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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Authorized Capital, j- -: $500,000 00 Present Capital, -j - 10Q.00O00 flM NASAL BA1 MONTROSE;PA WILLIAM J TURRkLL, Prmdeiit D. D. SEAR IE, i Vice President N.: L. LEND iOIM, ¦ j - -:';' - •'".' Cashier • Directors. \ WM. J. TURRELL, ID. D. SEARLE G. B. ELDRED, M. S. DESSAUER ABEL TURRELL, Q. V. BENTLEY A. J. GERRITSONI 1 Montrose.Pa E. A. CLARK, Binghamton, N. Y E. A. PRATT, ! New Milford, Pa M. B. WRIG HT, Sus0,hehanna Depot.'Pa L. S.LENHEI&I, ; Qrtat Bend, Pa DRAFTS SOLD JON EUROPE.'."., COLLECTIONS MADE* ON ALL POINTS , '¦ _,_ Le I SPECIAL DEPOSIT^ SOIilCITED: Montrose, March 3,11875.—tf 1 :•¦¦- ¦ - ' i ¦ . . , , . ¦ ' . J •»''•'', . , , , . . . . . . . - . . •'

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Figures I>o Not Lie ! \ SEE FOR YOURSELVES. OUR NEW PRICE LIST FOR SPRING AND SUMMER OF 18713. Heavy cottonadc panto, $ 1.00 Stout wool-mixed pants, $ 1.75 to S.W Good all wool panU. ' 8.00 4.0U French caesliuere pants, 6.00 7.50 Beavy worklrigmen*? snlta, 7.00 10 W Scotch cashmere mlts, jj.00 12.00 Ilarrlfcassinieiefnits, 13.00 17.60 Fancy check and stripe anite.' 10.00 90.00 Black frock coats, 6.00 90) Black drees coate. Imported, • 10.00 14.10 Black clot hve*tg,! 1,75 4.00 White linen veets, ..-¦ 1.S6 • %M Boys' Suits, 3 to 9 years. Boy*'cotton mils, . 12.00 ^ 4.00 Boy*' mixedimiUb. 4.00 AGO Boye'fancy viooUnlts, 6.00. 1CV-0 BqyS? St'ixs, 9 to 15 3 ears. Boy«*N!bwti snlta; ' $ 4.00 17.00 Bay»'fancy aulU,,, :: - ,. ' 7^00 10« Boys' flnest rawlmere «nlU, , 8.00 14.01 Yonths'nuita. all Btyles, 6.00 SO." Good cotton BhlrU, 88 Good overalls, M Good robber Baspendeit, ' • And all other Qooda in proportion. The above price* are Jbr cub. only, and are quotd lor cuBtomera from a ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

/pUNKHANNdCK | ^^-.'MAR-Bti^^Sks.-HUR^lSraiTE, Mantifactnrers of and Dealers in ITALIAN'-% AMERICAN MARBLR MARBLE AH0^8La.TK MANTtES. '¦ ir ••'•¦'¦' ;'¦• ¦"¦:¦ -.:'—o— "i SCOTCn & AMERICAN GRANITS i^'.-JiisHfipeelaltjv . Cr*Ceinet«r7iV)UEiiclo«wl.0r •*•, C..'»TJTOI8,-;-. •.;-:;.;?.;'< :''¦'-'= . Oao. .WHBf . T«nlttM>^ock. ;l>s,. Jsjs. 1», ttW.~ly • "¦*¦¦- ,1 11 1 11 ¦ - - ijr 1 11 1 .ji- mil ui ... . i 1 ' ' ' ;|VK:Wi:6idi^-7$tAib per yard at 0b*»? I'Johtftvr., ¦/.¦•:' ;¦ ¦ ,'M;/ i'-.' ' \v''-"'" ;Wy^y>-,:-r " ' \

