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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

ot H/Town, Coxmty, and Variety.; ^ ^—Semi-annual election Montrose^ Go. Na^S, on JFriday evening f^'X^flZg; —:"We ask our readers to >xcu8e>y lack or local mention in our columns this issue.--TheniOBtof our exchanges do ndi^ve thei Subscribers any p^ir at all this/Centennial week..,'. ;•;;.;...'' C— W Hewitt's Meat Market has been moved into the basement of B. ;C, Sayre's store, on r^AW^ wb« ^ ^W.w^' nlwavsbe found to wait of us friends lie ^market fitted up In first class style and intends to be on hand for business. . winkled lime over them, ^ithin one hour SStas lea^ve; On the following day be sprinkled lime oW his potato patckand be next morning found tens ot thousands oi the bugs lying dead. ^-The Pennsylvania board of centennial managers announce thatthe Pennsylvania sUte biennial building has been.completed and Sea, and is^ady for the r^ptu^of«: ¦ Sm£ It b located at the w«sterrrend °f th^ *2S? teU north of MaWtlery ^an rlrtseto the Government build ng. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

¦ biM^;;|'l i | ; /* ; # ; ¦ .--n^:\:&ENMA^W t: y.y :!x 1 ' . --;:•.• FIBEJLiFEiAKD ACCIDEHT :; isniipfiiii Capita! Represented, f IO^OOOvOOO? ,..!-, ¦ ¦ •...'.• '.L. ¦ ; ¦ '.¦:}••.: -• ¦ ¦'' ¦¦'¦¦' "' 'j-'' ''"'•¦ . :' ,."..-,., >,,-.. !./-jV"; .JFJBB.vi =.. ,,--.-.t ^:1."'iiNi'-.:'. fir©ABBopitttioUf Pb«;, CaplUlAAtiett, t ^MftOOf n8nranc6Co.ofN.:A.,Phil., ' -. V, ^'SS2*2S >efinsylviniaFire,>Ph0., " ." J'522*2S uB.ci.of Pav;Phlla.4 : , v~:^=: «1SX'2« ^coming of Manucy, I?a. *' ' 6,5S2'rt5 ^auca6te°r of Lancaster, ¦';¦---..•, « <M sewtoB of Newton,... .. ; ,,.: "0^ aonioinB.eo.,N:Y., ¦%'¦': \[ «°^SSrSSo SaOonal -»\$ ' . i ^ ,:->-.• -¦.¦'§¦ « «0'«S Commercial Fire '• j " , f . ".. ..... W>>m Fairfield Kire:fin8. Co.; South ^ ,;• '.-'.• -' -. *¦ Norwalk, ConnL . '*;,,, # : .-/i ^ »M Atlas "; !' " ¦ ' ' 4* : 500,000 Royal Canadian, ot M6ntrealr » > ¦- - •' l:^n.; ' Canada.!-' I " . " s1'20?*0 ^0 Llvflrpool, London &am...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Arrangement^! Mails., Via Railroad: , Arrtves.JDepo.ru ,ankbanuock, (Daily,)......... 100pm 1316 in "* Via Staqsb : . , «ontro*e!Depot,(Daily,)...... ......,600pm OSOaij Hew Milford.(Daily,) ....ttOOOam 180pim Wyalusing. (Daily,)......... ...I 94Sam 8008im Briendsvllle,(triweekly,).. ....600pm 800am 'onhlmStation,(triweekly,).........;7<KJanv TOOtfm RincUamton,c»oS.Lake.(tri weekly).. 600pm"700pm «B8WP*!'1'<triweekly'^"----"""-1000am 400pm The New York, (via Montrose Depot;) New Milford, runkhannock.andWyaluBingaredaviy. f heOonklin Station mall runs Tuesdays, Thursdays, •nd Saturdays. '•' ";, T ;,-; ¦'! *.j>Qe uinghamtonnrall,{via Silver Lake,)runsTueg-Uve Thursdays, and Saturdays. '.: . i Kri'endaville mail runs Tuesdays,Tbursdays.and Sat " The "Acshbppen mall runs Mondays,Wednesdays.and Fridays. ' .- . .¦« ¦,':-!•¦• Additional Stages : A stage leavesdally for Montrose Depot at 1 m..and .eturiwatOp.m ... v ; ¦ j- - • -.: • !¦"¦ • A Stage leaves dally f...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

