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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

An Entire Brick. Up in Burton,!?. H., lived a family of Bricks. Uriah Brick was the father, anji Mrs. Mary Brick was tbe mother; andr excellent tpeople they were. As the oldest bqj\grew up bright and'intelligenti the; father,^who\ad done well Sth' e,way>t raising ajnd felling cattle, deter? ibined togive him a colle^ate education, and loithat end the lad was sent over t« Fryebqrg |cademy, hot many miles distant, there to receive the necessary educational rudiments.— fthe youthful Uriah was received and accepted f>y the principal, and on the following day he p%de disappearance in the, class taught by | »roftssor Swai^ j ; ".."'. .\ , *. ^Ahj-young gentlenvin," said the professor, looking mildly through his gold-bowed glasses Upon the new comer/Hhis is your first appearance in my class ?" • ' ...¦¦¦¦*. |.^Yes,,sir>'; - ' '.'V. ;;¦;:'..".' :: _';¦".' ¦¦" .¦" "What is your name ?" • . * ! ""You are a brick I", the youth deliberately enunciated." There clauld b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

I*-.. •!«.«•<••.!'.¦/. «¦-»'•'-¦•¦ ,..,;>4l)..!.^-....-.-..»'.»^-N ''^'^'- --'-2-1- .---::.:'-, -;'- . ¦-:,->:-A Puzaslei Boarder. It was late in the foil when our -good.; Mrs. Middl«?crust went do?fb: to the market and aelecteoT^a tub of butter. Sne always bought good butter. Jo fact, she was determined that nonebf her, ooarders ^should ever have; just cause of complaint against the quality, of her provisions..,.Y F , \ /?'MSdam^'said the imarkeitjnan, "I would advise you to secure two tubs of that butter. I shall have noneJ better, and butter will be sure to rise in price through the winter." Mrs.Middiecrust bought two tubs,and on her ^Way home'she bethbught herself how she could borifrivo to make that butter last through till sp>rag7: Ah! hi happy thought; she would toast the bread for supper, and butter it herself. Buttered toast was the thibg- , n t Accordingly the good woman set out upon her plan of. saving. For tea the loaves were nicely and ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT; | C. * A. CORTESY, ';[;'"¦ ¦ y'J':'~AXIh—d-d-_'' yd^ fftUKC^t TAILGRINe; AT OUR NBW.8T0RB, :' ,, f " • ' f '• '' •.'.-.¦¦' -/' '' i'....,.-,* ;',.'/' No. 81 Court Street,, ; ; We would respectfully onnonnco to the. public that: i wo have removed to our new and spacious store. 2?o. 31 cornet of Court and Water streets, and are filling It \ with a n«W stoct of goods that have just arrived. Our stock of Dress Goods, Shawls, etc;, are of the very latest Spring patterns and styles and purchased for cash when the market was most depressed.:'. In the Hue of Fancy Goods. Hosiery, Gloves, Hair Goods. Ribbons, etc., our siock is unsurpassed. We have also opened a Departs ent of Merchant Tailoring, and have just purchased a large stock of the latest styles in the line of Cloths, Cassimeres, etc., and bf the very best qua'ity. We have employed to take charge oi this Department, MB- !• D. TAYLOR, long the leading and most successful .cutter in ttis city; and who alwa&am...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

