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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

THE PARMER'S (!QL11N. Tionl the Paenanlvania CaWvator.' • '. ¦ UDiinj Polity 8wnil li the Fall, aid tot ii <vl:(5 >i' it the Sprfaag. '. '.""., . |"'.';";"'' Miesas. JEditobs:—One fact, ithalbeen said, is worth an hundred theoretical arguinents. I have a facti to communicato about the growing of pouters, which I think!worth sohrething to myself; ind perhaps it may be also to my brother farmers. Let them Kir} , and try for ttemsdwa':!^.: .?'. ,. , . In thorim of;'1848,1tlitfrigU I worlld try an experiment to grow potatoes that should not rot, usi tj»y hadj>rerionsly done wfth mo and my neiAj^^^-ojeeatTed to me that greentma»uw^^i^iniahnt6 to produce tbe disease, ao Ijpetermined at a venturoto alter the usual pUii) of manuring for tho crop of this excellent and almost essential food of man. Instead of putting on long Trtantire in tbe green state pi fiae Spring, I concluded to pot it on my potlto ground in the Fall and plough it in. Thidtdid. In the spring, I...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

]j;j .>-,f?:; ..iittgtw^-jgg^gf i- -:.- -j-ii-.r | >i ,.-> !• BOWS H. IJkliSlJi I ¦' '-'l. lHrflifc3iass3»a A5©aass-1 n&jKflBR fi ^ 1^. waaTaasBwtlta Pat. ¦ -'I '¦ " [ - iUL-4. I ABELJfDERELL, i ¦„-.~i|,- - j; Dealer Inproga. Medtdaea, Painta, 0 k Dye-stnnY Chemicals. Perfamery.ataaa.ware. Btooj ware, Orocegea, Clocks, Wetchie, Jewelry, Mnsioa Instruments Stationery, Dry Sooda, Hardware, Tank n Notions, etc $*j at the O'dRtanrl of H. MitnhellA Co ,'aiontros* ; j BiTIlAYER;&LN.HAlirLEY, : BoTaNicfcHTDKOFATUicPHYliciias idd erjaoioas —Ofiee at their dwelling on Owego a net, one door west of the Baptist Meeting House—VV*I he at home Saturdays of each week, where4 they w 11 be happy tn •ait noon all those who may favor them sithaeall, o. z. Dmocs, ;- Pbtsicu* and Sgasco* laontroae. f s.—Osfce between rSalisbary's end Post's stores. i , CALEB WEEKS, Saddle, Harness. Trank, Valuta A W ilp maker end repairer, »A Shop two doors ahorethi" Democral ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

NEW GOODS, ! AT REDUCED PRICKS. HB TJH&ITT ia now offering a larger and mora exe tensive assortment of Goods than e ter haiettrfore. Having bought entirely for Catk, and.lari ely, he does not hesitate to aay that his selections are i uc£ aa cannot easily be beat, and wilt not fail to suit the moat <«m«ih; : His stock will include a large assortme it of ; a>A\a)aai» ©jBaoo o< !><D3>09 French and EagliahOinghama, Printed L >wns and Muslins. Do Lanes and Calicoes, in almost en£ lees variety of style, and cheaper than e-er. ; i laamer aanawrla—Etch Caabmern, f incy and plain Delanes. Straduias, Barrage and fancy ni t Shawls, end Cravats end Scarfs-of the latest styles, ai d cheap. ; Boa*its.—Florence and Bird's-eye btdd, fancy and .plain Straw, Lawn and common fancy Bo ineta, and rich Bihhooa and Flowers, of tbe newest style . :„ Hate A Caps—A large assortment Df fur napped, ^earl-colored For end Wool Bats, Genu Leghorn and fanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

;j! ; H£AI<TH<~-IlnSJa4T& ? klie most effectual of aUJmb1&, remedies : : DR. DRAKE'S PANACEA: ;* th« o'li iiDiciL cum rot Iconsumpinion!. It also removes and permanently cures all diseases aris jngfrom an impure state of the Blood, via: Scrofufafor Klog's evil, rheumatism, obstlnste cut «n«iua eruption's Pimples on the lacr, blotches, biles, chronic sore eyes. Blag .worm or tetter, scald head, enlargement and pain 6T the bones and joints, stubborn olcars-syphilitio symptoms, sciatieaor lumbago, diseases arising from an injurious use of Mercury, dropsy, exposure or imprudence ia life, also, chronic constitutional disorders. In this medicine several innocent but very potent srti dak of the vegetable kingdom are united, forming a compound entirely different in its character and properties from any other preparation and unrivalled in its operation on the system when laboring under disease. It should belin tbe hands of every person, who by business or gene...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

