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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

" pWW^ttjJ. *•>* ^^-.rf^is<^mmI &x.. Kffiu* *&$*** i - >?r '""] Fish may be divided into classes—cod-, fish and' fresh fistw The propriety of di-; Tiding them, in to > classes- : Avj] 1 be at once; apparent when we reflect that theyr are usually fonnd iii scKbolsi' " ¦ ?A; r"~The mackerel is. not:, exactly ajQfhjb; Syhi-fcomeilsoi lhiu(ihjr^rj|b^ff|a, ^JlshliiaWf^sri fish ft** lfffof $e 1 resent classed with the former, "^ish exist in sizeS to suit the purchaser not ' •rojitminiiows to whaleMhAchjare ¦M itiotlv BDeakiug* \£*m® if ¦»«; ligator a fish; but if we attempt to tell -b^t are not fishti this article will far^ex-«ed its infended limits. | ¦'* j i . " The herring is notabsblujtely a fish he is a sugjiestiotl of departed fish.. But m itronglst suggestions of departed fish are smelt Tbeliening sustains ibecame relation to the finny tribe as the Egyptian mummy to the ^ hnman rac^-- n Fish are caught by measure and jold hy weigh...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

j|ails; ';-.'. "-p-v,. '¦ !¦ ¦='¦- !_'.._ TjmyrAJBtE, ¦ <-. ' •:- . ¦. 'i.i ; ¦ y. ; - .'•¦ " '•*.'.''-' '¦ •. ¦'- ¦:.; "¦' HARliiVABE ¦ , ;¦ ¦ : . ¦ .-' ¦ ': -¦ ' - ] -' ' ¦' - . ' '• ' ' ' /:'- " u- ¦' : • . • '' "'' . ii-,, . . ¦ . ..'..,' _ | OYI) &RWIN i '.,-¦¦,:- ;, •*-';..'' > ,;. ;. ¦ .;. -':'• ¦ Cdrnerof Main and Turnpike 8tB. [. MONTnosH, r»-a.., ' " j' ',.' I " ' D1AUSU8I* TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARF, ^Builders- Hardware, 1 CUTIJBRY, ETC.,; \ i ; i I ' - L .- ¦' ••.<-.•.-¦.;¦'¦ •:-¦ ;¦ _J_t * " „. 'ifrmXtm* t oy;''v tto.© Kes. Thanks,to »ur Friends for twtPavoit. We would bo morAthanklul to one and all who know they have unsettled account a with ne. II they would call tad settle by the mlddltof March next. ] ;FFeb.4,isw.;?;, - '///'://-/': f-'::':'\^ rB»BBS]TAKB SOTICBl ' -|''-. ^//\- 'Beet hiarket price, paid In cash, tor f '/ ///;.; •":;'',cgb|n/; eye,;;aipP: gJats.V.;:,: " j -. •;; "iatthe Montrose'firtamMill.¦/{ .'¦-.• i.> D. A. MO^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

r'lnMdoieofBrctBurte.^ ¦Bret Harte,.was;lecturing ;»P Fennsyl; vania a showtime ago. | At> qne ^ ot.his appbintmeifts, h'e felt very, much depress. Ud; Itas apeculiarity ofihamorists,wq ..^¦told. to he flnaccuftntably melancholy andiKloom^atttimesir Harte wasin tlus Lmo6dr;ovy.;;OuQOf the,,committee.we^ •in hack of tlfe sceAvea;to; see him^.and the ^depressedLutoonsti welcome^ him .as an uawsnalglf^m of good eupsbin?. ;^W • shook, hands^iHarte, earnestly, and the .committee man 4ecoroasly^- - ; , "Mr. H^rte,f be;eaid grayely^^ou mil Will find this an unustfaily healthy cit^ <sAh'" Said the pleased humorist. «Yo* The^death'rate is only one a At tMsv juhotuf¥ flartfetookthe com-^tteema.J by t^e^ arm b and .rturri^d|y ; ^ked:'¦ [-\ f\ . '\., I /; T Wl I '• **'¦* - i ^•Isi^^d?"' -' " ,p-p"DeadP-eiaculaj;ed, ^e.r .committee man. nWho dead\'V ' • !:, .. ,'•' " u '- "Wbytjie man for to-day/ was the ^Sfcem^^dwitil.liWa; might intb'the immediate face of tlw lec-; t"iirP...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

