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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

WHY- FLOWERS BLOOM IN WINTER I '; : - : *, Are you aware that you can obtain Summer beat in January? That you can impart balmy air to yo* families 1 that you can give spontaneous growth to plants and Flowers, and that you can make home a little paradise bypnrchaBlog one of B. 0. Sayre'B Hot-Air Furnaces f These Furnaces are now constructed with VAPOR PAN by which the atmosphere ia tempered to that resembling Summer heat. no more cracking of eurni ture^-no more dry husky heat: IlOT-AIR ^ ¦ ' And the time has come when .consumptlTCB may rejoice in coal.fires. These furnaces are sold entirely upon their own merits, aed are now the leading Furnace tn this part of rhe country* All .Furnace* are warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale. r1 XJ iELf JN" AC ES S? I keep competent men on the road who are well ac-. quaintcd with the Furnace business and they are constantly putting up these Furnaces.^ Their work is warranted to please. . These Furnaces are now scattered in the follo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

PROCLAMATlON. " ! i JL j . ; SUSQUSHANKA COUNTY S3, j . Elizabeth Slater br her next friend Daniel Hindershot «. Thomas SUter. In the court of Common Plea's, of Susquehanna Count>, No. 46,"'November Term, 1875 \ ¦ ;. • . ..' ; To Thomas Slater: Whereas a subpoena in Divorce was Issued returnable to November Tertn. 1875, which was returned1 non est Inventus, andtbereon an alias subpoena was issued retarna-Die;to January Term. : 1876, noon the return o! which proof, was made: thai the said Thomas Slater could not be found in my'bailwick, and chcreon the Court order Sheriff to: make proclamation. : This notice Is therefore to require you to appear before: the judges of the said Court on the second Monday of April, next, then and mere to answer said complaint &c: WILLIAM WHITE, Sheriff, : Sheriffs Office, tMontrose, March 0,1876. PROCLAMATION; ": j ! ,! SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY SS. i filla M. Curtis, by her next friend M. 8.Sherman, vs John Curtis. In the Court of Common Pl...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

K**"-^— '¦¦' "" " '¦'"" ' '" ¦ IM¦ — ' ' ¦¦'¦ ll ' ""'*" "" '"¦"" : "'•* . [¦'¦'i^iHNii9m' .- -'..;¦•' liTBROANTILE APPRAISEAIENTS. Dealers in merchandise,; etc., in Susquehanna County, take notice;, that, in; pursuance of the several Acta of Assembly of this Commonwealth to provide revenue to meet the demands upon the Treasusyand for other purposes, the undersigned. Appraiser of Mercantile taxes for swd County, has prepared a list of traders in said County, .and placed] each in thai class which to him appears just and: right according to the Acts of Assembly, to. wit: -' \ . i Auburn..' * - tJ : LQxrfy. i. t AFLacey i; 14!RT Handrick *s-,.l';.- IS R J Carter ,-,; 18 Joseph Newman v -.- |44 E A Lott , liMunson&Kiilght. ll Tewksbury & 8oh: ';. "' tl "v ' Middlctbufn. PCBushnell *¦ W Patrick White 14 EL Adams . .-« vO 1*. ' )' Month*. „„„ Ararat.,, ^ ANBailawi -:. ; , u CCWorth _ -v.. 14;W^MuUor< ;, : U J E Payne l«Xyons. Drake IS : . Bridgevaftr, ~, ^ FBChand...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