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

¦ rpsE ¦-¦- ''y\. -iyy y - SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY iu^^;t|ip Having been reorganise^ nnder the Arm, name,*and style of Sneqoehanna County Agricultural ' . Worka; limited, v >< R.Jbwbtt, Pres ,"¦'_'¦' j WiH,c4oPERiTreM.i . D. 8ayb2,:Secretary. •' <^;---.;/—• Are now prepared to ^th^isii, on Bhort notice,! :-1.' ^tatiipaifp^ CIROUtiAR SA^ Mil LLS, TURBlifE WA^KJ^JaEELS^ yy'y And do allkludeof milliand job work promptly and Batiefactorily.at low rates. Wts manufacture and have on hand a large aBBonmeht of l> T - : V-'V W ^ W I1IPROTEP I L VJy VY ;"•©_; j PATTEK!\tS. CAULDRON KETTLES of dirTereht styl^, ADJ USTABLE BARN iDgtOR HANGrlNOS, MEADOW ROLLERS,: BLACKSMITHS5 FORGES POTS and GRATEB, E^OQ POWr . BRS for chundnp^pne and Tw» HoftePd WBRS and THRE^BERS; Pf^Iie latest »nd beat : -y' :.'-¦ 'J »P»tl!^'i.wr*B. ¦: ;: MottbPOW,Mt^i^l8W^«ii».:.;

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

SGR&NTOH SHIRES BANK, ; 120 Wyoming Avenue, RECEIVES MONK? ON DEPOSIT FROM COMPANIES AND INDIYlDr UALS,AND RETURNS THE »AME ON DEMAND WITHOUT PREVIOUS NOTICE, ALLO W IN£ IN TE UEST AT SIX PER'CENT. PER ANNUM, PAYABLE iHALP YEARLY, ON THE FIRST DAYS OF JANUARY AND JULY. IASAFEANDRELIABLE PLACE OF DEPOSIT FO[R LABORING MEN' MINERS, MECHANICS, AND MACHINISTS, AND FOR WOMEN ANP CHILDREN AS WELL. MONEY ! DEPOSITED ON OR BEFORE THE TENTH WILL DRAW INTEREST FROM THE FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH. THIS IS IN ALL RESPECTS A HOME INSTITUTION, AND! ONE WHICH IS NOW RECEIVING I THE SAVED EARNINGS OF THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS OF SCRANTON-MINERS A^D MECHANICS. DIRECTORS ; I JAMES BLAIR, SANFOKD GRANT, GEORGE FISHER, J AS. S. SLOCUiM, J. H. SUTPE^IN, C.P. MATTHEWS, DANIEL HOWELL, A. E. HUNT, I T. F. HUNT JAMES BLAIR, PRESIDENT ; O. C MOORE. CASHIERS OPEN DAILY 'FROM NJL.N-E A.M UNTIL FOUR P. M., AND ON WED NESDAY AND SATURDAY EVE ! NINGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCB. • I Feb. 12.IS1?*. .: |-- i • '¦'•.' ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

\TE\V 'ARRAXGESICIVT ! * TM Peoples Drat store. I. N. BULLARD/PROPRIETOR. R. KENYON.DrnggiBt & Apothecary. PATENT EEEDIQIWE EMPORIUM ! The underBigned.wonld rcBpectfnllyannounce 10 ell the people everywhere," that to hi* already extensfv Btockand variety ot MerchandUein theGrocery Pro vn>!on,andHttrdware;line.' "wwen.rro-He has added a v-ry choice nonnrtmont .rnrm fumerV^^' ?"J«w4, BjSSSItf.fg ' FUMERY, &c. which he lluttero hims II he can aiwr^ thepnblic they will find it to theirZvantaKftoe^m ine fiefore puchMiuS else where. To all •Ph»JclS?7a this section of the county he"would rpitiZ.»h.n. nounce that he has secured the se-? cefor H Sll™' acknowTedgco care and ability, enffihim to tom «B tire confidence in: the lineol componndlng mldWnei or preparlngprereriptionB, and who wonKo esteem it an especiaf favor to receive calls-fron ant ' of lH -uatomers or new ones. Will make the Patent Medl /Inesa specialty. ; Also Domeslicand Fore gn Jlincr Watcrs-an extens...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 22 March 1876