Unjust Sa*pIcloni». The other day a.Detroit husband went on-a fishing excursion with a small partyof friend^ Returning at midnight ne pounded | jn the door and.awoke his wife. As she let himjin the M», She saw something ailed himj and cried out: ;"Wh^,IHenry, your face is «s,red;as pa^ Guesser n't," he replied, fueling along the hall. ¦ '/ , ,". . "And I believe yo,u have been ormking" •?";/ >¦¦¦' - : i„'.' "\ "Whazzermean by zat?" ^ >Oh Henry! vbur face would never look like that if you hadn't; been dnnk'ing:" -;'- '" «Mi to blame ??' he asked with tears, in his eVes. "8'oose'n big bass jumped•.upjv hit me in the face an' make it.red~mi M blame-r ' ' , j j - , And he sat down on the floor andened over her unjust suspicions. ;

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

A Tough Foot. / They tell big stories/about the-tough feet of'the Louisiana darkey^ but -the Vicksburg ^iegro is always ready; to compete for the'ih^cfal. Onebf them entered a blacksmith shop the other day to ae11rliorse>3h6e , and he plated his;;foot on aKh6t|»iece of iron justj cut frdm thev bar. It was a full minute before the heat struck in, and then he gave a leap over the anvil, aud uttered a;terrible yell. The smith asked^him to explain- and the darkey responded: ,, , i, ,, ¦ . '•Wliyj I'ze bin standtn' on that piece of red-hot iron !" - | .-_ «'And you didn't know it? - .: '•No, not zacly;. I sm«4t .irathin. kinder ctirus for a good while, but fought dere Was a dead boss round; here somewar! i Cu^ro said. "Tlie pursuit of all things shtfuld he calm and tranquil.'', How about capturing fleas ? \_1_J__ The duty of the hour to take carl of the min^e^n^^H^i^?>#5r' At what season did Eve! eat the apple? Early in the fall." ._.._ -.j- ¦¦'¦/':'¦¦• i*' u^^&...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

„ jpfc^ Advertisements, j ., PREPARE FOB IfllNTERi; • " ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ¦ ¦¦!1V: •^-Ni^^ockOF}¦ ,-.-;' -.*v-->;^3 i} ^i'-?.?%/>t'Mi??i> "s--*H^ f- ; i«iiiii'i!ii ;;;¦' . - . :r/' :;::. ,=.-..,..-AT^i-''-'-:,'.-:-:''i,, i HiU-/- ' .,... 4 ' :,, vv-./i j:f... ;..-yn'--,'ii<'- - ''"': .*i ¦•;:' -iVTi: ¦¦¦¦>' '¦¦\/-i:' ;-ir ^P'ri'l"'- WOOLEN SHAWLS, GLOARlNiG^ GASSIMERES;; BEAVEKS A-^.-'i- ¦ 'AND;.oiJOTHS,;. ;;-<j.;';;..,.;. In great variyiyi • : . j^^/' '".'•' ..At $]${,*'.?$? ¦ PLAID AND PLAIN^OGt. AJTD MOHAIR DRESS GOODS. SILKS, POPLINS, CASHLMERES, DRABTEDES ALPA CAS, BLACK AND V COLORED, ] FLANNELS, ROSE BLANKETS MARCEILES BED SPREADS,; WOOL TABLE SPREADS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, .NAPKINS-.]: -,;\ and. household ' j ¦ Furnishing ;'i ?' ' ' iGoods, . .L ': A large assortment, and cheap, At p. B. & Co' i LADIBS' ANDCHILDRENS- MJ£^^|5aA*- MENT8. MERINO AND WOOL HOSE. FELT SKIRTSi GLOVES. &c, &c. ALL.blZES AN...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

