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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

TOWN, GOtTNTY, AND VABIETY r Judge Elwell,of Bloomsburg; is presiding at our court this week, in place of Judge Streeter. '-" ''( - , ^ ''•'- " ——Rfcv. Asher Moore preaches at the Univerealist church, Brooklyn.evexy bunday mOrn-| iug and evening. ¦'.}'¦ , , ' -—~Repr^eh/ative Falkenbury yj\\\ please accept our acknowledgements, for the receipt of valuable public documents from the State Capitol. *¦. , '¦¦ .:. ¦ ..-. - ¦:'.;.-''i'' ' '• The Union Prayer Meetings will be continued each afternoon this week], commencing at half past ftWc^o'clockj andji closing^ at fojar o'clock. ;'. "¦"'"'¦'. y. A-. I .. i- f ' !'¦ .-—/The Erie Company are building some new locomotives at the Susquehanna chops.— It is the intention to turn out seven during the coming season. -The Valley House," Scran ton, has been Jeased by the several hotel keepers ot that city, who will close it next week, and not allow it to t*e opened again as a hotel. : —-The Wyoming M. E. Conference, which was to assemble in...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

County Bnsinesse Dixctory. > rwolinetln thi*Directory.one ye&T.$lM; eachadl dltlonallino,50cent6. ,¦;'.-, ;r? - '\ ' MONTROSE 7- * WM. HADGBWbUT, Sister, WholanU and ftetal* dealer in all kind* o{ slate rooting, elate paint, etc. Roola repaired with Mate paint to order. Also,slate painifor sale by the gallon or barrel. Montroac.Pa. BiLMNGStSTROUD, Genera-Fir» and Life fnra' ance Agenw; aleo.aellliailroaoand AccideatTlckct to Mew Yorkand Philadelphia. Ofllcu onvdooreart oftheBanfc. ; . BOYU * CORWIN, Oealernin Stoves, Hardware and Manufacturers of Tin and Sheetiron waro. corner of Main and TarnpibtBtreet. .-• &.. N. BULLAKD. Dealer in Urocerier. ProviiUuj* BookB,Stallone; and Yankee Notions, at head of r Public A.v«nne> \VM. H. COOPER & CO.. Bankers, eell PoreignPa?- sage Tickets and Draft» on England, Irelr. iand Scot. 'land.!* ;.. ] .- • WM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer all article nsoaUykept by the trade, opposite the ok. * JAMBS E. C AR...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

¦ List of Hew Ad«ertUwnenia. Vegetine. •¦•.—.-•.•.••. Public-Qrtg.yy?:?£ri?.v ¦ .',.p'Xvr. ¦¦ -;:.•-•...' Auctioneer— H, Rosenthal. PoultryT-rT. S. Whpivteroft;-,¦> ¦ , k* > „ UW-Henmaft^n"i--:,i*- Parkvale Mills—Ernst Skibbe. Marble Works—Burns & White. Farm to Rent—Tniimas Mains.. Business Card—B. Bacon & Son. , ; Misc^»ueousiA;rticl<»—IfaR/fiyons i& Co, T"""!'"' ijusiNK^ iMitir* "i" ., Gigars-E. y^urry.]: ¦ v.:-.j{.... ,]]]-.;k Attclioneer--H.-Ros.entb.aV. :;- V - k ,,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

ment in. his own- language, p*e> his o\^n signature and for which he is plainly responsible, is in> the nature of an official- docdnirati; 'Tb^rf Is an lafr about the responsible advertisement Svhich'sayk: "I want to trade ahd will give yba a fair Bargain." When we haveioccasion io;#d.veri3e]qiir1,bu^^ rial men; ion of it,1 btitkmsert an adyeriiseraen i. This view,of]the.subject..is;iipt inconsistent with comrabh1 ^practice; of makingoeditorial mention of-new advertisementa^-andlbe largest- cannot A6 \ that—nor ot local iuieatidni of matters tnat are constantly ^ occurring in the business community, by which any man's bust ness may be called into notice'. 'One is a news item and theuotber is 'an introduction as: it wer« of a new customer to the reading or business |)UbliC. ¦::.;• . ¦ .•¦-.i.. .... .•.•.'.'..-. ,,| \,:.u. ^ - ..»»To pjblain^he iull vaht© ofj printerfs ink.adyertise. Doitjln your.Qwn iangu»ge>or if you tiantipt dp that ;tp]"6ut|! ]you; getJ so...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

