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tiONTROSE, PA., JULY • 18, 18'77.
A good storylms beet.i,tpld of a lisping offi
cer having been victimized by a biiiper officer
—who was noted for`bis cool deliberation and
s trong nerves—and of his ``getting square"
with him in the following, manner.
j o ker--Captai n 131akenty —was always quizzing
.the it,sping officer, a lieutenant, for bia'nervpus-
Dess,.and said, one day , at mess:
“why, nervousness is all nonslttse; 1 tell you
‘b briive 4101 1 is ever nigyous.,,
inquired ."his"lisping friend, "how
would -you act thpothinga 0101 with an' infh
Malec thollddrop itthelf in a Walled
Which you had taken thelter from, a company
'of tharpthooterth, and ,•where wath thertain
if you put out your nothe you'd get peppered r=
"fl o w," said the captain, with a look at his 4
brother officers. ' Why:take it coolly, and spit
on thefuse. 9 . , .
The party broke up, and all retired.
The next morning a number of- soldiers were
assembled - on parade When Vong came the
lilping lieutenant: .
Lazily opening. his eyes, be remarked to a
cluster of officers: • •
“I want to try an ekthperiment thith = morn
ing., and_thee ` . theedingly = cool. Tom.
Blakeney can 111
Saying this, It xi' deliberately into the
captain's quart/ e a fire was burning on
the hearth, and in its hottest. part a
powder canister..., Maly retired. There
was but one door of egress from ,the quart#• i s
and that opened upon the parade': ginund ; *the
occupant gave dne look at the canister, com
prehended the situation, and in a moment
made for the door, but, it was fastened on the
"Charley, let nn/ . out, if you =love me!" shout
ed the 'captain. • •
"Thpit on the canister. l"'.shouted': he, in re-
'Not.a moment ‘was
. to ' be lost; the captain
had at fit.st snatched pp a blanket' to, cover
himself with ; but soon dropping it, he raised
the,wihdow, and out lie bounded, saris every
thing but a. very short undergarment, and thus,
with hair almost on ens, he dashed on to a full
The shouts E which 'hailed him' brought out
the whole oocupants of the barracks, to see
what was the matter, and the dignified captain
pulled a sergeant in frctnt of Ilan :id hide him
"Why diln'tsoii tiipit_ ;on it ?" it quired th . ,e
",Becouse there were no., sharpshooters . in
trout to stop a'retreat," )tuE,e4.oll Vie captain.
rvegot to flay,: then; ; *itik,'"; said 'the
lieutenant, you plight, tbafely have done
it; - for I'll thWare there wattuft a thin& grain
of powder 'in it !"- = ' •
ti • 'l O 1 • 1 -
the little',darkey was, latelY7founa , kitting on
teps'of a house: crying, piteously. _ , • ' .
"What's de , matter wid you ?"- asked a col
ored woman. .
"De matter's nuff—debble Irimble all around
de house..' Parder am - drunk as a _fiddler—mad
der ban run off wid Ponipey•Squash , --sis breke
de locking klasi wile licking me wid de h andle
ob debnimstiek r de babby, ;.hoe got- eyes
tall ob kyann pepper, and 'Pete Pat dis mustard
on he hair for goose grease: I pat "silt :my
tea for wite sugar wot madder tO put,
parson Squashes, tea - wen he QUM te:see her,
and ,it made ,me. seasick.: De dorge he lick
, Peter face, and got fins moat knot mistard,and
he lies'under de beda howlhi. liitea got
her head in.de milk pot. and I cut it off to save
de pitcher, and den I had- to break „de 'pitcher
to get de he;id out; and ; de get lickt, if
eber madder cams home, for, Bonin ,de bed a
fire, will be a sin."
NONE LIKE HIM.
At the Detroit and Milwaukee 'depot a - lady
was.about to get aboard the' down: train she
said to the man who - was - lealed . , ' down` With
h e r parcels: - '
"Now, while I'm goneyou must take up and
beat all the carpets andlay them
"01 coutse," he. replied ? '
"And polish ail the , Window's, • rub off the
furniture, and repaint_the front steps,"
• "I will, dear,"
"Ind you must .rake off . the 'yard, make
some flower-beds, lithe alley fence and black
all the stoves before you pack them away.'
