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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

AUDITOR'S. NOi'ICE.—The undersigned appointed by the Hon. the Orphans' Court 4>f Susquehanna County an Mffitor to mak<! distrlliutioris of Uie fund remaining in the hand* of the adjniuistrator of the estate of Bridget McLoan, will attend to the duties of hi* appointment at ^ his office in Montrose on Tuesday, March 21. at r\o'clock p. m„ at'which time, and place oil person*, having claim* will present them or be forever delurred fromi coming in upon said fund. E. O'NEILL, Andiior. fea-1(5, iSTO.—4w . . . _ ^____: ,-. •, ' / ¦ j' r Best calicoes 8 cents per yard at Cbe^p iTphn's.. • ' ¦ .--,¦•;¦'¦¦ ,;"' -¦;;.:-..;'-": ;: ¦ - 'XQR-^ofla;;..:"¦'.'>..'¦.'¦^a-~a 'a^.. tl ' -:-A At TBtS OPVICB ^ CHBAF ¦ X ;ii:.ii.'..l'lii-.;:. ...'.'.,:'..'-t .:

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

mAYLOB'SFAMILY MEDICINES^, ' ; Pain and Laraenoosre.ieved in a short time by tho use.of Taylor\s Celebrated Oil. The treat Hbenmattc and JfeuMllelc Remedy. Thi* medidneianotn enre all. Imt ia warranted to cure more of the all* and ills to which flesh is heir, than any other nai'cineevcr discovered. Give it a trial; if youj do not find it so. it costs yon nothing. It may be used vtth the utmost advantage for any kind.of Pain. Lameness. Wound* or Sores upon man or beast. Will hotenart the rawest wound or sore. Full directions for use aronnd each botthe. Ask your Merchantfor afrecvial. NoCuro—No Pay. . i < ¦ . ¦. Taylor'sCongh*Syrnp or.Kxpectorant,for allThroaf and Cung diseases. Is ^ery pleasant to the taste and contains nothing injurious. Try it, and stop that cough and take the soreness from y»nr Throat and Lungs. Ask your Merchant for a free rial." No Cure-fko Pay. | ; - Taylors Condition Powders for all kitds of stock and poultry. Warranto I the belst renovator of the sys...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

— - . I II I • ¦ ¦ j ,l"- yyiuGs, j " /.. MEDICINES, } CflSMICALk M. A. Lyon, Bniggisi, MONTROSE, PJ4 j; - « *. i ¦ ¦ i Dealer In all kinds of PureDrngsJMedicines,'Chemicals, Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, Paints, OUs, Varnishes. f. Pocket Books, Combs. Jewelry, Perfumery. '<, Toilet Soap*, Brushes, Violins, and Violin Strings, Yankee Notions, Farley Goods. Cigars, Tobacco. Table Cnttlery, Fine Solid Silver, Spoon*, Plated Spoons, Krive* and Fork*, Guns, Pistols. Amnnition, Shoulder Brace*. Trusses, Medical Instruments. Dental Materials, Lamps and Lamp Chimneys. Tea*, Spice*, Baking Powder, Sea Moss Farine, Gelatine, Tapioca, etc., etc. Daly's Palo Ale for Invalids. ' * ¦ .1' ¦- ' -':"•• Those who wish to buy Paints and Oils, would do well to'exsmine bur stock of White Lead, White Zinc, and Mixed Chemical Paints, before i>urcha*mg elsewhere. All kind* of colored paint* in can* of from one to five pounds each, on hand. Montrose! Feb. 3,1876. 'TWEHANNOCK : MARBLE WORKS. BuiN...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Iron, Hardware, etc. BAYM1CL1M, Dealers la STOVES, TIN, COPPER & SHBBT IRON WARES, HOUSE Wfi^ ISHING GOODS, AND BUILD* -ERS HARDWARE, SaO. ¦ '; . ¦'.'"-.-. -S : • '. ' - '¦' .'--» '..' ...'.• ¦ '¦' ¦ .'.'''- Agenta' tor/ BLANCHARD, BARTLET ^ OQW SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WINDOWS, CORNICE MOULD^ :¦ INGS,'&0^ which wo will sell atBIaochard, Bartlet A Co's. pv*«*» '''•"-,. ' * . . i NAILS, SCREWS, LATCHES, BUT1V SASH AND BLIND FASTENERS AND HINGES, HOEB, FORK SHOVELS, RAKES, .'.¦'• WIRE GOODS, 40. Special inducement* on Pans, Palls, Coojaar, aa/LaV -,-¦'¦¦ Dalrytuf Good*. IRON CLADS FIRST;' PREMIUM. MILK FANS. • (John Hatden, General Agent.) OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, PL43at FORM, SPRING AND BUGGY WAGGONS. Unsurpassed for S4yla and Darabililf We bare recently aided to au aelectlea «f •Hml*v The CaxTENtfiAL Cook, made by Rathbone, 8*r4 A Co., Albany N. Y..a»dtl* Argand Base Burning Parlor Stove, *ac Canard Cvofc Stoves,mannfactnrt«by.Ferrv*CeMAlWa,M.T. Ha also keep the celebra...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

