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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

m mm w r-Advise to Young Partners. A correspondent, giving advice to young fanners says: It is not always safe to practice the same pystem upon one farm that is practicid upon an other the two are adjoining; much depends upon situation as well as soil I have observed that ?iry fair crops of corn have,been grown a number ot years in; succession on the tame land without the aid of a fertilizer; while on other land nearly and apparently as good but having adifferent location when farmed in corn three or four years in succession, the last crops were a little better than nubbins. When crops are rotated they are much more productive than when the same article js grown for a number of years in succession, and the laud is kept in better heart. Th*refore adopt some good system of rotation* Pl^w deep and well, always getting your and crop in the grouud in good season harvesting it at the proper j time. Early p'anting of crops is generally the best. Never attempt to do more than can ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

The Smoking and Keeping of Smoked Me<M. ! ( The following suggestions are among those made by Professor Nessler in;regard to the preservation of meat. The keeping qualities of smoked^ meat do; not depend upon the amount; of suioki|ng, bnt upon the uniform and proper drying of the meat Smoke of high temperature and moisture and the\ condensation of water upon the meat are all! injurious in smoking meaf. With hot jdfy smoke the surface is dried too rapidly; a crust, Glled with cracks, is formed, and the fat may partially liquify and the drying of the interior of the meat be hinder, ed . Bacon is often met with that is brown to the depth of an inch, or even more;simply because^ it was too warm or at times moist (?«feet), either during! the smokingjor th^llubsequeiit storing.1 It is doubtless ofljc^ssiderable advantage to roll the meat, $ir£ its removal from the - salt, before smoking, in sawdust or bran, or to Btrewit with them, since the crust formed in smoking will not...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

Feed For Horses. i The appropriate] kind of grain to be fed mast depend upon the work to be performed, if thej horse is to be driven irapidly oo it he road, then only such grain as contains a¦-large portion of nitrogenous food should be used such as oats, peas, wheat-bran, oil cake, &c. Probably the best ration for medium-size livery horses is 8 pounds bay, 8 pounds oats, 4 pounds fine wheat bran, and 1-2 pound of oil meal, per day, 30 cents; but frequently not more thanv 20 cents. .This small amount of oil meal should not be omitted, as it will, generally prevent constipation, and assist in the digestion of other food. It is much better.to regulate the bowels of the) horse with food than With medicine. ^If the oil meal does not keep the bowels sufficiently free, use occasionly a lit£le steeped flaxseed. This is much safer \ihan j linseed oil, as that is liable to be adulterated. Rye or barley meal may be substituted for a part of the oats. . • . For draft work wit...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

. f •* ' ! Setting Milk. To say how, ojr in what kind of pan to set milk, would [perhaps be assuming too niuch, but I will say, without hesitation . that m my opinion, the poorest and most laborous way to set milk is in the sixquart pans so commonly used. In our dairy we use thej«Empire State" pan, and have never seehjany other kind for which we would be wilting to exchange. Under ordinary circumstances thirty-six hours is long enough for the milk to.stand before skimming ;| in cold weather it may be well to let iiV'.remay-k twelve hours louger. It is not advisa^fe to let cream remain on milk too long, exposed to the air, simply to increase the quantity at the expense of the jbutter.' There shonld be considerable milk skimmed with thick cream for churning. If you churn-very thick, stiff cream, the butter will have a dull oily appearWce, while, on the other hand, if you halve considerable milk with it, it will bavjj a clean, bright look. When cream is kept from one skimming to ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

JnTOTIILNG IS LOST:r ^ / Wlierp |s the snow t !,¦ y; 'Tis notlorig ttgp ' : . ¦ ,.-;. j .'< ItcoverM the earth with a^vfcil of; white ; ] v\\Te heiird not its footsteps soft and ligb|ki Yet there it was in theJinOfning br ight I; 1 \ jjoff it hath vanish- d away! from sigliti. , Not a trace remains • ', V;'.-.. In fields or lanes.; ! ; Where is the frost ?j - They are gone arid lost—The forms of beauty U gaily made,^; The pictures rare on windows, an^d,/ ., «Be silent," it said ; the brdbt obey'd.' The frost work's wild picjtures all did lade ; At tbesmileo^ the sun? All was undone. , '" Whereis the rathl? , :•" >i-Pattering it came^ .-.-" j Dancing along with a mer*$' j&puncl, I A grassy bed ia thtffieMsUfcf$nnd }:•¦: ;J .V Eich drop came on tUerobf.^ith a bound. ffbere is the rain ? It hath lett the ground ,.r. What good ha^it donefi,^ v- r ;'" Going away so soon?; ."" Ever,ever. . ,' Out best endeavor?. ; ; j.?' i " J Seemcth to fail like the melted ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

