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

' 8!?lBfliffl|i f iiilB. ¦¦¦ MA7HUSHEK AKD CHICKEPIN6 "* '{ ..I-.-. . ¦' nrrft,- '^la ^'*. -r"*"*-- ---" - —»i MUSIC £ JEWELRY STORE. t ' jMBHa ^^HS| A LARGE A880BTMBNT OF ¦. :^H^ngB4H gold and ttt a rr»riTTT?Q American , __^_BS_9^_ B^_HSILVER W A 1 UXl XLlO &FORKIGN. \ ^^HQHi_lS^^H AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF CLOCKS. ^^_i^B^_n|_^B^ - JFJL-JSTJSi •T3BXNCr_3XjXl.'^r V_|___HHR_9-_V Of all Descriptions: J . v ^^^^SIliTiZsyyt^SiB~*^^ NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. George WOOCiS & Go's, '¦'¦'- ;-~7" . . O". EBTEY d) OO.'S, ' GREAT REDUCTION IW PRICE§ : ThisSprin* : AND OTHER ORGANS. -L- J. F. BRONSON, AG?T, :j£3£££k'' :''.^ .'• /£j&ffi&l . wholbsalb and RUTAiL. '"jSmK t '' ^^mSBt 'mumcai*merchaivdise ^***^^^ ' . ", . Of all Deacriptions. A FINE AgSORTMENT. gHE^T j-jbio, . mSTRUOTOK BOOKS, | ^- Watches, Clocks,jand Fine Jewelry re-«_a etc, *tc, ete. _ : paired on short notice and warranted. Brick Block, - HIOWTROSE, Pa, Fine Engraving done. March ad, 1876. .-, ...

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

jgOIW §^Wg; WE CAN MAKE HOME HAPPY. Though we may not change the cottage, For mansions tall and grand, Or exchange the little graisa plot. ¦ .; For a boundless stretch'of land—-'¦•'¦ yet there's something brighter, dearer, Than the wealth we'd thus command. Though we have no means;to purchase ; *" Costly pictures rich and rar^h- .-,: •;-. ? Though we have no silken hangings For the walls so cold and bare,i We can hang them o'er with garlands, • For flowers bloom everywhere, I j We can make home very cheerful If the right course we begin { i We can make its inmates happy A i An<Ubeir truest blessings win; | -,... It will make a small room brighter j If we let .the sunshine in. | j¦ , ¦ We can gather 'round- the fireside I When the evening hours are ibng-j- ' ' We can blend our hearts and voices ; v , In a happy social song ; We can guide some erring brother, if: - Lead him from the path of wrong., We may fill our homes with music \ And with sunshine brimming O'er, ! v ...

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

ABOUT THE OLD FOLKS Do young peopie ever think that "they will be old ; that they will soon fed that the grasshopper is'a burden, and ftar is in the way ?—Only a tew short years ago, that aged man ahd feeble woman were youug, strong, and full of life; their loving hearts were gushing with tenderness and care for the, little ones.who now stand in their places. Do not jostle that aged couple out of your pathway,:but, rather, lift them with tender care over the rough, declin-. ing road. You may have forgotten, how,carefally they kept your tender feet Jroin stumbling and with what care they watched your advancing steps. But they have not forgotten, and the time will come when you will be reminded of it, by the love you have for your owe little ones. Will they ever hand you the same bitter cup to drink that you now pour but for that aged lather and stricken mother ? Verily, "with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again." Think ot the anxious days and nights your mot...

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

SPEAKING OF THE COMMODORE —»«—— i The Rochester Democrat says Commodore Yanderbilt is worth $40,000,000. Daniel Drew says the Commodore is worth $100,000,000.— The New York Sun says the Commodore is tbe richest man in America. As a draw back' to all this we find tbe Commodore 82 years ot age.' Would any poor young man take the Commodore's years lor bis money ? .Doubtful. if that be so, stop growling at Fortune. The Commodore with all- his wealthj has not been able to purchase one day of perfect health in twenty-two years. Every hod carrier in the State can show a better' record than this. To* toe rich, without having health 'to match, is wry.much like owning all the food in the vorld with only an appetite for oat Straw and molasses. ' • •¦'' '

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

ANOTHER MAN INSIDE Only another man inside. The world moves on just the same as ever, The New York (]m)\ rrmial Advertiser remarks-: The late A. T. Stewart 'died April 10th. Totoy the same carriage; apd the, same span of bay horses, at the same hour in the!afternoon, coiue down Broadway and circle round the marble store into Chambers street, there to *&it at the door precisely as formerly, when the great millionaire was in active life. The °% difference is that now another man; gets inside and there is another man on, the box.—; The world moves on as usual. "Anbtuer man inside" tells the. whole story.' Such 'is life. , Absolute, peremptory facts are bullies; and ^ose who keep company with them are'ript>to f*t a bullying habit of;mind. ;';" K , ..-,..7: Drink water. From water. Venus was born. Jt is the mother of beauty, the girdle of earth, &«d the marriage of nations. ,'--There are more sorrows Of women than of tte"'. just a§ in heaven, there are more e...

