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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Demooralic Vigilance Commltteo. Democrat ;votes are annually loat in this county by a neglect to comply with tbe requirements of the law relative to assessments and payment ot taxes. All persona, to secure tbe rights t,o vote in Pennsylvania, must be asgessed two months betore election, and 1 haVe paid a state or county tax (either will do) within two years. In case the tax is'paid, this year it must be a month preceding the election. Foreign born citizens wishing} to vote next November must take out their naturalization papers a month before election. They must also be assessed two months previous to the day oi voting. The election will be held on '{the Tuesday next follov/iug the first Monday ot November," being this year tbe 7th day of the month. Monday, September 4, is the last-day for'bekg assessed, '..'!'. I . Tuesday, October 5, is the last!day for securing naturalization papers. \ \ y \ Tuesday, October 5, is the last Won which taxes can be paid in legal time to [vot...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Jvr^^.xift.XuA.o-xss, PHATTr-AvERY—At the residence of th« bride's parents, July 3, by Rev. H. G. flarnert. Emmons C. Pratt and Fahriy J. Avery, all ol Lemon, Wyp. Co., Pa. ;.••>,., Besy—Pope—At ihe M E Parsonage in Montrose; Pa., Julj 4, by Rev. W. L. Thorpe, William H. Besy to Julia A. Pqpe, both of Liberty xSt* - ¦¦-- ¦ ST0ART—REYNOM>s-r-At the M. E^.' Parsonage in Montrose, by Rev. W. L Thorpe, Willis H. Stuart, of Bridgewater, Pa., to Matie C. Reynolds, New Milford, Pa. . Ross—Bennett -In Gibson, Jdly 4th, by Rey. A O. Sterns, Mr. C. P. Rosa, of Bethany; Wayne connty, and Miss E. L. Bennett, of Gib son. HoLMEs-rDAYis—At the residence of Jesse Holmso, esq ,at South Gibson, July 2, by Rev, JLRace.Mr^G P Holmes to Miss Charity M Elavjs, all of South Gibson. Coleman—TS.LOT80N—In Rush, July 4, by Eld. H H Gray, Mr. Oscar H Coleman, of Middletown, Susquehanna county, Pa>, and Miss Hattie M Tillotson, oi Rash. v Brown—Ross—In Rush, July 4, by Eld. H H Gray...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Will ^ncy Poultry Pay. We often read that pure-Wooded fowls will ''shell ;onij? -best, but; sucli lmatiot WenVmVe*perten.ct?.: >;, .7 77 /, I find that lv«'DS with a standing comb which ^i*n^ieiJii''KOTiit;a^op:cbinbl'- or one witli legs not colored as the books demand or Wei sli^ some other direction1 wil' prpvukinglyJay just as v. man V as |he perfect, beauties. -Ot course .this; should nou.beso, but;8uch is flip CJ1S6 \ In fact I halve been tlie most successful by crossing the, different breeds. A fluot of foiwlalf looking like '«two7p^s in a pod." are a beautiful sight to behold, ¦tint, there thtfgreat advantage ends. It is perfectly legitimate for a person with strong tastes for lookUo gratity that taste by the perfect uniformity of his fowls, or in any Qthef jiirection ; but this.may be carriedbevor^d the point of profit. The old"Jidy who white-washed her ^coal^asver^ likely a pattern: of neatness and tnstfei but she evidently earned herhobbv tdexcess. . 77.7 In...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

'¦[Continued From First Page. ] .. impelled by an uncontrollable impulse remarked— ...'.;¦ :,ys"v -*Rex is rather an uncothmOli name, is *' *K taeaSs^ng' in '/Eating said the bov **! have got past these v names in the'third declension. My ^mma^says that a boy by that name ougiht always tp be master of, himself.'; '\:.,-j-;.:...:.= 7 -yb ! "Arid how about a;man by thatname? said P^x. hardly able to. control bis voice -Ihe Stole a look «tt the pale face on the pjUow; beside him, and? saw: the gray eyes were full of tears. .-• ^ { :, V V H am trying," she said, to in«til:}inU, my little boy's mind, the greatest otVah knowledge-the; necessity^ of; .beiijg stronge/than his passions. I was obliged to leatn my lesson from^my x>wuexpen. -nee: : 1 pray God he may be spared «tfbw.mow me.how to put in my £th?r nattief {rot iti tiie: Major, ^ nd I lkjjt anotherto^ and. see if I can do it aU. ^can make a better X tha> fhat. I know b^„l Sment? s^^^o^ sounded ^M a^ a sudd en' gli...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