THE TWO BACHELORS U WAb in the sammerof'^l;that Jack 1 Ffimrs and mVsell, *.beh%ay bachelors (if thirty, weary with the business thai hmi Mirgf-d in upon us duntig the wttifer mojiih&t ton^^h^e^yas^imail ihMtiag in the Western Highlands* with. a view of recruiting our wSstied energies in a pastime of which we were both Very i 'iuii. I admired Ferrars almost passioniiely. He was a Hue, handsome fellow, nth yellow lisir and blonde^ moustache; »nd possessed the gentlemanly manners and easy flow of conversation which I tjteerned above all things. But my attachment tp Jack was no mere passing idmirfllioii of hi£ brilliant pfirtsaud fascnating manners :. it dated as far Nback is when we wer& boys at school, and had foneon in an interrupted flow ever since, Kf-ngthened by. the test ofitime. We bd, moreover, ;• numberless j things in common, among the moat, important of *bicli was—we Jwere both confirmed Widow; in good troth, proud of the name—bachelors who never int...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

THE CLAPrTRAP PLATFORM* ; The Baltimore Gazette makes these pointed'allusions to the clap-trjap platform of the republican party. ! From^ first tO last there is not a single line about the.white American-mechanic wholes triads this country what it is; who went into the army with a musket on his shoulder, and sent his sons there. Where is he considered in the platform in the convention of the party recently in session in Cincinnati? Nowhere, It is the Chinaman and the negro. V In the pfattorm we have glittering generalities about the men who fought the rebellion, but the main portion of it is given over to the negro and the.Qhinanian. To day thousands anjd thousands of white Wen are starving. Their families are without bread. Factories are idle; mills are running on half-time. No word is said in the platform lor these starving men and their statvlug wives and children. Inetead, wejiave appeals to dead and by-gone/isaues; to the Jute war; to the sahpol'.qriertiou ; to the righ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Advertisements New This Week. AiDiIiNISTEA.TOltS NOTICE.•; In x*l.. the estate of Jared Baker, late of Brooklyn, Letliers of Artmimstration in the said .estate having been granted to the nhderBigned.all ptreot)8 owing said estate are requested to make Immediate paymerit, and all persons having claims against said (estate are r;quegjcd to present'hero withoutdelay. . j A. K, TEWKSBt'KY, Administrator. June 28, 18VG. : " ."" . 26wtt . rnXECUTOR'S KOriCE^ Whereas, .L i hatU r* tcntimentary: to the estate Of. Isaac CometoCk, late of Liberty, dee'd, havlpfi beeii gr-nted to thef,undeT6i"ned. all persons indebted to said , estate are requested to make immediate payment, and all per »ot^he.ving claims against the same, Me requestea to present them without delay; ' • j ¦ ISAAC COMSTOCK, 1 Execn-! MARY A. STANFORD f. i tors. Jane25,- lffJ6pdiv ;i: • 26w6- v IpfNA'NCIAL REPOBT OF THE I Silver Late School Fond, for the year endirig June ¦ 5U|,18W:;. - \<y\ y, ;." ¦ .•:,.;'...:" ;;...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, of m Jl School Directors in account wiin$rldgewiterDl8-trictt --:.;--- ..-.'.- .,•.¦'':¦•-•'. '-^a>;;V.1f- . ¦'';;-';-" Number of mills levied, 6. ' ;^ii; :*ii ;'- ;;-.\,.-,;¦ ¦' ¦ ....•'.••.- y/,yy,y':yyMy:-y State appropriation.................'.^ 4166i; Balance otthand from last year......; 45040 Collector's Duplicate..., ,..,. 11,58585; From Brooklyn.. i 1810 -i. ¦ V ¦; . '¦',-.• .ir -—-i$2,46C49 ,.{';¦."-.;', v>,••--.-.••>¦:,'¦;;.?iv;;Cjvi..; :.;;•' Expenses furnishinghbusM.....,/,.;$ 8200 Repairing houses. .;....... 28318 Teachere'wages..,. 1,87500 Collector's per ccntago....... .»¦;'.... .. 26 . Secretary's salary.................... 25D0 Treasurer's percentage......... , 3753 . ) ¦ ¦• ¦ ¦ -; '"¦¦¦. :-'|LW4'78 ¦'¦ .'¦ Balance on hand........... .....!......V'.j;r $47077 SV. C. CURTIS, .-•>.! . BULLARD : Secretary. Treasurer^ •'] June 23,1876. -',-'/" :":' ''•""] •'(-¦• f\ NNIJAL FINANCIAL)!Sratemeat of Xi the Rush School Di...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

