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

.'¦¦¦ BHsceUjLneons. .v\.::;- ^^ial^v^^ilr;^^:^^. ' V ¦ ' . ¦' .-.'•' '.•'•'¦-''•:¦ . . ¦"..-'- I-'"- .'"¦*¦ !•'¦' ' ; ' - ;; , ' ¦'¦ ''>"•*¦'¦*..'¦'¦ '*~y ''!' ' 'l' /¦:;¦¦_¦¦, i\ Y'-i*atc uri|licYi, iri«-*f>;; Y.">/^ yyyyyy ^^^^ -:}y:yy.•?¦/?¦':YY"Yi'.''Y"' 'K ' '¦/'¦ -* \ A;?-^^\}^:^ Is- nowconducting: the Retail jJBusiness foimerly conducted by the above firm at 19 Chenaago 8t,fret, Binghamton, and ia now prepared to furnish ''., V FPMTDRE fH(f :' 1 "'-- '¦ . •'.,.,• '-'..v.- ;' -¦¦¦-.'-'. -' .- .¦•--.•• '-----v--:-. /'¦:-'- ;-''- ,>.,';.-'-¦ >-:^. y.--; *n Variety. • Specia l attention is caUed to hu stock <tf .. y.' ;y CHAMBER SE^S, rj6lIOHES, MARBLE, TOP TABLES, MATTRESSES Y yYY" ',:'Y:;X!;yan^-.springy beds,; : ,.,vY...'\Y^-.Y"-Y:L;!.: •;, in great variety. Buyers will find this the place to purchase, aa gooua bought for CASH can be sold cheap for ^nKU,ra SneS?ter' ^ 16 Chenango; St. Binghamton.

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

™tfGHAMT01SY ! : ". -:;'Bbc^;g^g^^T P A. HOPBTJSfS WSOJ^S,1^BiETdR^ No.4t Court Street, 2d Floor, Binghamton * N, Y. ..Yy.';Y; \::'-Y'" ,-YY^-:" '-:¦':'-¦ YYY :'-Y:-,':¦; --I ALL STYtRB OF.-]tliQ)lJstQ . AND BLANK- IftOl^ WufrS^ ¦'• '--if;

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

. n-;-T». , -,.i - .... ,, ,. I," .III- " I—«^^M^^M ; Town, Countyr anl Variety. —4-M&nya man has ruined his eyesight by »Hting around in barrooms looking for work. '——-Sunday before last snow was falling and the ground freezing while last Sunday the thermometer stood at 65 degrees in the jshade. ——It is suggested that if some folks vdesire to do something extraordinary to celebrate the centennial year, they had better pay their -debts. -. ¦'-. ¦-•" . -'.-v, ¦'• -.... - --\. ' ~—TheTunkhannock Jtepubltoin says that a gentleman of that place has fifteen hundred bushels of very fine potatoes which he offers to sell at fifteen cents per bushel. y~ ;r ; T-—-O.E. T7ptegrove,boot and shoe maker,has just procured a new style of last, which is not called "Centennial," but over which he does make a first class fit, of finest finish. ——The letting of the pews in theM. E. Church, by a committee detailed for that purpose, will take jtfitee on Saturday, May 13th, between the hour...

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

OIS^lTXZS. . Huuley— In Hjirford, May 1, Timothy Hurley,.aged 51 years, Likabery—In JRush, April 15th, Ida May, beloved and only daughter of Marshall and Sarah Linabery. aged 3 years, 6 months and 28 days, i . 1 ' . : : "But Jesus cajlled them unto him." - SEEiiEY—In Gibson, April 2,7th, Eli Seeley, aged 65 years and; 8 months. TaojipsoN—ln! Springville, Jan. 11th, Geo. W. Thompson, aged 55 years, 9 months, and 23 days.- ; .{ • Ryn|;absok—iln Lenox,April 14th, Edgar W. son of Cornelius and Margaret Rynearson,aged 9 months and 16 Idays. Francis—Sunday, April SOih, of congesiion of the, lungs, Emma J., youngest daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E.|A. Francis, of Binf hamton. Sodan—In East Bridgewater, May 4th, 1876, "Little Mannie," youngest son ot John H. and Harriet Sodan, aged 5 years, 4 months and 16 MBJTO. i , ; > Hoiy soon our joys are turned, to sorrows—a blessed little one has been borne to the land wjiere, it is saldj sighing and s::rrow flee away, and'neither can jthe...

