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The Democ.ratic Senattirial Conferarce
of this district, convened at Coyne's.Rotel
in this borongh, on Thusday evening of
this week.• The - Conference;was palled to
order by P-: S. 9*•tbe call
of counties: the follocTint;9oitiferees pre.'
salted credentials and iiereadtnitted to
pats : - •
Wayne—Peter Barnes andL..D:
SuscitiebaunaL—G,:•.... H. Hariey and
After considerable iftionsual discussion
o f the claims or the two counties to the .
Senatorial nomination, the' Conference
adjourned. to $3 - o'Clock :Friday_,morning,
without taking a ballot. - • -
Pursuant to the'adjourhineut Thuriday
night the Democratic Senatoriat Con
ference re-assembled , Obyne'S'ftotel
yesterday Morning at' 81 ' - O'clock.: :The
ehdrman -announced nominations in
Mr.ltari - efriotiliniated: Eir e7e B: Haw
ley of Susiluelianta. `Mr.: Barnes
inatud. Hon. Hayward &Lob: Wayti•
There. being no further noianaiione,
they were declared closed; 1 • .
Mr. Hawley then rose and said,:
Mr. Chairman atid:Gen i tlprien..!- 7 ,4 'fully'
appreciate the magnanimity oft Wayne
county in conceding-to me . th e nom ina
tion fur this.same position two years ago,,
and I am satissfieW that under,the.circiun
stances,the-tiomination rightfully 'belongs' .
to Wayne at this: time.:: Now" if'.the Con-!
- ferees f-el that it would be bettr for the:•
interests of the party that'llo canclidate
should be nominated, II Cheerfully, 'with!,
4taw in his raverand ill, do. all that lies',
in my power to secure hii.el€ction.
Mr. BeachspOke : as follows: ;
Mr. Chairman ang Gentlemn of' the
Conierence—.l desire it to be understood
that, it is not from itny doubt in inymind
as to the justice of Wayne county's claim
to this nomination, or t of my . prospeetS
of carrying the full • party - vote of- the
county, that. I take the step that lam
about to take. I fully appreciate the gene
rOsity and niagninimity of Mr. 'Hawley
in the offep he has made, - but si,fter
sultation with parties in whose judgment
I have confidence, I feel that Mr.,
Ilawky would be likely to dariy‘a•pn
siderable, larger 'vote -•in Snsquehanna
county than myself - Ptieling assured - that
in the present crisis the Democracy of.
'Wayne will also give him a cordial 'Sup
pOrt, it seems to me proper Oita should
so far. consult the 14 terests of . the, party in
the district - as to yieldlto . t hiin thetriOmi- ,
nation which has been 80 .generouily
tendered me. .I therefore . beg leave.to
wit idraw in his favor, and eon
fereeS to. Vote for him. ,! . .
A balibt was taken, andAhe entire vote
of ihe Conference was cut for Air:-Haw.
ley. and he was . deciarel :,th,e.nominee. .. -:
Ht briefly thanked t o Confrrenoe for
the honor, andpie,ll
f..mselft6 - ttfe
his best exertiQus to carry, the districi.
Sns - cineh an aa - PepOt; %Ms. chaie.n:as the
for holding the ..ne2(t . CO4Prenc?,.
and the body adjourned - site die. frrityne‘,
Con ite!j •
SEXA.TOR TRUMBUL.,L VIE
PRESIDENCY. \ -
Ex United States, -Senator, Trumbull,
o' Illinois,' in his great 1 speech' at,•Chica
go. last week said: vi*
We have 'tried the laiptiblican party for
the last dve years and know it
_to be .a de
lusion. Judged, by its own' stanAard; its
"record" of, the l,ast'fi ve years,. it. is a fraud
and a cheat. Ti Deocratic . party can
do no worse. Nothingcertainly will be
lust in the change and. - much'• may be
gained. Reforin is its'watchWprd,andWo
have the action':of'the
• senzatlves, Whickwith • a liestileSenate
- and Executiie;liiis'iticcerifilialied
things, i 9 a Binkr. session. If Governor
Tilden PieSident, ix,will
the power hii - atimin nitration- to bllng
about,. the St., Tit/J.llB pl atkph pe i caitee
same - vote 'ihieh - erects him will Or:am:to
Congress members in accord
While t if. Governor Hayes ) is elected res.
