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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

FALLEN MAJESTY. 3 Eagles are subject to disease?, flesh,' bone,and blood, just like the -veriest poultry that dierpf croup and consumption on the dunghi' .F before the barn-door. Sickness blinds the eye that was made to pierce the sun, and weakens the wing that dallies with the tempeat.i Then Ihe eagle feels how vain is the doctrinje ofthe divine rights of kings. He is hawked at by the mousing owl, wuose instinct instructs him that these talons have lost their graspjand these pinions their death-blcw. The eagle lies for weeks famishing ih bis eyrie, and. lijunger-driv* en over the ledge, leaves it to ascend no more He is dethroned, and wasted to mete bonea—a bunch of leathers ;' his flight is: slower* than that of the buzzard ; he floats himself along; now with difficulty, from knoll to | knoll, pursued by the shrieking magpies, bufhkled by the corby, and lying on his back, like: a recreant, before the beak of,the rayeh, who a| month ago was terrified to hop round the carcas...

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

EKGLISfl FARM-LABORER'S DAUH •:¦• TER' . .. ;'.'! At seven or eight years old jlhe girl's labor begins. Before that she has been sjet to mind the baby, or watch the pnt, and to scour about the hedges for sticks for the tire. .Now she has not only to mind the baby, but to nurse it.; she carries it abou¥with her in her artos,. and really, the infant looks almost as large as herself,' and its weight compels her to lean,backward. She is left home all day in charge 61 the baby0 the. younger children, and thie coxtoge. Perr hnps a little bread is left for them to eat, but they get nothing more until the mother rteturns about 430, when woe" to "the1 , gWf jf |be| fire is not lit, and the kettle not.on. ;;.$$£#&has to fetch the water^-oft&a a hard and tedious task, for many villages have.a most imperfect supply and you may seevtbd^ditches Iby the Roadside flammed up to yle%'a^ln*|e^||ir ty w^ter,' She may have to walk half a mile to^he brook, and then carry the bucket ...

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

MASTER AND MAN IN JAPAN '!• - . . »4 No feature-ot Japanese society, is more curious than the relations Wtweeh master and man. the master admits bis servant to hisintimatc society .but the servant never, assumes a liberty. He takes bis place at dinner with the utmost humility, and haying done so,'.bears bis share Ofthe conversation, addressing freely, not only his master, but even guests of the highest rank. The master will pass; his own wine cup to his man as it he were ^n honored, guest, and for awhile they would appeal, to any one hot acquainted witb a language most fertile in subtle distinctionS.Ho bei upon perfectly equal terms. Yetthemoment the feast is oyer the man retires with the same profound J obeisance and marks of deference with which he entered, and .immediately relapses into the serviforl nor will be iu'any way presume upon ihe^ familiarity whibh having lasted its hour, disappears until occasion calls it forth ngidn. Freedom of intercourse like tins between empl...

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

T HE LONDON HUMAN HAIR MARKET. For one prime natural product the emmissarles of Ijislnon must, go to Mincing Lane.—, Judginc from the quantities in .which itj is imported, this arti.ple must be in considerable.demandV the '•lot" with which we are mjire intimiately concerned is Jyipg in Cross Labe and weighs some in>e thousand pounds—a tolerably large consignment of an anide which is—well!—not necessary, perhaps, but apparently finds customers' readily enough.; It is buman hair. The great bulk ofjt cornps from |Ublna, is black as coal and coarse as [cocoanut .fibre, but of magnificent length. Many a Obinese bead has been shorn to produce these |ons of material, to be sold in lots o\ two cajics (of about four hundred pounds eaclj,) and is [expected to realize about one-halt a brown alpound in this wholesale transaction.. ^ Skilled experts are weighing and feeling the, l^ng tresses, but soon leave them to investigate the yarious shades and qualities of one ballot Europea...

