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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

<•- ¦ *" ¦'¦'. ¦"'' ¦ rf'-rti1'' -?| I The ClKtitt CoivtBtion Wiled»« QnMli : -jj- -El I - ' -i- rioaioorEitikpftBaisay.i ; ^ \ -. sEvtaLBAts iifcr%*;" *-1. I MM fUflQJp.; j: * ajuurax OP THB AMSBiOA. I ' Through the kindness of a friend ^ we reeeivjea last evening a copy ofan Extra NTew York Tribune of Saturday evening contaitiing the following highly important intelligence from Europe, which we are enabled to, lay before |ur : readers in advance of our regular issue :—|. I Tho new Cunard Steamer America, Captiun I Judkins, reached this city about half-past «11 j tins morning, having made the passage frbm I Liverpool in a little less than|14 rdays. Ttl is .rumored that Louis Philipbe is.among tier passengers. ! :' ; •- f j The America brings seven days.later ad vibes * fri m Europe, an outline of which we give jj)6- low: | ; i The Prussian troops arc advancing into Hjolstein. Some skirmishes took^place1 on the jTth between the Danish troops and the Holstciners. The...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

The Liverpool Mail, a jbighly tempered ' 3ovcrnmejrit Itirgan, published jthe" following bitterftirado^against i&4* movemenU of* tho Cba|^sts|oii|liel5th, ( _ ;' Chief EfeBtt aid Topiei of the Week. Following -the example of the nations on th» Continent, we on this side thi Straits of Dover havo had our:demonstrations. The English Chartists and Irish Repealer* have demonstrated that theyj have more liberty than is pot. sessed by any Mother people in the world The Government has shown their power to cope with and punish disturbers of the public peace; and it has also been demonstrated that the loyal inhabitants of England are iu number fifteen to one of tbej dissatisfied. > -: _ We hope tho firebrands who have so long kept us in hot water will now permit ns to have a little rest preparatory to the application of our energies in a more profitable direction. They most by this time be perfectly convinced that, the middle classes are not with them in' their riotous incli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

' jjjigjr The heavy draw upon our"adver tising column? this week has lompelled us to curtail "bur usual quantity ef;Reading-matter, in'one sense, much-against oojr wpjhea/ in another, otherwise. ••-' ' ¦¦'¦¦ 4-' •¦

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

Afftlri in England. The following i* taken from a Iiondon letter, oF the 7th inst- brought by the Acadia : London is at this moment in a very agitated state. Every body is talking about the movements of the Charjjsts. The government, I am assured, is making|extraordinary military preparations. The/immense stock of guns, pistols, & swords, which have been kept at tho Tower, were yesterday distributed all over the metropolis. Tho bank, fCustom House. Exchange, Post Office, Somerset House, Gurtohall, Museum„-the Palaces, and public buildings, are filled with these weapons, of war. Several regiments -of troops are ordered immediately to London, and soldiers are to bo distributed at various points, having ball cartridges inabhndancc. These precautions are taken to prevent any disturbances.on Mimday next, the day appointed for a Chartist meeting on Keitriington Common. It is variously estimated that from 50,'- 000 to 500,000 persons will be present at that meeting.- The obje...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

New Advertisements. !______ , .; I Attention Troop! j X. Hj| Members of tf)e.Susq.ietyinnn Troop of; Cnvnl<|' nre hereby notified to ijieet althe ! h'ouse'|f Gen. D. D. Warner, in Montrose, on ' Mondd* irfe 8th day of Mny next, nt ten o'-! cjock A. M. arrned and rquipped as ihe law di-' reels far prrnile and drill. I By order of ihe Cap!., . ' I HORACE A. DEANS. Ord. Serg't. Apr|2Jth. 184S. P|0PLE'S L1IVE. ! i Chenango Canal. ! I Fare lied need lo Syracuic, tfllcn, Albany, 1 and Jiciv Vorb. JTX IK\1LY LINE of Packets has commenced runnirfjr from Bin^hnrnton lo HamiUon.' Leav. ! ing ea^b place daily (except Saturday?) nt 5' (^L-lix'^r-A. M.—connecting nl Hamilton n;ith i Uaily^loges for Syracuse, Uiicn. and nl Uiivn : with Qars and Packets to Albany ond New, York.^mnking the easiest and cheapest con-j veyunee to ilienbove places. ; | BATES OF FARE. ! Bincrliamton to Syracuse, &2 50, if' " tVUca, 2 50 If " Albany, 3 Ts! Jf " Sen York, 4 001 A If|iily Mail Stage (exc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

