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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

: 7: - Miscellaneous Advertisements. ¦ " ""V! ^H ai^^iiPi wmm^m% ¦¦-¦_¦¦¦* :. --.: ;"7*-"! -'-'-¦;. ¦ .•'•"-?;-' '"' .. -¦--<- -. ¦• __ . -.,. ;..i . -¦ .. _....-,, , .. «"*7 . !' xs^are^t 336xxdL,'' l**i.r V - fi;¦ ¦ ^ ' 'y<'*yy\--i~y-.--:-y-'-<- . '6;-.:; ,;;';;'¦•;..;' y \ . ;''¦ y^M .' r^;dSlv^PQ^^ft"5*??^- Hasjuat returned'ti'bm New Yorki?itha larg^and complete aseortnieut of DRY GOOD^ CLOTHllSIG, BOOTS & SHOES Filling his large '*terip6^ary', on the National Hotel grounds. We shall $^"\ remain here until our new BBICKSTOJBffiIS^COMPLETE ON THE OLD%R0TTND. -..' ".." .'¦' '¦'¦•.'¦'{ ¦¦"'.'¦¦"¦ . ¦ .' ¦* '"- :¦ ..: ,' rj-. ' . ..1- .'.". ¦,-;,,—-o—-'- . • ¦¦' : ¦¦¦¦¦ — ¦;*' ¦ -¦ / >... ; y>- ¦ . ¦. : ..••(¦. ¦¦••¦ -., . .. - • ¦ •¦. . ¦ ' ¦; \ ¦* ". ¦ • •' ''...;.." , • " Our stock; is new and bought with care. We will, us heretofore, offer the largest assortment aud best bargains in the coonty.. I^3"Butter au.d Proc uce shipped. Highe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

BEST JOB PJtIXTIiXG AT THE LOWEST BATEO ¦ VVe-are continually ^^ ding new material,to our office, and with our O Large Stock of JOB TIPE and FOUR'Printliig Presses, we Defy Oomepetloi •Both ih]tWc«»na Qtiiiity, either ia Plain Black or C^^ HAWI^EY A CBUSKH. _ |; -'";' ;', ' ' '' '-r !'""" ', "i '' "-' '' * t -',"-'" S i kmm ¦ — '¦' ¦ ¦ ¦ — .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

tinder Uio ^tlmbrieHa. V > am "i i t j '.'. ¦ ' '..'. ¦ '. .' .'¦'.,_,'...1 ---^ - '¦¦¦¦ :>¦.': - n ¦> !l - - - ,-:-.. v y. ¦ ! The wind was damp with coming wet, ; • When Frank and blue-eyed Lizzie met; r He held a glogh'a'm o'er bislhead,; ; ; '! .And'to'''the,maiaen.th'us'-he8aidj;;.;''^1 : v ! ^'-ObVibTe^VBirl.-lmy'heart's.'afire^ '; ' With loves unquenchable de'sire.; ; ];.; ?'-'Sayi'dearestOne, wilt, thou be mine, !•, .--.•¦ And join me in the grocesy line ? :) y Tlte maiden in accents sweet replied :\ { "Jim. hold tbe uuibrellli more rayjide; y ;v My prau-new bonnet's getting wet-r ' l'H marry yer, yer needn't freU- '¦(

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Didn't €ut His Nain(C.j ., A boy In St.' JUouis :wa| recently presented iwith a jaclv-knife, with wpicjh, bbyvlike, he cut and marked everything!tha( came in his way, from the diningroom.table to ,the cat's tail.-r A few days after he had; become the happyyo-;sessor of the knife his ifa'ther was startled by 'seeing two men bringing home the young hopeiful in a very dilapidated condition; ' His face jSeemed tp; be cut and; bruised and , jcovcre'd witbblood. the father, of course, was-very much alarmed, and ehquired1 of the boy wbp ¦ bad hit him/ ''.¦;'.;.--'"•-[; ;- ".-j' .' ; "Nobody didn't hit me," he answered, be 'tween his sobs, "it was only a mule1 l«<Sked ine Sntheeye.'V.;;' \V' .' - i /,y""¦ - ; "A mule kickedyou in the eyd, eh ?" echoed the father. "" "Haven't1'! told you a thousand times or more that mules and gunpowder were not fit things for boys to fool with ? What "were you doing; to the mule ?." " / "I wasn't fooiin' withl him at. all," said the boy ; "I wa...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

