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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

The Bcsf-Puying Crops. <Jaw* artd ^tt^KaW. Every once in a ^vhile some poor fellow's head is turned at the report of some otherbody's success with some one crop or another The figures are; astounding. He firmly believes that what one man has done another can do,apd. he ventures in the same field, only ito lose in some cases all. And yet it is true that almost all the best success i^ (arming or gardening comes jErom close attention to some one crop, specially and above all. \ But no one. can! tell an cither what is bestforhini to grow.-i-:Even when the soil is specially adapted to a certain crop, there are all the little details of practical culture to be mastered; and even .then the question Of marketing enters large ly into the success of the experiment. ! It is often 4a matter: of -envy with farmers of a certain class,. that mercantile affairs should seehi tp make; more satisfactory ventures than farming; but it is seldom thought over how these very successful bus...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

oi j Time tor Pruning. i In 11866, says a correspondent;, me Gardmerh Monthly,^Ihad a young orchard that 1 began to prune in February and continutd at intervals till August and those pruned in June did better, healeid Over sooner, than any primed either before or. after that period. In 1871 iI began to renoyate an orchard ten years! oHt that"had been trained according to the absurd iashiwn of low heads which prevail^ atUhat time. It took agr*a^ deal ot cutting and trimming;. the result was that every wound made in June—the time the work was done—began at once! to [heal over, and by the time growth stopped vin the fall,, every place where a branch had been cut oft had a beautiful ringiof new bark and woodvbf from onethird to one-half inch in width all around it, and itill they are doing well. CtJitEBNT Jelly.—Wash your currants put;|;hem in a kettle, sternaand all, mash and boijl filtt*eh minutes after they begin toboil; then strain, arid measure, and - boil fifteenminutes lo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

•!" Miscellaneous, WHY FLOWERS BLOOM IN WINTER 1 ",-: • ¦ ::¦ "'¦—°~~ .' j '"¦-¦ .''¦ Are you aware that you can obfctln Summler heat In January ? That youi can impart balmy air to you families t that y>tt can givq spontaneous growth to plants and Flowers, and that you can make home a little paradise by purchasing one of B; 0. Sayre's Hot- Air furnaces f These "Furnace* are now constructed with VAPOR PAN by which the atmospnere i?tempered to that resembling Summer heat. . NO MORE CRACKING OF JFURNITURE^-NO: MORE DRY . ; HUSKY HEAT. ;, ^r.nof^IR^^,;; And the time has come when consumptivea may rejoice in coal fires. These furnaces are sold entirely npon their own merits, ae'd are now the leading Furnace in this part ol* rhe country All Furnaces !are warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale. ; ¦¦¦"- . JJ1 TJ 3FL 1ST A. O^ES fi^ I keep competent men on the road who are well acquainted with the Furnace business arid they are constantly putting up these Furnaces; Thefr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

« 3 < i i ! Business Cards. ; 1 Vr! ELLENS E. MITCHELL, PHY^ U sician and Snrcfcon, graduate of the .Womnn a MedicalCollegc otthd N. Y. Jlnflrmary, then resi-KSSicU for a ydrin the Woman's nospttal.m N Y : afterfour yeari,' practice in Fon du Lac. Wisconsin, has located in! Montrose. Special attention civen to diseases of Women- and children. Office at 5ie foot of Main Street, in the old David Post homestead. •'• i ¦'" I 1 - - •• Montrosci Dec. 15,. 1375.—3m[»n50. . HD. BALDWIN, M. D., HOMCEj •! pathic Physician *nd 'Surgeon, has located himself at Montrose. \f here he will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care.-^irOfflcK in Carmalt'iS building, second floor, front. Boards at Mr. E. Baldwin's. ,.... '..-, Montrose; Pa., March 10,1875. *¦ DR. W. W. jSMITH, DENTIST.-* Rooms at his duelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey's, oh Old Foundry street, where he would he happy to see all those! In want of Dental Work. He feelsconfldent that hejean pleas...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

