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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

: • ,. " '' ' ' _ """'" "" ' —«¦ *"—>—¦¦ *¦—..-,. , . 1 . . m i .- .MoROAN-^BBobks-f^At the Presbyterian cburcb, Brooklyn, Aprjl Sd^by Rev/1 3. Beat, Sumner Morgan and | Altde-Brobks,;; both of 'Brooklyn., ^„:;:;; j/:!:.! I-,'-.;:i/;U. "1 a-A 1.u :->. Brown—CARGTLi>-At ¦ tbeljr^aia<;nce of the brides fatbervH»rch -23di bymeT.>^P Witt*. er, James M. Brown and Ella B; Pa.fgill,aJl,of Thomson; !( '' v ¦ '; '-! " . , . ,.\ I ,/'¦ ¦;,..;' ].¦'. -¦. ¦¦,>;{¦- ¦ * •¦'' <¦> . ?UTM [¦' .\i i ' XoTE-f BLAckMAii-^At, ^hft. houfifi of, the bride's Yatlifer, iii Mesb.Jppen.jSfarsU ^9„ by^ev. C. Salmon/Charles T^Lmre'oT 'South: Auburn, to Sa.rt M.,eldest daugherof William Blackmar, ¦ . 4'.:..•,;..-. \yyy\iA-:',yi\-;ii:--> /.-.-.¦¦ -s ^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

Arrangement of Mails. vu.kau.boai): ;"¦.;'^..^'.-.;'/; i Arrive*. Depc^ .^khannock, (Dally,)..........jr.... 7U0pm 1218 m Via Stages: • Montrose DepoUDaily,)....... ..... fiOOpm 620mj New Milford:(Dally;).....".;.r:i...1000am 130pm; j&alnsine. (Daily.);........ ,...<... 945am 90«pm ! if?eiidBvme.(tri weekly.).... ;. .. 600pm 800am no,,kluiStation,(tri weekly,),...,.-.I.. 700am 700am, RiD'rhamton,fiaS.Lttke.(triweekly).. 600pm 700pm tfesWP«n'ltriweck,y,)','-,"-L:--l1)00Bm 400pn The New York, (*l« Mohtros^toeppWNelwiJOWdrcl runkbannock.and-Wyalusing^redailviU , ¦ * ¦ "j TbeOonklin Station mall rttrfsTuksdaya,Thursday/ &I The a Bingh'»ntoa mall, (via Silver Lai e,)runs Tucl iftVd.Thursdays, and Saturday?. J ' ¦!' / t'riendsvllle raail.runs Tuesdays, Thursdays ^and 8(i D TheMoshoppen mail runs MondayMW due daya, ail Friday9". 1. , •, additional Stages:^..; y 3'-.'j. AStagelcaveSdalftj for' Jlpmroec.pcpct*: lv m.,ajd re AHtaSleaves dally for Now Milford atlSOa.j....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

Ki^ed b Gars.—-Mr. Allen Soper, an old flmtleniari abbot seventy years ot age, resida/g on Packer Avenue in this place.was kjlle/bf Express No. 3,1 goirij? nortlj on Saturday fat. He started that; morning to visit his son who works lor John JIcQueen in Ulster. When just btiow Mat/ier's, walking upon the track, the passe^iger ^ tr^iri wJiiatled^biin off? and he stepped flpoatiie'oppbVitetrrfck.;^ 3 uSt then a coal train coming south whistled him off, and in the. .confusion of the moment he stepped again4 iipon the track he hidleftj when ti.q pilot of the locomotive instantly struck him.— The back partofhjsheadi was crushed in and two ribs broken; and he was pitched by the . blow into the,bank,.killing Uinvinstantly. The body was taken to .Ulster,where the funeral took place ;on: Sunday .last. ;Mr. Soper was a quietJ andi pleasant oldrgeotletnan, who resided with a son m this plae>i, and; the unfortunate ending dt his life is regretted by all who knew liimA-^Bradford Argus. ¦...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

