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

—--•^'T—~ Brief History of the Republic, ' -- : •' , ' ". r. 'f: • «—~ ¦ - ¦ \ :l?76r-The worst penmeu in America signed ihe Declaration of Independence, ajid the United States is born. Jenner invents viaccinati*n, and Garrick disgusted with amateur Hamlets quits the stage forever. 1786—Articles ot confederation treatey with Morocco; Columbia College, New York, founded, but no crew entered for the regatta. 1796—^Tennesse, natures hbtop pole and tar repository, admitted to the Union. Washington steps, down and out! without any handsome presents or itching for a third term Susan Anthony just getting into society and smashing male hearts geneially. 1806—Fulton hopes to blow tip the world and invents steamboats. Total eclipse this year of the sun. Aron Burr. First soup house in the world established. i-1816—Indiana admitted to W Union. Treaty with Algiers. Dr. Mary Walker first meditates pantaloons. j. ~ . ¦ 1836—Adams and Jefferson die. Sing Sing Prison built and stocked with t...

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

' "Pull Down YburVVest.'', V ........ w-wr ^ . ^ . . "You keep vests, my friend ?" said a Dutchman entering a Fulton clothing istorei the other day., :;Tbe clerk promptly' answered that the store was crammed with them. - "I vant a vest," said the teuton, "vat^ don't rise up on its hint legs mit the neck. I bought one in Byractis^Tlolilbng ago/'-mlt a dow dollar pill, and py shimminy I don't notice dot myself but everywhere I go the boys gry out mit der streets, "Yaccub 1 vy in der name of der board of drustees don't you pull down your vest ?"—and py dam I have pulled dot vest more'n dree dousand dimes, till 1 wore all de pindings off mit de buttons. The clerk explained the joke and sold him a vest, and the old man went lout with the exclamation, "py shimminy, ! don't hear sometings about dot over m Shermany before." * - ~---.g.-v>.-.y-. '^ark» '•¦ ¦ ¦ -• ••' ]¦- ¦¦. rAcurioiis example of geographical iguorancc issttnin one of the new French Centennial "AfaiaaSjWhere t...

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

Whut made all the Difference Jacob Bliveri is a young man who lived In Allegheny; he was desperately in love with Amelia L-——, and Amelia Was said tofhlly reciprocate the youth's attachment. Jacob thotjght it was time to broach* the subject to Amelia's father,wh6 was unaware that Bllveh's uncle had died two weeks before, leaving Jake a -.handsome legacy. The young man, with Amelia on his arm, came into the awful presence^ the father.- *. "Good evening, Mr. S—-r," said Blivens.hesitatingly, while Amelia grew scarlet. \'Eh '."exclaimed the old gentleman, looking un.nnd his prophetic soul telling him what was coming. .>¦" > "What's this!" . "Why, Amelia and me—" "Amelia!" intejrrupted the..old' man. "By dad ! how the young .dogs do eet faniiliar on short acquaintance; it was Miss Amelia a week ago."'""- ..;." - - . , .- ;.':• .;.-;' . ¦ . " "Yes. sir ; but things hev changed since last week," said Blivens," boldly, an' we've come to ask your consent-^" , > ...

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

kA Fenriul Suinuious i "Mr. Smith, I have called to see if 1 could take you-life." ' . "Wii—wh—what d'you say?" exclaimed Smith in some alarm. "I say that I've come round to take your life. My mime is Guhn. As soon as I heard you were unprotected Ihkt you had nothing on yowlife.I thought 1 would just run. in and settle it for you-at once." Then Smith got up and wentNto the other, side of the table, and said to himself—-, ,. "I-tj's a lunatic who has broken out of Ithe asylum. He'll kill me it I halloo or run. I must humor him." Then Gunn fumbled in his pocket after bis mortality tables, followed Smith around the room and ssid to him-:- : / "You can choose your own plan , you know It^s immalerial to me. Some like one way. find some another. It's a matter of; taste. Which one db you prefer?" "I'd rather hot die at all," said Smith in despair. "But you've got to die, of course," said Gunn: "that's a thing there's ne choice about. AH I can do is to make death easy lor you ;;to m...