Business Cards. T-,,' S.POI'TER, DENTIST, WISHES J-V* r io Inform the people of Montrose and Vlcinlt* that t>e i« permanently located, in the second story atw V. Stamp's new building; opposite Cooper's Bank Aii kinds of Dental Work done In the be*t maiiner' N. B:—Nitrous Oxide, Laughing Gati given for th. painless extraction of terth, ° ine : Montrose, April 5th, lt>76.-r-tf P BACON, WILL HEREAFTER X_.« - furnish the citizens of Montrose and Vicinit* with first-class Bread. Buscnit, Rolls Pies, Cakes an j Cookies, Tarts. Ac, Ac, Ac, Partle* and Weddino. supplied, and quality guaranteed. C ~"Dlnlng Roots. np stairs, where Geo. Callls.will be founo ready to tit. isfy the cravings of the inner man. Montrose, May 3d. 1876. ,\ - E. BACON NEW MILFORD MACHINE SHOP : All kinds of machinery made, or furnished to or der. Repairing promptly attended to. JULIUS SHULTZ New Milford, Mi.y K, 1876-ly. \\7 M. A. CROSSMON, ATTORNEY v.*1- at Law. Office' over the' First Nation Ba...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

Ventilation ol jClotlics Closets. A weekly journal calls aUerltiou to a subject which is probably very little at*, tended to in the bnilding of dweilinghonses, vizi: the provision for y«m>ifati6n of clothes closets, It leaves;, that there should he » .window or opening of sbme sort from tr^e closet to the outer ^ a'Dorlp a hall, ^otUat a;«urre«t of air ^ might remove any tmpleaeantv odorsarising froni clothing that has bt4n worn, from shoes or from anything elU-kept in the closet.) A garment that has hung up for.a;length1 of time ib a closfe closet is; as uiifit to Wiear, unless it has been^^ thoroughly aired aB:though[,the unwholesome vapors it had absorbed: were visible to the-;eye._'; The charm of olothirig new and clean lies far more in: tiie absence:-;o;f-. these-vdpo^i thtin many people are aware. ^ »The eafiest way, and in fact :the onjtywiy, to epie a well-developed case of gapes is to pall off the chicken's head; Swabbing out the throat with afeather.br injec...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 August 1876

- '. I- : . • Wood Ashes. ' i ¦ : •-.'. ¦ - .- • ;' The Scientific American says':-..The point jto which we now call attention is, that ouri farmers and fruitgrowers are ignorant'-of the importance of wood ashes as al vegetable stimulant and leading Cdnstiiuent of plants. Eren coal ashes, now thrown away as useless, have been shownIjoth by experiment and. analysis to posess a fair share of alkaline value. We will relate only one experimen t. * *Some twenty five years ago, we treated au old pippin tree as follows; The hollow to the lieight of eight feet, was filled and ramtned with a composite of wood ashes, garden mould, and a little waste lime (carbonate.) The filling was securely fastened I in Nby hoards... The next year the crop of sound fiuit was sixteen bushels frcmWold shell of'a tree that had borne1 nbthing of any, accou pt for some time,janu\for seventeen years, after the filling of the old pippin tree it coctinued to flourish and bear w£ll.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

, THE AGE OF SjTEAL. —' • -(- ¦ -. The world, hath great progressive periods . known'; • ' ,-j 1 '.. '.]' The first was called the "Ag« <|>f Stone," The next the"broiize" and then the ''iron" came, '. ' ,'. ,._ '/,..' While the present jocks a distinctive name. ¦'.-., But with significant, baptismal seal,, j It should be called the ageot "Steal!"- !'t. : A name not used in ambiguous way, But always spelled distinctly'with ah a. „ .;j For far too manyjthink that thieving pays * it? And live-by robbery in a thousand: way§,.; j ;? And seek with cunning and inventive brain, Some selt-adyanlage rapidly to gain. Though "wooden nutmegs" may be out of date, The cheats are quite as "Yankeefied"and greatil A long-faced deacon of the days of; bl<l-^\ ¦*- . A country, grocer, as the tale is told, . r! With a sharp eye for principal and trade*;,/. ¦ TLese plain instructions to his. clerk conveyed : To "sand the sugar and dilute the rutu, '» And then to morning prayer...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

