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

3 . i Agricnlt—-i Society. i At the regular annual meeting of tbe Susquehanna Co. Agricultural Society ~ held in Montrose, Tuesday 11th day of April inst. for the ejection of Officers, the following named gentlemen were elected Officers of tbe society for thp ensuing year, vis:— President—William Jessup. Vice Presidents— Garry Law, and Amherst Carp|nter. Co|responding See'y—Thomas Nicholson. , Recording See'y—Geo. Fuller. Treasurer—Isaac L. Post. Managers—Thomas Johnson, B. S. Bentley, William Main, Daniel Seaile, Geo. Walker, C. J|Cnrtis, and Nelson Tiffany. Thje following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That the Treasurer be required to collect all arrears due by the members of tbe Society for their annual subscriptions. ' Resolved, That the Constitution be So amended that the annual meeting for electing officers be held on Wednesday evening of first wedii of January Court instead of 2d Tuesday ofAhriL ~ I Resolved, That the society adjourn to meet on Wednesday evening o...

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

Boroatrh Ordinance.' \ (By Authority.) j • "Be it ordained, &c—That no ball playi6g be permitted or allowed in any of the pubfic streets or lanes within tbe limits of the Boydugh under the penalty of a sum not exceeding one dollar for the first offence, and a sujn not exceeding ten dollars for .each subsequent offence, to be recovered in the name of tfe Burgess—one half for the use of the Borough ind the other half for his'use who complains, with costs of suit, as debts of like amount aire by law recoverable.—Passed April 2d 1845.'? : —" And that it shall be the duty of the High Constable, to see that the first section jof, the said ordinance be enforced; by commencing 1 nits for said penalty as often as be knows ^of ny infraction of said ordinance—provided tljat said ordinance shall not be construed to prohibit playing upon thePnblie Square or.Grcen* Passed Apr. 11, 184G." ¦ { i The whole Weil »rc rejoicing lhi« ye»r lo think tliey h»»o got hold of ¦ Remedy now.that...

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

AarentB for the Democrat. 1 E. W. CAIsV&ui Buildings, .N. E. cornet of ThirdMnd Dock-sts., Philadelphia : j GEO. f RATI, 164 JV„sou Street, and— \ T. B. PALIER, 169, Nassdu-st.(Tribune Trading's,) New York. - i

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

WAfiikfrcs. —t-^—,—¦—i— pi ' MONTBOSE. ) NBW.YoRf. \ April 13. j April If), j Flow, 17 00 $6 25 Wheat, v 1 25 1 35 Rye, 62i 76 Corn, 56 52 Buckwheat, 37± , -r Oats, 36 46 Butter, 14 13 a 20 Eggs, 10 1& Dried Apples, 87J 1 Op Pork, per cwt., 8 00 9 Ip r Smoked Hams, per lb., 9 ljpi Potatoes, per bush., 37 J -j- " Beans, ' 88 ^8 Maple Sugar, 10 : -r

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

— . ^ ^^~~~~~~s»s — New Advertisements.: ^PRINeGOlM"" spring_ *phige4. • \T L SUTPHIN k COAave justrlcei «d via N. Y. & Erie Rail Road, tbe cheaheet lot of Spring and Summer Goods ever offisret in New Milford. Customers are respectfully a iked to call and examine for themselves, f . .. «„No cnarge for exhibiting. I April 20. 6 j ' -^ _^ i Notice to Horse Breeders. —' ARMERS in thfs vicinity who may *e nterested in improving the Breed of their Hon w, ure notified thnt a vervcelebrated full blow ed horse. » John Bell.' rJBdfcy the late Nfcho as Kiddle, and conMtK^by bim to be edual to any blood in the world, (having sold whin fi nr years old for i7.500)-has been sent \o he care of the subscribers in this county by lis present owner S. P. Headly Ksq., of Coium >ia county. He will be ready for public map «• lion by the latter part of this month, whet a more prticular description of ibe borse— lis pedigree Sic. will appear in the Bills, f ... . D. & L. 8EAHLE -Ap...

