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

T » I :. ¦ .--.,-.,-—- r—^r- TTTJ RRAPJ! hurrah f HTTRPAH! !ft ;' fJ^^i^S The Stock and Cattle Exchange of Montrose Is an established and successful fact. -Horses, Cattle. Grain, Ac, v anted. Highest price* gnrranUedand commission low. We will sell on -.-'¦' i' Sninrdaj, IHHrch 25,1§76, and every Saturday thereafter,' on Public Avenne, In Montrose, commencing nt 1:30 p. m.. the following (and other goods that may do consigned to ns from time to time.) Horses, Colts, Cows, 2 year-bids. Yearlings, New and second hand Buggy Wagons,'Harne8see,Housc-bold Furniture. &c,. Also: a fail fine of Mr.D. D. Searle'e celebrated makes of Buggle*, Tdp and Open, Platform Wagons with aid.without Brake, Lumber, and Democrat Waggons, Carriages, Phsetons, &c. all of which will be fully warranted by him. i All (roods &c. will be on exhibition from 11 a. m till closa of sai». (.'onsigiirnent* of Stock &c, must be entered by Tuesday morning of each week.on account of adver...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

QHEEIFPS SALES.-BY yimn M M wrltt.issuedbythe Court of Common Pi«.°* Sn-nnehanPs Oimnty .-nrt to mn rllreetffl t «in e" of topublic vondne, at the Court Hotiso In MontrhI^',*'l , Prfc ?lLl pr11 ™\inMt 1 °'c»^P.hi* toc?onk0n iT.cnl*<>w.(vrT>nrrt>ts('r l.inrl.to n-tf ;V ' B0 l0ll0w-AQ that certain ploeeNori parcel of land «ti,i..„. Borongh of Montrose,7n tne County of 8n"Snntn the and State of Penn«ylv/nfa, bou?de/ and deSdT follows, to wit: On t|je eas-t by. Cherry street on .hM south by lands conveyed to Theresa M. Oerrt.on k6 % k-^^-Biia on the west and north by un^ ^^•^.T081' «•«•/*•»"« 40 feet front.on cheiJ street and the srme width through to the west \\Z "Z raproved,a.donwhichis a frame bZ pain K' IScteedand ^ taken In execution at the Svit;orn"?• tatoKip vs. D. M. Rosencrants.] u-AALSO—All that certain piece or parcel of land «iin ate in the Township of Herrick. in the County ot sit quehanna and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and d?t crtbed as fo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

. STRAYS AND TRESPASSERS 1 In our brief response to inqnirjes respecting trespassing auimats/which we gave last week, we did not intend to carrv the idea that the negligence of a defendent m trespass, to oulld.his own line.fence, esemiited him from being responsible under the law. What we intended to convey: was this ; that if Unlaw respecting the division has not been complied with and that portion belonging to each owner of adjacent lands, has not been set apart for each one resp ctively to build, either by mutual consent or by the operation of the law, then no action can be'iriahtamed for trespass. In other words, the Dlaintiff jnust be free from all responsibility on his part iu or-. der to sustain his action. . Fearing that our readers may confound the law respecting an action for trespass, if the feuce taw, Villi the stray law of Susquehanna county, which was passed April 1863, we have concluded to make a more extended referenc«- to it at this time; In 1863 the followi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

AdvertisemeDts Wew This Week. A W. OOOLEY, BUILDER, A*-* ¦ • STllLl. ON THE TftACEI Every style of pailding« erected, ani everjthlng furnished, at Greatlt Hbditced Prices, Ooutracts ^heerlullyfarniBlied. Stair building a specialty. None bat cxpcr:t'ncerl workmen tolerated. jan.20,'75. Monirooe. March Ja,187«.r3yl | )EF011T' !-\; . J -v " ' ~" OF TUK CONDITION OF TBB Tfii-^~*4- ^STA^<KwkM.1;..-": xy^-^i-^ X XXS>U +.*lA>kjX\SJJLO,JL. JUHJUU.tXi AT MONTROSE, IN THE STATfi OF PJSNN/A, At the Clow of Business, March 10,1876. . " - . ; •'•/¦•¦ 'resodecbs.-.- \..j -'.. ' <' . . Loan* and tHsconnts... ..i............. •..$117,51318 Overdrafts 4 ....:. 1.20113 U.S. Bonds to Eccnre circhiation..1...y.ia' a 00,00000 One from approved reserve agents j..;, 20JJ9176 Dae from other National Batiks...:... i;... 8,92724 Dae from State BatikB and hankers.... .Il..1 S,2i0 71 Real estate, furniture,and fixtures ...... 0,92122 Current expenses and, taxes paid........[:.,;...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