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

I Miscellaneous. THE G^EEAT REPUTATION which Vegctinq has attained in all parts ofihe country a* • A Great and Good - Medicine, y and the largo "number, of testimonials Which are con.-' stantly pelnjj jreceived from persons who nave been cor-. cU by Its use, aire coacluelvo proof of it* greai value.-r It is recommended by physicians and upotfiecnrles. AS a Blood-Pnrlflcr and Bealtb-Bestorer. It fan* no equal. Vegetine Is !not prepared for a fancy drink made from • poor-liquors, which debilitates the system and tends to aeslroy health Instead of restoring U. CANNOT'BE EXCELLED. , ...-. Ma. H. R. STEVENS :-Drab SIr-jI most cheerfully add my testimony to th& great number! von have already recclvedin favor of your great and good medicine, Vegelihe, for I do not think cnongn canhe said in its praise, for I wits troubled over thirty years with that dreadful disease. Catarrh, and had such bad] cousjhlotr spells^hat it would seemas though I could never breatho any more, and Vegetl...

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

Miscellanedns. "•"• 1 ; pALLANDnWINTERGCODS^ j ' § • - ¦ '' ¦ ' ,-. • )> ,,,:y:y\y Just Rsceived J ¦v ¦ -!. {¦• ¦ < :--' ;" "¦'-¦ -BT^-y • " ;":" . .1 WILLIAM HAY DEN. ! STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOOD^, t BOOTS & SHOES, READY- I MADE CLOTHING, ? HATS & CAPS, 1 &C. • - '::"" •• 1 * * !-' ' ° " ' '. ' .,' '¦¦ ..-..-.•' ¦* Dross Doods, k good assortment. Prints, all th e new' - aud fancy patterns in the market. White Goods a I gieat variety^ - yi BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED SHIRTING, COTTONADES, J DENIMS, TICKS, j 1 .'.;¦': STRIPE ."¦',•: j SHIRTING, LINEN TOWELING, CARPET WABP,.&C... * BOOTS & SHOES,V. ^ Thelargest stock In town. First chtss'goo*"** less '" prices than can be bought of any other parties In tho HATS & CAPS, ; ' all the latest styles. ' READY-MADE CLOTHING a full line, and good goods well made and trimmed. 1. Call and Examine my stocit before purchasing se'se there. I will not be undersold for the same quality...

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

TQWW, COUNTY, AND VARIETY. —^-The receipts of Rough and Ready Reception, on Friday evening lastHw^re about W-' ,'.i m '••'/. The new-advertisementslin this issue will be found on the third page instead of second. , • | —We are indebted to county BupeiWjerid-, ent Tilden for acopy of the Pennsylvania •chool report. ., .,..,. ; -' '. -^—J. R. Ray^sfordNv.ill.open % groceVy and provision store in y the huilding.^now occupied by him as an express office, .about the first of March. 1 A public Grange meeting will be beld,at the Passuiore school house in Ea^t Bridgewater on Thursday Feb. 10th 1876. > V !'....;:V\A ,.\ By Order of Committee. -—-Everybody Is invited to attend the donotion to-be given for the benefit 6f ReV.*W. L. Thorpe on Friday evening'of-4bis week.— Preparations are being made lor a general good time. 'A-AAA A .. ¦ / )Ti 1 h; -; .. -_ ... ——MrXeonard Searle baa commenced haul ing lumber for the erection'of ja. buitdiag for a cigar manufactory on the-corner'...

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

: <;•" Badttfef^'Xdcals'r ^;i"j'-''.¦j'ii'.', 1Tnt people of Birchardville 'will he address-, td oijthe subject of -Temperaniic at'tlie'hUll of Risiig' Sun Grange ;by S. Sv Butts arid' H. B; Bbn idn"oh:,Thursday,-F*bvl7th. We hope to see 1 lie ha)lIfiiled. •>o-•= -> ; , '. -:: ' *i'y- ¦ I ' i ! A'Friend of Temperance. B rbhardville, Feh,^ 18iG\vl.„ .. f .;r i ¦ ¦ - j ' •" . t , , ' - D'okXtrok-^-Th'e ' friends of iRev- !Wi! lT The rpe, will make lilnva dohatlotlat/lhe M.!E; Baronage, in Myntrose, on Friday afternoon and evening, Feb.ilth. A;cordial invitation is extended to idl. , By order of Com, .: 'MdhtrbscsFeb^^ iSm ' „;'•.';" '•• _'"_[', , ; j j - .]'[•<• ^u^i—¦,r^-l«.„. „.;.,., ' I".-.; j .*'.' * 'j '''.¦ Donation.—A Donation ,wil| be>held at; the Spiqbehanha Mineral . Spring House, ip Rush, on Thuri'day, Feb.'l')','afternoon and evehpg, for the behefitof Rev. F. A. Dbhy.; All afelnviteq l<> attendi,' -;1; .V..'->...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