"Of course d darlirtg " he smiled:
"Add yOil baud send me $2O per •Week, write
to me daily, l and the neighbors will watch to
see it you are out after eight o'clock in -the
evening. NOW, then, good-bye:' - 2
"0 ! darling, bow can - I ,apa:re ydu
sighed, the engine Omitted, and away,AO went,
and as he turned - to go out his. mental diattess
Was so great that be' ell over attunk,barkedlo
shins and rubbed half,the akin Off his posoo-r-
One. Ohio editor says_of a contemporary who
bad assumed the of a -'mummy in - a . dial,
mat 'PerforManee Was obliged to 1 )1 4'.i
little animation. 'into hiMself to ,cOme , up with
the character, and to wear more TeCent linen;
but that WAS about all. • Nature " had itill44ledi.
him to ACt the part" .= • •
A New hisey" street ear man wrote, to
EAN'etheirf: don't* care '.mutch what Id°,
Yeu seem to feel stuck - up, - above a ,hoss-ear
driver; if'my hinds fijirgeitis•'4liit. is to I
want yer totuderitand' that it'ifl'eai l y cry,
tears, but at thesieleAleie !yer., iart. may be
tgern g .-1) 4410P•!', I , g -
. proxionn Aor
the best scholar - ."
- :::-i.!;..1.1: . 4 ., -. .',A .ifi, t'''i '''..ti'i?..'( - i - ,-':;; . . :,.:'.?..',•;:-,_. i.,...
re.prepared to. Welcome rthe former customers of the - house', and all new coiners.
every facility for putting our goods at moderate prices, for ibe best of` work
Vir The business conducted in all its branches.:. 4 o ',
88 Washingtqn Street '• • ' BINGHAMTON. N' Y.
= • are now offered in •
.CAPS, Men's and ' , Boys'. BOOTS' and SROES,, Ladies'
- '....-MisseCand Children's Fine and.-Coarse SHOES,_ DRY GOODS; Notions,. -
Hosiery, Black. Alpacas, Caihmeres, Serge, Musline Sheetings
Best prints, remnants : Scl Stout wool mixed pants " 1.75
Yard wide sheeting 6.1( good working suits •• -5.00
Ladies'•congress gaiters - 1.60 Good wool mixed snits _ 7.50
Good boots • 2.50 Good fine all wool snits " ' 'lO.OO
Good cottonade.pants ' .75 Diagonal suits, coat, pants and vest 15.Q0
All -ivool ‘broadcloth coats $8.50.
BUTTERICK'S SUMMER CATALOGUES NOW , READY.
May 30, 1877. , WEEKS, MELIMSH & CO.
BEST JOB PRINTING
BILLINGS , SWRQUD . , ~...,
INSURANCE -- AGENT,
Fire Association of Phil., Capital & Assets, $'3,500,00(
Insurance Co. of N. A., Phil., ' 6 " 5,000,000
Pennsylvsnia Fire„ Phil., - ' 1 " 1,700,000
Ins. Co.of the State of Pennsyl- -
vania, Phila. Pa. 41. 46 700,000
Lycoming of Manncy, Pa. " " - 6,000,000
Lancaster , of Lancaster, , "- - .• " ' 400,000
Newton of Newton, St " 150,000
Home Ini. Co., N. Y., " ' ". 6,000,000
National " " 14 44 450,000
Commercial Fire" 64 . 66 • 450,000
Fairfield Fire Ins. Co. South
Norwalk, Conn. " " 325,000
Atlas " 44 • 500,000
Royal Canadian s of Montreal,
Canada, : ' " 1,200,000
Liverpool, London Globe, •
of Liverptiol l Eng., " - 27,000,000
Providence Washington,- of - , -
Providence, R. I:,' " ; " 600,000
Trade Ins. Co: Carade.n; - N, 270,000
Patterson Fire Ins. Co.'-patter- , - •
son, N. - • " " 340,000
Coin .11`titcal Life Ins. eik., A n s sett $40,000,000
A.mericanLife..Phira. ' •• - $51000.000
Trove!satins. Capital and Surplus $3,000,000
Railway Passengers '! • $500,000
thepast2o years, as an; Insurance Agent. Losses sus
tained by his Compainies have always been promptly
:tair Office up stalis e in.building emit from Banking
_Wm.:Er:Cooper: & Co., Turnpike street.
