ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Democrat Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,028 items from Democrat, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,028 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

How to at a Collar to a Horse. - n - ¦'¦¦ - ¦•••-' -. ;. ;¦;--.. The plan adopted in ithe West, which we are assured by men Who have been long in the collar business does not injure the oollar iii the least, is to dip it into water ujftil the leather is thoroughly wet, then put it on the horse, securing the hames firmly, keeping it there until ft becomes dry. It is all the better if heavy loads are to be drawn, as that causes the collar to be more evenly fitted to the neck and shoulders. If posHibly,the collar should be] kept on from four t<» five hours, when it will be perfectly dry, and retain the same shape forever after; and as it is exactly fitted to the form of the neck^ will not produce chafesor sor«:s on the horse's neck. '"> .-•¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

-1- Making Willffletreei. IA< In making whiffletrees, they will be stroh|er if the front side of the whiffle, trees is nearest the heflrt]- timber and the back side toward the bark; they will retain their shape longer if the,timber.be split in this direction, across the grain of the wood, '¦:¦ • ¦ ¦ ?/.:, ¦ ¦¦ --¦ j'' i* Mm miu,. ¦,„,!.g-,...,,:... Why is a pig the most provident of animals ? ;B^c%ose he al ways! Cftrries a spare-r|bbr twpa^ut himlkk] i k -"]"¦¦,; '.,..:.':«»:<¦»,»>;' ''-.] A'A'A.y.,, Back biters—fleas. '

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

/ Business Cards. pORBETTSVlLLE HOTEKr This \J Hotel is finely eltuated on the River, Road; leading from *Jinguamton to Montrose to ConklIn Station on the D. L. & W. B. R Partita rtopplng at thle station wjll find « convenient to c all on me, as I have proper convontences to carry parties to any place they wish to reach. I have been refitting my houee and bam, making them more convenient to en tertainthe public Thankful (or past patronage oi my old friends, I ehall be happy to nreet; them and toe public generally when In tnlevlcinft*. f k D.J. MURPHY Proirleter norhfitUvJllfi. Ancnst SI. 1S75.—tf. DB. ELLEN E. MITCHELlv, PHYslcian and Surgeon, graduate of the Woman's Medical Collesso ot the N. Y. Infirmary, then reBidcut physician fur a year in the Woman'* Uoapttal in N. Y.: after four yean>* practice Jn Fon du Lac, Wiacbnein, has located in Montrose. Special attention given to'dUeasee of women and children. Office at the foot of Main Street, in-the old David; Pos...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

/ k Basking^ &c»{k - ; B^NB^NG HOIISEik intj^iiiftB^fife •¦"/. ' I MONTRosti, -.' PaJ' .':', '-1' ^ ¦' ," ';.''' ". ' k- .' .'- '.- k '"•'('"' k ¦ ' GENElialr BANKING BUSINESS DONE. v ' •*!/' i ;:-. ; ^' :v/*^k. ^ COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR AS HERETOFORE; DOMESTIC AND ~ FOREIGN EX-(OIJ^ ANGiEFOIiSALEt ] UNITED STATES^OTHER BONDS •j BOUGHT AND SOLD, j COUPONS ANI) CITY AND COUNT'Y. BANK CHECKS CASHED AS - .;. y-),,y\.pm&LA.:[y[:yjy.y OCEAN STE AmIr^AS&AGE Ticfc ets to Aim fro& EtifiOPE.;...' ; INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPE&AL TIME DEPOSITS, AS PER AGREEMENT WHEN THE DEPOS-- y ¦/ .^lT-IS:>MADE.-:k ...-I ..." In the future, as ia the past, we shall endeavor to jtrttfisact all] money business to the'satisfactioh of our patrons and correspondents. ,L WJM. H. COOPEK & CO., Montrose, March 10 .'75.-tf. . Bankers. Authorized Capital, - $500,00000 Present Capital, - - 100,000 00 Mi lill BAI, | MC>NtROS...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Miscellaneons. PLANING ]MILL ..-'-.]-j.' AasD 'iA-y\ lumber Vard < In order to better accommodate, the community, the undersigned hap established a depot for the vale of Lumber Mannfored at bit ucwly-erected building on the Old Keelcr t annery Site, in the ¦ HBABT OFTOWN .'" l ~ where will be kept constantly on hand. A full atock of WHlfiSiAND^ YFXtOW PINE, BEMLbck, OAK, ASH, MAPLE. AND BLACK walnut lumber, ? ¦- '*-¦- ^ . .... ^ , - - - , , wblch.wlth the aid of thomo»t Improved machiuey And competent workmen. 18 prepared to work Into any Vhape to meet the wants of Cu*tomer«. . k? W^L4i%^^P IjUMBKR, INCLrIDlNa SroERQ, FLOORING, CElLINa, SftlNQLK AND LATtt CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Planing, Matching, Moulding*; and Scroll Sawing cone to order. ». . * fi)K:'i:(Uo';v||l-W MAlSIUrACTORY, la connection witn the above establishment, under the managemi'ntor Mr. E. H. Rogers. Bramlne our work before leaving your orders elsewhere. Reual ring done promptly. • '¦ " ] A. LATIIBOP. MontroBO, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

