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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

"li he (Belknap) was only a barnacle'! iiid a prominent Republican at Washington, "he could be scraped off and no harm would /be done ; but he is a part of a wen, and to cut it all wt-tntn prove dangerous to*the patieutJ j / It is now alleged that there is sufficient evidence to convict every member ef the Cabinet except Biistow and Fisty including Grant and other high >fficials. The lips of old army officers will now be vnclosed and startling developments made of the corruption and rotteinessof the present Administration. Investigating Committees thrpve these days, in Cities, States} and Federal government. There is abundant material.to work on, and as a prominent Republican remarks, another Belknap cape and th*s Cincinnati Convention will not be held. If the people of this country will submit to a further extension of the Republican party, they are no longer fie for self-government. The thunder storm in Washington vis terrible. The lightning is striking'all around t...

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

MORAL Of TBEBEpCN AP CASE. •;*The crisis came when, an ignorant soldier,.coarse in his tastes and blunt m b/is perception9, tond / of money ; and material enjoyment and of low company; Watfjiibt in/ the presidential^chair. We yime-np^ody for /this/ and ubhqdy wis/ ^Hw^ole/7fhe, party /^d/the be$t it^.: . / could under the! circunistances, but his real character as a, civilian began to ap pear very early in his administration. It wje.8 fully revealed vfheh he received his second nomination and the day hVreceived it the republican party! resnmied the responsibility for him and his followers which is to-day covering it with infamy. We have been jwarnirig the readers of this journal for j seven years;that to this complexion it would come at last; that the regime under wh ch we were; living was so coarse arid vend that it must end in some awful; catastrophe that j would cover us with shame s nd fill us with despair; that the southern <,o/utrages', were but a blind, s&g...

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

Advertisements New This Week. rj.RIFFIS;£ siYRE, DEALERS IN VX Hardware, Iron, Nail*, Honeelarnitbin? Qoodt, Groceries and Problems. Wood, Stone, Jtppaned and •Preseed Tin Ware, 4c, *c. march 16, 'TO. OPKCIALNOTICE! ' . The nnderelgned, overseer* of the poor of-Harfcrd Township, are desirous of apprenticing, to responsible parties, two minor children, (boys) ae<d four and six years, nntil thty shall arrive at the age of twentyone years. Apply to J D. Ml rARKAR. IpnAr Mutera JACKSON TINGLBT.r0*' BMte"- v Harford, March 15, ^ STe.-ow ANEW FEATURE IN MONTROSE. 'AStflitf / W; .kill has been invtirnted fori the sale of Horses, Cattle. Ac The first Vendue vriilj be held on Public Avenusln Montrose, on i •'¦¦'' Saturday, 51 a roll 18,1§T6, commenring at 1:30. pi. m.. when will be sold to the bigbest bidder the folljiwlng articles: Four work Horses.-lO Good Cows, or more; wealv expect a consignment I of young cattle; 2 new tumbei Wugoa*, Top'Bus'.'y proati cloth trimmings, shiftl...

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

XpARM TO RENT. Th c farm well known aaj the ThomaV Harteett «wm of fiichmond Hill, Silver Lake TowaaMp, 8j»q»t «»j» Pa.Jia now for rent. *s ao-extra -S*lriir-M« WaMtain» m acres, For fall i.aiticBlaw iJjWfe&^IiSl* Masbrat Richmond HU1, or of T, -jBfPtU, Silver Lake, Snsq'a Co.,Pa. '"",''. i*:S.%'- MarchISth, 1OT6.-4W. ¦ --;..."--;:'.'-; ¦//• AlDMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In -tlL the estate ol John W. Dodge.late of Middletown deed. Letters of; Administration in the said estate haviing been granted to'the undersigned all persona owing eMd estate, are requested to make Immediate payment, and all persons having claima against said estate ate requested to present ttem without delay. ,^ , * 1 •'¦ . ¦ .«, i ESTHER. DODQE, Uarch 15, 1876.i-6w. ...; Administrator. BEGISTE^S NOTICEr-Public no-Al» tice is hereby given to all persona concerned In the fol lowing estates, totrit: Bstktc of Ann Davis, late mt Liberty, dee'd, A.H. Mcqoll im, Admlstrator/ I . . . Bsjats of Charles W. Deans,...

