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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

- '• ¦¦'¦¦• Mt8ceHye0U8' K WHY FLOWERS BLOOM. IN ,YY .Winteri; ¦ -.;; ''—,' :¦ , '"-¦" :• ' -rr-0—"/~ .'./..• Are you aware that yon can obtain Summer heat in January? That yon can impart balmy air to you families t that you can give spontaneous (growth to plants and Flower?, and tUat you; can make home a little paradise by purchasing one of. B, D. Sayre's .Hot-Air PurnaceB ? These Fnrnaces are now constructed with VAPOR PAN by which the atmosphere is tempered to that resembling Summer heat. NO MORE CRACKING OF FURNI TURE--NO MORE DRY ! HUSKY HEAT. HOT-AIR And the time has come when consumptives may rejoice in coal fires. These furnaces are sold entirely upon their own merits, aed are now the leading Furnace tn this part of rhe country All Furnaces are warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale. -&• XJ ^FtlSr J>L CE3 & I keep competent men on the road who are well acquainted with the Furnace business and they are constantly putting up these Furnaces....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

Weeds. ? ' .- • j I i i These, and destructive insects are the two greai. enemies of the caltivator. The best way to treat weeds is to allow them no entrance. We once asked a nurseryman whose thirty-five acres were not encumbered with xme. "How do you destroy all the weeds so effectually ?" The answer was, "We do n>t desroy them;for we never allow them an entrance." (If the surface is frequently and thoroughly raked, before any weeds can ever appear above the surface, in the garden ; or as Irequently harrowed on a larger scale, on tbe farm the weeds can never get started,. This is the cheapest mode* of! treatment. The other modes are-in relative cost, about in the following ratio; It will cost a dollar to keep ten square rods of garden clean, oy frequent raking, before the weeds reach the surface; then to kill them with a sharp hoe, when two or three inches high, seven to .twelve' dollars, and if much hand Weeding is required the expense may oe doubled.;: There is no re...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

Bluck Currant Jell j. It is necessary to add a little water to the truit, in order w strain it, it is jo very thick, nn less jam is made at thp same ti^ie, when a part can be strained for the jelly, and the remaind-r used lor jam; After it is boiled so as to heat the fruit thpougb, press it little by little until all $he juice is extracted; measure the juice, and allbw/one, pound of sugar to every pint of juice; mix the juice and eugar,jihd boil ten minutes gently, stirring constantly, when it will be ready to put in} moulds. Coyer with paper wet with brandy. " ' ;- '-'; -7--~*' .*mf-+m-'.77 ^ ... .Strong bni^r'''iba^-';ii0ti8i^..have^bi?i8'tt irhich was found in a* bogj in • Ireland where it had been hidden in a cask since VM7\ : ''¦7-,77-!:77yi::7^\7//.//:

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

Business Cards. \;;).;,:: ViK.ELLUN;E. MITCHELL, PHY-' XJ siwan aadSnreeon, g"dnate^f the WflW* Medical College ot the N. Y. Jtaflmary, thenTesi-Sphysicianforayearin the Woman's £<*£% *» N Y • alter four yearbVpractice in Fon duLac.iWlsc^nlin , has located in Montrose Special atteutipu ffivento diseases of women and children. Office at KotSin Street, in the old David Post home-Btc&d Montrose. Dec. IS, 18TO.-3m«n50l, ^ ' j HD. BALDWIN, m P., HOM(E • nathic Physician *nd Sorgeon. has located himself at Montrose, where he will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to Ws ^ ca^e.-^^Offlce in Carmalt'B buUdmg, second floor, front, Boards at Mr. B.Baldwtn?fe :r Montrose, Pa.; March 10,1875. . D !r. W. W. SMITH, PENTISTj Rooms at his dwelling, next door north ofDr. Hal«l ey!s,on Old Foundry street, wher^ he would he WyV eee all those In want M Rental Vf or k..He teelsconfldentthat he can ple«e aU. both in anality of work and in price. Office hours from ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

