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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

WHAT IS TAYLOR'S CELEBRA TED ELEUTBICOIL?! ¦¦ ¦ -.] It is a medical preparation ; the Chemical combination of which is such as.to neu^-alizo unnaturedproperties when applied to man or beast. What is It for J i i For the cure of any kind of pain.lameness^r wounds or for anything-f equirlng an outwaijd application. Is it as good as other lfnaments for those purposes 1 ':\'Yea.and b'HWr. -'•• ' -'r : -."'" " %-' ¦'".;'"', What guarantee do you give of this? • If itddes not prove so, alter iislng all the medicine, Return the empw bottle where yon |got it Mi get yoiir moneyback. ¦ - j. - f ' " J.---I--•>•*•- ¦-¦-.•- Who are agents for the sale, of this medicine r All tbe druvgipts and dealers in medicine in Montrose and throughout the country. -;. . - ¦., .>:.--.. July86,lOT6. ¦¦!•¦-

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

r m mm m «- , The Gruiil-Slicrinan Story. rrom &t. Louis coines the rathr-r improiiably etory that General .Sherman *ill resign the office 'of\ General, of the Army eoon after "the expiration bl Grant's rrt-Bidenual term, and thac Grant is to be F^iiiacated to the position. There are «iveral coiisiderationg Which make the r«tu»aMon of Orant to the head of the *»rfy unlikely;. General Sherman is hot ««than uf itiUeper>dent fortune^- although »ot without some accumulationvof this worla'a goods- and ihe1 certainly | would ""t surrender hie present; high office to ^'^ge in a less congenial and Wmuneramw pursuit When his salary1was qut wwii tt jew years ago,he protested against jt because fct was then iio't more than suf• 11 i^iit to enable him-to live In am-ioner a''"^nded by >his ^Ution^fr iraii Vpen «' cret that no love was severely straioed «u either side when ^Herman was driven from Washington to St. Louis by Grant's subordinates, and it is hardlv reaso...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

q!arry the iteWs, I OHCARRrTHE NEWS TO^CARY . ".. j AND iEVKRYBODY ELSE 1 • ..-!•-.• . ¦ •:^:>-U^:: ¦,•:.'- ¦¦ ¦ FOR GOOD NEWS is ElEALTHY and REFRESHING HAVE MOVED TO THEIR NEW STORE, | HBIT1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,; (Searle'B New Brick,) Where they will keep on hand1 the best assorted stock ot l' ¦ -| ¦ - , -. .' ¦ ¦ - ; Hen's and Boys' Ready-EIade ®&®wws$tmd DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY, HATS, MILLINERY goods; &o., of all descriptions and latest styles. ! i Give trg a call and Ave win sate rou momkt.— Terms, cash or good paper. Respectful!;, ' S. PILLMAI^ & CO., ¦ ¦/¦-. :*' National Dby Goods &j Clothing Emphobium - i • '• I ; BLACK A^D COLORED ALPACAS, newest shades, 25 cents fleryrtrd, atS. P.&CO.'S First National. BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES.V all shades 3* cents per ya'rd, at S. P. & CO.'S First National. BEST CALICOES.mevr styles and fast co'ore, 6Jtf cenU .per yard.!N at S. Pi & OO.'S First Nati...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

j£GGS ^ EGG S WHITE COCHENS, BUFF COCHENS, PARTfcjpM COCBENS, PLYMOUTH ROGKS, AND HOUDAN8 Eggs for Hatching, - - - $3 per 13. PTYotmg Fowls for sale after August 1st. 1876, at reasonable prices. No Inferior specimens sUdda* from my yards. VF^ A^lm co«*e^8t premium at Jersey Fair, (Berry & Williams stock.) Buff Cochens. Berry A WlllUms «,N it.c, IC i??a Kre,_.Wrltef?rXhat i8 wanUdandpromy replys will be given. Addrcgt. . C.C.GILBERT, March 29.1876.-«m. Great Bend, P.. MANHOOD:; HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! ' " -J* Just published,^ new ediUon of Dr. Culvar-«W well's Celebrated Essay on the fSdkcU¦ <$& J! < l?,,tini»5«e«»«)o< SpermaiorrhojaorSeminkl «.TMl^ e'5- L^y01""'"^ Seminal Losses, Impotcn-SrArW.?i ai^nd Ph•v,l'ca, Ino-Pacity, Impediment, t. r!2^a 5^etc%;.a, l°; Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance;*?^ l^-Price. in a seafed enveiipe, only sis cents. 1 he celebrated author, in this admirable essay, cl...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

