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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

A Nice Game to which the Crrx! Treasurer of Scranton Confe'ssed.—A few Weeks ago J. H. Millspaugh, City Treasurer of Scranton, in formed his attorneys (Henry M. Hoyt anil Henry W., Palmer, esqs., of Wilkesbarre,) that he, as City Treasurer, bad returned to the State $5,000 less than the licenses paid into his offices aggregated. He also stated that,he had some time before been approached by .John A. Waggoner a clerk in the Auditor i General's office when Hartrauft was the incumbent, who informed him how he could en ter .into a profitable speculation; Subsequently Waggoner introduced him to Marshall S. Smith, a clerk in the,State Treasurer's Department, and arrangements were made to fix up" the City Treasurer's return so that the State would be defrauded out of $0,000, which was to be divided among these three persons. Ol this amount $^,500 went to Millspaugh, while Smith and Waggoner received tbe balance. Th*r City Treasurer was advised to make public this transaction and re-1 f...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Business Locals. Centek sial Party.—Yourself and lady are respectlulw invited to attend a dancing party at- the Hfctt-1 of G. W.x Mapes, In Lenox, Susquehann/county, |Pa., on Tuesday, July 4th — Good mfisic in attendance. Bill $2. , II j Geo. W., Mapes, Prop'r. Ler/dx, June 14 1876. . : 24w2 MBVER SAY FAIL asjlong as you can geyJDr. Churchill's Remedies for Croup and Diphtheria. They -will cure every one who feels disposed to give them-a trial.; yM.-A. Lyon is sole agent for Montrose and vicinity. Get a battle and be convinced. June 14,1876pd: - 24w4 | The Russian Court invited Dr. Ayer and his amily to the Archduke's wedding in the Royai ""alace. This distinction was awarded him hot nly beciuse he Was an American, but also beajuse his name as a physician had become favrably known in Russia on its passage round he world.—Puebl<h(CoL) People. | Oi.D|Uewspapefs for sale at this t Office at ten :|nts oer dozen.¦] j iHandbills, for; Auction Sales, t tf., printed fca t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

WEBSTER1S NEW PRICE LIST ' j' '-FOR-¦ V f S L ¦' '¦': ¦ ¦' SPRIWO AMD SITHHER OF 1876. Iiook at the fol owing which speaks for itself. Heavy cottonade paite......i; .$ 15 Mout Wool-mixed psnta.... J..... LSO®!!^ Good iill wool pants .... :; L 3.00@4()() Imporied cafesimere jpants.. J. 4.75®T..0O French Doeskin p.iriln..;. J:J,. ^ 4.75@ 7.50 St«utjworkmgmeirp"suitg.J ti.00^10,00 Fancy,merino cassifaeresuits 7.00@10.50 MerimSilk mixed iuits....i. 8.0C'®t0.00 Harrii capsimere suits .. i. 13.00@I0.50 Knlckjerbocker and plaid suits..-..... 10.00@18.00 Black irock coats..3 ;.!'. ;5.M)(a.8.50 Imported black frocks ...'..J ..... 9.00@13.0O Fine black cloths vests...1. Ji 1.75®. 3.75 White linen vests. J......v..i ,1.0C@3,O0 Boys Suits with kneel; pants, 3 to 9 years. Cotton suits '.U...-...' 1.73® 3.50 Mixedcascimere suits.,.;..LL. 3.50@ 5.50 All wool CAssimere «uit8.i..jj....' ....... 4.50® 7.00 French worsted suits... j.J.. ............. 7.00@ 9.50 B>>y4' suits with Jong p...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

gILLINGS QTROUIV ; "!: ..'..'.'., GENERAL -\V/]y' | PIBE, LIFE AHD IACCIDEHT; IMJBANGE: iGrENT, ;.'f- -:-'.:¦ i. • f -.' -;i , ¦¦ "- -.: •¦-.' ":•'.'• -v " •: 3MCozi.t3roflievE>A. .'- Capital Represented, $100,000,000'. '-!;; " FIRE - \\[ ., ':-,.¦', Fire Association of Phil.. Capitol & Assets, * 3,500,00( Insurance Co. of N. A., Pfiir^- *^ »' 5,000.000 FeUn»ylv.inia|, irei,:l'liil.h ,* 'S ; - ^d4 >{ r slfHOOfiUO Ius;C6.ofPa., Phlla., ,'• '•• 700,000 Lycoming of Manucy, Pa. " " 6,00Q,000 Laiicaster of Lancaster, .- Mi • /¦; : <40O,OOO .sewtb' a of Newton, '"' '" ISO.OiK) HDtaeIn8.Co.,N.Y., hS ?' ^,000,000 National " _u » . •«, v .,.;. '.«.!, . 450,«» Coii-merclal Fire — «* - . »»;•-. t 450,000 Fairfield Fire Ins, Co^Sooth -i: i • ...'*; -'¦j.- Norwalk, Conn.j . "! , . ••.v,.., ,385,000 Atlas "¦-¦ .-:•••:-••'¦ ' »»r ; ••• '-'500,000 Royal Canadian, or Montreal, :. • --'.; , / "! Canada,- . ¦... •'-,- ' " ' . 1.200,0^0 Liverpool, London & Globe,'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

