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

j Misceilaneoiis Advertisement^., u,,r tTAV?y I ti^l^5? ®MM?®®<mi%. I i '¦ '',.„.... , ..--,¦[-'^- ¦' ^/T',;" ?•¦ >"\ ""*£ X TA'l','"v " :-• - I x^iVJ^^JWAH -i\>v- Uaua, ¦:. CI iM\jAi a I C3rlTO^'I*' JtJtJiXvl.y Xr^fci/., ¦ x^^^^^f^^^ I ¦ Has just returned Irom New *wk with'a laree and complete assortment of I DRY iaOODS, OLJOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES I ;'ra7f> ^ iS^^ "''.' I Fiilinp: hir large "tempbrmH; oh the TSfational Hotel grounds. J We shall I 7.:>^:.6; _ r^amnere until our new i \ S~,X.' I i\h^7?^^ x:''" I •Ws&ctwneVando^ ht A ^ : ! %l:- " asdorllieutWbesi bargains in the'coonty. , > ^-Butter and^Prodnce sh i^ped^ ; Bighest price and prompt returns^guaranteed. Money advanced ^ when; ^ : Great ;BeBd,'July 7th, 187^ ¦ i -^'v'-- "

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

""r^woRK^rnT-r:honors mis. a Mvw feaflittg '.' God bless the working man, ^;fH;-,: ; . ' And keep hjm free lrpui^trife,KV,-;.:.. ..•:¦'! : 'Forne'stheooeth&tin^b.w.orldr . ; ;; ] Helps move the wheel of lifov : ': j His 'handsare hard'jaria on his brow s The pearly sweM drops stand, ' • i But give to me thereat clasp •"'; ¦ j ,, Ot that hard-wbpng hand. ; ; When tired he cornel home from work, , ; His clothes all black.arid Soiled :.\ \ How many a scornfulglanci; he gpts From those by lortune spoiled. It is# wrong, but such jb life, ,-.,-. • Appearance leads the van; ' j But give to me the child of toil— ', 'Tis work that honqre man; , ; M You pretty little city miss,: ¦',' <; . j With pride in your black eye; \'\ Do pot turn upyoiar nose *n sqorn ; When a workman passer-by; ^ ^ \ ' But give him kind andgerjlta words, v :. •,; 'Twill not ypur-beauty spoily''A.] '1 Think many a nobler heart lies hid 'Neath that rough garb of tqll. God hi683 each woman and eac...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

SPONTANEOUS GENERATION Professor Tyhdall, according to the London Atiierwum % in a recent lefiture showed, by brilliant experiments, thatspontaneousgeneration is an absolute impossibility; and llitat if solu I lions open to the air^oon swarm with life, it is because they have been impregnated by living particles floating in the air. It has long been knownthat air which has been thoroughly freed from floating particles by fire, the action of acids, or otherwise, will not produce life; and further proof was given by Dr. Tyndall'a researches in 1868 and 1869, with the additional facts, that filtering through cotton-wool dears the air aa effectually as fire, and that air thus purified will not transmit light. A glass chamber Sited with the purified air remains dark, even when placed in the track of a cqn-j trasted beam of light. There is npthlng to rei fleet or, scatter.the light, and it may nov be accepted as an axiom that air which' has lost its power of scattering light tils al...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

REMEDY FOR WOUNDS Every person should know how to treat a ifiesh wound. -Every one is liable to be placed in circumstances away from surgical and'veterinary aid,-where he may save his oWn life, or that of a friend, simply l>y the exercise Of a little common sense. In • the firs* place close the lips of the Wound with the hands and hold them firmly together to check the flow of blood suntil several stitches can be taken, and a band age; applied. Then, bathe the wound for a long time in cold water. '. Should it be painful, take a panful of burning coals and sprin'cle upon them; common brown sugar, and hold the wounded part in the smoke. In a minute or two the pain will,be allayed, and the recovery proceeds rapidly. In my casera rusty nail had made a bad wound in my foot The pain and nervous irritation were severe. This was all removed by holding it in smoae fifteen minutes and I was able to resume my reading in comr fort. I have often recommended it to others with like ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