'"'^ G «/ BtoeUaneoni "K A ' ^yeyiyilfJmft M « GM^ r.»i<uny.> "<'*y»V-» P c^«>«- '' ?rr7;:[-J"y? ¦ ¦ .^-i^-1 '¦¦?ffT.?!|?!--'j" •¦'¦;. ...Vj..,!:j:i7/t,;i«».\-..ji.j ni i^--i'«,'i!.i: ,'',,'.';w/> ¦ ; ! -i-1: .'r';qi'^ .vK!^1^i'-'i-; ,; i;i' ;b;t'" -^¦lu^wtu'': ^>yi;nhii - - V; \«K:i 'i^vu\.y-H^-. -y^-y >] •']¦':'T {^>/{: ¦i^ -w^y --*m orjf»oHlib /-\iL //%:t/mmm/-^imw^^t^ - ,:-,,': ,.,,:tl:.: .; ¦ .;!¦ ':<¦[¦*• ¦ -• ¦'- -'» ¦'•'<"'1: |.- ; '' . ¦ .,„., .,..,y., ¦.•),;; Ill Jill'iiH. V,ll)1™ SIKTOll-O :;;;;; y jwtowd i^»#?;s^ : m^/ ^Qbsyc\oT| i^,ooS^^j€;i| ¦; 4l;4^;iiai^.i^^ ..,;;¦>.; '•¦;: -;v :.i-'!-': : »'':ii ;! ;t! .''.! i<•"''' .' ¦,.*•'.; .=..,.j-i;»;t .o-'.| ---^-iii lo ,v!!.ii-n-j . / Filling hi^ laige-^ ^^^^n'^iS^1 '."/.¦'¦¦',: ' u ¦ •.<¦%£. 'h1^'l'^^ ,hm'^. ^ ^' ..:¦•.!--,:¦•?/ VH'-^'' :.:'- *''.;;1 - >i;;' i :''¦"-¦:/.., ¦¦ ¦ -.¦ '>,¦'.¦•.¦-'';'..¦ .¦>' ..&...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

.-.,.; IFfeANK THOMPSON 'M/pO,,;,/: " I (BBANCH HOUSE OF JOHN MONROE & C0^ PHILADEXPHlX;) .j X7CTb.bX^3»le l^±<l-«.0^ I>e«,le3Pfllv SO. 18 I.ACKAWANKA AVENUE, SCBAMTON, PA. All k ndg and grades of DOMESnC * IMPOBTED ira^'XIftTOBftM lowasanyhonse lnthe State. . NoV!emberiOw. 18TO.-8m \ • ,,, • i , ,,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

£A[;;'SwvMlNERy.BINGHATOONy I •' '-~" WHOLBSAtB DEA-LBR IN \ EflRYMLBiFLto BPECIAL raDUCEHENTS IN Bronze I^mps, Opal Xsarnps, A^««»] ^^'^M i J,a ^^, ^Btmtoi^ Wicks, Shades, ShadeHolders, &*, Ac, < ."¦"" J ALSO, MAUUFAOTiTREB OF . ,--fpj ^lwtx>' •r-k.s»A.i>a'wr»33 wabb. • ^ Jttcet.GttaraT Ueedaa Lotto* any Eo^ in Southern New Tor^i. '¦ A^lirew by ffl.ll Promptly Attended To. ' March 31,1875. A. S. W1«*B. - -rir«T JOB PRINTING AT THE LOWEST RATED K Weare continually adding new material; to Our office, and with our ,-. KCJ Lakge Stack of JOB TIPB and FOUR PrinUug Presses, we Defy ComepeUon . I ' 'i. • , ^ ,' i '¦¦ '..¦-.-;¦.'- ¦¦' l " " - ¦ ¦ r • ¦ i- '••¦: ; Both In Price and Quality, either in. plain Black or Colored Work. HAWLBY .& CRUSKR,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