R. THAYER & L N. HAWfcEY Bp' rl1 ^C *^tv?I)RO^THI0 PHYSIGIANS, & StoRGEONS^Office at their ?h^ B.b1im?n MDw f'50 ^,,ree,• ««• d&" "W of hnJfSlJfF* week' »beretBey will be sChqtenaHxboM ^h faror MeC!li«p * Gcrtnon.r TlAGDERREOt^PB ROOMS. No 108 Portraiu from the amallest breaatain 10 the argest soe. singly or in groups. Yhfproprie! tors nre warranted in sayin/.hat tL" l"*k haa gamed a reputation secorul t0 nI„e i^he world. Extrncis from the Press—1 in S sliidtng^rS58 '0"'Ch"l f T correct ••The an has arrived at (treat pe,fecljori and none understand or practice i, hftter ban McClees&Germon."-BflWmore /,& er ,Dan "Adrn.rable- nothing can exceed'.!their exquisite delicacy.-_{/. s. Gazette f ¦EX r ™C", fr .um '^!e re Pnrt »f Ihe Judries, at the last fair of the Franklin Institute flbm-l! reotypes-in this department therelare fome .M1* •Peclnmn. in the cxhiljltion^ .he Jadg-e -lnok tb»y m a prngr4rsiTe improvement in this branch of the ait Thev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

Great United States Circitf! j., JSMBKAC1NO BT fAE THE .,'.:' - LAE«ES? TROUPE ever OBQANIZEI)^ ''/";! Consisting of ¦ ¦"' S^O Men and Hone* 1 And 12 Trained Shetland Ponies,; reouirioa 40 carriages to convey the Performers, Busicisna, &.C., will perform at Great Bend, Saturday 20lb, Montrose, Monday 32d, Bingbamlon ta& dara of May. ;!; ¦ ;' ./ This establishment will be distinguished bythe Magnificence of its Traveling Paraphernalia, and >he beauty and extent of ibe Stud of Horses.. The Procession will be preceded by 3 SPLENDID CHARIOTS' built with all the gorgeous magnificence of which modern art is capable, man expenditure hitherto una. quailed. The first is the QOLDENCHARI. O T, drawn by 30 Cream Colored Horses • Tna splendor nnd magnificence oftbis gorgeous and colUrrsn! carriage, bafileir description. The lengihofibc chariot is 39J leet six inches, il» rheigbt 18 feet. The charjot is appropriated lo the conveyiaJrice of the cele"braled ¦ • ' ' sew...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

speciabj mm. 1M OTICE is hereby given, that the HoA. Gee. W. Wpmlwurd, President Judge of 4tb Judicial DistncVof/yennsylvaniai will holda Bnecial Cdiirt of/gQmmon Pleas, at the Cotm H4usa in Montrose, in and for the County ^f StisonehHi>na. on Tuesday, tbe 13ifl day of June next, at 10 o'clock A. M. for tbe trial of all causes therein depending of which all partieaand persons interested: will take: notice and govern tbemseiveiaccordingly.j. ;. .: h/\-:.: v,.-^ ' r r J.BLANDING Proth6no«iry> * ProiHoriotory's Office] ~ ) ' ':'.;,: i; -'Montrose; Apr-16^1848. $ - ¦ £¦ \ Notice to Horse Breeders. F ARMERS in this vicinity who mij^^ teresied in improving the Breed of theirHorsas. are nocifieii that a verv7 celebrated full btaoM : hpm$?J$ii?BeU{ raised by^eJsWiHJolwlsji Bjdaicjfiind VonsSdered by ^Mmi^mb^- any' ol^ tj b^Wworid. (paying sold wb^feu years old for §7,500)—»as ^ oeea seqt to tk> coreoT[ tbi suba^rlbers; W'*W^«NiWjft%#Ws •." present owner S.r^Hea|»y^^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

