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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

The Marsets. :. Xew lork Produce Murkel. Reported Every W«ek Bxpreasly for Taa Moktsobb Dimocbat by Rhiodec <fc Server, Produce Commis-; tlon XoreoatiU. S6 WhlUhallStreet.^ewYork. _ Hew York, Friday, Feb] 11,1876. :'!..'¦[ bitttbIbu '•'.';. :.-,•¦',: ¦¦¦C<. Receipts last six days. :.;•.'.... -. 17,514 pkgs.' The supply of fine 3tate buttdr continues very scarce and with a fair enquiry from, tbe local trade, prices are held very firmly;, with io some instances higher figures than we qqo^ being obtained. Bqt this.is generally cpnfll^ to ^Tew1: first class deaieb,yvfhos!mtist hafe something perfect to supply their trade at whatever cost. Medium grades of State continue plenty and irregular, with sales .difficult Vo make even When offered low. */[:¦. j' ) y ' |, State Dairies, fine.............. .81 @ 38c • State Dairies,good to prime.,..27 @ 30c State Pails, dairy, choice..... .-*'' ® -=-<} . StatePails.dairy.goodtb prime 38 @ 30c .¦¦ State Pails.common to fa...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

B.-.k LYONS & CO., ..' >' I. . ¦¦¦¦'¦", -.¦,.".'• •;. ¦ .. ¦'¦ . : . h>-i-~ ,. I" .. . ,.. DEALpS XX .'¦; : '(; .'" CARPEm OILCLOTHS, DRUGGET, j MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES, - ^i-h ,:¦ : | '':: f'-' ^, :-=-''. '¥-' PAPER HANGINGS A&D ENAMEL 0LOTHS, OOTtON "TARN, ! COFFIN TRIM. ;„ ; «:. \ .-^"''Mings,1';;: ;..;;¦ j . .'...;.!•'. -(¦ . ^ '..vi-. PLATED. WARE, DRY GOODS AND :.i GROCERIES, FAINTS;1 ; -<:;.--; ;.m ^OttJSilKBa^^-'- ^ril. -i: .:¦!.,fyyi:^yy > ^ ¦".• .'J " ¦¦ • — ¦'- .'¦' y " ¦ DAMASK, ALL OF DR1 JATOE'S i FAMILY MEDICINES, ' ^:.-yj-y. :,jVii- -a i_ ¦'¦ -;.;' '_ ¦' >¦•¦''¦>' ¦ -V1"--' : ¦ I,-.-:•:.<)-.. .>!¦!•;;¦ ' ,'•>'•¦:*. ~y.-:-y\--'¦--¦ ir.;i ! tRdNKS, "OMBRELLAS, RJDBBER ;::.ax;;; ^6ot)^;&cv(. ..;:;i;;j I B, R. LYONS & CO. ': ;';..r -!¦; ; >'. •¦'.,:-' -r>,y: '¦):::,' 'J. -• "^ • ] , . . ^^ 1 ,ff ¦ ..' .'¦ -,. ' [ : MdntroM, JanwffjH, 181S. •'¦¦'.'_" ¦¦« ii i ¦ ¦...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

