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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Jarrctt and Palmer's Fasi Train to '] ' _ Y California. lOn Thursday June W, the transcontinental express train/which Messers. Jarrt-tt & Palmer, the well known theatrical managers,- started from New York city to make the trip to San Francisco in 84 hours, j A dispatch from that city under'date of June 4, .states that the train arrived at the end df Oakland wharf, which is within the city amirs of San Frahewiso, at/S.25 o'clock a. m„ 26 minutes less than 84 honrs^ aiid at 9.25 the passengers alighted in the court of the Palace Hotel in good health and spirits;- ":~ " '¦¦ Y" Engine No- 49 brought the train thro7 from Ogden, with the assistance of an additional engine in crossing the. Sierras. The time from Ogden to San Francisco was53 hours and „53 minutes. The actual average running time from Ogden to Oakland was 411 miles p-r hour. Considerable trouble was,experienced on the Central pacific froni the wearing out of the break shoes on the Pennsylvania cars and in the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Keep Load" Pencilsv Out or The * • Mouth. The Baltimore American fcays: "The Dt-ad book-keeper of a leadirjg estabish-; ment in the city was badly poisoned by patting a lead pencil in jhls mpjuth. jHe was in' the' cbunting-rdo'ni at ah- early hour, and. on beginning work used a new • lead pencil, While in ;the middle of his calculation, He inadvertently put his pencil in his mouth, as is the.habitiof mantf. He immediately^ became tin Well, withfa nauseous taste in his mouth, and expectorated considerably in order to get rid of jt ^ The sioki feeling co^tinuAl, and he became sif much worse triatj he jwas compelled to be conveyed home. A physician was summoned and antidotes administered, and relief was obtained. He is still suffering." M'-¦•*¦ ' : .:¦¦ The Philadelphia Press la1 "-rather rough on the hard,;vmoiiey. YRadic^ls, I It says : The advocates of hard- ni|h4y| m their attacks |ipt>n the advdcat«'j b of j|f)eenback8N rely to a|yery large^ extent ^|p^a|the use of ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

A Healthy Tillage. Those who esteem long life| a blessjug cap not do better than take 'up their quarters at Newton Health,1 in YLan cash ire * where death appears Yto bfe the exception rather than the "rule. A few; rvetungs ago about two hundred if reairftnts of the township who had attained the age of seventy years and upward sat down to tea together in the Conservative Hall, and had a most pleasant evening-The cojnmittee who arranged j the ^ entertatued had, it was stated made! a personal canvass throughout the neighborhood, and 1,ad discovered upward of two hun dred and eighty persons above seventy Tears of age, the average age being seventy-five, The oldest person preseht whs a* venerable lady ag*-d ninety-five, The proceedings were ...-enlivened by "hu-: morons recitations" and songs';one of thej singers being an old woman in her eightherb-year, and another an old man aged seventy. It is worthy pft^ote; byYthe British- An ti- Tobacco - jt Association that &t the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

\ A Cow's Intelligence. The Carson Appeal is responsible for 'lie fallowing "true -tory." There is; a v<miig man residing hereaboats who bee«ne inteiested recently in a) discussion a'»out animal instincts. He said he, had l»een witness of several wondeirful evidence of these instincts one of which he '•»(1 refrained from relating for fear he *»»«ld not be believed. Back in one of ¦ tif eastern states, where he was born, he f!»i<l among his father's 8rocTc'jwag'.pne''re.:. niH'rka!>ie cow.' She was a grfat pet and *«uld leave the rest of'the'" herd !for tb* f'ciety of all or any one of the faimily. '" whom she would listen ap If she undrstood exactly what was said. His wher sold his farm andi bought another "'•«»ut .three- miles distant, and this cow *"'«»Id 'listen to the story about )t and "»;ir proposed removal to* their new home ar* certain time. This cow jwasexpecte|' to become a mother shortly, or about •' * time of their remoyal; { bnt when w time ca...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Fatal Duel In Colorado. : St. L0UI8, June 9.—The duel fought at Riv^-r Bend, Colorado, yesterday between Albert Jessup and M. 0. Davis, appears to have been one of the most deliberate atlairs on record. Jessup is said to bave been the son of a wealthy New York banter,. Both her and Davis were extensive (Jealers iu cattle and so far as known the!ir relations had always been of the most friendly character. A short time before the fatal encounter they were seen together in earnest but apparently friendly conversation. . After talking & while they became engaged m hot words, and agreed to go put on the prairie and fight it o«t They bad no ^ seconds. Davis carried an improved Winchester rifle, while Jessup had a Colt's revolver hanging from bisbelt. They -walked close together arid appeared to bejengaged in confidential conversation, ne|ither one gesticulating or exhibiting sigrs of anger or excitement. Whei-i about) five hundred yards from the station, on the open prairi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

