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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

'odtot^xhahp,,,,,,.;;, . ..', ,t ill ' >V|tl. ,' I-'i .. 1 J-.-.;.;: I f One by ofo onfebylo'iie, ,;1'i /\l'' ,,;.>,/,-In tbeJkJn^rg^ilght JJP tbe^pril sun/l OU \ While pnmrow ana/«gpw(dron> gem the ground £nd the birds are'toaHnfc and building around, While laughing voices and dancing feet, flitb:Wftkttniaglancjfcaridbuddihe hp-pe'," Beyond my reach and beyond my scope, They pass, while in fear and doubt I stand, Oat of mr hand, out of my hand. 7 ¦ N gabypleasureai^Jjabyisajce,;; , ., n/, Not one of then)lbM^ felne to share; > / Not a tear, but I driWit with a kiss;\ ' ' 'H Not s smiieilBut^.Joih^J in itaieager bliss> Now the yqnogikni^ht arms fiffUhe coming atrile, ,v ;;(*<>.;; ¦,"':¦ ,-,.• The sweet girf fatfcie* start to life;' , They nestle, the maiden shyness beneath, , As the bright buds bldelnttteir silken sheath, By spring dews nourished spring breeze fanned Oat of my hand, out of #y;;nand.^'^'^ ™ ¦ ¦¦• ¦ ¦ ¦> ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

WHO 8HEJMTH MAN'S BLOOD." BY JANE G. AUSTIN. \'"\' ' "WELL, 1 shoutet'marry her, that's If all r said Rufus Baitry, rising ! rotn!>he log-where &e*nd hfe' brother, Mairael,-had 'seated; thfcmseiVea to rest afc tec cutting up the deer they had b>eb hnnting all Jtheioreoooih' ''NblVif J i.eyer epoke to.a woman again wauld1 I call Mvm Marin sell my wife fV i1 "And why not,I should like, to" know?* r- plied the elder brother, eagerly h*%ez cause a girl ishandsoaier andLsmartei and sharper toneued than all her, mates put together, and so sets thornto gbasiping and trying to run her down, are men like you and, me to join in' and help atongs_the:'•¦#$£#&•«. and backbiting, that's most broke her heart already ?" ' "Broke her heart!, Broke MyraMaun-8"1P« heart V echoed Rbfns, With a loudi langh. <<Why do^t you talk about breaking the heart of, my slut, Sue.there. She's the most respectable female of the two, I believe upon my soul!" And n...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

fTHE HEMOORAfii i ¦ - \-A , 'X'.';^ Pobmshid Bvanr Widxssbay Monmao,; " AT MONTBOSE, BCBij'A Co., Pa., BT ¦ \.^ xzawx-h-st <se dstxr-ssl^ editors ft proprietors, ;^|K.^ At two Dollars per Year ia Advance. :> TO ADVERTISERS 1—Thb Dkhociut m an advertising medium is unsurpassed la tbU section. It teachee the Fanner, Mechanic, and business inan. Iu citeulatlon is constantly inert asing. and. Its advertising rates reasonable. Rate* will be given at our Office or byma(L 5.-; .{' -i t- ' " *' f'-'.¦'•• -" jjfa^RINyraG^40orio1ia^ si« supplied with four printing prease*,togeth«r with >» large variety of type. bordatCiaacy lnka>^te>,with whichw«a» prepared' to do work In* the but ityle and at prices lower than any competitors in any section. HampWaehown and sstlinate* cheer fall* given at onr office. Wotic ordered by mail wil}recBlvo^nwjp^OMfnitons, •;•, •B»TBiiKAVtoKT^-->'¦• t'""i! W. -0.' CKU8BB.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

