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

¦ — j (mm ^s*-"^^ ' ¦ : * ^ Asparagus. ' ---i'; -— ' •' '¦• To make an jafsparagns bed all that is to'bedoneis tjjjdig up the soil about 15 iaches deep, wjith a very heavy coat of well rotted manure mixed with it; then set the plants about 18 inches apart with the crowns abopr2 inches under the soil. The best variety is "Conover5 * colos* sal," yet some asparagus growers contend that all varieties; can be made to grow large by good jcSdltivation. Plants one and two years old are suitable to set, but none older. When the roots are long they may be shortened in for coftveqi^nt setting. In the fall, cut down the "stalks jeven with th| ground, and cover with barnyard litter,; mixed with manure; as a winter protection and fertilizer-

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

Trees for a Lawn or Door-yard. What a gr^-at mistake farmers and ownerf of village residences, make, by neglecting to beau tify their homes with ornamental trees and shrubs! When we travel through! the country and through villages, and see houses located in delightful situations/ with not a tree around them, either ^or fruit or shades, we are compelled to ask mentally, "are the owners insane V [Why, for every handsome shade tree around a' genteel, or even a jjood, comfortable house, costing perhaps a'dollar^ origirjaJly one hundred dollars areoften obtained in the enhanced valr ue of the place) ^vben it is sold. Soft and hard maples, elms, European larch,mountain ash, weeping willow, willows, evergreens, &c., are all obtainable at a small cost, aiid they tend to render one's home attractive.

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

.:. ¦•-¦'¦"- •- iX-abels..- •••.- _ Durable labels are very useful in gardens to name Varieties of, shrubbery, and fruits. They can be bought ata low price at Seed stores in large towns And cities.— A coat of white paint should be put on one side of them, and when the names are written on- the paintedf sides: with a lead pencil* they will be legible for sever, al years. They^^ should^be attached with fine wire, and renewed as often as neces^ sary.r.,:.-;-'Y'-Y'r;-1:""¦'• - y." ;¦ <¦¦¦ y. yy-yy

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

THE CROW BY MA.RIB LE BARON, j :, t ! Winged Gypsy of the upper air, iow weird your croaking cry.; , t i jjow lazily, on heavy wings, you drift to nkyward oy! your nest haugs in the towering pine, hid in the soiubre green .'"; ,_...' ,; Tbai scarce will let the arrowy beams of sum-1, mer sun between. ' Cry out, strange bird I Your wild; sharp call is' sweeter tar to me • ¦-:"•' Thau many another song. I've heard of earthtaught melody ;• • J It bears me, on its broken»iVrain; to^childhood's happy dayl . ¦' | - * ¦ ¦ • When, 'neath the hemlock's branches low, I v dreaming, idly lay; ¦ Above me wandering breezes broke the feathery limbs apart; •;- Like shuttles, yellow sunbeams flushed through hemlock's emerald heart; ; Ko softer couch might empress find than leaves that, fallen down,; ; f-"<i^n?; :V l^y matted: thick together^ fragrant* pillow! dry. and brown- I i T ' 0, Uicre I dreamed when life was young, arid care seemed far away-— J How could I know it waited near t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Two Mighty Hunters { , . i -- '..'¦= -i ¦ . ¦ . I . n ; - ¦ "I hear they're having , great goose hunting now over 'on Tjong Island," said Mr. Magruder, yin the | boarding house* last night. "Are they ? I never; had;: much luck shooting geese," eaid Nrj. Alagrnffiu, . "I suppose not/' sum I Miig'ruder, compassionately, "not rn ciiusi-d to firearm*, hey ? I never rend jabout geese but what I think of a day's spurtj I had down on Shinnecock bay o; e day last year.•¦--.The geese.were flyii!g'thick,;}«iid itook my V gun and-'* , ';."'''¦ . "YourJV gun,what is ;tb»t?" interrupted Mr. Mugmffin. ! | "You will learn further on in thisnarrtttion,"t;insWTCted M»gi;u!der, continuing Wis story—"and went dawn there. One morning we saw. coming up from the South what I supposed! was; the biggest flock of pigeons that ;ever'flew. They came along in their nsjial, way. flying in a triangle, with ihe leader on the point toward us. I got a, fisherman to help me hold my V gun, and I took aim and ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Bald Headedn«*s Mot a Crime . He wa* ten years old.; He had a red nose, tears in bis eye|s,; ragged clothes, and he was awful sorrVf ; "It makes a shiver run Up arid down my back when I thinkjof this boy standing^n a streetcorner ;and^ calling pedes trains names," said His Hotior gravely.; "It was in fun,'* wailed the lad. "Think of calling old men 'bald-heads' and the like of that. 1 I "Jim put me up to it!"? : "I don't want to saw him intwov and it's, too late to use him; for fish fealty but this boy noedSTeforming?' 4Ji 'v,';-. > "I'll reform—I'll re!form'/'called the lad.- - ¦•;.* ¦ •.•• •; •--]|v!1--.-rV' r: ¦' ¦': "I.don't want to serid |him to prison; and yet I fear he will' tjarii out i» very bad bov.^.-" .••--•; • :¦:.'•:[• ¦ 1- ¦ . ¦'"!' ¦¦¦¦ - ¦ "Try me—try ; -mej-i'll - never call names rio more."" ; j j | !!^ Hiu Honor left theicjhair, walked down to the boy, and puttih|f a hand on \w head he aoleninly said : f i ^* "But a bald headed man isn't to blame f...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