List of New Advertisements. New Music—Ditson & Co. j! v Assignee's Sale— estate of James Martin. Statement of Harford Township Finance. Assignee's Sale—estate of Alanson Obalker. Night.Route for Butter via. Ceritral Express Administrator's; Notice—estate of Albert G. Reynolds, ; : .: , I . ; Administrator's Notice-restate of Hiram Reynolds. • \% , / Aunual Financial Statement of Jackson School District. '' i '' ' / Business Locals. Plow Trial. !" ¦'• ¦ Ministerial Association !. •' . ¦ ¦ - ' - - ¦ i ¦ - . .i ¦ The Ministerial Association ot Wyalusing District held a meeting in the; M. E. Church inlTuiikhanock Commencing iThursday evening June 20, 1876. . ' -'-\. Rev. Silas Barner, appointed to deliver the opening address, being providentially detained, Rev.'F. A. Doney, alternate, delivered a brief address, after which Rev. George| T. Price preached an appropriate sermon from the text: Let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we-shall reap it we-faint not...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

HandbiIjLB for Aijction Sales,iti-., printed at the Demoobat office m first-cln v style and. at reasonable prices. ; ; '^ i^** A new lot ot summons and, subpoenas just printed at this office. Qtber blanks in pro fusion, all prepared vyitb care. PnoToohAPHS.^-Pictures^aken in-all thei latest styles. Old pictures copied and enlarged. Also a splendid lot of frames for sale cheap, ; < I'atG. W. DooiirrriiE's. Montrose, June 10, s'74—tf. 1 To Rent.; ; House and Lot to rent in Montrose, Enquire of J. B.McCollnm.-MMay81,1876,—If. / '•,""'.'". New Srockjof carpets, oil cloths, matting, &c, just received. / GUTTENBERG. ROSENBATJM & CO. Montrose, April 12,1876tf. ^ Spring Styles SiIr; Hats, felt and far. Boys Centennial Hats, just opened at - .. . , \ , GrJTTENBEKO, ROSENBAUM & CO. &>ril 12,1876tf. Ms Pukdt's Wagbin Shop a fine lot ot Platform Wagons and Buggies lull trimmed. . Complete and first-class in every/respect for sale cheap for cash." ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

jyjODESDE PARIS! I ' ¦ - ¦ ¦¦'/•/• JSj^rlxxe Styles. ''/.. j-AT-^ ; . " ^ O ZELL ES'Si, FRENOHI MILLINERY, i . * 97/ Court Sereet, [Binghamton, K T. 97* - ' ¦ ' • (¦¦•; ' !-,'¦ . 'I The largest and best stpek of Mlllin»-ey Goods outside of New l'ork) and at jthe very' lowest cash prices. I buy lor cash and sell for cash. We will not t>e undersold, ladies' capp and head-dresses : in a very; large variety, - - s . FRANK LESLIE'S PATTERNS ; HAIR JSOODS, ETC. \\....... I F. ROZELLE. BinRhamton, N. Y„ April 19,1876.—ly.-31 W™R j /".' BUTTER TOE DELAWARB,! LACKAWANNA & WESTERN ...j :' EXPRESS COMPANY : ! have added to their Express facilities a , leaving Montrofe Borough at 8 o'clock Id the evening and conveying the butter without change of cars to New,York anf Philadelphia in the night, i Batter dt-Uvered at7:30 in the evening . - GOES THROUGH THE SAME NIGHTi Also, leave nt 6 a.m., and 11 a.m., giving shippers choice of train. J We have an ice honse to keep the butter ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

^G(^S , ! EGGg WHITE COCHENS, |-i • • - BUFF COOHENS; PARTRIDGE; OOCHENS, PLYMOUJtH r6ck:^ :-AN/D HQUDANS. < m*~*m~m { ; > t. ¦ - ' - Eggs for Hatching, ^| > - 93 per 1& _\- ; / .- . . j/././ . ¦ .. HTTonng Fowls for sale after ¦ Ansrnst 1st, 1876, at reasonable prices. No inferior! specimens shipped from my yards. :". j ;¦ ^ Whlte CochetiB. 1st premium aii Jersey Fair, (Berry « Williams stock.) Bdff Cochens. Berry A Williams. No circulars. Write for what | la wanted and promp reptys will be given. Address, j .'•; C. C. GILBERT, ',. ^ '" ! Great Bend,. Pa. March 29.1876.-6m. ! Wilber's Direct Draft EUREKA ioWER i' • i . - . . 19 THTB | Best Mower in the World. , ¦ :/v ¦¦ : ¦'. ¦ ¦ * I -: ' ¦ ":l-(>-.-- ¦ x; .-:"; 11 Farmers SAVE twenty-five pit cent, by using it in gathering their h*y crop. ' 11 ALL WHO TRY |[T BUY IT! "¦'¦:.¦> ' '"."¦ i Jl. . Extra parts arc interchangeable. . ' * ' . - . .' -ii . 0 ur Agents have a full supply always ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