Mlscellaneons. I MONTROSE I l^iHDfG';::;. MILL '%f,.' '!' ¦ ^ Ajrph;, ;•- ¦ ;•;:. ¦'¦-. ¦ ^¦;-^MM^1y*Rpf ¦ In order to better accommodate' th«/comninnif» .•. nndcreigi.ed has esublished a depot for the 2i Lumber Mannfactored at hit uetriy-erect*d bnlim! of the Old Keelcr tannery Site, in the: , - "uHlr8on HEART OF TOWN where will be kept constantly on hand. A full stock o( WI^ITE AHD YKLLOW PINE, ¦ HEMLOcir OAK, ASD, MAPLE AKI> LLACK ' \\ALKCT'.L0MR£R, , which.wlth the aid of the moBt.improvo<< machlnev .*.* competent workmen.is prepared to worlftntoaiiv IhMl to meet the wants of CustoinerB. . 7 p* WELL SEAiBONED L'JMBKR, INCL'IDlNa smrxo FLOOHINU. CEILING^ SU1NGLK AND °' LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Planing, Matching, Monldiiigs. and Scroll Sawlno cone to order. ««wjug tit, Map ana in •.--• ¦ . ¦ " t~ In connection wiln the above establishment. nn<\ct th» management of Mr. fi. il. Roger*. Examine our" or> belore leaving yonr orders elsewhere. Eeimir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

. ' ""ij- -./jL-'yOBflil.'i'-•.¦¦ ,-< . —,.—. i ; .' ; X vOI.CME of the New York Mirror of 1847 contains the foliowiag poem, written by Mjs* (hjgbmftri-' A nofeBtatw^tUat it'w'asfwrUtett (to seeing a pidmeof* peasant boy, with a tnade on Ins shoulder trudging to his daily toil Ils Peru8a! Wl11 sai'8fy l flat lady's numerousadmirers that she was not only an map-«roachal)le reader, and aneupeqjuaJed actress,' Was^t..^eta8j^l|-| ! j||f^ . ¦ | ^ ' ' ;/ , ¦ > THE ipBAS^TTf''AA^rf,. ¦ ' ? '^--v. There's'yoe'ry, boy, in that step of thine, I Firmly and tree on the green sward pressed ; ?. , I ; > . ¦ And the locks thWoVer thy tentplesi shine Blow wild in the wind of the sott1 sou'west. Care lurks not, boy, in that laughing eye j, ¦ Noffdwhs.o'ercastthy;forehead'ssnow ['' And tlie mellow tints'bt, the "morning sky Lend to thy cheek an eloquent glow. Thy heirloom is(purc, unbroken health, A cheerful ueajt to endure tliy toiK; ;•:¦: Ami »ll thou/needest of this Wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

KEEPING UP A BRIDE'S SPIRITS BY GRACE THORTON. "MOW LET us do oar utmost to keep up i\ Kelly's spirits and make her wed dirig a truly happy one," said aunt Angelina WethereDj to her nieces;' Katearid Lina. "You know she_ is your prphanconsin and having spent most of he* life at school she scarcely knows* what hriroe means. Of course I need ibt tell you how anxious lam to keep up her spirits. Your poor mother means wjell,: but she never was very lively; aoja you two girls are so thougtless, that; I feel the great weight and-; responsibility .of the occasion lests on,me.".'.'..-'. I.:..',-Miss Angelina, an ancient andvery fossy spinster- bridled up arid looked most important hs'she spoke. x ''Weil, auntie, I don't [take euch a very solemn view of it," answered Kat<-, lauding. "Nelly herself <ioesn-< 'seem to be depressed or lowspirifced; on the contrary ehe appears very, ditjpfeful' ami ieyideufli looks on; Alfred hs the sum total of rfet earthly joy, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