A WOMAN^BRA^RY EOUERT Ellis, almost immediately ifter his marriage with!|!pre;tty Mary Biake, had departed with his young wife fr-ra his pleasant home in the New Eng.-laid States for the wiids of ithe far West> which just then was fast becoming the fair land of promise to all adventurers of wry nation. The voung couple were accompanied by Eo'bert'sl sister Kate, who, like the good sister shff was, had mi all the old friends, and even the lurunes of civiJwsed life, to shaije with her brother the trials and perils of establish-H a new home in the wilderness. Afrw mouth* previous Bobert bad cleared a tract of land in a delightful valley, and erected and fereished a rude ' jutsrongaod comfortable log house, sd «'« there was wry little for the family | » do when they reached their'destina-«»", after <lay8 <0f weary travel, but to Wtledow« «quiet^y to4he! .pursuits of the »•¦» home duties wthioh had devolved up-01'them. ,1 .'. *' . A single year fprbduced many c...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Jhe Semocrat. FUBLISHBD BVKUY WTONK8BA.T MOKHINO, at Montrose, Susq'a. <ty, Pa., bt\ KAWXiBiT <5b okxTSBIt ¦ ¦ ¦' - ¦¦¦» ' * "¦ • ' ' KDrrj|«S & PROPRIETORS,. At two Dollars per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—Tub Dbmoobat as an advertising medium Is unsurpassed in this section. It roaches the Fanner, Mechanic, and business man. Its Circulation is constantly increasing, and its advertising »«tes reasonable. Hates will be given at our nmjce or rniall. • - i 10B PRINTING:—Our office Is supplied-with four tinting presee»,togethet with a large variety of type, • -orders. Fancy inks, etc., with* which, we are prepared ido work in the best ttyle and at prices lower than sy competitors In any section. Hamplcs shown and jtimates cheerfully given at our office. Work orleriby mail will receive prompt attention. v » ,B. HAWLEY. .'.."' W^ OJ OEUSER. I ¦ 'vi National Democratic Ticket, FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, ..' ¦ .- ¦ I . ' i OF NEW YORK. . . iOR VICE PRESID...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

1 31 W1UL THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. ' T» ;~ n,;»u ..... *',.;„.. *i - .^i „.>.,„-.. «.t,„t tt.„ 'it 19 VY 11.11 UUlClj^UCU JJCMUC «c announce thfe unanimous nomination of this distinguished Iudiauian as our candidate for Vjice President. In bis own State he basibeen -for'many years.'clie favorite eon, a] great favorite through the West, and universally popular. The convention performed its work nobly, and we have, as aj result the very best ticket it was possible to present. The /Democrats will go into this -.contestlull-of hekrt and courage. We feel veil assured that with two fhtich standard bearers the victory well jcertainly be ours. The cry of "Reformjand relief" which has been going up ajl over this broad land for years wil^beansweredvwhen Tilden and Hendricks are inaugurated. Let us work for that auspicious day. ,, The Democracy has put forward its two strongest and;ablest representative men, and if it fail with them it will not fail^ discredjtably. It is &. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

