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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

• [Fob the Bsramcaa.) AOAIS. VU. HaKCAH TaXLOOS. I wonder, .sifter tilth* year* ¦ OffeUure, of elmo*t despair, .^^g ^^M^rtotdM^to^TffitfSiiMff^ Arl»e and gird my loins and dire, 0 trembling heart, O shrinking Krai. ¦ Try once more for the longed-for goal t I had not thought over again .. I would lift np my weary hands;; Engirt with ceaseless, hopeless pain, , I. said: henceforth life'* feeble sands Shall obbonward all quietly, Until they reach the "Unfcthomed Sea. " But day and night, and night and day, ' Life's myriad'travellers pais along; Sometimes I bear a saddened lay. Sometimes I hear exultant song; ,. But, sad or glad, eachpisaor-by ! -Baa—"Onward—bo," for rallying cry. O trembling heart, O shrinking soul, If we ahonld fail if we ahoold faint; It once again we mlaa the goal, - <' <[- With sandals-worn and garments rent; If fail we moat, O heart, 0 soul, Twere best with face set towardi the goal. ¦ * " 11*11

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

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Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

^ .i ADDRESS OF THE REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE. Headquarters Republican Stale Committee, St. Cloud Hold, Philadelphia, Mag 17,1882. ft) THE BUCBLICaSS of Pesmstlvaicia: The Bepnblicau State Conimittee thu8 e.irly announces the opening of its Headqaarters, and iisks the prompt coopeiaiioa of all active Republicans, to the eud that the details of what must prove a great canvass may receive the most cereful attention. .The Harnsburg Convention has submitted to tue suffrages of the people a great ticket and a glorious' platform. Tue ticket embolic* a group of names which for ability, fitness und repre-sentitive character it is impossible to excel.' Gen'l Beaver is not ouly the type of our soldiery—of that host which counted, in its ranks'.nearly a quarter of a bullion of Peuneylvauians when the Union of the States was imperilled—bat his . deeds and sufferings for the cause place bW in the front rank of the heroes of tuut war. As Republicans we vowed in its darker hours Mi at pol...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

flESEBAL BEATEBS SPEECH. Following is General Beaver's speech to the convention offer his nomination: Representatives of theRepublioansof Pennsylvania: I am here in obedience to ybtir summons, in: answer to your request. The committee of your body, who have conveyed that request hare also informed me of your action in naming mo as the candidate of the Republican party of Pennsylvania for the suffrages of the people in the approaching election of a Chief Magistrate of. our great Commonwealth. I am hot insensible to the distinguished honor which yon have conferred upon me by the voice of this great convention. The man wonld be strangely lacking in the feelings which are common to our hu manity whose heart could fail to be stirred by a pleasurable emotion in view of this action. And yet yon will mm^MjiWi ^ lo ienbt msenttothe saying, that this nomination is an empty ; honor unless yon fairly represent in its'bestowal the free will and the untrammeled choice of your *t i .... jg...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

A Tragic Tale. All his life he hod toiled and saved and scraped, and pulled every string that .had a dollar at the end of it And. nowlall bis hard-earned wealth was gone and a great hateful idterest-saihng mortgage spread its black wings overall that be owned and loved on earth. He sank into a chair, and, folding bis arms upon the table before him. bowed his' gray bead upon them and groaned great groans. Hisjieart seemed breaking. ! 'Did you mortgage the farm ?' asked his wife, anxiously, stealing softly to his side. '. ' ¦ Yes,' he growled, 'both farms, and sold the wood lot over on Big Island.' 'And did yon have to mortgage the town house too?' she. asked, with quivering lips and glistening eyes. 'Oh, yes,' said the man in hollow tones. "Oh, yes, and sold all my stock in the Northern, and hypothecated what I had in the Sixth street bridge.* 'And was it enough ?' she asked, trembling with eagerness..'Was it enough V •Not quite,' hegrowled, and then, as he saw the ghastly pa...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

DECORATION DAY. GSNaVUL ObDEBS. 1 H«AlXJPABTEB8De vpartmentof Peon-No. 6. Jsylvonia, G. A- R. Philadelphia, May C, 1882. - Comrades:—Tnesday, May 30th, will be observed as onr jAnnual; Memorial Day, when yon will go out to the graves of our forty thousand fellow-soldiers, who silently bivouac within the borders of Pennsylvania and decorate them with the fresh flowers of the spring time. In more, than a thousand burial grounds in our State; in, the crowded cemetery of the city, in the graveyard of the village, in the shade of the valley, in the sunshine on the hillside,' rest onr soldier dead, brought from the fields of their glory where; they fell in the battle's storm, or who, stricken with wounds or wasted with disease, came back from their campaigns to be ;*mns-.SrWa* a^ssv." **wllg^^^r5S JSjasJ*!^rsWiS^^|B^^B» pjB^BJBfl(BHJt 0B^B^B^^£ SJB|B^r|BB^pSjr j amidst the scenes of their childhood, among kindred and friends. Remit entirely the cares and labors of life for the day, ...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