TTT^^Trrr-. -. ; . vi-- Ac the Races. | ,",-"¦¦. , ' ¦ ¦ m ¦» ' — " Friday night, about half an hour before midnight, a very respectable Detroiter living on Duffield street Vas heard Reeling all over the front door to find the knob. His wtfe suddenly pulled the door open, conlrontdd him, and, in a file-likevoice inquied: ! "Isn't this a- nice state. of affairs— you not home since morning!" -'Sbottly; darling, shortly," he replied, trying to take her hand. "I've zhusl got back fr'm the,races.'* : ;''" . v ""' ' ' .;; ' ¦ j "What races ?" she" demanded. "H o r-s-e races," hje slowly replied. "Had big time an' made' Sever uunnerd dollars Ooin'to ?et you fourteen silk dresses." "Well you should have sent me word," she remarked aa she hung up his hat. The promise of the dresses acted like magic on her imag ination. .]¦-!" "Yes, but didn't have time," he replied, "Fel'r come 'long in buggy, an' off I went. Ju ever she ho m e race, Mary ?" "No, I never did." " Well, she's big thing...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

It Got Monotonous. Six or seven days ago an old man entered the store of a Detroit hardware man, who also deals in seeds, and inquiring for the proprietor > soon stood face to face with him. j "Want to see mi3 ?" asked the dealer, •'Yes, sir j I do I Seven years ago this coming spring I bought a paper of caibbage seeds of you." , i "I presume so." "I'll swear to it, sir! Seven years ago, sir, and not ^ne of thJse seeds came ni>." "Well, that's iu any," laughed thje dealer. "You may thins it was," said the old man, "but. I'll make it cost you ten tbousun d dollars! When you sold me those seed, sir,%you did not know th£ ;t you were dealing with a lion!"j ! • ' "Well, you stoi> your blowiig and get out of herel" . ' , " [ -' ' . ."Give me a package of cabbage seeq, sir, "I wont." & I ; The old man went away but in an hour returned and said in a loud voice: j. "Seven years aco this coining spring I bought a package of seeii at this store. Not one of ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

v or——'. D bisiramiIIM win: —0 DKT GOODS, CLOTHING, }1itk^^^\ GAPS BOOTS AND SHOES; NOTIONS; WALL PAPER, STATIONERY, &C. In the ''LENHEIM BLOOK,'^ G-reat Bend, Pa S^»AU goods bought with care art<T for cash only. An immense line of Bar ^lul^^e of all kinds Marketed in Philadelphia and! Mew York. • !««jS?rfwine".to-boiihbldandnewcn'BU)nierB. GEO. L. tENHEIM Great B,er/d, May; 10th, 1876. ,(In His New Store.) --r iiih; -^r'r^^ 7y.W& y'vxk.u - ¦ ':":: ;''!' '¦"' UREfsniii- : ' . , .-.¦.•=.¦,-.. ¦¦ •-;..• ,.- .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

1876, lS Facets Better Than Fiction liiflrtiuiw OP GUTTENBURG, ROSENBAUM & CO. / V to compete with us ini prices., < . - -NYork with a'-large- utock of Beasonoble goods, honghMdr ^H; ^J^!^li^^^^^^ &^ ^u?"hca,vier than U9na1'aul m09Uy at ta ^ ^ion'sal^9 ^^^^^^ "/¦ , J Is la C % a OUR STOOK COMPRISES AS USUAL, ' [ DRY GOODS, CARPETS, MILLINERY AND FAJCY GOODS, LADIES U ' _ UU''^'- MP GENTS^FURNISHING GOODS, Re^dy¥M-aa e °x °.'.*Jy'%x^9 ] • Of our own msamfacture and well appreciated for Ite superior workmanship HATS, CAPS, &C, &C w «'iA;Ar ninth. raaBlmers sud ^uitiKM; for Cnetom Work. Measures taken and perfect"fittingguaran-^&fX ^^^^tmS^'ti^me^ttffi. Prlceilst fumlshedon applica a. cmtorn' We win say for one and all, that we defy competlon. Respectfully yours, | GDTTENBURG, ROSENBADM & Co Montrose. April 12,1S76. ^ M. S. DESSAUBR, MaUagtogi' ——'-—; - • ,.' , :. , . . ... . " .; --• ^*"v ! '¦ '.'-' x -...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

