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

Recipestor Hog Clio "cm. Poifissio-tartrate of anlim6ny,one part; ipecacuanha and whitf helle'bor§,\ each two parU, mix. This is .'an emetic, of which one scruple or a drachni, according to size of pig, may be t,hro\vnUtry upon the root of the t«inj»ue. ; ; ,. yiuegar, one pound ; proof spirits one pound ; hydrochlorate of ammonia and one and a half ounces; infusion of worm-: wood, four pounds ; mis. This is to be given in:four ounce doses, when the diseases develops itself in the. form of malignant sore throat; or asa stimulant in cases when, prostration supervene-'. Cawphorj half a drachm J tiiicture of veleria-n, four onnces; iiiix.j. Two tablespophluTthree times a.day, -giyen in a gill of gruel,..in case of prpstratio^.^ ; Common turpentine, one.ounC,^; by-. drol^lbWc/ lacw^two sc^tfpTes * ^wderedi ginger, half an ounce ; decoction of oakbark; twenty ounces ;i>-jmi-x.* <Shake'beforexk6;! giv'V.ijV.ery thrtjejbOurs!fcwo tabled spoonsfnl.. "A, stimulant and a...

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

Grade up For Profit. . . Profitan BtocMies hi good-stock; To grade up is the necessity ot the , times. If yon can't bqy a station or bull, or boar or buck of pure blood-to cross upon your common stock, hire at!a reasonable price the services pf such as tou net-di Crood breed gives muscle and strength and fastening qualities, if yon andyoui neighbors can together, by co-operung ^ in your purchases secure what ^ individually yon can notdiSiie is wisdom to make the^effort The Granges^ county agricultural society and fdi'met^'orgahizatiop", cannot do their com muni tiefih greater service than to secure the .introduction of pure bred males for all k&djByof. domestic ?Jtock. The farmers1 ot tbe west |wfent strong, able horses an^iiiate^for <tbeir work;Nthey want cattle*arid hogs land sheep,that re? tuxnJn^MvtityW *^~.%q$^B$£. .&$& mutton a price that will pay for the grain and forage consumed. jW^'are-'farming for profit and the problem must be solve...

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

How TO Cook Cr^tit»*rMe». How to cook crankerries, is an, important question, if yoiji are to get the beet o them. TWey aire ^ou^rnnp'atUtable'and' unwholesome !in a raw state, and but little better as they ttre ¦rigualr5*!tio'qkf,<i^'"'.'^!« have ofteii seen thljn -hastily Eeal^ed, sweetened^!;and /brought ¦',tp: !tjh£ table floating in their juicf, not one-half-oif them cooked enough W burst the skin. Bah! what iobd !. But' how different when cooked. Put theta, with only water enough, to prevent' .bd'rninfii in riut^ saucepaiijfahd 8te^^t?^!;%^ant^bfi whole becomes a hohiogehdniritoass, with no semblance of whole beiries; and then add clarified syrup, previously prepared; and ptir a few minutes! while boiling,-* Wbea, cold, yoi* have; aelicions cranberry jelly. - A'AAAjyA- '•"• v:; London *^4iprn)S^«j« saa^e-of ;|*ia^S '' . ';:"-!! a - '¦¦ •. ¦ -•• ¦..-"'. :- A:A'.A\/ yA;A ~ALiJ

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

, Farmeri, don't golnDebif- * A The greatest $gent to; produce poverty among farmers or any other class is debt. Many farrners\will geta deed to a small piece of^land enough to support t hemselves and families, and lay by asrhalPannaul income. Bnt thatis not sufficient. They ran ih debt for more; land, and become a slave to debt. They pay an interest on money borrowed, which will .soon con> some" the little property they; possess. They often pay hig^her than ten per cent Such proceedings engender a spirit' of dibContent,jthey loose faith in;; iarming and try to sell their Jacd in order to get to town and enter into other! business. In nine cases out of ten, every farmer who is doing well thai goes to town, fails; outright.; Having, no,faith iri faming, or haying no breadth of understanding, they buy the poorest tools and means; stock, and drive poor teams before poorer wag ona and agricultural machinery. In tlie fall! and win ter,|he,y fted poorly just feeding enougiA...

