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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

¦ jLegal. A DMrNISTR4TOirS NOTICE. - In A the estate of J^red Ba kerv;.late of Brooklyn, Letters of x\rtministratton in "the said estate having been granted id the underslgrietf.nll persons owing said estate are requested to nyike: Immediate- n«yment, and all persons having claims .against said estate arcrjquesied topree'ent! fhemiwithonXdelay. , ' A. K. TEWKSBL'lty. Administrator. Jnne28jlS76. ! ! . ¦ 26w6 ADMiNlSTRi'rOR'S NOT ICE/ In the est oi Albert .GKeynoldg.ate of Brooklyn twp. dee'd. Letters -of Administration In the said eftatt havintj been granted tp the undersigned ail persons owing Said citatt-, are reouestc-d to make immediate payment, and all persons having claims Hgainst said estate are reqnested to present them without delay. i E. ^. WILLIAMS, Administrator. Ju:y5,lB76. :: T 27w6 A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-Ik XV the! estate ofj Hiram Reynolds, lute-, of Lathrop. Susquehanna i i.'onnty, Peunsyl 'an:a» dee'd. Letterx of AdmlnWtration in the «rId estate having been ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

then therSj;to prosecute against them as will it. just.-',.- . - , " ; Date^ at Monirose the 't$th day of July sn the year of Our L-»rd one thousand eight bun drtd arid seventy-six. s , :f|i|§Kittii.lfli ;;".<>iiT ttdOjtxtT-oato. ': .''.'..•'"'-'"¦'-'.;"¦ . r~- ,.»?> —••.,'* CASH CAPlTAIi $100,100. •-¦: "SfcRirHLlJS;F^^ f^E3VtOT7-E13 -.. - To their new aud .commodious Bank Building on - Public Avenue. Transacts the business of -v MERCHANTS, rARMEBS, ..-." And Others, ,,C0EBE8P0HDENT8.M New York, First Naticfnal Bank •_Patladelphia, PhUsX delphla National Bank, VrH. J. TURRELL.' PaMTOOTT. N. L. LENHBIM, Cashieb, j . Montrose,March 85,18W. ' i * WEBSTER'S N&W PRICE LIST ....,' >.;>. ¦ -FOR- ... SPRING AND SUDSIER OP 1876. Look at the following which speaks for Itself. Heavy cottbnade pants... ."...$ 15 . »tout wool-mixed pants.. ,.... ......... 1.G0@?.25 i Good all wool pants .....v 3.0(i@4 00 1 Imported cassfmere pants...;..:... ... 4.76...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

County BuslueB* Directory. Two lines In this Directory, one year, $1.50; each-additional line, ZO cents. " MONTROSE. WM HAGHWOTJT, Stater: Wholesale and Retal» dealer innllk.nd^ or slate rooluig, slate palut, etc., Boofe repaired with elate paint to order. Also, slate paint for aala by thegallon 01 barrel. Montrose. BILUNG8 STROUD. General, tfire and Life Insurmco Agent*, .alio, sell Kailroad and Accidental liekei* to New York and Philadelphia. Office one door east ol Wm. II Cooper s.Co's bank. WM. D. BOYD & CO, Dealeis In Stores, hardware. andManuf ctureraorTtn and Sheut-i.ou Ware, corncr of Main and Turnpike street. A. ST. Bollard, Dealer In Groceries, Provisions, Book-. Stationery and Yankee Notions; at the head of Public Avenue...: ¦-:-.--...-..! .i WH. H.COOPER & CO., Bankers. Sell Foreign Pas"go Tickets and Drafts on England, Ireland, and WM. L. Cox, Harness maker and dejder In all articles usually kept by the trade, opposite the bank. - JAMESe C4RMAI4T,Att...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

Democratic Vigilance* Cominlltee. Democrat votes are annually lust in tuis county by a neglect to comply with the re^ quirementa of, the law relative to assessments and payment ot taxes. All persons, to secure the rights to vote in Pennsylvania, must be as-? sessed two months before election, and have paid a state or county ta^ (either will do), within two years. In case the tax is paid this year it must be a month preceding the election. Fomgn l)orn citizens wishing to vote next November must take out their naturalization papers a month before-election. They must ai-60 be assessed two inonthi previous to the,day oi voting. ' . : The election will be held on 'Hue Tuesdsy next follov/ing the'first.'Monday ot November," being this year the ?th day of1 the month. Monday, September 4, is the last day lor being assessed. * ": Tuesday, Octobers, is the last day for securir? naturalization papers. Tuesday, October 5, is the last day on which taxes can be paid iu legal time to vote....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

