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

Cutting itmbcr. If oak, hickory\ or chestriut timber be felkfd?in AugH8t,|in; the second runnibg \of the sap, ^ng^ barkei gui\e a large tree will season perfectly and ey ^ eh the twigs will remain sound for. four years; whereas that cut in winter and remaining tili next fall (as thick as' your wrist) will be completely sap-rotten, .and Will ^ be &hoo,st unfit%rany:^purpo'3e.''jPlie ;bbdy ofjtne oak spfit in4o;iraiis will nog lMti more than 10 or-l^^eOTS.;^.h'.e8tntit will last longer, but no comparison; to that cut in August. Hickoiv cut in the 8th month is not subject to be wormeaten, and will last a long time for^fencing. When I began, farmingy in^ 180^, it was. the practice" to cut timberr foj1;post' fenicing iii the winter. White oak poastsjana blaclc oak rails cut at that time 1 found did not last more than 10 or 12 years. lb 1808 I began cutting fence timber in the 8th njopih. Many, of the oak rails cut that year are yet* sound, as well as most of those formed ...

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

^ Dfendlnff Rakbcr Boots. \» ^y U "-:-'..' ¦¦'•' ' v The CJirislian Weekly gives the follow* ing receipt.for mendibg holes and crack? in rubberhools:. >-;' i '. . s Cut virgin of dative India rbbher with a wet knife, into the) thinnest possible slices ahd with shears divide these into threads as fine as yarn. Puta small quantity of, the shreds (say one-tenth or less of thejcapacity of the bottle) into a wiae mouthed bottle, and $11: it three-quarters full of benzibe of? good quality perfectly free from oil. The rubber wfnjsweH up almost immediately, knid in a few davs, especially if often shaken, assumes the consistency of honey. ^If it inclines to reraai n in, und issoived; masses/ raor* ben - zme must be added; ftut if too thin and v/atery, it needs more rubber.; A piece of solid rubber «the size of a walnut will make a pint of the rjement,- This cement dries in a lew minbies and by nsing three coats in the usual manner, Will ur.ite leather straps, patches* rubber sol...

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

Busiuesfr^WP* ¦ D R/EtIiBKE;MITi3aBLTi; PHYsiciaii and Surgeon, gridaateof ttois Woman's Medical College or the K. Y. Inflrraary, theii re»ldent, physician for a>e;irin the Woman's' -Hospital iri-N. Y.: after rouryearb'' practice in Fon du Lac. Wiaconein, ha* located in. Montrose. -Special attention given to diseases' of wonleri arid children. Office at the foot of Main Street, in the old David Pout homestead. ..'"" -'. Montrose,Dec. 15,X875.-;8iu»n50' . :-{¦• ' :-:i-.-'->¦' HD. BALDWIN M. b^/hOMCB; • pathic Physician, ha» located Mmaelf at Montrose, where he will attend promptly toallproreittlonal business entrusted to his care. p^Omtie in Carmalt' a building, second floor, front. Boards at Mr. B. Baldwin's.,. ., - .:.,-.., .-¦¦.¦•,' . J. ¦,< - : Montrose, Pa., March 10, IST5. L' D R. W. W. SMITH/DENTISTS Rooms at hl8<lwelling,:next doornorth of Dr. Halsey's, qp Old Foundry street, where ho would be happy to see all those In want of Dental Work, He fee...