.ideut; tnaY be is itian ti
on's to purify the Government,.reform the
civil servic . w94 reltute kad,4l4,ptirrency : ,'
wilrttiittiill M'"c4r ttelther; five- ,
sixths of those elete,d with him, and who
controie the varty- -Machine are op
posed, as we kno by trial,, to all such ie
The'itepubilcS,n majork ,
i 5,23,527, Again of
.3,2,93 ova- the' vott
of 1874. But it must . bL reinembero
that in these.,t o yfars,,the total vote in-
creased from . 46,849 to 65,600. While
the Itepublicanirote jilereade4,,:frOit
' 5824 9 . 4 6,000 'Zee DO:naniAti IP"ci n *iB.o
fromlB,2PBto•,lo 66p. Thsit'e.ist thejy-,
PublieatiB increse4:V, their: , v,ofe' , 34,':-Per
eelit., , the:Democlate indit.ased , their Tote
pahlican voieloreiribige to - be kperased
.4 4 4
1 91 , 04 doubtful staiea ivia the kePubliPan.
a mtH : l ,
P, 511 10 , r4
✓ t e‘ t
New York hos 20,010 43ew;boys.
Summary of News.
A trip through India is now easily
ttiade by rail.
Chhil]tgo gets gab for .puhlio use at 11.50
per thousand, feet.'
"The tin-can Makers of Baltiniore '< Are
On , a strike.for'higher Wages.
"A.lightning liar' is what the sLLonis
Times calls the agent of the Associated
pregs at Denver.
The.For:est Mansion company. of Ph
delphia, hive , rnade an assignment. Li
abilities $124,000 .
The:Austrian Pridde Imperial is about
to make an Ouoatiunal tour of Europe
'and the United States.
The ludianapolis mince meat factory
1,000,000 pounds of dyspepsia
General Crook says that active opera"-
tibnsin the Indian - campaign will begin
again -in ahont thirty days.
The'g vernor• general of Algeria re
ports to the Prenclv:government that a
'general nsereCtibli is iminent in that
.According to the • London. Times, tne
HOuge of..:Qcoinntis ~Prohably never had,
fewpryottng thenbf great, i,caliapity' . than
at present.. • '
I NOt only is drinking diminishing in
Massaclrueetts by, the pressure of hard
times, but temperance societies are col
lapsing:for want of funds:
A regiment of I.ndians,to be thoroughly
'drilled and ready for service in ztree
mpAtIA,. 'offered to
,the War &partition t
tiy - ,%tpta' in, McDonald, of California, was
declined; . • - •
Generel Branton T. Bragg dropped
dead' While crossing a : street in Galveston,
TexaS,:Tuesday-,. morning. 'He was •6I
years - of age The cause of hisdeath was
heart disease. '• .
Diphther'i'a issra:ging to an alarniingex
'tent in Sullivan county, New York, In
the towns of Bethel and ::Cochecton. a
large.riumber of deathei s have occurred,
prinaipallp among children. •
Anew counterfeit. twenty-cent piebe:is
in circulation.. Mere from . the gen
.-I.lmile coin . in appearance, being-of a bright
lead Colorand lighter in w'-ight, but may
be apt to deceive the incaution&
Out•of lour sons., lir: of Logan
port, Ind. lOst..three by:accidetital death,
two of, thetn: being kicked to death by
fractious horses, and: the other killed
a. runaway accident. One son
A new densus of Norway has just been
taken, Showing the present population to
be 1,815,000, an increase of :114,000, since
1865, when the last previous census was
taken. The population of Sweden is • 4,-
383, g9l. • -
The Freeholders of, Somerset county,
N. J., in anticipation of, a flood of -tramps
that is likely to Set in upon the cominu-,
nity with tho....apprOaCh of winter, are
seriously considering the projedt of build
ing. a ;workhouse.
