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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

A. S.1 MINER:, JBIN0HAMTON, N\ Y., :"'.'.' - ', WHOLESALB.DEALER IN wililiiiTAP SPECIAL INDUrEMENTS IN '.. Bronze I.ciiiip8. Opal Lotto, All Glass tamps, Band ^ Lamp^ | Burners, Wicks, Shades, Shade Holders, £,c, See. Y -A ALSO, MANUFACTURER 01 V TiiTrAa.NX> yA-^^i^aM-ssao •uu'^.aEi.m. •. Price* Ghuvranteed at Low as any House in Southern New York. Addrew by Mall Promptly A««nd«d To. MarcnSl, 1875. *. »• MIN1B. T>EST JOB PRIKTINO AT THE JL.OWEST BATEO JL> ' Wb are cdatiuuaUy adding new material to our office^ and with our k7 Large Stock of JOB TIPB and FOUR Prlntkg Presfles, we De^r Oomepetion ¦ '. . -'^,'"' ;':!;--AA:^; :AV.\ - . ..., ¦ ..:.;' ' ," ^ . ¦' - . . ..-„ . , Both-lniPriw »n|l Quality, either W Plain BWk or Colored Work. HAWLBI & CBU8ER.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

plfBNITIjk^ y t^t'^y^,! ;!'; -' At W. W. Smith: i& Sbifs ' -y . V :'-.: '¦ ' ;r: ; ... SxttnsiveFnraltMeWarsroomyonVlHtodttelargert j itockol . FIRST CLAk AND COMMON FTJFLTSI X TlCJI^E? - i i To be found in this section of the cbwjt*Jj_?' "" •*?'. manufacture, and at prices that cannot ufl to give satif faction. They make the very beat EXTENSION TABLES* In tbe Ccjnntry, and WARRANT them. XTpbollftdry j"W* c».ar Is.' Ofall k;ndfe 40Be m Mie nest«»tn»akner. SZ> H.3C 3W O- 0^ 33 30 S , OS" VARIOUS KINDS. PUIIE KO. 1 MATRASSES, ' AND COMMON MATRASSES UHDERJ^KI NG The 3ub8criberwilihereafter make ten. adertaKlng a JcmltyinhiabusincsH. '^^j^^gSfji TtEW wd the mt«t elegant HEARSE in the °"«. au noedinghis services wlfi be attended toprompMyand at satisfactory charges. '"' . ;¦ ¦.." Wffl. w. SDltTH & SON. MontrosBiPa.. Jan.:8i.i«ra.—nol^-tf. TRAILS, •'-TkWWABEj j A:---s - ;y *|.-.\" HARDWARE | D d^& ex|pviN r : /'¦/:;.c6r^exbrM'aln'andI*u«pik^StB.^ MQN'iPR...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

' ' New Adveitisemeiits; -."rV PREPARE FOB WINTER! ; °-; a y;; ¦ | 7NEWv,ST0OKVOFA^-.;yby ':' " AT - i G*irf; isBlam I Go's, WOOLEN SHAWLS, CLOAKINGS, CASSIMERES, BEAVERS AND CLOTHS, /.'¦'¦ . ' -iV'-A v.- AtG.R. *Co'8. PLAID AND PLAIN^O& AND MOffAIR DRESS GOODS felLKS,^ POPLINS, CASHIMERES,: DRAB TEDES ALPA v ! CASr BLACK AND COLORED, , FLANNELS, ROSE BLANKETS MARCEILES BED SPREADS, WOOL TABLE SPREADS, TABLE LINENS, TOW-•'¦¦ ,- . •_'ELS," NAPKINS", ¦; and household ! ; I. Furnishing ''..'._:. :; ;;.:=' '.. Goods,' ; ' A A A large assortment, and cheap, AtO. R.&Co> LADIES' AND CHILDREN* MERINO tN^RGAIU ^ENTS. MERINO AND WOOL HOSEI.JBELT SKIRTS, GLOVES, Ac., &c.^LLSlZp, AND QUALITIES, : 4 Prices to suit, j AtG.R.*Co's, •¦ M' — ( \/X -¦¦" MILLINERY GbODS, RIBBONS. FLOWERS,JH£™- ers, BLACK AND COLORED, SILK ANDX30TTON VELVETS, TRIBIMING SILKS. . Aline variety, I • | -'.--./At Q- B. ACo'e. DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS, LA.CES, FRINGES. BUTTONS, SILK TIES, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

