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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

gugqiiehaniitt County Farmers* Club. Ou Saturday afternoon, April 1st; the rinb met and discussed the following ¦ Lion : "H°w shjU* we treat biir dai-£ to obtainHhe best tesidts ?'V ; . Mr J- R- LJon8 '«•»*!.'^J*Wnk ^vben person is appointed on ty committee to Select a question for djibusaion, it devolves on him to be prep^ed to givoat least his'views on the: matter in ihrerest} 'na although not having much time to 1 ' t u.™ tlinnofhr. Rfimp in rutntt' A in „ tne matter, rfnd.prepared, a,pap^that mbodies my views; in|ajr^a(iu,re> relativb to the subject. This sublet is 0f| great jmiiortatice. # ¦...¦] ¦.. v-The .census'of 1870 gives the number* j cowa in this county as ^533. The ninl-er of pounds of butter made, 2.580,-Lo The number of pounds) of butter !er cow, 105.2, The. estimate for 1875, If the number of pounds of better made :„ the county is over 3,000,0001 which nr'Mcts. per pound, would fmake the LdLno sum of §1,000,000. * The principal portion of the butter j...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Too Siiaiden tor a Falhcr-Iii-Iaw, A young lady of Natchez, the daughter of a Spanish gentleman of aristocratic birth and considerable wealth, received the attentions ot a cerfain youpg man muchagaiiist the willof her father. One morning not long since, as I the lovers were walking together in a little wooded spot, near the [young lady's home, the father,who ft'as taking his morning's ride, sawjthem; and putting spurs to his horse rode.djirejQtiyiover his daughterjinjuring hdr severely. ' The young man then seized his prospective fathe-ih-law, and gave him a terrible blow with a knife. It is thought he.will not recover;

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

;'- ! ^The Cenlennlal Foartlh It is announced that Mr. Bayard Taylor hSsaccelpted the appointment of poet fOr the celebration of the national festival on the 4th of July at Philadelphia and will deliver an ode which Will doubtless proye worthy of the occasion. The selection of [ Mr. Wm.'M; Evarts, of New York, as orator, and Col. Richard Henry Lee, of Virginia, as reader, on this occasion, hasialready been announced;

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

"DILLINGS CTROUB. | GENERAL ' { ' :i; ! ¦ .= •' -| ¦ FIEE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT INSUMNCE AliENT 3MCoxxtiroflie.3Ea. Capital Represented, $100,000,000 t ; j FIKE . ^ Fire Association of Phil., Capital & Assets, $ ^MO.OOf insurance Co, of N.A., Phil., " " 6,000.000 PennsylvmiaPire,iPhil., *' " 1,100,000 iDB.Co.orPa.i Phila., =" *' , 700,000 Lycoming of Manncy,Pa. ".- ¦ " 6,000,000 Lancaster of Lancaster,, " ',' 400,000 Newton of .Newton, ¦•*'••• " " -I ¦¦¦' 160;000 Home Ins. Co., N.Y., '"', V 6,000,000 National 'H »; >• ¦«-'. 460,000 Cou.merclal Fire" " !' 460,000 Hartford Fire, of Hartford Ct. " 1* 4,000,000 Atlas " : !¦ '• -.-'.•,- 'j' 600,000 Royal Canadian, of Montreal, . Canada;: " • V 1.200,OjO Liverpool, London A Globe, i . of Liverpool, Eng., " f 80,000,000 Providence Waehiogton,; of | . Providence, R. 1., '« " 600.°0P !! "'""¦iAFH^r.' IV.' ' -| : Con'a-^foreBl'Llfelns.Co., Aeeetti 1 140,000,000 American Life. Phil'a. :" . > $6,000,000 '-'-...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

PALL AND WINTER GOODS, 1 "' r- ¦ '. , !. •: Just Received v,-vi..,,. ,\.^,.- ¦ . ¦: . - .-j;. . -.,, •, S . ;. . --BY--- ' ,... William STABLE & FA5i T CY DRY GOODS BOOSTS & SHOES, READY- • MADE CLOTHING ; HATS & CA£S, ¦¦] "¦]'"-""&C..: •!.; Dress DoOdsj« erood assortment. Prints, all the new and, fancy patterns in the market. White Goods in great variety. , BLEACHED ANP UNiLEACHBD SHIRTING, OOTTONADJES, DENIMS, TICKS, STRIPE SHIRTING, LINEN TOWELING, CARPET WARP.; &0 : BOOTS & SHOES; The largest stock in town. First class goods at Leu prices than can be bought of any other parties In the place. ':;.•:-- . ,• ; .-¦-¦! HATS & CAPS all the latest styles READY-MADE CLOTHING ! ' i ! !' - - i ' ! a fall line, and good goods well made and trimmsd. •Call and Examine my stock before; purchasing t'ae where. I will not be.nndersold for the earn* quality'of goods, by acj one In or out of town., > . Butter ship...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