r ¦ - ¦- --¦ ¦¦¦¦ , . ¦ , * ;. j XelaVl<fotic^^- : "\ LICENSE!' r^ixidM-^NotW ] J8 hereby given that, in pursuance of an Act of Assembly,tue following named persons have filed their petitions wi|h- the Clerk of hQuaiter Sessions of the Peacej for the Coun ty of Shis- quehanna, for Hceuses to Keep taverns, and [for wholesale dealers in said County, fori wlncU they ;^vill apply- at April Session^ 1876. i ! Suso'a Depou.i,.Ambrose Benson, .-, Tavern >.*; »•¦• Charles Kirk, " <t™' •' ; ** Wm.H. Brown,. • v ¦''"'¦ k-: •»".? ",. -r ..Chester,Q.Chaffee, ... -..,. , , u >». .. ' Wm. D Ketcham, • ' "h " •• George Archer, >;:. !' ¦ •'' M. Doyle, U.u ' •w-,4; « .im JimeVButhB, Wholesale. •» '¦ •• John Downs, ¦ y~., . " ; " Edward Carlisle, , ::«' " ¦ " Dennis Casey, . . By measure. •» ! ?« Thos. Fernan, » = .<*•,.. " ; " -Edward Carlisle, * «• ; »'»'* ¦ "f;;-,.," -.-(•• Maurice Meyers, . '.'' i' y ' ' 4i" ""; " B. Gregory, " «« -^ ... , »•:'; /i»; Th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Joe — ^"^—~r"~~ ¦ ¦ ¦« . -¦'¦¦ - . ¦ •¦¦ 7 '—t • ~ " - ~~ r ''"¦ i ji ' '• 'i * i i '¦'••"" *'" Pomt Little Jao. f-":¦ V- '. ' ( y¦ - ¦ . ¦ ,}¦• ¦¦ .¦*.:¦ •:-.',ih--i. it:-' .•;?-:_^i^i.-r!.-;.!-;-].i.-(:!.'-; --¦¦¦.' ¦ >.".<i ibw^i^ . . . ^ . , . ......J ¦ ¦: I ¦¦' f . ^py*r^efwideo|»ieri y,- *'--••'¦¦ .--;^;-v ¦iVf--itofcTvfe'broiignt you •ampin great. !-'-'"'' Apple*? No; a'darhedsightIhetter!v w : :v'; lMin^ydu:tak'e-n6iht'restt.fi.;WaW1,;' ; p-glbwertf, J6e—I know'd you'djltki ?em-i ' = ;" ?A'tft them scrumptious! A*ini*i them high! Tearsntyboy ? WoVa themftfrS&eyTJ . .-;- There;—poor little Joe !-^do|i't cry. ¦ ""} was akippin? pasi a winder;j,'¦'¦[, • ' • : Where u bang-up lMjr sot, ,;AllamongM;alotofjbtt»he8—" EachbneacUtabirf from a not- r s • iEverybuslihadflowiBraonit-p ' - , ; » Pretty ?* ;ilebbe not-1 Ob, noA! ; . •¦< i - VWish you could aseen'cm growin\^ •\ Itwasaicb;a8tnnnIr^!show. "''i'-' sl J W*H 1 thought &f yog jpoor fo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

,-\''\ . Mha ^ Bol?l*matii£ - The other day a simple-minded German calleapn a grocer to pay a. bill, giving him a. ten dollar note.-,:TJhe Groceri examined it and said tHnUo/where^dld'yougettbis^btferi:i :J -fotM;dfe i^apbh5 n)it ^o se iM^ fj, repjjed tt fe^ho^t !;Teu^6n ' I "don|i ajhe' vita goot, hein t" s I'^jBbod !)'^s^ered.thelitrrpcer,J,,whyiyou'rea lucky man—that note is worth |10.50.*» "•'• ' "^hdpt so ?" - ¦!iv",(-.v.:'-;;';'.,.¦:•; '.;,; ¦ ?. •ijSjOU see the .slgnktdrd over here, don't yoii!r\ . • "");¦¦',,,¦;A :-y:: '. .. ¦ ¦-. "jJDpse ting like a xprkscre^. mit vorms'f ?M> ' j ' :.. h^'r.\\:} ' ;=::'.'; : .;^e)JJttal's bpinner's signature." ': ''?jve)." ¦:, ¦''- ;,:;:;:::/Z:,';;:-I' '.' :: ijWell, Mr.New'lsnbw T^aiUrer of tW6 United States. Well aud notes signed by Mr, Spinner a;fe%etting scar^,, and people arc paying;; five percent, more;lor them thanfor the he^issue.?' .', "'" ': ,'i'".i.i-;j "'¦'{ .i'' ¦ *¦ . • .'•• »jP ^ shiminy! ishdprspr' ;^ J';:':i''"...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

