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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Raising «*ralM and making Beef and ¦•Pork,, -;...'¦'¦ ."•- ¦' If a farmer is a judicious manager and has a correct understanding of all the details incident to • raising coarse grain, iritiintoining the fertility of his land and making beef mutjton and pork,'he can make nipre money! by having jins gram consumed at home and changed into meat thaii can bb,'madi,by selling it. In a practical.pointof view i this is nothing more than'what ftrmers on the Western prairies afe in the! habit of doing every year. When their corn is abuiidan^and cheap instead of ^paying; the railroad companies two bushels to convey one|to Diarket they turn it into pork and in this condensed form ship it alLoyer the Union, at a profit.'; Farmers in Europe can:"buy wheat cheaper 'and better than they can groir it, j whilst they can raise the best beef and mutton in the world, and enough-of it by .simply patting their wheat fields into grass. We can furnish England with ail the whe>t she wants with l...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

; Black Teetli In Piss. A correspondent wishes "to be informed why so many die!'withvwhat is called black teeth. Their small side' teeth turn black; they appear stupid and .weak, lose appetite and soon die. He would like to know a,preventive and curev ¦' : Reply I—The black teethvin pigs awnb't of .themselves any injury. They are* however aiymptom of ah unthrifty an.d no healthful condition. The remedy would be, riot to* kn'p&c out the teeth as sonie persons recommeiad, but; give some alterative and tonic medicine. ¦ ¦ Charcdal, saltpetre, and suiphiir;cbmbined;are Veiy useful. One ounce of each fnay be pounded up*; together arid divided into four doses, one;to be given, daily in mtdass^ placed on the tongue, or in some corn mueh. ;4i,these! ingredierijs are ^ nearly those.^f gunpowder, one ounce of this ' jpbay^pounded -fine and giy.eri daily4 in tbefo<od as a substitute;A It. is an excellent thingto give'-.bogs sucVa dose when in health as a preventive of trou...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

^•A^ A- Plani Evergreens. .."'.;¦.' ? i^mebody who claims'td know, all about it says that noW; is Jfche tinapto jilant evergreens, and that tho present d^tfti- weaker affjrds, tin usuall facilities for that' business!. Yottr hemlocks, so difficult to make live later in the season *re;iiow'Just right. Inthe latter part of May or the first of Jtine, when evergreens are usually transplanted the sap is running and any little wrench upon the bark will loosen and kill theUree. •;.; To cure doge oi kiting sbeep the Turf Field and Farmsays that fastening, a dog between two rams and leaving'them #>•#ander at their"J0neweet will lor a day or two has effected a cure where all other means has failed. The dog bo treated ia apt to lose all relish for the wrapwjwflheetf.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

&*•*¦;.<¦*: 'ft:-- ,-'T..-rV-s-.'i*-^:-«s'-J(sJO.'>.-..,;-:c-"^*-\ ' --*'-vn-.ise^ '.-.: :c.i .-• -•- Business Cards. .-•-•¦¦•-¦- ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ** ¦¦ > ¦v::.:-'----y/-r| l--HR. ELLEN E. MITOHEL3D,] PHZ-¦ 'MIA »fcian'*nd Sargeon, grWu»t* of th« iWoman> MedlWcollisge ol the N, - Y, Infimiry, then resi-4entphy#icUn for* yearin .the Wom«n'« ^oapltal in N. Y.Tafter four yenn.'. practice.in Pon dn,L«c. Wisconsin; has located in Montrose. Special attention, riven'to diseases 6f .itomen and children.; Office at Bie foot of Maui Street, la, the old; David J?<»t homestead. MontrOM.Dec.IB, 181B.~8m»nB0 ¦'" ;:t; '; y:. HDi BALDWNj m. d.; momce-• pathic Physician, has located himself at Kontrose, where he will attend promptly tp.all.professlonal business entrusted to his care. fjp-Onlce In Carmalt's building, second floor, front. Boards at Mr. B. Baldwin's. :..a.;, ¦ -> ¦>[.:¦¦ : ' .:'.¦, •,-.¦ '¦> ''.-Montrose,Pa..March.IQ, 18^5,; • ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

