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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

'..-.; aaia^.'T?lJBC«/"" Bahnes—Iri.Pike, Pa., M-irch 1.8, Mrs. Laura ' Barnes, wife of Kellogg-8arnes, dee'd, aged78 ¦ years-, 1 mouth and 2t ^ay«. •/¦ f./ ; \Vi'H'iiNEV^Ir iv Great Berid! Bprougb,; A'pril ' . llili, of h«irt diseasfe, 'JWiaj *'it« of Everett i Whitneyta^;6Gyeajrs\S •* ~ WAKEi.Ey--itt Silver Lfike, >iurcb 2i,il(^pn i m., ek\t *t-m dmrm «rid e. a Wttkficy,a%cd :' •2&yea^#'«a:'-" ¦'¦¦-¦¦¦ /:¦', "¦ . ,"'i^*M»?«*»>. Btjck—In Great Beridi April 4thffEva I. daughter of George and Hannah Buck, aged 23 years. ¦ - ./"'. .-.;.';',.. Y'-y '->••' •"¦!' •!.- " \ MELHTJisH—-In Montrpse, Apiil 32d, Fannie Melhuish, aged 21 years. Fannie was the only daughter of a large iamily. As such it was very natural she should be dearly loved both by parents and brothers.1 . .Yet.civeov,this .'could not dissuade relentless corisnmptiori.nor defer death. . :" .'' uThey;loved her but she;left thenii Like some sweet vision nigh,- ¦¦ .• TJieQoldcn Gates were ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

1 i ' —¦ w—i rj4RRY ™e news,-.¦ZZZy CARY TBB NEW8TO MARY AND EVERYBODY JSLSB1 FOR GOOD NKWB IB HEALTUY ahd RBFRESHI. NQ. HAVE MCyVED; TO THEIR NEW STORE, , ZyZXjY ¦iY*m?i.'zyy.y---r. ¦ THE>^FIBSi; NATIONAL BANK, -;¦ .*'-''• "'- v (Stories New BrfcS^ '"''''! ¦¦ P.-: /. : :-" .:>•¦¦' -' V -•¦; "'¦ •; . : -\- '¦ • '"• ; Where thetf will keep onhfnd the best aMorteiht*^ of Men's and Boys'/Ready-Hade' m§®M!m®» DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, -' HOSIERY, HATS, MILLINERY ' , v.;.- u.y GOODS, &GY-- "-¦/ /; - iof all descriptions and latest fi*jr!ea. '! ° .. ¦ ..', ¦ - ' •...-..;. ?. ¦; • ¦' \, ¦ ... '¦; •.-' ¦-.'.-f '¦ !'« GivB tfk jt cxi.i find we will saVe rotf hokkt.— Terms; cttsb or good paper* Reepec*ful'y, ' ¦ ¦ ¦ "> /': -'^8; PI 14,111 AM & CO., .^!'' NationiL Dnr Goods & Clothing Emphobiuji ' y 'yY^Yy^y y,- /:¦'¦, ¦ •';">•.•.( BLACK AND CGLOBED ALPACA9, newest rtades • -<'-•' 25 cents per yard, '" at S. P, & CO....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

glXLINGS « QTBOUD, • ; ^ ' >."./' . GENERAL¦ .';; -yY/^ i. ' '. • .-•'¦ .-' ..*'¦¦'...> :'A HBE, LIFE AND ACCIDEHT! . » INSURANCE AGENl, ¦' ACo3ti.tarofli<»»3P*-.'': . Capital Represented, $100,000,009! Fire Association of Phil., Capital A Aa«eU, $. 8£0d,«0C In»ttraoctiCo.ofNZA.,PbU., ** •• /o,«0jU0e PennsrlviniaFlre,;PUk, t ° •* i.TOO/flOO Ius.Co.ofPa., Philt,^ ••..?•.. 7UQ.Q0O Lycoming OT Manncy,.Pa. ¦ "•• * M e,000,QU8 Lapcaster ofLapca-tar, .> •• < ¦.-,-•"¦ . «»,«» Hom»lA«'.Co.;«:Y', •• ' " ' fl.OOO^DO National i *f | ";,-,. . ¦¦..?¦: -,:. •»•:.-> «o,Qf« CoinmeretalFire" .'.."' -•? , 450,000 ttarttotdFlre of Hartford Ot. «• : •: »• *,00»,Si Atlas fC.M., 1 r,f\ .V.^'V :p.V '¦ .\M0,|u> Royal Canadikn/oMfontreal, :t , ,v -CanadaJ,;'v'--.v! • -•;.•::.••¦•--'. :**¦ 'tJMJMi Liverpool, London 4k .Globe. ' >'-;¦¦! ; of LlvarooM.Knr;,- '•* ''• ¦ -•• ^90^000.000 P-orldeace waahMgson. jof ¦;• ,•¦'*¦ ,\ ¦.,.>t-;¦»¦ ¦•¦ ProWd...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

