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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

Dr. } EXPE^ITtlRES QF SlTB^lirEHANNA CQTJNTy,,18 . p -Or. .-- ¦• ' . i- ' ? i f f .^ * ' " r \ U .'*• .? .. ".. 'i - •" ',.'¦ T ... ".'. '• : -. * --\.'- - ." ' • - *-' - ¦ l ' ."^ ' 4 -* -*. :—,—: 1 ! '. x: , : ; ' v ... :. ... ..-^.^ .>..-. ... • v Commonwealth costs '.»».;...$: 1,036 28. By county orders redeemed from No. 1 to No..; Koad views....-».;>,.;..;.....-.;.:...:-¦'.*.* > ¦..-.-... ^91590 526 inclusive... ...J..,.....;.....; .$85,06552 Ro«udamage8i^|V- :...'. ",;^vi.|.|.ai.4.. ¥1,80000 .; ?' j ^ .,?:-•'. v.-. i> | --J'-$ '7 •> LBlakeHeecOTmtyiCommiisi6Bi»..j|jil..l". M 37760 r .- t, I s \-£.\ : i : ?'H-Si a • i EG Ball •• **>"'>¦ • * '«• i-'iri;.*.iT:..:.. ^37750 . . . ' "<s '" • >.' '-'--* r -• '*'¦* :' "!" Eli Barnes, •*• '• 35250 '''"'¦'.¦¦ Wm A Crossmon, late Comm'rs'Clerk 1,00»QO - I ' . . Constables '»«•'. :,.r.ij 1,33835' :A>:'.>'(: Gmndund Traverse"Jurors.. } .'...'3.858 99 ' ' '" . ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

* nnltal'sTATBM^T:;Vi;;:;f;:;; ^^ . .-'<:" :v''-!-V: ",'v.-. ••' .". '-i-'V :^-';/; t^ THE',; Q-; ;:4'?;:V vtj^'XV.-.:.,\-; .; ;¦- - • '• kece1pt§_||^ :' ¦ •• ^ ;. '¦ '¦'" '.:...'.".',: . .¦OF......^'.'¦ ' ' ' \"' '. - ' ' >;:!rsUSi!5^aAN]srA'^DtiNirlg) ¦'.. '*- ''..V ,; 'i"' ¦'¦ . .'«»*.*«*...,, ¦ ., ,' '' .'-l','i .., :. i^r.---'-; '''¦¦-':- ¦ •.''¦v1'--•-- ; 's.' '' <-^v'i " '<'.v- Li-:'!.;..= •< ¦---.-i.r;.j-:>'B- -..tj(i hrili Hade and published in pursuance oi au Act of Assembly of the 15tb of April, A. D., 1835. . .^j_Xj_i:. ^i- •'•'- " V:j-1 r-- '.T-. /- v --:^ *i~-i>-S ¦" -'-W' ^ i'v-"^/:-v p, ' y's:5.t;-'? ¦ ¦¦ ¦ • •' • " • . "¦ •...' • ,\ .; ¦ • . ' . . ; . - . . • \ - - TABLE SHOWING T#E BALANCE OF ";PpLLEGT0|S, -i. ACCOUNTS S FOiiCotikTY Ak,d; S^ate Taxe& for~thts: Year ifes. T Townships and . ¦^¦Collectors, ,. ^.. .f;.^; . j'C^Q-tx a^iy;. ;. I St Ate. . Boroughs. Nanies. Dup. ijAm't. Pd. Exn's.] P'rc't. ! Dup...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

EDWIN. G. TAYLOR, TREASUKEIf OF;SU^rtp^NA. COJJ^lTl^ .?*-'. ¦ [¦¦'' ._;:...;.w"fAccount GjmKEirrjwith '&rii:i C6p^l875.•"'J:''ll)ii^.far.-' __ ¦'/o'fi/ t/ y'r^i' :;•' r\j ;"l/, -:' .. ' ¦' ''I' I -N • '-..';.•'!"¦' ¦17',"?''"'• i r'T^ ' - _, -.....; ' ' ¦ '¦ '. \ ¦ ' I ; ToamonntbaTrassurer's'lt; ais: as^per last \* ' T s By threWe^qdfag-orderei.,....i;....i; -Ui$*'•¦.^v.784 a^A'1 ^^ "P0"---¦••¦-•,•..«,./....$ 4.193S1 i County^ orders'redeemed from No,i to No. - ^ Amotrntof fines «odJury fees -recelTcd < 626 Inclusive .....35,065 62' xA«„rom*!?H,eliae» Sheriff....;... .;... 22116 Exonerations»Collector*,coua-, ,.-.•.„.•¦ ..;¦ Amount of dupllcateeJ'or 1875 ...J.j..... 86JJ4986> ty'tax'...."... ; $32160 i( 3 miiis tax on personal property.*. 134985^ \ Percentage to^^ Collectors, county - reed fromiLbmitJi, collejctori ie- .-'¦ .. tax........ ...,.....;..•-..."..... 1,81122 itirlicja iswd. ' ' 4 IP* '¦¦*.'¦¦ — 2132 82 % Amount rec^d from A"SoBei-'eolVecVor, ,; t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

