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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

XI10 Sasqnolianna Coam/ FHrmcr'n . . ClUD. '' 1 :f' The Club met at their usual, place of meeting in Montrose on Saturday after n0on June 3d and discussed the following subject: "Raising and securing ciop. f()r fall and winter fee^f^r dair^ jBtock.?' The 'discussion was quite lengthy Vjand very interesting. We^ecessarlly^abridge our report. Mr.W'rn. Barron said: "I believe for dHiry stock, lor the purpose ot obtaining milk and making butter, { and cheese, there is no * better feed th$n our clean graga pasture. We always find tliat cows do the best on fresh green grass; that is, on grass when it first gets up large enough for feed; when it .gets old and partially dried iipfrt is;^ot- m good; Cows do the best, give most;'milk from which the nicest colored and best flavor ed butter is made, about this tithe of the year and a little later. In my opinion the superior quality of the .milk this .time of year is not, because the cows have lately come in but because thequality of the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

1,0|)Q BfrEN WANTED, ARMED! * with Greenbacks, to buy tbe best made, eaeitBt-rnnning, and most durable Wagon ever made lor the money. THE LARGEST ASSOItfP *l ?A T OP PLATKOKMS, OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES AND PHOTONS, EVER OFFERED TO THE CITIZENS;OF Nt^RTHERN PENNSYLVANIA. ! Particular attrition lecfiHid to ojir htiniiiatci P'ctfcrms. We claim to make the beet Family and Farm Wagoa combined, evti ofl'ed for the moin-y.: Ktfch Vatjon Warranted ae represented. We employ none but experiencedmechanise. Selecting best of ttocjk for cash a«d p*y cash for labor,.and we have reduced the prices, as follows: No. 1, Platform, l* Spoke, !>»' Axle, 1^, Springs T«p Bnggiea, Piano Box or Shell body or Broad 2 Seats, - - -;-- .- $115 00 Box, with Enamel Cloth, Top and Damask' ' '., Add for Trimming, $& to $8; Break.*7.M. y*1 ^ tn^lwn f eJS- iM * mu, "--, tl60 ^ s,v «~s« . • • , f Hubber Top, Broad Clothing Trimmlnfi'.Il'K CO No. S, Platform \X Spoke, 1& Axle. \)i Spring*.! p, . , ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

; s3E>n.i3>o-a-le-ze. ¦ '' . '¦ * ' \ ' : • ¦ . • . ' •• • " - ¦" SPECIAL ¦¦¦ A^^CHJNOEMEISrT !.; ABEL BENNETT & CO., BINGHAMTONv Jobbers of Fine Woolens, m A MERCHANT MORII DEPARTMENT^ REPLETE WITH ALL THE LATEST STYLES * • ANU QTJAUTIES All onr goods nave been T>oueht within the the last few weeks, for CASH,at a very |nw price, thereby enablltiff us to sell cheaper than tic other establishments In the city, who are carrying stock bought at muck higher rates. april 19,'76.-3m IIAGAKIAN BLOCK.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

2£GGs ;.'!",'^^^'Iv'.'-EGGg;! '¦';. ¦;¦':'; ^.;-; v ; ': :¦.-![ WHITE COCHENS, BUFF COOHENS^ PARTRIDGE COCHENS, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, ANt) HOUdANS. Eggs for Hatching, - f - $3 per 13. tSTYouvg Fowls for sale after | August 1st, 1878, at' reasonable prices: Mo • inferior > specimens shipped from my yards. i WhiteCpcheris. lsi premium at, Jersey .Fair, (Berry. & WIHS&s stock.) Buff Cochens1 ; Berry it WUliatns. ; No circulars. Wr'te for what Is1 wanted and promp replys will be given* Addres*.: C. C. GILBERT, *. L ,L .~. ' Great Bend,' Pa. March 29, 187B.—Cut. ,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Would call attention to hie New Stock of FALL M WINTER GOODS! • How on sale, m new ¦B1BW M®B§Q! LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLAC& AND COLORED ALPACAS, NEW STYLE OF PRINTS, SHAWLS, WATERPROOFS, FLaN-; NELS, BALMORAL, AND HOOP K SKIRTS, VELVETS, HOSIERY, HEAVY WOOL GOODS, CARPETS.-Oil CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS. BUFFALO AND LAP ROBES, FURS, HATS Aim CAPS; BOOTS and SHOES. HARD WARE.IRON.NAILS, STEEL, STOVES akd GROCERIES, ETC. , In great variety, and wiU be sold on the mort favorable terms, and lowest prices. " aBTJRRITT. i New MIlfoMUMftY 1st. 1875.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

