ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Democrat Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,028 items from Democrat, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,028 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Wiping Out a BuJIy General John Goshwieler, one of the leading capitalists of Calfornia, and one of the really good lellows of that' state, tells a thrilling st«>ry: One day in early times he was standing in a pioneer shanty saloon,in company with a great big fighter who was the terror of the camp and town* ¦ • -• There was nothing this giant coqld not whip, and very little that he bad notv whipped. The big leHow was sitting ' near the bar when a stranger entered.— He" was not more than twenty-five, slenderly built, pale, with' big eves, delicate features, and a hand like a girl.,. ¦ He stepped quietly up to the bar aha asked for a glass of brandy. The glass was placed before hirn,. whereupon the bully rose from his chair, put his big brawney hand in front of the youngster, took the brandy and drank it. The* young man said nothing, but quietly laid down four bits and said : ' "Give me another) glass of brandy." The brandy was put out, the glass was filled and the bull...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

I--., '¦', -. . I ,. &HE IeMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVEJIY \V EDNKBDAT MOSKIHO, at Montrose, Susq'A Co., Pa., bt KAWLBY SB CBTJSBB editors* & proprietors, ; At two Dollars per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—The Democbai; as an advertising medium is unsurpassed , in this! section. It reaches the Farmer, Mechanic,and businessman. Its circulation Is constantly increasing, and its advertising *»tes reasonable. Kates will be given at our office or rmatl. .'¦ '• .! JOB PRINTING:—Our office is supplied with four tinting presses.togetber with n large variety or type, (orders, fancy inks, etc:, with which we are prepared < do work in the but efyfa and at prices lower than ay competitors in any section. HampKs shown and .annates cheerfully given at our office. Work order-<by mailwill receive prompt attention. .,-'..-4 i.B. HA.WLEY. "> -V W. Ci CRTJ8ER.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

A , ., ^ —T~ , National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, i' SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OF NEW; YORk[ A ;'• ' ''-•• , FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

— DEFEAT OF GUN. CUSTER. " 1 - - j ' Iu the defeat ot General Custer and his brave command, on the Big Horn is presented a strong similarity in some respects to that of Gen. JBraddock in 1755 and to that of Gen. Arthur St. Clair in the next generation. The Indians seem-to have preserved 'and.to have profited in their last action, by the traditions of their former. conflicts.1 Gen. Custer's great daring and. confidence in his usttal good fortune, mixed/with und^e contempt for the savages, Jured him to his fate. Braddock presumptuously undertook io make war with the Indians in the wilderness according to the most approved European tactics and was mo*t fearfully punished. But Gen. Custer was thoroughly familiar with; the- stealthy character of Indian warfare, yet his impetuosity and bis eagerpess to deal a deadily blow that wouldjj have; the effect of terminating the campaign led him into au ambuscade where the savages slaughtered his tooops in detail; The reports from the scen...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

; TILDEN FOR PRESIDENT. The Nation, one of the most powerful organs Of opinion in the United States, comes out for T|ilden and Hendricks. It has always been a Republican journal.— In-giving its re^sots for su pporting Gov. Tilden for President, itsriys : * We, #>r our part,, consider the Democratic declaration in favor of civil service reform, while as full as that of the Republicans, more creditable, as made by a party which isi out of office, and which has not, like the Republican party, made out One such j declaration already, and then, with thej means ot carrying it into execution in itbhp.nds, not Onlv falsified ify but through its leading men ridiculed it. Asregardjj the demand in the St. Louis platform for the repeal ot the iesumption act, [we think it cannot be too severely condemned, even when coupled with the promise to return to specie payments by sonie other process j but this demand, objectionable at it is, has an honest ring about *it compared with the d...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

x A FA0t WOMH KNO WING. Here is a,f*ct' that is worth' a ton of Hayes*.-campaign documents with ;the bloody shirt thrown in. «When Gov. Tilden went into office two years ago the state tax ik Nevv York was $16,00.0,000, now it is *8,000,000. This reduction of fifty per cent, in the taxes has not been brought about'by the cutting off any necessary brttncli of the service, but sole^ ly by alstoppagb of needless expenditures and a prompt exposure of thieves and thievery. Millions that were formerly wasted on |the canals t»re now saved and yet the danal !service is as effective as when both sidejs of the Erie canal were jined with thieves from Albany to Buffalo. Two years ago, politicians in New York would h*,ve scouted the idea. that the taxes could have been reduced one half, and yet! the fact is before them that it • has Jbeen done. It must be borne in mind; too that Tilden succeeded Gen. Dix whoi was thought, by the republicans to he a model governor. Ii he could do'so well suc...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