•CH.BABBXS. I H G. BliAHDIKB (J. N. COKODOH. Barnes, Blanding «& Co., §rt»rtfo m& <&tm\tt ^rfe, [EstABtisHBD in 1840.1 MANUFACTURERS Of ^ALL^ KINDS OF MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS. MANTLES, &G.;'; ' \ j . - .:- ¦ ALSO,'-. ']¦ ' .j- -•'' IMPORTERS OF SCOTCH GRANITE^ J 26 Chenango St., Near Ddpot, MarcbS.lSTO. BIN^HAMTON; N. Y.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Legal Notices. 11TERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT^ Dealers in mercbandisc,ctc., in Susquehanna County, take notice,, that, in pursuance of the several Acts of Assembly of this Commonwealth to provide revenue to meet the demands upon > the Treasury 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 appears, just and right according to the '" Acta of Assembly, to wit: "' ' ; -,':'.-. Aubturn. ^ \:- ¦¦ .-. Liberty. AFLacey , HRTHandrick, 12 R J'Carter . ' -IS'Joseph Newman , - 14 ' EA Lolt :.. ¦ ,; 14;Munson&Knight . 14 .. Tewksbury & Son 11! Middletown. ' .'' .',"' PCBushnell «PattlckWhlte *- Ai-iirat ¦ Montrose. nr,rrr ^ Ararat ,JANBHllard H CC Worth "IWJMoUorf 11 J E Paine .".Lyon*. Drake , , ]J BHdgewater. p% chandler 14 Perry Marcy J'lHJWebb 14^ J»9-Ma ^Un HiBRLyons&Co . : i» W.M. Corey MjJRlJcWitt is , 1 BrpoUyii. iAB Burns ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

AODiniii ittiuu Bel knapV Case. > W t fs.TTT«-n»ivrwViL-: Ht»„.l...OA ¦ mi • I n ««, u. .ou.~iue presentatjon: of !v the impeachment articles against Belknap by Chairman Proctor Kpttint]ie House io-^a? was deyoid of alt iDCident, theartioles oeingrherely %ent to the clerk's desk, with a resolution to print. It ie understood, however, that they will be taken np on Saturday morning by the manager, who will, as before announced in. these dispatches, be'chosen in the Democratic caucus to-morrow, night. The managers w|U, on Saturday, without more ado, proceed to the Senate 'andjiresent their case, whereupon the Senate will give notice to Belknap of the charges against him, and set a day. for him to appear for trial. He, it w distinctly understood; will make hisgreat fight through his conns.'!' on the prelimioafy technical plea to the jurisdiction of the Senate to try him by impeachment, hebeing aVprivate citizen, and riot "a civil ofBcer": of the United States. It will becur...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

ioi A Scene in the Senate. fi"W|spES"Gtp^ '.^njfi730.^Senat Hayafdl c>me: f^o'ut-kl aear^gi yijtigMellie direct to Boutwell to-day, in open Senate as could; be; and yet not do it. The peacemaker, "if," was the only'thing that ^hoided:a:%btin: Bontwellhad been makv ing the:ii«ual'riant a la\ Morton's bloody shirt, and recklessly asserted, in general terms, that the Southern people were still rebels at heart, Were ..not sincere and \were enemies of their country. "If any person," cried Mr. Bayard, "says that Either I or any ;„of my ancestry, on the maternal or paternal side^: were-ever enemies of their county, be lies in his throat'' The seusatioQ wbicn followed this outbreak was noticeable, as was also ihe absence of any reply from Mr. Boutwell General Maxey, of Texas, made a dignified anil manly speech, closing with an earnest plea, for the burial of dead wane* and for true aational recollection

