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

] Miscellaneous, \YX fflAX a FLOWERS BLOOM IN I '-TT- WINTER! ^.yyfV-.--.'•¦; :; ; AMyonatfarethatyoti can obtiin Summer Aeat In January? That you can impart balmy air: to yon families.? that y.iu can give spontaneous; growth to plants and Flowers, and-that you can make home a little paradise by purchasing one of B. C. Sayre'e liot-Ait Furnaces t These Furnace* arc now. constructed with VAPOR PAN by. which the atmosphere is tempered to that resembling Summer heat. j NO MORE CRACKING OF.FURNITL'RE—NO MORE DRJT ^\ ^':':; ;t--HtJSKY;ja:EAT. '"I ".;;'¦¦ IIOT^AIR And the time hns cdmo when conpumpttveg may rejoice in coal fires. These furnaces are sold, entirely npon.their own merits, aed are now the leading Furnace In this part Of rhe country All Furnaces are warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale, i 3F" XX 3R.3XT jL O J3 S I keep competent men on the road who are well acquainted with the Fnrnace business and they are "constantly putting up these Furnaces. Their iwork is war...

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

x Business Cards. DR. ELLEN K-;MITCHELL, PHYsician and Surgeon, graduate, of the Woman s Medical College oi the t N* Yi-' Infirmary, thenltesideiit physician for a y.ear^iu the; Woman's Hospital In N. Y.: after four years' practice in Foh du Lac. Wisconsin, has located in Montrose. Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Oflice at the foot of Main Street, in the old David Poet homestead. ; Montrose, Dec. 15, i875.—8m*n50., H; D. BAJDDW1N, M.YD: HOMCE • pathtc Physician an8 Surgeon*, has located himself at Montrose, where be will attend promptly to allprofewional buglness entrusted to his care.-^^Ofllcf in Carmalt'9 ballding1 second floor, front. Boards at Mr. E. Baldwin's. ;. Montrose, Pu„ March 10,1875. ; DR. W. W. SMlfe, ifiNTIST^- Rooms at hits dwelling, next door north of Dr. Halsey's, oh 01d; Foundry street, where he Wonld be happy to see all those in want of Dental Woik. He feelsconfldenttbathecan plciseall,both inqualityof work and in price. Office hours ...

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

y j I Business Cards. ^vissssg^^is^^^ W^^^^IB^ N.B.—Nitron* tJxide. LaoL'blntf Ga«« *fl»^V' painless extraction of teeth. fi 'eirea for the Montrose, April 5th, 187C.~tf ; U'BACON, WILL HEREAFm? CookleF, Tarta, &tf&f^t ' Pm&A fe8*^ supplied, and qnalitypnaranecd^-mn!n!<;5(1,n?« np stairs, where Geo CamsTwin hStJLZT1 ^ Rot,W'» is?y the c'ravinp of?heh"«nSn f0nn° *<***to «t-JfontroBe, *fny 3d.l87B. E-BACOX NE5iIJLFQRD MACH^E SHOP ;j *r" ¥nds of machinery made, or furniahnrt *Y ' dcr. Repairing promptly attend^! to. 'd to 0r" New MiJJbrd,May 17.187e.-ly. ^^^ SHULTZ TOM. A. CROSSMON, ATTORNEY » v ., at Law. Oflice'over the First N.tt„ Bank,Montro8o,Pa. w A cL^l0* Montrose, AprU IP; 1876.-tf. w-A-Obossiioh. C Pit! MAN & CO., FIRST m ^J* tiouatBank Building, Montrose Pa i>/.»7 y~—&C.&C ¦ r^pril 2«, '76.-tf ?^*' Banking; &cV BANKING HOUSE . MONTROSE, PA. '¦ GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. COLLECTio^OADE ON AL...

