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

....;-.-_ —; * m m — •. ..;.;...:' KlntliieM to Cattle. | I A neighbojj recently/lemarkedjto me, ¦1 '*¥o'u!Vmiv"e! 'a faculty of, chajriniDg steers."' I replied that it'< was a mistake* Ijsiroply study their nature and j adapt n|yself to that nature. In approaching hpme (whether they are in yoke or not), though I may come with a rod, y^t I al^ w^iys oome witn love. If I am in ja hur-XJ and a steer is in my path, I never giva hjin & kick or;a thrust, with a^yelli5;*'Get" ojit of my way," but instead ! allojw him the path, while-1 pass quietly .by,|gen'tly rribbirig him "with the hand as t pass. l|he pressure of the hand onNtHe animal has a powerful influence in training him, and I had rather engage to! bring two y6ke of steers 'to a state ojf good Working discipline than tame pjrie pair that had been taught tn fear the presence of man. "' •'.-'.'¦ j | Meat of any kind, boiled down to jelly, strain, and ready for use for soups Of gravies. Keep in a cool place j ...

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

' Baalneea Cards. ......7f! .^ T S.POlTTERi D^fST, WgffE^ JUV ia ir^ormtlve^pleof:iloritro«e»tfd vicinity, tbat he is permsnenUy located, in tbe second story 0t *. P. Stamp^new bnildtag; ov^UtVQ^jym^-;^ ktodfco/Dtottl'Worlit^onij InAht^m^t' " N, B^NKrona. Oxide, LWgbJng G«aa,;gr«en.fo« toe pajnlMBexiri^t to n of teeth.v.v yriUi\: t> ./.tn -; ^ ^kontVoge ^ April Cth, lSW,Ttf;-, .. ..-.,,.;¦ ;,.-.,;:.;¦- I? ^BACDN, WILE HfiREAFF^R Lrk . ftfrrilsiiWcitteenf of W<rtth«find^rinlili wllbflrsttdaarBread, :Buscnit,?-RbBe^tfi^"*"* Cookier, Tarts, Ac.. *c>^Ae.i pAriles ^ aad W*ddrege> m^Mv®i.^$^&&! :i6«th«e»yiaga6f.the;liitier''man; '«» '.^n 1.l",;!, i fan)n*toJ1fo--3^)mij -o* >?-t;;T!JS- 'BACONS ; Wm.-a'crSssMn, a iSto'fixi Banlt,'H, oDlroie;Pa,T,r^ * .'W.A,ClB0ss»e»if;!, MonffoB-e.AprrU19;1876.--if;; !, ' , .,./.,' ,; ;QrvMiliMANv &. CGij FIRST, NA^ kJ«Kitidn*lBaok BtrJldlng. i Montroso, P'ai.iDealeis itf D« Goodis, Uoihiog, MUUne...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

| This lite is but & game of curds, which mortals ,•:¦ hftye*Qlea|)B,Ai}i%||f f*l| % '-"^7] Rich shu4ss#«ite^tid ^rfMtii'&$lM&di»c£jt a (rump doth turn ; \ ' gome bring a high card-to -the top, and others bring a low, Some hold a hand quite "fhwhP of trumps, while others none can show., ' •-'i?/"! k'V/'V'''>¦«' *?'i; -^'- Some shuffle with a practised hWdf; And p tick thfir ^ car^s w|th c|i|, If |-f ' ¦ V ' go they may know^when they ate dealt, where all the.dealers ares«.- ; , Aj. v I..,, , Thus fools are made Jthe dupesjof rogues, while rogues each bther cheatt * ' ''"'; ' And lie is very wise indeed who never meets ,-, d^Ku^c-Uv v. 5 iv.l. ¦;; ¦ : « •* ./ "S v* ¦;- Ir. playing some.throw, .out the ace the counting caWs to save, .'.'., ; I , „.,-. Some play the duce and some the ten.hutmany play the knave ; . '/I'.'U/J'.'¦ •:'l ¦) -J Some play lor money, some for fun, und some fbr^o^lyifami/ -ij; /:C'::/ >¦ ¦ ?•* » Bat not until the game...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

HER IDEAL IflSS ISO.RA Beal was, a young lady I of sixteen, unaffected, good-hearted, ar.d pretty. It must be confessed that the was, also -somewhait,. empty-headed and vain." Bat as these qualities are peculiar to a very large proportion of her sisterhood, they. were not- particular noticeable. /She possessed, beside, another trait, wfyich used to be toleratedf in the young, but.which has, of late, gone quite out of date, along with the old-fashioned virtues—she was ramanlM I know.tmt How.'.to account for this circumstance, except by connecting it with the apparently incongruous fiict'of her having been educated in a;numiery. *rnm thos? "cloistered walls" the'poor cMld who was ac orphan had just t-mertred to begin her little career in the ¦'•rid. au;d to take the head of her old Whclor''uncle's establishment. That worthy gentleman, ^though shrewd enough in his way, had about as much ifl-aof the internal structure of a girl's !l(iart, as I have of thei process by which fWrsW...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