• -|" —lELfflffiSaSED- y-In Mlntrose, on: the 28th nit., by Kev. A. ¦ Brdeks, Mr. James Johnston, of Pbiladel-§ hi| to Miss Scsan Shannon, of Harford, ina|. Co., Pa.! f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

I 0BITUABY. 1 : i ^ . DiBD#-In Lanesboro'; on the 30th ult., Fbancam!- She^hebb, wife of John M. Shepheif, in the 31st year of her age. On tb| 13th ultimo, at his late residence in Briagewater, Dea. Zebolon Deans, in the 78A year of his age. ;, Forjy-three years since, with a vigorous constitution, and in the prime of life, Dea. D., one of thdifirst settlers of North-eastern Penn'a, locatojl himself amid what was then an almost unbrdien forest. Being obliged, with axe in handjio op^n for themselves a road, he and Ms family were a day travelling from tho Bend \o Fr|nkKn—6 or 7 miles; another in making /^heir jjVay to what is now tho village of Montrose, and a third in reaching tho place where ho ep#it the remainder of bis life. In common with flio few who, with him, chose this as the sccno|if their labor, lie endured the hardships, (Suffered the privations and experienced the pleasurable excitement incident, usually, to a pionee^ life in the wilderness. • j At [that time the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

^ _ , , tj , r THrottgli br D«T U«kt. "^~" «^-l^k •JUST-rep'^by Stisam d H|r« Poi rom New York, Prints, Zavmk Leghorn,*(ther Bonnets, £ibbohs%mv^ji^J)u wU, Gloves, Rosette Jjr other hair Combsjcuton Batting, alsc< Gents; LeghorniHats .-Shet ting ire. ire. which will be sojl )&L&$L L, for' cash or most kinds of barteFbl jf Montrose, Apnl 26th 1848 "* -—-— '¦'¦ ¦> i ¦ 0 Mar 1, »S48,uaUl further not c ™ vJf PASSENGERS^Leav. fa W-, xOKK from the foot of Duane St a| 7 o* clock P. M. rorPiermon, BlouveltviileJcii Tks. &f^'"g Va "ff'MQn «^R«^»Po.po ,roe Works Turners, Mpnroe, dx'ord Chesjer, Go. shen. New H«mplon. Midd eioVn, Huwfelts Oilsvillo, and Post Jebvis. i f vEaJFfZjj?* anA ''rtiernjftdfaie ploc*,!;avc PORT JERVIS „i 6 A. M], rjod 3 P. £ ( ,tl,_ villeat6S5 A. M.. and 3 35iP. M, &licd!e-M. ami 4 20 P. M., Chester,atr 7 i A. M;| at d 4 „n'P"A,'.Bag ?3 ^n nt tho Ti *K of thelowne'r." nnlrsai put m charge of the Sfo~sge Jfas' 'er^ Fifty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

TulTOiR'S MAIN We cppv {be following account of a crop of Corn anil mode of cnlture published more than twenty years ago, merely to show that a crop of over one hundred |>ushels per acre is'nothing new, but with a little extra exertion can be done even in the rugged hills in Susquehanna County. It is taken ff om the Cooperstown Journal, by tho JJibnrrosf Gazeette, in 1819.. " Wo are pledged jfco publish the mode of culture adopted by those who we're the successful candidates for premiums on corn, &c. at the late fair in this couuty; but upon examination of the papers on tni|' subject, could find but a very few instances |n which they had been so particular as to desiribo the whole process, and sjtiie of those were plot novel or extraordinary. However, to redeem our promise in part, we have selected the idescriptions given by Mr. Ho) dan' and Mr. Brightman, the former, having raised 125 bushels ajhd '26 quarts of corn to the acre, aiMl the latter 109 bushels and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

