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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 July 1848

HfyLMn-'-IlBAMM' THE MOST BPf ECTUAIr o/aHKNOWHB»MEDIB Db. DRAKE'S RAlNAOB^ •ask o«t.T aaotcat ipmi rb% CONSUMPTION** It also aiMOVts sua mfUHtxiLr Cwes iu. DisEi-r ses aatsuio feom *m mruaa far* •» |TH«¦ ¦V0 ?; Viz: Scrofola or Kinfs Evil. Rbeutnatisrh, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimplca ijn the fsce, Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring. Worm or Tetter, Scald Hlad, Enlargement &, fain of tho. Bones & Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Syrop. toma. Sciatica or Lumbago, diseasci arls. ihfj freni an injurious u3e of Mercury, Diiopsey, Eiposurt or Imprudence in life;. also, Chrouic constitutional disorders. In this medicine several innocent hut very potent articles of the veritable kingdom aro united, funning a compound entirely d'iSercnt in its character and properties from any other preparation, and unrivalled in its operation on tho system Iwnon laboring under disease. . It should be in the liands of every person, who by business, or general cojursc pf li...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 July 1848

¦ ti- . WcCae»«--jf-0«j«»»» ¦'•'!-.'• t DAGUERREOTYPE- RQOSJSi No.h 198: Cheahutstreet;sjnitli east-corner-of 8tb street,Philadelphia, ij ,'l ¦¦' ¦ ¦ .\*. S !'.- ¦¦¦ ,': Portraiu from the smalleat. brjeast piij. to trio largest sizei sioglyor'tn groups;.-; |The Proprie-i tors lire warranted ihliaying, tjhdt. thejr work: has gained! a reputaliiin aeconil trf none in the world. Extracts from the PreM.rr. « Life-like in the eipressfdn,dtaatej^ correct in theshadingA'-^Lafeer.' ' ' ' ''¦'¦'". '",'. ¦. . Z, "The art has arrijJed nV f>teat perfection, and none underataridiiir practiceiit betierthari McCleea & Gtstmm.'?^BdltimoTe;Irisi i .: " AdmirAble'l noth^g cati exceed their exquisite del[cacy.—U.\S. Gazette. I ' . ; : Extract from ihe rftort trf the fudges, rjt the. last fair of the FraHtfliri Initiiofe " Datjuer-. reotypes—in this departrhiht there arij bome very excellent specimens in'the Exhibition, and; - the Judges think th«y see ft prr>Bf«ss'v ^ in1 - pro...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

f EMS § THE " DEMOCRAT." j I » ¦—on nuu a«o fit" c'*« » *•*' ¦ ta »lv»nM. « «•» dollar. If mK P»W »n$*,hc.'''"1of«'* f™r- „ „., -nip, at No p»p«r dtfComltjiSW «niil arrearagci are paid, <»*I» « ItKoptfooofUM'.piiWM'cr- * » ' B>(«< •! AitvertUI-O '. Oo, Square, (wellf llnea, or lraa,) J UmojIom. f 1 Wj Kadi nbaequdH taKtltou, ; g 50 (tor Square, J motjiin, :t lt0 <* ** CinotinS| i^soo V»rty*a«rU<«^Prtiooa»iprw«»™4«ia«n»>, «7J» |

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

i$PETRY. iTIIE DKUVERS. info, a. wniTHBB. I A freer, manlier life than ours, j No son of t|U. is living— \ j Through heat and cold, and ran and showers, Still onwaW cheerily driving. But, see, tho lay is closing cool. The woodJ;iro dim before us, The white fo||of the wayside pool Is crecpinlfslowly o'er us. The night is filling; comrades mine, Our foot boto beasts are weary, And through won elms the tavern-sign * Invited ns pll to tarry. The landlordpeckons from his door, His bceehlo fire is glowing; These ample jb>rns with feed in store Are filled $ overflowing. From many aj'Sralley frowned across By brows of rugged mountains; From hill-sides where through spongy mass Gush out the river fountains; From qaiet form-fields, green and low. And brigbl with blooming clover; From vales it corn the wandering crow No richer lovers over j " ¦ 5? ¦* Day after darour way has been O'er manyfa hill and hollow ; By lake andjftrcain, by wood and glen, Our state!* drove we follow. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