'- ^^'^IrSn^'Thfaf. - • -The Vfce President is mentioned as having .been present on a certain occasuon in Washington:, There is no such ofilcer in the UnitedI States, nor has then, been any such officer'here since YwePjreaid ent Arthur took the oath of office af President of the United States, almpstifr months since. Further, it is a\Uogethet probable that there will be no inot-President nntU the 4th of MarebrllSSS, that is to say, until after the xw^yrflftb national election shall have *e»J|aetd and decided, and a Vice Proai4«»| tie chosen, at the same time and l^ineaame votes, that will belong to ttie^it^ history of that election, M Mt Davis , cf Illinois, is meant, thatgp jgWiua ia no more Vice PresidentW^fUted States than he ia Cnfirf^tt|^^ the Supreme Court of ' ^ ' ¦ Ji^mWiii^- He.' is president of | can be held only rby a member of the Senate; and the Vice President of the United States cannot be a member of the United States Senate. Were the office of President ol th...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

AMERICAS PURSE PRINCES. The Grand Hotel here, in everything grand but its politeness and its comforts is in a sort of inflamation preparing the entire first floor of bedrooms and attached sitting-rooms for "the] American purse prince, William H. Vaudcrbilt, ar.d all his family, attendants and general impedimenta. ^ The 'manager' of this Grand Hotel, at. no time a Solomon, is now stark, staring mad over such distinguished guests. Next to him in ''the mad passion' are the London brica-brac dealers, who have endless articles of vertu to sell to Mr. Vanderbilt for, his new mansion. Men who1' are the special agents of Midas must pay for their whistle in this identical region where old Ben Franklin wrote bis immortal fable. Some time ago Mr. J. Lord telegraphed to Venice thus: 'Prepare rooms for J. Lord and family.' In eager ecstatic delight the Venetian hotel-keeper prepared the most'sumptuous suite of rojuis in the hotel. On arriving Mr. Lord nas met at the portals of the hotel ...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

FA8HS0I NOTES. Spanish lsco holds its own with the rival ficelle. White will bo much worn foe summer house dresses.. All kinds of carpets copy Oriental designs and colors. . . | ¦ Neck ribbons are more frequently tied on one side than in front Little children will wear white for dressy occasions this summer. Low-necked, short-sleeved dresses are revived for small girls under 9. Chip hats, particularly black one*, will be much worn as the season ad-'' vances. " - White pique bonnets sad hats for little children are sold in large numbers to country merchants. Shirred yoke dresses, with faU skirts and no waistbant or shirring, an mash *om; rVHatwgMavgrv- •.^'Ife.^ little girls bos a high Normandy crown buttoned on to a deep poke brim. - Irish point collars and. cuffs are sold in sets for children's wear. They make the plainest kind of gingham frock dressy; New table linen of tho finest gradesr comrs in tinted grounds, with damask designs in white on one side, while on the other...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

Women as Listeners. Woman i is primarily a being who listens. She has in these days lost much of her original teachableness, but she has not yet entirely discarded the. appearance ol being teachable. In her capacity for hearing without obeying lies her true power. As a talker, she has her peersjlas a listener, she is unequalled. L > If, as a French writer says, the conversation of women in society is like the straw in. which china is packed—worthless in itself, but without which everything would be broken—the listening of women is what saves us from a Babel of tongues that would bring the sky about our ears in no time. Not that woman is always, or, as a rule, unwilling to nse her tongue (there is no need of being radical), but thejisteuer who encourages'you with eyes and ex pression and appreciative laughter is a woman. She never lets her glance wander in an absent manner, to be brought back to meet yours at an important point with an effort of which yon are both keen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

He Made the Wrong Fur Fly. 1 ¦• * " " &. very exoiiea coiorea Drawer nunied np an officer patrolling Baxter street yesterday and said that he had long borne the abuse of a man of his color, who was then in a house on the next block, and added, ' I don' want to brok the law, but the time has arrove when I must crush dat pnsson to dedust* r 'If I catch you fighting, I shall have to take you down,' replied the other ' I can't help it, sab—can't help it, no how. If dat possum makes bis disappearance on de street when I'm aroun de fur am gwine to fly, if I die for- it He's slandered me an* lied about me, an'Ize gwine to fe-rush .him same as yon would a tiger. The officer passed on to the end of his beat and returned to find the crusher with his back to the fence sad a woman lending him a wet rag to bind his head up. - 'Let's seel Yon are the man who was going to crush some one? observed, the officer. •I'specs I are.' r ¦ •Did he come out?' i 'I 'specs he did.' -•..;' •Did...

