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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

FABM fob}; SALE. ; . ;~;;";; "' '.- "-: 2 " " i -' '• ¦ - ••• "-'.';7 ¦•-•"'":• The subscriber offers'his farm for sale, situate in Forest Lake, containing 65 acres 60 improTed. Will keep twelve cows, and a tean. Well watered, la alao a good grain farm, I Has a nice young orchard. Terms will be made easy.! For farther partlcnlars enquire or address, ; 4 . ¦<. AAROR REYNOLDS ^ - •:. .'-:•; \yy .-X'|":;.r:or:S.;:B,Bpfil0B9^ : y Feb. 15,-'T6.-tf:t':r;;;:;'':1.;"'-.''": Montrose,Pa, B '"; ILLIARI&O^^ C] •' BilUard (mtJ^4p4l^?. cb^p:^ *w^f toWeVvvijh;'fl* necessary;iftxtnP6si^Addre8|j ; ? B. 'Bi'WAfwBXi^^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

nOBREQTION! . Rumor has It that bavin? been elected Coantv Treasurer for the ensuthg three years, I am to drsconuane iny Insurance bnslhesr Said RUMOR is UNTRUE, and without foundation, and while thanking you for kindness, and appreciation of good Insurance tn the p.-ut, I ask a continuance of your patronage, promising that all business entrusted to me shall.be promptly attended to. My Companies are all sound and reliable, as all cut testify woo have met with losses during the past ten years at my Agency. Read the List I '..-.-North British and McrcanUIe, Capital, $10,000,000 Queens of London. :""¦.-.- -9,000,000 Old Franklin, Philadelphia, AsseU,' ' ' « S/jOO,OIK> Old Continental, N.Y^ " nearly 8,000,00© Old Phcenlx of Hartford, " , ," 2,000,009 Old Hanover, N.Y., ;. - u 1,600,000 Old Farmers, York, i , . ,;•.:/* 1.060,000 I also represent the Xew York Mutual Life Ins ranee of over 80 ye&rs standing, and assets over $30,000,000.— Also, the Masonic Mutual Benefit As...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

';'W$^ 1 v.^AUf^ii^^f^ramTcMwiil be:'prompt:v->.'¦>•;:"ied-I to, flatrsfecdoTfguaranteed; " ¦'':'¦ *; j r---:-yy.-.- ':•:=• -..;¦. ¦ -. .:P.-*:B;M.»vrnfu>vjt. l ;;Friettd<vtltet;P^April 1, Vtoi. ..j ''m I 3'Lt.KlN^S^OF: #tmm y *4: n' j ifm*! >¦;, ~'fX?yyym -'v^wmuq

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

N r Continued fr^m First Page.\ "That will do," I said, holding the sheet, covered with Jack's tiekt handwriting at arm's length. "Concise; tto. the pjnnt; not - too tpoony; slightly formal; but under the circumgtattec belter so?' j ' j. ' jack folded the letter and addressed it • and With serious misgivings at my heart j ^ hicu I dared hot express 1 walked1 with him to the; postofflce, and saw him drop tue missive in. to 4he box. ' We did nothing all dav but lounge •bout the house and garden, waiting anxiously, until the postman Would bring the letters In the evening' At length the Weary day parsed and the letter carrier arrived; and sure; enough thereM was, a little pink note, addressed to John Ferrars, Esq. My liearf. beat 8>a quickly as if it w^retmy own? happiness that - was<at stake.as Jack broke the seal. :T looked over his suokter and what we both saw was. .....-', •;...-, ...$.--•-...' tV: : ; . ; \ Wednesday Afternoon.; Dear Mr; Ferrara—I except the' grea...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