' JIlfflSC^tLAtY, j; ; • J '' coqrtrrKY. !¦ ' ""? s by jrasr WESTESE. ' •: ' I • -: i [_ "¦ I " Kite, Kate] do come here,. I have eonietSin to tell jtfa. ! exclaimed Maty Evans,; to la yoint^' girl whd was standing jri tho midst M half a [dozen of her school companions, all bisily engaged in the laudable or never tiring occupation of talking treason against their tcacncrsf -F '¦¦¦ ,' i • - ) .'• Po ybirkoow, Kate,'" continued Mary, is tho^oung' lady summoned, joined her on the opposite side of the hall, "that I have just received a letter from mother and she wishes much:; very much, that you will honor oiu* house with your presence for tho next four weeks; You need not trouble yourself to make any objections," she added quickly, fancying site sa'w a doubtful answer on her friend's fade, "for I tell you it will do you no good. .1 insiit, yes, positively insist on your going. That tire shall neither of us be troubled.1 with innui, I promise you, for they tell mo that it is very ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

RALLY SLY |ASD 4.NSX IcKEii HUKEBOC'8 iKEPOEfT 05' BtTTEB. j ; I f ] ¦ • We copy the following fr0ni the' ^farmer's monthly Visiter, i Therelis a;good nigral conveyed in it, told iij a rich! vekjipf humo)1, that is capital. It is from tho'pen;.of S. B, Little, of tho'Merrimac, ^ N. H.[) Agricultural Socioty- I .j i': "¦ I •"' The beneficened of tho! Creator is manifest', in so disposing our tastes, - and sq adapting thesq to the varieties with wjnch wo fare surrounded, as to majke life a scene of enjoyment instead of a burden. It liniglii have hecn that necessary food would haVo been noisome, as it is sometimes to thji diseased stomach, hadit not pleased tboidreatir .to.have,it otherwise.-r-Brcad b the staffjof life, but butter isjgiven to make it slip do.wp easier, and with a better relish. But it dopehd^ something Ion who makes the butterj whethbr it answers4he pur pose. Butter majde in.;Joo; Bunker js family needs to be eaten! in the dark j then to mako it pass wpll, one ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

TBI jJJOCRAtej r ¦ • jfi -" iVyrii' • 0. 6. HBiP&TEiP, Edltar. j j | Momtrawe,.... .... Augvat S, 118*8. ¦ ¦ i j; ' ;:i For l*rcaldent, ft GEN. ifEWIS CASS, 1 o^michiqas. • ft !; | i it For Tlice Preside**, j J : GEN. WM. 0. WmXtF* ;\ 0»: KIHTCCKT. VOB OASjIL COMMISSIONER, IS^AE|Ll^INTE1l, Of Westmoreland County.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

Chmrt«i»iTa|tBtii leurttd to ipti>. The Taylor orgiri of this county last week really rea4;'like »ld times,*' particularly ihc. column, taken from come kindred print "away daMjmea** ," oeritfying to the moral character of iha '^NatioMl|81aughtcr House" candidate forthe ^Presidonoy;. These certificates of charactar from clergymen "living near by," or •aWtfcaaioted" with the subject, are stereotyped taaarta with the A^hig party, just before an imfertaut election, and as indispensable as the aitrtl^^uhahi.,. So common indeed have they t*«Oa*C*bM:Mb^d y in his senses would think; of aw amotion without them. In the necessity fortmai'boweverjwe cannot'hut regard them ai«x>>pat|mg1y unfortunate ; but whether the tmiafortan« consiaU in their universal bad luck in selecting- candidates, the lack of better men, or the peculiar taet of their opponents in erpbsfng blemishes |hat tell bad, are questions wjjtoh it might no$ be exactly magnanimous tq answer, and which we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

\l JJ^CmmytkmtiM! »ty. --'--; The Seoate Comwttc^i ««p*osaf*e biM, as W ift^ 3 H *§*&¥. i^^|^]abottt!7fcloek ! aft«r a; stormy atjugg je ofJl hoatt without *M»sa.: Tho followingiistH result of the ballot: . : Few—Messrs. Atchison, Atherton/Bwton, Berritn.Borlsnd.Breese, Bright, Bntler, Calhoun|ClayJoh, Davis,* of !$»»•,: Diekiiuwn, DouAsil|)wnsjPoote, Hainegao, Houston, Hunfer.^ohnson, of Ga., King, Lewis, MangungM»»oB| Phelpf/Ks«k, Sehastian, Spraence, Sturgfm, Turney, Westcott and Yulec— JVdys—Messrs. Allen, Badger, Baldwin, Bell, BridBury, Clarke, Corwin, Davis, of Mass., Daylon, Dix, Dodge, 'Felch, Fitx«rald, ;Grcen| Hale, Hamlin, Metcalf, Miller, Nilas, Undlrwood, Upham and Walker—22. "• i^oseftt-^Ieasrs. Cameron, Pcarcoand Webster.,; - a itl The Bammprc Clipper of Saturday contains an announcement in postscript, that tho same bill was taken up in the House on tho day previous, and Zatd on the table, by a vote of 112 to 9.7. This it says, "is equivalent to a r...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