lm< ¦ ¦i " j- ^^-.-Jggg &HE gE^OR^T. PDBUSHIin BV«»r WBUKKSDijT MOBHIHO.' AT MONTUOBE, SDWJ A GO., 1"A., »T. 363CATV^TXiE-Sr Sc OK-XJSBIt EDITORS & PROPRIETORS, At two Dollars per Year itt Advance. . TOADVERTI8EB3:—Tub DMocBAr as an advertisine^ medium is unsurpassed in this section. It teacbo the Farmer, Mechanic, and business maa. Its circulation Is constantly increasing, and its advertising rates reasonable. Kates will be^glvenat oar offide or by mail. ! -,' '" JOB PRINTING:-rOur office is supplied with four printing presses,tozether with »large variety of type, borders, fancy inks, etc., with which we are prepared to do work in the best ttyh and at prjees lower than any competitors in any section. Haraples ^ shown and estimates cheerfully given at our office. Work ordered by mall will receive prompt atteitlion. E. B. HAWLEY. - . - W. C. CHU8EB.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

lAfe Sentence oi a Murderer. We have published the verdict of the jury iu the .case oi MissEta ma E. Wimple at Little Valley i)attara»gus county; which was "murder ;ri the second degree, ttnd sentenced to imprisonment in Sing Sing for tbe terra of ber natural life" for poisioning her husband, f •.-. y *:¦:¦ ¦ ¦¦¦< As Wioiple, the murdered pan, was formerly a resident of Mexico, Oaw«>gd county, a *wt«flft.o^. the case will be mterestiisg to; readeibVih/this; locality i\Vim|ile was in the army during the war vras wounded in the? arm and received a pension. He was small; in- statute, very ordinary looking, and had but little force of character. He. owned, twoj, acres of laud with a small housecupon itfnear Little -VaUey, in which he. lived. His wife, just convicted* is fair looking, .affable with plenty of dfterhiination and a will of h-r own. In August 1874, a voting fellow" Nelson H. Cool went to Wimple's to board and before he had b.'en trier* long an intimacy ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Pardoned. • ' f lhe governor, has pardoned the three commissioners of Schuy|k'ill;c6utity oo8-. victed of malfeasance.' in! office; The board of paeons at thvir Jaonarj^toeek, ibi: recommended thattbey be relca«pd'On the 6th of March; but the-governor waited uiitil Thursday before extending .ex-: tcutive clemency. 'The Mihtf&Jmvwl-. of yesterday % indignant at the paidon. It sayg; '"The politicians have triumphed; and added one morV case to the^ist # mockeries of justice ih ^chuylkill couutj.; Governor Haptraoft has somehow k been; induced to affix his3name-to the pardons' of Hiiie; Oonty, anoV- Beha^ Morning those niueiifwrbbged gentlemen will be permitted %o! ;Evacuate the jail.'' They had tt^idergouej an itnpnsonment of bnt six months and Eleven months of the two years for which they were sentenced by Judge Pershing. 'The tournal further stales: "We further learn that this morning they will swear before taevcotijmi|sloners that they ar^ unable to^ pay the costs of...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Legal Moticw, j;| TITERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT& $1 . Dealers in merchandise, etc., in Susquehanna ' ¦ f County, take police, that, in pursuance of the y-[ I several Acts of Assembly of this Commonwealth 'i y II to provide, revenue to meet the demands upon ^ f§ the Treasury and for other purposes, the under' -j '• |I signed, Appraiser of Mercantile taxes for said :f County, has prepared a list of traders m-said Vf County, and placed each in that class which ,j to him annears lust and richt according to thn :;: I Acts of Assembly, to wit: ;-f;| Auburn. I Liberty. Hi AFLacey URTHandrick , .:. - U §{ R J Carter . 1* Joseph Newman . H ; f 18 K A Lott 14 Hanson & Knight 14 v-2 fa Tewk»bnry ft Son 11 Middletovcn. *' I SV^ ghnel1, 11 Patrick White u :.U hMua* Ain*nt Montrose. il C C Worth 14 w J Maliore" il :. / S BridgevnUr. ,„FB Chandler u '<"¦; M Perry Marcy ' «lHJWebb «! i? ft Jas. Martin MBRLyons&Co if :>*v I W.M.Corey "jRDeWltt J2 ,5 Brooklyn. AB...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

