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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

QORRECTION! Rumor has it that having been elected Connty Treasurer for the ensuing three years. I am to discontinue my Insurance butlnes. Said RUMOR is UNTRUE, and without foundation, and while thanking yon for kindness, and bppreciatlon of good Insurance in the past, I ask a continuance of your patronage, promising that aS business entrusted to me shall be promptly attended to. My Companies are all sound and reliable, as all can testify whohiive met with losses during the past ten years at my A^e&cy. Read the List I • . North British and Mercantile, Capital, (10,000,001 Queens of London, " 3.000.000 Old Franklin. Philadelphia, Assets, 8,500,00# Old Continental, N. Y., " nearly 8,000^00 ' Old Phoenix of Hartford, " •» S.OOo'oOt Old Hanover. N. Y., •• ^ »« 1,600JM» Old Farmers, York. •« ,« 1,000,000 I also represent the new York Mutual Ll'e ins ranc* of over 80 years standing, and asset* over $30,000,000.— Also, the Masonic Mutual Benefit Association bf Pennsylvania. ¦'-..,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

THE PROPRIETOR OF TAYLORS FAMILY MEDICINES , mast be gaining reneiwcd confidence In the Specifics which he prepares. A'l the articles of Materia Medica which he; now offers lor sale,is on the principal of NO CURE NO PAY. Foremostomoneth'esevalnablearti-, cles, is TAYLOR'S CELEBriATED OIL, for Pain, Lameness, Wounds or>ores. In Man. or Bea«t. Taylor's Condition Powders for Horses Cattle, Hogs, Shaep and Poultry^ I # , Forrenovati g the blood and system, of all kinds of Stock tn the Spring, nothing can be better. . Taylor's Cough Syrup for all throat or lung diseases. Any ene trying It will beconvli ced of Its merits. He also manulactnres the celebrated Indian Vegetable sticking Salve, which Jean be obtained of any of his agents v / ¦. -¦ I ''«.«._..., A. B. Bums. M. A. Lyon, and I, N. Bultord, are •gtntsfor Montrose. j ,. , , Any one buying any of the above named articles and t not being satisfied.: can relnrn the empty bottle or package and get their money hack. [march 29. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

AYERS SARSAPARILLA, FOB PURIFYING Tltt BLOOD. \\\\\Hll ' This compound of the veg-\ ^AA \ 1111///// , ft able altei natives, &arsapai> ^k^^jUJ II////// t"a» Dock, Stillihgia and ^^B*\Wmm&\¥//C ^ardrake; with the Iodides JHB^Jnj^jnS^of Pot issium and Iron.makes ^PfcAWSw ^/ifiiSy^* mo8t effectiul cure of series ^^M§^S& "tKk//°1 complaints which are very C^^lt jL ^^^prpvnlent and afflicting. It ^^ : 1^"^^^. ^^purifie* the blood, pmges out ~—I fr^ ^^."^Ipthc lurking hnmors in the —I l_W^ ^^. m sy-tem, that undermine the •^esli^\M health and settle into troub-^S^hIH lesome disorders. Ernptions of the skins are tue appearance on the surface of humors that should bctjexpelled from the bloixl. Internal derangements are the determination of these same humors to some internal orgnn, or orgiins. whose action they derange, and whose subs'anco they disease and destroy. Ayer'sSarsaparilla expels these humors from "the blood. When they are gone, the disorders they ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

. A NEW STOCK OF. jnst received and for sale by ¦:: -.'' "'¦- - /:,.; -H./J. WBMkV !A C|UPBB*iNB-'.?-^--' Y . ,Y' "' FXOURa For sale by r . - H. j.;wbb«. A LSO, ALL KINDS OF ( GROGERIES, Y At the store of ••¦^-•L''¦'' ' - ' h. j. w»a Z^xreaila. Ox-Jtaaseait For sale by . ¦:• a A ' A H.^WSB*. Montrose. Aoril 11,1875. pARI^ FOR SALE. The subscriber offers bis farm for tale, sitssieta Forest Luke, containing 65 acres 60 Improved. WW keep twelve cows, and »tea n,r Well watered, Is als* a good grain farm, Bm« nice yowur orchard. Terms will be made easy. For IttrtherjsarttgBJiw enanlreor address, AAROit RBWoLdS, or B. B. RUGKRS, Feb. 14, 'W.-tf ^ v Ifontrose. Pa, ' ¦¦ 'i i i *i_»»<imitmmimm^mmt^ntmtmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmummmt^-^^ JOB WORK AT THII OFfldjCOAP