His Lucid Explanation A Chicago woman who had lieen reading about the whisky frauds in th e paper turned to her husband last niglrt and inquired: •> :v "My dear, what do the papers mean by saying that a man has 'squealed ?" , :<fWl»y,\ replied the man loUily^ "they mean that some member of, the ring has 'preached' on the rest. ....... ....... - • . • "Preached on the rest ?" exclaimed: the wife; '•now what does that mean ?" "Why, it means that he's^-he's blowed oh 'em.'.-' -''{' ¦¦' ¦ .-„'. '¦ ,,-V-r.'.-','. ¦ ,-.."" ,x /i$!bWed on W?/' \\.:-'~..:!'.'.\.'-';''. . ' '.. '' ^Yes; you seej he's givenTem away." "Given tiiem away f "Why. of course-dummit? Cau^tyoti understand anything? do you think I am an una* bridged dictionary ?"...¦ continued ¦ the husband impatiently. "It means he's let out on ?emgone back on his pals,—squealed,—you know?" The woman did not seem quite satisfied with, the man's lucid explanation ; bytt nM wishing to appear ignorant in her husban...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

' ^^^ ^^i if ;!~" ';; ; '¦'¦''' ¦¦¦'i ' ?\ ' '" '"' ' ^M®^^ \<? .; ^iBsi^teiwdiromH^:^ DRY ISOLDS, dLOTrtlNGV BOO'TS i SHOES Hats ^di^aps^ N' '"^ % ¦^SW; I!**? ^«ap.'*^itoftfi-f7;-- oii.^ttie..'!Nr«iti..>BlbaI-f<tHotel!' iwiiiti»i ,:,-;, W&' *K.n .^ BfiICK STOKE;IS COMPLETE ONmTHE OLD.OROTJND.^ 7 ! ->. ¦' •- •'•''/= i- '.. .- ¦ . ¦ .•'"¦'¦ ¦"'¦ ¦^•r'-' v-!:=!'*« '''; ».•..-.¦(¦ Ont-sfcock is hew bd bought.: with dare. We wvllji as heretofore, offer the' lar^t •:;; "; assbrtmeut and best bargains in the cooutv. ¦"'.•.-.•' . . 9™* i^^t^^ Pr| »<! >r<m.p( ret™, gDaranteed . M ^ LENHEIjr WBend,w,tH,ik -¦¦¦ 1 '.¦'--•!¦'¦'¦-'¦ J '-! Hlscellaneons Adv^rtlgemfelrtf^''-^-^ ^--^n?:^v-lf r' " \ i i¦ r:\\\ .'•„''!" "." V; :"., .; "jl- -.':. .'^••".. .;.. . ' ' '-;; •, .:>:>:-:',' , ",• ,J a'.',. i--j }••:¦ >¦-* ¦;'¦ ¦ ¦-.:¦¦-. ¦¦ -.:• ~ .¦ i - ;;.-.-•. ...,,-¦ .,t ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