^y«AT WE naiiRmiien! 'fhat Oopbottom Is a thriving: Village, romantically situated amid hills on the D L « W K R. «Dd contains five stores in full blast, and thut'Jeffera Si Blakeslee.have adopted the ready-pay system, which explains why they are selling gooas so low. CODFISH, only 6 cents per pound. ASHT(>N SALT, by the fr»ckr *3.25. BAltREIi SALT. $1.85 PORK, 12 cents jier ponud.^ FLOU H—»bp hept—r».«r IwrnC ¦17.50. LORILLARiJ fine cut shorts,' tobacco, 40 centgi » LONSDALE Bleached Mnalin, 9 cents. UNBLEACHED Muslin from 7 to 8 ctg. CALICO, bear, from 5 to 7 cents per yd.-CLOTHING,! per euit, 1850 to $16; •;. . ' , .'¦ J We are .almost ;¦•.-'. DAILY RECEIVl^Gr;;NEW QOODS, and constantly fe'eep on hand everything usually kept in Country Stores*. Givena a call, that we may verify our assertion. :.••.•,... , WE WANT TO (rIVE YOU MORE GOODS (to take hi.me) FOR 110, " THAN Y OU EVER HAD BE-- FORE, SINCE THE WAR, * JEFFEHS dc VLAKESLEE, ' Hopoattom, June 21,1876—8w MEW CHU...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

SOME THINGs\ABOUT HA YES. The Cleveland PlaindeaUr^ leading public journal of Northern Ohio, says: "Hayes was a member-of ..Congress in 1866, when the salary-"iif Congress was I raised from 83.000-Uo.'.$5,000-"by being meanly tacked upon the soldiers' bounty bill. This steal was worse than the back pay grab, for that was put through on its merits in the house Gov. Hayes, then a member took ihe bach pay, and drew the pay up to trie time his successor took his seat. When he came before the people for reelection, Get}.. Henry. B. Bann.ih.g now in Congress heat-Mm 1,000 votes in a didridhcretofort stroihjhj Republican:. He was then repudiated 'for his unfaithfulness to his trustl, in putting his hand' in the treasury,atiil-taking money that he was bound to guard, against all such peculations."' j - A level he;id hii. Senator Lilt AI. Morrill. He has b^en nominated and confirmed aa SecretMV of the Treasurv, but i ¦ ¦ - j hre still; retains his seat in th^> Senate, while ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

% HE lEMOORATv X^ ..." <J ¦ f- PuBLisnBti Every Wkunksoat Morniho, at Mostbose, Susq*A Co., Pa., -bt iBLAWLBY cSc ORtJSEE' ¦V V '.'-EDITORS* PROPRIETORS, K . At two Dollars per Year in Advance, jj \ TO Al)VBRTISER8;--TBBpKM00BAr asan advertising medinru Jb. unsurpa^ed in tula Bectlon. It reaches the Fanner, Meclianic. and bualneet.bobn- Itj circulation Is constantly increasing, and its adverting ?«te«'rea3onable. Bate* .will, be given at our o%e or -' vmall.' '- .• i • ¦ JOB PRINTING:—Our offtcolB supplied Avlthl four rintlne prea8es,togcther with • large variety or type, o?der8, &nk8: etc., with *h cli wo are P»gfc»* ido work in the but style and at prlc-a to^*to» ny conipetltora in any eectlon. ''^P''^.0 ^,?"" ttimaiea cheerflilly given at onr office. Work order-«by mall will receive prompt attention!, B. HAWLEY. '.' - '. "'". W. C. CBUSER.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦ '¦¦ ii Tlie TwoiThIr«lr KiUc. \ - '•¦ ;:;S?' ITS QRiaiN-ERl^U)ENTIX|i^ELfccdtONS FROM THE TIME OFJ JEFFERSoNJ ' uqwa, H ."'-.- ;;':--v Sir: The action of the Miuihe Dernocracy foreshadows an attempt in -tne St JLouisconvention, to abrogate the t\Wtbirds Nile. In view ;6£:thevjdiscrission whiehithfe effort will;;occassiotir ahdj ;par-^ licular'ly since s'6.m^.v-;.: .i^i6ap^r^iiensiori seem to prevail'as to the prigin; and policy of this famous regulation a brief review of its history may not be withbut interest and instruction! ,.'..._.;% »; The congressional caueus^itself borrowed from the;po(itics; of' England) was the original of the national convention. In 1800, at Piuladelphia, a caucus composed of representatives j and. senators nominated Jefferson and Burr for president and vice-president of the United States. , :: -ry X ¦;' ¦ ¦¦:.*: \ ' 'V'.",. ¦->; ¦; At Washington on the f 18th of January, 1808, asir ailarr caucus nominated Madison for the presidency 5 and ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