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

Hh6 HarketB. Xew «orh Pr«|dac© Marfeet. teportcd Every W«ek Bxprc8»ty 'o» "V** Mostbpsk lisxooRAT by Rliodofl & Server, Produce Coramls-.»ion Murcnnnlji. S« WWUhall Stwet^jNewYork. , New York, Friday, May 5,1876. ••• I; ^but^er.'' " ''; \ Receipts last isix days..........25,019 pkgs. Iherewasa good demand late yesterday and, (o-day from Eastern buyers, and a lair movement to the local trade, which has imparted a trifle steadier tone to really fine grades in nearly all styles of packages. KEW^UTTKR. State pails, creamery choice.. .30. @ State pails,fair to good............26 ®\ 28c State Dairy pails,selected....28 @ 29c Pails, State, prime..!..........'. .28 © 29c Pails. State, fair to good.-?... .25 @ 26c State Half firkins, tubs, prime.25 @#27c State Half firkins, t^ubs, fair. .23 <§T 24c • > CHEESE. ReceintslasVsixdays........ 6,572hexes. The market, still continues without any special change. x NEW CHEESE, f . State Factory, full cream 16 @ lie State Fac...

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

— ¦ • i : _ ..... . KorjGBT—HoPKtKS—At Factoryville,April 1, by Rev, C. M. Tower, Abner B. Rought and Lizzie Hopkins, both of Nicholson township. Wyoming co., Pa. \ ' SpnAGtJE—Shaw—At the M. E. parsonage, Salem, Pa., April 127th, by Rev. P. R Tower, Geo F, Sprague. of Nicholson, and Myrantha A. Shaw, ot Factory ville.

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

SSipHiigj^ ':•"- '-ojr -Jia;.<pwLt'ro»©. * .''¦¦ c" ' ¦¦ '*»* ~—CASH CAPITAL $100,100. SURPLVSLFBNft, «OtOOO. --':':J.'.!'''kbm6vbd-; To tbelr new and; commodious Bank Building on V Public Avenue. Transacts the business of IVIEHCHAINITS, FARIVIERS, r And Otuers. "CORBESPOND^KTS. " New York, First National Bank: Philadelphia pmi. uulphla National Bank, y ' ""•" • ¦ ^. '" ¦ ¦- - . - ¦ - . - '.'*" - - • : i WM. J. TTJRRELL. Pbmidmt N. L. LENHEIM,-Cashieb. ;¦ Montrose, March 85,1876. / ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ J Drags and Medicine. X^T" HAT' I Si m * ii^^sJNSbJ Sxsuk^aL^ y%^ JSaUm\ v^mW h+JP It isaliquid Linamejgt for Boui>e and stable use. Avaln able combination, discovered bv s celebrated Rub-Hshchemist and horee-farrier. Was introduced in the United Sates in the year 1856, and since that time, hj Its great success. In the cure of diseases, it has won for itself that world wide reputation it to richly deserves, and now sttnds at the head of all llnaments unrivalled ...

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

Arrangement of Maili, -. Via RailboaiU '¦'¦-'.'-. - ~ ¦„:v"'"- " • ' \Y'*tty»yP*paru ««nkbannock, (Daily,)... ..„•.... 100pm M16 in " ¦ / ;¦, VIA.Staobs:.-'•;";,:: .:•_ ;r . Montrose DepoUDaily,)."............ 600pm ,680a jo 2»w Milford,(Daily,) .»..-.1000nm lBUpm «volaslng. (Daily.)..--.--.......J... »«am 900pm Jricuuavffl*.(tri weekly,).........;. .v. 000pm 800am ^nklinSUtion,(triweekly,).-....L.., 700am 700am nChamton.rioS. Lake,(tn weekly).. 600 pm 700 pm ffippen.(triweekly,) .....,1000am 400pm The Now York, (via Montrose Depot,) New Milford, Jnkhannock,andWyaluslng aredaily. \ < TheOonkllu Station mail runs Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8 TheBinghamton mail,(«la SUvbr, Lake,) runs Tues-,.„ Thuwdays. and Saturdays, ;; L-.-. ....-^v 3 Vriendsville niallfcros Tuesday^,Tfmrsdaye,aad Sat "theMoshoppenmal 1 runsMondays,Wcdne days, and ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ Fridays. additional Staoks: : A Stage leaves daily for Montrose. Depot a' 1 m„and ^swsc "lefts daily for New Milford at 180a.m. jn ...