Iron, Hardware, etc. .L'ra;y.:;Dcaler^la;;,ui.;:,;. r.ir^ik sTgyEs, :S^"i60feS^^jJi^T ,mm-,WAiSB% mum ^urn ^ , ISHING GOODS, AND BUILDm&:£J$PWAm>M*>y: s .-/-I —yiiyi* -\i .;hi Ji;-i'n \i->A. .. :...'-() t.\y- > ;.' ..¦;*'•'! ;¦.')'[¦' i.' ., > il. ¦:•.:'¦: j.-.-j !-. ¦ ;• ¦ • .-.<:;!':Ag4nt« tot: y>', '¦ ¦¦;-y\--lf . -' - :».;',¦> = ¦ -':.¦¦!>,-.• ,y i!U-::.ij^. -J;j?-='l BLANCHARDl BARTtJJi:i!& pb., SASH, BLINDS; DOOltS, WINDOWS, CORNICE MOULDS ..- ¦ .^¦i;-----'''''m^/-&0^'Ji--'.'' y'-i:y , ' ,'•¦< ¦ • ; .-(:.••. •; •*- . •;'•¦ ¦ <i -- ¦ • 1. which we will sell at Blanchard, Bartlet ACo'e. pr'tts , ¦ , ,.¦:/-,-. ' ..:;- .,•¦¦¦:.::..:•• ¦¦ >-:,,' -.:!: .::. ,-i ,..-.; -r-, ,,„ 71-¦ -= .-«.••. .'.: -; y •--,'• ¦; ¦;• i;w ' •'< -. ¦ •¦'¦¦ . t .t = ¦¦ .';.. ¦ i>- -,v NAILS, SCREWS^LATOHES, BUT15, SASH AND BLIND FASTENERS AND; HINGESy ROES, FORK SHOVELS, BAKES, WIR...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

Business tockls. Oysters!; Oysebbs!'ii Oysters I-IUj :ii(.' ? Forty, 50 and 80 tents per quart, at the :/;. '..¦ ....'.-: ¦ ; 7 !• -¦ • 1 . ¦ ••-*. -..¦;:». ¦. ¦-.'• ¦¦. j''--*.'- . •:; ;' VeBTLT; VEWLYi,! say unto jogitM^°M* t^j»X ow Salo«n;a»4get a goodQyfttcr Steyr„; Dec; 29,1875.-tf. ; .. ^ |, .,.-'';.'!"' L.idies, Mtojea ftnd ipbiidren's ,ipa^, Pebl | Go4t^od; Glove Kid Shoes at Auction, JFndM. Feb. Aih. ¦ ' ^¦ ' ^^^ v^enL y^o^o^myot . exainiaatlon ^put ad ay- ..»--u-.¦•},¦,¦.•-.-. Watches, Clocks-«nd. Jewejry^ rraaired ^ pn short notice and warranted, AtFjIXMelbuisli's iewelry. .Store. Ibruierly IsbeU& MelJiuish a. ...... .•,... . .. ..- • -,-¦ • ;>7v.i .-.;• '-¦» Montrbae,$»Ay 28,1875—tf y,-. „j,..-,- -:. :¦ . W« TBirNK that the'people otJIorttT^searid yiciriity are finding <»ui where the., niost popula? Dry Goods House in Bing.iamton is located for 0. F,Sis^on, & Co. infosm^us} that their trade, trom tbWiSectlon, is very large and^crin-. b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

Arrangwneiil; of Mails. Via RAitKOAiit . ¦-;".-- i';;STK' '¦¦'' -Arrives.Pqutiit • /inkhannock, (liany,; ••• «- , -°nk . .. ,. Vw,' Stages ; , r-r . 1 -w-v, •^riiiot (Daily,)^.-.-" •••¦• *O0pto-. esoa'i «ontr.Sf?Daily,)..v.••• - • • • ..1000aim 13upm Scw Mi,rort /Iii'1?vt'1 ^ D45am..200pm ffya,5«Wrtr!wc«Wy,) &00pm 800am FricndBvi"^""YwecWv.y. tooam 100am "on\h^H,XsLake,(tri weekly).. fiOOpm 700pm S"h X»4a^o»^W'.Dtp^b^«J«»t oril. THc,N^k and Wyalusing are daily. rUTh k SkHnStatl^ »U Th^mn^hy amtonmaU.(*to Silver Lake,) runs Tuea-^S^SSS^,T ,^^^ 11The Meshop'pen mail runs Mondays, WodnesdayB,and Friday*. AnomoNAi. Stages": ;, \ stage leavesdaily for Montrotu Depot at % m.,and riU StagtleaVesdklly : f6rN«w ,Ddreturnsat330p.m. q^^ F0BDHAM, P, ?«. ~~ y ~~ .' MontrosoBjdlwayjrimo Table, j Arran^ftcnt of Trains. To take effect on Monday, Dec. Slst, 1876. , ;i ¦ D0W„Train9. y ' • ;¦: ^Jffi .v. P.M. ! ¦ A.St. P.M., kiki" 100..... ....Montrose ...10.40 6.00 Bio 110. Allen's 1....1U...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

