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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

wmM <¥*m±m mathushek akd chickerinq ¦ --. ,~AT_. I ¦'. Pianos. J. F. BRONSON'S . ^^^^ MUSIC & JEWELRY STORE. hBS^V — Bmmmm A LARGE ASSOUTMENT OF ^^HnBS ^^H GOLD AND TTT A mriTTirQ AMERICAN '^^^^^^BBi^^l^^H SILVER W Al V-zXlJliO &FORK1GN, I^^^HHI^^^^^H AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF CLOCKS. 'fl|^^H^|^H^ T»j.3\ rs J-ETTcrEjjLimr ^^I^^Hl^^^^^P Of all Oescrlptlons. . i ^^^Smm^££M&jm5jB N^^^ NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. GfeOTge "Woods & Go's I -. ¦¦•¦ .' j - L'-' ' *"• ^EkfiWPJESTT db OO.'S, GREAT BEDieriOX IIV PRICES Thii Spring. j j A\D OTHER ORGANS. . 4— I | J. F. BRONSON, AG1! ,) ^JJggjgjg^ L«^ /£&£k8£i&S '\ ¦ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, g ^jj?^P Jy j -^^j sffffir ," MIIMCAMIIEBCBAND1SB-^*^~*"*^ '" *' Of all Descriptions. A FINE ASSORTMENT. ¦ 0„B,wm „'„ ^^ ",„ -, j :- j SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUtyriON BOOKS, BT Watches, Clocks1, and Fine Jewelry MjR / '",. etc-. etc-» «te. paired on short notice and warranted. Brick Block, - BOBiTROSE, Fa, Fine E...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

X604. - . j j '¦¦'¦': ; '. 3JB7G. I Facts Better •. Than Fiction! } i. THE POPULAR MY GOODS AKD CLOTHING HOUSE GUTTENBURG, iROSEKBAUM & CO., Is still in Montrose, being established nearly a quarter "of a century, ana intend to be another. Are carrjingth* largest and most compute assortment of Dry Goods, Ready-Madei Clotbine, Ac, AC. of anyoiberflrminth* Connty. Onr facilities for buying in large quantities of, flm hand* by the original rsrksgee, and fy havlrg* resident buyer constantly in the market.la such,that it makes it almost an impossibility for any new nrolddealen to compete with us in prices. M. S. Dessaucr, having just returned from New York with a! large stock of seasonable goods, bought for cash at the most favorable rates, prices being so tempting that he bought heavier than usual, aud mostly ut laip Auction Sales. We will, can and shall sell them at astonishingly lojw figures. % \OUR STOfK COMPRISES AS USUAL, -J\ DRY GOODS, CARPETS,,. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

A. S. MINER, BINGHAMTv N, j ! WHOLESALE DEALER IN BRONZE LAM|»S, OPAL LAMPS, ALL GLASS LAMPS, HAND LAMPS, BURNERS, WICKS, SHADES, SHADE HOLDERS, &a! &c. MM PE if LIT AP WIN CHilif! SPECIAL INDUOEMENTS IN . ALSO, MANUFAqTUREROP ; tin•¦ .--flLsa-fp ,¦ •T^xap^BS'igr'si*"'.A^rjak.m3B. ; , 'Prica Guaranty as J^ York. Addreaa by Wafl Promptly Attended T«>. ;'--"-_; March SI. 1875. \. ft. MINI B. jgEST JOB E^BINTINC} AT THE LOHILVr RATEg i We are continuaUy adding new material to our office, and with our i r i v •¦< •¦:¦ . • ¦ ¦ . -!. - L^rge Stock of JOB TWB ana P0UB Printl^ Pre«e8 ^e D.fy to*** ; i : . ' '.I ¦'.¦'.:¦ . '.B.tk »..Price and <i,aHt7,fUhor ia, PJ»tu JHac**, CoJored Work. HAWLFY 4 CKCSKB."

