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

•Wi^ttlie^or Norway. * " "" Weifiwd in an interesting; report by fir. H. &&Ytf en1rius,Yon>;tlie agriculttfwn&f Sweeden and Norway, a description of a remarkable 0ree4 of -cattle indigenous to Norway, vwhich: even Mu those days of cross breeding and improvement, is still found in its torigina) purity. ^ The Cattle are small, full go^wn cows seldom attaining a weighl/W moretbanffOui to800 lbs.; th' ey area iniountftih .rliceJ an|d their diminutive size may be .fairlyjattributed to the poverty of tbe fbdet and the rough weather andlong winters of their habits They are good milkers, best in this particular of many breeds kept at the royal farm'at Tjadegaardscen having Wen of tbis xm> Moreover, the. care and good hvipg^ bestowed on the jrace at the farm have somewhat increased! the stature and weight of the animals. One1cow milked, in 1868, 646 3-4 gallons,, in 1869, 720 gallons, in 1870; 680" gallons,; or on an, avefage\of three years, 658^...

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

Cultivation oridrcIi^rdsY There is no .£bijj£ but the] stirring of soil in the ,oBw|f; is a good tl^ng to promote g^tM* of wood and tone hp trees that are in ill-health, but the experiment *J»o&d in the Couhtry Gentleman of Bicbard E. CnrpHiter^Yhich indicates a great benefit in yield of fruit to be obtained by-cultivation is hardly decisive; for some of our best brchardist?, from long experience^ beliesve in malehin g and top^dressing rather than yery much: cmiivatiotiY Thequestion tiirns somewhat iipoti varieties, a good deal u pori soil and ever $<i $&$) manure is employed. ^ .., .fyr' -*~-. -/"'^^a»-<y——^""—r~'.- - ' \.' ^^!p recover the voV*e~Ibeat the white of orifr*gg, add^ to it\|he juice of, one lemon, ah^l sweeten withx^hite':'•'-engar to the ^te. B6«e, on^ timotlotifne^ •'tiali^''fc>;-«ufe'the;^mj>gU.!sYYs>*i ¦ .jY• ¦ ; : Y :;ite'*tipk:. ^^^J^^S?^: Aii

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

Y V Business Oatds. ¦ HbIaBBLEK E. MITCHllLL,YPHX-1/ alcian and Sargeon,: graduate- of tho Woman a. Medical College olf the Ni Y, Jlnflrmury^then residentplyilclau for a yearin; tlie Woman's• HotoiW la NY. af.er four yearb' prActlce, In Fon dn Lac. Wiaconeln ha^ located in J&fontrose. -Special attention ^iven to diseases I of womenr and cWldren. Office at thefodtof Main Street, in the old David Poat home-Btefid ' -I .Montroee.Dec. 15,1875.-8m»nS0 N tt J;D; BAtDWlNv M. D., HOMCE, iXil, pathic Physfciari «id Surgeon. ha« locate^ himself at Montrobe, where he ^11} attend promptly to all prtfeiwional liuslneati entrusted to Jiis caje.-e^OBici' in Caritialt'B bailding. second floor, front. B6ard|» at Mr. E. haldwln's. • ; ; Moniroae, Pa., March 10j 1875. ' ' Dfi. W. W. SMITH, DENTIST.-j Rooms at His dwelling, next door north of Dr Bal8ebr'8,on Old! Foundry *tree^;, where -ho would be happy to see all those in want of Dental ,^ork. He fc&Sconudentthat he can plotse a...