ml^Wm m m €hickerin8 -~; ...:-,. ',-/'.a . ' MUSIC & JEWELRY STORE . ' A LABOR ASSOBTUBlfT 09 . m^^^^^SSggj^g^m^ ' ¦ •^^watchesr;;::;::;^. ^"^^^^raH AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF CLOCKS. ^^^H^^^ \_ i»XTa-ss;. j-jBXTU'JsraLsaFi."**; ': ^^iHHHHBi^i^i^ Of all Descriptions. ^^^^^^BmE&gS^^^*^ jraWGOODSl^STANTLYARBIVLNG." George W.OOdS & Go's sr. msT-EY db' oq)s, OREAT B^CCTIOS i» PRICES aND 0ThER 0H(1ANS. i ! This Spring. .\ ] ; — J. F. BRQNSON, AGT, ? WHOLRSALB AND RJSTAIL. I ^jBHEr '" ^^BBfy' MIJMCAL MERCHANDISE A F ^NE ^SS0R™E^* SHEET MtSie-nf^TRUitriON BOOKS, . . I . v .,.'.¦ .'•:• •....• V gl'gl ftJ^_ gjg^ HTWatchea. Clocks, and Fine Jewelry; re-JH - - -•)::'. ¦'¦•'" _;„Kir»AC„ „ paired oh sboh notice and warranted. Brick Block, . - MONTRO§E,Pm y Fine Engraving done. March »d,i87«. . xc . • ma thushek B j- ix pajsupuciftB- ¦ . |^^^^ *M^TaaM ^MM ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HPi^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^OBBBmm^Mm^^^^^^^mmmVmmmmmmm j m y**- -Ss.-.. J^F^- ' .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

1854. 1370. j ; Facts Better Than Ficti6&J/: m Be? ^s^Ktts OUTiENBURG, ROSE^BAtJp & CO., Is still ia Montrose, being established nearly a quarter of a century, rat-intend to be anotber. Are earning tki largest and most complete assortment of Dry Goods.t Ready-Made Clothins-.Ac., *c...or«ny;oiherflrnilnui County. Our facilities for bnylng In large quantities'of first hands by ibe"oHjrina!' ps«l!Sgi»,and l y h»vlDgl residen' buyer constantly in the, market.is soch.that it maWs it almost an. impossibility t<>r *uy nvH or old aetlen to compete with us in prices. - :. - • .. , ' * - 'u» i.jl. M. S. Dessauer, having just returned from New York with a large stocfc of seasonable goods, bougMJW Cash at the meet favorable rates,prices being so tempting that he bought heavier than usual, *»»d mostly at largi Auction Sales; ; We will, can and shall sell them at astonishingly low figures. id . OUM STOCK COMPRISES AS USUAL/ DRY GO0DS, CARPETS, MILLi&...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

/-•*:*'B^ypy^d:-^ .."; ¦: ¦¦¦¦>;¦ fy^wd'.:' ._d: d\"'->~ } ¦'¦ '¦' :Y- -V-M :: ¦ II- ' ^ LldLr .-'• - ''Atue*. ;-"-'—¦• ' ''"''' -iwJj' '' 'y'":>'.i^i'^.iV''" ':"" URGES! MB M ISSKIIIIBITII liCMin! i' . . • • ¦ l- .-!'-•-- ¦ --'--• - • • .'. - ...... ^ , ... - ^r ¦; .':,:- - ;•' ¦, ¦¦<¦¦ 0 _ !... :, - '.. ..'i,.-;^t.'¦'¦¦:. . ¦;¦.,'.•¦¦' DRI GOQBS, CLOTHING, ^ TO^5?;pAPg; BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS, W^lt l^P^B, . \y/-y ..•..'.-•:; /STATIONERY,." &0. i;,, ¦• i; .^y ..' . ¦•. ~ Bi the "iiENHEIiM BLOCK," Srea^ B^<i, Pa. ^"A^rgooas bought with care and for cash only. Ab imnienee line »f Bar* :gaiu8' just received.*''*"'.'.,' ';' ..'. .'.,..,";";.' ;- ¦ • ¦:.-.-:r'-)-:],•-' ¦¦v^}.\ ;¦ poultry Produce of all kinds marketed in Philadelphia and New York. "Welcome" to both old and new customers. J':,!,,,, ^ GEO, L. LENHEIM. Great Bendj May 10th, 1876.¦ :•' (In Hie New Store.)

