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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

WASHINGTON'S HEADQUARTERS —— .{ •* As thfj, steamboat approaches the wharf at Newbnrg, the voyager • beholds," on the Southern verge of the city, a low.broad roofed house, builVot stone,, with a flag-staff near, and the grounds around garnished with cannon. That is the famous Headquarters of Washington during one of the jmpst interesting periods of the war and at itsjclose. 1'hen the camp was graced by the presence of. Mrs. Washington a greater part of the time, and the cultivated wives of several of-the officers^-and Tuntil^a icbin_(faratively few|years ago the remains of the borders around tjhe beds of a little garden which Mrs. Washington cultivated for amusement might have] been seen in; .'front of the inansioiL r -¦!'"¦•'".• •"¦'.'--''¦¦'- .- ' • '¦-¦ : That building, nbw: the properly of the State ofi New York, is preserved in the form it bore when, Washington| left it. There is the; famous room, with seven doors and one window.which the owner used for]a.parlpr, and the ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Town, County, and Variety. Y -TT-^TUere are eight legal holiliays this year had 53:SundaysY,Y;v; y^j Y ];1 '-.;> ;v.-"•/-. Y-—-Bishop O'Hara, of Scrahton, l^as issued a pastoral letter, calling for the special observance, of the Centennial Fourth by all the Ca^hr o'.icchurches' in hSsdidCjbe, Y ;YM ^ ' —The death ot Isaac Uomstock of Brookdale, occurred on Friday morning, instead of Thursday night as mentioned in our corresppn dence of last weeki ' y _r-About this time, the woods res6und with the voice of the Fourth of July orator practicing on his "Mister Prcsdent, ladies and gentlemen., For-r-ty millions of people," etc., closing; : ;vritlra"pome." _'.' Y "; : y*y '-¦;. - ':. ."-D^ -i—"I could kill you for two ccnis," shouted an enraged man to an offending neighbor, It - was an ugly threat but. it sounded good. It shows that we are getting |down to antebellum ¦ prices,.- v.YY. y\ ¦-. ¦' |. yy ;; "\v'"': .-—-The cases of two of the late county commissioners ot Luzerne ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

! JVIA-^^I^X^-C^^St. jLacey—Mitchell—At Lymanville M. E. parsonage. June 22, by Rev. U. G. Harned. Mr. James E. Lacey. of Laceyville, and Miss Ada A. Mitchell, of 'Lemon. ; " i Lewis4-Brown—Iri Jackson, May 2iT, by Rev. C. M Prescott, Mr. -Harrison G.. Lewis ajid Miss Aggie D. Brown, bo th ot Lenox, Pa. j Robinson—HXlstead—In Jackson, June 18 by Rev. C.M»Prescptt, Di. Robins6nTof Tunkhannock. Wyoming co., and Lottie M, Halstead, of Lenox. j: - . : - •; pBJLTgS. ' .-. j Tottle—In Sprlngville, June 16, Miss Jennie E. Tuttle, aged 27 years. . , j CnASE-r-Iu Great Bend Village, Jutie 10th, Amasa Caase, esq., in the 7lst year of his age^ I Williams—In Gibson,<May 22, Lucy S.,wife pf Elisha \V-illiams, aged 77 years. j Lorr—In Harford, May 20, of typhoid pneumonia. Solomon T. Lott, in his 07th year. j Leonard —In Jackson, May 27th, of malignant scarjet fever, Cinnt: V., youngest daughter \>i Edwin A. and Mary L. Leonard, aged 4 yrs., A mouths and 13 days. Also, June ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