' ¦ '"A" ' ; ¦¦. BaBking, fee. ;^; »M*rKIN0;:: Hpt[SE;: 1ML"==¦.;= :BonfiMR^-*f"-;"^& MONTROSE, PAiA GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR AS HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EX-\ CHANGE FOR jSAL^E;;; UNITED STATES & OTHER: BONDS i BOUGHT AND, SOLD. COUPONS AND CITY AND COUNTY "" BANK.5CHECKS CASHED AS • >;.-.j.,: .:. usualI OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGE rTlCJK ;;: ;^tS TO AND FRO^I EUROPE, j INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIAL TIME DEPOSITS, A'Sj PER AGREEMENT WHEN THE DEPOS- . IT IS MA|DE. ': In the future, as in the past,-we shall indeavor to transact all money business to the satis faction of our patrons and cWrespohdenti. WM. H. COf>PEK & CO,, Montrose,'Hatch 10 '75.-tf. Banker*. sciuntoh savings t m, 120 Wyoming Avenue, RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT FUOM COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUALS, AND RETURNS THE SAME ON ['DEMAND WITHOUT PREVIOUS NOTICE, ALLOWING INTEREST AT SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

sv»^T?*r: -• '-— *!!!!!!S!H!H!!S55!!!S!!!!^ -,-< - . ¦•".••:'"4rr---.-.-' .^*.-.<.-..t-T-«y.-.-f*i-1^:-.-'4-'-- ¦¦ ¦r-r.7-"?--*'-1 --*••'<¦' '^ BlBcellaneOtts. . PLANING'1' "MILL ;'"':;' -'.•.-'AHp"i: :i-u> ' LUMBER ^A ft frr In order tobetter accommodate the .community. th« nndersigred has established a' depot for the'Male of Lumber Manufactured at hll uefriy-erected building on tho.Old Keelcr tannery Site, lnjthe .. . HBART 0>l!bWS -¦*";'; where will be kept constantly on hand. A fall stock of . ,,'\.- ... .".;>•-: .-'<, =.^-].«.'i-i=.i':-"-> •": '¦-'.; WHITE AND YEEfDW PLNEj, HEMLQCE, OAK, ASH,; MAPLEli AND BLACK WALNUT LtJMBIJR, which,with the aid of the most-improved machlney and competent workmen, is prepared to work into any chape to meet the wants ol Customers. ' '. WBLL SEASONED LUMBKBj INCLtjDiNO SIDINa. FLOORING. CK1UNQ. SHINQLR AMD LATH CONSTANTLY, ON BAND. .' 'i/ ."'. '?¦ •' -'¦'¦ Planing, Matching, Mouldings, an...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

HisMlIa neons, A"'" g^ R. LYONS & CO.».' ^~~" .'¦-. BEALBRa'lM--:;;' ¦ V;. ¦' ••-. - '- »-.. •..¦. ¦¦':¦-,, '' ;iLi .-: .v., . -.. . ' ' <kRlPErrevX)ILCLOtm» DR^Gffp -; MATTINGS, -WINDOW ™ - -.T^.y..;. .v;.j ¦ : SHADES,; ,'¦,...::-. V;;-' PAPER HXkGrlNGS J^ND ENAMET CLOTHS, COTTON YARN^ COFFIN TRIM- . ' ¦f ¦';-".';•:/' '.MINGS,. PLATED WARE, DRY GOODS AND ' GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS, REPS, A] .'¦ •'_.'. ' ¦ -''; AAA.' A \ DAMASK, ALL OF DR. JAlfNE'S j FAMILY MEDICINES, \ TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, RUBBER .;',;¦ .'-,'¦ .. GOODS, *C. B, R, LYOJJS & CO. Montrose, January 1,187f.' p J.DONLEY,. r No. 48 & 50 Washington 8t, BIXGUA1TON, \. Y. Would respectfully call attention to tueirlarge ttajb* tj n. bo; I TP XT n. B which they are selling at from 16 1o SO <r ctat. than heretofore. A full assortment ol , f PARLOR, DINING ROOM and KITCHEN FUMR • - TUBS. : Parlor Setts, ftom $60 upward: Chamber Setts fan $40 upward. Mattresses, from. $4 up ward. Pore wool Ma...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

THE FAST M4lE;,AWil||TAO^. ' BV JOHN- H. YA.TEB. ¦ \ uy by the WeeMy. Betsey, it's bid like you and I, ¦ . »Dd rend the morning's Dady, Wfitli its jiages scarcely dry. While y<>« and I were sleepm' they were printing them to-day ¦;"¦:"' a;'":'. ¦ Id tUc city by the ocean, several hundred liriles - away.". ' ''• •How'd I get it ?" Bless you, Belsey you need not doubt and laugh, ,,. ,. It didn't drop down froni the clbiids nor come by telegraph; ... ].. ; ... ¦ I cot it "by th<* lightnin' mail* we' ve read, about you know— I . .->-.. The mail that Jonathan got up about a month ' aS°- '¦ .':'.¦''.' '¦•¦.'¦ :-y i<\ ' ¦':." We farmers livin' 'round the hill went to the town to day, To see the fast mail catch the bags that hung ' beside.'tlie way ;; Quick ns a flash from thundering clouds* whose tempest swept the sky, , , ' .. - The bags were caujrht on board the train as it '"went roaring by. '.. . v , We are seein' many changes in our Inst decl...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