of Ms- &^:^ii^ft?^r».StUl!tt.' ,:,;A;«:iS-'v he drank bis tea.. i; "Did you infurm ber that you were Married and had thiee children V she tfgniiarided;"- - ¦'¦-''':-' *kI don't remember, tiibugh I presume Idid." '• ¦ ''¦ .•;./...:'..- '. - ¦..'"-': "You pr^snmei yon did! Well, I pre-Bume v«iu didn't. "I know just how yqu fat'lip! there, and pretended to be a rich widower, and took careiof her satchels, and bought ,p?ppprn a'nd illustrated papers for her !" : Mr. Shott inquired if tBere I was any :-V; ¦¦¦y.pyitt^ Mr. Shott hadn^t -beenl out Detroit in eeyen years when, the (other day, bnsi wrttoli^-bit'n'Ata^ wanted to go along,/ bp^ t& said that times wei^e top hard,' he'l didn't want to --bis^^t1i^ibpth-eT£'0^tak}ng icare at b^? and:^belwas*: com|iellfd ^tCiremaini|ali ¦ hxfitfi ; H^ ^ac'beb bomeirftbeieveninig after an ^absence^pf two ;days, and as bfr Bat eating his supper he observed : *JfteJ! foil lit ;Was a iorig^ride^anl I'nf gla^ you;didn't go." ", ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

:z$%jjiiii& ; m&&&% ^ Mg^f^ftf?m? loolc^^liimtlje^ A^sh^j^M^d awsiy and sat down. "The arerage brush-boy ^Ihe average 'h<ie|Ajfjipwr whence cish l^^^.#Mte'rv#^tr'ftA:^|^ ¦ weliiw^f w w^M^^^mJ^^M ge?lwro^ his name on the rtgilUr with great deliberation. It was a long name. It read: "Herbert Henry Wushingtonj Chieag.s Illinois," The clerk regarded him for a nlonient with a keen glance, and'then asked:. : | "Howlongwiirypu remain here?" ! "About a week,*? was the reply>, y: ¦ \ '•Shall' I1 credit: you with ten dollars paidih.advaPce1?'' ¦.¦ •;-*-¦^¦"'¦-•'¦• ¦ -\-M:\.^-\ "Who are you talking to f'' demanded the stranger, i she stepped back ia little.'' "Strangers i;enerally pay in advanc^" rerilied the chrk.; "WelVsir, I'll be:hanged sir,if I was ever insulted bejore! Ask me for money in advanc ! Why. sir,do you know that I could buv this hotel and'siiil have..millions ltsft^Aj'y.ivU" AV y AAA"I have my orders." "Ami to be treated ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

;... A.:g,owf^ """""r"7-; thev GOLbEKilioEi'' !;y A.yv - Tbereis nwny a rest on the rqad Of life, ;A If we only would stop lo-tnke.lt ¦ Aiid many a tone, from the better land, . . If the qucraloiis heart would w^ke>ti. ' To the sunny sdui'tuat is full of hope, \ And whose beautiful trust ne'er failethy The grass is green an4 the flowers are bright Though the wiatry stornV prcvaileth. -Better to hope, though the clouife hang low, And to keep the eyes $till lifted ; h For the sweet .blue sky will soon peep ' through, -:,;y A-' <¦¦ -••"• ¦ >¦' -A:i;'A'-:'". When too ominous clouds are ruled; ;;; - Tliqre was never a night without a day; ¦',, < ¦ --..' ]Sor an evening without a morning; And the darkest hour, the proverb goes, Is the hour before Iheuawmng.-There is many a gem in the path of lite,. { Which we passin bur idle iiWasure, j Tliat is richer Jar than the jeweled Crown Of the miser's hoarded treasure ;; It may be the love of a little child, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