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

I Y Pure Milk. i Purecow's milk, is made ap as <folY loss: ... v ¦¦ ••••¦¦ -• a I Water.............. .^.... ••..86 281 j^ntter... ,.•••.....,..•.»••. ^-*. ^ oo { Sugar Milk..................... 5 271 Citseine..........;........ -..... o 80j Soda] lime, magnesia and iron... 0 72| The I specific gravity of cow's milkj' ranges llrom 1.018 to 1.045. but the deter-j minati(j>n of this point is a very nneer-j tain tejst'of its purity. Cream being; lighter than milk, its removal leaves thet fluid cotnparatively heavier. Water might bYadded;to this and the speciSc gravity thus b^orlght up to that offgenuine milkj The galactometer is nsed for ascertaining the specific gravity, and the lactometer^ the only instrument employed by th4 New York; health authorities, fixes the amount, of cream present. But accord--ing tofgoOd authorities, the em ploy men i of botih, not one,,is becessary to reach a correct conclusion as to the impurity ot puntyi of rnflk. It would seem that th...

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

-.-j.. j- I^w Potaioes. v.; ]^ ! - , . . : 'This season is redolent of new varielties o| tiie^potato,,aU ^>f which aire crack-! ed lip; by the crackers-up to sopersed'e anytiving y hitherto known. Just so.; Farmjpr?iwho will; not finish ,tbHr planning for some days Co c»meyt-t/ are tojo shrewd to be taken in by A new sorts at exorqitant prices,withoui possessing some accurate knowledge of their Equality and productivenees. It would be rather mo^Y otoiious for us to recommend again tin* cnltiyatiori; of the , white Pi3achblow-|^ just sis much so the Springfield RjpubB can nominating Charles j Francis Adanlis for every important politicalYpo4t that Jooms up~-but we shall engage no other for next winter's5q|)plyYeven though ijre jpay twenty five per cent, adyance on all others in its market. A j ^AAA:aA"~—¦•¦ ;-i; *>- *-A"-, ::- A-'A -A--?'!:; YY^Po renaoTe paint splashed njwn wia-IteWijparies, use hot solutioii ofriiod4 ami wmftflannel. v ^'':-a'AAa.aav ; j . 2fr...

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

Business Cards. '% ¦j['...:-;.; =',; t S. POTTER> DENTIST, wfe|^ ' LJi-- to inform the people of Montrosti and JlCinlty, t^heisp™ P. Stamp's new building; opposite Cooper^"JJ-. A" kind^rDental Work tlonc In the beBtfrnnnfter. Si ^Nitrous .Oxide, MugUlntGass, given for th^< painlessiextraction of teeth. j :\ ,/ Mont^se, April 6th, lS76.r-tf f ;; : A, I? BACON, WItiL HEREAFTER •Vj0 :| furnish thecltizefii? of MontroseaudVic""! ^ withfirtt-class^read. Buiicuit, Bolls Pies, ^eaand Cookies, Tarts, Ac, Ac, &c Pa*^"*^*"?8-supplied, and quallty-jwardnteed. \ ^"Dlninfe; Roorta np stairs, where Qeo.flallis will be founq ready to f»tr isfy the*ra7in'gs of theiiifleririan^ . .-_L_A„,.-Montrose, ifayi3d 187fc }¦ :\ '»»¦ BACON. VfEWMILFORD MACHINE SHOP. i\ All kinds of machinery made, orfurnlshed to or;, der.BePfliripgprompayatten^^iw ,si^ LTZ/ ^ .NewMllford,MAYi7.1S76.r^ ly. . ' j ...:_j-W M.-A. GROSSMON, ATTOjlNEY at Law. Office over the s First INatton Bank, Montrose,...

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

Miscellanepiis. '" ¦ ;'¦ ;-'• 3si03STTB.pSB ~~~" PLANINQa.; ;MILL , -. YYY-^Y y :> aandaI-: ":-'-a '-- -¦ '•'• ;". In order to tietter accominodate the commnnlty, the undersigned has established: a depot for tht- wieof lumber Manufactured at hit uewly-erected liulldlnc on tlje.OJ(dK<?elcr t»nnery,Slte,inthe .,:-;.; '¦ .':'. .,'.;*•., .....hbabt^'JownYY .;?Y', where Will be Jtept cbnsUntly on hand. A full stock of WHITE AND, YELLOW.PINE, HEMLOCK, OAK, ASH,:MAPLEYAND BLACK ! ? WAllNUt LTJMBERY whlch,wlth the aid of the most improved machlsey and competent workmen.Is prepared to work intoany t-hape to meet the wants of Customers. / > WELL SEASONED LUMBKRi INOlinDlNG SIDING, FLOORING. CEILING?; SHINGLE AND LATH CONSTANTLY ON BAND. Planing.. Matching,. Mouldings, and Scroll 8»W1dr cone to order. __. 4,. . >A, ^ •'•' WAGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH, - , , ;-.,.A';:?.^-i/.rY";- >. • ¦ XVIANUFACTORY ...j.^ .., --.-" "' - -j . ' ? in connection wit a ...