County Baslnesa Directory. Two lines In this Directory, one year, $1.50; each additional line, 60 cents. MONTROSE. WW. HAGHWOUT, Stater. Wholesale and Retail dealer in all kinds of slate roofing, slate paint, etc., Roofs repaired with slate paint to orders ' Also, slatepaint for sale by the gallon01 barrel. Montrose. BILLINGS, STROUD, General,, Fire and Life Insurance Agents, also, sell Railroad and Accidental Tickets to Now York and Philadelphia. Office one door east of Wm. H Cooper &> Co*e bank. ¦'•.-<& WIS. H. BOYD & CO, Dealeis in Stoves, hardware," andManuf cturers of Tin and Sheet-Uon ware, coV ' ; nerof Main and Turnpike street - . - A. N. Bulla'd, Dealer in Groceries, ProvislonsrBookr, Stationery and f/ankee -Notions; at the head of Pub-' lie Avenue. '¦'¦¦¦* - WH, H. COOPER & CO., Bankers. Sell Foreign Pas' sxge Tickets and Drafts on England, Ireland, and Scotland. . ¦ . >' ¦ ' : ; ' WM. L. CuX, Harness maker and deale...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

t iarltiig Flower and t ardeiiSeed's. I Tbe principle causes of failure to make tfeeds germinate i»re, covering tof^deep; iSlowing the surface to become too dry; i r an excess of moisture. As a rule, all | he smaller, varieties of seed should be Covered about twice the depth of their | wn diameter. The seeds of most varie-| iea of flowers being very 8ma.ll, require inore care than vegetable seeds, and it is Always besMo sow m a seed bed* all ex Jept a few varieties tnat do not transplant toll. Plants may be started early in a Hbt-b*d, or in a cold frame the latter part ot April, or very good plants can be grown in shallow boxes placed in a warm sunny window. When none of these conveniences can be had, and after the weather has become warm and sultry p-epare a bed in a sheltered place in the dkrden. Make the soil fine and free i rom lumps and preps i<- down-smooth i nd level with a board. Sow the seeds I binly on the surface^ each variety in a little * square, by itsel...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Selection of Seeds. The impression that care is useful in t|he selection, of seed for* sowing is a very general one; and yet people hardly know what it is they should select. Some like to take early seed, some well matur ed seed, and others seed from certain portions ofj the seed-vessel or stock. Some experiment? made recently at the German experimental station Leipsic, indicate that the size of the seed has more to do with the idea ol an excellent selection than an'y other test, Peas and beans were taken from • packages as genera\jly sown, and the largest and heaviest selected from tbe'rest. An equal number of the: large &nd small ones were then planted as near as good culture would permit, together, and then treated in every respect the same. The result was that in! every instance the plant from the large seed was larger and healtbier, and the1 product considerably more than from the plants raised from the smaller sizes. ''•-:-.- •. How lar this rule will apply' is...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

BuMn6ss Cards. ¦'¦ - .'¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ 1 •!" : ; ' i\R, ellen!e:I mitchell, phy-U Aicianand Sntceon,8™*°?*$„°iJ** XT™ xfpdfriii PoIIppc ot the 'N. ¥• Infirmary, then resi-^ntSvaicial foravearin the Woman's'Hospital In NeU yP nfier four yeW'practice- in F6n\dn Lac. Wisfonltoi has loSlin afontroae Special attenUon Xt^Tn/n itUABKL-8 of women and chudren. pmceat fnrroo?oil Ks4tr?tttheoid David Post home-Montrose. Dec. 16, jl816>-8m»n5Q - • ¦ . . TTD. BALDWIN, M. D., HOMCE ^ XX* oathic Physician and Surgeon, hae located hTmeeif a^Monffl* where he will attend prompt y to all^rofewlonal business entrusted to Ws ^ care.-Hf^omceln carmalt's building, second floor, front. Boardfe at Mr. B.Baldwin's.' Montrose, Pa.. MarchlO, 1875. - ' ' DR. W. Wl SMITH, DENTIST.--iRooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr Haliav'B on Old Foundry street, where he would be Kft^eaTthTse Infant of Deng -J ort:. to feelicbhndentthatne can pleiseall, both In *™>"y<» work and tn pricc.|0fflce ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