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

Swine la P«;ns. :: Swine kepfc in pens during tbe summer should have a chance to get at the earth and be provided with a water trough of sufficient size to istllow tbe hogs to wallow. Keep the pens sweet and clean, as on them depends much of the prosperity of the hogs, although they are generally considered filthy animals. Vegetable niatter should be giiren! ;daily: It is a good plan, when weeding the garden, to throw j>aralay, pig weeds etc., into the pen. Charcoal and forest kayes,^r fine cnt straw, make a good deodoreht and aosorhentfortheB^.

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

Crem ^ lirlnkage of Indian Corn. Few farmers are aware of the enormous shrinkage of Indian corn during the winter and vernai j months. It is reported t rat Colonel John Wallower, ol Harrisbarg, Pa., whoj deals extensively in grain, seeds, etc, conceived the idea lately of erecting two Jmmetise kilns to qry new corn, in order to prepare it for the market. Before carrying ont the intention, [however, he thought he would 6rst experiment in the matter of drying corn, ijor this purpose the Colonel pro cured frdm a farmer near the city thirty nine pounds of corn, j all fine, large oars. He placed the corn in| an open range at eleven ojclock a. m. one day, and removed it at six o'clock p. m. on the next, the corn1 mean while having been thoroughly driejl.. Upon weighing the same amount of corn jafter it flras shelled the product was twenty-two .pounds—-a loss oi over forty-thfee percent. (According to the same ratio it would Teqmre 99 to 6-22 pounds of ears to make fifty-six pounds...

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

{'' Spiced Bacon. This[ may be prepared, of excellent quality,} by pursuing the following method: Select a side or middle-of delicate pork, apd take out all the bones. Put it into a pan of water j for ten or twelve hours to extract the blood, changing the water as of ten as it becomes much colored. Then, put the meat into a pickle matte jas follows: Water, one gallon; common salt one pound; sal prunelle, quarte^ of s pound; coarse sugar, one pound.! Let the meat remain in this pickle for at least a jfortnight; then take it out, jwipe it well,; and shed Sage and bay leaves (the stalks having been carefully taken out) very small. When the latter are well mixed, add white pepper, and stj-ew these well over the inside part of the (meat. Roll it very tightly up, and tie a string around It three inches apart, knottingxtbe string I at every round, so that When fillets are! cut off for cooking, the remainder.of the cellar may remain Confined; Smoke it well for twelve or fourteen davs....

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

Ctooien^irryJa m. ;. -; Stalk and crop as many as you require of ripe, red, rough goosebi-rries; put them into (he preserving pan, and as they warm^ stir and bruise them to bring out the juice. Let them boil for ten minutes then add sugar in tlie proportion of three-?[uartersof a pound to ^ every pound of ruit,and place it oja tl | 4fire again; let it boil slowly, and co^tir|ue boiling for two hours longer, stirring V all the time to prevent its burning. Wheu it thickens, and is jelly-like oiTa plate when cold, it is done enough. ,^ut it; intbpots,^and allow lit to remain )x day before it is cov-*&• •': ; -;!> - . ¦ •-•--¦: -Y.-Y : ¦ ;';:,Cobk Bread.—One pint buttermilk, two eggs, one pibt Indian meal, two tahlespoonfule melted butter, a little salt* one teaspoonful soua.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

The Regret. ¦'."'.'< I sit by my open window. Looking toward the sea, With a heavy heart, and a mute regret, That a -day came round when * e ever But alas ! it was to be. ^ ' Far over the waste of waters .1 see by the aid of my/^lass, A ship in full sail, the same as ot old, But now with the freight there's a bride I'm told, ' Oh, why did it-come to pass ? Cannot the wind and the roaring surf Sending their breakers in, y Reveal her fair face and chant me her years, And whether she lives in smiles or in tears,' .'••'"'¦ . : i ' I would not count it a sin. I know it should matter little, To hear of this bride of a day. Let her face be ever so plain or fair, Sunny ,-or sad, Oh, why should 1 care S In the ship that sails away. For me his asking is over, The captain's in truth gone by, The longed for "yes', :has been asked twice in vain, • ' . > , !•''¦" j. "I said you must wait; till in porttagain, f; And please..do not ask me why.? ' Why it waits, aud who shall sa...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