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

•'' 1 r Banking, &c, * ^'avo::\f-: ^BiANKING .;HO¥SE "-1 /»¦-¦•-! |.«- •-• y-:-br>': ¦'' ' ir'y .y\- ¦ ", wlB,ioiitii; :."J''.','! MOWROSEyy^^'liX/ GBNESRAL BACKING BUSINESS d|c|NE: COLEECTfONS ^ MADEi ok Aihili POINTS AND PROMPTLY^ ACCOUN ! Tf D FOR A»S HERETOFORE. ; DOMESTIC ANdT! FOREIGN 1 EX^ Hi CHAN GE FOR SALE:: I UNITED STATES & OTHER BONDS * | BOUGHT AND SOLD.VU;, Cddl^oks AND CITY AND CQUNTY B^ANK CHECKS CASHED AS . Xi' i/.y. ¦"¦•¦? .^HAL-v^r =: ...ii:-' OC^AN STEAMER^ASSA&TiCKl ETS TO Al^D FROM EtjROPE. . INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIAL TIMEDEPOSITS, AS PER AGREEMENT WHEN THE DEPOS-. ;=„ ¦ .,..^IT;.lS-:MAJ>E.:.::.-,;;i;.;v,-.;':, It the fhture, asin^ the past, we sbah endeavor to triinsact aj\ money bps'iness to the satisfaction of bar patrons and c'oirfiispbnQcpts, . : ;j X-^Wr^.v®9&^>&}W*^ ' ¦¦ Montrose,March 10 '75.~t£.., , Bankers. Authorized Capital, - • $500,000 00 Pr|$eiit Capital, • -r iOOjOOO 00, iiT^i...

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

mebmsneousr ¦ .— .. . . .nil., i..ii ¦'.•¦ i—. '¦ ' '¦'/¦•; ¦ ;^'AtfONrTRpSa^:' ' ^ANIJ^: gMILL;' ¦ ¦ '//-.¦. /X'.X'.; /xisi p/:/'. :\X-. ...'- -./ .' ¦/;-:tM M be'R:; VYAR-0"; i\:;':--.;-'. In order to.bejteraccommodatft the community, the undersigned hai established a depot for the sale of Lnmher Manofarej at h)i uowty-erected building on tbe Old KeeJcr tainery 8tto, In the ^ X hjkarx; of 5cpw?i • wherewWbokept«>ne»nt^on ii*n.d. Afoli«tock<rf white and yelipw pine, hemlock, oak, ash, malle and black Walnut lumber, whlch,wlth the aid of the mostlmproved machlneyan* competent workmen, is preparole work Into any fhape to meet the wants of Customers r; . "''';"' '" WELL SEASONED LTjIbkH, ItctTOlKd StDCfG. FLOORING, CEILING^ 811NGLB AND ' LATH CONSTAN'IXY. 0\i;UAND. Planing, Matching, Mouldings, ani Scroll Bawinz cone to order, iMc^ MANUFACTORY, in connection wiln the above establishment, nnderthc managemtnt of Mr. E- H. Rogers. Examine onr work before leaving your orde...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

-*%:¦; ;.i ;¦> J/.-ji^ut. -- ,<. n-.-M - U.-IU.J..-.J TUE PRINTER'S HOHEMI.IX DEN. ;; , Iti the seiiiiPris When* the funds are low.' Subscribers so provoking,slow, ¦- i • ,r ¦ _>. ;:.: A few supplies keep up the flow' '' »). •'£ Of dimes tic^ttrtingrH^icily.': ; ! ; But we shall see a sadd'eY jjfiglit, .; ' '' 'l \" . When dunappurIn from ritorri till night, : Oomnifti^diug every sixpence bright,, v> •_' y ' ¦¦'''•' Trf.be forked over speedily.' '¦;"'' ' l Ou^bonds anduuebills are arrayed,'* \u ' ., EacU^ealandisignatutedispiayetl:!; -.1 < :<' The holders vow they must.be paid,.,;.. ' -' ¦¦¦' !:WithihreateoflaWarid'chaudej'y/' 1. Then to ddsp^dir we're almost driven, - . jThereki precious'little use of Hvirigv'>*^ ¦ W he» our last copper 'a rudely riven,;,.-' ¦ ;.' , -• ' From'hkuds that hold it lovingly. . ' But larger yet uiese duns shall grow, ii; ,\Vheaf interest's Hdded on belowT•" '' o 1(ii ,.I4e,ogU>eningp^i)&l...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

