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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

1 —V'll! V 111-—,t-,.t; :l1pt"Tf'Zr.tnim -^T^TrtTrr^Tr--rfuj~if^ u ^u-'M, :«.;.^jie MatiifrtSr1'^^^.^!:'!;:; —• . . y—f : v"i—.-»' .;,"n A'MiJiini* —"Sfcw YorK. P«><l wee, "Miirkef, r Reported Every Weefc'Biprt»Bly"f*»/'T«* M&htAoW IwnrtcBAfribyRhiodoBia.SerViSf,1 Pr6dUfcfe Odrilrat^1-1 i*ton M*r<hiim8i«6 WitUh*>lStreet.N«**rYbr1SJ' 'i; ./ / Kew Yor^jyida^aVc^'S?^ . ~T-— BUTTISE---- - • . U, .. - • ^ f^ip^ia^^J9i3^.fj^ys. ,^_..TA,„'^l^^QOt'p^gB. ?-. The arrivals of new butter are' veryiimUed- art /occa'sional fiacfeage^nly" 'being, reeigi^'fX;',; JPi^ grades iif jiJuL-State-oontmu'e very scarce-and - firm, and,.full value is,jeadlly obtained, wijh in exceptional^casjjs'a^trjtfje Jjiigber tb«n:weqbote. beingjealized. x.-.mw nu. ;i.. .::^:> vv-z>' -"J Stsite Dairies, 11^6..^,^,,. ,..-i ..v-trs <&<.$?&> SlateJCbiiries^ood-to-prinw^T^O—@~-i32e—- State Dairies, fair togoQ(t....v;23 (gl )88s ' ^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

'.. .,'• . .;, ...* -i.i..¦-, Tigmr—Itoa-ws^aiafcliTaf^^^ MiBard.'iWrh/'T-eny/aod JsfybU' S. Ml'lhud^ Bfllh'bf-IliftK.-Fai ^115'- ." ' ¦ 'M,, T,, :!l.3i "••.. j" Moss—3lE6simoEn^AfcTnie*ii»rii4ee''-, of-kr!tA't AldriebrN-ew Miltord, on" Monclay evening : Feb. 28, by Rev. Jno. Rhbads^'Jire^, Georgd^ II, ^«iaio>'li1^. ' | ' Um0iiffli"iffes|«lng6r, aH'of New Milford. ;.;-,•:¦ ;. ,\v.-i. .A*-. .<M'-fi>m>i'.-? Cafwkm,—;BiwWN~At Hie M. B/pa^onage , *¦ Factoryville, March. 4, by Rev. p. lt"Towed E. D t'tt^wbll nttfflliWa^MviS., oJily,Oa,ajrhter •of^^j*pi|JlJ^^.^jLsfJ^ .ship, WyoinTiig co., Pa. - v, ,y ;vjb£;;£f£ ,£,i: •¦•'. .;/--«4ii^.,a^/i^ii i*^t, :'?;i.;-: . ... . .... .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

' ' ' ^' pxrprd! sale^ u..rl-:•;•, X^r^l --.4i'l41'-'- •'¦'.'. 'itffeL-*-'-''-'-''' ' .'':i:l' :-I*j^^ip|oxa»XKi^j^i3^«?t^ru -in Sa^^^^^^^^^cra^r^^g^^0^3s^5 a^3ffipl5ife^HIf^F0F^rt0^!*it- G^8u£ cdws-;>rrinei'r^bTy^at^owV, five'1yea/ rlin, gs, twent-y-PP^Igoodsheep.ionBiyearHngJcoll.'one'nlhe^ y(jar;yli|l^are,)a}jouiJ30JLbu3hels of oatst also a q«antijy of J^y i^>the,barn, two. jnice shffaj^,( one'sow witli pigs, .poultry,'. etc. '.AJsbl(one. mbWiMgji«fehinfe,1 one- Ithaca- liorse'fake witli broad>isast jfaWer fiittached-^oneplalrfo^rn spring ' ^W\lk$ttW lanpibpr wago&yijone' singleibnggy, i one sir^lcl,hi!i,r;nei38j one Rouble, jian^se', .Qn. e.'l cbrn-fe'hel ler^ one horsHork- one qultivafor, tw9 ( plowJs.brrecorn-plotf; oneihir:y-tboth bafrow; onfl'pair bob tfeighs^one riMi" sle#-'ifonlwflW, one ginndstpneji^wo fkrfn bars',' onyfkifrtbem' c^st^el, Ifa^d rakes and.-. ioXfoidairy-n^liiretY •^^S^M^fevSW^W.' ^.?n&c- I'A-geUr eral aEsonlrteht of f...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