BILLINGS STROUD L Agent.
CIiAICLEMIL/sbilTii;} dffice Managers
Dios A irclio4S. •
•= • B. LANGDON, Solicitor.
Montrose:, Jan. 5, -,
rLANTiNa.: - T.3TILL
In.oriter bet ter . accommodate the community.the
tindersigue.d has established a depot for the sale of
Lumber Mtattfactured at hit newly-erected building on
the:Old Keeler tannery Site, in the ' . '
where willhe kept constantly on hand. A full stock of
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WHITE AND YELLOW PINII;REALIi
OA ASH; IKAPLE' AND. BLACK ,
whichmithtle aid of tb.emoat improved machtneyand
cotapeterttivorkmen.is preparedto workintoauxbhape
toineetttie wants of Customers► .• ; • ,
WELL. SEASONED LUMBER , INCLUDING SIDING
- ' .IPLOORING, 'CEILING, • SHINGLE :AND •
LMT ( CONSTANTLY. ON:HAND.
,Planing, Mate.h4kg, Monidinga. and ; Scr9llBawing
done to ordek. '
WAGON, - CARRIAGES - ' , do . .- StE .T. ' GH '
-_,:: .:, (:-.,-.-•:,) : J!: ~, -n f.-i - --.,,,, ,-..,: ' : ,-- ..,,.
in connection Wittl the above establietunent. under the
management of -Mr B. H.-Rogers. 'Examine our work
before-Leaving your orders' ele,ewhere. ,Itepairing done
promptly.' ' •
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MontrOse• Septerabei , 29o 4 ISt.
N0:.41 Court Street;2d Floor, Blnghanitoo„ -- -Ly‘.
lAND OLX 1 .AIANUFACTIIRIN9
p e ß 4 c4s., , •: r. -
Raving moved from his - Old Quarters, No. 16 Ohenaugo Street, io
, > SS Washington St., Binghamton,
EIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
AilcsxLt3coBB,l ol 4%.
• NEON TROSEI
HEART OF TOWN
4 -4- •
.of' D. ROBMSON
_ AT THE LOWEST RATE
FFICE. - • ILO
CHEAPER THAN BUTTER
L • •
• are the prices of clothibg
now offered by Webster, the clothier of
The prices are much less than they were twenty years
ago, and probably lower than they will be again alter
this season. i
Just , see what a little money Will buy.
mEN's cLinnitto. i
Good cotton pants ...: .... :'. .. f . .... $ .75
Stout wool mixed pants .... .2.. .... - 1.75
- Stout working suits .... .... .... ' • .f . r . . . ... 5.00
All wool business suits . . .... ...1, .... 8.50
...til wool plaid and stripedsuits .... :... ~. 9.50
Basket worsted suits : .... .... ... :: .... . 10.00
Gerinine silk mixed suits .... .... .' .... 11.60
Harris cassimer suits
..... .... i.. . 13.00
,Fine diagonal suits , .... .... ..... ....... .. 16.00.
Fine broadcloth coats, all w 001..... ... .. 8:50
All wool doeskin `pants ..... ...: .- . .1.... .... 4.50.
A good linen coat ... .... .... .4,.. .... ~75
A good alpaca coat ~..„, .... :.. ..1.. .... 1.75
Agood duster .... .... .... .... .L.. .'.. 1.25
toys' Clothing-4 to 10') years. -
Cottonade suits .... .... -, .... ..... .... . $,1.50.
Satinet suits .... .... .... ..... ~.: . ...-. 3.23:
Wool mixed spits ....
......, ~. .. . - ...• - 4.50 ,
Fine wool suits .... .... ..7.. ..... .... .. 6.50'
French worsted suits . .... .... . ... .... 8.00
Boys' Clothing-9 to I Years . .
, . ~,. ,
Cottonde, snits ' •..: • ... •••• ••• • 4 • o °.
