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

Q&0Ck~Ge0 ¦ $***** ^ Pw*e> Eli9h» ? Franklin—Geo W Smith. Friendsville^Lawrence Mclnerny. Gibson—Albert W Barnes, Johrr C Felton, .N Great Bend tp-j-Wm DuBob. Edward«Munsony'y... ¦';' - ,|y" ,;v: ¦ > : .; Harixiony-rEdgir *T French. Harford—Daniel M Ftirrar, Jessup—Wakenian c Hendrick, Jackson-Joel n Lamb, Trtnuah W Clinton, John B Steenback, Thomas Randall. Lathrop—Horabe W Ball. ¦ < Lenox-David G Black, John Buck, James 8 Belcher. * • ¦ Liberty—Job A. Knapp, Dexter D Stanford, Little Meadows—Ansel Fox, Jonathan Barney.- ..-,,.' I ..:.-.. -\ • Mitldlelown—Iferrin S Ross. New Miltord ip—Hubert Blandtnjr, Peter Smith, John Washburn, WinYauCoit. >< Rush—Orange Mott. ^r Stisq'a.Depot-jDavid Mason. - ' ' - ' Springville—Anson A Church. ? Silver Lake---\ymijtm"Meeker, jr. -.; Traverse j Jurors—Second Week. Apolacon—Enos 8 Foster, Auburn—Isaac'B Howard, Elijah Crane. Bridgewater—Sylvester I Hart, Edwiu Hill. Brooklyn—Robert F Breed. Clifford—...

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

Business Locals. K . ¦ . | ¦ Oysters ! Oysters !! Oysters !!! Forty, 50 and $0 cents per quart, at the 52tf , . ¦* Keystone Saloon. Verily Verily, i say unto you: Go to tlie Keystone Saloon and get a good Oyster Blew. Dec. 29.1875.—tf. . -: .1 ¦¦ -^T- ".• -.. '. For pure Drugs and Medicines, go to M. A. Lyon's Drug Store, at Abel Turrell's old stand. Montrose, March 8,1876. ¦ '* ' 10w3 Photographs—Pictures taken in all the latest styles. Old pictures copied and enlarged Also a splendid lot of frames for sale cheap j at G. W. Doolittlb's. Montrose, June! it),'74—tf. Prices Reduced at The Steam Mill. ' Persons wanting meal and feed can buy it at the "Steam Mill! for less than they can get it from Binghamton. Come and see how it is yourself; v Dt A. Moon, Superintendent; Montrose, Marrjh 1.1876. 9w3. i H. RosKNTHAT.v P/actical Auctioneer will (upon aplicatiou) attend to all public sales in the above capacity. Terms reasonable. Satisfaction warranted. Address or apply to H. Rose...

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

i i The markets. ! j. -I Xexv York Produce market. Reported Every Week ExpreSuly for Thb Moktbose Democrat by Rhodes & Server, Produce Coramts-¦ lon Merchants. 2ft WhlUbkll Street.^ ew York. .New York, Friday, March 10,1876. .' \. BUTTER. Receipts last six days...{ .11,850 pkgs. There is a continued gojod demand of State butter of grades say worth- about 32c.up to 40c. and with the supply of sijich rather light, especially of the finest quality, prices are held very firmly. State Dairies, fine.^....; —• @ 83c State Dairies,good to prime....30 - @ 32c State Dairies, fair to goojl 26 @ 2§c State Firkins, choice, selected..— @ i33c •¦ State Firkins, gocd to prime....30 @ ,32c State Firkins, fair to good 25 @ 28c Stele Pails, dairy, ichoicej......— @ —c State Pails,dairy,good to prime 30 @ 38c State Pails.common to fair... .22 @ 25c CHBESK. I .. Receipts last six days 11,090 boxes. From present indications we judge Ihe exports this week will be pretty liberal as shippers...