£JOR,RECTLON 1 , Rnmor has It that having been elected County Treaiurer for the ensuing three years, I am to dtaeonttnua bit Insurancebuiines. 'Said RUMOR is UNTRTOranJ without foundation, and while thanking ronforklMness, aud uppreciatfon of good Insurance Ip the past. I' ask a continuance of your patronage,' promising tnitall business entrusted to me snail be promptly attended to. My Companies are all sound and reliable, as all can testify who have met with losses doting the past tea nan atmyA^eucy. Read the List r: T ': V. T yV,. North British and Mercantile, Capital, * 810.000.0C* Queens of London, *««.'.. * £000IW Old Franklin. Philadelphia,'Aa«eU,, ^MOOM Old Continental, If. Y.; . » nearly aSowS Old Phoenix of Hartford, « »- SSoOMI Old Hanover, N.Y., ••' " t«oS5 Old Farmers, York. ^« •«¦ lflOOM 1 also represent the New York Mutual Life Ins rant* ofover 80 years standing, and asaeta over 180,000,000. -. Alto, the Masonic Mutual Benefit Association of Pena* sylvania. . , t , ^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

A HIW EflTEBPBKE. A practical workman, at ' »SCOSIBflCA.3B:X3Da, 0-,- •' .¦ has opened a shop under B. L. Weeks A Co's. store, on Public Avenue, where he Is ready to do all kindsof work In bis line. Can excel in new work, and repair with neatness and despatch. '| ! JAMBS BIRNBY. Montrose, October 13th.18Tft.-4m. *""_• ;,"*r" "ir , •-' ' "~ v''..,""' ,.-'""•'!' |'"""'V 'I"";- ¦¦ ' "';p""' ^¦¦«iii J ""' OB WORK- ..'.- •.„^'h :-?i'.-;".^n'- at this oy»ic*,cmur

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Tho Ass and the fiddler. ! $umovw : Withinjttie fields one summer dayt'|' L :4L|to^g-l]ariged ass began to bnjy; '; $$$. uplands echoed back his voice-To hear it made his heart rejoice. ! ,*Ahl^whftlfit pity^bried the ass, ; I [; ??ThatI should longer feed on grass; I 1 My lungs are strong, my voice is loud, At concerts I might draw a crowd, i ' !- ;I^lto mUsic 1 ho^v it flilsj. \-,]; , ::^Th^yaUey8 sleeping fmong tti e hills t jfTvfasaweet, I know, for look 1 see what . 9|rand ears for music I have got l" j';.-; A great musician heard the din, ' v While passing tvith his violin; He stopped a while upon the way j And bWe the a^ to cease to bray. 1 ••My long eared Jriend " the fiddler said, ^fhh neighborhood must wish you ^lead ; IPor worse than any sounding brass 1,, \ ..-, Is your coarse braying,!Mr.| Ass. ,! | ;,,..;^; ItryoU^rish music,,cease jfour din i: x And listen. tymy violin.;'. > He robbed the rosin on his bow, j He tried the notes both high and low ; ,. M...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

An Essay on Mules. - . ' I I .'' .•* f, .."';¦';¦= ¦ ' ,.';. -. ¦ .'¦ The mule is the most unhealthy animal in the world—unhealthy to have around. , The very atmosphere about a mule is dangerous to inhabit. v'We.have money to bet that when nature made the first mule some qnej got hurt. ' oA mule is always "4.1 homd," as you will find by calling upon one of the "critters." He is continually possessed of a yearning desire to stretch himself—especially his hind legs: ' t ¦ 'J A.('r |>. ¦'•• -• J We have known this yearning to make trouble in several families, i , ! Any wound wbicb a "mule happens to give you may very properly be called an a-bray sure. Be careful tbatyotj are never "wound up" in this way. ' T " '-.-'".* A mule is a great prophet. He can prophesy a imWs sUdden, illness or death twenty feet oil. This makes bim very profitable to" doctors and undertakers. , He is also possessed of a great heeling pow er..* . • * : --"i ¦¦ -' \ . ' : . The. saying that a br...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