¦¦ Si?M!B ©IPilfflEl®--'; MATKUSHEK :AWD CHICKEPIN8 --¦-¦¦...-' :i-;¦ ," '¦ • ¦—at—•-¦'' • '•"-.-" .'•''' "" _ _j... • . .¦'¦¦>¦¦'!'¦ ¦¦•¦•¦ I»iaxiois MUSIC & Wm STOBt ^^l^Hft *' s^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^BS^S^HI^Hs^b^bKbe^b^b^b^b^bt , A I.AKOE ASSORTMENT OF. ' ^^H|^^^^^^^^^^ h|^^H <;o .^^hd WATCHES ^S:- IHBBSH AN END^EHS VARIETY'OF CLOCKS. ^ ^^^^HB^^^B^ y'' ¦'-.' ¦' ¦'"'¦ -":i':,'n''' - ' ',!'''~ s^b1b^b^b^b^BBb^b^b^b^b1bh ' rxiv^s ~ irEXTU'EajnLTr .; ' ^^^^H^B^^^H ''! - ,, Of all DcscriptioHe. - ' y^GBfBgss pm& G&^pq /m/^^ ,- . ' ¦ JmW'QoovaicoxaTAjmiYA^ "_• • •;••'•¦'¦¦' », - G-eorge Woods & Go's qBEATRl^CW^'l^PB^ - ¦ .-. ¦ • ¦' ;ThiSiSpring; ( ; ¦ u ,,. , ,--. ..'"''* ;. jvj^ ;;^,'|^j^:\'l!/;J^ p bronsow ^ io^ * ^vIBhBBbS^ .'' ¦ ^v^b1b^Bb9u ^. -¦¦¦¦¦ r ¦ ¦ ¦ ^¦'y;'-^?*™ ^ j^y^fe^.v ;-: -, : : sheet¦•^^¦rt^Mpk "' ^^, GT Wafctes. Clocks, and Fine Jewelry re-JET' ,:' ' elS elcr» «*e-; •: .. pairec'. on short notice and warranted. Brick Block, -...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Colored Forethought. - •-.'-;¦:-"¦ ¦¦¦-•• ,i|'i'>i .- . -.;.' ..;.¦• Yesterdny, as we were passing ' a street between the Atlanta Medical College, and one on which aimmber of negroes (reside, we heard ah old negro calling out to his wife*. . > f>?M*rjda tn Isiyou gdt dgm chickens coral' ed in,desmokehouselikef toldiycr?" • ^ 'No:i.'a^|t''l|k^;^.;;kripw, *:'W^Vs JSe'inatter wid ypu, dai^i^ip tickler ;'bo|it dem chicky ing all at once 1" she replied; , -<; = |) i1; I * '^'Nebber you mind! -I knows>'what's de matp ter, aio'dfda^ nuff Jtill dem cjrticktns is boused')• "When I hears dat dem niggers ober dar in de next yard is g*/ine to hab a party U>-mqrrow sight, ! wttttte.to; bo, shore .dat my chicking doesn'tte^j^iypU liew r^^r - "; -^'L'j-: The c,^i^kenBwerpat once locked up.., Kr Borne one has .remirked,! ijimewhere; that % ^ a ludicrous sight to behold a physician at-:; tending fats patient's funeral; it looks so like a tailor taking ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

¦ ¦ !::- - •- -- ¦ •' , - m ~- » ¦ ¦ ¦ — ; !.\. \: y E»!« file Prcpcse. the last year ? Don't I know that you've bhrhed up at least^ four tons^of^ coal courtirig around :herefH" '-~'y-'¦'•' ¦•:,' ¦} •;"¦¦' - .-.; .-.TMgUl got lier,.ibe».^!anajii0.'moUi^ stood in the stair dopr. and asked: : 'fEusfcliae, have you got any; grit." *''*¦'. M , "1 gUeSS SO."V' -¦ _'•'•• '.-;..;•-;-;-- ,;,., .;„,-¦" "I gaessy^ajrenH. I just wishi^hat a fe! ler with false, ^eth. and a mote on his cbin: wm^i coinc.sp^i^me. ji)o you know ^h«t would4iappea, Eraelmef" > ai,^j „;, , ,;.„.,„¦ « -v4 *o;M- .' -""-: '-. ¦ - ¦'.----.-?,. ¦ :•;/..-. • ., ,;.,-. ¦- .. ia:#ei^rit^n ^^^^3 cofne^bi^^in ^ty^w-^d/^t-OTtW. ^i^^^ srgoat jumping for sunfiow^r^;seed>." ' ^nlMiae '^t ^^to^a^vey^ij^a'i ^:--. ¦"¦ .. > - -.'r'.. ¦ ' •:•' 5-:^iiK^\jrv<]«ai:K> :«."-,',.-./•-.—if*'.- —' . .-• .';-'. ; It was midnight Thh youtig mari harl far^r welled himself out, and EmeJinft1had.locked the ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