MIPBlrt, r'usv: n ,-.•'••{•:¦:, ;ii«»i; :. '«•> ."i!.i»i'Uitit*-' * \: a< ~i-J\iu;- -<\: - .De*ltwia v-iiiKt; tan :< ¦;:<- ,j|V-o':-\:<tj' "i:\:: MiAUM .'• «^U«: hi V ii.'lii:** ; ! STOlKESi a"fNvi.COPi»"*at ««8HEET j;'! (IROJ-i -WiAiBE^^HOUS©"TORN- • / ISHIN&'GOODS^ A9H> BF4L©i" l; :•-¦ „. i iBBS HARUWARE, &04";' « -; ;}j)r:)i*:'.n".! (,-.:ii;;i'«i^ r.i j. 'yii.V'nu; .lum.--- - V; '.Cit:>-«'-i -;!(' r. -»¦¦••¦¦¦'>'!¦ '''-:r:.r^fiu")' 'n- v'i ¦uii iifj; ^Miii.-'iiitfrit- iij.ni/ hi; u thi.'s. j- -\. -U: «< -'«vr !i^«j'.'- f"J|> '"""* ^,; ''' .:. - •\»vtrj. uiiv; "'.ou'' ';¦ lfjt'Ttvni. Jioiiiii.")..--" r BfiAN'OHAR'Bi «BARWKT? ;^;V Ca;, . >'8ASH,c'TOIN:i>S; MM& 'WI'N-.: --" dows,"oor-kicu apu^T-f ' ;;iiii>-A-'; «>!.¦ .':UU;; .)i»:*'l. '» I-^mistir -•.«*j»*swbfcli'w^Wllrtellktillmciard'^arVleV'^Co^^ i ¦)iin.!l;;.U; f.MUf MiT? .MuittJiir:^-HtifMin- j: •i...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

| :. Business 'Eiyials...._ji _ / v 0XSTEBS'!^piSTBftS!4 OY^StERS 1 ! I , Forty ^50knd 80 centspe^quart,aitIthei 7 A ^^ s>V. ¦'. i' ii '7&P?s?9$fy$rKh$PS.ti. YEnkr: ViniLY; I say^unto y6vbi[. ^o tbjthe E^yaton'b'Saroon'ah'd get a gbodiJryster.Stewr .Dec^39 ^ 187S;--tf:^^ .«-"¦ ¦¦;¦ --_- -r.^ # -J .x,- ;-: '¦:: -'j-" s ¦ il- ^. >'. ¦'.'.;il':.-.../.-'..; Han-dbiij-s for' Auction Sales, etc., printed at the Democrat office in ,first-ola68t-8}yle,and at reasonable prices."- ' ' -/¦-¦¦'" B^BEP-!. :^aeg,li\ <Rn»Ul\ -if'7 &^J A journeyijian tailarZjauid. also/a seamtress wabtedjimmediatelvJ'at J..Grove's jTailoring Establishment,. Montrose, Pa: V" '' "'"" "" March 1,1876. -^-rr— / gw2 £HOTOGRArHS^-P4ctorefr4aken-in-all tho latestiStylris.^ Oldpictare^ .copied ..and^enlarged ^ Also # splendid' lbi; fbf frames fer! i&alft ebeap, j iVA y:TIP, rs i* w- few ^lontrbse, Juue,10., 74.—tf. „^r,? ,»; * './-. vDoNATiqjf.—The public are respectfuli...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