"~ 1 A-««»lt»l*»^t:.,^fe ,- > Oaaatha.^fjt %*ti^m**mfr'* just d^Iopadi itiaif. ;;It M; will known] to our ^ e^l^^^ai^e^^^ the jrTnigj | ^ | bjM» »pjaa»!' !to'|'«^da*e|«, an agony jof i»apeBs|! , in- obn^ftdenca of the pegleotolfenlTayjkir, ta.roi^iojtd to tha> honor conferred upon him by the "National Slsughtor House^'l and some of them, (tho North* American among others,) have more than once intiinatedfiiat th* fault ^as chargeable solely npon Ca^ Johnsonjmi his subordinate^, ofthe P. 0. department. The fie^ Ibat ho was notified ofccially by the President of tho Convention be|ig ascertained, and also the fact that such n<Stigoation had not been reeaived\to what other conclusion but that the all-important "missivcf had been abstracted by the Chief of the Department, or his agents, could poor Wbiggiry arrive t \ To none,of course, and so summoning its usual boldness and effrontery, it proclaimed this surmise.to the world. - Meanwhile the following letter fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

Public Meeting. Uauy Matljrom new Yqrlc, to Montrose! The citizens of Montrose and the county generally,"who feel interested in the establishment of a Daily (Mail between Montrose and New York, will meet at tbe; Court House in Montrose, on Saturday evening tho 29th inst., for tho purpose of diBvisingimtjans, and'adopting measures to secure the/ attainment of this important object. A general attendance is requested. Wm. Jessup, S. S. Mulford, M. C. Tyler, John C. Truesdell, W.J. Mulford, B. S. Bentley, Rob't.C. Simpson, J. HJDimoek, Edw'd. W. Rose, Wm. J. Turrell, J. B. Salisbury, . Geo. V. Bentley, S. S. Grovcr, M. S. Wilson, A. Baldwin, Abel Turrell, F. B. Strcetcr, Horace Smith, M. Catlin, . N. Newton, Luther Catlin, J. Etheridgc, Franklin Frasier, G. Z. Dimock, „ Rasselas Searle, F. B. Chandler, Jonas Mack, T. P. StJohn,: I. N.Bullard, J. T. Birchard, Ira N. Hawley, J. K. Sexton, Sam'l. Sayro, E. S. Park, Wm. L. Post, Isaac L. Post, B. H. Mills, Amory N. Bullard, N. C. Wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

i "Tito ToIuntecTs. no rcceptionpt the Volunteers of the First Pennsylvania Regiment,! m thisj; eity on! Sunday last was on^:of'the ni'ost imposing demonstrations ever witnesscdj in Philadelphia. The number that returned to Pittsburgh with Col. Wynkoop was three huijdrcd and fifty—the original number wajs nine hundred1 ; to which iiust be added a small; reinforcement recruyed; 'during tho War. i ¦; i "'' j - •; j ' \ . Tho volunteer^! in iter procession wore generally young meti, apparently Ijetween! twenty and thirty years! if age- -many,bf them(had; serious, care wo^ countenances,'arid loblfftd as men might be supposed] to look; who had%ecn "through,the waf^"' pccaiiodally a ci^ittenance full bf life arid ani nation was,to bo seen, but on thb faces |of the ireater.portion vfp could plainly trace the lincsTleft by] hardships and perils and exposure. , I '"•..:' ';. , The meeting of the volunteers with tjieir relatives and friends, is said to have been Jvery af-, feeling—son...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