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

f Iron, Hardware, etc, ]^EW;FIBM,;- ¦,.';-! ¦ y y^]y']/] NEW G0OD3, < ¦¦'¦- "}--y"y\ ¦'¦ ';;i>l:^ ; 5 Sew prices, j ; (SUOOBSSOB TO B©*0 A COBWCR,) - i ' ;¦"¦ .' •- -' J;.'-'-' - .'-•" *.;- ':.. '¦'"•'''..''••.'• -¦ i\ ' y:y."y .. OBAhtes uxy.y. •; ' ' *' [': \ ' )\y ¦ ¦ .-,•• ¦' . •' '';' .', v'iA:---':'-\:".' :. Cook Stoves. Ranges, Heating Stoves. ON jjlME, Ib the name of a new Codk sitoye, just out. containing a new principle in baking, and ia destined to m»K6a revolution in the constructWn of Cook Stoves. Come lnandsuelt.. - - -j ¦ : [¦ ;'\ THti ARGAND, As a UeatinR stove stands without a rival, in beauty, durability and economy; Come and satisfy yourself, and get names oi parties now using them. TINWARE. \ We take special pleasure .lip offering to the Wholesale and Retail Trade, our desirajble supply at Tinware, we nse UDne but the best of charcoal plates. OTIS WOBKHEN ABE EXPEBIEHCEO! lOUK STYLES ABE FAULTLESS! GOODS ABE WABB&UTED! And we dely any to p...

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

hayw4 mm\% ]\ ' Dealers in STOVES, TIN, COPPER &, SHEET IRON WARES}1 HOUSE BURNISHING GOODS, AND BUILDERS HARDWARE,-&C. i '. '• ' " I i . Agents lor . ,' < - ' . ... • * . BLANCHA11D. BARTLilV & CQ;, SASa BUN lbS, BOORS, WINI DOWS/COllNIOB MOULDS ;!"': ',".. INte &0.,-which we will sell at Blanchard, Bartlet & Go's, pr'ies . i . .! ,'; ¦ ,\ i: ':- i 3 -- \. -yl ' NAILS, SCREWS LATCHES, BUT'ld, SASH AND BLIND FASTEN-: ERS AND 1H1NGES, HOES, !*• FORK SHOVJJLS, RAKES, .-; WIRE [GOODS, &Q. : \-::- y,: I. - ; .-¦ v '- ; [ (f ; • g • . ' Special inducements o;n Tans, Pails, Cobleir and at ' , Dallying Goods. IRON CLaD, FIRST PREMIUM. MIIjiK ?ANS, (John HAYDjEiir, General Agent.) ' " - '' . '• ; . •«.• ¦¦ OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, tLAlv 1 FORM, SPRING AND BUGGY WAGGONS. Ungnrpassed for, Style and Durability. :K;-v: -1j-' -V y We have recently added to our selection of Stovei. '-'{¦ ¦• >,'- -¦ - The Ckktenjtial CooKp v made hy Bath...

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

^^^^ £^G£- ,;a^.iaj M**rM^ ¦ ¦"'¦ \ Has iuat returnee! trom New York with a large and complete assortment of ): ¦" ¦''¦ ¦¦" ¦¦ 6RY GQQDS, CLOTHING, B OOTS & $>HOES HatbS:and Oa^ps, Notions, &c, &c Filling his large f,temporary•, on the NatlonalN Hotel grounds. We gball . ¦¦-;'¦¦-•• [J \ remain here until our new » ^ BRI0K STORE IS COMPLETE O^H^ GROUND Our stock is new abd bought with -care. We will, ss heretofo|e, offer the largest \ , assortjrneut and best bargains in the county* ,? 8^*Buti:er aud JPrdduce ipped. Highest price andprottipt reiujns guaranteed Money advanced when desired. ! GEO L. LEKHEIM Great Bend, July 7th, 1875 4 HiBcellaneons Advertisements. /'•¦": ^ ii P^ssiipsii \ S'H- ¦;,;-,;::yyi vtBend .'%:: %? r ¦¦ ^y ::::/'.y:f!r.% - '¦'¦.:• V ^.'^ ¦'. - "''""'•iv: -'¦'-• ;' -yC. ''y'-'<-' .;U-vX:J ".-;:: OJ\y :--y- '•-"'¦•/¦' ¦- ''•":": -y-:- }¦¦ ¦ -!':'''•.;•¦:/'' '¦ * . ° ., rr OLD . sh . -I . . '....