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

Hands-full, Hand-fulls, or Hands?—Editors Democrat : About the correctness of the two compound words above given, teachers md scho'lars appear to differ. I'would be in iavor of the obsolescence of both expressions and of adopting instead the word "hands.1* We Bay. "bushels of grain, pecks of feed, quarts oi oats, gallons of molasses; barrels of flour, (the quantity may be deajt out in sacks,) pints of milk, buckets of wateV.Jetc." Then why not lay "hands of berries, hands oi eandy, hands ot nuts, hands of raisins, hands of crackers, etc ?" Also, "spoons of sugar, (spoons, ot flour, spooas of salVlarge spoons of mjUk, small spoons of medicine, arms of wood,, thimbles of seed, dippers of water, cups of tea, etc ?" The principle idea is the quantity, and" not the measure by which the quantity is determined. •-; You say, "John, please draw three bueketsfuli of water and put it into this tub' ;'* John may reply : "There is but one bucket in the well, where shall I find the other two?" ...

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

" ^ ^ Death to Carpet Bugs.—M. A. Lyon, the Druggist has it for 25 Cents a package, ^ Montrose, May 10,1876. 19 w4 .For Sale,a first-class new open buggybroad cloth trimmings—cheap for cash. ' : E.T.PURDY. Montrose, May 10,1876. 19w3 Ladies, do you want a nice Alpaca Dress, black or colored.if so go to Cheap John's.where you will get 16 yards of the same for $4 00 ind all the trimmings thrown ia free. Come early> Come at once. ' ; '¦¦ Montrose, May 10,1876. *' > Ladies see this, you dan get 9 yards of the best Lonsdale yard wide • sheeting for $1 00 at Cheap John's : also, 16 yards of the best (any in the store) Calicoes for $t 00. Montrose, May 10,1876. KEMBirBER that the Fourth of July ia coming and also, that at M. A. Lyon's Drug Store can be found a large stock of Jewett's Pure White Lead, Hall.Bradluy & Co.'s White Lead, Pure White Zinc, Mixed Chemicals and Colored Paints, Paint Brushes, Varnishes. Japan Dryers, and everything in. the line of Drugs...

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

QfjODS! |GOODS ^ ! ' " . "' .1 : ' '¦ I1.--1 ¦ ~\kricxi* H«<y<3.eix Has just received an ENTIRE NEW STObK OF MENS', BOYS? AND' YOUTHS' ! CLOTHING, \ .; . ' \y. j At prices to suit the hard times, MENS' SUITS, S6';T0S25 BOTS'&YOUTHS' S5T0S1U : f . ! .. ' ' -; Also a flue Hue ot DRY GDODd, ¦k^ !hats& caps BOOTS A^P SHOES, YANKEE ' JNOTIOJNS, FANtJY GOODS, • • -1. Cheap forcafh. j No charges for showing our goods* WM. HAYDEN. New W«lford. May 3d. 1878.-tf. AT ' ,|,. ' .I;./. . • ¦'.:.-, .'; 1- - : |V' II. & W. T. DICKEKWAK'S ¦ i -'"''¦ -'('¦ : iV- j' ' '.j-'" } ¦ ¦ ¦¦ "". ¦• '!..' I i'v 'I . ""¦¦¦ ' MM1TUEE E00MS !' i : - ' !:¦ - . ¦ ¦ '¦¦ ¦• . '--.J .: . -I"'' .-'J- - ¦ ' j New nirford, Pa., j : Can be! found the largest and bent a«- : i : Bortment of Fnrnltare conaistlns of : 1' : [_ j • - ! : PAKLOE, CHAMBBB, DININO I ROOM, AND! HALL : ' * i : FURNITURE, ! , • : - '; -• . * : .. ; : to be fonnd In the fJounty, all new : : : and of the late...

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

TREASURER'S SALE OF UNSEATed Lands In Snvqnebanna Conntr. Notice la hereby given that, agreeably to the Act ot the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, directing the mode of aellint; unseated lands, the lands of which the warrantees or owners or the numbers given below will be sold at public vendue; at the Court house in Montrose, on Monday, t*e 12th of June, A, D. 1876, for arrearages i due and the cost accrued on each tract respectfully, unless the same be paid before the day of sale—sale, to commence at ten o'clock a.m. ¦ ' ¦ Acees. | WarratUett. \h Owners Names. \ Taxtt. ABABAT .TWr. - '. 'i . 156^ Jonathan Ser- lira Nichols 48060 grant, Jr., pt. j "i 1 .-156# Jonathan Ser- ' i- " ?*..]". 3080 Wjeant,ir., pt. ' ( . m Forbes " lj" ¦ 53S0 801 Jonathan Ser- 1 ; •« | " 5«80 geantjrpt f \. • ]'¦¦¦ 51 Leonard Stone* 1 i,,j | ". - '..'» 880 burner I i . 114 Robert Wilson Morse Nichols ( 19 80 ¦ audAlden J 230 William Semplept do j do 4048 190 Christopher Irwin do i...