| A¦ ' \ 1' I AdvertisemeDla New This Week; •;"A tJDITORkS NOTICE—The under-•t*- .dersigned having been appointed-by the Court of Common Pleas, ol i-usquehauna County, an Auditor to distribute the fUnds-in t^e'hauds of the Sheriff, arising from.sale of real estate of Jacob Waymau, at! his office in Montrose, Friday, March 14, 1879. at one o'clock, p.m. , -...''. ,,D..W, SEAKLE, Feb. 9,1876.-4W. i .'••-... e;.-. T^Sjdltor. '_-_r.^_; : ^. ^__ u ¦ ja'.QTJQB,TO SETTL?V !; ;; ; ... ... ., , , - j All persons Indebted to Whvt B. Llnkbery, are requested to call and settle tbeir accounts as goon as convenient, as 1 am,very niuch'in neea of:the money. • >¦,';> Feb. 9J 'Te.'-gw* -" W. B, UNABERY; f^ XfARM ' - ¦'- ':"1-?> |- ;'t";j' -•-...-_, Byoap JBjfclc*'-!'-,. ,-' ¦ • ¦' ';.:'!.'»'' ' The subscriber offers his farm lor sale, in Silver Lake Township, containing EIG 1TY ACRKS.one half improved. Fpr.particulars, address ! THOMAS ENGLISH. ' Box 650,PittatOttPa. Feb. 9.18...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

;AL/-]\y>: >{,<-¦. -.urvrnj :=¦: • v>.-••- .:[^^ ¦¦^•i-i-' -¦^'--'i-H^i .; ,,:',•';•;;.;-:,. !.]..; „.'¦¦ A^PI^QRS' EEPORH|.;. / -¦¦ ¦ y .-¦¦>yAwU;i »:';^-;^v Susquehanna County, ss. >. . We, the7 undesigned Auditors in and for said county ofSusqueli'tTanoj rutt, ia pursuaace ot ourduiies, at the Auditors' \Offiee in Montrose; on: Monday, the 3d day of January,! A. D., 11876, and,did audit, adjust, andsettlevthesever?* al accounts.of the Commissione^s^aTid Treasur'er of said county its ft}llovf,s,,tb',wit:; SWe find upon, a thorough exaniination'ih the bands ot'; E.G. Taylor, Esq., County Treasurer, Four' Thousand Dollars and Eighty-four Cents, ($4,-000,84) county balance. . ¦¦ j _.. ..h:-> We find an overchange in the account of E. G. Ball,. County Commissioner, of thrpe days for distributing Registry papers, amount $7 50, which amount we disallow, and audit the same, in the hands of the County Commissioners for ¦1875.' "V ^'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

M. B. HELME, SHERIFF, IN ACCOUNT WITH FINES AND JITKY •. 'i)j;T--'^.\- "V •-"='¦¦":• . :''^K^FEES'i FO|C 1875.'-^?;' ¦ r: :-; \ '• " Cr. j; To amonnt of fines and inry fees,, as per certl- >' By amount i ncollectable ].....;...„.$ 35 00 .^ficate oC_ the Clerk of the Court pf 3 per cent, retained on f78 for collect- • v Quarter/Bessions •....".: ..$11300 ' -.. ..Ing.j..'-.......,.;>.........:,. ...^ .9,84 ,; i Amount of lines bl Wm. Jay.Ellen McGuire . amount paid Treasurer and charged ¦- " ! ^>> and ThomasKelley, ommitfed lnilast in- '; - in hla account.^.............. ... 7586 : ijnualstate ent .....:..^.;?.i.v..:.v...-»L.C; 16000 ., .... '..—$11300 '¦<- 'l-'M-*'" U-'> "¦"¦¦¦';"> "'¦ -¦ '¦" " 'J-J >.?\i'- i '" ' 8 per cent, retained on $160 for collec- " '" •-.•;''.'•; tiugl... ........ ..... v.;....'.... r;4 60 : ''.¦; .' " amount wd Treasurer and. charged ;,. . -. ' >' - !:'-; in bib account. -...:;i...:.:....'145...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