' Transplintlns Trees. The people of the United States spend annually I millions of dollars for, trees. finally onle-half of the tress planted annually arc lost inside of two years.. If a tree is carefully-dag, with plenty of fine," fibre roots safely packed (if they are to be shipped any distance), and carefully shield from the sun and wind ; aft^r it is removed from the box or package the toots dipped in a sort of paste made of soil and water, and if the ground is not in condition for immediate planting, "heeled,!' with care so that the soil comes in contact, with the roots take my word for it not one tree in. fifty will "die. Nothing is so conducive to the growth of the tree and protecting ii from the drouth as muichiog. Half rotten manure, leaves, sawdust, or something similar, may lie used, and should be at least six inches deep. A,tree thus* planted will stand almost any amount of drouth. _- Immersing a growing plant in water; of one hundred and twenty degrees willj cl...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

!-•' Basinees Cards. f S. POTTER/DENTIST, WISHES X/« to inform the people of Montrose and Vicinity, ttaUe IS permanentl/lbcated, in the "corid sto« olfr P. Sump'* new building; opp^slte^P^S' U4iVd« of Dental Work done in the best manner. HN. B?-Ni&on8 Oiide, Laughing Qaes, given for the painless extraction of teeth. ; P Montvose, April6tbj 1876.-tf ; - '.¦¦ -- ¦¦¦ 1^ BACON, WILL HEREAFTER Ll/ •*' furnish the citizens of Montrose and Vicinity. wlAtotSSSl&i'Biitcilt, Rolls Pies C^kesand Cookies,Tarts, AcVAc., &c ! Parties •*< V^»g np«»,r&y %^^^^^^ !8 Mo^^M^a^87r rma-' ; B. BACON^ XTEW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP LtN All Mndsof machinery made, or furnished to or ^er. Repairing promptly a^ded^.- ^.^. i NewMIlfsrd.MaTl7,lS76.T1y, WM. A. CROSSMON, ATTpRNEY at Law. Office over the First Nation Bank, MontroBe,Pa. 1. W. A. GMtBxra. ! Montrose. April 1fl; 1876.—tf. S PIL1MAN & CO., FIRST NA-1 • tional Bank Building, \ Montrose, Pa., Dealers in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

j Hlscellaiieoiis. \-": :-y' .'*£ONTnaosE jpANINGr MILL i: ':•,' -;.amd- '-, LUMBER Y^RD! [ In order to better accommodate the coromnnltv tk. Undersigned has established a depot for the muwt Lumber Manufactured at hit iiewly-erecttd buIMin.T™. the'.Old Keelcr tannery Site, In the ""owgon i ' . ,* r. -. - ¦' . - ¦ f y ' . ; i ¦ - '• ¦ - MART OF TOWN ' I jwnere will be kept constantly on hand. A full stock o( \ WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK ' WALNUT LUMBER, ! • • i - . which.with the aid of the most improved machlney acd competent workmen. Is prepared to work into anj ?w, to meet the wants of Costomers. v WELL SEASONED LUMBER, INCL*JB1NG SIDING FLOORING. CEILING. SHINGLE AND ^ LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Planing, Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Bawi&r lone to order. ' j WAGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH, 1 ¦' "'- ¦ ••,' ¦'' '. MANUTACTOAT j .;' - • •.-..'.' :t iin connection wit a the above establishment, under the 'management of Mr. E. H. Rogers. -...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Poisons In Agrlcniiure. r . ¦¦'•¦"•' . - \ . V i - i • -, mm^^^m • ' "* ..''..,'"' ' l * Dr. R. Or Kedzie, pr^fejBsor of cbemistry in the Michigau agricultural col-Wge,haa furnished a valuable paper to tbe transaction^ of the board df health ot that state, on tbe use of poisons in agriculture and more particular on the efl(ect of Paris green. He states that there are tbree^lorms in which arsenic is tised, namely, vlhite arsenic, araenate of soda and Paris green. Thejflrst has been used to destroy weeds in garden walks, .hot D|r. K, regards thjs practice as "dangerous, as there is nolb^ng in its appearance to distinguish it, from some other Bubatancee used as articles of food and its use is liable to fatal mistakes. Arsenate of eoda is still Vrse ; as its appearance and flavor are not unlike common salt, and an uneuspicious housewife might use it tor flavoring dishes, and destroy a whole family, if it \«|ere brought into the house. Paris green is very widely used for destro...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

