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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

E"*H S:s |;_ mm. i «;MlIL fil Jj J Of MOntrose. i . "'. »?» CASH CAPITAL $100,100. -':':; SURPLUS FUND, $6,000. -; -/:/;!-;, stsjBAOTraaiD- ¦ To their, new and commodious Bank Building on Public Avenue. Transacts the business of i MERCHANTS, FARIYIEHS, i. And Otners. .... ¦ .'.' "COBBESPOHDEHTS." New York, First National Bank; Philadelphia, Phu. delphla National Bank, ' "* WM. J. TTJRRELL. Pbmidwi, N. L. LENHEIM, CabhiebJ Montrose, March 26,1876. rMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT, C, & A. CORTESY, DRY GOODS, -,'.;-...' -—AND— ¦ MERCHANT TAILORING, AT OUR NEW STORE, No. 2t Court Street. We would respectfully announce to the public that we nave removed to our new and spacious store. No. 21 corner of rourt and Water streets, and are filling it with anew stoct of goods that have jusi arrived. Onr stock of Dress Goods, Shawls, etc.,- are of the very lat: est Spring patterns and styles aud purchased for cata when the market was most depressed. In the line ol Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Arrangement of Mails. Via Railboad: n .. Arrives. Departs Tdnlibanuock,(Daily,)....... 100pm lS15m 4 Via Stages: - i ¦ \-_ tfnntroseDepoUDaily,)..'.....'.' 600jjm 620aji 522? jlilfofti;(Daily.) < .-...1000am 130pm IvValiising. (Daily,) » 045am 200pm iriondsvme,(triweekly,).* •,. 600pm 800am o„nkliiiStation,(triweeklv,>.......i.'700am-700am nfn<rbaaiton,*iaS. Lake,(tri weekly).. tlOOpnVN 7O0pm Soppcn.ltriweekly,)..............1000am. 400pm The New York, (eta Montrose Depot,) New Milfbrd, p„ukluinnock,aud Wyalusing aredailv. : i - TliisOonklin Station mall ruus Tuesdays, Thursdays, '"rheVnghamton mall, (cia Silver Lake,) runs Tubs-<;« Thursdays, and Saturdays. VriendB'vIllb mail runs Tuesdays,Thursdays.and Sat "tiic iicshoppen mail runs Mondays, Wednesday B, and ?rlda>8' Additional Stages : \ strtgc lcavcsdaily for Montrose Depot at 1 m.,and Junisatttp. m. -v' A Stage leaves daily for New Milford at 7 80 a.m. ^areturne'atSSOp.m. ?n(1 r ' ¦ B....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Business Locals Gkove Meeting.—The Universalists will bold a Gro>e Meeting at Lenoxv}lle,- Sunday, July lUlh, near the hpuse of James Robinson, services commencing at 10% a. m., and 1*£ p. m. • ,« July 12,1876. ¦:-' -:-T Dr. X C. Market, "having removed his of lire from Hopbotiom to Springville, Susq'a co., Pa..respectfully solicits patronage. Hopbotiom, July 12,1876. .27w4\ Notice is hereby given that my accounts are in she hands'of Ansel'Merrill, ojl Hoppottom, for'collection: AH indebted will please call and seiile, bv note or otherwise. "' N ;;' K C. Macket, M. D.-j. Hoptiottom, July 12,1876. . ' j J2?\y4'!j Clairvoyant Examinations Free. \ s There is no subject, that requires so much study and experience as the treatment ot ctronk diseases. The astonishing success and re innrkabre cures perlormed by Dr. ButterfieM, are due to the gift of clairvoyance, |to the life-Inns study of tire constitution of mahi, and the curing of diseased from natural remedies. Cures. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

