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

Coolville.—There will be a School Exhibition at Coolville, Friday evening, March 24th, for the b^ntefiOof Coolville Sabbath School.— Admittance, 15 cents; children under ten, free. Prot. Luudington, Puperintendent.i....Anoiher snap....,.Trput fishing will be legal two weeks from next Monday... .Are you going to move? :.. .A young lady of this place defines classical music as "music which haint got h6 tune to it. 1 ..Maple sugar is beginning to come into market O-o-m. Centenslu, Celebration.—The committed pf five citizens, appointed, at the.preliminary meeting held at-the Court House, on Friday evening March 10th, in reference to the ap preaching celebration, proposed to b,eheld at Montrose, on July 4th, have had a meeting.and are attending to the duties committed to their care. They respectfully suggest to the citizens of the boroughs and townships of the entire county, to hold public meetings for? the purpose of appointing two delegates to represent them at the public meeting t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Business Locals. |; . ¦ ¦ . i _y ; You want to go see Curry and try some of his Key Wests. • 'Cause he's got 'cm. I; Coal ! Coal !! Coal 21! . !| A full supply of coal on i»and at J. ill. Raynsford's Coal Yard, from the celebrated "Baltimore.mn,":at Wilkesbarre. - Also sofi.coal. Montrose, March 22,1876wl. "' IL Sawing Machine fob Sale. \ j -. •^h^subscriber a first-class scroll sawing machine for sale, which he will dispose of on reasonable terms for the reason thatj: he is unable to use it in connection with his qther business. Enquire at the barber shop;of Louis Knoll, Montrose; Pa. - 4 12w3\ March 22,1876. Charles Cooper. . Susquehanna Grange, No. 74, P. of H.,has changed its regular sessions to ^he sdcQUd and fourth Saturdays of each month, at 1 'o'clock,p. m.; At our next regular meeting, to be held next Saturday, March 25th, it is expected that as many Of our members will be present as can possibly attend, as very important business is to;be transacted. M.L. Catlin,: Ma...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

'¦! • LegalWotibea. REGISTER'S NOTICE.—Publiono-JL\ tico is hereby sriven. to alt; persons corn: crned in the following estate*, to wit:: | > Estatb of Ann Davis, latja of Liberty, dee'd, A. H. Mc-Collum, Admletrator. ' '] - Estate of Charles W. Deans, late ot Harford, dee'd, PriscillaL. Oeansand H.8.Sweet. Administrators. r Estate of Stephen Wood, lato'ol Silver Lake, dee'd. Emily Stone.Jlate Wood) Administratrix. Estate of Levi Westfall, lateiof Oakland, decM, Gaylord Curtis. Exccntor. i Et-tateof Enos'B. Stoddard, late of Great Bend, dee'd. ti. B. Tuthill at.d A, O. Brash, Administrators; Estate of John Tierney, laie of Busqaehanna Depot, dee'd. Mfary Tiernev,-Administratrix. Estate of John Aney. lato of Latltrop, dee'd, V?m. C. Aney, Executor. !U "*' Estate of iEsther'B. Morgan; late or Brooklyn, dee'd, E, A. Weston, Executor. ih Estate of E. D. Faurot, minor. 3t} E. Birchard, Guardian, j Estate of Willis D. Mitchell, minor, J; H. Deakin, Gaardian. i 5 That the accounta...