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

Destroying Ants. - _ ¦ - «A Ants are very forid of anything sweet. Andv bv taking ad van taee of this they may be trapped vtry easily. Procure pieces,oi sponge and Eatujrate.them with a thin syrup made of honey, molaeseff or sugar, dissolved in warm water, place these in the hau n ts an'd take theni up occasionally and dip them in boiling water. In a ^ ew da Js the ? wtio*' .wJopy willhiivi disappeared.' if the home of the -c6T6njfYcin be disebVerea ¦ beneath some part of the foundation vi the house or in the yard, it may be destroyed by . pouring boiling i?ater upon it. The place maj|e.dis,cp.«'ered by careful watch - ing for,,assort time.. L

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

Fattening a Calf. The"best food to fatten a calf^ without whole milk is oil-m^al, molasses and skini milk for tlie first twp weeks, after which a little oat or barley meal may be used. A calf can be made to weigh one hundred anid twenty toYone hundred and forty pokmds at four! weeks. bldY^iever having any new mflk after the eow's milk was gjipd. The .oil-me^al should be scalded fluid allowed;to form a thick mucilage befure being mixed with the akimmod •milk... The molasses may be added directly to the milk and the whole may be given blood warm. The proper quantity for a youhg calf is a t»tblespoonful ot oilmeal the same of molasses, divided into thtee parl;s' for one day's feed, added to ] thf milk. After the first week it may be gradually increased, and at the.cor amencemejit of the third week a epoonful of ;oil-meal and molasses may be given to leach fe^ ed ; a: quart ofv boiling water being tur|ned on;to the meal over night and ulao Hh the morning to form a mucilage anjd ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

THE ttONG OF INDiPE^DfeNOE^DAYi ' ;:. • ;^. ¦ - wi$yyi)U i' r\V^- —i*— " - -*"i .,. BY GE0RG^,BBIl|tEN8NYDER,f',. . * %,-v' . ¦' i " i '--'<!' f ?\ >''Vf l ^ *¦ ¦!">n '* V'-'!' ''"-" With pomp and show, and patriot speech, 1 With loyal song, and shoot and ciieer, From North to South, from beach to beach, We celebrate our hundredth year' I , | In answer to Columbia's call, ¦ From all the ferthest^gones of earth, ^ ; Have come our foreign brothers all, To celebrate our day ot birth! ! I : ; . . " -• -.i' .'.m.': *¦¦ •!' :i ¦',""' •'" In every wind's a martial strain, And cannon rend the vaulted sky ! And cheer oh ciieer is heard again, And countless banners wave on high 1 „ IV. It is a day of patriotic pride, ; ., And will not pass away, in vain ; ; If Truth and Justice stilLabide,... ¦ -,.. Our sons shall see this dajnagara 1 j v ' ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ ,..,_;- J. ........., ..}- - But if our rights are bought and sold,; And modern statesmen shame bur past, And aH is ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Being Cheerful at Home. William. Crownsheet while mating hia lunch daring Saturday noon hoar at the Y*Hey shops unfolding a tempting piece of cheese and saw 'the'flowing'lines wlrfch attracted his'! attention on the newspaper wrapper: j "Every man who wishes to cherish the loving hearts of his boushqld* will lay off the care's of b siness with his working clothes, and carry cheerfulness and smiles into his home."•••¦' ! -1" "Now that's a right sensible piece," observe Wiliiam,-critically. ;'Tm blamed i| I don't try that thing and see if it won't help the old woman's jaw and the young one's yowl/' :' ,.,'"'"•' /Ashe came near home!>e in the evening he put on a smile that made his emntty face look like a potato the wheelbarrow had run over, and going into the house slapped down his blickey, jerked off his dickey, and danced a small hornpipe on the kitchen floor^ all the time grinning like a man having ' a tooth palled and ending by throwing his arms around liis wife, as s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