SECOND THOUGHTS ARE BEST. "T OOK, WALTER; that young girl's Jj face would make, an at list's, for* tune!"/ '.-.'* "By i all that's wonderful, if it isn't my cousin May!" 'said! [Walter, reigning in hie horse so suddenly as to throw him .upon his haunches. . "Well, you gipsy, what are you doing fifty miles from home this morning ? Some mischief, I'll warrant." "Visiting," May answered saucily and concisely, from her station by. the lawn gate, ¦' '¦ ! - \,.;; 'Visitingwhom? somejancient maiden like yourself ?" j ! May was sixteen, and could afford to be rallied upon her age. So her blooming cheeks dimpled with a smile as she answered: ' -. I . • •'• 'Not so bad as thaU Walter. I'm helping Susie Arnold npse her. unclb--a crusty old bachelor,; who can sympathize with your, sufferings from the goutf j . Wal ter laughed. "It still takes' some trouble to get the start of yori, little boz. Susie Arnold here! I'll just run in and see if she has a place.in her memory! for a» old frien...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

CHE;,.....fiEMbOR^ PtTBUSHBD KVSBT WepNESDAT MOBNISO, ; - at Montrose, Strap; a Co., Pa., bt i ; I ii^.-sArx.B-s- &JlGitxrsiiB EDrrOKSi& PROPRIETORS, ' ] -YY At two Dollars per Year in. Advance; f TO ADVERTISERS :-Thb Democbac as an *dvertisine medium is unsurpassed in this section. It 3 "he Farmer, Mechanic, an business. nwn£ Iu. Circulation is constantly increasing, and its aaveniMng "twreasonable,-.Rate8 will: bCglven at our office or JOB PRINTrNQ:—Onr oft^ce is supplied wijthfour ^^tyft^^SSS ' Minatcs cheerfu'ly given at our office. 5V ork ordeilibyinail will receive prompt attention. 1 ;B, IlAwtBY. : - - W. C. CRUS13R,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

U< National wctobcratlc Ticket. ;.. ,a >>i»-, -1V :' TOR PRESIDENT, '" !/." , samtteL^ tilden,; r ; , . ••:•- OF HW YORK. _ ; , >¦::-:--,- vl'-u...^'-: > TORVICE PRESIDENT;,, ;. ¦ •* - • THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, ! ; '• OP INDIANA, ' -)¦:..,Y m,-

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

ZIBERUS OPPOSEjjTOfERP^ TRARMGCRmTlSM. The following letter from $en. E. F. Jones, of Binghamton^ proniiaeiit leader among theLiberals of Broome county, published in thev New York, Tribune, leaves no doubt as to his position in the present political contest { ^"; >;_ Y:\ ,'. v..'- v ,,-A. CHANGE -KECESSAEY. : ¦¦•.;;.; ,, ««sIR -i_We Liberals i'-either made a m'isiake'iin leaving the Republican iparty in 1872,'jor we make agreater onein-g<»- in* back at, the present tin^ k:jt^re has been no.change except in-the;.nAtion--alnomiuees. if the m-n are .uuooject-. ibnable they have the same party behihd; ta»m, who d»serve uoicredit for the .nominees' as the V were made solely; on the ^no^oVaLlabihty We k^ow what the Republican party has] done and left Undone. Does any one believe'-.that the Democratic party can do wor*e.1 A man would be a tool who with nootheii means of escape should hesitate ^ojump lrom a burning building W *MJ»*: water fur fear of being drowned. The p...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

TTilden's L«Uer of Acceptance. 'Albany, Aug. 4.—Governor i.ildeii.s l|tte,r; * f .acceptance was given to the Mes.&Wis afternoon^ and; is as follows,:,_:; :S'^ALBA-NY,.^;rYtJuly^ Ivl8TG. ¦; ^rBSTtKMBS-: ^hen £ htd; the ihonor to receive a personal delivery of^nrlet-; teroii behalf of theiD^pocratMciJytional Convention held on tb\?8th .of,June,,at St Louk advising me ot my.nouiinatioo; as' the candidate, of the. constituency, minted '.by that .body,/ for ,flfiice; jof, President of the Uuited.btajtes, lansw^rgd iharat my earliest' cob^flieoee and micohformHty with-usag<s;l would pre-, pare and transmit to you ajformal acceptabce.; I iibw avail myself of the, first interval in • unavoidable" occupations, to fulfilthatenga^ment.; / .w. •¦ > :.v: v.\- ;..--The convention, before .making ita nominations, adopted a declaration o£ principles whichy *s a whole> seem to me La wise exposition of the^ necessitiesof ©ur country and of the reforms necessary to ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

