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

Wanictl: .|« 1»? «"; »««op I "gave vou had any experience in tU bnein^ss ?v* we asked of a"'veitaMookv ing youth "who. applied for an editorial po^itib^ the <^teday- AyA^: ^i^y'^x;0 "Haven't I bought ?^' he.repliedy as he shoved, pne m$. M® " M •$$*fh, f the^ilnskillfu}; patching .of a tepkwoodB cobbler, mtm say' lid had some experience, uaveit'^ IcOf responded i##!;the Pumpkihville ScreaMer for pix weeks? Hain't that experience-enoiigb/ „ ;.iV., ,; "That will do.*ery,iWeli," we replied, "btit'^hen'we^ke '/ypu'ng men on our , editorial 'staff; M" generally | put them through an exiimiuaiion.' How much iaretwelvelimesone?" ..: ¦ -;-am t ,-./ ^TwelWW -itm hnf little1 boy oughtto an—" - . , , ''r ^' "Hold on, .please—don't be too last—who discovered America?" >'-"- ^lumbus 1 Pshaw, them .questions i^iistlaseasyas^' ,..:,..::- y - «Who was.tbe first man/¦ V „ „ «fAdamI Why, mister, Ikhow all—"What was his other name^.ti;; - "His other neine ? ^hyr;W ^didn't 1 havevno...

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

.- -il _ :: -^--.ifflsceHa^ y t';' ; :':'v::" /, il^ilffiffflSwiliWf mw'immm%:i, ¦: « * &. « y m: j;•* a , CSrlTO^'t 13033.C3L, -aP»- i^$^0^^^^t"'' mi ¦. '. '¦'>¦-' ¦"-" • ¦ V - t^^?: -p;:¦ "¦* ¦ ' "- '¦'¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ '' .- - - Has lust returned iromNew, York with a large and complete assortment of, . v.;----.;. ,;U .J.-^n'i^-3o iM'-- .-•¦";..;--' .'- ¦¦ •.-" - . ., '_,-;. •¦ •..-¦ • ¦ DRY :-aSobS;-:ttLbTMii'N^ " SlsYY-rA- -fmfSxm yo • wyAU,tX • MIIT 1-' iYfOnH ;, ,.;,- f •mm Fi ling Ms iarge "temporari^j tmr^hey-National Hotel ;grounds. ^Wegliall "¦ '"•. •¦; xi~'ti*^ "®w '''".'' ...¦. "•: -y:::'."."'"'1 ^^; S'''^tffeb^s" ,|0MK^ -;-ii''^-; -iC--^---:«-v:- • ¦: .;-»>•- - :r ,.',-:;:•; ^:-.v -•¦'..,«. ¦ .!.--:••. ir--r'-' .. -.-. y: - -i -.-':--;.;. : i^-\ U u- - i?:!-:' . ¦ ;.;., ..'..; .;,.r* ; ,,. ,.,. .,;.:>;• !,'. ¦ . . .-, • .; >': - ¦ - .-.-¦ -" ¦•¦•¦>'^ ¦¦r-X->- "¦•¦¦¦ '.' .0—r-r-r - '•¦/¦'¦,.-.- r.-•.- , ¦ . . ¦ --...?¦¦. --' -t ¦...

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

: !;FRANKi:TtE^MPSQ-^ -I (BBANCH HOTJSB 6f JOHN MpNKOlffi & CO., PHILABSJLPHIA,) I ^ix^los^i^ I ¦ luiQ^iiOir'';; ¦'xiejalers, I ' ,;-!8b., ^# LA^KaWaXNA AVEXCE. §CKA^TON, PA. '. > • --., - I yrHnds and grades of DOMBSnC & IMPOETED WISES & LKITJOBS, « W »• »T ho"0 In the 8tate' November lOtt, 1876.—3m ] \.. . ¦ ¦ '..-.-, v- :>:' i ?" - .

