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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

| ! |' P''' '' '''' || tttefiellaneong;' U '.¦'. '^^XtTTTlOSB ,. |^ANIN^;: ;::;MILL [¦¦"¦• ¦ - v:- ¦'¦-¦[ v.1 .'/.'.. amd':;;T.:''":- '1 ;•..;._ .^^-tfiiiiie^ARb! 1 In order to better accommodate the commnnit, »vi rnnderMirie^bM e»tabll»hed a depot tot the iliM irLnmber Mannfactqred-at bit uewly^creftpd j^Fu?16 °r I the Old Kcelcr tannery Site, in WmW buUdlnK « I -HEART. P|T. .TOWN $ where will be kept constantly.on Kind. A full etock ol I WHITE AND TELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK Ir OAK, ASH, MAPLE; AND BLACK ^ I WALNUT LUMBER, m which,witktheaid of the most Improved macbinev.*,i M competent workmen, ie prepared to work toto_S5__ m to meet the wants of Cqatomera. ""u«iy i-nap« |! WELL SEASONED LUMBER, INCL'TDINQ SIDTWo FWOWg©. CEILING.' SHINGLE i.m Q' JS LATU CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I C(me5D ordSf tCh,ng \ MonldlnK8-.Md Sc«>ll 8uWl0K 1 . j. o ' < ' | Iffapi Cairiash _fl iii|i I MANUFACTORY H ' -.-«¦ Bra* ¦ x H In connection wlln the above esUbllfhrnent. under the | H managemiuto...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

Cement for Glaw. ;Cnt*hree parts of good Indian robber into small shreds; dissolve it by heat and agitation in thirty-fonr parts of cold naptha. Add to this sixty-four parts of shellac in fine powder, and neat the whole, with constant stirring, until the ebellftC is dissolved. Then pour,it while hot on metal plates, , to form sheets. When required for use, heat to 25Q 'degrees Fah. and apply^guicMyi / [ ¦ - . _^_a~_._a«fcN^a^- - " ' Kerosene audi powdered lime,v whiting, ; or wopd^shesf wilf flcow tiris with Ihe " jftwttrouble. .-..v.-' '.y •¦-•¦-.:ir ¦(...?; v:-' nkyy^r, . ¦ ..mm ¦ '. ?,.. '[•¦' I ;¦ ¦ /. •S;^»itiber dx& !Octohfirfcbutt^Uthe : " ^^$\s^t xm'... ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦' •;''*¦'"'. W?:. '¦'¦ "' -. ' ¦". ' l r^yyyy '¦¦••'' •''•-:-;Vf,-'-';'"

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

Scotch Broth. \ i i 1 , .- - - ! Take four pounds of mutton-—part of the leg is beat—add one gallon of water, oue teacupful of pearl barley, two carrots, grated, the white part of a large cabbage, chopped very small, and a small quailtity of parsley. Season wit h pepper and salt. I«t this boil very gently Ifor three hours and a half; and at the dintier table it will most likely, by ail who tre ^ fond of soups, be pronounced .exjpelent. '-' - • ¦ . ¦'•'.'

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

'. ii m^b 0mW ^aw*1^ ""J ' ' " * .r~ Ham Toast. j j • Mix with one tablespoonful of finely chopped or grated ham, the bea.ten-up yolk of an egg, and a: little cream ;and liepper; heat over the fire, and |;hen spread the mixture either on hot blitter toast, or on slices of bread frie-l (juite crisp in butter. Serve very hot. • j.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

[.. , SlolassesCake. \ .- ¦ ^ j Put in a coffee cup one tablespoonful qf lard or butter and one teaspoonflil ofN so^a; put on four tablespoouf uls of boil aig water, and fill the cup with molasses; stir wel), and bake in iwarm gempajis in a modern oven. Good, cither ho!t o 'Cold. '¦ . J I. ' ¦

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

y\ -¦*•: / Cream Pie.- ¦ ¦ Ii- ¦ ' - -. ' \ ¦ • - ' -—- •'-' • ¦ •!!,- I One tablespoonful of white sugar!, one eeg, one tablespoonful of flour, one tablesboonful of-melted butter; add ^weet miilc enough to fill vonr pie- platei and limon, < if preferred. This ihoolji be bake4MthpBt«Becrtttt. r;^ f