, _ -~— . A Terrible Adventure. ; Friday ni^ht, the 19th inst., a special dance was icj progress at Branson's ranch Greeji Springs in the lower end of the counjy, and jafter the dancing had got well under w]ay two young men named Tom]Adams1 and Joe Russian, stepped out^ j intending to visit a neighboring house for th^ purpose of procuring cigars for a social Slmpk'e together. The night as our readers will remember unusually dark, absolutely nothing being discernable a footi distant. Consequently-, the two men pjroceedtd slowly trusting to their knowledge of the locality to carry them; in tha jlirection they wished to take, Suddenly arid without the least warning whatever thjur feet slipped from under them! and tn;e next instant they felr. themselves plunged downward neck deep in the j slum j and water. T^iey had fallen into-an,old„shaft, dropping at least forty! feet trorn tTie edge; Fortunately, bothjlanded! ou their fe'et, and the mud at thle bottojn prevented them from be...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

"Wilber's Direct Draft EUEEIA I0¥EE '. j ¦ • i' ' : IB -THB i ; - - ;. ] - ¦ - "I. ' • . ; Best Mower in the World. ! I- - - . . ---. - I.,-, j- j : . . - I - ¦ 1 - FarmferB SAVE twenty-flve per cent, by using it it \ fathering their hay crop. I ¦• ¦'•I ^ .:¦ !: ¦",-!' ; '• ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT! : 1 '. ¦' -¦ » ' Extra parte are interchangeable. . ^;:] - y|; .——v:¦;¦¦:! Y: Oar Agents have a fall supply always I on hand. ¦ ,- ; •! j'! —^— , ¦¦ . Send for circulars and TeBtimoclale >o TowanBa Eurejia Mowe^ Co.t To^raiida, Bradforo Co., Pa. : j . j. B. S^8BA»LB,Agt., Montrose, Pa. June 7,1876i—3w .. , ':[ _^ j ¦ * •¦ > : : ' : A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ; In A! the eeti of Jacpb B. Young, late of Aubdrn townphip. Lottere of Adminietration tn the said estate having been granted to the undereigned.all pewonB owing said estate are requested to make immediate payment and all persons having claims against eaid estate arerlqneBled to present them without delay. < ; r '...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

A - : .''¦';.'¦¦ '.-'"' 'Y ""'; ^ ¦'-' ''-)::'; - -¦ '' •'¦:. - .Y*" -'*" ' ''' -'''' |H i, TMk ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ P^^H M^^B^w « ______ • ^ *^~~^~**M^^^^~--sSS~_^i^p=_-^r_ss]g~=~g3lw -^^* _^_<: ".JOCK) MEN WANTED^ ARMEl&l Y ' | with Greenbacks, to buy the best made,, eaeU-Bt-running, and most durable Wagon eter made lor the mooeju THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF PLATFORMS, OPEN AND TOP . BUGGIES AND PHJ3TONS, EVER OFFERED TO THE ' CITIZENS OF NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA; :| Particular attention is calledI to our Standard Platforms. We claim to make the best Family arid Farm Wasom ¦ combined, ever offed for the money. Eadi Wagon Warranted asropresehted. We employ none but fflmertencei !' mechanics. Selecting best of; ttock for cash and p"»y cash for labor, and we have reduced the pricea, as foUowe No. I, Platform. \% Spoke, \% Axle, ltf Springs ' ^ T«pj Buggies, Piano Box or Shell body or Broad SSeate, .•-.-.••- - •....- - $11500 Box, wlthEnamel Cloth, Top and Damas...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

SPHIUG 1876, special ; AJtsosrcnDa^ AREL BENNETT ^CQ^ Jobbers of Fine Woolens, AL3SU A JMIijliWlAi\ 1 I AILUIIIIMj MrMlUl9 , REPLETE WITH ALL THE LATEST STYLES | 'AJfiJ QUALITIES f - .-.. -,! i . ¦¦.-•¦ •• ¦ V •. All our goods have been bought within the the last few weeks,.for CASH, at a very low price, thereby en- 7<- abllng us to sell cheaper than tie other t-stahlij'hments in the city, who aro carrying stock bought at muck ^ ¦ higherrates. aprll l9.'W.-3m HAGARIAN BLOCK. Y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