; j A Lyon Captures a Child. List Wednesday several families; of emigrants, traveling to Oreg'h by wagon; camped for; the-night r.var-Poh:t;of Rocks,;a station oh the Union Pacific, Mountain Division. f liji the dusk of the evening, the childreij were at a play ^1 shpr*; .distauc- from the wagons, when a piercing scream, proceeding tram the bevy of juveniles,]alarmir.g the camp, arid called; thte m- n to theIreecue. They weremet by the frightened youngsters^ who said one of their number, a two-year-old girl, had been carried off by aii animal. '! " • ^rom the description given by ithe chi|dreu and the size and shape of if he tricks, the beast was supposed to J)e a mountain lyou;; A dilligent aiid excitingj search for the child\was kept up until midnight, but unsuccessfully. Meantime the mother of the child: Was ravii-.g in ^ most frenzied manner, rejecting all hop3 of the recovery of thp offspring, au^ refusing to be comforted.. i .-,.•. At dawn-Thttijsday morning the search w...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

:': : ; ; 1;0Q0 .MEN .W^ with Greenbtcke, to buy the best madeV eaflcet-ranrjlng, and most durable Wagon ever made f or the money. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTOO:F PLATFORMS, OPEN AN© TOP BUGGIES J AND PH^ITTN S, EVER OFFERED TO THE, CITIZENS OF NOR HERN; PENNSYLVANIA. , Particular attention i» called toour StandardPlatiforme. We qlatm to make the best Family and Farm Wason combined, evex offed for the money.. Each Wagon Warranted a^repreisented. We employ none but experienced mechanise. Selecting best of stock for caen and pay caeh for labor, and we have reduced the prices, aa Jo^iwa; No. I, Platform,lX Spoke, l«Axlei IX Springs Top Buggiea.Piano Box or Shell body or Broad 2Seats, - - - - r ,-, ;$!»(»• . Vox, with Enamel Cloth,Top andDamaek • ;> Addf.rT^^ ¦ ^^^BrSdi^hingTrh^^ ¦ ' ^ fffi^ffiSaW^t^^ Broad cloth Trimming• • AddforTrtaming,;$5to$8iBreak$7.;.;.-..,.;, : '. gweBt Wbeblf ''-...'.¦ ' ' ' " " *,000° viWe claim this the^ mprtconvcnlett and, dura-; ' Manufactory' at Spnngv...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