AdVehiseniMB- Ne«r This:Week* ^ VSSKpEE'aSALEj. .uOu? < .1 ""' Oir.JEt.e«.i' S»tc*t«>,' . - r- ., -i - •./ '•.'•..'. . . Notice 1* hereby given that in pursuance and by virtue of an qrder of tne Court ot Common Plea* of. Bus-: quehanna county to ns directed, we will expose for sale at public fendue in Bcdokdale, Liberty township, Susquehanna, county, on ¦ ,.'¦¦... •.. Wednesday, July 2«J» 1876, at JO o'clock a. m.. the following described i pieces or parcels of jl md, the estate of Alanson- pbalker assigned forthe'benefltof hi*'creditors, viz:. The'firml .situate In Ubertyitowushlp. Pusquelianna county. bounded as follows: Ou the north by lands of Knight, and Munson, on: the east by lands of Wm.Jessnp and D; J, Murpheyjon he 6cut,h by lands oi.P. P. Butts.fMr. Gaige and: the Riney creek, oh the west by tonus of Liboie Rotes ond'ttrasal Ros«< P. P 'Butts and the turnpike road i Containing one .hundred and fifteen acres of land more or less, on 'wh;ch is "a dw...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

HIP—IPy HURRAH!! -• - ._. ¦¦¦ Never in the history of the Democratic party did sticn a weight ot responsibility rest upon its leaders and representatives as did upon thosewho assembled in convention at the city of St. Loouf!on.the 27th' ult. As. we said last week, the whole country was looking to their deliberations for the nomination of Estatesman worthy to rule this| great republic and for a relief from the ofricial imbe cility and corruption which menaces its existence. Tne people were emphatic in their demands that not only professions of honcstv and reform must b# expressed in simple and straightforward^ declarations in a platform «pf principles, but that the men put upon it must be* the practical embodyment ofj thosQ principles, to be known and rea4 °f all men^ To the nomination at Cincinnati Of a candidate without a purpose^, upon a platform without a meaning, St. Louis responds with the nomination of a candidate whose name is a symbol of un flinching reform, upon a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

..'..J; Tlie Platform. ' n'al settlepieot of; the controversiespi civil | war, and ilolure record our stfadfast, con J fidence;in|4be perpetuity, of iepuhlican! self-government; in absolute aequies-i cence in ] the will of the mafority, the! vital r^rihciples of, republics:; in the supremacy of the civil over military authorr Ity; io iihe ;totali xeperafeioti ;M church, and.Sfatj$ for tbe > sake. alik,e of oivjI and] religious freedom ;ip the fqmJity ofiallj citizens>before •niist-laws-of tb^ir;.own| enactmeilt j- in .the • liberf y; of iqdi vidual cpnd«c> [unvexed by :s;umptnafy^lawrtr: in!the ufitbful edncation of>theorising generation, that they may rpreserve enjo^ and transmit these best conditions i>l huinaii happiness and hope. We behold thenobl^t products of & hundred y*-arS vf changeful history but while; upholding the bond of our unioii and great charter :We, the] delegates of.the Democratic party of the United States -in" ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Tn A the"est ol Albert G.B^jnolds.iate of Bfoofcitntirn dee'd, Letters of Administration in the said e»tZ& haTing been granted to tne ondenlgned ail pertoMoir ing said estate, are reoaeeted to make immediate n** * ment. and all persons having claims against said estau are requested to present them without delay. w E-G* W^IAMS.JAdminlstrator. July 5,1818.; »7w6 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE^ *t\. the estate of Biram Boy colds, late of La. throp. Sueqnehanna Connty, Pennsylvania, detfd Lettew of Administration. In the arid estate havnur been granted to the undersigned, Ml persons owinS said estate are requested to make immediate payment! and all persona having claims against said estate an reanesteti to present them without delav. LUC1NDA A. UEY|IX>LD8 Jnly 5,18TO. S7w« Adminltttatrlx. A NNUaTbINANOIAL St^crnwuf jlJl. the receipts and expendirores of Jackson School District, 8n*q'a County, Pa., for the year endliw June 5th, 1»76: ^ :;', &BOUP...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