;.;i-'^ .-; .;,TO;:THEr • vv';-" PEOPLE OF SUSQUEHANNA CO. • I Ladies Awp QxsTixirxN:—The question of \' ,.vi • WHO ^ WILL BE . •; OUR HtlT PRESIDENT. is not^f as much impoitance to yon as the fact thai .. Cf H E A P "¦ ¦ ¦; JOHiKj?.'. %< . ; "..T.,'.-"...:'- .',?:¦' ''' '•¦¦.;¦"".' of Montrose, is selling his entire stock ofgondscon-¦(¦'i Slsting inpartof ::.¦.<' ¦¦ .,,.-' J/e»V arid, Botfi Ready'Made Clothing! , M' •:.;«.. ! !« ; . . Boots tind Shoes. " " " ;¦•- - '- Hats and Caps* ; ,:ru ':-• ; -. - .*:(-;:f:; Y: -!.' t '^"l y^t '¦ - .''.!'" ' ' •?•••'•'- iDR^r.x3ocxpSi.;: ¦ v¦; ";^ NOTIONS AND* H^SIBRyI UNDERWEAR LADIES' CLOAKS, PELT SKIRTS,* TBIMMED; HATS ¦ f AND BONNETS, SHAWLH, SHOES, '¦""* WATER-PROOFS, TIES. RUFFLES. Ac, etc., , r : • ¦¦ ;Mli^?iaHU:\ At 10 per cent less than fir* t coot, (the proof of the Puddin* ie the eating thereof,) for you can find out the truth of this by giving him' a. caftat.blsstore in Post* Building. - ' , 'l-w;i;;; '.. -.; ¦ -.It....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

"•'•'.' | Eiscellaneoas. BILLINGS CTRQUD. | l :>¦' "Afn ¦'¦ '¦ "'O -¦>--r--::y.A •-,: ,< u ' ^ \ -:'¦ ••¦¦ GENERAL -\ i'- 'JlBB{'LIIElAilD:;ACdl1>BMti'-"'V,;'/'' isiiAHiMMiiF, ..••;¦• .•!-:-fi_Uji,"''-' '-¦ '. j 'n: ¦• Aj-y :\\ '" Montroae.Fa. . '''' i; .'i ''. * • -: " '¦'"'' - ' ¦ ''' '. .'¦.'.:..¦/, . ¦¦;,;' ! • i -1 ' - Capital Represented, ^100,^00,000! . _ _ --|-.^ ;•-¦ -.a -. ^ _'_.¦ _*_-'¦.'.'?:-!.'_[ ' »¦¦'* y\ '•''• . : ' • ]•' fire' -¦¦ '•",. --"..; "-, ; ; '• Ffre Aaso^aHon of PhU./Capital A Asietsi $ 3,:6ob,00( IneufanceJCp.ofN,A.,Phil.,-«''' , « * ^ ODOOOO Peunsylv*DiaFire,, Phil., » •/ »- .1700000 Ins.Co/of Pa.y Ph'tla., ' » ' V .i ¦ «s ^' 000 Lycomingiof Maimoy.Pa.: ; '•; 7 *<..?* ,: v«,0po!ooo Laticasferj of Lancaster, . •• ' •«¦ ., 400000 ivewton or Newton; " ¦ -'"¦ •' '¦¦•'!• !. iRonst' HomefnsLCo.,N.Y, •?;• «;, 600o!o0O NaUonal I •• * » ' V,' „' 0, ;K« CoiKirierciiaiFireu'. ' = ' ¦ , -.;;¦ «»f v- .*..,.;. ? SySX Hartford Eire ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

Nod has spent all the* rest of the day to tell me how much he loves uieyand I Wu¥ Gud to^.ukc me,: mo;:e| woMiyot Shallot laa^hirrgly asked him tvhfUn er, if Miss Bacon had not marned ^ ne would have been here to-day, and he itssored methat it was, his >pride, not his love, that was hurt when I sho, married another—that^ he was only fasbmated with hei—ibat he never knv;w whjt love was till he found .his ;'httte :dat|-eyed Ka&;^ and'-what is more astonishing than all, he savs he has loved me for more than a-year, when I thought he never dreamed of me,; and that at Fred s wedding, when I stood thrre leaning on Ins arm; he longed to clasp riie in his arms andaskmetobehis; but he had d i etermined to wait a year before he told me, and become more worthy1 qf his 'white lose,' as he fotldly calls, me. The idea as if I were really half good enough for biml . '>' , . "Fred has given his consent and is going to name his, wonderful boy alter his oid friend and new br...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

