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

r.H.BAEiras. | H Q. Blandino i J. N. CoNQooifi ' ¦'. v Barnes, Standing & Co., Htittb^mutlranitf H^rfo, [E8TABLI5HKD IN 1840.1 ^ MANUFACTUItERSOFALL KINDS*OF -". 1 MARBLE AND-. GRANITE MONUMENTS. '¦¦ -• -v. MANTLES, &C. "'¦ .'.'¦ j- ' A ^s°. '!. ." ':-.-' ISIPORTER^ OF SCOTCH GRANITE,s 26 Chenango St., Near Depot, MarchSa&TC. i BINOaA-MTONi N. Y.

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

' 4— ' ¦ ¦¦ .! :—..'-..."' ~ "" ¦ ' 1876, L884. ¦¦¦.!' - ¦•¦ '' .; •. ,„. : .. '.• ¦¦ - j Facts Better Than Fiction! ' r V. .. * . - . ^ : .' ; I ". • ¦''!' ' liHE POPUtiR DBfioODS WD CtBTHlRfi PUSl GJUTTENBURG^ ROSENBAUM & CO., iiMs^^^JffiSrH^^'^^SS to compete with OB,in prices. „ w„ ' v«,v with a i>ir»e ptock of seasonable eood^, bouphtfor ^LSXStiE^SS^^ A^SloriSaiep; We will, can and rtialleell thema^aetonlehingly low flgarss. i| "J OUR STOCK COMPRISES; AS USUAL, DllY GOODS, CARPETS, MILLINERY AND FANCY G00DS,-LADIES' DlUU '' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, % i|l e &, <3.;y-l3^ »ae OlotH inS | # Of our Wn mannfacrure and well appreciated for lb superior workmaaship. ' |# • HATS, CAPS, &C, &C, t.f^;»^^^^^.S'^^ toni' We will say for onehnd all, that we defy competlon. Kespecifoliy your*. f G0TTEWBUHG, ROSENBAUH & Co, J . ,. ,„ ,«« . • ; ,.-¦•'••'•'- M.3.DBS8AUEF,MiinaginKl'«rtt>er. i ¦¦ ¦

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

r>EST JOB PttlNTlSG AT T«l«i t-«« ** * *ATB S I ' ' ' ' " : t v ! f We are continually adding new material to our office, an^i utb "»r i! : : . .: '¦:¦• ' :: - « . • ¦¦ v ,:-targe Stock of JOi WPE and FOUR Priiitkg Pressos we Dafy OorospeUon 't : * ¦ ^j B»th la. Price and quality, either la Plala BUck df Calored Wo>k. " »AWt.KY * CRU«K-: ^ •¦ • --L

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

jaomroBB, *»m-*», »<"»• ^ . ^_ , | ; . —— . | A. S. NIlNeR, BINGHAIWTON, WHOLE8ALK DEALER IN ; BRONZE LAMP^, OPAL LAMPS, ALL GLASS LAMPS, HAND LAMPS, | BURNERS, WICKS, SHADES, SHADE HOLDERS, &c, &v. ilM STfl i FLINT AND WM Oil» !.-[-: ¦ . -•'¦• . . ... . . . ,. , j: SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IK -f ;!' -¦''-¦:¦ . ¦ ^ '• - " ¦ ' ¦' ,: '" : ¦ ' ' ' }\ ¦ ¦ -•¦( ALSO, MANDPACTUREU OF; / ¦ i-iosr jgLTviai-- wjs^^xv TsrisiT* .-'wtr.A.i^as.'..' j ; ' ..'-' •• . "T. : • :-;., ''.-•-"¦-.. : '''¦"",...;' I1 W iddreaa fcy Matt Promptly Attended To. - MarchS^l^s. A. *. W*'^