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

Where the money Goes. i —. »»' "Mr. Swipe8x,jwoi.'t you split up a little wood and go and borrow a brass kettle before you go up town?" J "What in thunder do ^ you want me to do that far?" j "'Cause I warrt to preserve some cherries todHy."' "'' j "Cherries?"! "Yes, Cherries." ' i . - • "That's just like you Mrs. Swipes. You're always spluttering and. tooling around with some nonesense like this." "Nonesense-pwell, I guess you like preserves as well as anybody;" j "I don't ei»Nlier." '"If you wasn't too lazy $p split tlie wood ycu'd like them."N ¦ '¦] ' ' \\ "Mrs. Swipejs, now do be sensible. You know this preserving business costs money for sugar, iruit, cans, wai, firewood,|and the deuce knows iwhat all. Bui some way or other you never do thjnk about expense, for you're always buying ribbons, ruffles, and flummadicldles; but when I want anything, such as an easy chair to rest my weary bones', in—oh, no, I can't have it, because you've spent ail the money for duds to put on...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

M. & W. T. DICRERMAN'S - ./jpranpiTv ¦¦y^'Vv'-^ itoiiBEioois 1 : '-- ¦ ! •-'•.! .-"-¦-¦'.':¦ : ;V"' - • '. :•¦-: :. !v • j',:; .-.- •¦¦ ; . '- ._;-; '. New IWIStord, Pa, r ' i . ¦ . - - ¦ - n • - • - -. - '¦' • ' •* - •'¦;¦ '. '. '" • I ¦ ' . '''-: - '•¦"'' : Can bo founa the largest and best at-: : sortment of Furniture tonsiBting of : . i PABLOB/'. CHAMBEB, DINING.: : BOOM, AND HALL : J : FUBNITUBE, ' • v .''.I-: to be found in the County, all new : : and of the latent patterns, ; ':'-¦ I ' . " > ¦''' [ ¦;¦ ¦ {. ¦ . ¦¦ -:¦-. : and will be Bold Very cheap for CASH. All goods warranted as represented. • - "A. & W. T. DICKERMAN. ! .- jPeb. 16, lS76.-km. -lJ . ! l_ -:.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

JPOR 1876. JOB PRINTING , A SPECIALTY. With our four presses, a large assortment of plain-and fancy job type, borders, inks, papers, cards, etc., and experienced workmen, we are prepared to do All Kinds of Job Work at j the LOWEST PRICES. Promptly upon receipt of order, (by mail or otherwise,) ! we can furnish ¦ .• . Wedding Invitations, • Envelopes, BilljHeads, Stattiments, Note Heads, 3ox Labels, ^ihow Cards, Admission Tickets, Ball Tickets, Law Blanks, Auction Bills, Large Posters, Small Posters, ' I Bottle Labitls, Calling Cards, Address. Cards, Business Cards, Invitation Cards, Ptlmphlets, Business Circulars, Wrappers, Tags, Dancing Programmes, etc., etc. HAWLEY & CRUSER, May 10. Democrat Office.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

T ' HE PROPRIETOR OF TAVLOR'S FAMILY MEDICINES m^tst be gaining renewed confidence in the Specifics which he prepared. A'l the articles of Materia Medica wltichhe nowoffisrs lorsale.ison'theprlncipalof NO CURE NO PAY.i Foremost «»monirthese valuablearticies, is TAYLOR'S OBLEBKATED «>IL, lor Pain, Ldmeness, Wounds or t-ores. in Man or Bean. ft'aylor's Condition Powders lor Horses Cattle, HOfj!1, Sh3ep and Poultry. ^or renovuti gjthe blood and system, of all kinds of Stock in the Sprlpg, nothing can be better. S'ayior's Cough Syrnp for all throat or lung diseases, y ene trying tt will be convir ced of its merits. He nlfo manai4cture8 the celebrated Indian Vegetable.sticking Salve, which ean be obtained of any 01 hid agents jA. B. Burns. M.A.Lyon, and I. N. Bollard, are agents for Montrose. . l\uy one bnyini any of the above named articles and not being satisfied, can return the empty bottle or package and get their! money back, [march 29,'76.] J^ NEW irEAM MILL. PIASTER, FEED...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

THE WEALTH OF BRAZIL ¦ —r* All intelligent travelers who have visited Brazil speak in.the most... glowihe terms ot the country. Professor Agas'siz regarded it as the most productive ctcd interesting country, on the globe, and the one in which it is the easiest to obtain a livelihood. Some who have sailed up the Amazon declare that a vessel can be loaded with Brazil nuts at an expense of only a few cents per bushel. These constitute a valu able article of commerce, while the oil extracted from them is ^ery .desirable. All the tropical-fruits are produced in Brazil almost without cultivation.. Thej soil in many parts of the country will produce tweniy successive crops of cotton, tobacco, or'sugar cane, without the application of manure. No country in the world approaches the land ot Dom Pedro in tne variety of itgj forest productions. Professor Agassiz stated that he saw 117 different kinds of valuable woods that were cut from a piece of land not half a mile square. They rep...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