/\''ZammALyyy F1BE, LIFE AND ACqiDEHT [Nl|ig|I|9|lF, ¦ "- ¦'.''. ¦ '33^<^atxtxr«4»o»^«i_>;;;. C-M>ltiU Rppresentjcd, *|06,bo«,ooo! .' '*' ;{'•• •''."' ';" ,_". _;'' _s.'.":;.;'Frjf|Bt.'.; .;-; ": :''*':;-';, Fire Asaoclatioa of Ph«., Capital & Assets, I J_S00.«JC taunrance Co: of N. A., PhiL', •••-..' . ^,«K» Penniylvwla Fire,, Phil., ? " " i1'^"" IflB.Co.ofPawPhlla.,.. .,}.-•; '. --i2&25 Lycoming of .Manncy, Pa. : ;•• " ?>58Mmi Lancaster of Lancaster. ;j¦••.•¦¦ • " W.OOO KewtOH of Newton, p '» .' CJ™«** Homefn8.Co.,N.lf.v {;'.-;.:' "V 6 «^ National ." --".. i ' - ..! ; ISffi Co-mercialFireu | " '* , 450."<« F*irfleld fire Ine. Co. Sotlth.t . - .: '•>'„;_•„„ Norwalk, Conn. | " , f\< .,.'",- &*¦&£ AUas '¦• -" • 1 '"'¦.' .'•' -5 800,000 Royal Canadian, of Montreal, ,___„_.., 'Canada. Y •' 1.200,0«0 Liverpool. London & Globe, -••¦-.- - ¦•"'.'.' n^ of Liverpool, Eng., j!; •' ' ..:; 21,000,000 Prov...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

' ¦ Of MOxxtrose. ;.'¦¦:.:yyy _ -. Y'--( ' ••• ^'. CASH CAPITAL $100,100. •¦; Y SVRPI-US; FUM>, $6,000. . £«.Z33MCOXr3E:Z3 To their new aud_ commodious Bank Building'„, .-.-¦¦.•:-•".- ¦ . public Avenue, ; Transacts the Irasiness of MERCHANTS, FARIVISHS, And Otncrs.^ ' .•COEEESPONDESfl:" New York, First National Bank r Phtladelphis. Pvn, ' delphia Kational Bank, 'n* WM. J. TTJRRBLL. pBEni>n,t * N. L. LBNHBIM, Cashibb. Montrose, March 25.1876. > rMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT^ C. & A. CORTESY, dut abbps, ¦ ¦ ' '—AND— ¦ MERCHANT TAILORING, AT OUR NE^V STOiiE, . No« Sl c°nrt Street. We would respectfully announce to the public thu we have removed to our new and spacious store, Ko. 21 corner of cdurt and Water streets, and arc filling it with a n«w stoo rt goods that have.just arrived. Usr stock of Dress Goods, Shawls, etc.. are of the very lrest Spring patterns and styles and purchased for citl when the market was most depressed. In the line ot Fan<"y Goo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Arrangement oi Mails. Y Y Via .Raiuioad: Arritet. Depart* .^hatmock,(Daily,) ..........IMpm ^16 m * - ViX Stages: Melrose I)epot..(Daily,) ..600pm 62(1 a ja «JJ Wont (Daily,) ....lOOOuib XSopm ? *, sviilc,(tri weekly,)., ....j. 600p m 800am V£k nStation,(trl weekly,).........:. 70ttam, 700am jS imto,,,t'i«S. Lake (tri weekly)., JJOdpm 700pn> KpPpen.it-rlweekly,) ..1000am 400pm ThpSew York, (oia Montrose Depot,) New Milford, ^rkhannoek.andWyaUming are daily. ( ,'. .. ~ 'l,j"hel;t,nklin Stationi mail runs Tuesdays, Thursdays, 1'!rhf.Viu"liiimton mall, (via Sliver Lake,) runs Tuea-,.!, Thursdays, and Saturdays.' •riendsville inai 1 runs Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat .a;[!j!e MX'shbppon mat 1 runs Mondays, Wednesdays, and friday.*- additional Staoes : . <tftgfilenvesdaily for Montrose Depot a* 1 fi..nnd w\tt 2{aS*&vc* daily for New MilfordtaflSOaim. i -.Vr'eturnsatSSOp.-m.. ¦ . 1.--. Y. 1 ,B4rtiuru t- E.C.FORDHAM.P.M. Montrose Railway Time Table, nrrangmen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