HOW SHE FOUND1 HIM but BTJJUTH BANSOM. , ,! • . ¦ ..-. „^_''i/.- ; -¦: . ¦ ,';/ ¦ ¦ ' "TVTOT, engagedto Clarence Wyatt ?—•11 Oh, Gertrude!" , v . ; * "It's brbke^; off long ago, my, dear,^ said Gertrude, Effingham, serenely ^fanning htrself with a ^reat India fan/ mounted on mother-oifpearl sticks,-and fain tly odorous of teak add sandel .wood. "Haven't y<>u heard ? jSit down, then.—-. I'll ring for lunch, audi While we are drinking chocolate, III tell you all about it."' " :'': ''. ;. Gertrude was an heiress in her own right—a pludip, rosy-faced gfrl of twenty-five, who had always surrounded herself with -luxuries;-and walked through, life like a beneficieni fairy, dispensing smiles and kindness as she/ w*nf.,', But Gerirude was like the rest of the world ; she had her peculiarities, and one of those peculiarities was £? strong inclination for Ikying her own, way. N "He didn't like my joining- that Woman's Rights Club," sifio Gerty, pouring out a cup of frothi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

Maggie's Lover. ^-~-» . . ¦ ... .! BY HEKO STRONG."... ,".\ ' TOHN put back! the golden hair from J> her forehead, and kissed her tenderly. "Qood-bye,,- little j hea? t's , case.| . In December I shall return, and th^n you are to"be.my Own;"'- !: ' '¦ _ '- r i! '' |;'-: ,;" ;' ' There was ho r^ply ; and though Maggie Wilmer did not lift her, head from her lover's shoulder, so that he ijould look into her eyes, he) felt, the half indifference, with which she met his tenderness. "Are you not ?" j he asked, jwith all a man's selfishnesej tp enjoy his sweet dream to the full perfection. | "I suppose .so"—a little pettishly.— "Don't tease me| John. Theie, I mnst say giind bye, now ; I jiear Au,lt -^-nn caliiiiw nie.'.' I ! < Sue put up her I rosy lips and met the kisses he yave jier very much as if she felt it a duty slieowedhim ; tfyen, breaking away from thejarms that fain Would hold her a lrttb linger, she hurried up the path to the house. . ; John Martin's face ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