.;' \ a A^«w oriji'^B^f^i^i-.y'.; • ¦ • ' . . . i > * • *;- , ¦ , - ¦• •;. * , - Having occasion to go on the Acklawaha boat, I noticed a pafey elderly wo^ man, with very white h»ir, who kept herself aloof from the excursionistsj and by accident I learned that it was. the wife of Henry Ward Beecher. She was going up the river twentyrsix. miles to a settlement on the St. John's called Beecher, in honor of her famous husband. She called to Palatka on Saturday—possibly from the residence of Mrs. StoWe,Mand> aiin; though I wouldn't like to vouch for this— for "the Beechers are peculiar," This member of the family, is said to have her peculiarities. She is an old woman, now—probably not less than seventy—(for she is considerably older than her husband)—and as her aspect.is that of a woman who suffers from an inward pain that reaches deeper than the physi cal body. Some observers, seeing her sitting there alone on the steamer, might say she was borne down by grief an...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Charloito Cushman's Will. Charlotte Cushman's will has been admitted to probate. It is somewhat surprising that no public bequests are made, as it was generally understood that ft high school in Boston, named after her, would be remembered. According to the terms of the will, Miss Cusbman gives to the trustees named in a certain conveyance executed at St. Louis, Dec. 20, 1872, all property, real and personal, t j act with therpowers and discretion previously defined. Out of the net income sums and annuities are to be paid as follows: • To her brother. Charles A. Cushman, $1,500 yearly; after his death, to his widow, yearly, $750; to each of her nieces, Rosalie and Mabel Murpratt,of Liverpool, England, $750 yearly, until their marriage, after which, $1,000, or if her needs demand it, $1,250, all payable in gold ; to the. three children of a half, nephew, Alexander Cushman, namely^ Susan, Charlotte and Alexander R. Cushman, each $333 33 yearly ; to a half sis-: ter, Mrs. Isabe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

ttLEALOAF.!J,- , - ¦ ¦ -„ » ^ ¦¦-¦¦» ¦ v BT ANXA. SHIELDS. ! ; I. i - -.';—L^—' '.'-'< ^TTALF A loaf is better^than no bread, Jl Charlie." j " Little Mabel Castleou said this wistfully^ her eyes, as shtf spokie^ wahdered' to (be cradle where two curly heads were 'J^g"But when one has had a whole loaf, May, one does not exactly relish.the half rations you mention," said Charlie, moodily. But his eves followed those of bis wife to the cosy "nest of i the twin babies. '"•. .-i S1 "It is'a bad time ©f the yiar to be out of a situation,"- said Mabel. after a long silence. "And how many of whom we know are idle! It Would not be easy to find emplovment now," "You think 1 had better remain with Mr. Muffin?" ¦¦'•.' "1 do ! Tell me exactly what he said to you." ' : "The substance of what he said is this: • j . • 'Business is so very djull vthat he is obliged to curtail his ejipeuses, and he nunt discharge some of his clerks, t have been with him for ten years, and he was please...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