j1 I 'I- Oold closed iii' Newpork on Monday last at 1-llfr.' : -, •• .' Y[¦¦':". ¦ . --j \.r; ;-^TheSprihgfield^MJ|i^» thinks *'it a good deal easier to lsee the reasons against a Democratic restbratioo at; this time than to see w? here the votes are pom ingfroQi^O prevent it ¦• y '.1 \ y^HE^ MA^ OF/REron^1 , Alabama SMO^EMOCBiiici The returns from Monday's elect ion ehbw tlkt the Democrats 1 have carried the State of Alabama by 30,000 raajbrity. The vote by" districts) shows seven Pembcratic congressmen to one Republic^n.r Bl^caon was quiet and the ntinostlgood nature prevailed WeryWhere. ,.;

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

SSIGNEIS^: NOTICE;;, E. MCKenzle tiaVing as?!phcd ill liis estate to the undetfignei? in trunt for creditors,. AH person* Indebted <? by book uccount or othurwitje are requested to make immediate trtttement, and all having claims agilnet the estate will please presenr them to . * " A. H. McCOtLTJM. assignee of E. McKenzie. Montrose, Aug. 9,1876. . . 32w4 T W. CLARK; PRACTICAL MAO • CHINIST.AS.P CUN SMITH, ' Has located on Public Avenue, (hasement of.B. C.r Sayre'a storebulidiTJs:) vhere he Is prepared to do all" kinds of «uu Smithhur, Bewins Machine repalring.Saw Filing. Lock rt pairing and all light mechanical Jobs on , short notice,' aiidj-on as reasonable terms as can be done elsewhere; All work warranted. Orden-hy mail promptly attended to. Your patrona e Is solicited, ¦ and satisfaction gharanteed, J. W.CLABK. Montrose. An^. 9,1876tf: ' , • HpHE OLDEST HORSE SHOE IN ; Susquehanna County, Was recently worn out andused/up (by constant use) ia JOHN GROVES' SHOP, • Havin...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

Hcndrick's belter of Acceptance. Saratoga, N.-.Y., Aug. 4— The follow: jng is Heudrick'a letter ofacceptance, which was furnished for publication. iNtitANAPOLIS; J^^-lSfre^ Gentleman-tI feaye^the hosor iogidi knowledge the receipt of yOur aorndtiiinication in which you have formally notified me of my nomination by the National 0< mocratic Convention! at -St. Louis, ad Itheir ¦ candidate fo£ the olfice'of {Vice-President;fxjf the ;v Unitikl States.'/ftt,. is a nomination which J >iad neither expected nor desircd,and yet I recognize and appreciate tne high honor done ,me by. the convention. Thje [choice of such a bndy, pronounced with' such unusual unaothity and' :accomp|nied with sp generals an express on of ;es!^eai and confidence, ougni. Jo , outWeigh , all -merely personal desires and preferences of my own. It is with this feeling, and I trust also, from a deep sense of public duty, that I now accept the nomination, and shall abide the judgment of my country ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