Business Localsp-Handbills for- Auction Sales, etc., printed nt the Democrat office iu first-class style and at reasonable prices. - .;"•'¦ j ¦" ¦ ^ Cayoga ;Plaster. Fresh and fine ground. A. largesupply. F ^ or jsale by J.R. Raynsford at Montrose R. R^ Also lime by the barrell. Montrosey April 5, lS76mol. i Nsw Lace Curtains,, by ihe sett or yard.— Table Ltntns, Napkins, towels,1 and Homekeeping goods in great variety at ; Guttenberg, Rosenbacm & Co. ; i Montrose, April la,:l876ttii ! * .PjaaTOGRAPHS.—Pictures taken in all the latest styles. / Old pictures copied and enlarged. Also a splendid lot of frames for sale cheap, at G. W. Doolittle's. /Montrose, June 10,'74.—1£ -, • > Amagnjficent lot of fine Cloths and Cassimeres. Coatings and Suitings lor custom work, just received, call and leave your measure for a new suit at yAy ¦ .¦¦Ay GrjTTEJJBEBG, ROSENBAUM & Co. / April 12,1876tf. ; Montrose Graded School;; ; The Summer Term, will open May 1st, and con...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

Look! Look! ! ' In medicine quality is the first importance. A. B. Bums at the Eagle Drug Store keeps^con stantlvon band a full supply of French German, English and Ariaerican Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Also a choice selection ot toilet articles and fancy. goods.| The,largest and best ^ stock-of; Pocket Books in towq. \ ,-Mbn/trose,Jan. 5,1876. ....', /f ,j : - •« ". ' Wts/Tj&iNK that. the peopleol j Montrose and vicinity are/finding out where the most popular Dry Goods House in Bing amton is located lor ,C. F.Sisson & Co. inform jus that their trade, from'this section, is. very large and constantly .incfeasirig;' fit their fetoc}; may now be found a iafrge and carefully selected ^ stock of Drj^ Gopds^ suitable to the wants ot everybody^ They iitake a specialty of Black Silks, Black Cassimeresi Blnck Mohairs, Black Alpacas, ami the finer grades rof; Dress v Gk»od|>^ and in t£is lirie are, pVpiired to; gjve some .decided liargains; W^' suppose thatr 'n...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

" ; ~ .... "... :r -.'-.¦ -= •...:. :, ¦¦ •) ; Jory List.—The following isa list of Grand and Traversa Jurors drawn for. the term 61 Court to commence at Mootroie, on Monday, Aprill0 ^ 1876i / ' JA ¦ ¦ -'[ yyAy . '.-.-v''APraverse Juroi^JSeeon dWeekAi ; Apblacon—EnM Sf Foster. ! J //! . Auburn—Isaac ^Howard, Elijah Cnthe.-- - Bridgewater—Syltester I Hart, Edwin Hill. Brooklyn-Robert F Breed, ; ¦ ¦ i- ¦ ; ; CHfford—I^ai Cobb. Samuel Arnold, j Henry Cuddeback. Henry Rivenburg. H ; | * * - DimockT-David; Sherer, Horace Spaf ford.; Forert Lake—David L..Deweris. / ! Fr*nklin—John Barron, dtep^en A Smitlu Martin Kanaly. / ! ; ! ^ i Friendsville—Henry Lignt- •'-',. » Great Bend Village Bbro—John Bi Jbhnsbri, JullusBBrown. -f s , : |. ¦¦ . ¦ *£. "J. ' ¦ Halmony—Sterling BauVs^HarniohJS: New^ ell.--',-.:-" •'••'. '•' ." A-:Kr-.-A::^.: ¦¦)¦• „• i' ;••'¦ • J Harford—DennisonvK Oakley, Eleazer Els-< worth, Frailk Wilmarth.'Penuel Carpenter. j Herriok—Francis M Felton. j ; ||-.',... .. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

