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

Oastorlk'ismore than a substitute for Castor bn. His the only safe article in existence which Is certain toassimulate the tood, regelate the bowels, cure wind colic aud produce natural sleep; It contains neither minerala, morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children neied not cry and mothers may rest. , O Ct.-25. ¦ ''"' "' ¦ ".

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

How Marti Stock to an Acre. ? I ,-j . Many interesting experiments have been triedi by our farmers at various times to determine the highest feeding capacity of an acre of ground, and some very remarkable results have been reported ; bat precisely what the best attainable results are is still an. open question* f Probably some of our numerous readers! can shed some light on this 'subject from their own experience. : Whether ten acres of ground of average fsrtil'ity will keep mure Or less tbati that number ^cattle, carrying them throtigh the year in good condition, is a question of uo little Hntereet, for it is closely related to the prosperity of husbandry. | ;¦'¦ . • One tiling at least is certain. If we take what has been considered the average experience ol farmers on this subject it will be found to fall very much below the higher ; results actually, jrea*ed by the skill and perseverence of some of our practical ntfn. .\ VAnd here Comes in tlie point we wish to get at..:...

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

' Beef Ealing. Why fa'- mei-3 Vat so little beef has* we confess, always been something we. failed to understand. All ot them are beef raisers to some ej:ten't, and at this [season of/the year the cittta ait gener/ally].in good condition yet not one in .five kills tine ben! aunuallo. A yearling or a two-year-old heirer well fatted'can be bought in the country at two Scents per jpound gross, can be' butchered at littlej or no cost, makes a change of diet that is wholesome and one that is relished by every member ot the family ; vH the fact is as stubborn as ever tha't farmers eat but little beef. We allude! to this eunject no> because we think a\l Can see the economy of it, since pork is likely to be higher;than for several years; Another | view: We save the wintering of these young and, in many instances ^ unprofitable eatte, all ;of which is an argument in; favor of killing ", them in the fall on early winter. There is besides; the cha»ee of diet, and the economy of th...

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

v How to Feed Poultry. Barp-jyard fowls thrive best on a yarier ty of food, and resemble Swine * in th^ir omniverous propensity. | They readily devour nearly all kinds of grain and most kinds off meat. The grains best adapted and generally used in feeding poultry are corn, wheat, oats and buckwheat. When these are given separately they should be alternated daily in order to insure variety. But the better way is'to mix two or more kinds before feeding.— Mashed potatoes'are found to be a very nutritious and healthy food, and, when mixed with sour milk* and bran, are well adapted to young Jowls. In cold weather this Combination may be j fed warm once a da| to all fowls, young ^and old, with excellent effect. Chopped onions are eagerly relished by most jfowls, and may be^tven several times a week with great advantage. The same is true of meat scrapsand clover hay. During the winter either meat scraps -orj other> equivalent, animal food should be continually accessible. In...

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

ly-yy.:^ Mince! Meat. Take a roast of boiled beeV, chopped fioe. one pound ; vphopped su% one-naif: pound ; raisins, stoned and chopped, one j)ound.'.-; currants,one and a half pounds ; Apples, chopped very fine, on^ pound ; moist sugar, one pound ; Candied peel, sbred fine ? citron, half a pound; orange, quarter of a pound; Uround ginger, half an ounce ; allspice, half an onoce; saU.quarter of an ounce; the juice and peel (grated) of two large lemons* one nutmeg; one-half pint jByrup; Thisl-i^'an exceilent recipe. Kerosene and powdered lime, whiting or wood ashes will scour tins with the least troupe. ' ' rlr

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

¦-'¦'- t ^ j Dome§Uc Bliss, j v law ami § mv%M _5~ — ^ r—-. ~ ¦ A FRAGMENT. •;¦'''¦ ' ' - —.«— . "j . - ' ¦ 'Ifain A married lady of tuirty odd ;j Every evening I sea iu their beds A "bftkerV dozen" of curly heads. Every morning my slumbers greet I .-The patter; natter of twenty-six feet.. | Thirieen little hearts are always in a flutter? Till thirteen little mouths are filled with bread and butter; „ , . Thirteen little tongues are busy all day lonfcc, Twenty-six little bands, with doing some thing wrong, "-.',' Till 1 fain am to do, With an energy, too. , ; And when my poor husband comes home : from hjs: work, ! ' , Tired and hungry, and fierce asia Turk* W bat do you think is the picture he sees ? A legion of babies all in a breeze-r-Johany is crying, ; , - Arid Lucy.is sighing, : And worn-out mamma, with her hair all a-Strong and angry William beating little Nellv * Charley in the pantry eating current jelly j •-'. Richard strutting around in papa's- Suuday •" coat;; '...

