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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

EYELESS FISH THAT LIVE IN HOT WATER i ! • -. ** A most singular!discovery bas been made,in the Savage mine. \ This is the finding of Hyingfi'sh in the water now flooding both the Sayage and Hale and Norctoss mines. Tbe fish found were five in number, and were hoisted up the incline in the large iron hoisting tank jarid dumped into the pump tank at the bottom of the yerticol shaft.: The fish are eyeless,and are only about three or four inches in length. They are blood red in color. . i:' ". The temperature of the water in whic.i they' are found is 128 degrees Fahrenheit—almost scalding hot. When thb fish were taken' out of the hot water in; which they were found,; and placed in a bucket of cold water forithejpurpose of being brought to the surface, they died almost instantly.; The cold water at once chilled their life blood.. . ¦ In appeararice: these subterranean meinbere of the finny1 tribe somewhat resemble gold fish They seem lively and sportive enough while in their • nati...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

:':- ;'Tp;'Y6rjNG'.MEN, .j.;.;-'jff ,:. A wpman's; reputation/is easily soiled; a ihotiglitless word—an ill4imed jest-^sppken in the biUta'rd-halior. clnb-rOdm, hai oeen magnified by malicious; minds until the'cloud has become dark enough to overshadow her whole exiatenca vThWny J^bung • ¦ metij riever Use a lady's name in ^h improper place; at in iriiprop-W.Ume/nor in- mixed company. Never! make any. assertions about her that 'is untrue or allusions that voU'feel she herself would blush to bean.; Everrespect the name of a.woman, for your mother and sisters are women, ahd as you would have their fair name untarnished by the slanderer's biting tongue, heed the ill that yourwords mhy liriug upon'the mother, isisfer, or the wife of so<ne fellow creature.f ' : ^ Covetpus mefif need money least, yet they most aifeot'it f. biifc prodignls'.w bo njecd U most, have-theleastTegard^fbr it.:-i'-' - - * i!| ; - ^Hlioutcopte;ut we: shall find fit almost as difficult to please othe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

BliscellaneoiiB. At No/ 33 C^i^ Jtreeiti .•:'¦:''. :"¦¦¦'' ¦ ; .-'I ,'•'..!-...'. f ' '' ' .'j <" "/-ii •>.>'i' 1 VINOHAiaTON, N.TT. . '-v vJ>M.'.i!'T .'^'>:;li ,:5 .0 :o./-:'iW'^.'! -5^J:-i^;qrOODg, ^u^;. \;J[w\:uyJ«? **'' , ;^, ,,( --v-j^:^^- ;-;;^v! ^ .,:<¦,:: s.^.,.= .^^^'^is(^^5E(rife^. :.¦>'¦¦ -.¦::<¦¦¦ » i>..;: I-.s *o ;<i*>!»"f^,r.,;jTr>T«rjrf'.T!f ¦,-. -.." . " -J.fv- ;;:•-":¦•. tV-.ifi "lo--.i.i.\ vt'.•".!;.•/ v;j; yiu-lu w have Juv ntonicd from the City of Hew fork .... tKu^aM^&^>«xf9 and well«olBCt«d 'ito6kor ; ;;,).';^;.; •••h:y-.>y\tut'' -i^ ,'¦ ):.- ;->h:rv' 'i>;--l <-¦ i4ij«-ii*-> &AW ANtT W^TEB GOOtfi ? . * ¦ '¦¦ - -- - * . ,,...'** ' of all kind* boaght from Sift handa,, wtye now pro-. r pared to ofUr goods at prices that wnteatfiry the cln- ' m» tourer. We haye'also added! to oti» large stock of ' Dry Goaea,an up • «-r*»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

; .^'^^^-^m :: rT^ A'plouB lhotuer is tue greatest of all earthly blessingsi -The infiuencethA^ she exerts * the most tender, the most moulding, and the most excellent known * on eatthv ;€Uildren brought upby a pious toother wild knows her duty and does it, ^re'io circumstances mont faVdrable'fdr their conVersliJin. :'She taaSes the earliest, the deepest, and tbe most lasting impressions on their hearts.v In their minds, religion is associated with ail that is kind, winning, and pleas^ ant in home-life. They grow1 with reverence tor Go4 and His Holy Chnrch. They do not reraember^hen' first tbey Ward the name of Jesus, or bowed their kneea^iri prayer, or lisped the praises Of Qod.- They are instructed to hate and shun vice and' theseductions to it, and to admire and practice virtue. i How?great is the* reeponsibility resting upori: mothers 1 In some sense, God 6' as committed to them the salvation of their own bffsp.ring; To secure the faithful .discharge of the trust; He-htt...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