TSftSiii^^^^^^^^^ * r^f^^1 ^^^*^ * 4**n.od!c Oifffi1 MM** tholswldnuj' ih; for|G|| e|*iCBSs,'i in4k erinsylvania wffl kl #CW» ^4W0 u's'wtwSed politieW Berctofof fiebly attached to theeiuse of B? r??^^8,tor«- « »»"««, all tu f wdF4|ohnjldns between here and Lake E^ *prc tp|lcav%^s, nobody wouiaibc anv Z ^fcrSftl|e^ct-so little wcregeyZ!t ortrMttdwhlfe professing to be with ns. *" i ^ iheisirocjpaper Warns Christian Myers rf Clarion county, as ahother convert, gn,,''1 - mgittoibe true, wi 1-not tb'o foltowm/S ¦ ff^i ^if*^^ fricuds ^ are-ni(n0rth^cstcrnrJ, cnnsylvtt1i. k | PUc of ^.sin^rcportcdchange.^thc «^ .ben tnat have com^ over ia*thc'samc, ^. ^a^^^d^^i^^ ^ ¦^^^fr.^p^^^''^^ »d ln^«»i.d nnjonty. Wh* ViaUf.-ii.i.*-,.. il,*" • m.y put.H.h. i. they haTe Jotvs,'ftstW-JjSjfjJgg their e:pl»-ari«, M in if, from, fiuibVtfhind ftffT t«chtf..p»pUho* Wv«le,««J,UWS,^;™jJ aa4 yyO'jK Dea.otracy ffom lle^ttbttea,,-fciWi^iu wiwiwwii wnTO .,« (w, wm nK^ft'navfer «wf-Wia, mneelan*? witbotfrf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

The "Compromise" BUL The more we examine and reflect upon the late " compromise bfll,' (so called, ironically, we presume,) the more we detest it, and rejoice over its defeat. That it was a complete giving up of i everything to : the South—an unconditional surrender of New Mexico and California to Slavery propagandism,—no sane man now doubts. It is everything the Slave power wanted, or has demanded, and therefore not a compromise. Do you doubt this? We josk you to consider the position of the slave power, in connection with its! votes in the Senate jand the House. The Smith has, with perfect unanimity, asserted jthe right of slave-holders to carry their slaves to this new territory and hold them as slaves, and repeatedly and uniformly declared that nothing short of the acknowledgement of the right should receive! the sanction of Congress |if in their power to prof vent it. - With compromises" all her Statesmen have over and over again declared they have j done. Calboup, tho ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

arrivcuaixi Later From Europe, , Tho4tcnpMKr.pu.ed Btates. ew yorfeon'T^daJlast, bringm^five days later intefflgenoe from pain. ¦- \ Parts i£s still: quiet. Tho number of perwniarlitcd riomnumbers fpmvt*clve> tbirtteBthJ»a8ahdr |t is not yet determined what to do with them. | Tho expense of transportation would bo top| great- ¦ . •The sixth General has died of rounds received during theeinsurrection. • . ^ Cotton isIrm-^-markets rather improving. Another struggle is feared at Parisc*Tho distress among # middle, as well as the lower orders, exceeds belief. Bankruptcy-seems to be universal; "arid wh\t makes matters worse, there is no teHmg when a change for tho: better will take place. T The new'ConsHitution is still under discussion in tho National Assembly. M. Victor C<msiderant,.,a lfading associationist, replied with great force to M. Theirs on tho rights of labor. His speech has made a profound sen sation, s ,. , ;JX (Jabot, the |ommuni3t leader, has applied...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

, I: —H r-r-.. . j Important from Mexico. IJy our regular express trom Ubaricston, we have received the Charleston Courier one day in aidv&nee of the njail which contains three days later intelligenefe, by way of New Orleans, from th' if Capital of ^Mexico. Dates from the cityj of JjTexico are tjjj the 11th inst. An engagement lujd taken plsce between tbe government iroops ottmmanded by Bustamente, and thoinsurgents, nndcr the lead»of Paredes, iff which/.tho! formejltwas routed. The losaj of Paredcs|is sjatcd at. 27 kfflcd^nd 60 wounded Ju&ta is j*itt to be mortally wounded. The rpoda throughout the whole of Mexico are infettcd With robbers, who are plundering all katjeomt in tbojj way. Another arrival, bringing, two days later irif telligenbe, confirms Positively the above report!, and states that the insurgents will probably ovcrturn the government, and drive Herrera from pbier ajnd dissolve the existing authorities. < ;, ' . Bustamente is said to have...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

^faylor caaMt-;Cwr7; Ohf#t "'- AW big telegraphed tbe JNcw xork Tribune from Columbus, during the/Free Soil Convention, tiYat tbo WcstornReservo promised 13,-000 nmjority for the free sqil ticket, and that Ohio j& iuld ni>t tote for Taylor.', "Wo presume no one] in bis senses believes that Gen, Taylor can: carry Ohio. It is a Cass State easily so. Tho Democratic vote will be cut up and divided, ffi some counties, a majority of tho Whig vote, will bb cast for Cass and Butler—while tho Fojderal vote will be cast against Taylor BloodjHoands and all, and against those who have tic nerve to say they wffl even vote for him. \ ' Tho | Journal, the Taylor organ of this city, (and such an organ) fully gave up Ohio lost mgbt,|as gone, so far as Taylor is concerned. It completely backs water, and admits if Taylor is |elected it must bo without! Ohio. If Tayloc loses QHo, as he most assuredly will and NJrw York should go for Mr. Van Buren by a upion of the Whigs with tho bo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