TEBASURER'S SALE OP UNSEATed Lands in-Susquehanna County. , Notice is hereby given that, agreeably to the Act of the General Assembly of the. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, directing the mode of selling unseated lands, the lands of which the warrantees or owners or the number? fclven below wlllljeeold at public vendue, at the Court house in Montrose; on Monday, t«>e 12th of June, A. D. 18T6, for arrearages due and the cost accrued on each tract ri'spectfully, unless the same be paid before the dny of iale—sale to commence at ten o'clock a.m. . •'¦ f -j . Aeee$.\ Warrantees. \ .Owners Names* \ Taxes. ABABAT TWP, 156tf: Jonathan /Set- " UIrk 'Nichols »8080 I g-ant, jr.; pt. f , ; . - ¦ . lSC^jJonathan Ser- ¦ . «• " ^80 eeant, jr., pt. { ; 301 Wm Forbes •' " !S880 m Jonathan Ser- 1 f* " trim . geantjrpt . .' 1 ¦¦ |" 51 Leonard Stone- \ '¦ " 880 burner } ; __. 114 Robert Wilson Morse Nichols I 1980 and Alden ; J ; 230 William Semplept d6 do ' 4048 190 Christopher ft win do do .,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

"' ; IVt.A^l.J^XA.Ca-EJBI. HAYiiEN---VAiL—-On TyednOsday evening,/ April 10th,'at tbe resilence of tbe bride's moth- er,MrsJR.C. Vail, New Milford, by the,B«T. jDO.Rbbado Furey, Henry! W.Hayden toMba Vienna ^ ywl, aU of New Milford, Pa. •¦'">•: C^RRT—ALDEN—At B Carey's m Mqntroae,. AprU ist.Dy Rev; W, L. Tnorpe.Charles^Carejr, of Mo^trofle, and Rilla Alden, of Aubarn.'. ; PA^NR—Brown— At the residence of Luther Jaggeri in Moatro%e, April 24tb, !>y Rev. W. L. Thorpe, -Thomas D. Payne, of Leqox, to AdeliaA; BroWn, of MonJr66e. , '\Y\ f? BouN8--rH!AN8EB--Ai Uniondale, April 12, by Rev. J. T, Ellis, FranK Burns and*: Aflna Hansee, all of Herrick; Pai, ; • ,T Stanton—Gleabon—At the house of ^.?eck April 16th, by Rev. D. Wt. Halsted, Edwin I. Stanton, of Abington, Pa.^ to Lucin da O. Glea-«on, of Carbpndale, Pa. ; : '• | 0A8TBRLINE--WRIOHTkR-f At the M. E.'pafsonage dt Tbomsoh, Pa.*, April 2d, by Rev. J.F. Warner; C. R. Castarline ivnd Misa Delphlna G. Wrighter; both o...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