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

A. S.TVIINER, BINGHAMTt Nv V r V WHOLESALE DEALER IK - 5 i BRONZ^ LAMPS, OPAt 1VAMPS, ALL GLASS LAMPf^ HAND LAMPS, BtjRNERS, WICKS, SBADES, SHADE HOLDERS, &c, &c EyERfira^ ,!•.•¦¦?¦; SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN j ALSO, MANUPACTCRBR 6>'--; ¦: y';]"'' y dmm^'\AJx*x>\:ir.^i»A.»rjv:EHD '•; 'w^A.aksi.: jt>(^ Gt^anfee^ aa i/HB « * A4dreM li]r BlaU Promptly Atctndrd T«. ;';'; March31.1875. A. S. »IPftE T>EST iOB PB1NT1BIG AT -THE tOKl K»T itATfig :'- ¦.-''¦'•] •" d'd-;d<4tdy\ ,'J -;;; ' -;:;:. .';.•: '"¦',-;: ' ,\ ' . 'I ¦ ' 1 W« we continually adding new material to our office, and with tmr Larfce Stock of JOB TWB and ifOUE Printii^ Pwssesi;wo ihiy CcroepeUon Bftli la Prlc# and Quality, «!ther im Plain Black or Colored Worit. .11AWLKY * CHL'S ^ m^lt^g^^^b1 ^^^ UNITED STATES CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION ^r^^^^^^^^^sBu

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

'¦"""^^OUSB'-.X^E^^ ' -—*—. -, ..'i-VvV:'.::;V'': ':;¦; «Tbe melancholy days nave come, the saddest of.: the, j*ar,'V, *, T ^ i£. f - m*: zcmA of cleaning paint and scrubbing ftopra/ahd - " scouring.far and near,;;-; j;^| &: |;« ,;.. Heaped'in tbb corner of the room the ancient dirt lay quiet, - • . , . | wnr rose up at the father 8 tre^d, nbr to' the N°r cbildreri»srioV; ^ <:••-.•¦¦*»¦ *. v But now the carpets all are up, and, from the ¦ staircase-top, ¦¦¦¦-' .¦:;¦¦¦¦:-A ¦ ;—;;;;<.-The mistress calls to man and maid to wield the broom and mop., ;..... p Where are those rooms, those quiet rooms^the W -house*but now presentedj T ^"* ^-» wherein we dwelt nor dreamed of dlrt.so coxy and contented! ¦ I I Has! they've turned all upside down that quiet suite otirQOmB.LCX * f with slops and suds, and soap and sand, and tubs and pails, and brooms ; rhaiis tables,stauds are standing round at sixes and at sevens. While wife and housemaids fly about, l|ke niete...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

A NOBLE SPEECH. , The longest speech on reoork is believed to have been that made by i MrJCosmos, in tbe Legislature of British Columbia, when a'measure was pending whose passage would take from a great .many settlers their; lands. De Cosmos was in a hopeless minority, the job had been held back till the eve ot the close of the sessien ; unless legislation Was. taken before noon of a given day the act of confiscation would fail. The day before the expiration of the limitation De Cosmos got the floor about 10 a. m., and began a speech against the bill.— Its friends cared little^ for they supposed that by one or two o'clock he would be through,and lie bill could bejput on its passage. One o'clock came and De Cosmos was speaking still—hadn't more ihan entered upon bis subject. Two o'clock—he was saying "in the second place." Three o'eWk—he produced a fearful bundle of evidence, and insisted on reading it. The majority began to^ have a suspicion of the truth—he was gloing to spe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

TO DETERMINE THE SPEED ON RAIL ROADS. | ¦ ¦ ...;- ,,, y.L.,-.- .,.. ... -^y y Travelers on railroads, often want to know the speed at which they are moving, and. M a general thing, are not. laware that with the aid °'.a watch they teay-raadHy find out, even *ben the mile posts are not placed along the track.. .. y¦<¦¦]?¦. A y-V >.;.-' .' •'' "¦; -' This may be done by jsimply county tbe rails ^hich are passed over |n any dvefi minute.— On the best raibroads, tbo hammering, sound aade by tbe wheels in passing t'ora one rail to another is qniteaudible, and may be easily noted on whichever side of the car tbe observer may be sitting. All rails are! either twenty-fouf or thirt)'-six feet long—the length may l>e easily ascertained by pacing or measuring with a Pocket rule at any station whenever the train stops, then ,by counting the number^olT:rails Passed in thirty-six secobds.the speed may be calculated by any pas'jienger.''' .''". '-'''"¦; -'.r j ^"tver c...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