ASSIGNEE'S SALE Of Real Z2i9t£ite. . ¦ - ' ''*"•! Notice ia hereby siven that in pursuance and oy virt ue of ah order of the Court ot Common Pleas or Susquehann» county to us directed, we will expose for sale at public vendue in Brookdale, Liberty township, Subqnebanna county, on \ Wednesday, July 26, 1S76, at JO o'clock a. m., the following described pieces or parcels of 1 .rid. the estate of Alanson Chalkcr aasisned for theht-nent ofhis creditors, viz: The first situate in Liberty township. Susquehanna' couuiy. bounded aa follows : On the north by lands of Kuight and Hanson, on the east by lands of Wm. Jt*snp and D. J, Murpbey, on he scuth by lands! ol B. F. Butts.JMr. Qaigeaud the Riney creek, on th« west by lanes of LibbieRoss and Urusa R6ss, P. P: Butts ind tbe turnpike road; Coiitamin-; o!pe .hundred and fifteen acres of land more or less, on which is. a Uwelling Louse, barns, &c, and about one hundred acres improved. The Second sluiate in Ihe same township, bounde...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

¦ gGGS EQGS WHITE COCHENS, I BUEF COOHENS, PARTKIDGE UOCnENS, PLYMOUTH- ROCKS, ANJLI HOULVANS Eggs .for Hatching, - - - 93 per 13. ^^"Young Fowls for sale after August 1st, 1876, at reasonable priced. No inferior specimens shipped from my yards. } j White Cocheris, 1st premium at Jersey Fair, (Berry & Williams stock.) Buff Cochdni.-' Berry & WJillamB. No circulars. Write for what- is wanted and promp repiys will be given. Addres*. i C. C. GILBERT, ;. Great Bend, Pa. March 29.1876.-6m. This standard article Is compounded with the great est care. Its fffectsare as wonderful and satisfactory as ever. It ri-stores gray or laded ha.r to its youthful color. It removes all eruptions.Jiltcbingand dandruff; and the scalp by its u/e beconiiis white aud clean: By its tonic properties it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing: billdness, and making the hair grow thick and strong.! As a dressing nothing has been found so effectual, or desirable. Dr. A...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Coanty Business Directory, Two lines in this Directory, one year. $1.60; each additional line, 50 cents. MONTROSE. WW. JlAGawOTJT. Stater. Wholesale andKetail dealer In ail kinds of elate roofing, slate paint, etc., Roofs repaired with slate paint to order. Also,'slate paint for sale by the gallon 01 barrel. Montrose. BILLINGS STROUD, General, Fire and Life Insurance Agents, also, sell Railroad and Accidental Tickets to New York and Philadelphia. Office one dobreastbf.Wm.il Cooper fc, Co's bank. ; WM. H. BOYD & CO, Dealets in Stores, hardware, andManuf ctcrers of Tin and Sheet-i.on ware, corner of Main and Turnpike street: A. N. Bullard, Dealerlb Groceries, Provisions, Book', . Stationery and Yankee Notions; at the head of Pub-He Avenue. . :¦ . WH. H. COOPER & CO.. Bankers. Sell Foreign Pas-. s:igcTickets and Drafts on England,,Ireland, and Scotland. WM. L. COX, Harness maker and dealer In all articles usually kept by the trade, opposite the bank. JAMBS E. CARMALT,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Management of Lawns. A small pam iblet of seventeen pages on this subject written by Thomas Me cl utile, landscape gardener of Hartford, Connecticut, c'ontains some good suggestions,! which,; although not new to men of skill, are! worthy of being repeated in condense! form: 1. The drier climate'of America -requires a deep and richer soil than Eng* larvd, to maintain a continued green through the he'at of summer. 2. Terraces are properly objected to and denouuceil as being unnatural and discordant with itrue taste; ...... 3. Sewers where necessary, and underdraihs, are the first!requirements when a lawn is intended. >4. The reasons for drainage are, access to the air, and the admission of the rains to pass through it, so that "it is washed, aired and dried." 5, Deep tillage and manuring are the foundation oi isuccess with American lawns—-the eojil jto be uniform in texture and quality, to prevent spots—and trenching keeping tjie; rich soil at the surface, beiiig essent...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