" " , .', ,,~ ' '. . '. "»'jr»TTmm»r1|y(, Brislness Cards.' T ' S. POTTER, DENT1ST/WISHES XJ« to Inform the people of Montrose and Vicinity that he is permanently located, in the second story ol r' P. Stamp's new building; opposite Cooper's Bank. All kinds of Dental Work done In the best mauner. N.B.—Nitrous Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the painless extraction of teeth. Montrose, AprU 5tb, 1878.—tf 1^ BACON, WILL HEREAFTER XJ* furnish the citizens of Montrose and Vicinity with first-claeCBread. Bnscnit, Rolls Pies, Cakes and Cookies, Tarts, &c„ &c., &c Parties and Weddings snpplied, and qcality guaranteed. ESfDininK Rooms np stairs, where Geo. Callis win be tonnu ready to satisfy the cravings of the Inner man. :Montrose, May Sd. 1876. i= E. BACON. NEW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP All kinds of machinery made, or furnished to or der. Repairing promptly attended.to. - JliLlUS SHTJLTZ. New MUford. May 17,1876.-ly. WM. A. CROSSMON, ATTORNEY at Law. Office bver ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

ALL THINGSl PERISH fsiyE VIRTUE Sweet morn—so cool, so calm, bo bright, The bridal of the earth and skv, 7" The dew sball weep thy jfall to-night, . For thou must die. ,. i '.., Sweet rose—w hose tragrance now 1 crave, To glad my. sense and joy mine eye, -. Thy root is ever in iu grave, And thou must die.-V Sweet Spring—so full of shine and showers, It makes the weary spirit sigh, To think, with all thy herbs and flowers, That thou. mustjidieV ;, Swe^t music—e'en; the lovejylsong Which from my harp in window nig'i Is floating on the breeze along; E*en thou must die. '"'*. ¦ And all the bright and glistening train Of stars that s'.ad the deep blue sky Must they all perish—none remain To glad the eyjj? And vales, and fields, and rushing streams, And mountains that invade the sky, Are: they as baseless as our dreams r r And mnst they die ? And all that's beautiful and fair [ On Nature's face^-love's melody, That makes sweet music of the air, All—all must die ! I. j And man, fra...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

DISENCHANTED MAKY BBED CROWELL. "BROKEN your engagement!" Madge Amory echoed the /Words with such genuine surprise jthat Edith'srailed amusedly—fair, stately Edith Grosvenor, with her lily face lighted with such grand black eyes, soft as velvet. j ''Broken my engagement, Madge ; and I can assure you Dr. Belmont xg just as well satisfied as I am."' '' rf Madge flung a navy bluei velvet band impatiently on the dressing case, her cheeks flushed, her blue eye£ looking unuterable reproach and vexation. "I do declare, Edith, I've no patience fith you ! What on earth could have possessed yon to throw Leslie Belmont over, such a perfectly splendid fellow aa be is, and the handsomest man in the world, I do believe,, and such a good reputation as he is gaining in his profession, and the fortune he is sure to make, and the way he worships you, you heartless flirt." Madge's mingled indignation at Miss Grosvernor's course of action,, and her upholding of Dr. Belmont's flag, were cmainly ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

LOST^ LILLY '•WE WILL have it 6m, now, if, you W pleasji madam 1" said Mark Arkwright to his wile, Augusta. And they jflid baVe it out withavengence. Both were high tempered ; neither had learned self-control; and before this scene beltween them was ended, both had spoken words such as no two people who love each other should ever speak.— If two indifferent persons quarreledj it doee not ainOuut. to much generally; bet when two who love each other indulge in thej dangerous p"astime,;it is frequently fatal to happiness. They hadlbeen married but a year, and the sweet glamour of romance had hard-J ly worn off. j- This, was the first dissagreement and itj began in a secret. Perhaps Mr. Arkwright had ample cause to be angry with bis wife. lam sure that every man will, think so, though a Woman's judgment alight be different. •: On the afternoon of the quarrel he had asked his wite to drive with bim,and she had declined on that plea—the.headache. He had petted her, and kissed her ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

&HE gEMOCRAT; PCBMSHBD EVKBY W8DNK8DAT MOBSIHO, . ; AT MONTB08E, SlJSQ'A CO., PA., BT K-A-Wa-.E-ST <Se OBUSBB , EDITORS & PROPRIETORS,, ; At two Dollars per Year jinlAdyance. TO AD,VHRTISER3:-iTHB DbkUaac u'an advertising medium is unsurpassed injthis section. It rescue* the Parmer, Mechanic, and business man. Its drculatioiis constantly increasing, audits advertising "tea "asSnable. Rates will be given at out office or ymall. 10B PRINTING:—Our office is supplied with four «rintinepreB8eB.togetherwith » large variety of type, torde??. Fancy inks? etc., with which we are prepared Tdo work °n the.6<«« style and at prices lower than oy competitors in any section., »*»PK VW?rf£? "tlmates cheerfully given at our.office.; Work order-«by mail will receive prompt attention. _ [,B. HAWLEY. ;- .-.¦-. W. 0. CRtJSER. National Memocratlc Ticket; ' , FOR PRESIDENT, SAMIJEL J. TIIiDEN, ' /¦¦:•'.»'• 'OF'NEW TORK.;';' ^ .7 1 ' . , - "" , ¦ ' . . ' ' : : . ¦: ' ¦ . ¦...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