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

VEGITATION AND HEALTH The English Gardener'* Magazine says: Our instincts lead us to delight in flowers. Th«ir beauty and perfume have irresistible attractions, for us. We hay^ little dreamed that we were thus led to surround ourselves with objects which! most powerfully conduce to health. No doubt I there are certain members of the vegetable kingdom which are exceedingly deleterious; for, not' to speak of the much- dreaded upas, the West Indian mauchiueel, and some species of the American rims, there are some of our common sweet-scented flowers, such as the mezereon, whicli has very injurious properties. But recent investigation, has proved that those adornments of our g»» rdeiis for the presence of which we so crave, are, as a ru!e,endowed with health preserving qualities. Oxygen,,when highly electrified and so rendered^ especially vitalizing, has in recent times been distinguished by the name of ozone.— This is oiie of the chief elements of a healthy atmosphere. Now.centu...

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

CONVERSATION. —»*— ¦ The fact of a man\ being a good talker pre-,, supposes a good audience, and a good audience is becoming daily more difficult to obtain. The reason may be'easily understood by tbe reader of Boswell: > Johnson, we may fairly assume, was the best of all English talkers on record.— Now, Johnson.was surrounded by a little court of familiar friends, each of whom sustained a well understooJ chaiacter. A party such hs Johnson. Burkci, Reynolds, Goldsmith, Garrick, and sO on, was ] like a company of actors each ot whom understands the power of all his colleagues, and is able to co-operate towards the general effect. They could understand each other ; the httntdrist was in .no danger oi being taken to speak; seriously ; the man of special information would not have his petj subject snatched out of his mouth ; the tender points of the irritable man were thoroughly understood i and his jlriends could, avoid giving him unnecessary offence. On the other hand, the...

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

ABOUT BEDS As wjb snuggle between the sheets, and lay our beads on a soft pillow some cold winter's1 night, it sometimes seems as it nothing but a luxurious couch Of this sort could be worth calling a bed. Y;et a large! part of the world couldniot enjoy it if they had it. Our own ari-; cesters Reposed iri much: less luxurious fashion. In Eastern countries people commonly spread a.net on the flatioof of their houses, aod make thht their bed. In Russia tbe top of the stove is the bedstead, jin both cases the sleepers do not undress themselves.; In ancientEgjIpt—as still in China and japan —wooden pillows Were in vogue, hollowed out to fit tue shape oif the head. Bui the ancient Egypt'taiis, whil4 on account of the: heat and vermin, they preferred bard pillows, are said to have considered [their comfort at night in the indention of spVing mattresses. These were made of strips of bamboo crossed, over each otber, and must ^aye been as cool, if not quite a8 8oft|and yielding, as jth...

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

bccUPATION Hdw many persons there are in this world whotentireiy ignore tlie golden iearoh for genial occupation ! They are almost constantly striving alter Something which is entirely differeqt from\what they are capable ot enjoying. We ^ire nqt oppjosed to enterprise, but it is the habit of cohstao tly chartging from one thing to another against! which we protest. There are thousands of mien, and women too, who are toddy last approaching the grave, and who aje striving and tailing to keep soul an|d body tbgethjer until the! last hour, because it has'been their habit all liirough life to be discontented In tber time they have tried perhaps one hundred dffferent tjhings, and all with little or no success ;vwhile,iif they had chosen one pursuit and-devoted their time and attention to it ex clusively , thevjwould'to-day.in all probability, be spending their declining years in ease, surrounded-with 'all the; wants and comforts of }ife,'for there is'scarcely a single pursuit tha...