Business Locals. ClGA» AND CoNFECTIONEnY StORE. a ^ Having bought Louis Knoll's stock oi Oighrs, Tobacco, and | Confectionery, 1 can iurnish first-class articles! for the least money. Pine summer drinks lor the thirsty. ¦}; ,,! \ i I"' .. JamesZerfas*. Montrose, July 26,1876. V The! sale o( JTaylor's Family MeiUcims is steadily on the iafcrease. The sales of the past year being more jtbarf double of any previous year. The jreason ol this is on account ot the genuine merits \ot the goods themselves and the fair and impartial manner in which they are-8okL:; vi': • [¦ |'. "• - ¦'¦;-.- - '•-'¦ " ' ~f;-.; , July26,1876.; {'¦"-,.'-'... '/'$¦'- Grove Meeting; \ The second Quarterly Meeting of Rush Circuit will beheld ifa the grove at Elk Lake, on Saturday and Sunday^ July 29th and 30th; the first service commencing at 2:30 on Snturday Rev. I. T. Walktr, P. E., and several other preachers will be 1 present. AH the people are cordially invited. : M ' F. A. Dony, Pastor. July 26,187...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

The Markets. 'U Xew Xork Produce xtlurkei. ' Beported BVery W«et Exrireaaly for Tu Montaos* mi^on Mtrctwnu. m WneotDgtou'Street? ¦¦';.- ' ».. -^ -*5*rk. -.',-...-:, ;;;-Newj York, j'uly 22,1876. ../¦>¦¦-'¦' ' ¦¦ :•;•"'..¦'. BTJTXBB....',-Sfatcdttiry pails,selecjt.,...i...26 @ 27 fetate, dairy paiis, primd......... .24 i@ 25 State, dairy pails, fair to good... ;22 m 28 btaie, dairy pails, poor to fair. ....lb @ 21 State, creamery, select invoices) \ .27 <a 28 Siute, sweet cream, pailk choice. .25 @ 26: State, sweet cream, good to prime23 '<& 25 State, sweet cream, fair -to good.. .20 © 23 State Firkins, choice yellow 26 <& 27 btatei«irkins,good top'rime 24 @ 25 State Firkins, fair to gobd ...".., ,32 @ 24 CHB?SE. State Factory, fine tofa^icy, 9 <a $U '¦¦« « s^^K-^-s @ «S State farm Dairy,iancy.».....-.,.;. 8^@ *£ ;..- :; good to pfiuie:... ... 6>|@ & •V «' lairtogood^.v....... og^ og "; :- ;'EQ^8.' ''V State* Peun....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

- Arrangement ol Mails. ¦ 1 . via kailroad: : ' ,..'*,¦„ ,-".,:. 4>rtvee. Veparis j^^UhaunocU, (Dally,)...;..,........ 700^m IS 16 m ,-v "-.': .-'.'Vu. (Staobs;:;.., . ;.'--.'\- jlontrose Depot,(Daily,)'.-„.....•. ..... 600pm fiaOttiii »jcw Milfora,(Datly,)v• >-• •• ..» ¦'..lOOOum r-t^pm SVyalueing. (Daily.)....«». i.....i...1945ara; 200pm ?rR'»daviUe%(tri weekly,)............leoOpm-SOOam 'onklinStation,(trlweekl»,)...;i.v.. tOOam ^OOam Rin(;li!unton,fiaS.Lake,(triweekly).. 600pm 700pm «osWi)on,(triweekly,).......;,.-....1000am 400pm The New York, (via MontroBe Depot,) New Milford*; ruiikhaunouk.aud wyalusing are daily. ', l'UeOonklin Station mall ruus Tuesdayo, Thursdays, »iid Saturdays. .¦' I Tne Binghamton mall,(fia Silver Lake,) rune Tuei-. i,iy* Thursdays, and Saturdays. ; 1 I'riendsviile mail runs Tuesduyii.ThurBdaye.and Sat The ,\Ioahoppen mairrun8Mondays,WedneodayB,and Fridays. ,- j - . * -¦ .?^.-. Additional Stjjoeb : v A stageleaveBdaHyforMontrti«e Depo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