The Date of East/eb—A. great Imauy ejf celle'nt people here and in England havebeei much pcrturhed rtspeetln© the date of EasW Sunday in the present. yeah They have been brought up in a Relief that it is' to he ascertain j ed by a simple little rule tha\ connects itiwith the first full moon alter the vernal -equinox.— Tried:by this rule the date.,should be April 3; but the almanacs.s^^^^^ril^ 19 is faster day. Now this isiTrafly"J B^! pous 'tbatter/if traditionary beliefs are to; go for nothing and Easter day, Lent, and all the moveable feastsi ol the -cburch can be shoved ahead a whole week at the will of ^he. almanac mak' ers.; A gr^at deal Can be said orr. Imth Rides, even at this late day, notwithstanding the decision of the council office in the fourth century, and the reformation ol the caiendor in the sixteenth. - y .. The lactisthat the popular methods of find ing Easter day are ^something like the magic balls in the Der Freishutz legend ; sixty times tlu-y hit, thrice t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

] QARRY THE NEWS,' '•¦;.. OH^ CABRY ^-HB WRW8 TO MAEt i. AND ISVBJtYBppY BLSEl ¦ ..,¦ ...., FOB* $OOD NiwB 'ib HKALTHY Aim RBP8K8HINO. ••.-¦¦ !•;;.:;; .>J.'r'. -. * !»'<•. r- ¦' -•¦ ¦-• ¦•- '¦• '•• ¦• '-. ^¦^^3 aa-a \ A.-L-<! -U:-A 'A:'uA'A :•¦. ¦;,..- ¦'/.. ¦ :;¦>(¦>¦;'A HAVEv MOVED TO TimB NBW STOBB, . ,.V . ¦ --"-,,:.•,,-: . ..V^::;; Ai:.. ' ¦: ' V.5 .'. . • ..... \/ J:. ' '•-.'/l •< '.'. •.' ".'KSS^TO... ¦; .-.¦:.,:..;.'/,-.-.¦ ., THE '* FIRST N"ATIONAIi BANK, /; (Searlo's New Brick,); / ,/ , // . ¦ -.. ¦ ^/.--.vfi -¦;¦/. ¦ ¦ ¦:,;¦.'--»''•- '' ;----' Wher« they will keep On hand tho best assorted utock of Men'a anoSBoya' Ready-Hade . ' -s ..... 'P - ' ; - ; DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANOV GOODS, HOSIERY, HATS, MILLINERY GOODS, &C, of all descriptions and latest style*. B™58 S^oro. ;: y 3 GENERAL PIBE, LIFE AHD ACCIDEITT IHSUBAN0E AGrEJST, Montrose, fa. Capital Uoprescntt d, #100,000,000 I . ,/..,'_ .', : v .:«BK ¦ /.; y Fire Associ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

—~. *"^ „ ~TrrrT^ - - How to Know tlie as-e of Horses. Tbe jolt; i^oi-ii with twelie .-grinders ; wKeD/^fw r/fraut tee/th :have made their appearance, tfie colt is twelve days old, and w&en the next four come forth it is four weeks oldUMen^ie^6rrmr^eet| appear,' the colt is eigtit months oid^, when the latter have., attained to the height of the froVt^eetby^if is one year old. The two-year-old coit has the kernrl (thFferibstanc^ iff the middle of the tooth's crown) gjronnd out iu all the front teVtlii In tne third year the.middle front, teeth are being shifted, and vwln-n three years old,;-. these]are: substituted by the horse teeth.; fj^he next four teeth are shifted in the fourth year, arid the corner 'teeth in tne/filth.:' At six year?, the Turner is worn out of the lower middle front teeth,and thebridle teeth have noar attained to their " fuiV-erowth. At seven yearsj & book has been.|ormedin the6btn/er/teetih of the upper jawv the kernel <Apf ,tfae...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

"¦'wr'nr'^'"/:fiuslnesB s CarSs. D R. ELLEH; E. MITGHELL, PHY--. elcian and .Sqrscon, graduate, of .the Woman 8 -Medical College of the N. Y. Infirmary, then resident physician for a year.to the Woman's Hospital-in N. Y.: after four gears' \pwttce In Fon dn Lac. Wisconsin. ha# located -in Montrose. Special attention riven to diseases of, womeii^and children. Office at the foot of-Maln Street, in the old David Post home-Montrose, Dec J5v 1875.—8m*n6b. It t), BALDWIN, M. T>s HOM(EIXi pathic Physician/ has located himself atMon trose, where he will attendpromptly l^kprofesaion al business 'entrusted to his care. -BfTOpceln-Car malt'.s bnllding, seco'het lloor, front. Boards Hlr.B Baldwin's. I • , ••''•¦ „ Montrose, Pa., March 10,1875. DR. W. W. SMITH, DENTIST.-Rooms.athlB dwelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey's, on Old Foundry stteek, where bt would be happy to see all those in want of Dental Work He feels corilldent that he can please all. both in quality ot work and in...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