A Bridegroom's Joy. w ; '^Are you; the writing man V A broad smile on bis sun-browned countenance, and his hand was outstretched iu |a way that betokened a heart overflowing with true; inwardness. . VOneof them," replied the city editor, as be looked up and met the beaming face of a fullfledged countryman. ;; '^The fellow that writes the surciety !" ^ /"Yes."'}.- --.v- ¦'.;- ¦ = . ¦. ¦ -,¦.¦ ...;„-¦.-^ "'Put it thar an' shake hard. Yon're jes tiptop, you are. Why, Ella was wild. Been reading it all day.; If you'll jesgo down to the house, blain'd if 1 don't believe she'd hug you. Why, when she laid her .eyes on it this morning she was worse'n a biy on the first rabbit track of the season.:''Ob, Sol!' she saysi 'but didn't be ^ling in the big words, thought "But won't thai jes waken up old Fluvahner.tbougb. They alters told me that you done things cle&n up to the handle- here ih Washitigton.-r' But say,-stranger, how d'ye find it out so quick t" "• "What; is it, eirf^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

1 "?¦ ¦ Ilia Little Grocery. j He was a clean-looking colored man of adc vanced age, and when he entered a wholesale house on Vesey street, New York, one of the clerks politely informed him that the situation of porter was already filled. > ' ¦ ! "Does I look like a man \Who'd be regarded as a porter?" demanded the 'stranger. '^Ab ! excuse me." 'fYou isdiscustd, sab. Whar is de foreman ? Over dar, eh ? No, sar, 1 don't want io be porter-. .I'sebneobde s&lid men of Newark, and Tse here on 'portant business." " : He* wanted goods. There were lots of '^aods thero, and it was very easy to suit'him as to prices, but be had no money, and no recom mendations. V I i ?De pay is sure in sixty days," he.urged.| "But you can give no security.?-'.-. ,;" [ •Wliat you wants of security?,Wcn'tj the .gcbds be dar ?""'"" \ "'.'':""' ""'j - "Yoiji may have sold them!" j-i ¦ "Den won't de money be dar, allcbuhted out on de.counter? An' it de money ain't-dar, xwbn'llbedar? An'if I...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

; Didn't Know Himself. \ \\ Satdrd^y'" night a Detrqiter'commenced getting drunk so that he coull notbe used as a witness in a^^e'&;th^^U6e''Oo'urt^o:: be tried yesterday. The mah^ was prettjp'^runk Sunday mOrning^almosi sober by noon, drunk again by night, and yesterday .noon was about half and-half, just able to navigate, but so be4 fuddled and mixed up that he didn't know al street car on a switch from a waite-headed boy with a.wart on his neck. Entering a store" on Woodward\ avenue the tippler fisked : "Sheen Johnson'round yere?" - ¦ "What Jonson?" was asked. '^Sham JohnsOn, course." "Why, you are Sam Johnson yourself;" "Zhiit so ?" exclaimed the victim, blinking wisely and seeming much put out. ..-'>': "Of course it's so.- Who did you think you were j?" ; ¦[ x ' "'. '.-.",'¦! "Gbv'ner Cass!" ' "Well, you aren't." - "Zben I'm. Johnson, am I r" N "Yes sir." ¦ -...'. "Sliam Johnson ?" - \ /•'Yes«ir." - tlAnd I zhon't 'mount to much, do I ?" "Well, not a gr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

WMMWiW^ .•• >,;¦ :.iiii'ijk3: x:-.,v\ Ui-' ¦ ¦ ¦¦ -^;My-S^-'j ;¦ ¦-••¦¦./¦s^|- ;.'ia'aiT?ir. - y::h}\-:^&: *? ';• Hi,>y!.,'¦ : '^ * ¦ >':+¦:y^t';::irV^.&;¦¦-' "||iS|ptt:|iii ;• .:;j:.v;;V;!'(j:.;r ¦'--¦):-' \^^ .V'"'§";'' .'•^.'•"H . 'V^-'/i New:-Wmord;'i^^fM::'J;:-; ;' , ) " : Can be fonna the largest and best as- : ,, • ; ;: softment of Pornltaro consisting of: -: ¦ •';"' ' • I i PAKLOR, (5&AMBML JOINING : ! ¦' -: T^ ROOM, AND HALL : ¦ ¦'¦^-¦'¦¦¦¦¦VAi >¦'''¦- fUKNITUBE, ,: r: : : ; sl/l .htojba found in the Connty, all new : '¦ > .';! :. \t-'.;-,.{Land of,the latest patterns, ; •';:. , . ana,will!be,sold, very cheap for CASH." All; gooda warranted as represented. .-;- ,>...:: if; '• .¦1-\... : •!(>•, r,, - ¦ "••. -..'¦¦.., •-..-- - ¦¦_¦ • ¦ . ¦¦. ' ,...- -TV. !',>i '. ¦ •;•;-•'. •'... - .- ' ;¦ ¦¦¦ .f ,--i- >?' ¦ - -. • -: .'' ;^l -¦ .j;,";.'; h. ' & w. t.;dk>eerman^; ;.. ¦ ^'; ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