As ACT;—To prevent Jraud and fraudulent . practices upon or by hotel keepers, inn ^ keepers ami boarding housekeepers.' i| Section 1. Be it enacted, cfc5.,That every person who shall at any holel or inn, or boarding house, receive or cause to be! furnished any lood or accommodations, withj intent to dtfmud the owner or proprietor of such hotel, inner boarding house out of tlie value-or price of such food or accommodation, and every person who shall obtain credit! at any liou-i, inn or boarding house, by. the iisa ot any .;:dse pretences or device, or by deposit-1 iiy a\ such hotel, inn or boarding house Any fozgnza' ot property of value h-ss than the amount of such credit, or of tlie bill by such fpfrson incurred, with such fraudulent intent, ud any person who, after obtaining credit or iieeommodation at any hotel, inn dr board-' leg house, shall abscond from such hotel, iqu or boarding house, and shall- stirreptitiously remove his baggage or property therefrom, shall, upon convic...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Business Locals. A lot of Ameeican WATCHES, froni; a Bank-^ I'tsak, lor sale at one half original price,-r% Ull at once and. secure a bargain at J-.F. •'ii'.-'-NKjx's Music and Jewelry Sfore. - *-.? -; *Wrose, June 28; 187G. .. 26f8 - Tiu: Susquehanna. Oouuty Farmer's Ylub *'ii; rueet in Montrose, as usual Jon Saturday, •yy Nt,)u 2 o'clock p!. mi' T'be ^uessfibri for ^^pion is, "Is it more profitable, from the I'f^.uets ((f the, dairy, 10 raise calves than *.*ine V". Statistics will be quite iraportani in t,:l* (lUtistion.;. ,'; ^;'..^..:.';;Y^-:•;¦;-'^-.^''iv''r'i:;J-'::' , DII). Lathbop, Sic. «ne 2y. 1S7C. -......- ¦ . y '¦'' :-Y-.^ yyy yy¦¦¦ :-:- tF-STisxiAV- SeiiJios.—Oti. SabbitliYeven-, "ii: July 2nd, I8?(j, thevpastor of the Baptist •uii.-uL of Montrose, will preach.a sermon ¦'^•Uiciuuraiive of our,. Onef Iflundreiii-; Birtb-* : fcuhjwt, "God's ftiercyj/ecognized in tbe atonal growth and'prosperity of^ar,nation.5' 'vine service to comtnifence' ut^siaf^o'clock p ¦ , «m...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

ilTOlj)ES DE PATHS! ' -^ .. --ii ' - ¦ ' - . .-. *'. - ¦ ' - ' i ¦ JSH»x"±xi.S| Stylos, '' -Y- -AT- '- . ¦''.'' ^\^5ZD3Li£.;ES'jB.| [FRENCH MILLINEEY, . ' ! ¦:¦ :. '; -'- - . ' - ¦ ¦ - - i 97 Court Sereet, Binghamton, N~. Y. 97. i; The largest and best stock, of Mi llicrey Goods ontside oINcvrpfork, and at tlje: very lowest cash prices, jl buy for cash and sell lor cash., Wo will not be nnder-DOlii. LADIES' CAPS iA.NI>YUEAD-£»KESSES in a very large variety, ; ' ¦ ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' '. i ' - " . . ". ' . ., j FRANK LESLIE'S PATTERN^. HAIR GOODS, ETC. j ;F. ROZELLE.* | Binghkmton,N. Y., Aprfl 19, ld76.-<-iy.-3i. ]' ! - i - ' < \ : , - \ jyjoNTEosE y ;.: ..,";_¦: j_ vSTeaM;,milK-1" ¦ ., y--.: ' . —0—'¦ ..-." '-.'''':1y-\ OATS FOR SALE BY THE LOAD <atthe.Y ¦ ¦ -. "¦ ;: STEAM MILL. | FRE^H GROUND GRAHAM FLOUIR turtle at the; y STEAM MILL.J Ai.y^uantity of MEAL & FEED of tfce best vitality, at the •.-¦'. STEAM -MILL.;. FINE WHEAT MIDDLINGS at the ....,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