noLLECTlPNS ^OR THE DEMOCRAT. I Tlie following a.te tbo nmoiints received on Subscription' by our Agent, E. L. )Veeksi for the week eudittg:January 15thj 1876 : ' -f : Lyman Bunnell....................... ..^ 50 Louis&Miller^^.i .kkkkJ. i '.A &?-.<¦. iki'i A y750A ji. Y. Strieklahd..;.Ik.*kV>.ikvif*..^i^.! 50 S. B. Starki.v.ii.j.l....'..».;,;*. . 300 S. H. Valentine...; 2 00 Loren Allen. ...... ^j-- 2 00 A,Ti Wells.v.....;......yffi0/0g*ft<.fto 'B;'iD61ftnV."V;'.'. .'. v'.''•'".*. . .Vi",.^,'.X.«';"?•'•'«« «AA ¦ ^r M. K.' Tingley.. \ "A....... i-.A. A....].'.'..' 1 Op W. Woolsey '-.-..A 2 00 Bv^KeltleU;;v;wv.v;v.o.v;V:Vr'V-^v--dl''0P Wm. H, Thayre,.,.»'.'.. k..,. Ay. i'.';.. t. 1-15 L. D. Siveet..'...'...-.'...'....A' . A. '..' — 50 M. A. Brazie....... y.. i ,.. 1 50 S: B. OJaickk:.;V;^ A.-....... .?t, v,k^; 1 00 O. Squires ... ,...'...."k...... '200 P. H. Oa'tley. ...k. ±,............. 5.v. 2 00 Henry Thomas '•. 2 00 Sumner Deans .,...^-v....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Accidents is tbe Coal Eegions. The inspector of the mines'Of the;first district has made report, in which he gives the following advieb'to the operators^ ]"1 beg leave IP suggest that during the susp6|Biou:you ;hjave ampl^ Ume,.to attend to repairs, to get your air courses, traveling ways, ropes, tackle and ma" chinejy all put. in proper condition (to'. insure the safety andkhealtb of the men in] your ern^ ploy. If you nbglecf to do this now, a! nd any accident consequent upon suph neglect, you will render yourself amenable tojhelawfor ail damages which ihe killed of injured perspns may sustain, -and as yon will bare no just ex cuse to offer no Plher will be .accepted. The law will be enforced against ypu.. The rjgbts of iprpperty-U; great.but human life is and .must continne to be helcl/sacred."l<^I k ; *. Tb: Uife ^uperintenden ts and foreman itlie p • spector says {"The law makes it an Jrai^ortant part of your' duty to see, that all (the proyisionsjof the act of as...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

