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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

What Constitutes A % 001I Fertilizer^ .;. .<N© ordinary plant can* thrive without a sufficient supply of each of a number of aribstances needed foril^fSod.^With: an abundance of all these, in forms in; which •the>plant use thera, and with other circtihisiatiLcei, favorable, the plafrtwill! 'flourish and the.yield will be large. But if the available supply^of one of them be: too imali a, light . yield; is inevitable. Every ordinary soil contains all the ingredients of plant fopd/j In "worn out" toils the available sn^vlof one or niore ^ of these is generally insufficient. - ¦'•Fertilizers supply the planjt with food which the soil lacks. Barnyard manure not only does this, "but also improves ithe soil as a living: place for plants. Lime and ptister (sulphate of hine) are .nec-i essaiy as plant food but, as fertilizers, .they are chiefly valuable in rendering other plant food available to cropa^ The* ingredients to plant! food generally most lacking in our cultiv...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

: [ | Business Cards. \\k ELLEN E. MITCHELL, PHtr JL/ j slcian and Surgeon, graduate of the Woman s Medical College ot the N. Y. Jtaflrraary, then resident physician for a year in the Woman's Hospital in N.Y.T: afterifaur years' practice in Fontfn Lac. Wie.-conalb, bas.iocated in Montrose. Special attention gvnfitb diseases of women and children. Office at e«ot of Main Street, in the old David Post homesteadl''. i' MohtroBe,Dec, 15,1875.-8m»n50 - ¦• -.;.' ' -' ' Hi D. ^BALDWIN, M. D., HOMCE ' ¦• patbiie^Physician and Surgeon, has located hime'elf at Montrose, where he will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care.-Ef'Offlce'lij Carmalt'e building, second aoor, front. ¦ Boards at Mj:B. Baldwin's. Montrose, Pa., March 10,1875. • DJR. W. W. SMITH, DENTIST.-, Rooffis athisdwelling,next door nortlvof Dr. Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where% be would be happy to see all those in want of Dental Work. He feelsconfldent that he can ple«eall, both in quality...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

' ; Pasturing Meadows. If Ii tell you that pasturing your mead-. OWs will.make them more productive, you may doubt, it. But such is the fact in many^cases. .It is my experience that this lis the only way that very many: meadows can be brought to full productiverless.. But it must be done in tljej proper manner and at the right time, j Do n^ >t pasture your meadows in the j spring and expect them to produce a full: crop; neither .should yon pasture the! aftergrowth to close ; nearly all of myj meadows have failed to produce more! than half a crop after from five to eight! years, and after pasturing them one seia-j son,jthe next year they would produce! a; fnllicrop. In one particular instance | rented a meadow to a man for pasture j it had only produced a half crop of hay; for two years previous. He put aboulj three times as much etock on it as should have been ; it was grazed close to thf ground all summer, v I concluded that if; wbuld not amount to anything for meadf...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Peacta Trees. i It has been found that banking jap peach trees with earth, about a foot high around the trunk, causes them in majny places, to produce good fruit, as |he earth keeps put the borers, that infest the trees at the surface of the ground, or a little below it. Before insect life begjins to depredate, the trees should be examined, the borers cut out with a knife scrapJ ing out every indication of them; and; then throw up the earth around the trees! and beat it down with a spade or shovel,; so as to remain in its place, and in most cases the trees will be healthy and rjear large crops of fruit.if the climate is sjiit-i able for peach growing. ;| '¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Heaves In Horses. The following is a! good remedy for heaves and a cough in horses; One pound ground ginger, one quart of salt, four ounces hard wood ashes, two ounces bjack pepper and one ounce each of pounded roeia and salt-petre. Mix thorohghly and give a table spoonful in the hojrse's feed twice a day. This compound is beneficial in all cases t>f difliculty in breathing before the aoimal'a lungs become affected. j ThatBcriaping ihe feed of fattoMng feoga iff waite of giain. |