"i=> ^^v;i:-lton|Hardware< )etc.'i -<^;: ^M^m^'^i' X^ v-i ':V.;^in .•» \v:,-. - </s -^'-^'NlW'^iGObDSr'^ ¦' ';'f---" ,- ,x' ¦:'.\-r^:i>f' n-., ?i-..'i -fT ^ fl ii--:"} :->$Ki:i; ,-:¦¦ f.:! •':. , ,iila--.-Mtt«*^S,N»WV »MGBav , '...y:;|v> ¦ .,,-..^ -.!i.W-^-.-.-r^..» .¦-!--v.-i -vvh..-» vii- -.'->;*¦¦>*¦¦¦-••>¦ .'>'-nd ?i ^--s- h:i ; > j .'. "" -.' ' : ": '¦ - i*i,i'7 #iill; HD; BO¥B '¦'*¦ Oo^ .•,:-i..i:h-. :^^:.:-,v, i,,--.^.-^:? ¦;..' (Suocasflom to Botd & CoawraJ -.-.j-¦..; '>- ¦'¦¦ :'• ¦ .¦¦ . ¦•¦ ¦ •. ¦ ¦ .- -. -j ;¦ . ^^ DBALERS ^ rN; . r'- L\. ,A„. ,i K .j,-,,r;.,,^ -,m ':-; -..":..'^;^>ivV -J---', '.:-¦¦ ,:i: ;J..Vv^iH" '¦¦'¦' - ¦'' ¦'-•! d M ¦¦ -i''*¦¦ Cook Stoves, Banges. Heat-. . ;,»..;:-.. : . .-..'..'..,',-, -¦,.*;< .!,-;! ;S; .--l '¦'"I ''ir. i^:'StpVjBf.'-:Y;^; .;5.i'::' - ¦ T. , . ;¦ l^^\-. :.\\ -,.! :^i.^.. '¦¦]%': I \< -:s. -Kl ¦¦ ^ ¦¦'.'¦'¦' J: ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

TOWN, COtTNTY, AWJD VAEIETY. ; _Por a neat bill or* letter head, leave your order at the Democrat, office. ;,,. > tli_*Thei Bihghamibniahs ark preparbag for a t'sreedays Centennial celebration. —Wolia^^Tenpranc^ ^rftyef^eeting at the residence of oj H. Drake, Thursday at 3Pm- ' "i ,- •'* ¦• -^ ¦ ¦i,V>$ fCf, -^-Swindling tree | agents 'are canvassing the country taking orders and insisting on part p*ydown. Look-but for them. ; —-The Erie, Railway Co. are having ja ctimplrt^nVeWtory^ taken) ot all thejr property along the whole line of their railroad. -IliDoylei'wio'iwas j»nyictedi arMsuch Chunk a few weeks ago, of the murder of mine b»88 Jones, bias, been sentencedNt* be hung May 4ihv ''u'""''' "'"¦ '' -'!' | ; ¦ •':'' —The Binghamton | Democrat says the report* that smallpox Is.Jaging in that city, pxl fitoe.' it says there has-I! been but three deaths from small-pox there this season. Our readers should not fail to consult our advertising columns and ascertain w...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

^ „_— ______ ^ -_______;::~_«_ County Business Directory, ' .—. ; ' ,hhl'}r':-~- 1^ '"______ rwollneiln tbUDlrectory.one y*.ar.$i.5(.e.,.K.. • -,- ¦ .;-: ¦;:vdltionallin£.60c<mt». ,e>ctlt< ;• '." ;.uMpNTK0fiE.',...'. ~ WM. HADOirWO%T. 8iatVr,,Whoie»ale ai,d a^., I dealer In all kinds ol telate rooflng,. 'alat'c p«i'_i -Jr : Roofs repaired wlttn»late paltittoorder; Al«o 11.1^ ¦ paintfor sale by thegallon or barrelu Mo_fro«t B1LLIKGS. STROUD. -Genera FiMihndLlffrB.n-, ance _gents; aUo^seil RalUoa,oand AccldeniTlciri toNew\orkand Philadelphia^ Ofllceoardoo.*.-oftheBank. , . vyiea* BOYD * COHWIN. Dcalew tn Stovee. Hardwir* ' and Manufacturer*of Tin and Sheetlron ware com.; ,of-tal»aadTurnpikt«tre.el."', . 0^ne, i. N. BULLAKO.Ocaler tn iiroce?fp(j ProTiiion. ; Books, Statldne; and Yankee No«o_», at held of Public Avenue.* WM. H. COOPER & CO.. Bankers; sell Forelgr.p&«. ¦ sage Tickets and Drafts on England; Irelr land Scot .land.J* . WM.' _.. COX, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Buslaesa Locals. A Meeting of the First Universalis! Society of Montrose and Bridgewater will beheld at the church in, Montrose on Friday, March 3a-st. at 1 p. m. importout business.; ^ : C(A.. Waruen, Clerk. Montrose, March 20, lj876:wl " | , Many through the country ire severely afflicted with a cough and an obstruction ,«f the air passages leading to the lungs. Various remedies are used, but; that which is said to give the best satisfaction is- TayloPs Cough Syrup or Expectorant! As it is sold on the tprinciple of No Cure, Ntf Pay,U would certamly be welt to give it a trial It, canhbe obtained of all fee Drugfiists in Montrose, or of dealers in general throughout the country^' March 29,1876tf. . i- Clairvoyant Examinations Free. There is no subject that requires so much study and experience as the treatment ot chronic diseases. The astonishing success and re markable cures perforibed by Dr. Butterfield, are due to the gift of clairvoyance, to the lifelong study of the constit...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