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 April 1876

MC S^ fl^HE.'i' ¦ ; > SUSQLTEHANNk COUNTY 111LTURI WORK Having been reorganized under tbe firm, name, and ¦ style of Susquehanna County Agricultural ' ¦ ,, ; Works, limited, R. Jbwett, Prps, W. H. Cooper! Treas, L>.'Bayre, Secretary. ' \ Are now prepared to furnish, on short notice, ^ialiffttarg i; inimes, OIRCULAR SAW MILLS, TURBINE i_ WATER WHEELa, And do-all kinds of mill and job work promptly and satisfactorily, at low rates. < We manufacture and have on band a jarge assortment of pi*0lws ^Ms^* CAULDRON; KETTLifS of different styles, ADJUSTABLE BARN DuOR HANGINGS, MEADOW \ ROLLERS, BLACKSMITHS' FORGES POTS and GRATES, DOG POWERS for churning, One and Tww Horse POWERS andTHRESHERS. of the latest and best • patterns, &c.,&c., Montrose, March l,1876.'-3rn. " . 1 ,"" .'J ~ ,* ' -- -'-- -; 1-1lit '." A NEW STEAM MILL. Hap iFeefl,: v tfflBri! ' mmMM*mm* m • A JRare Chance, r .J - -.; ¦' ' -- ¦ •; r ^-.' The undersigned, having Just completed a-...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

THE KILLDEER'S LAMENT, In peiisive mood, upot^onSiutumQ day, ^ walk 1 took; «mid tbe woods, aloue : I -' The leaves were tinned with yellow, and^deca; Upon the flowers ot summer sadly shown. Down in a cove, where solitude might reign,v \ heard a voice, hall music and half moan — H trembling voice—which, in|a plaintiff strain, Lamented evils in her pathway strown. With cautious steps, I nearer drew, unheard, . And peering through the leaves whence came the trill, I saw upon the sloping bank a bird— ; | A killdcer—-and with her a whiti-p6w-wil|. Then o'er me came a most mysterious spell, These trembling tones at once were understood ; I heard the wailing bird her sorrows Ml, , In accents sweter lar than moral:Could. "There was a time," so runs Ihis tale of woe. "When love and life to me alike weredear, Ere man bad proved himself our deadly tog4 And beasts of prey were all we had to lear. "It pilfering fox, or prowling raccoon came. Too near the tuft, where slept our tender bro...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

WILLIE'S SURPRISE. BY FRANCES BENSHAW.BADEK. MILLIE! Millie ! where are jou ? Do come down and help me, that's h darling. . Watch the pies, and fry the dough tints, do !" called |a merry yoipe. - A moment after, a" tall,' graceful girl entered the kitchen. She; would have been beautiful, bat for her pdle face and Sad eyes. ' l .,.<¦'¦'" '<>h, Millie, we have had just the best Inck with every thlni!. Not a pie scorch-. Ml. Every cake done .beautifully.:! The pudding, 1 know,will j be the best in the country, lor Raphael wks neyer\kiio'wn to 'ail! And just look atkhe turkey. Igpi't it a p-.rfect beauty ? Don't yotf Member what Doctor Gray said two thanks gmngs ago ?. That we ba43ihe best din"«T and prettiek girli ip l>uf house that could be found in.the whole state, he Was sure! We will have just as nice a dinn«r to-morrow. Bo£fi&the girls we will *t somebody else speakV I hope Archie »"H come. He half promised^*? >J "J A sigh from ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

TOET CARRIED IT TOO FAR i Mr. Butterwi|k calMd -in to see hie the •ther day,:ahoj| the course of the coovereation he s§w : I ' '¦¦... ¦¦ I i ' .«.¦•¦'. /Tm going/ tq move. I can't staud those Thompsons any longer. The're the awfulest: people to borrow things that I ever say. Coffee and butter,and sugar and- Hour I dotfs mind so mochi although when a woman borrows highpriced sagar *nd Java coffee, aqdeenda back sand and chickory, a man natnraliv feels bilious and mad. But they have borrowed pretty near j^verything in the house. First its; onesthing, then its another, from morning till/night, right strafghtalong; ; ?^ "/ V ,.-.*. "Now there's the poker. A]poker is a' piece of machinery that you 4 buId think anybody might go; around ajidjbuyi or, if they couldn't! ^ fford:i?t,: they might inse- a fehce'pailing to shake .up the'fire. But Mrs. ThomDjon»»«e«n^^-hahker after our pjken . Sbe borrows lit ififteen; br twenty times a day/?and, la8tjf,Saturday she: sent for ft thirty-four...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