J ^TA0A1JSE P HARD TIMES.^ yl^ie.. Uyiitariaji-Mepieip fax..January an^ Feb' *98&.i araottg othei? able articles, h hs one; on thi^^usinessSituation,"in Whichthepresent 8t?ess•-pf"; the:iirnesJs; ascribedi to over produc-; tipn-pth^gprging of tht^majket.with; more ol those commodities whieh are in general,use thanithevniarketcan: hearArThis position of the^riter,iJphn;G^6:imbttll,is thuastutedy v ''v"It:.-,iB. du<?simply to the iptroductiohvduring tfc(e lkst twehty-fire years, of, such an enormous amount pfmachinery:.; There is nothing in our modern ciyiUzation which is more wonderful, moreaignificant,more aAnewthing under the sun, and destined „to,be more wide-reaching in its gelations, that' this use of machinery. AA single pegging machine; will turn out more boots and shoes now than a whole village of cobblers at/work In their: little Wbical shops fifty years ago. The. cloth woven in any of ourjarge mill-towns is probably equal to half Pf what all the Indie...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

ONE OF THE SuRROWS OF LIFE -' i . —??— - Many a volume has been written about the Ipye of parents, the love of mothers, its enthusiasms of hope and fancy, its adorations of the unworthy, its agony for the. lost; but we do not remember that any one has ventured to touch on a still more terrible view of the subject—the disappointment,, for example, with which a woman full of high. aspirations, l^obh? generosities, and, perhaps, an unwarrantable personal pride, all intensified ,by the homely circumstances of life around her, sometimes looks upon the absolutely commonplace people wbona sh^ has brought into the world/ She, too, has bad her dreams about them while they were children, and all things seemed possible while they were youths, with still some grace and freshness of the morning veiling their unheroic outlines. But a woman of: 70 can cher ish no fond delusions about her middle-aged sons and daughters, who are, to all irltents and purposes^as old as she is. What a dismal s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

SNOW BLINDNESS • • -*. »-«—.— .:--• . Here is a preventive of snow blindness, says a traveler, which I heard of when in California in 1873. 1 was told that any one, having to travel upon snow in sunshine, if they blackened the skin around the eyes for about an inch, snow blindness would be prevented. Any kind of black paint, or a burned stick, is all that is needed;to avoid what is most painful, and 1 can spea'c Pf it from experience, having suffered while crossing, some of the high passes of the Himalayas.. The remedy here given seemed to n>e curious, and I could scarcely believe it sufficient to accomplishthe resuH,.hpt further inquiries confirnied what I was told At least, it was stated to me that the old trappers in 'the Sierra ifevadas used, this precaution as a protectioni to their. eyes/: It w^s also stated that the aarne,means were used by the Hudson's Bay Company, and that they again first of all learned it from the Indians. I have not had an opportunity, of te...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

THE SCIENCE OF ADULTERATION . . . —¦-•¦«—— y i - - - -.Some months ago, in examining a specimen pf cream of tartar, I found two or three per cent, of gypsum along with a considerable amount ot jrice flour, I was at a los :s to understand how the gypsum7 came to be there. It was not in sufficient quantity jto pay for its addition as an adulterant, and the adulteration was evidently rice flour. On looking the matter up I found that an adulterated article of rice,containing frohvnfteen to twenty per ci?nt, of gypsum was on-, the market, i This at ojnee accounted for the gypsum in the cream of.jtartar. The manipulator, wishing jto buy his, rice flour as cheaply as possible, had bought the adulterated article A ' l Powdered sugar has long bepu noted for its Bdulterations,but granulated sugar i»general\ ly supposed ^ to be all right. I was recently, however, sfbwn an article prepared from rice, which wps^iot to be distinguished from granulated sugar|by' cilor or general appearance...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