What Breed of Cactlc for Beef, ; __ - . ^JLli^L. , I ii . «a.^,..:«,-*,-,^.^ ;,. y'-.;«^^^ , farm mtXJwwti,, " ¦' ' i I,. -.I -1 .1 What breed of cattle for beef?'is the question often asked and often answered throughout the. various .agricultural, aaaowatidnsof the country. B. Benjiman, Hew York, who (has' his;-own; notions about this important matter, wrote to the American farmers' plub, giving' them to the1 club, irid asked tin ^ frtembers^-8-^greging t6;makehh|irlyifewa'know&; as after all it is only by continual comp»ring of experiments that we get at the trtfth of any, subject. According to Mr; Benjitnan's observation ana experiments short-horn is unsurpassed; for beef purposes, as no other breed matures so young and so. early, No;,other breed attains such size, and, such /weight; ;Ndj bother breed takes on fat and flesh bo rapid ly. '- - A .;: | , When good pasturage'and teed and care are given he thinks its flesh is unexcelled. He believes that with careful...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

The Slaughter of Sheep. ^ I have;been well acquainted with the damage done by dogs to eheep for more than sixty years, lays a correspondent of the Maine Farmer^ during [which trine I hav» known of ..sevejral hundreds being killed, and not one cent of damage paid that I ever heard ofj In my native town I well recollect several oases in point, two of which I will mention. A. near neighbor of mine, early one morning found two dogs killing- his eheep. He seized his gun shot one, and followed the other home.— I think they "killed "thirty-four sheep.— He told the" owner of the dog that he caught him killing his sheep, caught him in the very act; but he replied that he knew his dog never touched a sheep-Ait dust have been the other dbg, for bis could not be set on to sheepv ''Why," said he, "attempt to set him on, and he will drop his tail, run into the house anU!under the -bed." Although he jkuew the young man who 'lost the sheep to be a woitby .citizen, of strict veracity, and co...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

?3^ft» J+'R'.^'t''^^.* —¦£'¦¦-*¦ * ¦ .'*;-'¦ !'•---¦ ; -" -'''¦ '-" ' "'* '*" " ' '-'•¦¦ '¦¦ >' ¦'¦¦->'¦.*•¦*¦'¦'¦•¦¦'< Raising tiraln and Making Beef and .:;•:! ;¦;! ¦.' / 'Pork. ''¦ ¦¦•¦. ¦ --• ¦ «-• ' If a farmer ia a judicions manager and has* cbrrect ubderstarJdihg of all'; the details incident to \ raising coarse grain, Maintaining the fertility of his l^rid,!and making be^f, mutton,: and pork, he can maketmore money by haying hie grain consumed at -home and changed into meat than cab bo made ny selling it In. a practical point of view/this is nothing more than what farmers on the Western prairies are in the! habit of doing every year, ^hen their corn is abundarit and cheap instead of paying the railroad companies two bushels to convey One to market, they turn it in to pork, and this condensed form ship it all over the Union at a profit. Farmers in Europe, can; buy wheat cheaper and better than they can grow it, while they can raise the best)beef and...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

'«*>-» Farming: Slast be Learned. . Farming, like any other business must be learned. The new beginner although he may have been brought up on a farm -—accustomed to ' ¦ ¦ swinging the scythe, handling the plovf and taking care of stock---may know but little of the principles and rules to ?be applied to making farming profitable. It is not necessary to follow the business for forty!years to fcarn how to make it profitable, and yet there are persons who-have followed it longer than that living on a good farm given them by a father or some one else and although they work hard are scarcely able to make a living—they seeming to know so little about the business that they cannot give .any other, reason why th*y practice this or that method of farming Only, as they say "the old man," meaning their fathers farmed in that way. Such persons do not understand the great change that has taken place in soils during the last fifty years, and adopt the samt* method of farming on a col...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

Business Cards. .. /:... j.i' R.i'BLliiN. E; ^ITOHEIiL, IPHYi r--',. etcian and Surgeon,: graduate of tbe Woman b Medl<jal College o{ tUe; Ni. Y.l Ioflrmary, tlt^n resident physician for a year in the Woman'* Hospital, in; N. Y..: after four jean.' practice in Fod dn Lac. Wisconsin, *a*' 166aterf lij Montrose. Special attention given to diseases of women and children. 'OfBce at the foot of Main Street, in- the old David Post homestead... •¦'-, .::¦•..,i;S -'."-' "- -:'--;f';'-' Montrose. Dec.15,1876.-| 8m*ii50 !- •¦ H0. BALDWIN, M;D.,MHPM(E • pathic Phyeicianj und Surgeon, has located himself at Mon'rose, where he will attend promptly to all profetwional buftiness;' entrnstdd to his care.-EW^Ofllc. ' in Carmalt'8 building, second Uoor, front. BoaKI* at Mr. B. Baldwin's. Montrose, Pa., March 1011875. DU. W. W. SMITH, DENTIST.-Rooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey's, on Old Ponndrjr street, where he would be nappy, to see all those in want of Dental W ork. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