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

A;.:S:[MINER^ BINGHA?MTON, N. Y., ' ^,, -: jWHOLBSALBDEALBR IN. •'-.l-';¦' '. EVERY STYLE OFMT!^Db«ii^P!^ . —'-'•" SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS . IN : Bronze tamps. Opal tamw, Ag^. * ^ - Bnrnew, Wicka, Shades, Shade Holders, **., o^c ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF Tirar \A.srxi ir^3E»-^.»a-OTax> xTfr^iMi. JFWuw Guaranteed a* Low a* dny Home in Southern tfa» Trih . Addre« by Mail Promptty AtUndcd To. "' .March W*n. ¦•'•;'• y^:' Ays^JHW^BT^reT JOB PRI\T1IV« 1 ^~ . '' AT THE JLOWEST BATEQ B We we%ontiuually|adaing new material to our office, and with our £> Laree Stock of JOB f W?e| and POUR Prlnlkg Presses, we Dery Opmepellon Both in Price and Quality, either in Plain Black or Colored Work. »AWLBY afCRUSKR. \ ¦ _.. i^ . .' ... ¦ ! " — '

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

yNew^dveitlseiiieiitsi i ...K. prbMrs poS^ winter I iiilifliODS! • ¦ : >\ ' ' . .'!. . . ' ' AT ! . ' ' < V ~ ¦"'"-' ' '. :• itift,!^ wSsi^en' shawlsS ' (SioAKINGS, yW-OiiSSIMERES, BEAjVERS AND OLOTflS, ! At a. R. & Go's. ..- i'» .i>-:-r-r-Tr::;.4:i'y.-'^^. ^HAlj^ESS GOOgS^LKS, .POPLINS, GASHIMERES,, ¦ DRAB TB DBS A!LPA CAS, BUCK AND ->:-s -'¦'¦¦ •¦'¦¦-f-T-' COL0REp,'f'" ''':"5;'"" ¦'¦' ¦ ¦ . - . ,5 , FLANNELS."-.'ROSE 0fe^ETS yiMAHOEILES BED SJfl^ADS, WOOL TABLE SPREADS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS.;.-,, ¦,;,..., ^nd. honsehold r, , ,? • ' ''.]-¦[¦ y'A'.--u^' Goodsiyy •-¦ , ¦ --'¦'..'•' Alar^e aasortmen^and cheap , -j-' ;At Q. R. * Co'j tADW AND^^S^i^^SS^ ~^}1ENT84 MERINO AND ..WOOL HOSE, FBL.1 : SKffiTS, GLOVES. &c.. &C. ALL SIZES ^--'^AND QUALITIES, Pricestosuit, ;; y .,..:t:'.,*».p^.*'^ [IXLINERY GOODS. RIBBONS. JipWEM, PEATH-; ere, BLACK ANttCOI^Ep^tLKANDCOITON VELVETS. .TIUMM1^0 slL^3' ^^variety^'v^Y , ¦r'- ^\^t ;Q .^^i...

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

; SCARLET FEVER'>¦'-': We publish the following article on;. the above subject from Goocl Health, which is said to be ot greatvalue: ... -V? :_.-;-<><- ¦¦ ¦¦> . . It is-as unnecessary fora child to diejoi scarleUeveras it is that it should, be blind with cataract. Let us see:? At any time: before the body has finished its;inefleetual struggle we are able to help it, not by wonderful medicines, bat by the knowledge of ahatbmy, and the application ot common sense. We consult sympathetic nerve, and do what it commands m to do. We must give ihiis child salt':wheh jrtwaats It; we miist give "it acid wBen it has fijver.and anxiously craves it—not vinegar, but lemonjuice, because th.3''first coagulates albumen; add the latter does notion account of the surplus of oxygen which il! , eon till h's.v To imitate the soothing mucus in the iuteslmes, wliicjii is.now '¦wanting, and to,give stuiie' remiratof^'food at the initio titoe, we ad pi some ^ i in ar...