A",! ;";.':.\ ." .' .,X/\: '¦ y y H.; &, WJ %. DiCKERMAM^S '.;' '^ .- -KTisixrtr -.:'.- ,.\i:yy iumiMe MA ¦ [""'.arejw Mriord* Pa-, y\\\ : Can be found the largest anid best 4»-l: ¦ '"'": sortmenti of Furniture tonalstinafofjj ; T : PARLOR, CHAMBER, DlNINajl .'.' : ROOM, AND HALL ;; ,; _._,*: :' ,;.. •(-,FURNITURE, .. : U •• ; ., " ¦ I ; ': to be found In the County, all new,: ' ¦ . " : •'. and;of tbe late, t patterns,. .;_ -j:- ; -; .; and will be soldi very cheap ifor, CASH. ,\All, goods , warranted as repijesented., \; j / f -' " ] '';'."'..'•'.v ? ';;|a'&'WvT.;DiCKE^MAN..7; - t'\ - Feb."IB?ISM.—4m.' -' " '•'"! f A "'•-.. • ¦ ^ ljffiHANSX)CK:- •..,' . ¦ ;,;' ; ;•:;; MAR ^ BURNS ^WHJTE, ilaiiufactnrers of and Dealers in ITALIAN & AMERItUN MARBLE, 1IARBLB AND 8La.TE MANTLE^. SCOTCIt &| AMERICAN GRANITE | A Specialty. 0?"Cemetery Lots Enclosed.!^ P.C.BUR»S, j - /- -' - Gib. WIIITl Tunkhannock.;Pa. Jan. 19, 1870.—ly .; '¦ 'CpOR 18T6, ,- .; JOB PR...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

-i • ¦' -:'--'---[[ I"''',';'-.':: .'..'' .'¦¦ _^A/J_, ,;; -'.,:.;"'-:;' wrl'-l;- .-¦'..-:¦.. V-.-; Z:''.. -Xl-'^X.i ¦r—-0—<'::.":X-:-/i' ¦.'¦'.'* ' tiffl ' '^'' [ ' !^:^^x^::-;4-^z\x±^*—-^^ xx-yy ., ,:.yx: , ¦ ^fe^^^ " ' ;¦!.ir>'X'x! 1 % ' ,;- ,.STATIOKE^Y, Mi. , ;, ¦?> ,;.....-.., In the i't.JEi^EMiBii^C Bend, Pa. ' i ' ¦ ', -, ',• i. - ¦ t1 i •¦ ' ..;¦. '_ /¦•¦ .¦: ''¦:;:,'' '¦ ¦ ¦' < ; /-. ' . ' ¦''.' i.'.> : . '¦ ¦ ' it ''':-.••¦. ¦' • > ¦ ¦ ] i^All goodsibojaght with care?a;nd jfor1 ca?h only. \.\ Atvjmnienae line ef Bar-Sa i^uJ^^teL of a^ and New York, «*W'el'<»m(»w..to::b9tii:ald:afid;newica^to^ • :.: -¦- \Xxi,. ¦',: X I. '¦¦¦'>' "•' ' * ;-GEOr h.IiENHEIM. • Great Bepd, M, 10th. 1876. • : ' \yX' ! ; . ' ^ His New Storp-) • ¦-"'-:•' ¦''!' !-i ' - ' • —-;-"' r: '-^— —-,—'—'—: : r——AKD

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

;: , tPiy3: ^^ } MATHUSHEK CHtCKERINS ".,';;'. '!¦;¦:•'' ! j'-': ""'!' \V 'i.' ',,'""¦';". '•';'' '•' '"'.'; ";'' ": !' ;' "' ' "' ,'/ ; "" '. '" ^^^^jBPBBaenfflF^^ NEW GOODS !cySTANTLYARlMVlNG.:&eprget W & Go's f •"' ' ' ',4—— '• ' -; "3V" ^iJST^-ST db cosm, GREAT ¦ BB^JPTIQPI IN PRICES i , ' A]vD 0THER ORGANS. TUis1 Spring.- .^' lL_ j. F. BRONSCN, AG'T, ¦ ¦^»~Uw.' ¦ .-;¦{] ' : ' ' jfyXi • ' WHOLESALE j AND RETAIL. j ^^^^E^f '••"' xW&SZ ZS ¦ : ' MIIS!,CAt-MERCHAWD*^ 'y-\^& jg£S\-l - /***¦*¦ — Of all Descriptions. ;\AJFINi|ASSORTMENT. ; SHEET MUSIO, INSTRUCTION BOOKS, . . , , '..yt ¦ •. •¦ •' - -¦?,-- :-': ¦¦ •-;...;¦ .etc, etc., etc.: W-Watches, Clotks, and Fine Jewelry re-jg n..,^ \m.A„u MANTROSF Pa. paired ok abort notice and. warranted. Brick Block, - MOMTBOSE.Pa. : Fine Engraving done. Y March 22d, 1876. ;. ,;.Y-.-M: '- ' ¦¦ ' •. s "; .", ' - - ¦ ¦'¦¦ - y ¦¦¦;¦ -\ '. ¦ ¦ ¦ ;¦' '¦ ¦ ¦ ¦;,.¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