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

\ A>y.A\ .- ' bun,,, ;•! !.'/ A . ¦' ' i r **• I j A bull calf intended to'be kfpt for strjvice should get a full' allowance of new milk daily for at least four months along wit^h cake; :* 1 The object throughout in regulating the feeding should* be to keep Him in vigorousr h^akh, but carefully avoiding tuat show condition which some think requisite in bringing up young bulls,.. Bean mealrcake aud crushed oats along with grass or hay, arid roots is the best diet. During the first year, young bulls should be ringed and accustomed to be led abodt, - Unless under t^ie'cial circumstauces, a boll should be allowed to pasture ^ with the ows. but when it is necessary to keep him confined to the stable he should get walking exercise for at least two.hours even day. Attention must be paid to' the feet of bulls kept in the stables, or the hoofs are apt to grow top much and inconvenience him in walking. Bulls which are constantly confined, are, apt to become. yicious,but muqh depe...

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

¦ , GrlpdiUS Corn-Cobs. Geo. Geddes write* thus.,fo*. the New York Tnbuue .* . .It costs but little, to. shell cOrnj^r when we haye shelled one hundred bowels and have the? <£>bs p'ileJdMp by themselves, and take Prof. Johnson's statement of Itheir-j composition, and inquire, "Will it pay t<> grind these cobs and feed the,meal to cows ? —We«have a fair ques tion for the chemist and.stbe miller^ ta^r!e"^f.ajifavto.the^n;I wjlIiJeave^the 4tt& cuseion," merely saying that having fed and seen fed to tlievox .kind' ¦ - . much meal made by grinding corn and cobs together, I hav' come to the-opiflioq that cobs are not worth-grinding anyniore than wheat straw, and that if cobVjare to, be ground, it would be much the best way to shell the corn and grind separately,; for by doing so the gi-ain! might, be. weirground to suit the means, and faucy of whoever may devire to spend:his, tim|, in;such; experiments. I wish to add that I-entirely agree with" ...

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

TiltMi |-ln© .• f*P«^ J^m anil M^*M$* \ OJirTfifrneFSButli^^ camelidrne m-a hiiff From btsfleld the other day-; V JWhile his flweet ^little wift^ the pride,of his A">a m-.-.U-A^,^ . .-¦ .;•:-.• ;- - ;'--At her wheel was spinning away. ( , And, ever anon, a gay little song, \ . ' ' 1 With the buz of her wheel kept time ; And the wrathfulbrpwib.cjearing now.; ', 1 TJhder the.cheerTul rbytne;; ].- •, \ Come,; }CQm^( ihttle Turk 1. .put, away your •! '"'"wbrkV ,^'| y' "¦!,'.. .-. -i' :.-; ": ¦ •'• Andlisteutb'whatlsay;' '* ^ What can I do but a quarrel brew . With the man across the way ? 1 have built my fence ; but' be won't com mence To lay a single rail ; ¦ . , [ Ay His cattle,get in, and the lecd gets (thin | Is ' t am tempted tbmake asale? A A'a : Why,^olin;aVaV? .John 1 ,hbw\you Qo go oh ! rm'atrriid it-will bfeasihey say? ' ' No, no, little wiie^ I,have learned that strife In a lawyer's hand don't pay. He! is picking a flaw to driye tae to la w ; I have heard tha...

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

" F* it A A - 'i**W-ii.ynA>U . aii : ..7 Jfu$iii88s .Cpp^MU,,,^.^,,, DR. ELLEN E. MITCHELL PH^ ;- slcwn and Snrge&n, graduate, of tte" Woman's Medical College of.''-the N. IT. Infirmary, then resldent physician for a year in the woman's Hospital In N. Y.: after four years' practice la Fon dn Lac. Wisconsin, has located in Montrose. -. Suecfal attention given to diseases .of women and.childrgn. Ufflceat the foot of Main Street, in the old David Post homestead. .'.- . ¦, A A. A' Montrose, Dec. 15,1875.-rr8m*n60. • |-;.r.; HD. BALDWIN, M. !By\JHQM(E • pathic Physician, has located himself at Montrose, where he will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care.' ^""Onlee In Carmalt's building, second floor, front. BoardeTat Mr. E. Baldwin's. .'.!'-'•¦- .-' Montrose, Pa.* March 10,1875, -. DR.rW. W. SMITH, DENTIST,-, Rooms at his dwelling, next doorj north-of Dr; Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be happy to see all those in want of ...