8cd3ntif;o> slatighi:erinq The abattoir system has long atiract^d-the, attention of the scientists and sanitarfans pt^ large and populous cities wherd the problem of supplying the people with meat ol good quality is ofihcfniostyiial importance. Thesupe-:riority of this system oyer the old slaughter houses may be summed up in a few words : . ; It centralizes the whole butchering interests by seeking to combine the numerous petty establishments into;one, and, dispenses with the, barbarous practice t>f driving herds of cattlb ithrough crowded streets, to the imminent peril of life and property. Being conducted on a scale of considerable magnitude, it permits of a rigid inspection by. the; health officials. The waste is reduced to a minimura,and utilized for agricultural purposes- Thus decomposition is, in a great measure, prevented, and the noxious emanations so Qhaiacteristlc of; a elaughter bouse are nearly or entirely suppressed. Of this discriptlon is the new^ha...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

' j ' ¦» » * , '' * A [FEW'SUGGESTIONS. ' ¦ - ¦ <:.. ' v' .- i Great care should be taken to keep the nails neat.and well trimmed.. They should be rounded at the toj>, and not cut too closely. Their polish and rosiness may be increased by briishingand rubjaing. To improve the skin of the hands and arms take two ounces ot Venice soap, and dissblveit id two ounces of lemon "nice. Add one ounce ot the Oil o'bitter almonds, and a like quantity of oil of tartar. Mix the whole and stir it well * i - - until it has acquired the consistence of soup; and use it as such for the hands. j The paste of sweet almonds, Svhich contains ap oil fit for keeping -the skin soft and elastic, ahd removing ^duration, may be beneficially applied to the hands and arms. - I For hantjs that are stained, there is an easy remedy. rDampen the bauds first in water,then rub them with tartailic acid, or salt of lemons, a^you would with soap j rinse them and rub them d ry.'' Tartar tic acid, or-...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

THE MINISTER'S WIFE - i •'-:—^— ¦ i The minibter's wife, says the Baptftt tfagasine, ought} to be selected by a committee of tbe c lurch. She should be warranted never to hSave headache or neuralgia; she should have nerves of wire and sinews of iron ; she should never be tired nor sleepy, and should be everybody's cheerful drudge ; she should be cheerful, intellectual, pious, andx domesticated ; she siiouhi be jable to keep her husband's house, darn&h1s stockings, make his shirts, cook his dinner, Hg)it bis fire, and, copy his sermons; slieshoqld|keep.upMhe style of a lady on the wages of a day laborer", and always be at leisure for "good works,1' and ready to receive morning cjills; she should be secretary to the 4and of Hepe, the'« Dorcas'-''Soolety/'abd'tb*e Home Mission ;• she should, conduct Bible classes and mothers' meetings ; should make clothing for the; poar und gruel for tbe sick ; and finally, she should be pleased with Everybody ajnd everything, ajnd never...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