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

^IaLCOUM L\ OTICB is hereby given, that the Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, President Judge of 4th Judicial District of {Pennsylvania,. will hold a Special Court of Common Pleas, at tho Court House ia Montrose, in and for the County of Susquehanna, on Tuesday, "ihe I3fh day of June next, at lOo'cidcifiA. M. for tho trial of all causes therein depending of which all parties and persons interested will take notice and govern themselves'accordingly. ji J.BLANDING Protbonoiary Protbpnofhry's Office, ) MontrosejiApr. 10,1848.{'

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

List of Letters, REMAINING in the "Post Office at Montn^R/ Pa., April 1,1848. Allen Waiter Martin Otis P / Aldrich Albert Mungrin Lawrence/ Bowman Miss Caroline Murphey iMaihew S. v Mathews DavM ' Branson Philander McRiosttyfcnn V Baldwin Jonathan Mack Jonas / Bushnall t>a,vid Mory Giles C. Brewster Tjler Morse Levi P Barnes James . Owens Nancy Bunnel Elij-.ih Patrick Mis^ M L Bliss J H .? Polls John- -. Barker John'. . Payne N G Beebe Lemuel Plait S T Birge Willidm . PatCb'B L Babcock Thefon G Patrick Hehry L BlackmerAnthony Bobbins FA . Bedel Stephen - Rtissel Benjamin Bluto John i -Rogers Samuel St Cody .John | /Reed B II , ... Conrad Frederick Bobbins Cbas. K Crofbot James or' A- Richmond Edward mnnda ': ,' RusselI Jeremiah Crofoot George P.. Reardon William Clemons Miss Koto A Robbins Miss .Abigoil Gamfield Geo. O R. Deans Miss Margaret J Stebbins Sally Dean* John Jr. : Sullivan Thomas Davis William ' Stuart Daniel ' Davis John W Smith William EveraOwenl Shearer Revd...

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

WW YORK & ERIE HAIL ROAD 1 THROUGH T0_P0Rf JERVIS. THE subscribers are receiving a large addition to their stock of goods which having been purchased at this seisin, when good a in market are very low, are determined to sell a little cheaper than the cheapest. Thankful for the libera! patronage heretofore bestowedTon us, we :ordial!y invite our friends andithe public gen -rally to- call and see us., F. B.JCHANDLER, Rj Ci SIMPSON, E W. ROSE.

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

GROCERIES—Loaf, Crushed end Brown Sugar. Tea of a [variety ot qualities andSrery cheap. Coffee from 0 to 121-2 cts, per pound. Cassia, Peppir, Spice, Saleratus, &c. j - ' F. B. C. & C6. : 1E00KS & STATIONERY. A large itock of Rooks & Siatfonery, Fancy Bookai Envelopes, Qards & Pens, Blank Books, School BookSrWhtinp and Wrapping Paper. s ; , . F. B. C, &. Co. IPVois^mr A NEW* assortment of Ploughs and Plough castings, including the most "ilcsii.i¦ ' patterns just received andlfor sate nt BingJipr:-ton prices, by H. BURRITT New Miftbrdi March 27. 1K48. "¦ #k#ki Boxes Glass virions sizesM holcsnlu ¦ "¦¦"^*r^_, retail. Stores, Tin wa^e in their usual variety, and selling very low. I , . ! F. B.. C. 4- C--' ¦! i ._ Administrator's IVotice. NOTICE is hereby &ivrn to nl! person" ?= debted lo tbe estate r.f Wm.'E. 4?e tt. dee'd, latebf Bridgewatel Township, to ,-.-.ii; immediateipayment, ondj all persons h>vv:.!-» claims aga...