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

SKiffii 3?^JM MATHUSHEK AKD CMKEPIW ¦ "~'y Pianos. MU^iC & JEWIU1Y STORE. ' ,' . ' j A LABGB ASSORTMENT OV GOLD AND TTT A rTt/ ^tTTTrC! AMERICAN silveu W AlUxiJio iforeign AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF CLOCKS. . ap-iTJ-s .atEJ^raEaxjU.'s*'' - ^^KUm^^^U^mmSmW Of all ; Descriptions. ' /^^¦KH^S^^^B"** ^ * o new g66ds constantly arrivikg. George Woods & Go's ¦ ¦ ¦¦' '. ¦¦¦ , \ ¦ sT. 3aS«TJB"5r db OQ.'S, - GREAT BEBCCTION .I-lS PBICES _ 1 VTbW spring. : .. AND OTHER OBGASS, - ¦¦ ¦¦if:>:.i~Lyyy ¦¦ -¦ J. F. &RONSON, act, ">^is£S'- 'I' ! WHOLESALB AND RETAIL.. \ BfPSl€ ' H ^^^^ "Jr\ ': MERCHAIVDISE s ¦' ^^ f-r. | j . . I , Of all Pes^riptiuns. A FIN ^ E | ASSORTMENT, • SHEET HUSlC,i INSTRtJOTlON BOOKS, j ' ''.''- | ^- Watclies. Cloelis, and File Jewelry re-.gl J ' etc-ctC*4 ete' paire«?: pn short; notice a ad warranted. Brick Block, - fBOKTROSE, Pa ' Fine Engraving'done. March 93d, 1876. ¦; ' v|' :-.; y hEUIS , '-'-. < ^^^^ Shmb^^^| ,-. - ^...

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

1 854. .- '• ::\y\ y' ' /'.''/¦ .1876, • '¦ .,• ¦ Facts ;;i$etter//;TShraii"':;Fic THE POPUU.R DRY GOODS AND CL0TH!HC HOUSE o^ GliTfTENBU-RGJ-ROSEN^AUM^& CO ¦ -- j . -: : - .*:-:..-, -.-Is sttll in Montrose, lieing estabHi«lied nearly a quarter of a century, and Intend to be anotbnr. Are carrjlng the largest and most complete Hs'sortment of Dry Goods, :Ready-Madtf Clotbfae, *c, AC., of any other firm la the Connty. Oar facilltle* for buying in lat^e quantille* of first¦. hands byihc ori«ir.al i!U<}t8>.-eN8nojy.twTing« resident, buyer constantly io the:market,issuch,that it makes it almost an impossibility for any new cr.olddealen to conlpete with us in price's. ' •'¦'¦¦ ' . j . '•-. ¦ • ¦ ••.- ''• M. 8. Dess|iner.flaving3ust returned from New York with a, largo stock »f ?ea?pn:»blc sood*. bouahtfor ca«b at the most fayotable rates, prices belog so tempting that he bought heavier thUn usual, aud inontly at large Auction Sales, j We will, ban arid shall...

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

vnv^:-V-'""A:-i^jMiYNRsriBiHo'-HAlwiTr;^-^- 1 ."I/-. Y . .!. I. WHOLESALE DEALER ESf - ¦ BRONZE LAtoS, OPAt LAMfe ALL GLASS LAMPR. IIAND LAMP& BURNERS, WIC|:S, SB ADES, SHADES HOLDERS. Ac., &c. i#to I ' i yr--' .-.r • '.-:.. • ''. j • ;8PE0IALi INDTJCBMEIPB IN , ' YY^Axsoi !maku?acturer ;OF n -' ;¦'.. it--:- ./¦:•¦: -ly- -¦¦¦¦ ¦::.. ¦¦¦¦ ¦'¦¦y-yr- ' yPrkiufhu^ ,-.-,.-¦?' AAdrcaii brJSstU Promptlf A««ndcd To. :/';-.-'", ''Marck^V. W!5. - A. s; JUlNiH "-".- iE ./..: ' '/ 4 ¦¦¦ - -': ' . ¦ ¦ ¦ J ¦ --.••.. - -.• ¦ ; r ':'¦]' ' ¦".' ¦ ;:Y". - :. .'... - -

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

AflncetHng their s^rvicesiwili** pwmptly attended to. ^8atlallM*o6j^ar4nwed; ::>; M^TTB^a; > FrI«id»TUi»ii, ».. April T.WB- UU-M v