Caatorla la more than a substitute for Castor OH. I,lis the only soft article in existence, which la certain toasaimulate the food, regulate the bowels,cure,wind colic and produce natural sleep. It contains neither minerals!, morphine or alcohol, and Is pleasant to take. Chlldreij need not cry and mothers may rest. ' ¦ ¦¦Oct.Sst . -.'¦ ¦•• ¦: - -,-; ' -' -'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

Winter Manascmem' of Sheep. A correspondent ol the Ohio Farmer writes f ::\>.,;' ;±'v '¦';.. .<r{~. 'l"'M '::,:';''" Sheep should have better care in early winter tban-farmers are iii tjhe hab-j it of bestowing. Wintering; i sheep Jtp hiake1 tKemlliv£oiilv,is nS atfe Adeo- ttilh profit, let prict^fiifc Highior low.j {Sheep arei cotorhonty'-miglectVcU"4hbi^W4arly winter than any other tarm stock, \ for they are often the -very last taken from the pastures. /.. „ \ ;-rJ,,...' ,.., .' ..S.r.^ 1If'a' shee^gGes intttWhi^'g^r^rc ™ a declitiing'^Sife thejjresirft-isaiiehiaud for extra ree^Vn id''cU^'ti»J*»rig the winter andaligUt aitfofr wtoftui th& sgmng^ While a sheep is tbrtviug, wool grows rapidly; when a-sheep is declining; the growth is checked. If kept fat a large Beecef if j&ort aiight one'- Sheep should have a li||le }§?&}&. ¦.(,^\*^--«la(y,:from the time grass begins tb' fail in the fall until its has a*goo& stertiin t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

/Feeding If ens For Eggs. ,';- A hen *nay be regarded as a machine for the' production of eggs. If only enough food is given to kepp her alive—to; just; run the, maphine-—no eggs> of coursej can be ..' exoected; but usually there is- no tvonble in this drrectioo. P^oj)le do not Offert err in: not giving their hens^libag^';^ ly ihebase that they give thepi too much and of the wrong kind of food. If a ma* chine is fed with too much raw material, rriore than' it hasciipanity to utilize, it. beMm?8.;clogged inits;^^ action and fails'"m its .wpi'k';'. -Or, if the wrong kind of ma ^ terial be supphed, .the desired product will not be turned '• out. For a hen to produce an egg daily ihe must be well supplied with the raw material, out of which to make it. There must be albuminoQH substances, such as are found in meat and grainy out of which to form the Wjhite of the egg, and oily or; fatty matters toforni the; yolk, and lime lb p.rpduceV'the sheik.;- Various kinds of grain c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

flow to Pack Butler to Keep. Make a brine with a saturated solution of the purest salt you can get; b$ing a pound of saltpetre to about twenty pounds salt. Scald the-^rine; by bringing it to a boiling heat; skim and apply when sufficiently, cool. Thetab,tirkin or cask,1 should be carefully prepared, as well-as the brine. If the gum and sap iu the i^tf"! a re ^hbt Ttem^ved- beforeJtfs 4 casHs are^uied, tliey will wbrk'butInto the brine and affect the butter. To remove the tvoody flavor from the casks athoroujgh steaming jvithaiiigii pressure is the Quickest WmHest means. If^ abaked befdre the-steam is appl.fed, the steam will cut the; gumv arid woody flavor all out in a short ticjie. ff steam is not conveiiient^Oak witlilbrine a weekbi*8b,theh fill with boiling ,|>rine, letting it stand until cold. By duing-this and keeping the butter binder brine,vtbe„p^5k^e full and in a cool place, butter will keep fos an indefinite period. , :=,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