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

A AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT Centennial history Itpell.^ sa: t-f ilittuaiy'oilier uook. Uiiou^eni eold 61 cojiieainone <\y. Seiidlor our exlra terms to agents. jNationai. fvitLisniNG po... l'nlUrtt.-lphia. SJ PSYOKoMANCy.or'SOUL CHARMING. How either sex may fascinate and gain the love acd affections of any person they choose tnbtanlly. This simple, inentai acquirement al! can possess, tree, oy man, for 25c. together with a marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle. Dreams, Hints to Ladies.WedeingNight Slmt.&e, A nneer book. Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Pubs. Philadelphia. . 2 FRANKLIN HOTEL FORTliTH AND POHAR STS., PHILA. Close t« the Main Exhibition Building, Single Lodgings ...... • - • • • '". .¦¦ -60, Cents. Booms \fith Double Bed SI to $2 per Say* This Houoe is especially adapted to families. A. J. WEIDENEB & CO s ; 26 - Men are earning $40 to $120 per week! ! sellin* Ota.ir country AND MM ItKSOUKCIiB. Ciimpletc In the thrilling hiMory of 100 eventful y...

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

LAWYERS' FEES IN ENGLAND —; »« r—Even the greatest lawyers here do not receive such fees as are frequent m America. Mr, Sergeant Parry told me recently that the fees he heard of in America were such as almost took an English barrister's breath away. The English litigant has to pay two firms in each case and the payments arje.theretbre, divided. There is not a barrister in England who gets more than seventy-five thousand dollars a yearwhich is about Mri Hawkin's income—and there are only, twoj oi; at roost three, that make over fifty thousand dollars a year. A thousand dollars for one case is considered a fanrjy fee. Probably the low average of fees paid for the every-day legal work done [here is due in large part Uf the survival of the old theory that the lawyer is a learned | friend of humanity in its difficulties'whose advice is given solely for the reward of virtue. Theoretically they are sup ported by fomoraria as the Pope receives Peter's Pence. They are not snpposed to r...

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

THE WEALTH OF SIBERIA It is needless, says the Paris Tempsx to estimate all the sources of wealth pertaining to this immense region, which is at least triree limes as large as Europe ; unfortunately very little of it is available owing to the scarcity of the means of transport. Russia has long been awarp of the necessity of creating routes in order to derive all .the1 benefit she might expect fromjher Asiatic provinces, rich in gold, silvpr, platinum, copper,'coal.rharbie.and, in tlie south wheat and rye. Great improvements already have been made in the. n'avigabln rivers, where the boats are now enabled to go against life stream by means ot steam-lugs, whereas before they used only to be built for one trip down the river, and ihenj broken up for fire-wood.— Still the number of steam-tugs is vejy small, atid there is, therefore, ho relying upon escaping the risk of being blocked up by ice for seven or eight, months, f The problem 'of improving- river navigation h a very diff...

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

FAMOUS HOUSES IN LONDON r t « i ; The Society of Art has.durlng the past month set up on seven dtfjereut "houses in London small tablets commemorating the tact that the house has once bee^i occupied by some famous inhabitant. In Gough Square, Fleet street, is the name of Samuel: Johnson; in Gerrard street, SohO, that of Edmund Burke ; and similarly we are reminded that Mrs. Siddons lived in Upper Baker street; Faraday in BUndford street; Garrick in Adelpiij Terrace ; Canning in Conduit street: and Nelson in New Bond street ; The idea is a good one, and it is a pity that it cannot be more generally carried out. There is hardly a street or square in London that cannot boast some sort of history, and nothing can better serve to keep such traditions alive than a small commemorative tablet such as that adopted by the Society of Arts. In many instances, of course, the whole house has been pulled dowa, and even its sight cannot be ascer tained. We know, for exampie.that Charles Lam...

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

mf'WI^^^^WW^W^ The attention of tW readers ol tie Dimocbat is c» led to the fact that READY-CASH is take* in exchange ' ¦:. '^1^W0!^0&W'^M :;l^,^^.;, i, :; **tho abtve named tjace, and also to the fact that goo Is bought in this way ,| ' will prove satisfactory because, : ' .. THEY ttti BE BOUGHT GHE&P WHEN CiSH IS OFFERED. ^ ¦¦¦" j ¦¦¦ ¦ ' '"¦ .- .-•¦:. ,:;.-i'-¦:''.; :.¦;::/j . .-'¦-' " - ' i ^;- ' • ' The long contiuuad depression in Wsiness clrclss call for cash transactfons by mannractnrers; and goods t bought close for cash can bo sold at low prices. To satisfy yourselves of this fact, when at Blnzhamton. can and" ex imine the geueral stock of Furniture and prices at 16 Chenango street, . Mfay^iw.. | j AVERY CROUNSE,