y Drags and Mo icine, "^w^i^"^ "^r'~xW . /.-,,. ..;,'..:/:'..„',. It 1* a liqnld Linamcnt for, House &AA stable asl. A vain able eoinbihatton, <Vi?ebver«!d b? a 'celebrated Eng-Ushcheratstand bnrBO-lanler.:.; Was introduced In the United Sabw.ln-thc year 1P56, and,place.that tlme.-by U* great 'racc'eni. fn the wire of diseases. It ban won for FtMlf that world wide reputation it >o richly deserven. nnd now BUrids at the btstd of all linaments nnrivalied AS A FAMILY MEDICrNE. It bas already ealncd the confidence and admiration of thoDt!Andeflf horisebold* for lit many cure* ofdifr; eases were external xpplicatlona are of g'" much importance. It i* especially admired as • famHy remedy for It* peculiar chemical combination, posswlne no harsh inzredlenta, Uike tinr.tnre ol Cayenne or retT-pepper, ot which cheap and valuless Liniments are largely composed,] which increase instead of diminish the inflamstton, matins it oy nattlre a speedy cure for RHEUMATISM, HBADAC...

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

County Business Directory. Twblinettn thl»Directory,one yearTtToT^aTirr^ . ;. dttlonalline,6Qccnta. ' ch,d . . MONTROSE ^ P"" Wit. HAUGHWOUT, Slater, Wholesale and i,„» , dealcrin all kinds of slate r'dofing, "ate Sfiw ^ Roofs repaired with Mate paint to order. Alio'.f..c : paintfor aale by the gallon or barrel. MontroVfc P. BILLINGS STROUD. Genera Fire and Life in.nl ance Agunts; also,sell Railroooand AccideniTictrl to New Torkand Philadelphia. OflJce on, dootea, ofthe Uauk.r , : ... «*ean BOYD ;.V?'CO:RWIN.i)«alcrs, Vn Stoves. lIardWflr. andManaracturersof TianndSbeetiron ware ™™ ofMainanitTurnpikestreet, ' ar,-corn<-" \k. N. BULLAliO, Dealer in Groceries. Pr6vl»fn„, • Books, Stutfone; and Yankee Notions, at head of , Public Avenues .. - r: r ¦-¦ WM. II. COOPER & CO.. Bankers, sell Foreigr.Pn,. sago Tickl-ts and Drafts oili England, Irelr land Scoi land.L* ¦;•<•'. ¦ .'•• ; : ¦•-:,-'i'i . ¦ ,";¦'¦•. * WM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer' all article UBualjy...

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

Arnragemont of Mails. . Vki-RAtiiHOAi): M '<ArHeesADepaiu .'anVhannock.XWWr^^^^ -J .ViaStaoks: j ' *y~.:. ^'Si^:l:.::v:;i«prs! S?tt 1 Saon riflS. Lnke.(trWkly)., i$ Pni 700p m The New York; (««« Montrose Depot,) New Milford. snAfmn£mton mail, (via Silver Lake,) runs Tucs. ,. - irhnrsdaye.htidSaturdays. , :'.•. ,,.'.' uThe Mcshoppen mall rriiis MdndayeJWedn^sdayB^nd Friday!1. AppmoJUi. Stacks : .'•.', ! \' Stage leaves daily for MoutroMJ Depot at 1 nu.and 'An sw*e leaves.dally for New Milford atjl80a.m. ,nd return* at 380p,t». c. FORDHAM.P.M. DlontreseltailwayTima Table. , ; Arrangment of JTrainai ;To take;bffccton Monday. Dec.21st, 1875. ' Down Trains. Up Trains .ontiiwAJin. .... :,.«.--. . . - ,;..; .WBwabd .v p,M. •> . • A.X. P.M.. n'oo* i.0»..: : Montrose:.....:... 10,40 6.00 ?,0 110. .-Allen's..-...'.-.'....1025 545 K 3 H8 '...Cool's............. 1020 540 R.ii 120 ..Hunters ¦ ,.1()15 . 535t °2S i-i5..;:..J..'...Dimock....V..L..1005 625 535 133 i-.i'.-'...Tvler'...