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

i-X-A.zi.zi.x^-0-xas.- < . rr~r-. * : ! > fr— ¦ ' .» ' i I BvRKE-~CoNNEt.ii—At the Catholic church in Friendsville, on Thuraday, Feb. 24th,by Rev. Father Murpbyi Kats Byrne, daughter of Daniel Byrne, of Forest Lake, to Mathew . Council ot Choconiit. | Newton—Gordon—At the house of the|bride's parents, Clark Green, Pa., March i0,|by the Rev. Isaac Beyan.E. W. Newton to'Eva L Gordon. | I « Denkib— Wellman-tAI Franklin Tannery, ' Pa., on Sunday,! March 5th, by J. 11. Munger esq., J. DaytonDennis and Euima Wtllman both of New Miltord. '' " \ -, - y-' WiLSON~JoNES-rWer'nesday evening,- March 1st, at the Baptist pajrsonaged, iu Montrose, by R«v. Dr. Ciikslure, Mason ;B. AViison ¦ to v Annie Jones all-of Montrose. i &Mrr«—-Pepperj—-On Thursday nuiorriingf March 9, at the;Baptist parsonage irji Montrose.rby Rav. Dri ChesshireVAlvev M. Smith to Mary E. Pepper, both of Rushvill^ Sueq'a COVPtf. '..':'" -' -]v ¦ WdsD^MiTH^-Xhi Thursday morningj March 9, at ih«i Bap...

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

¦ .,'•• ¦: . / J3M-a.TBCSI. I j 2 ;j •'"• '' Stbad^an—>ear Elk Lake. March 4th, Wiillte H, sob of E. W. and Sarah Sieadman, aged 10 months. y | HEWrr4—In, Tronton. Le'iigh co, Pa., Feb. 25th, Mr. Julia Hewitt, wife of ox-compais sioner Abel Hewitt, who with her husband resided m Brooklyn, this county, for many yearsl aged 70 years. J ChapmIn—March 1st, Nellie Grace, daughter of Clias. M. and- Mary E. Chapman, a§ed 3 yearst 3 months and 7 days. j ^'Forjl say unto you, that in Heaven their angels do always behold the faceof my Father whi ^ ch is in heaven." ^ 1 MAOEE|-In Rushyille, Feb. 18j of pneumonia, Eben Magee, aged 63 years and 8 mouths. StJTToii—In Springville, Feb. 26, Samuel Sutton, nged 79 years and 5 mouths. TAYLoR^-In Great Bend, Jan. 22d, Mrs. Mary Ann, wife of Warren Taylor, aged 69 years.

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

•——-ay"_ _.* ¦ — ¦ List of tfew Advertisement*. Sheriff Sales. ".'.¦". License Petitions. Register's Notices.;' New Feature in Montrose Farm to Rent—T Hartnett Business card—Griflls & Sayre. New Firm—Boyd, Corwiu & Cooley. * Special Notice of the Overseers of the Poor of Harford Townshia;.y ' (- Business ; Locals. ACard-J. R Cooley. Shoes—Read & Stroud. - - NewStock—Read & Stroud. To those afflicted—Dr. T: J. Wheatoni I .-_ ,.1 : \ > . Spring Bonnets.—Spring bohn^ta trimmed ready for wear have arrived, says a! New York journal, and are a creamy white mass of chip, -ribbons, lace aud flowers, all of the one shaJe' tht is already becoming monotonous. The ¦chips are very fine, and the preference for yeliowUh white is marked, for although colored chips—brown,gray or black—are imported untrimmed, not one colored, bonnet is found among the large importations of. trimmed bonnets for models. The new rough finished yet glossy straw bonnets' are ...