, 1876. » -¦:.;, ., j,,. • ^¦¦:''¦¦ ••¦¦ TOBEBi " '• ->»r*A • ¦ *""¦*• - 1876. ": LII QENTENfeLJ^ :; ¦ ! Vfp^pplflON jr '.;•'.i; .-,;; ;:-.>. :¦¦-,- -bi 3?a« Commeiiced - ¦»{;¦, = ¦- ¦ ¦'•'¦: '.. j.--': '- ¦ '.- . ¦' -• ¦ '' '"''':"; I ''! - '" ;'^ ^ ^ ^^ , ^ - ''-Vr.r.i':- .-jj- '.-;''¦" r,li; , MQNTROSE; PA; ¦;•'• •'•"¦"¦ •"'A1 ;"-V-:: "-'"..' ARRIVAL OJF Niw' CtOODS, LOTS ©F REiVfNANTS ¦*?''"' " ' V- " - ¦ •: ' " ¦¦¦¦!¦ ¦¦ -' -^.: : ¦'-'. • :-',: ... '.,".:..;'. '.\ •..•'¦'.. ;.;'; . '."' ... .. '' : ¦, -i , •¦-;.!{ .,ix\r> A. | -.,;.;-._.-. ;, ...,:,' Gopli (ioODS AT A ft)W .Pbice! GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. ^' j^~ ~ — '¦.';.-. •;'- " ;: -;;j;:f\;;:; !;, ^ lot-of mors & GkiLmEws ;HER#THe4^BEs-'(> : n -; ;"'• ..S^S^HEA^'TO CLO SE! 1*5? W^ftl ?,tv'--''-" • • •••'"•'...'..'.. ¦ .'..''.".exctfc1 •¦';¦"-'':-i '*r^ PincBt I'attomaPriuts,tiew L..«. TioSrift- a ¦«>¦ «*»^.r«— ^,«- ^._ ' Goodyard wide Bleached Mudta^VwrV. -«?«?. A-?•*•»!BTT.'-O...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

;i^;j;|ip|^';Bj|(^ '-••¦"i»".- 1 '¦¦ -. M.-ri -.!¦ '. >. ^ ^ o^Ks^iBbBA^ in .'¦;.'.- ,.'s ' •v::v ivif »:«:«» l l i i f; iiift ? .v>-f.-(t if;'-,rrM-j.^..« :;i]fi-M'!:.).;ijii> .-. -w-,,i.--- , _/ ... , •: ",, :.."'; •'.""' ' '. " •^;-;'.fI-?,> y':!^m,« .vi; ^SPBOUL IKDr/CEMENm .IW-!''" "¦ " ." -'''". ^^l*|?^jftl^ #a»irW, All Glass Lamps, Hand Lamp* i ¦r>'.-v>u. ¦ .}<.. *n df'->.:¦ a -h y£W: ;kahw»aci17^er;-of.'; ;; ;:' ,:r^* '••'". ¦'.-'i.'H^^:^1 ^^^ ;;,'•;¦' '• ^ar^^^^V^tjy A>^j^£2^:^n^; 1^.'- ^ ' i&>*m*m. ' BEST JOB PKIXTIIVO • .) v;;W X; ^, ;AT *ii,M.«i»„Kfr B,*<n^ ,,/, ^W^^.PPtM^ ^»i»^lf|lil'.M'|^ Aw^uv.i~;;-h;,nfh:7? sjj:;.ui. v^Sf-H-tj-ii--:-/»'• i3.j..i/.t-, -_.,^; -^^^.^ jTt ^ .^j.',,^.':** * .^.:. ,'., ., . .,*' .^^^v^e^Qiay ^ " ' Vi* ntwLBY A CRti«1t r«M«4J^flJ ,t|K li 101 -jftfrt^THf ^'^ ^''^ftj^j^liju"^ ' ^ C«l"W«-, ^*PfFP^SiPSiitSl ..on ^ fctl ^ ^.-^f pwT.stri -»innCrri »'gB^fcfai"lJ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