¦¦ .it!: v- - ?*•» it r •'"¦:'•. i^ ,ri;; jLT»»!l'j.'i;«>i.'»!i''.*ni! - . ¦ - ¦ ,¦,<¦ ' . I -'V,;-;-.; ¦.-!<;-;.,• ;:- fllrSf; »|BHU;I<!> V^-Vt .^ ..v.-."i :¦ ,• .". ¦, --•¦->; ; If" V.'M V.» 'i!U t«l J.siw,- '. ."> -; XI all women were aa coohacd matterof fact as Mrs. Stum r^BiitsHe'iS^orie ojf a thousand. /She was -.'6*^' <at Mrs. Moody'sHm-^Macomb^^treetj-the-other day, her iron-gray bajr'.c^mbed down fiat and her spectacles ; adjusted to gossip ruuge,i when she^suddenly;rose and sitid: M "Mrs* Moody, be calm. ."Where doyoii keep^ the"camplior bottle ?" . . " '. ""Why'?»; asktii ' t^ : stipj-ise^: Mrs MoOdy.-rui: ¦ .;»¦-¦¦'.•;: <•; ¦ '-j':-' ,?-. uu;- ;..i.=s ..!¦ "Because they are? bringing your h us* band through the gate, on at bo^rd 1, I think he'i mashed deadj. but. be calm about it,; I'll stay right here and see to things^'--" i •¦.vJ-.-:|».:,«f.'i.-Mn:.-; _v: ... ¦> Mrs. Moody threw! dp -.her arms...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

&HE JJeMOCRAI? pububhbd rv*bt wb^nbibdat mobsiho* v atMohtbosb, Svso/a Co.,.Pa., by ;;, KAW-LBTr'A oitrrsfinRi editors A PROPRIETORS*,v • ' At two Dollar! per Tear1 ia Advance. •TO ADVERTISERS:—The DaiioCBAr as an advertising medium Is unsnrpaBoed , in this section. It reaches the Farmer, Mechanic, and business man. Its Circulation Is constantly Increasing, ahdjits advertising rates reasonable. Rates will be given ft our office or by mail. UOB PRINTING :-Ouroffice is supplied with four printing presses,together with a large variety of type, borders, fancy inka,? «&, with which we are prepared to do work in the but ttyle and at prices lower, than any competitors in any section. Namples shownjand estimates cheerfully given at.our office. Work ordered by mall will receive propyl attention. ¦ <-.j • ; E. B. HAWLEY. • - W. 0. CBUBBR

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

- - . ..... ... . t_ — T ' —' «•...,...-. ¦— ¦ —• 1 j , ' A QUESTION. ; ; : There is a question as momentous as any ever before the American People to be settled, ifpossible, tlusjcentennjalyear, and that is, how to rescue this nation from the vortex of official corruption which has been constantly diminishing the circles of salty tq a Republican form of government, in the few years last past, This is arquestioh that cannot, with salty be left to the control pf omV-seekers and office-holders but it | must be taken in hand by the honest patriotic masses, with an eye single to the menaucing dan-? gers and impending responsibilities.;—There have been times -in the history of this nation when political mistakes were of no vital moment to (the country. But in the present condition, where finandial oppression and the foulest frauds and corruptions stalk abroad in the ^ lancTwith even a possibility of being able to continue their sway^ any mistake: amounts to a crime. Never in the ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

¦;¦ I *<r~"¦"'-' -;r--; '; ^iv" INDEPENDENT $BMVBLI* :ff>-? ^VANimmONl^M:] \p: ; . ; ,,,,, [The Philadelphia Times an;^ intlenendeist Republican morgan ahdiionei; that dugbt to know .whereof-xJit v^pe^aks ^ays the folio wing high compfthient to the Lancaster convention, which should have more force with the people than any s^riclly.pMtiisah^' exp^ression.- : • r | ^The Lancaster Convention made short Work of the Pilgiim jobbers of the party. The Democracy of Pennsylvania has shaken off the shackles ot the past* and, cUaririg itstlf trum"thViuire- into which aln imbecile and dishonest leadership would have brought; it, stands on firm groiihd^V last. ^ ; The defeat of Vite Philadelphia crowd is a small thing in itself, but it is a grciit thing-as an evidence that the\ Democratic party iri Peurisylvama has thrown of! entirely this distrusttd leadership, and treed itself from the power of the jobbing politician sjvho have so oftehbrought disaster upon: it.,. ,:, , , ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