TWICE MARRIED _»-« " . ; J" BY MILLIE. . ' [ ,: ^ - I"',""; HOME in good season, mother," and the loud, clear voice goes ringing,up into the little chamber where Ruth 'Norton is stitching away oti store work, tjfiat onght to iiaye been don a! that forenoon. Butfche was tired sitting np lastnight for James, he came in so late now, and she could not bear to let him find the room, empty and the fire \ ont. lit was her way, she said, to keep him from bad company, and it seemedj to succeed very well; for, whether it was a gay oyster supper, or a game of cards with a friend, James always remembered'she was waiting for him; and had \a tolerably steady hand to raise the latch;, and an-:"amusing fecital of the evening's, adventures for the patient and cheerfuNistener, his.widowed mother. ¦ r I: T--- ': ¦ "vV Ruth Norton. made ¦ her appearance *ith the vest she was finishing off bangmg over her ..arm, and-¦ her spectacles pushed back upon' her cap% ' S^e jWas a quick, active little p'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Jhb. ©emocraj?. PUBLISHED BVEBT WeDNESDAT MOEMHJO*/ AT MONTBOBE, SUSP/A CO., PA., RT KCA.-gortiBTSr <3e Q»"CJ sbb EDITORS ^PROPRIETORS, At two Dollars por Year iaAdvawje. *5't6 ADVERTISERS :-Thi! DEMoCBAr'ai an advertising, medium is unsurpassed, lathis s sction. --it ie» ttie¦¦Farmer, Mechanic, and buslnes. man. »ij circulation is constantly increasing, and its idvertislng rates reasonable. --Hates, will be; given at c ur office or by mall. , . • i. " . JOB. PRINTING:—Pnr offlfee is supplied with four printing presses.together with a large variety of type, borderstmncy ink's^etc, with which we ai e prepared to do work in the best style (and at prices lower than any competitors in any section. HampUss shown nud estimatescheerfnUy given at our office. . Work .order: ed by mailwillrccelve .prompJiaifcnKon. '; ;.'. '• El b; HAWLEY. - \ W. C. CRUSER.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

TUB REPUBLICAN "WHAT IS ¦ \iITr ¦ ' ¦ ¦'¦¦ ; ¦ •;. As we have rekd the assertions made by the Radical Republican King organs in general and the "Court House Ring" organ of this county in particular, it has been the greatest q^iery- in ourj mind to know what' sort of an idea these "soap makers" have got of their readers nhd M> i ¦ the people £,enerallyJ We can, come to but one conclusion) and that.is that they conclude they have neither eyes, i^ars nor organs of articulation^ but thit their heads are simply bra nlesa, partjzin, polliticiil pitchers, for these knights of the quill to rill and empty at-will and that too, vith just such slops as they ma^f desire to be ri d of. to be rjpnrfd. out and refilled! afi Hh ir immediate necessities'may require. 1'hey must not onW calculate thattl3?«ir readers never read anything else but vfo t they are incompetentto remember w* » *M tuey have read in these sheefcj, 4 r,,°m one week to another. According to the strong it-quid whic...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