A Rurat Blondtn ,'¦.¦¦' .- •- \ *.::'. i- ¦ •..-'." .'«'¦. ¦:• •,., y^, ¦¦:•¦' it- : ( , ^^PBR^BOTBCGOI^ f (>» LIEEs .-v,;i,\q /!_, ¦"''¦ -¦¦ .» ¦— - .-j ; , •..'.«". { ; Since the death penally was 'abolistieol ' iu WiMODBiu/'th'JTtfmn'ttme&lluo&re'd to the pa.blic hav> beeq "stale, fiat ao^; an* prpfitable." The high ioped,moral stav w{ us of some cpuld. only be amused aad, - satisfied 'irith:'&n^e: iiWt8!niDei]t!'wiiidii could furnish at least a fope'arJd^'death. '"'8 Hence whjea it was an uounoed - that! 'W.' ^ ^•^inP9M»-w°,oM waik acrpga,the. fallsr«! ttt yvausau on a single liqey.£here ,werj&.;:j tnerj who said they would give twenty- , •five cents to see bioi; Wallriier/iss,, but''" Hvould give fivesdollafs tp;8ee?hifhif/ttl'ih5 ;?:iH btiiersHitt^redntheipredictioii' thut-itfwas'- ¦¦* ¦ >* •a|selli.andfwben this atranger.ihadvcol ^ -» lected a few dollars be, would, Jjght.pa^V.i and no attempt1 would , he, made t-j pe...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

' /V.';|;A; youi»g.! ;|.ad>->aj^jti^r^;'(...'.' ^ VPUAI^k ^(ILL;flp"§»?««^8HB BECOMES A'BRIDE. M-i.t: ^..i:-,.-;--- ' o ~ ,j **' ¦ '"¦ 'J; - ' •¦ ' ¦ ;; ¦¦ A father of'an ipttresting! and apbomplished daaghter of this/ citf bas'Ieft-at fhd'i^lg^Bcek'^ft^Xi^^^om^H in the shape of:; *| letter\ of ^rrespond" ence. Theietter is frbrii" b, lady iriend, and was written to the abbvegehtiemah's daughter while she was ,absent froui Beading. 5.WbehJ she caine home ^he baphentd fpshoV it tol her father, who feels interested ehough1 in fecial. Ifferaturei to have"it sptead befbie the commuhity for the berfefit'of the public im Hiere M general. ' it is: "Welli liizizie^ydu-know Tni to be married sobn. \ Believe • I tpui yptj \A\ it before yoti left. Theh,' however,'I wag pot so certain about it as I am*uow, .-?7 Youjknbw yHinlPan^t always, fell'WSa>. the yoabg men mean until; tliey actnaily comnteiice" talking about;"the Wedding clotfies;/: By ahdby some' bite will c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

f^HE $jEkOQRAT. PCBUSHKD BVKtY WioKEBBAT ' MOBKIHO. AT MONTROSE, SrJBQ'A Co., Pa., BY MCA.'WIiB-'Sr ae 'OItXTSB» KDITOaSt 4 PROPRIETORS, A At two Dollwi pwrTfwur in Advanced TO ADVERTISERS :~Titt ?"«»«tfc«'"».i»JfdwS Usimr medium 1b unsurpassed in this section. It wscWee the Fanner, Mechanic and business man. lis. Sreatotio^ is constantly Jncrtasine. and its advertising mteereasonable. Kates wllljbb..given at our office or by inatl.' '¦' 7' JOB PRINTlNGM>ur .office is supplied wit^fonr prfutta#preesee.together with V large variety -of WJ* bordew,foncy inksT etc., with which we are prepared teA»wi»rklnthe«#»< ttyU and at prices lower than SyeSSetltor. in any Salon; Wainpl* Aowi^and Mtimates cheerfully given at our offlcu. WorL ordered by mail will receive prompt attention. . ; B. B. BaWLEY, '%'' ."• ',-j| W. .0. CRUSER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