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

T. - . - i 11 i' i . . ' . ' i i" . *' ¦'".'- ¦ I • ' i PKTrrr—R4b—OW the fth fnst:, ih'ftontroge, by Eld. W. ,1* Tildeu, Thonyia A. Pettit and, .• EfpruajJ;Bop,iff; Jefisup; ¦;;-. '/r-Xs%Zfh?u

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

. ^-..'f^4^3entour-'IiilB<meiii. '?}i:?.*\ . There ts no pain which the Centaur: :,,r;;:; ^cLinlment will notrelieve, no swelling ... .,?;.;.., ' Ai*.tb?y wiUn0$s¥&oao.andinolftmcnoss ,/ .' . ."'•.'.whichthey:wilin6tcnre,.Thi8ls.'strpng •"- '" ¦' ' " y language, but it is true. T)iey have -.' .-: - , ¦•> proflnced more aires of rheumatism, fi'A ; i s. jne'nTalgia.lockiaw.palsy.'sprAitfsis'wel-A yy< ¦¦: i:iiUines.cakedbrea8tB,ecaldB,bunts.salfc rh0d«a,<,ai'-!iche,!&e.i .npon the human friime,-ai:d:o straips, ;epaH-in,(ga;ll8, «tc,,; upon,faJ^ma-.ls ,tn; one .year than have a] \ other pretendedrcmedies since .the .world beg&n. ^Thcy aVeCdunier-ifrftttnti alt-heailngi pain relievers. Cripples throw away their crutches, the lame walk,polaonous:bitfs are rendered harmless, and the wounded ar i healed without a scar.;; The recipe is pub-, lishedaroui doacbbottle.-They gelj.as.noarticles ever sbldbcforeVbecause they do Just what t...

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

Our|Wa«liiiiBloii Correspondence. [ A Beautiful City—Grandeur of the Capitol— HdUSK OF REPRESENTATITESr— -, ' CaLLINO-ON THE PRESIDENT^ Washington^D. C;, Feb. 18t6: No American can look upon the broad and finely paved avenues and streets, lined with magnificent public buildings,j elegant,stone or palatial dwellings in this Capitol city of the great Republic, without a thrill of patriotic pride at" the thought tifet he is a shareholder in all this beauty and grandeur. . _ . , ' Everything here is free toHhe gn'ssb'-'of the poorest citizens, and wheu Congress Is in session, there are tbr«>ngs of visitors irotn all parts of the United States. ."..-' 'r "'¦ ¦ It is an ill-bred tashtou among these latter-day newspaper scribblers, wbo aspire to the title ol Jonrnalists,to depreciate everything in our Own country; while they servilely praise everything foreign, from an English snob |o Jersey oider, imported under: the title of champagne.; j j It seems to me that no person of...

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

Business Locals. Oysters ! Otsters IV i Oysters !!! Forty, 50 and 80 cents per quart, at fche 52tf. . Keystone SjAioo^ Verily Veru^y, 1 say unto you: Go to the Keystone Saloon and get a good Oyster Stew. . Dec, 29,1875:—tf. ^ - Ladies, Misses and,' Children's 'Cajl.f,: Peble Goat aiul Glove Kid Shoes at Auctiob, Friday, .Feb."v4th. See advertisement." Goods open for examination' Tnursday. ..... -,\' ', Watches, Clocks and .Jewelry, re aaired on short, notice and warranted, at F.B. Melhuisb's Jewelry Store, formerly, Isbell &,Melhuishs. sMoctrose,; Ju|v 28,1875 —tf . To the Public—As a guarantee that Taylor's FamSly.Medicines are the bestitt market, of their kMd, and that the quality of the goods shall hereafter be maintained, 1 would say, to all: "If [alter using them you are not satisfied you haveIreceived benefit^ in proportion to the price paid, return the empty bottle or package, and get your money back, as 1 waijt no man's money ubless be is satisfied he' has re...