DYING IN HARNESS. > :.—?*_4"-' &m mi fion^fcoW Only a lalleh horse, stretched out- there on the - 'road,'-' i"l' - '' ' Stretched in the broken shafts, and crushed by the heavy load; \ It Only a faUen horse, and a circle of vjrond^ring eyes''" ' ,-"•.', .¦.¦¦¦ .'¦' Watching the'frighted teamster goading the . neast to . r v Hold ! for his toil is over—no rr^'ore labor tor him/! ¦ •- ' ¦/';. . See the poor neck outstretched and the! patient eyes grow dim : . \ See on the friendly stones how peacefully rests, j the head— i Thinking, if dumb beasts think, how good it is to be dead; . - | ' After the buidened journey', how restful it is to lie , s . . With the broken shafts and the cruel load/waiting only to die. I Watchers, he died in harness, died m the shafts andstraps, ! , Fell, and the great load killed him ; one oi the day's mishaps, | . I One ot the passing wonder^ marking the city road, ¦ ' .'[;:.-A toiler dying in harness, heedless ot call or goad.. P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Peas Before Wheat. A fallow is good to aestroy weeds—indeed, it is. almost! the only effectual way—cleaning, enriching and improving the land; but it is work and deprives the hind of a crop for the season. A better way,.with land. not too weedy or, harsh is to do the work^f the fallow and bring a crop w'ith it—a crop which draws for its length largelyjl upon the atmosphere^ Such a crop is [the' pea, which seems to be one of the few plants that enrich the. soil if the crop be removedprovided you leave as much straw on the ground as can be, thus leaving the roots and the main part of the stem. Besides the soil is left in a good condition, mellow at the top and nWharsh below. / • The pea is ol more importance .than farmers usually credit it with. They assent to the benefit of! the grain as a feed particularly for pork in which it competes with corn, though we hate to give the bitter grain the credit. The crop in general can be made a successful! one, realising say from twenty t...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Business Cards DR. ELLEN E. MITCHELL, PHYelciun and Surgeon, graduate of tbe Woman * Medical College ol the N. Y. Infirmary, then; resident, physician for ajearin. the. Woman's Hospital in N: Y.: after four year*' practice in Fon da Lac. Wisconsin, .ha* located Un Montroee. - fepeclal attention given to diseases of women- and children. Office at the foot of Main Street; in1 the old David Post homestead.." - i1 .; «¦ ; ¦' „ ¦• ¦ .-¦¦ ' ¦;. . Montrotsc. Dec. 15,11875.—8w*nS0 HD. BALDWIN, M\ D., H0MCE • pathic Phyijlcian. mi Surgeon, 1ms located hlmielf at Montrosei, where he will attend promptly to all profesaional buBlneas entrusted to his care.-jsgrofflce In Carmalt'g building, gecond fU)or, front. Boards at Mr. E. Baldwin's. Montrose, Pa., Slairch 10,1875. '. T\R. W. W, SMITH, DENTIST.-XJ Rooms at hid dwelling, next door north of Dr. Hnlsev's.on Old foundry street, where he would be happy to uee all those in want of DenUl Work. He feeipconlldeiit that he can pleiseall. both...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

s Steamed Com Bread. ¦ ¦:\: \ ' : ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦: - . • ' One cup of sweet milk and one-half cup of sour niiik, three enps of corn meal one cup offljour vhalf a ciip of syrnp one tf-aspoQuful of sodastnd one teaspopnl'ul of.salt. ;Steam two houiF. !, In Orange county thei post mortem examination of . turkies that suddenly and sfcrjmgely died -showed that they hadb&n feasting on Oolorftdo huge. A[ ytt1 ¦'\:*: rr/-:.'- ;'^ : M--:- ^kiiX

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Business Cards T'•¦.""¦ S.POTJTBH, DENTIST, WISHES JU«; t6 inform the people bf MontrdseahdVfcsnify, that he is permanently located, in the second story oi E. P. Stamp's new building; opposite Cooper s Bans. AH kinds. orDental Work done in the; best manner. ¦. N. B.—Nitrous! Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the painless extraction of teeth J Montvose, April. 5tb, 1876.-ftf . IJV BACOlN., WILL HEREAFTER I--J* ¦ furnish "the; citizens of Montrose and Vicinity, with first-class Bread. Busc^iit, Rolls Pies. Cakes and Cookies, Tarts, &c; &c, &c Parties and Weddings supplied, and quality guaranteed. |3£~Dlhlng Rooms np stairs, whereyGeo. Callis will he found ready to satisfy the cravingsfof the inner man. Montrose, Ma* 3d, 1876. ' E. BACON. NE W MILFORD |M ACHINE SHOP All kinds of machinery made, or furnished to or dcr. Repairing promptly attended to. f i • I • JuLlUS SHTJLTZ. New Milford,May 17,1S76L-Iy. > .J W M. A. pROSSMON, ATTORNEY at Law.! Off...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