L(j(,k! Look! t .' '". '*' ' ¦ x .J ^n»«Uciue quality is the. first importance. I, '/• LurusTt tlie Eagle Drug Store keeps connf Vm ^nda'fiill supply of French. Ger, «>wn, fcnglteb. and American 'Drugs, Ecdicinefl t, i, ^nemicalB. Also a choice 'eele^aoni ot "•^articles and fancy «ood8, The 1 largest W "est stock of Pocket Books in towti. Jawntruse, Jao/5,18W; '"¦•¦ - •«••¦?"^.> •• ¦-''•

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Caatorlik is nioro| than a substitute for Castor Oil. It is the only tqf« article in existence which is certain to assimnlatlfl the food, regulate the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natural sleep. It contains neither minerala, morphine or alcohol, and la pleasant to take. Children need not cry and mothers may rest. |' Oct. 28. ! .

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

To Protect trnlt Trees From Mice- 'In a recent conversation, with Mr. Wallace-Moor, of MayviHe,, upon this sujgect' lie stated that he bad.been troubled many times by them upon his several farms and hack always ^fonnd the b&t remedy to bo; used was common wood ashes applied around the roots of <ach tree hi the-jialh :Be had also used 6ue barnyard manure and always found that a good protectio». Iu answer to our enquirf if this dui;npt|afPird.shelter for the animals, hej&itl," that he Uad used it often in his practical farming experience of oyer fifty years. Whether ashes or manurtj is used it; should be removed from around; the trees in; tlie spring, and the ground loosened about the roots with a hoe or pick; and especially should this treatment be pursued' with* young orchards. ¦¦¦¦'-'¦¦ '-•¦-;'¦••:¦'/'-;¦;'- '-'"'V'."-' |

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

jmt awl f int^toltl* n • y' . yA: ;i.I'^jQi^ivSoiig.aQxa ¦-; j-..i% ' %Leap high the tarmer's winter'.* hoard; \ ^ Heap high the golden corn; No richer gill has autumn poured v From out her lavish horn. (-_ ., .. 1 Letother lands^exultlngugiean r y ,\ < The apple trotn the pin^; ^ ; > ?.; t Theorange trcro its glossy g^een, ' ¦'¦ The clusteriVom the viiie. > Wo better love the hardy gift Our ragged vales bestow. ..,.-. To cheer us when the storm shall drift, Our harvest fields with snow. And now with autumn's moonli^eyes > , Ita Harvest titfte is come, ' '' WepluckawayUii's frosty leaves, And bear Us treasures home. ,., But let the good old corn ladorn j The hills our fathers trdd, But let.us tor His golden£orn ¦> t-*''"" Send'up our thanks to God. ¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