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

~~~~g , : 1 OBITUARY. „ ! . .j. s. _ ' _. ' i - — r r Dun—In Bridgewater, on tbe 13th inst. | Doa. Zmdioh Dbass, pn4 of ihe first settlers m thb county, in tbo 78th yfear of bis ag^. In Gibson, on thelStb inst., Mr. Oskt Sjf"T, aged 65 years. [ In Liberty, on the 18tb inst., Mr. JosiaB Davis, a reyoiutionary soldier and pensioner, in the 92d year of his age. > l> t&* Binghamton papers.please copy| In Thomson, on the 14th nit., Miss^abah Jane Ciianw.R«, aged 16-ycars. | In Harforfl, on tbe 17th fret., ofsbipffever Mrs. BwoHAif, consort of the late Ipmuel Bingham, deceased, aged 35 years. { This -indeed an afflictive stroke of ftondene*. But a few weep* since the hnsBand of the deceased was "gftnered to bis fitters' from tbe saiie d_aaae; a Iftde later, a |angbter of somo six or seven suiniiiers was slso taken, and'now. at last, death has remofed the vife and| mother to tnat bourne wber| "tbe wicked oea*e from-trebling and thes weary araat rest," leaying st...

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

I ^ In Spencer, Twga Co., N. Y1( on the lOthjpnst., , by Rev. G, K. eiark.Mr t J. G. SabiH, and i Miss Matilda A. FiKtPg, all of Spencer, j

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

Tiffi FARMER'S COLBMN Tho following extracts of a letter in tbe April number of tbe| Cultivator descriptive of tho farm-work of $5. Phinney of Lexington, Mass., will be interesting to our readers. Manufactcre |r Manure.—It will be readily conceived tbft a farmer of Mr. Phinney' s skill employs jfcvery means the farm affords for making njanure, tbe necessity and value of an abundant supply of which, to successful and profitable farming, he fully appre ciates, t A stock of 60 to 70 head of cattle is stabled most of the time, ni$ht and day, in tbe winter, and tho manure is thrown into cellars underneath, tho bottoms jpf which ore covered with peat mud, 2 or 3 feet deep, in order to absorb all the liquids from |he manure. Tho floor upon which the cattle £tand, is four'or five inches higher than tbe passage behind, and tho planks are jnst long enough for them to stand or lie' down comfortably, which keeps them perfectly clean. Immediately behind them, is a trench> sorao 12...

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

Seeding Grass Lands. EDITORS cultivator—Having travelerj over a considerable portion of the southern section of Michigan the past season, I was led to notice in' particular, the general barren appearance of the larfd, excepting such as was cpvered with cultivated crops. In many plaices tbe field next adjoining a luxuriant crop of wheat, would be coTored with thistles and briars. Inline, it seemed to me as if many of the farmers determined to run a race to see who should first succeed in running down tbeir land. *, Wheat each alternate year being taken from the soil without an -ounce of grass seed ever being sown, or if sown, only in the most sparine manner, from 2;!to 4 quarts being thought jMsfficient for an aoie of ground. The conse-. ounce of this mod* -of management is such, that land which has 1-not been more than twelve years cleared from its primitive forest, has, if not ran out, beeorne at least thoroughly run down." ii . Now I would sa|, that from observations made ...

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

i ; | UEtXTH—IIE4_TII. THBMaVr ErrECTUAI. of all known kemedjes I)r; jpRAKE'S PANACEA |, TUB OSI.JT RADICAL CUES SDR C£>N SUMPTION! ! It ALSO'lBMOVr-S AMD reEM»«IEl«TLr COBKS tU DISC1-ses'iiiisiNO nan an ihtves btatb or the' blood Vie : Se|ofuls <3r Kingls Evil. RhcomatisuvObelinaU CuUpMus Eruptions, Pimples on the face. Blotch's, •Bitcsjchroii'icSore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, .. SrsQ Head, Enlargement _ Pain of llio Bones Si Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symp. loins,'Sciatica or Lumbago, diacascauria. :ih|j from an injurious use of MercWry, :I)rnpsey, Exposure or Imprudence in \ . || life; also,ChrouicConstitutional N\ ' •[ disorders. InHJijs medicine several innocent but very potent arliclesNpf the vegilable kingdom are united, forming a contplond entirely difierent in its character and propertifs fVom an» other preparation, and unrivalled in its'operation on the svstem wlien laboring under disease.il It'shoujiT be in llie hands of every person, who, |;yi bu...

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

SALAMANDER,FIRE&THIEF PR00FCHES|, Firt-Prorf Doors for Banks tnd Stores, Sealahd Lelter-coptiing Presses, Patent StateWinerJ Refrigerators, Water filler^ patent portable Water Closets, intended for the sick end an Jim. ii ¦ - . h ,. - J EyAKS * W^.TSQBs', : 76 BOT3TH THIKD STJJFET, j (orPJ.ITS T|IE FB1LADELFHIA EJSCIUJH5K.) f MANUFACTURE and keep constantly ;pn hand, a |arge assortment of the above tir-Itides, lopelher with their Patent Improved; Salamander Fire-Proof Safes, wl-ich are| so constructed ns to set tu rest nil-manner} of doubt as to their being strictly.fire-proof, dnd : that they will resist the fire-ol>ony building.— ' The outside enses of these Sifeg are mndet of boiler iron, llie. inoiitecase of sonpslone, andtbe-. I tween the outer case and inner case is a spjace ot some three inches Uur.k.and 1$ filled in With ' indeslructible rnaleriul.sous loriinke it an ani ¦ possibility lo burn bny of lhevContents ina:de j of this Chest. : These Snnpstone} Snl...