Publication Title: Bradford Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

What can be Sown in June. Those who. have a tune of 'making* in early spring, and doing np the-sowing all at once, do not get the greatest good from their gardens. There are many vegetables of which the' season can be greatly prolonged by making successive sowings. A striking example of this, is Sweet Corn, which, by judicious sowings may be had every day until frost stops' its growth. In many localities, the most thoroughly tropical plants, such: as Lima Beans, Okra, and the Melons, do better if put in now than if sown earlier. For succession, after the first sowing, put in Bush Beans,;Beets (allowing plenty to be used as beet greets), Cucumbers, and other pickle plants. Cjarrob, Kohl Rabi, and Salsify, are among those that'may still be sown and make a crop before frost arrives.—American Aqriculturist for June. -.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

- She was Confused. It was not in McFadden's drug stote that a young and sprightly school teacher last week addressed the clerk:: }' *I would like a' sponge bath.' 'Ahj oh, a—will you please repeat; If did not quite understand you!' stammered the clerk. ' I wonld like a good sponge bath,' . again demanded the customer, while a pair of sharp gray eyes, beaming with wonder and. impatience, made him tremble. - <¦' ¦' . More dead than alive he managed to tell bis fair visitor his inability to catch her meaning. - 'Well, I never I If this isn't queer! I think I speak intelligently enough. 1 —want—you—to—; give—me^-o—good —sponge—bath.' At this moment the proprietor whispered: 'She wants a bath sponge.' At the same moment she comprehend-Ied the trouble and fled from the store before she could be recognized by any one, bnt too late! A gentleman raised his hat toiler, passed in and. all was discovered.—[Hackensack. Republican

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

A *»Centlngeat" Fee. .j. A citizen had had occasion to consult a lawyer regarding a suit which he had contemplated instituting, but of the definite outcome of which he was ia donbt He did not: wish to pay,a retaining fee, because he was uncertain of winning. The attorney said he would accept a contingent fee. The party met Mr. Burleigh some time afterward and asked bug-the definition of a contingent fee. "**'-_.. •A contingent feet" jocosely said Mr. Burleigh, is this: 'If a lawyer loses the case he gets nothing. If he wins you get nothing.' «ut,' said the perplexed party, scratching his head, 'I can't say that I exactly comprehend you.' -' ' I thought I was quite dear,' said Mr, Burleigh, who repeated what be had said. "" 'But it seems that ~I don't get anything in either event,' said the man, when his intellect bad folly grasped the situation. •Well, that is about the size of a contingent fee,' replied Mr. Burleigh, terminating the conversation.—[Detroit Free Fress. ¦ . , ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

DR. JONES' CBEiM CAMPHOR. IS THE K AWE of the popular Uoament that cores Kheumatisib. Neuralgia, Swollen or Stiffened Joints. Frost Bites, pain In the Face. Head or Spine, Chopped Hands, Bruises, Sprains, Bans, Mosqaito Bites, Sting or Bite of an insect Poison Vines, etc., ' for Han - or Beast Always reliable, and almost instantaneous in Its relief. Having an agreeable odor-II la pleasant to apply, sold by all druggists. Price 45 cts. N. B.—This liniment received a Prjre Medal it the 8Ute Fair. 1879. - ASA JOKES, Prop'r, 319 N. 3d 8t, Phils.. Pa. Jsn. 13.6-m. Tj ETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS XU KOTE HEADS, *c printed in the best styW -the art at the Bxrrouoa* ofiee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

1>LANK BOOK MANUFACTURER AND BOOK BINDER, PAPER KULER, &o. ' ' If! -j Alfred J. Purvis, No. 131 Genessee street, ¦ / - UTICA, N. Y ¦,, , ; ,-- ; r AU work in his line done well and promptly at lowest price. j ' Parties baring Tolomes incomplete will be far-- niihed with any missing numbers at cost price. All orders given to J. J. Scanlan, Agent for Bradford County, will be promptly executed according to directions. 2 aep9.tr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