A MOTHERS EXAMPLrEA , - The first hook read, and the last book laid aside, by every child,is the coiiduct oif its mother. In dealing with chudrjeni theiefor«i let your whole course t^ loraifjei y^ur child to ft Wgli standard. t)o not sink into childishness yourself. Give no needless, commands,' bpt when you command, inquire promptjpbPdience Never indulge a^child pi Cruelty¦;*yjii'.j^^.n in B«ct- Cultivate a sympathy wjth your'cilid in all lawful j oys and sorrows. J^e sure |hat:you never correct a child until _ypp ^nbN; Ife^deH serves correction; Hear itsjstjpry f est and ml-; bA JSiever allow; yoVr' €h&$v^eiti^®! to bear grudges..'''-Ewly' iopul^te.fianknes^ <*ndor, gentn-sity, magnanijliityi: natr^otfepiv a»d self-denial.a Never mortify tie fcellngVpf J'«ur child by upbraidjpg'it with.dullnesSYneilh* tr inspire it withi Self conceit. -'., '¦'.•';;' .,- ; , Before you undertake the office of icorrector, ^ quite satisfied. the; evil- you wbaldremoye'is »f a natu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

EDUCATION BEGINS IN THE NURSE-- . ¦.y,.yy. -RY- ¦¦¦ :; ¦¦. ¦¦¦:¦'¦ I- ¦ : ' The instinctivelove of offspring, common to all animals; has been given for tht, preservation ahd ¦ protection of the! young,' while they are weak and helpless, and ceases to exist in (he brute,?ereation when itheir care is np longer heeded. • But parentalllbve has been implanted in the human heart, not, only for:the preserva^ tion of weak and helpless infancy .but for the great moral purpose of awakening correspondent emotions in the heart of the child. It is the sunbeam of; maternal love that first penetrates into the heftrt of the inlant, and develop}: the germ of tenderness and affection, which, without this ^ Vivifying ray. Would remain.dormant, at least till awakened by accidental compassion and benevolence. It is during the first years of existence that the sympathetic feelings operate most strongly!; apd, therefore, this is the time that ypp (we address every mother) must awakeii the powerful...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

:\'-:[yL-y' :: .-Mtscellane^-as.!; -;:-^Uy:^ TMIB GBE^T REHJT^riON wiifcb JL Vcletlne hae^ttaiiied Ifi all paVts btx'tih country bb . ¦ ••..-'; aA. Great and; (JopJ Medicine ^^ ,:}, and the Urge number of testimonials which are constantly peing receWedfrom persons: wln^haveb^en cursed by its nae, are; couclueiye proof of lt« steal valufe.^ It is recommended by physicians and apothecaries. As a Blood-^rifler and Health-Restorer, If hasiio eqhal. Vecetine is not prepared for a fancy drink madq from. poor liquors, which debilitates the system and tends to destroy health instead of restoringn. , ;,i « - ; (jJANNOTyBE; EXCELLEDi y Mb. H. K. STEVENS':-. ! '¦ -:^. ¦¦' ¦¦ A • A • ¦¦"];- ¦ ?¦•:¦' ! Dkab 5Ir—I most cheerfully add my testimony to the great number you have already received In favor of your great and good medicine; Vegetlne, for I do not think enough can be said In its praise, for I was troubled over thirty years with that dreadful disease. Catarrh, and had fuchjbad coughing s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