v Business jCards^ O D; BALDWIN,! M. D., HOMCjB, O.V patbic Physician jHtid Surgeon, ha* located himself at Montrose, whcre.he will attend promptly to alt professional business entrusted, to his care.-f^Omcc in CarmaltVbiillUtn&, second floor, frout. BoafJs at Mr. E. Baldwin's. S. ' .Montrose,Pa.,March 10,18?5. ,¦ :- - .\ ¦,. -¦¦- ¦ D ~^wT^; SMli?H, DENTIST.— Rooras at UiBdwelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey's.on Old Foundry sj-reet, where he would - be happy to see all those in want of Dental Work.- He feel? confident that he can pl^ise nil. both In quality of work'andin price.' Office honAi from 9 a.m. to, 4J.JI. Montrose; Feb. 11,1874-tf TTALLEY HOUSE, GREAT BEND, V Pa. Situated near the Eric Railway Depot.— Is a large-ana commodious house, lias undergone a thorough repair. Newly furnished rooms and sleepinBiipartments.splendidtables.andairthings comprlsihRaflistclass hotel. | H1SNRYACltBRfr Sept, lOtf. 1873.rtf. . I ¦ . ¦ .. : Proprietor. BILLINGS STH0UD, FIRE A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 July 1876

Briainefi8 Cards. DR. ELLEN E. MrTCHELVPHY^; aiciah and Surgeon, graduate of the Womin . Medical College ot the N.6 Y. Infirmary, then T.?.? dent physician for a year in the Wonmn's Houuitai si" N,-:S\ t after four yean,' practice in Pon du tic \Vi. consln, has located In Montrose. Special attention given to diseases of women-and children. Omr,,,, the foot of Main Street, In the old David Post hnm» stead. V .-'-¦"..-. uie' Montrose, Dec. 15,1875.—8ni*n50 ¦ - T S. POTTER, DENTIST. WISHES J-J* to inform the people of Montrose and Vicinltv that he ippcrmnncntly located, in the second siury 0| e P. Stamp's new bnildin2;oppi>Hite Cooper's Bank Ali kindi> of Dental Work done in the imst mailner N. B.—Nitrous Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the pattiless extraction of teeth. Moutvose, April 5tb, 1876.—tf 1? BACON^ WILL HEREAFTER I~J* furnish thecitizens of Montrose and Viclnitv with first-class Bread. Buscuit, Rolls Pics. Cakes and Cookies, Tarts, &c.; &...

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

[Continuedfront first[page]: 3G,000 or rr iore,yieidine; sorn^ 109,000 lbs. of wool. The, live stock was' then valued at ubouc three and a quarter millions of dollars; The grain ptoducit in 3873tf wheat, rye, corn, and buckwheat,. \v«s about 570,000 bu9b?la.: Oi oats n^ar 650,000, potatoes 280,000 bushels., The last report, of our manufaplures is the census of 1870* They then' numbered in all 376, with an Invested capitalofi si£ and a half;millions of dollars: yielding a balatice over tnateriar use'fl, Aind wages paitV> of over ¦ one- and a quarter millions of dollars, - '1 hey were mostly if not.altogether connected .with our ^agricultural interests. Forty of these were run by steam, and 155 by water power. : Ti e''-WiH census taken here was in 1820; which showed a population Of abuutlO,-000, nearly eight- teuthV of, whom were^ farmers. Although at that date there were no spinning or weaving/factories here, there was rmanuapknred in the county of woolen cloth 52,762 yard...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

OPERAND OVER AQAiN; ! Over and oyer again, i ^ No matter whicli way 1 turn, ¦¦'. ¦ I always find in my Book of Lifd ,J •Some lesson 1 L»ave; to lehrby. I i 1 must takemy turn at the mill, | ! 1 must grind oat the golden grain, / I must work at my task with a resolute will Over and over again. ; i"v.. We cannot measure the need ^ ' Of even the tiniest flower, j Nor check the ffow ot the golden sands That run through a single hour. But the morning dews'musti fall, And the sun and summer rain: Must do their part, and perform it Over and oyer again. Over and over again . '-,. <-¦' - The brook through the meadow flows, And over and over again The ponderous mill-wheel goes, Once doing will not suffice, Though doing be not in v^in, And a blessing failing us once orrtwice,v ¦ May come if we try again. ^ The path that .has once bejen tpod Is never so rouijh to the feeti And the ltssons we once have learned - Is never hard to repeat Though sorrowful tears may fall,s n And the h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