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Wonderful Four-Year-Old Boy. The Boonvlle (Mo.) Advertiser'Ami found a four-year-old boy, by the name of tjames Martin Williams, and bounc> iii ^ hinwipand down on his knee, the Advertiser 'unto found the youngster tci be-erammed with dates, figures, (acts and a volume ot lore su^h as ordinarily require a life-time to acquire. This is the kind of aJ>oy Jim is. In'!'history he proved to be a yery encyclopedia of knowledge. The ancient kings, their wars, the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, the career ot Bonaparte, the times of the death audV the age of the rrilers of -England, the} Settlement (if this countrv and similar facts were as fatnilar to him as the alphabet to an older person. He named the Capitol of every State in the Union, and o^ every loreign country, and evinced a knowledge of the scriptures the only parallel of which is Christ in the Temple. - He repeated whole chapters of the Bible, and spoke in a childish manner, just as though rattling off'th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

HAVfi YbU HEARD THE Mm? , . /• i < > ' T :J "' - <' t *' . ' ¦' i . - ". \. ' r ' J V V.'-; •''' - ' • 1 : 5. :Ki- j '.\ ! = = ,v..-< -; -- r.- 1 , :,,;; ;,-- ;,-, •;•.;;'<;'!' i.'-j » j '" '".,.- ;'.' '"- ' j i] "¦' The following I« a' Speelmen of It. Z% pounds TEA tor one dollar.. 5 cans BEACHEB"or*'TOMATOES tor one dollar. ! / 4 cans LiTTL&rNECK CLAMS • for one dollar. ¦ • !:¦• ' ;¦¦ ' "•; •• -.',¦"¦: .f ¦¦ . , 7 pounds RAISINS for one dollar.. 22 bars SOAP for onedbliar. i -•.-¦¦' 1 • j; i • 10 pounds! prunes for one dollar; .! '- U p«unds SALERATUS for one dollar. x 4 pounds COFFEE for one dollar. 12& pouiids CRACKERS for one dollar. 15d JAWJ BREAKERS fox one dollar. The whole lot for TEN, DOLLARS and a present thrown in. Good for minety days. A large stock of new and choice goods equally low, By calling at the headof Navigation you shall have the full value tot your money every time and something extra. Call and see at A. N....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Tgdds?' v : ; EGGiS WHITE COCHENS, ' BUFF COCHENS,' \ • PARTRIDGE COCHENSi = PLYMOUTH RQCKS/ AND HOUDANS, ¦ ~~~~~-.. ^ ¦ .---' . Eggs for Hatching, - - - $3 per 13. "i ,_ : ; 'j. ' '.* • ' ¦ ' : ' "> ! ' ^"Yonng Fowls for sale after Angnst 1st, 18^6.°at reasooable prices. No inferior specimens shipped from my yards. White Coche^s, 1st premium at Jersey Fair, (Berry & Williams stock.) Buff Cochens. Berry & Williams. No circulars. Write for what is wanted and p'romp replys will be given. Address. ¦•¦ '".f / - 'C. €. GILBERT, if- ' Great Bend, Pa. March 29. lS76.-6m. j : ,; * 1 ¦¦ ¦' .,-—..., „, i --.— , . . ¦ i , I,, .I,.,', ¦ ¦¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

nORRECTLON! Rumor has It that bavin? been elected County Treasurer for the ensuing three years, I ant to discontinue my Insurance busines. Paid HUMOR is UNTRUE, and without foundation, and while thanking you for kindness, and bppreciation of good Insurance In the past, I ask a continuance of your patronage,! promising that all business entrusted to me snail be promptly attended to. My Companies are all sound and reliable, as all can testify M$o have met with losses during the past ten years at my Agency. Read the List I. . p - North British and Mercantile, Capitol, $10,000,009 Queens of London, "= 2.000,000 Old Franklin. Philadelphia, Assets, j i , 8.500,000 Old Continental, N. Y^, • " " ! nearly 8,000.000 OldPhtenlx of.Hartford, '1 "~ 3.000,000 Old Hanover. N. Y., « . '• (1,600,000 Old Farmers, York* " ; •« . 1,000,000 I also represent the New York Mutual Life Ins ranee of over 30 years standing, and assets over t^O.000,000.— Also, tiie Masonic Mutual Benefit Association of Pen...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