Judge Gillis, of lowa, • is,•on a Ylsit to
the - Centennial: The' . judge, has lived
under-eighteen proiden :end outlived
bein all but one, and is still hale, hearty
and lusty.. :He , was aniemher Of the leg
islature of thiS state in-1841.
At Westil'eld, Ne\O, Jersey , on. Friday
widow narifried Pitcairn; figed . . 80 . years,
was • Marti, d to a'. clergyman, named
Williarns, and: . just as the - .final: worde of
theTeremoriy.Were pronounzedr the bride
. Was•struck' with not.ex
rected to- recover. - ,• .
2 . The Cher , • , keeand .other
ans . Territoty are greatly - excited
over-lhe propoiie(3,.moval of the Sioux
,intO:their conbtry.- IThPy say the Gov . -
ernment is :, : again- to Violate
treaty? stipulations by • removing
Indiatis- to their cobnty .without their
the\.e are over 2,000 people sick with;
.yellow. Savannah. , Besides..thes , ;
here,areliof. as . many ! more,do!n with
,other v fevers. It is estimated
that - there are - only about' 7,000 whites
and 14,000 negtos n the city at present.
The„fatally is notable arriong the wealth.,
ler daises latterlY.-'
: -Colarbet i whose property..has been , don
fiscated ;oh .account of his havin - g caused
the Napoleonic column in the place Veil
dokne, Faris, to be destroyed during, the
last ievdltitiori,' has renewed 'llisitein'on
striiCeis With' the'gdvernme E ntigiAilist his
septence„ thatheimeielf pro.
pdgedfhtit the monument should be re
m9yed.: to, the. In valik§., I • -
- .General Nywton„ in,a communication
the Comniissioneraco mmunicationof P t ilots, ,says the
reef at'Thillett's Poi fit hai bee n's iv4)t, nd
the.sttru,niary of the faCts, follOWS:
FrOrn` nice ere) tY 'feet dis
tifixed fremthe shore , line -.01 the Azle of
buoys the bottom 8144(3 radually. iYoni
eight feet:of ' , depth• at near low water to
tlvi4rity : feet. Outside the line of,lnpya
- tiothing:lees than twenty'f'eet of deSth at
meap..row,.iitate‘r was Observe4;, - :
're have bee4i.eiarniniiit the toe r r and re
port a ; thorough-break - up.:,
artera'nlonth?stielak; me' have'
the effiotal•vOte of the. State of Maine.—
The,rooSon mhyits.pn : hl;oatiou ,b4pbpen
so. j9llg 4 1itti c „tficC-ttit ins.tead
Of the itePuhlieuntniorityt . being
has.all along been OerSisteney claimed
.by our Republican friends it is just 11,-1.
6;03 - le'sS `than lt' was
at thopoyeraby's'efedtioii pro ding the
laii l PreeleVtial eleetion,, and .8,220 less
thug:in wst..o the o'9vpractr's-le,sion lil
on these figures, buti that sliaLl.have
toViagelifigPffin ItiCD.eruMiLlocolumn i
ngrxt,inunth. Tusti long Olgb4l),,hoys
There is a giiattlizte - comine , =
TAmtpgaocli , .47: o..QTQl3Eglil-:.•:1'01;„-:-.
OR CARRY-TITE IsTEIVB TO *BY,
"^:.`" - AND EVERYBODY ELSE I •
FOR GOOD NEWS Is HEALTHY AND REFRESHINO:
$•. •40 v
,„,„ - - tj ; >. 0
SHE., f 'FIRST . - - 'NATIONAL ._; BANK,
•VPhere'they will keep on hand the beneasebited stock of
pai.-c) - .ff1,4,2, - # - (Lif-7,,'
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
HOSIERY, HATS, 2ILLINERY
GIVE vs A CALL and we will slam nowny.—
Terms. cash or good paper_ 4pspectinDy.
NATIONAL DEY GOODS it "CLOTHING EXPROBIIIM.
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS, newest shades,
25 cents per yard,
- at S. P. & CO.•S. First National..
BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES, all- shades
8, cents per yard,
at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
BEST CALICOES,Inew styles and fast• colors, Of cents
at S. P. tt Co. l BlPirst NationaL
HANDSOME HAMBURG EDGING AND INSERTING
from 10 cents per yard up,
at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
YARD WIDE, BLEACHED COTTONS, from 8 cents
per zard up,
• at S. P. Co.'S First National.
