocheM, 1st premium a| Jtroey Fair, (Berry & Williams Block.) Buff Cochena. Berry & Williams. Ko circulars. Write for what Is wanted and promp replys will be given. Address.! ! C. C. GILBERT, ,. .¦ ti '. " . ' j - Great Bend," Pa. March, 29, 1876.—6m. | -j^J.-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

i ; ; \ : -~-—; J} R. LYONS & eQ., •'¦".•'. : . . j ; , ¦ . ...' i -.. ¦ ' • ' ¦ • ¦ . . I ¦ ¦ HkVE RECEIVED LAEQK ADDITxONS 1 TO THEIR STOCK OP : • ( • . . • - ¦ i '" ' ' :'-i - ' •! '" * " CARPETS. OILOLOTIJS, DRUGGET, ! MATTINGS, WlINDOW A ! SHADES, v i - j . . ¦ !¦ ''- . t < i ', ' ' • ' PAPER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL CLOTHS, COTTON YARN, COFFIN TltlM-¦ : MINGS? ¦ - ¦ ' :'. s- ¦'¦' "". "':} ' ' '¦ PLATED WARE, DRf GOODS AND GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS, \- DAMASK, REPS, • • . " '•' - !¦ i - ALL OF DR. JAY^E?S FAMILY MEDICINES, • ¦¦¦'.." i ¦" '' y ¦ -¦ TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, RUBBER GOODS, &0, &C. j "*U. -. i ' ' - • . ' CALICO, SIX CENT^ PER YARD * i^ ' " I , \ | B. R LYONS & CO/ i '.. ¦ i '.' ¦ ' ." Montrose, January 1, 1876. [ r ; ; " s i

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

jyjODES DEI PARI^ Sprins Stylo., ] T— I ROZELLB'S FRENCH MIiIlINERY, 97 Court Screet, Binghamton, N. T. 91 The largest and best stock of Millifey Goods outside of New York, and at the very lowest cash prices. I bny for cash and sell for cash, i We will not be undersold. LADIES' OAPS ANDj HEAD-DRESSES in L a very large variety, FRANK LESLIE'S PATTERNS I * HAIR GOODS, ETC. | v fJrozelle.v Binifbamtou.N. Y.. April 19,1876.—ly.-8l REMOVED AND ENLARGED. \ I have removed my Grocery! store ¦ ¦ . - to the bnildlng tour doors above the First National Bank, Public Avenne, (formerly occupied by E. .P. Stamp,) where I. have enlarged; my stock of - Groceries, Provisions, ficc I invite competition both in quality and price. - Please give me a call and be convinced that I can do yon good. . ' n VvkLSON J. TURRELL. Montrose, April 28.1876.—yl. ! -i ¦;• . . ! ; -A " ¦ •. , , - . i j . -• j , • i -i •'• ¦'¦ • ;'

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

tv Attention Company I <>tv (.,^^5lT7 , >v ' $1,000 BOUNTY!>^-^SH^ WAIT FOR THE WAGON! ^1^ ^<l\W 1,000 MEN WANTED, ARMED! >,.-- ¦'.' ¦'¦ : .; ¦"'-"¦ '---: - - ¦ [¦ ¦¦ ¦: . ¦¦":¦ ¦-¦ /. -v:::/ :-L- : with Greenbacks, to buy the best made, easiest-running, and most durable Wagon ever made lor the money. • ,. - s ¦¦ .. - _.. 1 ¦¦ '-• '¦ ...-.-...- ¦ : ¦ -....•.' , ¦' '¦¦ -.-- - - ' ' ¦' ' - : -• -.'.- - '! ; ' :.'-',-•"..¦'¦ •-'.. -| - f':- ¦ i THE LARGEST I ASSORTMENT OF PLATFORMS, OPEN' Ale} TOP BUGGIES AND PHOTONS, EVER OFFERED TO THE " , CITIZENS OF NORTHERN! PENNSYLVANIA. * . . ¦ - - • ; i •.'• ¦; ¦ : - - Particular atttntion is called to our Standard Platforms. We claim to make the best Family and Farm Wagoa ; combined, evcioffed for the money. Each Wagon Warranted as represented. We employ none bat experienced! an echani^s.^ Selecting best of stock for cash and piy cash for labor,, and we have reduced the prices, u ollowa ^¦sj^«B?^ »^«...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

JSTOX2STO- 1676. SPECI^Il, ,A^UNOEM»;r ;^ ABEL BENNETT & CQ., BINGHA|(/ITON, Jobbers of Fine Woolens, ' ALSO A MERCHANT TAILORING DEPABHIT, *..-;' REPLETE WITH ALL THE LATEST STYLE^ "i --': ¦ -! . ANU QUALITIES .' '¦ '¦ .';...'",.,'¦ y.' :'.:' . All onr goods have been boneht within the the last few weeks, for CASH, at a very low price, thereby en-, abling us to sell cheaper than fie other establishments in the city, who are carrying stock bou«httVmuch higher rates. april 19,'76.-3m HAOAMAN BLOCK.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

