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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

<s .Tlie Farmer's Fireside. mmm^ ^ $*m ami ylow^Uoli ¦¦¦¦¦¦ :,.,...„....J;.....j_, ». ... ....._- •..... - Around the fire ^ one wintry night. .U.r^Dhe.farmer's rosy children satip t.n *»."- The^fagotlentitsblazing light,y - ; - ;* 4 And mirth Went^round,and ha.rrhless cnlat When shark l,n gentlerhand they heard -¦ r>%ijOame'tapping,at the bolted door,, ,^\ AlSd thbstogjai6 the,willihg^r; ,..\'. ,. j. A, leeble voice=was heard jmplore:. vCoi'd flow's the; blast across the moor, ^^he^ sleetdriyies hissing in. the wind: j , . Y0n;tpilM)me mountain lies before, Adreary treele8s|waste behind. ^ "My eyes are dim.and weak with age;- ^ No road, nojpath can I descry); . '.'.'-, ( ^Jind these pckfrrags ill [stand the rage ' -Of soch a keen inclement sky. •"So taihfI ani, these tottering feet; , {; No mire my palsieti frame can/bear; My freezing heart forgets to beat, .And drifting snows my tomb prepare., , *!Ppen your hospitable door, ,- And shield me from the biting ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

a;"-.- Ashes ^i*f<jj^t1tei .''..»; • The Live &tocJc journal * has a correspondent who found hiscifcfle given to the habit of eatirjg toqqd chewing bones,' Ac. •Theyjhefcarhe thin in flesh, "refused to eat hay/and presented a sickly appearance. He had no impression that their food lacked the^ constituents for making bone an,d his. neighbors used bone meal WUbeutno'ticingany good results whatever. At last he pntaho-at four bushels of leach ashes* in his barnyard and threw put to ftjbem abjmi, a sbb velfuJl each day They all ate with :evident relish. After turning ^eoi crnt-toother;.pasture he pot one * peck of dry ashes per week on, the ground 1^$$ pasture; TbVy ate it MMrii^awed^off the"grass wb>'re it lWNfcenviyirig' "Tlie^"cattle jbegan to improve fining flesh and, looking ^ better^^an ft^ey. had for several /years. Hefsayi th'is'morbi'd .appearance was unnoticed years ago,, from the fact that the ground was new' and ashy from the burning of woods atr-H...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

^^ \ ... Ground or Crashed Stones as a Fer' llllzer. ,, Grindstones as lie signs himself in the Mass. Ploughman says: \ There is no part; of education worth eo moon, as experience. For several years past I have had stone for building uses split from bpuldefs on my farm and notice where I have worked ^ stone the grass has increased' largely."/; I have taken the drillings and put it on poor patches of grass, and inarked the place, and for years it has more than doubled the quantity of grass; and what careful observer has not noticed in stone quarries and in stojae yards alarg€ and vigorous growth orgrass.' •-.-: ''¦-[' •' i don't know what it wijl cost to reduce the stones to a suitable finenecs, but if it is not too great I think it will ! iay better than to pay fifty or sixty dolars per ton for patented mixtures which will last only for one crop, while ground stones will last for years. Has anyone tried this enough to give the readers of the Democrat^ any,] jorht on tbe subjec...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

nr- ' — s^— ——— —iij ——J*" ¦ - -' T- —|- ,...-,., -—"¦- ' ——'r : , Cost of Prodoctloiu ,••¦ Farmers are generil.ly. 'vbfginningyto, realize that this is fhu greatipivotaKauestion on which ythe^ most depends.? Until quite recently the i*rtjip!)^iiiice of this subjtCt has been com ptuaCiyely overlooked)¦ and there is even no;w,scarcely one farmer" in1 fifty who can tell with any accuracy ;or.certainty, what his cereals when harvested have cost him per bushel, oriwhathiS poultry,beef,mutton and pork have cost per pouad; /,For this slovenly'mode of husbandry there is neither necessity.nor excuse, and there is probably no other legitimate business wherein such indifference to the main question would be considered possible. ft 'is very .certain' that farmeus - will hereafter find it hecees-tiry to make a point of ascertaining, the actual cost per bushel of their wheat and corn. Whenever they do this they will be surprised to find that in the very act of doing it they are already r...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