¦^Evergreens Among Fruit Tree8. ' AA well-grown evergreen tree gives out, continuiiallv an exodium of ;warmth and moisture that reaches a distance of its afeffitrheight; and: when tree planters, advocate shelter, belts, surrounding a tract ot orchard fifty or more acres; when the influence of such belt cap only trace a distance of the height of trees on said belt, they will do that which will prove •of little-value. To ameliorate climate, to ,; ' , , assist in prevention of miury against extreme climate cold in winter, and of the frosting of the ^germ, bud of fruit in the spring, all orchards should have planted, in aiid among tnem indiscriminately, evW'green trees at distances each of not niAre" than one hundred and fifty feet apart. Such a course pursued will give health to theJ tree and' be ..productive of more regular and uniform crops ol fruit. At all events it is worthy the trial, and vve sha^l be glad if our readers can ic'form us of practical.experiments on the subje...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

toiiows -* Aaparagtjw. "-**¦-".. ¦"",.. _ ! *\ i% i. - _ v. ¦ A correspondent writes as . "lie has no more difficulty in preparktir laud for.asparagus and celery. His ebfect was to see it asparagus could not be Irown, like other crops, on the level ground, so as to admit of another crop If «.rlifferent kind being raised between tfc rows. According to this plan there ate ho alievs ~ ho breaking down 6f edges *, but siuply plants growihg like cabbages ©f any olberVcrop,; the xrowns, within two itches of the surface, and. the shoots eufwithont-any :white handle.; nf. air y»s the shdota to grow five oi sixi^hes hish for the purpose of increasing the eatable portion, i He likek growing crops en the level ground foV many reasons. First because the p>»ts!have more nour-1 ishment in rains; secondly, the manure ia not washed iu to the valleys ; thirdly because other crops [can be) grown\ between without effecting them at all. ^fte has also grown asparagus on a tne ttill paiu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

> Feacli Trees; '^ > A correspondent of the Country Gentleman gives an iilustratioii on manuring peach- trees: A year or trvjo after he had planted an orchard of peach trees,, he \ ipxead on a portion oi it: the Btrobg maiiire Irom a covered pen where sheep had been wintered, and .mixed it with the ¦ oil by plowing an|d dragging. The trees 'blossomed finely;set well, made an extra growth oi wood, and: the fruit and trees looked fair and rarely prosperous until thepeachesbegwi to ripen ;*tben, within twelve hours they became, rotten, and worthless. "•' Worse than worthless^ indeed tofko active andi tjrnlent -Jiras; the corruption that it ijeemed ta pass from the peaches to the shoots that] here them, aoout and Mft A. -was j obliged td. ptcir. fifty bushels and throw them away, in erderta save his trees, t . . ,.-V-.'':-Thisipt only extended.asfarin the orchards as the she^p droppings had been applied; the fruit on the rest vf the trees of the same sort and ^o th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Secret of Growing Caalillowera. Gompatativelv few people, not pro-1 fessional gardeners, succeed well with the cauliflower, and this delicious vegetable is still a rare luxury. But, certain essential ..conditions being assured, it is as easy to grow as the cabbage. The grand secret of its culture. l:.es in two wordsmanure and moistute. Given these m sufficient quantity—mark this last con dition-^and the grand flower herd comes as a matter of course. If you afe accustomed to manure heavily for cabbages, ^double the dose lor your cauliflowers. Plant four feet apart each way, cultivate; i frequently, keeping the soil loose aud mellow? Wheu the plants-are well grown and,the time approaches for them to commence to head mulch around the plants, or, better still, the: whole bed-to the depth of two inches or more with , ' stable manure; watering the plants through the mu-lch, - if the weather be dry. In this, climate cauliflowers, like cabbages, must be grown during the cool seasons...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