OMI^;A'P»INiPEH. >;/;|j . »'< ', ' '(:-{£ ••Only a printer I" a fair maid said, | As she haughtily tossed her golden head, j "Only a printer ! and poor as a mouse ! That»lived for years in a meeting house I't ' Only a printer! and when he sought < The band, that richea might have bought. ;' A cold quldc;uNo !" was her scornful replWWith an added smile as she marked the sigh With wliieli, lamenting;, he turned away.;: "He'lVdq to flirt With, bnt tell me, pray, ,r II you think I'd marry a wbrkrogiinanl f ; It I want to marry a Count I, cun." i v6nilyJfti>r|nte^'nvBut after!days , ,, '' See men Walking in nJeviojis ways '. | i From those they have traveled in days of old And holding posts that they had hot held. "Only u priutgr f'.The years sped past, \ And hono1^cameWthe^yp6^H8C>A^ * Ii "Only a printer" at last nad cpme Into" the heirship, of quite, a sum ; And following tbe bent of a printer's mind—. For true/it is they are allipchued, No od...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

Comparative.; He was "to full: for utterance^Vbut oo- .• casioually he would mutter something t to himself,^when, the Squire, ,wbuK. ^*' quest him tor keep, qu^et; but. no sooner would hb get 'tbttQQgh making his re*1 quests than Isaac would begin his mum-; bling. Finally the Squire got on his dig-: \ httyand put the following ^ to,Isaac, I hay^ requested you to keep quiet several p times, and if ybu open your head again l1 will fine you $5 for contempt of court and i s ndyou to jail for drunkenness*" .) 1 This pu^ Isaac.-'oufc ol time and arose, from his seat walked to the door stopped r and retorted in the following energetic wav:" ; . i ."Squife if they would fitall-feed yo» for forty years you wouldn't make half ei good a man as ypqr father; I knew 1) i. r. and he was the darnedest meanest ;'•¦¦. I everdid know." It does not follow that two jXT&ons *» U to mwry because both iff gwLrr Milk is good and mustard is , eod bw they are not good for each oil' .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

-Gild, closed in New York, on Monday aN;iftX.:!'- 'i:-:; . *>^'^y'::'_ :..¦;'y:\ - ^When this; cruel; wat; is oyey,^ what ^wtfrpoortyaine^ ' ^1 ' 1" Ifrbbaoty^^^ officials a»id;leadera were youYictea^t. There a^e tep war vessels c*rryin&199, gobstiow at the Brooklyn^ navy yard-and all of then* in a condition for immediate service.- ¦". ¦ '¦ ':-- ¦ ¦¦--'¦ • If Minister SchenkWary is reduced he can fall hack upon draw poker for a hvlihood, but what wiU tjie other chaps do-?-'-, i '¦ ¦ ' " ••¦¦ •'' ffhe revenue collected on gypsum last year was $7,000, and it cost $200,000 ^ to collect it. At this rate how long will it take tb redeem specie payments ? Hon. Heister blymerl 6f this, ^tate, bae been chosen Ohairmalh of the\ democrat National Campaign Committee, with headquarters at Washington. The Democratic National| Cclmmittee will meet in Washington on the 22a day oCFebruarv to fix the time and place of holding the nest National Convention. *From R^me conies .the int...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

' ; r—: —~ ^~r.-- •• -Y • i.-: • i?^f Che lEMpcRAT:1 ^*^ \S . j \ ".; . AT MONTBOSE, BUSQ'A CO , PA., BY ia:A.-wx-E-sr As;<p»trs^i»i EDITOlt* & PROPRIETORS, ^^ \; ' At two DoUarB pet Year in AdvanoJl. , TO ADVERTISERS :-T«k DKMoaur asan,*toeft ^¦^s^^^ ^^^^i^- re^ej^he ranner,-MuaMic. «ux^u ite-advertlrfeg ^^B»%ror m ituuTwuTrccelye prompt atunuon. . 'fkr ^^i.'"! - -'¦:¦¦ i,.i>-**m