YARD WIDE FACTORY, from 73¢ cents per yard
at S. P. & CO.'SFirst National. "
BEST SHIRTINGS. new styles:lies. per yard,
• at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
BOYS' READY-MADE. SUITS, from $5 up,
at S. P. & CO.'S First National.
YOUTHS' READY-MADE SUITS, from $6.50 up,
at S. P. &CU.'S First National.
MEN'S' READY-MADE 81HTS,Irom $8 up, o
at S . P. & CO.?! First National.
BOYS' CASSIMERE PANTS, from $1,50 up, i
at S.P. &CO.'s First National.
MEN'S CASSIMERE PANTS, fr0m.52.50 up.
at S. P. & CO.'S First National
We shallalso keep on hand Gents' and Ladies' Un
derwear of all styles; ladies' and misses'. Ready-made
Suits. As assistance to our experienced and artistic
milliner. we have - uguged the services of one of the
leading trimmers in'New York city, and we guarantee
our millinery department, to contain the leading styles
and trimmed in best city styles, and our prices lower
than elsewhere Remember we will keep a full assort
. eat of all classe's of goods generally kept in first-titles
stores, and our prices we warrant will be the lowest in
Susquehanna County. Our speciai buyer will be in
the market, at all times, and procure for us the lates t
novelties. Our motto will be. "Justice to all." Bear
in mind We have a NEW STuRE; NEW GOODS, and
the LOWEST CASH PRICES EN THE COUNTY. As
an inducement to make large purchases we will deduct,
(on demand) on all cash bilis of ill or more, five per
HAVE MOVEDTO THEIR NEW STORE
(seSle's New Brick,)
men's and Boys' 'Ready-Dlade
of all deacriptiona and latast etylesi
S. PILL lAN & CO.,
Come one and all '
Both gruat and small
And buy your goods
At,S. P. & Co.'s PirstNation_-all.
Respectfully, S. PILLIFLAN g CO
pirst National Dry Goods and Clothing Store.
Moterigre. Mareh 25, ISid. -
• ,The largest stock of Trimm6d Hats to
be ibund the city at the loWest Prices. ,
The Nicestt and mosty Stylish flats and
Bonnets in the city at ROZELLE'S.
The LARGI?.ST And CITEAPEST stack Old \ •
dles Cups out Sideot New York city, all to
be lound at ROZELLE'S.. Donl: forgot it,
that ROZELLE is selling the very: lowest he
Diseountl- all the '.,test`:of the
FRENCH - MILLINERY,
971 BINGHAMTON, .1 .97
Court - St. 1 N. Y. ' I Cotirt St.
Binghamton, N. Y., April 19, 1876.—1y.-31 -
Cll°l°E 'FR,UITS' AND VEGETA
' BLES AT • '
TriliiißAD OF N'A.yicti.iiON
. . •
••- • •
••PEACHES, I ' ORANGES, LEMONS,
Qt - p - pEN Tom A
''CANTELOPES.. , •
=•• . , 1 GRAPES ;
SWEET POTATOES ; ) WII6RT.LE
* ' 13E4RIES,
all at bottom pnees ,by . .
A. N, BULLARD'.
Montrose, Aug, N. •
REMOVED A, Di n
1 1311163 removed my „ ,c_
GROCERY ' - STORE .. ' - '
to thebuilding ' , •tottr doors above' the,'7lrisi
- Bulk; Public Avenue, (formerly - occupied by E.'P.
Statup,)wheru Dimyo enlarged my Flock of
`Grocerjew Provisions - ikc.
invite competition both in quality and price. Pleise
• P; , ..:•.•. -
11 , 114301 4 14. A l critti ItLk e
Airil /*iv -IL,: -
. .:; , : , ,-T.....Y.' ~,,,
,z l t- --; ‘-• -'"'-`.-;.. -`'
~il :• , , .l
JQBJ WORi& ;;
;.11 ', ,;:.e r: ,4 ''' fref*:' r 1:,-t
AT S OPSICeOUR&P
GOODS ! GOODS
Has jet received an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF MN'S',
, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' •
At prices to suit the bard times,
MENS' SUITS, S6TOS2S
BOYS' &YOUTHS' SSTOSIU
Alia a fine line of
DR* -. GOODS . ;
, - HATS iSc' CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES / YANK
NOTIONS,, FANCY GOODS,
Cheap for caih. No charges for_ showing oar goocla.
