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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

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

!f1,000 < MEND WANTED D , ARMEm with Greenbacks, to buy the best made, easiest-running, and most durable Wagon ever made lor the moacjS THE LARGEST iASSORTMENT OF PLATFORMS, OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES AND PHAETONS, EVER OFFERED TO THE Gll^ZENS rOF IfORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA. Paiticular attention is balled toonr Standard Piotformf». We claim to make the best Family and Farm Wn<mn combined, evei offed for the money.. Each Wagon Warranted as represented. We employ none but eroerlerSS" mechanics. Selecting beat of crockfor cash and pay cash for labor, andwehave reduced the prkea, m foUows: No.I, Platfbrm.Di Spoke, i% Axle, \-% Spring, , Top Buggies, Piano Box or Shell body or Broad 2 Seats, . - . < - j: - - - ..- *115 00 > fox, with Enamel Cloth, Top and Damask AddforTrimming,;?Sto$8; Break $7. Li ninij, Patent wheels, -\ - - 4160 CO , V .. , y Rubber Top, Broad Clothing1 Trimmlm?*mfo No. 2,Platformltf Spokedltf Axle, 1# Springs, ¦ • ' .--itr y< :..y>?™...

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

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

.,; Town,'Cotmiy, aad Variety. ;^:] —An Elnvira girl, who is anxious \x> get rid ot a lover, has promised to marry him when Hayes is elected presidents -(«;>; -^-iiSome of "the boys'^ of our town weni on a bncUleberying. excursion to Meshoppen, some of them returning with nine quarts. ,i -^ThO' rhfemhers of Montrose Fire Co; No.; 2 are requested to meet at their parlorroh Wednesday evening, Ikug. 9 ISTpJat X P. % -A.n egg measuring 8}£ranches by G% inches, and weighing.^, ounces, w,as left on $ur table on; Monday^*y:Mr.|J, .Hickox ol Bridgewater. ¦ •. ¦' • ; ^_Rev.P. A. Dony, of Rush, whose horse was recently killed 'by lightning has had the bssmade good by bis friends. Mr. P- is duly grateiulfor this'expression of kindness. It" is rumored that a feloneous assault was attempted one day last week jbn a lady in this Ticlnity^ ^Murglarsl are getting so] bold that i# ^ dang^o^fbr a Aady! jto venture outside ol; her parental enclosuite. j 'The lollowing is a list of...

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

AtTENTlbN, piEMOCkiTiC COUHTV COJIMIT-- r:..-;:v ; j y:;y-i -.-:•• teeI. VY0;Y''''Y'"^\: ^a Tfie members''61''¦ the bembcratio ^>wty Committee are; hereby jsurnrnoned: fbrneetat tlie Traverse jury RVibra; hi tjiie Court Hinwe at Montros^at; 2; o'd^ck p; m^ on' theffwt ^on-^ay bf August^Court, it biaing tbe l4tb day-j-r ff.be tinie of bblding"iiiif county nominating convention is to be fixedT at tiiit time and other business of yital importance will c«rae; beiore the ciihimittee, uLet every/meinber bo in ¦ his-'place. '"V '".-'¦syY-.".- 'Y'-¦•¦ ¦ ¦ - -^--¦¦ =''--,-The nAmeg ofrthe coimty c6' miai??tee are published elsewhere in connection with the vigilance committee! The members of the county cbnlmltteeorily,iare^required tobe pfesentjbut webbpethey Will not fail to atteh*'in person or by proxy. Honestvi Reform and Victoky is the BasnerL'-._Let us fight the good fight before and finish ourr faith at,tbe polls November?^, 1870. ' '" - I -? ; a .-'- E. BiHAWLEY, Ghairrnan. ...