Democratic County Convention. > Th| Democratic electors of Susquehanna Counly will.mcet in their several Election Districts! on Saturday tbo 19th of August, for the purpole of choosing Delegates to represent them jn the regular county Nominating Convention, to be held at tho Court House in Monttosc, on Monday Evening of Court week* (the 21st,) to put in nomination candidates for the v|rious County omefbto be supported by the Democracy at purjfcxt annnal October Election and to appointfSclegatcs to the 30th of August State Convention, to behcld'at Harrisbufg to put in nomination a candidate to be supported by the Democratic party for Governor to) fill the vacancy occasioned by tho rcsignatioijj of our worthy and deeply lamented Gov. Shcmj, since deceased. 1 bp following are the Township Committees who iJre requested to give sufficient notice of the election, and also to superintend it. Afylacon.—James McMahon, Edward Barton, Richard Collins, ^ Alburn.—Chester Adams, Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

¦ '"; |-i|- Tai'fcPlotwte. , ¦ • ' Yinunicsoaltw.jurtaaiKMr I»iiirvol«lKrfth«n i\ . llookipaoihttloIWbtow^ -;~. TbOteeyci so dee to nt! , r, '. .'" - ', ^ . -yJi . j ' • . J - Il«*,« ndlo!jwiw,t»W<)a» rti« I to nsn^urjr *»er <J«§j— {. ' *8«io b,,<'Jw*sth»- tticaesoft ejf, llyesrUiljrptihtoebeerJ. • - B^«"«<«l>r«»iJoBih«« lttaee ln«md affacttoo ajiveo-, j ! Tb« Qod lika mipd span tbtf'hce—Tbe lmpreavt gae tff heirin. iVtuMnhtpiltfor e.rtWy'goH ia.t!»e m«marjr i"f lh« put-,!! Uy (r tonN, aad tv« diyi oCeld—I'll love them to ibi laat : i i. T. I. iy We will jait hint »Biin tooijr n*ien mat pio. tore*. •• natural ¦• lifeV"mnd,.ir" pouiole, "far more beaa tiful." an take* by. Mr. 8ti«MTT,!,i»r tJ.t.i in hii ruoin over A. Turrell'* Sjore; jp thii Vill»|e. Koone h«»ing ieea bb pioturea can fait w admire Ibem. Episcopal Services/ The Bt. Iter. ALOS^O POTTKB.. D. D., Bithop of theUtoeaMflf Penpa^iyaaia, Willofeiata ioSoiqadiaaaa Conktjr u follow*:. ' ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 August 1848

OBITUARY, Diku—la Unioklyii. oo Tburaday July U, Uri. Bctb-TBia, wife of E I B Qoodrich, accd !«2 y»ara. LIST OF JURORS. - Prawn to serve at Augusi\\Term, 1848. ' -.i. .-. ORASD JCKOnS. Auburn.— John B. TJeardsley. JfyUgewaterv— Jeremiah Sleacham, tFilliam Chamberlin. < i Brooklyn.—Edwin Tifiany.i Choconut.—Edwin Parka, R. D. Pierronnet, David 8herer.v ! Forest Lake.—Orango Motv.'jr., Gibspn.—^Oliver Payne. Alden Williams. Gridt Bend.—Joseph DuBois, Reuben H. IJay^pd. ..." -i «ur/ordL—Gcorgu Leach, John Thatcher. Herrick.—Alrin Cuandlcril Jessiip.-^amcs rirurote,' jr. Jackson.—.1 una than Smith.. Middletown.—Joh' n Bradsbaw. New Milford.—Lemuel JM.-, Green, Willbm Harding. Rush.—George Devine, Hiram Dewers. Silver Lake.—Isaac Howard, Dennis Mc-Dotaaldi TBAVERSE JCIlOiBS. ^ First Week), Apolaeon. —Howard Kimbjc. Auburn.—Samuel B. Howird, John McLcod-> .*¦... . - ! J5rn^ealaf<T^GcorgeTBaekus, E. G. Babcock; Joseph Mooney. Brooklyn.—Stephen \V*. Breed. Cliffo...

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