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

Arrangement of Mails. ' Via Railboad: '.-'.. Arrives, Departs .„ktannock. (Daily,).-...- .»......,..-?WPV;»l» m '" . Via Stasis:.... „ ntr0.tfDepoMDany,)...... .:... 600pm 620a_a ^on. vUfora,(t)afly.) .....1000am 130pm ??ffiTl'c (tr weekly.) i 600pm[ 800am ?flffl ation,(trl weekly.).. 100am 700am ^Jhimton;»te8.Uke,(tri weekly).. 600pm 700pm KSen!uriweekly,)......,v,....10()Oam 400pm Irhn Now York, (via Montrose Depot,) New Milford. rJnkhaimock.anii Wyalueing aredaily. •¦ i . ri?bcOonklln Station mall mas TuesdayB.ThurBdays, 1Th^BinJSSiton maU,(«ia Silver Late,)'rnaB Tuea-...Thursdayft. and Saturdays.. . !, \ ^cndBvillo mall runs Tuesday*,Thur*day«,a_d Sat BThe Mftshoppen mall rune Mondays, WodWlays,and Fridays- j DmoHA_. Stacks :, i Stngoloare^daily forMontro?eDepot ntl rn.,aTid ^ASta^c leaves dally for New Milford at780a.m. ttd'rewr«stS80Plm. K,c> poRD ' p#M_ "" • Montrose Eailway Time Table. . . ^r'rans'uent of Trains. To take effect on Monday, D^.SW,'18W. | •¦! ¦ : n...

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

pUBLIC SALE OF JPo-roroxxAl jpx'o .pexity. The undersigned will offer at public sale oh Saturday. March 18, commencing at 10 o'clock a m,Jthe following property, to wit: iNine coW8, bine two year olds, five yearlings, twenty-one good sheep, one yearling-colt, one bineyear old mare, about 300 bushels of oats, also a quantity of hay in .the barn, two; nice shoals, one sow with pigs, poultry, etc. Also] one mowing machine, one Ithaca horse rake with broad cast dower attached, one platform spring wagonj, one lumber wagpn, one single bhggy, one single harness, one ' double harness, one coru-sbeller, one horse fork, one cultivator], two plows.j one corn plow, one thirty-tooth harrow, one pajir bob sleighs, one bob sled iron *ht>d. ones grindstone, two farm bars, one of them cast-steel, hand rakes and forks, dairy fis iures, such as pans, pails, cog churn, &c,&c. i[ general assortment of farming tools too numerous to' mention., Some fifty, bushels "of potatoes rais...

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

Iron, Hardware, etc. .. . '' ISRpSwr, Dealers In '" ' STOVES, TIN, COPPER & SHBBT IRON WARES, HOUSE FURN> ISHING GOODS, AND BUILDERS HARDWARE, &0. . - . -. v ¦ ' - ¦ .. ' . ' \ ¦ ' ¦ . . - .- , . • ¦ - . • • : '! -- • - ¦ ¦ ¦' ¦ ' ' ¦ Agents lor ¦..'•:¦•"¦-¦;:' 'u. '¦¦' ¦ ' ¦' BLANCHARD, BARTLET & COSASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WINDOWS, CORNICE MOULDS INGS, &C, which we will sell at Blanchard, Bartlet &, Co's. pr*< rs NAILS, SCREWS, LATCHES, BUT1 •*.'-'.-SASH AND BLIND FASTENERS AND HINGES, HOES,. FORK SHOVELS, RAKES, WIRE GOODS, &C. Special Inducements on Panu, Pslls, Cookir avdaODairying Goods, j * ——— ,-• IRON CLilD, FIRl^T PREMiUM. MILK PANS. (John Hxyden, General Agebt) - i-OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, rLA*- FORM, SPRING AND BUGh GY WAGGONS. Unsarpassed for Style and Durability* We have recently acded.to onr selection of Morse ' The Cbntexnial Cook, made by Rathbone, Sard 4 Co., Albany N. T.. and tbe Ajgand Base Burning Parlor ...

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

|am5>.#f^S*»«M*, su«q'u County farm^r^ Csjuto ^ 5 *. to»jji e-"i| i!a«jJul tontlkatloWof flic*question -'When and vvhete will you draw and spread your manure to realize the best results?" lrom last weeki Question dlscusseo March 4th 1876. . I ' 'tAiJdllba Stoiifeisiiread manUte-in.his 0 ch_rdi iighfr!«ler* hayi#;'ana sowi-d ulft teii<M bJ _>att;6l th-i * piecfe.; the 2 Same llav, andXU nt«t/.y«ir,theife .Wastwice' as "much hay where" he-sowed the plaster us there was wlisreJie did not sow it. He claims that plaster has a tendency to fix theamonia; that ,,on, ar>(*th. r piece he kt-pt drawing and shading in the fall till tlie g^onijdtroze, thenppt it.in piles and'snread ltaiV-th^ spring;, that ;wlm» iiayitigVimehcaroe;;the;griW§-wtvs .uiuch heavier on the partvjthat- he spread in the spring ; that it was: all good hay ; thut meadows should ^ be topdieeeed -the fiu-st, of 'sebotVd' 'year''after seeding • that 'it does little good to.spread, manure o...