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

^^^¦aaMMMiMMM^BSXS^-r : ' THE GOUNm!t>£M^l . vThe; comraissiohers*; hoar^, we?J finder-^taiidi;injtei)d tb:p^ btt b|f ^jaiWpdfi, by usiiig the; taxes fbrtba^po^^yVbether the p^rc^tag^ofJtaajafciofrS^ *9 he inc^ed^bf th^fiye^m,H ^y^ tovbe I used for its legitimate purpose bnly^we are not informed; but w^'a^ffe with them in" Hie'idea ;that the sooner we pay -thedebti |he bettejf, !.Wo ar|^essif4^ ^now;totake ^ings ^ thejK are^jand^ ngt, ras"tbey might have 'been. - It ceritainl^is better lor the peopl* to pa| :the ^nbcipaV the eoti at once, than to allow, t tl ^apcu ^ muUte aftf.' or;^;iper>;;cen|,:^tpre8t^; That which is¦rbinonsi to an: iiidividual, isiequaliy so to the taxpayers of thewtfn^j ty. The1 DEMbCRix catr 6l^h1 wfe_ $&' it bf probing'the WOunct. 'l^^maMesjiave, received; from- the ' ¦ ,WnnderhussI, of • tbewr, officialjservantsJ and: of discovering :thej hidden,h4feL xMk lM .$$M^«?^ surgeons are preparing ;^ov extraot, :nott withptanding the-:s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

*15%rt^mei,tj. jtwJBglaSLl.-p eal e;^a^ f^^41# ^ iThe8ubscril)«,wil} sell tie followingValuabtoKsat estate,' .i,;r;a;.f,;i:!..u. .- ! !,.!•-*•>; ;.:n.:-.-... » ¦'•^.-¦'- ¦ £t a/tfeflr IipwFjgujce, , !;!, IhthetowMWiKof Bildgewater. 2* mhcs WmMontr TlSO^S D ^i^^V5oUowVoftwn .«^Slffiarate^ , ALSO^bPW*^ '^ ^^ew MOIonlbpro,;,;.-. y ' ".J;..;.'.'•../.M.:.«rBRM3iMADB!KA8T..r rl r Jr \ Porpartleoter».aad^«ftIthe:;»Bb»6ribflr ttWmWH, or call at fi ^^ e^nco^, ?rWS^tjr.^^Q^VlT^ ' : BridgBwatar,^afif^6th, ^'M.!Tap.;. •; :;.;; . ;. v : j " ' . « H >'A Complete PlctorJaLnutory:£f^^ best, cheapest, ^riotMt^tbl Vtiapj J*P^f;^,^.'.. - ''}.!.- , i'..>&'i,.'i. -A t'.-i-v.ii ¦,-,::.:V-:-:: -'.' '! <--*iH, '¦ >; . "" ' '• J ' " ¦ ¦ , ¦ • ¦ . ¦ ' ¦ ,H- • Harpers Weekly. ILLUSTRATED.1 ' • - • _ . • „t . -. i..'..,. ¦ :.' """ . '' ' -;; :'::'Vv/ .-s -;; r; : v '' :'i ' ¦¦ '-•;.. NotUetofth* Prtu. ]. ' / \'\ ¦ ' -' TTaraerU Wedly Is the ablest and ttc^ powerft...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

A Sliver Quarter with a History- '/.-Fifteen^ years ago Mr. -Louis German [lQJ^ffcsUvi?r twedtj' -fivw^ntjpie^npqln one side of which He had engraved bis name and place of business. The piece was bright and new when he engraved it and.wore it asra charm to his watch chaSo.»As'thetriiJlcetwas'of small value it wis of, course^ iorgotteo sdon|itftei Us' loss, and, after a year or two, Mr. German never expected to see it again, j A few days ngo an Indiana farmer drove into New Albany to purchase goods arid in the monev'paid for them was., the identical piece of coin bearing.Mr. German's name. The gentleman (a New Albany merchant) who received the money camel over to Louisville yesterday and returned it to the owner. The piece bore upon its sur* face the .appeareijee of having been in constant use; . As there, has been no specie circulation dHring the last fifteen years, the finder of the quarter j adopted it as an -ornament for his; jfuam or ciiain.--ii0tttsyi7fo Journal.;• ! • <...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