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

GLASS. ¦ -in1.' L «¦-¦ - ".''-' The discovery^of glass was no doubt, iu the nrstl instance, accidental. Whether credit, is given to the statement of Pliny in regard to its origin or not, it is scarCBly conceivable that in the | manufacture of pottery, and. some others knojwn from the earliest periods, tlie materials '- j '. '•- ' - of which glass is composed should not have code togetherj and have been, fused so as. to have become glass.. His account is that glass wasj discovered j by mariaers, wbo, compelled to seek the shore jis a refuge from a severe tempest discovered glass in the ashes of a fire with which they had cooked their" food.' Whether this event ever happened or not, it is quite cer tain that it might: have happened, as the sand of many beaches, with the ashes of some kind of fuel, would, jwhen fused together, inevitably lorn? glass, as will be seen upon a consideration of lbs composition.; -:,..

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

ORIGIN OF [MAHOGANY FURNITURE About the eighteenth century a; West India captain brought some mahogany logs as ballast for pis ship^ an i gave thera to his brother, Dr. Gibbous, an eminent physician, who was then building a house.: The wood was thrown aside as too hard f'T the workmen's tools. Some timje afterward s his wife wanted a candle box. The1 doctor thought of jtbe; West; India wood, andjout.of thatj the box was made. Its color and| polish tembted the doctor to have a bureau made ..of the isame ,mHterial,, and this, was thopght so beautiful tjmt it was shown to all bis friends. The Duchess of Buckingham, who came tu look at it, begged wood enough to makcttuothef bureau fbr herself. ;.Then the demand arose for more, and Honduras mahogany bee im^a common arti.ple.of trade. ./..%;.-.;. ;I was throqgb; thej feeling of fonder, jbat men nb^vv^and"ijt.fifat Regain to; ^ ilb^bize,';

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

' tt \ -' :- ¦ ' ;. "--" ;; ;y :; . iiyiiiilttt at the abovo named placo, and tl«o w the fact that'^^gooi«boiiShtWttowa7v"^^^^^^ ; ~'' - " .'j- I :,-;:: will prote Mtlflfiictorybec«u«e , ' ..-•-.-;; ''•¦ .--': '¦•"/'• -" '.: TUU CIN BE B0OSI1T GHEAP WHEN C4SB IS SFFEBED. *-. • ¦ - ¦- . .-'•-.. ¦-.'- \ . . ... -- '- " ¦ . ¦' «¦ " ; ' ¦ " - '- ' ¦ , - , | The long continued depresaion In business circles call for cash transactions by mannfectnrers. and obods !S3_^^^^Jia&pa M.ysi.igm AVERY CROUN$E. ;

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

¦ pUKKITURE. ; ;;-, At W. W, Smitli fc ^btf s , - - f ' - i - • -¦- ¦ v, -'¦'- --!: -' .--¦¦ BxtenslveFarnitareiWarsroom you vlllnnfl thelargert . • j stock of ;-- - ¦¦¦¦¦ <y ¦ •'¦ ""f; FIRST CLASS AND COMMO^ ipiDraFtBa x txj rb To be found In thlBsection of tbe country, of his oya manufacture, and at prices that cannot lall to give satis faction. Theymakethevery best : EXTENSION TABLEfe ¦ ' •; in the Country, and ;WAKBivTthem. ; ', XJ t> lxoX«ito-x*y "^l-" o.arlUt ' ,r Of all k'nd*done in;tbe neatP«tniai.ner. " - & X»: JEIJ'-X 1 ^ Gr ¦ "33:-SB "3 '»y, - Vm X)*1 VARIOUS KINDrJ. 'l»UEE XO;l MATRASSES, : AND COMMON MATRASSES ^NDI^ • -'.-1 Tho anbscrlber win nereafter make tu^ ndenastng a : specialty ia • bis bueincBS. i Havingjuev cbmplotea a-NEW and the mtst elegant HEABbB inthe State.all-¦ t needing his services win be attended to prbmptlyand at ; eatiBftctorychargeB.,-,"^; l -lVl,-,.-: - *y';yU h;'< i i wmw.$mm&$m ¦ ,i,j^r^rp8e.P».i:JaJ»^W.»^s...