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

<..' ¦ y :——-*.^e>-j».—: —. A Wonderfully Practical Man. ^ He was a wonderfully p'ractlp fan (says the Danbuiy New8,)an'4-*be was Mvellouslyjpoeticid} '& her] Hie had4fcea( a dream, edged with gold and filled in with loveliness of roseate hues. But to him appeared ejerytUng in, the home spun garb of everyday life,' Heh a country merchant, and buys his goods in Isew "fork* 'Hispatiner*lway> wenttojheicity «n business connected with the grocery; but the partner was recently taken ill,and our extreme- ] ly practical: IWencil was rbbliged^ to go,. It was his first visit to the great city, and 1« was jo.be gone three days. It | was^a momentous eyent^ to his fond wife., f Do the best she could her iftind wjas troubled with ^forebodings. It is dilfficult tb*leli jiist how he felt; >ut while it was evident that he felt the importance of the stepv he was about to take, still he never lost sigbt?of the fact that .a mighty responsibility was resting on...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

,: Uucierstnnd* fllfomaii't) Nature. :.'/'¦¦", ¦ .¦•.. - •"• '—?—- : --I-¦ At thd lower end of ^jVoodward yesterday, an old apple Woman offered her fruit to a vessel captain1 who was sighing, over the good old tinus of 1864. Y§he wanted I three ceh,ts apit.ee for her apples. He gavjj her a pleasant look and said : . ' - -: - , . -• ' - ••• "Well, well; why, you look as young as you did ten years ago. Same bright eye^ and red checks—Su'ine white teeth." "Take an £Pl'le for two'.cents, captain," sl^e replied. .'.A'-'- A-' -:- ^'¦¦¦yy.\ -.. "I presume you are fifty years old," he continued, "but who'd know iit; Lots;of ladies at 30 look as old as you do." "Talceaa apple for a cent, captain/'she ah sirered.snaibntr likea rose. /'Somencu¦•Id fellow wit? coine aldng; Scnne d&y starching jtor a J buxom wile/' said the captain, ^andi^i won't hjiveti^peddle apples aiw more^^Y* !." A ..:.;'. . Y'- - f'Hire, captain, two for a cent • bike two of thfe biggest!" slhe exclaimed, a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

uuj ¦ I**Y,1 Oot scnniaiyi^e. B^>F» ' ^ ViT.----A-Drue as 1 leev, moss,ercry &^-,' I.laugh me wlld;to|Sw^r^a^.;_ ...:^. vJ^A;.; -My schmally^^^ii© ^ $*3hYA .%A-" "*; -:A^ ¦'•:-. D^iup^eetiVhai^YY^A..Y-/Y'n: ~*^, .... . ^.N ,,--«|AV- y l * ¦ ;:<y ty ¦;.;-& ¦ ^^ th<^i \^^A^y^}°^< > yy. ' ¦••'¦ tjrnttftift^4^/i<^?^iT\ i'; ¦ **«j Untthearderv^P^^#;^W8»A|,: •;.^,;, -a temne%^%^«^//x/ v £ ^ Soro^imes der c^a^lje s^ojdi, S**. Bofs^e^er y^m^ #«, 'S^ /Right ir^leetles^htomfl^ ff%™\ ^ ¦ ^*4-.. - r^.tHfeW7ba^dr^le^any../; ; tS^> Dot makes himJElngut night s6 schyeet, * Untgotiigr|sp^D^8t eati,U - Unt I must chump ^ ephry^on my^ teet -i-^>.,.:_. --> ¦ ¦• _^fiir^^ ijpSqilfeetUbaby.:_,_;-?_ >x. C: 'Ki' 'te'-'fc^'m^iw.^i^l^'^-W - Und grawjsa>e>fer ef>rywbpr^v /¦, ,| Und, schlobuers me—but voj I care ? . Y>wvJ'Y-';tY ':Dot:Vas ipy schmall young babyv ¦ YYAroundjny liead dotle...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