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

i Business Cards. 4 HR. ELLEN IE. MITGllfim ?HY|- : SSai°Slto?aipK NY- after four years'.prart|c#j in ypn.dal^, wis- ; cdife ^?l_3t4j*.»»Sfe'i15_1^_1- ^ffl^fe" given to diseases 'ofrwbmen »J>4/bUdKn. Offlceft the foot of Main Street, in the;old David Post hbme-^ontrose.Dec..l5;fe75.-3m»n60 , _ ... t , __',. 1TT~S. BALriwiN^qp., HOM#.". XI • patbic Physibian, has located himself at Moh- ' troeewnerehe will fetend promptly toailProfessional bMlness. entrusted to» hie care.;; mT^Mc^ la-Ca,tmal^B bulldihg. second floor, front. ^Boards at Mr.iB. : Baldwin's. ! " •'.-'.,-'„„. -i.. ; . " • ilonirose, Pa.,March 10,18(5.'- ; •¦- ¦¦ .' . ". ' ^"^wSmITHv DENTiSTir- XJ Itooms at his dwelling, nesrt door north of Dr. Ualsey's. on Old Fqnndry street,; where be would he ihappy to see all those in want of Dental Work. He feels conUdent that He can plc^eall.boih lnqnalltjof work unci iu price. Office hours from9 K. M.to 4 PJM.; ; Atontrose;h'eb.ll ^H-^tf :.;.., ¦ ,|, , . , ' \_y ^ \vJco6it ...

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

IVt" ?-;-^*•?- "-' ¦ .___!-_l—.-^—«^—ai —^_ ¦"¦ •; ~'r~-^~~~~y] ; BANmif <s;^0K^r ., .a ¦ -. •;' -' '. -'Or.'i2 ¦•' I '• :•'•-'- -'-:!,:-"-f> > a: e.vciii 4ii :;;.-i;!.; Mo#tRdfetiMPA.;M-AM\,i 5ENERAL BANKlfrci SU^IKEr^jDblSE. COLLECTIONS MA3>i ON ALliT POINTS AND PROliPTlLY AOdlOUN'- TED EOR AS.SERETOFORK.v DOMisTiC;' ANiK EdJRfiM^ EXCilANGE FORSiALEy M UNITED STATED & OTHER BONDS BOUGHT AND BOLD.v COUPONS AND CITY AtNJD COUNTY BANE CHEC]KS CAiSlIED AS :. .' ;: \"USp;AL.::jy , .'..¦(/¦:':¦: ..-> • ¦ r.—— ..]''". ¦.''--'¦•. '•' :: > OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGE TICK^ ETS TO AND'ERO^ EUROPE. ; INTEREST ALLOWED ION SPECIAL TIME DEPOSITS,: AS PER AGREEMENT WHEN THE DEPOS- ,.' : .1: ;- ITilBs fMAflE. ¦¦.-/y^-A i ¦ '. I i • y % In ItbiJ future, as ini tlie past[, we shall endeavor toj transact all mdriey business tothesat^- JiictiOri of our patron^ autl coiirespoudeiits. '^ ; 1.! wm! h. d0.QjMiB-«fc/cio.,V'.4" -¦\ M|>r iti'ose,;Mareu=10...