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

Q>1REAT EXCITEMENT IN MONTROSg AT .THE', .;•....'.¦',''¦: -r " | Tew Store and New tirm * ¦ ' ' '' - 'OF' ':'-:"--"' ' . '" '¦'¦ WEEKS, MELHUISH & €& • -; ¦ ' .'' j . ' ;. ¦-:. ¦ .•-• ¦•¦ . ¦•, - ;- The Largest Stock of DRY GOODS, '-;;¦.. SILVER iWAKE (BiiB^ffM ri^ ;iM;Jm Hats and caps, Boots Kept in Northern Pennsylvania, j and Slioesi, And at the Lowest Prices. ' " ' "* : '' "-.-'. •-,'.' - ^-——' " ', ' at pr'ces lower than ever known before lb Susquehanr •—'• r> i "¦•¦' ' ^m" ¦ ¦—¦a '"f" r» %'# ' na County. Not excepting prices before the war. | /\ B4. £¦. CUTLt K Y. r POCKET KNIVES, POCKETBOOE8, NO BEMENENTS t •!-."-. -,v .'¦ ..,.* . VIOLINS, STEING8, &cH 4c. Everything New and FresU at Popular -.'.¦¦ ¦ Prices,.:" :. , . -.-*'-., j : Watches, Jewelry, 4b„ repaired by 3«W yards of best prints in market, Bold duringthe past __ „_^ -' •_ ¦ „ , '_ •' : _ ' "_' • two weeks, at6pir.ee per yard, and still there ie more JB% JD 3BMC_uXbSCX7XSSC* ¦ ...

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

. ;-, - . ¦ , '. - ...: CO - jr i^\- E_a ->s& f\ •>¦—» ¦ • ¦ ^ - -i' ilyfel O OI £» c^* • Ji ¦¦¦// ) ^ ^ t-h i | -a \ jv mi yy » . ._ o^ H. 'Si W. T. DICl^ERMAN, HAVK A PULL ASSORTMENT OP s-=^_=tirsriG- tzfl^t g»voox>s. * j Just Received From New York CUy! A ' ", ^ •» CLOTHiHt,H0TS,CAPS/r:;:;:^ BOOTS A NX) SHOIOS^ i . WE MAKE A. SPECIALTY, Which will be sold as CHEAP as any fair and honorable competition will warrant. ; O^r Toxrxr*— *»•¦»-« Oamli. , Conseqnently we have no bad debts to make up for in the way oC extra percentage. Qur expenses are light, and Our Motto, CHEAP! CHEAP 1 <; tJ~fPleaBe call and see us, and decide for yourselves in regard to Goods and Prlc*V. We also have Ike agency for Mia. Dbhobxbt's Bbxiablb Pattkbhs. J H. A-.W. T, DICKERMAN. NewMilford, MaylO, 1876.—tf -,!'"-'-' —3 ————r : = ki ,.'. . . ... '¦..:'. , *.-;-;-

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

^ONTROSE"";' ¦ y 'v~— -r*' i ; * STEMA M ¦ ¦¦ " '•-.;' ;' .-v^o-^. -'."j';..;'.','.'."..,^.? OATS EOR SALE BY TBlE LOAD ;at;:the'. %'Cy'{^- ¦¦ STEAMS-MILL;'- •;" FRESH GROUND GRAHAM FLOUEy for sale at the ; STEAM MILL. > Any: Entity of MEAL & J*EED of th© besjt; quality, «tthe STEAM MIJDL. FINE WHEAT MlbDLI^GS at the ,,-STEAM^,MILL. --_ WHEAT BRANiiorsaloatth* ) ¦;,,-;-.;. ;•;;;¦.:;;:" VSTEAMnMILL. , -. WHEAT FLdlfRTi^si ^OUNli :¦ •¦¦ ;%¦ ¦ ;:' -^ OLD : Wl5ST^ittrB)RNt for sb^ingl t On a'ceount of the poor <jtialUy of nm, corn jit wnec^sisiry ioifiiecWgodd oldmk for^eed;2(jp bp,«(t thejsTlSAM mi& / AnyUwiog^ori^c^^thitofc of^yoa ^iHilnA I W-m' \*wy-:sf \smmmm^:-* Montroio, April U, 18TO.-U. ^^™ J

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

'' MAHHIA.GES, . Pickering—Smith—In Franklin, June 7tb, by Rev. j. H. Doremus, Edson H.jPickering, ot Bridgewatcr, tp Lavina M. Smith, of Franklin, , McKean—Dayton—In Jessup, June 7th, at the house ot the bride's fatherly Eld. W. 0. Tilden, C. B. McKeau, of Zion, Centre co., Pa., ami Miss Urania E. Dayton. TravisV-SteiuJng-—At tbe residence of the bride's parents, May tlth, by Key. C. S. Aiexandof, George N.|Travis, of Franklin, and Ida I. Sterling, ot Gjreat Bend Village Borough. < Mooney—IsBEiir—At, tbe M. E. parsonage in Montrose, June 9th, by Rev. W. L. Thorpe, Pary S. Mooney, of Montrose, io Porcia Isbell, of Bridgewater. ' -¦ . /¦ \ £)£]^.TCCS. Barbett—In New Milford. June 3d, Levi Barrett aged 80 years and 7 months. j Strickland—In Springvillt, June 3d, Geo, Strickland, aged 78 years, 7 months and 6 days. Lathrop—In Orange, N. J., June 4th, 1876. Georgiana S.j daughter ot Edwin and Cornelia Lathrop, aged 26 years; . ."¦'..-: Pope—In Gibson, May 29th, Mrs. Mary ...