•¦ ¦' • j ¦' . ¦ • - , ¦ . ,: * ;"," THE CUP IS FULL. There is no corner of the land that does not suffer under the heavy hand of dishonest administration. Stealage and corruption among government .officials, says the New Orleans Bulletin, comes home to every husband, every mother, and every child in the republic. It takes away a part from the market value of every bale of cotton,' every barrel of mclasses, every hogshead of sugar, every barrel of flour, every cask of tobacco, every trice of bason, every head of cattle, every package ot wine, every cargo of jnmber, and every product of mechanical industry whatever. Trie people are poor because their rulers steal. The people groan and suffer because they cannot sell what they create for its lawful' market value. The times are hard everywhere, and the causes of hard times are Our corrupt rulers.— Heavy taxes represent stealage. We pay tribute i'> political "brigand*".and <.{jicial pirates. Forty per cent, of all ...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

jlr. Mpnaghan in his; excellent speech op: the u^casibn of his election as perniantsni president of-the ^emopratio state cpnyoritipn at Lancaster,last Wednesday struckithe key-note of the coming presideutiai campaign in his concluding sentence, "Let us, in oar%.actionsJo-day, remember that the great neerTof the coiintry is honest arid upright hieh in office, and itiwjour mission; to supply that wapt."j Things haye come to such a pass in*the management of political |affairsthat the ordinary qpeatiopS of policy aooht which men differ must be held in abeyance,/pending: a necessary mbral purgation. It is of little, use to amend our laws or repair our cbhst'itutioni, if they are to be enforced; by a civilseryice so rotten, that no department pf,it]appear;o to.ibe any" longer sound or; Substantial. ^ It is to be; hoped1 that the jRepublican party which has done so iniich to debauch and lower the, tone of Ipolitical mp^lity will make a resolute struggle to reform itself by the nominati...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Advertisements New This Week. GILBERT S. JOHNSON, ATJ.CTION,EE!r; Address,' March 29, 1S76. ' Montrose, IPa T^ .LOTT. ATTORNEY ATvLAW, X • Montrose, Pa. Collections promptly]attended to. Special attention given to Conveyancing and Or: phans' Court practice. Office .on Public Avenu* over First National Bank, lront. [march 20, '76.] "PXECUTO^'S NOTICE.-Wjhereiis, -M-* Letters tei>t«nentary to the estate of Samuel Sutton, late of Spring*itle, dec'd. having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and nil person having claims jagaiost the tame, are requested to present them without delay BETSY SUTTON, Executrix. March 29. lR76.—6wl ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.--IN -^V the estate of John Bergln", late of Jiiddletown township. Bncquehanna Connty,. Pennsylvania, dec'd Letter* of Administration in the arid estate having been granted to the undersigned, ell persons owing caidestnte are requested to make immediate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

THE PROPRIETOR OF- jC. ; TAYLOB'SFAJlTXTlffiDroSrrES .-¦-. must be gaining renewed, confidence, in tl» o^clflqi which he prepares. A'l the articles. o« Materia MedJoj, which he now offers lor sale, Is^nlbftpriMlpalof jNP CURE NO FAT. Forem«tiun6nirttteaejr»lMblei|rtt cles, is TAYLOR'S CELEBKATRD ; Ott, lor P*ln, Lameness, Wounds or tores. In Maaior.Beast. ' Taylor's Condition Powders for [Horses, Cattip, Hogs, Shsep and Poultry. ' I" - „ . . . K>rrenovati4,gthe blood and system, of all kinds of Stock hi the Spring, nothing can ne better. Taylor's Cough Syrup for all throat or lung diseases. Any ene trying It will be conylrced of its merits. -... He also manulactnres the celebrated Indian Vegetable sticking Salve, which ean be obtained of any of his agents •¦? ¦ A. B. Burns. M. A. Lyon, and I, N., Bntlard.-are agtntafor Montrose. Any one buying any of the above named articles ana noticing satisfied, can return the empty bottleprpacaage and get their money back. [march 29, "1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