,-,,^—^?^—7-- •'- ; THE GURE FOR GOSSIP.! > -1 ..• '•'.• .... .•..».«¦••-" ; ¦- -:- •'•'" ¦'''' / 1 What is .the cure for gossip ? ! SiraWy^ul- tore.. There is a great deal of gossip thai has no malignity in it. Good-natured people talk about their neighbors because^ and only-be- cause, theyhavenothing die to talk abotit: As we;;write, there, comes ,fo us the picture of a family of young ladies. We^bave seen them at home, we have met then^hi gaHeriea of art, we have caught glimpses ol them; going from a bookstore, or a library* wltlh a fresh*bh nme in their hands. When:we. mee| Tfci&a, they are full ot what they have-seen aid rted. They are brimming with questions. One .topic of cohversation is dropped, only togive plaf e, to another, in which they are interested. We have left them, after a delightful hour, Btlmnlatedaad retresiied ; and during the whole hour not a .neighbor's garment was soiled by so much as a touch. They bad someshing to: talk J about. They kn...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

GRATES OF THE PRESIDENTS The remains of three ex-Presidents, says the Spriugfield, (111.) jovmil , rests in | Tennessee-AndrewJackson ^ James K. Polkjand .Aiidrew Johnson/ Five~Washington, Jefierson, Madison, Monroe; and Tyler--repose in Virginia if Two-John Adams and John .Quincy Adams-fin MasKacuusetts. Two—Van Buren and Fillmore—in New 'York ; William Henry Harrison in Ohio>, Zachary Taylor in Kentucky ; Pieroein New Hampshire ^ Buchanan in Berinsvl'vunia, and.Abraham Lincoln in Illinois. In all we have had eighteen Presidential terms of of lour years each, of sfhom onl>[ the present incumbent survives.'/ At some period in Jiie future an fffori will probably be ¦ j made tooth er up the scattered remains otour Presidents and reiulerlhem at the seat ot government.—• Whether their.:^descendants and i the States which now hold tb^lr remains will consent io their removal ii a question ¦ that it;^il be iline enough to consider when the proposition snail ;^meupta:^u^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

;,m .-,. ,-.:^ ¦.'.' ^.AiJElL; ^,.,'.....-'.-. -.'.,.; VTlie5 folloiWihg little-^paragtnp;h ,which a friend ratfds*' usj^bhtnlhs a whole vdlttme dt! tpith" and liuf geistibn; anaT{t Well studied aod acted'ui>6n wduid* prevent'much1 unhappihws\h this world awl prove a.'tnosi^ effectual1 remedy for miicfi thaV'ndw5exists:?) f:::~' }A--':-! '¦"-'¦'[ v ; rV': .' :;it! ^li?is'theI'eitsieSt- thirigIn -IhewoHdto hehap-(Jy^'it -meh and'wdmen^ would only;think;sV^ Happibeas ;iis only another iiame forloveVari^: Wherefoyc; exists^ itfa household;'there happtne^'must also e'xisty even thought has poveV-' ty] tb¥k^ cib{ie:,cbmpanioin;' Wheref; love exists hot/eveh thoughit Ve a palace, happiness cannever conie.';Ho whs a1 fcbld and selfish being wiibJoriginatett the»4aying that "when poyeVty corned iniatthe^ooi love flies out atthe window," and'his dssettlpH proves conclusively that he had tioTtnowleage ofloVe V for oriqtiesi'tiOnably' the 'Jreve'rse' btvthe; axiom "quoted is neare...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