Wool mixed snits:.... .... ... ... .. , 6.09
Plaid -and striped snits ...: ... 1... . ... 7.00.
Basket and diagonal
,suits .. -... 1... .... , 8.00
,~ . .
The same kiwis and , etyles as, men's goods, at about'
25 per cent. lets in prides:
These prices ar e offered only as an in-:
dficement cash buyers afid''those frOpi
a dispince. It'Will.,pay,yon to come for
ty mites to" big your spring and summer'
clOthing at these figures.;
EVERYBODY KNOWS THE OLD:
1 , I.
STORE ' s
c. s. muisTER JR. ' • '
62 and 64 Cburt Street. __
May 16,1817. • -:' • Binghamton, N. Y.
NE W ARRANGEMENT
TIIO POOlllOl Ex Start
PATENT MICINE EDIPOIUUDI I
The undersigned*Citlid respectfullyannounce twat,
the people everywhere, that to his already extensiv
stock ill d variety of Merchandisela- the Grocery, Pro
He has added a vcry choice assortment of PURE
DR,UGS, PATENT MEDICINES BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY, &c.. which he flatters himself he can assure
the public they will and it to their advantageto exam
ine beforu purchasingelsewhere: To allPiryslciati 134 in
this section of the county , he would respectfully an
nofince that he hasseured the , services of R. Keayon.
Jo Druggist and Apothecary,whose long experience and
acknowledged care and ability, entitle him to your en
tire contidente in the line of compounding medicines
or preparing prescriptions, and who would aloe esteem
it an especial favor to receive culls from:Larry of his old
-nstomers or 'few °nee. Will make the Patent Medi
sinesa specialty. Also Domeeticand Foreign Mineral
Waters—An extensive stock. Also Atte Grocer its— ""'"
LEIBIG'S EXTRACT OF BEEF, ESH SALMON
PICKLED & CANNED CLAMS , LOBSTERS,
PEAS. CORN, BEANS, OYSTERS, &a., &a.
in fact, anythng suid everything th'at is ordinarily : need
ed, Respectfully - soitcitlng a call, I remain .
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' Posvdert Powder: - Powd r
Bbot • Powder, ,eket, ; ad s , Qua
Tupeis, - cape, Pouches, Fluke, Fttse, c,., .
ac.;&c.; for sale by- : • •-•
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liorttrose, - Sept.,o,lB74tf. ' / • -
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For .floya-- . -15_ years, to Man's, sizes.
I. N. BITIALARO, PROPRIF4OII.
R. KiSKON.Druggiat &i Apothecary.
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STILPICUR ' SO A 1
THoßommy CURLS DISEASES OF THE SKIN"
' BEAUTIFIES THE. COMPLEXION, PREVENTS
AND REMEDIES RIIEU3tATISAi AND GOUT,
ITEAIS SORES AND ABRASIONS OF TM:
! • - CUTICLE AND COUNTERACTS CONTAGION. !
This Standard External Remedy for Erni).
lions; Sores and Injuries of th4' Skin, not'only
REMOVES. FROM THE.COMPLEXION ALL , BLEnt-
IstiEs,arising from local impurities of the
blood` and obstxuetion of the , pores, but also
those produced by the' sun and wind, such as
tan, and freckles. It renders the CUTICLE
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a WHOLESOME BEAUTIFIER iS far
preferable to Any cosmetic. >.
' ALL TE E REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL
PHUR BATHS I are insured BY THE USE OF•
'Glenn's Sulphur' Soap, which in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE
_VENTS RHEUMATISM 'and GOUT.
It RISO DISINFECTS CLOTHING • and LINEN
and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED •BY
CONTACT with . the PERSON. • .1
Jr DISSOLVES DANDEVE - F, Tweveats bald.
!less, and retards graynss of the hair.
Physician's speak of it in high terms.
Pnres-25 and 50 .Cents per Cake; per
Box (8 Cakes), 600. and $1.20.
N. 8.--The so cent cakes are triple the size of those at
25, cec k ts.
'HEWS HUB AND, DIV
Black or Brown, 50 Ceakt.,,
C.B.ERITtENTOI, - Proir, 7 Sixth IL NI.
o,'t L i: - p4 . i . ..