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

bounty Business Directory, ^ Fwo linet in this Directory,one V6»r n«i. •- * ! .. ditlonai line:soeentV.'* : e,ctl»4 MOJfTROSE-^ ^^ T WM.HAUGHWOUT, Slater, Waolesale »„<• * ' dealer in all kinds of slate roofing;\ja e te'"*, *«M RoofsTepaired with slate paint tooroer Aw1'fl«- paintfor sale bv thegalion or barrel, komt^l^ BILLINGS STROUD. Gcnexa Pir« andLtf! , ance Agents; also,sellKailroaoandAccidei,,T! Su" o°ft N hrBSk^nd W"^*-.' 0"f'2S2SSSS BOYJ>; 4: CORWIN. Dealer, in stoves h«m„ and Manufacturers of Tin and Sheetiron war* ,T ,re of Jfa;in and Turnplkestreet. W8r«.corac Ki,N: BULLako. Oeaier in Groceries. Provf.^ flooke, Statione; and Yankee Notions «t &"•. Public Avenue.* < • ea<s of WM> lk,C£?PE|1"'* CO.. Bankers, sell Foreie, P, !2SdJ *'andDraft9on EBSlMi,Irelr ulfdgS'. WM. LI COX, Harness maker*nd dealer all arti.t. usualjykept by the trade, opposite the' ok « JAMB^i. CARMALT, Attorne^at La o'fficton. door b;elowTarbell House. PublJ...

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

Drugs and Me Iclae. -vsr il A^p ris7, . - ';- •• ', \ It isaliqnid Linaraent for House and stable n*c. A vain able combination, discovered bv a celebrated Kng. Hshchcmist and h«ir«e-farrier. Was introduced in the United Sates in Uie year 1^5(1, and sines that time, by its great succcaa, in the cure .of diseases, itihas won for.itself that worldwide reputation it co richly deserveg,nndnowEttnds at the head of allllinameiits unrivalled / AS ' \ FAMILY MEDICINE. It has already gained the confidence and admiration 1 of thousands of households .for its many curcx nf diseases were external applications are of *" much importance. It is especially admired as a family remedy for its peculiar chomical combination, posting no harsh ingredients, [like tincture 61 Cayenneor red-pepper,ot which cheap and valuless Liniments are largely composed.} which increase instead of diminish thoinflamition, making it oy nature a speedy cure for RHEUMATISM, HEAOACH8, SOUE THROAT, COLIC. COUOU8, CHOLERA, TOO...

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

Arrangement of Hails. Via Railroad: Arrives. Departs .0,Uhannock, <»»«£>—y:~; '¦'" 7Q0p ^J*f *m „ - „n.eDcpot.(Dally,) ..... .....600pm ,6^6'aji ^ on,r M?iford (Daily.).. . ....1000am 1180pm yf'ISSrtfic (tr weekly.) ....l.taOOpmi 800am ftHimSUrtio".(triweekly.)..-.....J. ^OOam 700am "?nk himton viaS. Lake,(tri weeTtly).. BOO p m 700 p m Koppen!(U?wcekly,).\..,,..,,....W '«,"., wU York, (»io Montrose Depot,) New Milford, .Th .fh«nnock and Wyalusing are daily. •, riSoonklin Station mall runs TuesoW Thursdays, <S ,Bin1hnmtonmatl,(cI« Silver Laki,)ru««TueB Thursdays, and Saturdays. -..'... JVricndsville mail runs Tuesdays,Thursaays.aud Sat "the Mcshoppen mail runs Mondays, Wednefcdaye,£nd Friday*- additional Stages : j l ,-j A sta"c leaves daily for Montrose Depot atl m.,and ,e A Stage "»»"" da"f for New Milford atlSOa.m. ,Ddreturns at330p.m. ^q poRDHAM,P. ^ M. Montrose Bailway Timo Table. Attainment of Trains. To take effect on Monday, pec. 2lst, 18T5.# ., . _\...