SHERIFFS S^jLKS.—By virtur of yirU9 Mued by> the Ccon of Common Pleas ol Sar-qnehanpnCounty wdioniortirecn-iUI \vU cxiib-e to sale by public vendue; at the Court House in Jtluutroee, od j - - ;' ; B rUlH3, AujiHHt II, *w ©1^1876^ "tl o'clock p. m.,tljc following pieces lor pare. 1$ of ^iind.towit: .-. ,.| ,-...• Y [ AX\ that certain parcel of land >Uiirtle In Lenox, Snaqntrtiumiu county, Pennsylvania, bdundud aud d»s-cribed as follows, tuwtt: Oh thu north by lands ot William R.^Gardner, Churl*?* THiuk-v and ^rc R<>(.d, on tbe east By lauds of Mrs. Rood.; Williani ,'K. Gitrdi.er. and "Ho!. Robinson, on the MHithjb.v land* of Wiliiara Uarbt-r,Lcvl Chau)l)«:iliuand George Coura'd, and. on the west by landeof William; Barber, Ch!itl;«:.'i''niiley aiidUoracu TingJuy, contain.rg 2i5:ftcres of land, be the .-arae more or less, with the appuueuatices, 3 dwelling houses, 4 barns two orchards, add about 15iiacre« improved.— [Seized and liiktm in execution at. the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED! . n Jnst published, a new edition of Dr. Culver-«P well's Celebrated Essay oa the radical curt \M (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Semliwl «» Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impottncy, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc ; also. Consumption, Epi(epsy and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance, 4c. e?~Price. in a sealed envelope, only six cents. ' ihecelebrated author, in this admirable essay.clearly demonstrates, lrom a thirty years'successfulpnetice, that the alarming cousrquences of self-abuse may be radically enred without the dangerons nee of internal medicine or the'application of the knife ; pointing outa mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, nrtvately. and radically. v ''. £gr?Tn!s Lecture should be In the hands of every youth and every man in the land -, Sent under seal. In a ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

EGGS '.t.'EGag WHITE COCHENS, BUFF GO0HENS, PARTRIDGB COCHENS, PLYMOIFTH ROCKS, AND HOUDANS. ¦¦¦" ¦ f Eggs for Hatching, - - • f 3 per 13. .... . |" . .. \ - ^"Yonhg Fowls for sale after Augnst 1st, 1876, at reasonable prices. No inferiDr specimens shipped from my yards-. v ".-White Coche*k841st premium at Jersey Fair, (Berry & Williams stock.) Buff Cochins, Berry & Williams No circulars. Write for what is wanted and promp replys will be given. Addrc-g*. C. t. GILBERT, Great Bend, Pa. March 89, 187G.—6m. ES. IV 3E=»XJ3FUD3r, Manufacturer of WAGOI, CARRIAGES, & jSleislxs. * * - BUGGY, CONCQtfD, PHJBTON, ANi v •¦Y:;v SIDE-BAR GEARSY '•' :'¦' '.." : \ " I- ¦ ' - ¦ EVENERS. SINGLE AND DOUBLE WlilFFLETREESi •' BODIES OF THE LATEST; STYLES; JOBBING, ^c? DONE PROMPTLY E T PURDY. Montrose, Jnne 7.1876, , I^USIC MUSIC BOOKS! OT£ SALUTATIONS -NewChurch.Music Book jby L.O. Emerson. $188, or $12 per dozen. :. ^ .-.' THE ENCORE.; '- „ '.(Nearly ready.) For Singing S...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

fMPORTANt ANNOUNCEMENT, ( ^lW:^'r«biixEsyi^'7 ^ :w'':'^^:;":lv:--":''-^SUw' "¦':--— ¦ .:: yv;,;; »0Ei.Tfcr..^a*c>oa3fi»,".- -.;¦: lY,:.. ''.--.'.' '/'I-—"AND—';¦'";'.'¦ • i'.-"'" -I MERGHAP TAILORING, .: -'AT: OUB - NEW. STORE, ;: •-¦¦ -"''•¦' * •-¦•¦ •> No. 21 Court Street. Wewonld respectfully announce to the pnbljcthat wnhkvaremoved to our new and spacious store. No. Corner of Court and Water streets and are fflHne.lt J SfisMwtttS of goods that havejust arrived. Our .} Sockof DresB QoddsTShawls, etc., are of the very latesfsSTa tS'ina styles, and purchased for cash when the-market was most depressed. ¦ _, . tn the line of Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Hair Goods Ribhons,ete.,our siock is nosnrpassed. We hav.alsoopenedaDepa,rti*entof^^ MerchantTMioring, SKvelTt purchased a large stock of -tlie latest s^es in theline of Cloths, Cassimeres, etc., and of the »J?» h«t nua'itv : We have employed to take charge of /his Department, MB-; T. D- IAY10B,. long tBe 1e*6% anShV...

Publication Title: Democrat
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