-¦ " -•-.' " ' .i- ¦¦ • ' . i ' ¦ ¦ '! .ii.,-,-,-; ¦ >-,>./: ui^mka^^Oea dSiY i*?H"-%y X'^Z&MT&^fa^^ WISHES , XJ«,. ,tq inform the pe.ople.of, Montrose and jVlclnlty, that be in permnneutly located,1n the second story ol s. Vr Stamp's ncyv bnllding;|opp^te Cooper?s BankiwAJl kinds'orDeutal Work done intthe best manner. : ' N.iB;Ulilitron» Oxide,,Laughing«a«e, giveii tnt'lbi painless extraction of teeth..-: . ,-;.,-.-• --'•=«.,. ;¦-' '¦ Moritiose, Aptil 5tb; 1876;-tf "• ". .'r / .: WM,iA. GROS^MONy ATTORNEY *»•¦ ^ i. ** L&w. . Office wee, the First National Bank, Montrose, Pa. W. A. Crossm^h.: . Montrose, Apnll9;:187»:-^tf." -si ' ¦'. ¦.' ' ¦ ' ; ¦¦ !;!'!"; \;-v.b^b|%;^p;!;;:,;;;.,J!;;;;.; ¦ BANl^M wi e, mm i m MONTROSE, PA. ' , . r K I' GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DQNE CbLLECTIONS ~ MADE ON ALL POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR AS HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC AND~ FOREIGN EX-; ¦.-'¦ CHANGE FOR SALE : UNITED STATEsTOTHER BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. COUPONS A...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

tnttfoceir^tiTii, ^LA^l0ft,:MlLL. "'¦ >i ¦ i . . ......'' '!,!• ¦ - > ¦ ;-:.,-:./¦ ;,l;,t.;;- • -, ;;AOTP.:;- ./; ¦ : LUMBER YARD' ...-¦¦-¦'. ¦ -. „ -•;.-.:'¦ . --I . -. ... -'> ...¦-••. ^m^v^xiF^^: HBART OF TOWN where will be kept consUntly ^ on hand. A f„U tto« „ WHITE MD YELLOW PINE BPMin^ OAK, ASH, MAPLE il& BLACK 05, WALUUT LUMBER ^ to meet the wants of Customers. * t0*n'r >h»Pe ""^SC^iS®:aa^sftsok LATH CONSTANTLY ON^HANl£ c-o^^et^S' MonMl^. «d Scrou ^,^ • 0 ¦ '".. WAGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH MAlVUrACTOBY SStrin8yoDrorte"el»^^^ « . ¦ " A* liATHROP Montrose. Septembei 29th, 1875 " J^EW ARRANGEMENT 1 I n. bullard", proprietor. •;- rKUNrON.bnuttt it Apothecary. PATEWT flBDIOIlffE EttPORIUfi .¦>e|eon £^ to »il ratwjTtaitf viHeSdrMlrchanHni^* *.W-f extea«*TvWon.wd H.rtw»re'line^i*ein tbe Qroce"- *+ fSWcate3?«« the public thev wlllflnrt t» »^ .1 ,lm," ,f be «"> ««w« | nebVforepSr7h«inJeJlw^ this section of the conntv h« »«...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

