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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Struggle For « Square Heal. - ' "-¦- ' There were two of them squatted down , oh the sunny side of a show bill board, munching the remnants of a ginger cake. The blackest one' remarket melanoholically: ; -¦''••¦ "Mose, did yer eber tinkhow fspensivedis freedom is to. a nigger?". •_ "You bet,hdney! It mighty nigh maKet dis ole man sometimes wish lie was done back on the{plantashap, whajr de smokehouse was e'en amost as big as de State capertel." ,' »%, ' -. "Dat'sde ticket; Now* jis take datbreakfus what 1 had dia inornin'. Daf was a piece of beef, dat wae ten cents: hunk ob bread, dat was; five cents; fried sweet 'taters, dem was five cents, and dal whole breakfus costs diimgger thirty cents ;clar cash Think ob dat now. :. "Dem's purty billions figures, far ft fack I" saidthe old man.".. . . "Billions 1 Why; dey's jib down right bankruptin" dey is. Hyarlbao to pig seben up ez hard ez I can ebery night dp Lord sends to git a equarmeal for breakfus, ah' the big odds agin de brea...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

THE DOORSTEP. ,The conference meeting through at Jujat, ' We boys around the vestry waited; To see the girls come tripping past * LikesnowbirdswiHin&to be mated. Not biavehe that leaps the wall By level musket-flashes lit ten, , ., v. Than t, who stepped before thein all, v Who longed to see me get the mitten. But no; she blushed, and took'my arm I Welet.theold tolks have the highway, And started toward ;be Maple Farm Along a kind of lover's by-way. I can't remember what we said, 'Twae nothing worth a song or story ; Yet that rude path by which we sped, , Seemed all transformed ahd in a glory. ¦ , . '" *- IS a.' ., The snow was crisp beneath our tcet, The moon was fuil.the fields wcregleam'" i»g; 7 ' Byhood and^Tppet Sheltered sweet, Her lace with youth and health was beaming. The little band outside her muff—0 sculptor,; if you could but; mould it !¦ — So lightly toucliedlmyiacket^uff, ' To k' eep H \varm I had to hold it, To have her there with me alone,— 'Twas lov...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

THE SICK MAN'8;8ECRET SOUTH Ridge was a grand old place. Tlie house, or grangers it) was called, stood on the summit of a gentje eminence and always on -eitherside stretched the broad* acres appertah liug to. the es tale* . Here were nicdv cultivated field!, and there long reaches of woodland, covered with the primey*! forest. ,, :'{,?A \ On one side at the foot of the eminence lay a beautiful lake, its surface, dotted with ntany green lslatids, whibh lajy like so m.ar.y emerald gems upon its bosbm. ¦¦> A fairer domain there was not to b3 found .within':..the broad borders- of the State. The house itself was grand and imposing. A broad veranda rati ibput. oh'«ither side,, from: which, at any point, a most beautiful view:T?as to bejobtained. Within, the rooms were high and lofty, and furnished with all that wealth and taste could suggest. .' iThe owner of ^ South Ridge had always been blessed with plenty of the world's goods. The founder of the house had brought ^ from...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