\Qold closed in New York; on Monday Hla3^' _--—-L--'.''-'".' A resolution was introduced, in the Methodist Conference at Baltimore onj Tuesday, reconimpndiiig: Jthe,; Annual Conference not to'receive or ordain any preacher to deacon's or elder's orders uii* less he eschues tobacco. Blsevrhere will be fonnd\ an article from the New York Observer, entitled "Decay of Public Arirtue," and it/accord^ 86 well, in the main, w^th our view upon the subject, that we won Id call par ticul»r attention to it. lit is/as certain as that the sun rises and sets, that unless honesty, statesmanship and pub, lie virtue an made paramount to mere party sue cess, the, hope of a free aud independent republic is blasted, in tliia iiatioti, The time has come when the people must act only for the good lof their country. A peaceful political revolution is demanded and the honest masses must unite for tbt contest. Not by organizing a third par ty, for such a movement will only fur niah a means of escape j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

I Adveritisemepts New This Week. TUST JPUBLISHED. A New land Beautiful Sabbatk School j WSong Book! <H ^8! l^2"?SSS» 400D NEWS I whoare ««^«» «* £<*£ rioOD NEWS I 1 Mc'ntofb.and.thecontentsconquuu . »Jf*»« j contrlDUted by eminent writers GOOD NfcWSI I and compositors. I Both music and words are new, fresh and attractive. T^b^* lihorfl!» "To Canaan," "Christ * Hero,'' irTml&n *" »pnV.st™y, Vr>'Kingdom Coming." «nd others? ! . . .»., Price of Good New*, 86 ctt. Redacton1 for quantities. T Totalled post-free for retail price. Revised, greatly enlarged and improved new edition CARMINA COLLEGENSIA. 'a; This maenifflcent book has been revisd and Improved uhlsongsoTmany new colleges "^cd «dbesiaeebebe the most comprehensive collection ^rstndents innm containing those of all the Colleges extadt, it is neof' th"Sattractiveboota>for»•• taP«*»«»« ill Informal social -sings.*'; Price in Cloth, $3.00, GUt,*4.00. keep in remembrance LWng Waters. Unexcell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

Decay of Public Virtue. j "MY PEOPLE LOVK TO HAVE IT SO. $ , There is no stronger evidjPnce of the otter demoralization of the political mind than is aflorded by the reception given to the proposal of President Wfoolsey.Mr. Brvant, and others, toj hold a meeting on" the subitcr. Newspaper^ hitherto londest in dendnciafiionn of corruption, sneer at the attemptjfo reforfi^, and bpeaft of the:'proiwaed convention *as aii old V7oman'e meeting. Even papers calling themselves independent, have only ridicule for 'the., noble movement—a hoovement instinct, with patriqtifcm and gnod sense, and foil of. promise as the Urst itep.ohthehighiway to a political reformation. ' ' .¦'¦,.¦"• ¦' A The greater part, of the press is ominously silent on the 'subject. The tru»h is, tnat»there are very! few Ipapers. what ever their professions and sincere intentions, .that are hot 'in !some! way related to this. or. tktit party, or to both parties, as to be inteietted in the success *^or defeat of o...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

W-EW FIRM, ¦ : : s'^y-: ( ' .,.".• NEW GOODS, ¦>--V; :!' ^'^ew;;'^!^®^' Wm, Hv^QT^ (8D00WSOB TO Botp A COBWi»i) „. ;.,. ¦ > v" T;-;V DBiuJBB8'^«J r-::;'!.',:"'^:_ Cook Stoves, BangeB, Heat-. ing Stovei. 4 - ^^«MMi '- ^n time. Is the name of a new Cook ^ Btove;, i"t>K ^ISJ?* a new principle in baldhg. and is destin^ to mak^» revoinflon In'the construction:of Cook Stoves. Come in and see it. '-.]'-'- THE[ARGAND,:^ a a heating stove^ stands without a rlvatt in beauij, urahility and econoniy. Come and satisfy; yoursett, nd get names ol parties *now using them. A,TINWARE'' '" A; "n !..J Ve take special pleasure ic offering tor^fn Wlw^« nd RetailTrade, our desirahlo supply of Tinware, We ise none but the best Of charcoal plates.: OUB WOEKMEH ABE EXPEBTJ5HCBD !•'. iOUBlBTtLES ABE FAUlH^SBT GOODS ABE WABBAOTED! , Bind we defy any to pirottiice better goods for less money. . -, ¦ : - • '- . ¦.>-. ¦ t ' L|AMPS.; . A. full line ot Lamps of; beautlfpl design....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