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

: ¦""" ... a,.. OBATHtg.;, ,U:: ,.;,: Th avis—In Brookdale, Dec. 18, Isaac Travis. ¦ agfcd«5year^ ^ ^r.-,];,. i,;-,*. ^m ' ¦ TuTTLE-fw Elizabeth, N. J., on th^ morning of Jan.'(29|th, yzzie,iVirgin.iaro'nIy daughter of Friend I aud Emeliire Tattle ih'the 18th year of heir age. '"Truly Deatii loves a shih--' inginarld' /a A • '¦'-'¦ .1'..'A"'_:_ '. Sxpymii-it jrBirf. hardyllle, \kd,:jBjji of Ty-. ''; phoid pnearhonia, Willis Stevens, fiou of ffomer Si evens, of Jj.teveneyiUe, in,, tiie 22d year of his age[. /•"".'..•"''. ""- -.'.-:, :. ^ Willis- w4s 'engaged in teacliittii scliool at Birchardville, when taken ill'on-Tuesday. It w»s;'.Witlil"ii)iueli^liifrie.aity- Aiitit: hf%e%hed*hjsr boarding pUce/fhe iioiise ot Mr. t Strange, Syliere hel-eceived^the' k^nclest. c^re'ahdatieniiorj uniii.iiiH deaifi^yhich occurred,iPUiS^nday, lilr. Stevens &i\£ a yobhg»man of |feat« projiij ise, modest; .and, uuasssmuing^.nby^r-putting himself, ibrvva'vif^ytt hislitiilities'as"'if teache...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

~T~:-~ -h: ;U-'"':- '«" ¦ "" ' '>'?}. \i The Markets j X6\v XotlL Prp€liice!iiark;C!t. Reported Every Week 'Expressly f</r The ^ntuosb Oemocbat by Rhodes & Server, Produce Cdmmieslon Mttrohant^ Sfl Whlttihall Slreet.New York. JSeW York, Friday] Feb. 4,il876! , ¦ ¦ '¦ ..;;;..:'"' butt.br.; ,aLa . ['.'' ¦" Receipts last six days...... . .18,446|pkgs. Really fine: butter continues in;light uuriplyand firmly held. Tubs it fancy, occasionally sella trifle above quotations but buyers Ibsiist extreme prices rather strenuously, and in many cases have taken good sound firkins at the relative difference in value. ; ]. - State Dairies, fine. i.. .i.... .31 dfy 83c -, State Dairies,good to priuc....27 @ 30c State Pails, dairy, choice, j....-— @ —c State Pail8,dairy,gobd to prime26 0 30c.', : State Pails.common to fat".. .\;22 ^ 24c; ¦ '¦ • " A ; CHBE8E.; ! Receipts last six days .......12,605 boxes. The export demand continues good, much better than for several mon...

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

| '' ' j.wtov, y:-^b>f Ay-.'.:. '.''.'., .' ."¦' "; -"' ¦- .,"'"¦.? :W:e-woiild «d! the attention of the Public wanting ANYTHING IN THE MARBtJlLINF tq OTJR W6R58 *- - , ;: SIJSQIJEHANNA pJEPOT, PA, ' HT'Being.the only MarbleTVorkB it thejCounty.^®' . . • 'J . , ¦ 'i... ¦'.•• -. •'-• - .,: ¦...;-.!. .' i. .•-. -i\ y All Work Warranted as Represented ¦ \\ ;; \-OR'KOSALaL-;-':; | '¦'/¦'¦}• ;'¦ ."¦ Y6u-mN}SAy E-M0kEYA% i -'. -- .'. .'¦¦ - - ' '¦ ' "AA.AA '''•!• ..'"-"- i -.-.,.. -»-..!.; By calling on «s. '.-. j f'v. . ..;..iri[Liiis.i>etOifG^; ^ I ..': '¦'-,i r '•-.:; ' A "j> . i'! •-';' : ¦ ••' - >!....-•• ! :# s ,:.V':.,".:.-'-. ;•;,'. j ''.'V..M.'A: C^MTIN,, Ag|^# ¦:' SnsqVDebbCPaMA: ^ij[i4i'lin5.-ly^';.' !, A L'-Afi ^ 6MNlBT&LtNE,J. Tha underelgned has an omnlbae line running to ev erj train on theD. LV & W., aid Erie IRailwaye at y*Mr^toeii%M'£ ~\Ji : '"// y •-- ',:!'¦<- / ¦ . ' ' i. ' \..' ¦ ¦ : ¦ ¦ .¦iv.v-.i Anyorderfor • •!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