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

Town, County*and Variety. :. ¦——The Woman's Temperance Prayer Meeting will be held this (Wednesday) atternopn.at 3 o'clock p. m...at the residdnce of Mrs. A. M. Richards. . .-^ .'-I-;. ,;:>* \--,r?/--\y ^-We see by theTTaukbannock papdtjs that the Triton Hose Company of that place has accepted the invitation to spend tlie "Fourth" in Montrose. .y- '.*,.,•, I,-,;" -:u::-.-'-.;' <'¦ «-;,;"--.:-'-'v . —Rough & Ready Band have just received J several new pieces, written expressly for them by the well-known composer, Thomas Coates, otEaston.. \, awuh^rKX \-A'r. h &**& gating: buw. brBirJgb$ir^ia%cpnf ifenlpiate going' fc* the f (Jeritenniafby watef.-They go to Deposit by rail, then down the Delaware .river.," I • ' ; 1 . ——The Centennial I Choru>, organized for the purpose of,|urnis)i_uig vocal, music for the Fourth of July celebration in Montrose, meets Monday and Friday evenings for rehearsa}. The Baptist Sabbath School will! hold thei...

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

rlA: iitlpll: | i i | . Of SMCOxxtT-Oaie. \y^y ^ ^ ¦ ' . " CASH CAPITAL. ^100,100. SURPLIJS FUXD, 86,000. To their new and conimodlon* 'Bank Bnlldlng on v-:i. ¦ -¦; v.•',,.'..?; iiPnbltc Avenue. . ... ¦ • 1 ¦ - j; - ¦¦ "' ., ;< i iii ¦¦ : . Transacts tb& burineee of MERCHANTS, PARmURs, ;-.-.-.'!;,-!--A»d-Otiier<i.'- ,fr;--^BBE8POin)E!iTCS>' New York, Jlrfet Natifirial Btnk'^hiladelphla, Vhn. ;, 4elpW» National &mk, \rm" , /WM. J. TURRELL. PBMronT. N. L. LBNHBIM, Ca»uikb. Montrofie, March 35,1876. rMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT, C. & A. CORTE5Y, BUY GOODS, ;i,...; —AND— ; . MERCHANT TAILORING, AT OUK NEW St6be, ' .: No. 2t Court Street. We would rcspectrully announce to tbe public that we have removed to our. new and s pacta tie store. No. - 21 corner of Court and Water streets, and aro' filling it with a new Btoev of goods that have just arrived. Out stock of Dreas Goods. ShawlB, etc., are of tbe. very latest Spring patterns and elylcs and pu...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Arrangement of Mails. Via RAitaoAii: Jrriii.DeparU • anUbonnock,(Daily,)... 700] m 1215m ViaStaoks: ' I - -- ::|:^ Montrose Depot,(Daily,) 60&p||i (BSnJu'jj \ew Milford.(Daily,).......... lOOOali; lSOpra Wvalusing, (Daily,)..-...............#**».200pm »rieiidsviHc..(triweekly,)... OOOpB 800am -nnklinStation,(triweekl>,)......... lOOaiM 700am Rinchamton,t!iaS.Lake,(tri weekly).. COp-pnfi 700 pm u"»tiopi>en,<tri weekly,) 1000 a niWOOp m Tbe New York, (ola Montrose Depot,) Newpilford, rankhinnock.andWyalusing are daily,; .IV TheOouklin Station mailTuns Tuesdays, Thursdays, 5The Blnghamton mail, {via Silver Lake,)runftTues',.,» Thursdays, and Saturdays. > |\V . Vri'endsville mail runs Tuesdays,T.hursdayB,an.d.8at nThe Mcshoppen mail runs Mondays, Wednesdays|and ' ?ri ay ' Additional Staoks: \r ¦ / \| A Stage leavcsdaily for Montrose Depot ai 1 ml and 'C AStage-leaves daily for Now Milford at 7 80 aim. ,„d returns at330p.m. If »na R.C.FORDHAM.P.M...

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