* LElXVI$H&VEPEflCE. After having the whole war fought oyt-r again once more, and the muhagementof all the prisons and hospitajs on either side discussed with more afcerbity thansense, the House put an eijd, to ell the wrangle yesterday by referring' the amnasty bill to (he Judiciary committee. It will come up again, probably on Monday, with Mr. Banks' amendment, providing that those whose political disabilities are removed shall take thejoatb of allegiance as the condition ofiamnesty, and in' that shape will be passed with nP con sderabie dissent.' -,. The amendment is obviously right; and ;hadj'jjtrv Randall admitted it at the -first, Thje would ha* deprived Mr. Blaine of eyen; the little weight his wild words ha&. But lifchdall's parliamentary .blundtr is a slifeht thing- compared] with the offeiiee\o£ "Blaine, for whom, with: the;ghastly bkeleK tons he liasf dragged! Iromythe tombs of the past, the country: caa|'have-upthihg but condemnation, and it;s dem...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Gold closed in- New| York, on Monday at 1.13.. '___i___^ LLiil-^''' '¦! 'f'-i' 1 "Amnesty" islthe Jword 7 most hated by ^^;Ra^icalieaders. ¦ ¦ _ ] ¦¦'r]'],':;;:]; .:'¦>;';;..,.¦; "The ^thirdrparty fbplishness'ns wnatis lieginuing'tb trouble jthe Radical leaders now. \ / ___ ¦""-<• ' ''•- *'":r'-'\ <T-: Grrunt'gave" 100.000 soldiers places inj the W ilderness campaign, and they are ^noUil^ly^^^is inrbedi j ]] r 7 * . Secretary Bristow wmpun^ces his desire Ho have a duty imposed! on the coff.*.--¦ "Tax, tax, tax," is the' burden of th,e , Administration song. . 1 #• Every proposal toj reduce , enormous salaries in Washington is denounced as '"distojal." But the tax-ridden people of it6is;co]uutry are getting tireti of such silly cant. . '. - '-_____J_2__z' t Grantannounces that he will-nP^t write a letter decliningaThird Term. He < seems to think that his letter jto Henry V While, containing a bulforja Third Ternf ¦ has]been generally misunderstood. '.^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

THOSE. TERRIBLEWREYNJJNS. ] -The Perry county' DmocrM- calls at-.-, teiition to a paragmph jin the message of Gov^:-;Tiideh] which.effec^uully^disposi'S of a^Know; Nothing bjjgabpp about wh^ch the fJidJcai ^newspapers Jmye made] a great deal of ignorant i noise.] The Governor :says:' . ¦¦''?.'];]]!f'.]v']']]' ];; i'"V-^ '"<} -¦}¦'¦.¦ \'\' : ^A clause authorizingithesfatH puperint^nde]Ki%\to issue **in li^ ]difcretibir' ceriifiCtites'of ] ^nalificatib|i to g^duates pf apy seminary of a phvate ^corppratioh^ known as the']Sisterh()6d of Grey Nnt(8, on theiri filin^-withr him their ^lomas, appears iu ati j«nemiment of ^charter by*Chapter 353^1 tliel^i0 ^6: ^^ becamfa law oh the^th]of May. l»i» provision did ^nbt1: purport: m make a person havingjsbchi diploma axquahfied teach>r like a-peraon having & dinioma of a state normal school, but merely vested the state eiiperinftaidont with a dis cretion to grant to such a person a cer-; tificate of qualification...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

6e ^^TT^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ti • ¦"' "C' : General News Suuiiwiry. . j Thejdebt of AIIehtow]u .j«£.:f^7^*|& The! republican:%pat]ion^tc^]Ven^^ will be] held at Cincitiati, ^tthflpth. | ^ Ex^enator ^llin^ilpff^QC^tsr county, killed fouffcogs wMoH-weighe 3,064 ipounds. ¦ > [' ' The operatives of several shoe factories ofJLykn,Mass., are-ona ^trike,>nol the strike) threatens to hecome- gpheral. |r. y5 ^^fhojise of General W. Hi fcDavM of tlie Doylestow^jOejnocra^Kas entered, recently and! $600: Worth of silverware . ! > , •¦.¦• . ¦ . : - .1". . ¦*. .' stolenL:'i'--'/'' --i''1 •-.""¦* ? '•¦¦^-' '¦¦'/-'J""' "V! Rev. R«>bert L. Full^,.a ,Bap6t ]nilnister;iislmgerihg'in the Pplttr county iiill o'nla'chargle of sfealing fafVh^rs6 ai^d 'WagoUiV' :¦: ¦ :';' /. ,. ; „v:'].„,,.! Ai{ aflectiPhate wife in J^ew ?dast^] rafi fled aff her Bible to ge^„her]hhsband]onj of Jail:; ihe' ^ci ¦ip-tura|]prpceedin| 5had 'the^esired Effect., ¦!.= .: li,...,'.''5|..'..i...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