SPEECH OFGCYiHEMDRlCKS Several of the New To rk- delegates returning from St Loais| remained oyer to call oh Gov. HendrickSjj who met them at the Occidental hojteli where the party was serenaded. Aiustus * Schell, Juo. Kelly, Wm. Robert! W. H. Qnincy and others addressed chej audience ifrom the balcony of the note! pledging hearty support to the ticket ^nd exhorting the demoracy of Indiana to renewed efforts for victory at the cqmihg election/ After these geiitlejmen had spoken loud aud persistent] cajlls were made for Hendricks who appeared on the balcony and was received wjjbh j the most vociferous and protractedjicljieering.'.';";Quiet being restored be said;: T. My Fellow Cm ZENS—It is impossible for me to make an address to you this evening. [Cries of "^o on."} I am here to pay my respects to! tne distinguished citizens from other states on their way home from one. of the; greatest ^conventions that has ever held a session in this country. These distinguished -* men sym...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Advertisements New This Week. . U : : REPORT <j>F THE AUDITORS OF Lenox Township, Su*q'a co.. Pa., In the account of tbe Snperviboru and Ppor Masters of said Township for the year ending Jnne 6th, 1878. ..-'... Amount of tax levied for poor purposes...... .41,217 60 " " M township and bridges 91841 '•• I ¦'"-.-'.--•-'..-.'' 2481 SI Paid A ^hnrchiUfee Col the same. 4percent....... ...:...-...;$ 84TI Exonerations....!.'.. 1184 Paid into the Treasury by A qhurcblU 2,034 TO ¦'."'.¦'•.- ¦'. ¦'-' ¦ -l-l. ' •¦;-'!..'. ,•¦-"• %wilT'" ¦';. Bal In Treasury j!nW 7th. 1875...,... lit PaidinbyAChnrchlll.Col.i.....;... 308410 Collected from Ablagton...v.....;... COSS' - •' Gorman estate... . S500; ¦"•'. Boad tftxespaid toTreas.... 8360 ". -'. :;" -.'| ;'"': .'•'.. 2,lM65:-Pald for the support of the poor .;........„ 954 65j " ; bridees arid plank lot sluices., ;.... .. 749 BS '¦'*¦¦ BUc>.&Olasirwater for damasce. ...... 7500: •? ,¦¦¦. Wilcox A; Pratt fdrplows'and sc...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