5THE NEW GENERATIONJ. ; ' The NeWbth-yport MerttldA&fS' fiiH three: quartersiof;alUtl»e «hildreri borni inlffassachur sews areJttf immediate foreign extractioni There issometbirigfstartling in?a fact like tplff,^as it involTes not only^the alleged crime off destroying fchildren aiid the fear of bringingtiieriianto the wofid,'4)at shows gr$at change *etween;th.e pr^senii and the past: • In' the pasfthej mbthert . of New-England gave1 birth to Uhek ten or twelve children, and' thought it no^reat! hard: ship to-rear and educate them: ;Iri the present the average number of children in each family, with American parents.sis but twoor.tjbree. A few^days since we- cupiediiheobs.ervati6ns of jjlihu Burritt^upon/the .'groat: change going on in;all jSewvEngland.^eryro&rty ojf-ithe old faimlHe8aTe;:becomiiigv*extinct,^and ipore are muvidg trpm the} stito/i .T*he< old-time farms have tlost both their ownership and proportions; The star of empire is not only westward...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

THE JR1GHTEOU8 ARE NEVER FORSA . KEN." ¦'; . : —»,— .).'¦ . •: BY JE3TSIE M. STEBBINS. »«-— . ; i ..It was one of those days, in December.iwhich causes the child of poverty to draw more closely his tattered garments and the rich man toward his marble hearth.' In a lone1 alley in a low house and uninviting room, sat the widow Middle'ton,and Lilian, her only child, a girl of thirteen summers. Nothwithstanc'ing the gnawihgsol hunger had made pallid her cheeks, her beauty was unsurpassed. There was something in the appearance of these two persons which evinced that they Jiad seen better days. "Lily my daughter," said Mrs, M.,, and in a raoment the daughter stood by the side of her sick mother's chair. 4,8it down my child, 1 hafea quesr tion to ask." Lily sat down and lpoked into the sad. yet beautiful face of her mother.— "Lily, do you think that you i could l>eg Ti—"Anything for you dear mother," and shesucceeded in hiding the unbidden tears, pr well she knew that her mo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

UNDERGROUND TELEGRAPH. At a recent meeting of the Society of Telegraph Engineers, Mr. Charles Fleetwood, of the Postal Telegraph Department, read a paper of * 'Undergaound Telegraphs; the London Street Work." The author said that th!e system was begun in 1837, with a line offiye wires, con^ fined in lead pipes, between Paddington and Drayton. This line became defective, and was replaced in 1841 by posts and overhead wires In 1846, on.the incorporation of the Electric TelegmphuDphip. ahy.'a new line was laid ; and in 1848 the :tpttil system of the company comprised fifteeja ; hundred miles of telegraph wires. All the cables are. jseht out from the postal stores in/lengths of! four hundred 3;ards. These are^ divided into I two, and are passed over and under wooden rollers fixed in the flush boxes, the second roller being so arranged that the'cable enters tie pipe with a clear lead, and without being chafed against its edges! Mr. Fleetwood said also that, within the last five y...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

MURDERS IN NEW YORK; , In 1870, the year of ;the Nathan murder.there were 41 homicides in New. Tork ..... Of these, 3 were hanged, 2 sentenced to imprisonment, 16 acquitted, 6 escaped, 4 were unknown, 2 committed suicide, and 1 was sent to a lunatic asylum. -The two men hanged were {Jack Reynold, who "became. famous from hisj^past that "hanging was playedjput in New York," and John Thomas, a negro., In 1871; ^3. persons were murdered. Ol. the murderera. William Foster, who killed Avery D. PuUnan in a street car in May, was hanged, ^ Not one of the others was sentenced for life, and only 10 were co.n- demnfd to imprisonment In 1872jthere were more murders than .in any other since; the beginning of the present decade: Not one of the fifty-five murderers of that year waa executed. In 1878, fifty-three persons were killed and one of the murderers was- hanged. This was Michael Nixaon, the bill-poster^vAo shot Charles H. Pfeifer, of wiSteslifirg^Tliei number djscharged or acquitte...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