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

Kerncdy Tor Dipfherla."'.-'' Take some pitctit&r-^not gas tar—and spread «er? little on an iron that is Jpst hiot <ehoiugn to make[ smoke--a cornnioPi flat-irop will do. •• Invert a tunnel .oye^ thejsMdB jand inKiale for a few minnies, hbldihg thesmail[fr|id; of the tunnelM rife moutn and swallowing as much smoke as can he borne wtthout^^ strangling, fn thiefiveorsixitim'esaday. Puriugthe itft^afe^f id baling the smoke, small pieces Of ice shouldJfc« held in the mouth a§iUr\mk in throat as possible. It would be ;^)1 to give this easy method a tr>l in seyero cases of malignant scarlet fever, ^here'^tiere ^srhuch distress in the throat* ^ 'Ay-y^_ ;_.,, .".;., -'. .. (.;__,-_^ ih inkstand jyasi turned,[over on a white table cloth; ft servant threw over it admixture 3qf salt snd ^ pepper /pitifully, and all traces of jt disappear^ The Valleys aw as old as the hill* '

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

i\- Mow to Cure a fpllnt. Take tinctnrc of catharidies, oil of turpentine, of etch one |oun9e; corrosive sublimate, one .drachm.; oils spike and origatiuni, ¦»( each two ounces;' camjihorated oil anji laudanum, of each four Ounces; and alcohol, six ounces?;- mix these thoroughly togefcher,and apply once ada^ with good hand rubbing over the region of the splint, until irritation on the surface of the skin !; then stop for three days, and apply again in the same planner. '-'•' ' ^ A'^'yJ'"'-' ""» [:

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

•¦' ¦ Crops'-forPiooriLunds. [ It offceri happens that a farmer has portions of laud on his farm so pooi\that they "hardly pay for cultivating.- Often the"soil is chiefly s^rid or gravel though it may be clay. ISiot u'nfreqner.tly .ithe exposure is favorable to ripen.ins fruit. T:iese portions of land are hardly more valuable for grass than for cultivated crops. It is true they miglit be triads productive by the application of sufficient' manure; -hut. sufficient" manure would cost enough to pnrchase an equal number of acres of lertije land, j ^ Thehesc way to utilize these portions of poor land is"to put in them some crop where the individual plants grow at some distance from each other. . By doing this the ground may be highly man nreil and deeply pulverized at the places where the plants are to stand, while;no manure* and but little labor heed be expended oh the remainder of the; ground. By this course a little manure inaybe made to "go a great ways,'* and the comparatively...

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

Business Cards, j *-»¦"¦' ¦ A ¦ ' - i - ' ¦ i : ' • ' - • • - ' -¦ ^ j. , '• ( im ELLEN E. MrUOHELlL, PHY-\J elbmnand Snriebn, graduate of the Woman's Medical College ot t>« N, Y. JWflrma^, then wstdeut. physician for a jear in the Woman',* ttwpltaT to n Y • after fonr velrs' prantce in Ton; dn Ljic, Wla-S>i hafloSrifontroa^^'. .Special attmlon given to dtfeaweB. of women aid.chlldr^«• °«cfra«; the foot of Main Street, in the old David Post homegtead. ' »»?«-'."•: Montrose, Dec.15, t875.-8m»n60 j : npD. BALDWIN, M. i>.,! HOMQE XI • pathic PhyAcian, has located liimBelf at Montrose. -Xre he wll|attend promptly tofcll RroJeMton. al bn*lne«» entrueid to hie car.e. ^ «f£°&tMr »£ mall'* t>.iUdmg, second ;floor, front. Bqards-at Jir. B. Buldwtn'u. I . ' , -.;. Montrose, Pa.. Mtrch 10,1875- . j.... ryEl. W.w! SMITH, DENTISTr D Rooms at htMwolling,neit doo,r nortU of.Dr.: HalBcyV, ou Old Houndry street, wheje he would be happy to see all thise iu want o...

