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Description: Ads-Dohme & Goldsmith Jewelers;
Montgomery Advertiser

Date: January 5 1877

Newspaper published in: Athens, AL

Source: Madison Co. Library, Huntsville

Page/Column: Page 2, Column 6; Page 3, Column 3

================ Page 2, Column 6 =================
Have constantly on hand a complete assortment of
Jewelry, Clocks, Silver Plated Ware, Spectacles, etc., etc.
of the best quality and at low prices. Visitors to Montgomery are invited to call and examine their stock. Goods sent to any address C. O. D., with the Privilege to Examine before taking. All Goods Warranted as Represented. Cut this out for Reference.

================ Page 3, Column 3 =================
Begin the New Year with a Paper from the State Capitol
The year 1877 will be marked by more important events than any of its predecessors. The MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER, as heretofore, will be devoted to the Democratic and Conservative cause and will be unsparing in its efforts to uphold good government in the State and Union. It is offered at the following rates:
One Copy Daily 1 Year, $10.00
One Copy Daily 6 Months, 5.00
One Copy Weekly 1 Year, 2.00
20 Copies Weekly 1 Year, 35.00
30 Copies Weekly 1 Year, 45.00
Postage included.
An extra copy will be sent to every one getting up a Club. Send money by Registered Letter, Express or Money Order.
Address all letters to
W. W. SCREWS, Montgomery, Ala.
Many of the creeks, branches and ponds in Alabama have been frozen over during the past few days, a thing almost unprecedented. There will be no loss of bacon this winter because of warm weather.Adv.

Submitted: 01/05/14 (Edited 01/05/14)

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