A Famll> Scene. VQnnH^1^n^^^«M^eY^sWeut, s»ik^ mg his trembling kinsman by his-left"ear an* wren^hmgit violently j ''You are a pretty sOrf •f a brother; you're a'nice ttird term sardine, ain't you're-'A - -aJY,-- ';•' [¦ Y^ "Did I mean to hurtl you 1" Whimpered; the! offender,. ^"i>id I say you got part of, the money ? Sppo'n I'd doanjthing, against the : family^-; •¦•_ Y'Y-'¦'' ^'' ":"' /i:^' ?'-'y'^ **Idiot!" shrieked ;thet iPrMdent^tighlfehing his grip? and jerking ithe' miserable culprit to and fro; : _ -;jy. _.,;.;.. "Let goot jme^ciied ;;0rVille^his^ wrath ris- ^ ing. "Bet go of my;ear, 'LiBsYGrantjdr-l'ii" make'Kuch' interesting readingAfor this people thatnoveiipwoh^tlie howheie,'Y V/. .-" > '¦<.'{/' Then liis excellency re'lefiied his gfaspTahd san|t back4x)iaiist«d boi^^hi^jp^^4th^r|5^^ auricular. &roten$p^^ iotfli6'-of:^i^§^i'!Eo^'^:. - ~yi'.".'¦''.' A -M< : '¦ ¦/.-' .A-A' y-'<^^Vy^*^i ie>:^~~,—~-^-y ¦¦ , '., ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

.:y":''<^y>^':V:;^Ya^^^v -—at—. .' . :•¦."¦ '•".";. ; ;'! :".-. ittM: m Bisi ^lirt-jfeltaiiiii' -- . .;-.-:- -i- - -- t, . .. ¦ :- , ¦¦ ¦ •• • -.•.;•- , . . - '• • .; ¦•;• ¦ : , Yr,A-rA:vA-;AA,.A :?A." —0— ' . -..i: , .-:-.:.• DR¥ ©OOI)S, eiiOTHOfG, HAP iS^ GAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS^ WAIL PAPEV v';Y"a!Y--.'>;v ^'^ STATIONERY^ «feC; ^' f^J^']' ^^e^L^HEm - i^-Ali goods bonght with ciire and for e&sb only, y An iinmehs* line of Bargains justreceived.;^"- :i" "..".'• ¦' ¦ ' -¦. -: :"-' . *".'.'M'-- r"i '« Y. ' Co^ Prodnce dfaU Mnir York« "Welcome'? tp bothJ^ld and new customers. J; ; Y ^ :] ^l Y' .'.": ::::^Y^\i^,"K^"T ::-^-:^ ;:-: -!,; «beO; L/^jraEiM. j Great #d,: May; 10th^ IK

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

'^'$^ **ATHIKH AND CHICKERIH8 "Y rfAT-r _ - ;-;;.¦• "" - ¦"'•¦¦¦ ' ]E^1^3Cfeci©i A LARGE AB80BTMEKT 09 «^^^^^^^ S^£3^H FINS JB'WEtjU.Y ^^HHBI^SI^ctI^^^ . of alii Dc»crlptlone.s , .., •. ". -I¦ r-y^1*^^ SEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARIUYINO: GeOIge WOOdS & Go's ¦ ¦ -.' '!-—- '-,_ jr. zks7JB3r <u..oc>.'s, '. GREAT BEDtJCTION IX P»I^» .- ^ 0THER ORGANS. Tbis Spring. . - ._ __ J. F. BRONSaN, AG'T, >-~;-r *^. ^"^^ Y WHOLESALE AKO RETAIL. '''^^SS^f' ^^Ms*j^ ' \ 3**£r5 >' ] !^*—— '¦'¦] Of all Deacriptiona. A Fndi ASSORTMENTY BH^ET'MUSIC, INSTRUCTION BOOKS, .'¦ y . ¦¦¦ ¦'¦ ;-¦. ';.- .. etc, etc,.ete.., CT Watches, Clocks, and FineJew«lry; re-^| ^ |oUR|oiCk . nOKTROSE, Pa. , piirei! on short notice and warranted. BrlclK BIock, nwninw.D.ri, Fine Engraviug done. March 92d, 1816..