BUscellaneptif...,,-. r; r : ^H© tGEEAT EBPUT/A^lON^HvhiyH JL.i'Vegetlnd has attained in allt»arte<>rtlie"c6tintry a« A .'iAJOreat; "and Gvifdd:< ^edieiue,''f: i ;.(!i ....!-¦...;•¦;•".!! ".¦¦•' ' ¦ !v. :¦» ?' > ! '¦ ¦ v.' :,^t : Wd the large" nnmrjer of testimonials which arc conatantiytpBlng receivetffrora iSereoMfi wh6 have been cared by.itsuie.are.icoactaslvo, prpujC of it&greatvalu^-r It is recdnimeaffed^by pbjaicians and apothecaries. ;, Ae aBlood-EatWwjMi$Healtb-ReBlorer,-ithusno eqaal: Yeectuielis not prepared for a fancy drink made frora ipodr-Mnora.'wri^ae'biHtates the>ystcm' and cend«tTtp destroy beiilth, instead of restoring it. -; , v . ;:. • I'^^^NN^-MEXC^LE^.; xi) ¦ Wa. H. E.iSTEVBNS:—,-, ..... ,.-..,.¦.,•.; •-*- ..•.•]]. ¦ Hi i» ttla—I mbit cheerfully add iriy testimony tothe great number yoa have already received in fevor of yotor great and good medicine. ,Vegetine, for ^9 not think v?n6ngli catfbe sain ItfUs praise, for ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

.t^':u..ii.Y^l8ceflsmeon8.:; ..v.yj'OT' a FALL'A^D WTISfTER G^OI^S-"" , A\u.?^AA--iCJusiRe£6wedA:Axv--:---: ¦ *J A" ihl»: ,'?.••'¦ . *J-= :¦••'* '.•:'?...'¦;¦'¦ : •' 'k :A\}' x>-r '¦ ' 'xA, . : -?T--\V;-:---:: ^Vr>* . I : ^i^tm^ ''?-¦ ¦¦„ ,i: =:-.--; ¦ -,.f-.-'-. ].(^X o A^. X'^ ^rVL >; STAPLE Jfc FANCY DRY; GOODS, !: BOOTS ^ SHOES, RBADY7.,ia !: c MADE CLOTHING, ^ : ' ¦"• hats & caps, ^ x..;::¦: ' .-,;. ;.• y *?•'.-'. yy • '•"•".'¦*¦-•'-.•'» •"'••'' - ' 1 ¦ • " ¦' :; Drcsii'Doodg, a »ood assortment. Prints," an the'aiw and fancy, paO;»« In the market. : White Qoodk a great variety. ";. --,. BLEACHED^ AND UNBLEACHED ,, SHIRTING, COTTONADES, * l o?- » ¦ •¦ r DENIMa TICKS, ;• v -ri . .•.STBIPE-'.,-,,/ ¦ .:¦¦•-.-,* ,.- .. .SHIRTING, LINEN r TOWELING, CARPET WARP. ,^C. <» x a ABOOTS& SHOES, a n ¦ The largest stock in town.- First class goods at less prices than can be bought of any other, parties In the place. ' ' ; ''" ' ¦¦¦, •- ¦ < ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