TBtJPlsAI'h ff. &FtiAZlER^JE&Ql. ^he'suddehesi ^f the; auhouncemei^ of^^atW oi^jaf 'k:'irazier d|sgi our la$fe,j poi«mnprary' of the - Independent Republican, and?the brief! tiro* and space in which w^hadtoiallodetbit last week; makes it fit tmit we siiouli make a mor?, eitei ^ ded allusion ft th w, time, t. Qur: pej: Bona) knowledge of him only-dates ibackj some seven yeara, or during the time we have been ^ohjauiltng'} thb; Democrat, hel^cewe <»n'Hut{ 8peaikr tts by thosa whose information we have,obtained, upon *h»s sa&vity and former career. .. He was a sod of Stenheji Frailer how residing in orir trough , born in Capton, Oonn., De|^|9^822, but while a.y9uth, his papenU.located on 'a farm! in, ,ll|o township of Harmony, this cmintw He sob-•eqttehtltf read lit* with Hon. B. 8. Benrtey and was admitted to the bar of thU county in August Term, 1848, but did not pursue this profession but & short time, as he | became .successor to Joftt...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

the mmsuROms ijm$k&st. ^ minteres^hg decisjorrof supreme court is ahnouhced conct-rning uswrioua interest, Thje- Miners' bank of Pottsvillu having loaned certain sums of money to a business tirm charging more than the legal rate of interest, upon the failure of ttfe i firnt'jobtatned judgment for its loan anij fntelrest at the' rate stipulated. Th« progeny! of Une- ¦¦'firm.? waa; *»id subject to. the ; li^n^pf the judgment obtained by the-batiki ! The purchaser resisted the"'iiavmentof the bank'i cla'm^Thfull alleging thatjOnly legal interest could be recovered, ansl the: common please cr^rt of Schuylkill county- decided that the usurious interest'must he detlnctrdfrbih the anibuht M 'the ju'gment.' The'.'.aupreme court Jreverses this decision ;pn th0 around that iiioithird party c^n succeed to the rieht» !of the debtor :i6f take' nUvantage o| tne remedies open tb:liin|,ih resistipjg the baymept of;an ,ill^l *ate M interest.a Ti|e co^rtsayslnpon this point:: "The act...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

WHY BtiOTH KILLED MR. LI& ' -, ..."..". \ , GOLN. ^ ¦ "|; The statement in romeroy s Democra, } thi»t the reason why John-Wilkes Booth killed President Lincoln was because the latter refulsed'to pardon Oatpain Beall, Ja very dear friend of Booth's: and that in relation to5 this subject Booth visited the president in conipany with John P Hale, Washington McLean, John, W. Forney, anil Wm. JH. Seward although denied liy Mr. Forney, is nevertheless insisted upon by Mr; Pom.eroy as true, and in'.the ^Z?^;^ pctat of a late date, the following article, appears in relation ; thereto. It lis headed''Lincoln," and says : j [ The,statement embodying the particulars «>f thb death of Mr. Lincoln, as republished] on the 8th of A;ril,| 1876, in this paper, was first published by lis In NewYorfc, in Romeroy's Democrat^ wh|ii Messrs. Hale, Seward. Forney, and •Mc-Lean werjj ail alive. Mr. Hale, Mr. bejv ard and Mr. McL an wei'e all the time asked to contradict ' \l, but would ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

A DMINISTRAjTOR'S NCKTIOE.' In; A thaeat. of Jacob B. iYoungfc|»t« 'wTAnbora" tovrnabip. Letters of AflmlniBtratton jnthb aaid eettU, baring been granted to the ond«rsignad.«ll pt^*o"" ow-< ing aaid asUte are requests to.niiw Immediate oaj-' ment, and all persona having claims against aaid estate are rjq. uea.ed to present themwjthontwlay. ^ Ji*•» ' QtfU wHIxB. April 19,18T.6-SW j -\ ¦ • ' y A*alfli»trator.; jg OOTS AND pOES IN JACKSON.; It is a conceded facCand must be kept before the people, that 33C. 3MC. OoiOtxl^m beau them all in the manufacture of the abova goods. ' . . Wnp la the man of such" renown, • »-{ • . .' r On^whom all other auoe-makera frown, :,':• ;. Because he keeps high prices ^own, 4 H.M. COMBS. :'--:V Pi 8; Repairing dote neatly:." "] Jackson, Pa., May ^4, l876yl. REPORT^-' !'¦' • ¦- ¦ ¦¦ : ¦.'¦ -''•'¦¦ •;: .-)' ; . :\ ' : , » • • . . ¦ ;- ' •'¦ " ' ; '¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ " OF THB CONDITION OF THK '! • < • First National Bank of MoDtrose, AT MONTROSE...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