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

. . ¦• ' - ¦;•¦ 1876, I Facts Better Than FrcitionI TIEfilM DirttMDS HIDEIWII611ISI % . -'- ¦-. .. . - '¦ ¦ • « _ ; . • ¦ - ¦¦ . - - ' GUTTEN11UBG, ROSENBAIJM .& GO., RSMS^^f ^^? "ffi#iSl^^^»^^ County. Our facllltl« for bnying in tare* qaaatttlw of test ,.h"d»Mt b y^n^BYblllty for a»>V ^w prolddcatoi reBWont bnyercnnetantlytn the m*rk«t,rB »ucb,th»t it m«k« It almost an lmpo6BiDtniyi«r j to compete with ti» in price*. „_ V/4 . ¦ _,..v .¦ .i„r-fl Btocl' of •easflnaMe tfood*, boughlto M. S. Deasaner, having jnst retarned from New York,with a ^ lai^e_«ocj 01^ ual ai4<« mo*Uy atlarp, ca«hat the mMt fatorable rate*, price* beinz bo tempUag that ho bougnt heaviei t^n n»uji.» v Auction Salea; • We will, can and Bhall »•!! them at aatonTshlngly low figures. OUR STOCK COMPRISES AS USVA. ^' ,:^' / DRY GOtoS, CARPETS, MILLINERY A^D EANCY G00i?S,:LADIBff J ¦ 'a AND GENTrV ElXRNISHrN^ GOODS, R©i;dF--3^»;ia,o aio^tx x±l & 1; Of;oiir9w»manu^re and well appelated foH...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

ij AYS' MINER, BINQHAMTON, "-"' " -T- ; -¦*f- Y""- VfHOLESALE DEALER W BRONZ^I LAMPS, OPAL LAMPS, ALL jSI^^ ^AMP^;HAND LAMPS, BIJRliERS, WICKS, SHADES, SHADE HOLDERS, &c.f Ac. Ili;^^ !' '¦""'"¦'"'i-h ;¦'? ': -Y Y Y"!..\ ^^iiL/Yllf'pTOBSduns-;'iif aY: \'-Y'" Vl: '/!Y"A-:: rA1'-Y( :'/ .'.^ -.!*':" ¦i.>LS<?>' 'm^UPACTUKER^- OF-, ¦;...^-; ;Y--; Y -i':iAAA^|^i^:-.-*^Kri>' ^-AL^Jfk^^ars^ 'JiV^ j^r^^ ,:: . ¦".'.'.•j*. '-,i-: | -.' • ¦'• •'* . ¦. ¦'¦'- '"""" ";~ •' :*-. ¦¦ .•¦'.'. t . .•- .-- -' A^drewiil^ M«U *^«»«>P«>rAW««»*«* **• ^ '-, ': •< iWarch ^-^ "•; Y:i- A:A> -^^^i?^ B "niS^OB;FBM!BTMiOv-^i.n^::;^k"'--'-- '•'.'• ¦ '¦' -tot .f li'iB; fTrC-'W I^T .^^S ¦ ¦¦'..' Y y.\ '.We are continually- adding:new xaateHal to oar offlcv, and with our L&rg^ itock Of JOB '-TO. atid POUR PrimSg Presses; w« D'iJfy- Couiop6ti<»fl YBolt 1^ Price and Qual^ ''. ^;U"AWi,EV A CK0SB»r ¦; ';'.-'v:'-.--' Y'; -- m»-p*^i«*'of;-«»'nRj...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

Burelnr/. /Last Wednesday night the veij earth stopped revolving;pau9ing, as it were at,the deeds of bjavery enafctud I by v«fe heroes whose namiea J#BSaye«iven in capital letters ¦ above. At a ^i3^kmidnigh#!l^hen churchyards yawn *^t]^WD*r^ ««chaa-;tt^'S&^:, iiwte'biJd*-|wt, a noise like unto ^veral'Sbiiali^nt^jh^ere heard by m\- lia^^te^^^B^ioring to effect an ^a^rintd?tfiw?r^^ ovefTPSttj^ grocery &^:Hi^^^^aJiiseyes stack out UkejtW-iS.fimpWins'ln>^h#hel basket as ^ he 1 tffed t^cravi o*er\^)nq^ack side of; the bed, teniarkh^ io life w\te^*sl^ fal# better get ¦ ^fc^4flto^M*:^-^»» ]i&hi- V1 the kilr ^uatrtfe G°ff who i; hati(heardIhe[-noiaeYcriwled stealthily up t«> {Decker's^oqni iudsgave a Tap on the door.-William Patterson bounded as if a brick had hit hitn abdoininalwiae. ^Youi'bldf Kol ^ toAther Qoor,!' 8uid! hia wife.'"' ;;: ' "':'"': '-'¦ r" "'-'¦'- f'/-'• _. ' '"A'-h-i a-n-d ^et- Wur-d e-r-e-d," said Wilf Ham Patterson'shaking l...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