: :T0^»HieHT| JRAIN^ BtTT Uncle Royal* I am certain he will reform^ saiTOerb LeWk |"fie; has promised me." s ¦ Uncle Royal looked down with a'soft of mild snblinie pity, fro1 ai the height of hiseix fecrt two, upon his pretty niece, as he stroked her itlky hair softly. "Mypopr Herq,^ he said, '**what is the word of adfunkard worth ?" ^'Oh,i unclei; don?t tiss that cruel word. Don't call himi a: drunkard," cried the girl, shrinkiug back as it, ifom a :blQw., ¦ "I hardly know wha^ otheii. word.is applicable!to him, HerpV^ No,he Will never reform. And, child, I'd rathejp see: you in your grave than married to a man ithat drinks." '..v.;;- -. ¦ :,-]¦¦¦•' .C-r::r/^ uJ£e has promised," pleaded the. gitl, her eyes shining, like blue, wistful" gtars, "Uncle, ought:T-iiof to' give' bird ahbtTher trial.?? ¦:::;:vS,<jh ft!,,!, |,.: - i;i ¦, /-iU.^Oi . Heshookihisihejad;;)- |j,;; ; •--.-.•«; v-J "My coinmon se^3e,;H4fP'^a y6 no." ,r '*I hate common sense!' flashed -put; Hero, "Peop...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

; A Night of Alarm. MY sister Julia was very cpuragepns.— ;lh our youth the country was Wilder thani now ; but-it. might' ber ; said; 6t her that she was,not brought^iipin thewbods to be scaredbyaopwL-She would traverse the most unfreqnent(ai\ paths, wondering at my timidity. \ b There was nothing maecnlihei however, in Julia's-appearanpe,: *hei was simply a sweet joyous child ^ with an .ab^nce.iOf tear in her character, Jai^L ,lat cpueeqne.nt pl-kriiess of precep^ion*H altcaeie^ol supposed or actual•diiii'ge'r. '^;f r'' ' v.nWhen h wasnsixte^nllalm ^tflia> was eighteen myfather hired^* laborer hauled Hans S.tnith a Hesgian, whohad jbeenin, the British service, and who^ at th e close of the war, had deserted horn hi^regi-' merit. ; •¦ •¦'¦<• /i-^jii-io'- '¦'A:'-,',i'] ~': -¦'"''-''• He was.a powerful' inan,TwiUi iheavyj imbruted.Pountenancei and.bpth Julia arid myself were, struck, at the vei.y.firati with atiirituitive dread' of him. ..'The fueling of fJuliiii...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

# The Outside Pat^engcr. v. ? —.—»-—, It was in the old days of fltageicbachesij andoneof those huge lumbering vehii!^ cles was plonghing its way between Bo* * ton and Salem in a; .driving rain storm,/ filled inside arid outside with a jolly set * of passengers.1 ";-' Ji"•' • ¦ ' ' ''[' "' '"} Among the number of the more forth- ' nate insider* was a respectable, baldbeaded .gentleman ^ who seemed to:'he very solicitous about a lady riding on tb.e-. -j roof^ Every few min rites he popped hia ? he^f but,' regardless of the rain, and" shouted to Some one above.- "Well,: hdWu isishe, now ?" And the answer- -cameP "AUrlght I" :,, . ¦ .v;-:-.;,,:,.':«. V-...W V | - ^ "Is she, getting wet?" inquired the,old t man. '¦»•.. » "No, hot much]" was the reply." ;• '"*':'\ ^Well;can't you'put something arbuhdf; her? T'will never do ,t«f>bave:-hetget 1* Wet, JOU kjBOW^r-^~~.--;r-r"r~?'r;' "we^ve got everything around herWa can.get.".... ,•.,.;,"",.,-', ;,.,.« -,., ..-.¦. •'.• .-:a "...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