TbMINiSTRAlOR-S; NOTICE. In JA.\ the tstate of Michael Qnaley.late of Forest Lake dec'4. ,'Lelters of Administration in the, ui« e^ate having been granted to the undersigned all persons owlKtld estate are requested to make immediate pa> merit and all persona./bavins claims; against said Wfare rcque^d to presen ^ *fjgBg; ApriH5,1876.-6w Adnflnistratrir, C. T ^A^ T I S. POTTER, DENTIST, WISHES JLi' p to Inform the people Of Montrose and.Vtctnlty, that he is permanently located, in the secondJtory'ol B... P. Stamp'S new building; oppostie 9*W'£fi«5v' All kinds df Dental Workdone in the beat manner.; NJBJ-Nitrous Oxide, Laughing GasS, given for the painless extraction of t«eth. > f \ ¦' ( •-' Mbntrose, AprllSth, 1876,-tf -'_ ^ ¦.yyy - Jy_y_ Banking, j&c. ^ "^glNKi^li^ : ¦ ....!' ¦•; «* ' •; ' ii e. coopiR i m : j MONTROSE, ¦PA.A'yy.l-GENERAL BANKING JBUSINESS ;DO??E. c6lL|1CTIONS M' ADE ON ALL POINTSAND PROMPTLY ACCOUNT ; ^ED ;FOR AS HERETOFOpr: D'OMESriC AND",...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

"¦^-"/'"" nfic^llaneons.".] '. \„ ^Mti^;-;/;ii% ^ M-r-r- ;-'ly-;-''?'Y\':\:V ,:>;.L^M'BER;;YA'jjip;'r„:..'' ;'^^^i! ss±i^^ Lumber Manufactured at hit ucwlyrerected bu«d.tngon the OldKeelcr tannery'Site,in the j ; ;..:y-*A : HBABT OF TOWN! ]"';-'''yA'' y. -where wlllbe kept constant!? on hand: Afnll stiobk of >..¦ . : A- ;; : i •; yjfy ¦ "-,,-¦¦'' WHITE AND YELLOW.PINE, HEMLQCKj OAK/ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK - WAtlgJJT LUMBER,, , ..•.;;.' .... Aj/-y:- ..;- ¦ • ¦ A'y :'- ' •;• ¦ ' whlch,wlth the aid of the mdst Improved machihey and competent'workmeri.is preparedto wOfkintoany t-hape to meet'the wants of Custoniers.. .¦ , ,\. >.. . WELL SEASONED LTJilBER, INCii'JDlNG SIDING, FLOORING, CEILING,' SHINGLE AND _ LATU CONSTANTLY©^ HAND. : ; Planing, Matching, Mouldings, and'Scroll.Sawiuf cone to order. : v . MANUFACTORY in connection wiln the above establishment, under the managettUOtof Mr. EH: Rogers: Exumibc our wdrk before.leaving your orders elsewhere. Repairjug don...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