i HUNDRED YEARS FROM NQW. BY MRS. MAHY A. FORD. ("irkA.") j{ i —? « , It Tbefiurcing sea ot human life forever olward rolls, ' 'i '¦ ' Ji ' «i,id bears to life eternal shore its daily u|eight Though bravely Bails- our bark to-day, pale death siis at the prow, ¦'•..'. And few shall know, we ever lived a liu dred years I'rJin now* 0 tuiglny human brotherhood 1 why fi \ rcely war aud strive, tfhile God's great world has ample spi i :e for every thing aliM^ r;' Broad fields, uucultiired.; and unclainit (, are wailing ibr the p^tiw -^ , (jl progress that altall make them biona a! liuudred years froui now I ' I I Tjlfby prize so much the world's applause ' Why oreaU so jriuch its blame ? v X fleeting echo is its'voice of censure or of fame ; u. ' >, the praise that thrills the heart, the sco m that, j dyes with sham! the brow, , y Will be as 'loug forgotten dreams a ba.ndred years lroni now. Opauent hearts, that irieekly .bear yom weary load ot wroug! I ' *Q earnest hearts, t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

NjOT a knigkerbocke WllE DINNER had reached thldl point I at winch it is considered incumbent upon the ladies to retire. Little Mrs. George Vanderburj:b^sple te\ rt-«?ntative of her sex at th< table, Foots doubtiful across to her h sband, atxl obedient to the glance of a proval she se«s iu his eves rises to depart, Jack lUymond, their guest, who complies the small party of three also starts to his ktt, anticipating the ponderous movewAits of the venerable'rfamily utainer, and flings wide open the heavy i nahogauv doors through which the little lady must make her way into the hal i Mrs. Geurge smiles at him; then blushes as iitr ¦sruali feet entangle themselvti in her train, and finally passes through le lofty arch, dragging foaming billows )f Val-H-ciennes lace and azure silk in h = rlwake. Mr. Raymond "gazed'after her with a stare of admiration for which h; would never forgive himself if it had fi len upwiIib hostess5 fair face, insteac of hei Wk hair. " "-' * ' •J...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

JUDITH'S TjEMPTATIOX HOW brghf and che-rful the kitchen of the old Stedhurst farm house lookr ed to Judith Black n on the dreary September evening she came/there to live.— How merrily the fire flickered on thowalls with red fantastic,reflections. How the tins sparkled against the,'wall, and what a song of welcome the teakettle pang upon the hearth. And Mrs. Stedhurst's geraniums in the; windov, with their great; velvet leaves and spikes of vivid scarlet blossoms—to Judith they seemed fairer than any conservatory, crowded full of fan palms and camelias, and trail ing jessamine. ., Judith Black had been very poor. She had been a dressmaker's ! assistant, but times were hardi and MK.Needleham bad idischarged two-thirds of her force. Judith has striven to get Work, but situations were few. and, applican ts many, and the cup of starvation had been perilously Close to her lips when she crept into the intelligeuee office where Edmund Stedhurst saw her and engaged her to help his mo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

| T )HE gEMOCRl.. P0BU8HKH Evkut WedSjxsbat M* ilmino. at Montbobe, SCS(J> Co., Pa., ijr kca."WXiE"st «SB...o^!r:ilsBaa BDITORS & PROPRIETORS At two Dollars per Year in Ad* i ace. TO ADVERTISERS:—Thk Democrac ft i an advertising medium is unsurpassed in this Section, it reaches We Tanner, Mechanic, and bnstndtirmgn.. Its circulation is constantly increasing, and/ili advertising trates reasonable. Rates will be given ajjour office or by mall. i/7 JOB PRINTING:—Cur office ie, supplied with four nriutihtepresseB'.tdgether with i large variety of type, . borders, iWy inks, etc., with which vl 4 are prepared to do work in the best style and at pri ss lower than iny competitors in any section. Samp « shown and estimates cheerfully given at onr office. Work ordered by mail will receive prompt attention B. B. HAWLEY. - - W.. !. ORUSER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