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

BfsJ Calico 7£ cents per yard at Cimip John's. ,7 . ITAyB.'YOU-.H.EAE^ Tfie followlnir i* a Specimen of It. 3%4 pounds TEA, lor one dollar. 5 cans PEACHES or TOMATOES tor otic dollar. !;' 4 cans LITTLE NECK CLAMS for one dollar. . '" 7 pounds BA18INS for one dollar. 22 bars SOAP for one dollar. 10 pounds primes for one dollar. 14 pounds SALERATUS for one dollar. 4 pounds COFFEE for one dollar. 12}£ pounds CKACKEBS for one dollar. 150 JAW BREAKERS for one dollar. The whole lot for TEN DOLLAB3 «ud a pnm-ni thrown in. Good for minely days. &¦ larue stock ot new and choice goods eoually low, By callltig at the head of Navigation you shall have the lull value ot your mo»<y tjvery time and something extra. Call and secat A. N. BULLARD'S llontrose, March 8. ItPlB. - / --- - - » ii ii- i wiVi-i' i ~ ' ¦ i —~* Best OalicoeeT^-cts. p*.*r yard at Cheap John'tf. HERRINfJ & FARllEL, 237 :Ox*ott-d^xreiy;'jST. "V MA«U^AUTURF«80F ALL Kl^J&S OF IPix-o a,ia.ci ESxur...

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

.\. ¦ , - SHERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of writs issued by the Court of Common Pleas of Su-quehiinni Couuty and to me directed, I will expose to pubil c vendue, at the Court House in Montrose, on Fnoay, April 7th, 1876, at 1 o'clock p.m., the following pieces or parcels of land, to wit: All that certain pteee or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Montrose, in the County of Susquehanna and State of Pennsylvania, boarded and described as follows, to wit: On the east by Cherry street, on the south by lands convened to Theresa M. Qerr.tson by Geo, B. Lambert, ana on the west and north by lauds of Wm. M. Post, esq., being 40 feet front pu Cherry street and the wine width through to the west line, all improved, a. d on which Is a Iraine barn painted red. I Seized and taken in execution at the salt of J), a. Lathrop vs. D. M. Rosencrants.] ALSO—All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Township of Uerrick, iu the County ol Susquehanna'and State of Pennsylvania^ bounded a...

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

foe-1 Democrat; ^ f cy POflUSHBp' BVBBT WBDNF.fiD*T MonNipO, : : at MoHtaosB, Susq'a Co., PAi, bt * HA-WLBTT 3c OlfCTSEIt EDITORS & PROPRIETORS, At two Dollars per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—Thk Dskooiur as an advertialng medium is unsurpasfeJi in this section. It teaches the Farmer, Mechanic, and business man. Its circulation la constantly increasing, and itradyertising rates reasonable. Rates will be given at onr:office or by mall. JOB PRINTING:—Onr office irisupplied with four arlntlng preases,together with i la rge variety! of type, borders, lancy Inks, etc.. with which we are prepared to do work in the best ttylt and at prices lower than any competitors in any section. Samples shown: and eHtlmatca cheerfhlly given at our office. Work ordered by mail will receive prompt attention. ,\ E. B.\HAWLKY. - - W. C. fJRU^ER.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

State's Evidence Offered- Chicago, March 12.~It is reported that Jacob Rehm, seeing no other way oat ofshiaimpending doom, has; agreed to go before the Cteaud" Jury Triesday arid expose ex-Congre8emaii J. D, Ward, ex Revenue Collector Phil. Wadsworth, ex-Supervisor Daniel Munn, Simon Brydges, and J. T. Hoyt,. by. showing their connection wit)* the whisky ring.; In consideration lX>i" this-4 testimony, which has been' hitherto inaccessible, he pxpects ;to escape »vith a slight penalty. Attorney Bangs does not deny, and will not confirm this report.

