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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

;.--.-j:-. -...''/j The Harkets.; ¦ y\ '\i-''y--; , ' . '.' , '' ' ./; ' ¦' ¦ —:-' ¦"'¦' -¦ "" . - ' ' ' .; " ' ' , ' Xew lork Produce Market. •;.:?;Oi1 ;.;' • ¦ ¦, y\ .'-iu? ".-.! '!- - -.; . -j-«; ^ »-.';¦.•'; . i-Reported Every W«e^ BxpreB?lj fin Tjrb M^btwb. . dkmoobat by Rhodes & server. Produce Commlaf aipn-Merchints. 88 WhiuhaH Street^ewX*>rk. ,. /;; ,;/;;' .'/¦ Ne^Tork, Friday, March' 31,1876.1 "//;<vp/ v/^IV'^^Wer././//-:^;'''- ].''.r"T* ¦ ''¦ Receiptslist six days...'...;. ,1;1,573 ^kgs,// New butter is gradually increasing in supply, andthough ijhere is.as yet demabJencjugh to take all that lis conling'iii prettv fall figuresjstiil at the preserit rate of iricrease/it ^ill orily be a shOrt|period:! :befo-ej receipts will/be..m'oie/than. ample, and/with this fact in view, receivers are disponed to be tree [sellers. . ,1 | !- 'NEW.'nUTTER..' "-'•;''/ , -Pails,State,prime............1.M <& .42c; Pails, Statje, fair j to good......&a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

: / :¦'. X>eT3tO__*S ' ]: "':.-!¦. .; r-"..'-."-! .v1.*'-'^"- '' '¦¦: - .-/. -'Z7/" :?y :./-y_ :• ¦'¦ •."¦": ¦ -.:V"rP?:'......- --i-.V..'!".':.'-..'.// AH^Y:yAyyiyyy^ Are notified that their, 1 APCOUNTSMUST BE SIITTLEi) v^.:!o^^^^^^**^_ri'»i'''','i yy. or they will be collected bylaw' ' : *' . la i COOPEH; LATHROP ftpOMSTOCK, i .Septe^er 29,187J5. . , 5',.',,.,.; j AJBBigneeB. /T^HB PROPrtlETOB of^ily%yJy X 1 . TAYLOR'S FAMILY ilCBpiGIllaiS '->:, • mnst be gaining renewed coofldence in theSpeclncs wh,icj| he.prepure*. A'l the articles of.^Caterla^Sledica, whieo-tie now offers-tor sale, ie on the pri-clpal of- My CURB MO PAY; Foremost among thete YafnabteartrclosTJis TAYLOR'S OELBBKATED: ;«>ILj|«r Pain, Lameness, Wonnds or -ores, in _laa or Beast. ; .Taylor's Condition Powders for Horses, Cattle, HogcJ Shaep and Ponltry. i i : . • .•- FinIrenovntii cthe bipod and system, of all. kinds of StocM in the Spring,'nothing can be better. -¦'¦'- ,? $. Taylor's Cbagh...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Legal Notices. SHERIP1?S' 8ALES.-BY virtue op wnts issued by the Court, of Common, Pleas, of Susquehanna County and to toe directed, I wiHeXpo*. w -aaletby. public ^yendoe;! at the Court Hoascla Montrose on: Frldav. April 14, ,18TO..ar one o'clock, p^m., the following pleoeaor^arcels 6f land.towit: i-t11^a4eer_fi?, pl_?eoi;P?;rcel ot l«nd situate in the twp. of New Mllford,ln the County, of Susq'ajiad State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follow*, to Eh;. nffl"?^1 * *cftPut sapling, acornorof a tract tf land In the warrantee name of \Fohn Hancock bBd.A_,n fJ?nncttn' tben'cwby Mfd Duncan.^varrantce, £SJlk^?_.iegree«Lea»tfi! _.nn.d 'our-tenlhs perches to ttato-e corner,thence by t)ther lands of Georee or Silas.'•quiresBouthi 8!ltf rdeerefs ei»8t 133.perches to a po ut to the nlddig/of the read leadingirbVSummersvillcfo Susquehanna Depot, thence by the middle of said roid westerly to a.point where said road intersects the southwest line of a tract ol land in the warrantee n...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