- :...i:-rr-rr.*T7_ .. - JttdowpyiOurftwnBasiaMB. ^ ' _. --? ^ Ari exciiangb, in;igpeak'iu^f-tb'C;}rnpbrfarrce of;*veryrbusiji]ess ;nm'n\-m.§kij^.«n;aiubp^itatiye tive statement of the nature of bis]own businei&Wtbe ^ teptJ|^*8tio, na^k,,.k/.v.k^ i-Ay' : ] So]me] men a|4 wiiling enough to pay for, prmtingt|nfe^litiiiey>jmfigipe]] M»af palpable, straigiirpiit advertising is noi exactly the thing, Tliey! ^ani]tb febtit ^pryi in]^i|tt].^ir4 person, or to bavp]fh^i indprsemenjt^f the editorial >ji^^i^iatvbu^nees] man.'whpsppnest ^ edu-]cat^feifl^eliputpti ^ delusion wjllhav^uip nmt'gree^&l^^ ]^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Poultry Breeding. * ;"• ¦ - Poultry of all kmdfl find a ready market m the city all the year round, The following paragraph from the Poultry Record will be read with interest by fowl fanciers and: prapticbl farmers :. ¦ I' . Poultry breeding has now come to be regarded as Important a branch of farm industry as the raising of swine and sheep. In one sense it is mote 'important,!in that it is not ^ every farmer who can keep' sheep or swinbtb advantage, but every one who rents or owns a plot of land;-)if only the size of a city lot, can keep a tew fiead of poultry with both pleasure' and pwifit. When \ taken into k cousiderationj the vast -number of eggs consumed in the tFnited States—the city of New.York aloneU8ing]dur ing the year 1872 upwards pf 340.0d0,000costing at wholestde $6,21)2,000—-and whenwenoje the immense number of tons of poultry sold in all large cities of the Union, we cannot call the poultry business Pne of minor importance.—" Yet it is but. a few years since ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Cxairvovant Examujations Free.: ' There is no subject that requires so much studyand experience as the treatmentbt ctronic diseases. The astonishing success and re; markable cures perlorm6d by Dr.; ButterfleUl, are due to the gift of clairvoyance,] to the lifelong study of tlie constitution of man, and the curing of diseases from natural remedies.' 'Curea ¦the worst forms of Scrofula, "atarrh, Piles, Female Weakness, L\sthma: , Kidneys!or Bladder Will be at the Cafferty, House, Bingliamtrin Thursday, and Friday, February. 10th aiid 'nth. ;•'¦ .¦;; a-A-, 'fy ¦ . ¦ /y-y> \.r i ¦ . Do>'t want tP Move it. I will offer my large stock of Flour and Salt,' and general line of-grocery goo: Is yery low foi a short time for cash, as] 1 expect'tpmpyein a few daj's into a new stpro building opposite Cooper & Cb's. Bank, and do riot want tobe at the expense of moving, a large stock of neavy goods; Nowf s a goorttime tp buy your Flour and Sait, t have never had a b(|t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Business Locals, k k / * . -,. ' • ,' ' ¦ A "'...',,; j.„ ,' ¦' Ba^l Ticlteta pnnted in first-class style fand at cheap rates at this office. '. AOysters! Oysters ! 1 Oysters!^!;: ]Forty, 50 and,80 cents per quart, at the : k .. 52tf ;: '''.."'."'.".,], ''. ',,' K^ysIon^Sa^ok. . t. ]Verii,y Verily, Isay unto you:] Go to the Keystone Saloon and get a good Oyster Blew. Dec. 29; 1875:—tf. -\y Watches, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted, atFip.Melbuish's Jewelry Store, formerly Isbell «& Melhuish's. ,.-. ,-. ----- k ¦¦ Montrose, July 28,1875—tf A ; To the PoBLic.-^-As ti ..guarantee that Taylor's Family Medicines are the best in market, of their kind, and that the quality of the goods shall hereafter fie maintained, 1 would say to all: "If after using tliem you are riot satisfied you have received benefit- ip^ proportion to'the price paid, return the empty bottle or package, and get your money back, as I want no plan's money unless he is satisfied he...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

'¦' '* y^.^.Jg^.^l.J.A.O-glg*- '.• ;. JRobinbon—Buel—At the M. E. parsonage in Thomson]] Dec. lC.by Rev. J. F. Warner, Geb. F. Robinson,of Preston, Wayne co.;Pai and Miss Ella L. Buel, Of Franklin,N; Y. • Livingston—Inman—.At the Presbyterian parsonage, ip; Montrose, Jan. 1st, by Rev. J. G. Miller], Mr. CharleSAM. Livingston, of Montrose, and Miss Amanda Inman, of?ftlattawan ^•j, .j;•;;.;;;;, y,z\: \[\,.A yAlAlXy ¦" ^¦''XiiaATHS* T-^--="^;; ,—T- . ;;.'. i—.' ;.'..;¦¦—rr-—.'. . : ..."; f"i.,." ': ¦ ;|- ' ¦ BrjRToiH—In Oakland, Jan. 11, R6seltba.A.wifeof Geprge -E. Burton, aged 83 yeais' and .j7 -montliS." ¦¦'¦'>'¦¦¦ '..;.'.' .-.k -.-¦.'..- ':;;-^.:.:-> i-v BmtNsi~-Jan!.s6,: Mrs; Mary": J/J, wile bf Burrit - -'! - Burns, of Bniondale, and daughters of • Wip. A. Hansee, aged 24 years,,6. months apd;3 -kd;a^-k ¦>.¦¦¦:••. •.''••'. V;., -•¦:'; *'; ¦ ).;';" Ri8LEY-|-In Jessrip, Jan. 5th, Olive: Blanch; daugliterof Albert C. and Mary 8. Risley, aged 3 years, 8 month...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