I^^ , """ »-^it—— — ___ , __ ._" "^-^sj»m. _ llpN & mm, '.«. ' :• - ¦ ¦ v." '. "¦."•';{ 'Dealers in STO^ilS, TIN, COPPER & SHEE1 IRON WARES, HOUSE FURN- I ISHING GOODS, AND BUILD. ERS HARDWARE, &0. : ya 'S ¦ ~- }:\ . \ ^ ;\^/.-.-. u ..', . ; '«.- \ ¦¦¦' "J *.i*./ f. *' / I ¦ : •v- ¦ - , .c%:---r.- ¦^•^.•¦^y¦ . .t.'jgiiJ(^j|r|5|l.-.«wl?>^•• -,• . - BliANCHAxfty,!1 ii^LllT ' & CO SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WIN- ** DOWS, CORNICE MOULD-. ^r-'-::v-- ¦ INGSJ/&a,;;-:".V-!'; ! vrt le we will tell at Blanchard, Baxtlet ft Co's. pr'tej^ • . '~-*-.~. ¦ ' ' K ¦ /' i "'l . - .. > Y't'.f J-* i . .. - mmmm^m,! ."ft ' ^AILS,S0REWSjIiATCItE8,BUTari. \ SASH AND BL1N»-?ASXKNERS AND HINGED HOES, . FORK SHOVELS RAKES, WIRE GOOD3, &C. . ¦ • • ¦ *. Speciaf indueemenu .oft. Pans, PaUa, Coofer a&dafl : . Dalrytof Oootb. "", . , .• / , .;-. ¦;.« ;¦<¦:,..: v-i !';•> >!v-w- . ¦ : \ IRON^ CLaD, FIRST P^SMIUM. 1 MILK BANS,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

j Advertisements New This Week. Nj P; KfMBRB. Carriage Maker. Picture Pramer,and Undertaker, a few rods from Phi nney'a Hotel, near 1M.E. Church, j A DMINI'STRATOR'S NOTICE.-In MX- the estate of R<|nben Fuller, late of Franklin tqwnehip. Susquehanna] County, Pennsylvania, dee'd Lfcttew of Administration in the .arid estate having been granted to the undersigned' , p|l persons owing said estate are requested to make immediate payment, ond all persons having claims against euld estate are r^qucetec to present them without delay. { "' IRA FULLER. May 10,1878.-6W. Administrator, motice.;.;^ . .:..r.:' : .}, ',;- . jTo'tbe.boirt- and legal reprc'entiUvcs^of Hzeklel Rahcock.' dee'd., lute of Montrose, Susquehiiunn 0<>uuty. Penrie'.lvania: i lTake notfre.'thatan inquest will be held At the late d>-et<fug houseof f'zekiei Bat«ock..dec'(i, in iheiiorcingh of At^ntrote.^11 the County of fcusquehaiinaand Ht?iieof i'eunsylviinla. on .Monday, the 10th day a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

' TheK^ntm^^ii im^ The Philadelphia Press 'heartily ap proves of the currency resolutions of .the Democratic convention of-Ohio.; It says they are "substantial echoes to. the .ideas of Mr, Carey,-Judge Ktffcp mfctkp^iti rral^Ud Hu|j&lligent tftijik^r^ajionjgf^r rrjaiif ufactnr|ng andf;produ^i^ ¦ blusses^ Since when lmv« Mfc Carey and ' JudgR Kelley come to be leaders in the Democratic party ? The Press goes on to make the? urcdictioiij-tha|^no ourty jhat repudiate* Mir icj^can^in in 'November,' and gravely* insists, that "the only party the record of which has been steadily in support of them is the Republican party." Do we hear aright? It will be news to the IK-riiOQratioT^ar ty vof Ohio to learn that they have! put themselves on the Republican platform. Thk Democracy of Ohibdeblare for the repeal of the resumption act, and the Rvpublfcan party in congress, who passed the 6Ct, velremently 'ojipose its repeal. The Democracy-of Ohid insist on I the repei^ of the natio...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