1854, XI ,-•:. ", XX 'yX X:X-'-;y-X-: X , ww,-jFacts Better Tlian Fiction! THE PftililiR DRY GutxilNBlJifev, RPPNBATJM & GG., w %mpi's«s«s?s.t*^^fa^&&i^^iss±%££&$ cashat tno most favdrttble rate*, prices being so tempting that »e^?M**fvl< ?r tlum nmu' *UQ,m ' Auction Sales. We ,vUl, tan and shall sell ttem at astonishingly tow figur,es. . f '''"'".!';. V '-.-''- -J ¦* -'•: *' "''. '- .''1 •' •'¦ ¦ "•¦' ¦'"- ¦ ' ':¦ .;'','¦ ¦ - 11 OUR STOVE COMPRISES M USUAL, y,y '-'''. Y Y'i '¦! ..- ; f ¦ ¦ ¦ -.- '?'' l ' ¦ "¦ ; ¦ -• • .-.•'.'!.-!. •*,'.':; '¦;,'.!:-:¦'. . DRY GOODSI CARPETS, iil^OTBY.""^^ m ! m®' GENTS' ETJRN1SHING GOODS, ; ¦ X-.,-±.:'yxXy.yX^ IyE -.-.y: ;,-\\. ,..;:W-" .--v. ;i^j e;;»;«aL:y - ^^;^^;^) ^^: .%^:^^ S ; ! '', \ W&r'bTOmttuh&nrem^ 1 ; ; l.:i"v^'.\y X: :J_y HATS^OAPSr&O., &6. -;. ¦ Flue lotbf Cloths, Cassimewaad :^«^ teed Only reliable goods sold that will bear ireepmmendatfon. - Pricitlfe' furnish...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

I: A ¦¦"¦¦v-; Xy l"\y'X •;¦.;;'Ay6oiESALE;i.EA'LEiv?N:';^;Y ;.y;'y!-' •' ¦ BRONZE LAJM^ OPAL LAMPS^ ' i BURN^S^WICICS/SBADES, SHA^^^^^ ;'-"" ' ""/¦'I-'Y'-Jv ;.. ¦¦"; ./'. X.yy'i - '¦'!.-'V'"'-..'.y"'-'- -y' X-.; ¦ ..'.¦¦.".;¦:.¦:¦';"•-. 's ¦ - ¦" -"• ;;¦; ":;:y-;;- \ y ;' , SPECIAL; .INDUCEMENTS. 'IN.;; ;;.; :^-y-y;X- • ¦:.'"¦'': -':. '^is^'-'iiANCFAcrbSEn^op';;. --;:y:: ¦'¦•'/. : «: V-:;' '*'Y yy-i ,-y:" >.,:¦ y-yy-y- -. 'Y' - ¦ y.yx-y yyy yy i -^Y. ' •; • ?-" ¦•!x?iiiMl--'t:AJi*& ¦'& Prices Guaranteed as Low as aity House in Southern $fao York. i I ' Address) by Mall »?rompUy AUendrd To. March at. WS. j^fc^J MlBf^J*-

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

_— - .I ' ' ' i OEST JOB PRINTING AT THE IXW E*>T RATEg 1 I " ' %'l ' ,•. '¦' " In Wd are continually adding new material to onr office, and witb our / Large Stock of JOB TYPE and FOUR PrintU.B Ptmsm we D.>& Ocmeps"011 I -. ' ' ¦ •' ' '.. / - ' 1 l . , • » 4 ,,« Beta la. Price and quality, either la Plal» Blsck ir Colored Work. . HAWlKY *cB°s