'iM^SSS?I:H0r'MOT.»>» ¦ j* Just publijhcd; a new edition of Dr. CuItmfWweU'a Celebrated Essay on the rad&3l }S XM (without medicine) ol Hpt"rmajorrho3a or 8cmin3 , 4K Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Imoot™ cy, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impcaimem* io Marriage, etc.; also, Consuniptioo, Epilepsy and Flu induced by selfindnlgence or sexual extravagance. Ac" . iarPrlce. in a pealed envelope, only sis cento The celebrated author, in this admirable essay.'cU«r ly demonstrates. Ifom a thirty years'successful Dr7c. tice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse mar be radically cured without the dangerou* use of intern alaiediclne or the application of the knife; polntini? outa mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectu*. al, by means of which every sufferer, no matter »h»t hi* condition may be, may cure himstlf cheaply nri. vately. and radicotty. -r.i,vn W"Tbis Lecture should be in the hands of everv youth and every man in the land * Sent under seal,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Castle Garden Destroyed. New York, July 9.—The famous old circular building on the Battery known as Castle Garden was completely destroyed by fire this evening. Nothing but a mass of charred ruins remain of the old structure, within whose walls many of the greatest singers of the world and persons prominent and famous in histrionic art have delighted fashionable audiences in years gone by. Of late years it has been the first resting place for thousands of emigrants who have landed there. At 5,25 some emigrants who were in the building observed smoke issuing from the balcony on the second tier. They gave the i alarm and it was found that the fire was raging between the flooring and ceiling ot the tier underneath. Most strenuous efforts were made to subdue the fire before the arrival'of the fire department, but without avail When the flooring was torn up it was found that the' flames had attained great force and muse have been' slumbering for a long time. When vent was given t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Jg^ R, LYONS & CO., I HAVE[RECEIVED LARGE ADDITiONS S ^ TO THEIR STOCK OP V , ''¦••'. ' ' - " - -. - i. ¦¦•- " .-.¦¦¦¦'", . ' " .-¦ - ¦ ., - -1 CARPETS* OILCLOTHS, DRUGGET MATTIN&S; WINDOW m^m^ .:' ¦¦ - ¦'•fl-=-:\'- ' .! '/ - :- ¦¦¦-:; ¦• ¦ ¦: ; ¦¦'¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦:!->i.. = ¦ - • - ¦¦ |i PAPER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL j CLOTHS. COTTON YARN,'.. 'j COFFIN TRIM- ' ,. . '."¦••_'- MINGS, Ji '.''•'•'•'¦'.' ¦ ¦'• - ' '•'..'.' ' I; PLATED WARE; DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, POINTS, OILS, .DAMASK,! REPS, :"- ¦ - '¦¦'--,..^;,K-....".. ¦ > '" - -.' ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICINES, TRUNKS, UMBRELLA^, RUBBER ¦ GOODS, &C, &C. CALICO, SIX CENTS PER YARD I B.R. LYONS A CO. Montrose, January 1,1876. QORRECTION! Rumor has It that bavin? been elected County Treasurer for the ensuing three years, I am to discontinue my Insurance busines. Said RUMOR is UNTRUE, and witboutfoundation, and while thanking you for kindness, and appreciation of good Insurance in the past, I...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

The Terrible Massacre. The defeat and mas^re' oi ¦Gen!; Cltis-' tt-r and tue live cumpanieaot ^vulry witu which he charged the camp of Sit* - ting Bull iu the Indian country are confirmed. It appears that his command and Reno's att'acted the camp at different moments, losing the moral efffcbt of a. simultaneous uitact. 'Ma]t)T >Reno lost ninety five killed and wourjded.' GfnV Custer's command was annihilated. |An official report has been sent by mail. The Governmelnt has taken steps to intercept it, and cause its contents to be forwarded by telegraph. Sitting Bull, by whoni General CnsWr'a command ^was deieated, has been on this war path.ibr years, and has never assented to a treaty Chicago, July?.—The following are the latesr particulars regarding Cuaier's defeat, received froniithe mouth o't the Big Horn, under date Julyjlst, via Bismarck, D. T., July; 6th : At noon of the 22d day of June, Custer at the head of his fine, regiment of twelve veteran companies, left ca...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

«¦~~rr ¦ : ¦. Patriotism In Softtn Carolina. rne spirit iwnicn pervaded the exercises in Charleston S. C, on the occasion of the late celebration of the Fort Mpultrie centenary, is "admirably reflected in the Address of Captain WilliamJL Courtenay, an ex-coifederate o'fficer, who, on behalf "of the Carolina Oid Guard, presented a token of friendship and regard td Captain Noye's, of the Boston Light In|fantry, Captain Courten&y has been thp foremost promoter of the schemes forj the orgauization of the Centennial Legion,.-composed-.of troops of each of. the original thirteen States.— This extract [from his speech sufficiently indicates its tone and spirit: - "Captain Noves and Gentlemen of the Boston Lighi; Infantry: t-would have desired that some one more competent than myself should have be-.-n selected to be the; medium of such a compliment as is here -intended, ;but my good friend Major. McLean this morning at 6 O'clock issued an imparative command, and 1 obey it, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