County Bo.8io. eis Directory. Two lines in this Directory, one year, |1.60; each ad-] dltional line, Wcenu. "^MMMH^MIMia^—*M«aMMMMHM^MM<MHNM«MMie«MM«VH« .',./// kONTROSE. . .-'/'.. ¦ .".¦ -.'¦¦ ;- WW. HAOflWOUT, Stater. Wholeaale and Retail dealer in all kinds of slato roofing, slate paint, etc.. Roofs repaired with slate paint to order. Also, slate paint for sale by the gallon oi barrel. Montrose. BILLINGS STROUD, General, Fire and Life Inroraice Agents, also, sell Railroad and Accidental Tickets to New York and Philadelphia. Office cue door east of Wm.H Cooper sCo's bank. WM. H. BOYD & CO. Dealets In Stoves, hardware, andManuf cturersof Tin and Sheet-l.on ware, "cor nerof Main and Turnpike street. A. N. Balla'd, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Book*, Stationery and Yankee Notions; at the head of Pnk-• lie Avenue. WH. H. COOPER & CO., Bankers. Sell Foreign Posasgo Tickets and Drafts on England, Ireland, and Scotland. WM. L. CuX, Harness maker and dealer ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Do Not Pull tlio Wool of Xlvlugr '' 'Sheep. ¦' ' V-. £mm m& wmMil Before boys or aiiy other !persond are directed to handle sheep they should be thoroughly impressed^ with th| fact pbat they must not hold the; atiiir[ais nor lift them by the wool./ A great Imany; itieh will seize the sheep; by thp wool on the back>; witn both handV arid : lift the animal clear .from the ground by thejwool only, Barbarous! Let some giant grasp you by the hair of the head; /and 1»ft yon. from ihe ground by/ the hair only 1 Would you not struggle and squirm wors' than tire miiteHhtep dofs when lilted by the wool? Would not there be a complaint <»f a sore head for a week .er two ? lLY«u do not believe it/try tlie ex-penmen1.1 We,.;have slaughtered a great many sheep in yeara past, and when removing .the pelts of, such sheep as had been /handlfd by tbfir wool we never failed to; observe that beneath the skin wtiereYvT tlie auimal Ka4 been ca«ght by the wool, ihe blood had se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

—^—,< »—-—— --"* The War on Cut Worms: . I ani fully persuaded that there is no more sure way to ward oil" cut worm injuries.then to enter into partner-ship 'with' the birds, in whici it .will b« the duty of the party of the tirst part to plow the land early in the fall coi that bluebird, robin and grakle may have u cut worm feast before leaving for more genial .cl-jmcs.-Deep harrowing will aid ,the party of tbe second part, while a repetition,of the same as early iu the spring as the season will permit, .will ineim: it thanks1 giving repast of the samei nature. • I feel very certain that from this caus4 and. not freezing of the larva?, has originated tbe unquestionable fact that fall plowing is an advantage. When unprotected larva can survive a temperature of 30 degrees, as I have proved iu the wmb r of 1874-5 we may be. slow to credit the freezing method of destruction. Ou^ early spring birds are mncb put to it to gain sufficient food for themselves and brood, and wit...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