1"' ;" " ' Bolles—Roe—In Jessup, May 3d, by Eld. W. C. Tilden, E. W. Bo'.les and Miss Catharine Roe- ¦ ' ] . \- ;. Jones—Coleman—In. Rush, May. \ 4th, by E][d, H. ]3. Gray, Ranstord JJones.' of Pike,Bradford co,and E,niUy'Coleman, of Middletown, fiusq'aco. BmcHARD—jAGGEBf-At the home of the bride. Pair Hill, Pa., May 17th, by Rev. E. W. Breckinridge, assisted by Rev. W; L. Thorpe, Henry T. Bircbardi of Montrose, to Mjss Hattie Louise, eldest daughter ol Elias Jagger, ot Jes-EUp; Pa. ' ' i "¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

', PEATCBCQ. Keena—In Rush, on Wednesday,Ap|ril 19th, of scarlet fever, James, agedi6 >ears and 6 months, and Mattie, aged 1 ycsjLr and 9 months, and on Sunday following, April 23d, Maryv A., aged 4 years, 4 months an<S 3 days, all.children ot P«t*. rick and Mary Keena. ^ Johnson—Anthony Johnson, a well known mkI respectable colored citizen and Christian, died aj. his lone residence, iu Montrose, on the 9Hi inst., jiged 90 years. Collyer—In Thompson, April 24th, of con-^mption, alter an illness of dearly two years •]lr. Francis A. Collyer, aged 29 years and 24 days. l • * • I - -I \ ' . . Mr. Collyer was a man of industrious habits mo excellent moral character, and had made "* peace with Ged. He was respected and lived by all wjl0 |jnew m,,, , £}3 jogg_jamh n-greitvd. He leayes a wife! and friends to mourniUi8 loss. But all must go before the de> siroytr. Death. .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

of at bur inside range. State and Penn.i.... ....15 @ 16c \ Western choice|brands.......l4>^(8iA 15c | DRESSED POULTRY. j ¦ J A few frozen iurjkevs are selling at about 17c ^^vA^^^aM ^pm^^^ M r^^t^ ' i5c. f^w*g£ - ^^ £': ^$torkeys,Stet£»r&^ Turkeys, State, fair to good 13" @ 15c Chickens,.Terseyiprime........ 16 <g> 17c . —• Chickens, Jersey, tair to good.. 14 @ 15c Ducks, Jersey prime.... .16 @ 17c ^ T?'>|. ! 'fHSAljs ANT>iSTOCri.'/^'.'..3J-: -; ' ;-there was a good demand forcalveaio-Say and prices steadily sustained, with a tew selections brinirine o trifle higher tjban we quote. Live Sheep, weathers...; r... 6}£@ 7 c kiv^5alv?8v8tRile Prime- •• 7 ©" 7^c /HogDressed Calvesfi>e.?..i $} @;1Q c DRIED FRUITS. ' Apples rire held very firmly,but a trifle above buyers views. j , State Apples, sliced .. . 9J£@ 10c State Apples.quarters. 9&@ 9Uc Peeled,Peaches ^ Ga.;farcy.... 15 @ 17c tpeeled Peaches,; fair to good... .11 @ 13c B...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