HAD SHE BUT KNOWN A STILL, quiet, day in February, the air mild and soft, and filled with a faint, pearly haze, through which the sup shone with,the shy sweetness of a bride half shrouded in her misty'veil. Crocuses thrust their white and lilac heads out of the mold in London squares and gardens. A faint, rosy flush dimpled the tops of the almond-trees iu the park. The mounted'[policeman iu the Row looking very;like-an ill-stuffed cloth figure in Patience on a monument, smiling at emptiness. A small dog barking at the fleets of ducks dimly showing, through the mist on the gray silver bt ¦ the Serpentine. A girl sitting on the bench near .the boat house waiting—that was all. ¦ :,'• Waiting! Yes, does not every One know the unmistakable something which stamps a person .as being in a state of expecrancy, be it of a passing cab, a sister in the nearest'shop, or a lover, always too lac ? Don't ask me to explain what it \hi not restlessness $ the girl sat as still us if carved out...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

$HE ¦ jEMOGRATi PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. MORNING, .\jj AT MONTBOSE, jSTISg'A CO.,' PA., BT Hja^"V7"3LiE",Sr Sc CiRTXSEjR BDITOKS. & PROPRIETORS,f At two Dollars per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—The Dkmocbaf as an adver: Using medium is unsurpassed In this section. It reaches the Farmer, Mechanic, and business man. Its circulation is constantly increasing, and its advertising ••tea reasonable. Rates will be given at our office or . ymail. . JOB PRINTING:—Our office is'supplled with four Tinting presses.together with a, large variety of type, (orders, fancy inks, etc., with which we are prepared •do work in the best style and at prices lower than . iy competitors in any section. NaropU-s shown and aimatea cheerfully given at our office. Worlv order-«by mall will receive prompt attention. \ .B. HAWLEY. - -.1 W. €. CRUSER. • - I National Democratic Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, ,•¦¦„¦.'• OF NEW YOHK; •'¦ FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A, HENDKlCKS, OF INDIAN-A. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

CHANGE IS ABSOLUTELY NEC'¦: JsssAR-r. ¦ j )¦-, - - Change is absolutely necessary (or the promotion of the welfare of every thing in nature either animate orl inmimate, both in the animal and vegetable kingdom. This proposition no one will oppose for the evidence is conclusive from personal observation. The same rnje bears sway in all human mechanism whether of the arts [and sciences or of political economy and jnatioual government. it has beeu absolutely demonstrated from the Patriarchal governments down to our Republic, from Moses to Grant, that a long continuation of power, either in the hands ol individuals or parties, universally has engendered corruption, aud that cltange has < been the I inevitable remedy. From these general propositions which are axioms .in themselves, hence are selfevident and need ho .demonstration, we will come down to oar national affairs and to a time withm the personal knowledge oi the greater portion of our readers. • ¦ - . ; i;-' ' G...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

S HERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of write :"69ucfi by the! Ccurt of Common Pleas o( Susquehanna County audio me directed, I wil" expose to sale by public vendue; sX the Court House in Montrose, on : • i .-/.' i Friday, August II, A. D., 1876, at 1 o'clock p. mi, the following pieces or parctla of iaud, io wit: ::!.•;.-.; - ; Aft that certain parcel atlnnd situate in Lenox, Susquehwnna coun'tyi Ponnsylvania. bounded and des-cribi-d ait follows, t4> wit: Ou "|Ue north by hvnds of William R. Gardner, Charter Tinyley and Mr* Ro<>d, on the east by laude of Mrs. Rood, William R. Gardner, and Hoi. Robinson, on the south by land* of William Barber,LeviCbaniberlin and George Conrad, and on the wept.by lands of William i Barber^ Charles .T.'ngley and Horace Tineley, containing 225 acres of land, be the same mjore or less, with the !appurtenances. 2 dwelling housed, 4 barns; two orchards, and1 about 150 acre* improved.— fseized and taken in execution at; the suit of Andrew Ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! f Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cnlverwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical curt (without medicine) of Spermatorrhea or Seminal w eakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Phyoical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc. ; also, Consumption, Epillpsy and Fits, ln£2SI« by ^elMndnlgencc or uexnal extr\vagnnce, &c CE^Price. m a sealed envelope, only sis cents. \The celebrated author, in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates, from(a thirty years' tnccpssful practice, that the alarm ing consequences of self-abuse may be" radically cured without the dangerous use of Internal medicine or the application ot the knife: pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, aid effectnal, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately. and radically. .< * J^"This Lecture should be in the bands of even youth and every man in the land mT?2t £?a'r "»'•ln Vp,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