Kindness to Cattle. A neighbor recently remarked tome, jjl^phaw frf&cblty of ^ara^i^wg' I leplied that if. vae a raistatce. 1 simp. ly study their |natare" and7,ad»jjt niygeif to that naturi*:;VMK''ap'pi^bv icg!!:|ipme (whether they are yoke 6r not,) tbongh I may-come with a rod, yet I aWays come with love. If I am m a hurry and jLsJ$erja#r.*n& pa%.il wjW never give Mm a kick of a thrust, with a jell. 'fGet out of my .wJay^'* but instead I allow him the path, while I pass quietly by, gently rubbiug him with the hand as I pass. TheprefiBure o|tbe hand on the!-animal has a powerful' influence in training him and! had. rather Engage to bring two yoke of steers to a stage of "good working discipline than tame one pair that Bad been taught to feat .the presence of man.**;'' •..•;•"..!. .Y'i '...!":-.-"v"^' . ! ^ :. I; Keep tea in a clo«e chest or canister.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

Cleansing the Scalp./ ;" A teaspoonful of powdered borax, and a table^ddnful ]bjt>epirita of harts* born, dissolved in a^qirart of soft water, and applied to the bead with a soitsponge arid then rubbed ! dry with a towel is an excel fen tj£a£b for c^ansihg the scalp Once a week is often enough to use U. M there is any yitalHy left in the hair follicles or roots, the following is said'to rbeva very eitc^Uebt wash for restoring the hair: Scai.tJ black tea two ounces, with a gallon of boiling water; then strain and add three ounces of glycerine half an ounce of tincture of ^antharides aud on<» quart pf bay rum. This may be ^perfumed to ault.ibe* taste and should; be well rubbed, into the roots of the hair, after a warm glow has been produced up on the scalp by the brash. The following ib a very good pomatum : One pou hd %f castor oil, atid fcur ounces of white wax, are melted together, and stir in, cooling two arid a half drachms of oil of lavender, and ten^ or twel...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

.,-. -:ijnr-. mmimM-toUUfoT^vv . .¦ ¦ :-»¦> i Vil»iiiiI".IU'h I \ 'A \.¥ ~.f >.l by sTo;iBw^w£ci«^-ri -,<H Written while an artillery officer in Mexico .. ? -v.- v:: -,.;.; v...,:,-*' :.':<!¦! ¦.' i-.i'.i'-.cTp-; The tattoo; beats, the lights'[are gon^,, "' 'Hie camp around tn slumber lies; \ The night with solemn pace moves on--:-ThO.sliadows tblckfefa o*eri.the >.ki^|, But slfeeR my'weary••'eyw'liatjji-Sown; 1 And sad uneasy thoughts arise. J think of thee/O deaVeat oiief' \',::'T''""¦'' Whose love my early lite hath blest, Gf thee—of hida-fOui" baby otie, -v*"" Whoslninbersp%thj gentle breasi God oi the tender, frail and lone, ' Ob, guard the tender sleepeir's rest. And hover gently, hover near, To her whose watchful eye is wet, To mother, wtfe~tbe doubly de8,r~ In uhpseyounc lieartjiaye freshly met Two streams ot love, sojleep^and clear,. ^:,#?^^^a^l»jaw^q^d ' Now while she kneels before tliy throne' _ , Oh! teach her, Ruler of!the ski»...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

D0HYf8£:FfR8T^lPRHr- ,-¦,;-.¦• tt^iftTT,;: U-^ . 5 BY ELIZABETH BIGELOW. DOLLY was dusting.the, jirawjn^om, with heenjeftyUolfi hakiu^kediaway under a jaunty little sweeping cap, and, ter 8tu*ll h«»«'8Jienbase'd'1iir' v*ry *big^6i*d gloves to protect (them fioiB; the dust.— She had opened the window to lei the fresh morning air, in," ajad- Was Jeaning ont to enjoy it1, wben her cousin Bob Tan down the «£££$»%!» My t6%clro6f;—Jane was washing the steps, and. as he came down sbe; looked iin at the basement window where the cook was standing, and they both tittered, i Rob looked' at D,/JIy with a very red and angry face,. aud shook his fisi at1 her threateningly.? • "Dully Sauford, you'll get'your pay for that yet; yon-had; better believe ii$ be said, hotly. I Dolly only laughed ; she was not at all frightened by Rob's tbreatis, and then just at that moment Murk Vanderhuyten passed by, and drove [it all ont of her mind. For she was a little dismayed for an«i:istant, that he sho...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