. -'.'i An Economlcali Female. v ^ Yesterday morning the female head; of a family living on Benry street called at a Wo'od-¦ ward avenue grocery and asked' for prnnes.r-Some prunes were exhibited and she inquired ; 4D<> yon warrent them.?" -, j \ ( • ;">we do.".>;:- :.-1 v,, ;:i .•".•:V-:'!-'-.v '".Perfectly fresh, aiethey?" v ' '' "Indeed' they are." " ,•. '. j . .• . ; j' '':.- •, ;-'.' "No worms in them ?" j ' ^ , . ."••Nqtk.'worra.",'. ' V-'•/•'•¦• -.-¦ ''¦:>¦ \.:':' '?Full weight, are they!" / { ' : J '•Pull weight, madame." ^. ; ; ' ^Sweet^ are they ?" ".'. ¦') ¦¦• -.'; : ^ :-;. : ;.;::y-" : VI W!&tt»nt them sweet."-'lv,::-,: ;•';:'" ';;'v',',;-•--'"' '"No'pitMnthem?" -"-^ .'•'¦¦•'¦:.;.•'"'.';'/;:;. . " "Not a:pit." , {\ ^-.^i.': "And a prize package with every^-pqmid f she asked, after a pause. j "Yes, madame.1' \ { "Arid a^chtomo too ?" - f; "Yes, and a chromo, too" She nibl»led at a prune, knit her brow, and Anally asked f'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

A Pairlolic, Jury. v .. .—»*— . ... Mr. Charles M. Lee, was a well-known crimnal lawyer, of Rochester, New York, j He summed up a case with a superrluehcy of vgestureand.au. affluence of wrsplration, that wouldbave astonished even John Graham in his vehement und «nelting triooda. Lee wasdefjndiiigan old I Evolutionary soldier for passing a forged promisary note for s'ome$30. : " v J - There was lardly' the laintest doubt of his guilt, but Lee coutnved | to gbt before the Jury a iact that the accused/when a dare-devil of 19, was one of the storming party that followed Mad Antho/iy Wayne in his-desperate assault upon §tony PointJand helped to carry the , wounded genjiral into the fort during that terrible fight. «'-•'"'.' ! In summinj! up, Lee" after; getting over the ugly points ol the evidence as best be could I undertook tb carry the juryj by' esc ilpade,, on the^ ground of the prisoner's j revolutionary ser .vice. -,...'.'. v "' • :!' He described in graphic language the b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

nmw. , '". ¦ , ..v Q.OODS QOODS ... .. ... . i ^ ... Has just received an ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF MENS', BOYS' AND» YOUTHS' . CLOTHING; ?'.'-.:'¦ •':•'¦' .' • - An prices to suit the hard times, mehs' suits, aieas BOYS'& YQUTKS' S5 TO $f 0 Also a fine line of DRTGOODS^ ::;;;:HATS;&;eAPS, BOOTS•! AND ' SHOES, TANKEK NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, , * ' « . Cheap forcafh. No charges, for showing our goods WM. HAYDENl. New Milford. May 3d. 1876.-tf. ... ) pOE 1876. .;.:; ..- L * JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. 'With otr four presses, a large assortment of plain and fancv job type, borders, inks, papers, cards, etc. and experienced workmen, ;we are prepared 1o do AH Kinds of Job Worik at the LOWEST PRICES. Promptly upon receipt of order, (by mail or otherwise,^, we can furnish Wedding Invitations, ; EnvelopeLBill Heads', Statements, Note Heads, Box Lubels, Show Cards, Admission Tick- ets,Tall Tickets, Law Blanks, Auction Bils.Larfie Posters, Small Posters, Bottl j Labels, Calling Cards...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