. -•{, j- Miscellaneous. •/¦¦'J i'h.-.-i..;.---'. -?'-W. t'.'-A '-"'T—.. -i-l . '\"J. 1 ¦ j' . j 2VEOIM' -L' -KOSE .-•¦ . pjyjlfjfi©,.', MiM ' . I • LL ..-.'•..:, ;r..and. :-. --jvxx- •¦¦ I LUMBER YARD! *{ i i . ' - I!!«!^?r tphet|or accommodate ihe cpttmiiiiitT. !«•* J^fe*1 ^!,685 ?"* established a depotTcS.tttj siieof LnnVberMannfactnred at hit ucwly-erected bnlldlne on the.Old Keelcr tannery Site, In the V "B ! ' , ¦' . ¦ . ' ' • ' HBART OF TOWN * \* •. ¦ -. ' » ' / ¦ ¦ .-- ' win re will l|c kept constantly on hand. Afnllstockof . " • i ¦ ' - ... ..... .r: .'...:. ' ,. '.' WJITE i.ND YELLOW PINE; HEMLOCKi 0AE,!A8H,MAPIE AND BLACK - ' ¦ . . -i WALNUT LUMBER, - ' ; ' ! '• - : : ' !• " .. " ' ¦ "' , ' whlch.wlth the aid of the most Improved mtehiney and competent workmen, is prepared to work intoany Aane to meet the wants of Coatomers. * • WELL SEASONED LUMBER, INCLnDINO SIDING. » .1 FLOORING. CEILING, SHINGLE AND ^ i LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. -.];•• I •-.- !.' . : ; ',,.".;;¦;;-":...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

81$. :-.K-¦'. ---7 ; --- -----------v^-r-v,, ,.,, ^ A'.-..-- "77""^:";;.,;,. --;"" * .MVfhWh';: " .^ • 1 ^p ^^^J^gMR^BII^BBBBBPfcc^BiMiOfcSaK sBSisWP>MBJ^BMI^^^BByB ^vv ^M f— —^ t^A*'''-~ ' • '^^^^^sv^^^^^^^^^H^St' "' u£i5p^^^\~^^^~j%^^^^^^^*MBiBMc4BBii^s^^^Tr'—^" ^^"^^y^" ' fvs^sai '.-. ."' .;:. i,pO':MEN.^ANTJEl);-'lJ^^ with Qreenbacks.lo buy the best made, caslcslrhmning, and most durable Wagon ever nuide for the money. THE \LARGEST ASSO RT BJ11ST OF PLATFORMS,, OPEN AND ioP BUGGIES AND PHiETOtfS; EVER OFFERED TO THE j CITIZENS OF NORTHERN PENNSYLYANU. - !.".| Particular sttrntion is called to onr Standard Platforms.. We claim to'makcthe Vm»i Vnmi'i* «n<i w.pm w«»A. combined, evei «,ffed for the money. Each Wagon Warranted m^S^^^^SS^wS&A mSSX mechanl's, Selectirg best of Hock for cash and pay cash for labor, ud1 wVhave reduce!thefSBSJSSfcrS N°* ^f}^!?^ tk ®poke• lk Ax,c'** 6prJDgV,t,t«A Top B°8«lca, Piano Box or Shell body or Broad SSeats, - - ,-. - - - $1...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

special ' Ajsnsror i ABEL BEMIMETT & GO./BINGHAMTO^ Jobbers of Fine Woolens, £' 180 A MERCHAiVT TAILORIiVG DiUPARTMBRfT, REPLETE WITH ALL THE'LATEST STYLES; \ - ! AND QUAUTJPS All our goods have been bought within the the last few weeks, for CASH, at a very low price therebr enabling us to eell cheaper than tie other establishments in the!city, who are carrying stock bouuhtatmuck higher rates. april 19,"'76.-3m >;, ' - HifilffAN BLO€ff.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

This standard article is compounded with the great est cure. Its effects are. as wonderful and satisfactory as ever. It restor.es gray or laded ha.r to Its youthful color. It removes all eruptions. Itching and dandruff; and the scalp by its u*e becomes white and clean. By its touic properties It restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing, baldness, ana making the hair grow thick and strong. As a dressing nothing has been found so effectual, or desirable.' Dr. A. A. Hayes, State As«ayer of Massachusetts, says ol it : "I con-lderit the best preparation for it* intended purposes!*' . Buckingham's Dye, FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may -be relied on to change the color of the beard (rnm gray or any other undesirable shade, to biown or b a k. at dl-cn;lion. It Is easily applied, being in one preparation, xnd quickly and efectualty produces a permanent colur which will neither rub no warn off. ; . MANUFACTDREDi BY R. P. Hall A Co., KaNlinn, W. EL SOLD B...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