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

THE FOP. ; i' . . ** The fop is & complete specimen of [an outside philosopher. He is one-third .co]ar,;One^eighth patent-leather, one-fourth, walkinglstiek, and the remainder gloves" and hairi As to remote ancestry there is some doubt, but jit is pretty well settled that lie is the son of a tailor's goose. He become? ecstatic at th« smellof hew cloth; He is somewhat nervous, and to dream of tailor's'.bills gives < him the nigbi;mare. By his hair one would guess that he Was dipped like' Achillesy but it is evident that i;he goddess' held hinvby the head itjsteadof ihe heel.- Nevertheless such men are uselnl; if there were no tad-poles there would; be fid frogs. They are not so entirely to blame for beitigj so devoted to externals. ,|»aste diamonds must have a splendid setting to make them sell Only it does seem a waate of-material, to/put five doh lars worth of beaver on five Cents worth of .brains, -¦.-.„-.--,-.:;;:;.--,.- /:-:i I",:.-y

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

CHARACTER. . We may judge a man's character jby, what he lovesrrwnat. pleases*bira. If a person manifests delight inr low, eordid objects, the vulvar songalid debasing.ianguage, inthe^misfortunes of his fellows or animals, we may jat once de termine the complexion of.his chajracfer. .On t he contrary, if lie loves'purUy.'trujth; modesty —if: virtuous pursuits engage uiaj tyeari, and* draw out his affections--we are, satisfied that heis an upright man.'' When we jsee a young man fond of fine^ clothes, and mak; <js a tT.p of himself, it is ia sure^isigu that h^' ; thjnka.the world consists of outside show and ostentation and heh certain ^ to make an .unstable man, without true, ^affection or friendship-, fond of change and exclWm'eht, and wearing of those objects and pursuits which, for a time, give him pleasure." ..-:-: yi ¦. - .;[¦¦ .: ..:V- If we eihbrace'fjrror we r/^ectt" triit^, and, tbe rejection of" ttni^jtjien; iieQe&sarily involves in itine,rejection o...

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

CELLULOID The invention of the mate»ial known asceljuloid has not only - placed a new word in the dictiouary. but has produced a revolution in many branches of industrial art. The word "ciplluloid" takes its name from, cellulose, the chemical designation applied to the walls of the cellsof vegetabb fibre, and the Greek adjective 0«fcw,&ignifying that which bears a resemblance to something else. x The materiul is coftiposedof nitrocellulose—jthat is, cellulose treated with a mixture of vitro! and nitric acid and gum camphor, together with such pigments for; coloring matter aa are appropriate to the production of different kindp pf celluloid. In brief, the process consists in reducing the nitro-cellulose to a rfrm pulp, and mingling therewith thirty or forty per centum of finely pulverized ;gqiu:camphor\ with suitor bie proportions of coloring agents and subjecting thei coin pound to immense pressure in a heated receptacle. When the heat has reducetl the camphor to a liq...

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

MAKING A PROFESSiok Tliat '!it is easicMo preach thantp practice," Is an old saying, but it is still easier tp make no profession wktever.": T-hp world atilarge expects so nnifli from'tho'se: who set themselves up as examples to others, that it is po wonder so few attempt it,aM-simply content jthenii selves with being 'passively good and drifting with the main body of the human current that surrounds them. He who conscientiously endeavors to do right and obey thejdlviue; injunction of doing. u«tO; others as he would have others tlo unto "him, often has a'thankless task to perform so far as he may expect to be re wariled in this life^nd in regard to worldly suc cesses apt to lag bebiud those who are not similarly burdened-with the duty'¦¦they- owe thjrir fellow men. .Too often the; bulk;of sociejty cither through bKhd prejudice,; to 'serve some selfli-b' end, or froni having b^nilie prey of those who-r<jany. were^woiyes iii sheep's closing, sneer at those whptiViuUthe ...

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

¦ ~~~~~ tJie good teacIierT .;-..,:'; ^—^ T^- '¦ ¦ • t ' •¦ -'¦¦-¦ '¦' ' *'¦¦•- :-^-^i^— 1 • : f-—'••"TT? - •-.' 'I"--* Aces past there lived a Teacher, ,-.;, v;v lb a distant Eastern clime, k u.,; |.;,.-j. Who unlike the modern preacherv ,-. ;-;>¦ ' '< Wavcrrid hot, nor changed, witb lime ;, Livedo Hfo;so p/ur(pQ %jj:i;y: .' ;>£¦!'::,;; No rcprbachcould Stain his Jiame;. '¦ iiing^l with earth's poor and lowly, ^ . : Heedlessboth'pf prai^ahd-blame, • . y.n He the oniy'way to.Heaven: ;!:!ii< tn? vo ';¦ clearly showed to sinrcursed man.? Told of'peace, and' sin'sforgiven", •-¦.-•? Tai^ht Salvationts wondrous plan; y ; \ PhdnVP0^^-0^,^?^ v ^ ;> '-y-1 Which abounded in His day ; Painted Hell and tthliVUen-ort,-.-,¦' 4-¦ In a strangely, fearless way. | , ;*v;= Yet.His words of^Indikss sp^en.'y:,,; Cheered and comforted the sad, ^ .-v Healed the hearts by sorrow broken, ,....• Made the mpurningspiciU glad, Oh I a sweetly mystic,power ¦,-,;, •¦¦...