XTEW FIRM, f!! NEW GOODS, j Y , ! NEW PRICES, '' Wm. H. BCXZD & Go:,; (SCCCKSBOB TO B»YD & COBWIS,) DEkLERS IN I A ' Dook Stoves, Ranges, Beating Stoves. ON TIME, Ib the name of a new Cook Stove, Just out, containing a new principl" in baking, and is destined to make a revolution in Umj construction of Cook Stoves. Come in and see it. • TJIE ARGAND, As a heating stove stnnds without a rival, in beauty, durability aud economy. Crime and iatisfy yourself, andgetuames ol parties now using them. ¦ -r^-- ," ¦ '" • TINWARE. We take special pleasure icoflTering to the Wholesale and Retail Trade, our desirable supply of Tinware. We use nane but the best of charcoal plates.: 0UB WORKMEN ARE EXPERIENCED ! I0TJR STYLES ARE FAULTLESS! - GOODS ARE WARRANTED! And we dely any to produce better, goods for leas money. Y - LAMPS.: ! A full llneot Lamps of beaatiful design. Also Chim-, neyeof every description. . , t , . -.;; ., ' - ' - • BUY YOUR WAGONS, Carriages |AND SLEIGHS, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

•""' . ...v.. "4 ''iu.--i-' -• (--'I- *->"; - The, Bostonv 4^'erto,'j8ay8 there\never has been a time when (the export ol grain from that port was so |large as at present. Oue firm is ioadiiig nine ves; se|s with corn, com prising430,000 jiush: (>1«, for Europe, and tjie tot^l/amoiint of corh'ifeingloaded for ^e|pr|Mar^^ is 400^000 '•" bushels. % A vessei^as *fe^6h recently chartered to load with a! through freightof oats from the west, and there is quite a brisk demand for corn onjoriignaceoiitil A^ill .t^prijnigaM^ jartticpor^vtherl^ a g|e mHlMM grain exports, and the fact is attributable by sotrfe to the apprehensions of.a .war in Europe. '....!:''¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

JJ^ R. LYONS & CO., y '".' '-' - . . '•'.'¦ - ; . Y. •'' .';,:¦' :Y,-.<. " - HAVK RECEIVED LARGE ADDITtONS * • TO' THEIR STOCK OF - - ''- , • . . . -. "'.•.-.-.; •' •• •' .*'.-'-'¦ -. "",* i*-.'-."7 *' CARPETS, OILGLOTHS, DRUGGET, MATTINGS, . WINDOW . Y,:Y.....;(. { SHADES-,^,.,y,;n, •'•' '- ;-.. . .--', •..-;.•; ¦ ¦ ->¦ .-¦"-:.-'. -., v-...,: /'. ¦ '¦-" ,/r PAPER HANGINGS AND YENAMELs OLOTHS.YCOTTON YARNr - COFFIN TRIH. yy- ,, -Y 'Y. ¦".>• ¦ ,MINGS,-:-. Y.hr' ' PLATED WARE.DRY GOODS AND; GROCERIES, PAINT3, om* "> damase:, reps^ >, -i ¦ ¦-!•*¦ . ¦ .. - . : -, - . - -. - . ,-. ; . .- ;-.. •' .- ' -.<: • ; • -*. • ¦ - '/ ¦ ' - :,Y-Y;YY,.;:Yi:;Y--:^V "^ TR0NES. UMBRELLAS, RUBBER GO0DS,.«fcC., &C. , ,."... CALICO, SIX CENTS PER YARD! ! B. R. LYONS & CO. f ' s jMoutrose,, Jannaiy 1, 1876. \. J UST PUBLISHED. A New and Beautiful Sabbath School Song Book! GOOD NEWS! | Good News Indeed to Sabbath ^1 School Siegers, young,...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Yr vYY*Y . BUij^ifnfi - '."'"'""" i^r"" ""¦ c^W^^'***^::"^ :.-;""-"--^; \ ' .-' ¦' .'•' ¦ Y".a cosTfc^rOK«.a.,YC. fY-•- ¦ -.:'.-.'.-. --.'.