I j 8taockcil Enough. j "Want a. shock, a shock, sir ? Only ]em\s •youjten bents" cried the electrical battery nia» osiiifadisoB street. this f«re.nooh, to an elderly gentleman.: \ • "What's that you say V" demanded the party a idVesstld, eyeing the lightning dispenser over hi,i'glasses, :'._/. y - «• A shock, sir—onlv costs you ten centsj sir—taka',0Be.>" \.. . % ; *»jjK »,isir, 1 don't want any," replied tbe.elderly g^ht feman gruffly. "I am ioo much sl&cked already ievery, time 1 go put. in the streejt, and all Jor a o0W&' too i the. new; fangled | zebra stocking* i ' wlmt doe8 iu":' - v'j ¦"'¦: Aid asX '\e old cynic, passed on, he glared sav»-aie)r ati VP^rty^ of young ladies standing ^leAA. - Y':*.'''.'.'„¦ . — "»•¦.'-. ' '."•" ' '','-'¦'/ Y -drs kr^ik 'r^rd ple4 ¦ *° tl»e: qufesiioh of "Gu«ry 0r not •«* 'jty. r\commend - «8. to that Misfechap o« t rfel *Wder: "^f vpur hondrplea^iamgu, '^lyriaiT^l the njau be: - came beitt.dk mv ^5 fy om "Jf vfM^:...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

r-r'-:'ri'' Mlscellaneo1^' ,-^pyMfy^^yi A :M. * WYT. lDteKBBMABI»$ :;;; }';. .'. '• ¦ .}¦"' ¦'; ' :{.2W3B^ir!.:: '¦ JSiraTOjiSEiK \ New Hirtord, Pa, r ; * -' '¦¦'!'¦ - ¦¦¦!";"' *¦ y ¦: "'V;'? - j : fcanbeitontidtWlalrgeBtandbeBtat. : , I : eortment of FurnUnro lonaiattng of : ! I' ¦ : ^»AELoi, CHAmSbR. DINING i ¦:/, ,' f> :j KOOM, AND HALL i! 1 f ' ".'••:; :? PUKNITURE, -4 -A, I • to be fonnd I in the County, all new : j • : . and bf the lateH patterna, . ; and will | be sold verycheap^or CASH. All goode warranted as .represented.? -,y\ •#¦;.. ¦ t - * tv"-.' ' _-- K< \:- -X'*y: \ . y"JH. & W. T: DICKERKtiN. , ^ -Feb.|l6ri876.--4m.: ,-.- ..<'-.'', ' :-< ¦: >yj ¦ ' yy Dauchy 8tlB0.Y -'-Y ^ :; 1 ACbiT^> 60 subscribers dally. Best literary ^aaar. AtiCnt OOriy^l 50 a year. Three *18 .chrpaim free. Mtonyon &Spr>nslcr, Pubs.-Phlla. Pa. 20 i/1 T7 TVTniC!" P»r be8fc chance in fue world *o AAJTJCiiN I'O coin money;.Address U...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

THE BEAUTIFUL SPRING. ^ome^yittj. 1 ¦¦ -. '. : ' —'' ' Y y ^ "'' ¦" ' n'i i '" " [For the DakocBAT.l v.; O, the springy the beautiful spring >a^; Inspire my du!l soul tUreyeryslt.ring Like angel harps forever jhthnej To boors as "perfect as days iW Juhe,'* Working, singing; contented to waitY In this beautiful wbrld—^by the massive igate,"r.Y ':':.-:' ^m YJv^-a^4:'Y;Aa',' Over the-earth light an^ glory are.epreaa', Alivingglory, where God c*»ri be read ; Beneath the moist mold the story prolong ; Death bursting to lite-r-a mystical sons;. 0, the spring, the Jbeautiful spring, t Gladness has come to every thing; A Fragrant warm air bre^thip over tte lea, Waking fresh beauty from thicket and tree ; Restless, wobirigj singing they go,'; l-A ¦ gome up in the sunshine, some hopping be-,l0W, .,...., V . ¦' ..v;: . ,.„ .....-; A,, -j,,;,; .. gome searching, some building, all chirping t with gleey A;; ¦•''¦'i ;-'=' .--vi'";'( ";A->- Are the happiest J>irds]ih...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