»X<H_ y--;-.-- - -_--, "'"1 ; ' f - : - • ' ¦ SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY AGRICULTURAL WORKS, ' -.- - y s.. ¦ • : .-. Having been reorganized under tbe firm,name, and style of Susquehanna County Agricultural ¦ : i : Worf s, limited, i ' R.Jewett, I^res, W. H. Coopeh, Treas., D. Sayi_, Secretary. Are now prepared to furnish, on tbort notice, • " . *' ^tatifllnarg Engines, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, TURBINE . ^ ATER WHEELS., ' l : And do all kinds of ml^l and job work promptly and satisfactorily, at low rates. We manufacture and have •n hand a mrgte assortment of : ' -: ' i PT (\WT tlOF improved J_- \J VV p patterns. CAULDRON KETTLES of different styles, ADJUSTABLE BAHN DuOR HANGINGS, MEADOW! ROLIiERS, BLACKSMITHS' FOBGES POTS antl I GRATES, DOG POWERS for churnins, One and Two Horse POWERS and THRESHERS, of the latest and best ; j |putterns, &c, &c. j Montrose, March it 1876.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

flarfli:! «ory ..- .; ..*" ¦>-;; -.'¦[. . eW «ui;d call the attention of the Public wanting ANYTHING IN THE MARBLE LINE •! . !. '¦¦ ¦ * ¦ ¦ ¦ ,. .1 to OUR WORKS at : •! ¦ - ; - . ¦ 'I ' . SUSQUEHANNA DEPOT, PA.? B^"Belng the only Mt rhle Works in the County.Jgg. •) - ' ¦ ¦¦¦'[ \- "•¦¦¦'jl ;¦•"•¦¦ ':¦;¦¦ "!vv--'¦ • "-"« vj.: '¦"-''' r" - '¦- ': "- '"• ¦ ' ;-- ':! ¦"!;. '•'. All Work Warranted as Represented ''.....' I- >,,; CHNO'SALE. : :-•;.•'•:. '. -\ rati VA-ii save money " ' ' . ! X[i: ':."¦¦ I ' ¦ ¦" ¦ - '; '• '¦ • :-. ' :' . ' ". [f[ By jcalllngon us". WILLIS DcLONG. ¦¦:¦'•.-¦ ;1'-'" J. : '.-""¦; ¦'¦¦'• '-:• ¦¦ -'>:':-;- - \ . ! f J ¦ M. A. COLVIN,'gent,, Susq'a Deikit, Pa :.JA| jrU 14,1875.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

KisceUaneons. ' i^oijri?_ip. s~3 PLANING MILL .* - . ' ...-.'' .-•-..-•¦'¦¦' AND.. • / '¦;. luS^c^tth^s^i^w&b. Lumber Manufactured at hit ncwiy-erecttdhnildinl 5 the;01dKeelcr tannery Site, in the '' Pn»«nfi on HEART OF TOWN ' where will be kept consUntly on hand. A full stock ofr WHITE AND YELLOW PINE.BEMLOCK OAK, ASH, MAPLE AKD BLACK. WALNUT LUMBER, which,with the aid of the most Improved machines mil competent workmen, is prepared to work into any Aa_ to meet _cwanu of Customers. »»y«-aap« WELL SEASONED LUMBJ4R, INCLUDING Sffimrf FLOORING. CEILING. SHINGLE AND % LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. • - Planing ¦.Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawln? done to order. * WAGON, CARRIAGES & SLEIGH, raANUF2M3TOBY in connection wii n the above establishment, under the management of Mr. E. H» Rogers. Examine oar work beforeleavlng your orders elsewhere. Repalrlnfe done promptly. " A, LATUROP. Montrose, Septembej 29th. 1875. I ¥EW ARRANGEMENT! Tie People's: Drne store . - ¦ i ' ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Bitter Cream. \The cause and cure are both well enough knj>wjh. Cream •becomes bitter by long keejping; at three days it will begin to tell; after the fourth day it is unfit to be used in coffee or made into butter spoiling both. In summer there is little bitter milk or cream, because the cream is churned sooner thari,in wint«T seldom reaching ihe third dav.l Sometimes, where there is a single Qowf kept, I have known the bitter to show! on account of the email quantity of cream accumulating. The summer practice is reversed in the winter. There bt}ing too little milk to require irequent churning then—say one, and sometimes two churnings a week—we account rdadily fur the evilcomplained uf. Thi forepart of the season, when milk is in greater quantity, necessitating i morex frequeuit churning I hear of but little complaint. It -matters not hovv good the feed] is* if the teoder4st hay and roots are add^d, making an approach to summer fe^d; nor how clean the milk is kept, t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