GOOD WORf AT S^. LOUIS i TILDEN AND HENDRICKS-HONESTY AND REFORM! St. Louis, Ju n^> 2r.-^Tfre ^ pbyenlibri reassembled at 5 25. %^(>e fdrfmiiifttee; orr credentialTepr-rted t^^theESi»tevWpreS geiitedmiduo contested Heats., The report was adopted with amendments admitting delegations from the District of Columbia and territories,.Without votes. Tbe report ot die comjnitt^et ori^pety manent organ ization was^ea^ commendJing Gen. John A. McClernand, of 111. for permanent president,! with a vice president for each state. The report-was adopted. After a short address by the president, Mr. Belmont^ p\ .Newi'Yjqrkf reafi- a se^ riea of nsclutione, arraigning the Republican party aod appealing to; the American,"people to.forget tijhe civil war after eleven years ot peace and put ah end to Seetiotjal Btrife. fie accompanied them with some earnest remarks. The resolutions were, referred. \ Adjourned until 11 to-morrow,' V i I ] I":. St. Lqui§, Jtyie ,2$c—The .committee,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

r;:i ^:^/:;;l,Q00;MEN.WANTED,aBJIIED^ ! with Greenback*, to bnythiB;beBt made, caslCBt-nmnlng, and most durable Wagon ever made lorthc money. i THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTOOF PLATFORMS, OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES. AND PH.ETTN S, EVER OFFERED TO THE V CITIZENS OF NOR HERN PENNSYLVANIA. , \ Parilcnlat attention is called to onr Standard Platfo roe. We claim to make the beet Family and Farm Waco* combined, evei offed forthemoney. Bach Wagon Warranted as repreeented. We employ none bntexoerlenced meichaniPB.; Selecting be«t of etock for cash and pay cash for labor, and we have reduced the pricea.aa IoIIowk. No. I, Pla«orm.lK Spoke, \% Axle, \% Spring, m Top Bngglea, Piano Bor or Shell body or Broad ' ' \ SSeatB, -'¦ - ¦ •-, - - - - $11500 Box, with Enamel Cloth, Top and Damuk r . AadforTHmmlng^to^BreakJ,. «b^ ffir^othing WmrnlnfeliS S ^^VS^S^^iiX^%»^ ^-ton. ^ther top and Broad cloth Trimming- • AddforTrimmlngV$6to$8;Brealc$7. Patent Whetlg, .- ¦ . . . . |J000« ^^^^^s^^tmm »-^'ite$^ #js terfl!s '...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

\YPAT-WE j ;;. , . ;'.. . ¦ , .' . - J That Uopbottom is a thriving Village, romantically situated amid hills on the D L & W h R, and contains! five stores in fnll blast, and that Jeffere & Blakesleehave adopted the ready-pay system, which explains why they are selling gopUs boTow. '- ¦ 1 • CODFISH, only: 6 cents per pound. ASHTON SALT, by the sack, $3.25. BARREL SALT. $1.85 P0R.K, 12 cents per pound. FLQTJ R^-the; be^t-rper barrel, $7.50. LORILLARU fine cut shorts, tobacco. 40 cents. j LONSDALE Bleached Muslin, 9 cents. UNBLEACHED! Muslin from 7 to 8 ct^. CALlDO, best, from 5 to.7 cents per yd. CLOTHINCr, per suit, $8.50 to $16; : We are almost DAILY RECEltlNC NEW GOODS, and constantly keep on j hind everything nsuallykept in Country Stores. Give us a call, that we may verify onr assertion. ' ;' '¦". .- ¦ • ¦ i- ¦ . ¦•'¦:.- ¦ \ . , WE WANT TO; GIVE YOU MORE GOODS (to take home) FOR $10, THAN YOU EVER HAD BE-! FORE, ISINCE THE j ' . • ! - WAB' 1 • '- ~ i * * JEFFEH...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

j^EW FIRM,v' .';.'/'". ¦,;' !• ¦"•';'.. * ' NEW GrOODS, ; j NEW PRICES, Wm;H. B6YD & Co., (SuccBcfoa to Boyd & Cob win,) i * , V DEALERS IN - 1 \ .I-.- ¦; ' .. ;.. ^; Cook Stoves ^ Ranges, Heating Stoves: -":¦•'¦:" "; ' ~~i~~ . '.?¦•. ¦ ON TJIME, Is the name of a new Cook jstove. just out, containing a new principle in baking, I and is destined to. make a revolution in tht construction Of Cook Stoves. Come in and see it. i r , - - . ; THE ARQAND, j Asa heating stove stands without a- rival, in beauty, durability and economy. Come and satisfy yourself, and get names ol parties now using them. . • ¦ »" ¦ f . ' - .; ' TIXWARE. •' We take special pleasure ir offering to the Wholesale and Retail Trade, our desirable supply of Tinware. We use none but the best of chjarcoal plates. OUB WOEKJIEN ARK EXPEEIENCED ! IOUR STYLES AJfcE FAUliTLESS ! ' GOODS ABE WABBANTED! And we dejy any to proauce better goods for less money. ' < I ! - LAMPS. ._': A full line ot Lamp...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