towir, coxmrr, Aiu> vaeiety , w—iKr. Leonard Stark baa the frame tip JSfjB. V. Curry'a Cif*r Uanulactory; i»—Tu« statement of tht Supervisors ot Sil-*(ft Lake township baa' been recenred, and will Ho published meat weak. j .. *+—<jat y«ur-smohtd flats ready, as theri is Utean eclipse of the sun on the 26th of Hareh, at three o'clock In the afternoon. **-~The yorwt Millo Manufacturing Comgaay «f Salem township,'Wayne county, have aoade an aa»ifl»aj«at for the benefit of their ,«*rditor*. j -^—Montroee Fire Company i Nb. 2,will hold tkeir Sixth Annual Reception at Firemen's itall, on Friday «rening,Feb. 25,1876. A gen,-trrj inritation ia extended. ] —Judge Streeter has returned from Tawjmda-and held an argument court this week. Tlifflse argwnent courts are hard on the tipatavee. The benches get very; tired. ¦ The young ladies of St. Raul's church ^tlll hold a sociable "at tlie residence of Ohas. \K..Smith on Thursday evening, Feb. 24th. Reftohmenta will be served d...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Cowtj BvtiBMi pimitxj. Two llnei la tWtbireetorj.one year.fl.9f-e«i«>,.4 'litUm. Iliac, so cem*. ' Ch,d MONTROS2 wa. Uauouwoui'. aiaur; waoi^tit. and pett, fc*leriq »llkinrf« ol alate roclng, «l4te Mint ... Roafu repaired with «kW paint to order. 5i»o .Sipaint for aale by tbegaflon or bawd. «ontro»V Va WLLM«3tf 8TftOUD. (ienera titk and UU t*.t ance A««nw; »lBO,«enHailroaoana Acei«tertiTirW« to New Vork«nd Philadelphia. Ofilce on* door«.t oftheOank. '"' BOTfl to CORWIK. Oealern in Stove*, Hardw*r« and ¥anaf«tnrert«f Ti» and Bheetlrou *»re.carnf, •f MaiDaadTarnpikcBtreet. ""' A. N. BULLako, Dealer tu (iroeeriet, ProTiiiom Book*, Stations; and Yankee Notion*, at head of Pablic Avenue.* f* « «• ueaa or Wl. H.-COOPSR Cj CO.. Banker*, sell y«reiin Pai-Mge Ticket* aadDnfleon fingland, Irelr land Scot. laiid.i*1 s*,a. l. COX, Barnes* maker and dealer all trticl* Bsnallykeptbvtheirude.oppoeltetho ok. • JAUKS 8. CARUALT, Attorney at L* • OKceone door b«lowTarbellHoni<e. Publi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

&rrane*mentaf Uaila<j ' i" .* Xtk Ra«.bo*i>5 I „ Arrivet. Dtporui „,Vhsunock,(Dally,)... ,...,.-|jOp»i Ml6* »,nk" vaatAois: « n*nnt (Daily,) ...COOpm 620aji NcWi >liirord. (Dnily,!. ;.,, 946a m iOOp in 83*8®^*= as «:: | Sfe.^!:a:is The New York, (cki Montrose Depot,) New Mllford. ,T vh»nnotk:and-Wya u*ingAredaily. ¦¦ ; ^ ^Woffi &" mail runs Tuesday*, Thursdays, »n ^*BiDr Jh»rnton mail, (W Silver tak«,)TOB* T6«b-,M"ii*S»dBW. and Saturday*. •¦:-¦?¦. ¦ , ¦¦ r ¦ . • %Kll" mkilrun* In«»a^.Th[ifrtiaja,aad »«.» BThr«eshopp*n mailmn* Mond*y*,jwalli«i4aira,aBd Fridaj»« ABomoKAi. 9»*ba«: i'j" ASt»ot.'leaves dailyfb*Xfctttrn*e Depot r.tJ »;,afca: r«^ ltav« dally for Haw Milford aitWa.tt. ,ndrei»rn.«8»p.«.._ -c ,0kDHAS>1 M. £ tatroH Railway lime Taala-ArrWgaient.0f Train*. To take effect on Monday, nee. 21*t.1875- '.•."' Down Train*/ ,' * . i . Upj Trail.* SShWABD. j BOBTHW^D - P, j|. ; . ¦ A.m. r. m. km 100...1.. ;... Montrose........ l40.#) 6.00...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