OPKCIAL HOTIOEt < The undersigned, overworn of the poor of Barftrl - Township; aw deslroua of apprenticing, tp »eanonMble pjtrttcs.two minor children, (boys) aetd fOarani sixyears,.nntn thtvshall.arrWe at tha agoof twenty. oneye^ra, Apnjy ^^ ^ JAUK80N . TINGLEY, fl °°r *MW ¦ n Harford, March 15, l?W.-ttw ¦ —¦¦' ¦ ¦ n- - - "' .' A DMINlSTttATQR'S 1^0TIC% Itt XJL the eatnto ot John W. Dodge, lata of Mlddletow« i dee'd'.''Letter* of Admlnistwiiou in theaald ostat« „ having been granted to tha nnden-igned ail pertooaow-; Ing Si.Td fstate, are reaocsted Jo make immedlato payment, and ail pewmahaving claims agalnsisaid csula r^•m!w«.^ »Pw ^:WSSgifSbo«. ; March 15,18W.-«w. Admlnia.rator* 5- A DMINISTRA10EJS NOTIOE: In ^ X3L th«*«tatabf Janodhipman.lrtoof Mtddlatown doe'd. Letters of Adsalnfatntton in too wld esteM baf Ing been giante* to *\» undwilgnod »» persona ; owlnga2d estate are wqaeated to n»k« imraedlat* l4 bumam sod all person* liavhnf cWma«*aJitKt sail H eaUteare wot...

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

I..; i; - - ' , - - - - ; AT'/ . /r:"- - . ^ 'f ¦ • - . - . ¦ •;; ;/ /":;/ ; - .•¦j ¦ ;*Hi'^CW;iP. DICKEBMAwr-, '•^'."'•\-.: ajaaiji^'-:...''/ mitURE E00MS . " . . Kew Kllllord, Pa,, : Canbefonnci tbelarsefet.andbesta^ : : sortment of Fnruiinre tonaiutin. of : : PARLOR, CHAMBER^ DINING : ; : ROOM. AND HALL : . : :• FURNITURE, ; : to be fpnnd in the County, oil new ;. ., : and"of the latent patterns, :. . # ¦ -.- "' .. s ¦.-' , ' .-!'"'.' and will' be sold very cheap for CASH. All goods warranted as represented. •',"-'*''" • \ X 1; ' Hl& W, T. DICKERMAN. Feb.16,1876.—4m. ' ^ . \ ^ ''-"'-'' n! 'J ttAVB YOU HEARD THE NEWS? —r"— - The followiiur is a Specimen ot it. ^"^awj - -' 1& :.'¦ " :£%. , .« ^*^ t ¦ n~ ' -~ n 1 3}4 pounds TEA lor one dollar. Scans PEACHES or TOMATOES for one dollar. ¦ . • ¦ ¦ , v 4 cansMTTliE KECK -fJLA^fg for6n*M' 7 pounds RAISINS for one dollar. 23 bars SOAP for one dollar. 10 pounds prunes for one dollar/ 14 ptrunds SALERATUS for one dollar....