EGGS>:::,i; ::;-; ::-:;||.^^8 WHITE COCHENS,! I BUFF COOHE|rS, i PARTRIDGE CpCHENS, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, '"' ¦ ¦ ..; . v kNb HOUDANS. -; \. ". "r~r.• '..-" -'-. Eggs for Hutching^ - -j . $3 per 13. •'*¦¦ ¦' ¦-¦ ¦..'.'. ;'—L¦'. '" !'. •-. .. > - ' ,-''¦ •'.. '"-," | . j . . . . y . : tS^Yonn? Fowls' for salefaftcr Xagnnt lat, 1878. at reasonable prices. No Inferior speciraena shipped from my yard*. ,f . | 1 White Cocheri?.!*! premium at jJVroey Fair. (Berry & William? stock.) Buff Cochen*; Berry & Williams. Xo circular*. Write for What la j wanted and promp replys will be given. Adflres?. [ C.€. GILBERT, " f •' " i' GFreat Bend, Pa. iMarch 89. 187f».-6m. ' ¦ ] Wilber's liirek Draft eureka! Mower IS ^THK ¦ v . " 1 - -"I Best Mower in the World. ^ f " • -*_ ¦ - j Farmers SAVE twenty-flyo per cent, by using it in gathering their hay crop. ' 3 .[ ' ' - - ALL WIIO.TKY IT BUY IT! -S i Extra parts are interchangeable. '- ¦ '¦¦¦ -'-4^-1'v :¦¦¦"¦=: i ¦ i Our Agent...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

County Basiness Directory. Two lines in this Dlrcctoiy, one year, $1.60; each Additional line, jo cents. ":..-. ' '- - 'I' ~: : TT—I.- ¦•' ' MONTROSE. " :. ' ¦ WJJ. ilAOHWOUT, Stater. Wholetale and Retail dealer in all kinds of slate rootlug, state paint, etc., Roofs repaired with slate paint to order. Also, state paint for sal<» by the gallon oi barrel. Montrose. , BILLINGS STROUD. General. Fire and Life Iorar- . auce Agents, also, sell Railroad and Accidental Tickets to New York and Philadelphia. Office one door east of Wm.H Cooper a:. LVa bank. ¦;.,,- ¦ WM. B. BOYD & CO, Dealers In Stoves, hardware, and Mannf cturers of Tin and Sheet-i on ware, cor nerof Main and Turnpike street. A. N. Bullivd, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Book", Stationery and Yankee Notions; at the head of Pub- ' ' lie Avenue. WH. H. COOPER & CO., Bankers. Sell Foreign Passage Tickets and Drafts on England, Ireland, and Scotland. , > WM. L. CoX, Harness maker and dealer In ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Growing Flax for Export. JapiHttil l?u^hal Some statiements about the growth of flax for export that are calculated to mislead have recently been widely published;' It would^ he a costly mistake if farmers should be led to raise 1 'flax, with the expectations of fin ding a foreign market for the fiber that should be! pvotitable at once, "both because ..wtjl cannot expect to complete with those producers who tre; nearer to the; manufactories a:>.d because it is certain; that to rinse raw material here 1:6 send abroad and to buy manufactured linens abroad for use here is a losing business. By and by we shall manufacture all-tiie flax*-we can produce but before that time comes we must have the fiber, else manufacturers will liot be induced to (mild'mills to spin and-weave, it. Farmers may therefore grow flax fiber for shipment to, foreign countries if they will, but the returns will be but small at first.; This is ,enevitable. To commence the 'business will lead to, a ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦ Parsnips, p '> ] i, .' The culture of parsnips is largely extending in France lor cattle feeding j and as an ordinary garden vegetable it is also in great demand. ;The soil that suits beets will satisfy the parsnip, and the manure is plowed down or dug in ; the seed is sown either in rotfsj by the machine, or broadcast, aad the plants receive but two weedings or hoeings—rwhen the plants are five and fifteen inches high respectively. The leaves are cnt in the month of September, and allowed to lade for 24 hours before being ertan to the cattle.- The roots can be taken up daring thejwinteras'requiredi; frost'does them no harm; the ration is sixteen pounds three times a day {and tlie .rodts are cut; when given to pigs<they ought to be cocked. In the West jbf France tbe pa^n.ip.r>plac€d.Ypiat«.'.for^OT^; and being my nutritive all animal* quickly put up/Sesh wb^^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