Advice v*. Cash. * ' ¦ . 1 ' . _ . " - ( - ~~ *4—— ,. ¦ ¦ » . •_ - i( . ..The other morning when a rawboned stranger "was pacing np Broadway he was accosted by a chronic old beggar who, whined out : - * V"I have been siiik for twenty-two • years,!",:--' ';¦•'-';• -¦ '¦• ¦' ¦ ; , .•• Woosh ! but that's tough l" replied ..." the strai<ger; as.hepaine toa halt ? What, seems to be tne leading complaint ?" "Fever sbre, sir," /; "/)'' "Fever sore! Why. you?ve just strnokt) my fiiuily. My.late- -Wife had fever sore > lor eleven straight vears." . * "And I want a'little moDey to buj medic!ne,".yaid the! beggar. \ : 1 fN6 use in docton^ff," replied the' stranger: 'We doctored Sarah Ann and J doctored and doctored, and we just thren money away. I spent .over 13,000 trying to cure that fever-sore, and she died on' me just at Harvest time ; when I was in the worst moss in the worlds "Only five cents, sir," urged the beg gar. •,/• .:¦••; -... • ... , •'Five iCents is nothin...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

f HE jpE^QOBA^ PCBLISBBD BVIBT W»DNB6DATr HOBHIXO, At Montrosb, SUB*'* Co., Pa., bt KAWLBY* aUTTSMl JtDITORS &, PBOPRIETOES.V At two Dollars pet Yrttr ia Advance. TO ADVERTISERS .—Tot »**°™$* M„nad"u Mains medium ia unsurpassed in this section. ,It mcfieiffaeParmer,Mechanic.andbuslneM> man. iu SrcuUtloa la constantly increasing; and its advertising SSsreaMMble" Kates will be given at our office or kymaU, JOB PRINTING :-Onf office Is anppl^^Itb fomr orfotinir Dreases,togetber with * large variety of type, So7de^ fancy inksf etc., with which we are prepared to do work in the bett ttyU and at prices, lower than any competitors in any section. HampKa1 »JWwn and estimated cheerfully given at pur office. Work ordered by mail will receive prompt attention. \ f. B. HAWLBY. -I • W. C. CBTJSER.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

It may turn out after all that Mr. Blaine's plan of investigating himself was as wise as; it was >afe. j His statement before the house was very clear and ap* parently explicit, but in some quarters there is still incred ulity. Ex Representative James F. Wilsoji, of Iowa a gen'tleman whose word ¦*#! go as far as Mr. Blaine's in'any. parfi of the country, and a man who stands as jjigh in the regard of his party as Mr. Blaine, states that he ascertained by an ekainination pf'the dooks oi the Union Pacific railroad and by inquiry that Col. Scott when president of the company gave his note for $64-000 to Morton, Bliss & Co., indorsed by the Upion Pacific company. . instead of paying the note when it became^ doe, OoL Scott turned over to the Union Pacific company $75,000 ojf Little Rock and Fort Smith bonds and the company paid the note. Mr. Wilson aa^s he heard that jfche lO^OOO bad been paid to Mr. Blaine, and on inquiring of him Mr. Blaine said that the Little Rock ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

Day by dry as the house committees of investigation at Washington advance their knowledge of the ins. and puts of republican administration there are new evidences of trepidation in the ranks,of tbt opposition. The power of the courts has been invoked to shield unwilling or stubborn witnesses. The records of the departments are: withheld by expcutive order. Mr. Clapp, the government printer, who admits that, he has squandered and misappropriated the public money, has invented a ixevr device for protecting himself: from further annoyances. He has informed the house committee who have been examining his accounts that he is an officer of the senate and that the house has no jurisdiction over his acts. From Mr. blapp up to 'the President ^ a profound conviictiob has lately obtained that thef lower house of congress, is a body prone to the exercise of dangerous powers and altogether too inquisitive about matters connected with the disbursement of public money. The impeachment of Mr. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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