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

A DAY-'OF-SUMMER BEAUTY, v. *« - .. '-. lome §iitifayX' Out in the golden suvhmer airY Amid the purple" heather, ....(¦'. ;'. • i-; A woman sat with drooping head, .. And bands close knit together ; ' • Never a bitter, word sjie said, ., '"¦•.; Though all her life linked cold'and dead Cold in the glowiutr haze that-lay Y--.',. Oyer Ihe fair green earth that day, . That day .of .summer beauty. Far, far away;, where leafy woods Touched the sky, cloud-'riven? A thousand birds rang out life's bliss , In jubilee to heaven I How could the poor, "tiijlj withered throat Carol echoes to each soft note ? ' Every soul must pay life's cost,-?-s. Her deepest silence .praised God most, That day' of summer beaiity. . Too dulled her soul, too wirn to feel Summer delight acutely f While earth Was praising God aloud Her patience praised him finitely. Her narrow life of thought and care Notlitewliye, but life tojbcar;,; Contented that her sojul was sad, M While all God's ^ soulle'ss things w...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

GOOD ADVICE Kate Thorn gives the following good advice about ^How to travel." In the first place, know where you are going and; howyou are gp:ng.Y ; ; ] YApd if you know what yOu are going for, it will l^ qu)te as well. ; v , . , ' Dress .well, for ion j^our dress depends in a great nVasure the; freatment you will receive q.u your journey. {The world at large has never learned indiscriminate between the deserving and the undeserving in any other way than by appearance, and it j you; would be treated witii courtesy and attention,; wear good clothes. Not gaudy or showy ohes, but .something'.of a material which looks;well, and whicli will not be ruined by rain, or!| dust, or dampness. Avoid all trailing skirts for men to wipe their feet-ofr, and trimmings of Hinges arid laces to catch on other peoplesbuttons and parasol handles, , Dress warm enough to save you from the necessity of carryiug[jmore than one extra wrap, for bundles are a.riuisance on a journey; particularly a long...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

POINTED PARAGRAPHS A defeat suffered gracefully is half Victory, y . Everybody-laughsat a, nionkeyj-but nobody respects him..... ¦ ;: -'.-,-. ,;.-.-•¦:•' YYY . ¦' - ,'' Thejbotiom round or"a _ladper is safer than tlie top one. ;..:-',- •;. -.- - ;Y/-* ¦ •' ,- ¦ .; '.'.--..-¦ ';;••• ')';; It is; tough to be poor, but to be ashamed ;ot it-is putting salt on; to a sore... - >: We are all of us poor justas we want more, abd>icb:as we Wani less/ ":!' ¦ -; / ,'•'"• \ The road toruinr is. altvaya kept in good order, atidithose who] travel..it pay the expenses. If njen of brains, were Mil ways men of honor, the w<j(rid would bio coirVparatively safe." The morfe a man; or woman knows the less they gossip i; abbot their neighbors.. Culture kills tab.1''j;V'.Y ; /\ ;..",.;-.;¦_; .. I , ..... . j.-After all said ami done, if the^e wasn't anything but lambs in; Jthis worldj life and mutton would be a great drug. /.'..' . ; Y I haye seldom knowfr any one who deserted th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

i;t:;#il#lW;fi£i:^ y'yy.. Taeatte^tio^ of the readers ot tl> »} I»K«ooaiLT, ''U'caEed to ttb^:^Y*>>**;'"'•-;.¦.• ;¦/•;¦'•.¦''.'''' R*if ^ii^.: Kittiilt . .... ».y y :.-'•;';..'.* >•'-¦ '¦'• "-"'''".'• ; r''1 ' .; at the aboye named place, ana also to the fact that goo la bought In this way ' • . I ; ¦ i..' ;'.; , will prove. saUsfactory becaose, ; \:. .-., •' ;,.;^ .-:,i/.Y-,: ;'¦'••¦-¦ TBEt CW Bf]ipT^ The loup continaed depression in business circles call for-cash, transactions, :by manufactarers. and MpcV bought clo!>e for cash can be. sold at low prices, . To satisfy yourselves of this fact, when at Blnghamton, call Mid examiue the general etoclc of Furniture and prices at 16 Chenango (street. '¦'''- ¦•' f May 31,1*6. j | AVERY CROUNSEi