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

." ' ¦ . . ' ! . . , Republican County Convention. ; Part Ring and Part other Doo. '' ¦ - ¦r-rrr .'¦'..- ..- : i: '¦ ' -: The Republican county cotiventionj met on Monday, and was called to order by E.G. Fordham—chairman county committeei E. C. Fordbara was elected President and E. P. flowe.N.O. Ainy.and C.O.Veddur. were elected Secretaries. After the roll of delegates was called nominations at once proceeded.! - G A Grow, the "Texan Ranger," was nominated for congress over James E Camialt, of Ohoconut, busq'a co, by a small majority on the first ballot. It was announced py the chair that there was an error or disagreement among the secretaries, but the discrepeucy was of no particular account as Mr G would probably be nominated any way, if another ballot was taken. Some one of "TeSas" proclivities arose and moved tbat "The Ranger" be nominated Unanimously which was seconded and!received the endorsement of perhaps a little more than one halt the delegates and the chair decla...

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

flW'l|IiilIl|lII' -.-. ¦. Of MOxitrono. ¦ -...¦:-:. ¦ . : :¦.***——* v' .' CAm CAPITAL $100,106. -r siiiPLVswsOvie.ooo. ¦ - :•.¦>¦>¦ ¦¦ rHLEivroxrisaD ¦'¦•¦-• To their: new afl4comto^loa» BankBiindfDg on ;¦,'", •-. »,;PnWic;Avenue, . ;.':'•*•:• •' . '. --.A -,'""¦* -V *r. Y ~ Y'a - ¦ Transacts the business of MERCHANTS, FABIVIEES, And Otaera. '<- i ^ ,,C0EKE8E0HBCTW.^ New York, First National Banlcv Philadelphia, Phn«. ' -••'•--.. " ... fleljiiblaNaHonal 9aat, * ' . Wll..J.TURREtL.,Pitt8iDMT. N. D. LENHBIM, CA8HTBB. Montrose, March 35,1878. I

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 August 1876

l^EBSTER'S NEW FRICELIST ¦¦¦:¦• -«• . • ;' -FOI^- '" ' 3PRIWG AND SJOTiaiER OP 1876 Look at the following which spe&kt far iteeir. Seavycottonnde pant? ...........$ TS ttontwootTinixedpantB........,......;..... l.S0@l^ Good all wool pants .. 8.0n@l(M Importedcafesimere panta...........¦.;.;.';..» 4.T5@7.00 French Doeskin panf*...... 4.15® 7.60 Stout workingmen'* »nit8..........i.:.... fi.Oft&io.oo Fancy merino cafesimeresuits 7.WSIO.50 Merino Silk mixed euits 8.W@lO.00 HarriBca»imere*uit»........ ............. 13M)@10.W Knickerbocker anu plaid suHb 10.0(%18.fl0 Black Jrockcoat*.. ":..,;... B.S}@8M Imported black frocks ., ...•."..... ».00@t8C0 Fine black cloths vests .....;»:...•... 1,75© 3.75 Whitolinen vesta........ 1.0f©3,00 Boys Suits with knee pants, 3 to 9 yrars. Cotton snita \1.75@ 8.50 MixedcasMracre gnits 43.60© 5.50 Al' woolcasslmerc suits. 4.CC® 7.00 French worsted soils... ................. T.00® 9.5Q Boys' suits with long pants, 9 to 15 yrs, Cott...

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

Fiia:^L^L*i.i-A.03ais« ' \ '•'¦ ] , ,, -. . : - y ,'-¦-: — ='C Shekman—Wilcox—A.t Wilm»it, by Rev; D D GWy, Aug. 3, Loren W Sherman, ot Lyle, 1 MimUand Marion ¥ Wilcox, of. the former , Place-; '" '"'i --.'. - ' • " "" ¦ . ' " ~~— ' } ,.'"- aoaa^.'r^BicJs-' .;' _ Wolcott—Entered into rest, j at St. Andrew's Rectory, Springville, Susq'a 00., Pa.,• July 27th, 1876, Ellen A., wife pt|Rev, Luther Wolcott, in the 48th year of her age. , . .a .._ Newton—In Brooklyn, June 6th, 1876. Ma- TV, widow of Sam'l i.. Newton, aged 82 years. Olin—In Jackson, Jnne 23, of scarlet lever, Lizzie V, daughter of Omor and Althea S Olin, aged 2 > ears and 8 mouths. BCSHNKT.L—In Auburn, July 12,1876, B'-rtha inlant d'iug ter of Tl M and Edith Bushnell, aged 5 months and 20 days. , ' ' ¦ -¦ ¦ ' \ ' '- ' == ' A DMINISTRATOE'S NOTICE. In £%. the est ot Albert G Re jnold»,iate of Brooklyn twp. dee'd. Letter* ol Adininlsitraiiou in the said estate hav inE been granted,to, tbe under#ign,eO ail pereone o...