MOTHERS OF KEMARKABLE MEN-: In reading the pages ot history wejarestruck with the tact that our remarkable n>en poseeaed m others of uncommon talents for < good or bad, and great* energy ot character.j It would almost aeem from the. circumstanc^ that the impress of... the mother is , more jfrequently stamped upon the boy, and "that of; the tather upon the girl-^-we mean; the mental,! intellectual impress, in distinction from the physical one. It ujsaid of Sir Walter ScwtVs m|oth^r, that she was a very small, plain, well edhqated woman, -f excellent seuseVvefychafithbie/and a great lover of poetry and painting; ^nd^ on the whole, a superior woman. This is eyident.froin the writings of Sir W^alfer, that' hp had un common gifts in word painting. It is said of Byron^s mother, thatj she was a proud woman, hasty, yioieht, and [unreasbhable, with no principle sU&cient to restrain her temper. Unhappily, Byron'ihherileflhii mother's inflammable temper, and iiist...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

"^TSii^r l::i Wv Wti$ * . • old house.— -j; ~r:-.'; •¦'.( I'. Li. ¦'-<..} *'. • ¦ •• i .-.- • :'•',v,§ wttftsfe**^^ -..;¦¦ M$ff fTbeJollOwUig^ is a littlelateJ^th^as^n; but is gOOd;enoDgh;to warwnrpu^l ic a^on^j, The'mi^reWmuiedby ^ . When1 the yejifwMiortswa^, ;^. ^. And thfe lrbieh;^9u;gh8,>as ^thh, wind .blew, ¦¦'•-•"""higher, - •¦ -^-<^>' Knocked at Uie.wiudowpahe,;! . v.f 'Lteewiart'UttbMdt o-.'^a'M.nV.dfllJ^,;5 -^ Who hummed,thro';liU r\>m$, a^^tt%' .. ,/!'i'",''ing,-wa^j!'^.i''i;, t.'' \-://^y-^y A tenner chromatic strain* i3,,,., ; i.-i The firelight glimmered", on tiojok' arid bust,;"' .Ami thetu'rtfih's?fi'fn-'wrbiight'swoep ,..;. ,• 6w,eiled^nd,swayedJta A sudden gust. t r . :f As |he dooiunciosed,—and like oneiasleep She saw how a long processiun- came, ?: ;f ! 1 Man,*ndmaidenVand *Wrtely^ditme;•-• ¦'•" Asif^achbadatryst tokeep.< !, .;"-' ' A tryst, with the fhouse that, was once theur ¦ ¦" own;li v.:* ; V:;rr -¦// r-,-...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

; .c \ LIMIT YOUR WAN^S. r ,. * *—r -. .. i '"'From- the irialure of things the income bt. most of the inhabitants of the eartlr must be iimitediandindeed\overynarfbv? boUndi. The; product of labor throughout the world.if equally divided, would not on'ake the share of each individual large. It is impossible that every, one should be called rich.' But It is by no means impossible to be independent. And What is the way to compass the "glorious priviiege,'Vas Burns appropriately designates it?—. Thel methodi is Very simple. It consists in one rule : Limit vour wants, make them few and inexpensive. To do this would interfere but Tittle with your real enjoyment. It is mostly a matter ot habit. Ton require more, or ybu 1 are satisfied with less, just as you have accustomed yourself tb 4he one or the other. Limit yourwauts, estimate their cost, and never exceed it, taking pains always to keep it inside ot your iricome, J thus you will sebure your lasting independerice. Young men th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