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Business Cards. T S.POTTER, DENTIST, WISHES JLi* to inform the pqople of Montrose and Vicinity, that he.i"permsnently located^ in tb? eeconf stow ot fi. P. Stamp's new building; oppf lte[Cooper's Bank.; AH kinds of Dental Work clone in the, best manner./. N. B -Nit>ous Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the painless extraction of teeth. . Montrose, April 5th, 1OT6.-tf ., .. -,¦ ¦ Ii* BACON, WILL HEREAFTER 32j» rurnishHheclti«en* of Montrose and Vicinity, with UrsOcIasB Bread. Bnscnit, Rolls Pies. ^ke«»4 Cookies, Tarts, Ac, &C, &C- Partle* and Wedd">gi suppltcdUnd quality guaranteed, er Dining RoomB np staiw, whe?e Geo: TMllls will be found ready to katisfy the cravings'of the Inner man: ' _ _./,_« Montrose, Ma^Sd, 1878.; B. BACON. NEW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP AllktndB of imachinery made, or fttrnlBhed to or der. Repalringprpmptlyattended^^ ^ - ^ New Milford.May 17.1^6,-17. WM. A. CROSSMON, ATTORNEY at Law. Office lover the First Nation Bank, Montrose.P...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Ellscellaneons. a^O350^rB.osB PLANING MILL :;"' - ' ¦ ' ' • .,l;: ¦ ' ¦ ' . - . ' ANI> . " ¦ LUMBER YARD! In order to better accommodate the eommunltr th» undersigned has established » depot for the ^i,^., Lumber Manufactured at hli uesriy-eretted bnlidlno ^ the;01dKeelcrUnneryBtte,inthe ""»wgon HEART OF TOWN w « w y'i where will be kepi constantly on band. A-full stock ot' WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK ' WALNUT LUMBER, whlch,wUh the aid of the most improved machine? uj competent workmen, is prepared to work into any rhtM to meet the wanu of Customers. * ¦ ¦' .... - ..,.(- ¦ = ¦ •• I WELL SEASONED LUMBBR, INCLnDlNQ 8IDIKQ. FLOORING, CEILING. BHrNGLE^^B ¦ LATH CONSTANTLY ON HANDT^ Planing, Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawini done to order. W AGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH, ItTANUTACTOHY in connection wito the above establlehment. under the mtnagement of Mr. E. H. Rogers. Examine our work before leaving your orders elsewhere. Repairing done...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

About Scjarecrows. Now that ;the plantiDg season is at hand, we have no doubt bat that many a farmer will rummage.through his garjet to find the cast-off garments^ which, •luffed with straw, are t6 be set up in the cornfield to warn off the marauding crpw. We never had much faith in this artifjce. Crows are possessed of much more wisdom then ia generally credited to them, and while an immovable j bundle of rags may drive themaway for a short time, we believe that evelntually they discover the humbug, as we have seen I the birds.com-^ placently picking up you^ng corn almost within tbe shadow of as an elaborate > stuffed scarecrow , as ever was erectea. V«, however, have heard suggested a couple of plans which are calculated to " intimidate even the boldest of these birds and as they are easily cafped out, :perliftpsovr farmer | readers may make ore pf them. The first and the best of the two is a suspended lookingglass. Take two small cheap mirrors fatten them back to b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

THE OLD COUPLE, i It stands in a nunny meadow, T ie house so mossy and brown, With its cttinbrousj old, st<i>ne chimney, And the gray roof slopiria; down. Y; The trees fold their green arms around it, The trees a century old; , And the winds go'chanting through them, And the sunbeams drop their gold. The cowslips spring in the marshes, And the roses bloom on thej hill; And beside the brook in the pastures) The herds go feeding at will. The children have gone and left them;. They sit in the s|un alone; , ¦ And the old wife's ears are failing, Ae she harks to the well known tone, That won her heart in i her girlhood, That has soothed her in many a care, And praises her now for the brightness Her old face used to wear. She thinks again of her bridal-How, dressed in her robe of white, She stood by her gay ypung lover In the morning's rosy light. '¦'¦' Oh ! 'the morning is rosy as ever, Rut the rose from her cheek has tied ; And the sunshine still is golden, But it ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