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

LibCTtywJob A Knapp, Dexter D Stanford Little Meadows-Ansel Fox, Jonathan Bar ney.-: v.- .",:.--• • . "¦• Middletown--Perrin b'Ross. >T-?r ^ «!!'"rt? tp ,o.,K_t oi.„,i;„„ p.,*,. Smith John Washburo,Wm VanCbtt.0' *r , Rush—Orange Mott. Susq a Depot—David Mason. > Springville-Anson A.Church. > Silver Lake—iW-iUiam 'Meeker, jr. ' Traverse Jurors-Second Week.'... sApolacon—EnosS Foster; 5 v ¦'.-¦ Auburn-Isaac B Howard, Elijah Crane. * Bndgewater—Sylvester I Hart), Edwin Hill. Brooklyn—Robert F Breed. . Clifford—Ira Cobb. Samuel Arnold, Henry Cuddeback. Henry Rivenburg. Dimock—David Sherer, Horace Spafford. Forest Lake—David L Dewers. Frahkliu^Jphn Barron, Stephen A Smith, Martin Kanaiy. Friendsville—Henry Light. Great Bend Village Boro—John B Johnson, Julius B Brown.. Haimony—Sterling Banks, Harmon E New ell. ' x ' -v •'¦ -'¦ Harford^-rDennison K OakleyrEleazer Els worth, Frank Wilmarth, Fenuel Carpenter. Herrick—Francis M Felton. ^ Jpisup—James Robinson. Leno...

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

Business Locals-Handbills for Auction Sales, etc., printed at the Democrat office in first-class style and at reasonable.prices. , i ~- _ _s . OvsTEits! Oysteks !! , Oysters 111 , Forty, 50 ^nd 80 cents per quart, at the 52tf Keystone Salook. New STOCK.-^-Spring styles Hats just received. Read &.STKOUD. Montrose, March 15,1876. • llw4 Verily Verily, I;say unto you: Go to tbe Keystone SalqOn and\gct a good Oyster Stew. Dec.,29.1875.-< . .T.' * -n ' ~ ' For pure Drugs and Medicines, go to M. A.1 Lyon's Drug Store, at Abel Turrell's old stand, Montrose, March 8,1876. . 10w3 - \ ' N ¦ : — ¦ M A^Ly°n has a large assortment of choice Perfumes, Pocket Books, and fine Toilet Articles. -. - , •.' v" ." Montrose, March 8,1876. ^ 10w3 "Vox Populi," that "sensation" Havanna filled cigar for 5 cents at M. A. Lyon's is the best in town. ~ Montrose, March 8,1876.. 10w3 >' • •" _^ • ¦ _ ¦ Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes ! For everybody, Men, Women, Children, anil Balucs, at very low...

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

-. . 1- ..-.-. ^^ : Annual Meeting.—The annual meeting of the Odd Eellows Hall Association will be hbld at Oed Fellows Hal), Tuesday eve, April 4ib, for the election of officers. CiiAiiiiEti H. Smith, Secy. Montrose, March 8,1876. 10w4 V Look! Look!! ¦"" -'.:'.,.' In medicine quality is the first importance. A. B. Burns at tl>e Eagle Drug Store keeps constantly on hand a full supply of French. German, English and American. Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Also a choice selection of toilet articles: and fancy. goods. The largest and best stock of Pocket Books in town. Montrose, Jan. 5,1876. Marble Works. The Tunkhannock Marble Works of Burns & White are ;doing a good business and are getting out some very "tasty joos of Head Stones and Monuments; A. B. Burns, ot the Eagle Drug Store, is their authorized agent fori Montrose and vicinity. He has designs t>f Head Stories and Monuments. Any prders left with him will be promptly filled by Burns & White. Tu...

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

J Real Estate,for Sale. \ '{¦_ -IVDMINCSTB^TOirS SAlJE OF ; By virlno.of an order of the Orphan's Court 'oi 8o»- qnehanno Conoty, the undersigned admlnt*ti»tor of the estate of James Johnson, late ot Harford township dee'd. will expose to public sale on the premises, on Thursday, Starch 23tfi 1876,' • "' at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following described real estate ! *¦ -: to'wlt: . l.i ; Bounded on the north by lands ©4 H. W. Wilmarth, qn tne east by lands of J. A. Sophia, or/the sooth by lands of Oliver Puyne, on the we«t by public highway. With tbe appurtenances, a bouse and shop. i ALSO—One other lot bounded on tbe east by public highway, on the south and west by labels of II. M. Jones,on the iortb by lands of W. E. Barnard,containing about 10 rbus of land. „ i TEKMs :—$26 on day of sals. One third of balance on nmil.p.ohftnwation, nnd the balance in one year with interest ftom final.confirmation. -• J P. M. FAHREK, Adm'r. Feb. 23.18T6. r - JJEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. < ; The ...