• A «or*c» Wte*«ff fftJSJ^ai^u A letter froo St. f*;t«F*bttr§fc, dfctec tbaSSva ef XX^iesrhar, ia %h* Daoat^ lays: "The «xc*»>m *ad almost «i-' cepiioaai rigor oP t&ia winter a«*Et8 tb haf* tRmwu fr raii of esdnaai oy«r Ifei's capital,-aad.i**d ta« political lifa a* wall ttitu ssosda&a fht&ixTH of tbi §**6oa The. taerinomatir 't»*rJre33 de«lr«a» centigrade below frteipag 'point (15 5-10 dagrew Fahrenheit; b*t«* j»ro); tfea lamp* gireoDij a T»^a^ «tMi iDSuScieet Jigbt; the oh«cU of tha vahiclaa tbliiag oc tbe mov» prtHiuie a bornbl^ crbf^hiag t.aktto-vn t» in^hiteati «f mo?# tatfeparftte zoa&t, thef«s^*of tiwanlac^j1 ca^dfit«?« and vork«a*r* "5?>o are ablfg^d fc> fi*e« fe&e pok; air i*m*»i costing oore thtfi a blue sarfttTc mr-roandad with icieki. Fiot pwwwtgf-n--'go'•*'•' fuH viin, cevtfing ihe ^ «ii^) fe ict for i 'Obnwrssktipn liurua mUl? <»¦ s*2*- a***aiBf--th5.-*' tmo^rrrrr; Tb« &«rj«S bcooaaeB H^a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

.Jbg^£w3PiB.gB>I^.<a-3S8aia. . ¦. ' ' -" GiY—Rowe—At the 1st, E. oarsonatre, Lyman-, vijle, Pa., Feb. 12, by Rev.' Hi G. Harned. Mr. hen irick B. Guy, of Auburn, and Miss Mary . E. HoTveof Meahoppen. ' ! Citoxt—Case—At tbe M. E. paraonage, in t 4ut>urn, Feb. 5, by Ret. S. Barner, Jacob ^ Crunk, of Ruah, and Misa Kaiy Ca3s», of £lk Lake." ¦ ''-'.. GelXtt—Father-At the house ot the bride's' fftihtr, hi Preston, Wayne Ho., Pa., Feb. 0th, ' by Kev, H. P. Bartell, G. W, Gelatt.^ pf Thomson, Pa:, to Miaa Hattio Payna, of Preston, ^Vtyne Co., Pa.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