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

prjRNITTJRE. ] I M W. ms|nith^Soix^ KxtensivePuraiture War Koom yon wlllflnd thelanest •tockof FIRST CLASSJ AND COMMON * i'pTT^VDg jjt ^rxjFtm ¦ ¦ '\' * To be found in this section of thecountry, of bis own manufacture, and at prices that cannot tail togivesatls faction. They make the Very best EXTENSION TlBLEb '}'- ¦ In the Country,a^d WABBA1*Tihem. XX jp lxx> la * <o »jy-; XRT c» V 2k. Of all k'ada done in the neat**t m&vner. •';•'•"."" i1'1.- I ,:'¦"•:¦> ¦¦•¦" '. SJPJR. X SSF-Oj "33 B X»S OFYAMOTJ^raDS. •¦¦ ,::.. PURE N0.1 MAOTASSES, AND C01|MdN MATRASSES Wh p e r;^k i ng ¦< Tho"3nbi^bei' 'wuiaeVoafteVma: ^k^ a specialty; l\;6W 3»«ttijM^ <M*\*g j»et complet*! HEW and the meat elegant HEABSE In the Sute.all needing his service* win be attended topromptlyaad It satlafcetory charge*. [ {: WHl* Wi SHITH k SOit, Mon*oie.Pa..Jan.M.187l.-B0*-.tf.

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

(jJREAT EXCITEMENT IN MONTROSg ' ¦'' \ .' AT THE . •/; . ; kew Store and ;New Firm .; ¦ ..-.. i • I. ¦'¦ • op- ¦'.• ¦'"•-"':'.'.' • ' ' .¦' WEEES( MfcLHUISH «t €0. ;;..1-'i ¦ ! ¦:..-. ¦..; .SILVER-WARE. '-."¦' m®. ^mm:m watches pii .".. '!'-' .- : N ' ' sat» axlci Jcaijptm, Boots Kept in Northern Pennsylvania, Azxcl Slxoom, . And at the Lowest Prices. at pr'ces lower than ever iknown before in Soequehan- "-¦».'••' '¦''•¦' na County. Not excepting prides before the war. I ABLE CUTLERY xo hbLbs^stsi ^OQK^K^iym,TO(mm^OKS, Kverythiue New J*A We.1, at Popular ^. ?WiW8J STRINGS. *c, *c. Prices. ...'.-.'•'' '" ' .- ¦ ¦ : ~'~" ' . [ .' ' Watches, Jewelry, 4arwpalred by Si'iOOyards of best prints in market, sold durin^the past two weeks,,at 6 pt ice per yard, and stiii ilieie 1b murw 3B», 3T3 IMC-ESIiaaxyx^Kt ' ^Don't be deceived by ofiiers In trade who represent Practical Wntrhmnv^.«^ t„_ i„ . ' on r goods oi inferior quality but come and examine Sil^hi^KSlJ^' . 'H^*^1*" for yourselves. P...

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

| I '' ,000 MEN WANTED, ARMED ¦-!* with Greenbacks, to buy the ^es| made, easicst-rnnning. and most durable Wagon ever made lor the money. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF PLATFORMS, OPEN AND TOP 1 BUGGIES. AtfD PH-2ETONS, EVER OFFERED^ TO THE CITIZEN^ OF.NORTHERN " PENNSYLVANIA. '.'' Particular attenrioh is called toionr'Standard Platforms. We claim to make the best Familv nnrl Vam w.»«n ' combined, evetofled for the money Each Wagon Warranted a^ropresented. WelmploTn&fta t^ertenfSS raechanii'-s. Selecting best of stock for cash and pay cash lor labor, and we have reduced the°prices"?-^Mows: Xo. 1, Platform, Wt Spoke, \% Aklc, \% Spring, .' Top Baggies. Piano Box or Shell body or Broad • Sfeeats, -..; ¦ - . '-j- •¦- - $H5 00 fox, with Enamel Cloth, Top and Damask . Add for Trimming, |5to|8; Break $7. Umng, Patent-.wheels'. - - - ,«160CO No.3,P]atlbrmlMsUe;iK^le.lXSprin? s. , n . Bb^To .PvB™dc»^ing Trimm|ng^,f175 00 \ 4x5 Leaves, Drbp-tail boa rid, 2 Seats. - J125 00 ^noetons. Le...