A YER'S SARSAPARILLA, -i*- . Ton fvnirvino the blood. «ill/•//// This compound of the veg-^sw\ 11 III//// * stable altoinatives, &arsapar-4*^BMAUull//y/m*' Dock' StilHngia and •P^PI\\ l^i/EVTOf?/^ Mi,ndrakl; wi,h lhe Iodides JBBRtsNiw&WAiay/0* Pot isgium and Iron.makes &8^n&*^ty/SiZPsya most effectuiil"cure of series ^C^|I^S& ^Bfys"1 complaints which are very "~^ ff^ jfe». yztegzpri'xalent and afflicting. It -: ^ I ^*^^^. ^-fc^l)nrific-* the blood, purges out \~—-1 ftfc. ^^."^apthe lurfiSng humors in the iJLjr«^ ^^*" sy-»em, that undermine the ' •^^SVfe^HsM health avd settle intotronb-. .^^¦¦BA le«imedisorders. Eruptions of theskins are tneappo»r,rt'ice on the surface of humors that bhould be expelled from the blood. Internal derangements are the determination of these same humors to some internal organ, or organs, w^ose action they derange,and whose subs ance they disease and destroy. Ayer'sSarMipiuilla expels theae humors from the bloofl. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

THE PROPRIETOR OF TAYLORS /FAMILY MEDICINES - must be gaining renewed confidence In the Specifics which he'prepares.' A'l. the articles of. Materia Medica which he now offers lor sale.is on the principal of NO CURE NO PAY; Foremost amonc these valuablearticles, is TAYLOH2S UELEBUATED OIL, for Pain, Lameoess, Wounds or: hores. in Man or Bca*t. 'taylor's Condition Pow;ders for Horses Cattle, Hogs, Sh?ep and Poultry. Forrenovati g the blood and system, of air kinds of Stock tn the Spring, nothing can be better. . Tayior's Cough Syrup for all throat or lung diseases. Any ene tryinjj it willbc * convii ced of its merits. . HealHomanulactuxle the celebrated Indian Vegetable sticking Salve, which ean be obtained of any ol his agents' I ' -; A. B:, Burns. M. A. Lyon, and I, N. Ballard, are agents for Montrose, i •(' "-" ; Any one buying a ay of the above named articles and' not being satisfied, can retnrn the empty bottle or pacsage and get their money back. : [march 29, '76J P: J. DONLEY...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 24 May 1876

t" ¦¦ •Hie:J!Iai|«!t8.i •;;:;••;• ¦ ^-; \cw lork Produce Market. ' - - ' I K[S,^tr7nf,'>k;#cBre"'y f<»r The Mostbosx V™*"h2 Rhodee * Server, Produce C6mrai|- »iou Merchants. 28 WhiUhallStreet.Ne^YoVk. Wew York, ijriday, May 19»1876. BUTTER. , '<'.'V '. ¦ . Rpceipte last Bixaayfl. ,. ¦•;. ..'.24,19t pkg^.'. Kttiily choice gmdes of State of! good color are :'iji bieadily, and receivers claim to.havc.yery ''^rouble in working it off, the deriatid beg heavy enough to hold such eradb from ac-<-iiDirjlatinir. '' T:' ' :l i v J«'e pails. creamerjUlioice...29 % 30c §»«.« pa^,fair to good...;.. ..26 @ 27c 0 aie Dairy pails,selected.'...28 @ ^wte I nils, good to prime... .26 @. ' 27c Me Half firkins, t'ulis, prime. *' @ 28c w»ie Half firkiris,tubs, fair..23 -.@.-25c.:.\ ' >- CHEESE. ^wipts last six days . ..13,018 be xca. "^wn ot l.aving^lllled their; orders tf&r new e^'- they are around llooking for stock. , , NEW CHEESE. J'.|e Factory, full cre...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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