LOVER AND HUSBAND I Perhaps there* is no more painful time in a woman's life than the time of transition, when the assiduous lover is passing into the matterof-fact husband, and the wooer is gradually changing into the matter.N Women, who are so much more sensitive than men, more sentimental, too, and less content to trust in silence to an undemonstrative affection, are for the most part happy only while they are being tnade loye to li is- not enough to be loved ; they want to be' told twenty times a day, and to have the harmonies of lite enriched by a crowd of "occasipnal notes," embroidering the solid substance by which they live. j ^Men, on the: contrary, get tired of making love. When they have wooed and won, tlbey are content to bej quiet, and to take all thejreet for granted. Thjey aire not cold, however; because they are secure!; and to most—and those the best—practical kindness ij better than jflat tery, security ranks before excitement and hys teria, and life passed...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

THE 4rAVE OF CHARLES DICKENS. i —'¦*¦* ——. Grace Green wood, the celebrated American authoress, writes t ms to New York from London : \\ _ ' |t - . ' -, . Westminster A)bey is the first shrine towards which all good Americans wend their pious Way. I found it little changed from the time of my first visit. What is a quarter of a century to the M Hhuselah of ministers ? ; We sought it in a right worshipful spirit}and true and tender reverence, which proved that trans planting had tailed to kill the old English; root of sentiment—thut "many waters cannot quench love." Ccmtngback to the temples ot our fathers, faith, o the ancient monuments of our glorious dead, ooking into the solemn arches still dim with the morning twilight ot our histo ry| we felt like so many "lost sheep'of the house of Israel" r .'turned to the old fold. After'[attending service, which surely did not lesson Our reverential feeling,we walked directly to the Poet's Corner, and in a brief moment were standing o...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

THE {CULTIVATION OP SYMPATHY - - I — — , ' Sympathy is an especial characteristic Of wpmenj, and its j effect upon the human heart may b$ compared to the action ofc light upon the optic rierve ;|it transfers the ^ picture from withoujt and seatfc it in the soul. By exciting all the jfeehngs pj-oper to thie suffering object ^ itv gives itis the1 mist perfect conception of his misery ; causes us almost to forget,our own situation^ and fancy ourselves the suflerers.— Though it is probable this principle is no other than a modification of self-love, yet. as its effects are instantaneous, and habit reduces it to a kind jof secondary instinct, experience justifies us in the distinction'between this source of benevolence and that which is an act of reason gfoundjed oh anjn principle. ,» ! - Sympathy is not improperly termed a moral taste, arid, like taste in the fineart^ will admit of improvement jby reason and cultivation.— The sense of danger, frequently experienced, strengthens ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

a® (SMEW&M®@ &W*A I ¦¦ •-• '['¦ • ' •':! . '• . ! ' :••• . ¦ -:k "-,;- -:,-v.t;:;;,,i" ;.; :• i.-"..!,.::;,-^,.:;¦:.::;::• ¦¦¦ 1 :eixx«ia»rtrton. int. tt ! ¦'-.' ¦''. ¦::y:---: \- ":'\ '.' .'.."¦.'[' ' "'¦'; ¦¦'\-;:-^,;'. ^l '.'-'" ''-....¦•'!'. ..' - •' ¦ i ..-..'.- ;.. :.-.'¦ ..".".. ¦ ¦ - .?( ¦ Theattention|of the readers of the Iikkocbat, is called to the fact thati .¦'' " : ".'.' . i" "'i| ¦ '"'. ''"' •' ¦ ¦¦'!"¦" "r '"¦¦' '"¦' •"¦'• ¦;''.'•¦-''"¦' '¦' ' ' 'I R*asl is tta in eite i F«IIT1E of all M, | ¦ i- ¦ \ ¦ i ..- - : v ¦¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ . ¦ % - ¦; . \. i - '¦¦*¦'. ¦ ' " - ' ': i-• ' L- .{¦•'.'. ¦ .'. :¦¦;¦•• ¦" •'•"¦ ! j ^at the above najmed place, and also to the fact that goolsbonght in this way j; j - . will prove satisfactory because, i-J THEt CiN BE BOUGHT GHEiP WHEN CfcSH IS OFFERED. •;¦ ..;¦ ¦ .- ¦ ¦! .j| ¦ .; ... : . ¦ ¦ ,. " ¦ ¦ . j The long continued depression in business circles call for caah transactrons by manufacturers, and Roods 1: bought close for...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