£J R.LYONS & CO., ¦ ." ' , .' ;: ... ¦ ? HAVE RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS v TO THEIR STOCK OF CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, DRUGGET ¦ ' M-ATTINGS, WINDOW ' (SHADES "];'.'' PAPER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL CLOTHS. COTTON YARN, COFFIN TRIMv MINGS, - l . • ' ..: . . ¦ ¦ - ' . " . ' . -!" ¦ ' • PLATED WARE, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS, DAMASK, REPS, ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICINES, . ,'i ¦ ¦'¦ ¦' ¦ . . • '¦'¦; - , i ' ; " '•¦ ¦¦ TRUNKS. UMBRELLAS, RUBBER . GOODS,; AC.,' &C. ¦ i CALICO, SIX CENTS PER YARD! • - ' "* - ' ¦¦•: ' ¦ ¦ i ,' ' ¦: ' . ' '¦ " B. R.~ LYONS & CO. * ' . Montrose, January 1, 1876. ¦ Manufacturer of ' - WAGO^IMIS, ! '•' — 0— • -'v'J . ' . BUGGY, CONCORD, PH.ETON, ANi / SIDE-MAR GEARS. EYENERS,; SINGLE AND DOUBLE . WBIFFLKTREES. I ; BODIES -OF T H E LATEST, ST YLES. JOBBING, Ac, DONE PROMPTLY '¦¦ /:':r'^T^ Montrose, Juno7,1670.-!'! ' '• QORRECTIONK/; : ;.. i.•„.• ¦ .'¦. Rumor has it. that having been elected Cohntr Treasurer for tbi; eusitiug th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

The Limit. A colored man living in Detroit has asig'n oii his house reading: "Meals for eight, cents;.'- Tbe sign attracted a hungry man of color the other day, and he stepped up and said he would have a dinner. A slice of bread and a bowl of watenwas placed on the table and he was told to draw up. j ,. ¦ - . .'; "That's an' eight cent meal my friend." "I ain't prepared to square off in, frohtrbl no siicll dinner," growled the stranger,getting out doora. . j - , ! "It isn't np festival, that's true,,r% replied the propri'eter,; J"but when the price is limited down to eight,cents you must expect the forid will be limjted down.' to about two courses. There's hrejad and there's water, and if you wanjt to .make it ten cents 1,11 put oe the pepper box and a knife and fork." An Eastern paper having had cohsideratjlc to say aboqt "raising chickens by hand," the; Galveston News Responds. "Such information is not needpd at the South. The whole colored population know how to do it, an...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

ff: ^k&^M: --S ':i -r/->'-l'; ^-AT ^: - -$¦•¦:¦'.; - , ¦ /. ¦ ¦¦'!"¦ -' '."'¦•'. ¦ ¦¦! ' H" - ;" ''. 0 ' '' ¦' "'.."'¦¦'¦ .'.'v' mm mm I ¦•:•¦•¦;;¦ ¦ ;.v '.";:^ ' o ..,..; .- '.;:. • ;/,,,, ' • .;.// ¦ _ jpM ^ boots And shoes,, notions, wall paper, ¦..'¦;;•;;;!•; '¦;'¦;;';.'';;:STMONlRY/;r &0. ;.v-' ;•. w-r* - In ^-^ Great Bend; Pa. t3p~All goqd^>bo!nglit with care and for cash only. An immense line of BargiairiB jiist received.] ; ', > '„.-. Country Produce of all kinds Marketed in Philadelphia and' New Yotk. "Welcome" to bojth oldiind new customers, :_;,; ." t ¦-¦ yM '-X :': ""¦:.'.. <JEOi L. LENHEIM. ¦ Great Bend;; May 10th. 1876. ,; « (In Hia New Stow.) M ©IPS53Q53® , MATHUSHIK AND CH1CKEMN6 ; '¦¦' I ¦ J.;iAT"" •- Plei.X3.c>s. J, F. B^ONSOJTS JgBgfflEL NEVT1 GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. GeOIge WoOClS & Go's - r ' }¦¦-¦ > ¦¦¦'¦¦ ' ' ¦ '< - ¦ - .:¦ •> I " ¦ • •'-¦»*. ' ESTJES"^ «*> CO/8 , . ;-— ...

Publication Title: Democrat
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