AVENGED "T|EAR AUDLEY, {will you always x) love me ?". And the beautiful questioner glanced pleadingly into Audley Wilford's fickle, but fascinating countenance. • '\ '•¦ That gentleman took the pretty girlish face between his hands, and kissed the rosy lips for Lis answer. Then, speaking with lover like fervor, he said: ''Nothing in this world will ever change me ; absence will but prove how deep and unfathomable is the love I bear for you', my Ellen; and were it not'for my uncle, I would not leave you, but his will must be my law." $ "Cannot you take me with you, Audley?" - , ; '<Nay, Ellen. Sister Bessie will love you as a sister, and on my return from this mission of my uncle's, I will be proud and happy to claim you before the whole world." Long the lovers conversed, till the shades of night closed oyer the earth,and then, leaving Ellen Peyton in tears, Audley Wilford started for his uncle's mansion. Audley Wilford was the "nephew of wealthy Sir Vere. That gent...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

THE HIGH FORCE T AM DYING. The doctor says 1 may X last a month, or may hot live'through tbe nigh t, I feel weak, very i weak. 1 don't fear death, but I cannot Idie without confessing a crime that has blighted my life—a crime whose heinonsness is such that I doubt not you will deem my narrative the wild creation of a fevered brain. J> .^ I Many years ago—it seems so far back that lean scarcelv realize that I am the same person as the happy, careless athlete of those days—I lived in a northern cathedral city. Many years ago it seems but I know it is only two,two little years —they might have been as many centuriesj I had a friend Charles Walton. \We rowed in many a race together ; we were almost brothers ; and yet—and yet—ah, me ! It was one very sultry evening in June, just two years ,ago, Oharies and ,1 were in training for the local regatta,and were out on the river in a pair. We had rowed over the course, and were resting on our oars and talking over our chances of...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

A Truly Grateful Widower Sir Walter Scott used to be fond of telling the following story of his cousin "Watty." Watty aforesaid was a Mid* shiputan in the British navy. On a certain occasion tie. and his messmates bad gone on shore at Portsmouth, and had overstayed their leave, besides spending all their, money and running up a bill at a taverrj at the Point. Their ships made signal for sailing, peremptorily calling all hands on board, but when"they would have started the landlady said: *<No, gentlemen, you cannot escape? witjbout paying your reckoning." And to confirm her word?, she called a bailiff and his pesse to take charge of them. The Midshipmen felt they were in a bad scrape and begged to be released. "No, no," said the resolute matron, "I must.be satisfied in some way. You must be aware, gentlemen, that you will be totally ruined and disgraced if you do not go on board in time." w They groaned bitterly, for they knew she spoke the truth. "Well," she continued, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

2.: '"_ ' If. .-. I f,HE fflEMOOBAT. POBLISHBD BVKBT W EBHKSnAY MoBHIHO, AT MOMTHOBB, SDB^A CO., PA., BTj I KA"WIiET «Sc asJTrra.s . BDIT0R9 & PROPRIETORS, | At two Dollars per Year in Advance. . - ', I TO ADVERTISERS:—Thb DntooBAt uu advertising medium is unsurpassed in this section; It ¦eaches the Fanner, Mechanic, and business man. Its tircnlatlonls constantly increasing, and its advertising -•tes reasonable. Bates will be given at our office or imail. ¦ .':> JOB PRINTINQ:-Onr office is supplied with four tinting preSBes,together with a large variety of type, tttdeta, fancy inks, etc., with which! we are prepared * do work in the bett style and at prices lower than •y competitors in any'section. Samples shown and rfimates cheerfully given at our office. Work order-ID* mailwill receive prompt attention. ¦ \i. HAWI.EY.' -'_.'¦'- W. C< OBUSEB. National Democratic Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN,; ,; OF NEW YORK. .•¦:-::, .••,-; = •, ¦ :¦•: ;.:?. .j :...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