' THE NE \V COMMISSiONERs\ ' CLERK. !.'¦].." ':.•, \ ^ : .: •:1- On Monday morning of last' week, the. ^ Commissioners convened again, for business, it being the commeiiCHmeut of court Dire rumors had been floating in the air on. Saturday before,.that. Mr. Baldwin would not accept jthe. clerkship* and that Mr.;Baliquid resign; as commissioner, and the abave me| iVtipued meeting verified first, that Mr. Baldwin would not accept, and,disproved •[he, latter, that Mr. Ball: would resign. Why Mr. Baldwin did not accept, as there had been no reduction in the ealary^we have not iieard stated^ except] that there was ^such a howl," made about the Jsalary that he concluded to drop the b|one. During Monday and Tuesday th e [cohimis^ioners transacted their business.! with Mr. Ball acting as clerk. On Tu^day night it was announced that G. 4 Eldred would " become clerk on the assembling bf the board Wednesday morning as Mr. W^r ler and Mr^ Ball had decided to appHH^ biR'. On Wednesday munun...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

I'A^ertlsemcpts New Tills Week. J_^ V— : : *¦:•';' \f ;[.' ' ¦..: > h'1 BiO^ENTBAIi, Anotionerti^Otos of^Plttaan & CO., yoDArOaeJ^f ^ j ; ./j .^M^lWti1*';??^; t>OULTRY, ¦ •'¦:- ¦:'"-' £-"i\\ l{ ' Ji ^ , -,,,; EGOS *3UTTBR,.-i tinted. Highest cash pri^wlll bc pilil, j : ' •' ' : , j:r' ':'¦ ¦.-J-.-V.-r.} ¦¦¦' >r. si WHE^rCROTPt.; . jRoah, Jannar^l9.1STC.-2W. \, [ .; ¦' i? BACON^.k SONt^WIllL EURr^i» nl?h, at Wholesale or B^\K^ bfest an^flnest assortment of Confectionety; Froit»,,Ki»tj«, Ttiys^c, to be found m this Vicinity, « ***%$$*£& i '¦ JanuarylijlSTel '•.-'• :''"v'-.v' \ -¦ ¦ r---t - \ . ¦ ' :. W -mrti .'.---- ¦¦* f ' ¦ ¦ ; ¦ ' ¦., . "PUBLIC SAiiK.---;.,.x¦:„. j: ;; iTheAsslanees of S. H. * *. D. S^l^KIvSr ialrtic Vendue on the RichmondjHUl farm. uv>ilver; lakei'cri-' -; ^ r , : v>. . ;.,; ^ ,. .[ :- -....,'..:*'. ¦ \ Thursday, Janunrjr », I8T6,, ; j atlOoclock.a.m,,. the following jiropjerty to Vib:f Twelve cows.4 yearlings...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

"VfOTICE-T-All persons basing claims I i^ri ordemandi (except on real estate) Against the ¦ iAobnW »nd Rush Poor ABylnm. mnat present the sarna ¦ idtly tested, on or betore Man h 1st, 1876, for sctUs- ¦ 'Wl MARSHALL VANfcCOTBN. | Directo». ¦ :--:0/'-. ASA WARNER, ). ¦ qpUNKHANNOCK I MARB L£ WORKS^ I I^khS SSittxil,- I .MaTffl&etur^ ofmdDialArs ln 1 ifAUAjr#-i^^ I V.r-V< "•ai'-»;<i.i''.i ';!-' * '-'ly ''¦''¦'' ¦ ¦-•'¦'«'¦ I S>< < MAltBLk^lD SEkTB MASTLK8. - f, 1 SCQ^^tepte^FTE» I .irV.];];]"v;;; :^;^A'8pectortMn^: .i;l'// I : :.iU: ¦iKVjH.s. lo!'.tr*^^.;'^V< j ¦i-uA ,;;:i'y'-T~'r9JTt^::::l..'f ¦ ¦ ¦ F,c. burn's, "-;' "i "' •;:• "•" - tiw>- whitk. I TunkhannockvW..iaan..l9, l»p.if .-¦ , ¦ r>;;;iiiL^0N ^1^o;i]^^:v']' *.;. • [-'•'. ...'..'. [ .', •..-,. ,..,,;. '.', I. -.t\''.' ¦¦' .; ¦: ¦;¦ \.'i^:\ .:::.'.,: * '!, _-:--• iv./n:...' ¦">'' ¦" ' : ¦ . .v,.-.-., ; DEALERS IK.] :. - .'. -\v, j " ''''¦ ' ' ' ': -" ....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