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

A TURNED DOWN PAfilE. ¦'," §mt §wAm$ There's a turned-down page, as some wfiter says,. ;- '-;'¦' >:; In every human life— j . * A bidden story.of Iiapplt»r| jay3 .'-.>" Of peace amid the strife. t .¦."; A tolded leaf tliat'the' world knows riot—A Jove dream rudely crushed ; The sight of a foe that is not forgot,............ | Altho* the voice be hushed. ; -~.M. -. i .. ' ,' . -' The far-distant sotmds ot a harp's soil strings An echo on the air ; / ¦ The hidden page may be full ot such things, Of things that once were fair. 1 There is a hidden page in each! life, and mine A story might unfold ! ,' But the end was sad ot a dream divine-It better rests untold. ! i—— 4i''';':'

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

. _-_ •.,.»-—-...-:; ECONOMY IN FOOD. ! During these hard times not a .few people liave found themselves straightened as to means But appetite witf ireturri ; the hunger ot growing children will not be silenced by money articles in the newspapers, nor by the hope of better times three months hence. They want something which will give them satisfaction, which will supply the material for growth ajid for exercise, and they clamor for, bread, for meat, for whaljever they like, and which they are accustomed to have. • ). Though we now; write for the beriefijt of those who are hard pressed for means, and^wlio cannot reason down their appetites, there is nO law against the adoption of our suggestions by those who can live a| they piease. Wlien we stand by the market or grocery store, and see what basket loads of crude articles of foo(J are. lugged home by thin, pale, careworn women; wliose purses are as thin as their chicks, arid as empijr, we take hastj''inventory'of; their stock, ...

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

PECULIARITIES OF SPEECH It is very easy to iacquire, hut very difficult to lose, a beculiar jrick of speech or^ manner and nothibg" is moire universal. If we look routid amojig our frijmds and acquaintances,we shalliflrid sfcarcejy one who has not his favorite word, his perpetual |formula, his automatic action, his unmeaning! gesture—all tricks caught probably when young, sjmd,;by not being corrected then, next to impossible to abolish now. Who does not know thej familiar "Isay" as the preface to every. remark;J—and the still more familiar "You know" as;the middle term of ev ery stutnade ? Who, too, in these later limes bits not suffered from, the inflictidn of "awful" and -'jdlly ?"-*-milesionek in the path of speech, interspersed with even uglier and more obtrusive signs of folly and corrupt diction-milestones that are forever turning up, showjng the successive distances to which 'good taste and true refinement hav? receded in this hideous race aRer slang Io which our yout...

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

SEND #OR MOTHER ¦ - ' .--N^-'- : "Dear me 1 it wasn't enough for me to raise and nurse a family Of my own, but now, when I'm old and expect aj little comfort here,His all the time 'send {or mother !' " And the dear old soul grqwls anojf rumbles, but dresses herself as fast as she can, notwithstanding! After you have trotted; hex off, and, got her safely iu your home, and ehtj flies around administering rebukes, and remedies by turns, you feel easier It's all right now or soon will be—Mother's come. > ;. 1 la sickness, no niat|ter who is there or how many; doctors quarrej over, your caste; everything goes wrong Somehow till .you send for mother. ' > •' '! In.trbuble the firlsti thing you think of is to send for mother. . •But this has its ludicrous as well as its touch ing aspect. The verdant young couple to whom the baby's extraordinary grimaces arid alarming yawns, which threaten the dislocation of its chin ; its wonderful, sleeps,'which it accomplishes with...