i :- i ¦ . ¦ • ¦ • : . . • s -U; ! ;. 18781 F~ % I H. & W. j T. DICKERMAN, HAVE A PULL ASSORTMENT OP si»rtiNX2- xyJFL^sr c*oo;djs, just Received From New fork City! Y • ' ClOIHINM^^ ^ ¦ ¦ <.!¦¦: I ' —!. ¦",' • ..! } 33 O O T 3| -A 1ST T> | S H O 3SS S IVTE MAKE A SPECIALTY, '.\ \ Which will be sold as CHEAP as any fair and honorable competition will wan ant/ ' 'I ' ^,- ' '' -m^- Oijlx' Term* *a.-»»o Oetmlx. Conseqneiitly we have no bad debts.to make up for in the wayjpf extra percentage. Our expenses are light, and Our Motto, CHEAP t CHEAP 1 tyPUase call and Fee us, and decide for yourselves in regard to Goods and Prices. We also have the agency for MK.. Dkmo^x's Rar^ P.xx.aK8. r & ^ ^ DICKERMAN. New MHford, MaylO. 18TO.—tf '____ ii ¦ ii

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

. ' ¦ ,...--. — . ,——-— <m — - —n , QREAT EXCITEMENT ! IN MONTROS-jg j' . ' . " AT'THE | . ' .:.!',' Ne^ Store aJidllifew Firm OP WEEKSj MELfrtriSH & GO. ; The Largest Stock of DRY GOODS, i ILTER:WARE< mmm^fm, watches and jewelry, Hata and caps, Boots Kept in Northern Pennsylvania, AOUcSL 81X000* And at the Lowest Prices. - - r j . / - at pr'ccs lower than ever known before in Susqueban-\ HTADl r /"M I "ff" I C D \f na County. Not excepting prices before the war. I I AULt vU I LCnT) * POCKET KNIVES, POCKET BOOKS, NO BEHIENENTS! . . ; , VIOLINS, STRINGS, 4c,-*c. Everything New and Freih at Popular ¦ .. Price*, Watches, Jewelry, &o., repaired by 3(500 yards of best prints In market, sold during the past __ __ ^i.-mn^. ¦„ '- " , ' two weeks, at 8 pu.ee per yard, awl ttilltheie is more ««^» *# TVf .1*1 T ¦ Ja.u HBtjEL * ': iollow..- ; ,. i- -: j . - * .. '_ -'..-'... Don't be deceived by others in trade who represent Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler,- suc...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

PURNITURE. ! ' I i j i At W. W.Smithfe Son's BxtensivePurnitureWar jroom you willflnd thelargest - atockoi •'.. ¦- FIEST CLASS Al^D CJOMMOIr* ^XT3R.Nr X -rXJOFLB ¦ ¦• ' ; • -j To be found In this section of the country, of his owa manufacture, and at prices that cannqt laU to give satis faction. They make the very beet j EXTENSION TpLBLEfe in the Country, and WARHAlhuhem. '. —— [l ¦ ' XJ j£> lx o 1 m t o *• ar '."pKT oris, i -'."-' Of all k'nds done xn the neatfft manner. -'••.'- -j.;-;:] .; ..'A:-..-.! &ie» «.x;3»-o-^vatiaaap.s.L;- OF VARIOUS KIND$. I ' ' ':-'- ;¦:-¦ -.'NP ¦'• -i'.. L'UKE XO.l MATBASSI^, > AND COMMON J|ATIU!SSES ONDlr^A^ Tbo subscriber win hereafter makettu, ndertaKlng a apeciaiw in his buaineBs.. Hayiagjutt completed a XEW and the meat elegant HEAESS in the State.all needing his services wiu be attended to promptlyand irt gatlefactorychargei. = I ww. w. sratH & $09.:-.» Mdntrose.Pa..J»n, 81.1ft7«.—noU-ftf. ,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