^ Biaceiianeon 8, D R. LYONS i i)0., ~~~ ¦ yAi ¦/;;¦-.>".,DEA'LBRS I1T-;'';'.¦'I'-' :¦ j-:¦..-, i «'.,¦"¦ i;' *-•' Ay:. Ayy ¦ ", .--•.•: IaRPETS;- OlLGLOTHa DRUGGET, J; MAT$INt3Sr WIlSrTJO^ .; 3-,aC ;,:¦". SHADES^ if.yy ¦¦:.:..' :.-¦ -"*•.>{^.v - • ¦ .-.¦-• .-¦<--:. ¦<¦: "- ' :\yi-yy:.i > ' ¦¦.¦;&....yj., .-^".y^. -.;...•. .: .'' 1aPER»HAN8INGS AND ENAMEL f CLOTHS, COTTON YARN, V COFFIN TRIM; ¦ \ .Ayyi li-:.,-,MlNGS,"" ¦¦: 3-....3 ' "3, -v.-i ¦¦ /"•¦"•"• liATED WATIE, DRY GOODS AND , GROCERIES, PAINTS, p / OILS, REPS, 4>A^A:aa- A ; DAMASK, ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S - | ; FAMILYj MEDICINES, > y. , ..>-.-• ,-•',..¦•-. TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, RUBBER T ; GOODS, &C..^. ^ , i ... .. . - | ,'- "¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦'¦ ¦ '" A v' ©' ¦ . A t . \ ' BvR. LYONS & CO. I ':* ¦.---'¦ -* :-...;; ¦¦ • -.' ¦ '. -'-; ' Jontrose, January 1,1879.: , - , .l|i'j;.-DO-KLEY. :; ¦¦¦ '<: f"'-- | ¦ XI. ' .,'.,. .'•;. r : Wo. 48 & 50 Was...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

^ Harrowing WBeaf in Sprliig. t The advantage "of harrowing wheat lands thoroughly iri th/e^pring a* 'toon aa the ground becomes/ dr^' enough to prevent the horses froin sinking into it, is known to many; farmefs 'who have practiced it, but is unknown to the majoritj. Wo/Hat is ufijuttlly sown in September, upon well prepared- land. This land is ld't there subject to all the storms >f fain and snow ^id the dry weather, in succe ^ ed-:t#'%inj ttutil ; after if tHMhM }8 !#- t#MV'' Ipeusequ|n^,th|aarid b comes in May and June nearly as hard as a meadow. , At a season 'of tl.^ year when the plants are in the greatest vigor of growth','the land is eo Ijard as not to give oue-half the nourishment it would if kept jnellow by any process, Suppose, for instance, corn should be planted in thefall): ,un,der similar cotidifiions -with wheat, and that the winter did not injrueit; and than it we^eWft.without cultivation of any sort dntil harvested ; itiia.eyi.dent..that.,the yield wo...

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

THE CHURCH OF;THB WORLD. [ThVfbllOwiiig lines were written many years geo by Richarq ,Mouckton Milnes, npwr LorJ flougbton; who baa be«fn ^juiferecently traveling tneUhited States, -Na\kirally enough^ they gave great offense to some ei£T the dignitaries of the Established Church in England, and one of the consequences was. that they do not appear in the1 later edition of his works; The! copy, front Which: we; print was .furnished by Lord Houghton himself, to a friend who had once read the lines.and had tried in vain to find them in print. He has kindly allowed us to place them before our readers .Are there any church dignitaries or church-goers \ jin.. this country whom these verges caja offend |?| • I Blood one Sunday morning Before ft large church-door; , . „ . The congregation gatheredk . . ] And carriages a score, t. From one out stepped a laqy I I oft had seen betore. ¦ ,.,11 , ¦ - . . *. ; Her hand was on a, prayer-book, i And held a vinaiarrette ; • <•• The sig...

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

LOVE A HUNDRED YEARS AG0.> .. ' "-:~T~: ¦¦' -v,r-- m3E MOTHERS of the Revolution 1 placed their own heroic stamp-upon the actors ip that mighty drama. If we fit-arch the early lives of "those who planned and achieved our independence, we find, in almost every case, the pre-emiuHit influence of a mother's heartl And mother's hearts in those; days were mn in the antique mould. A Connecticut; matron sent forth her sons to battle, th.* youngest but fourteen vears of age. Presently he returned, as he could find no musket "Go back, m'v son, cried the American mother; "go fhto battle and take a gun from the enemsT." j "Alick/'said Mrs. H^ynes, of North Carolina, fcs-she equipped her son, a- mere boy, for the battle of the Rockf Mount -'Alick, now fight like a man. Don't be a coward !" . . Just after the bloody fight at Hanging R -ek, the venerable Mrs. Gaston was told that three of her sons were deaden the held. ><[ grieve .for their loss, but thev cujd not hav...