; An Easy Q,uet«tion!to Answer! !• ¦ ¦ - _r_ *T , - -. . . .-'. v-\ » One of our citizens is. blessed, or otharwise, Jwith a very stubborn wife, In his case he finds that when a "woman will, she will, you may depend on't and when she won't she. won't knd thnt's an end on'L. This peculiarity of disposition in his wife, is no secret'among his associates, aud one ot them meeting him the pther day asked-.:'¦ :.' .' ' ' v '."[...' t UW—, do vou know why you are like a don-¦¦ key ?" ..- ,-a;, . ;;.! ,',_•- • ; "Like adonkey!" echoed W—, opening bis eyes wide. "No, I don't." t "Do you give it up f' ["I do." :r,;-":-v'. ".'.':': „ ¦• .¦; 5 "Because.your better halt is t stubbornness itkit- . ,, :;-.;-;U"I ¦;l -";:¦¦; f "That's not bad. Ha, ha ! : TU give that to my wife when I get home." j' "Mrs. W~,V;he "asked, as he sat (town to j^upper,udo jou know why I am like a donfcy?" ' :''"-^"^;':; . '', ' '¦'.;; ¦ ;¦:-(:;/ \^. \ He waited a moment, expecting bis wife to jgive it up, but sh...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

¦^¦¦MMIMMiMM patMMWMMiM .'.'¦' ' <¦ !- - - ; - - '^•^'piffew Advertisements. ; - PREPARE TOK WINTER ^. '¦' '-j •' - NEW STOCK OF.' ¦> .r~-. ry-. y '• -j - -"•;-. ¦ -• ?:-; '..'•.' ;i,r.---' •i ¦ = i - ¦' - ; :.-at' ¦ i-'- t ' iMm, Bosfilam i Gos. WOOiuEN SHAWLS, , CLOAKINGS, OASSIMERES, BEAVERS AND CLOTHS, ! ::-y:-yy'^'' At G. {b. * Co'8. PLAlb AND PLAIN WOOL AND MdrlAIR DPLESS GOODS, SILKS ^ ; POPLINS, CASHIMERES, * - ¦ . ¦ •'•:'•>.•! DRAB TEDE& ALPA ! CAS, BLACK AND | ! COLORED, j FLANNELS, ROSE ! BLAiNiETS MlARCEILES BED SPREADS, WOOL TABLE SPREADS, , ;-.j TABLE LINEN& TO W-. -.;•. ELS, NAPltlNS .[ ,!; and household j : ;• | yurnishfrig .'',-" I , Goods, j A.largeRBSortment,und'cheap, AtG.R &Co's LADIES' AND CHILDREN*' MERINO UNDEKQAHMBNTS, MERINO AND WOOL HOSE. FBLT SKIRTS, GLOVES, Ac.. &c. ALL SLSE6 -| . AND QUALITIES, Prices to-sult,-•'¦¦ •-/ 'i- .- j ' At G. R. & Co'b, j L-,j '-': ——:',.''. !' . MILLINEBJT GOODS...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

pUfiNlTURE.;;'^ !:;;. '.V'^f •.-' . 4- - i i' •-.. . . ¦ = : : !i ¦ , . . . - . "** At #. W. Snnth & Son's BxtentiveFurniture War jroom yon willflnd the largest •tockoi FIRST CLASS AND COMMOF* -v ¦b'lJJrfcjI!^ X *TXJH.3EJ To be found in this section of the country, of his owV manufacture, and atpricea that cannot iail to give aatl* action. They make thrvery; beat Extension TABLEb ' V\ inthedonntry.ind^ABRA^T^ep. " j -\\ U plio 1 'mt©ry ^cr o ar Jsl Of all k4nds done in the neatr»t maknej. • ^B P A I KT <* JStTSiT^St OF VARIOUS KINDS. PURE NO. 1 MATBASSES, . AND COMMON 'MATBASSES UN DE ITT A K ING The subscriber willuereafter maketu.. adertaklng a speculty In Ma business Jtojtagjwi completea[a «E W »nd the meat elegant HEABBE in ihe State, an needing his services wlfl be attended to prompUyand at satisfactory charges. , ;......... WBI. W. SDQTH & SON. , Montrose. Pa.. Jan. 81 1«W.—no5—tf. .j^ails ... --.., .:.;.- ..':¦": ' ."¦ . TINWARE, :''.." -'•'., ,;: X...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