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

I - Ahfi'I ';- . Aa a ¦ .. - i - . -*¦ rv--ayA„r'f Bankiag, &c. --.r,,-^.-.^*-^"-" !:'B!ANEIN<ir5H(>tISE": ;. -I,--"-":' i ;'--..'• •"¦-¦ A.- f'J !"!'¦'! .'¦" > •'.' ','">' >j' "' ..i' .},yl,^-AAn.'A;yyj,h,y;iAAAAA i' | Y' * ; i l i ! : ;ifi -: :^.;]:l=. \MOmftOSE^p.AA^ AAA A'A'A,' l;l .t,'!'' AA'~~~~1 y, ¦-'';!; ': iAA-AU GENIJRAt BAN^ N& BUSINE^.DQN^ coLlections ^ made ON ; ^iiLn POiN'TSAND! PROMPTLY AtJeoTT^- TfiD IFOR AS flERETOFiCiJiE.; -.,:- I'AAAAyy yy\ .. ,tu..'- mau-'a.-:.] - AA domestio^' a1std foreign ^x' ¦'¦-¦¦¦•') ¦' g!h^n:ge;'Fob;;sj^le!':; ;' '•;"'.";': UNITED STATES^ioTHER B0Nt>S j BOUGHT'AND SOLD.' f ! C0U|P0NS AND CITY AND COUNTS - BA^lK^ CHECKS CASHEI^AS -¦AA"-A USUAL'.' AAA-A -aa V.«''' r = d'-.-',-, .i'!i; --ii^i-;:¦•:;•:i K'i)!-.d t--y. OCEAN! STEAMER PASSAGE TIGE'- (•,-7te£&! TO AND FROM EUROPE*' IOTEREST ALLOWE!) OK SPECIAL TIME tlEPOSITS, AS PER; A0REE'' JMENTlfHE^^HEnEFOS-'i->"/r...

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

^j^^ZIZ?^'^^0^^"^' " ''^"* [.'.'- •*, *^^P^^B .' ;teMiNGv::;;;'MiLL aAAAa- AaA'a'aaa. and/: aa'Aaa/;: .:"¦-;• [Ss^Hll B ER - YA^D ! ¦";;; pfesapB^^ LnmWMftnnfnred at hh newly-erected bnlM5«>. 2L rto&d Keelcr tanriev Site, In§£a yAbxt»^S oo j (, ,1 K . ...'. .HEART OF TpVfS , .. ....... !^*?re(^ rilF^»? ^pt*on^ntty ^ tlani. AfnUgtockof I WHITE ATNTD'YEtLOW Pte HEirLQck. j..-.- WALNUT LUMBER, ¦ '*r=.<fi..T ¦.> -AT -/s.,,Tr.'ii;H ''.-.»-i:.'j!!- " ¦ whlch,rtlththeaid of the most Improveil machlney and competent workmen. Is prepared to work Jntoany /hanS to meet the wants of Co«tomers. "»v» :W ^, 85MP.NJ:^ii!JMB^«^NCL*TpiliG SIDING I FLOODING, CE1UNO ' ^HIJlOLE AND • * xjitu coNsTANi?i,*i*.oi( Hand.: . . SPJahlng. Matching, irouIdingsAnd ScroU Sawin" coneto order. " ". : ':;tl '.;,.."_.^~*y ' ,. " .¦-;; ;;':-- .! .... —rrO—-.,'.;.,';.,-; liiiijji^^ MANUFACTORY, i-icM-j '¦ ¦- .-,-•'..*, itt' A o'j ;a.A in connection wlln the above establishment, under the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

WHAT THE*JOURNAL SAID 1T7EL% here we ale at -last! yOnly W yesterday morning Ned came to niy office and said: • i . ".....: i '.'•'. j •••Well, old fellow, it is time now.to fulfil that promise you made me two years ago ; so pack up your things, fo!r we 'start this afternoon afr-three; o'dloOk for Lnkej George, where we.will have a fine r§st. I I looked at him'in wonder ^ "ob'fd" and ',ah'eu*'; and said :'*¦' j . . : 1 ^aaiiossibie'." :-... \..s, I.,; .:/. ¦¦¦:.{¦ "Not a word, how, \ Fred !;-^Al.l. work arid no play makes Jack a dull boy V With this-last remark Ijesauuteredout of my room," whistling "Molly. Darlingl" Iliad nothing m'ore to say. Twbrktid until within :half an hour : of starting, then tumbled^:th'iugs intlo> .tnyitrunk, flood onxthen£;tti pack them down, .and finally fouud rnyseif seated in the cars, going from the noise and dost; anil b%at of the city' to take a' two weel&s vacation ¦ in this charming spot. .<.<;; '.;':f;¦: ,..:~ ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