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

T^B^GS MEDICINES, CHEMICALS M. A. Lyon, Druggist, MONTROSEPA. Dealer In all kinds of Pure Drugs. Medicines,Obemicals, Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Wis, Varnishes. Pocket Books, Combs. Jewelry, Perfumery. Toilet Soaps, Brushes,Violins and Violin Strings, Yankee Notions, Fancy Goods. Cigars, Tobacco. Taible Cuttlery. Fine Solid Silver, Spoons. Plated Spoons, Krives and Forks, Gnns, Pistols, Amnnition, Shoulder Braces. Trusses, Medicil Instruments. Dental Materials; Lamps and Lamp Chimneys, Teas, Spices; Baking Powder, Sea Moe» Farine, Gelatine, Tapioca, etc., etc. Daly'6 Pale Ale for Invalids. Those who wish to bay Paints and Oils, would do'well to examine oor stock of White Lead, White Zinc. »nd Mixed Chemical Paints, before uurchaslng elsewhere. AU kinds of colored paints in cans of from one to five ponnds each, on hand. Montrose Feb.2,18T6. , 1 . ,

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

^THE NIGHT ROUTE Foi. Blotter 1 i|t Antral $Wm : ^eoMF^ Are delivering butter via Kontroso B.K-and 1*^- -..-;¦¦- (;B.«.rromMontKwetoNew York Two Hoa^a Ahead of Any Other Boute, Arrives in New York by this route at 8:29 o'eloclr , A ST. By any other route from this place, net » I Scranton, two houra. reacbibg New York 10:80 ». m. Arrive* in Newaraal 8 o'cldok A, ir..p«C6titral Express. By any other rou'e lies In Scranton. two hoar«j reaching Newark at or about 11 o'clock a. m. Arrives in Philadelphia at 0:46 o'clock A K. P« Central Exprew. Thus it will be seen #e are Two Hours, and moreahead, avoiding the heat of the day; which la Intense in the cities. '.....'•-..». Butter received up to 6 o'clock p. n»., will learc the station at 5:45 o'clofk p. m.. reaching destination aabove. If received later, can ho stored In a cool cw* until next'day. / * ; A convenient place to unload at the OFFiCE,sCOBB'S OtD STAND, Acooi cellar,°to store butter In nntllshipped, tsrted only three^fotoihs o...

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

Arrangement of Kails. > Via JUu.hoa» : . n-' :' Y\- '' ¦ ¦ '¦ yJirivet. Departs Tjnkbunuock, (Daily,) 700pm 1215 to Via Stages; .;. -. Montrose Dopot,(Daily;).;-..,. ..... j i&OOp m 620a jh Sow Milford,(Daily,).......... ....aoooam 130pm Wyalu*ihg..(Oaily.-)....•....>?«..-..;..840ant 200pm ?ficii(lBviue.(tnweekly,)...;.........'600pm 800am nonklin.Sta!ion;(trlweckl)O«i..>...:-?00Sm-. 700am Riu"hainton,«iaS. Lake.Uri weekly).. BOO jlm 700p m «cs°uoppen,(triweekly,)....:.....;...lOOOum 400pm The New York, (via Montrose Depot;) New Milford, pBnkliannock,aiid Wyaluslng are daily. I'beOouklin Station mail runs Tuesdays, Thursdays^ «ud Saturdays.''- '.*" . ' ' ¦ * ¦ ¦ : The Uinghamton mail, (via Silver Late,) ribs Tnesi„v< Thursdays, aud Saturdays. J t'riendsville mail runs Tuesdays*Thurefiaysl.and 8a|t Tne Alcshoppeu mall runs .Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays - . :' "¦ / :"-' 1 . . __„;.,_. _. . , : Additional Staoes : :': A Stage lcavesdaily for M...

