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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

- Tbe Democratic Meeting. Iii another column will bo found the proceedings ofthe Democratic County Convention 1 ol,l at Uic Court-hoUJe on Monday eveninj !.-,>: The assemblage! was quite large, larger ran we had anticipated, considering the bad state of the roads, and| the proceedings were rh^actcrized with theb.tniost harmony and deoruai. ' I . The resolutions whifth were reported by-the o-mmittee, were of th<| right stamp, and were enthusiastically receive^, with hot one execpti n, viz: thatSrelating Wi a tax on tea and coff<f. as a measure to asl in liquidating the exv»r.ff of the war. lT $>°n this someconsiderate discussion was elicited, and the vote when ukon.-showed the frienils and opposers of the measure to be nearly equally balanced. After tiro votes had been tal|en, however, it was dechred adopted. ( The arguments-offered pro and con we will briefly state so far as jve can recollect them. l>v tii? advocates of su|b a measure it wa...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

Tbe fsnpUI Pox. * l^ar, has found its-sway into this county in "•Tc-a! points. In Silver Lake, we are inform' • t;i-r» have been several eases already, and niMT more exposures. \ In Forest Lake, and !: Lenox also, we hearfthai the contagion has -i'ttared. Would not|the " ounce of preven' "'-t be well thought .of by our citizens'? „—- »- • Jbe.meambuu- W^saiscTos, about which I2»' -ti anxiety and appfehension has been felt, ~" w hist arrived. See had a severe passage • - ss the Atlantic, during which she' lost her -'Wni, wheel-bonse |*nd guards, and was ;'»pv!led to put into J Halifax to be refitted. ;i"f advices are but osfei day later tha'a by the '^¦'¦ •oaaia ^ and are quif|i barren of interest, ~J- •kio.—The Demoer|iie Staie Conrentlonof "- ''«e, by a vote <|f 237 to 22 nomio|ited' '•-"_ Lewis Cass, of j|bhigan, as a candidate : 'President of the l/i|ted States. - j ^ The President! of th.e ^ Senate ha^ ap-Jp""«l Hon. Jefferso| Davis a regent Of the • niitasoaiaa...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

The Presidency. We have refrained for some time whilqncarly all of bur c-oie-mporarics have been speaking out, manufacturing public opinion, from making iany remarks whish csuld possibly be construed into an expres^n of preference for a candidate I for the next Presidential canvass, awaitin<* in-¦ strucriotjs from; tbe people through the agencv ! of our Democratic county meeting, which has 'just been held.. That meeting, however, has'been assembled, frans&cted its business^ and ! dissolved again; and s'lngular as it may seem, i wc are left as utterly destitute of authority from the people as we were before. True, aDele-Igate to tbe 4th of March Conveution was ap-!appointed, and. with reference to that object;' but his preferences were not inquired into, and jno instructions were given him by which he is • expected to act; neither is there aught in any : of the'regolutions adopted whereby any choice of the people might be even inferred. Under ! such c^rcSnmitance...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

Sasqjaetaanna Conatj- Bank. , We notice that some of our exchanges, are setting down this institution as broken, .'' failed," ;&c.. : Now all this is certainly news tons; for although living within a "stone's throw," as tbje jsaying is, of the banking bouse, we had net,, except from the aforementioned source, learned that any such calamity had befallen it: • If a iBank can be broken, that steadily and miho^fail redeems its notes at its counter,. j(ithe ionly place where the law direct?,) whenever presented, then is tho Sus- ;queliannaiCounty Bank broken; but not otherwise. It as true, is we said last week, that a " run" upjon it was got up by a set of unconscionable broketa, ,or " Sharks," as they arc called, solely ^.speculation, and which forced the redemptilm within a very few days of something over three quarters of its circulation, as we arerinforijied, bet we have yet to learn that the Bank has either, failed or suspended. And we therefore repeat ''pur caution ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