CHILBRES'S WINTER CLOTHES. , , fl , l -There'is such gross ^oeject of *ome of the plainest rules of] common sense! and healthin the dressing cf children^ that one can hardly mention too often the 'necessity of-i dressing growing children too warmly. *; There may be sufficient warmth about their bodies, where waiste and skirts are made of numerous thfcknete, but,the extremities are almost always dressed in too thin or too few garments. Remember that no woolen^ stocking is suffldenl rirotection tor a leg below the knee. There musti» added either trousers, or leggings or warm under drawers. For a little girl there should be a complete under suit of flannel (cotton arid wool or SOft alt-wool) composed of Ion" sleeved, waist and long drawers, (anklefiUing)^buttoned together at the waist. Over this hill colored ;fianne£ drawers, buttoned around thelegbelow the top of the stockings, are not too warm. Warmf drawers are always more sensible than so much warmth in skirts, which shbuld.b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

wouiu > ^ '- ¦¦ AN OLD TiME BELLE; ¦ -•I- ¦:'¦ • . . .-'.- ¦:¦••¦- ¦ ¦¦- ¦¦:•.-'¦;•. --..'i.. ¦ imaginewbat a sensation a Jady creatcin thesetimes should she make her appearance dressed in the following costume, a description of which is taken from "Malcoms Anecdotes:" A black sUk peticbat. with a red and white calico border • cbeiry-colored steys, trimmed with blue and silver; a red and dove colored gown, flowered with large trees ; a yeli low satin ipron, elaborately trimmed; a muslin head dress with lace ruffles; a. black silk scarf and a spotted silk hood, "Such was the costume1 worn by: a lady in 1708." Further on we Wad of ladies' head dresses costing iroin one to two hundred dollars. A great deal has hjeen said about the extravagance of women of the present days but the modern belle would stand aghast shcfuld she be asked to pay two buifdred dollars for a-bomiet; and it is doubtful^whetber. the expensive bead gear referred to was any more becoming to the wearer-t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

GOOD ADVICE. -T^ way to be happy not much to be so. You cannot catch sunbeams,,*,m W^ you may enjoy their light and warmth t^Mting ^mahloe unsolieii^^n y^;;.; ; :£i&wb: o&^^ ^tot&Hi ^ holda *b^ot e»d ^ s^l^iat;; iyw.-o^-'¦ ^ •-./"'>, r;.,-'-,.'.-y,-,,vy: - is to try too All the yoimg women in the country would do well tb heed the words of Bisliop ^ Foster, addressed to the graduating class of the Wesieyau female College in Cincinnati. He said |:. »£eari yourobUgations to thepast,be care^ ot the Went, arid prepare yourself for to great future before you. The reign of brain has come.VThough you may not be found-on thelbattleWd or « the ballot-box youcan btiiid up^tbe future by Duildirig up the meu^ Yo£live in a particularly exciiing time, when you have placed; in opposition to you one of [be greats Vices, and you women ^^ «m"if all of those of your sex who are real w^ „, will combine. Beware of; coxcombs and libiiines. : They" are fools,. .^^W. ....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

BAD LITERATURE FOB THE Y^TJNft t ¦¦¦ ¦•'¦¦ ¦• •- - . • „ —• ¦ «— ... .,... ..j,-..,,.,.;,: -: « ~ In oiir Own-country^thie' coriditionS-6f the growthbr ilus bad kiiio of literature lor hoys andgiris'aVetolie 9^a;sohie;or^ the^atleast, lyirig'plaiu^bh'the^surfaW rapid1 tncfeasebf the pbpulUtiorif the d*iff^ sibn of the capacity1 tbMread=among thb closes whbse circrimstarices are in other; respects most uriiavorable to ^he fttfmatibh; among jflieiri bf ^rbpW^ standards bf taste kn& !gObd jfeeling; And^here'is the ^ctthnHhV young have bf late y^ars been furned>ut "early tb earn their UV^ tugs, and left pretty nJuch^tb their' qwnmisguidalvbeJ Whethbr1 a'stktedr civilizationllke thatbf Loridbii and New Ybrk cah exist without Social deposits"1 bf'SficU' a' kind that these or similar coriilHioriswilt5 always' be rbalf>pear: Ing In some shaoe,is a questibrifoh which"bpinjfobi will differ: ^ut we Relieve'it is; bertain that the existence bt this vile5 literature...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 January 1876

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