¦ the Saddle on the wrong i itOESE rhfe Fottsvilie Mt7iers Journal (Rep.) in correcting a statement of the New York Herald ascribing credit to the Refin blican state .authorities for breaking up the mnrderous organization known as Molly Maguires, makes the following extraordinary statement: " *fFrom all accounts the state authorities baye been more disposed to profit politically by the existance of this mur derous organization. ^ Tiiere are some scandalous stories afloat around here, which may come;, to a bead before, this society.is uprooted. In that ejventsomebodyit Harriaburg will have some powerful explaining away to do. The credit of what has been donei in t|ie wayiof destroying the Mollie gang belongs to Mr. Oowen and the Scuyikill.pounty authorities.' ' The Pittsburg Post says: "Ttlden made a jworld ^ride imputation and. won th ^ Oenjocratic nomination by achieving a'Tictoryin a five, year«^war upon the thiewes j of bis own party. Hayes won fcheRepobJicaB nomination b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

AdV6rtis£m3Dts Wew This Week. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. CAPS CAFES & TORCHES. Send lor Ulistrated Circular and Price List. CUNNINGHAM & HI^iL, ' MANUrACTUnEBS.. -:! No. 204 Church Street; Philadelphia. .August3il875m3, jj | iissn QHERIFPS SALES.-BY1 virtue of 0 writs issued by the Court of Common Pleas of Susquehrnna County and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue, at the Court Ucuse, on Friday, August iSthj 1876, at one o'clock p. m., the following pieces or parcels of land to wit: . I . AH that certain piece or parcel of land situate. Jyin» andbcimr in the township of Thom^i, Husquehanna county, Pennsylvania, bounded on the east bj lands of Samuel and Alden Hubbard, on the south and west by lands of Oebrjje Wall ice, aud on the oorth by lands of the Widow Wiluon. containing about 60acrce, rnore or le»8. about 25acree improved, with the appurtenance*, 1 frame dwelling bouse, 1 frame barn, and fruit trees,— [Seized and taken in execution at jthe eu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

From Grant Lo Tilden. jtoYKisi Va., July 2?.—General W; J. Doll in,- ol Lenoir county, ^ortli Carol iV na, » Grant Presidential*jeleetor m 1872^ and a tine stump speaker, has declared lor Titdeh and Hendricks/ ; ...x CJraiit Ought t«i-;Expl4fn.^;^C--f We are among those who believe that President Grant ought to explain to this Christian nation why he has Wdoned seven.gangers convictedJof ustW their official powers to aid in {defraud! i/g j^e revenue 61 the United Stated We expressed, two we^kn ngo,a fear that the whiskey men would soon be back in power. The pardoning of seven officeholders, convicted by juries of defrauding the revenue,.looks very ibadly to us ; and thejre;ar&ihtimatiotisith'at the rest oi Mr. Br stow's jail-birds will soon bo given free wings. The least prejudiced abserv* ers will involuntarily think of the charge that campaign fundi came in 1872 from the whiskey, ring, and ask hard questions. —The Methodist. ?' Political Notes. j How:can>the...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

JMJGS •"¦i.EQG'g white cochens, 1; buef coohens, !; partridge cochins, plymouth rocks, ;andihoudans. Effff* for Hatching:, - - - S3 per 13. ¦ "¦M'";¦:¦:':¦:-^\}-r<.:k :-s---^"Young Fowls for eale after* Augnst 1st, 1S76, at reasonable prices. Ho Inferior specimens shipped from my yards. .; " . r White Cochoss, let premium at Jereey | Fair, (Berry & Williams stock.) Buff Cochena. Berry¦# Williams No circulars. Write for what is wanted and promp replye will be given. ¦ -Addro r. .-: C. C." GILBERT, Great Bend, Pa. . March 29, 187C—6m. : ! ¦; ¦'¦ ¦!¦'¦¦¦:¦ ~ r ~~T! ~ ¦¦ ; —%:' .: - : " !""' 1%e nndersij^^iajgMMIInflBS^^ wil1 mtk* Un&Jrtaking^HUHHHBra Speciality . m their ^¦¦¦¦¦¦¦H^^-biiBmeiB .'r All needing their aervlceg will be promptly attendee to. Satisfaction guaranteed. ¦ f ....... ., P. & B. MATTHEWS. Frieadjville, Pa-, April 7,1875. | u-lt ,

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