A, S, MINpi, BINGHAMTON, N. Y., WHOLBSALE DBALBR'IN fiMStYLfi OFFigtMWMMWil ' '' '].;i SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN ' Bronze L&mps, Cpal Lamps, All Glass Lamps, Hand Lamps, Burners, Wicks, Shades, Shade Holders; «JLc, Sec. - yj ALSO, MAJfUFACTUBER -OF TIN ^lNI> JAI>^.2SrNE3D "WARE. Prices Guaranteed as Low as any Houstiin Southern Ifete York. ,. • , Addreaa by Mall Promptly Attended To. March 31,1875. A. S, laiNfcB. .'• '. ''¦::¦- . •¦;¦ ni=j •¦ .-i .-: '•'> "•'¦: ' ¦ y ~ . ¦ .»- -' ¦ ' -

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

^^ ^ Mm i^lmji^ ^ "*""• iTHE CROSS ¦ \ "7T—'-.' ,' - - - Blest they,who seek,; : >; v ; v • While iu their youth, ^ a- ; •'..•,'¦..-.-' With spirits meek, ^ ¦; : ;! * uv < The ways of. truth,' ;'; :, Tn them the sacred. Scriptures; now; display Christ as the only true ajno living Way:, } His precious blood on Calvary;was given, Tn make them heir of endless bliss in heaven And e'en on earth the child ol God can tnio The Glorious blessing of his Savior's grace. * For them be bore j •;.;., Hi? father's frown ; .'.- ¦' For them He wore The thorny Orown ; Nailed to tbe-Cross, ¦¦ :y Endured its pain, "; ; > That bis life's loss '; "y Might be their gain. ' - ';,;; ' JJ'":J Thenbas.te.tochoose |vv. .: I That betterpiirt, ,;, ! :,'|- Nor e'en dare rei use ' " . " The Lord thy heart, Lest He declare, ,' j : 'v "Iknow you not;" :.- .. And deep despair •?. ¦:y-:0./ :• Should be your lot. VK ; jfow look to Jesus whb on Calvary died, , And Uust him who there was crit...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

GO TO CHURCH. It is no unusual thing to meet"& busy and tamest man, intelligent and honest in .all the secular relations of life, who boasts that be Devergoes to chureh. There are su,cb men in every community, however small. Still less usual is it tof meet another class ol men, the very last perhaps from among which we would select our examphs in morals, who would £ave it believed that if only certain impracticable modifications of church government aud economycould be realized, they'would! be found most constant in'.ihe worshiping theory. The fact is, we generally find that men -,w ho have the least-to do with churches and cburch.bur fiens are most fluent on the.entire subject ot cburch policy, and loudest u denouncing eostly churches, ministers^ salaries.pew irentals,and nearly everything else tb;it_gives"4b3*ecuris tbe church its existence io^ the community^ 'They are simply carpers ncrt.BOBest critics, and behind their pleas is not infrequently hidden a cinscienc...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

«y> ¦¦¦)-¦ ¦ ¦ xd^cb^operty;. ¦'¦[¦ ¦ );¦ !• ^'Jf: the growthsi bf| the various; Christian Churches in this country can Jbe value of the church property, the, statistics recently collected wilt-prove interesting. There are some reasons why, this Is perhaps a fairer 1tgt than the mere number ot nominal intmbers. VMoney represents the working force of mbdern society more truly thaw ever before in t|ie world's history ; and even ih the churches, all the distinctly Christian charities, missions, schools, hospitals, church .homes, Sunday schools, church'music—almost eyery departmeht of church work|and church interest have a necessity for money, and thrive or languish in proportions to. the supply of it. 'bometimus this money is badly spent, however good may be the purposes. The Charities are often very unwise, and tend to increase the evils that they were intended to cure. Sometimes the money is expended in luxurious churches, high-priced sensational preacbers.tiind Ligh p...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

u JOHN G. WHITT1ER A musing farmer's boy, working in the fields, and ignorant, of books, he early felt the poetic instinct m>>ving -in his soul, but thought his surroiindiugs were essentially prosaic; and couldneyer be sung. At, last one afternoon, while he gathering in the hay, a peddler dropped a copy of Burns into his hands.. Instantly b is eyes were unsealed. Thei e; i n .the neighboring field was "Highland Mary ;" "The Cotter's Saturday Night" occurred in li is own father's pious New ^England home,; and the birds which caroled over his feet^were as poetic as those to which the Scottish plowman had given.perennial interest Burns taught him to detect the beautiful in the common, but Burns could riot corrupt the singularly pure 'soul Of the lad by bis enticing suggestions of idealized pbysica} enjoyment andunregt'lated passion.— The boy grow into a man, cultivating assidu-^ busiy bis gift of soiig,- >thougb shy of,' showing it. ¦ The antisiavery storm sw...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