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

j Banking, &c ___: j Ml ^^tit^:, y MONTROSE, PA. " [ jenIsral banking business DbN£ COLLECTIONS ifADE ON J^ POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOtJNrJ^lD FOR AS HERE'TOfpltE. ; DoiiESTfc an^" foreign; ',ix-. [ OHAJSGE FOR^ALE: { UNITED STATEiTOTHER BLONDS j BOUGHT AND SOLD.j : OoijPONS AND CITY AND COUNTY BANK CHECKS CASHED;AS ¦'- ¦ •¦ •usual:-'/ rr \ y. ¦¦¦ -^.-^^/Ay.A'^ OCEAN STEAMER PASS AGE jTICK^ ETS TO AND FROM EURCjPE. ^ INTEREST ALLOOTD ON SPJRCIAL TIME DEPOSITS, AS PER A^REEI MENT WHEN THE DEPOSr IT IS/MApE. / " lb the'future, as in tlie rjast, we shall endeivor io tmiisabt all money business to ]the satis fucfiou of our¦ patrons and correspondents. [ WM. H. coopfia* & Co.; : Ijfontrose, March 10 '75.-tf. : Bankcr»: Atithorized Capital, - $500,0000( Present Capital, - - 100,00000 FIMT toft BAI,l MONTliOSE, PA. I '--' - WilLLIAM J TURRELL, P'txi&nt. D D, SEAR ii E; Vice £ resident. N L. LENH ^IMi - - - j CasMer. Directors. I WiM. J. TURRELL, D. t). SEARLE, G. ...

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

nlisceilaneous. j 2vlOlsmiOSE PLANING MILL /'./ v/: ,; ¦; ...AND- 1 .'/.- '¦' , ' LUMBER YARdV In order to better accommodate the corarannlty _* undersigned has cutablUhed* depot for the /a"ieof Lnmhcr Manofactnred at hit un wiy*erected bntldlnc on . the Old Ke«lcr.tannery Site, In the. * . HEART OF TOVTN -^ where will hie kept constantly on hand. A fall stock of WHITE AND YELLOW Pll^E, HEMLOCK, OAK, A«H, MAPLE AND/BLACK * ¦'¦¦•- WALNUT LUMBER,, which.with the aid of the most Improved machincy and competent workmen, is prepared to w^grk Into any cliape to meet the wants of Customerg. WBLL SEASONED LUMBKRi, INCt'TDlNO SIDING, 'FLOORING, CEIUNO.?1 SHINGLE AND „ LATH CONSTANTLY OX HAND. Planing^ Matching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawing j cone to order.. ' ,. OTANUTACTpinr, iii connection wila ttieahovo e*tabllf!hmcpt.nnderthe inanngerat-tttof.Mr; K.JL Rogers, Jixumtne our work nefo're leaving- vonr ordera elsewhere. Repairing done promptly. ' ; ^ ' ^ ^TIIROP. Montrose, September 28th...

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

THE FROST KING. From out this wiuter palace ; ,•/ -^ TUe King has aturted lortU'; I ..,-*;¦ The birds baye lettr their summer nested* : The wind is in the- north, ":. v The river and the mountain v The brown and wfihkled sod .... ;;. Bedn to 8h6w already where ,.;¦ , !. Bis messengers have trod. The clouds unroll the ermine; '_'\.' ; i And o'er meadow., lane and street,i. *-t Make courtiers'spreaxl theirlm^ntl^s ilo^ii! Before the royal feet.. ' Vh ? v. ;m, Close 1$ the friendly corners j :>-¦': f ' ^lH The sheltered ivies.ciinfi,' ' ".'!¦ \- /V And wear their emerald cloaks despite '-^U» ' Tue coming of a King. ¦¦¦.:: :i.= . >.• ¦¦ V His mien and look are haughty^ • -.•>'* His voice is«cold and stern, And yet his kisses on the cheek . U i ? J-. « LifcecrimsciU: roses "hum. :/<¦ ¦<¦ ^ V Down from the crested mountain^;; ¦ v> With grandeur iu >hvs tread,; V ;! ¦. : . ^ The Winter King is coming Sivith i. = :.;v»V A white crown on...