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

———w——^^m^^m^^^—^Mab;' - : "4:';V ''Buckskin." ... ]•'¦¦« If he had been a citizen, he wouldn't hive halted in front of a place on Chat, ham street where aVman with a mbnT strous great, noise ^jfaa crying ont: ^ouefrous. sacrifice I Goods goinf lor a thousand percent below cost*" v, a There Was no crowd. People passed up and down as cool and, unconcerned as if goods were always sold that way- -.i '?Ahl here is a man with business in his eye !' < cried the dealer. "Here come*' a sharp keen man, who knows/his busi' ness and who can't be fooled! 1 verituW t> say sir, that you have been in the mercantile business all your life." i "Oh I dunno," replied . the man witU the buckskin mit^ns on. "?•! 'spose I've traded more or less." He was flattened. As he entered thp. place the dealer continued: •« "You shall select what' you Hue andi take them away at your own price. ft; would be foolish,to try to fdol you. There! are men who can be so easily swindled that it is a pl...

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

- ~ ¦T,T-' >¦• .-= His Indian Exterminator. ? , - ¦ i ,•= ¦-¦-¦¦ ¦>!,: -'-J V ¦ ¦ , . . .. . "I itpll yer I've ranged to, fli them blasted Injuns, if they try to, rais my hair," exclaimed a Black Hills adventurer, leaning against a Chicago depoV the other morning. '•How's that ?" asked a companion, t-.-r ; 1*You've heard, of dynamite, hain't ye ?" continued the first speaker. 1 :«Ye8.'v ..'¦! ;'.-;<-;1<i- • ^ ."7''*' "Wat; I've got seme of the darn staff shaped inter a 'nfernal machine to wear up here under my hair, au'rd jest like ter sea any dummed: red .skin jtempt te lift my scalp I" % "But if it should go off—?" "It would blow the Injun ter?--w - ^ "I mean whatJ would become of jour head,"putin the other. "Blest if I e^er thnnk of thaV' then replied the would-be dynamite fiend; and he continued thoughtfully, "I reckott I won't try to wear the deuced thing, after -tXLi ¦;-. .*-.-= ^ Make not a bosom friend of a.ineianr oho)y sad soul, He7fitib...

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

$HE JbMOCRa|.? p»ss:sw?« aW. SX AWXiS'SF Ss 0»TJ"SB3R. EDITORS & PROPRIETORS, .: I AttwonoUMip^^e^ l^Ai4^"8, '¦ TO ADVERTISERS :-Tm Dnumjuv ^lo^U M.irt<r medium is unsurpassed in thia, section, a ~~!Si.^h2 Farmer Mechanic, and business man. Its SgS&s^-rS?-5 jOh PRINTING:—Out Wee Is supplied With font ¦ftsres^sSSS Sy competitors in .any section. -^^l V«iTS»dw-Mtimates cheerfully given :at our office. Work order 5 by mail will receive prompt attention. -^;bJ: H^W1EY."7: V. '! 7 W-''^;CBTJ8ER

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

The newly elected Democratic Gover-»or of Connecticut will only hold office for eight months—not-iworth making much fusa abt'mt anyway. The next ^ one to he electJed i-in Ko^ber will? hold office for two years.—Mtfitrose Republican ¦ That's just what the man said in the time of the Deluge when he wastbo late iyr ^ ahW Ark <% on with your old acow ^ it am't agoing to be inuch oi a shower any way,?' Homj* always was an original quolaior. A. Washington correspondent says: Piobablv no official |act' oi Grant; will give^him so much anxiety af the disposal of. salary bill.. He promptly approved the bill increasing his . pay to f50,000, and now he is called upon to approve an apt which Wm make the pay of his suecessor the sam* as that of his predcessors. Should he approve it, it would be a Cbuf&sioh that hf has takep $25,000 annjual-. ly more'than he needed; and if he vetoes, it courtesy would require that he: state his reasons and he could not make it •appear that, his ...

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