-- ; . ^ V^TATEkENT OF HARFORD Town-O biiip finance*.1 TOWNSHIP TAX. . Amount of tax levied, 1875.. ...,....$682 86 - j BECKBPT8.. ; ' . V. C&Bhon hBnd, March 2,1875... .... .$ 21719 " Kcc'd on Duplicate of 1872. 1500 ••• . * ¦ ¦ ' ** 1874 125 00 •* " ¦ «• • 1875 80000 ,1 •;.-¦¦: - -\: . — 65719 "I EXPENBITDBH8. Amount paid on orders.... ...$47350 Wni I Carpenter'*) bond paid........ 147 60 Treasnrer's commission 1552 Ca*h in hands of Treasurer April 3d, ; ; 1876....... ..,...;...;: ;... 205T . I - - 65719 Amount due on duplicate. 1874. 8698 . ' " • *- ]¦"" 1875........ 88380 I poor tax....;...;,¦ Amount levied 18^5. .,.% 68286 '. RECEIPTS. . •'•'; Cash on hand March 2d, 1S75........$ 950 ;¦'¦ " ree'don duplicate, 1873. ...... 8674' " " " . 1874 86165 ! ! ¦" " " 1875 ... .. 13000 \ ¦ - : "'Jame»nare.....T. .. -10000 i .:/-..- -; ,";? ••:•.-¦¦ -*¦¦" -- 68708 ;; EXPE*(DITDHES. . -'- '! Amount paid on orders..;;.. ...$ 62110 j Treasurer'scommUsion.......... ... 1527 Cash In T...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

^»:FIRM;v: Vj',;,; '-^:;X^,,,..';:, NEW llOODS, /;:;¦'- ;;':;.rur;:-t;;';NEW;-F-BIGESi\ '.-'.'' '; . ' ,;!'•;- ".'., -. S-..'.y-,'l '.'-' .- ¦'•..:' .'. fm.'H. IvBOYtD; & Oo., (8uccE?soiB to Itovo & CoBwis,) • ] ; ;' i>EALtRS IN ¦¦'¦ ' '-. ;-.5'¦".}! •'-'¦ '.';:¦ ,:- . ":';';.,>;..' Cook Stoves, Ranges, Heat-: ¦;: ¦ • '/- ;. . ' . | . \ ' . ' . : ; ' ': . ; . ' - ' . '"' , ' . ing stoves. 6N t\MZ, ; Is the name of a new Coo^c Stove, just out, containing & new principle in baking, and is destined to make a revolution in the construction of Cook Stoves. Come In and see it. ": "- THE* ARGAND, Asa heating stove standi without, a rival. In beauty, durability and economy. \ Come and satisfy yourself, and get names oi parties how using them. TINWARE. We take special pleasure! ic offering to the Wholesale and Retail Trade, our desirable supply of Tinware. We use none but the best of charcoal plates. OUR WORKMEN ARE EXPERIENCED ! 10TJR STYLES ABE FAU...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Iwtoyottl \ WHAT IS THE USE? What is the use of removing your hat, If you do uov intend to tar ^ ry ? "What is the use of your Avoeihg a maid, « If you never intend to marry ? What's the use of your.baying a coat< ^ If you never intend to wear it ? What is the use of a dwelling for two, If you never intend to share it ? What's the use of .your buying a book; If you never intend t.0 read it ? And Where's the use of a cradle to reck, If you never intend to need it ?

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

' - ;.': ¦;:"'¦ : ;;;.¦?¦¦'¦ .¦¦],-: ; -- \: ¦¦ -";i-AT—\ \'. i' v?£":V\ \-'^\¦:;.' ¦ .'.--.' -li'.' —"-"—° - ¦ '"¦ '•'¦¦-•'¦.:-" UR6EST ii | m ffiWpin in tut am 1 ¦¦'l| ^i?:M-^ : DIIYGO^^ BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS, WALL PAPER,, ;¦ J:".-. STATIONERY, &C. ¦: v " ,. .• Iii -tlhe ''LfciTHEIM BLOCK," Great Bend, Pa. f^ArtgoodajbocghtwHh oareaiid for cash only. An i-nmeiw line »t Bar- . ^mMttU of all kind, marketed tf PMladelpMa aid He* To*. ''Welcome" tojboth old and oew customers. '-¦¦¦'.'''•{¦ '.:. "' GEO, L. LENHEIM. ¦ , "flr^•B.na,>»j 10tha870. '. -; (In Hi» New; Sto*.):