.„_._„,- :•...'— :.-.. . ~~: yrys*.* - .3 ^';yy-'/Bnsceniitieon8r; ^ '; OALL AND WINTER GOODS, •-^-..-A- .¦;.:•¦« ¦•^bci.^y^^ yyyAA.. --.-...oA;,,. ¦ .:.,. ^slRmmdiiu; 1 :•¦•¦. *• '¦ "'"';" ""-A---- " ,--'!-,.l'::tV '-A " • -'¦: >-:BY— - :;'"." ?^#l i^jp^M/« ;; : STAPLE & PANOY DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, READY^ '.;:-Su MADE CLOTHING,^ : HATS^ CAPS, ^ .. :r;v-; ..,- :;^4C.;?.vr,;:!yy'; ; > Dress Doods, a good assortment. Prlntj,* U the ne . aud fancy patterns' in the market. Whtt 0 Good* . -greatvariety. .¦.-¦-.. yy^.i-'.•.. ,'-.. BLEACHED AND UNBLEAOfiED ' SHIRTINGi COTTONADES,1 -;: - DENIMS, TIC&S, ^ " .' STRIPE:—A:-A--:;-!"-'r SHIRTING, LINEN ? TQWELINGyACARPET WAim^&CJ, ,! BOOTS . j* SHOES, J The largest stock in town. First class goods at leas'' prices than can be bought of any other partles-in the .place;.,-..---, •; „;-.'' :;' ..'-;.•• '. '• .... -.i:..: <¦'-¦-. , HATS& CAPS, all the latest-styles. s .:.,.. . READY-...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Toww^ coirimr, and vaeiety. -—E. L. We«ks has Sold his three-fifth into? fMt in the "Avenue. Store" building to H. Cru-, Vr« . ., • . , ;--.-'A::.'.A!y: '¦'"! :-A ,y : y —pit is said that ^figuresi won't lie," but the figures of some females seem veiy deceptive, io say the least. '• A-"|-.-..•'[•'"..''•''- ¦''..- ¦' i". —f-The Lenten season commences to-day.-r-There-Wttl be serytoesAio Bt.Punls church, Montrose, every cvenirlg until Easter. r —~E. L. Week* is eouyerting itbe old M. B ^ otturch into a tenemen t house. He is finishing it in good style. It will1 easily accommodate six families. ... * -^ y ——The Danbury i|T«M says.j MThe revival feeling is prevailing yet it hasn't got down deep enough to effect arrearages on country newspaper books." !'"¦¦•'"' | ——One thousand *ue wspapers baye failed in the last twelve months.haviog sunk $8,000,000. And yet some people wonder if lit costs anything to run a newspaper. . Rev. A. D. Alexander of Biugharaton, wiil occupy the pulpit...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Business Locals. Help ! Help 11 Help 1!! •;¦¦ -• A journeyman tailor, and also iseamtress wanted, immediately, at J. GabVE's Tailoring Establishment, Montrose, Pa. f March4,1878. j 0w8 Photographs.—Pictures taken in all the latest styles. Old: pictures copied and enlarged. Also a splendid lot of frames! for httio cheap, ; at G. WJ Do6littlb'b. Montrose, June 10, '74.—tf. f DosATioN.4The public a4 respectfully invited to attend: a donation at the hotise of Mrs. A. EUsworth, hear Montrose Depot, on Thursday March 9th] 1876, afternoon and evening, t >r the benefit of Rev. J. H. Weston. Bv Obdeb of Com. Prices Reducbo at TueSti?amMii.l, Persons wanting meal and:feed can buy It at the Steam Jflll for less .tlian they ran got it from Bingham ton* Como and we how it ia yourself,-:- ¦ A-A'-y,:,-. :¦::.:;.:; ¦ "•; D.A. Moon, Superiutendenty Montrose* HarchX1876. yA y 0w8 ; At the request of friends *tid in consequence of the storm on Feb. 16th, the Patrons of Rising Sun Gran...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Country Business Directory. Twollnetln tblfDirectory.one yfcar.fi.Bf; eicbai / dltional line, 50 cent*. MONTROSE WM. HAUGHWOUT, Slater, Wholesalr aad'fteui dealer iu all kinds of slate roofing, olate paint, etc Roots repaired with *latc paint to order. Al«o,akie paintfor sale by fhegailon or barrel. Montro»fc,p». BILLINGS 8TROUD, Genera*Pirc and Life tn»nauce Agents; aleo.eel) Haifroaa and AccidemTickct to New fork and Philadelphia. Office ontdooreart of the Bank. BOYO A CORWIN, Dealer* In Stovea. Hardware and Mannfattarera of Tin and Sheetlron ware.ceroei of Main and Tarnpikeatreet. K. N. BULLAKO.Ocaler in Wroceriee, Provi*ioii> Books, Statione. and Yapkee Not lone, at head of Public Avenue.