\ ' . * - ¦ - - Select Your Frnli Trees. Three years ago we purohas-d with others two Baldwin Apples from a yVell knowri nursery jinn, .the age ot which may be guessed ajt irom their size which was eight feetj inflight/ aud three inches diameter of stem^ They were One specimens of he'aUh/ahd symmetry and were deceived from the nursery in excellent -order, with /as much spread of root and fiber as co.ujd be transported with aafetyi'"'.-'/•-¦.¦i;/^- ' ;../-V: .. * •¦'. ;'•':'.'.-'¦:¦- They were cufidowh abcutlialf ;or nearly go—all wound^d^roots smoothly cut—atSd plantedpwithi extra care. During the first summer the bark and wood ol halt the stem—-that: exposed to tha South —died. 'The hraiict.es put forth a few leaves and the longest growth -did* not f^fieed two inches. The second summer showed an f-xtenjtion. of dead fwoodand bark and it was evident the/ tree would never recover. It was therefore, dug. up and thrown aside. The stemVFthe second tree remains souud^though/a por...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Corn Fodder vs. C rasa. •: ¦ - \- At a meeting of the American Dairvnien's Association, held at Rome, N. Y., .ProfvL; B. Aritiold slated that he had taken the milk Of three patrons of a uheeSe factoryjn October ffho we/re feeding nothing but grass and the milk- of three Olivers wluffed nothing 'but coru sown broadcast. He took au equal quantity of the milk of each, and curdling it with the same amount-of rennet at the same temperature, found after drying the curd with the mijk of the corn, led cows gave 8 1-2 per cent j of' curd, while that from those fed on crass alone gave only 6 1-2 percent, in favor of corn fodder over grass. Oflcoirse/ one expTiment does not proV? a caie,! especially as there mav have bf en otheri jioi.diuions that were not taken into account, which may have affect d the result. It looks, however, as if it were perfectly safe ,to make calculations to put in a liberal area of com ever spring to;beiused for fodder.-At the sarne meeting Air. G. L. Shelr do...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Effeel of Cold on lnilk. The following extract is from the London Lancet, which is considered very high authority on all subjects admitted to its columns: : The effects ot a low temperature on milk have bjeeni carefully examined by M. Eug. Tisserand, who recently communicated his observations to tbes,Acadernie des Sciences He found thuatif j^ow/s milk ii, lmtiiediately ok Booh after beirig drawn placed;m vessels at various temperature; between freezing/ point and 90 degrees F., aild the initial temperature is maintained fdr twenty-four: or thirty-six hours, it willjbe found that the nearer the temperatiiire of the milk is to freezing point the! more rapid is the collection of cream thVinore considerable is the quantity of cream, the amount of butter is greater, arid the skimmed milk, the butter and thy cheese is of better quitli/ ty.N These facts,;he believes, may be explained by Pasteur's observations on fer-l ments and their effects oh the media in Which they live./ It is ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

f ?>"'Business Cardsi - ; DEL ELLEN /E."MITQHELL, ,PHY-/ eicinn and Surgeon, gradoatv of the Womau s>. Medical College o! the N.. Y. Infirmary, then Tesident physician for a year in the Woman's Uospital in N. Y.: after, four years' practice in-Fou dttLac. Wis-; cousin, has located iu; Montroae. Special attention given to dljcapus of women and children. Office at the foot of Main Street^ in the old; David Post home/ stead,- ; . - -¦ -.;¦;•.; '•:¦••'..•'•:..•.•- -:----' .tfontrpE'cDec.lS.ISTS.-Sm+nSO . . . . ¦¦, , O D. BALDM^, M.;i).y HOMCEJ XJL« pathic Physician and Surgeon,, has located himself at Montrose, where he will attend promptly tq all professional bastneHs entrusted to his care.-** e^Office in Carraalt?8 building, second floor, front. Boarils at Mr. E. Baldwin's. • Slontrose, Pa.. March 10,1875. -T|R. \ W. W. SMITHS DENTIST.--J--' Rooms at his dwelling, next door north, of Or. Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be tfappy toseeallthosd in want ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

r Eotsiness Cards ^ f S.POTTER,/DENTIST, WISHES M.J* to inform the people of Mpntroseaudyicinlty, thathe ii«pcrmt>nenHy.located, in'thcjsecond story ol J., p-Stamp's new building; opp.-site Cooper's B;ink. All tindcorDehtal Work done in ijhe ihost mauner. N. B.—Nitrous. Oxide, Laughing 0/ass, giyett for the painless extraction of teeth. y Montiose, April fit h, 18.76,—tf j- 1 •¦-'¦¦••. ¦¦ '-;; ¦¦'.-X? BACON, WILL .HEREAFTER . V j • furnish the citizens of Montrose and Vicinity, with'firsfc-class Bread. Buscuit, jfcolls. Pies, Cakes and Cookie^, Tarte.«ftc, &c, &c \ Partle- and Weddings supplied, and quality guaranteed;* S3^~Dlntng Rooms np stairs, where Qeo.Callis will jbe founa ready to satisfy the cravings of the inner man. .'--,-. Montrose, May 3d, 1876.s f" ;' / E BACON. VTEW MILFORD MACHINE.SHOP. 1.1 All kinds of machinery raadejor furnished to-order. Repairing promptly attended tb., «P ; • j JOLlUrf SHTJLTZ. New Milford, May 17,, lS76.-ly| W " M ~ A....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Mlscenanepns. . . 2>^P^XTdR.OSBr,,/ PI^INg;'"/MILL - = - ..'¦¦¦ ',".-.; ' / ¦"'"'. ' - /'AND •¦- v:-' J^ -In order to bettor accommodate the commuitltv *h« undersigi-ed has esuhlished a depot for the wile or Lumber Manufactured at fati uewiy-crectid bulldlre o» the.Old Keelcr tannery Site, in the , lu"Soa HEART OP TOWN , where will be kept constantly on hand. A full stock of .. :,.,•. :¦ •.-.-¦'¦.-.{,%,,,:. ;•¦.....- . WHITE AND (YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK ' ' \VALNUT LUMBER, wbicb.with the aid of tbe most Improve^ machiney and ' competent workmen, is prepared to work intoany 4ane to meet the wants of Customers. . - " WELL SEASONED LUMBER, INCLUDING SIDING FLOORING. CEILING. SHINGLE AND * ; LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Planing, Matching, Mouldings, andl 8croH Bawin* done to order. ... ..Q. „..;. WAGONy CARRIAGES & SLEIGH, MANUFACTORY in connection witn' the above establishment, under the management of Mr. E. H. Rogers:, Examine onr work before leav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