THE VACANT FRAME., ¦ _-?«__. "I'.---' Dim, dusty, and dull is the good old frame, Where a jolly chum once stood, Aud played his part with a manly heart, : Iu the stru»ttlc tor daily food." The cheerful tale and the merry laugh Are gone to another, sphere, Where Fortune's smile, though j hid for a ' ; while, ' ;.'...•', '•-'&,. '• His heart once more shall cheer, .r ,.-3[allet, shooter, and planer riiig forth his .name, ¦ ¦.••¦". '''''•. ¦,¦ 1 Arid his shadow keeps \vat,ch at the vacant irariie. ',. . |-_; / ',,'... Not an item remains but recalls to mind The happy days gone by : \ \ The slippers so worn, and aprbn so torn, y And even the veiy pi. - ;--. Full ofl at bis old broken galley 1 gaze, As it tumbles abbut the floor ; And in its state can read the lute v Of the labor-wasted poor.1 ' - ; Here a pointless bodkin meets the view ; ' | . There a space-box wreekbil and torn ; V. A pillaged case, a-three legjt'd chase, Aud a sponge as'hsird as horn. , \- j T«he dear...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

g -' '-..-.-• - ' V 'r ' ;';$} i EMQCRAgJ; ®, '.I ';r-,.'.< J PuaUMlKO EVKKYWliDN«*>AT MojHNING^;; AT MONTBOSE, SCSCj'i. Co., PA., BY , ¦ ££- HAWLB"2* «5s CBtr&B| j EDITOK!* & PROPRIETORS, . Jk -;Jp At two Dollars per Year in Advance. -"•'¦'' TO ADVERTISERS :-Tur. Democrat as in iflwj ttsine medium la unsurpassed in th\s~ section. It reacfeathe Farmer, Mechanic, nnd twines* m,m;r «Ile circaTtion is constantly increasing -and its advertising me8!reaa"nat>te. Kates will be given at our office or by mall.- -, , -. . ,,->•-<. .-*•. ; | ;¦ "-<¦ \i lTOBPRINTISO^-;Q^^r'Office is^tiptflied with four pftttlng pre*«MAogetbet with a large variety oftype, borders. &ucy ink*%tc. with .which we are prepared to do work"?the but *tyk and at prices lower than any competitors in any section. Samples .shown and estunates cheerfully; given at our uflke. - Work ordered by mail will receive prompt attention. E. B. HAWLEY. ' * ,-:..jVwV.....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

54oW closed in New York, on Monday Crruhdjuriesih .Washington, continue to find 0UI3 against important .mjiividlials, for .,defrauding the Government. Frederick & Sawyer, late Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, isorte oftljjB batch ''l^preseb^tiye'Aieiaiider ,H. Stephens has written to a friend in Washington that under no circumstances will he be able to take his seat in the House of Eeprt'Sentatives hefore next spring, but that he has no iute ition of resigning^. - The Republican Senate! will not permit a special committee to investigate the accounts of the Treasury at Washington. The experience the country is now having; in the way of corruption and mismanagement, it would seem to be necessary to investigate every department of government. The faith of 1 the people in officials has given way. * An election officer canuot.be voted for as a candidate and sitjdn the. election board. The election law of 1874 provides that nohpdy can be an election) officer "wifo; h...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

I The! An«-€athtoIIc i^>«cy- ! CaUinal Mc^iwia p^^l the (inart.'rty meeting tlief;^athoJK TJnuS and s«,me allfts:ion=ihaving| ;been made! by those who adMMd;th£mpeti(.g to President Gran^slMti-Cftth/olMJi^ohdy, sboke asfbllows npbri tliat topict- | --* Th|e previous speaker has alluded to a prospect of the persecution of our faith in thlis-country, If we are to hav>e it in our tiurn^as other countries have,Jvhy ^ it Wilfohlj the an honor and a glow] for ' it »{ glory and an honor to suffer for the cliurfjlu I have dfteiV thbhght,rwill it be thatJin Italy, thehomejof tfceholyfath- ^r.;4 Germany, in ;Fra.}ce,iti theJ^J-ho lie eddntries of Europe,,the church is to be persecuted ?•.-..Ara these churches. to have the honor of suffering for M sake, and {will it be -that the .Catholics ;of the United States and; the "church |of the Uuitjed States shall: not have to*take a part]? 'Would it 'be considered a bl»ssing[from'God> if wetwere lefV oqtythat we should ho...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

'_. '). ' , AjHappy Thought, |>WAfiaiiXGT0N, February 6.—An un-Inkual^mount of gossiping is indulged .in ijHe.about the whisky ring:prosecutions ;ind%li;sortsof stories are related. One isi to the effect that general Bivbcock intendsito move for a change oi venue to %M District of Columbia on the ground that the offences for which he ia to be tried were committed at Washington, if at all. -