•maA.vaau&* Wauneb-Iq Fr*aklin Forks, Feb. \2, jblia Wftiuer, aged 80 years, wile oh Harriaon Wnrner. Lleceaaed was sicfc but about three hours. . . >. . ¦ ¦ WvrsoM-At Upper Lehigh, Pa.. Mbnday, iFeb. 14ih, Gertrude[, only daughter of ,W. W. and Annie Ji. Watson, aged 1 year, 2 naonth9,and 12days. Cause of death membraneotisbrbup. ^AtsoN^At ^ppa^ Lehigh,Pa.^ Febi:17th, ol membranous croup, Charles Kemmerer, seco«»d son of W. W. and Annie M. Watson. aS«l just lour years.-CHAMBEnLiN^-In Great Bend, Feb. 8. Almira, i"'-l:ci of Wright'Chamberlin, aged 80 years. PiucEvIu Susquehanna Depot, Feb, 7, David h., sou-of A. V. and L. B. Price, aged 'oneyear aud five months. j . , ' Tiucy -At Athens, Pa., Feb 1st, Myra Park 'nicy, only daughter of Rev. O.C. and-Myra 1 r!,<:y, of Constantinople, Turkey, aged tour years. • •• ¦ r . ¦ ¦¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Business Locals. HANbaaLS for Auction Sales, etc., printed at the Dbmochat office in jfirst-class style and al^reasbnable pricea. ...;'"• ^tS^XHR. Sixth Annual RkcbJtion of Montrofee FtreCo;,Ko; 2, will be held at Fire men a Hall, Friday evening, Feb. 25tb. All are cordially invited to attend. • v * _r I .. : By order of Com. Montrose, Feb. 23,1876wl. \ Do»Ation.-A DonationA will be held at the notwa/df Henry N. Crisrrian, in West Dimock, on Tbesday eyening, FeK. 29, tor the benefit of ¦ W?a,IL G. Harn d nnd Abel Wrigley, An oyster nupper will be provided to which all are in*it«l By order of Coic. Ditt<*k, *eb. 23,'.l879wl; •-.¦;¦x CLAWiOVAKT lIXAMrjCATIONS FftBB. Ther! is, bo aohject that requires so much s»ud^ nbd experience as the treatment of. cb ronic. diseiises. Tbe astonishing success and remarhalli cures perlorraed by Dr. Butterfield, arc due «to thecift of clairvoyance, to the lifelong tt^dybf the constitution of man, aud the earing of diotocestrora natural rem...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Tbe HarKets. \ew York Produce Market. ReportedEvery Wsek ExprcsBlyfor Th» ^oaTBo*»! DiMOCBAT by Shade* &. Server, Produce Coromis- ! ulou MwchantB. 2o Whluhall Street, JSewTork. i Hew York, Friday, Feb, 18,187^ . zJ'a \--..:,A butter,1'-, a '¦".ax-Au,^.\ Receipts last aix days, ,|...... .17,945 pkga; The arrivals of really fine State butter continue very limited and holders are strong and gener-i crally able to obtain extreme prices from those who must have quality at any cost. 'JSt:-iteDairies,'fine........!........81 @ 33c Slate Dairies, good to prime... .27 @ 30c .Slate Dairies, fair to good.... .23 ^1 26c State Firkins, choice, selected..31. @ S2c State Firkins, good to ptime....27 <& 29c \ State Firkins, fair to good.... .22 © 25c ' State Pails, dairy, choice ......— © —c '.. j SutePails,dairy,goodtoprime26 @; 30c ; State Pails,common to fair... .22 @ 24c • I CHEESE. , [ Receipts last six days .......18,722 boxes. Business continues rather quiet, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which the Centanr: Liniment will not relieve, no * welling they: will not snbdne, and-no lamCne** . ' which they wlllnotcure.Thl*l«8trong j langoaue, bat ;lt Is true. They have. ' . ¦ :u produced mOre caies of rhenmatleaa, .. I neura]gla,lock-jaw.pal*y,8prainB,swel' ' I lings, caked breast*, scald*, burn* J salt rhenrn. ar-»!«he, Ac;, upon the hnrnan frame, and o strains',;spajrn, galls, etc., upon animal* in one year than have all >ther pretended remedies since the world began. They are cohnter-irrltant, all-healing, pain reliever*. Cnpilea throw away their crutches, the lame walk,pol8on!(u»bit«B arc rendered barmle**, and the wonnded are sealed without* scar. The recipe ie.pn.b-Hahed around each bottle. They sell a* no article* ever sold before, p ocause' they do jnet what they pretend to do. Thof«wtionow *nu*er from rhenmatism.pain.or swellinc- dei( rvo to suffer if they will not use Centaur Liniment, wl ite wrapper. More than 100...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

T6r« E!*iit«>n rer^ery. Waseihgtos, T?*bru*ij 17.—Th» trdc-rfor sha aitr»<Ji*ion of Ej D; Wir»- low for torgary waa mfide ons at She Stab Dfpeitwent. to-dsy. The ord*r i« in &e cgiitel form of each docameau and csabraces £« copy of the itdict'^sap t sgaitut Wioeio^, wiiich coatainSj {oilrtftru contito for forging aijicl uttbribg e v»u pieces of paper, and- wso tho affidavits of parties whole uanu-iu mtr« forged. Tbeee fitete were certified uadt-r th« seal of-ti:e.B:tgton court a:»d Commonwealth ol-M&seachusatt». ,Thf r'^uisiti oo xzhs placed .in the bauds of •Albion |P\ DeaYburn.a, goy^rntnent epeeial ageiit;.wbp le,ft for New York to-night to Bail Satbrday' for Europe, earring with him anthoity to receive the pria >ner, who is in custody in London. Th^ amount of the forgenjes riiurnerafct'd in the indictment i*:abou| thirtv-fivethou&trid dollars. J i

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