Proceedings ofConrt I The Grind Jury foujnd True bills vs. John jTobin forjjiissault & battery with intent to'kill' I one.vs. Hjtgh McCoulojngh for Larceny; one vs. John IMme for passing counterfeit money; one vs. E|jah Christie, Lewis Christie, & Reuben Baker- for conspiracy to cheat and defraud; jonc vs. Si.'F. Keeler for keeping a tippling , house in KMontrose; jno vs. Alonzo Barber ; for Arson|& Malicious mischief, but ionored as to Henry L. Button. Grand Jury discharged Wednesday morning , ' I The Cotirt appointed! John H. Dimock Dep-I uly prosecuting atty. far the term. In case of j Com'th -V8s; Abel Greenland Wanton Greonini dieted at last term for forcible entry & detainer, converted & fined §25, each & costs. : Richards for Com'th, R. B. and Henry Little ¦ for defts. I. McCoulough being arraigro;d^.ple#d guilty auciwas fined $1, and sentenced W ten days imprisonment in the. County jail. CbnMi j vs. Keeled, deft, plead gu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

| From Ilarrisburg. «We havje for some time been conning over the reports of the sayings ami doings of our State Legislature, to fiud if possible something worth noting, for the satis 'action and amuses ment of our readers; but so far we confess our labors ba\ic been unavailing, Very little if anything,has been done of public interest since the election of its officers. A great many petitions for^s numberless variety of objects have been presented, and some bills of a purely local character ?passed. A joint resolution approvine and sustaining the war has been introduced ; but no definite action had. Hon. Arxolu Plisikr of Venango, has been n<'initiated by the Legislative caucus for State Tresisuer. He is spoken of as tbe right kind of a ban in every sense, an'd his election js certain." [Elected on Monday last.] gg^-Wc-have been requested to state that the meeting of the Bridgowater ic Montrose Temperate Society, which was to have been held on 3Ipnday evening last, wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

Democratic County Convention* Pursuant to a call from the Standing Committee, a large number ofthe Democratic citizens of the county convened in the Court-house in MontroSe on Monday evening. January 17, 1S48. The meeting was called to order by tho Chairman of tbe Committee, Thos. Johnson Esq.;,'when on motion of A. N. Bullard, Col. AMHERST C.VRPENTER was chosen President.' Daniel Picket, Isaiah Main, Jos. L. Mi#niiiAN, and David O. TcKrell. were chosen Vice Presidents, and Abel Turrcll, 0. 6,. Hempstead, aud 0. B: Tyler, Secret aries. i- On motion of Geo. Fuller, Esq., a committee of fifteen was appointed to djaftrtsolutiojns expressive of the sense ofthe meeting. Whereupon Geo; Fuller, Thos. Johnson, Geo. Baldwin, Waft-man C. Ha;:di ick. ^ Perrin ' Wells-Henry Ilfag. Wm. C. Ward. Amasa Chase. Calvin Le^t, M. C. Tyler. R. T. Stephens, John Young, Fj! M. Williams, J. II. Dimock and Jonas Carter, were appointed said committee. During>Lhe absence of the committee, G. A....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

lICIDM&JXtflBlTW.: 1 \ •" 'tfAti^jk\*\wcny?Et&%: . Re*pecifu?l;jr; in form' the l]* d ies and GentleU men of Montrose and y-icHuty iha; the^' will given cob rue of pxp-rm.emsil'usiriiiinis «ome of the Wonderful efiects of &ecKJcity. Electro. Mrttflietism, , and thie principles of Morse's Teieerapb, at tbe Court-lioune on ruur.vday (this) evening. jj: Tbe following will be nearly the order nf exerciser with the name* of some of th« ibL strumous useiJ— • :- f >< Introductory Remarks, tfrrw Electridity Ifs produced. • .Ga'vanHm, or Voltaic EleetrfciW -how producieiJ. am] its effects. Deicriptlob of Grove a improved Galvanic Bsiwrv. .- IaU strunoenls for yhowiipg the beating effect* of lOle electric currajl, eJpiaineU. Tbl eKpibsion iof Gun-Cotton by an instrurnj-nt called the powu^rcup. Alsb,o Gttlvntlic P,«ol nn^« riiwPtf, constructed Lamp will be lighted by iricao'so't' the wonderful hewing »• ffecta..T tiie electric currant, nfn distance Irn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