^ . Caytjga Plaster. Fresh, and fine ground. A large supply. For sale by J. R. Raynsford at Montrose R. R. Also lime by the barrell.j .'. Montrose, April 5,1876mol, Lots of New Goods ! l Stacks of New Goods ! i Loads of New Goods! Akrivikg EyEn? ¦ Houij Ajsp .Sellesq At ASTotJND-SGLY LOW FIGURES AT . GOTTENBERG, ROSENBAUM & CO.'sL [Particulars next! week.l Weeks, Melhuish & Co. have optned thfeir entire new stock of; JDry-Goods; Clothing, H^ts arid Gaps, Boots and; Shoes, xankee Notiohs, &c, &c. One door above"new brick building, Public Avenue. iPrjces greatly'reduced. ..Now ^ t he tini^ to buy. goods cheap. j Wfeks, Melhuish & C6l Montrose,April5,1870, v .'•'-.-";'¦ ; J Montro-E Graded School. '-•";"¦'. i'-i The Summer Term will, open May lst,.ahd continue nine weeks. Charges: $3 00 to^5 00 '—according to grade—-payable in advance. No pupil received for leds than:half a term. '.' For further pariiculara, apply to , ¦ ,: ¦ '¦ ,'"¦ \ ; \ ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

ftmmmmmmmmmmammtmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm [.Continued From First Page], make it*up to you, poor child. We will be married again to-morrow,, that we may feel it as sacred and real, and I will keep all the promises; love onlyjthe—put your arms about my neck, Nora—loye me al-, ways *, God bless you for being So go0<| to my poor mother." :| : ¦":'/¦, -liy And on the morrow they were mamed —married more truly, tanking tbeiif sacred vows before the minister of God; and, loving each other, their liVfs; henceforth were beautiful through aHi.thc tr.iala and hardships of their humble lot.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Raisin? CHIckens "By liaiitT*. |ariu awl §wehol& M'r. T. B. Roeere, the famous iioultry raiser at Wethersfield, Ck>nn., hastens <h1 the precise thing." and ha, in vented what he calls an ••artifictal;mothei*,Mfor the rearing of vonng chickens. He estir mates that at least 'fifty per cehvoj chickens hatcheu are lost by suffering from, cold, by being stepped on by their mother, and by cats and, other animals, and in various other ways. Heal3o«_n_a that chickens to be profitable, should be hatched m the winter.' He hatched three oroods in nine weeks with one hen-—that is, lie takes away the- chickens as .soon as hatched, and places fresh eggs under the hen, and in this way keeps her Imsy propagating chickens- Mr. Rv»gor's next move was. to get some; invention that would take, care of the chickens when hatched, and he has constructed wiiat he calls an '-artificial mofcBer." This a box with two compartmeuts. and about three feet long by two and a half wide...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Over-doctoring Hogs. / ,G. E." Meheery of Shawnee Mound, Indiana,write8 to the Cincinnati Gazette: "I must speak but in deFenjse of thy overmuch medicated hog^ x' Farmers, don't make drug stores of your hogsJ If they have a cough it is because they nave been misused in some way. Giye a: hogv half a chance and he will get fat, and keep in the best of hnmor. I think I can go on a, man's farmland if his hogs eongh, and have to lean _p:against his corn-crib to squeal, I can soon tell htm 'what is the cause! of ,it. ! FiMt, his hogs nave not got a good bed, being either wet or dusty. If you want to kill a hog, put him in dust. Let him sleep with his nose in the oust so he can get enough into his lungs to inako a good potatp-patcho- tbemi. Feed him in the dust.also, ;if yon think the dust bed will, not doxthe job up soon enough. "' j'.. -h; :- ! ¦ ..'.'- **T_ien in the secpndjpiace, I think yon will find he is trying to see how little 09TD his hogs will {consume and still sustain ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