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

EliscellaneoTis, I ...:,Wa MONTROSE1 ' ¦ . ~~~ ||iNING:;'::!:|lILL i';rw'V''."i^V " ."'..ASP ¦¦ ..-'*'.'•'•' ¦' .' ' ^%6^»EH";¥^p-f In "order to better accommodate the commnnliv »v. ind _reigr,ed has-«?stnhllshed a depot for the I'liM ^nnfber Manufactured at. hit ncwir-erected hniWim, ho Old Keelcr tnnheiy Site, In the l!dine °* ' i-":.".,«v- :.u .-. ••>.s.-o- " - '.: ¦ ..* ¦¦ ¦ HEART OF TOWN where will be kept constan tly on han d.. tA full stock of ' WHft& IND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK. OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK * WAUxSUT LUJlBEIty 5whicb,wlth, the aid of the most improved machlncy and ! competent workmen. Is prepareu to work iutoany Aane to meet the wants of Customers. ," v WELL SEASONED LUMBER" INCLUDING SIDEJO FLOORING, CKiLING, SHINGLli AND ' LATU CONSTANTLY OMUASD. ¦ ¦¦ - ,: r'.'l; ¦ ."", ../.'¦ .'.' ,y ' 'l ; ¦ Planing, Matching, Slouldlngs. and Scroll Sawin_ cone to order. =•-..-WaftGirp MATW^JkCWnV. in connection'wi)n the above establishment, under the manageme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

' THE ©M».OAI£ WOOjfc"J-:¦-> The old oak door ig silent; but the£, It has more fancies-than most of men ;"•¦•'.; The rosea hang over, the meads are in clover, And the "world gobs on, from dawn to dawn, Giving some joy, ain^givin^ some pain ; ,' My cot is kissed by the teariut rain, ':; And the oak doorTswinghig to and frbj | Seemslite'sfrailffiu'ttle,weaving slow. - [ The old oak door is groaning, the light - On my heart within, turns ruddy and might; Yet friends have departed, one came brokenhearted, To die i» the shade, this old door made ; And some have wandered so far away; They never shall stand where Jtlie shadows plav,. , '.'¦'''•- -¦ \: Of the old oak door, that to and/fro, < Weaves as life's shuttle, sad ana slow,. The old oak door lias opened tolgreet,, -. ' . Full many a bride, with music sweet, *. .: Father and mother, sister and brother, Have one by one, their journeys done ; , Within the fire burns warm and bright, $o childish form, nbrbride-in whit...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

JHE LAST BISCUIT, FR17DENX)E Halting sat alone in the wide, shady kitchen, busily engaged picking over, whortleberries. Without, the golden sunshine of an August afternoon bathed the green- fields and dusty road that wound away to-the village, and touched with rich|r color the sweet peas, geraniums, &c, iu the tiny garden, and the heavy Virginia creeper that climbed and blossomed above the door.- Pru dence made a pretly picture as she eat on a "low cricket, with a large apron spread over her blue; sprigged muslin dres* to defend it from the stains that had soiled her little brown hands. She was a petite, dainty round maiden of eighteen, -^wi'th great dark /eyes and glossy curies, shading her fair brow and cheeks that had aT touch 61 wild rpse blcom upon them. ^ •••;''*¦• ¦: : ¥ The kitchen, too. such a pretty picture, with its weir scoured floor UiM .dresser, its asparagus topped clock,! its shining stove, with bunches.'.'of vivid cardinal flowers set on the snowy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

A Tlmelj-Lesson. ; ' - BY itAEY MAPLE. V ONEJ morning I entered bur dressingroom and threw myselfji>to my comfortable ropkingchair for the special purpose of thinking. The room and its fnrui3hiii£ were pleasant anjd pretty when in order, but just now it;WJ>is in a state bordering on corifusion., to| say the least. There were my husband's" "Sunday clothes" thrown, upon a ; lounge, just as he had cast them a*ide the night previous on his retn rh frohi a politic tl convehti'nn, a pair of slippers occupied ;a stool, and a ot boots were standing n<it faroffjHsif it keep watch of their master's possessions. Three or tour papef' collars that h d failed to becpnie wedd|edtd tb^B shirt baud, were;'thrown upon the carpet, and almost as. many" neck-ties were -^trewn upon the dressing btt^eaa.!Thb^poh1at•f urn jar, was mih us its C(|>ver, * ^ahd*; the tooth brush and powder jlay, upon the window,6e&t„.jast as he had left thepa an hour before. / ; i v ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