, & 1 " - Drags and Medicine. -W JE3L AT I ©T It Is allqnld Linamcnt for Oonseand stable n?e. i rataableicombination, diecovered by a celebrated Engishchemist and horse-farrler. NVas Introduced In the Jnlted Sates in the year 1856, and since that time, by ts great sneces*. In the cure of diseases, it has won or itself that world wide repntation it fp richly desjrvea, and now stands at the head of all|llnamentannrlyalledy .. . i -. L Afe A FAMILY MEDICrNE. It has already sained the confidence and admiration of thousands of households for Its many cure* of diseases were external applications are of S* much impor-^cL It la especially admired, aa a family remedy for UsTpteculiar chemical combination, postering no harsh lneredlenU, [like tincture oi,Cayenneor red-pepper, ot which cheap and valuless Liniments are ^ largely compSl which Injcrease Instead of diminish the inflamailan. makinu it oy nature a speedy cure for wnmruATISM HEADACHE, SORB THROAT, RCO^ OOU«H8. CHOLERA, TOOT...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Arrangement of Mails. ' \\ Via RattBoan: ''.-; ¦ j . ¦> ' ,, , Arrives. Departs -^khanno'ck, (Dally,) 700pm 1315 m .o«u*u» , Via Stages: ,i n»rnse Dcpot,(Daily,) 600pm 620a ja ^fMlford:(Daily,)...-...... v...l0«>a ni Uop.m S.inline (Daily,)* •••• 945am 300pm Jl' ndsvifie (triweekly,).... 600pm 800a£ FrlCtimStation,(trlweekly,).:... ... 700am 700am Chiton" ialLake,(trt weekly).. 600pm 700pm 5eCen.(tri ?eekly.) .1000 a m 4O0P m The New York, [via; Montrose Depot,) New Milford, "Hi.„n<J>k antt Wyaluelng are daily. r T n &onk»n Station mall runs Tuesdays- Thursdays, »n rrd h^B?n2hamtonmall,(«io Silver Lafce,)ruMTnee. ,T ThSrsdays.=and Saturdays. ' .. ¦ .,. ' Vr%ndsville mall runs Tuesdays.ThuradayB.aBd Sat nTheMcshoppenmailmusMondays,Wedne«dayB,and Friday*- additional Staoks: '. . ! A Stage leave? daily for Montrose Depot at 1 m.,and "XZe leaves daily for New Milford at?80a.m. snA d?etuWat330P.m. B/c.poR^A ,,p/M> Montrose Railway Time Table...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

[Original.! SACBEDP0EHJ "And they feared as they entered the cfoud" —LukeQSi. TheShechina came down from the temple &l)OVC And o'er shadowed the mount with his infinite love, . '¦ >. ¦:••;• Yet they leafed as they entered the ominous . cloud, ' ' As its deepening mist folded ju hks a shroud. Bui a glorious view was there watting for them, , . -\ • As ever1 burst forth on the vision of men. God's ocean of love was opening o'er them, And the Saviour of sinners transfigured before them. And tbey canght a bright glimpse of the Eden of love, ] ' As they talked with the shinjng ones sent - from above. .--J !. \\ ¦'' ¦' ' '¦]_ ¦¦ So our trials are clouds and we- tremble with drc&d While they fold o'er ns darkly like thefcall of the dead. J ^ We sink in despair and, we, "fall to the ground" ' . When the clouds of misfortune are closing around/. !( • ¦ - > ; • •' But like tbe Apostles, we find they possess The power to transform, to brighten,to bless. Whil...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