lighting Ram*. A correspondent of the \Ohio Farmer says i * At certain seasons-, of the year, rams are apt todevelbpe their combative propensities, and those who keep several of them together often have trouble on account of their injuring each other. It is well known that .they always' "back up" to get a start to;butt." Stop their backing up and yon'disconcert them erir tirely; To do this, take ^ light stick (a piece of ^room handfe will do) about two _md pne-ii^lf feet long. Sharpen one end and lash the other end securely to his tail; the; sharpened end will then draw harmlessly, on' the ground behind as long ashis majestygo-eg straight ahead about bis business, but on the attempt to f'back; up" he is: astonished to -find an actnal brake in] the-re_r.^ Don't langh m^^^9i"9^ii$i^va^»»*'!?ut if yon have a bnttingram, tryit ^ and the time to laugh mill be when ybu:«ee him jump ont -idewa^Sj an _: whirl round and round trying to inspect the machine, which will keep behind Jiim,,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

Business Cards. ; DR. ELLEN E^MITGHELL, PRYslcian and Surgeon, graduate of the Woman* Medical College ot tho N. Y. Infirmary, then resident physician for ft jear;ia the Woman'a Hospital in N. Y.: after four yeah*' practice In Fon du Lac. Wisconsin, has located in Montrose. Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Office at we foot of Main Street, In the old David Post homestead. Montrose. Dec. IS, 1875.—8m*n50 HD. BALDWIN, M. D./ HOMCE • pathij: Physician, has located himself at Hon trose. where he will attend promptly to all profession al business entrusted to his'care. ISfOmce In Car malt's building, second floor, front. Boards at Mr. B Baldwin's.- Montrose, Pa., March 10,1876. Da, W. W. SMITH, DENTlST.-r-Rooms at his dwelling, next door, north of Dr. Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be happy to see all those lu want of Dental Wor.k. He feels confident that he can please all. both in quality oi work and in price. Office hours from0_.ii.to'4 p...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

.: . ' •¦-,.j5', .Ranking,t-fojr; -, }\xf^( ' ' | ',;',- ,. >0*..> ..!¦-.•.;-"¦:- I MONTROSE, fA; , GENBR4l BANKING BUSINESS DONE. COLLECTIONS MADE 6n ALL EOINl1 ^ AND PRQMPTtiY AGCOUN-;TEDj FOR AS:HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC AND FOiREIG-N EXCHANGE FOR S^LEj ¦ -,.;:,)¦ UNIT_.DSTATeF& OTHER BONDS y, BOUGHT AND SOLD. ; ,; COUPONS AND CITY AND COUNTY BANK CHECKS CASHED AS ."/USUAL, i' :' '¦''¦ OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGETICK-• ' ETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. ¦ ..-( . ' ' ' . ' - INTEFIEST ALLOWED JON SPECIAL TIMEiDEPOStTS, AS PER AGREE-, MENT WHEN THE DEPOSy:- it is ma^e, ;„ In thd! future, as in the past, we shall endeavor to transact all money business to the satisfaction of our^atrons and co-respondents. ;' WM. H. COOPfiK&€0., Montrose, March 10 '75.«tf. Banker*. scBiioi savings mi 120 Wyoming Avenue, RECEIVES 3IONEY ON DEPOSIT FROM COMPANIES AND INDIVID^ UALSV , AND RETURNS THE SAME ON DEMAND WITHOUT PREVIOUS NOTICE, ALLQ VVING INTEREST AT SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