SECRET SOCIETIES. WATKINS POST, SO. 68, O. A. B. Meets every Saturday evening, at Military HalL i. GEO..V. MYEB, Commander. j. It. KirraipoE. Adjutant. teb 7.79 C ' BYSTAL LODGE, NO. 67. Meets at K. of P. Ball every Monday evening at 7:30. Insurance $2,000. Benefits $3.00 per week. Average annual cost, E years experience, $11. 1. B. K1TTB1DOE, Reporter. Jehbe Wa&deix, Jb-, Dictator. feb 22.78 BADFOBD LODGE. SO. 1G7,1. O. O. F. Meet in Odd Fellow's Hall, every Monday evening at 7 o'clock. Wabbeh Kill, KobU Grand. June 12,75 s» ; nous's and a/o.v paistixg, POST. F. E. So. 32 Second street All orders will receive prompt sttention. June 12,75 ' .. . EDUCATIONAL., QU80UEHAXNA COIXEGIATE INSTITUTE. D The SPBISG TEKM will begin Mondsy, , April 3, 18S2. , For catalogue or other, information, address or call on the Principal.! EDWIN E. QUISLAN, A. M. July-19,78 . Towanda. Pa. PLUMBER AND PAS FITTER. TTT1LL1AMS. EDWABD. Practical Plumber JW and Gaa Fitter, place of business in Mer-....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

HENRY B. M'KEANATTOBSEY-AT-LAW, TOWANDA, PA. Solicitor of Patents. Government claima attended to. . IMfebsa PIirsiCANS^ND ~ SURdEONS. JOHNSON. T. B., M.D. Office over Dr. H.C. 1'orters's Drug Store. fob 12,78 NEWTON.Drs.D. N. 4F.O. Office at Dwelling on River Street, corner Vfeston St. feb 12,77 L \DD, C. K., M.D. Offlcsl 1st door above old bank building, on Main street. Special attention given to diseases of the throat and lungs.. ., _, ; Jnlyl9,78 WOODBCBN, 8. M., M.D. Office and residence. Msln street, northot M.E.Church. Medical Examiner for Pension Df"»rtment. fib 22.78 AYNK, E. D.. M;D. Office over M>ntauye's Store. Office hours from 10 to 12 a. H. and from 2 to 4 r. M.. Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, and Disesses of the Ear. oct 20,77 rnOWNEB. H. L., M.D.. X. HOSI020FATHIC PlITSlCUH & 8tTB3£OS. Residence and office lust north of Dr. Corbon's Main atreet. Athens. Pa. ; ¦) ¦ ¦' HOTELS. . . HESBY HOD8E Main St., next corner south of Bridge stree...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

-.>;¦"•: -n .THE— . ¦> . xi Is Published Erery Thursday, ; , - , i * . ¦ • w .;. "AT TOWANDA, PA., BY M EOliOOap & TRACY. 'i $l.SO_Pe.r. Anuum, in Jffrwiicc. . idvertMtlg Ba««s-8lx cents a line for first J iu«ortlon. ant five cents per line forallsub-o-,,ueut insertions. Beading notice advcrtMng un cents p<ir line. Eight Unes constitute a eijuare. an.1 twelve lines an inch. AtSaj'or'e notices $2.50. Administrators and Executor's J: notices $2.<*i. Yearly advertialng $IM.OO per . column. | - - . The BephuCicix ia published in the liacy, .| jloore and Noblea Block, at the corner of Main ' and Pine atreeU, over J. F. Corser's Boot and Shoe store. IU circulation la over 2000. Aaan advar^.***!!^ 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Republican — 25 May 1882

Tcwanla Business Dlrsc*sry._ 7 •" QTtTORS Ers-A T-LA W. CLEVELAND & MoGOVEBN, (£. J. Cleveland I Wm. UcGorem). Canton, Bradford County. 1 Pa All business entrusted to their care in I Western Bwdford will receive prompt attention. 1 ¦ ¦ •OaprfrMy j ¦ tMITH «: HILLIS, Attorneys-at-Law; Offlo I ^ over Powell 1: Co. I ^Z—— ¦ — — I C VLIFF, J.N., Office in Wood's Block, south ] 'First Sstlonal Bank, up stairs. ;jnne 12,'i8 T71L'»BIIEE A- SON (A" C EMree and. L Eltbree.) '. J±l office in Mercur Block. Park St.; maylt.78 I PECK A- OVEBTON (Benj X Peck and D A Ov-rton). Office over Hill's Market ; 49- »9 O " VEBTON k 8ANDEBSON (E Orert<m and JV*» F Sandenon.) Office in Adams Block .J nly5 18 w«AXWELL,WM. Office over D»yJon1 ', £t ££e ILT. J. ANDREW. Office in Mean's Block. • .1 apr-U,70 D : 4VIE8, CABNOCHAS & HALL, (IV T Datiet. wnCarnodtan.LMHaU.) pfflce.ln rear cf Ward House. Entrance on Poplar St. Qel2.i5 MERCDB. BODSEY A. Solicitor of Patents. Particular attenti...

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