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

Democratic Yfgllahce Committee. Democrat votes are annually lost in this county by a, neglect to comply with the requirements <nf the law relative to assessments and payment ot taxes. All persons, to secure the rights to vote in, Pennsylvania, must be as* scssed two months betore election, and have paid a state or. county tax(either will do) within two years. Incase the tax is paid this year it must he. a month preceding tho election. Foreign born citizens wishing to vote nest November must take out iheir.natnralizatibn papers a month before election; They tpust also be assessed xwo;mpnth3 previous jto the day ol yotiug. ' . , ,'•,;•' r .-. y-,;'" The election wilL.be, held on | "the Tuesday next follov/iug the first Monday ot November," being this year the 7th day of the month; Monday, September 4, is the last day lor beice assessed. • ' . . 1 . ¦ ; • -V- -.'' Tuesday, Octobers, is the Jjast day for securing naturalization papers. ' ' Tuesday, Octobcrgfts the last da...

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

v v Business Locals. , <s TnoMMEli's Celebrated Extract of Malt, Wm. Cassey & Go.'s Philadelphia Ale, at M A. Lyon's Drug Store. •,. Montrose, Aug. 9,187G. .; For Pure Drigs "an'd .Medicines, Fine Toilet Articles.Jewelry ana" Perfumery, go fo M. A. Lyon's Drug Store. ".-.-• ; Montrose, Au?.-9,1870. Jewett'sPiub White Lead, Hall Bradley & Co'.s. Lead, Whi|te Zinc. Ready Mixed Paints, Colored Paints in Oil and Fine Graining Col ore, for.sale at 31. A. Lyon's Drug Store.' Montrosei Ank 9, W,Q: : N Probibitiox County Convention} '¦¦• ¦ ".* Th^; temperance people of Susquehanna co. ate :»nYited-Uo meet at Mass Convention, -at New Mijford,' im Saturday, ^the 12th day of August 1S76. at one o'clock p. m.,'for "the purpose ot putting in nominations; senator;and twb'repre^eittai vesi to be supported at the Nof vcmber election and to transact- such other ' ¦ business asmay properly come up forconsidieration. All wjo are opposed to the licensed liquor traiBc, and in ...

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

'<''>' -«• Ar ~ Yr>{?n«ld«»M'«|I Campaigny; *-%nffi<: ^ MUM||||| ff | & . .Send for Illu«trAtcd Circular l ^KlmBE^! and Pri^o List {',.,;;';--J^fflft JDUNNINGHAM & HILL, Noj204 Church Street, Philadelphia. ¦AamrtS.l'«t fml*""r^:''T.'/';'!~"'-'''Tr*"T-1 "?"¦¦,-¦ ¦¦"¦ ¦¦'¦- ! i—."".' •';j''i;:t--,'i —"; -':.;--": . v-v-i-i. , r6B-M6^WY^-; ^ &Y ";¦ ¦ ¦ \» fiif^^:dFificifeo|i^i:ni^ -,y- ¦;-..--•• ..;. -;-\,>..-•:'..'- Y^A'''ll±li^A^;ViY?!&\^^£"t