PLAN TO CAPTURE ARNOLD: It was at i^o. 1, Broadway, Newj York, thnt Clinton and Andre hatched the plpt which, resulted in ArnoldVtreason and the ignominious death of the! Adjutant-General of:tbe British army.: Subsequentiy Arnold made his headr quarters at'.the house adjoining,and|tljis became the seat of-one of the- most daringjand herbrjc acts of the WjHf. .After the traitor had fled to New York, the .patriot officers: laid a plan to kidnap him and; carry him off bodily to their camp The execution of the; plot was intrusted to John (phampe of iTirginia, sergeant major,of Col. Htairy Lee's cavalry legkm. Champe deserted to tlje British, and was at Once sent as be bad hoptid, to assist Arnold in irecruiting a corps of loj-iilists and. deserters.; V/atching the habits 6f; the traitor, the Continental soldier soon laid, his plan nnd communicated it to Lee In the rear of Arnold's quarters an am pie. garden stretched out to the river and as far up as No. 9, Broadway, when it commu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

SINGULAR FUNERAL RITES The- funeral ritcs of Kings aud their wives in some parts of Angola, Africa, are peculiar.— A shallow pit is dug in ihe floorof the hut in which he or she died, just: enough to contain the body.; Tnis is placed naked ib thei'trench on its backhand then covered with a.thin layer <?f earth. On this three fires are lighted and kept burning a whole moon 'or month, the hot ashes being constantly spread over the whole grave. At the end of this time the body is usually sufficiently baked or dried ; it is tben taken out and placed on its back on an open frame work :of strick; and fires kept burning under it till the body js thoroughly smokt dried, the hut in which the operation is per; formed is full ot people the women keeping uj> a dismal cry day and night, particularly the latter. When the body is completely desiccated itHs wrapped in cloth and stuck.upright hi a corner of the tent, where it remains until it is buried, sometimes two years afte...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

A TRUTHFUL SKETCH Let a man fail in business, what an effect it, has on his former creditors ! Men who have taken him ;by the arm, laughed aiid chatUd with him by.the hour, shrug their shoulders and fiass on witli a cold "How doyou do ?" Every trifle of a bill is hunted up and pr2-seated that would not have seen the light'for months to come, but for the misfortunes of ths debtor. If it ispaid wTell anil good ; if "nbt the scowl Of the sheriff, perhaps, meets him it the corner. A man that has never failed knows but little of human nature. '- In prosperity he sails along gently, wafted by favorite smiles and kind words from everybody. He prides/ himself upon his name aid spotless character, and makes bis boast that be has not an enemy j in the world. Alas the change. He looks at the world in a different light when reverses come upon him. Ho reads suspicion on every brow. He j hardly knoWs how tomoVe or to do this thine or the other; there are spies about him, a writ is ready f...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

A CURIOUS BOOK. U there is a curiosity of literature, in Engialid called "The WorldUiss Book/'solcailedbewiu^J, of the title page, it contains-not a single wobd; It is a religious allegory, devised, it is said, by an evangelical enthusiast, and the thought is in the symbolical color of its leaves,, of which tvo are black, itwo rose-red, two pure white, t'vo pure gold.: Tb^ black symbolizes, theunregen^ arate beak of man; the red, the blessed i^- demptioni; the white, the purity of the soul "washed in the blood of the Lamb ;" the We Id. the radiant joys of eternal felicity. '' To keep the hair from .fallinjr out, wash i he head every week in salt water abdittb the skin of ihe bea<l ^ witlii;a dry coarse tbjw id.J Tlien aji ply a dressing coinpbsed of bay, ruin: and jwp^t oil, jvvith which af«w drops »f tincture of cfnthariUeshave^^ be«i,0J>Dgle^ -Thiswillstiinu: late the skin antWleep?the hair rrom faHfhgint or Curbing gray^ The'?dfeiRi|tg-'''tpf^^;B|fr" aifty?^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