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

MEWOTRM, ¦\ NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES. v -.' f Wm.j H, BOYli & 0(^., (SccoEfSOE to Boyd & Csrwik,) ' ¦ •¦ ¦ ¦ . - • \' • ¦'- . - DEALERS IN ! i ', ¦ ¦ ¦ 1 ¦ Cook Stoves, Banges, Heatingr Stoves. • • ' ON TIME, Is the name of a new Cook Stove, jnst out, containing a new principle in baking, apd Is destined to mike a revolution: in the conetrnctlon of Cook Stoves. Come in and see it. '.''"'' : THE ARGAND,-As a heating stove stands without a rival, in beftuty, durability and economy., Comefand satisfy yourself, and get names ol parties now using them. 'tinware. We take special pleasure, in offering to, the Wholesale and RetailTrade, our desirable supply of TInware| We nso none but the best of charcoal plates. , ¦ ' OUR WORKMEN ARE EXPERIESi CEJ) ! OUR SfYLES ARE FAULTLESS! OTO O00D8 ABE WABRAHTB©! And^we deiy any to iproauce better goods tot less money- «|\[ ¦ -• -;;,; ;. ;•; .-- • . y:\y - ¦ ;, '= ';-•; -yr-: -:;:' •- ..: '; ¦ • ' >¦'¦ l"':l tt't: ¦/;¦ :¦ :'tiMS...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

——¦^^^—-"^"^^^^^^^^^^^^ ANNUAL STATEMENT QF DI -t*- rectors of the Auburn and Rush Poor Asylum for the year A. D. 1875. j V ' .'"'-• BBCBiPTs.' "".';) ' '¦ ..¦; Balance in Treasurer's hands MarehS.lS^. $ 5597i Rush duplicate....... ,.j* C>099 ¦ --; Exonerations..... $1069 /Percentage....... S3Bi. ¦ K ' "• ;-J -.4411 . ., •>¦ •"¦•¦ -'- . . - yil- - ¦ .^ 68888 ForestLake duplicate..^. , .....' TOJ13 , Exonerations..., :tS4f; Percentage;.,...^.......... .. 84 99i ' ...;:. .. -. . . • '¦ - ! •«« - . ¦ . - .. ' ¦ ¦ -. - . .- ..¦¦:-.' - ¦ ' — :664'« Auburnduplicate........;.......;.,v..* liB4TO ; Exonerations..... |»1H Percentage....,.....;...,.,.... 6018 . - -A-'., .7189./. "'.-.'- ' — •' 96845 Spricgyille duplicate... '[ 82240 ¦„..-Exonerations....... ...$21 OS Percentage ....... 4001 .-. ¦'¦ 4- 6109 FFarm Produce. Butter .,? i$ 26104 Bark ...:.,...;. ..i 4700 Staves.... ...•...{.-. 760 Pork .....••• .........t 3068^ Beef Add calf bides. i 869 VealCalyes... :' 2000 Potat...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Terrible Sufferings ait Sea. Liverpool, March 16.—The British Greta" Capt. Macready, Irom San Fraucieco JSio. %i, arrived here today, Shfe brings a portion of .the crew of )he British ship Great .Britain, Capt. Chilcott, from Doboy Jan. 22 for this j ort, which was abandoned at'sea in a sinking condiiioii. Elefeu of the crew of the Great Britain were drowned arid four j died from exposure. The'Great.Bj-itkin encounter-. ed tenible weather and became water-lugged. On the 3d of March the Captain^ two sou's died of privation. The Caplain and thirteen men t|ook to the boat aud soon suffered terribly "from ^.unsjer. Three ot the men ditd, amd the survivors were forct-d to eat portions of the* remains of their comrades to keep*from tjtarvir.g. On the llth of March they were rescued iu the last stage of emaciation., ;. The British ship Enmenidea, : Capt, BeaM, ;from Port Royal, §.\C,.Feb.l7. for Greenock, capsized; on ; the -12th of March. The second mate aud seven of'¦ .. the cr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