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

AN OUTRAGE. \ ' . . •¦ ; ¦ ' ¦ : *^ ' ' ¦ ¦ - - • ¦ , 'i ..•-'' Another vawp is h,t>ard. throughout the laud because 4he journal clerk ol the\ House of llepresvntativesiat; Washington instantly dismiss-d himself fromja position he has held for twenty-eight j^ears. = Mr. Barclay could havereiaitied his situation Which he well knew, | but because the cniefclfrk would hot retain (his two assistants,t-heichbse to Jabandom his post Without giving a day's notice.. \ As he is abdut~sixty years of age he could not ex-; pect, to stay much longer and then! what wjonjd.the: country do when he should diej i^/Ihisquestion of whining when dis placed froth'm^BCe*' is fairly, t^k' eu off by the^ditorof the Keotipk G^fe iCity, a leading ai^d sensible, Kej^blieah, as fol-[hW9:uy--^--if.^: ¦>-"-! ;'. ::';;- '•.''¦, ¦ ;i; ^; :; vThere is *>me low! comedy politics being acted^ it i Washington'; Mr. Cppgreesmen Fort and Cason hive \?eeu serenaded and have made buuCotnbe , speec...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

THE MON TR OSE RA IL WA T. We gaye our readers, last week, the message of James I. Blakealee, President of the Montrose Railway^and we,jpresiime tliey have read it carefully. In perusing this meesagf, it will,be\clearly perceived thjat one of two conduioiis of things exist^, either Mr. Blake-slee is igt»6lrant ol the cohditidhs,;ohiigatjiohs. and necessities, oi this commiinitv, and has hot been properly informed by our local directors, or else; lie has misstated t'ae case, imthe "light of knowledge arid facts, the latter of which we are not inclined tobelieve, N : ' . The burden of his message is to the effect tliat the people -.of the borough of Moctrose are the only deliriquen ts, ithd are whollv in tiiult; because the road is not completed, and out of debt and the whole right of way paid for from Tunkr hannock to the plank road. Furthermore thatcthey are the only ones to be benefitted by its completion according to "contract," and the only ones to be injured by its stepp...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

> TELEGRAPHIC , '.'''' •'/.'¦>¦' Babcboi's Trial.,V :-\.j;-i -. New Yohk, Feb, 6.—A St Lo^isf pepial tp the Herald says Babcock's itrial will not begin until Tuesday- Itj is stated tjiat-General iGr^.nt will undoubtedlyibe chlled as a witness for the de;iense;.and wilt be a very important one; he will|arrlvesome,time this week, and ^iHreturii t[> Washington at, once,: after giving bis testimony., Otlie,r prominent;,witnesses <i>r the defence will be : .Superyisor;lu> tbn, exTCommissioner t pouglass,, ppstrhaatei-General Jewell. Mayor. Barrett, ol Washington and ;first Auditor of toe treasury, Mahon.} tAU of. .these; gent>- >hen will give strong testimony, ass- tp Babsock's:integr.lty, and .general, chai;ap- Ut^"y.^illi ^r,i'L-'2 ••¦;••{ ¦^•'!/;L-:-,'-:Jvv* ' ] The .trial isihP 6et>>atipn ;,fflf the fipMr! aud-isattracting.crp. wds pf,,yisitors to the city.' Babcock iniConvereatioi^iyesterday, feiteyatetl h...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

Harper's Weekly. TERMS: . Postage free to al! Bnb»cril)ers in\'ihe United Stales IIahtkb'b Weekly, one year............>400 $4 00 iri'cihdea payment of D. S. postage by tho publiBhcrs. '' > Subscription tb HARPER'S MAQAZTNE. WEEKLY, and BAZAR, to one address torobe yoar,$1000 ;.or,two of Harper's perodicals, toone addresc for one year, $7; : postage free/.-:; ;¦-. ;; . -t ¦¦¦-¦ < An extra copy of either the. Magazine, Weekly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis, for .every Club of Five Subscribers at $4 U» each. In One remittance; or, Six Copies for $20 00, without extra copy ; postage free. Back numbers can be" supplied at one time.' Prominent attention Will be given tn Harper's Weekly to the Illustration of the Centennial International Exposition. ; ,i -:i- >¦} ¦ ' Newspapers arc not to copy this advertisement without the express order of Harper & Brothers. Address,s v, HARPER & BROXHERS. New York. Jan. 20,1876. ... ." XT K03ENTHAL, v '...

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