- A Man's Neighbors* The Kaleigh (N. 0.) Nfws reports that Rev. Dr. Pritchard, of that city, referred in his Thanksgiving sermon to a conversation held some years ago between Dr. Thomas B. Skinner, of *Raleigh, now of Georgia; and an anti-missionaryis*. Dr. Skinner, he said was eliciting aid fur foreign-r mission*, and applied to this gentleman, who promptly repulsed him with the rejply."I don't believe in foreign missions. . !l want what I give to bcnep my neighbors.5' f ¦ "Well," replied Dr. Skinner, "whom do you regard as your neighbors ? >/ v!Why, thp-e around ine," replied the brother. '." .' , \ -. , r '•' ^ "Do<you mean those whose lan;d joins yours?" inquired Br. Skinner. .': "Yes." ;--. "Well," said Dr.: Skinner, "how much land do y<»u own?" : "About five hundred acres;" "How far down, do you own V'y "Whyj I never thought of it before,but i suppose I own half way through." "Exactly," sa'd Dr. Skinner. "I suppose you do, and I want this money(for...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

Miscellaneous . 1 ): &&&&rt> iSeixdL, I*si. "r' : ¦ ¦:..'; >' ¦ :>-G^kSib^:; ^:fc;-:vS.ENKfcllMfe-.,"' ¦','." ' .*" 6 \ . t. Has just returned frorn New [York with a large and complete assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES ' '•]¦ .'¦* .... :i ::v:. , - ¦"- '¦¦; ¦¦ • ¦ . ;. '-... ; y:' Hats and:CJaps, Notions, &a, &a, ..* . ¦¦ - - ^ I : •• .- ; -, . . •. » -— billing his large "temporarv" on the.: National Hotel grounds. We shall rertain berkuntil our new • - ';¦'.'" ¦ - ¦. -'i '•';''' ' ' . ,' ' ' A> A . . . ' - BRICK STOKE IS COMPLETE ON THE OLD GROUND. .[* j ,", •- ¦ -'• -:' ¦ . .:.-"• ['¦"..-' • ¦ ' -.? "'" ' ''" ,,: v ' '. •••' :yA . ¦;; ¦¦.. ••'.'!._. ^ O- ; .;;;¦ .'-i---; .-•. Our stock is new and bought with car& We will, as heretofore, oflfer the largest ¦ assortment and best bargains in the county. • ¦ ' ' . • ¦ & ' ¦ ' : , ¦ ' ¦ ' . -¦ • " . ' • "'" . - • ' - - ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

~ ! FRANK THOMr SON & CO., I •. i: ' \, (BRJ^CH HOUSE OP JOHN M0NR0B & CO., PHILADELPHIA^ ¦ ^Tenolesale ] 3L.icaL-u.Oir Dealers, I NO. 18 LACKAWAMNA AVESCE, SCKAXTON, PA. ^^^B 1 i'tV ^fe&T^^^v&m^B^^i^^ i^l^^^^^^^^^^^ l^^l " ~ ^>Ht•'¦^''^rf~T.f~t ^j ^?^r b'*" • AM kind* and gradea of DOMESTIC & IMPOBTED WINES 4 HQUOBS, as lowaaai.y honae in the State. Notember 10th, 18T9.-3m | - . . . __.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

New AdvertiBements. ... .^ ^^PAReTSS" W$NT2||t: . ¦'-;'NEW/ST0C^;03| , y^-'v: mf0fc^\ \AT I ' - — ' ¦ WOOLEN SHAWL.S, CtOAKINGS; CASSIMERES, BEAVERS - ¦ AND CLOTHS, Ai |0. B. & Co'B. ' ¦ ' '' '. •¦ PLAID AND PLAIN WOOL AND MOHAIR DRESS GOODS. SILKS, POPLINS, GASHIMERE% •¦¦¦> .DRABTEDESaMXN^ CAS.3LAGKAND COLORED, j y FLANNELS, ROSE $LANKETS MARCEILESBED SPREADS, . WOOL TABLE SPREADS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS , and household! Piirhishiug I ; '-' y . Goods,-' J A large aaaortmont, and cheap, [At G. B. & Co'i LADIES' ANB CHILDRENS' *™WO ^ TODTOAB MENT8.MEK1NO AND WOOL HOSE. FELT aKmTS.G^OVE|. feS.^L,IZES ... Pricestoault, f[ , |AtG.B.ACo'. iULLINERY GOODS. RIBBONS.^0WEB8,FEATHeri BLACK AND COLORED, SILK ANDC01-'TON VELVETS. TRIMMING SILKS, K fine variety, ; ¦ •¦ : |*t G^. ACo'b. DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGsUaCES FEIN" OE3 BUTTONS. SILK TIES, CORSETS, EM" BROroEBIKS; ZBPHYR:a>Y0B8TBD , AND FANCY YARNS.! CAN- .-* VASS, NOTIONS ^ND STA^rPED PATTERNS, Alw...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