- ¦ in ' «T i»i,ijiyi'.?r'ai;)f>..;-;':!.:;.-' .---''r'. In tbe flash times when dlt-wells were the . .. ./--.;o>..(heme .',,';,--'^^^¦ ¦ ¦^^y^VZ^Z^ " Whereon alj^teftrj^ng; minds !were dweil ¦ ¦.'''-'"'¦¦ •''''l«."li' Y" \ j;' "''¦'"y;i''"",V"">''!i',''i'"") ""'"'¦•• "v .J' '¦'-.' <^-..V.W&' ./' '>^«?.f-.V 'X/v'i //v,->.v--¦:... And every sj^ulator'a fondest dr'eahvr {\; Saw great Bctt&eWi^ Y The.fat ofrjalm^ brotjhiplu^ -Spontaneously n*om,hi» ;ovm w^l aptttelliBg, Twelve gentlemen oy money mjtkiag bjent; v Assembled Ib^n upper chamber 8pft<$ou9i to listen to an e^rprisirifcgerii ; Yt :'MWhile/he to themwould make it evident / Mtfcb money might be made lor a little spent By any One sufficiently sagacious 5 To furnish fund, by hiurto oe invested ' In a location he himself b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Stark Twain's "Geological Sped-. men." '¦'|-' - '--*.-% ...¦ _,.-.» ^ -' ¦ « • ' ¦ .' An article recently -.puBllahled in tbe Hannibal (Mo.).Courier brought up iu a party of gen-\ tlemen twcrof whom were Messrs. David Dean and; William Brown, oi Ralls County, a conversation in regard to the early youth of Sara Clemens (Mark Twain.) > Several very amusing anecdotes were related about Mark when he was a small boy, among others the following: Mark had a constant- playmate and chum, a boy about bis own age .named Napoleon Pavey or, for short, Pole Pavfey. (One warm spring day, the two boys" having got a holiday, Mark shouldered ah old flint-lock _uske't,and Pole an old squirrel rifle without any ilock at all, which hejCarried along, as he-said, just;.«*-**'? looks of f;h»>uing;arid wi>n» UuoK-nuhting over in Sny Bottom. The boys hunted faithfully tor several hours and succeeded in killing a chicken-hawk and a crow, after which they commenced their homeward mar...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Explaining; Hie Finances. ¦ .' ¦ »< - ¦ - Jake and Pete were met by Dan, a sort of negro sharper, at the Capitol building yesterday, when a general conversation took place about the! hard times. "Dar now," ««iiti Ptte, hoW»a «p a nalf-dol lar.r»«t«». «<d«« is nity cents, and dat fifty cents didn't getjuear 'nuff for me to reach .him 0nt.il I'd put in'half ob a good squar day's work." "Dat's de feet ob de dismanidzment ob de finanshil condition ob de country," said sDan wisely.'- v - "How'sjdat," asked Jake ; "what's de finankal condition got to do wid a nigger's wor'c ? — Tell me dat." "It's de contr&ckshum oh de money question, you ^ see. 'Sposen we jis Tedooses -de matter down to de.argyumif t" urged Dan. "Lemme hear yer arguy dat pint," said Jake' earnesllyYaUeniiye. .---.* "Well, now, dar is fifty cents in Pete's hands, yer see!'' "Yas.'Ysaid both bf the listeners. "Den Pete lends dat to me dis way, yer see," taking the note. "Yes," they answered. v...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