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

TOE GREAT REM A' b FORESTS. Sra©.?© & ©&2r©@,ffi)S$ PHYSANTHROPIC PILLS. X HE Proprietors take this method of making k.nowrl to ihe world llio mosl valjablc and im. porlanl discovery ever recorded in tho history of medicine. In testing by elicmieal experiment, the medicinal properties of. a raje plant, which; grows along the banks of the Wopscpinicon River, in Iowa, they dis covered that il possessed a healing and restoring pow er, vrHjeh, in their opinion, in combination with oilier remedies, the result of Ibcir medical researches, would render ilV : GBAKD CATDOLICOS for a eulFerjng^world. The rtme'djal power, of this plant wtrclestedxwith the least possible delay, and in hundreds of instances, they proved fully adequate to the complete end perfect removal of disease id any and every form, and it Is confidently believed lhal the remedy is destined lo produce an entire revolution in the medical world. Facts\ih their possession fully warrant them in making the, as...

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

WESTERN STEW YORK. \ ¦ COLLEGE OE HEALTHL 207BnaJnrtrs*t, Ba-alo, Iff.T. ] DR. G. C. VADGHN'S VEGETABL-LlTlIp «. TRIPTIG ADVERTISEMENT FOR 1847.-'• I Cans. I Saw, I Conqccebd.;" is most embhi li. cally the ease with this article. Disease hal ei er yielded to its most marvellous medical' power; — Wherever il has gone, and South America, Enfelai d, Canada, and the United Slate, bave proved.the|tri th of this statement, the above quotation in aslrorfg ¦ nd pithy scnlcnec, Icfl. the whole story. Invalids, lie principle upon wJiich you arc cured may not be |no rn tu you, but the result of a trial of.the article isfaal .-factory; you are restored, and the secret of th^c ire remains wiih the proprietor, Tho Medicine is $ c< mpound of 23 distinct vegetable agencies ;'cac|> ir dividual root has ils own particular, exclusive, mf}di< inat properly, eonflicting with no.other eomprAin — aeh root makes its own cure—and as a pcffec| c< m. bination, when taken into.thc...

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

¦ ..' Tn)» Atatt!*leaua Unproved nncMn TcBotabln fllcdlcinc. THESE Pills are-one bf the bent Medical .Compo|jnds in use nt tfee, present day.— As.a common family physic, for administration in all temporary complaints pf the stomach and bowels, beat! ache, colds, &c tbey may be fully depended upon, and a prompt use ohbetn. on the first appearance of indisposition will iQ. variably save much sickness. Tbey are pecu. Marly adapted lo all cases of weakness aqd gen. era) debility-r—any derangement of the system, and especially with females—and a steady, urj\ interrupted iise of them, in strict conformiiy with the dir|ciions will ver^' soon- restore the organs of th| stomach to their natural tone and action, nnd jregulate the , bowels, and renovate 'the whole system. > There is no disposition to) give fijitravagam commendations of them. NVbal is here stated, is.tlie resulteof actual experience with item] and that through a period qf fifteen years: I| is not supposed, or p...

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

New Adverti-ements. \ —_—___ _^ ^ r—' ~ \ DR. T^wi»JSE!»ip'S SA»SAI»A1»1_.E,A THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE IN THE ^ORLD. TUiserract i« rut up lo quart botll.>ji; llisill llraes cheaper, pleasantcr, nnj warraiil. it superior IO any r-ol.t. h eurrs dlsear-estrlthoul vomitlnj, purging, rlckcnlnf or ileWtlUUlnj the patient. i GREAT FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. Tlie preat beauty and BUpnHnriry ol-i(ji» ita^ictue orer an oilier If, wliilc it craiTicrKw (liwri<e» Iji^nvip-jrBt'-nthpbody. Il it od-of tbf very best Fall nod Winter mrillcines known; It not aitijf purifies tlie vrhnle ttymrtn, "Od rtrenptlicna tbe perwm. but ft Create* new, pi:rf and'rich blood; a power pOfMSfcd by no other rncalcioe. And In thi* lies lhr> great secret of Hi won drrtul iuccom. It ha^ pntfonrtcd wllliln the past two yeara mart tban 35-000 cares of ieven* ea*»* o( diabaa-; at leajt 7,-000 of these wtn-ceonsidnred incurable. Mprt than ^ 2.000 caars of Chronic Rheumatism; 3,000 ca-fs ojT&a...

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

FIRE! FIRE! !-.j THE subscriber, bavin'g been -nppoii tec Agent ofihe Lycomirig County sMuua Insurance Company for Susquehunnaiou nty is prepared to receive, applications f(ir i :isu ranee, ogaintt loss by fire, in nccordairce ¦ ritt the acts of incorporation arid Bye-laws; ol tbi company. . ¦ \ The great resources now possessed fby this company as being much thfe most extefisi\ e it Northern Pennsylvania, offer very strtjni inducements to all who wish to bo secjirel a gainst loss by fire, to become members. T ' ROBT. C. SIMPSON, Agen . Montrose, October 1st, 1847. i A Few Door* Eait of Pabslc AVENUE, ON TURNPtKE STREET, IS m. s. mm STORE 1 WHERE can be found the most exlen ivt assortment of GOODS in Tcw^— iqrj not only found but purchased as low and m tny articles lower than elsewhere—he has just replenished and added largely to his if on net stock. Dry Goods ns usual in variety Jnn j iri addiiion. Carpets, Rugm Window-SbabW Paper Hangipgs, etc. 1 GfiGOERIES. CROCKERY, IRdN STEEL...

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