I ¦¦ ., , . , .. • I " - ' [ ' "'""*"* f.r n'^1 _fltl8_eH_j_eo_!_i j ^¦¦ -<--i---r__«©-OT_r^ '- PI,AN:ING^|;?MILL y.y•;... ¦''' ¦ -..',.y„:'yan»..; ^ .-y^ ;.,:\y \., LUIVTBER ^ARlixr ; V .:., ¦ .-; ;'ifui^ -;; -.¦-¦S.;.rf.'-';i^ ; ¦ --.;«-'i:; : »In order to better acobmmodate; the eoinmnnity, the nndersigred has|.established,a depot for. the -mlepi Lumber Manufactured at hit utewiy-erectedbnlldliigon the Old Keelcr tonnery Site, In the • ; j '¦!-.--' ,,', BUSART- OF.TOWN] ..:>. a^: Where will be kei>t constantly on hand. A full stock of WHITE AND YELLOW PINEi HEMLOCK, OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK j ^^ .^^l-V-.WjAJ^NUT-LUMBJpiR,.:; ,/;..' wuich.with the aid of the most Improved machine j and competent wOrknieu.is prepared to work into any hhape to meet the wantsof Customers.; ',',-.'. tWBLL SEASONED LUMBiSR, lNCLfn)lNG SIDING, u FLOCKING, CEILING. SHINGLE AND , LATH CONSTANTLY; ON HAND. ; Planing, Matching, Mouldings, aiid Scroll Sawing cone to order.-,' y" ; ' ;...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 April 1876

ai8C€llanerp8r g^It LYONS "&:C0f~~~~^~~~~--j' .S-&*I U.^^y.y. .¦<•.;,': ^ . ' iyy-. <:---',; V DEALEBS.-JSF ' j..-• v^./ .Y-.y-V-y.r- .'¦ : '.."':¦•,"-. •. ¦ . ;¦' ; pto^^OILCLOtHS: DRUGGET L,;: BATTINGS, WINDOW '' yi;yy.y-.yyyimAm^-ii,A y - PIPER HAkGlNGS AND ENAMi, t CLOTHS, COTTON TARN U , ; COFFIN TRIM. ' j ¦¦:-¦•'' -'MINGSi- . PLATED WARE, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, PAINTS, ° OILS, REPS, DAMASK, ALL OP DRr JAYNP's FAMILY MED1C1KES, TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, RUijBFR vGOODS, &C. 7 .. * ", v • ¦%.—... ..*^ I ! . ; ¦ -. \t \ ;;; a K lyons & co. :Montrose, January 1, iSM.'2' , . P J; DONLEY, \ Wo^'i8,& 50 Washlogton St., BIN«iHi3_TOSvIV. Y. ' Would respectfully call attention to thetrlargeito ¦ •' 3^ "CJ: _E_. KT: -C". *_? tJ,2EI33 which they are *elling: at from 1. lo; SO #r r»_t than heretofore. A foil assortment of . PAELOfii DINING BOOM and KITCHEN FURM TTJRB. Parior Setts, ftpm $60 upward. Chamber Setts boa WOunward. Mattresses f...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

HOMEICOMINIj. When brother* leave the old hearthstona And go, each oue, a separate way, We think, as we go on alone Along our pathway, day by bay, ¦•>; Of olden sceues and faces dear,f / - - Of voices that we miss so much, And memory brings the&%ent;neir, ;/•_/ Until we almost teel the touch ¦. 1 01 loving hands, and hear, once more, out/ \ The dear old voices ringing ,; ¦.. | As in the happy time of yore, * U V U :! Ere life had caught a shade ot doubt. .. If you should ol^eejjgainst your «8jr: Tbe shell yog*plunaered from thd sea, Down in its hidden "heart you'd hear •, Alow and tender tnelody, A murmur ot the restless tide, ..'.', A yearning, born of memory, i '; .! & And, though iis longings be denied, The shell keeps singing of the sea,*- And sometimes when old memories throng, Like ehosts, the chambers of our soul, -' We feeftheyearnibg; deep and strong,/ / { A loiicing we cannot, control, To lay pur cares and business by To seek the old, familia...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