mMOOBATlV COUNTY C^VB^ /- ¦ ¦ ¦'y:y\^\rtort.:;:% '";;.;;-;;;.¦- Pursuant to, resolution passed by the Democratic county committee in session Angustl4\h, 1876, a' nominating fjon^ vention will Convene at itbe Uonrt House, in Moitrosejon TUESDAY SEPTEMBER FIFTH, 1876, i at 1 o'clock, p.m., for theipurpo&e of expressing a' choice of j the delegates for a caiididate for congress I and also for a candidate, for state sen-" ator. and: appointing .congressional and Senatorial conferees. Also for the purpose of hominatirife two candidates for the House 6f Repreaehtatives, one eandidate for Prothonotary, one candidate for\ Jury commissioner, and one candidate >for Auditor.;- :'^-. •ii-': r "¦ . ;-'/;; ;,".,: By the same authority,.the committees of Vigilant; Of the several election .disr tricts^te hereby ^directed to call a pri-. mary^or delegate: election ior their respective districts, to be holjdeh bn'- SATURDAY, the 2nd; day of September jiext, for tiiepWpp^: orele...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

& A.GR0W' M4PflQS£!CUTIW " ' \ 'ATtfOMNEY, • ;^"v ::;0:: GaiuFha A. Grow Who assumes to claim the title of Hon; to ;hU Jkmej jvnoV 06 has ha'd his: name" heralded) before his appe-trauce ift public meeting,,;as:;that -&U "The second man of the nation" pronounced me a "common, malicious1 'and willful lia^" agapubl^ the Ooflrt^use.^Mu)i^rose,oi^uesday evening of last week, and- informed my neighbor* thatX;w«s.. ^unworthyof the respect of honoiable men "^ This he;<3Ud upon'5 a;specific^'^ichargej \ ot deliberattei maiic^aa^>^W|?WiDSf Pon™v W» in The Democrat, and claimed to quote from The Bemocrat (and from himself)! the written and parole evidence to ;P*0|e; it. Actingl as5 prosecutor,, witness^ !$nd jury,he: triedj convicted i. and Bentienced; me to take- my, place, in the town where I reside, among common -iifc^ and ^;be, forever debarred' from; the, 'good opinion of suc^honor^le^ep^ jip pronounced himieeljj^tojl^;©^ The charge was a' grave one ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

The latesi order of;^rant,-^hrongh his Secretary of War, \o General Sherman, ilone whi4'. wuat hatural^causetineaainess in the Wind of every; palnotii^citizen. Almcjst before the doora of XJongr^s are closed, the General in command uf the army is directed to hold in readiness for immediate aervice vail his availa ble force, and to.haye pnch; force "so 4»^ fcributed an& stationed as to he able Jo render prompt assistance in the enforce-^ ment of the law^' ; Herela.certaiWy.an element of | danger to the liberties of;the people. The army is an agency by which the people'may be restrained in the free exercise of their rights, bht .11. can neyef be employed to increase their! liberties.-^ As a means; of enforcing law .ii* j£ime.'.of peace, thei.miiitary power is a very hnsafe felugine to! employ. 1 At such times the •Courts of; flaw are the proper; tribdoaiB*tb interpret the law and theM'civil airaffie agency to| enforce it.. /This[^ordei:^ uep ea earily deprives.!both thes...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

REPUBLICAN FINANCES/'./ It now turns; out that the figures given by Senator Morton as coming.official ly! from the Secretary of the Treasury, showing the comparative losses! !and'expebditUrfB in the collection and disbursement of'the revenue.s.fr^m 1834 down to 18^6, did;,uot:cpmefrom the Secretary at al' and were not certified to by him or j transmittedfas official. It appears that certain cleiis make iip a j<mg report followed by the table of deductibn quoted bv Morton and seat; them, to the Senate. It was proposed3 to print thebQ. for dis tribiitioii; but eyen; such Senators a^ Morton, Suerman.and Edmunds admitr ted that the report was so full of glaring falsehoods that they refused to have jit' printed. The table, libweytr,; based on these acknowledged lies^'as printed and is being used by Morton, who adds another lie, by! sayings .it waaj prepared officially by. Secretary Bristow;. One of the lies m this table is that tlie losses by defalcatiohs from 1833 &lt...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