^ToTHEPuBtic^-As a guarantee thatTay lor's Family Medie)ftes;arejrtb.(|.;|)est in market of their kind, and fliat the quality of\the goods shall-hereafter bvTiramraih^d,"!"woutd~8ajRo all:";; "If afterjuiing.them yJ5u are notJatisftedyoiiiav/e receivedlberjcflUttinviproportionito tbe price paid, retortt'the'empty'bot^ ir i) '«i»i't»»l • 'iti>!i-T tf'i-t * *' *i ''T • 4" ' *V T'-.""?, W£V aAd/^tyour^odey.Jiacfc, as, I want.no man's inbiiey.iinlessibe is satisfied be dKwireceived its equivalent.' i"'«»: i-"-Re^Jectf«tllVi:-'^M' u. .-^''j : "»•¦•¦< •>«-•=.-"»:«--tf. B^ow^tSoTmoWMop'l;';; October 6,1875. i;-,uv'-u:'"-:'.^:: .^i .-i-u .'rk>-uiiaii PaiNTINGt,: r- :,-.-. Tf- "; '..Vii 7 l"'I; ffi'fatl&JM' -..!!^^ pl^inandi i*i«cy eniV,elopesv letter.- and j Jiote-pa»i per, phiinftantt-cfancy biH'head ,,^ttpte'rs,*e'a"r(l | of ali siies1- pihd 'cVilors',' cbltired 'pfister: paf|;er9,.ftp.:(l all of which we can,,vfttl<*d,:,t«i)rp.rint..'RJioape...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

Sharpening Edged Tools. The Mark; Lane Express copies thefollowingrecipe for' 6bar^einbjgr[edge'd toolsfrom a German BciebtiiSc-jotifhal,-for the benefit of farmers, mechanics, and. laborers: ¦ ' ?¦<':. ]7l 7 -:V; !>7 ''It'has long been "known that the simplest method of sharpening: a razor is to ,»Ht it for an hour in water to which has been added pne4wentieth ofiits nreigtlj of muriatic or Sulphuric acfd, 'tlien lightly wipe it off, and after a Jjew hours set it on a hone. The acid here supplies, the plw* of a whetstone bv corroding the whole surface evenly so that nothing further than a smooth polish ,isnecessary. •The process never injures vgood blades! while badly hardened ones+are generally improved by it, although the cause of improvement remains nnexplained. ' "At length this process has been applied to many other cutting implements. The workman at the beginning of bis noon spell, or when f?e lea?e£ it irj the eveningmoieteris the blades of his tools with...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

' -U§eful Recipes. ;•;. To cWn Bntannia jmetal, nse" finely powdered whiting, two teasppohfuls of sweet oil and a little yjsliow ;Boa,p. Mix with spirits of wine to; a cream. Bob on with -a sponge, wipe off with a soft cloth; and polish wjth a chamois skin.. ¦ The b^.st way to clean the inside of old iron potsanji pans is to fill them with water in which a few; ounces of washing soda is dissolved, andj sec them on the fire. Let fctie water boil until-the inside of the pot looks clean.)'. • v ; : ,''-. To remove freshly spilt- iuk from carpets, first take up »*¦ inuch as possible of the ink with a teaspoon. Then pour cold sweet milk uponj> the spot and take up as before, pouring; on milk until at lasit ir-becomes only slightly tjmged with black. Then wash with cold iwater, and absorb with a cloth without! too much rubbing. Scorches made by olveiOieatetl. flat irons can be removed from lineti, by Spreading over the cloth a fjaste made from the juice pressed fronj . tw...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

! Drilling Wlieat. ' ¦ ¦#'- There is no doubt but that a large .yield of wheafcorVflax or any other cereal may be.obtained by sowing in rows and cultivuting; Less seed would also be required wit ^ h this system of cultivation. It would be a very *»xpeneive mode, however, of raising grain. The extra yield and the, reduction in the quantity <»F seed would, not compensate for the increased amount of, labor required to grow ,the crop successfully; for, unless the rows were kept clean5 by the cultivator, with so$much iopgn; space; for ;sweeds to igrbw in, the grain rjwoukl be choked aud the jield very niricn lessened. Grain is not cultivated in^this manner to any. extext. A more practical system of 'culture and on£ largely practiced is to sow the graiiiwith a drill, and after it has. come up nicely and is well rooted, to go over Jfie ground with «; smoothing harrow (a iharrow with fine teeth turned backward) or any )ighi han pw ,w1iicli yritt uvstroy the weeds just sprouting...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