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

I \- i ¦ ;-r—— -—t-4^ . ' .^[ii: ] , jiiscellaneous, -;,> y.-.^ iKrtfe' (|rMt; ;Mi?t^ATi()f|iSji' !JL• Vegetiflc ha|attaiioed'in;aHpartfc'ofthef:otthtry$* ;s'.,' ^( dreaj'.ancj 'Good -"Meclioifff^'- *;^.j¦ r and the large nndiber'or. ,teetlmonia1» wbich jtfevebit irantly pemg received from persons who have been corec| by it^u^fe, ufeiic<)qcju8ljre. proof of Itscreag valnuf-Itle reconimenacH by phyHiclans and 4pothecarlea^;.Afl aBlbod-PtiMjfler'atad »eklth-HeBto«r,"itbiii*no eqtfal:! . ^egettog 14 Dptjprepared for a fan^y dr^k fl!»de,froin, p'oorMlqiioirs whlcti debilitates the system and tends to d^troy fce$JfhIi»te»aof:r^atdring;^. .'.:¦ -W: y-• J ^'?'<. CANN0T BE ^KCEMJEm^ f• >te.»H„B«STE>kl5S >t_ ¦^¦unu-ih. jy;r.i;j;T-{hl'«j ¦-"'iJifriB !?IH4-Tm08tcheerfullyUdd my tpsttmony to t^e grp»it wrnvber yoi hRW.'silrea'dy recehtW tn'tevof offotxi great a»d good ui'edtcinel, Vegetine.jforJ^p.JWttWiit rnohgheiffhe ^ajjd In l*s prsl?e,lftri; I Was...

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

Miscellaneous. \yy~y-- ¦ <.. -.r.-j ¦'¦¦ '¦ ¦;i.v)'-:J T-:.f-.-..t;.-.- ¦-,-JPALL AND WINTER ^CofaS, ¦ ^ ;:-0 .-;! :;¦.•::: ;:. 7«J1U& RiC&l^ed ~''W ¦•-."''' ' ¦Xz:U. .:'/-'¦• -'.•':;'¦:'¦.?,£:•.•> J;.:.- :':<?s'.<.':¦¦'¦' yy^y^yi.- - ;*iiiir ~"i US "q-^TPXrr-J.'.O :•!-.i'-i.:r." ,-^i'iij.'"s'"* ' ^milSt^W :H*YlSfN,:iJ * ¦ '! -VSjl-lli i :>l.. ,"!V!!J!i '<: J..I.-....J i> iTT* T-I }.}.l ''nlT ]!yr,:!!y .t5» 1 ,;-ia.-t;.w-. -rfil.:V.i;-.K.'..i,:(..t '. STAPLE & FANCY ojDRYaiGOODS^ ',. . BpOTS^ BHp,ES ^ R4ilAyY- . - ; .^f^^-'^^Hmi^^v Y? 'i... 1 IT i.'-T "v?iTrTTT-.':;i ;>'-i-i^owr*- . Dress Doous, a good assojetment.. Prlnto. all the hew andJlitfey'pattenfs te-tttf'rirarWct;:> White"Qbodai g^catpryarie^f.j- Jft ^j f-^yii ry> ,';^>i' <*"U. ni lu-M bmwm&'kM1' itnble3idpfefi SHIRTING ^^OT^ONAl)^,JJ ' -j-f:tvriDErars. TICKS, >i:,?j\ .^y--::y'STRt^'i!; —' ' ¦ &...