To Prepare Cal>ba^ tor the Table. aim a^iou^hfiW Cabbage is an: .excellent dish when properly prepared, but as we see it brought to the table Bometinies it reminds us that there are several ways ofldoing a thing and the easiest is not always the* ^ Now instead Of cutting the cabbagerhead, m qiarfcandthrowinlg it * with a, peat, niece^ot iaimea^just;take out; the ^art jromeach piece^u ^y-^'^]t mile Pi col*A«Ater with a, hafedfnl o E^iLetWboil slowlyiuutil tender, and drlim off all the water; add, ^ piece ^{ butter, a spoonful of sweet'creamed somefepper; stir/ it up .well ^ d; serve m %oaot7 slaw; cut ;the ^abbage fine ei&rWith ^khifeVon ^he table, or put it m the Cho^ng bowl., get 4* in smalj pieces some i%then. cook flntil^nde in just endngh7^ater fo.tep it froir Znintf, When tender, add . a spoonfu „ or two of fried meat fet or butter if prer ferred, the same of thick cr^atnf vmegar to'imt the: tueE; pt&i&vm f?A- W the same. Don't bave^ it ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

",,,.v Business Oards^ v. lAR^ELLEH Ej MrlTGHEEir^PHYr xJ sician and Surseon, grnduate of the Womuu f MedicalColle-o 0! tho. N. ;Y. Inftrraary, then resident phyaickS for a jear in tbe Woman'a ^ UpepitaL-in N. Y..: after four yeW pmrtice rn Fon du Lac. WUconein, ha* located in Montrose: Special attention eiveh to diseaseB of women and children. Offlceat the foot of Main Street, -in the, ol* David Post homeetead. - • ¦_• > ,,,-„„ 7¦ .Montrose,Dec. 15j18t5.--8in*n50 V.;, ; , . ODi BALDWIN/ M: 1)1,; HOM<E ^ JLLm -pathic Physician >tnd Surgeon, has-located himself at Montrose, where he will attend promptly to ail professional Businese eritmeted to his care.-^^Office in Carmalt^a building,:second floor, front. Board? at'Mr.E. Baldwin's. Montrose, Pa.. MarchlO, 1875. F|R; W. W. SMITH, DENTIST.-U Rooms at his dwelling, «ext;door north of Dr.. fiaisey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be happy to see all those in want of Dental Work. He feelsconfldSntthat h...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

7^Btt9ihe|B8 Cards. r S. POTTERrtDENTTSTv WgljtS iJm to inform the people of Montrose and v ic.nity* thathe iVpen Sel ntly1l6c5ted, in the second story oU P.Stamp's riewbiiiWln«;oppVfciie Cooper's Bank. Att vinrtioi-Dental World done in the best niauner. . , ki N?B!-NSB ^Oxiae;iLanghihg Gass, given for the naxnles's extraction of'tecth. P Montrose, April 5th, 1870.-tf I? BACON, ^ILL THEREAFTER lV« furnish t"he cltiztens of Montrose and Vicinity, with first-class Bread.! Bjiscuit, Rolls Pies. CakeS'p.nd Cookies. Tarts, &c, &c.f &c Partis and Weddings Sfiand'qnaJityguaranteed. ^TDlning Booms np lu\ire, where .Geo.-JCalllfl will befouna ready to satisfy the cravings of the iimcr man. ;» Montro.'e, May 3d 187H. E- BACON. IVT^W MILFORlD MACHINE SHOP 1\ -All kinds of machinery made, or iurnlshed to or der-fRepairingprombilyattende^t^^^^^^. New Milforcl, May n,i&76.—ly, #: \X7 M. A. CRO^SMONi ATTORNEY TT at Law., Office, over the First, Nation Bank, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

UiscellaneoBs, PL^Il f§;i f ;mill . "V'V ' ' . • ¦ -- ¦'•'AKD-' : ' - . . .. ,. .. - . .. ¦ -« , - . -. ,.: -.,. .- , - ' > gLUM YARD! vIn order to better accommodate the community ?»,. hndersigned has established a depot for the Z)l , LnmberMannfactured at hit oewly-crecttd bnlMtnl?ol the;01d Keelcr tannery Site, in the ;V? 8 cn • ¦'¦¦•;"^ 7'!('HEA^^0P\TOWNV"-^^... 'l ' . where wu^b»kept ojoosuntly on hand. A foil stock of WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK •OAK;ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK - WALNUT LTJIMBER,, which.wlth the aid of the most improved machine-? ir<t competent .workmen; i i prepared to work into any iThani. to meet the wants of Customers.. ** ,,-,-, ,...-., -.^y -^ ,y ; WELL SEASONED LTJMBKR, INCLUDING SIDTno FLOORING, CEILING. SHINGLE AND ' T '. ' LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. C- l * "-•''v ' • .,,.'7.7 PJaniug, Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawlne done to order. ' s WAGONi CARRIAOES & SLEIGH, IVIANUrACTORY in connection witn the above- establishment, unde...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