To tiie Vetera*• Soldiers of Susquehanna Coukty • .—'Comrades,' Ijtake the liberty to address you upon a subject now claiming the thoughts and attention ot^ large portion of the citizens of our county—the. Centennial Anniversary of our Nation's Bir|hjthe 4th of July/ 1870, . -"'". ' - ,' '.'¦ {¦! ' ' While each recurring anniversary of ^ that glorious day when from the bell tower ot* Old Independence Hall those glap tidings were runtj out to the world, has awakened, patriotic emotions in the breast ot every true American, yet now thoseieelings are intensified, and preparations are being .made 'all oyer tbis land to give such vent* to tbose feelings as shajltnake tbe 4th day of July, 1876,; "a day; to be remembered." While every citizen who\ loves his country and her flag will be stirre^ by patriotic sentimsnts at this time, will not the soldiers who rescued the country from the hands of traitors and preserved it from dissolution feel that the occasion has a deejW significance to t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

w Business Locals. . . _ , , . . _ Handbills'for. Auction. Sales, etc., printed at the Democrat office^ in first-class style and at reasonable prices. >¦' ' • ' '.' " 1 '-—.- - '.-¦ -. i - New STOCK-v-Sp'r ing styles Hatsjust received. Read & Stroud. Montrose, March 15,1876. " ' llw4 Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!. For everybody. Men, Women, Children, \nd Babies, at very low cash prices All the?rnfiwy styles, at from 25c. per ^ pair up. - " Read & Stroud. Montrose, March 15,1876. \ llw4 Photographs.—Pictures taken in al^the lat est styles. Old pictures copied and enlarged Also a splendid lot of frames for sale cheap at G. W. Doolittle's." Montrose, June 10, '74—tf. ' ' - ¦ H. Rosenthal Practical Auctioneer wil (upon aplicalion) attend to all public sales in the above capacity, v Terms reasonable. Satisfaction warranted. Adfiress or apply toH. Rosenthal, care of S. Pillman & Co., Post's building. Montrose; Pav ! Jan. 19, 1876tf. 1 ' ' r- 1 —. '. ! Sewing ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Annual Meeting.—The annual meeting of the Odd Bellows Hall Association will be held at" Odd Fellows Hall, Tuesday eve, April 4tb, for the election of officers. j i , Charles H. Smith, Sec'y. Montrose, March 8,1876. ^ 10w4 Look! Look! ! Iii medicine quality, is. the first importance. A. B. Burns at the Eagle Drug Store keepi constantly on hand a full supply of French. German, English and American Drugs', Medicines and Chemicals. Also a choice selection iof toilet articles and ; fancy goods.. i'he largest and best stock of Pocket Books in town. Montrose, Jan. 5,1876. , , " ; A Card. '¦ . To my Friends:—Having/ recently associated myself with the well established firm of Boyd & Corwin, I am now prepared to meet my friends with a full line of shell-Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Sash Blinds, Doors', Glass and in fact any thine in tbe line ot Hardware, at the lowest market price. Special inducements made to the wholesale trade in Tinware, Nails, &c. Hoping my former pat...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

' 3vr-a.:R.n.x-A.a-:E!».% Smith—Fish—At tbe residencexti the bride's i parents, March 21st,, by H. G. Harned, Chas. i W. Smith and Fannie Fish, all Of Lynn. '** Roberts—Hamlin—In Forest Lake.March 15, by Eld. H. H. Gray; T. A. Roberts, of Jessup, and Ella J. Hamlin, of Forest Lake. . Deubler—Still^-AI the M..E, parsonage in ;' Factoryviile, March 25th, by Rev. P. R.Tow-! er, Alfred Deubler. of Tunkhannock,: and Sophia Still, of Abington. j vi Bridenbeker—Hoffman—At t»|e residence : of the bride's father, Susquehanna Depot, : March 22d, by Re* D. D. Linjdsley, Mr. J. I George Bridenbekerto Miss Alyda Hoffman, only daughter of Robert Hoffman, esq. ,| (No : cards^. •' - - ]¦• V ''-.."¦' ; j- " ¦ 1 -' MiLEa—Allen—In Dimock, March 15th. by Eld. vy. (J. Tilden, Handrick C. Miles and ; Msry-A/Allen,,both of Dimock. Henry—FrrzPATRick—At the Presbyterian ! parsonage in Montrose, Feb. 26th, by Rev, J. G."Miller, John J. Henry and Mary Fitzpat-I rick, both of. Montrose. V '.'' xiaaaJgLTBts...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