That Judge. , - -^'- : - *' 1 - \ -: At a recent trial in the Elko. c<>unty court our friend, Bishoff, of the Humboldvbrewery, was called as a witness. Mr. Bislioff is one ot ths .'solid men' ot Elko, where he ha^,; been in business since the town was started, ib the winterot1 185?. Upon being sworn* Counselor Rand, one of the aUorneyjis in the case, wbo.by, theway, is also an old resident of Elko, said : !'^r; Rishon*; where do you residet" . , "V?here I reside ?'\ ^ hat tor you ask me such foolish thib^.? . You Mirink at my place more as a hundred times." .; "That has nothing to/ do with^ the case on trial, >lr. Bishoff. State to the jhry where you reside." :.'- ." v-....-".'"... "Peshurry! $e shurry! Oiijpyjiminyt effery gentleman on dii shurry has a string of marks on. mine cellar door just• like a rail fcnee.''^.;' :'• v.';.;- His Honor here interceded in the coubselor's behalf and in a calm, dignified manner request ed the witness to state where^e ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

r m Hew Advertisements. PREJr*AJttE FOB WUSITOB I V^;;;»^,^>-l;;V- :s ¦ ¦ '-;>^-\ ;[P:^ :. ''::^f:':4'jNiEw ^tookIop -.¦•;;:':!: J ' jf-'-u VJU 1 ii ¦ -, i - .: :_!_; :¦ ¦¦>¦; '¦: •¦-.:.-„¦,.•• fi;<".? .. f||: Mlffillfl i.-?{' r-:.:--ig^'.iv-': v'AT .-.•..',j-i- ji--4i': ;s.i-.-... ;'¦¦: -i'"a::'',|,i':/-; I --' ¦¦ ¦ " ¦'¦: ?'.!'-'» ¦:¦.. - i.*V.;. '¦ ;><;j !,v,.i>-; . = ,-. -.; ..:-.-j=.-l;;-, ;.,. v WOOLEN SHAWLS, CLOAEINGS OASSIMERES, BEAVERS " -: •^i-ii-'AND'OLOTHS,^-!:/--.^! . •:*.: ,;!!-^^:-^ !: ... z..1 .-iAtGf'B.^.Co^ PLAID AND PLAIN WOOL Am MOHAIR DRESS GOODS, SlLKS,r POPLltfS, CASHIMERES, / DRABTEDES ALPA ,;,JCAS, BLACK AND! j .>v..., 14; v coLOREby '•. 1'.": ::^:-'1-Fliifl^ELSi ••' ROSE - ' BLANKETS ^J^EGETLES BED SPREADS, i WOOL TABLE SPREADS, : TABLE LINENS, TOW- i !/:; {: EL?;'NAPKINS [<>')}'¦ ! f {')'¦ at d household [U rFurtijshiug; ;.{; | j v Goods, I ; x - :' i ! A large assortment, and cheap, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

A WOREINGMAN'B -'WANft %m ftfadfafl. ^ ¦ ^ ^ • -'.¦ • •'— * /-"iito There once Was * common near me, . . ,, And! mariaged^p keep a cbw, 'i;; > :,; ,v;: Aid Ufe milk it led; the children, ^ ^ >,-But I cannat keep it now. : They have taken away our Commons, Nor left us a bladeo' green, , And there's bowt but gr*te folks' places, , --,' Wi' hedges and w.ajUs between.....< ; t-Adthechildren are;white andsicKrjr j They say it's the^kitid o' food .;,'•. For bread and tea for a growing childr-? -.-, ?..-And it's a' they get—a no good. Then we used to ha' milltfin plenty, And bacon from off the sow ;^j ! But that a' went when the commons went, ^ And we ceasit to keep'a cow. \'.'. ¦' j.'.; ] ; a And little Bessie, my youngest^ *¦>¦! 'I .Who's dead, come Mayi; a year-^i ' 1 And-ohJ but she were j^darlmg,;' ;..} Wi' her long white lt»cks;- oil dear I1"-1" And the milk it was a''she Wanted, i . But I could not get it nohow ; '> ; ' ¦'} For the farmer...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