Ly ,-'¦ -iy;,; Business 'Cards.;*';'-;;;,-/v.i lf>R.:StL^ElAWCHBLrJ; PfiYat' ''glciAnand Sdraebri, gMdoate o( the Woman » Medical College ot theyNi. Y.. Infirmary, thetf nisideiiit phyaician for* yenrin ftbe Woman'u Uospltal In NL Y.i ikfitr ifoiirjyeaiV prtfXice; In Foh flu Lac. Wisconsin, has. located in .Montroa?,". Special attention given to'diseases of women and children. .Office at the foot of Main Street; in I the old David Poethorueetend. ' - - r ' ' - [ ,; j;¦'--• -'. ; ^[ontroae. Dec. 15,1875.-j3m»n60; .: , . j i, r HD; BALDWlfe M. D., HOMCE ». pathic Phy»ician fund Surgeon\ haa' located himself at Mott*r08e, where ho will attend promptly to all profewioual buaineas (entrastetl' to his • care.-^^Offic? An: Cttmalt'B b^ttdmg, second floor, front. Boar.l* at Mr. B. Baldwin'*. . . ' • :-'•'¦¦¦*':i--' Montrose, Pa., March lfl, 1876. f\R; W. W. Si^ITH, DENTIST.-JL'VRooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey'ii, on Old Foundry street,where.he would be happy ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

— ..¦—-i ...v. -¦ '""r «-...» i. ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦""'. ¦ ¦ .¦•¦¦!¦-'n': t^Basiness[Cards.*5 ----"''*'. -... ,..:,.).. . .. .;>¦'¦, ^ yy -'-: "i '¦' ¦--'¦*.(<><-;<. T <S:PQTT-ERi> DENTIST, WISHES JLia; ^to infdrm.tlic people «1 -Montrose andVlciniti, that he is permanently located, in the second story Pi E. pvSiampVnewSbiiildlrig; tipp mite 'Cooper's Bank*. -Alf| kindft.of Dental .Work done in„ihoJiest rnaqper. ,; .»?. S: B.-Nitrbus Oxide', Laughlrig Ga^s, given for the painless extraction of teeth/ ^ .•':'< ¦ •'.-••' "•, •'••<•'* Montrose, AprU5thv1876.-tf . r ._...-< ¦;,'..' \ ' ( jg%- Ji:&k6f^mZ attorney, .ff :at Law. Office^ov& the first National Bank, Montrose, Pa. -.'-.. , .,v "W. A. CaossiipN. - Montrose, April iOj'lSTfi.^tf. -r-t ¦'" , '- ¦'¦' i i 1- V' -' -: ' ''' -''•'-¦ "l "" '' Banking, &c. ,^ ripSiSiWSilSi^ wi.e;cfcijfe ' - MONfROSE, PA. :: -i ¦ " - • . ¦ ». -^-\ - . -•.. GENERAL B^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