&&mm*w*&VM wmm®w9 .: .'- ¦¦ ¦ s-.-. '¦<:-.-. -,» i ,' ¦:.,!:y:-i - - -..,¦:. V.« .¦¦¦¦ ,' -'/.>'''¦¦". ¦ '¦ '-.'¦¦ ¦' v'1- ¦ ' t:'* .-¦'•-.-,.. •*. i ¦-<? -'•*' .•-'. *<-r .. :d^-'-r-yAiyd^Ad A:\'a?'f. :y3\^^3d3d--.-.'*'¦¦.¦*' 7'-^1, -<r; ":^AAA\A- ¦^»!r':'-i'-'¦•?!* ¦ ¦ A •::S&:j:.&: A^ii \-iAA%Lat« ofViim«:Vttm*tA??¦ ¦;tefri-;/:,>- <^An ..?.';•--_ ;-r- ItAy^" ¦'¦¦;.:'<;;;^v^-'^''' Aw^U- ;:.":?>: -¦^A-i:iA>^jA^A^\' ^d^A-}^H1'^-^W Sy>'- :.,'.. AA^i>'tA \:::htAj-iAA''ddhA^ ':'::->::A ¦ ;/>-V>-y-'•''«?; ''^^^-¦iyAd^^'A¥'A3y^^> •¦'¦ ' ."A •.-'- ¦' .viti'.;:1--;^;^ v,v.'i'-r:'i;':; L«>U fin''":¦:-*¦. •..<:*¦ L - ".; '•• :J^y: ^ i&7y< .'rV-T£$4t!W ' Ai)ixl-/-. ¦¦/¦ :'A-:'"fv A^Y-.-d'-'l^y '"'¦'¦¦ ¦• •-.-•:¦-.••.•; -•-'\;v; " - .. 'U _? , _ ".,>,.*;'-.-, j-- i-1. <.'- **>1? ^^A- ^.vA^'^^A...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

QREAT EXCITEMENT IN MONTRCfSJj .'! '¦¦ -•. • ' -'AT THE. ¦- '\\ , . , "i - : : - "" '•''"¦"• •' '. '¦'. ".' '. "*'•'" , ' ; ' ' ¦'¦' '- ¦¦¦' '; ¦ •'"¦¦ :' "' ¦ . • ¦¦¦ ¦' :':'-!'of ¦'"'¦ . - -":-: ^ v* ' WEEfe s MEI^^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

^—^—i, . ,— _ j - " - —r-r .._ ;:, ¦ ;- ¦¦: r.i .^v.1 ¦' -. >**-. r— | ' K''"^ -1-^ i'M'^ frl'f^'"']^''"A?§': IL & ;^F;- t..'. DICKERMiN,: .•".-• ' ...¦ .,' ".;¦ ... ' ¦ ¦ .. • •¦.. :••'.'.•'_' •- - ' ¦'¦ f -". ¦ ¦ : ,'¦ ; ->,. -":; . \ •: HAVKtA FULL ASSORTMENT OP .i spR-iisro- id3E=t"sr qpods,! Just Received From New York City ! * - ; CLOTHINfe, HaTS, CAPS.^v^^GEHTS' FURHISHIMG GOODS. ¦J3OO T? S A 3J0" X> S XX O 3E1 Sy \ _-,:..(-:•.. YTB MAKE A - SPECIALTY,''' ; '"¦¦'' Which will be sold as CHEAP as any fair and honorable competition will warrant. ;./ .Otir T^«"^ * »y« d»»li. Gonsequently we have no bad debts to make \vp tor in the way of extrj percentage. Qui expenses are light, and ,; ] Onr Motto, CHEAP ! GHEAP 1 ' firpieftge call and cee ns, and decide for yourselves in regard to Good? and Prices. We alio have the ¦ uff^M>_;d_-j**»~ «««-.... . H. 4TW.T;raCEERMAN. New Mllford, Mayl0.18TO.~tr ;' .;.i. ;

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

DRY GOODS, .02&©2fefe^®j' j ¦ . • • w • _3Ea.ts AJOLCi. ;Oa.i>fi», Boot*! A and Slxoes, . I ' "' - I '\ .- : at pr'ces lower thari ever known before In Susquehanna, County. Not excepting prices before Cue war.. ;.. KOBEMENENTS! Everythine New fcnd Freab at Popular PJrlces, ,, , .-; , ; 8800 yards of best printslin market, sold duringthepast two weeks, at 6 p,i.ce per yard, and etill.ihct.c Is.mure to follow. • !' ¦ • ' ' v ' Don'tbe deceived by others In trade who represent our goods oi inferior quality but come and examine for yourselves. Pneea greatly reduced but quality maintained. Montrose, April 2tt, 1876, ¦ puENiTUKE. |:'Ay .;;',';;'",..";:. At W. W.\jd^^;.^;-JSbiL^ '. - : • ••' ... ! --.: . -1..-.'.' . i- •.. - j. SxtamlvePnralture Waf >room yon wtllflnd thelargelt FIEST O-ASS A^D COMMON \ > a^XJOFLr^ ZiTTJI=L-S?! ";.'-.¦. .. - ::dA-, ,-,-,; ::;;,.;i To befound in this section of the country, of hla owm manufacture, and at prices that cannot l...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