PEMOGRA TIG GO UNTT CONVEN-¦¦:¦¦ ' TION. ' Pursuant to resolution passed by the Democratic county committee in session August litn: , 1876, a nominating contention4 will convene at the Court House inMonti-ose, on TUESDAY'SEPTEMBER FIFTH, 1876, at 1 o'clock, -p. mi, for the purpose of expressing a choice cf the delegates for a candidate for congre-s and also for a candidate ifor state seu-*tbr and appointing congressional and Senatorial conferees. Also for the purpose of nominating two candidate^ for the House of Representatives, otte candidate for Prothon.otary, one candidate for Jury ''commissioner, and one candidate lor Auditor. , .. '- By thesame'anthority, the committees of Vigilance of the several, election districts are-hereby directed to call a primary or delegate election for their respective districts, to be holden ,on SATURDAY the 2nd day of September next, for the purpose of electing, by ball«*t,twq delegates to represent each ol said districts in County Convention,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

GO V. TILDE'WS WAR iQN-. GANAL PLUNDERERS. > Toward the, middle, of March, 1875, it became generally accepted as ait fact in political circles that Gov. Tilden w^a preparing to; begin a vigorous and effective campaign against the Canal Ring, »ud that he would shortly address a message, to the Legislature on the subject.—^ The Times thus anticipates the Govern ©r's actioh'V ..'•'; ¦¦, ¦'•: '".•.¦; -'•' .'•.• ;[K Y. Tim^ Mar(fcVI. 1875J;. Th/e Opveruor'si',.. message on the canals is said to be nearly readyi an4 it is; reported to beadocument that is calculated-to spread dismay in rough the ranks Of the Canal vRing. * *. j * ' *.,"' . ; * As a political. power in thex . State, the Caiial Ring has been steadfastly opposed to him in the."past,. t»nd he hsjs certainly nothing, but nbtsiility to expect from.it in future. His (Tilda's) natural antipathy to administrative corruption will there-, fore ^strengthened oh this becasionyetc. etC. ..." -,, ;..,-. .;.. , •':-'Gov. Ti...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

THE TIMES ARE PROPITIOUS. Amid the many dark clouds that lower •over the political sky charged with corruption -and.infidelity to the great trusts committed to tlie American people by tixjt Fathers of thev Revjlution, there is one thing which iscleaily^a b»wof premise, and tn't.-tis the fact thac independence of thought and Action,iu.politiciil matters is beeoiiiilng popular and the oiasses who have come to see that such action ia for the beef interests of the nation,, are expressing tpciir approbation of it at the ballot-box, There; iipa \proposkion which is an axiom, that.the hope in the perpetuation of Republican institutions is lodged in the fact that two parties exist and that when power is corruptly used by one it can be vested in the other, or in other words the people can use the one as a means of correcting the wrongs in the other. It matters dot whether unlimited control bj.^placed in;,the hands of one individual or. in the hands of a inw parr tizan leaders, the ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

TILDEN'S LETTER. ¦ Editors or The DIemocrat: Those R publican editors who failed to discover merit and true statesmanship in Tilden's letter of accepUince, should be careful to not admit it, or in any way to assert'such an idea or opinion in their paper, lest the discriminating reader, of good sense and judgement, convict them of one of two things; that tl\ey,either intentionally misrepresent, or that they are incompetent to appreciate trae statesmanship. I notice an instance of this kind <in the last week's Republican, where the new editor exposes himself to one of these conclusions.; But after noticing the incorrect copy of Tilden's letter that was published in tlie Philadelphia, papers, a copy of which I suppose he read, I am uot surprised at his apparent; lack of appreciation. These incorrect copies obtained by telegraph, in nearly all the cities cif the United States, and published tn the papers, are 'not Tilden's letter of of • acceptance, either in language or ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