':• H'" ' ' "'' -'" '¦¦'¦¦' " ' ".'"",:'-'"".' -' "• 'v..' ; -.—-AT—'''-' ¦• ¦''.-'¦:•.-'. '¦ .' >'¦¦ '•'¦ ."* •'.«' ""' ' ' :.' ^W^i-^^^^^^ff^^ -^^;-' i'-' .LH^^' :- '*¦* '^^ w**=:^ ¦ #l'fl||0 '•.'.Vf-v;,!'''¦''.¦-'.}:' :':y^X- ;^-\;^:'-;'--l-;^«r—--r6-~^—•¦¦''¦ : *"¦' ¦"•/'¦ -.' '..• ¦ •••. -H-:.:'. '..>¦'¦"» iiBEfn mo bisi mum 11 m twin i ¦^^¦ M H' ' ¦ ¦^^p^; ^^^^ :^|jfD;: ;CAPg, ' BOOTS AND SHOES! NbTIONSi WAli"PAPER, ' (i ;: H: Hr ?HH'. ;St4tioneby,;;ac.;:,''' : .HH ¦¦:'¦?;";\..V .'. ^.^ ^^N^I^^OqE,^ ^£$-Bead^Pa. : •'¦¦¦ j - 2 ' _ ¦¦'¦""'''•-¦ -'/.v.--..!-',,. ''.< . ' ¦¦ s —^.y{.: , :':¦ .'i;.';'i )•'• v.-.:H''' A-V-i'-'-.!r^ - ¦ ¦ ;•••: .;¦ • : ^i^^AUgobjdiabbugritwith carea|id for.cash only.. An immetise line ef Bargaius!jijstreoeiyed. ;. ;,,;.' HH;. V:;::. --h-- ¦;¦¦¦ .¦ -^ - ¦:<¦¦ .-¦¦;, .-V s-i- ¦'-../. Country Produce of all kinds marketed In Philadelphia and New York. "''''"W'&lc6/m6 ff-to bothold'and'hew'feasto'mers. ' ; ^.' \ . ""...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

,' S^afflS ©S'^WJS MATHUSHEK AKD CHICKEPIN6 ,:-f.'.;:.. T-"-:;.' ... PlaltOS. . ' ' '" J. F. BRGNSON^S ¦ _^^^m MUSIC & JEWELRY STORE. mBSIB ¦ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ES^^^^B A LABOB ASSORTMENT OF > J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B GOLD AND TTT A rpplTTT^Q AMERICAN " ^^BBBB/Kl^k^M SILVER VV A 1 L/XI HjO & FOREIGN, ^^HH^BB^^H AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF CLOCKS. . VBH^^^ I*X3STS3 JB-WBXiIlY ^^^H^^H^^^^^B Of all Descriptions. ^^^BSS^H^^H^^BP^^ NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. George WoOdS & Go's ¦¦! . rrr~ 'V """":. '¦':' .**- SiSTJEXTT t*> OO.'S. GREAT BEDB€TIO» IN PRICES / fbisspring. AND OTHER ORGANS. -— :-W; J. F. BRONSON, AG'T, -'yjjg^^^v'' v^"*v /^^^^^ WHOLESALE AKO RBTAIL. "^MKT ^SH^^ m vsica l merchandise ^ ^^T^riJvt jooAuiniuwrn Of all Descriptions. • A FINE ASSORTMENT., r SHfifiT ^^ msTBUCT10N B00K8( HTWatches, Clocks, and Fine Jewelry ro-«£| etc, etc, ete. paired on short notice and warranted. Brick Block, - MONTROSE, Pm. Fine Engraving done. MarcbS2d,i87«. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

1884. ]...'¦ -. ¦"'-*, ¦ 1S78. I Faets Better Than, Fiction! ' ' ' ; . '" • ' ¦-. • • - . '" ."'•• - 1 ' ' • * ¦ ¦ THE POPULAR ORf GOODS AHD CLOIfilRG HOUSE GIJTTteNBURG, ROSENBAUM & CO, ¦ - • '¦ '/¦• .. . . I . • ....... . - , Is still In Montroie, being established nearly a quarter of a century, and intend to be another. Are carrying"* largest and most complete Assortment of Dry Goods, -Ready-Made Glothine, *c, *c. of any other ilrm in tti County, pur facilities for buying in large quantities of first hands by the original packages, and iy bavitji residen* buyer constantly in the'market.ls such.that it makes it almost an impossibility for any new orold deilen to compete with ns in prices. M. 8. Dessauer, having just returned from New York with, a large stock of seasonable goods, b<gagbtfH cash at the most favorable rates, prices being so tempting th'at hie bought heavier than usual, aud mostly at Uip Auction Sales. We will, can and shall sell tnem at astonishingly...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