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

THE GflUSIN FROM THE SOUTH » : 1 E ' DITH BELTON was the prett|estgirl at Aspej^dak- Springe that gammer, and tha£ is s;')'1!^ a great deal; [for Aspendiiti' is only ^ few miles from lone of our largest inland;cities, and the! pretty girls there wt-re as thick as clover tops in a July meadow. Miss Fnl'k was there, who had been the-i reigning be'le at Long Branch the summer 1 before *;'Carrie Armadale, who had queened it in ! the diplomatic drawing-rooms of the Rational Capitol all winter long ; and'pretty little Ariel Fielding,j from- New Orleans,.with her lovely't Creole complexion, aiid the, great midnight! eyes Whereiri young men's hearts lost themselves so hopelessly.— Pretty girls-fluttered on the crbqujet field, pretty gn-ls organized mcnic3,auoVatchery parties); and mountain expeditions, and in alt the; spartiihg brvy ofi;Realities Edith Bel ton earned away the pajni. :' 5 1 And yet when one come to1 qesbribe her-; therfr were hot so nl^ny points to describe, after a....

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

—»-«—Mm&Tmwa***, —¦-,..,M _ BY COUSIN" CARRI<£. IN a lovely village nestling among the beautiful hills of Vernionf, was Situated a complete li^tle .villa., ^Whoever saw; thia beftutiM kpo^ne^r iolg4Ult. J p?l|wl era grew every^hV^ev ;^oyeif? tfi*i^ tfoorj' elimbing the trellis iu front of the piazza itself. In fact, it was a perfect Eden of fiowe.s, and^ "well* deserved' its name of Rosedale. " | The mistress, of this beautiful place was Maud jDuval * a^yo^iirgladyof t\yenty-two summer^ ^ho-hatl.l63t? Her mpther when a-mere infant^and4iadV'but nine months before^ my rStpry; opens, laid her fathertg his'iast, long refiting-:pjace."'—Here she lived," witli herbldltrusty nurse, Cathenne, who had been ih the" family ever eiuce Maud.was born, ap^dtcou}d not have loved her ihore had' *be been her ^ own child, . '.: Maud was not a beauty, as beauty goes nowadays, but her fa«e had a pleasant expression, and whateTer plainness .was in it was relieved,-by a splendid pai...

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

Wot In The FamllT. !"j . ..,:;;:;-,^-,;:'i" ,v."'i^ *..' <' '.-.;;¦,.•!;;:" "¦¦ '' i J^n old ppt^oiter brought home .tw«t jugs the. oilier day, one. labeled ^boiled, dii;'*ahd the other •;v turp6ntine.', They, were placed in the'barri, and pretty ifoOb; it was noised about that the old man had business thereat l-egnJar. intervals. ; HiH oldestv son .' slyly.,,riollowed,;ihim i an* sa;w fiim,'( tike a deep draught frop^j one of thb jugs. The old man hea«| a step outside,rand before going; but he a»t0 ranged thos^t«ga7SccOTdingi to his artistic taste. He wa# hardly gone when the sqn sjsippedin and took » drink from thr JP^htof.wh.ich be supposed his fathei* drank, The^ext moment ha.wViBpttjbrJ tetihg, coughing' and gasping, and, the, old than entered^ahd asked : ;; "; ^Thrpentinfftioesen'fc agree witfij^oui' 'llOQBfiil'v'-At'.:.-!^ : " ¦¦"' "'"-: ''¦:- !'"'-:%> ':;"'-'. /«But I saw yonidrink it t]' eiolaimel) the injured and indignant son. ,.,-.-([ "That is true,...

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

.., Yesterday,Si was^foqnd enjgttged iu^biM ot U|s philosophic, political'harangues ta s ^ome of his colored jfrieijus.s ,r . , .u ^^oes^hyaf^puhlicuns^^i' piron>isetilt; deiUfs'day in de? rn6rtiioVr? sbq^*ddvain!f gwine: to ketch dis hyart black1 b'rfd>-wiit no more.chaff !¦' he;irxojairnpd positively) ^Wiiat's yqu^jnad .fbqut i^tyd lift Other datkv- ,' 'T , .. (. -n/r : "Dis is-'whalr Pm¦* mad ^oiiti-mihof my wrord noirl'Didtfff' de^f Uy,a when1. de war^Sus played .dut/da* de^nigg^r'^ai gwiuertQ be made.^s.gqpd; WiTM-wttiita. ^Ikrse^S^^'-^^ I «An'Mat dr rrtgger ?wotKe*d4«VVair dat de:olo . meters hati and cottldsootP yearn aitdat iproptty. b^ofc j Hoi.' defauseltea^ hWW) ,v>~. Si-mil ;hiJiii-?:"f/^mM "Yas, dat's truPj top \% > .f¦ ;.....:-,([p "Dat despite f^iks wai gwi'nfi t&\. V6br<M c^u^hiou^rah' d^nfeef'siicS hey;??.( '.,5>ii; '¦¦ ~*>v:::; : ^av^d .*;;iv*.A. ,.17 "Obm-hqqk^j.dat's"what dey;said '*uyjd ; "Dat all...