i The I>ady Soap Meddler. .»i -¦¦'*¦- - . > _ . t -• > '' it {(Ypct may have notice^ her opsthe street say* tbe St. Louis Jlej>uMiwili'V&&iti from one hou^e to apotben.with a.basket briber ;&&.'' Ybo rpayhave seen that sh'eMe'Velf'spf^hU^atd^aitHorigh^l^ what atjtonfrftft vofce*abd<Ub: r»pt>rn tilfttt? ner, that sjjeba^iicdaBb^jf.'hrimorfl*!^ is, in vu.kar,=parla«cer;q«ite,u^^i»«ffif You may have observed ,her.. bouncing inWa^lac^asif in the fall determirjatidn to' bb'ft'nctr1 e'tei^oorjy. 'else4 out outofityari&you may also have observ-' fcd>f)f yW&av^waiemid her closely,, that; when she emerged she,has a little mor ¦money aiid a little less' soap than when, she went in. And,''.although''she is a woman, She prbsectites it with such vjgor and in Such a novel way that slip is unusually successful. '-'•:'-''}'' c: The otheT'diir^e~1?hTefear" a prominent house on IHmttbvgtreet^ Xt i...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

tlOl^oWHE VALLEY;t;v; BY CORA C. JENNINGS. "^ ma SY made » verf^ftSr' pi6t«V4:fli08e; J two stood there in the- grove at t0 left of Thornton House. The sun was, gladding its last Tsyi over field and moo1|t4n>#ifi ^«g»teirjd ad;%»oSI tlie scene wonderfully beautiful. A calm. gentle wind softly stirred the denscgrbWtrfJ of trees and lifted the hair from the pure forehead of the.girl.. She locked swert, at d was winniugiy lovely, as she stopd m«re, playing with the; lilies she beldf in her band. She was talking earnestly passionately ever and anon , glancing up into his face. .Ah! now the man's face darkened Jiis he said,— ,[ .: ^» "Then you do not lov6 me, Elsie or you could neyer: talk/ to me| thusj;: Dar^ ling do riot make pie1 leave you. I have loved you so dearly! 0 Elsie 1 U: this niir '.. ';::¦' ;i"; -'. -., -\. -;v .!:; He had taken her hands in his and diitwn her closer to himi.and she let him do ga Standitig there jbefdrex him s'she acknowledged to herself that...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

DEMOCRA TIC GOMyiTTEEMEEK ¦ ,-/-.'., ::JNGl,. ¦•. ,:,= '¦ : ': ^Pursuant to adjourn men | the Member* Pf the Democratic County, Committee assembled at the Tarbell House on Monday last, with, a ve^y full, representation. The meeting was called to order by the chairman. A de^p. Interest was nianifesied by all present. On motipi, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted, - / j Resolved, that a sub-committee of seyen) be%le'cted frouy the members o£; ihe county Committee to act' as an excutiye commmittee for the tran's?ictfpii of business under the direction Vol" t( e'.-the bounty Committee and that ' five members shall Constitute a quorum for the transaction fcf business. On motion the following named persons were unanimously elected ^members of that committee. L I , E. B. Hawley, OJ P. Beebe, John Bradshaw, C. C. Miljs, E. M. TiflW, Wm. Harding and George Harvey. Also the following; resolution was unanimously adopted : : / \ Resolved, that the j members or the county com...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

There is reasonable ground for the hope that the experiment of substituting silver coin for the fractional currency- will soon be trucK The appropriationjfpr. printing this money has run out any* Wil committee have concluded ;rW^ a view tp the issuing.pfcoin for the worn put currency as fast as;-!ifcr is'brought- in. About $12,000,000 in -jsilver coin and f^OOO.OOOih bnlJiQ^are on ;hand' the min t can coin ^QOtiJobp a, 3afm %. and the secretary ^ has authority, und^r the resumption act to buy bullion fob four and a hall per cent. bondsJ 'If the mint work fully tinie the. secretary/pi the 'treasury can have $^0,000,000 of silver coin on band by, the first of July. : It/would be'a good thipg to begin by giving the strangers who visit, the centennial, next sumn er Silver coin iiiitead of shabby frai t.ohal currency. It:is calcujated that w> long as gold remains below 120 the silver coin g\V// ':--&vEmmNp::g-;i ¦-., will remain in circulation. ^As it is not at all...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