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

YY- Hie Markets. —¦ ... ' . - . ¦ ; ; » • ; -- ,i; ^i;.*. .i. ; — - ~ .' ; ' — \ ./i: ,, ;. ' \cw lork Produce Market. Raport6d'Kv«ry Week BxtoreBsly Cor Tarn Mohtbosi DBXOcbat by Haydtn & Duckworth,Prffdaco Commisaiou Morcliants, 325 Washington Street. -; New.York. .- .y _,: • . ...[:.]'. VL', New York, July 3$, 1876.',.-. .-/y:[• ¦ ::¦-, BUTTER. '. ¦¦''.--•h. •:/,:" , State, dairy ¦ pails, select.....;.. .27 @; 28 • State,dairy.'pails, prime..........25 @ 26 < State, dairy pails, fair to good... .22 @ 24 State, dairy pails, poor to fair. ....10 @ 22T/ State, creamery, select invoices. ..29 <gi 80 State, sweet cream, pails, choice. .27 @ 28 State, sweet cream, good to prime26 <gk 27 - State, sweet cream, fair to gojod..<.-24 @ 26 StateFirkins,choice yellow......25 r <g> 26 , State Firkiiis, good to prime.... .24 @ 25 ^State Firkins, fair to good 32 % 24; -.qaBBSE. . ...,- ,,.'...:.,.,.. StateFactory, fine to fancy...... 9J^@ 9^ ...

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

American Potatoes Iu. England. |am anil §ou^^Ili Dr. Masters is frankly! forward in his Gardener's Chronicle with a complimentary but doubtless* deserved appreciation of rAmerican potatoes. They are said to possess '' certain peculiarities "of character that constitute almost a distinct class," and it is admitted tb'at they have to some extent'snperBeded "old established favorites." They are described as quickly attaining maturity, and thpy continue fit for use "for a great length of lime." ; The tubers are mostly large and very handsome, and the varieties may all be termed enormous croppers. The * whiteness of the! flesh is also remarkable, and in. most cases they, are very floury when cooked, and ol excelledt quality. 0n this point however there is some divergence of opinion—-some soils artd some seasons appearing to be mpre; favorable for their development than others.- The character of haulm is alsojquita distinct the foliage being large, broad, pale green, and ripenin...

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

About Carpets. < If the corner of a carpet gets loose and prevents the door opening, or trip everyone up that enters the loom, nail it down at once. A dog's-eared carpet marks the sloven as well as the dog's-eared book. A;0 English gentleman traveling some years ago, took a hammer and tacks with him because he found dog's-eared carpets at all the inns where h^ stopped. At one of these inns he tacked down the carpet which, as usual was loose about the'door, and soon afterward rang; for his dinner. While the carpet was loose the door could not be opened without a hard push; so when the waiter came up he just unlatched the door, and then going back a couple of yards he rushed against it, as his habit was, with, a sudden spring to force it open. But the wrinkles of the carpet were no longer there to stop it, and not meeting with the expected resistance the unfortunate waiter fell sprawling into the room. It had never entered his head that so much trouble might be saved by...

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

Save the Soapgndi However deplorable, washing dayomay be tb the household, (and t^i, careful hous^iriiitress c* 'My* paid liaiitin her power to greatly modify its discomforts,) to the garden it is .a very" beautiful day Our hungry nnd thirsty grape vines and flowers are glad ot every ¦-, drop of water, ana will repay every bit of fatigue it nqay cost to give them the fertilizer. If the gun is shining hot when we go out to dispense our favor, it is best"to dig a slight tretfeh not far from the root of the plant, and pour the water in it, and cover again with the top soil. This makes the water go furtherj and at the same time does hot tempt the rootlets to the surface of the ground.,

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

Common Sense Iu Flowing. >. ¦ ¦¦ i'- ii» , Teams drafting heavy j loads on the roads get a breathing spell oh thedescending ground while in plowing'the draft Is the sime from niorrnrig till night. There'is a certain number ot pounds that a team can draw day after day and not wj?ary them,Jbut if more be added¦ ]' even a3 little as fifteen or twenty pounds, they walk unsteadily fret and .soon.lire. No amount, of feeding will; keep them in good condition. I have many plo ws in use on which it is an easy matter to decrease the draft twetity-fiye pounds, and if men had been drawing them instead of horses it (would have ibeeri done. It must be plain to the farmer that every pound taken off from the draft of the plow isso much gained 'for the horses. It mriy be done i n this; way. Forr; any soil except sand or gravel use a steel plow., The cost is, but little more and the draft en )ugh less to pay the difference in ^plowing^ twenty acres. In plowing sod theV colter does a gr...

Publication Title: Democrat
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