^^c^UatiafefjUrr. : " Z'y-: :V.;'¦:i«ON^!offi ^rT " ' |L|LNiNG;: ;';;:Hip ;;;; ,-:.'- Z[:Z !¦'.;.;,;.-and",. '/ " y^ \ ' ¦ ¦' ';2':;lu • A ^^^^s^v^^ Lumber Manofactnrr4,M Nt "owS^fficS SS^* trie-Old Keelcr tannery Site, in the ^^'Bgon ¦ r.y.rr. ¦r:ii., yy!yy.i-y(. r..r j - . \ .' ":;;- . HfiART OF TOWN ' ' * ' ' ', " * where will he kept constantly' on hand. A full gtock of WklT%AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOnr - OAK,rASHlMAPLE AKD' BLACK°K» :. .WALNUT LUMBER, ^ *J J rf • - * . which^wtth the aid of the most improved mac*hi«.. , compe,tent workmen, is prepared to wort; Intoinv%in* to meet the.wants of Caatomers. lnM>«ny ^Bpe WELL SEASONED LUMBER INCLUDING sm^r, pl< ??^g ^ ceiling7 shinglb andm°' LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. iSSff^S^^ **¥*>''»* . Scroll 8awiB<r WAGON, CARRIAGES &. SLEIGH, ^VIAN0rACTORy in connection wltn the above establishment i,„j..,l managemtntof Mr. E.H. Rogers: SffifioSw^8 5^.^ ny onr ordw er where - • *93MS -¦-¦"''. A. LATHROP. I Mon...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

How T^o Pour Tea. The Housekeeper s&jb: There is more to be learned about pouring ont tea and coffee than most '¦ ladies are willing to beli«-Te. If those decoctions' are made at the table, which is by far the best way. they require experience, judgement and exactness; if they are brought on the table; ready made; it,- still requires judgment so to apportion them that they shall proW sufficient' ih quantity for the family party and that the* elder members shall have the stronger cups. ' Often per^ eons pouf6*ht,:'tea, who not j being at'all aware th'at thp first^ cup ip the weakest, and.the.tfa grows Wronger as you proceed^bestow the poorest cup upon the greatest stranger and give the strongest to a very young member of'the^mily who wp)»d |haye wen better without any., Where "aeveral cups of equal strength are wanted you short Id pour a little into each and then go baok, inverting the order as yon fill:them np and then the strength will be apportioned Droperly. This ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

_ Plowing For Coru. Awrrespondent'of the Western Farm Journal advises plowing sod ground for corn immediately before planting turning over a very shallow jfurrow, following with subsoil plow the reason for this being that the cat worms have something totfeed upon in tbe grass roots while tbe «Gro is getting a start, and 4^ain the sod fcOii^Setierjttbaaed. V i

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

i *-^B>-^ ¦ Urapc Rot. i . Ihave lost all.-confidence''in the statements of our scientific men, says a farmer cv r;;esporident. I havesoen grapes grow where our scientific men say they can't be grown. I do not disapprove of scientific investigation but I do disapprove of stating as mcts whAt are merely suppositions. I have grapes growing this year where you could not; pick a handful of irotten grapes. I believe lean take any j vine and make it pridhce rotten grapes iorlean make it produce sohnd -fruit, ifree from rot. Closepinchingis the main .thing. Keep the foil age in -clieck..-'The soil should be well underdraiued, as iXdon't think one can grow fruit or vegetables with the feet of the plants in un,water. The rot this year is extensive but underdraiued soil, where a careful system of close pinching hast>eenfollow-; ed,Nwe find the; grapes nearly exempt,;as compared with those vineyards where a different system has been followed.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

Fences.' ' '' . ' V; While fiixing. up the long lines of fences this spring will not some ol the farmers'think more earnestly of the matr ter of doing away with -a large, part of them, and ^storing to the: methods ot this management by which less rods oj? this costly^. farjn; appendage shall be iri use?'To*'make pasture at all requires small fields and frequent changes. To keep up the fertility of the soil a rotation of crops is required and hence fre? quent plowing. The cost of fences is thus seen not to be alone in trie original investment, but in the waste of land; irj theloss of time while cultivating at a disadvantage in small fields, and the con? tinual cost, of repairs.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

Fertilizer*. Let every farm yard be scraped to the bottom and eyery scrap of material that will add to the capacity of the soil be em1 - ployed to increase fertility. Sow plaster, scatter ashes, pound up old bones, clean the Chip yard, use the earth about where the drains issue ; in truth, let not- a particle of fertilizing material go to waste. There is money in it and the study 61 methods for the emphryi.nent of irianure upon the soil is everywhere heeded. We vcomplain of poor crops of grass and cloy: er seed, hot taking, of wheat winter-killing and a hundred of other trials that may be wonderfully modified by a higher system of farming which-in every instance means more manure.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