.,;.. _.. „ A:;aiea^ow Picture ^ i( yy.y | « W a^sattf^ifee^ Snb|hlne 'mfi$%oh the fallenlh^y,L y; ;:; s " i Cool the breezes beneath the shade ; Down the meadow, away, away, y 'Merrily huiriming, goes the maid, Who.has threaded the river-path, Rahk .with'wfllOws, and sweeLwith ipp& KicW^itb ttie sdentJot the ripe,bToWri swath, Whistling an afr as hej threads' aiding ? FeetthaVmoVetbtuesetfsamatune ! ^ Meet, at last, by the selt-same brook; v Hers is like,a flush, like a rose in June,— His is a face like an open book. Mnfc, evasive, her pail sl^e tips, Daintily poising its honest brim ; Under the crysta^her whitpjpalm dips y>j X)nly a hall; Way /elahoi at Uhn/ , : V ..- i r/- .-.»i¦>*.¦¦ •»•,''«,'-?-.•••'¦ i''1' -v'. Tenderly bold.ened, joyerwise,,-, y Speech takes birth on his wooing lips; Xrife is wide as' each-6ther*s eyes ; Over the brim tbe free tide slips 1 -.-.-..-¦.» ¦ . :,rr?>5f.,nc. '. ¦ ,ki,>.*.->\-:v ...--fsiv. Trills ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

¦¦::-.-y -y.j ;^-!.-.-i.v -iS^_.'--'^Ufl>,r-- . ,-i * It id^aid^tba^ooflooipnJe ^ gripd var: nish,>y meatfB of which the oause of the decay in/egg«^ vi£: tlie porosity:;of >he' fhell, an^hence acce8sv;of air to the interior, may be prevented Mr, S. Martin mentioned that the soundness of eggs may be ^tested, by immersing tl^em ;in water4onjaiaing JO pet cent, bf 'eOmrbon eallih iblutiiyn ^ m] this: bKiiie |obd aud goond eggs ?iok. while bad eggs float;. To make^ hens layiti wi»t-r, giye them aywarui place to roost ^ bd pHeirty of roejit yegetablei arid other ric^ and good fbod. But if thb 3&B8. are| old apd have been laying all SBmmejr il is doubtfol if they will watiaae $o do ^> dftriog tfee coldeat weather.::'--/' .'¦"%:

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

v When to Trim Hedges. - Any time {torn ! nnw: mitil; th^ bdds folly start in the spring, is a good time to trim hedges, or .other kinds, ,of.; timber for a-rapid growthfo:f.wood denng next summer. In"fact, where a large proportion of the top is, to he. removedj there ig no gale period for doing the work, except during the latter part of winter or earlv spring. As the present is a cbniparative"- ly Slack time, it will be well to look after the hedges, po that other, important work may nt|»t be interferred with late in the season. ':. ¦• '" ,-'-. Michigan yielded last y ar 1,026,978 barrels of Bait, being JJOO,000 barrels greater than any previoua year.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

Business X3ar4a.f DR. ELLEN/miMltGHElLL, PH5S siaiinaild "Sareeon. graduate otthe Woman's Medical College ot tha;N. Y. Infirmary, then resident physician for a year iu tbe. Wotnan'a Hospital•; In U. Y.: aftflr four yenft.' practice in Fob du Lac. Wisconsin, has located in Montrose. Special attention given, to diseases of women and children; office at Sie foot ofMaln Street, in tho tHd4D«fV|id Poathomei stead.--: ¦¦ %'¦'-., -:.'.' .-..,; •¦' Montrose, Dec. 15,187S.—3m»n50 j txi ix;Baldwin, M- Whomge. 11 • jmthic Ptiyslcian,' has located jaiinseU at Montrose, where he-will attend promptly ttfaH professional business entrusted to his care. fp?"?Qffice in Carmalt's building, second floor, front. Boards at Mr. B. BuhiwUi'6. ,, ,. ¦-.; ,4v -r..,. . Montrose, Pa., March 10,1875. ¦ _;¦';'. ' ; DR;: W.' W. iSMITH, DJENTIST.^ Rooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr. Ualsey's, on Old Fddndry street, wKcre he would be happy to see all those lu want of Dental Work. He [eels confident th»t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