MARRIAGE SUPERSTITIONS _»« ! ~- Since marriage became, an institution there have'becn certain signs, and superstitions that have clung to its celebration through all ages and in all countries.; Even to-day in; the most civilized nations we have: not .entirely rid our minds of these superstitions, and I wanjant there is never a bride but indulges herself in looking for some .happy omen.' Pew people are dauntless enough to be married on Fr'icky, and we all have the most, unlimited confidence in that old shoe thrown after the new ly wedded pair. Nearly every bride of jto-day -wears about her when she is marriedjsome trilling thing borrowed from a lady friendj.and all know that "Blest is the bride on -whom the sun doth shine," and are equally,'certain that ' "To change the name and not the letter Is a change for the. worse, and not forthe better." '. ' So pn, quite indefinitely, it is wonderful how these ancient signs are handed down fromlgeutnuiou to generation.aud how impotent...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

DO WORLDS DEPOPULATE ... . —»-•——Plato denominated the earth an animal; and all theiphilosopherg-^-or • physiologists, as tbey were tben^iyled-^of-tnat general way of thinking, taughtlthat the entire cosmos or universe was but the body for the living entity, which they termed anirna mundi 0T\s6u] of the wurld. Prof. Proctor is delivering a course of lectures, at different places in this country, upon the "Life and iJeat^ of Worlds," in which he takes the ground} that they have a birth and growth; and that tnev resemble - each other in\certain condition of structure, just as all animals do in certain things affecting life. The larger planets must have beeti hotter at their fdhnation than the smaller. Jupiter arid;.Saturn,itwas fair to. assume, h.ad not, yet dbnegrowing—had not yet completed their formation independent olf the accretions which Uiey derived from the meteors and other external sources of growth.. Besides that they had mare beat than the earth io start with, and ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

' 'mi^DEM'MApiAGBS. ", H7k; lhaveoften been surprised by therea^inW with which Isome parents ftllow their daughters to marry5 gay .thoughtless ybung men, who have n ever given any evidence of established habits, or exhibited the stability of character necessaryto7. coBdnct with propriety the affairs of a family. 'Respectable parentage, theprospect of a tolerable'i support,' and the absence of ahy glaring vices, are Considered sufficient. If .a young-man he a little wild, we are told that be will become1 steady as soon as he is married.-j-If be b& fond of the. midnight revel, and, hovj and then requires;the! assistance of a friend to get him borne, we;afe assured that a wife will immediately render him domestic ; and if orp^ fane and irreligious now, he is to become niprai. if hot feiigious, when a husband. This vir tue is augured from present vice, sobriety from irregularity, and temperance from dissipation ; and a daughter, possessing perhaps every Qual ification to...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

JAPANESE MONEY. , One of the greatest curiosities in Japan to the stranger is the wonderful yariety.of Coins that are used daily. In some instances it takes one thousand pieces to make one dollar. These are called "cash," arid are seldom received byforeign ers, who, as a general rule.refuse to take them in change. Imagine making a trade of five cents, and giving a man a fifty-cent piece, then receiving in change four hundred and fifty ol these coppersi This coin is peculiarly made, having a square hole in the center. Tbey are about the size of our dime pieces and neariy two-thirds the thickness. Next td this comes the quarter of a cent, tight tenths of,'.* cent; and the one and two cent pieces. In Silver coins they have the five, ten, twenty^ flftycentand one-jdpllar pieces. In gold, the one, two, five, ten and¦¦ twenty rtollta-Si whic^i are very pretty coinages indeed. Next to this comes the Government .stores of paper money in various denominations ranging .from five cents t...

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