•-.•'. .¦:. -\ j I- ¦ ;..r^-.. • |]he.;: pEMooii^p^ Pobushso Evbey Wbdkbsoat MoBsni^-" , at Montrose, Stjsq'a Co., Pa., bt ,| :; KCA"WIiB"5Er &c ¦&&&&&& : , EDITORS & PROPRIETORS/]/" ¦ r ¦- At two Dollars per Year In Advance. TO ADVERTISERS :-TitB.DB»ocBAr as pn adver> trataK medium,is unsurpassed .-^-th a. section.- It-~««&B^Flimer;M^chanic; iind business ynn^ ^ts rireulatloh is constantly Jpcreasing: and it(! advertising Qtes rea °opahle,^8; ?nrJH be gtven^ur office or rnn pniNTING:—Ourofilco-iissuptilied Wtft fPW ¦ i^^Ses ( id^by mail,:wMl receive prompt att4*l\on. S. B. HAWY. - ]; - i W. C^SER.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

The,OrainTrade. The London Times'\n a recent jartielf on the stagnation of the Rusaiaa grain tradedand the-heavy] disasters-that have overtaken Odessa, the great commereialand wheat, shipping port of Southern Bussift. calls particular attention tothe rapid growth of the^ grain trade in this country. 3?he total grain crop iriclndingl maize, wheat; rve, oats, barley and buckwheat, of the United States- for the year 1874, may be estimated as exceeding 1700,000,009 bushels. For the crop-year ending August 31, l-867> our, exports of wheal alone amounted to 14.597,585 bushels. They have steadily increased gjnee, and reached the enormous figure of 70,349#85 bushels in 1874] These figures by ho means represent our actual surplus. Agricultural industry . draws from the soil such vast stores of products in the Western States, that many decay unused or are burned for; fi^el, notwithstanding'•ihere' are traversing railroads and the cheapest of nature's means of communication. The c...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

tnltea Stale§ Senate in 1800. We copy the following proceedings in theUnited.States.Senate ];ons thepflplcial announcement of the death of General George Washington, from,, a'. copy ofjhe Ulster dovLuiy -Gazeiteiprinted1 January 4t(i,X800. To tlteBreaidentof VieUMUd States : —The Senate oJ the United State ; respect fully take leave, for, to express to] you their deep re'grt-.fcfor.the loss their country has sustained in the death of General George Washington.—Tnis event, so distressing to all our fellow citizeps.must be pecuuiary heavy; to you,1 tofto have long been associated with him in deeds of patriotism. Permit us, sir, to mingle our tearsVwith yours, on this occasion it I is manly to weep;••' To lose1 such-a than at such a^bHisis; is'tto common calamity to the world ; our country mourns] her Father. The Almighty- disposer ojf. human' events 'haii taken from' us our greatest Benefactor ati^d ornament. It become^ us to submit with reverence to him; who "maketh darkness hi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