^Al Lp .';- '; y, ¦¦¦ •' I \ V ¦ TINWARE, - •'. *...' I '' ¦ • ¦'"¦ • :'..':• A . -- -, ¦ I BARDWABL ¦ • ¦ . " ;: :- - ¦ •! ¦ ' . 'I /,-r ^ -¦¦ - ¦¦"" soifD coiwi^ At- y ¦ .-,. ' 1 ! Cornerof Main andTnrnpibeSta. "i - • . - .' ¦ r . ¦ r *¦ ¦ '• • i. > jMcoaar^raiOfiiaa.l^A—D1ALBBBIK j STOVES TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, Bml<$ers' Il^d^aje, CtTTLERY, ETC., '; ¦¦ ^^l^f'te^.*^*]*^**'.'' :.. Thanks to;onr Friends for Past Favors.;; ; ^ >"' We would he morethanklalto one and nil who kno* thfy have unsettled. accounivwith ub^. th«y wonlaoal anfd settle by the middle of March ite%\./;y ¦¦ ..., : ,',Feb.4,187l(V'::" •.;.'.' '/¦/AA\^V-yM-;., ¦ . . '. i • , i ^-..'.f' " .' l ' ¦ •» ' • P '' ''ABMEnS;^KENOTICE.l,/.j . -^.y'v-. .¦ i " ¦' //'.- v. i ." ¦•• ;¦'¦'"-" ¦ | Beet market price. pald;ln cash j pf ¦ " , CORN, RYE, AND|0XT& « at the Montrose Stearn'MUI.,. . D. A. MP^N, Superintendent. Moctrose.Julyl4.lW6.--tf. , j j' ^ ADVERTISING: chkat; :Good; System'atlcc &...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

FURNITURE. , f b07. W. Smith & Son's ixMhBlveFurnitoxe War sroom you wlllflnd thelargeil stock oi ... OFIRSTCLASS[ A>^ OOMMOF,. E^icrr^iv -xvycnEVB .-Pohefoundin this section of theconntry.of his ow» nannfactnre. and at priceatnat cannot fall to give satis action. Th<y make the very beet EXTENSION TABLEb In the Countryv»»d'WABRA>T them. XJi»li.oXflit»apy "Wo^ J«. ? Of alt k'uds done in the neat**tmakner. • N'. .... .-J. '• ..-«'p jFt s *ar g- ae » 3 OF VABIQUS KINDS. w ' ' ' ' / v PURE KCffr MATRASSES,* AND COMMON' MATRASStb U ri D E r?T A K I.N;0'' iSis^^aBsr'wg&'.sguj WW and the incU elegant HEAE8I! '^J^a .t needing his services will be attended to promptly ana satisfactory charges, WfflvW. SMITH & SON, Montroxe. Pa.. Jan. V i«T9.—np5—tf. ^ Best, calicoes 8 cents per yard at. C1k»P John's. ,. ¦:.'.-. .- '>. . ¦ .; . HijibL^e yt^ laLii^g' - All ncedlnff their services will be promptly a««ntlt' to. Satisfaction guaranteed, ! MA...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