; ;. Legal Notices. SHERIFFS' SALES.—by virtue of writs issued by the Court of Common Pleas of Susquehanna County and to me directed, I will expose to sale by public vendue, at the Court House in Montrose, on Friday. April 14, 187«,Lai one o^cjock, p. m., the following pieces or parcels of land, to wit: ; All that certain piece or parcel of land situate In the twp. of New Milford.in the County of Susq'a.and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a chestnut sapling, a corner of a tract cf laud In the warrantee name of John Hancock and Abner Duncan, thence by said -Duncan, warrantee, north 5[)% degrees east 93 and tour-tenths perches to a stone corner, thence by othei lands of George or Silas Squires south 39V degrees east 12S perches to a point in the middle of the road leadingIromSummersville to Susquehanna Depot, thence by the middle of said road westerly to a point where said road Intersects the southwest line of a tract ot land in the warr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Sheriff Sales, mmmmmmmmmm^mmmm»mmmmmmmmmm*mmmmMmmmmmmmmi SHERIFF'S SALES.—BY virtue o{* writs Issued by the Court of Common Picas of Susquehanna County and to me directed, I will expose to public vendue, at the Court House in Montrose, on Friday, April 7th, 1876. at 1 o'clock p. m.,' tbe following pieces or parcels of land, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Montrose, in the County! of Snsquetuana and State •{ Pennsylvania, bourded and described a» follows, to wit: On the east by Cherry street, on thj? south by lands, conveyed to Theresa M. Gerriteon by Geo. E. Lambert, and oh the west and north by lands of Wm. M. Post, esq., being 40 feet front on Cherry street aud the erme width through to the west line, al! improved, at d on which Is a frame barn painted red. j Seized and taken in execution at the suit of D. A. Lathrop vs. D. M. Bosencrants.] ,. ALSO—All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in 'he Townsnlp of Herriek, in the Count...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

' The Blarkets. Xew York Produce Market. ; Reported Every Week Exp^eslly for Thb Montbosb Dbmocbat by Rhodes & Server, Produce Commission Merchants. 26 Whit*hall Street.New York.; New. Yori, Friday, March 34, i876. i BUTTER. Receipts last six days .10,210 pkgs. There Is an active demand for New Mate nut-: ter, and prices rule very firmly and tending upward. The arrivals are increasing a trifte, but not enough as yet to supply the wants of the ¦trade. : ¦':'--. i . ; newbotteb. Pails, State, prime. 40 @ 42c Pails. Statie/fair to good....-. .36 ,@ 37c Half firkins, tubs, State prime.38 @ 40c ; Half firkins, tubs, State, fair..33 @ SQc ^ . OLD BOTTEBj. j, ' \ |_ State Dairies, fine....... ... .35 @ 37c Slate Dairies,good to prime....32 ^O 84c Slate Dairies, fair to good.... .28 @ 32c State Firkins, choice, selected..35 @ 37c State Firkins, good to prime....32 @ 34cv State Firkins, fair to good.....26 @ 32c State Pail8,dairy,goodto prime 33 ® 35c ; State Pails.common to fair...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

A NEWENTERPEI8E. \- A practical workman, at. ;;-'.. siaoxiivc^LELXza-Gv, <.. ha* opened a shop under E; L. Weet« & Co's. store, on Public Avenue, where he Is ready to do al) kinds of' work in his (Inc. Can ex:el. In new work, and repair with neatness and despatch ^ Tv ^^^^ Montrpae, October 13tb.l8T8>~3ni.! ; We have recced our 37? Wat and, .450 ceht few S^ Goodr to 25, jxqufit ObeapiJoM-ff. .". ¦ .¦(¦• !'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 29 March 1876

Ashes for Cattle. 5SBBC~?!S!!S ^ — *"•• • v'"".,"— Jam jmi l Ip^hali ^ The IMt Sloch: MipicX bits a/correspondent #ho fooqd his cattle given to the habit of eating wood,Terming bones* etc* They became ^liinriit flesh* refiised to eat hay,- arjd/pr^sehled aaidkly appearance; He'hadjlo impression that their food lacked%e constituents for making bone : ind hisi nWighbora rised bone tnejtf 'without noticing any good resnlts wiiat;- eyer. At last he put about four bushels ol leached ashes jh his barn yird, arid threw 6tjt>;o ,;ttiern; about a'shovel full each ttav.' They all:|t'te with evident relfefi." After turning them out to the pasture, he put one peck ol .dry alhes per week oii the ground in the pasture. They ate it all and gnawed off ^the £rass:where 1; had befeu laying I ^he cattle began to improve,1 gaining flesh and looking better.than they bad li|r;Beveral years. He says this morbid appearance was unnoticed ^eat-is ago, from' the fact that the ground.was new and...

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