I .fcold closed in New; York, on Monday :*t-1.12f.-- •¦^..:'".':-:-- :i.: ¦'¦'. ¦¦'•;,'-f_li'-!' '.:\"'o-."V.. ~ The Knights Templar demonstration Wednesday^ at JPhilad^lphia,' paised1 off v^% successfully. ^Ovej; one hundred : c^n^eries, num^ 7,500Benights^ were in line, and the procession vjas over twohourspassing a^iyen pbint. Afrer ttiarching through the principal streets the line was reviewed opposite the Mason icTemple by the; officers! of the grand encampment of the TJnited States* and the grand coinm>nderv of Pennsyl^aiiia The streets were thronged with spectators, and^ husiness was, generally Suspended,, : / ¦- - •¦:.-,¦ , ¦ ^ ^WA TSON'S ATTORNEY FEE. ^ We are utterly surprised that (Hon.) W. W. Watsonv should attempt to falsify • a repord heiias made as an attorney, arid Which is open to inspection by any one Who desires to satisfy himself of the truth of our statement of last week that he had entered a number of judgements at the last April term M court&g...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

% ; \ General yiews.^r[%:/ CommoQore Vanderhilt is ^mending again*;.;/H:;"; ,:v ' .-¦'¦¦: '\^-0f^\' • I)r. Hetmbold: has'coroprbhiised with nisi creditors for forty cents on the dollar. ^ierittn,!the well known American ai--mqrer, has just sold to the Servian gov erijment 6J0,000 rifles. ^^i^ i. A. Hbltzclaw; late revenue collector at iAtlanta, Georgia, is reported a defaillt4to the iamount of $13,000.,; iCVt - The department of agriculture of Georgia hkve discovered the cause of the blight of apple trees to be a beetle the siie of a oommoh flea. ^ - -J The American residents inParis.have started a.subscription to raise funds for the celebration of the Fourth of >July, andfbr placing a marble slab with a ^ dmmembratiye inscription on th« tomb olvljafayette. '. . , '[ ¦ "'¦ . ¦ _.:-.-:. ¦/,/, ¦ . SThe^dals to' be awarded exhibitors at ttie ceotefnniai fair will be of fine bronze, five or Si^t inches in diameter, denoting relative grades of mierit, but all being of the ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Advertisements Kf^w this | Woek. TJI6SOLUTION. V ; ! Nbtlco U tierdby given that the partnership batween Chdetcr Wright, 8. «,-= Wright, A ^ W. A-jSonthwellis dMolvt'd by tbutiial corisent. w;' A' 86uthweU havinijtbonght of S, R. Wright and rental of Cirest«r Wr ght, their entSra interotts in tv&\, flerponi.1, ano ro ied property, will continue ttie buaineis as nsnal. W. ;A, Southwell.ls o eetlle debt» due to and by the conjpany. The accounts mnft be settled on or before July 10,1S7C* Ajl accounts nntettled at;that date will be FpiBced in the hands of Benj. Glidden,: etjq , ol FMendavlUej, for irumediate cOliection. j; j„ -¦..TOi - -:.. O U£»TEU WRIGHT, -'¦¦*¦ ¦¦ ' •' !•• ¦ " B. jt. WRIGHT, •. , ¦ i.' i W. A/. SOtyTHWELIir. ¦ - V\f"8-1 -M^^ffl6 V18?6-'?^ ¦' i - j-' :--"---: : ¦ «OTHrjS O'P'-Bt&Ksiu, f:^im ;4^/;ft:Hi^:=/,^^^^R9^ •'.¦¦'-. "I -.'J'-r~ -L :•!•: \* ,,?.:;"''v.,si/.;.. f;;-vj-;y.| i- v:^^;-^---! ¦>;.«<¦ . ¦ ¦:'/ -'.^'V;v'ir:ti/:--;.-«i.£v •...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