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

Miscellanoas. , TO THE ::'] PEOPLE OF SUSQUEHANNA CO. Ladles asd Gentlemen- :—The question of WHO WILL BE OUR HEH PRESIDENT, 13 not of as njnch impottance to you a* the fact that CHEAP JOHN, of Montrose, is selling his entire stock ofgo.Tdscos sisting in part of '¦ Mens' and Boys' Ready-Made Clothing ! '* .-¦" V. :-¦' - liootiand Shoes y '?y " t' -"••'- - Bats and Caps (msrsr o-ooids, NOTIONS AND HOSIERY, TJNDERvTBAR LADIES CLOAKS, FELT SKIR t'S, TRIfoMED MATS AND BONNETS. SHAWLS, SHOES, WATER-PROOFS,TIES. RUF- ! i's I FLES. Ac, etc., cAt 10 per .cent less than fir»t coat, tthc proof of the Pud-<lin« is the eating thereof,} for you can flud out the truth of this by giving him a call at his store in Posts Building . " ' -j "I ¦¦ ' • '' .'———— I A ! Our reasons jor the above enormous reduction are several, 1st, our large and well assorted stock wants .e ducing. Second, we are making nreparati»ns to remove InrbSearlis 9 \ ¦ New Brick Store; ; jnow being built next door to th...

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

Iron, Hardware, etc. n mniirVT n hi wiiRiinw '..KAiVBll.ft lUlilMIWIfl, Dealers in , • .•¦•,.•,..-•.¦.-• ;:- '.-• I' :.•¦•" ,'¦ .-:¦ ' STOVES,: TIN, tOPPER, &i SHEET IRON WARES, HOtJSE EURNISHING OOODS,VAND BTJILD-• ERS HARDWARE, &0. • • ''.•-.'•• Agenti.lor -; BLANOHARD, BARTLET & CO., SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WINDOWS, CORNICE MOULD-; .INGS,::&0.,:; ^'y ,y which we will sell at Blanchard, Bartlct it Go's. pr*ie« NAILS, SCREWS* LATCHES, BUTT*', SASH AND BLIND FASTENERS AND HINGES, HOES, FORE SHOVELS, RAKES, WIRE GOODS, AC/ Special Inducements on Pans, Palls, Coolev atd all Dairying Goods. , '.(¦ ¦ ' ' . " ' * IRON CLaD, FIRST JPREMIUM, MILK PANS, (John Hayden, General Agent) , OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, >LATFORM, SPRING AND BUGGY WAGGONS, s Unsurpassed for Style and Durability •' * ' ' ' «' ' r We have,recently acded to bur selection of Stores :' The CentenniaI, Cook, made by Rathbonc, Sard & Co., Albany N. Y., and the AagandBase Burning P...