THE STALE' GA3C&- I The^ild worn, out gam^pfj ope'i euemies and half friends—who [are w;orse than open enemies, of calliOg honest Dpmnci-a.tic.Borbons an'd charging them with being as corrupt as tjje, Radicals have been proven to be, is ucjw the card for;ihe ti*icky Republican leaders. Thev exclaim ioudlyyagainst- both parties ^ —'a plague1 oil both''your houses,": .flaite.-ing themselves that the people ar^ still to he deluded, and hoping to break through the ranks of -the¦¦Democracy. ! ' . Itjis said that all tricks are fair in war, We do n)t endorse such a-vile; principle ; but we know very well that battle-Helds are not good schools for moralists. Republican leaders- have shoWn clearly enough that all tricks, however low and mean, ai'e deemed: by: -.them to be fair in politics; but we trust that thejDemocratic party will never be found ranged unsuch a despicable system,and that the day may never come ; when the Democracy shall.be found sustaining convicted felons...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Jatoandse View of the Belknap Scanr^.p- -; I: ' '.^dalLV -.; ;^.;, i&r. Maman, the I Japatie^e, charge d^iffait«js, told the story of B;elknajfs fall while seated at dinner to several 61 the Japanese students and attaches sent over to this country to learn our language and our modes oi government. 'A deathlike silence ensued for some f mpmentSj, phly looks'o? librror and amazement being exchanged between^ these sbjCallied half civilized , beings. When tney r«coved from the first effects of the shock, they burst into a ^ perfect voile/ |pf reproach and disWst upon any; man so]lost to honnras t«raccept .an? bribe whijejdischarginVthe! duties of his; high and responsi ble office. "We care; not," [said one almond-eyed child of the orjeh'tjl'tto copy your govern men t,if this be theoutgrowth of| republican pttnciples. Weypry much think we shajl be called home when this news reaches Japan, j for do iyou not say in! your proverbs, "Evil communications corrupt good manners?'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Procession of Dead Men., A sirauge funeral procession a>rived at Santa Fe one day lasit week, j There were twenty freight wagons in the'-procession and each was a hearse loaded with the remains of soldiers in sdifferent stages of decay.! These had beeu buried; one by one, ranging through a period of seyeral years, iat Port Craig,; and recently the remains; were ordered; to the!government cemetery at Sante Fe. The bodies^rere exhumed, packed in gunny Isacks and each one labelled, jhst like sacks of ore Only one body> that| of Lieutenant Drew was transported in ai coffin.; The. officer perished of thirst jon the'JOruada del i Mnerpa six years agp.i His remains,'yhen exposed to inspection at Santa Fe, pres etitedja rather Inatural appearance. ; The tpngue pr what remained pf it, still protruded from the m;outh, evidencing the suffering attending Ihis horrible death.-r-Lu this singular and ghastly pioeession were HO bodies. The wagons discharged theirjskeletonic fr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

litcuii/i Ui yi wii ounun/ j Immunity To. Witnesses. rPU« >n<.n.;nJ.n failnoa'nr Y\\a conofa In I . JL - iqiMg ipi' ^ *. »v pass the house j bill fpr the protection of witnesses is bringing *ome of the most important investigations io a dead halt. iWe can imagine no excuse d!r palliation lor a delay. which obstructs justice.-— jWhate'yer d'efects there may^ be in the-bill its purpose is right and it Ought to',have be^h promptly taken up and passed by the senate either with or without amend menb. The facts that the iform of the Ibill is exposed to some objections: cannot liustify the neglect of the sehate; The •bouse WoUld probably »gree fo reasonable lamebdments, or; at all events, the seiiWte wotitd be free - fropi blame; if ;pr°)^r amendments; were, * hot concuri'ed ih. 'l^he; republicans, of the house, although itheyi dislike some,; features of the bill, jgave it an \alm09i unanimous snppOrt, jTii.ey desire amendments, hut reCogniz-!ingthe urgency!Of; the bi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Brcaklog of ilw fcreat Dam. ,l>ir/y feet of jthe damvat the great Lyude Brook reservoir five]¦ -; railes, Irom Wprehester, Mass^;, hr»ke «Mti Thursday afte^ioon last,»^f ter,, having been w^tdiall day. by erawds; of people from, the city and elsewhere andLat'le* desultory effprlsto stop thel leak at its Jtese whi«h endangered it. the co«tents qf the, reservoirr amountiing to over ^Q0,0®0,000 gallons of water^ werel drawh;, ofS, floodiag the country below. The.;<water ran first through a «aripw. ravine, a;male loag which aided'|to prevpnt its too swift decent on fch6 cou»iry.r,,Oi*ly;one life^ Was lost as &r as learned, but damaged was-done amounting to several millions. SeWral lipases were washed away and the Bottomly an£ Smith & Co Mills ; and the valuable Aah worth & Jones MiU was baily damaged. Eight handred feet of the Boston and ;Albany, Railroad were I washed away. ¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