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

Terrible Inundation- Buda, Pesth, March 12.—In five email villages along the ; river Danube, 521 houses collapsed horn the 7th to;the 9th inet., in: consequence of the foundations being damaged by floods. IniPesth and its suburbs, it is impossible to count the houses that have open ruined. If the inundation' continues, huge blocks of houses in this city trjust full, . On the 8th Hist, the large island of Czepel, below Pesth containing five villages* was submerged, and all the bouses except 5 swept away*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

par Wafc^ingioii Xotier^V // SWfiMltoTte:Wmterat^::n THE White Hojjsrt- Wt fi1L%9$^%f.. —The famous East Room—Motley xuroho of visitors—The MaUtyr•- ¦ PBESlDENT-CoSTLYrBAXQCBTS^-MAt^ FEASANCE OF THE SECRETA^flF'Wa^ ^Voters watch your REPRE8RNTAr TIVES-^-EeEP HONES! MEN Iff CONFor pur visit th tho White /House jwe* tri«l to cboee a day, and an hour when tli,rf> would not, in all probability, be a rutlvof calkrs. We had no ofl-Cial favors io ask for ourselves or onr friends, do "ax W g!'in(1" in i^ct, a:Vd we wfeut up to the\pl»ce of the -Chief Magistrate' wirli .a serenity of eoul that no mere pliice-'huntercan.ever feel. Did the peace ol miu'd/ that pitsseth the understanding ot all office seekers,; beam forth on the "countenance of each of our party?—However that may be we were treated vvjtli tlie greatest courtesy, afforded all necessary facilities for seeing, the House juid grounds/ and all question^ readily and politely answered. " '£iie White House stands in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

/ Fleili DcHccndlng In u Shower. Louisville, Ky., March 9.—-The Bath County News (iVthis date says: 'VOr. last Priday a shower of meat fell near the houie of Allen, Crouc'l), w'lio lives some two or three miles from the Olympian Springs, in tlie south.in portion of this county, covering a strip of ground aboutbne hundred yards in length and fifty wide. Mrs; Crouch was out in the yard at the time, engaged iu making soap, when meat which looked like beef began td fall around her. The sky was perfectly clear at ithe time, and she said' it fell like large snow flakes, the pieces as a general thmgjnot much larger. One piece f^!l near heif which was three or four inches square. ^Ir. Harrison Gill, whose veracity is unquestionable, and from whom we obtained th ^ above facts, hearing of the occuraoqe visited the locality the next day, and says he saw partiebs of meat sticking to the fenses and scattered over the ground. The meat when it first felr appeared to be perfectly fresh/ '.-:•...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

,—-0-0-9- Prospect of War- " Berlin,'March 12—Prii.ee Bismarck is determined toexact the fullest satisfaction from China, for the plunder of the schooner AnTTa at Fochow. . Tlie Chinese pirates,,aftWrpurdering the.captain and pilo|, pejug | protected^ by the legal- authorities. The American and British government support the German claims. The British' Admiral Ryder, has ordered armed assistance. The Germans will be shortly dem^nidiiigntuF^ttimaiumiof. the Pekin government, and have reinforced their squadron in British waters, consisting-of lour corvettes^ mounting fiftyfour guns, and two gunboats mounting twelve guns. The Bfitisli/anT G^sift squ adrons " will assemble at Hong Kong for joint action., ..<-' ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦_;

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

/ A Bureau of Fraud. CHICAGO; March l\—J/„ has been ascertained, through th> affidavits of numerous persons ihtb;,a city that ther^ e is an organized co'jrtpafjy which has its headquariers inrButralo, N. Y., gotten <Vp *xpre&s)y for furnishing witnesses an4 professional jdrymen in afiy part of the country to run cases and give such teatimony as is desired to bring about a Certain eiid. It is also said that this association hai its ramificatibus through Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Cincinati and o! tber cities where therel are Regular- agencies/ and/that there are a certain class of lawyers and private and pv.b!ic.d:;tc.ctivc.£ ca:/ricctcd wits* thorn. ¦ -¦ It is understood that- the matter will be presetted/to khe grat|d jury here to-day/