pURNiTURE. - • ' '!-'¦'.; . - ;: '' ¦ 'f At W^ m. Smitli & Son's KxtenaivePurniture War sroom you wlllflnd thtlargeet - •¦v itockof FIRST CLASS AND COMMpif 3F1Tm.TSj X *FTJ*tJB3 To be found In this section ni the country, oi his own manufacture, and at price* that cannot lail to give sat l» faction. Thev make the very beet EXTENSION^TABLEb In the Country,and WABBA *TT them. ;XJ i> 3btoX¦tory.7\7BT._€> v.!«.. Of all k*nda done in the neati^t manner, | SFHXNG BSD^I \ OF VAlUOUSKINDJi. PURE NO. 1 MATRASSES, AND COMMON MATRASSES; U N D E R TAK I N<5 '' The subscriber will Hereafter make tuv, aderustog a specialty in hia business. HavlBt; Jutt completed a NEW and the mcttelegant HBAESK in .he State,a!l needing hi* *errlceB will be attended to prompt! ji^nd.at B«iBCiM5torycbJ»rge»i -'.;-^, -:.'. '' j i^.^^W^ < Montr«Be.P»..Jan. 8' «swa;-ttej^-.tl/ -'-; ^-S-'v ¦.'•-: :';-y':77^^\'--:y ^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

J.fi.BAmntSv | E Q,BtA»»iH« I J.'»L Cohowi. Barnes, Blanding A, Co., |«atMc ami 6tanitc Wotb, [BsTABtiemsD w 1840.1 JCANXJFACtUBERS OF ALL KI?lD8pP MARBU AND GRANITE MONUMENTS. MANTLES, &C. J ALSO, ,'.-.• S IMPORTisRS OF SCOTCH GRANITE, - 26 Ohenango St., Near Depot, MarohB. 1816. ! BINOHAMTON^gJ] A NEW, 8TO0KOF ! JuBtredyvedandfor*al«by wbB«. ^TJPKBUINB ;'.'/-,,- 1 £-¦% ¦• vF''L"0!ir":Ri"-.:--Foraaleby ^ f ; g..^ wbbb.-><-: ^:"-: --•--. '• / 7:7: - .7;''- :f ^ ^1 80, ALL K1NB8 OF , •'^ . ¦^ ^^/-GBObiBBIBS, ''fe**^*?l ^X:;¦¦¦ ••= :"-7 b. J. wbbb. '' j -'^i-'Vl.--'¦'¦¦/ ¦¦*¦<'*:¦:-•'' '''""'¦ ¦ ''.'• .'•-,'.;-i;^.:.^3r©i»Ia^Oap«*»M6©*' .'*$&*&' ¦:¦;¦:X'i7^ -:.-^Vj;: " -H.J.W5BS.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

A. S.MINER, BINGHAMTQN, •'-'.'•'-' WHOLESALK DEALER IN BRONZE LAMPS, OPAL'LAMPS, ALL GLASS LAMPS, HAND LAMPS, BURNERS, WICKS, SBADES, SHADE HOLDERS, &c, &c. 11RY STYLE OF FLINT A! C1M0N GBilffl . SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN _ ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF •TII^ -A.KT3D 3"-A.I*J9L3XT3M JiiJ-> . XFIT«A.ii.H-. jPrfces Guaranteed as Low as any Mouse in SoutJtern New York. ' Address by Mail Wptaptly Atlended To. March81,1876. A. S,'MM. ' -'¦a- ' : ¦ ¦ ¦ " """ '"*

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

; §ttWWfe ¦ Plain Enough. I am looking up and down; TJp and down, through the town, For a little house to dwell in, t A iBhelter and a nest; I ' 7'' }'7 But though thVbuda are swelling, f 1 And the springs ffom earth are welling, ?1 cannot find a place tor my rest. " ' —Bote Terry Cooke. ' ..' .'. ¦ . '- - . '•¦ " ) \ ¦ -.'.• ¦''> " ¦ If you had paid the rent, n Up and down, every cent, jr Furthe little house you dwelt in 'Week on week/ Though buds might swell and Bwell And the springs from earih up^well, You'd quickly get the little place you seek. : ..¦.- •,-''.|"-' ;; —Louuvilk Courter-Joiirnah