' ' _ i^^-^p-^^-;—How To Test Vegetable £eeds. ¦ ' . ' -..< It is a very :easy and simple matter to test "ah v variety at seed ifhd .tlins^yoid imposition a-nd .loss by .-the P«#fSu \ t planting ofkn^feriprarticle, j! Pkrchase if ybur-seedmaiua; very small quantity of the seeds you intend to plant, arfdsnbmitthtse to the follolvtng test: Take two . thicknesses. ,of .w.po\en cJoth-^-either; flannel or fulled cloth will.anSwer. Dampen them with water, ard Ity them in some shallow dish. a» a ;plate or sanser. Then sprinkle a few seeds on them, be^,, iir| careful not. to • spread, the seeds' so thick that Qiey will lay lone; upon the other, ^ow dampen a|hothbr piebe of cloth and lay over the s^ed. , Keep the plate or sahcer in a moderatelv,warm,place, ,and] by remoVing.thc npper cloth at W yoh can watch, th ^ e result "tlie good seed will gradually swell aud'fiually sprout, whiha the seed that is to^' oid.or that isM from any other cause, mat'swell at firs-, but, instead of...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Keeping <^ualitie» Butter. ¦ \ In my opinion thek^em'ugqnalities of butter depend principally upon two things. 1. The buttermilk must beaall got out; and, second, the> grain of the butter should be kept as perfect as possible. Butteir should not be alio wed Jto b^ churn-^fj after it has fairly come, and should hot be gathered compact in- the churn to takeout, but the buttermilk should be diaiWid from the butter in the churn, through a hair sieve, letting the. butter remain in the churn. Then take the water and turn it upon the butter. With this process of washing the butter the grain is not injured or mashed, and is thus far kept perfect. And working in the salt, the ladle, or roll, or worker, whatever it is, should -never be allowed tp slip on the butter; if it does it. will destroy the5grain ; but it should go upo^i the butter in a pressing or rolling moi¦ , 1 tion. • • • Butter should never be hurried jn4be packing, but should have time tocurv, and time for ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

Keeplns Turnips. - Having an unu?ed -Jice-house, I put into it: fifty" bushels bf Yellowstone tjmups. wlieh the* crop was gathered in the fall. The door was'leftbpen until the turnips on the top of the heap were frozen solid; then they were covered with a light coat of strawfand left in this way until spring. A few bjaskets were taken out during the winter,!just to learn their condition, these bejing thawed out slowly in the lurnaoe room of the green house, all of which wiere found to be sound, and as fresh as when first taken from the field; and those left in the ice-house came out iri spring in .equa!ly as good condition—ribt a wilted, spongy, or roten specimen chuid be found in the lot. They were kept frozen during theventire winter, or so near it that no change in their conditionxwas possible. Once freezing does not seem to injure turnips or change their flavor, especially if thawed out slowly and in the dark; bnt a repetition soon breaks down; the cells and hastens deca...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

^-- ¦ -—— - —-— :"¦ , . r:+ ' "'""" '. Business Cards. ' . - ¦ ' - r - ,' - — .... .-.V '. I \K ELLEN B. MITCHELL, >HY: XJ Blcttn and Surgeon, graduate of (6e'MffigS; WSB^M^^ L& wra^^v ^SEgSS1a offlS0 an t Xivnn tri <it.p>iRi>R of! women urn cniiaren. ymce ai grrootof'Est&trrthe old David PoathomefitC&d '' •¦¦•.- i i 'i-'-' .- -'! ^'-' A'''i'¦• a* i MontroBC,D6c.l5,I875:-8m»n50 . , , H ' ~"~ wDi BALDWIN,M. D-;HOttCB> U' uathic PhyBibian, has located HirtBelf atMoar tcoJjw he wfll attendPrompt t^lproIe*«oa-. albnsineB* entrasted to hi* care. ^^fc'S.0^ malt^baildiug, second-lloor, front. Board* at Mr. B. Baldwin'*. . .-.", '¦'' „-.___ .- Montrose,Pa.,March 10,1875.; - . .|-¦.,-.; : wiT^Ss^^ U Boom* at hi* dwellUig, next, door north *fDjr. H^lscVs on Old Foundry Btrect,.where he wquld.be ¦ SJw to Be* all those in want of DenUl .^.vSf. fee?* confident that he can please alU^ " ?S 4?» work and ip price. .Offlcehour* fromOA. st^...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

- i^^^^^^ ^i^gipi^iaBj**!**"^^ [ —' ~ .'. •- . '•¦''''';-:,.' /'¦'.-" A~ } ¦ •• - '¦.'' I Banking; &c» IV V ; ^bA^ElNG^ColiiP m^W^M^ ! ' MONTRbSE,AFA. r.':•'.¦;: :.* ¦ &iNERALi,.BANsrffQ- B^INES^;DONE.. : COLLECTIONS;^ADEOi^Ll ^ POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACG(HJN' TED FOR AS; HERETOFORE. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXvr CHANGE FOR SALE: united states & other bonds ' i; "'¦ bought; and sold. ' coupons and city and qqunty blank checks cashed as '; ,-'".- ¦ aa usual. OCEAN STEAMii~PAfeSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIAL TllME DEPOSITS,iAS PER AGREEMENT WHEN THE DEPOSIT IS MADE. . Id the future, as ia the past, we shall endeavor trj transact all money business to the satis fiction of our patrons and correspondents.. . \l WM. H. COOPER & CO., Montrose, March 10 Wtf. Bankers. intliorized Capital, - $500,000 00. resent Capital, i - - 100,00000. FIRST NATIONAL IAI, . MONTROSE, PA. , • WILLIAM J. TURRELL, President A). D. SEARIE, Vice Presiden...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 23 February 1876