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

&Ms& |®!?»533i MATHUSHEK AND GHiCKERIMB ~ '- ; ':" I -i-Tr--- ^±^23lOJS. | Of all Descriptions. . -.,-¦,-. ^ 'rr~--^^^^sf^^^—NEW 60(|DS CO>STAETLY ARUIWG. GeOTge Woods & Co'g ¦ ['.- ¦' —7— ¦' . i :.'.''" 4T- 2a»TJS"5r c*s GO.'S, great/»EDcrriio^w prices aKD OTHER OEG'aNS. jf This Spring. - \ . , - ¦ ;• - I _i_- J. F. BRONSON,AG'T, '-¦ L,— ' ^"^.li-/ , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ' ^ .^^^•'^SM^^k ' ' "¦ — - ¦' •. ¦ H-^^pPyr ' VgJjP^A MC&ICAL MERCHANDISE S+^^p f . y^^mt i* ^. Of all ¦Descriptions.;- ¦ . f A FINE ASSORTMENT. SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTION BOOKS, v • V; ' ' • j ,' " .. ¦ . • etc., etc., fete. ,. . ^^t'SnteS^Sr *1 Br.ehB.ocU,' , »ONTB»SE. P.. I Pine Engraving done. - March 22d,l876. ..-.•¦¦ t i ' ¦ ¦ . ¦ ' - *• u-^£ ¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

A Burlesque Auloblograpliy. — ¦ > t BY MABK TWAIN ; : v . - * . . .»-¦?¦ Two or three persons, having at different times intimated that it I would write an autobiography they would read it' when they got leisure, I yield at last.to this frenzied public demand, and herewith tender my, history. ; Ours is a noble old house, and stretches ;a long^ay back into antiquity. The earliest ancestor the Twains have any record of was a friend of the family by the name ofHiggius. This was in the eleventh fentury, when our people were living in Aberdeen, county of Cork, England, Whv it is that our lonj? line has ever since borne the maternal name (except when one ot them now and then look a playful revenge in an alias to avert foolishness),^ instead oi Biggins; is a mystery which noue of us^has ever telt much desire to^tir. It is a kind ot a vague/pretty romance, and we leave italone. All the old familie? do thaOway.' ' ^ Arthur Twain was a man of considerable note—a solicitor, on Die...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Y^HAT WE W&HT EVLRYBODY TORKOW! • : ' • ... ¦-¦¦¦ ;.' . !-• That Oopbottom is a thriving Village, roinantlcally situated amid hilte on the D L & W.-K_B,|and-. contains five stores in frill blast, and that Jeffers & Blakeslee have adopted tht) ready-pay system, which explains why they are gelling coojs so,low. CODFISH, only 6 cents pet pound.!. ASHTON SALT, by the sack, J3.25. BARREL SALT. $1,85 PORK, 12 ce'nts per pound. . ; FLOUR—the best—ojer barrel, $7.50i LORILLARU | fine Cut shorts, tobacco,, 40 cents. : \ LONSDALE Bleached Muslin, 9 cents. UNBLEACHED Muslin from 7 tdS.cte. CALICO, best, from 5 to 7 cents per yd. CLOTHING, per suit, $8.50 to $16. , ¦* We are almost , i DAILY RECEIVING NEW G0QJ3S.. and constantly keep on hand every thing usually kept in Country Stores. Give us !a call, that we may verify our assertion. ; i WE WANT tO GIYE YOU MORE GOODS (to take. hom») FOR $10, THAN YOU EVER HAD BE- . F0RE,[ SINCE THE : ' '. 'WAR..-. [ ..- ,";;,x . JEFF...

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