---¦,-i.-; -. : , ;.'- -—^*^~~"n~^ ^" yy.l.y::. ..;.y Saiiktng^&c.;^-.:^ .?¦ ->&%¦ ¦ ISy^iiliilliy wii^ill ll i ¦ J\.f; MONTROSE, :TA[ ^'r^x OEte^LV';?ANKING ^BUS^ESS jp^' B. dOlSCJTiONS HADE ON ALli POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR AS HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC AND7 FOREIGN /JEX--;:'i:h- -CHAN^FOR SALE;;. ^.-' UNITED STATES & OTHER BONDlS *;;; [ BOUGHT AND SOLD; '• CJO|UPONS AN© cS AND COUNTY . IBANK CHECKS CASHED AS V¦¦¦:¦¦¦¦>¦ ¦ y^;USUAL. - y : ' . I ¦ ':¦ :¦-- ¦• • OtiEAKSTEAMER PASSAGE;TICK-|ETSmANB FROM EUROPE; r I^TERESliALLb^Etiof SPECIAL TIME BEPOSLTS^ AS PER AGREE, "•¦!'¦ MENT WHEN THE DEPQSy ZP'^'y^i is!;^ai)e;; ;:;;y.;;:,; ;,; 7 hi the future,.as in. the past, vre sliall endeavor jto; transact alt money; business to the satisfaqtionofjourvpatrnns ami corespondents, r >;;:j'" >\:; '.;w«y' "M;;cdb^i^&^o.t;:..:.: Montrose, March 10'75.--tf. Bmikcr». Authorized ijOapital, w ; $500,000 00. Present Gapita!,;-^ 4 100,00...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 February 1876

, DUgcellaneoufl, :• MONTROSE '' IlANING MILL : ; ¦ y'-:y ~''¦¦ ''¦' ¦ . ':AND ¦ ".-,:.:;.'..;. ::£ Dumber yaIrd! In order to better accommodate the commnnit* »w. wndejewped has^ established a d*pot tor the «u „, Lnmber Mannfactnred at hit ncwjy-CTectedljulldln«^: the^WKeeler tannery.Site,Inthe /T ™DD,,<"D8on HEAItT OP TOWN ' w ^f re ^iU ^ek ^t; constantly on hand. A full jtock of WHITE AND YELLOW PLNE, HEMLOCK OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK ' Walnut lumber ^ ,7,7:' ,.-¦:.- ..-¦•,. -'-- ,,'" ' j wbich^with the aid of the most improved machine? ana competent workmen, is prepared to work into any /hun* to meet the wants of Customers. . . fJW WELL SEASONED LUMBKR, INCL*JD1NG SIDING ; FLOOB1NG, CEILING, SHINGLE AND * y?- LA.TU. CONSTANTLY 0« BAND. Planing, Matching, Jiooldings. and Scroll Sawins cone to order. •" ft MANUrACTOHY, In connection* wil athe above est abUshjner.t. under the inanaBoni<-ut,of Mr. Bull; Rogers. -Examine Our Work before, leaving yonrorders elsewhere....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

MY MAPLE ' »•; . • •;: BY W'&MAM C. MCJlAIipS.¦'.n.:.r':A That maple yonder, which my father planted The very year—ho telteme—I Was'bora; How roanysumraere have their bounty grant* ed;:;'-<:"• • A'-' -h< ¦ ' '•' '¦¦''-¦ """"¦"' To round Its Crest like Plenty's golden horn f Yet, prythw^ Muse,! wjthhold the challenged ¦ ' number ; A~?'-'::)A',]'A: .? '¦'-. That, suhiioing up the rings which clasp s its - ;bole, ..;: . ¦ -•- ¦ . '-' ¦¦¦¦'< '.-. .". Would also tell how Iobjj my lite's poor lum" .her?,;:" - ¦ .'¦: ?::¦¦'..I . •".¦.•L-;--' ' '.:"A-. Has borne, too ill,- the fruitage j)f a soull ¦ •'. If n were'twenty years alone, or jfloubie, I might not chide the telling Of Us growth ; ; For then life's harvest urould hot show its stub' ble . ¦ •:•¦ v'-'-'.f* "A -{? <¦.;¦. ¦/•[¦ .[¦'( Such bloom of promise spread 1 itselfWer ¦ ; both! / '•' -r:'.'.'-K 'y ('A' .' AiAi?' ' ' But in yon tree, despite Us.verdant roundness,: I mark, alas! the fringes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