Cie;usin,g. Deodoriziar. Ihsinfretmr,, Soothing;
. :fleaiiag aodSurifyiag,
It rerob-ri the coarsest:skin return - half:"
soft and Ifealthfql. - ft imparts - a beautiful
Fill(Kail esi to the skiff, and, forms an elastic
whiteness. •R. citres burns, scalds, chafing . ,
-excoriation", ronglitieis; tan; sunburn, freck
le.", liver fq , ots, chapped_ hands, sates, ulcers,
dandruff. IA isterz on the hands and feet, itch,
ground itelf, T iteliing bcEween the toes, itching
of the body, piles,
corns. Alio relieves the
itching avid irribitiini of biting and stinging
_insects, As it i3-especially adapted to the
tett.r.e. RAI% -thiott, you can
rake a Sillp!lar Bruit at pleasure. For. bath
ing Children, it is unequalled. Ladies who
Also it , in tho Tidbit*
Mild Tidbit Mild neveidowithout
it. It neutralises, the.: odor of. perspiration,
and, as an external remedy, can scarcely bs
used antiss...Full diractiona accompany each
Moo 25 Cts. por Cike. 3 Cakes for CO Ct.
..By mail 3,5 et - d. By mail 75
MAIN DEPOT AT . ,-• •
Dr. Van Dyke's Offlce,
-N0.1321 Chien St.. Philadelphia.
Strrii Dragetatu •
SE NO OTHER,
W § c d c;
:4 auli f act u rers and Dealers in all kinds of
PARLOR. SUITES, , •
' CHAMBER SUITES, •
. • - COSTLY & CHEAP FrENITIEE,
• • AIL KINDS OF - MATTRESSES,
- , • SPRING BOTTOMS,.&e., - &e.
farFurUiture - Repaired,Bottoms put in Chairsi,
Upholstering done, trrering Chaita—
!4-and Lounges,:' . Mattresses • -
• - done over:
•:• . •
The 'Sitbicribers l. i scilit mike' . Undertaking a
'specialty in their business. 'Raising - nue of
thelnost elegant lIIABSES in the State, •
all, tieedingAheir services will be at e
iendcd to promptly and at sat- •
' - ' igactory - charges'.
' Wit! W. smarm & SON. .
liontroseTan. 10, 1877 tr. • •
REAL• ESTATE FOR SALE.
The undersigned. offers z upon reasonable terms, t
line farm ui- -6 • .
t' • ',I, ' 7. ,
about 13X - miles"froin the 't Comore; containing 156
aeres,_with go*, d and or chard upon it ant all
iniproyed. .For partie*ais enquire of
• -- = LYMAN BLAKESLEE;
Poter.flusvelan2, B CAti t ti. pa.' - 0
ActiPtiTA 4 Corners ; tirisquehannaleounty: Pa.
Assignees of 'Los.' D. Linaberry.
Jan:l6 B -1877tf.' - . • -,• •
T 4 Y4PRVOUGH SYRUP.
41.11 0611014 suffering tiom the .elte is of throat and;
lilt diseases should give Taylor's Cough Syrup or ex-
Omuta trial. It works thoroughly upon the Liver,
*eye and Lungs, as Wellks upon tnelvholo system,
cleansing; the :mucous meinbrane remoding soreness
and giving Woe andstr.ooftil to the iiigerantrugans.4
It is warranted to giye sit efeptioh, •
:All dam:M*ln need 'ora - condlgen powder tor any
kind of Kock or poultry eboul4 ,glirrr Tarot , ' a trial.—
',They are warranted to be the teat po‘yaer In market
auttOglife'entire riatbstailtion ore, he' utonetwill be re.;
ifna.ded, / 1 11ey are sold tot ,deitleraitt ruedlcinea;
triF4oll.olXlStitoTlOE:—" e 14 1 . ".
tadeti tart' to estate'
;Rudy deed. Igal:di:Moment twii, v beving bee:fiat
ed tole undeped, ylpignmAndmittqd,t4i,
tete rettßiet4d tWekd'lol2Mlool6ooin ell
;pr one having claims s. utompoimaxismaid,
iwpresed theta • •
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NEW MILFORD ) PA.