J0i ciosodin Sew Yorkyon.Monday atLlS. ' - .'.A:';-/. *' The vpte in the^ state- senate th* finance biUf last FriUay^^^^ a sbameful but significant confession that the1 re^ubl^n majprity are oj^osed to auy;and all reforms in the j management; of the state treasury.*. •''-•-',''•'::. ."."; ! V'/; \ The Democrats of Bmghamton have selected Mr. John Rankin as tlieir candidate for Mayor and P. P. Rogers for justice. We notice also th^t out old friend John Blanding, formerly of,this county, is oh the ticket for assessor. - The proposition ol the Hon. Saul. J. Eandall to adopt the eisbt hour rule ii^ the departments at Washington is resentetjjiy the employes. This is adding at least two hours to their average of .daily service.- Like Charles: Lamb they make up lor, going late to their work by com. irig away early. _______ i , Eighteen members of , the Louisiana, legislature testifythat^fJriit|?d States Senator West paid, then* money] for voting for hWielectiou. A similar'casowil...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

n' A A Giife2S^4#pP^ i :Never^perhap#|h:^: fi^^^oi :^ ^ country was theife-sp j|reat an^portunity fpr! toS exercumM fMOh^^b^1-ty^itfmiiur, bb^tKaud esta% aSiljithe present time. It isVfxue that!%d has seemed to temper the wTnoTof^Ihe winter thus far to- "the shorn lanib," -and ^hafethPpsahds;; wJfc| .hayeibeJh|8hbtttV^ lahor and the^nijans d 8u|po^^ha^ :been able to piece^out their "nieasure of uieal and cruse of ¦ •oil" mnrihlorjger than if the1 usual sevetitv of this cliihatft'had demanded a gobd-part of tiW^eaus for fuel, yet He, who said of tbetrue Christian,•'«% their frnifa ye bhall kub ^ theria," will call many to a rigid; acboritit fbr.the golden opportnnities to dispeuHe, these fruits;: There are' persons in MdTntrose as well as in every other town ojf 1st size, whose, pride would naturally keep ;theni from even broaching the fact to itheir best friend, yet who are' actually iri need of iridispensible necessities. .JhoSe like. Jay Cooke &CoM may fail for the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

.hn-tifflW Mtilf? MISTAKE. ''"¦ -; Jeff paiiy^%d^'^igj^ ^i^ake i f he wan ted the ApplauseZ arid fovor.of the Blainea^aud Butlers and rMortdps of the corintryjr If he had jnst declared for the carpet-baggers in M^sisSiplpi af tsr^^ the warasj Alcorn did,: he ¦ ccml^; ;hayp;heen welcbhied jp We, Senate by ^orton[ 8^4 Hamlin any Hbime^ If^ he; had insisted that there is nothing in thb cobstitutioii the laws, or in a1 sourid public policy^ to forbid' a third term for the Presidency, be could Ihaye crossed legs with,the guerilla Mpsby urider.tlie Presidential mahogany^ and had the keepers of* Aridersoiitille; Libbjj and Saulsbury who; hjave npt yet been hung or driven froin-the country, in comfortable official position along with Mwbi's Confederate free-hooters. If he had jbined Lee's chief lieutenant, Long, streei in 1863, in declaring that Democ racy had staked all its issues,on the war and lost he couid haye bung up h|s hat in an Cbliector's office on the Gu(f, and been ind...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

P&RLIAMENTARY VICTORIES. '! .' ••¦.••. ,'. '• r.': ¦'i;(t;' - There is nothing, quite.ilu amusing in. thelcurrent literature oi the dayf aa-the glorification of Radical journals oyer the "parliamentary victories" gained J by* Mr. BJajine and Pth^!difltirigtiish'ed JRad^cal statesmen of the Hpnae o^Bepjresentar tivea. To one unihititated, it;would occur that Mr. Blaine' was -!revPlutionizicg the cot ntry and controlling its legislatiPjor;—But when one comes, to examine the statute books and the proceedings ;of Cohgress, we; fail to find wher|eiii Mr2 Blaine is perceptibly'moulding the'legislatjion of the country. ,,. \ f . The W hole scope ofhis great'victory is|hat he. delays tjhe passage pf a-bill granting universal aranasty, a jtist measurk arid one that will h« eventually passec, as it shotild be. Mri''Blairie beirig in the'miriority, possessed the advantage th it the minority always have, ^f.deiayini; action, or putting the* majority to a temporary disadVahtagel:...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