j Mlacellaneons. * ::,;--.:-k-" Z&ffOXsfTirlOSE • ^NINOl^MlLL: \'AA- : '-'A.A :'V';'4ND A<xAV'X: ^ LUMBEiR YABbl ' . in orc^er to bettor accommodate the commnnity the undersigned ha* eetablithed a depot tor the-ealeof Lnmber Mannfactnred at hit newiy-erectcdbBlldiDeon tbeiOld Keelcr tannery- Sittf, In the # HEART OF TOWN where Will be kept constantly on hand. A (all stock of WHITE AND YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK, OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK ' W ALNTJt LUMBER, whlch.with the aid ol the most improved machine? &Et competent workmen, is prepared to work into any chap* to meet the wants of Customer*. WBLt SEASONED XtTMBER, INCLUDING SmWG, FLOOR1NQ. CElUNG. SHINGLE AND ': LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Planing, Hatching, Mouldings, and Scroll Sawing I cone to order. . - Ik Carriap ii iiii IVIAlMUrACTORY, !" ' 1 .. :: ' in connection wit n the above establishment, under the management of Mr. E. H. Roger*. Examine onr work before leaving your orders elsewhere. Repairing done pro...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

/._..; max: baily. ' /¦'r^i'.'y. B* PAULINE GRAIOT'. ¦ '"; -jp"-;1 - ""DUT STJPPUSR lie should Tecogni^ D ilie, after all, Heieh ?";: 1^ : "Not a bit of danger df that, Miy; you are too, well' gotten'_' up fur thatj thankp he tojyohr servant/. " L ;^ ''Well, let tne takefa long.'last, lingeringlbj>k nt myself, and I'm off;" ani she stepped to the glass, and surveyed! herself. |Shp srave a little laugh.; |;; ; ? "tfgh-l how ri,y teeth gleam through my di|3ky complexion r ^e must reni edv that; Go down ahd"get me -some huckl^berri's;" : : . "^ . • U Thi desired berries Were brought] and; enough partaken of. to bring the gljeam^ ing tjpeth;to a color .'"not cbpspicipualy observable through cbhtrast/wi th Vi^if general aiipearancei \ /! ;i - ''Thjere yon ar<s Mary. sb! tfansfcrined your own father wouldn't reebin'zej you. Complexion utterly changed^ evebrowe hlackenea. hair tucked but of sighjt under a widow's cap, serdv black dressy and worn cotton gloves. Who w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

THE WATER MILL. i ..—»«—- Listen to the Water-mUl, • r ] .. Through the livelong d ay— j ; How the clicking of the wheel I Wears the weary hours;away; ^ Languidly the autumn wind Stirs thp withered leaves,; . On the field the reapers sing, , Binding up the sheaves ; ,. ,i j And a proverb haunts^iny; »nladj I And a spell is cast'; "The mill will never grind With the water that is past." ' Summer winds revive no-more Leaves strewn o'er earth and main And the sickle ne'er can reap, H; y'"i The gathered graia again ; : ifi 'And the rippling stream flows oh, ' Tranquil, deep, and still--/ Never gliding back again , '.¦,-To the water-mill. j" Truly speaks the proverb old, With a meaning vast;] • i"The mill will never grind j. ! With the:water that is past" . Take the lesson to thyself, : Loving heart and true; I •¦•"¦;••;.? Golden years are Moating by, l Youth is passing too ! . j:. ¦ Learn to make the most of life—• Lose ndl)appy>aay !^ .,¦$?' vf '^ Time will ne'er retur...

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