MARRIED IN HASTE.1 ' "AH, CARRIE, I am so glad you are U come ; I was just I going to sen d AFratik with a note to ask you to do that very thing. Here, Jack, you take Miss Carrie's pony. And "yon,! you darling, dime right up stairs and take offyour heavy riding habit. How is all the famils—young, old, black and white ?" - ""All well, but Nellie, what is the matter with you*? Whj ; youHlook as if you had the whole round earth on vour shoul ders." j "Oh, I am just bothered to death, Carrie!" ' x "Well, what is up? thiow jme] that rapper, dear. There, now I amireddy to [hear stll your bothers, little mouse." , ! "I've had two offers,; Carrie,5 ahd T don't know which to take—at le^st I know which I want to take; but things are all contrary—the wrong man hasjgot the money—the right man is poor, as right men generally are." And Nellie tupped her little foot impatiently, and looked at Carrie. i '•I inust say that you havex a gigantic bother, Nellie! \ You just ought to be ashamed...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

A STORY OF THE RAIL Mr. Stillson, the racy' correspondent of the New York World, relates a story told him by an engineerion the Lehigh Valley railroad, what time the locomotive climbed the mountains "oi thej most picturesque line of railway in jAmerica.", At White Haven we ba^ dinner, and engines and engineers were changed. I found myself here on one of the finest locomotives ever built for anv road, and in the company of one of.the brightest of engine-drivers, j The ride thenceforward was one to be remembered through a life time. 1 ; A great flood had swept tlirough the valley here not many years ago. The Lehigh, swollen with its many tributary streams and reinforced by;the giving way of daiii after dam with their vast accumulation of lumber and il&ifris, soon .became irrestible and from White Haven to Eaetoo the waters,'rising thirty feet, ravaged both banks. Meh^ women and'chiU dren wesTe crushed I and dtownsd without other warning than the roar of a wave that r...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

&HE gEMOltlRAT. PUBMSHBO Every Wbdmebdat rtoBHtMo; at Montrose, Stjso.'a Co., Pa.,j bt HAWLB^ST & GBTt fSB» EDITORS ft PROPRIETORS, ;'YY At two Dollara per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—The Dbmocrac as an advert Using mettium is unsurpassed in this section, it reaches the Parmer, Mechanic, and business man; Its cifctflatlonis constantly increasing, and its advertising rates reasonable. Rates will b£ given at our office or •ymall. - ,-.-;.:"'Y ' ]JX »D& PRINTING :^-Our office is supplied with four ¦ rioting presses.together w.lth. i large variety of. type,] kortWf,mtf Inks, etc., with* wlilch we are prepared to do work in the bttt style and at prices lower than any competitors in any section. «ampl«s shown nta rttimates cheerfully given at our office. iWorfc ordered by mall will receive prompt aiUhlion. '¦¦_ x giBi HAWLEY. ¦'•/£. ' ¦ ¦ " ¦% C. CRUSERi

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

: -; 1 Bm J* OR THEMTO. ; - .Monday's Dispatch has a long article copied frork the! Baltimore! American in ^rb^ch Ytjie DemocraMJ)! party ! isJhehl up ltd pensiire because two of the minpr officers! of; the House have turned out to bejunfit'.k§r their places. On another pa^'oF thla Dispatch we find the. foliow'in3:M-!V!..|! ¦ " "¦".'' •'•'Y-'Yr ".'!'; , •fHittni^BURG, Pa., June 3d.—Marshall S. Smith, a clerk in the Pennsylvania State j Treasury Department, and John A. Wagoner, formerly a! clerk in: the Auditor General's office, wer ^ e arrested to-davl on information laid against themby.Gov. Hart ran ft for conspiracy to (defrauds the Stkte of $5,000 due from thj1 city oij Scran too." ....-¦;, go. it appears that Republican clerks mjiy be guilty of ''ways that are dark" as well as Democratic clerks and Door-keeper^ Thejmora! of this lesson Vis, that people, whjo live in glass houses had betternot..bejgiu; to cast stones. That Democrats may make mistakes occasionally in their...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