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

Eiiscellaneous. glLLINGS QTROUD. . .: general: :i-:/"'' ';') FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT ' , insurance mmt, Montrose, JPa. Capital Represented, $100,000,000! '.' -! P ^ '- '-.:-• Fire Association of Phil., Capital & Assets, % 3,60O,00C insurance Co. of N. A., Phil., " » 5,000.000 Pennsylvinla Fire,, Phil., " •• l.-SOQ.OOO Ine.Co.ofPa., Phtla., ". " 100.000 Lycoming of Manncy, Pa; " . " 6,000,000 Lancaster of LancaEter,; •• : " 400,000 ^ewtoI^ of Newton, . " " lSO.OsK) HomeIn8.Co.,N.YM " ; " 6,000,000 NaUonal " " i -i "•" " 450,000 Commercial Fire" - " •• .450.000 Hartford Fire of Hartford Ct. " u 4,000,000 Atlas '• «• " ,." ". ,500,000 Royal Canadian, of Montreal, Canada, •:.••'... H ; l.SOO.OoO Liverpool. London * Globe, , . of Liverpool, Eng., " -** 26,000,000s Providence Washington, of Providence,-R. 1., " " •• 600,000 '. •/;• '"UFK// ;^/;/''--./'//';'- : Conn.Matcal Life Ins. Co., AflBetts ' $40,000,001' American Life. PhU'a. M ,$5,000,000 ' ACCIDENT.'-^"' - /.-,- ¦'¦ J; *...

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

Legal notices. AP ^TERDAN*MLE PRA:iSEMBNJrs. Dealer i in merchandise, etc., in Susquehanna County, take notice, that, in purauance of the several A cts of Assembly of this Commonwealth to, provide revenue to meet the demands u'pbn the Treokury and for other purposes, the undersigned/^ appraiser of Mercantile taxes for said County, has prepared a list of traders in said County, and placed each in. that class which to him a apears just and right according tO the Acts of Assembly, to.wit :¦¦' / :. Auburn. A -.. Liwerty. .FLacey UlRTHandrict I 12 t J Carter ,18 Joseph Newman i 14 : A Lore." l4Munson&Knight 14 , ewk«bury'& Sou 11 Middletown. Ai •OBushnell 14 putrid white ,w ; 14 i^Adans . 14 Montrose: ! ,pw./mwt ...ANBullard J 14 CWortt , 14,w.IMullore -11 rE'Pw5*;J" ' ; "Lyonr.. Drake . Si* .. Btldgewaler. Jfb Chandler 5 14 »erryMa^cy J?,HJWebb ? 14 r"8-„M^!?n 1 ||BR Lyons & Co ?"js N. M. Cdrey > . 14 j RTjSwitt 13 Brooklyn. |A B Burns pro a ; 13 Dol...

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

' ' ' I 'J ' ,( TO THE -...'-. ;y PEOPLE GF SUSQUEHANNA CO. f.}:*; :--:-^;-;!;.:;: ) 1 Lax<iM, lAiroGBs«Ji»M:--The5pertloaof K: WHO WILL BE ; r Oil MTIBEW 1 is not of M much importance to yon M the fact tail , CttEAP;.;0HN, \ of MontroBe, ia Belling hlB entire Btock of goods coielsting in part of. »: Mens' and Boys' Reddy-Macte Clothing. % «' « • «• ... Boots and Shoes. t( (i « . -! - Hats and Caps. \\ 3>Et^ OpCXDJS, NOTIONS AND HOSIBRT, UNDERWT^^ADIBi CLOAKS, PELT SKIRTS, TRIhMED bATS t AND BONNETS, BRAWLS, 8UOBS, WATERPROOFS, TIES. RUFFLES. Ac.; etc., . At 10 per cent less than>nr» t cost, (the proof of tt* Pudr ding It the eating thereof,) for ^a nn flndootOt) ^ truth of this by giving him a call at Mb store in PoaU Building Our reasons jor the above enormouB reduction. »M several, 1st, our large and well assorted stock wants ,e ducing.' Second, we are making preparatl»nB to removt IntoSearles ¦' • New Brick Store, t now being built next dooi to the NEW BAN...