Boston Brown Bread. • The following is the receipt for the Bos ton brown bread that is served hot with the baked beans, which; the Bostoniaus think no Sunday breakfast is complete without: A full pint and a half of Indian meal, a goodjhalf pint of-wheat flour, 1 crip'of sweee^t and 1. cup of sour mi;lk. a teaspooniul of soda in ihe sour milk, 3 tablespooiifujs of molasses,;1 fablespbori' fill of yeist, j'apd a pinch of salt. Put it in a warmj place to rise, the morning of the day before you want to use it, Then let it steam steadily four hours, Warm for Weak fast by steaming.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

jj Banking, fete. HBA^INb HOUSE Montrose, pa. GENERAL j {BANKING BUSINESS DONE. COLLEfaoNS MADE ON ALL POINTS ^IND PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED IjjQR* AS1 HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC AND EOREIGN. EXCHMGEjFORSALE: UNITED STATES (&IOTHER BONDS BC|UGHT|AND SOLD. COUPON! AND (JITY AND COUNTY BANKf CHECKS CASHED AS iy USUAL.'-; . ¦¦¦ ^ •' ocean Reamer passage tick-ETS TjjO AND FROM EUROPE. I • INTERe|t ALLOWED ON SPECIAL ti^e deposits;, as per agreement when the depos-| it is made. I : ¦ ' "' In the fuijure, as in the past, we shall endeavor to trunsapt all money business to trie satis faction of onr patrons and correspondents-. WM. H.COOPEK & CO., Montrose. March 110.'75.--tf. Bankers. I ' - ¦ t t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 12 July 1876

SOMETHING (NEW. ¦' - :¦-.-•'"l-i^M { :h±- \:rr. • ¦J". A|B00T |& SHOE SHOP has Just opened dv'or Weeks', Melhuish _ Co. All kinds of work made to order. fiepairlngidOije on short ¦otlce. After having itearly 15 year* experience in the bnelneas I feet confident I can please all who max give •me *e»U. ¦':f--':. ..'.';'¦ !.: i -.v. v. '.:¦:. -¦:¦¦.. c;- .-. :y ^-- \'-4X ."--;¦ '1" - ';.'JC.;B. UPTEGHOVE. Mo»tro8eiiFel».*;187«j~tt ^-..y^.-JliuiMttrV/-.

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

HOME 0p3il^Gr; ; When brothers leave the>lil heajtfreiime; And go; each one, a seperateway''¦?'•¦' ¦'¦ Weihink.ap we co oia atpne, -!• !^ J Along our pathway ^da^byday^ ; .[/ Of ohleii scenes and faces dear, ' Of voices that We miss so much, 's ¦ And memory brings the ab3ent:near Until we almost leeLtbeltouch' "• ¦"¦ ,'* •' Of loving hands; and hear, dhc^ more, - The dear old voices ringing out, | ' i As in the happy tiiaie ofiyore',^ ^ V Ere life had caught a s'hadfe of; doubt. If you should;i>laceagai'nst your' ear ::;-'' ¦ '• The shell you plundered fromthe sea, Down iR lis liidden heart you'd hear A lowland tender melody, ."['".; - A murmur.of the restless tide, J Ayealnlng^bprn ofc memory^ ; And, thoiigh its longings be denied, w Tlie shell keeps singing of the sea, Arid sometimes When old memories throng, LikeghostaVtue chambersiof our souls, We feel the yearning, deep and sfong, A lbriging we Cannoti control, ! To lay our cares'aid bugindss py To seek the ...

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