* Adyertlseipepts New Tojsffiekv, KMSTOl^iAdAD^Mt/the: eighth year commences on the first Tuesday in September. The tall, term: closes..on the Tuesday befbtt Thanksgiving. T.ho winter term commences on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.- Courses of study full and complete. ..Expenses moderate.; Voi aatalogue or information address, JAMES FRBAB. • ' ¦ June 14,1876.—3m Factory ville. Pa. AAMiNISTRdTOR'S : SALE:.... OF. Heal Kstate in Middlctown Township. The undersigned administrators of the estate of William R. Spafford, late of the township of Mtddletawo, dee'd.in pursuance of an order of the Orphan's Court, of.the County of -Susquehanna will expose' at public' sale on the premises in Middleto wn township on Saturday, July 8,1876, at 1 o'clock, all the following described pieces of land, situate iu raid township and bounded and described as follows, t« wit: 1st Piece bounded on the north by lands of HBirdsall,on the east hy lands of Hi Birdsall and the Wolf road, on the south...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

i. ....... —: —. r ' ¦ ' vv-s COMPOUNDING FELONY. ! ^eYcljip the ^ fpllpwingfroin the Harris-\aTg Pfttvxoiy which being published at the headquarters, is likely to be couver-, ganit with the facts: . . -.., '/"^hi'official compounders 'of felony are'at .bay. Their course in accepting MiUepau'gnlas state's evid^ce cdncerning acrinie hvlwhich /he is, on; his own ih>wmg, the chief o%nde;i^!: was bad enough. But what excuse can be offered for their failure to take imniediate ^ steps tdrenlove him from the officeY which-.he has forfeited as a criminal defaulter by the laws^of the common wealth. In making himself state's 'evidence lie escapes the penalty of his own crime, but by the partial favor of the state authorities he at the same time keeps possession of his office. This is the first instance, we ventire to, assert, in which such large im-. munities i»nd privileges have been ex- tended to an offici*»l who confesses himself a.criminal defaulterY The\ whole affair bears...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

THE GOVERNOR'S VETOES. : Gpy.Hartranft veioed the appropriation bill for Normal schools for.the current year, commencing the first Monday in June. He did ;i ot, however, fail to sign the; lobbying bill appropriating $40,000 for Ji State building in Ce'htenmaj grounds, or for an appropriation of ^55,-< 000 mtye for an empty military pageant] and after the, Commonwealth of Pennsylrj vahia contributed a million dollars. The Harrisburg Patriot thus alludes to thtj subject: "A ;*':.' -'•'• [ '''' ; The peril to the normal schools should theirbiive then been taken into consider^ ation> These two bills in Which the! Governor manifested so keen ah iutereoi would have almost covered;; the normal school appropriations. Had they iio| 'passed there would have been no necesi sityof a yetP'Ot. the .normal ..school ap\ propiriations on the plea of a want oi money-iri' the Ytreas'ury.' ButYtlirougl .the^extraordinary activity^ of'"the'officia lobby the Centennial bills Y'w.er£...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Y In New York, the other day|:aYuotp-1 rious "saw-dnst" swihdler-^hit; is, an iudividual who advertisedYJ9o!unterfe) money to sell, and sent saw-|ns;t instead to would-be purchasers—was I spt^hc^d to thirteen montha iiroprisonmen*; and a fine of five hundred dollars. It is a great pity some of this chap's victims could not be found to share his imprisonment and fine. The swindler is bad '.enonl^Yiti all conscience, but those whb swallowhis bait are worse,- if possible. Gold closed In New York, c^n'Monday ! at ia2f.;; -;' j . ¦.¦ 'V;;.y ,.; ,:;y. \y!^ ¦: ¦ .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