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

Oonnty Business Directory. in-. . . ¦¦ — . . I...IMI i. iii^ .-i-ii.»..— i« .in. mi, ,, ,mwt Two lines In this Directory, one year, *1.50; each additional line, 50 cents. MONTROSE. WM. HA GHWODT.Stater. Wholesale andHeUlt dealer In all kinds of slato roofing, slate paint, etc:, Roofs repaired with slate paint.to order. Also, slate paint for sale by the gallon oi barrel. Montrose. BILLINGS 8XROUD, General, Fire and Life insurance Agents, alio, sell Railroad and Accidental Tickets to New York and Philadelphia. Office one . door east of Wm. H Cooper x Go's bank. -•'¦% - WM. H. BOYD A CO, Dealers''In Stoves, hardware, and Manuf ctnrera of Tin and Sheet-Lion ware, tor ner of Main and Turnpike.street/ ': A. N. Ballard, Dealer In Groceries, Provisions, Book*. Stationery and Vankee Notions; at the head of Pnb-, lie Avenue. ; \; ' . WH. H. COOPER & CO., Bankers! Sell Foreign Passage Tickeu and Drafts on England, Ireland, and Scotland. WM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer in all art...

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

_ ¦' "^^a»s—aia«i——M^___. 1..^2 . .' ' '"- f i_ BnataessXocals, '( Old Newspapers lor salt* at this Office at tea ^ta per dozen. th? «*"iT s SHOOJL ^STiTOTE'--The friends of ge bunday Scliool cause are invited to nieetat inS iSie,'°5T .ae8day*n^Wqdne8day^(ay 16, enrpri J Eniment iostifttctorfl aave been $<.-^i!^f^^^^^-^ ¦ :-----'^ ¦'•'.•i-'i^fi.:1 ....'" -':;¦., '. y.y.f^:->.}fi:cs. .iui».'

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

\t\% that it mightbe accepted in her fath-i t-t'a stead. - -. ' I.".- " '-¦:¦':- I When the prison fever broke out}she seized theopportunity for that sight of her Father which she craved. v ; ; In; die years a^r the knowledge of hrf parentage came to i her, her? uncle talked with her otien abpiit her falher, imparting to her hia own firm conviction that the murderous blowj giv:ety in the heat of passion, had been'deeply repent eduf. .., ¦ ;'..•'¦'.;¦- ¦' ;',¦'.,' ;. i"' "'¦ ':¦ --"'¦ '- . Disciplined both" mentally and phyeieajl^by htt; hospital experience, it, was vet with a tremulous heart juid white lace/ that Francis followed the doctor to the prison, to cell 43, where Jarvis Hunt lay in thcleYer grip, moaning deliriously ' "'tft is impossible for.me: to admit you 'to-care, for your father uiiIpss yon are regularly enrolled as a nurse," the doctor had tv»kl Francis ; "but you will have no other patient while he lives." "Is he dangerously ill ?" "Heia." - : 'i - • ¦' - a So p...

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

| E &*w m& ptt^0 Seasonable Hints lor the Furin. ' Tiip.dressing ac this season, with anythinorbnt the vtry finest and best manure except oil sod tor corn 4s a waste of time and labor. The effect, comes too late, to benefit the. crop. Some active, commercial fertilizer should be used in stead. For grass or wheat one hundred and fifty pounds of .nitrate of soda,, or the same of guano, per acre*,.'would b.' a good dressing. In using.- commercial fertilizers, it is to make experiments as to quantities and varieties for different soils and crops. \ ! For the cornrcrop we have found the sooner the- planting, is done after -the plowing, and while the soil is moist and tresh, the better. A top dressing of coarse manure upon the sod would be an excellent preparation for this crop, i Many Western farmers- have made flax a profitable cro'p, the seed being in demand at the oil'mills- at good prices. It is a useful crop to mellow and clean the soil, and may precede fall wh...