HOW THEY HANG A MAN IN CHINA I observed ode modje of Chinese capital punishment known as 'Athe cage." The "cage" used wasAbet ween two and three feet square, and over six feet highA Near the bottom was a close floor jof plank; Th 2 four sides were open work of plank palings. The planks composing the cover were majde to fit around a man's neck close enough to hing him,but hot close enough to strangle him.; The condemned man was put intd this =cage,.hii head projecting above', the cover fitting rouhd his heck, arid under his feet a nuiiiber of jbricks; one: above the other, just enough to'enablo him to stand on tiptoe — ;When..this position, from weariness, became unendurable, his only relief was to hang by the neck., TJ\edesigriis to make a man suffer as jnuch as possiblejbut not to kill him too quick-M*:-.\ -s -- y{--y-- ' ¦ ¦ -- ¦'- - ¦:¦:¦; l Usually after; a criminal has been standing thus for a day or so, one of the bricks is removed, and then another, until he-hangs by'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

A FEW WORDS TO OUR GIRLS The pastor of a church in one of our large 'Cities saic to me hot long ago : "I have officiated at forty weddings since 1 came here^ and in every case save one, I felt that the bride wasi -running hn awful risk. Young hien of bad habits and fast tendencies never mairy girls o their owrp sort, but demand a wife above suspicion. -[¦' ¦' - ¦'- '" ¦¦' A Bo pure, sweet, women, kept from the touch of evil through the years of their girlhood ; give themselves with all their costly cower of womanhood, into the keeping of men who in base assriiations, have learned to undervalue all Jhat belong to them, and then find no place for.repen'tance in the sad after years. There |s but one way out of this that I can see, and |hat is for you—the young: women of the coDnjry-rto require in association aud inar-< riage.purity for purity, sobriety for sobriety, honor fo| honor. There is no reason why the young men of this Christian land should not be just a| virtuous ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

I- "MARRY HER FIRST I *• * . i ; Mauyjyeurs ajpo,;in what ls^now a flourishing city, lived a stalwart blacksmith, fond of his pipe anjd his joke. He was also fond of his bjoominjg daughter.wbose many graces had ensnared tie affections of a- young printer: The couple, hfter a season of billing and cooing, engaged tb emselVes, and nothing but the consent of the ybungl lady's parents prevented their union.rjTo obtain this an interview was arranged, jmd tbe^typo prepared a little speech to admonish and convince, the old man, Who sat enjoying his pipe in perfect content. The typo dilated an the fact of their long frieridship.their niutuaj attachments, their hopes for the future, and like topics.and.taking'the daughter by the hand, h( said, "I am now, sir, to ask your permission to transplant this lovely flower from its pr.rent bed,;' but his feelings overcame him and he forgot the remainder of his oratorical flourish, blushed, stammerediaud finally wound up with, "from its parent...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 May 1876

.. >'. | :;;. SUCCESS.;-. Every man must patiently bide his time; not iii idleness, in useless pastime, or querulous dejection; but iri constantly accomplishing bis task, tint when the occasion comes he may be equal t( it. The taleat of success is ripthing more than doing what, you ican do well,,witjtiout. a thought of fame. If it >omes at all, it will etime because it is deserved1 , hot liecause it is sought after1 . It is a very\ indiscreet arid t'roubieiome ambition which cares so; much what the world says Of ni ; to bealways anxious about the effect of what wex'o or say ; to be always shouting to hear the echoes of our voices. ' -;" '"'l' '- " ' '-"¦ ''' - ¦'.' 'A "A"' -•. ¦ : ' ;: . ' ¦-•»-:''• —— - '-'-•i--.- There are nipre sorrows ot wornen than of men, just as in heaven, there are more;eclipses ()f the r:.oqntfeaivofVthesuti..-; .' -A., .r-o.;.A¦'{ iSome t meh /fii* wYf!H^ighted>! they jopk througt ancV'heyiirid ^ a'repot, /"a-Y:Y;*":i:*-r A'.;....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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