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

¦ T>EST JOB PRINTING AT THE LOWEST »ATEg We are ^continually adding new matertaV ^ ^to our bfBce, and with our Large Stock of JOB TYPE and FOUR PrintLig Presues we Defy Oomepetlon Both in Price: and? Quality, either lm Plata Black or Colored Work.. HAWLKI 4 CRUSKB.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

WE LAYTJlSpOWlf TOJ3LEEP. ^m^f^wj, | ; We lay U9 down tq sleep, .! x And Wave to God the rest; Whether to wake to weep, - 'Orwake no more be best.., -Why vex our souls with care? ^ The grave is cool and 10|W; Have we found life so fair!' That we should dread to go ? r We've kissed love's sweet, Ired lips, v And left them sweet and red, The rose the wild bee sips Bloom on when he is dead. Some faithful friend we've found, \ 7 But those who love us best, When we are under ground, Will laugh on. with the rest..'; \ x I No task have we began, J ' But other hands can take ; No work beneath the sun, ' «. :'¦:-For which we neea to wake; - Then hold us fast, sweetl death, • , If so it seemeth best. ' To JHim who gave ua breath, • That we should go to rest, j We lay us down to sleep, Our weary eyes to close ;.. '' Whether lb wake and weep, . Or wake no more, He knows.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

BUT TWO PICTURES These are but two pictures, both to the life, and full of human teachings. TJiej little house, close to the street in a pr>6r quatiter of the, city, was old and shackly ten years! ago, yesterday when a bit of black ribbon, hung oil the: latch, and told in a route way that death was there. Little children went by on tip-toe and with bated breath, whispered,'"old AuntjKate is dead." True, and truer to nature even, was the query oi these, children, "what'il crippled Annie dp now," Crippled Annie ;-a fair-haired, brown eyed child of nine years, who had been a cripple from wee baby-hood]; onlv able to move slowly on her little crutjphes within the narrow circle of the one small noom. Crippled Annie, with a tender, pleadiuk face, watching the children at play from the .window, never once knowing a moment free from pain. A Sweet child face, that won! its way into the hearts of those who daily pass, and of the children, who played their: games ol romp, within s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

FRIENDSHIP Friendship is a good dejil like china, ijt is v«y durable and beautiful as long asit iajquite wlipie; but break it, and all the cement in the w«rld will never quite repair the damage You ttay slick the pieces together so* that, at a dis-, lance, it looks nearly as well as ever; but it *on'thold hot water. It ^s always ready to feiyeyuuif you trust it i and it is, on the whole, a very worthless tiling, fit only ^o be P"i empty on a shelf. ' ( The finer and the more delicate it is, the more utter the ruin. Tenderness, and trust, tod sweet exchange of confidence, can no more, ~*e J'ours when angry words ajid thoughts have "wken them, than can those delicate porcelain ^acups which arc splintered to pieces be re-' s'°n.'d to their original excellence. The sligbt-^ crack will spoil the trucking, and you had ,Uer ^arch for a new frien^ithan try to:mehd li«--(ikl one. " ' .' .' - '¦'¦•'' ;.:1 ¦;'¦'¦ Aiid all this has nothing to do with iorgive-Je«i- One may forgive and be...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

THE SOAP] MINES OF CALIFORNIA The rock soa'p mine is situated in the lower ntoumainaor foot hills ot the const range in Ventura county, live miles from the city of the same name. Ij, was discovered by A, F. Hub bar4 while proipeating lor coal. He accidtntallyVdislodgcd sojiie' that fell into water and dis. solved. It being a new experience tb see rock dissolve, he gaye it his attention.found it soapy, took it home jto experiment, with, and soon learned its virtues; yet, strange to tell, his family used it for nearly a year before it was given to the public, when Mr. Hubbard associated himself jwith Messers. Crank and Bickford,]forming the present company who are sole proprietor^ of this wonderful mine. It is accessible only! through a canyon leading to and opening upon the beach. The coast line stage road paises the mouth oi this canyon three mile£ Below the mine.; This canyon, or ravine penetraltes one: of the wildest possible volcanic regions. A little stream follows its cou...

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