New Milford. May 3d.llErt6.;_tf.
"k++ , - • -
e r% 4 OA
C,ltiluing. Pminrizin!. Picirfecting;.s,tothing.
• • It retolerS efetrill akin roma t
s.;tt and lutitltnful. . It imparts It beativaid
• Pi:saltness to 111 , .! skilt, end forms an elastic
itlruref f 'hums. sra.l44.
ron.duit.., , s. tan. sutilaurn. frock- t 4
leg, liver spiits,:eriapp•si liala4;s6res, vileers.
on th • hands and feet. itch,
wet:1111w toes, itching lit
4tf the laxly. piles, corns. Also. relieves tho
itching and irritaW n of WHIT and stinging
itUssis. -- As it is especially adapted to the
I.KT, NLOISMT, and arm foam -you ran
take a Sulphur Bath ut pr , ..a.sure, For bath
ing Children, it is unequalled: Ladies who "
gibe It in their Toilet would never dirpithmit
it. It neutralizes the odor of persßimthsi,
and, a, an external roniedy. can scan:oy l,n fr
aced amiss.. Full direecious accuutottly each I.:.
Pries 2'7 Cts: per Cake,. 3 Cahift..... ECt C.
Lyra til 35 (:t3. CI-.
MAIN Dli:Pirr AT
T)r. Van TYlr.-Ice'r. Office,
slim by nu Drug 4..
TISE NO OTHER.
MWtir,OSYX 4.C itck 4 WrV ,,, a.i - vt , 4ov*W") , ites!'*tac*S)
• PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
Eggs for Hatching,; - 7 . , - 7:53 per,l3.
'Young Fowls for sate after August Ist, 187(3. at
reasonable' prices. No jttferior specimens shipped
from my yards. •
White Cochess. Ist premium at Jerecy. Fair, (Beriy
& Williams stock.) Buff Cochens; Berry &Williams
No circulars. Write for what is wanted and promp
replys wiLbe given. Addrce. •
C. C. GILBERT
March 29, 1876:-4m.
4013 - PRINTING
A SPECIALTY: • - •
With` oui four "preise,i, a large `'assortment' of
plain and fancy joblype; borders ; inks; papers,
cards, etc.; and 'experienced: workmen,: we are
prepared, to Op
t - All, Kind* of Jab ,Work
at- the , LONVET PRIOES.- .Promptly-upen.
eceipt of ,orders , (bY.D?ail or.otherwise l ) ; ;,.
. lve, -can fur 3 1.04 '
' "W e dding luvitatioris, ,
Eitvol9i)ei; Bill lTcads, StateMents,Mote . Reads;
Sex 'Labels, Show-Cards, Admissien
:;eta;:Ball;TiCkets, haw Vitanks,Auctiop,
Bills, Large Posters; Small Pest*, ,
Bottle. Labels, tailing' Cards',"Address
Cards; BuSinss Cards, latitiitiein 'Cards,
Pamphlets; Besliteis Circulate; Wrap pers ;Tap,
t. - .Dancing Prpgrammes, „, .
11A,WLEY C 1 USER,
' "Democrat 0
J.31,43AR11,118.? 6.14.4ND1Zte 4: N. Cei Po
xidis'ig de., Co
btc ..:.• .4 (t ,
[EBTA.BLISIIED IN 1840.1 ~:
V;; . .-
14.; , ,MAtTirrACTUBERS O7.„4I44iXINP,B.O?-1,4,1
i. , ,* - 11 . , :":". -, .:' - : , q -`,,:::,-; ;" , °i •Ct 4 '4: .',
' o ''''. ‘ 4 ' iI•:'''IVIANTLES''3'BI , O -l A : ' - -5: -. 1 *i , f,i.' ,,
. 3 / 4 .: .....,,-,
:!, :-.1::$31- - / - i.P . .:7.. iifi..-2.