¦>¦ ; ' -.'.."- i , ~ / "<p: ' f ? ' [¦ '. > : S-f.. | Business Cards. D'K;[ELLEN E: MITCHELL, PHYr , sibtan and Surgeon, graduate of the Woman Is Medical College o( the N. Y. Infirmary, tbeii resident physician for a year in the Woman's Hospital in N. Y.: after four years' practice:in ion du Lac; Wisconsin, has located, in Montrose; Special attention given to| diseases of women and Children. Office at the foot bf Main Street, in the old David Post bonib: stead. |.' ' i • Montrose, Dec. 15,1875.r-3ru*n50 . { H. -!d-. BALDWIN M. D., HOMOri • jpatbic Physician nnd Surgeon, has located himself :at Montrose; wh\*re he will attend promptly to ail profwaional busines* entrusted to his care.^- £5^0ffce in Canrialt's Wilding, second floor, froiit. Boards at Mr. E. BaWwhTs. -.;•;. ... ¦¦: ' I Montrose, Par., March lift 1875. tSRj W, W: SMITH, DENTlST.-f-JL/ Kooms at his dwelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey's, on Old Foundry street, where he would be happy to see a...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

BrisineB^ C!ard8v y y I S.PDTTER, DENTIST,-WISHES !-/• to inform the people of Montrose and Vicinity:, that he is permanently located,|in the second story otfc. I". Stamp's new building; oppiii?iie Cooper's Bank. All kinds orDental Work done ihrthe best maimer. N.B.—Nitrous Oxide, Laughing Gaes, given lor.the painless extraction of teeth. ; . •-; Montrose, April 5th,' 1870.-tf I . J7~BAC0N, WILlt HEREAFTER -l-j •'• ¦. furnish tbe citizens of Montrose and Vicinity, with first-class Bread, Buscuir,; Rolls Pies, Crakes and Cookies, Tarts. <fcc., &c. &c. ! Parties and >VeA*hDg sunpliedi and quality guaranteed. ^"Dining Rooms np stairs, where Geo: Callis will be found ready to satisfy the cravings of the limcruian. '"-:•-' Montrose/May 3d. 1876. ? ! . E- BACON. NEW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP All kinds of machinery njtade, or furnished to or der. Repairing promptly attended to. . V. JOLIUS SHULTZ. New Milford, May 17,1876.—liy, ,-,'¦'.. WM. A. CROSSMO>...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