gj.OODS! GOODS \7Vixl. Hayden ,Bu Just received an" i ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS* CLOTHING, ] ' - ¦¦¦•' —: aiAt Prieei to'Mlt tbelHirdtlBM«. liinnns, stioss BITS' & WHTVS' S5T0 SIB AltoafloeJlneof , >: ^..;,'* *- ¦' ¦ / ** ."- ¦ ' * 'DRY GOODS,* T- ,. .. RATS ^ CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, TANKEB NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, s '¦'"'' A " ' «>' ¦ Cheap for cash. No charges for showinjf our goods. < wm; hayden, New Milford. May 8d. lSW.-tf. >T»TJNKHANNO0K .:> MARBLE AA/ORKS. BURNS ^~WHITE, ¦i '."'¦' / 'Manufacturers of and Dealers in ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, MARBLK AND SL4TB MANTLES. . '-.'."''" —o— ""; SCOTCH.&¦ AMERICAN GRANITE, A Specialty. &TCtm**erj Lots Enclosed.!^ P.O.HURNS, - •- • - Gw>. WKITI Tunkhannock. Pa. Jan. 19.1878.—ly Legal. "a DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-1N A. the estate of Reuben Fuller, late of Llberhr tnwnahin Susouehanna County, Pennsylvania, dec a. bSSm of^ministration in'the srid e...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

The Molly Hagulrc Trial. DISCHARGE OT THE Y^)ST JURO&8—TWELVE H' fPRiSOKBRSrAWAITING TSIAL! FOB | MURDER. \ Pottsvillk; May 25.—The sickness of the juror, Mr. Levi Stine, which inters rnpud the trial of the five Mollies charged with the murder of Yost, the policeman, terminated fatally last night; and this morning the eleven survivors had to be discharged. This will necessitate the retrial of the whole ease, which in. view of th.e excitement in this county and the fact that the testimony in the case has been published and read by nearly every one in the county will most likely move our court t> grant a change of venue in the case to some adjoining county. Should the prisoners then demand generate trials they would cause an expense of sixty thousand dollars, which would have to be! paid oust of the treasury of Schuylkill county. It is very much to be regretted that events have put the matter in !its present; condition^ lor outside of the question of ^xpense it ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

General Wcms. /''".'¦' Excellent lea is grown in Texas. '; Meet of the Black Hills miners are jigging—for home. British gold* -is cojiiedAip^udoniby Araericau^machinerjfe A^ '•$£.£ ^a ^ Allan tic Ci tyj has greafr expect^tfbiat of Centennial visitors. j A Paris baker jumped, into His oven and was roasted, to death. , ... ..7 ^ There*was u-arly] tw^ifeet of shtef • at A^tdover, New Hampshir^ last weefei * -Y Calvary Cemetery, New Y"ork, averages fifty funerals a day. , ' ~ Potato bogs arid young grasshoppers gre,vi8iting-!0erk8M>urity.| i;;. ?Y ; .-> ' fy There will be a great demand for economical summer resorts this year. Over 70,000 persons visited Central Park, New York city, last Sunday, Flour made from .Texas wheat JpMhis year's growth is for sale in St. Louis. A $50,000 monument )S\ in course of erection in Calvery Cemetery, Nsw YorK. Pennsylvania has 235 bei-r breweries, tnore than any other state -in the Union. A 48 pound wild turkey has been killed by ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

A Mouse (bapfared by a Spider. The wonderful little spider that captured thefmonse, and is elevating it in its parlor!at Mr..Michael Gross' carpenter shops !6n Greatmen, between<> Elysian Fields and Marigny streets, of which we gave an account yesterday morning, is still busily engaged in its herculine task, and filling the numerous persons who visit it with amazement. This astonishing little insect is of the black species, and very small, a fact which renders the feat it now nerlorms the morb marvelous- The mouse was accustomed, when on a predatory excursion^to emerge from a hole under the bench where the spider dwelk, and pass into the carpenter-shop where the bench stands. / The enterprising spider, who had, no doubt, watched for a long time its movemen tsv. laid a trap for the unsuspecting mouse, and, on ;Monday morning, when it started out on its daily rounds, the little spider, who Was on the lookout, tightened the threads which she hail prepared for het ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