without *due| considefaltibu of tKo wishes or choice of the County. '''.'¦ • '| - Laid on tfie table. A . . I'. ' '¦] . The following, by Jbomaf Johnson, jbq., was finaHy Adopted: •: . ; ] ^ Resolved j That hereafter, in all i appoiDtmentsfor the County of Snsquehanna,i| tbe Governor boi most respectfully requested toidelay the appointments until the citrsens' of said County can jiave an, opportunity to ijo heard. OnmotioKofWm. J. Terrell, . ;¦ ' Resolved} That Geo. Fuller be a delciate to represent;. Uiis County in the State Convention to he h^ld at Harrisburg*on the 4tn of March next; T' Resolved, That if Wyoming County concur, we concede the Senatorial Delegate) to Wayne Coujity, and that we Concur in theHappointment oRhe delegate, on tne part' of'our dem<ieratic friends in Wyoming. ) : j ' Resolvcd,[ That wo repudiate in tpto j the two thirds rule forced upon the Democratic National Cobvention of 1844. We bejel tcj the right of the inajority tp rule.: i.i^IK. 'solved,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

^^j^aag^MjMiMi^s^siMgBSWsa———»—»' THE DEMOCRAT. , Jf ' : M^SFsisiosis. _—. $ - ^—Tlinrsday January SO, IS4S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

1 ' • ~ • PSP Particular attrition is invited to the Curd ofthe Messrs. Wutson & Bckwell in our sdvertisine columns to-day. We regret t" learn |hat our Representative in Congress. Mr Wil^ot, is nnablc, owing to ilHicalth, to bo in Hij' seat. He is now, we understand, in Ifarrisb|rrg.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

*****"" afl^cttltiiral. ,, ,,i..t > , ? „ ; ;j I . ,n-i ... Signs of a Prosperous Farmer. When lights aroj seen burning in his house before break of dak in the winter especially, it shows-that the day will never break on the "breaking" in the! winter of adversity. When you see his barn larger than bis house, it shows that he will'have large profits and small afflictions. ¦) : ; When you see liim driving his work instead of his ;work drivibg hifii, it shows that he will never be driven from good resolutions, and that he .will certainly wbrk his way to prosperity. ... When ypu see it his house more lamps for burning 1afd or grease, than candlesticks for Bitfre expensive putrposes, it shows that economy is lighting his Way to happiness and plenty with that tight which should "enlighten every farmer in the world," , When you always ,see in his w'oodhouse a sufficiency for, three days or more, it shows that he will be more than " ninety days wonder in farming operation* and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

ffiyi55lw|Pft garos- ' ¦ ¦ ! fflie lUnnocrat IS PrjBHSHED BVBRT TnCESDAI MORNING, BY OttLANBO G. UEMl'STEAD. « TERMS. %1,50 ayear.irpaldin advance, or 98,00 If paid ai tin close of ia« W- * SScU. chanjed rorpostafe If carried at the publisher's ex nensfl. ptseoothjuances optional, exeesi when armrafes ars paid. AovssTH««asTB one dollar per square of twelve lines, oi leas, lor toe 8r»ltliree Insertions, and twenty-five cents forey-I cryeiibsequeni)nsertlon. A liberal discount will bf made Hi those who advertise by the year. . s ftjr Baslnesi letters and communications for tbe paper must Impost paio to ensure attention. EDOCT. R. THAYER, BOTANIG & HYDROPATHIC PH1SIQIAN, |AND SURGEON—Office at his dwelfingjlhird hojise east of the Court House —Will bjB at home Saturdays of each week, where he will be happy to wail upon all those who majl favor him with a caU. ISMITH & SHUTTS, Physicians!&, Surgeons, Lanesboro, Pa. Office ot the first named in the firm, ove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