; ' B|La-. Skldmore'fl Bagle, '¦i :,;:•: ,: i'. •¦*..''¦ ¦. »« . Mr.Pete^r Skidmore, of Germantown>f plays a little on the bugle. One night last summer he ,went into the parlor, in the dark and felt over the top of the piano for the horn. It happened that his aunt from Penn's Grove had been there 'hat day and had left her brass ear-trumpet lying on the piano, and Peter-got hold of this without perceiving bis mistake, as the two were of similar shape, took it in his hand ahd* went out on the porch, where Miss Miles was sitting talk ing tp his sister, He asked her if she "was fond; of musippn the horn, and whett she said she adored it, he asked ber how; she would' like him to play "fiver of Thee/' she said that was the only tune she cared anythmgfor. ' ' ' -i . So Peter put the small end to!his lipi and blew. He blew and blew. Then he blew some more,.and then he drew a fresh breath and blew again. The only sound that camp was a kind.bf hollow' moan,: which sounded so qu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

., Beferr<e4(lor Bedlslon^-:'* ¦Toenr isa not very old gentleman, Jiy» ing not.m'any miles from Hickman^ wn>; io addition to the fine landed estate he possesses, has a most estimable! wife and family of children. He is in theiabifcof replying to matters concerning his domestic affairs, "Ask the old lady." Recently a stranger called, an'd seeing the fine Jot'of youngsters, asked if they were all his children, "He replied, "Ask the old lady." We are informed he asked no more questions.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

•. .....i-^^p.^— . i . Won't Heat. ¦" n - :\ ¦**StUIy,,f said a fellow to; a gw!. -wk.tia.. bad red. hair, <4keejj away from m< or you will set me on fire." , "No dangfir of that, yon are too »reen tobnrn^wplieithegHrt" •

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

¦ BLAINE'S m,000iSWAG\'' The following is the* first boil that headed properly on .the rotten political carcass of James G. Blaiae; bloody-shirt shaker and would be President. [For years'he has had a touchyness vvhtii 'people were talking about honesty and niany Suspected that underneath his rhinoceros hide and hidden behind his,bombastic loyalty there was a rottenness that only needed to-be pricked to "let eifou^hy of political corruption: out * ofiiiru to make .the public.gaze in astonishment.; x ..-¦ ,/ The following is the first inkling ;of the facts, as given by the Indianapolis Sentinel, of the 31th 'instant; - ' *\J. C. Harri3on"a promiueut banker of this city, is in possession, of a secret, the exoosUre of which Twill forever blast the prospects of a certiin candidate for the Presidency. It.is this.! An <ntrv appears in the minutes of th« Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the '/ - ' '• i i\ •~ ^ .. -n, .,: .•.-, r. . - . . Union Pacific Railro...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

V . wwwMwiwiaM ^aiM^^i - Mavtiesom\tm'SPTsystem j8|fa »ne who had followed the course of the*friolitical BCandariiterature of the past feVmonibscah fail to haWbe'en struck 10k the' rirominent part played by the de^ective^or so^ailebt ^special agent," in afytbe operations of the government. N6 affair of importance appears to be transacted withunt their intervention, ' i%y;turh up constentiy in the most nne^&^i1^; They appear before the invtstigation conuaittees tas thirhig th^ confidence and ^joying the intimacy of persons in the highes^ station, The whole system of government; In fact, W &*** *?, ¥a8 completely honpjrcomo^d w ^vthese, creatnres as thatof .Rubhu nnjer the suspicious audVabsolute or of G25ars> or of Franjce under the admihistr^ tidti 6t aEichelieu or a.Fouche. TwentJ yearago hothipgof t ^ he kind was known in J&sflpnnirys.: Like many other evils thepplicy of carrying on the government by the atdof deteetivegiand spies is ^h'Off^hoe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

^ Blaine to be Investigated, | Indianapolis, Ind., April. 21.4The Evening News calls upon Mr. Blaiitie to ask an immediate, investigation ojf--the charge that heobtained §64.000 froin the Union Pacific railroad company, anJ^ announces upon¦! authority that'll h|:fails to do sp ^ J. G. S. Harrison, of this city, will go before the judiciary commitjtfe ot the, house as gpyefh.ment director of the road and demand an immediate in vestigation of thematter.; •• v .;-..„; - }i, -