WHY FLOWERS BLOOM IN WINTER! i ; Are yoii aware that you can obtiin Summer heat in January |P That you can impart balmy air td you families ?.,that you can giw spontaneous'growth to filahta aid- Flowers, and that yon can make home a Ittle pyadise by purchasing one of B. C. Sayre'e Uot-Air Furnaces ? These Furnaces are now constructed with VAPOR PAN by which the atmosphere is tempered to that resembling Summer, heat. NO MORE' CRACKING OF FURNI TU RE—NO MORE 0)RY ! ' HUSKY HEAT. ; HOT-AIR And the time has come when consumptives may rejoice in coal fires. These furnaces are sold entirely npt on their own merits, aed are now the leading Furnace In .this part of rhe country- All Furnaces are warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale. - .;, ¦• I . - ' ¦ ' ! - ¦> 3F* XT n. jsr 'jL.'0 ES s, 1 keep competent men on the road who are well acquainted with the Furnace business and they are constantly putting up these Furnaces. Their work Is warranted to please. These Furnaces are...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

^ ¦; ' ¦ * > ^jy^ ^n^wr^t'^h^^.iy =-.= . ;_ jL A.',..¦¦* . -I -, -r ,-t . .' :' I .' -', - ; . tiiebaby who wasn't at tf»eunion lairwiis at the Detroit post office in his little buggjsr: He was a bAby With snag teeth, yellow hair, |white tyei and an ugly kick to i bis heels.., Apfcdef--traintvkato pat bim on the nose^nd the young generation struck at him and howled disconsolately/ A bootblack pinched m foot, arid the baby kicked right and toft and made Vhe covers fly.."¦' '¦.)¦ V "He wasn't at the fair.Was be?" inquired oriCj of the boys as,the mother came out. "I guess he wasn't—not much," she answernt. "He was homei minding bis business;. " '¦Then he didn't get a gulden eagle ?" i"He didn't get nothing)!" she papped. "I don't put my flesh and blood on exuibUioi. tor nogolden eagles, or golde^i geese,, or golden anything else.'' - "^ ¦ : '"Buihe'd have taken -the, A 10. K..XXX premium if you'd had him'thcrel" persisted the boy.. -' - ,¦:•, "He's just, as good as ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

A Woiiderftil Torn ado. ; - > ¦ - - -¦» * — .»*--, There were a dozen or more ,of them seated Kfront ot colored Stv Chaijles, and they were talking about tofnadoes.; - , "De worst est torn ady I ever did see," remarked an old negro* "war sixteen years ago, in -Alabama."-' _•••_- f."- v \'Did she blow much ?" inquired another. "Blow much! shoo! niggars ! but dat was no deck passenger,. dat"; tariiady ! Why, sah, it jist lilts me right up,to remember it!" . "Eberything went kitin' ehV '¦••• "Kitin' 1 Btess you ! you poor; Ignorant nigger, but I seed a mule Jitted up like a fedder,an' how fur d'ye 'apos it blode him -.?„.' . Jis gin a guess." ; -," '; ¦ ' "!'"•.'. , ¦' v' •'' *'One mile ?" f v ''Free miles ?" > ," Across de rtbber f" >*'Into a tree ?" :'_',v ¦ " \ :-,.;.-,',.' "" '¦[.? Each one in the crowd made a guess j and when all were through, the hoary headed-old man repeated •. "Niggars, you is all. wrong. Dat tornady cum tur dat mule, ah* howled rou...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

The fate of the Bfaa who Advertls- r; His name was Hippoflam. His uncle left hiin some money. He started in the grocery and provision business.'.. He- had read1 in the payer that John Jacob, Astor, A. T.Stewart, Efaniel Prait, John Smith and\hosts of others had: once been poor and had made their start by advertising. He believed it all, dough-head tfiat he was, and he advertised four squares in the lorcMigfd, i§ix squares' in" the Bnflger and a half column in the*MoowJiine. When the people saw from the advertisements that Hippoflam had started into business with a fresh.litrge stock they rushed for his '-store. .Then his troubles commenced. (He had to hire an ^ ex'tra clerk and a cash-boy. I He .could not'find time to sit^ciuwnton a cabdle-boij ^thrhsthis feet un der the stove and go?sip about politics and the Louisiana question/: Eyesry. day *>r, two hie had to write 'or telegraph tor; new goods, ordering more coffeeVteaV sugar: or spices ; and when the goods came he...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