MisfeUanebus. ¦ ¦ * ¦¦' ¦¦¦- ¦ . ' .. i • • . i ' YIM03JTTB.OSE PLANING;: . ; M ILL :".-- ;'"'-'V.' -'.'/' •"¦ ' AND ".-LUMBER YARdN ' ^•'Tnirder to better accommodate the commnnitv iy. nndersigied has.established a depot for ib" IliVr Lumber MannfactoMdat hit unvriy-erectnl l« Wi? leof the;qid Kcelcr tannery Site, in the * MlAitg on ;.- : HEART OF TOWN where will be kept constantly oChan^., A full stock of WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK ¦ OAK, ASH, MAPLE. AND BLACK ' •WALNUT LUMBER, whlch,with the aid of the most improved machibcv at-*« ¦».»%' workmen, is preparedto work intoanyVhtoe to meet the wants of Customers. p WELL SEASONED LUMBER, INCLUDING SIDINfl FLOORING, CEtLING.' SHINGLE lNIrn,G• LATH CONSTAN1LY ON HAND. 'Planing, Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawln* coueto order. --"»wdk WAGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH, MANUrACTOHY in connection wiln the above establishment, undcrthe managemint of Mr. E. H. Rogers. Examine our work before leaving your orders elsewhere. Repairing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Should llorncs Wear Blinders. A writer in the Times says these sensible things: ' i j \ We could nevft see vHiat vice or deiormity lay iu a horse's eye, that made it." necessary to cover it .upland:shut <ijut its owner from at least two-thirds of.its' rightful vision. The poet says that old age looks backward; but wei never heard such im idiosyncrasy charged;] ypomthe horse. The theory that a horse is less apt to be frightened when shut out from everything behind him, w0 suspect to be a fallacy,flse saddle-horses and war-horses would l>e duly blindtdj. Everv horse i's as familiar with his own cairiage as his o vn tail, and so fa? as 1 lis personal fortitude is poncerneil, is no more disturbed by being pursued by one than the other. As for other scare-crows that conie np behind, they are mostly so faniil.ar to the animal, that, the more fully the horse can perceive them, the more,'-quickly;'does|he fciibmit to their approach. !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

.'*—-—. ¦o-———- Ttleal I'eeding: J^'gain. The Boston. Cultivator of Mav 26lh, in an editorial says : I "Joseph Barnard, of Hopkintou, N. H., has made a trial of'tire "Miller system of feeding on meal" alone.] He took a healthy inJcalf heifer and (feed he? two quarts of m?al a day and nothing more lor several weeks when she refund to eat the meal. For a few days he gave her hay, when she again took the me*l, did well on it, dropped a healthy i?alf, and kept in good condition. Barnard says he would not recommend theV; practice, but claims be has demonstrated that animals can be supported on meal alone and in ^an: emergency he should adopt the plan. When she "refused to eat meal/ provided she had had nothing else, how then about the ^emergeftcv V No farther needs be told that j-it is not wise to feed animals of t|he bovine family with corn-meal alone'!"' i

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Save ¥ma||ioapsad8.; Who wonld tbifow away a barrellul of soap or a t)or; of hard soap.?. ^eire. it not otherwise useful, it-would- be of great value as a fertilizer, if spread, in its raw Btate, about ;mt; -fruit;-trees:':.ot" berry bushes. But, after being dissolved in water and passing through the wash . tub, gleaning the imperceptible elements of the best manure from solid liner.? its fertilizing power is vastly increased; Indeed, we may almost say thdt the average soapsuds from the kitchen and laundry i« worth more than the soap which produces it. Do not} then, allow your soapsuds to: run away wasted, while you have trees which it injgbt benefit j;- When jpotatoes are planted,if a few peas be dropped in every other hill in every second row, a fine crop of green peas will be produced, -supported by jthe potato vines. The blacK-eyed marrowfats are beat for planting, as they grow freely and quickly; and the crop of polafoes will not be diminished: in the Imtif^mks mid S&am...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 28 June 1876

Butter Product of Cows. t At the recent farmers' convention at Woodstock. Gohn., under the auspices of the Cotiuecticiit Stare Board of ..Agriculture, Dr. Iiewis Sturtevant adyaneed the following ideas concerning-the formation of milk globiiks and the influence of food on tlie butler product. He conjmeuced by referring to the cause of the opacity ot milk. It derives its opacity fro|m minute globules floating iu a watery fluid. They are the oils or butter-fats encased in a peliclY or membrane, albuminous iii its character. TheyLare -th|? morphological portion of the milk. The serum is composed of caseine sugar ol milk and varies in size from the 1-15O0 to 1-2700 of an inch in diameter. The size varies with the breed, with the time from calving and with the food. . ;The minute secreting cells of the udder, he thought, are*really v but a stag* of development of butter globule' itself. The cells grow by'budding and the new cell is \ca*t off aiid becomes a butter dobule. What was...

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