': . The Largest Stock of'- , ; . '. SILViER WABE;;;f;' Kept in Northern Pennsylvania, i} - ' :.-i -.v. ....- ¦ - ¦'. .,-,.! And at the Lowest Prices. " « - •¦ '',.' -"'¦' Vi TASLE CUtiEf.V, 1 POCKET KNIVES, POCKET BOOK|, VIOLINS, STRINGS,.'&C, Ac f Watches, Jewelry, Ac,, repaired by - JB*a ¦ r--x> BIXIE3JtjiECXJ£S3BCv' . . - . -...' ¦ '; '.' --- ¦:-¦ K .---; .'.'- ¦ .'¦ ¦ r < ' -* j.'> Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler, successor to Iabell & Melhulsh. We-have i large stock of Material, new paru, Ac. .which enable* tis to do work more perfect and promptly than ever. -.'.,>« c.. A ;JjjjONTHOSE ;"' dA\ d d.d' 1 iSTEAM MILL. ,..;, • S . ;• •-'.' ;:;... - ¦;. .. ¦" = . -' . •' .!¦ '• - ¦' ' ¦ ¦ '=.i_56------; . ¦-.••¦;»' -'.-•«• OATS FOE SALE BY THE LOAD at trie y ^TEAM MILL. FRESH GROUND GRAHAM FLOTJ& for sale at the A STEAM MILL. Any quantity of MEAL & F3SED of tHo best quality, at the STEAM MILL. * FINE WHEAT ^DDLINOS at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

I, Sunt worry. The most amiable counsel in tho worl^ and the \Connsel most universally given under all circumstances is, '"DonH; Iworry." <What; answer aro.WM to make wb^P. being. leopards, W« pre recommended, to eschew spots? There is nothing to say but to imitate the practical Frenchman who, when asked to oppose the infliction of\the death penalty, said he would be clad to do so if messieurs the assassins would only set the example. ; Let messieurs the assassins-of peace and mind begin, then, and we'll warrant not tp worry any more. But when yoacome home to tea, after a hard day|a work, with that note of Blobb's hanging like a m^llatore around your neck—it ,mus$ be paid-by 3 o'ebek p. m., tomorrow, and how the thing is going to be done you cannot imagine for the life of you—What a world of latent satire there is in madame's composed advice toiyon.^'Ddn't wj^ry, my dear!" You we all over in a raw and flayed condition, and the balm of Gilead itself would make you flin...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 May 1876

'i$^&^^ : -I—Woman's Temperance Prayer fleeting, this afternoon at 3 r. m., at Mrs. Jerre jLyon's. —8. H. Morse, Merchant Tailor^hW. m<Wed into the rooms over the Post office, just vacated by Louis Knoll, tbe barW. Mr; Morse's card will appear next week. V , —Regular meeting of Montrose Flro ^ Com-.. WW, No. 2, on Friday ^veninr'next: ¦ A full attendance is desired as important business is to be brought before the opppany. ! Bome of our most fashionable young men=say :;that*Mry J. Grovea, the tWlor,dote give the perfect'•fits' on the clothing line. Mr. Groves has the name ot being a most excellent workman. ^ - Raugh & Ready Fire Company.No. 1, will meet on Friday evening next.at 6>£ o'clock to^tW^^rie." All baying leatherpe hate are requested to wdar them, —A register, county clerk, or other recorder of deeds,"mortgages, &c.,is liable in damages for a false certificate of search for incumbran ces upon land, according tp a recent decisi...

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