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

ii i i ii—— 'li ii " ' 'n I n ' ;t ' ^P. ¦¦'¦'" I ¦¦:'¦¦, '41!@^^t -.oo ^i; ¦¦' ¦"'" '¦' 11; ' : ^™*] •¥,S , y}\ ; ¦: : -•' - '''I ^ j HAVE A YULL ASSORTSfENT OF SP-Ril^a-- ip-ESLY ; ftpOlJ JS . I Just Received from New York City! piiiiW <O ^PS" , ^AT^I ES Et > *rl;3, -- ^* > SHO 5 ¦ ; ]: ..j WB MAKE A, SPECIALTY, -..- "'.'•'-*•- Which will be sold as GHEAP as &nv fair and honorable competition will warrant. '..iotur Teym» are 0«,e»la.. Consequently we JAwk no bad debts to make up for in the way of " extra pbrcentage. Onr expenses are light, and X Out Motto, CHEAP ! CHEAP 1 ../. ¦"'. ¦'¦; ¦ . ¦ •.'• i . '. ¦ ¦ - ;,, i ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ' . - .'"Y'' ; : ¦ ¦ «r*Please call and see us, aind decide for yourselves in regard to Ooods and Prices. We also hare the . agency for Mto-DzKOBBS^H^BL^T^ass. ; H..& W. T. DICKERMAN. ' Hew Mllford, May 10. 1876.-tf' "; '' :-' "¦" ¦ "' i i i i ¦¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦ j - , - ¦ ¦ —,—.—" .- ¦ — ¦¦—..- QREAT EX^ITJIMENT IN MONTROSg -..-..••:• ; -,';'! -'_ ..AT the ..;. y'.'•.:" .¦I Neiv Store and New Firm ''. ¦ : ' i :'l ¦'!' ' y. V,"- of ' -.--. - '• -yy-yy v ¦ | The Largest Stock of DRY GOODS, SILVER iWAKR aatfl andoifps, Eioot» Kept In Northern Pennsylvania, 4 • a,xxc3. SXloeSt And at the Lowest Prices. at pr'ces lower than ever kno\vn before in Susquehan- ' TADI C V»IITI CDV naCounty. Not excepting prices before the war.; I AOLC UM I LCriT_ I j POCKBTKNiyEiPOckE^ L --. :y NOBEMENENTS! j . VIOLINS; STBHSQ8, Ac, Ac. :' Everytlilng Wew »ntf Fre»li at Popular •<. - - . ' • Y i,.* Watches, jewelry, j.&c.^repaired oy. 3600 yard!sorj»eat prints in market, solddnrlngthepast _ -¦ ¦•nir'-BSTi*rTTrr««'r*- two weeks, at 6 pitce per yard, and still there is more • .ST* i* JmX. ri ¦ tTrit> *J A»*tt .follow;.. -.. :.-¦ - !¦ ..'¦':.¦:¦¦¦¦ -" ¦¦, '<' '-'>; ¦: -.:.- >¦' ¦¦ y ¦¦¦ ¦¦;'•'¦•¦ ..--.-v.; ;Y .-- Y? ¦ Don't...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦ .... . . ' ':''— ' . ' ¦ ' < y.— !. '. ' ' , "' pijRNiTUEE..:: 'j';.., X '...xXy itW,f, SriitH ^ Mod* KxteriBlveFurnitureWarsrdom yon wiDflndthelargest •'•"'- /-etockof,.'"; EIEST CLASS And COMMOF JB*TJJEl^* i-TtJ'R.Ef; To be found in this soctibn'of the country, of his own. manufacture, snd at prices that cannot latl toglveaatls "faction.' They make tbe very best EXTENSION TABLED; Inthe Country^ and WABBA>TT them. , upnox•M't.o*• ar ;'ykr o jm*.' Of>nk'udedoheintbe;ne»tP«tmain^ "Z1 \ /'^''^-:^x^: ^^-:m:J9-mSy yyr.¦:¦'¦¦•¦>. : ^F,yA^^^Jj8, ^^f;Y'Y'-•Y';Y:¦;¦.>i., PUEE NO.l HATKASSESi ¦ .';; X; mp OOMMdif MATEASSE^; ij n d e i^i akin a ' The subscriber will hereafter make to., ndertakins: a specialty in hie business. HayiagJum completed a SEW and the me ft elegant H£ABi£ in ihe State, all needing bU servieea vrlu be attended to promptlyand at iatta&ctorycharges, ^ WM. W. SMITH & SOW. MoatroBe.P*-. Jan. 8*»iW^~soft—tf.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