1876. TSE 1876. | *" y- ' '-'" ' ' : • . •'¦"• ' ¦ : " i j,' It^l^TElCTIALll j EXHIBITION II [ Has Commenced ! ;¦ %X E. "McKenzie's CheapjCasb Storq, ;-, ;;- ¦' ¦ -y ' y ¦ "¦' . montrose;:pa;n; '¦ ' -.¦:"': '^¦¦i"'-^; - fomfk (fr MEW GOODS, SLOTS OF REMNANTS ' AND A .".••;'¦'. GoOdGOODSi AT A LOW'PriCBI; | GREAT REDUCTION IK PRICES. ! ~ '~~~~~ i- ~'. V ' , "''"• "' ¦-' ¦ ¦ ' ' A LOT OF MENS & CHILDREN'S SHOES-CHEAP, TO CLOSE! HERE THEY ARE: -•_____. .; Best qriaaitf Prints;..'...] '.6#cts. '.' - v - ' Fineet I'atterns Prints, new..... :.......7 toScts. A' VAR!IET¥ OF CliOTIUKG Goodyard wide Bleached Mnslin.... ,....: .. .7^ct?: *A«*mK.a» vw ^^vmu-Mvr , Fine yard wide Blenched Muslin ......D to 10 eta. Suitable for the Comin? Season, will be sold Fine Unbleached Muslin... ............Sets. ' __ I -_'•'- HeavySheeUng ....9tfcts. . AT ABOUT HALF PRICI!. Medium Sheeting .- .acts. ; 'i ' Fine Striped Shifting ...: ....:... .12 ets. —' ¦ ———Splendid Black Alpacas...... .30to35ct...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

W 'J"F' N S ' L' JI 'T ¦ . , fjm$ ©fPliaflS MATHOSHEK AND GHICKERING a .v ;;-AT^¦¦ - Pianos. ¦¦ ;.\.iBRONSOK,;¦ agB , MUSIC ^ JEWELS STORE. j^fes^ g ^SSSnfiggfeii^SMMSiiSfeisii^^^^^MMMJl^B^^^B GOLD AND TTT A TT^TTITQ* AMERICAN ul^^^^^^^ ^^fl^H SILVER W-CXl V-/Xl£LlO & FOREIGN. WiHE^ ll^ffiH \ I"X^^ •T3B"WEX4i3El.ir ^S|Pi^^^*°fe^Bl^y Of all Descriptions. ^. -^-.3=va;=4s====-NEW GOODS cb^TANTI^ARRlYkG.-Qeo fr QQ'S GREAT BEDl)CTIO\ IX PRICES AND OTHER ORGANS. \- This Spring. . . . "''¦¦ ' ! ' ' '""'"• —-i-v . %! BRONSON, AG. ^nBj^Py/^^m^H^B MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 1 A FINE ASSORTMENT. . SHEET MUSIC,; INSTRUCTION BOOKS, '¦ , ^ - r— . i etc.,ctc.,*cte. ^"Watches, Clocks, and Fine Jewelry re-,Jg8 . '-J_''' wniiirnAo^r.11 - * paired on short notice andv ;warranted. Brick Block, - • MONTROSE, To ...''.•' ' Fine Engraving done. March 22d, 1876. . ; . : ..,• V...V..'.

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

A Domestic Aniio/aitce J Yesterday when a Cass Avenue woman, banfled her flat-irons over: the fdnce to tier neighbor ehe looked so cross that the other woman asked :-..«¦¦..¦ '-'..-iv. (:-- ' ;- "What's the niaUerV-are you sick.' "No^-I'm mad !" '", ^ v Heard bad news ?" ' J i "No; the news is goodfenougb,'butthere's fcay boy Henry." : . v y ¦¦¦ ¦¦'..' ¦ , !'>YW.'''. :' .. "A-.- r': - > '.I got-11 ready to \yhip him this morning, and two ladies called., After they had gone1-! got his coat off again when the gas-meter man came in and I had to stop and have a jaw.— Before 1 got hold of Henry again his father Came home and told me iiot to whip Vim at all. Yon don't know how annoyed I feel !"- * '"'y '.' ' '':_>-» I ; J'f '"