Advertisements New This Wjeek. i ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF J\. I •¦'(¦ • Personal, Property. The undersigned administrator oir the estate of Ephriam McNamarra. late of the township of Lenox. dec'd, will expose at. public sale ion tbejpremisesof the decedent in said township, on; ! )'.- , Thursday, Jane 20^ 1876, atl o'clock, p. m., all theipersonal; property of said decedent, consisting of two Cows. ;qne Heifer, farming utensils, Household Goods, and a variety of art clestoo numerous to mention. \ ''¦ ••' j . TERMS:—All sums under *5,|cash; over $5, six mouths credit with interest and appioved security. ¦ ! LEWIS ;McNAMARRA, June 21, 187G.-lw' j . ;!j Administrator, FINANCIAL ISTATjEMENT OE J? the School Directors in account with Forest Lake district. -;'' \: ' i; j ''•'.' ' j |1 ' Da.' .'.#'"' Balance on hand from lait year...L L-:..$ 250 9D State appropriation.....i .'.J.. 24984 Collector's duplicate....'. ,'j.l... 96840 Cattle at targe..1-,-.....; *{-.;«. <j«{ Accumulati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

HIS NAME IS HA1 fS. Yes, his name is General Rutherford B. Hayes, and be is from Oh >. He "belongs "to Grant, Cameron, Moi on, Oonkr liug and Co: by right of di^ivery, and has undoubtedly promised to le bounded by them in his cabinet mini:try as the price of their support to secuih the nomination. To be 'more explicl, General Rutherford B. Haves, of 6hio, was nom inated by the administratioil -party at C'inciniia'ti on Friday last, M' the office of President of these TJuitea States,— The nervous "system"oMhe h|hest portion of the body politic has ,b|en on the ruck several weeks previous to he assembling of the administration V machine" in party conualve at Cinciunaii, to see it "any thing good can come ot i of Nazareth" and thf prostration wh'ish follows when they behold that ""the mountain has labored and brought fortia mouse"1 and a Grant administration "mouse" at that, is threatening in the exti < the. The people have been told, and | tl ose of the Republica...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

MEW CHURCH MUSIC BOOK! The Salutation! Sc^ife This book, the flrei by Mr. Emerson alone Mn<.».£f iwueof hl» popohr 'Choral Tribute," ehmw?!h! marks of his nuexcolled talent tn providing for Ski tastes and wants of the Singing Public. Veh« here a line Singing School Course, a capital cullectinn of easy Glees and part Songs for practice, and alar»« number of new Metrical Tunes, Chants, Motet* «S, tenccs, Anthems, etc.. providing fre»hnefi> and vatlpt» ' in every p»rt. Price for single copy £1.88, for which ft will be mailed, postj-free to anvaddJc-Is. rwn'«hit A decided pretty and liweet Sabbath School «?««,, Book, la OrOOd Hews. It tie..! first tught. Specimen copias mailed, post free, for 35 cents . ^TIu Press: and will be ready in time for the P*n Trade, the, following timely books: [THK AMERICAN CHORUS BOOK, (ea^y elees ™a 4 part songs for Societies); also, THE EN o«E 7?,, Singini; Classes arid Convctloue), by L. O.Kmer*onalso. The. Oratorio of JOSHUA, by Handet; a...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 21 June 1876

Hayes and' Wlieelc f. It is not possible altogether ;6 conceal tlif chagrin fell by the radical, press at the defeat of every conspicuot s or hdliortd' representative of the 1 lepubliean party at Cincinnati. ..The iPi iladt-lphia Press breaks out in double, ^ded: agon y nsfollows : ivHa^ ^laiue eeii nouiinatecl Pennsylvaiiia. ivould./J aye 'rung with' gratt.ful responses. ; ^* t j8; even the rejected , name of Gbveril jr Hayes failed at first to awaken even til slio-h-teel enthusiasm; and while our irople last i.jght rennet to th- ir beds art jnVd.with hitn, th>-y were' thorbnghly-jioavinced that the} had been deprived b their fa voiiteby the, lowest arte off (outriving politicians." . .. The result of yeeteic&yYact on by the Cincinnati convention disapp linied'"almost everybody..- After the in x>s which bad been inspired by the pre ions balloti'ngs, in which the favorite candidate • had held his own- against the desperate 1-ff.irts- to divide his t'ojr...

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