Jolly Under Creditable Ctr&lt;camstan-.':ces." ¦'• ••¦¦¦¦ — "/ /':^i{ Vt. .&amp;a|LyKA^rLTfiS^^;,fe^Vt We call attention to the following rjj^y article on "damnation,",, which^nvtlbese days of "revivalism^ rafey ritot^B#^misV to publish. ' ' ;.„.,; It is difficult to say from .what depth of shadow an; iin|enlo|i| mrfcti n|ay not be able to extract'Bntfshine;' but*a fat£ religious writer seems to have overcome as many difficulties in ..thie,.direction as is reasonable* to"ask of finite*human nature. He finds in the present altitude of ihe.tTu'verfcaiists a ;more, hopefuVaspect than in life past; *The'&amp;ib!ef Ve eays^'isjulmitteoV to teach {the doctrine of the existence of hell ^ nnd Ifuture p,ttriisbments. Tfcu^Step is Shortens from the eternity of those punishments, as the scriptures teacjv than \ from tlie former position, and so thore hopeful."(ii4nd when our Universalist brethren not only have their bell well established and under full ht*adt fay,; ;but sec...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

' '* A Lady Hugged bjaCcar. • 1 'j- . j--&gt; '''' 1' i jj.v..1 ^" '*¦ J CS 11*.- &gt;--*-. -n.-.-t' -¦* ? * *¦•»•- i'he Liverpool Post says that compensat on lor being. hugged;; by ailpola'r bear in Dime Street Station was claimed at the Court of.passage on Jan. 6 from the Lo vdon andNortbwejterri Sa;lw^y Company The victim of "the alarming embrace was a Mrs. • Montgomery, who was wa ting for a train with her husband 'aild brcthf-r. The benr was, confined; jii a barrel which was placed oh a hand truck; aiulJt%as: alleged that' Mrs.^Montgomery, tincon«ciou5 of:the proximity of th&amp; Ibetrrionnd herself in the grasp of its paws» and squeezed so severely that her breath, was quite tiikeu away,: iAetspon as Meh eouM ;^reaniv theH unponf^table pligb^ she was in wW disebveredf and she w^jresctte'di^ithiciiit' s)i^iing.; froMbroke#fces^ '^Wilfe ^MMa%-MiQ%nMeVn6t ~^ %ffi$fflffll£M&amp;M i gestefl that the conduct of the bear might . .' '. .'. be referable to an as...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

fTharlcs O^Conor. Inquiry in regard to- the illness'of Charles O'Conor was to-day made at&lt;his house, at JFbrt Washington, by a reporter Of tWEvening Post. , A great change; for the better^as aunonnced,Mr. O'Conor^ himself sending word that he considered alt.dunger past and ;that ^.he &gt;fas improv-4ng rapidly; J ^EVohi l^/son-iwlaw^Mr. MctMcken tlie' ibilowing' particulars were learned : Mr. O'Conor has been slowly bul; perbep^bl^gaiijfty?-for I at least a f^rt'riijglit. Fdrfajohtt€^.flay^J^^h4s.neeiiiUtt%;Up most of each day, and occasionally he has le^hiS'Ohamber ^though he has not yetdescended to the first floor. He rises ak*bQUt&amp;o^pl^a. imJimml remalhSiiip, wearing..a *ri»S3iiag-go»n anil slippers, until about 10 o'clock at night, save that he usually takes a nap in the course of the o^ay. Be,.^k^s V'a5?^ asfc °^ tea and to&amp;sl and'at"%. o'clock"*p. rn., eats a dinner ofi mutton chops^ rice andvginger ale. " These sue ^iis only meals, but his a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