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

' HeaUJi Before Everything. \ *•' A fanner vyas yesterday^ walking around the - Central Market trying to find some chap willing to go into the country and do a little-work for .good-pay,'when a colored) man accosted km,saying:•-.. , /,. :- (-.-' ^ -.v ,..;' "Boss, dots you want some one to husli your :. born?" '; ¦; ¦''- •• ;"•'¦ „ y ~' "x :. i 2 "Yes; I have been looking all the morning 'fdrSoineohe.";^ >-.-\ .-'-'¦ •••.-.•'V - '- ¦ "WhaVsthepay?" ; ! ' '""¦''' ' "Fty give one dollar a, day."' ! ; ^ •' 4:And boardjr-.: ':'¦'..]'...-.'y'-:- ¦':-[. .' •"Yes^:- y;s- "./;.,'¦¦¦¦ ¦ ^ yy^',:-:'', ¦ . "And cbicken; and puddin'; for dinner ?"'• - > ^pr^^^^^y:Z'^i\:&l'.': ';: : ¦ .,.. "J^.d^^l^^lgarsi1 ^ smoki*?";.,'.-. '<v^.'!.,; . '"•; "ll^i^^'^^ stamme^ tbe\farmer. ;' '""• ¦ f "An* a coal fiCbve right close aroua' dar whar • tfto'caD^^^Vf^"^"":^'-"""''?!''"!/-'--:"- .. ¦"t:' yyl''."."'; -f^Nd* I never heard of a stove in a corn MA!' yyyyy <---:; ...

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

.f,;-,-,"^-. . :,... tm mtt^ •; .—-^-. --• ^..-,.; ~ Tbe;otibier day a crowd in ^attendance at a horse sale in Detroit we^ greajtly astonished to ^ ^eM-;aftaucUoneerjsa^;;'r,,3'::v. j/k. ^ :-:"/>._ ^; ^$<&^ is ^^^k^-<ak' vs^--:^'-- %-y-r:^-' ¦ ' ¦ '; ly's'';.-' -,LV The borse was soon -knocked|l6^n to a citi* zeniWixq bad been greatiy struct by the auctioneer's honesty,and after paying tor the! horse thesaidi-Ji Yiyyy^yry'A^'^ff.^.ry '- 1\'. * ;*Yb)u^^ animal was blind of oneeye. is there ahy.otht#1$JNM#U^ ' ^0;-y V;- "'.¦'-¦' } \ ^s^i^^eire:^. ¦';;;:,He is also bihid in the Otbjer^1"/y)4s the prompttfepW^v y.Y-.- ; c .^'JJpjSr fj^ : l«& ^Ba^Ptbatflh^ er witli BixcbUdren." - 'fTes, Sophie, so would

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

Vy. ..-.V•-¦ •• - --;¦..- - .: " -,-' •-. >Tlic Sionr o^ tlie Fltood.-A]¦, ;.,"¦ We had another little excitement in bur church a few Sundays ago. Mrs.. Mcintosh is remarkable for, her singular absence of ;mind.' Dr. Potts, the .preacher, .was reading from the:Scriptures the story of the deluge,and when be canio to the -story of how it rained:sb;niany days and nights.Slrs..Mcintosh became so deerily. abs6rbe'd'!da the narrative, and so strongly impressed v^ith it, that she ?nyohmtarily- raised her umbrella and. held it over her head as-she sat in thepevr. Mrs.°Butterwick, who sits in the next pew in front, ;¦ always brings1 her dog to meeting with her, tind when Mrs.-'Mcintoshsuddenly raised hvr'uiubri-lhj the action -affected theseusiibilities-of Mrs. Butterwick's dbg in such a manner lhat he began to bark frfribu»ly.' Then the sexton came in and tried to, remove the animal, but it dodged, into a vacant pe\y:--on the other side of the aisle and defied hitii,, bairlci...

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

j Giving Adyice to a Fireman. . '" • ¦ • ¦¦¦ ; » *--—. \ - The Danbury^W* says: They were taking the truck from the hook and ladder house yesterday. . An elderly party was observing" the operation so intently that a bystander was led to observe : .[.' ¦ . '•Did you ever belong to a fire company V" * -'No, sir ee," was the: emphatic • reply? "1 can't see any-fun in a .fireman's life.' But I once did," "I was -living in New York then, and was a pretty good-sized boy. I didn't belong to any company but I felt an interest iu them all. Tiio't-ist fire I went to was ina fOur story tmilding. I was excited by. the cries and noise and flames, and tvhen I saw that one of the pipemen was throwing ,a stream' where he ought not to, I kindly directed the foreman's attention to the fact." Here the narrator paused and sighed. *Arid what did he say ?" asked the interested listener. J -..' /--'-' '."'v;-';" . "He didn't say anything." " . "He didn't like it, did he V" '*Fai sure I-don't know;...

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