, <s <s> m . Cultivation of Orchards. * /There is no,doubt .but the stirring of soil in the orchard is a good thing to promote growth of wood and tone up trees thit are in ill-health, but, the experiment-quoted in the Country Gent\eman of Kichard E. Carpenter, wbich indicates a great benefit in yield of fruitito be obtained by cultivation is hardly decisive, : for some: off our best orchardisle, trom long experience, believe in mulch ing and top dressing rather than! v<jrv mnch criltivation. The question "turn's somewhat upon varieties, a goad deal np\ on soil and ever so much upon how much manure is employed. I

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 3 May 1876

The Freezing of Frnlt. The freezing of fruit in the budy fre, quently occasioned by a few warm djvys succeeded by late frosts, it is said. may.be prevented by spreading a thick layeij of frozen manure or of ice or snow, around the tree, while the ground is firmly frozen. The buds will thus be kept back, since the ground will thaw more slowlv and the roots convey no nutriment; to the tree; When, frosts are no longer to be feared,the covering should be remW »&. ¦¦-.:.•.. JX ..:,.., .-;'•¦; i ... ; :¦ ., ¦ ¦¦,¦;.• •¦•>->• y-"'-:.-' ..-.< -'¦ - ¦'!-: -r> That 0Terfe4>^nt won't lajytgga. j !

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

yyr >;GBmtrs.,.•'-;r'l'-.;¦";¦•-":s- •¦.•'.••''.'• MINNIE JU owrey.; .;;:''' ' y.-'•' When God, from the chaos created Tjiis world His own glory revealing, - X mystic chain, Nature related To l-ejiaty, 'twas infinite ieelirig ; And the flowers 'neath the gaze, of, their lovT er ¦¦'" ¦'¦' r -j ' The sun, bent their heads with a blush, \ And the sky,.earth's God given cover , Grew dr anry, with even tides flush. ; v Then Nature, the mother Of Wauty, "¦'•' Let sparks from her depths depart, As God formed the rajnd for its duty Oi striving for Heaven and Art. . \ .' And His tnas'tei hand, richi/in completeness, Dfcken laadscipe, arid ocean, and sky] With a hidden thrill-blessing their sweetness, To chiu m \yith this Eecrot, man's eye. Then Genius arose ir. its real ! * Bright- queen-hobd", of: purple and gold ; And the man, formed from God's uuud ideal Sul moimrcu of richness; untold. ; . > And pure Love was twin sister to Genius, Our God was the Father of each,— '...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

FALSE. YET TRUE. . »«—. -[ '':": by UfjessifetlfBnferiw'ri; u' : bs A SCENE repeated since the days ,pf Adam, yet ever new tp^.the actors therein the supreme momentwhen love long hidden buretsv its 'bonds and s|ahd8. revealed, heart meeting heart. The.wide modern drawing?room pf J#hnj Amherst's conntry-house on the •" Hudson presented no start ling novelty in appearance, yet for the moment It was surely faUy-lahd to the couple who clasped hand, there. *¦- The one a manYo'f twenty-five^t&ll and noble featured, with eyes deep and dark, mid a voice musical in every intonation ; the other a tall gracefurgirl, just passing the threshold of Woinauhood, with 'hatbrown hair and eyes, a fresh, (fair-face, and the possibilites otva rarely perfect nature shadowed upon the low, broad brcwii and sensative mouth, .y :¦ ' ¦ The man, Egbeit -Warburfon;"poet, artist, lawyer, as the mood seized him, heir to moderate „weia?tb, traveled,; talentfd at»d fascinating* jiad carried many fair ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