¦ajBJUUMBwwgwmujwiiJauuuiJ. it 2Iark Twalnt* Duel. Mark Twain contributesthe following to Tom Hoods Annual: £~'Z"l ^ The Only merit T claim tor the following narrative is that it is a true story. It has a moral on the end of it, hut I claim nothing oii tbat.as it is merely throv/n in to carry favor with the religioi»velcment. ¦ )^t;:; ':' After! had reported a couple of years on the 9Virginia; City (Nevada) Daily'Enterprise they promoted me to be. editor 3n-chief,; and I lasted just a week by the watch.. But I made an uncommonly livisly newspaper while; it did last, and when I retired I had a duel on my hands and three horse-whippings promised me., The latter 1 made ho attempt; to. collect; however, ihis; history concernsonly^ the former It was the old "flush times" of the .silver excitement, When the population was wonderl'uK ly wild and piixed ; everybody .went armed to th.e.;teeth, and all slights! and insults had to be atoned for. with the best; article of blood your sys...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

^^w OffllB ' MATHUStiEK CH1CKERIN6 -,5i-r^ ¦!. --.'¦ • ¦ •¦ •'¦ . 3Pi«,xaos . .¦•'::jlii^ y-^^^^^^m ^kAT^ AN-EKDLESS YABlETYbFcioCKS. ^ - .^^^^^^fflBH|fl| A I'XKr^: iris\7irExamr ; y; : ^^f^^^w^^^^^^^B ! NEW GOODS: CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. GreOTgG Wo6dS & Go's .:¦;':;-; ,'.';•¦>'' '-.•": .;i':.' h '¦'¦>•¦¦'-¦ '-¦'•; " ' " ' .. ' ;'...;:..-•,« -,......."rrrrr' • -^—n^M ¦' T>.'.3Q£^rJenr «•»¦ bes, ' GREAT REDUCTION lli PRICES /^ - This Bering.! jv:: ^B OTHER- OKG^S. :%::::[:-y-T-y flt^¦¦¦':' j.^.; ;_BROh»so.N,:agj t. . -'-" ^^ -' ' ' ^^^BB^T : ' '• ¦ XlVblCAI* MERCHANDISE A FINE ASSORTMENT. SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTION BOOKS, ¦"~ ¦ - '" ' .''-,, : f , etc.,etc.ietc. , . £3TWatches, Clocks, and Finfe Jewelry revja „'. '\ nm . w-^^^_ paired on short notice and warranted; Brick Block, - MONTROSE, Pa. :-., • . Pine Engraving done. .'••¦ . March asi, 1876. .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

'' 'X&frQm\> ' ' VJ=XVl r.-. •.'•'.-...''- -„.'..: *. 1876. ¦ ^:'':'4'i". ¦¦;. •';;;•••;""¦ : * -¦¦ •'. ¦ .;.>¦¦¦. wy ,-.-¦:, -. li CENTENNiALJj [{EXHIBITION ([ Has Commenced .'¦'¦'¦.. . . f-i' f -t f - '¦ i . , : .. . »• , ¦ ;.,, At E, MpKenzitfs OKeap Cash Store, 4-'-- :-. ..y'' .iC:J'\ d'.^/'MQ^^ '¦ -..' '¦¦ ARRIVAL OF? HEW GOODS, i LOTS OF RtMNANTS. '.-and ,a '.-.,'..._ t; j .Good Goqds.at;-a Low Pwck! GREAT BEDUGTIOWilM PRICES. ' -i-- •¦•• ;-"; .:r" ":'¦>-•«•• "^ "; ^LOtGF MEN'S' ,& CHILDREN'S : " '.)'-¦'*'''' , V SS^ES-CHEaP, TO CLOSE! • IIKRE THEV ARE: ; :[¦'-/ : f- ' '."',-.' .'-.^C,. "'" Bestqoainy Print*.....;:.' ......."....:.........'e^cts. } . ¦' ¦¦ .'¦."'.*• Fincet Patterns Prints, aerr. '...iV...... .-TtoiS'cU, \ VARIETY OF Cf.OTIUXG Good yard wide Bleached Mualln.... -,..,,. jlk.cts. -•¦,..•,.--. .,<-- ", I Floe yard wide Bleached MnaHri.. >...'...... 9 td 10 ct». Suitable for fheConiln? Season, will be sold Fine U...

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