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

Ill-Treatment of Cattle I have noticed a great difference between, the treatment that farmers give their cattle when they go in at an open door upon the barn-floor, where they are not wanted. It is natural for animals to be looking out for something good to eat, and jve cannot expect them to show more judgment than we do, au<f not go in at an open door, when we have hot order enough to shut it.. One man. will take a pitchfork, perhaps, and run for the ^ anihial with a yell, frighten it badly/and slrikvit with the fork or a club, perhaps cause it to slip on the ice at th»* d\>orR lame or seriously injure it. The farmer in this caseis not only injuring his own property but, is cultivating a bad temper, whicfTis worse than the injury to the animal. I have seen others, in such a case. treat the apimal kindly, call it ont_wlth a gentle voice, and, having nothing to fear, it obeys without expecting a pounding. Our domestic animals aregiveiitb us for.our good.apd we s...

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

•" i: ••- !: ' yy : •¦¦ -V-. -•- ¦ "¦" Business Cards. Dfe ELliEN E. MITCHELL, P^Y-! sicikn and Surgeon, graduate of the AVoman b Medical College ql tho N. S". Infirmary, then resident -physician jfor a year in tUe Woman's Hospital in N. Yj.: after fijiur yearb' prarUce in Fou do. Lac. Wiscon»in, has loc&Uia iu Montrose.- Special attention giveii to diseases of women! and children. Offlccat ihe foot of Malju Street, in the old l)»vld FoBt.homcetead. ; . A . ' - ¦ Mdntrose, Dec. 15,1875.—3m*n50 j u_ _-.;,.¦ - -—: . : _. HD. BALDWINJ M. D., HOMCE , • pathic Physician und Surgeon, has located UunBtlf at Mon>ro«c, where h<e will attend promptly to allprofcMiopal buBhie«» cntrnsted- to nis - care.-{^^Crncp in Carmali's building, second floor, front. Boar«l««tMr.;E. BaldwinV. J Montrone, Pa., March 10,1875. DR. Wi W. SMITH, DENTIST — Rooms at his dwelling, next 'door north of Dr. Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where no would bo happy to see allthoae in want of ...

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

. ,\:: ¦-,Easiness Cards. y.y I ,?&POTTER, 0ENTIST, WISHED JLj* to inform the people! of Montrose and Vlclnityj that he Is permanently located, in the second 6t«)ry olE, P. Stamp's new building; opposite Cooper's Bank. All kinds of Dental Work done in Hie bestmanher. N.B.—Nitrous Oxide, LaughingGass, given for the painless extraction of teeth. Montrose, April 5th, 1876^-e-tf \}"BAC^Nr^^^HER ft -J* . furnish the citizen's of Montrose and Vicinity, witli first-class Bread, Bueeoit,< Rolls Pies, Cakes and CookleF, Tarts, &c, &c., &c Partlet* and weddings supplied, and quality guaranteed.- ^"Dining Rooms np stairs,: where Geo. Callie \vill be fou no ready to satisfy the cravings of the inner man. r . 31onfro.»e, May 3d. 18715. j ' i , E. BACON. MrATcROSSMONTATTORNEY at Law. Office -over the First Nation Bank, Montrose, Pa. J W. A.CBOssMftH.al Mbntrbse, April 19; 187K-—tf. O PILf MAN ^ 00., FIRST NA-^• tioual Bank Buildihg,\ Montrope, Pa.. Dealers...

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

WHY FLOWERS BLOOM IN WINTEEl -...' .:- ___o—- Are you aware that yon can obtain Summer heat in January t That yoa can Impart balmy air to you families J.that y»a can: give spontaneous growthte plants and Flowers, and that yon can make home i little paradise by purchasing one of B. C. Sayre's not-Air Furnaces f. These Furnacee are now Cfin»trncf«ii with VAPOR PAN by which the atmosphere is tern pered to that resembling Bummer heat. NG MORE CRACKING OF FURKI TUBE—NO MO^E DRY HUSKY HEAT. HOT-AIR And the time has come when consumptives may rejoice In coul fires. These furnaces are sold entirely «p on theit pwn merits, acd are now the leading FurutiN In this part of rhe country- All Furnaces are wsrwntea to give entire satisfaction or no sale. ^ tT SL PO- 4L Cp 3E3 s, ¦" . ¦'¦ j '. ' .. • I-keep competent men on the road who are well acquainted'with the Furiiace business and they art constantly putting up these furnaces. Their work in warranted to please. These Furnaces are now scatt...

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