Advertisements New This Week. - . ¦- j-?, '''•'..! :.'i'; fi' ;¦•'..'' EE-^ SNYDERy M.; P., HOMOS-• pathic Physici,M and. Surgeon, NewMUford, Pa. CficoattbeUnlch'Hbtel. riAug 98,1876.-U.-.»!.- ',!i; '!. •.. .'ti-i. ••••."¦¦: ;-' tiOST. : "'! '!(,i",, -"j;' JlJ- ¦ . ;¦,/ « ^ .::;!.,. .;.V. .f- ¦ . ¦ ,.-, J" t . , : On Wefltesday. Aug. 16 ^ between the jail inMont' .ro^s and Jont's' LaW, a!broche hhaWl wlih a blue centers The finder will cutftr a favor by! leaving It atlbto lofllce. - STEPHEN DUTCHBK. , rAllg.23,t876wT. '. '••;; •:¦!•-!'.' •'•" '¦ ' FIN A^'GJIXt;, ^TAt:E,M;|N,t' 'fa .the A-i School Dlrect6h> of Gl^soii Tbwn'ehip of the amt ¦ a t taxes levied and bo$(.txpe&ded forithe year ending -Jane 5th. 18T6. ' t< '...t-Am't of Duplicate 1875.... 'A'.^1 .1 :..:.'..!. ..!|2,05S 06 . " Bal. from last year.. .,„.»;..:...,..,.. 10 00 State apprdprtatroii 1S75:.:'..:;:.'.:... 880 85 . " Caehrec'jd.frQmrent ofbouapjk...ii. ---.='M 00 ''.'\" '• V:.,'i^' ¦¦-¦•&...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

t])EArfiQF[SP:EAKEn kerb:. U;; ^ Thedeathol Speaker Kerr, on Satur day even tig, was an «vent which would haye; occa sioned! qo" surprise at any time since he! vas first conipelled ^ to'vapateithe speaker?* chair frpm the .effect of. the. in-; curabU nialady; whichcansed it. • Brit noejxpe'ctatisy''bf the sad "result <c6rjldtemner or le seen'": i\ie' griet vfhich"' ^;fll" lind u niyersa,! 'Expression! .throughout - ^ he, couritry.¦;-. Hr> Kerr was esteemed?for.his virtues; ¦ <M6 carried the ;- heai ts of his hPondtrymen captive"' ¦ bv high intellecttili I ^dd^mehta allied to iitibcrid-;J.lb^m^^i^ !itud aonesty j ofp^rppse.rrr-He^a3!ji! courageous leader, H^^t»k never;lifjaid;to go forward in the path- maxle el®r: foir §\ia. breettred coHviettohsiwithout i^ajfd; to; perspnal ^ppdlarjl^,, ;His :large ||^litl^,'bi8^ his; unstained character afl;combined;^o secure for bim the coiitmu^e^ co nfidence and supjport of men who were not in full syihpathy wlih all ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

Congressmen who arc hot Popular with tlie ttepublicaiis. Hon. William It. Morrison, of illlinoie, chairman of the Committee of Ways abd Means who designed and - recommended! the sy-tem of investigations which has resulted in exposing Republican frauds, and secured retrenchmeu^^ahd^miilis trative retxirm. '.- '%.' % J.':¦;/'/ ' /SW: • Hoii. Sariiual J.' 'Raniiiill, of Pennsylvania, chairman of the Committee on Appropriations, who, has cut (ipwn annual Government 'Expenditures $30,-000,000, ?and but :for hthe 'Republican Seti'a'.e would have secured a (reduction of $65,000,000. - | vt- >-?!-; * Hon. S. S. Ojx, of New York, chairman of the Committee oh", Banking*ttid Currency, the ready and .facile1 ; champion in debate, and who finally matured and carried the bills solving the resumption question. Hou.H. B. Banning, of Ohio, Chair-, man of the Committee oft! Military Affairs,, who Attacked arid, exposed the Indian Ring and forced trie consideration of army reorganizatio...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