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

' ' 'SI D ' ¦ [Q.OODS! GOODS = ¦ " ' . ' . - ¦ . '*' - ': '" ' > ¦ ' • - .:¦ ' ¦ ¦ • ' Hm jmit received an E^TI^ JEW . ST OCK OF MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS' . CLOTHING, '¦' ¦¦¦' :-' '-.' :"" • •¦ y.i----- - . 1 At prices to suit the hard »lm«8, MIENSSIITS, tiliflS MISHOilS50 JIB Also a fine lino of RTGOODSy :, ;v;;.;;;|:^s;&;gap^ BppTO | AND SJaOES, *A»KEE NOTIONS, PANOTSOOns. it;-'"'"'.-"1 :::£¦"/' ; ... '#—-':;";:: .'-;- ¦'•'• '•./ S, Oleap forcaib, N» caargss for •tpwtoifinrgoo^* '^¦\'ft'wk'"HArora.' Hew MUford, Kay M, !«f,-tfi A

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

Town, County, andl Variety Eight prisoners broke out ot the Crawford county jail on Wednesday last and made, good their escape., '."¦ ,- j .'- —When,the young ladies hand you a card nowadays with the cabalistic letters Y. M. C. A., it means,''you may call again.'* ^—The Republican Cdurtty Committee met last Friday and fixed upoh the first Monday in August to hold their county convention. ^—In our report of the county, centennial celebration elsewhere, we ommitted to state that the Triton Hose company of Tunkhannock were entertained at the Exchange Hotel. * . A. W. Cooley and men are tearing down the old house of E. Bacon, on South Main street, and preparing to put up a. fine new residence in its stead, to be completed this sum xner.- , i . We were very much pleased to receive a call, an Wednesday W, from "Ned Clifton," who will be remembered )as our Washington correspondent, and whose communications were perused with so much interest by our readers.'. ... :'.',, -—-The heat ...

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

WEBSTER'S NEW PRICE LIST -' |. • 4-5'OR— ' '."''."' SPRING AJftb iSUraSIER OP 1876. .. <| ¦ I .: /'-- -.. :¦:-:'.' -: -l ¦ ;¦-.!' Look at the followipg which speaks for itself. , ":'.' "'s '••-!¦'-.' . ¦-,---¦«':=- ¦" is Heavy oottonade pants : • -••• ••*' tS)~A « Mont woot-mixe<l pantsl -.-• r>-i'2ffiiZ'S Good all wool panrs...i .. ••••••••••v--"v^'SSiXX Importedcassimerepimta................ -^-«-j^«-"" French Doeskin ttanu..;..............--.,,... *Si1A--S >wut workiugme&'a snjts. ?2sSiom Fancy merino psBhnere salts...; Ifflooo MerinoSilk mix^dsmtf...;.-.... ^SoSimo Hnrriscaswmercsalts i.... .. —.. ™|JS-2S Knickerbocker and plaid raits. ¦ ^"^ »Kn Black lrock coatg......;....... .... • ¦ •• • 5.^0® 8.50 i Imported blackftocks,>....l., •.-•.-'ffl™ Fine black cloth* veats; VM* Hn Whitcllnenvests......; l.W@3,ou Boys Suits with knee pants> 3 to 9^ear&. Cotton Baits....i 1.. ....- '••"• 1'S® ?!2 Mixed cashmere enlM) ¦•••^S'...

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

| The Markets/ Xew lLorU. Produce Market. teported Every Week Expressly foi The Montbobx Dkmocrat by Hayden &Dnckworth,Produce Commission Merchants. 825 Washington Street; L .New York. j .New York, July 7,1876. BUTTER. State, dairy plails, select.........24 @ 25 ' State, dairy pails, prime.." .. .23 @ 24 State, dairy pails, fair to good. I .^21 © 23 Statej dairy pails, poor to fair. ...ns @ 21 State, creamery,pails,choice.....25 @ 26 State, sweet cream,pails,choice..24 @ 25 State, swe^t creiam, good to prime22 @ 24 State, sweet cream, fair to good.. .2f} @ 22 State firkins, choice yellow..... .24 © 25 State iHrkir/s, good to prime.....22 @ . 24 State Firkin's, lair to good 21 @ 22 t -:\ ' " CHEESE. State Factory, fancy .......... .10 @ 10}^ " ! •' good to flue...; 9 © 9% » i •".¦ liair.i i ........ S © 9 Farm Dairy,fine.......i. ... 7J^@ .8^ fair to good.... —........6J^@ 1% Skim*.'. • .^.... .-..• 3 © 4 • .(. ¦' ¦•¦ | ¦ "eggs/. .'¦ ' '• State. ].;......|^.... — •••••• •...

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