f^HE lEjMOGRAT. PtraiiHiiio SvMtr* W bdnbssat MotwiKa, AT Montana*, Sus^a Co., Pa., Bf K-iLW&E-TZ: <Se OBUSBB l ' BDlTOaS & PROPRtETOBS, At two Dollars pet Year in. Advance.'s% TO" ADVERTISERS :~Th* Dkhqcbacas an adver-Using 'medium is unsurpassed In this section., it reaches the Fanner, Mechanic, and business man. Its circulation Is constantly increasing, and its advertising rates reasonable. Rates will be given at our offite or by mail, i ; . JOB PRINTING:—Our office Is supplied with four printing presses,together with i large variety of type, borders, fency Inks? etc, with whit! we are prepared to do work In the best style ,and 'at prices lower than any competitors In any section. I ttaroples shown anfl estimates cheerfully given nt'our office. WOTk order" ed by mall will receive prompt atUntion. E. B. HAWLRY. • - ,m .0. CBUSER

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

THE AD JO VNMENT OF THE LEG ISLATbHE. _; - • In speaking of the State Legislature* which adjourned on Friday last, the Patriot says that no candid judgement can; be passed upon the work of the .session until the body of the laws which have been enacted- are collectively considered. It will then be found that the legislature ef 1876 has exercised a caution and conservatism for which it has obtained very little of the public credit it deserves. The most important b|ill which was acted upon was Undoubtedly that diverts ing revenue from the sinking fund for the payment of current ^ expenditures.— For many years:; past the sinking fund has oeen an unweildy and unnecessary burden upon the people ot the state.— Intended to be sufficients large to pay the interest on the state debt and a quarter of a million dollars yearly of the principal, it had grown so corpulent that it diminished the state debt at such a rate as to b# burdensome to taxpayers, and at the same time, furnish a dan...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

skskt ¦ ,. ¦ • ¦- '¦ :'._j •.* :-;ri- ;¦¦"¦¦'"-.'-" A Terrific Explosion. r'v.-. rt »r i.W* a i " ' j^. » uj Vjxxy, juayi /.—rtiuTjuienuiMia explosion of nitro glycerine took place at Bergen Tunnel, on the D. L.; & W. Railroad, last night. It jwas felt for many miles around and caused great destruction of glass both here and in New York Panes were blown outi even iin the New York Postoffice. ! i „ THE APPEf BANC*!. About il p; mJaj column of white flame shot up from! tpe brow of the hill at the New Bergen Tunnel, and a fearluj explosion followed;shattering windows and rocking houses j for miles. Thousands ol people gathered, at the spot. The magazine of giai^t. powder and nitro glycerine had blown up, leaving a hole in which 400 or 500 people: could stand. Not a yestigate of the magazrne was lelt. Tbousauds of dollarjj worth of glass m houses/here and in New York were destroyed. ¦ ; ( j The explosien, it is said, was caused by the tunnel strikers, j The excitement wa...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 May 1876

Advertisements New This Week. <;hoe sabp.1 M j- •" :' " , I- ' . I have last opened a shoe shop in Searle's new building, on the corner, op! stairs, where I am prepared to make all kinds of gentlemen's boots, shoes, and gaiters, of all the latest styles of work, and best material and workmanship. Repa.ring neatly done. | 3r"lnviBible patches put on. . . '! ROBT. GILWLAND. Montroee, May 10,18T6.—ly A DMINiSTRATOR'S NOTICE—to X*. the estate of Renben. Fuller, late of Harford township. Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, dee'd. Luttern ui' Administration in the srid estate having been granted tq the;undersigned, rl) pcrsoneowing said estnitj are requested to make immediate payment, and all persons, having claims against said estate are requested to present inem without delay. . ¦ I IRA FULLER, May 10,18T6.—6w. i Administrator. AUDITOR'S 1 NOTICE.-The under-. signed having been appointed an auditor by the Orphans Court of busquebauna County, to distribute the fduds rema'uine ...

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