ium ?mft;ptt^&aW Eqanllzln^ Apple Crop. ' - — ';L'-'7A77 Ordhardists for a long series of years. have.had cause to deplore th^ apparent scarcity of> many leading varieties of apples in some seasons and. a too bountiful crop in others. As'this Usually happeus in alternate years, that j is, the One ex treme follows the other iii! regular fijuccession, provided iiot unusual vicissitude of temperature interferes, it Ms become a study of no small importance, and one which, when solved, will prov<? an incalculable blessing to those who have a large capital invested in their business.-^ The idea that grafts taken from fruiting trees during the bearing'season will exert a favorable effect upon young trees is certainly opposed to good sense, no reasonable fruitgrower adopting it as a fundamental principle, 1 Th6 most plausible theory, «nd the only one, in fact that has a practical bearing upon (tjhe subject, is the ihinning out of tbe youngjfr,uil;, and I take t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

Dried Potatoes/ Dried penratpea^; whleh .may be kept any length of t'inie, ind which, when boiled wiffa-&,jl|jyj|f^alt, pe not distinguishable in ta^^iirom tbe fresh vege ^ lable, are prej^d as follows:; After being peeled, apa cut i upot disks, theyare treated with cola water to whigb has been added one'p*»r cent, (if sulphunc, of one to two per cent of muriatic ^c'd-Washing in-pare water follows, iticf We pieces are then placed on wire- fcames and dried in an overi.J Wli5n\donehhe disks are of a,8.1ightlyJjyellowish tint, and are transparent,-like | um. " 7> \ Should you wish to join two swarms, lay 4ow^a ; livo fshort btifeka Tninegihcbef apart y take 'one of the. hives and knock it on the ground two or three, times until the bees are. shaken 'but of the hive:; then aprir.kle them quickly with thin iyrap, place the hive with the other swarms on the grourid for the night: , and they will be fomid peacefully united,with onede^dqaeeii,;in the raornirig. ._..';...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

[ Bfoltts^es Cake. Put iii a coffee pup one tableapoonful of lard or butter and one tea^ipoonfnl soda, put bn four tablespoorifuls of boiling water, and fill the *?tip \wtth ihGlasses ; stir wellr and bake in warm gem pans in a modern (oven. Good, either hot or cold-.-'-,-. " - v.":;'\0/:'; .SJicerof apple? pnfc into hot water^with a little sngar make » pleasant drink for invalids. ^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

-Reftceditig Land-^Sour Fodder. E.P., Alired Center, N.Y., writes: I have a side-hill pasture, the soil of which is a clay loam, mixed with "flat stone, and resting on a clayj subsoil and s^ded with timothy anoj clover. The cold bhistsof the winter;of 1874-75,blew the show off^and killed the grass roots in several large spots, so that there is nothing left but bare ground. Will it do to put oil seed^in the Spring aud roll it in? If so/what ki id of! seed would yon re-Cjmmpnd? I also jnottce in the Tirjges hints about fodder—sour hay and ;%he process of curing—but^did not say wbeth er it would be removed frop the pi|:fox convenience for use or fed direct from the pit. If the "latter, niust it" be l^ept close between feeding ? ' , ! | Replv.-r-l. The proper treatment |of these bare spots would be to run a harrow oyer them in the spring, when the soil is, dry, and sow timothy and clover se d upon ohefresh soil immediately after rather thicker than the usual .seeding. A little d...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