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

BEST JOB PRINTING ,-;\ AT THE ii<>\VSi»T KATKC yJ-.'Kr yiiyyy-FyJy- .i.''' .- -., v.-.' ¦:" '. ¦¦¦.-;;•;>':¦. ¦ ¦/•¦¦.v : •• .'..'.'. '• ^ '•:^.-\^::'Woyai^;e^ifpti4|^*'a^dmg neii: material io our office, and ^wlilt «nr tfti^ JlAck oif jp to '¦¦';.--.-- :. ' . \-Ji ¦' ' /"'¦'¦: '}}.'. 'f ''- :- --; "! . -:V.-~' >', '"v\' .}¦¦ -;:'''" '¦ -' .'¦;:' <¦ 'i ¦-¦. - : : " ' ¦ - ^'-^^ iia} Wi»,'a«*"4»^.^»rl«^l'^ ..V-t-'-r.i'-'i.i *¦¦¦¦¦! \ -•... \\v?>"^&;yz)fr.r*5*Ki' * yi%^^ *><,- ¦'' ' '¦ ;. - ¦ •-"v ;'>'^s i.;?f??vV!:"-'" '•'.-'.! "-,'-• f-'- ¦ /:¦ '"^y^' ¦;yyy" ¦:'^'^'fi''.'i'':,". ¦ -'••/* y> ^fi--. ..--;Vf,T. |,^r,.» ¦ ¦ •':., 'f "

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

:. . ¦¦..:¦T- i .- -., - •• i lame l^ittgs I JOY OF INOOMrLETJBNESS, If til otiril yes were one broad glare j Of sunlight, clear, unclouded ; i \\ U all our path was smooth.and fair, v By no solt gloqni enshrouded y - V 11 all life's Bowers were fully blown Without the sWee|t unfolding, And happiness were! rudely thrown V On hands too weak lor holding-- ; Should we not mis> th% twilight hours The gentle haze and sadness ?. Should we not long fori storms and show ers -II*,'.' ' To break" the constant gladness ? .4 If none were sick and none were sad, j AVbiit'servk* eould we render ? | . , I think if we were always) glad We scarcely could be tender ; - . "Did our beloyed never need Our patient ministration, Earth would grow cold, and miss, indeed, Its sweetest consolation. It sorrow nevei claimed! our heart. Aud every wish was granted, Patience would die and hope departure would be disenOusjuted, And yet in heaven is no night,* In heaven is no more serrow ! 1 Surh unim...

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

AUNTS AND OLD MAIDS . . f .. t ;« , s ... ^ -.. . We do not know how we World would go on without "aunties" and old maids. When everyone elsp is hutried and heated about their own affairs, the old maid pt the family, dear, kind, sympathetic auntie, with nothing more important in her own life to occupy her tbaa^a change of maids or a rebuke to the man,comes in fresh as a daisy to take her turn at the mill, as a relief guard of some one else. With plenty of leisure and inexhaustible love, what may she not do in the way of help, and to-her honor -be it said, she generally does all she can.— This ia the ideal old maiden auntie, but there are others of opposite characteristics. There is the peevish old aunt who has lived only for herself, narrowing heFsympathiesand contracting her understandiaji till she sees eyil in everything; the veritable old maid who thinks that Wedlock is at best a doubtful mat ter, and^that a girl who! is in love, and lets her love be seen, is by no means ...

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

OBSTAflLES AND OPPORTUNITIES. It is an almost universal practice to throw the blame of pur failures and jdeficiencies upon pur lack of jcertain advantages, Wt are quite sure that, had we been more; fortunate in ancestors or Education, in circumstances or surrounding htfluences, we shoulq have been altogether-sjuperior persons to What we arc-Especially uo we excuse lack of mental culture on these grounds. Our early \education was neglecte'd ^ or wo had to struggle with poyerty,N or our time; has beea so intensely engrossed as to leavers no chance for study, or those with whom we mingle hav6 no intellectual sympathies, ori we live in tne country and haye noaccess4o books. These and many similar reasons are given, and believed in, as sufficiently nc-N con ntin£ li>;r all our lack of knowledge, or mental: inertness. . V i ' Certainly such unfavorablb circumstances must be regarded as impedimt-nts which We would gladly have had swept from our path ; butjto imagine that the...