Having located in the BRICK STORE for
merly oe'cupidd by - % & W. T. Diekerman,l
would say to my friends and the public gener
aly that I am now receiving direct from Nevi
York one of thelatest stocks of goods ever offer
ed in this e.ounty, (and will be sold at lower
prices,) consiating of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
MADE CLOTHING, Etc
These goods were 'bought for cash, with all
'possible discount off, and are to be iiold - on the
: same terms. • • - -
SPECIALTY-I have just received a $4,000:00
SPECIALTY-Bankrupt stock of Clothing,pur-
SPECIALTY-ebased at a nominal price,which
SPECIALTY-will be sold forabout on&halt its
SPECIALTY-value, (guaranteed to. b925...per
'SPECIALTY-cent. lower tban the same golfs
SPECIA LTY-can be bought in BifightithiOn.)
This is not wind, but a fact, and you carte_
convinced by examining the goods.-t
fig' MY MOTTO IS READY-PAY-4-41,
In looking, the matter . ' over I see thitrthb
credit system still continues , to increaseatasic
tim.s of buyers, and sellers, while the ready
system is growingln favot. IV/Mere - la no
other way for a merchant to sell gooklavfoF to
small profit than to demand pay when deliyered.
If there bad been no credit system . thefe would
be no hard times to complain of. Try leibr 'a
year and you will never go backwardebtOP lie
convinced of its benefit. - -
I am agent , for Wltnie.'..Demorest's pattepe;
also, take orders for Hanan & Itadush:pqnstmp.
shoes. "The price tells and everybodyfiftili the
price. [Ap.18,'77. W
] .0. M. HALEY.
AN 'IMPORTANT LOGAL REFORM 1
tioreatter goods Will be sold at
R . -P. STAMP'S STORE,
n Montrose, foi. Q&si . i at C-4.511 PRICES.
I will keep. good goods and make the
prices to suit the closest buyers.
- I have had seven years experience in
.buying and selhug FLOUR so thtqi...know
'where, to buy and ?Out to buptA s sgtho
•- : customers of. this vicinfy. „
I WILL:SAKE A 'SPECIALTY op. WEITZ
and , -warrant every barrel And , sack t 9
snit or, refund the mOney..
CHEWLNG "ros itcco
haye recently made arrangements by
which I . sell . °HEWING TOBACCO by
the pound as cheep Rayon can buy ?f any
wholesale 'rob= co House, by the barrel.
Tab° keen pi: • lir-sTobacco in:
cadd'gs for17 : 1 : special
prices. - ,
' keep on' heti& a range quantity oil SA ii
. and.keep uncle!' cover, and will sell it at'
lbw poSsiblEk for this market.
Sugar, Tea,: Coffee, Syrup, Soap; Fork,
Fish, itc., all- at :the 'nimble' Six, , - pence
Ictrust I wilt ;receive sufficient.patroci
age from _cash -buyers:to make the, cash
system a succesa.. Respectfully,
- P. SI4M2.
Opposite the i Bankipg Bpuse oaf. Wm. I.
Cooper '4 rie Co. a the Dry . qui:4p Hous e Gttniiberg; lasenbattin - &`Ce.
• QQTA,...F.GF, 7 , ~; ,
Iit,ONTROf3E I PA.
ri"Zati litrlii ; Atiti*V3llll. l ZUE
of fife inatitution wiil•VommOice,
••• :.• • ;
:I'ies4S,y May-. 4 1877;_.,
and continues in session during the ettmnierr. '
ENTER . AT. ANY TIME.,
« Circulars e6atabling full particolaie to be , had at _the
College, or sent by mail.
• Address 11 LOSIEit, Prtietiat
~Rnmor has it that having been elected County Treas
urer for the ensuing three years. I am to discontinue my
Ineurancsbusines. Said RUMOR is ITNTRUE, and
without foundation, and while thanking you,for
ness, and appreciation of good Insurance In t he
ask a continuance eof yourpatronage, promising that a ll
business entrusted to me shall be promptly attended to.
NyCompanics are all sound and reliable, as all can tee.
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Montrose , Pa. iJan,.l9 , • - • ,
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