! \ Business Cards. DR; ELLEN E. MITCHEtL, PHYeician and Snrgl-on, graduate of the Woroaa'a) Medical College ot Ihe N. Y. Jiiflrra^ry, then rusl-_ dent.ptiynicianforaye.irin the womanj's HoHpital in N.Y:: afrer four yeart.'.practice In Pop dnLftc. Wisconsin, ha* located In; Montrose. Spiucial attention given to diseases of women and children. Ofliceat ihe f-K)t of Main Street! in the old David Post homeetead. :'¦•', . , Monnrose, Dec. 15,1875.—3ru>nS0 : • - ; - H I>. BALDWIN, M. D-l HOMCE • pathic Physician, has located himself at Montrose, where be will attend promptly tdriii profet«atonal business entrnstedto his.care^ : EP~Oflice;tn Carmait's building, second floor, front. Boards at Mr., B. Baldwin's;; J Montrose, Pa„ March 10,1875. DR. W. W. SMITH, DENTIST.^- Rooms at his dwelling, next -d6p"r north of Dr. Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be happy to see all those in want of Dental Work;i He feels confident that hejean plctseall.btth in quality o...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

. ' ¦' ¦ ¦ -' '::Bak*in?»,&c<_ij^^^ ^BSKi^HQTDiS:""' :--i • '' .'' ¦ : I- 6r'\' "-. -''; . ' .'- - WL* iolRieft, MONTROSE, PA: GENERAL BANKING BUSLNESSt DpNE. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR AS HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC : AND FOREIGN EXT CHAWGEFO^SALE: US ITED STATeCoTHER BONDS , BOUGHT AND SOLD; COUPONS AND CITY AND COUNTY BANK¦• CHECK'S CASHED AS i ':•¦) USUAL. OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIAL TIlME DEPOSITS^ AS PER AGREE^ MENT WHEN THE DEPOSIT IS MADE. In the future, as in the past, we shall endeavor to transact all money business to the satisfaction of our patrons and correspondents. WM. II. COOI»EK & CO., : Hontrose, March 10 '75.-tf. Bankers. Authorized Capital, • $500,000 00. Piesent Capital, - - 100,00000. ^ONTUOSE, PA. ! \ _ ¦ '•¦ '' . -. ';: :',; i- ; " ' ; ' ^ ILLIAM J TURRELL, 'President. D. D. SEAR, I E, I. Vice President. N. L. LE'NBiilM,"; - "'' - 'j- Cashier. ¦Directors* /u\7...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

\ Misjceliahedus. planing Mill -' •-''' ' ¦'¦ ANP .' • •'• ¦" ¦ £ ¦'-,-•-.'..'; -.,' i-.'•.... ¦ LUMBER YARD! In order to..better accommodate the eommnnitv ,v -nndehignen ba» established a depot for th« ™i e . Lumber-Mannfactured at. hie uowijr-erccted bnilrtinl ot the Old Kcelcr tannery Site, in tr/e - 0"««ng on ! HEART OF TOWN \~ .''¦¦' '- ' I '. ' ' . ' • wherej will be kept coneUntly on hand.* A fhll etock ot -r :":i ¦ .-• .i " . • . '¦ '. WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK ' WALNUT LUMBER-, wulch.witb the aid of the most improved machinevjr<1 competent wprkmen.ls prcparedto workintoauy i-'hiinp' to meet the wants ol Customer!!,' , v WELL SEASONED I.UMtBJSR, INCLUDING SIDING FLOOK1NG, CJ31LING, SHINGLE AND ' LATU CONSTANTLY ON HAND, i Planing, Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawing cone to order. . , . ¦ r wapii, Mm it in IVIAISIUrACTOnY, '-?» lit.'. In connection \\-iin the above establi^hnient. under the • inanagemt-nt of Mr. E. II. Kogcre. Enuni...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

symptoms//1- /:',/; ¦ ¦ ¦'' -¦ " > ' • " \ " '" : / ' ¦ If when you beara certain lady's name, ¦-,..'. You teel your pulses give a sudden start, Or blush; as it' some secret sense,6f aUanie , Had stirred, j'ustthiefi, the currents of your heart;- -:'•"• •.;• •..;'.-. ••¦ ¦ :-¦>'"/-¦ ¦'-•'.'.¦ y And ii that name—to put it rather strong-- , In euphony seenis/yery much above 1 . All other uaincs—>I think I can't be wrong ' , To xeuture the opiuion.'yo'u're lb] love ! Itwlieii at last,liy some auspiciqW chance,1 You meet the lady at a ball or play, You shrink . abashed .; before her modest. ' ^:"-;'t glance, '-'¦-•}' ¦¦'...¦•¦', ¦/."'/ And quite forget thei words 'you 'meant to say;.-,..••-.;¦¦:¦ .; ¦ ¦ '-,;:.- ,..¦/¦., And if, moreover, gazing at her hand, ; You wish upon that hand/ you Were a , .••. glove,: ...;iv.: ///-- ¦ -. ¦..?.:;¦¦?,.: .. It isn't yery ham to understandJ Sua ("Romeo and Juliet,'!) yqu/re.in love ! i - ¦ , , ' ¦ -f, ¦ - ' i ;'''„ ¦ - ¦ ¦...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