INDIANA GOVERNORSHIP Our Republican friends iu Indiana do not seem to prosperin their undertakings, The prosprcts of the vast majority with which they intended to walk, over the field are j' aSt disap; earlnv. The jjeople of -the.-State' are: ahuwitiy'j themselves somewhat lastideous as to jthe kind of man to iyhom they will .entrust,^ the managemei.'t of their executive., ,Ihey'have accuajlly been so pitiless as to, prusue from the field one whb-had, ih the exercise of his disinterested patriot'isni, come all the way from Austria, and surrendered a uorativn and pleasant position, to ¦ devote ¦•himself- to their service. And this man was actually recommended and endorsed by. the President and the selfsacri icing statesmenv who have for so longia time surrendered their private interests to promote the welfare of the country of which' that ungrateful state is a p|on ion. Truly these very particular gentlemeu carry their ideas of prosperity too fkr, aiid do not properly recogni...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

Advertisements New This Week. /CHOICE FRUITS AND VEGETAV^. BLE8 AT' - • -. '"¦"•'• '" .' *"";''.' j .¦ THB HEAD OP NAVIGATION, ¦ . . . . ¦ » ¦ ..' ; Bnchaa PEACHES, ORANGES, LEMONS, PEARS, PINE APPLES, PLUMS, QUINCES, 6NIONS, TOMATOES, APPLES, .CAB' " " BAGES, BANANAS, CANTELOPES, GRAPES, SWEET POTATOES,; WHORTLE-.:. BERRIES, &c.,&c, all at hottiun prices,-by ' '¦'¦ - ¦'.''¦¦"¦¦¦ A.N.BULLARD. Moutiosc, Aug' . IB.,1876. • . ^".OTICE. I :'j v.-.--: Theunderelgnedbaving entered into co-partnership . ; under; the ftrra name of ,-» • LeROY & DECKER, doing business at the old stand of L. L. ReRoy, NEW MILFORD, PA., J keep constantly on hand a general assortment of FRESH GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FEED AND FLOUR. Agricultural Implements, etc., all of which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. 1 E. L. LkROT, • L.E. DECKER. N. B.—All perpons indebted to me are requested to settle the same immediately by cash or note. >..:'• j • L.L. LbROT. New Milfoid, Aug. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

General Slgel tor Ttlden. To the Editor of the Sim: . \ .,-Sir:—Haying received of late-*ejveral invitations to address political meetings it seems tb me my duty to declare for the purpose of avoiding all miaunderstan-<ling,tliat the principle and "policy! laid down in the. Democratic platform.! and the letters of acceptance o| Tildenf and Hendricks, are in • accordance:. with the views which on many occasions I--hive expressed aii.d dt-fehded privately and publicly, I should be faithless | to myself by not upholding and defending them now, in the hour of trial, ,end therefore shall give my support in this election to the Presidential ticket adopted by the Democratic Convention. N I . In-taking this step, I desire, however, to add that I shall not renounce independent action in political j matters relative to our, own State and) I city, whenever questions of national policy of;paramOnn t importance are not involved, , . By publishing this card you will oblige Yours, v...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 August 1876

wM&mwiiJfiM. PURIFIES THE BLOOD, RENOVATES AND INVltKJRATES THE WHOL^ SYSTEM. ; Its Medical Properties are ALTERATIVE, TONIC, SOLVENT AND DIURETIC. VEGETlijrE is mat>c exclusively from the juices of carefully selected barks, roots and herbs, and «o strongly concentrated, that it will effectually eradicate from the system a1 very taint of Scrortla, Scrofulous Hnmore, Tumors, Cancers, Cuncerousr Humors. Erysipelas; Suit Kheura, Syphilitic Diseases, Canker, Faiutness at the Stomach.and all diseases that arise from impure blood. Sciatica. Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia * Gout and Spinal Complaints, can only be effectually cured through the. blood < For Ulcers and Eruptive diseases of'the Skin Pustules, Pimnles, Blotches, Boils. Tetter, Scaldhead and Ringworm, Vegetine has never failed to effect a permanent cure. - . For Pains! in the Back, Kidney Complaints, Dropsy, Female Weakness. Leucorrhoeearising from internal , ulceration, jind uterine d...

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