gR. LYONS & CO., DEALERS 1ST CARPETS. OILCLOTHS, DRUGGET,' MATTINGS, Wlh DOW SHADES, PAPElj HANGINGS AND ENAMEL CLOTHS, COTTON YARN, COFFIN TRIM-/" r ::." MINGS,"' -¦•:' •;,•;;;¦• ..'• . ' ' ' : •'• . ' . -' ' . - • ¦ ¦; . ;. --': ; '' ';!> PLATED WARE, D^Y GOODS AND GROCERIES, PAINTS, 5 ; OILS, REPS, u ! ¦ '"'¦ v.® '¦'''':.- y" '. "". ^ '.'¦' DAMAISk, ALL OF DR. JAYNE?S FAMILY MEDICINES/ TRUCKS, UMBRELLAS, RtJBBER ../•\.;',.'.fi<)0|P^:;&a , ! . ' "¦ ¦ ¦ ] '-'-:--': / ': a^ Bv R ^LYONS & C!0. Montro ie, January 1,1876. • [ymGC7:['T2TA '¦',. '.\.,.^HEmpis^':-,:;..;'y,;.;'-.; J,' .\.; ^.1 \:;^;^;/1;;:^HEMICALS.: i * - - I' * - . - > ' M. Ar Ioybn, Drxiggi^t, "" " : MONTROSErmA,'J.jWi ¦ . ¦ ' . ' • ¦ -. '..' ' . -' . ¦ ] - - ¦'."':; ''." .'•'¦ ' '•" '" * " .j ' '•'•' "" -Dealer In all kinds of >ure])rigg.Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Woods, Bye , .Staffs, Painta, Oils, Varnishes. PocketDobkc, Combs. Jewelry, Perfumery. Poilel Soaps,'B...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

¦a Jjq^^pirdi^ietfcrr;'' IflJltllMlTS;7 ' Deakrain "• ; !.!; i V'lii;.' 'i'.» '/i'.''-i,-' '''i i'-a-a - STOVES,^, ] iC^PPERi;^'$HEET IRON.fiMW, lioUSi^TJRN. ISHINiG MODS^ ANDiBUfLD-)^:-ERa SARDWApi &C. ¦.•iiWr • -y ASi-iA ---h -y ' •":..:' -'¦. -;¦ r Agents tor; ' / ':; BLANCHAliD,:':: BARTLET & CO., SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WINDOWS, CORNICE MOULD-. ^;:-';'-;r';v:'TNXxS,'&c.,,.;a :;•,,.;/•_.-wbtch we will sell atBlanehard; Bortlet & Cp's. pr;< ca NAILS, SCREWS, LATCHES, BUT1 c, SASH AND BLIND1 FASTEN--.', ERS AND HINGES, HOES, ,.--FORK SHOVEI^, RAKES, WIRE GOODS, &C. Special Inducements on Pans, Palls, Codec and ail Dairying Ooodr. - ..¦ .- ¦¦-- .-:¦ ¦ ."¦'-•-l -• •'¦ - ¦¦ - -I '-:•¦ A-' " :- . ¦ V ¦' - - • — .!• ¦ '¦¦ . :'- -. IRON CLAD, FIRST PREMIUM, MILK PANS. • (Johx.Hayden, General Agent) \ OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, PLATF0RM% SPRING AND BUGv GY WAGGONS. Unsurpaftsed for Style and Durability. We have recently acded to our selection of...

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