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

The Markets. Xewlork Produce Market. : ' ¦ . -• f ' .''. Reported Every Week Erpressly for Th« Mohtbosb Dbmochat by Rhodes & Server, Produce Commission Merchants. S6 WhiUhall Street,New York. Hew York, Friday, March 17,1876. ; BUTTER. Receipts last six dajjs.........12,27$ pkgs. The general market appears to be in a good healthy condition. Fine gradta of State are in! limited supply aria with a good demand are held very firmly. State^ bairies, fine... .34 @ Soc . State Dairies, good to prime... .31 @ 33c State fairies, lair to good.... .26 % 30c State Firkins, choice, selected..34 @ 35c State Firkins, goe'd to prime....31 @ 33c State Firkins, fair to good.....25, @ 30c State Pails, dairy, choice — © —c ' State Pails,dairy,good to prime 33 -, @ 35c State Pails.common to Mr 25 @ 28c' CHEESE. Receipts last six-days 14,243 boxes. Judging from the freight engagements for th* week, the clearances will foot up some 25,000 boxes. • ¦ -.;."!,•' ¦ State Factory,fancy ..13^@ 14c , ...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Cooking and Courting. ===—_ . _ €j |atra awl §^fcoW-\ '¦•¦'•' 'II I . ' ¦¦ Deir'Kfe^nb doulitf you'll bb" surprised, Wtiep youreceivep*"* readf this letter-.;•:. Fye railed ugaihst the married state, •.. • But then you see,;! knew no]better, I've met a lovely girl out here, Her manner is—well—very winning ; - We're soon to be. wellVNed, my dear,, Tjl tell you all frbm tUebegmning., . 1 went;to ask her out to ride, . -."' \y. Last Wednesday—it was; perfect wither ; She said she couldn't possibly; .' The servants had gone off together.: (Hibernians always rush away. At'cousins'funerals to be looking,) , Pie<s must be made, and'she must stay, She said, to do that branch of cooking. "Ob, let me help you," then I cried ; 1 "1*11 be a cooker t oo-^how j'tlly ! - . \ She laughed, and answered, with a smile; "AH jright! but you'll repent your folly, For 1 shall oe a tyrant, sir, And good hard Work you'll nave to grap T)lc • - ' So sit down here, ami don't you stir, y But ta...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Borrowing Tools -, ¦%,;: t —- ,\ ; . v [ ¦ Thereis a miserable habit prevailing among farmers which ought to be treated and cured as a d isease. Just what remedy might be lierscribed, (would perhaps be 1 ifiicult to tell, in somk: farming districts a dozen or so of tlfie inhabitants are siiways down sick with this terrible complaint. 11 they could be cured it would be a blessing to* their respective neighbors. Hand w(iuld: r;ise in value-, and property would be more desireable from the moment it could il be' said that that-class of individuals^ had been cured or "moved away." To be compelled to borrow ...a farm tool , is . embarrassing enough but to 'never; return' it, or, after months have elapsed return it in a dam-' aged Condition is aggravating/ There Is no class 6f people in i the world more generous and accommodating than tillers of the soil. They like to do as they yould be done by,, that is, the better portion.of them. But even the golden rule and its prompting s£int...

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

A. Plea for Ibo Cbickeu Hawk John C. Dinville, «>f Seabury township' •who hasjfre^uently dell^htetl the readers <jl theviiiquireri with, his well wVitten artic!efl,^«ip#&be following plea for the chicken havlf, in the Janu^y number of the Lancaster Farmer 4 j | r ;In the discussion ,pfj the bird question atibe iait meeting:''pf the: Laticaeter Corjn*y Agncultiiral; and; Horticultuial Society, while it was agreed that all other birds should be protected "by law from the gunner, the society scented tin.-anihiotts in thei^verfdict^hat'the chicken ha ^wk .should be the target of every gun in'th*e country. { At one time I entertained similar views in | regard to the chicken hawk, but I have not shot one for years, being jfully convinced that he, is Jlften<l toi Uie farmer,y. ¦¦ - \ Darwin shows how, in many cases, the crop of clover seed' -.-'Ai dependent on. the supply of cats rip- the oeighborhood.--Humble bees distribute the pollen on the clover bl...