English Hedge Rows. A letter in the Gardener's Record says: '•In this district the fields have been planted with rows and double mws of trees, anjd- fields can be gwa completely fjnrrounfted with thuge old trees, which area phasing object to the eye," but are injuribuis to tlie-crops ai^ soil within the ln'fluende of their tops and roots. All. houor is| due to tlie worthy generation of planters who planted, that future gen: eratioiiB might enjoy and benefit by thi-ir improvements; and we nidit candidly ttdmit they wefe tar in advance of us of the nineteenth century. Yet it was an error \o surround their fields with trees. Jn the first place, the roots impoyerisl? the soil as far as they travel into the fields and prevent the plow from being dble to do its work; and again the shade v0f the trees generally draws the crops-sown underneath 'or liear th^m. Allow me to give the following simple instructions for planting' groups, which, as well as improving the entire appearance ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

' ;. ANomE^B. •-;'':;.-, ¦ ghe has the most alluring eyes, 1 1A little Grecian hose ; giic wears the most bewitching guise And parti-colored hose!{; ; ; ',.;. Her touch can thrill one strangely when One clasps her in the dince ; - At least they tell me so—but then I never hail the chance. ' Her melting tohe3, so people say, ', \» Intoxicate the braitt, • And leave, when she has gonei away,, A joy akin to pain. (-"' J Her voice is like swuet music when : " Its strains are soft and low ; So those who've heard it say—but theii Tnever did, you know. I She makes the most Superb, ifagout-V Knits stockings by the score; i Knows Latin, and Italian, too, Greek, French, arid plenty mbre)! She's just the girl to sweeten HFe— -'¦•'.-' AdoraMe!-—divine! | In short, she is a; perfect wife I.": ".:'."• *-,: ¦ But then she isn't mine I.. ¦

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

HISTORICAL ADDRESS Delivered at the County \Cenlenmal Celebration at Montrose,Susquehahna Cou% fy, Pa., Jtdy Uh, 1876, by Benjamin Park, L.L. D., of Parlcvah. in compliance with Resolution of Congress and Proclamations of President and Gov emor. '••¦ •*'' ! Fellow Citizens, Ladies and Gen tlemkn : This' is indeed a proud and glorious day to our whqlelcountry; a day to be remembered. The jfJentennial Anniversary of an .act, and event, the influence of which is seen aud Telt in every corner of the civilized worljd, so evidently owned and blessed by the Creator and Governor of the Universe during the pas' 100 years, in the exteution and di£ insioh of light, liberty, intelligence, and general prosperity, that jve may adopt His language in delivering .'Israel- from bondage : "This day keep it throughout ymir geneiations." The impulse of Re publican Government starred on that day and by that memorable declaration of principles, a politic&l gospel, hasjshakt'ii every govern...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

Advert&ements jNewTbis Week. \\7HAi] IS TAYLORS CELEBRAYT ted ? electric, OIL* .:^. >V. It is a moduli preraratslou ; the chemical combination or which; Is such ns jto neutralize nnnrtiurcd properties when applied to mjan.or beast. lor ^hecarbof anykimjor patn.larnehes.»,or wounds or for anything requiring! an outward application. ^ Is It as goojrf as other linaments for those purposed t Yes.undbetter. h . ., ¦ ,<'.'.'-' -. : ' \ What guarantee do youlgtve of tuts T „.,;„„,,.„,„„ If it does i.bt prove so; alter using all the medicine, return the empty bottlo Where you got it and get your m Whoare agentsfor thebaleof thls-mediclnp.? All the druggists and dealers in medicine in Montrose and throughout the country. Jnly36,l«l0; 1 SHERIFFS SAJiES.—BT virtue of writs issued by trie Court of Common Pleas 9 f Susquehanna County and to me directed; I will expose to sale by public vendue,!at the Court Hcuse, on Friday, AutfiiM I8U1,1876* at one o'clock! p. m., the I...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