Culture of Potatoes & Indian Corn. Eds. Cultivator—In your last number, I notice an article on ihe prevention of tbe potato rot, and I think that by pursuing nearly tho same course for the Jiast four years, has been the means of savingjmy crop during that time. I generally plant gqjod si?ed potatoes, cut into ^wo or four pieces according to size ^-and plant two pieces in-a billjabout six inches apart. One of my neigbforg, the past season, planted the same kind tjhat I did, only they were small, about a fortnight before I did, and dug about throe weeks sifter. More than half of in his are unfit to eat, ^hile in mine not one a hundred is affected^ It is my opinion that the potato has become' | egenerated by using small .and unripe seed, t Also., an article^ entitled " fertility of the subsoil," where a person raised ears of corn 22 inches long, on soil jthat was raised from a well, reminds me of"so:no> timothy I saw growing on soil that was thmwgi out in digging a c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

Collecting Choice Seeds. As the Season p§r planting is fast approaching, the following i^emarks in regard lo the selection of seeds, which we copy from .tbo Boston Cultivator, will no=doubt be useful to many of our readers. " TbuJ-e is no way in which improvement can b$ made io agriculture, trt so smalljm espojbsej as!'.' cJle-.ting seeds of a superior variety of|veg.a ..J/jr*, tre'e« and scions of superior fruitgf ***[ ?-iperior -animals, It costs no nAsp to rjjiw 1 *-.r .;, ,.,• exci-lle; t variety, if we except tie t:arv,-=ti-!2 ;-.( 3 Tar^elfcrop to cultivate superif-r -r - - t..„,_, the'lb^sjtaninwa Jhan to attend to those of inlerior ijinds -wJ^B-i-ield 20 or ^8 per cent less. .There fc-a vast/difference in varieties of vegetables; in some I cases by the expense-of one dollar, in time or gtoriey, in getting.* superior Tinety, ¦there may? be ten or twelve dollars ad ded to the value of a crop on an acre of land; and a I'valuable cr^jp being Once obtained, perhaps it cart be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

HEALTH—IIEALTiil. TUB 510ST EFFECTUAl. of all KNOWS BBMEWES. D*. BRAKE'S PANACEA T"E om'* BADICAL CORE Ft)»! CONSUMPTION!! It Also REUOYCS AND'rBUllAMKNTLTCuBKi.AIJ.DISE*- SES ARISING FROM AN IUI-URE STATE Or. THE BLOOD Vir: Scrofula or King's Evil. RheomBlMm, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples on the face, Blotches, llilos, Clironic Sore Eyes, Ring VVorni or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement & Pain of tbo Bones & Joints. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symp. lom^. Sciatica or Lumbago, diseases ans. iiig from an injurious use of Mercury, ;• Dropscy, Exposure or Imprudence in life; also, Chrouic Constilulionai disorders. Iri this medicine loycral innocent but very potent articles of lhe vcgiUble kingdom aro united, forming a compound entirely different in its character and properties from any other preparation, and unrivalled in its operalion on lhe system when laboring under dWiso. It should be in the hands of every person, ivho; by business, or general course of l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

DR. INJWISSESD'S SARSAPARIWL.A. THE iSlOST EXTRAORDINARY MEDI-| CINE I>t THE WORLD. Tills nrtrmel i» i <" "P inqnart bottles: U Is six times clieaper, plfasnoier, and warrauud superior lo any snl.l. •« »«"» dursses «fllaoiil vomillns, pure1'*- sfckeBiBg ordcbtlltatins tlie GllEAi FALL AND WINTER MEDI-. j J - CINE. -The "real bt-nnty snd superiority ol tills mfdlclno over all other Ir, &bile it eradicates diseases It liivU<»ai'-» Uie'lKxIy. Ii WonenfOM veryjiesl fall and Winler urcdlclnra known; It riot only purifies the wtiolii tram, and streinjth«:ii* ihe pr-ison but II creates oew, pew and rich bio/id; a power posscsucd by no oilier illcdiciiie. And I" i|n» J1"* u>° S"-11' KCICl of lu won dertol suttcr*. It''«' p'rl'ormed wlthlit the pnsl two year more tjiajl 2;,CT~ i>iiw tMlseverc en—» 01 nwense ; at least 7s ISfiO oftlliSc werccntuidi-reil Incaroblc More Uian I 2,oti<hcascs of Clironlr. Rbconialboi; a'ffliO'CBsrs nf Dyspeps...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