The Srii]ul Chamber. .He was tall and awkward, and she was short and bashful, but both wore a nervous aspect oif exceeding great.joy. They entered a hotel in Chicago, and after he had registered his name "and lady,"-he said to the clerk : "See hcie, mister, me, and my wife have just been spiced, and lam going to show Amanda, Chicago, if it takes a mule a day. Now give us one of them rooms like theTemple of Solomon, you know." Y ''.':<••'" The clerk called a row-hoy, and saia,"Show this gentleman to the bridal chamber.'' At ibis direction the tall rustic became instantly iexcitedY , "Not; by a- darned sight! Ye shiny-haired. bile:shi|ted, dol.lHr-brf-ast.piuiicd.grinninifr roonkey^ye^an't iplayYthat on me'Y If 1'am from the,eountry, ye douU catch i»e and my wite sleeping'in your old hamess-robm." And thev left thehotel., '.-.-"..'-" Y ;' ;•> ;. " ''-yjfi-\-\Y-.—:—"•-'«*--«^,'--.---•. ..; -.;,.\;., A.Wisconsin ^ man may not be relied f^» bis ^;^pe ! rpcent,deqisi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

• _¦*-*.- .1 - . .. -.-.:.-:- ¦' - - • ; .'¦ ;;:M.:4c:vr/T.tiKkEMAips\ "\ y^yyvy;-' . JNTDTTU" ;;: ¦ | MM ll]ij||!-!! New MUlord, Pa., :";;YyY;-Y';;yv,\ .,-Yy--Y" : Can bo fonna tbe largest and beet a»-: ¦ : eortment ot Furniture consisting of : •PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING ¦ •" ..'¦'¦¦ , : ROOMj, AND HALL : -:?-,;: :o-:'. »'•' rURNITTJRE, „ ¦;¦: ••;-,: : to be found In the County, all new : . 1 •:.,''.. : and of the latent patterns, , ;- . ;;;,:;v^v •; ..;.-¦::' - :. ¦.:¦¦¦¦¦ : lV and will be sold very cheap for CASH; All goods warranted as represented. ! y' "' -' .]•' . '. ¦' ¦. Y. .' " Y .-- ¦¦ }';.-- ¦¦!.-..} H. & W. T. DICKERMAiT. , Y/Feb:ii5.ie76,-4m.;' • Y -Y v. ;l -.- .'. ' [,.{' jpop 1876. .;^'; '"' : :;.., • " J -;" j jdB PRINTING j i ¦ y.'-= I A specialty., '••-,- -| -Y ; With our four presses, a large assortment of plain Sand fancy job'type, borders, inks, papers, cards] etc., and experienced workmen, we are prepared to<lo '¦¦"-. : AH] Kinds of Job Work at...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

A. S. MINER, mNGHAMTCN, '•' •: ' . ' . -;" !. ' .;• "' . - . ¦ • . ' ¦ . . " . : '- ¦ .". - .-' "•' "'• - ••¦ ' ' . ' . - ' » , I _ WHOLKSALB DEALER IN . I \ BR0^^r^^ 5^^ LAMPS' ALL GLASS JiAMPS, HAND LAMPS, BUKjNERS, WICKS, SHADES,. SHADE HOLDERS, &c, &c mi Sf III 01 liT AM) COMMON f I1ME SPECIAL ^NDUOEMENTCS IK V j /^ ALSO, MAN0FACTUREII OF; ¦ '. :-i- '^^'^-AJi^/vj^ ; ; >Priee* O^mbkd ualoto cw any Harm in Soutliern. Jfeie Y frk,: . ^ ^frc " ** j—" ?fo»»>P«ly Atteaelca To. ^ Uarf^sj^^ '/ ' -'i^s, jtjin^B. Lar^;^o/^-^^ OomepeUott - •;: ;Rot« '^^•j^«M^Wtii^^^^ fc'rRtwKK. " ^j.V/-..';;^? |f ;'.-.--..'s-}:;i,,|ni.• >H; 'wrAu^ -V'^MV--.^"^^:..: 'HU-. '*&$) ;-.r..'u'l' ^i.?:;' .'- ' ' • •"

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

v/y^' i "' -—:—O-—— .' ¦ .-'-'¦,''¦ UKBl ilj ItSI ISOlillBIl II1 BBm i v':" ¦¦¦""-: '.- ¦ - ly^y* ¦' -•¦":; a •''.' V ^0 ; ¦' - ': ¦' :-:' ':,:.' ;':'•." ©RY <50o|4, PLpTpiNG, HA11 pil> jpAPS, 5 BOOTS AND; SHOli; NOTIONS, W^PAPEB, ' :£;:; ;;- ; sTATiONERy, Aa;'; ;:;Vr; - :.-; In flie ''LEInHEIM- BLOOK,'* Great Bend, P& t^*All goods bought wi^i care and for !iOuh''':onJyt..-;::iLnimnieta: 8^ line ef Bargains just recehTedij ., ..;!.'..'•', ; .;; \."'if ;\.^'^':^'yt':.'. ~' '.' Country Produce of all kinds Marketed in Philadelphia and New York. "Welcome" to both,old and ne% cnstotnerB. ' v- -..._ ¦-» ¦.> -^¦:y'-:y%\i\^:^-y':'- GEO. 1^ LEKHEIM. Great Bend, May lOth, 1876. ,r (In Hie New Store.)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

1804. ¦!''!¦ ''-: '\'X87e, THE POPULAR DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE '. *-•:¦ "¦ ' i '¦'':-' .' \ ' ¦ • '-.-..; • €>_» ¦ ' GUTTE^BURG, ROSENBAUM & CO., iB'ptlllih Montrose, bolng eetabllebed nearly a quarter of a century, and intend to be tnethnr; , Are earning tbe '*" largest and moet complete AEBortment of Dry Goods, Ready-Made Clothinie, 4c, Ac. of any other flrrn In tt» County. Oar facilities for boying In large quantities of first banda by tbe original parkasef, auc ! y havingi reaidenr buyer constantly in the market,is sncb.that it makes it almost an impossibility for any new or old deakri to compete with ue in prices. , : i ,.-'.- **•» afi 8. Dessaner, having just returned flrom New York with a large t>tock of feaconaMe good*, bought for cash at the most favorable rate*, prices being so tempting that he beught heavier than u*ual, aud mobtly at large Auction Sajei». We will.can and ehall sell them at astonishingly loj* flgurea. j. I OUR STOCK COMPRISES A...

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