| ,HE pEMOGRA^ POBti8HBT> BVKBT WEp!?B8»^T .'MOBHI^O, , ; at Montrose, Sijsq'a C9., Pa., bt i; 3KC-A-W-iiBIT <SC OBTJSiE^ KDITOttS & PROPRIETORS, At two Dollars per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS :-Thk Democbac as an adver-»lsln« medium t» unsurpassed in this section. It n%«th« Farmer, Mechanic, and business man* Its cumulation is constantly increasing, and iti adycrtisicg treasonable. Rater will be given at lour otuce or ion PRINTING:—Our office is supplied with four SLSatKeeVltaSy gfwn at our office. Work orderiby mail will kwIv* prompt attention. ,B. HAWLBY. -;'• ¦-; W. CCBUSER, ; National »emocrati<j Ticket, v.-.-"¦'. ¦¦¦ FOR PRESIDENT^ ^ .'^SAAITIEL, J. TILDEN,.' ^}. OF NEW Y0&K. v ; FOR VICE PRESIDENT, r; THOMAS % HENDRICKS, I -..:'¦:¦:--- ":"-¦.. v--; OF'INDIANA;-, '.• \

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

HOW SHALL IT BE DONE. iietus reason together for ^ brief time. fie desire to do so with truth and soberness and we will open the subject |by asking mi r readers a few plain questions, and we simply ask them to divest tbernseives of all prejudice when tliey shall consider them. . Is there anything wrong iu the administration of governmental affairs? If bo. who is responsible for- it ? The party in power or the partyj out of power?—Will you remedy it by continuing the name class of rulers, or by a radical change and by a geueral and complete overthrow of that cabal of. official plunderers who have been robbing the nation, both of lts.financial resouifces and its sa cred honor ? Is there one instance in . the whole 'history of tile world where a li^gdom,an empire or( aN republic, has ialleuinto the hands of corrupt ruler?, that it has ever b^en rescued, except by the complete overthrow of those rulers,uot only of the nominal head} but of{the.'whole official power in' minute d t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

William H. Hinder., of; Illinois. %>y twentv-nve veins tfie.!awjpat^ fom in.'-ud of Abraham Lincoln, lias d<-i--cli-roii for Tildeii, and Hendricks. At a; ratification-meetiag- held iat Sprin^M, j„|y 8, lie declared that he, was for Til-(],mi and llendricks and {reform,; and 6ho»ld labotvfrom liow^untirNovebi^er next on the '.stump, through thepress^and through .'eViiy conceivable channel lor thfir elec'ion. His speech was received *i:h great-applause. • , . • v ¦ vx ¦ . "-¦ -' ' >v - ' ,]' ' ".. It ia traely wonderful jhoiv feudderii a change may conie over the spirit of some people's d reams. Here are the very same republican editors who not long since laiuK'd-'Satuuid J. Tilden to the skies for breaking up tile Tweed ;rin^ in the city of New York, now striving to make people believe thatthis very same Sara del J. Tildeji was a confederate of Tweed. And tlirv act precisely in the same way toward their quondam frieud John Morrisseyj, vhotn they praised extr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

ftGGS '¦ .•" -!!'•-"- • - ~ EGGV4 -M , , ! ! '- IC ?¦'••'.. ... '.. '.' .'-!..-... ' - WHITE COCEJeNS, BUFF qqoilENs, / . PARTRIDGE OOCHENS, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, I ;¦]¦¦ AND HOUDANS. ¦ \ ¦'¦..-...• j „ ¦ . | ¦ Eff^s for Blateliiiis, - - j; - $3 per 13. ¦ .V .-v -*- '¦]¦[ ': - ¦ ^"Yonng Fowls far s^le after Aricnst 1st, 1876, at reasonable prires. SU> inferior specimens shipped from my yards; ,¦'. | .; - ^ White Cocher.9. lat Premium af Jersey Fair. (Berry & Williams stock.) Bint Cechens. Berry & Williams No circulars. -'Write for what is. wanted and promp reply* will be given. - Arttjlrc «v djC'GILBERT, .. .>v; „„ . . ! J Great Bend, Pa, Jttarch 39. 187G.—6m. . - .intyPHp This standard article is: compounded with the great estertre. Its effects are as wonderful»and satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or Jaded ha.rto. its youthful color. It removes all iern ptions. itchihg and dandruff: andthescalpbyits use becomes white and clean. By Its tonic propert...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