MONTBOSE/y::•¦ ;.'; V: y| ^.V' STEAMS OATS EOR SALS BY THE IiOAD at the;;;. ,.;;;:'r; ;;';'¦- ;'^TEAM;. MXLh. ¦ FRESH GROtJNFGEAlf AM tiWU% for sale ftt the STEASiMILL. Any quantity^f MEAL & PEED of the best quality, at the; STEAM' MIIJL piNE WHEATiStlDDLINQS at the >¦ ¦"J ':>-Y';y_ <X ;STEAM|MIL|. ¦ WHEAT3RAN; for sale^at the y; :M:<y^x^^yxmEA^mLi l. - WHEATI Elim^SESH QROimiV ' yy ,: ..: yat the STEAM^MILL. - ' -Qib: ;^&T^^ On account of -the poor quality of new coro,ife w neceaaarirto secure gobil old corn \$k^imii$i0M '. • . '¦¦¦¦¦"¦'/¦'¦¦ Y' '•'.'-!' '.'••'' . - ¦'-;;'•'':'..'. ' .-'.-» • AnythiDK you cah^hink of, ydn will ftnA at the STMM MILL Aloa' jow ,AliU J», 1S1J.-X

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

JSWEBTNESS OUT OF FOULNESS. i ','": . .: ».*^_i. ....".. ¦ .'¦ r Why "do we waste the!d ilicious.odors off our flowers? No doubt it is simpjly through our ignorance. "The kclies would say :. "5ho,w us hoW to improve the. essence of a rose ^ or fasten down, the odor of a heliotrope, or confine ithe perfume of, an orange blossom."/ ' Thc^way is^very simple, iind strange to say, the fetters of'these light airsl are of the grossest kind—puiified fat. Mr. Piesse tells us that the method of obtaining scented iponmdes is the easiest thing possible. If there is such a thing as a clean glue-pot in the house, thjow into it a little of this purified fat, warmed sufficiently, on, the fire to make it liquid, and; throw, intS it as many heliotrope flowers),as 'possible • let these (remain for twent3'-four'hours, then strain off the fat and add fresh flowers to it; repeat this process for a week, and theresult wil\ be pmade a la heliotrope, and such, Mr. iPiesse says, as cannot be got for ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦ ¦ ¦» '¦'] \ NEWSPAPERS. , i .1 " ™ v mmm — ; - „ ''..Too"world has existed several thousand years, and, until quite recently, it got on without newspapers. How did the people manage to pass the odds and' ends of tinie ? HoW did they find onl what was going on ? How did they manufacture public opinion, and stir up popular excitements, and expose, great frauds, an*4eep the politicians in order, and advertise thqir goods, aiid do a hundred other things, for whjich we now rely upon the daily press ?| Imagiiie yourself to be a subject <>t Charles I., living1 in one of''the interior towns of England.— Towards the close of the day, a rider comes rushing through the street, bringing tidings of n terrible collision - between the King and Parliament. Wliile he is baiting his horse at the inri, and refreshing himself alter the manner of the day, one of those men who is always on the;lookout for information—corresponding to our; modern reporters or interyiewers—gathers up,...

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