-;;l ¦ •'- j; '^TQ'TjHE,' ]],: ; ; ¦ •^'• ¦J |- PECPLE OF SUSQUEHANNA CO. ; :|-v ]'! -;,.r '"'. ¦ .. v>i\(:-; i'.i Ladibs Jamd QirfiTtBii«N-f—The question of IwHO^WILLBE ill-lllll PBESIDIHTJ is not of as ranch, lmpoitance to yon u the fact that oaiJAP JOHiiX' v I.]--' ]l : i- ¦¦¦¦' :...: ' ¦ •¦¦ ""':r [of Montrose, is BcllinR hlB entire stock of goods con-| , BlBting In parrot 'Mens* and Boys''] RkadtfrMade Clothing: .;«' «! *"; -.]-' ^Bootsa^d:Shoes. !««. " "«*--- HatiandCapL :\]''- \^-!ixBrst^<^6ijpa^^y-':;\[ NOTIONS AND HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR LADIES' *V CLOAKS; FELT^SKIRTS, TRIMMpjlATS- | ' AND BONNETS. SHAWLS, SUOES,' r-.,; ; VfATER- PROOFS, TIES. RTJF- ' ¦-¦i' i 1FLES. | Ac, ^c, ,.|?; At 10 per cent less than flnit cost, (the proof of, the Padding le the elting ithereofO for vou can find out the truth of this (by giving him A call at his store In Posta Building. >|: .•}-.. • [¦-">.- ¦, - ';'. •-] '.).} .--; !¦. .. ¦ j - I ¦ * . - * ""' ¦ •:: l:. ¦ . , ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Different Clauses of Masons. |, 1 \,: In ah article in the June Voice, Dr.' Mackey divides Masons into three^clisses:- _ ¦ ; » ,,- .:,. | '...¦ •' Pirstr-Those Who J made! their application for initiation not from a desire of knowledge but from some accidental motive not always horfdl&biei I Sndh men have been]ltd to seek reception, either,-because iii thieir opinion, it would facilitate their business operations, or to advance their ^politicar. p^rospectej or in some other way to .personully bent-fit them.— Their object having been ) attained, or having failed to attain >-jjt, these men oeeoine- indifferent, an4,i in time, fall into the ranks^jof the .'-non-affiliates. Of such'.Masofl'S,.there is. no, hope. They are dead trees having no promise of fruit, /Let them pass as utterly worthless and incapable of improvent. .t ..:¦' ' Second.-rA class ] consisting of -men who are moral and Masonic antipodes of in the right direction. They have; no thirst for, knowln...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

$10,000 spent over a twenty-five cent Transaction. 1: Six yoarsago Messrs. Wolcott, Johnson son &"Co., of Freehold, Ni- J., sold to Lewis D. Mount, a farmer, a tW'uty>five cent package of what they r<*j'resented as seed that Would produce excellent early turnips. The seed brought forth! late turnips, and of stfch a poor quality, that Mr.Modntwas compelled to feedt^em to his cattle. Mr. Mt)unt sued fordamages. before a Justice of the Peace, and was granted a judgment of $99 damages. The plea of the defendants was that they had purchased' the seed under th]e impression that it was first-cjass, and, haying paid the ordinary price, no fraud was intended. •"¦¦"].,•¦. i 1 . An appeal was taken to• the Court of Common Pleas a year afterwardi? and judgment of the Justibe of the peace was sustai.^d by the full bench, j; IT The case" was then carried to the Supreme Court, and two years , ago the judgment of the Common PJeas was af-.flriiie(L';; :]'' ; ..."'.,'. ]...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

, gILLINGS gTROUD, : ' GENERAL . \::j^ '., FIRE, LtTE AND ACCIDEHT i ]]. ®SURAICE-:Mim ¦'¦¦¦¦ '•<!' : ' . - ¦¦¦ -.'. '¦¦ .< ¦ i .¦' '• ' ' ; AXosxtxrosie. 3Pa. 1 Capital RepreseiiteU, $100,000,000! : ; k.-'. ¦ • ••!•'-;:,.. riSEi" ]•-'¦ •"•"'¦ ] ; . ' ;' Fire AsBoclation of Phil., Capital & Assets, $ 8,500,OOC lnsuranceCo.£fN.A.,Phil.i *• ", AOOO.OOO Pennsylvania Fire,, Phil., "«'«'" " 1,100,000 Ins. Co, of.Pa., Phi la., :" . " .'| 700,000 Lycoming of Mianncy, Pa. " " 0,000,000 Lancaster of Lancaster, -••-.•-»• ; - 400,000 Newton of Nfewton, " ." / i: 150,0!K>- Home Ins. Co.?K.T,t!: :' " • «t ¦ . . ;6,006,000 Kational "A" . " " i 450,000 Con.mercial Fire" " u ¦', 450,000 Hartford Fire of Hartford Ct. " " ;4,000,000 Atlas '.' " ,v ••' i 500,000 Royal Canadian, of Montreal, : Canada, ' •.'" -; " . 11.200,000 Liverpool, London i & Globe, ;• j of Liverpool, Kng., '* . 'S 20,000,000 Providence Washington, of , Providence, R. 1., . " " ^ 600,000 : ! ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