\ GROW FOR CONGRESS. The Hon. Galusha Grow, Who has settled down in Susquehanna feuty in his old district, is suspected by his political rivals of looking out for anothetterm in Congress. They say that is what accounts for his sudden "flop" from Greeley and Buckalew in 1S15. Galusha never loses sight of the main chance.—Harrisburg Patriot. * - We^are inclined to think our contemporary of'..\he Patriot is correctly: informed for we understand that at a meeting in Philadelphia, a. few weeks, siuoe, the Court decided that Grow should have.it. Wliat the jury, composed of the electors of fhis'diitrict ^ jjwffdo, is not so certain for the /llidu^pohticians of our county conclude that if, there is anything that briffies Omniscience at the preserit time it is to tell which one of ;the Ring will be disposed of next, by being sent- into a quiet,private life. Mr; Grow has had time, to rest, but we arp inclined to think that the people w\ll be afraid that his old malady will return in a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

in otate JUDICIAL SALARIES. We heartily advocateeconomy and National expenditures, hut at the same time we"realize the fact that there may be such a thing as economy out of place. When, the work '-to jbe done for the state' is lajfithe ordinary! kind that anybody can perform, such ;as carrying brick or mixing morter tor some public building, it is eminently pro^r to let the work to the lowest bidder, but when intellectual skill and judicial iritegrity are wanted it pays to pay a goodj price for a good article. It is possible] that if the office of Jridge were puf up ajt auction to the lowest bidder men could he foun^i for less money than is now paid, or perhaps there are those who would, £o the work for nothing, but would it; be policy to ac cept their services ? The office of Judge is a responsible One and requires ability of a high Prder, and the most uuansweriug fidelity on trie part of thje incumbent When competent men are fpund it is ill judged economy to pinch them dow...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

AdvertisemeDts New This Week. • j ¦,;.- •>. . ¦ - ¦ * j ¦ * '' ! ' * * .1 " _ i A DMlNISTRATORfS ; NQTIC&-In £\. the estate of Nathan S.'Stark lato of SpnngVUlc township, tJuMjuohatitia County, PennBylvania, det'd; Letters of Administration in. the scld estate oaring ' been granted to the nndersiened, rll pereons owing - said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and all persons having claims against said estate ara. requeatec lo pfesent them without delay. ;-* •• • , < DKXTBH W. 8TARK, ¦ Feb. 2,: 1875.—6w. . Administrator. ¦ , ,. - ti „ „, ± .,„ ';m„lf'mm ,, ;','m iL ' ' J ' " ' ' *--SOMETHING NBW. ;• ;Ja; boot &'s)atoE SHOP ,":-lhas- Just been opened otct FT B. Chandler's stbre. AH ' .kinds of work made to order. Repairing doae on short ' Inotlce. After having nearly 15 years experience in the business I feel confidont lean please all who may give me a call. . -v.' : J Oi E. UPTEGBOVE,; Montrose, Feb. a 1876.-ti i Manaaer. ;n'LpsW.tf-pM'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

i K.rA ' g-RE 'gEMOGM|! • F™'i^»jK8ss!j^"«::iij iia.'W'X'B-s- es ostpsS*.^* : KDITOtt9 & PROPRIETORS, v \ " .-: At two hollars per Year in Advance. ' TO ADVEBTIsERS:-Thk DMOOTAf as a^adyerfeasrasssgSBSBStfsas IOB PRlN'PH»G>»Qur otace- t»^upplle* wltb.fdnr -IfeteKs* Ss«r»««.p"jg; K"r at competitors in any section: .rt»^JKt?P°,w' 5rr. ftmltes cheerfully given at our office. Workorder-- 'by mall will receive promp( atleMM. ! ; i. HAWiiKY. '• i - r /. ^ <?• CHtJSER.