QOOBS1 GOODS $\ |Va: - ';;•!- . : . . - -. '^GfGpkiau- SlAsrdLexl y-jf!^i-"" ' ^ Hh JaJtt' reoeived ur - ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' ' CLOTHING, . '¦¦-.:¦"*,:¦• ¦-. ¦ \>' '"--'^ \ Vf.v -,. ;-. • \ >• 1-.-'-',." i '• ¦.-•>¦ - 5- ''¦ ¦:»•' ^V /--'¦' - ' i'- ' ¦ ;" b At prices to n\t toe terd ttawt, iHS'SBTtS; W& mwmim ? ¦ - ¦ . - - ¦ ¦ ' ••!-. '¦ AlBO»flnollnoof. DRir aoop,5 •v'.Hi^ACAPB; BOOTS AND SHOES; YANKEB NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, Cheap for cart.r No charges tor •bowing ourgocdi _ v WB1 ^Iyden. New HUford. M»y »d. 1S1«.—tf. \ qpUNKHANNOCK MARBtE WORKS. BURNS & WHITE, ¦ '.. ''¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ * ' 3f anafecttiren of aad De*Jer» ia ITALIAN & AMEKIHAN MARBLE,^ MABBLKASD SEfWrKMAHTLSS. SCOTCft & A MEXICAN GRANITE] * A Specialty. ' ¦ **? ' o ^ ffrcemeteiy tou Enclosed^r P.C.BURNS, -, - - Ow>. WB1T1 Tnnkhannock. Pa. Jan. 1». ,1876.-iy | tf ODES DE PARIS! j . .-•-> ¦' i -AT-; _ FL o 35 E5 JL.X. ES»fi», FRENC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

f^HE llEMOORAT; At M0STB0B8, »W«J'^ COj IP*-. M ¦ a-jLwiiff^'*8d:B,TJSfl^ ;' ^/..jfj^rfe * PBopBiiwoB8;^x ; ; * v jtt*^Dollata per Year ia Advance. vt>6^VERTI8ER8:-T bb Dbmocbaf as an advert iafng medium ia unsurpassed in ths section. It elrculation la constantly incrbasing. and ^ lts' "vewsicg tat^a waBonable. Rate* will he given at our office or bymaW ¦ - , ,- ' :'-..:-':-•-1..- *;,• - -¦* '•.-• t'--J. JOB PANTING :-Our office Is «PP»j4«2?tvne' oritttlne preaaefctogethet with * large variety ofitype, tartiwS fcuCylnkaT etc., with whidh we are prebM^ any cxrmpetltorain atiy section. «W*U*ff**£.? esfimatercheerfully given at our office. Work ordered by mail will receive prompt attention. • i ¦ .El''.Bi ''aAWLRT.';' V";'. .-'•'>•"# CR1 P^^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

ES. "17. E '^ZZX^tt/: Manafactwer of;/; ptTGCrt, feCiNCOJiD, ^I^T(^,ANbi SIDE-BAR GEARS. ¦ ». ; EYENERS, SINGLE AND^DOUBLE WHIFFLETRBES. BODIES OF ^^ LAiM^ S^ JOBBING, &e., bONil P^^LY E /T,CTIO>Y; ' \;' Montrose, June 7i 18T6. : ° '¦¦'', Wilber's Direct Draft EuSEtAMmm '.. '¦ >.;.o"'-....lf-.1;.- •':.¦•- ¦ ''- ••¦: . r.. -it- IBM - .¦;.;•. -.-. - Best DIolwer In the Wprtd; ^ ,v''", ''*.'¦ ¦- ' ' \ .- . ] '' \ . ' ; ' — '¦ Fannera SAVE twenty-five per cent, by using it in ' gathering their hay crop. W; ALL WliO TRY IT BtJY VT\ : Extra pariaarWinterehangeable,. .. ; ¦ ¦¦¦' . i'- ;.;.., ,;;" :"'--.; Our Agents iave a roll snjpply always ¦ jl on hand. - .; n .-.,,,. -.*¦>. ..-; ^ :.; -r-\y ¦¦ • ¦ ¦ Send for cireuW and Teadmo iabt to-towan^ Kureka Mower Co! ,, Towanda, Bradforo Co., Fa. 1 j R. 8. kBABt.B.lAft, Monttoee, Pa June 7,1878.—8w ^ : ,'¦ ' " - JJEWFIRM, :¦; ;: /..kEw' ^ pODs,/ 1-L*' ¦ .,,..[.•.'..;./' ,NEW,PRICES^ : ,.- ¦¦;; ; •• t/''';;'.^'";...

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