• SKibcrttDemfMtg. \ a\ ^T3 OF luETTTiUS REMAINING in the Post Office at Mont ruse, Pa,, Jan. 1,1848. # Ailing Harvey McDonough Pari Ayres Jefferson, Miiss Miss Sarah Beebe Orin S ; Manning A Emily Beebe Lemuel ; Mrs Morse Barber Philander Morse Louisa Boughey Jaiiesj Meylert S Btldwin D»oiel Nelson Mrs Meda Bicknel! Ira j O'Brien James Brooks A ; Oldbam Joseph Bisbee Miss(Clbey Oslerbout Henry Boyd FT [ Perry Lewis Beebe Miss E A Passmore N O Brooks Rev. Ask Passmore Mrs E But erfield Benj. A Park Miss Polly Buell A J | Payne EIL Clemons Henry Pride Gff&Co Cater Jsaiah \ Reynolds'Adrian Cushmon Rev. jk! K Rose Docl Coon Frederick Lines Mrs Sally M Constantino Abel Smith Docl Dean Zilpba ' Shearer Rev John Dean Judson ; Scott Daniel Dean John; E j Sterling James DonoRo'ub'O or J Shoemafer Hiram 2 Darby William; Slarks Geo W 2 Dean Mrs Melibda Smith Thomas A Denison Dhnieb Skinner Jacob 2nd Davison William Simpson J C 2 . Esmond HjOzekiah Sillimnn Thomas i Flos Moses Smit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

? ylVir Goods! THE subscriber is now receiving a general •saortmenrof v. .^IP^*li:i|!B.|IHiIi, \. which will be sold for cash as cheap as can be; bought in.Nbrtfiern Pennsylvania. Friends, cusiomers.one and all, please accept mv ipw for your wry liberal , palronagt Murine *1« !>»« fear. ,aod . jfcwe^ ibatiny thing io my line Will be (iirnished you on tbe prin* MU ofj'jLive.-na lei live." «IWy «J ^ im*Upr#U$ tt our motto. .-,'.. ' ffi!"?*'^Pn^uce received in pavmeht, 1,-1 iji A 'i-i. ^^WIN TIFFANV C JBtiacMyo, Oct. 19th, l,f}J7. -..,.- , W^J^T3 ^'"P&i**, na^eea", f f;. PfkAAfplp,, Fiintni Poultry by . - ;.% -^v- -"•/i- ¦- ' - ¦ -¦¦ - ¦ ' ' E.T, | |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

Flannel ^ Sorkf, Butler. Cheese, Lard, Gr^in of all kinds, Beexwax. Tallow, also Cash,-iind a settlement with aU.whose accounts have stood oveif3 years, and Some others. Nbv^4ib, 1847. J»f. C. TYLER. WANTED, Wheal, Rye, Corn, Oats, Butter, Cheese, Flannel, Beeswax, Tallow^Old Rags. Pewter, Copper and Cash, for which tbe bigbesl price will be paid. | J LYONS. S VQArl. Coffee, Raisins, Indigo, Alium, 'Copperas, Vitrol, Dye-woods, <Sic. cheap at the Store ol • J. L.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

¦A Few Doors East of Public AVJENUE, ON TURNPIKE STREET, IS I II. S, WILSON'S STOKE! WHERE can be found the most extensive assortment of GOODS in Town —and not inly found~bul purchased as low and many articles lower than elsewhere—he baa just replenished and added largely lo hia tormer stock. Dry Goods "S usual in variety, and in addition. Carpels, Rugs, Windovv-Sbudes, Pa perjH <ngings, etc. 'GROCERIES. CROCKERY, IRON, ] STEEL, &c. - HARDWARE—a more extensive assortment than ever-Malable Castings for Wagon makers, Harness, Saddle Trunk and Carriage Trimmings, Shoe Kit and Findings. Nov. 1, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