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

;;v"',':, vr:'^-'-^«tHrairt«y-:llo«?^";^--- y ;~^n ¦ av3w$5*> Pf*dF»n«30.-L-The Daily Star of.lhff city* has just received information ,of the nr^bje, gnajcg/of Charjey ! Kos^; he^ £Q&^rdetiil^( ^Wvaado&te 'county. ~A"' *''-'•--*-'*-wirf-^'''--'AB' *~ ^--:*<*•-*«^ LATER. /..'¦' p;^urth£r;;^tio^r8 in regard to the finding ortfre' 'supposed Charley Ross ,haye; been received, and seem to confirm the former reports,* • : | TheV latest v information Ogives it, that daring ^lie^moikh^of^la'st October, or about when the Wester velt investigation .was, being hotU pursued in Piij adelphia, !«vd'men lh'a ti!okef cafnage d^veup to the residence of Mre.,Beebe, on the up-»Re"i SaoJusky road,rahaut^twelve, miles WtB W&Wchtf44&drfr*'4i thlnffeoi out and left the boy at the house, stating xbU they,hadcbu8ine8s to transact -in the ' iaeigl^oSModpior'a tlay :6£hvo, add that they did not wish ' to be bothered with ¦ Dim.. .. ' . i ,v : r • r ;•-,-;...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

^.r^Mto* 6WH*m**&»*?y«JBHIi ^ ^ ^ The unanimity with which |me,I)^mp? crats and Republicans of thet ^o'ui&cotiduiifidlh th^pasaage of the; .financial Mi; of Ibe w|iV8%dvhj, ean8j6ohim ?eem* ed% justifyHfeeiprMictfen^th^t^there" would be ¦ no serious opposition on the part of the senate a.id thjt the mea|urj, \ would speedily become "a%wtj SuVtHis anticipation has hot been realized. The reform of long established and profitable abuses in the inui^gement^f ,t|*e geople which this bi${qo|)tejn|H>J be. accomplished it seeri\s without a struggle. The Republican senate remains the last eutr«Hnchineritiof itbe^ealsorhiBbinitfsi -J ' ¦¦ ¦ When the house bill was brought out 0f tlie finance committee bt the senate Vi8t^d>y>4td'a8^un|. tfo ^ihojn oOo£ \iurii'section^ which provides for the investment of thje unexpenued balance \i% the sinking f^m^ in ObS bbdBOiftOle United Statea or of the commouwealth wheneTer the balance mayTubt be required for the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 February 1876

r^V Btf^tmt ^nyiion; ' : :ip. £)*'Wihslow ^ a prominent "Boston j^wnajii^ltjflCj/ia- s<^eKfore-gn^auri>ooe; dayh%iii-*eek|iacc6mpahied by| ||srgv|fe; arSircBiMren. lli'hM M uW be 4illc#ime? in itself; b\it it appears from subsequent .deralopmtjnt"3i6bat be has been engaged in forging paperviintil the amount'fi^urea. is Ui0.w4%$W®fc mieWtiirnatMi* Ui^-Wiai^ucWd' >for f^Kjl"-nimistry and served as chaplain in two regiments durihg'-tlife vttitf He was also chaplain in tna noTTtr Qnn nao DihAa r\trirt?« bnA ^t, o^tr^s erarchurches. HeVas formerly publisher tfv&Wtf$v.Jfemld, and served* gevferal y\ars in the Legislature.tsty \f.,Bta);ed that. bel9?e•few^dTM^eardn^e; 7he'mVde several " effcrls'to 1negbtia^,pap^r^ nienjts were defected asf forgeries, and he was threatened with exposure. }j^Q;nlie prtvate:parties*ifc ia:Ba;id*hiold^fun 4l00,000 worth of Winslow's paper, a largespn'jibrdoil of whi6h it is feared is worthless^ and the total amount of paper...

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