* j WM. H.COOPER * CO.. Bankers, sell PoreijruPassage Tickt-ta and Drafts on England, Irelr land Scot. land.:* WM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer nil article usually kept by the trade,opposite the ok. • . JAMBS E. CARMAi/ryAttorney at La Offlce one door balbwTarbell House. Public Av...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Arrwgem«ntof Maili, .. j A . viaTJUttiuun: A - I y-.: -r-%* ¦; _ I > '¦ i Arrives. Depart* ? ankhannock,(Daily,)i..... I. 700pm ».»« - .., Via Stages : I --';;.-,; - '*.'-¦-.'¦; Montrose Depot,(Dally,),.. ••,g^Pm ^(laji New Milforof(Daily,)...., •1292*m isopm Wvalnslng. (Daily,)......... .1. 9«am 300pm ffricndsville,(triweekly,).... .^fiWpm 800am ^)llklm-•tation,(trl weekly,);.,...... 100am TOOam Rinchamtonrt?i«S>Lnke,(mweekly).i. «00pm 700pm 5 "suoppen^tri weekly,)............. flOOO a m 400p m The New York, (via Montrose Depot,) New Milford, rankhannock.andWyalusIng art daily. ,. TheConklin Station mall runs Tuesdays, Thursdays, *Thefl Blngliamton mail,(via SUve* Lake,)rumaTueajoys. Thursdays, and Saturdays. y,„A Frieudsville mail runs Tuesdays,Thursdays.and Sat ° The Mcahoppen mail runs Mondays, Wedaesdays,and Fridays. ¦ ¦"''&•¦'•! ' Additiohai. ^Stages: A Stage Icavecdaily for Monirose Depot at 1 in ..aid r Tstage lleavcs &aily tor New Milford...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Business Locals. < Oystkks ! Oysters !! Oysters 1!! Foi ty, 50 and 80 cents per quart, at the 52tff ' Keystone Saloon. Vehily Yerily, 1 say unto you: Go to the Keystone Saloon and get a good Oyster Slew. Dec. 29,1875.—tf. \ . Ladies,- Misses and Children's Calf, Peble Goat ami Glove Kid Shoes at Auction, Friday. Feu. 4th. See advertisement. Goods open for examination Tnursday. H. RosEjfTHAL. Practical Auctioneer will (upon nplication) attend to all public sales in the above capacity. Terms"reasonable. Satisfaction warranted; Address or apply to H. Rosenthal, care of S. Pillman & Co., Post's building. Montrose, Pa. Jan. 19, 1870tf. Marble Works. j y The Tunkbaonock Mjarble Works'of Burns1 & White are doing a good business and are getting out some very .tasty jobs of Head Stones and Monuments. ! A. B. Burns, of the Eagle Drug Store,xis their authorized agent for Montrose and vicinity. I' He has designs or Head Stones and Monuments. Any orders left with h...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Our Wa&bitiglon Xetter. ^ .;' Special to Thii Democrat. The Political Centre—tPeu and Ink. Portbajts—Mb. Speaker Kerb—"Sunset" Cox—James G.fBlaine—' Sam'l J. Randall—-Presidential Aspirants. .. ;'-'l \\- There is a bewildering dumber of places that one wishes to visit in Washington,,but all interests culminate in the Capitcl; not because it is tie most magnificent building on the continent, but because it is the centre ofthe law-mak ing power. It -is the .ppint at which the will of the people finds the highest expression". It is a natural habit to watch with a jealous scrutiny, the conduct of our Legislators, and see if the representntives of Hie popular will, are faithful to the best interests of their constituents. For the past ten years tin* pms of the Republic has teemed |With accounts of tl.e corruption in high' places, until the disgracefulyexposures of i fraud and venality have made the massbaot the peop'e almost doubt if there was such a thing as legislativ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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