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

Simple Case Chapter-.I.—tt wis l<ew Year's morning,— He h^ltyeen! tjithkhig deeplyLfdra'daypl t,Wo and Inhere was.a Spartan look on bis faws j^-he saVdown :to breky 'i^oitfgli ^Vl^Vd-.beittfiye^-feU -better in.'iifa-life.:-"¦ (^habiebII.-^Rising frfctrrthe tablebedrew for th his tobacco box' aild satd'tb fiis Wij[es:.!';.; ^*'Hannaj_^ rrn going to quit tJie^w&ct'JV'^: "V-'No-f^'';''';".^^;.-.,'.'..:;. .W-?:--. ' •<•¦:¦!.- ¦¦ •' ; ''Yes, 1 am., Fve been a slave to the disgusting habit (or forty "ykarS, but now" I'm done with It! Ooine b^re, Hannah'!* ;;; hheloHowed him tothe back door, and b« Bung the box Jar out into the. bnck yard. ';- • Chapter Ill^Foiir' days fatal passed. ^Dried pumpkin, cloves,r.spiccs, gum,'and dried b^ef had; been chewed-iu place ol the acustpmed quid.. Thefamily cat .had been Ricked out of the house;, the do^'Va'd fled ; the hiretlgirl's nose was up ;-eyery; peddler in ; tP>y» came to the door., . ¦''.¦' :¦¦'¦ .--'•' "",....

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

Professional Advice Did you ever know Major Ben Gamble, who used to own a.bed of those magnificent oysters at the head ot Buzzard's Bay ? You have eaten''the." Warebam" oysters ? Well, the major's were of the same quality. Once upon a lime Major Ben had occasion to send for tbedoctor Dr. Ansel Sprowle was the man—arid he came and examined and prescribed, and dealt out his medicine. In due course the doctor sent in his bill, having evidently made it out with a view to the pecuniary ability of his customer.. "For medicine," he chargedi $1.75, "For profeisiojnal advice §5." The major* squirmed, but paid the bill..^ He could see no help. Not long after this Dr., "Sprowle got a taste of I bo Gamble bed oyster at a neighbor's, and having ascertained where they were obtained, he resolved to huve some. The next time he had occasion, to pass the major's restaurant, he pulled up and made inquires about the bivalves He thought that he would take half a bushel in his wagon. HovV long wo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

Jotiuiiy's Compsition THEOWt. ,...--. Wen you come to see a owl close it has offle big eyes, and weii ybu couie to feel it wilh your fingers, wich it bites, you fiud it mostly tethers, with only jus meat enul to hole'cm to -gather. ¦ '•''',¦''¦ '..'..- -j Once they was a man tliot fa? wud like a owl for a pet, so he tole a bird man to send him''the besone in the shop,'but wen it was brot he lookt at it and squeezed it, and it diddent suttj. So the man he rote to the bird man and said He'keep the owl you sent, tho it aint like I wanted^ but wen it is wore put you must makp me a oilier, wilh littler eyes, for I spose these eyes are number twelves, but 1 want number sixes, and then if I pay you the same price you can aftord. to. put in more owl. ;-..; Owls has got to have" big eyes cos they has to be out a good deal'at nite a doin bisnis with ral^xand;inice, wicb keeps Jlxte ours. "They is saiti to be very wise, butrmy sisters voting mnn he says any bobby cude be w'se if they w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 15 March 1876

J N« di^H allowed Cars. . ~ It happeled the other day on the Lehigh. Valley Railroad. The irairj bad just !ett fe#; ton aud^ ^ cpnjjuctoj; was making his first I'ound, when lie obseryeii'a small white dog *with a bushy laiVahd brifebt black eyes Witting cosily on the seat beside afyqung lady so]bandsome that it made his hear roll oyer likfj a lop-Vided pumpRin, But duly was duty, and he remarked, in bis most deprecatory manner £ *Tm sorry^ madam, but its against the rules to have dogs in the passenger cars." : "O ! my, is that so T' and she turned up two i^ovely brown eyes .at him beseechingly. " What Tn the world will I do? I can't throw)him away He's a Christmas present from my aunt." ¦ •"¦'••' '-'"' 1 * "By nc means, miss. We'll put him in a baggage car, and he'll bje just as happy as a robin in spring." "What! put my nice white, dogin|avnEtsty, stuffy, dusty baggage car ?" ¦', • ' Tm .awfully sorry, miss, I do assure you.but the rulei 'o¥ tlie company1 are as ' inflexibl...

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