A Decent of tfiiesi ' ,: Ottawa, OriuApril 3, iSVGlr—The lati wonthrful shower pi,flesh which fell in Kentucky a'short, ft rue . ago, has had its equal in an immense shower of flies which fell on monday last at Riviere du Loup. Pro leaser Herh/rt Large; %li D., of .Laval LTriiyeriiity, Qpebec, has Received "specimens of the insects wbicShad been rained down upon the surface of ';the snow. These strange visitors were forwarded to the doctor \u a bottle by Judge W. E. Taschereau, of Riviere du Loup, accompariied.by the'following letter:, Riviere du Loup en Bas, March 29; l$7*3.-r My DwrJ)mtor\ A veiv singular phenomenon occurrrd here" d.iring the nortb< ast; tempest »»f Monday. A shower of flies fell with the snow over a space .of several .acres. They .are bv the million wallgng,over the snow, without appearing to bifable jto fly. I sent yon a few specimens; You; will bei? able; to judge wbethei; it is worth wjailej to. classify them. In haste, yours truly,; •.; ..• ¦ .;'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

./fe cmNKTECVT ELECTION. '• Homer "Takes Wo Pr!d<^; In Put> v Hslilng Tlie RPInrns ": ^ , . I. \ ^x' ' ^^t.~^t^.^- 'f' He)Wox't Take Nutmeo In His'k. ; -.:. •¦//' . '..; ¦ ...' -. . / - ' . . ¦ 'i ^ ;- -'_ i j k is J s ' h AJ;' - ' I hi \t'{ *- H*itT*bBpMpril v4^-The total1 Vote pfthe[State4U. -^Monday.-with onlytbe^ town of Salem to hear fijom. which was last ypar 7^1tepu.blicaus-tb 72 Demo'cratsj is 98,-4JB5.' -Th'e* total vote; last year was ioo,o83. W'-v- --;;j:.'¦;i':r" ;¦"•'"•• ¦'•¦¦¦,;v, ; Tneffoltbwing^aretht tbfUla: -S iH-A Rbbins6n, Rep .. .....i...^.J.....!.. 1:1^3,557 IhperspH, Oemv.i..i!.;'...J...J.i.!:.i.•,iw,51,0tl Smith, jTein............... j .;..;[ 1,871 Aty/ater, Qaeenbaclc..-.;¦ •. .>.;,. .*'.*. .4.;i; i;986 trigerePH'sniajdrity,.f^..'.•'.;i.L......... 3^657 IngersPU's plurality'.....:.. '.\i.......... 7 414 The seiiate ^ stands Isjr democrat^' to 3 llepnblicarisaDeinocratjp: gain of 1; from last y|ar^ , |Tbe Liivver; House (including t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 April 1876

!' •! j»'-'v. .'*<>»/—-—• .../:.•.•< /A Ghastly Mystery- Stuyvesant Landing, |N. Y, April 3.— The people of this peasant little village oh the Hudson, were thrown ipto a greatjgtate of excitemeilt to-day by the announcement that a wooden box^ containing human remains! had beenifound on the baoks of the river. The body had been [ cut; into small jpeices bttt ;tbe remains Were evidentily those of a person recently murdered. The box was about five feet long and two feet wide, and Was made of rough! boards, fastened togetjVr with large nails. On one side were the words "Colledgje Place," painted with la marking brush and black ink. & name had been pumtedj above the words ColWdge place, but it had been so badly obliterated that it could not be deciphered. Dayid'M. Allister, Who found «he; box ii a mere lad. | He is the son of the keeper of the little'l\g\% hobse placed on the banks of-• tnre Hudsob to guide the river craft on dark aiad foggy bights; As ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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