MUNTBOSE STEAM MILL.—^ i ' ' ' -: . •-••;' * • OATS FOB SALE BY THE LQAD at the; STEAM MILL. " -::r • ¦-' '¦¦' ^—r:-^ ¦ -':•:- ¦¦ FBESk GBOTJND CrBAHAM FLOim forealeatthe STEAM MILL. Any quantity of MEAL & FEED of tkw best quality, at the STEAM MIH. FINE WHEAT MIDDLINGS at the J\".-_- _--•_ -_-",-_ ¦ STEAM MILL. WHEAT BRAN for sale at the :-/'^";;STEAM,.MILfc, WHEAT Fi^TIR7iilisH?0B0irND, .>'-.^'' ¦¦ -, /-rat'the'-STEA^-MILE-- .. OLD} WESTEBlMOBN fbr wtriag On accounIt of flie¦>poor qnality-of new coru,it iu necessary to secure good oZi cern for eefed^OO btiiatthe Sl^BAM MILU , - ,'":i% iaiir 3&!:>i>;eK»4t -'iv-r -^v^.-.^*^.}!^; ^itf' "::". ,'¦':¦'::.":'"..'3f5a«'iB-*a*U l i'^-iWsi»l.\i-»^>ii. - -- ^¦"¦¦'¦\-\'y*-,;'"- - ^~r ¦-' /'' Anylhiog you can think of, you will fin«V at the STEAM MILL MentroMsAprU 19,1870,-tf.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

1 ¦ , - THE SABBATH. §mt i^amg. *- • m-~~" - Fresh jrlides the brook that blows Ihe gale, Yet yonder"|balt3 the quiet mill; i The Vbirlingwheel, the rushing sail, How motionless and still! Six days of toil, poor) child 6i Cain, Thy strength the slave|of jwanf may be; The seventh thy limbs escape the chain—A God hath maMe thee free f " Ah, tender was therlaw that gave, ; This holy respite to th^ breast, •' To breathe the gale, to watch the win:l, And know the wheel may! rest! But where the waves the gentlest glide, What image charms to light thine eyes I The spire reflected on the tide ' Invites thee to the skies. To teach the soul its noble&i worth, ; The rest from mortal toils! is gifen ; j Go snatch the brief reprieve from earth, ' : And pass—a guest to Heavery They tell thee, in their dreaming school. Of power from old dominion hurled, When rich and poor, with j.uster rule, Saall share the altered world. Alas ! since time itself began! | That fable hath but fool...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

MODERN CONVERSATION. To listen to Ibe conversationf if by such a name it can indeed be dignified, of the young people of the day is, to any .one who has been accidentally absent from London for even one' season, to listen to an unknown tongue. . Ordinary English is almost entirely eschewed by'these young persons, who discourse in a jerky and disjointed manner in an argot of their own, compounded apparently of contrU butions from the turf, the stable and the vocabulary of the street, Arabs interspersed with' ejaculations from Punch and j telling morcwux Irom tropical songs Jn broad burlesques^ You ,may listen If you chrjose ; but i| you fail ia= the shibboleth you will find yourself calmly ignored and left to comprehend or notj as the case may be. But it is not only the manner," it is also the • matter of the discourse, that is somewhat appalling to a reflective mind. _ Disregard of tue refinements of the English language and contempt for the commonest restrictions of grammar a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

: TVi:A.3gL3F8LXiA.<3r3EinSI» _! , . r j . ~— .,..-. WtsLCH—Spuague—In Clifford, June 11th, by T. J. Wells, J. P., Parley E. Welch to Arthaha E, Spraeue, both'ot Gle|enwoodi-Pa. ; Sprout— Wilson—Orf Wednesday morning, June 14th, at ithe residence off the bride's pa-, rents, by the Rev. Dr. Ctiesshire, i(Ir. Lewis II. Sprout and Miss Mary 0. Wilson, all of Montrose. I ';" ' * " "'¦ : J' .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

" " ¦ qO^-A-TaCiS. ' . "- Reynolds—In HopbottomjMay 17th, Hiram Reynolds, aged about 50 yfarsl He leaves a wife, andj several children and has gone to-rest in Jesus j - Reynolds-4-Iu Brooklyn, jJune 6th,. Albert G. Reynolds, aged 59 years. !'

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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