PAUL CAGY'S HELP ¦ . ¦ ": "V '—~—'A . , ¦ \ THE SEDGES was ,to become a bachelor's hall. Miss Esmeralda lacy declared she could not and would not 8tay in *uch a howling wilderness any Itmger; if her brother Paul wanted to. Such a great castle of a house, and not a neighbor within three miles—it was intolerable! The lady was as good as her word. One fine Spring momma: she deserbed the Sedges, and went East to herj [father's house/le^Vingrbrotbef Paul arid tn!e little maid, Eiiie Gary, its sole inmates. "But, Esmeralda, if you go away on such short notice,I how am I going to live ?'[.he had asked.. :^*>. '.-•., I "ISilie can cook," was the answer. Eilie Gary was but fifteen • years old, a lissome, bine-eyed emilthg little, girl—a born houswiJe. At ten fears old she had been bound to an aunt of IfanlLacy, bat the aunt, dying, and Paul having already gone West, and built a house, Eilie was taken thither by Miss Esmeralda |to help keep, it. The lady stayed just six months....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

. . The Charade. ¦: . .. ___ , | _ BY THE AUTHOR\OF "COBWEBS,-! ETC, " '—.»«. •'.• i SO THAT was the pretty widow," soliloquised Harry Barclay, as he smoked a cigar, before retiring."' <kShd's positively pretty; in that respect her [friends don't exaggerate; but I've no doubt she's an'aw'ul flirt. It would be a good thing to teach her a lesson." v f:' Por our hero,, in spite of his many undeniable good qcfalities, Was I rather conceited, as, indd^a,^ most men vftth his fortune and position would have been. ; But who was the pretty widow;? She was}a Mrs. Conway, Who, at 18, hid married4 a handsome* foreigner, wlijo soon proved himbelf to be a heartless i spendthrift and (debauchee. Before i twelve^ months, however, she was happily released, her hlusbahd having fallen"in a duel, at a Germari watering place, the .result ot' a quarrel originating at-a gaming table; Three years after, Mrs. Conway returned; to America, and now, at twenty-two^, Was even more beautiful than s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

l COVNTTulUmi FINANCE. There is a time^ wnen oroearaoce ceases to be a^irtue. ^ We1 in fended n|t to refer any farther to the isau/es of the last campaign or to the statement of the receipts and expenditures of this county lince 1865 at this time, butj when the editor of the Montrow Rcpyplican puts forth such statements^ as appeared in his issue of February fourteenth, we should; be tabs toour- manhood and treacherous to the most sacred duty of an honest Journalist, if w« allowed them to go untebuk«a. The people have .been led into the whirlpool of corruption which now menace* their sacred - liberty on almost ewry side, by allowitig themselves to be in£u«ric*d inWj important election by fjise end sensational canard ^ put forth at such times, simply for thai crT«»cM>It ing it beyond the possibility ot thoe* whom it was intended to injure to counteract -% the iruth, befort mch election li*d taken place, tnd aftepjrwd to be either forgott«n,or CMindcred *very sharp polit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

% HE :iEMOCRA^| .i ^^SJ^ ttJLyarijAn~¥ so obxtsb^ - rorrotts * propribtobs, ¦¦ ;• - At two DolUri»« T«ar in ^vaa^J - WADV8RllSKR8:-THBpBiio(^f »»ec a tf0^ate g fggs&s&m J iOR WHNTlNG:~Our office l« fOPPUcd with tota «fef«HSrS X*J6s iwSr»* 4r3 •ulmitet checrftolly gfrenji^t our office. Work ordered by mail will receive prompt atUntion. , ZiB. HAWIiE^ - • ; W. CCBUSER.

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