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

'¦ ¦'-j • ] LETTERS. Y i, . ., , —^^— ( 1 By mainy tilings we may ^ know a man ; by his friends and photograph book ; his enemies and* what they'say of him ; byj his pursuits and his pleasures ;| the woman he| marries and ^the' woman he mi<;ht have marriied, but did not; by his servants and the household be keeps ; his habits, and, the things lies allows andthe things he forbids ; but by nothing is he better known than by his letters, and how he writes, and whether he is punclillious in answermgat once, or, uncertain and full of delay ; brief in reply or prolix; careful in!taking up your points, and satisfactory in tbejway in which he bandies those which it is important to you should be touched on", or haphazard in his replies , clearly tocussed, or with thought«. awool-gathering,: giving four pages to futilities that are uo good to him or you,while compressing all the important parts into one paragraph, il, indeed they are not forgotten altogether, or at best huddled u...

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

j _ , r _ ^ CTRMTIJKE. ' .:\--'^. At W. W\ Smit^i & Son's BxtensiveParnitnreWarjroomyonvillflndtheUreeit •tockof ;.;. FIBST OLAJSS AND OOM|f ON I^TJU-r^r X TXTR.EJ < , - ¦ ... . ft "v . ' To be found in this,section of the country, of his owb manufacture, and at prices that cannot fall to give satif faction. They make thevery beat EXTENSION; pPABLES In the Country, and WARRANT them. XTplxoliatery .\3BT o *• Is. Of allk'nds done m then:atp»tmav.ner. SF RIlffG BSDS . ; OF VAKIpUS BINDS. PUBE N0.1 MATEASSES, . AND COMMON MATEASSES1 U N D E RTA K I N:G Tho subscriber will hereafter make tut, adertaKtng a specialty in his business. - Havincjufct completed a NEW and the mest elegant HEASSE in the Sute.all needing his services will be attended to promptly ana at satisfactory charges. i. WM.W. SMITH k SONY Montrose.Pa.. Jan. 51 ^RTSLwnoS—tf. •

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

j^onteos^j; Y; | STEAM MILL :'y- \ ~°^{ ¦¦ *:^:;,-'« OATS FOE SALE BYj TJlEj LOAD at the > ^EAM MILL. FEESH GEOUND GEA.HAM FLOUE for sale at the Y STEAM MILL. Any quantity of MEAL & FEED of the best quality, at the STEAM MILL. FLNE WHEAT MIDDLINGS at the STJEAM MILL. WHEAT BEAN fur sale at; the STEAM MILI* WHEAT FLOUE, FEESH GEOUND, at the STEAM MILL. OLD WESTEEN OOEN for sowing. 6u account of the' poor quality of new corr i,it ia necessary to secrtrp good old corn for 8eed;200 bu.at the STEAM MILL.1-Aiivthing vou can thinkjof, y«u will fin«? at the •.-" STEAM MILL, kontrbsc, April 12,1876.—tf. ! , . \- .... -. - .. • , - - > ¦

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

Ml I . ' ¦ ' , ' I TABBELL HODSB...! Y - - .': :. ¦-. '"' -' .-¦ " :'• : 'i-.'.'"'.¦ . •¦•'• -, '¦: • ' ' .-.: , otrotnmrta'oov^ruovm*, y-. *¦ . ' *- "' - . ' - - .:" -< ' .•'¦' ' ' "'- . "" :;,:'.,-.. icoirpROBB.PBanf'ft. : JOHN S.TABBELL, Pab^B. Nine BUgo* and Hacks leave this Bonte daily,<on-Dectlny with the Montroae Railway, the Lehigh valley Hailro^o and theH,hl & W. Railrotd. : April 1,1873. ' -.. ¦¦¦¦';,-' ¦-¦¦:'¦' \':''

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

TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. C. & A. CORTESY, DRY G0033S, •- .—ijsn)—... - MERCHANT TAItGRING. AT OUB NEW 8T0BB, No. 8t Court Street. We would respectfully announce to the publicth.U we have removed to our new -and spacious store. No. 21 corner of Court and Water'streets, and are filling it with a n «w stoct cf goods that have Just arrived. Onr $tockof Dress Goods. Shawls; etc., are of the very latest Spring patterns and styles and purchased for caeU when the market was most depressed. In the Hue of Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Hair Goods, Kibbons, etc, our. stock is unsurpassed. We have also opened a Department of Merchant Tailoring, and have ju»t purchased a large stock of the latest ctyles ln.the line vf Cloths, Cassimcres, etc., and of too very best quality.v We have employed to take charge otthls Department, M&. T. D. TAYLOS, lone th» leading and most succea*fal cutter in ttiscity, and who al waj s guarantees a perfect fit. Mr. Taylor did the pelectingof the cloth...

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