§iiiittoifOtt!fi/ . - : -1 SS2 | ; : ; He Wh» tlie Man. . One evening last week when the whiter blasts moaned sadly around the corners, arid the captains of the ferryboats wore anxious looks seten or eight vessel own-, ers and Haid up", captains sat around acheerful base burner i a saloon near the river. After the'usual awlionnt of growling about'the weather one]of them told a story. There might have [been1 an ounqe of truth abojt it, but the crowd fit certain that, the ;one ouncie was offset by twenty-four pounds of." the "awfnllest kind" of lving^ Therefore a second man told a story to beat it, ;andtheu a thir^ mad beat the second. .When 'the fourth man started out he. said: "'Gentleman, I have also seen lough times.; -':}\ heni l was ] sailing the scliooner Forrune-.forty yea'iB ago two pf us were siv^ptK overboard in a sfonn-on Luke'Erie one black night. \ A hatch cover went withris, audit so hap pened that M'e! both cjlut'chcd it. | Itwas not^large enough to support;t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

y im^S» ' *W i—ii—i — - Waklnff up ^l»« j Wrong Man. lAneyening or two since some of the empl«Jyeeiof the'Ophir Company found Itfibfecated man sleeping oft- hie overalowance of --«,tarantola Juice", among t&aKngs m x>W of the temponiry S5^S»Sh*«*': They] had ^ spme alWdeal more In getting to-tP^; ^K^hd^whe e he:was, or ratier that he wini& ¦^^^^Wj ;'*i\*&^f foSWe^oozyj paijty,; that ^y: wo n d la^^re wi^hl^^ ^^ l ^^ l ^feiMtil^l^ lately been ^e^y*d ^y^fi^ami tnj S&w6r^ »; . » h«^%|o« any more chances—their orders were lm-Tteiwan'lried-tb beg off, stying that H'o'iu no't ~know how he came into the shed, and swearing by all that was good and bad he ibeant no harm but all would ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ notdo..' '' '; ..T-.v;:¦.•• >.-;...:.•• .•¦ .-• :. . • He was seized and dra?gad some distanceupfhe' hill, toward . \the Masonic cemetery, to a plac^ in the open country, where five or six rifle cannon, belonging to the Nevada artillery, have been s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

fiow* pa*TO """"""pRAYER AND POTATOES. at a brother or sister be nake^ d, and destjtute of daily food, and oneof.yo^ say unto tbera, , .win ncace be ye warmed iindfiUcd; not-S andftg >!e give t^ni not those; thirds SSawnwdfal lor the body | what dotUlt jSr?-Jame3:ll :/15, W>..;; .:, ,. ¦ ,.;. '!/" An old lady sat in ber old arra.cba^ ", ; j With wrinkled visage and disheveled jhair, And hungry-worn teatitres; For days and for, weeks her onfoi f^re, As she sat there in her old armchair] Had been potatoes. -; > But now thev were gone ; of bad .or good, Not one waif left lor the old lady's food, Of those potatoes ; . >¦ - •• And she sighed and said, "What shall 1 do ! Where shall I send, and to /wlidtn shall I go : For more potatoes ?" And she thought of the deacon over the way, The deacon so ready,to worship and! pray; , \ Whose cellar was full ot potatoes..J And she said i "I will send tor the deacon to come;; . ^ , '.',' i He'll not mind much to giv...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

MARRIAGE CEREMONIES; Tlie ancient practice of marriage by capture, which has left some traces- even.in our customs and sports—notably-in that popular game ol kiss-in-the-ring, a mimic representation of tho great game of marriage—finds many illustrations in "Mongol life. Rubruquis, who visited the hordes of Tartary, apd was entertained in the tent of the immediate successors of Yen ?- \ -. - '# nis Khan, describes a Morgol marriagu thus : Therefore, when any man hath bargained with another for a maid, the father of the damsel'makes him a feast: in the meantime she flies away to some of her kinsfolk to hide her "self. Then the father says to the bridegroom, "My daughter is yours ; take her wheresoever you can ,flnd her." Then he and" his friends 'seek her till they fir.d her, and having found ber/he takes her by^force and carries her to his own'house. : ¦ r . > ' Tins'simple form of marriage contract is si ill preserved ainbpg the Koraks and Tchuctchus, tribes of northe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 February 1876

THE "OLD FOLKS . - y ' -:—»¦« i • • (We often reflect ;tbat ithe bent and feeble forms of the aged whom; we meet fn pur daily rounds, once bore hearts as gay and blithe and were as full of childish 'foibles ^ as tht»e of the more youthful. They have all passed-through •the same drefcm of happiness, and the; pure romance that filled the heart of the beardless boy when love's young dream enraptured him by the soft cheek and languishing glance of lovely woman—each could tell -his tale of scihool-boy life, and relate the scenes of that eralcrowded with more of love, of passion, and Imore of spiritual truth than any of the tales he had read in after life. He could tell of tender lays he had penned: at midnight by the light of a "tallow dip," and contrast the bright days of his youth with those latfer in life, and even praise the -maidens of his generation! as being more fair than!.modern maids. When young, they had whispers in a willing ear, kisses upon a blushing cheek, and thin...

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