Troops tu the South. The demand of the President for more troops has stimulated a representative of the New York /TeratW-to •enquire into the records of the War department to find out the number of companies stationed in the Southern States. He .finds that there are in Texas. 45 companies ot infantry and ,26 companies of cavalry; in Louisana 12 companies of infantry: ifi Mississippi 10 companies of infantry; in South Carolina 8 companies of infantry and two companies of aijtillery; in Florida 8 companies of artillery; in Georgia 7 companies of infantry; and 1 company ot artillery; in Alabama 5 companiW of I'lfiiitryJ in Virginia 5 compariies of artillery; in North Carolina 4 companies of artillery; in Tennessee 3 companies of i'jTantry; aud in Arkansas & companies of infantry, making t» total pt-138 compHtiiea. '" "'''¦¦ -•'"'.' ";'-. - ';•'' .--.',: - By a strict reading of the law there is n° authority for". tbe pfesence oh troops '<» the Southern States at ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

V Tina Movement for Tilden. .The result of the election in Alabama; is regarded here as having a very inipor- j tant hearing upon the Presidential can--vase. Si ace reconstruction Alabama has voted Republican as often if hot ofrener, than Deiaocrai ic, and in close calculation it has geiierally beenset down asa doubtful state pTh^^ry. large; majority in which-i: elects' theDemocratic-ticket consequently posses -great significance, and will ?x?rfc a'remarkable influence upon the ol her states of the south which have beeii admitted to be somewhat doubtful. Th; Repubhci|n^ adneUt' privately .to-day taat Louisiana, Mississippi; and Florida will now certainly follow the example and-giye Democratic majorities in November, uriless some scheme can be batched to prevent it. A Democratic Senator lias received a letter from a prominent.'gentleman of; New Englandjwhos;/ reputation js national and who is not a Democrat, in which he, says that the feeling, ot dtscon'tent in the country an...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

wmmmmmmt .'-..,.. '..*.- l : - - ; PURIFIES THE BLOOD, RENOVATES AND^INVIUURATES THE WHOL ,(SYSTEM;v-' ' ; Its Medical Properties are ! ALTERATIVE, TONIC,^SOLVENT . ANP DIURETIC. VEGETINE ts'tnaje- exclusively frota "the juice* ot carefully selected barks, roots and herbs, and so strongs lyconceutrated.that.it will, effectually eradicate froia' the system every taint of Scrofulai Kcrofuldns Humors, Tumors, Cancers^Cancerous Humors. Ermpelas, S-»lt: Bhyura, Syphilitic Diseases} Canker, Famttiesa at the Stomach and all diseases that'arise from impure blood. Sciatica. Inflammatory and Chronic Kheumatism. Neuralgia, Uout and Spinal Complaints, can only bt) effectjnally;cnred through the blood' \ \" . -' f < .•.. ¦ ,vl For Ulcers ana Eruptive diseases of the Skin Pustules. Plinple*, Blotches; Boils; Tetter,'"Scaldhead and Ringworm, Vegetine has never failed to effect a permanent cure. For Pains in the Back, Kidney Complaints, Dropsy, Female'Weakness, Leucorrhceearising frpmJ int...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 August 1876

EGGS' ¦Mimti< y- EG0S .,.:_^_.i;^! .;,:.-.-... .,:./;. - - . I WHITE COOHENS, < BUFF COGHENS, -;J/ ^.PARTRIDGE COOHENS, .-,-.¦ •^PLYMOUTH ROOKS, > AND HOUDANS JBsg» for Hatcbtng, • - - $3 per 13. ^"Young Fowls for sale after Augnst 1st, 1878, at reasonable prices. No Inferior apecineaB' thipped from my yards. ?• White 0oches8.1st_preminm at Jersey Fair, (Berry & Willlajns stock.) Buff Cochens. Berry & Williams . No circulars. Write for what U wanted and promj replyswiil be given. Addrcst. . '¦:'; C. CJ.. GILBERT, ! Great Bend, Pa. March », 1876.—«m. ¦ ¦ i ¦ ¦ yii ¦ ¦ i ¦ i i i" '" — " _ ' ¦ ' ¦ ; .--'"- . ^..———... . , E5- I"- PU^JHL33"5T, Manufacturer of f AGlC OARMAGES, \ jSlelg^lxs. BUGGY, CONCORD, PHOTON, ANl ^ SID&BAR GEARS. ¦ * - ' • ' EVENERS,* SINGLE AND DOUBLE .¦¦¦ -,. WHIFFLETREES. BODIES OF THE LATEST STYLES • ¦'¦- . -.;v ¦'' ; -•:¦ '¦ * ' i - -v ;-'; ""^ .': "¦ • : -' JOBBING, &c, DONE PROMPTLY * E T.PUKDT. jnont...

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