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

[—'¦ '¦¦. j ¦—.-.— , ./ifV.^'.'"7M?-,1BV ' ' "--- -t»»- Oraniat JBUif;- ? . WABHiNGTOif, April 20;-^$he revelations which were made yesterday before the committee of then house: bo the department of justice, of which Mr. Canfield is chairman, produced a profound sensation here when they, became public in the New York^ 'papers to-day; Even for the moment the ^ few remaining supporters ofGrantism were dazed at the evidence of the illegal and corrupt use of the secret service!funds.to influence elec ^ tioiisj by; the President. iWhilethiywere quite willing to throw all manner of jdiscredit on Colonill Whitelv, thev could not explain ex-attorney General \i.M liams'; .strong- coiro.borauve. testimony.--* Nor could they defend; the /expenditure of this money under any provision of law, when theyj found the highest law officer of the. government doubting the legality of the ac't, and declining at last to.-hand over the funps of ..the United States for an injproper purpose till be h...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

Conhty Boslness Directory. Two linea in this Directory, one year, $1.50 slaTTT dlnonal )ibc, c0 cents. ^ ¦"-¦ -itONTRPSE. WM.HAUCBWOTJT, Staler: Wboleeale ar,dn«,.ti deder in airk.i.d8 of elate-.«>oHi.g,1Ste baint t f Koofsrepaired wMh *kte paim toordw. P X'Lu' paint foruale by the gallohoibariel. MontroseI. • bSiN ?^B,TKpCfJ), GinnniFite.ua Lifelnmaace AKeut«, aho; sell Kailroart «nd Accidental '£^e ,, nVr0 ^WV Srrk,.a0(1 nikaelphU. OfflSS ..dooreaetp! Wm.H Cooper. CV8 b..„k • WM. II. BOYD & Co. -nealu.»' in Stoves' Hardwire v-and^inat clurer.br Tin and Shevtiion ware c^r' nerofila^iisu Jnrup.fe.-Mreet ware, cor A-V«-Bu lard, ntsilcr^ji Ur.Kjerieo, Provision* Boob W,H" %UP 01>BR: * CO., .Baakerg. 8C;l Foroien Paa-Ipgqp!**^^"** . oa toKl«^,--£l&d, wi WM.'L. CUX' Harsefd tauter and dealer In mi aitt. clfl. ntnally iWpt'byTthe tra«,. oJpffiuV iwrt JAAlJiS 8. (UJKyAXT, Attomey-at-lii^. office one t.oorb.-lowTari,ell iionSc.i'ni>licAvenna. H 3fon &...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

IMetlificatloii of tbe Postal Law. On Wednesflay last, the Unittd States Senate passed jSeuator Hamlin's bill rejgulatsng the rates of! postage on third class matter, almost as it came from the committee. A great number of amendments haye been offered but were voted down, looking! to the | exclusion of merchandise or its admission iuto-the mails at an increased rate. Senator Harvey's substitute for=Mr. Hamlin's bill was the only proposition which. really had strengtii. It was simply the restoration of.thi: old system as it, existed before Mr Hamlin's tinkering. It was first lost by a tie vote, 25 to 25. The bill as it has passed the Satiate fixes the rate of third class matter, for any distance, at one cent an ounce or fractional part, and limit* the weight to four pounds; it requires the prepayment * of all hiail matter by stamps at the office from which sent; it permits the sender of any rttail matter to write his name and address and the word *'from" proceeding it opon th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 April 1876

H"'"' ' - Q,.. PILlMAJtf &;COv FIRST NA~t ^ • tional Bank Building, Mdntrope, Pa., Ocakis In DryiGoods, tlothing, Miihnery Goods, Boots & Shoes, &c.,&C. : : . , ; ,r [April 2tJ, 'TO.^tfJ'i i ! - ——' . '. i ,; .,.; '¦:/•. ;,. ',.',.,/:¦:¦;- P T. PUKDY, MANUFACTURER "M J» of wagons of all kinds; jAleo makes a'specialty of wood workfor sale;? Itepairs^i promptly attended to. Uses only best stock, and trims ;to make only first-class worK., ' , ¦' - j ' __¦*_ . |[jphl3Q,.1876,]. ¦ • notice.;;,--f.;:-:-:::..: ; 7 Whereas, my wife Amelia, has left my bed and board, witnout jn?t Muse or provocaiiou. i oo hereby f.>rbul a" persons harb./ririgbr trh*ting ner oii'iny'account*, , as I shall pay po dents of her contract ing after this date. „ . ,• - <-•- BARTON InNUllMAN..; Brookdale, April 86,1^76. j -• '>:;;¦,: . ;i' I:' • . : - '!•!".••.: i i . . . •. i jjEMoym and Enlarged. : - ./¦ .'. - ;•,'.¦:¦.'¦ .j;!;0 ;.--, ^ '¦¦ ¦'.'•'¦ .-::¦ &am...

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