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

"| >HE> 1eMOCRA|| POBMSHKD EnsBY WBnNEBDAT MORNINQi^j; at Mostbobe, Susq'A Co., Pa., sr *|.; J; 3KC^-'wi.B-szr>s q.H,-o;smpy EDITORS & PROPRIETORS y£/? < ^-/ At two Dollars per Year in Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—Tbk De^ocrac ae an advertising medium Is unsurpassed fn this section, it reaches, the Fanner; Mechanic, and business man. Jls circulation is constantly increasing, and its advertising rajtes reasonable. Katea>will be giv<j^~at\our office or Dp^'Kvw- i?tm,w*"«.v &, »J M ''f -' " TOO PRINTING:—Our office„Is supplied -with four prin^g,pr^»^togeUiert wlth *«larffe*artety of-type, borders, fancy inks, etc., with which we are prepared to, do work In the best ttyk and at: prices lowertthan any-Competitors in «nyiscctlotr.'i:Mampl«sJ8ho\Vn arid estimates cheerfully given-at our office, v W.ork ordbr-> ed by mall will' receive ptitopt attention. . ,i N , £J i ^'aW^EY.,' - '."'"-"" wi' 0;: CRlJSER,

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

~ ATTENTION {}COMMITTEE ! ^The / meftibers./' of .the, Democratic County Committee ; qts< Susquehanna County aw hereby, summoned i to meet at the:TiatbeIlliou8e in the;bbifongh of Montrose on ;: '"Monday,' February 2Btw, . 1876, to appoinc delegates to the-state.convention to be held at Juaucaster city,Wednesday March 22d, 1876,'arid to transact other business pf vital iniport to the Democratic party. E. B. Hawley, \ ,t ' • T, :[¦.'. Chairman. • j-".//. / "COMMITTEEj t. .;./.= . 'V :¦ j Auburn, R. B, Swisher; Apolacon, Patrick Walsh ;, Ararat, L. 0. Baldwiq; Bridgewater, (X P. Beebe; Brooklyn, P. H. Tiffany; Cboconut* David Stanley ; Clifford," J. C. Decker ;. Dimock, C. C. Mills; Dundaff> T. P. phinny j Forest Lake, John Bradshaw ; Franklin; 0. M. H ^ !l; Frit-iidsville, John! Hogan'; (Jib son, R. M. Tingley ^ Gt. Bend, Wm. Deakin ; Gt.^end BaroJ V{ReckhoW j Gt Bend Village, C. J. Larjgley ; Herrick, He ry Lyon; Harmony, CvE. M'Coy; Harford, James ! A. Willi...

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

> #ar g;om session. The general appropriation bill was rer ported to the Harrisburg^BJ^se^of Representatives on Tuesday, the fijrst of February. Iql^t^e, item for legislative salar1iei^s^utl do¥ ri at jive ikiindred ilibusand-dottorsiAnatea&i of three hnndred and .seyeujty-five thousand? appropriated, last yar. At the session of l|Yi the pay was hxediat $1,000 for each lannualaihd each'adjourned session, no^ to exceed 100 days, and ^ 10 a day additiohjai:fbr each day: necessarily employed. oyer4;<jji}£ one hundred, not to exqeedlthe^fifty^rT; '^¦he. appropriation bill would indicate that the Legislature is ipreparing for a long session, nearly to the Jfjrsi of June, as the 1,4.0/ days would not .expire antil that time. We do not believe this is the time to lengthen the session land increase the pay of members, but to the contrary public expense of all kindsshould tie'ent down. It does not sound weU for a Democratic, House to increase legislative expense...

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