New Advertisements. PREPARE FOB WINTEB! . NEW STOCK OF' ML I f wm Ml ,. ; :„ .'"! : AT ';' "' ¦ - ¦"¦¦¦'¦'"' WOOLEN SHAWLS, CLOAKINQS, OASSIMEUES, BEAVERS ; , AND CLOTHS; ' Increat Varlely. ' At G. R; & Co'*. PLAID ANB PLAIN WOOL AND MdHAIR DRESS GOOPS; SILKS, POPLINS, CASHIMERESi DRAB TE DBS ALPA * CAS, BLACK AND COLORED, ] FLANNELS, IIOSE BLANKETS f MARCEILES BED SPREADS, ¦ WOOL TABLE SPREADS, TABLE LINENS, TOWv i" '. ELS,-; NAPKINS]], jj, [ and household '.". Fdrhishing ; ' -,;;":-";'•- ¦'¦ •' ¦";:,; 'Godds,,' ,:; k^; ;;] / A large assortment, and cheap, '' Al X$. R.& Co'» LADIES' AND CHILDRESS' MERINO UNDERGAfr J1ENT8. MERINO AND WOOL HOSE. FELT .. . SKIRTS, GLOVES. &c;. &c. ALL SIZES' ^ •- ' ; ;Ti AND QUALITIES, - Prices to suit,;........ . : •- AtG. R. &Co'g, MILLINERY GOODS. RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FEATBers, BLACK AND COLOnED, SILK AND COT- , i 'TON VELVETS. TRIMMING 8IIK8. ' A fine variety, At G.lR. &Cd't^ >RES8 AlO. CLOAK...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

^^¦^¦¦MMMMMMBMWMWWWWWii^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—~~ r^ . * ¦ J*X I-,- ,-J. I"'"*,1**" '< ¦¦". "' ' N - - " ' . !H . '•':• "• A FaMe. ; k \ ' by m. quad, ;:,: ¦ \ ;" ...|.--. . .- -.- ¦'.. ¦¦r'5\> _iU^i::":'^,.pk' .-']. - "Once there was a good oilman' of such mefekiajulitowty diBpqsi^QnitiiatJhefeQ ^ thei?dispute? to him* \-W decide. His decisions were .ever just, and the people Slid "'* '¦-.'':« *'•¦ "Great is Aboud El Bishen ; he f r nej-«1iSiiPil'jtoliii<ii of this good man and saitl: ¦. \. . . «A man owes me a just debt and win '•Does he give reason ^, r:y r ¦ ^; "fle gives a dozen\of ]\them.v He days mykbijlagaiusihim is ^ bi f fed swrnOle. Sand a lraud." :i „~ „ ,' , *>'> "You haveasked htai far tn^ducais. ? , h bave^ ana^ensay.8; heW knock ^ head off if il;ask him again,'^ *. [Ay :• Then the good judge was puzzled. He chewed at the end of, a three cent penholder for a long timejandfanallvasked. "Did you furnish this man food tor h...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

They Dtdu'ljGel married. 1 ¦ 'N A few days ago a Detroit.widower, who was engaged to a Detroit widbw, each having two or three ohildien, and both being well off,;determined to test herfl<»ve for him at the] same time discover if sh« was actuated by merceuary motives, as some of his friends had asserted. He called upon her at the usual evening hour, and after a while remarked : '••My-dtar, yon know T have two children, and to-day I had my lite iusuiaiice policy for;$25,000 changed ^ to tneir sole benefit in case of my death." . .• " 'You did quite right, my darling, she promptly replied. "I have three children, zb you "are.aware. X-As soon as we were engaged I had every dollar's worth of my property so secured that they alone can have the benefit of it.*': .' fle looked... .:-;. ,•>:..::;;./-k^ ;'¦:':•. She looked. The marriage didn't coine off at the time set last week, and it may never occur,.-, - . ;. ^ . "¦ . "

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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