y,A i k Iron, Hardware, etc. Ifflili ill" "''")•¦:'•!'-,"'-",'r'";-" - ^'Dealertin'- !•''.':-, v»>''; ¦.{. ¦ - i.¦;.;>.: i ¦ .,--.¦'.'{¦ -yiA :-.•¦,¦ :]¦ ...ji'.:¦¦ , lf\\y ?/>:th«.i ¦::..')• ¦' ST(!)YES};^|N, OORPE^''^SHEET IRGNaWARES, HOUSEnFllRN* ;a>ISSlMGOODSiANI>«iriIi/]D. . ...- ;k;,-., ers:hardware^] &$•¦•¦ ^y_ A'jyA: ^';:- '¦-,.;- ,•--•; " >.A-> ' , kt :•¦; . .'•:.' Agents for. - #b0QB.&BJ), BARTLE'V! t' A., CO., ~iwt&?* txmm fioofe ;-wiKyc-M BOWS, CORNICE MOTJLD-¦ ^ ,. ings, &a; ; k which we will sell atBlanchard.BarUeV'* Co's^pr'tw ¦/»¦//^r.^'ivkv '•''-;. <:•¦¦ '[ yy^' ;' ' ¦'¦ ... ^ AlfisTscmiiWS/IiATCHE^ lBU ^ ^SASH ^AND BLIND FASTENy, ]ERS AND HLNGES/HOES, FORK SHOVELS, BAKES, WIRE GOODS* &C. Special inducements on Pans, Palls; Coolers,'and sJ s Dairying Good*; v V ,IROisT CLAD, FIRST fpiiiMIUM ! MILK PANS, ]'-:.;:. (Joflir Hatden, General Agerit.) OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, P...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

$Mm m& §0u^haM k ? - Mother's Old Kitchen. ¦ ¦ - '..>;- > yy-- .»•.•—**— : k •¦•- ;.'•-•' ¦::• j Howsweet1'tft'iriy eight was mymother'sold : kitchen, ; i As prompted by hunger, I entered therein;! The kettles and sauce-pans they looked so be , k, 5 f wHchihg,;, ,. ' '.'. ...'.." ... 1 - •; Arid a halo of glory surrounded the tin. The bag 0fkpld.3aVa~the c6fleemill by it, The tea-nrn and cnddy on shelf just above; The jar vof nice pickles, and all the «ood vici '¦ uah, ' ' '"¦; " k And the juicy mince-ples which so dearly 1 "Jove,"' -- ¦ :-¦' ' A - The tender-crust pies, the spicy mince-pies, The sweet juicy pies which'so dearly I love My mother's old kitchen was always the hay-],Wbere in childish distress I put in for relief; And the tablets of memory will ever be given Willi the pastry confections -that smothered •- my grief. , ,-•.;,;, A .-''[' How eager Pd tease, while\ mother was inakinc - A squirrel shaped pattie, or sometimes a ' aove-; . j , ....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Care of Fowls in Winter. i This is the me.thod of caringforjtWIs in the winter season that was, practised bythe late 0.'AV. Diclsermnn: j. **My winter quarters fer theni are not as large as they should be, being onlj twelve feet square for from twenty to thirty fowls, but they hav;e the run of the yard when ever Jthe snow does not forbid. Instead of cleaning, out thesa quarters weekly or oftener, as frequently recommended in books, I occasionally throw a few sbovelsftil of earth (from boxes filled for the! purpose) oyer the droppirigs. Their quarters are not as wsr/rm as I shoula provide were I to build a house expressly for j them; but I have two large windows in the- south and east sides, which give them all.the benefit of thesun's warmth,and in a measure lnalce .up for considerble lack of battening. Could weather as the trying time when most people complain that their hens do not lay. It requites more attention to the .fowls to get eggs in tin's winter than in summer; but...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Treatment of ^Epizootic mikes' Spirit of the Tithes (gives the following treatment of this diseas^: . In the mild form of the disiease, it is sufficiemttbi keep the animal i» a warm, well ventilated, light, loose box, to feed on laxative food, and.gifre'-'small ahdx repeated doses of the nitrate'o,f pbtash, hyposulphite^ ol' foda, or phlorate of potash in the foodor water. The body must be clothed according to the weather and the general comfort of the animal attended to. In-the gifaver forni theaninralsmust be carefully watched, more in regar'-diq its.breathing. kTbe tiiroat is to be bathed iii hot'water, and the animal made to inhale the steam of hot water.— If much depression is ' present ^spirits of nitrous either may be given, or milk and eggs are to be allowed in abundance, in order to support the animals strength.--IWbm the soreness of the throat isabatr. ed> a small ball- containing a drachm of carbonate of arnnfbnia (tlie] ball; being well oiled,) may be give...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