JJEWFIRM, -J ' -'-/y^<\' '¦ ¦' v " .'new;goods^';"; ::;M' • ; ' ''- '¦ . :,;.;;:;',.;;;.;;;sbw;pkioes,;' ¦ '( >iyyyyyX::-:;::y-. -¦["-. .. : • . , ¦ - ¦ • ; ; t W^ai'B^; *-.,^,'' (Strcth:; sou to Bovn & Cobwik,) . : ¦ , j. DEALERS IN Cook Stoves, Ranges, Heat- ing Stoves. ON [TIME, I* the name of a new Cook Move, jnst out, containing a new principle in baking, and Is destined to make a revolutionIn the constniction ofCook Jstoves. Come ., in and isee} t. , ^ TliE ARGAND,: ; As a heating stove etinda without a rivaL in beauty, durability and:economy.! Comeitaid satisfy] yourself,, and get names ol jmrties now using them.. ! >''"'' TIiWVARE.:y'; . We take special; pleasure in offering to the'Wholcsale and Retail Trade, our desirablo supply of Tinware. We use none but the De8t °ff cbarcoal plates. OTTE WOBKMEt ABE EXPEBIEHCED S ;0TJS SIYLES ABE FAUl/TLESS !'";"•¦'" GOODS ABE WABBANTED! « And we del/ any to prouuee abetter goods fur less money. ....;.. ' •...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦ ( ''\ :., J^R, LYONS & CO^ . .- i: ; HAVE RECEIVED • LARGE ADDITIONS '' \ j TO THEIR STOCK OF ' -\ '¦'.y-"-'' '¦ .'-':.'•;;' ¦" ¦'.' ;':'::-' .."¦• . \ CARPETS, OILCLOTHS. DRUGGET MATTINGS. WINDOW ' j SHADES — . ;. '". ; ';' '* ;" ';' PAPER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL ! CLOTHS. COTTON YARN, '; • COFF1K TRIM- ;| MINGS, ." ;! '-' . - '' - . ' . ; ".. ''¦ ;, - ¦;'- . ' ... '' - ^r PLATED WARE, DRY GO6DS AND I GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS, - DAMASK, REPS, ; ¦: ; ¦• -' ;;- -''- > ' ' ' .. •; ¦. ¦: -" -.:.; • ; ! ALL OF DR: JAYNE'S FAMILY I MEDICINES, j ¦\[ -:yy/'y .;" ' '".A''-".- '¦ . / ¦' TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, RUBBER 1 r: goods, &c.,;&c. 1 CALICO, SIX CENTS PER, YARD! j; 'f;' ;"B. R. LYONS ¦& CO. ' 1 Alontrose, January 1,1876.: ¦ >; ';

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

as- ''•W*;,; --aPTT»»:3r, 1 ¦,,....¦ . . .... ..... - , ¦ . * -' Manufacturer of . ¦ .* . ' ' ¦ . -..- ../ -•:.- . .!«: ; ' ¦ ¦ ¦ •'¦•• _ .> , WAGONS, CARRIAGES, l\ JSlelgiLis. BUGGY^ONCORD,PHiETOK,ANI -; SlPE-iUU GEARS. ;. j EViENERS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE '\ WaiFFLETREES. . * • ' '.'"'"" . "" " *.\ : " ;-L .. ' -. s ?f-A :'¦:- ~; " ,'-.¦' . ',¦ ' i BODIES OFTHE LATEST STYLES. ^OBBINGv &ci DONE ^PROMPTLY P:::-McWW^^ "¦ .-¦ ;>Montrose, June7,;I876. ; ¦-;,,.¦.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

;. —. — Mildness Cured by a Baloon. The late Agiistus Hemenway of Boston, who died recently in CuliUi was probably the wealthiest man in America. He bega:.. li te as a [shop- boy and. n Itimately established a business the magnitude of which was astounding. He rfrst established himself jih Valparaiso and laid the foundation of his colossal fortune by buying hides, wobli copper, and all kinds of Sojurh America produce sending them to the United States and bringing back an assortment of American goods. His business in a few years had become so great that he found rit necessary to return to B iston and establish a house in that city. He sent his brother Charles P. Hemenway, to South: America ta manage the house there and, remaining himself-in Boston, enlargjed his operations until the magnitude of them demanded everylmoment of his time. He even built his!own ships, and made additional profits by carrying his own goods, He owned sugar plantations io Cuba, copper mines in South Ame...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

THE PROPBjIETQRlDF, i TAYLOR'S FAMfLY MEDICINES v must be gaining renewed .confidence in the Specifics which he prepares. A'l the articles of Materia Medica which he now offefs tor sale, is on the principal of NO CURE NO PAY. Foremost ambss these valuable'arti' cles, is TAYLOR'S, CBLEBbATED OIL, lor Palm Lameness, Wonnds or bores. i\x Mao or Beait, , Taylor's Condition Powdera for Horses Cattle, TJogf, Steep andPonltry. ; ••;¦ ,'^,' • . For renovatl. ethe blood and^ystem. of all kinds or Stock in the Spring, toothing can be better. Taylor's Congh Syrup for all'throat or lung diseases. Any ene trying it will be convii ced of its merits. He also manufactures the celebrated Indian Vegetable Sticking Salve, which can be obtained ot any or his agents < A. B". Burns. JL {A. Lyon, and I. N. Ballard, are agtntsfor Montrose* ; .' !: ^ ^, ¦'¦'.¦ Any one buying aay of the above named articles and not being satisfied, Can return the empty bottle or package and get their money back.; [m...

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