^.OODS! GOODS V^noL. H^y<3Len. ....'<;*.>'' Has jtttt recehred »n' - ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF MENS' BOYS* AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, ! Q fV '¦¦??¦ ':". Y ''¦>" v '\/:.-:'" .'*' «'¦ Y-i, v ;Y ' ' ¦' At prices to suit'the bard tixnts, mm* wm m wm 8Us« ' ..' f. • ¦ . • • -... ,; -Hilt '>'-'' •¦''¦'- .. . ' . fjri-' ¦ ,¦¦¦¦ .• ¦¦¦:¦. '• .,.,. * , .:.. . ¦:, ¦ ' : " '.¦!.»' . '. ¦ " ¦ ¦ • ¦ - , • '¦ ¦:• • ¦¦ ' ¦ '¦¦ ¦ ¦ y !LAlsoVnn'6 line of . ' r:.;,,;:Hiffs>;Mps, 300TS AHD. ^HOES,! YANKEE r3 NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, ¦¦ :-jj\ Vtt-—• ''"¦ ¦•','.¦: • Cheap forcash. No charfes for snowing our good*. / WM. HAYDEN. New MlUord, May 84. *8TO.-tf. .."',,-". ;, ., Legal. i A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICEJ-IS' xV.the estate of Renben Fuller, Itfte of Libcrtt township.Susquehanna County. Pennsyl-ama. dectt. Letters of Administration in the sr d estate having been granted to the undersigned, HI persons owing said estate are requested to make iinmediaie P»yme'«; and all pers...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

f.>^Y , • -Mm. timsy-'K:-^ vv/r-^'-v/:.*' Sale 6T an Historic Violin. : ,. ~ _ i . ¦ . - • ¦ : Mr. K. U.iJtiawlev, ot this city, has recently purchased the remarkable violin jknown to-eonnoisseurs; as the "jyng'Jp-^r^tr^^hajrjdsort^est %nd|mo|t|pe^fe|} 'Specimen k^nwh of4he violins of4'Joseph Guarnerius., This violin was the gem of the Scelebrated Plowden collection, in England, which became dispersed by sale uipptt thede^th of (Mr. Pib-rvden, and has been* for tlie! past eig!it< years in the" possession of, Mr. John P. Waters, of Brooklyn, Ne^r-York, from whom Mr. Hawley bought it on private terms. Upon the testimony of Vieuxtemps, the eminent violinist ^"wljo^s well acquainted. jWijth its mtrits, the [''King Joseph" is not only in perfect condition, but has the richest and most powerful tone known to violin critics. It is of the same pattern as the Paganiui'sJOuarnerius," which.has been kept since the death of Paganihi in the museum "atjr Genoa,I Italy. M. Vi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 14 June 1876

Sudden Illness of Sir. Blaine. Wa^hinciton, June 1\.—This morning a short time before eleven o'clock, ex-Speaker Blame left his residence in company with Mrs. Blaine and slowly walked to [the Congregational-church, which is about three-fourths of a mile from their home. Just as they reached the churqh he complained of a severe pain in his head and ^dizziness, at the same time j placing: his hand upon his head. On entering the vestibule he was so^ov^rcome with sudden illness that he came near falling, but this was prevented and h * was assisted to a seat on the steps when he exclaimed, "Oh. this pain." A conveyance having been procured Mrs. Blaine returned with him to their home, he tjhen beita unconscious. A bed was brought into the front parlor, on which he was laid, and messengers having been sent for Surgeon General Barnes and Drs. Bliss,; Cox," Verdi and Pope, they so )n appeared and lost no time in cuppingYihe spine and resorting to other ecunter irritante and revulsive...

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