A. S. MINE^ ¦ •;'¦'.:¦"' ! WHOliESALB DEALER IN ' ¦ BRONZE LAMPS, OPAL LAMPS, ALL GLASS LAMPS. HAND LAMPS, BURNERS, WICKS, SHADES, SHADE HOLDERS, Ac, Ac. , SPECIAL JKDUCEMENT8 18 }¦ ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF'» - . T. -., ;Vw^^ VtUm Q^anteedcis Lm a* any Route in Southern Xew fork. Address by;maU Promptly AU«ndcd To. lIaich81,18TO. V • A. »r WW"1-*

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Jg ESl* J0B PRINTING f '\:H: y ¦//aT^TIIK liOWEhT «ATEg , -; - ' ¦ ''" • ' ' * '¦ ' ¦ - ' - : • - ¦ « ' " - , ." • ¦'- . . ; ' • ¦'" ' I-' '. . '¦'"¦ :". ¦ .':'.'• •'.- .1 "-• - ' -.' - .">": • : i.'- ..'-..;;' •'' :• ;; ; {W"e are cpn^ Large Stock of JOB TXPE and potm Piln|ii»g; Presses, we D^ Oo'mepetlr* , '••--: . -...•;':/& :¦¦¦: -.- ;'c::. :~:./~:i -,. . . ". •¦- .,.; .1 .;.\.' '-, ;: ¦*'¦• :.!•'¦• - -¦= ¦ : yl:- '' -¦¦¦',* ^ f nj Prtee »n4;^alltyf either la Plain Black .* Qohired VfmK ,,, .--,; OAP'tKV * ruil«l» ¦^¦ ' ¦^ UNITED STATES CENTENNIAL EXHIBSTSON Hi^^^^Sl s^^i^i&a&Ss^^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

i BUILDING ON THBF ^A%. ; mm i««iwpi! ._ in ii " 'Tia well to woo, 'tis, yielltowed,,d,,"; ¦'<'; Forsothe world has done 1 j "V " Since inyrtles, grew and tom$teiii$i And morning brought the sun. j But have a care, ye ybunR and feir, 1 Besure you pledge toi trainty T\ Be certain that your love will wear; ' Beyond the days of youth I | For if ye give not heart fbr heart, i As well as hand for hahd^ V ^ ; Tou'll fiqctyqu'vs playfidith^i^^elTar^fi And "built upon &e *atid." I ; 'Tis well to save, 'tis well to have A goodly stow orgbM^rl ^j .% And hold enough .of shining stufi -< v? Forcbarityis'cold."!" !ii '' , •'.. But place not all your hopes antitrust In what the deep mine btingsj We cannot live on yellow dust?\!nip??u~:¦¦*' :s\ Unmixed with purer thingSiji;* -• ,; M And he wboTJileir hp^galth alfe^ ***ys^a i >WinpX^n:hftve,rtg.*|andj. AHnb.j"\ iV?. Beside the coffer chest and owl ¦ *• 'Tis "built upon the sand." \ 'Tisgodd to speak"lnfriendly...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

¦ 1 COUNSEL T« UHijj)RBN; I \ -:." -¦ • - . - . ¦ .' i . ¦ •,.'-. . -.-¦;, . .'»»".. . I;!.. ,..j; There are rrianyy6ung,a8 will as old people, who will be benefitted by reding; this charming letter of 3ir Mathew Hal^to his children : I Dear Children : I thankGod I came well toFarringtonthisday,aboatiSve.o'clock. And as I have some leisure; time:$ rny inn, I cannot spend it more to my own satsfaetiorc, and your benefit, than.by a''letter,ctr>gve you some good counsel. The subject -shall; jeconceraing>your 'speech ; because much of tb jjood or evil that befalls persons arises from lie, well or ill man^ a'ging of their conversation.. When I have leis^ ure and opportunity, 1 shall give you my directions on other subjects. v ¦ ^ Never speak anything it a truth which you know or believe to be fale.j Lying is a great sin against God, who gaveusa tongue to speak the truth, and not falsehod. I It is a great offence against humanity itplf; tor where there ii no regard to ...

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