£ R. LYONS & CO., HAVE RECEIVED LA$«JB ADDITibirs TO THEIR 8>OCK OF OARP^TS,; OILCtOTHS, DRUGGET MATTINGS, WINDOW ,,-.¦ SHADES ,. •;,-...-. PAPER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL CLOTHS. COTTON YARN, COFFIN TRIM"-" .'^'\..''...:MR[Q$i.:'/;>.,.'..;•;..'.;. PLATED WARE, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS, DAMASK, REPS, - ., v.v ¦ --:.-! =.. -¦ - - ; '¦- ; •¦ i-'. v ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILT ¦:- 'r; ;f?:-medicines, -V; : .^: TRIINKS^ UMBRELLAS, RUBBER - ^6O0DS, &C, &G. - . \ . - .' .., CALlbdvSIX GENETS P^JR YARD B. R LYONS & CO. Montrose, January 1, 1878. JJllJUSl.O AND MUSIC BOOKS! " THE SALUTATION. * New Church Music Book -by L. O. Emerson. *1 S3, or |12 per dozen. ¦ ^ n ¦ - -.•: THE ENCOKE. . (Iiearly ready.) For Singing Schools. By L. O. Ebb-'--' erson. v 75 cts^ or $7 50 per dozen. . CENTENNIAL COLLEC'N OF NATION- . AL SONGS. Patriotic songs of all-nations. Paper 49 cents. Boards 50 cents. SHINING RIVER. 8ong Book for Sabbath Schools. By W....

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

IUHFORHd YES AND REFORM! The vliule of the whiskey Ring will be pardoned iii time to work' lor-Hayep in Novtinbvr..., Avery, one of'the ring-leaders w:i!l soon be let loose.1 The Briet»\v nifii and- their'. ealutary fruits for tlif h.M'or of the country, are soon to .be f'n - farmed" into the hands'.•.ol'.tbje whiskey ring, so that I can be in line to rah for Hayes & Wheeler! ' 1 Kead the iollowingr^<^ l ', CuiCACrO, July 23.--A Washinaion special this evening eayfiStorrs and ln|;ersoll have said a good wordl fOjT Avery. Mrs. Avery was in Chicago} befdre these gentlemen came on. 'Gen.1 Grant has as much h? paid he would pardon Avery as somi as possible; that ifi Congress was not in session the pardon "would be, issded in two hours. But said Avery's friends — 'Mr. President, you would get off to Long Brunch and forget to do this." "No, I wont," says Gen.-Crabr, "I will stay here all summer, if necessary, to piinlon.Avery.'* .-. -r- ' A

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

Political .Moles.!-, ' The only way to relieve.;the people from--Granti*m is to fleet Titden. Robert Lincoln, eso^ the only suryiying ='-v. oi (he lute President Lincoln, \will t;ikc tlie stump in Illinois for Tilden aiid JIn;uricks. ' \ ' >• The Xt'w York World hardly knows uiiciher to cull Gratit. the second Washiiigu.n or.tlie second JackassouL or words U.'t'iiit effrCt. '' ' f . , . ....... '(The Boston Post purs language in the pr-pper siiape when-it says that t'iie Re-S publican party is up for: judgementj not fsr an exhibition of repentance. The campaign for Tilden and Ref''<rm bus begun in earnest in'Wisconsin. The f;i-g:il and honest Germans of tliat state art rallyi.-.g to. the "support of lilden in ahtilv. ¦ ' A - hopeful contemporary remarkst '0 irCr v.rnm'eiit has lived] 100 tears, (l^j)ite sixteen years of Radical ruler, arid ay government that can stand that r-t-d have no fear whatsoever, of nerishliiS." ' ¦ * . ' ¦ \ l!.cr Wa?clit-;r Am.Erie, a ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

FURNITURE. T " : - .-¦••-•-¦V,, --'--!: ;.-• ¦'• '^¦'-'; .-'-;':i At W; W. Smith & Son^ ;SsteheiveFaVBitnre War jroom you wlliflnd thelareck , ¦ stock OJ ; . ¦ ; \ FIRST CLASS AND COMMON / ; JF'XJii3NI X TXJJR.3B To be found In this section nf the country, of hie own "manufacture, tod at prices that cannot fail to give satlf faction. They make the very beet :"vE5^ENSIONJ TABLED In the Country, and WARRANT them. . , > :XT;i>^ii.;oi» t'oar-ar'-.- XrtT'c^/r'lat Of all k'nds done in the ne8te»t mav'ner. SPRING BEDS OF VARIOUS KINDS. PURE NO. 1 MATRASSES, ' AND COMMON MATRASSES' UNO E.'R.TA- KING The aabscriber wm hereafter make tut, adenaEtnea specialty in his business.- HavinRjuEt completed a HEW and theme it elegant HE AEBE in'.he Slate, all needing his servicer will be attended to promptly and at satisfactory charges. WM. W. SDIITH & SON. " Montrose-Pa.. Jan. 81 iot3.—noo^-tf. MANHOOD : HOWx . LOST, HOW RESTORED I q Just published, a new edition of D...

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