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

——? Business Locals- ; —; : ACKNOWLEDGMENT. - ! We take this method to rebder thanks to our friends for their very agreeable company and liberal donations made at tlie parsonage, Feb. 3d. Also toother friends for their gilts before and'since that time. "The Lord reward thehiL" ."'„ y - • ! J. H. Wkston, " '"".' " | E.8. .WESTON,' .,:,. ;,-- ¦¦; - ; p ^A Weston. Brooklyn. Feb. 12,1876. T Washinoton-j} BrRTH^WAY Lbctuke. '¦•'•] The Rev: Patrick, Tpuer| of Towanda,- Par.-, who has matte such, a grand reputation in tbej lecture field and who has been so favorably no-i Uced by the press ot tue\cduntry'*. wllllecturej in St. Joseph's Catholic Church-,on Tuesday^ February 22d, (Waahingtoh's Birth-day) at, 4 o'clock'p'. ra.: Subject^'Sl.Patrick's Mission; to Ireland." Tickets, 50 and 25 cents. All are cordially invited toiiB present. • -. - I St. Joseph, Feb. •101187!8.1^ I A Card. ." ?* ';' . . :... .. ,-,-- j The undersigned gratefullyacknOwledg-S the generous donatiofrot f 1000...

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

TOWN, OOITNTY, AND VAEIKTY .Woman's Temperance )Pr,ayer Meeting al the M. E.'Church, on Thursday; at 2 o'clock, p.m. . We<add thirty-seven ijntiwt names to our •obscription list since our last issue. We shall certainly "double our hay crop' at this rate. : Montrose Fire Companyj, No. 3f>illhold their Bhtth Annual Rece^tioiiV at Firemen's mil, on Friday evening, Feb. 25th, 1876., The public«re invited to attendl —-3k C. Sisiyre has placed a very fine street lamp^n the corner ot Cherry and Turnpike streets. Mr. Sayre intends to keep it trimmed and^mrning every dark night Susquehanna Grange, No. 74, P. of HM willlipld a Sociable and Mite Society at their HalHn Montrose, on Saturday.]at 1 o'clock,; p. m.,ifeb. 19th, 1876. AH who can.enjoyi a |gpod iime are invited to be present |; v M.iL.CATi.rN, Master. _The Ladies' Aid Society of SO Paul's Clmrch, will bold a, sociahlloat the residence pf H.J. Webb, on Friday evening, February 18th. Refreshments will be served be...

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

; aar.A.mi.iAq-3Bjs. (JHOss—Carpenter—In Harlord, Feb. 2, 1876, by Rev.-D. Oi Barnes, Mr.-D.'E. Cr«Msof New JMiltord, and Miss Mary I Carpenter, of Harford. VanGorder—Brooks—At the house of Benj. Ackley, vVyalnsing, Pa., Feb. 8,1876, by Rev. J. B. Sumner, Stevens VanGord«r,ot Monroe-•ton, acd Annie Brooks, of Wyalusing. S-! 'anford—Van Loss —At the M.: E. .parsonage, Haw ley ton, N.' Y., Jan. 3lst, 1876, by Rev. S. S.Spencer, William S. Stanford, and Miss Olive VanLone, all oi Liberty, Pa.x SlIEPARDSON—DECKER-rriLi tbe.,hOJ18e of[E. V. Decker, in Harford,Feb. 1,1876, by Rev. D. C. Barnes, George D. 8hepardson,.of Gibson, and Miss Ella M. Decker, pf Harford. ";,;.!, ; xyjBfA.qflNaBJ*:;t: -u ------]1ecker—in Tunkhannock ,twp.% J'eb. 1/ 1876V f AJstara, wife of -Hammohd^pecker, aged 25 ;^WL „: . •.¦.-';'•- :.-M$h :¦¦ .-¦ ¦¦ ••'}'¦ 3ATA-iIn FrankUniSept.|fel8«i, Willi^ p., bn'ly,son of Oscar arid/T/lie^.ittal) , aged 2 ' years;, 4 months, and ^^ay^y-3-; {''... .: . _'.._.. WheetLock...