.'¦ NEW GOODS. H URT BURRITT is receiving a ver> extensive assortment of j; STAPLE «$• FANCY GOODS, forfthe Fall and Winter trade, which he Is offering at a small advance from cosl. Ih his stock will be found n lull assortment Of Dry Goods, insluding a splendid selection of D/ress Goods, Cloakings and Sbawls, consisting in part ol Rich Cashmeres nt 25 cents and upwards. Muslin de Lnines at 16 do - do Black and Plaid Alpaccas. v Mohair and Gala Plaids. Extra rich twilled and plain English and French Ginghams, - ancj an extensive assnrfraent.of .new Calicoes frofti 5 cents and upwards. Rich Brochn Wdol net, California Plaid, and Rob Roy Sbiwis,&c. Also, an heretofore, a large assortment of UBOCEaiES, Ckockebt, HAnnWABE. ^"R^S teel, JNaius, Paists, Oils, Medicwes, Buffalo Robe*, &.c. to which he would Invite the attention of purch.tserg, and which'he is determined lo sell as cheap or'cbeaper than the cheapest, for cash, most kinds of produce, or approved cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

SPW GOODS. \ FIRST IN MARKET. WE invite the attention ofthe citizens bf „ „ Susquehanna County, to pur slock ot Fat) and Winter Goods, which is now being received, assuring them we will do quite as wefl, if not a little belter than at any other shop in town. . j. F. B. CHANDLER &. CO. Montrose, Sept. 17, 1847. !• 1000 Yds. Ginghams. * ; 6000 " Prints. <; 500 «.' De Lain. ¦% 600 « Alpaceas. .!.. 150 » Bro' Cloth * Cassimere. s ?1 «500 " Satiaetts 4- Full Cloth. . - \. 2000 « Bro'* Bleached Sheetings l\ *h.|*'». shears, shirts and shoes, j1, »n« «very tbinir that's good to use aM "'" ' CHANDLER 4. Co't, JflHW <34>.b®3» BENTXJ2T fclUlAB, : A^ab"e ttc^'S'"* * *"* hrg0 and de8'- || FALL AND WINTER GOODS, wh'fch have been I bought for Cash, and will be •old;oi a very small advance from eostt. ,We •tilljadbere to our old » oito, HOTTO»B UHOEBSOLDj .% by liny establishment this side of the Dela-Ware, and invite our customers and the public generally, to gi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

Ijttnds in Sitllivan County. THECmntyof SunivarTbaving Been lately set offfrom the courjty of Lycoming and the County Seat located by Cotnmisiuners appointed by the Legislature on the lands of tho Subscriber, he oftersj for sale villoge lots and laud adjoining beinir iparit nf a large body, which he will-sell to suiliseitleis. Mill, seau and timber plenty. ; Enquire of Le.wis Janer, Cherry Township, Sullivan county, of Michael Meylert at present In said County to .rrwk»-Ahs necessary surveys or of ihe Subscriber at New Milford, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. . , S. MEYLERT. Sept. 16, 1S47. , J j * 38-3m BROADCLOTHS, plain and fancy Kerseymeres and S.ilioptls. (a very largo nssoHmen') Kerituck! Jeans, Tweeds, Flonnels, Vestings. Linsey Wbol-sey's, Sheetings, Cotlon Yarn, Batting &c. as chei.p as th« chenpost. ^ BFNTLEY Sf READ. FRENCH Merjnoes, .Alpaceas. plain and \ fancy, Cashmeres, Mouslain De Lains, Ginghams, Oregon Pl»id, Calicoes. &c. for gale right by ...

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