This standard article is compounded with the great est care.. Its effects are as wonderful aud satisfactory [ as ever. It restores gray or laded ha.r to its youthful color. It removes all eruptions, itching and dandruff; and the scalp by Us use becomes white and clean. By its tonic properties it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing baldness, and making the ha ir grow thick and strong. As a~ dressing nothing has been found so effectual, or desirable. Dr. A. A. Hayae, State As«ayer of Massachusetts, says of it: "I con-ider it the best .preparation for its intended purposes." ' -i " Buckingham's Dye, FOR THE WHISKERS. ' This elegant preparation may be relied on to change the color of the beard from gray or any other undesirable shade, to blown or b a k, at discretion. It is easily applied, being In one preparation; and quickly and effectually produces a permanent color which will neither rub no wai-b off. ' ' MANUFACTURED BY R. P. Hall & Co., ^Nashu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

r> J. LX)NLEY, ^ ' Jt ¦ •'¦' FJ«NI8HIKO;. ,'•¦'•'" !.--:^'-: UtiD[R«^I^IiK[, '¦'.{.'¦: BINGHAM i. ONj N.Y., The lateat improved Coffins and Caskets on hand.— Hearse to order.. Shrdode, etc. aprlll9,'76. OILLIAED ptJTFIT. ; .ymMui outat for wle, cbeao., Two Upl*i srttn the i^ee«M»y ifixtnrefc Addxew, JL 8, WABNBB. M»y Jd.l8TO.tf ; , v JWttfK>ae,pa.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

FARM FOR SALE; 'I - j - - - ! - * ' - ¦ . . ' ; The subscriber offers his farm for sale, situate in Forest Lake, containing 65 acres 50 Improved. Will keep twelve cows, and a tea uj, Well watered, Is also a eobd grain farm, Has a nice young orchard. Terms will be made' easy. For further particulars end aire or address, > AARON REYNOLDS, i j or 8. B. ROGERS, Feb. 13, '76.-tf Montrose, Pa, ¦ Legal. . •¦"¦ : A [DMINISTRA'iO^S NOTICE. In xju the estate of Michael 0Jtaley,late of Forest Lake dee'd: Letters of Administration in the said estate having been granted to the. undersigned all persons owing said estate are requested to make immediate pa>ment and all persons navjng claims against said estate are requested to present them without delay. HANNORV. QUALBY, April 5,1870.-45W Administratrix,' C. T. A. "WIOTICE. Whereas, my wife Amelia, l^ts left my bed and board, without just cause or provocation. I do hereby forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my accoun...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

TK>OK STORE. / F.'.'j;;stitJ5p.^.':.v; ¦ .^aran' iiir'.', BOOKSTORE •-. - y \: . •'"'_. " JS NOW OPENEUy And everything connect ted with the tirade will' be kept on hand, includ- ; ing DAILY PAPERS. Montrose. April 12,1876.—4w. QORRECTIONJ y Rumor has it that having been elected County Treasurer for the ensuing three years, I am to discontinue my Insurance busines. Said RUMuR is UNTRUE, ana without foundation, and while thanking you for kindness, and bppreciation of good' Insurance m the pa«t, I ask a continuance of your patronage, premising that all business entrusted to me snail be promptly attended to. My Companies are all sound and reliable, as all can te»- tlfy who have met with losses daring the past ten yean at my Agency. Read the List I North British and Mercantile, Capita], , $10,000,001 Queens of London, . .. , • 8,000,0W Old Franklin. Philadelphia, Assets, 8^00,00» Old Continental, N. Y., " nearly 8,000,00f Old Phoenix of Hartford, '-H ?• 9.000.00J Old Hanover....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

\-'';i-'T^eIV«>:'P^Mti'<*lftnerii. \ '¦ ..'.¦;' '¦ ¦ . "" . . ' . . * " """" ^T r ¦ p Vthe iollowljoe -touching rhyme or th^twelve potiticianera is tof toe s^g to a popular air. Tweive^oliticlaners on"4n» road th heaven-^- Colfax went to t'other! place and then there .'",-.-'/Were eleven.,.' ..'Y/:--"-•-'' '..''-'..'¦-.'!,- !; Eleven' politiciariera—very, piousfmeh-r- .:-:• Henry Clews' goose was cooked and then there werelen. Ten polilicianers, cutting quite a shine-Black Friday swallowed Richardson then there %Vvv Wfire flhie." .-•• ':-,- .! y.: : r.'r:Y' ¦•"'YNine politicianers at the Wliite House gate—Williams bought a landaulet and then there '¦ ' .'' ¦;.: were ^ eight. \ ¦' 'y < Eight politicianers soda -wouldn't leaven—anterior gripes killed Delanjp and tjhen there wereeeven. • .-'' ' Seven politicianers, in a "crooked" fix—.' j Babcock stole the Pieirepont note! and then . there w^ere six. ."."; N Six politiciancre atill left aliver- ' . i Sche...

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