Tolcgrapliic-BreTltteS. The bill to repeal the Greiy Njunns act has passed the New York Assemjbly. v • The Ohio Republican State Convention; will meet in Cohimbnson March 29. The scats shops of E,' &amp; P. Fltirbanks, St. Johnsbury, Vt.y: were destroyed by fire' last vyfeek."; ; 'J''.., -. ¦ ..;I'.'-V '" Captain General' Jouvollar, on assuming bouithand in Cuba, has issued ai proclamation conciliatory but firm hi tone. ' Five dollars to swear in:Camden, S. 0. Swearing exciir»iohs to the country are; the naturar'result. ; ; Mr. Barricle, of ; Troy, N. Yi, who recently swallowed a solution of uickles, proposes to return to specie payments. The. inulerspintiers at Blackstone,; Ehode Island, where a, strike has stopped the mills, have agreed to return to work oU Monduv. j .- . .•• ¦-'..- ¦; • f-; Most of the female employees in the Goodyear iGIove Cbmpane's works, Naugatuck.^Conn., have resumed;work on their employer's terms. | ; In the Virginia Legislature!, the bill appropr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

giLijiNGs ;qtroud.-:;¦•- •'.: ¦[.=:.",.'GENERAL,/ , ' &lt;¦{ FIBK. LIFB AND ACCIDE1T . [NSilRANCE '..'iSBfe "! SdCoA^r.^oaie. X*a. ' -, S - '. ' -" ¦"•:. -'. ' -;s if ' '--•••r'v ' ' ,-; --. - ¦ —- '.•„•:.'-¦¦.''¦ "i-Uapltal Represented, $100,000,000! ; ; 5 _ I , , , ;" ,._,'-..., - " .ill, : !'¦¦'¦ ¦'¦\'l' :-* '-J •',.!••• ¦ -...;" ¦¦',.!; ,:.'.'.:. .¦: ''¦ }¦&amp; ' I . F1RE - ../'.}'''- rlre Association of Phil., Capital &amp; AweU, $ 3,W0,00C [nsnraoc?Co.jofN.A.,Phil., ^*- "^ 5,«XMlQ0 PennsylV;«ilaFir e^Phil.,, ". " ' 1,100,000 tnB.Co.&lt;rfp4.,Phila.,. «-&gt; r ,«»;. : 700,000 Lycoming of Manncy, Pa. " ,". 6,000,000 Uaucastar of Lancaster,' M '" ' " 400,000 Mewton Wf Newtoti, ° i . ,*? . IBO.000 aomefak.Co.,N.y., " ".:*«. 6,000,000 National; " ¦* " '« -'••• ' «0,o6o Dou.merilalFlroV ;. ¦ M ; ;; ,.• «f .s «0,000 tlartfordFircof HartfordCt. ", . ", 4,000,000 Atlas" 'V*4'- ' l-!&gt;-: '•¦• ^ "• •l^N* I 500,000 RoyalOa&gt;adJan,of Montr«aL,(]n)r;-». . ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

* ! T^TfiE PEOPLE OF SUSQUEHANNA CO. . ' ¦ "!' . ¦ " Lions AKfi GENTixiiEN:—The/ Question of WHO WILL BE '-¦ -':',"':¦' : Ui^wMmiSi ib not of.as mnch Importance to you as the fact that CHEAP jrtiHlV, of Montrose, 1b selling bis entire stock of goads coo' sisting InpartOf f - Mem' and Boys* Ready^Mado Clothing. « U ¦:¦;.¦ ;•; ¦ ?»¦, '.. _ fiOOtS C.tld, SkOeS. :« « u . ,- w:flatgmdCaps. 2pB,3T CSrpOODS, ¦'y.v*' NOTIONS AND HOSIERY, UN&amp;EBiWEABLADIBS' iCLOAXS.PBLT eKIBTS,' TKUlMED-MATS «. AND BONNETS. SHAWLS, SHOES, ¦' • ¦¦¦ . WATER-PROOFS,TIES:BUF-: ; - &amp; FLES. &amp;c., etc.,,...&gt;. .,. At 10 per cent leas than fir* t cost, (the proof of the Pudding it the eating thereof,) • for- yo*T can- ftnd ont the truth of this by giving him a call at his etore in Posts Building. ¦ . ? Jh Onr reasons jor the above enormous reduction are jteveral, 1st, our large and well assorted stock wants ,educing. Second, we aremaking preparatiens to remote intoSeartea .:;";) :.:. . ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
x
Loading...
x
x