J:> - ^"'' ¦T.-;'; HJEis6en4n^oil»*: l-^"^V-.t,; V.'^ T^HE GEEAT REPUTA#ION^hicH X). Vegetine has attained iu all parts of the country sb A Great and Good Medicine, ¦ -•-.- ..- ...''•-¦ . '-.--• -.-. ¦ ¦ ¦ \ : , -¦;...- lir. i ' ¦ " ¦ '-¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ and the large number of testimonials which are, constantly peiug received from perrons who have been cored by its use, are couclneiro proof of its creai value.— It ie recommended by phveiclans and apothecaries; Aa a Blood-Purifier and fleafth-Reetorer. it haano equal. ; , Vegetine is not prepared for a fancy drink made- from poor liquors, which debilitates the system and tends to destroy health instead of restoring rt. CANNOT BE EXCELLED, Mb. H. R. 8TBVEN8 :-¦ Dkmi 61b—I moat cheerfully add my testimony to the great number you have already received in favqr of yOur great and good medicine, Vegetine, for I do not thint enough can be said in its praise, for I was troubled over thirty years with that dreadful disease,!Catarrh. ait...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

wnrrmB.^v; : /¦;•' People may be surprised to! bear that more letters puss amongst tbe people of Switzerland *Ruofany other Country. In a year they carry on a correspondence of twenty-three let^ ters for each inhabitant. England comes next with 20.-5,tben tbe United 8tMe$ with nineteen; France holds tbe .ninth rank-as k letter-writiriz people. In telegrapby, a>o, the Swiss .beats us etta-ily. They forward eighty one*dispatches for each hundred .souls, a mojgslroiw advance ov.er our tifty-iour.- I should conceive, hoW-eyw.that two-tlui'ds of the telegraphic basiue.ss 'd sacli a country would be between i^ireigiaers. U'-'l!anci sends fiftyrone--dfe'ijfttcUes for,one hun-«r«l eouls, Belgium.forty-seven,;; the': Ufliited bla|*8 tliirty-two.Germany thirty.0ney France agH'm comes in low.- She:ho|d& the tenth place Mujiigkt thirteen qu0ted:^u8^w i^la^ ^iti °»e ^fspatch^er^neibundrfed:'i§i&b$0&' 0: Can a lore^^alM^Suitor,wim M^On^ BUlther. - ¦ j -M ¦...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ r^^^^^^ji^^^^j^ Miscellaneous. A NEW STOCK OF ':: " ."¦''-' " - ,' O roolaKLoary^ just received an«t for sale by ::¦ . ¦> - -. ; \?:¦:¦¦>£&¦ ' . H.J. WEBB. gXFPER¥INK..; .;_ ;=,;.;,;, ... ,.y- ¦< :]';i^. -1 -yy.y.?'¦-¦ *&£ 0 Wm^y-¦ r^y-:-•. For.sale,by.¦ ;. ;-.:-,;j;; .;i ,...-,;; ..-,-;'•-,.v: ¦-t..-;-.':«j.t«.l"J H. J, WEBB, -, :. y~\ .¦-¦ ' " •¦'-¦-.';•¦'';. .r-V ' > •¦"¦ ' ." ^>J ;>' .---J'- ^ -¦;-' A MO, ALL KINDS OF r,>' -: GROCERIES,- l At the store of :-.•.- v>; .¦;.'•.•,".:.¦':'.• ;^'"..;. -•¦¦¦ •¦..•;...¦..• - '.--,¦;-.•. ,.. \-'.v. ¦:-?¦ Jv.webb.,;. ' ¦^Pvi&midL '€>x>isixx0€>m,- • Forsaloby - ;. ¦>'¦ \.\-y'.':' -.:", .•'-' -; -';'- H.J. WEBB,. Montrose, April 21, JR75. , ' * " f \r RECKHOW ^BHOTHBB,--\ -.'*•'\n\/-;|'. - . General Undertakers - , ., ; - .-,; AKD'/-'':':-';'": '' '{i;i- y " DiALElis IN ALL KINDS W COF, |1NS^ CASKETS, JETG., ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

TOWS, COUNTY, AND VABIETY —Pull horse-radish how. -—There will be a partial eclipse of the sun •n the 25th inst.- - i ']¦'..- l:y.y -—An airof 'selWniporttfnce never deceives anybody but the wearer; yi —Ecru is the fashionaolejsRbade for everything this spring. It is French, for uhbleached. Perdona having: books' i belonging to Jhe Montrose Reading Room Association are requested to return them to Dr.v Halsey without delay. ¦ ':''y:'i ¦ ':' .;• —-J. P. Brorsqn and E. McKenzie have each received a stock of new spring goods, reduced tltcir prices,and commenced the business of the Centennial year in earnest. Read their respective advertisements on the third page of today's Democrat. ] ( With the opening ofjspiing comes business encouragements. Our merchants are ail looking for better iimcs.4-Bing?iamton mmo-«at -yyyYy .*•'¦ .¦/•"¦' '¦.-.--'•¦'¦. ¦¦ •' '"•'¦ .J ' As much may be said of Montrose, ^atch our advertisement columns. ——The Bradford Era says,. that on the Bradford Branc...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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