I . IHE TWOCOKSIYS. ^^t!' ' ./.;..-//• .. BY WllSQXK. ,, '!• '.;-.>-J' - M;, IN THE suburbs of a larigV! city/surrounded by" cypress^trees and beautiful magnolias, Sto-Vd a rieat looking cottage./ '1 tie family of;-the: hoose consisted of Mr., and Mrs..^loydy Eatelle,, their, daughter, an only 'child4 and Georgia, *0,N/il, their niece. 'She 'was!ttie: oi^ly child; of Mr<». Floyd^ tiwirt lister: ° fler ,father.ft id :•, mdthe.r*.bothi died whemshe> vwagj(j.ui :eyoung?f and she,came _tp mai^, herhonie at her uncle,*. ;§he/anil!E^iieiJe, were'lver* much attached to"each other/'"" ¦ 'AVtier Georgji "and'Kstelltrwere abdttt' fiheen/yearsof age, they w«re"j&iit't<>!a faajaounbie board in grschool iniNew.Ybrk City;.jvhere they."r^maihedior.tlijee5or four. yeaV. -j, when they graduated." ' ,* " Georgia and 'E>(elle spent; jllu'ir ' fitst TJT0rn:ftf *iotne--in:. the- mi-ado^: ^a^h^r-; i»g wild flowers of every vark-ty. That afternoon ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

//HtWip^NCES.:; / / tenor vuiee,.and'rwas a first,-iate horse-_ man. :^.v': ;-;j'/;'¦'"'-/;:-;,:, '¦/!',/::;: I:had.a host of Iriends—as what man of weal;h has upt.?; and even at the lend;^ er age of my inajority' was the r»et of mothers wi th ^naryag^aliJe daugh tere ^ and Uhe beau ideqfc of the^ daughters tLea^lve&:^.^t/>iueen8^te'raabXlreV main insensible "to''Vtfe/' many charms: thrown about mei, ar^'d' had entered my twenty second year^ hefore Cupid's fatal dart reached my heart, : I wag at the opera;/ ihy^companion, a, gentleman eqm'enin^years mysehior/(I always preferredmy associates oMer than' myse]f,)was what is generally knownas a wan about town, a man mho klnows ev* - / ¦; • .BT;'E/tryjL; ^ LTAiis/;;;/ ¦: r';/'; /¦ * T THE 'age /of iwentyiib^e/X^ound; ii myself ah orphan^ and "tieir "'&';»'«£ immense,; for ttft^. ;^-^S;;:haji^^cF'^f brigiit complexion/ blaekj evesy Grecian cose, finely ca^Jp^white'tefetfc black, carling hair ;i«ndiiii * apbf...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

, .777^ : „_. '. \" < • TgEOi?ISlS. The New York Tribune has opened red hot shot upon the rotten dynasty in: Washington. It says. No, Republicans! this will not be passed as an exceptional case. Grantism has come to judgement at last. This iufamoni abuse of the public service for personal and partisan gam has borne its inevitable fruits. The stubborn partisan may excuse 1 hd .protest as he will. In every State there are thousands of voters whose minds are made up this day, beyond possibility to change, to redeem the honor *>f the American Republic, by such votes hereafter, that neither Grant nor any of his favorites,, nor any man who has impudently called our civil ser vice "the best the world ever saw," nor any defender arid apologist for this most scandalous Administration, shall ever again be able to claim that he ha* the American people behind him. Democracy may be dangerous, true; hut it is not filthy with bribes and stealings—Against vdisloyalty >r...

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