POSTPO\EMEXT J?" POSTPONEWE\ T Owing to the extreme stormy weather nil v.. vthe.rei&r sale ol the Montrose^StocfcI anoS?^ Het for that day will be postponed till 8aturd»i l*? 1st, whea. in addition to a lalrge lot «rf Hwffi'/jW* tie, Acji we will sell the dairy of chas. Warnw v^ consisting oi 9 first-class blooded Cows, In Bood'J&«-' Penons wanting to buy good stock, graiovil fe ' tod it to their fn^ercst to attend. f^t-ewcM h'»!ffi; . aUe, horses, young stock, gram, Ac, to dl.C£!F are Invited to send the same ft to these weekly «i~°^ Highest prices warranted, anc commissions loV »H In&rmatloaanplyto H.-BOSEXTU.AL * Montrose, March 85,1878.-1W Anetfeii-L ,i i i . ii / . QAftRt ^HE NEWS," < OBt, CARRY THE NEWS TO MARY " ""''' ANDEYEHTWDYELSEl 4 V ¦.: '-...'- •:. ; - • ..' ..:" FOR QOOD ^ NBWS is HEALTHY aim REPRKSHINQl HAVE MOVED TO THEIR NEW STORE, v..'-;.'- ^',.;:v:-;:..: •.-; -i Th^ First National, : j ; ; (Searle's New Brick,) l Where they will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Ttte Lancaster Convention, j „?, Lancaster, Pa., March 221—The neBiocraticx8tate.convention metipyPuUton hall at twelve o'clock, in. Honi Heri^ crick 1*. Wright, chairman of the state eontral committee, called the convention to order. Heooxxmkd:^aer and dejJo rnm. Hon. Win. E. Playford, of Fayette ias clectpd temporary chairman of theconvention bv an almost unanimous vote. Mr Playford? fetarn%$ $hatiks] ft* the compliment. Me advised harmohy ana advised the exposure of corruption wljerever it existed and said there should be; Bo liesitency in declaring for right principles. Corruption should bb investiga ted even if, it implicated;the tresider^of the United Stated ' \ '\^\ >•- *' By ihr adoption of a resolution the usual committees were appointed j an;organization on credjential8xand orKresblritions. H. W. Tyler, of this county, was made a member of the .committee on organization. Adjourned. ,'¦'..„" ' .; | The convention reasaeiobleld at h$lf past four o'clock. Rober...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

"RaMon" Caught at Last. THE SHfBPEST THIEP IN THE COUNTEX COME^ TO MEET EIGHTY-TWO INDICT-¦ MENT& ' '¦".-''; :. v . The New York World says: On Wednesday evening ah arrest was made in this cityi which it is believed will prove one of t|he .most important ever made, and whi^h will go far towards completely breaking up thetgang of bond,forgers whose skilful manipulations have disquieted Wall street at intervals..tor the last fo3^^ii|^\l'hfr^vur obfeft^ginators E#Sf^^perie8 of lofg^rie8i 'fl|moh embr^<^d«||iian4 'erfeiis on^the' bonds of the'NewHftirk, Buffalo and^ri^New York Central,'Centrai.railrbad of. New Jersey, |Central Pacific, Chicago and North wist and Union Pacific railroads, were Ahdrew Roberts, Gleasoii, Spencer Pettus/an-.nValter Sheridan, the last of whom is the individual who,afrer a chase of over three years, was captured at eleven o'clock Wednesday night at the loot of Deebjrosses street, while landing from the Pennsylvania railroad; ferr^ boati-r ...

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