I m WW hoods. •;, «l U|T received from New York and will be sold ftom 10to30percentleB8 Ibtri ever feefort},«fflerQd in ibis market. Grateful, for p«si lavori, I hope by fair dealing and,tou> prices to meri^tbe patronage of those who buy gpoat in tbU market. H. X, WEBB. J*"* "»U'CiJLllSI.;.'."~~ llialbagood Mtjacavadoat? en. !!#• do- do? Portorfco, :" tji " , MKI Jo.DoMbjereaneajoafift ", ; »t latere of ;, .Hu ?.WW$W&k$p.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

Salamander, Fire, and Tnler Froef Cn«»ta» Fire-Proif Doors for Banks and Stores, Seal and Lelter^opying Presses, Patent Slate-lined Rki frigeralors,* Water fillers, patent portable Water Closets, Intended lfor the tick and in firm. j !• EVAWS Ii WATSOS, 76 SOUTH THIIID STKFET, (OPPOIITE THE PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE.) MANUFACTURE and keep constantly on bund, a large assortment of the above articles, together with? their Patent Improved Salamander Fire-Prpof Safes, which are.so constructed ns to set at rest nil manner o( doubt as to their beitig strictly fire-proof, and that they will resist the fire of any building.— j The outside cases of {bese Safes nre made of boiler iron, the inside case of soarretone, and between the outer casefnnd inner case is a space of some three inchesithick. and isfil'ed in with [indestructible material,sops lomake il an inr j possibility to burn aqy off the contents inside I of this Cnest. These Soapstone SuUmanders we are prepared and dq:chal]enge lhe wor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

WESTERS .mBjif-'J^OBK t ' COLLEGE OF; ftfeALTH, 307 main atreat, BiaiBaJiei Xf. T> | DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S VEGETABLE LitH< )N. TRIPT1C ADVERTISEMENT FOR 184 r.— '•Ijfcaile.'I Saw, I Co««ob««d ;"'!».moat efopl alically lhe.case with this article. Disease baa sver yielded lo its most marvellous medical ppwc r.— Wherever it has gone, and South A'merica, Epgl >nd, Canada,.and the United Stales have proved tlie t ulh oftlils statement, the above quolatibpiin astr^ng and pithy sentence, tells the whole storv*; Invalios, t°e principle upon which you aro cured may notboika IWS lo you, but the result of a trial of tine' article fs si tisfaolory; you are restored, and the secret of the iure remains iviih the proprietor. Tim atedicino iaa t om. pound of 22 distinct vegetable agjsrjcics ; eaph i lidi. vidual root has its owo particular, vtclujivc, rfled cin. al properly, ooiiQic'ting with ho dlhfcr conirfour d—neh root makes its own curo--andfas a pcrfebt ( om. binalioii, wl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

FIRE! FlkE!!i THE sub.scrilier having! (been abpc inted Agent DftiioLyconiing i County; Mutual Insurance Company for I Susquehanna ct unty is prepared to receive applications ior insu risw, nsa'nsl l°ss by.firej. iji nccordabct with the acts ol incorporation and (Bye-la.wa >f lhe company. ' • I '.' . ' | Tho groat resources nQwJ, fidissesseA b r this company us being ;much the1 ; iriost esl|ns vo in Northern Pcnnsytvariia, 'efljeit very • sfro tg in* ducemenl* lo till who tiyisri jtp bo sccuied agttinst loss by fire, to become ^nfenibersf 'ROUT. C.-SlMPSON,4geit. Montrose, October ^st,| 1847.! I A Few Doom. East of Put^li: AVENUE, ON TURNf ifcfi STREE C, IS II, S. WIISOIS'S STOBEj! WHERE can be foonditho mos» tjjttt nsive ossortmeni of GpQfDSin Town -and not only found but purchased os low and nany ariiclen lower than elsewhefe^-lie haliu it repleniahed and added largely to hisj f rmer stock. Dry Goods na usual in variety, i nd in addition, Carpr tsj Ruga, VVindow-Shadt l...

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