A pfsoppoinicd Ifoofeler ^ , This is the way his narae^reaffrfn th#c hpiteTrelister-r'-V"!"'^" '-^ ;^>u:'-. un^t ^Constablef Henry Harrison Paul, In^ diana^b ;•¦ ' ¦ .-;-.'¦ {"_.¦:¦¦¦¦¦ .¦ ¦¦*%{)*•:,v'; - \t Ha.waSja portly, man, h^' .ftalked in ^ loud voice, and ije darkly hipted to the clerfe that he ^ks here oh ImportantT)a^ sihe^s\-;' ¦'¦>•¦• -.-''- |i :¦ ^'v-ir-/i upml The nextmorhinff after'his arrival he spreadjOutJye or six^ papers0,0; the re^di tn^ rpora fable, andf went tovprf efach cp|« .omii of each paperin -tiirni 'He was occupied for nearly' two hbnrsj and aihe was folding npv the paperg^a gentleman who Had been Ihtereited in (his transac tions, inquired J ^r y-yyl . ¦;,:.' -•-.¦¦¦'• .i "W^ll, didn't yon Jnd what you were looking after ?" \ "No, ein I didn't!" said the Hoosier in a loud voice. > •' ; , '<! always thought the press- of Ueif York was np tpfthe- mark in enterprise, hnt I came into town early yesterday morning and not a du...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

BLIGHTED AFFECTION. His name was Smith. Now, I will joist ask any girl if it wasn't aggravating ? j I always'told" Fanny-that I was not going tov marry a man by the nanie of Sihitl^;" and Fanny always -told nbe the sarHe thing, and here he wa^ real| nicey-all bbt that. Handsome ;and; clever, aud interesting, alnd splendid, aud he bad to'jgo ; and be nafned Smith. Smithf is a horribly common name, you know—-onr grpeijry man's name is Smith—-but I haven't told you how it happe;nedj have I ? " ', '.Vt Well, yesterday I was going down jto pa's store-^-I ought to have said ware/ room (ma says npw, as pa does a^^ wholesale business too, 1 ought tb tie careful,) —and, jost as I got to the corner: of Tenth street, it began to rain. I had been and gone and got pii my new bat, ant' all the curl would have come out of the feather in two minutes more^ but he came along just then, and he had ^n umbrella; up. I suppose I Ibokecf ki»d of frightened, for. ma had told me I'd better not wear ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

The election in New Hampshire on Tuesday of fast week resultt'd in' a- Eepnblican victory by a majority-~bt about S^OOO on govet nor and the iegis]aiu»;o is sufficiently Bepuolican to secure theXJhited States Senator and full political Control.: It is true that the Mate of New Hampshire"has, been carried by the. Republicans every year since- that parly was born (which was in 1856) except in 1863, 1871 and 1874, yet that it should-give a color of sanction to the present administration in the existing light and knowledge, is surprising to honest j co^le of all parties. ¦-- . ^ ' :¦- If, as the Montrose Repnblican says this week in its wonderful eiiiltation arid dia play of sensational head lines, it is "The opening of the Presidential campaign and is to be considered as a party triumph for the Administration party,then u third term for (lra'nt,Belknap, Babcock,or t ven Joyce need not be Considered an impossibility but may be coolly looked upon by the political pirates of to day as...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Judge Taft the new Secretary of War gave a rnfnonty opfn iph, as one of three judges in the supenbr court at, Cincinnati tuafciiie board o^t'uuuUkiouIrad.vht; i/gi.i to exclude the reading of the Bible; and all sectarian teaching in; the common schools; On appeal, this opinion i was sustained by the Ohio supreme court, and the Bible is to-day excluded as a textbook in the public schools of that State and al! sectarian exercees are forbidden. Judge Taft, however, is bppbsed tcjany division of the school fund, and ithus successfully straddles the school ones tion, being on both sides of it/ ;He f leases the I Catholics' and Jews by his first position and he conciliates the Piotestents by the lust. ! The! pardon of the couiity commission^ ers of Schtivlkill countv who were con-- ** ' * I f A victedof appropriating public money to their own use will be as surprise to the people of the state. The culprits had only served six months of the two years for which they were sentenced...

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