Jj6gS'-'|'"J-:'".:"."-':-. ';"•¦¦""•' EGGQ WHITE COCHENS, BUIfF COOHENS, Cartridge cochens, i plymouth rocks, j AND HOUDANS. .'¦A '' ! ' ' - ~~r"' ''"¦' "' / ¦ Efigs fur Hatching, - - - f3 per 13. i . ——i : ' I CiTYotingiPowlBfor sale *ftcr Angnrt 1st, 1870. at reasonable prices. No Inferior specimens shipped [from my yards. \ White Coche^s. 1st premium at Jersey Fair, (Berry l& Williams stock.) Buff Cccheas. Berry & Williams. I No circulars. Write for what 4s wanted and promp ; replfs will be given. Addres*. . 1 :'¦ j ! " C.C.GILBERT, A Great Bend,: Pa. Mireh 29, 18T6.—6m. ¦!¦ ¦ ' i ¦¦ m..i -'¦¦ ."¦¦¦.¦ i .1 i . ¦ i .ii", ".ii i . ¦ " IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. I : ¦ ¦ • " . .1 J , ' 0. * A. CORTESY, ' [• [':;i|«.^;;c»oi^|if:, MERCHANT TAILORING, -¦ ¦ 1 ' -. - !¦:- ' -. ¦ ' : j.' ¦ .-'- ¦ i ¦:-.-: - ¦-*- ¦ ' . : ; ; j AT OTJR NEW STORE, Ar i '*'' ' , • ¦ ! , ' . - * r ¦ ¦ ', \ Ni>. 2t Court Street. j. .. -', ¦ . ¦ ' '", We would jrcspectfnlly announce to the...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

?** ^^B • '.^^^^^B^^^^l^^^ ^^^^^^____p^__p_y ^^^^ ^"—^^^ ^j, - ¦. ^^^ .^^Bp2j^9^^^^^^^9b^9^SS£hbb^SS^^S9^^^^^^^^^^^ 9SS^9 ¦ r< - jS^i- i ^^ fBjSsw ' i,ooGrjjM^pT; '^iLBr5paEaE>," -i"; ¦"" i with Greenbacks, to bny the best made, easiest-running, and most durable Wagon ever made for the money. THE LARGEST ASSORT MEN TOP PLATFORMS, OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES AND PHOTONS, EVER OFFERED TO THE ' CITIZENS OF NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA. Particular attention is calli-d to our Standard Platfonns. We claim to make the best Family and Farm Wagon combined, evetoffed for themt.ney. Each wagon Warranted as reprtsented. We employ none but efcparltnced mechanics. Selecting best Of ttock foricasb and p%y cash for labor, and we have reduced the prices, M ;oUowk No. 1, Platform. \\i Spoke, \% Axle, 1«; Spring, •; Top Buggies, Piano Box or Shell body w Broad 8 Seats, - - - - ,-.•- $11600 Box, with Enamel Cloth, Top and Damask AddforTrimm!ng,t6tot8; Break fT. Uning. Patent wheels. • -, - flfiOOO «'...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

s3E»«.iaB«ro- 1876. '' ">'¦ '•••'-•. -....-.;f, -. ¦ ,-t ' ¦ : - '¦¦ ¦"¦:• ¦ ¦?• ¦ .•'" : SPEeiAE] UlIsTNOIJN^ ! J\BEL BENNETT & GO.^ BINGHAIVITbN, i Jobbers of Fine Woolens, ALI A iRTIIlT TAILORING IIPAR1IIT, REPLETE \VlTH ALL THE LATEST STYLES ¦ ¦ ( I (and QUAUTIES '..''.'_ All bur goods have been boueht within the the last few weeks, for CASH, at a very l^w price, thereby enabling na to eell cheaper than tie other establishments in the city, who ate carrying stock bought at muck hlgherrotesA ¦ aiirllW.no.-Sm JiAGAlTIAN BLOCK.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

. This standard article is compounded with the great est eartA Its effects are as wonderful and satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or faded ha.r to its youthful color. It removesall eruptions, itching and Unndraff; and the scnlp by Its use. becomes white and clean. By its tonic properties it .restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing- baldness, and making . the hair grow thick and strong. As a dressing nothing has been found soeffectnal. or desirable. Dr. A. A. Hayes, State As<>ayer of Massachusetts, says of it: "I con-lder it the best preparation for its intended purposes."Buckingham's Dye, i FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may be relied on to change the color of the beard from'gray or any other undesirable shade, tobiown or b a k. at discretion. It is easily applied, being in one preparation, und quickly and e-- fectually producer a permanent color which will neither . rub no wai-h off. I MANUFACTURED BY I R. P. Hall &, ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

KC. BXTRRITT, Would call attention to hit New Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS ! Now on sale, in new mmw:m^®BW& LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS, NEW STYLE OF PRINTS, SHAWLS, WATER PROOFS, FLANNELS, BALMORAL, AND HOOP SKIRTS, VELVETS, HOSIERY, HEAVY WOOL GOODS, CARPETS, Oil CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS. BUFPA*^ LO AND LAP ROBES.PTJRS, HATtT^ and CAPS; BOOTS and SHOES, HARD WARE.IRON.N AILS, STEEL, STOVES and GROCERIES, ETC. In great variety, and will be sold on the most favorable terms, and lowest prices. H.BURRITT. New Milford, May 1st. 1875. \

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