HELIOTROPE - .' —t^n - v. - How strong they are, tbosj} subtle spells, That lurk in leaves and flower bells, Rising in faint perfumes* j Or, mingling with somei oliien strain. Strike through the music-halls of pain, ,\:i And people empty rooms. -~. ¦„ ^ . , ;. ; They came upon us unaware, '/ In crowded halls and opei^air, And in our chamber stijll; A song, an odor, or a bird i'"¦ Evokes the spell and strikes the'clibrd ^ And all our pulses thrill..; 'Kj^ I loitered but an hour ago, / ' With laggins footsteps tired and slow, Along the garden walk ^ •¦¦•, The summer twilight wrapped me round.; Through open windows came the sound \ Of song and pleasant talk. The odor stealing dews lay wet. And heavy on the mignonette That crept aboutniy feet; Upon the folded mossy vest, jThat clothed the ruby rose's breast!, '¦!. Iw fell In droppings sweet. It lell on beds of purple bloom,' | From whence arose the rare perfume Of dainty heliotrope, | Which* smote my heart with sudden power—My fav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

TUB ftlOTHER-lA L4W OF MOSES Some time ago|in the town of X., during a religious controversy between Peter Lamb and soihfi of his friends, one of the latter asserted ;hat Peter did not know who was th> uiother-in-law of Moses, and couldti?tJ,ascertain. Peter jofferd to bet th.it hdjjcoJE.ld. find out and the wager was accepted. After searching in vain through! tlje scripture's, Mr. Lamb concluded to goj rtund and interview: Deacon Jones ab\mt it. The deucen is head man in a gj&s office, and in the offlce there are a milf dozen windows, behind which pit cierk^ to receive money. Applying at one :0f these, Mr. Lamb suited : ' .,' if ¦•!. trta Deacon Jones m ?"¦¦¦. "What's your ^usruess ?" "Why, I want; to 3nd out the name of Moses; s—" j," "Don't know $iiyt ling about it. Look in the directory,]' an 1 tht clerk slammed the window shntj. Tn'eu Peter w&ht to the next window and said.: "I want to sees-Mr- Jon<»8." •"What f«»r.?"jj ;V ... "I want to see;...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

In The Country ¦ ¦ ' ' '- ¦ • ¦ ¦ •'•:.;.':. A beautiful young; lady was walking j»rm-iii arm with a young man one evening, into whose eyes she would sweetly smilei "It's a lovely evening," said the fair one—"Yes" replied her companion. They were silent and walked on. "It was a lovely evening yesterday/ said the beautiful girl as -tbej' came round again <«Yes," meekly responded the yonrg man, evidently at a loss what to saV.' They came round a third time, and iYwaV his turn now. "I hope it will 1wtV lovely evening to-mo)rrow,?^^id he, /*#o d^I^ gftid,she* .^ ^ V-.W^z? ¦' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

UNA'S ESCAPADE OH, DEAR! if I o,.k k,«ew what to do with myself all "ihis long, weary summer. I believe I wasdbarn underjan ui.lucky star.'' ' , Una Penrose laid down I her novel, whose leaves were yet uncut, and gave a vmdicitive little kick with herttiny rosetkd slipper—No. \ Mane Anjtf.iuette. ''You needn't smile, Retta." she added to Hm Geoffrey, who lay cdiily and cont^uttdlyon the yellow silked lounge betweeu the windows, lazily [examining a dainty lace set; "What are you iaukhinga% Retta?" i s <;To hear yon sav you werejborn under an. unlucky star. Youlittfe princess, wbose hie has been a fairy tale, whose greatest sorrow is no mure than the loss <»f a canary. You bolrn under an unlucky planet!'' . ., . j. Miss (ri-offrey's low, sweet voice lent drilling distinctness to every word she uttered—and indeed the most comrnciri-I'lace remarks seemed rare as rubies when J"- said them. She sriiilk at pouting fJna with a yearning, .pitying tenderness m her wistful ...

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