26 Menage Bt., Near Detootk
much 8480, BINGWOON•11.
NEW FIRM, - :
Wiiia . ,.:;U:',:i.l3o7.l)_,„'/Ile: Co.,
(SVOCIDiISOD TO BOTD Voini,nr,).
Cook Stoves Ranges - Eteatr
1.11.00 name of a newtook Stove. just out, containing
a new principle biking, and .le. destined to make
revolution in the construction of. Gook Stoves. Coma
in and see it. •
As a heating stove stands without a rival, in beauty,
durability and econotny. Come and' satisfy yourself,
and get names ol parties now using them.
We take special pleasure in offering to the Wholesale
and Retail Trade. our desirable supply of Tinware. We
use none but the beet or charcoal plates. •
OUR WORKMEN' ARE EXPERIENCED !
• OUR STYLES ARE FAULTLESS!
-d• GOODS ARE WARRANTED! •
And we defy any to proance better ode for leas
A hill line of, Lamps of beautiful design. Also Chim
neys of every description. •
Flower Jars, Banging Pote, Churns, Butter Jars,
Preserve Jars, Jugs, Stove Tubes, ac.
Butts and Screws Locks and Enobs. Latches, Catches,
Doors. Sash, Blinds. G lass.' Building Paper. White
Lead, Zinc. 0118,•Vartishes, Paint Brushes, Spirits of
- Turpentine, Paint , of any shade desired. Also colors
for mixing paint.
A fall aesortment of Philadel •hIA Carriage Bolts. and a
!ratline of Iron zit* Bar Iran, Horse Shoes, Nal*
We purchase in Car-load lots, therefore can sell to the
trade in less quantities as cheap as any house in the
H..BOYD, J. H. CORWIN, IJ. IL COMM.
Montrose, MaTch‘ 15, 1876.
31‘tro.m . mwt,os:si
Inorder to better accommodate the community, the
undersigned has established a. depot for the Lade of
Lumber Manufactured at hit newly-erected building on
the",,Old Beeler tannery Site, in the
HEART OF TOWN
where will kept constantly - on hand. A full stock of
WHITE AND YELLOVir PINE, HEMLOK,
_ASH, MAPLE AND. BLACK
. WALNUT LUMBER
• Which,with the aidoi.lhe moat improved machiney and
competent workmen c is px,:paredto work into any Amps
to meet the wants of Customers. •
WELL SEASONED LUMBHR, INCLIIDING SIDING
FLOORING,' CEILING. SHINGLE AND(
LATH CONSTANTLY ON RAND,
Planing, Matching, Mouldings. and Scroll Sawing
done to order. '
in connection above eatablistunent. Ander•tle
Management of Mr. E. 11. Rogers. Examine onr work.
beton leaving your orders elsewhere. Repairing lone
.?..51cmtrose.. EletdeMber 29th, 1875: ' ' • '
, ,:; 'Li!, ,'•
The_ firm of E. psc.ow Co. tuilfing :beCadotiorfnXi; I
!i - -.:• .At ilie Aild.isiand:' , I - tin! firerptited:to ittilifiti::' , ~.."
, ' '-.., ..., ~• :-. ''._.. --:. ..,...,. ;.:41.iLkindo. 04. ~
:.;?:.v.;;:,.;',5 - A.w.;10.::".; . ,w,1,0.t,tirf0
At wholesale and .Retell Prices.
FRESH SUPPLY 'OANNED GOODS,
.constlinifi on band.
LARGE ASSORTMENT'OF .T 011; 84C. tit
~, .',;;.;• . .,-. 7 ''•'?.!;:i ~,,,- _.- . ... , .
Montroso, , .Nay - 84, ilfrple'r ; : :42 2 , , z . . 27,
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:fts , v•-• e.
( fI *r;:- 1.1 • / 3
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tectlar with ttuo iliontkvee 141 h
Railroad Vidtlad- D. 114 ' 1 .44 .4‘
Asp? 11 1 INTS,
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