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

County Business Directory, Twolinotln this Directory.one year.ti.Bt- e«ri,.j ditiqnalUne.COccnta. ' acht(l . ' . MONTROSE ~~~ WM. HADGHWOUT, Slater, Wholceale and Ret.i dealer in all klnda of sla^e rooflng, slate paint el* Roofs repaired with i-late paint to order. -AWd iuu paint for sale by the gallon or barrel. Montrose Pi BILLINGS STROUD. Genera Fire and Life finance Agents; also.sellltailroaoand AccldentTlckrt to N«w York and Philadelphia. Office onidooie.. oftheBank. i ea" BOYl) A CORWIN, Dealers in Stoves, Hardware and Manufacturer*of Tin and Sheetlron ware.cornei of MalnandTarnplkestreet. ,, A. N. BTJLLAKU.DoftieT in Uroecrles. Provlelont Books, Statione; and Yankee Notlona, at head of Public Avenue.* ; ¦ " WM. H COOPER A CO.. Banker*, sell ForeignPas. sage Tickets andDraftson England, Irelr land Scot, land.5* ,4? WM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer all article usuallykept by the trade,oppositethe ok. * JAMBS E, CARMALT, Attorney at La Office one doorbelowTarbellHooiie...

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

Drugs and 5Ie,:iclne. WH A. T ISf It is a liquid Llnament for House and stable use. A vain able combination, discovered by a celebrated P.ng-Ushchomtst and horsc-farricr. Was Introduced in the United Sates in the year 1P66, and since that time, by • its great sneces*. In the cure of diseases. It hax won for itself that world wide reputation it so richly deserves, and now ajtnds at the head of all: liuaments unrivalled AS A FAMILY MEDICINE. It has already gained the confidence and admiration ot thousands of households for IU many cure* of diseases were external applications are of *~ much importance. It is especially admired *» a family remedy for Us peculiar chemical combination, possesing no harsh ingredients, [like tincture oi Cayenne or red-pepper, 01 Which cheap and vdluless Liniments are largely composed.] which Increase Instead of diminish the inflamv tion, making it oy nature a speedy cure for BHEUMATISM. HEADACHR. SORE THROAT, COLIC. COUUHS, CHOLERA, TOOTHACHE, BRUISES. SP...

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

* ^enlaurjljhimcnt. :;,; :y. \ -Tliertlsnopaln-yrhiclh theCen\aur y .'„".' *;, JUnimentwill not ^ relieve, no swc'Hng ¦i ¦..! t: ^ ^^ ,w jjj not8ubdue, and no lameness -'".'•/;: *wnlch tnbytvillnotcure^ThiBiastfong 1 - , ;.,. ' <nlanguage, tint it'Ia true.: They ij&ve /fi.ii;•!/ ;<produc6dmore cuicss of rheumatism, jj.jii •!i?> .ps^WM^-Jo^Balsy.pprainsrfWfiV -V. <.' ; ¦ .: | i t lings ^ <»kedibnajsts*»caldsf, butns ^ aalt rtetim,l ar-fclie, &c.,' .upon .the;totmip frnme, acd 6, atr^uis^spWiii/gajlB , itc.,' npda;anima1& in one year tbatitoSvejiVl {MMpVeteh'dedremedlcs sihcir tliei w^rld began-': They are counter-irritant; all-healing, pals' re« llfc5^rB,:CirippJc.s W*0?? swaytbcirCrutches, the lsttto walk, poisopous bites, are rendered harmless, and;, the wounded kre healed without a scar. The recipe is published arbtthdeac^iiottie; They^eil ns.no articles ;eVer s.dia before, hecan«e they doJuW what (hey ^rete&...

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

Book Hoticet. The Book fob, tub , iCeiitenniai. if-Is the "Polar and Tropical Worlds," by Dr. J. Hartwig, edited by Dr. A. H. Guernsjr, of -flew York, and published by J. W. Lyon A Co., of Columbus, Ohio, a copy of which has been left on1 our table for review, hy W. J; Burns, General Agent. It is one of the books over; which a person lingers with*constantly increasing pleasure and interest, to fact,! after once commencinglo read its contents we are loth to layit down, for it possesses a charm that at once fascinates the reader; * and, while it is aa bewitching as a novel, it at the sanie time instructs and enlightens us on the subjects of which it treats. It is a cyclopedia of polar and tropical exploration, brought down to the date of publication by an able hand, and in a form that may be conveniently used as a book of reference. It has 'numerous illustrations, which make it a particularly valuable book for children/! and the student will find it a useful compendium to assi...

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