Wucut Culture. A Mr, Mechi has been in the habit of cultivating wheat after mangel, kolirabi, cabbage, and turnips. For the preliminary crop he subsoils deeply and manures Heavily, but for the subsequent,}wheat crop he brakes the ground only with a single plowing with one pair of horses,— He finds that deep culture jiist before wheat-sowing enlarges the straty product at the expebse of the grain. The heavy foliation 6i] the plant is often very deceptive in regard to its yield, while light looking fields generaHy produce largely in quantity and of very superior quality and of very Superior quality. He quotes Leibeg in support of nis views as follows: 'But m proportion as the conditions for the formation of the ;straw and leaves became favorable,8o did the quaiitifyjof the s»-ed deteriorate as the qiiality diminished." lie cites the practice of some succ'essful farmers who,on finding their crops too rank, trod them with men and horses Si Its stiffens the straw and checks a rank ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

-. , ^ » . - • i l Indian Corn. - Maize or Indian corn is perhaps the most important crop raised in America. Adapted to local wants and immediate consumption, it occupies also an important place in Our domestic and foreign commerce ; and While cotton brings us to the great manufacturing countries ot the world, and.lies at the foundation of that export trade upon which our financial prosperity depends, corn enters so largely into our domestic economy, as food for both man and animals, that it may properly be. called the corner stone of bur agriculture. Col. Taylor, a sagacious and intelligent Virginia farmer, once said •.—"Indian corn may be correctly Called meal, meadow and manure; it produces more food for man * beast, and the earth,than any other farinaceous plant. And so valuable is it that if the discovery of America had done no more than to bring this plant to light and introduce it into the' list of great farm crops, this of itself would be sufficient to immortalize Co...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

How to eet rid of Stomas. Gen. Colquitt, of Georgia, in a recent address, said to remove stumps from a field, all that is necessary is to have one or more sheet iron chimneys, some four or five feet high. Set fire "to the stump aud place the chimney over it. so as to give, the requisite draft at the bottom. It will draw like a stove. The stump will soon be consumed. With, several such chimneys, of different sizes, the removal of stumps may be accomplished at merely nominal labor and expense.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

- . - ; : « *><»" —. Wool Prodactlon. Sheep breeders will l»e inWested to note the increase of wool production in this^ountry,during the past few years.— Geo. Goddes-in, a carefully compiled article on "Wool Growing infthe United States," says that since 1860 the product has trebled, while it is ah adthttted fact that our growers have thes best" variety or sheep; for the production of wool for clothing purposes. ]

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 January 1876

jpreui Meat. • .* Experts say, hang up a quarter of meat with the cut end up, being the tever^ df the usual way, by the leg, and the juice will all remain irv the meat and nc ( lo the cut and dry by evapotation. It is worth a trial, and when made will be continued, . ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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