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

»» p»^M».._ _ ^ j i ,1 a .' ¦ '' r.1 ' Bnsiness CarftsV] j iX$: KM,EN; E;MITOHELL, PHk-JL/;* Mctan and Snrj^on; gritdnat? of the^Womaii f Medical College ot the tf-Y. ^firmary ^ tWttsideut uhyHician for.a yc»r in the, Woman'a UoepTtat in N. Y.=: ufier four yeah.' practice in gon da Lac.Wisconsiri, has located in Montrose. Special attention given to diseases of women and children ^ oace at tttefootofiMain Street, In the old David Post homestead. • • j... • ' • '••;.'•.: ':;v "- " - '..,"' Montrose, Dec, 15,1875.—3m*n50 , ; -; HD; BALDWIN, M. D., HOMCE • pathic Physician, has located -himself^at^lon troBCvwhere he will attend promptly tonh protesiion al bnslneaB entruetcd to hl» ciire. e^Offloe m Car maltfs buildnig, ^ocond floor, front. Boards at air. ^ E BaWwin'Sk - . ¦¦¦. •¦ ¦: : i ' Moutroise, Pa., March 10,1875. " j BR. !W.. W. SMITH, DENTISlf.— Ro^ms at his dwelling, nest^^ door north of Dr. Hataey's^ ou Old Fouud ry street, where he wonW be happy to boe all those:in want ...

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

Preparing for an Orchard Although it is a.frequent practice with many'farmers-to. set their trees first and prepare their soil . aft>fw;wd, still ''many wrongi iieyer made alight.'' It is impossible to obtain an ev?n tt^ptlv to the soil bv1 this-method of- going to work, and o"n'e ban never promote a regular loose eurfacev close up .to the7011119; trees by so doing. In fact rthe man who. de cides where his orchard is to be planted one year in advance of the work, and puts his.ground in the best possible condition before a tree "is set will.not unfrequ*-utly gain several/years by his foresight. - We would sugge-4'that he should plow it deeply in the spring give a good coat of Imanure grow^oK h»fid\ Orops,. and then1 again plow ihthe autumn cross wise to the directions taken in tbe spring. These two features are*A paramount importance, i. e., a thorough pulvenzatiou of the soil aia'd.a liberal coat of manure. As apples a>-e not as. subject 10 th«) blight as pears...

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

Growing Clover Seed I have just threshed a small crop of clover seed, yielding 2£ bushels per acre. The seed is choice. I cut the first crop for hay as sooti as tiie weather would permit. Generally the weather is unpromising when "clover should be cu^. Not more than three-foivrths. of the blossoms should he cut entirely, and some turning brown at the time ot cutting. Ii cut when dry, and kept stirred with a tedder;it can "be got into cock the first dav. Clover 4iay, to be of any use for feeding must have the leaves and. blossoms cu^ed o» the stalk. To get a cropof seed, sow plaster"as soon'as the hay is cut, two bushels per acre (if not vsowu in the spring),'>also any special manure if convenient and you know what to buy. ; Be sure of one.ppint bowever, that jour hay must be cut and off before the ^sebbndj £rOwth (which is for seed) Starts sufficiently to be cut when mowing for havr ¦-;''• v ' Many differ about the time to cut tj*.e seed. Some maintain that it should ...

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

tii^iiri-, rT-vi ^.^ Banking, ^1 '"'" ^__- -^i^Nl^ioiJ^^^ i i^-> it^-toofflgi^fe^ -^ofe ,. MOWTROSE>PA.^^ GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. COLLECTIONS MA^E1 OK AI^L POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOLTN' TED FOR AS HERETOFORE. -; DOMESTIC 1n5~ FOREIGN EXCHAN OE FOR! SALE : ..-•¦¦ • '_ I . ¦;¦¦' ' " ¦ ;'.:"-"* UNITED STATES & QTHER BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. COUPONS AND OTTYiAlif D COUNTY : BANK CHECKS CASHED AS US^tJAE. !\: OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGE TICKL ETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. . I" - '-.-- ¦¦ "i j..-.. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIAL TIME DEPOSITS, AS PER A'GllEB-1 MENT WHEN THE DEPOSIT IS MADE. . ^In the future, as in the pist, we shall endeavor-to transact all money liusiness to the satis ¦faction.of our patrons and eorrespondcnls. WM. H. COoiPEiC & CO.,. ."Montrose, March'10 /75.j-t£>'j Bankers.'

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