—b^—MT-r—^—--^g^- — — : ""<..* . Ki.aV'. "]::> - :>»« I' . i 'Vv ': It is believed the jufeiar|lwtl|iorman^; present their articles loflimpeachment this week. Belkhaft withlhisiimily,^- main closely at hoine; receiving but tew « visitors. . •"' -. ! J. ' •. QoH closed in Ne;w Yc^k, on Monday at 1.13. --': \ -i ' ^--1 •'-, ^ f * ¦ - .•? -» '1 iii__L_ 1—-~—-,. ---i-- :ii...-^;.j ¦ Adye^emept?JSSm ^hisj?^** E: (y^mui;I^ATTORimY,' AT • [Law. Office over A. B. Born V Drag Store, Brick Block. Mt ntroae, Ea.;;j(Jnpe9t,75.—tq. Tp ' S. POTTER, DENTlSTrWISHES ;JL/». to inform the people of Montrose and Vicinity, that he b* permuneuttj located, in tho stcond s^ory ol_t. P. Stamp'BTiew bniIdlng;,opp..8lte Cooper sBank. All kindsofiDentaTWorl; done in the.heBtmfthner.. N. B.-Nltrous Oxide,, Laughing Ga»B, given for tha painless extraction,.oi teeth. ¦ Montioec, April 5th, 1870.—'tf y-A DMINISTRATDR'S NOTICE, In JOL the «Btate of Slicbael ijualeyriate of Forest Lake dee'd...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

,i YER'3 SARSAPARI|LLA, -; :"• 1%. i '' ; . TOB ttTEIFYINQ iTKB il.O0D. ' ' illMin I*0'9«omDohndof^he*veg' a\ lit ill//// .' c1 aWe alte« natives, S-arsaparl^MKI\\uilI////'/.riHa. Dock, Stilllngla and ^¦Hiv\TOI/H«Mayy^Mardrake 'witn tho, Iodides ^SBvvlMffi/l5vlaK^of Potassium and Iron.makes-MJtK$K^f^/mE?yy '* most'-effeotiwl enre of series. T*v8»ESi^ , VjB&SsOt complaints' which are very isi^TKi ^^L?' ^Wsfe^-prevalent atal ainictin^. It "fe^: P^«^^k. ^B^pnrHie^theblDod,puigesout ' ?E= I j^ ^^. '$lpthe linking humors in the !—-r I '^^ ^^11 sy-tem, that iroderraitie the ; ,mAzr-\Jt-—--\a health and settle intotroub'"¦^-^^S^-^^^HI lesome disorders . Eruptions of ihositins'Bre tne appearance on the surface of humo^fh^ should b° exiled from the bS»od.. Internal detcnntuanon ^p«u.v derangements are the -oij «- .»- n|o»toPome internal^rgan, or «Kg^.:.whWW"2?- Uleyeerange,and whose substance ihey disease andcles-; iuc^uv.1 o?' .^ . expe]8 theie; humors from ^^%?B3SK ^";i tho ^^^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

• — • •• . . x; / The Fallen Secretary* . ; Meaibersof ti|e House, judiciary committee, including Repubfecians, say the tesfcimojiy. given ^y Marshi before that cowmitt^e, is sirpuger than his testimony before the committee on expenditures in the War Department and that it is so cpiiclusive oi«Geh, iBelknap's > guilt that he oanoot Escape. >The ^ommitteuloo the judiciary uls<i have the teatimAnyoi-Mrs ^O-slHitud several I otftbi'SijW.hOi werenot previously examined by the committee on expenditures in the War Department.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

rp|RY THE NEWS, I C ' ¦ i-yXfm, CARRY THE NEWS TO MARY I Q "* //.£!•.¦ "¦¦ AND EVERYBODY ELSE 1 I 2 <*¦*"' ^m * '' '¦ . ¦ ' I * FOB GOOD NEWS a HEALTHY ASD REFRESHING I B firi'- ^ss ^Y^tW-,'^ ¦ vn I 'J .__,._,..- -..vi._.;..;\.,'j,^„.;.,. .„.._.. "" ¦ ' ' HAVE MOVED-TO THEIR NEW STORE, I I ¦"»'.' I HMT TO H THE PiBST';'NATIONAL- BANK, I 1 (Searle'B New Brick,) ' ¦ Where they will keep on hand the best assorted stock of I Men's and Boys' Ready-Made I DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. FANCY GOODS. I • 'HOSIERY, HATS,"MlLLlNfiRY !'..''.' GOODS, &C, ! of all descriptions and latest styles. H Give tjb a cat 1. and we will bate roc mokjy.— H ferms, cash or goodipaper- Respectful'y, ¦ ! S. PILLMAN Sc CO.,"''• ¦ ¦ ' ?AjTioKAii Dbt Goods & Clothing. Emphobhw. H SLACK ATSD COLORED ALPACAS, newest shades, ¦ 25 cents pfr yard, ¦ at S. P. A'CO-'S First National. ¦ BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES, all shades ¦ &. cents per yard, B . , , .1 atS.P.'&CO.'siFimNatlomL ¦ BES...

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