| ! WESTTEHN JNeW YOBB> • CqLLEGE OF HEALTH;, j i «07 nsUn>8tnrct, Buffalo, N. x*. DR. 6. C.\ VAUGHN'S*" Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture. rpiIIS celebrated remedy is ctmrtantly increaiiog lu X faiiie by tbe many cure* liii iliaking j AM. OVER THE WORLD. * It ha* now become the omit mciicin* for famil y mm, aixl U particularly recommended for ' ! DROPSY t nil tahces of thti complnlat Immediatelv relieved, do mat-> terbf tnw k)iig stiudiQe, See PamphUi far Uttimomtfi—Thlildiscose is as frightful, a- Ciioi.ERA, and the slow and dreadful progress of tbe malady, bloating the eyiUm to a degree wmclVrendcrs the patient ititeWy umabU to move, torra* one of itimo-t distressing features. | HITHERTO INeiTR ABLE, tt riOW yields to this remedy—end; Physicians use it publicly and privately with perfect success. Let any one Who hai bver bad a symptom of Dropsy, of any clmracter, keep this article by lUem and if they would avoid the Muaimrai i SUPPLICATION OF THE KNIFE, to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

^^Bm W^mm. '' 'aaaBaBaaE^^^K'^BB !' Dr. Towauenit' a Sarsaparllla. Wonilcr and Acstiilir of the'Age. Th» most extraordinary Metiicine in tbe World I This Extract is p; it up in'Quail Bottles: it it fix timet cheaper, pleasanter, cind warranted superior to any sold. It cu j« wiUvmt vomiting, . pur^intr. tic&ening or deMli'taitng the Palxeut. The great beautv son. superiority of this Sarsaparilla over all other medicines is, that while It eradicates tbe disease, it invigorates the i body. It is one of tbe very best Spring and Summer Medicines ever known; It not only purifies tbe whole- sjatem, and strpngthens the person, bat it crestes new. pare and rich blood: a power possessed by no other-medicine. And in this lies tbe grand secret of {tt! wonderful success. , It has performed withlu the last five yettjs, rnnro than 100,000 cares of severe esses pi disease: at least 15 OOq were considered incurable. It has: saved the lives of more than 5,000 children daring the two past se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

Important to Owners of 1^ piUow'sceleVrat^d Heave c«rc ' '¦ ¦ yJM^iLs 'C': ~$^j&*&A**imia.Li. grrrZf\m-- taioaishiDjg effect In FrtoniTJ aWa*1^/' Mt c^^iM&thelwtwwiT! .?? "tv^sf aLftV '•fow%"* vhaa been (orui75 snvwsVs&aaUaas tsioyeariperfdrhifagtheniij!? derfdi curias ever on record In this country. HantnbL tbe disease called the htaves has been regarded ssatT* curable malady, and thojasandl have Searched their aw bouse of facta; aud taxed theirjirjventlve genlaj faS* to find a 'remedy for.tbfjs alHidtioa. The greudsarfoW turn has at last been attained '.More than 2000 cssm^ heaves, 35W cases^fcbfoniccbbgbs and colds,liXaJeiL ufCatarrab and Nasal JFleet iSOO cases of AaWkwrf broncbial:tnbes and glajlds. D00 caaea of thick and br5« wind, and.8TOcue'sofllnflamatloa of tha laisTk!!: heen cured by this extraordinary remedy, ataeens2! ductionlothe0niteo Btatee.j , ^ .Dillow's Invaluable heave cure ia universally id-inM to be asurespecific IB jthese! for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

Six Tears Ago TH£ children begnn to cry for SbeAoan'i Loien|». 7%, tioiw warnoi Boloadot that time, but it hai kept fv creasing, evtr sibce. and now hlu become so real tail lb raoutbttpfibe little onci can Fcarcely be stopped. Dr She man sympathise* will, the llUIe Bafferers, and verynradi re-BruU Dial any of them f-houkl be disappointed. Knowmi Kk vast bfiiV-Ct w^iicb lias been cmilerred upoii UiecomiLunUi br tne introduction of liiginvalnable T AVolllI LOZK^CES, Lozcnces be made .is they have always been". In onfer tilt those \vl|o,dt-pend upon theriimay not bedisappointeiimttielr Impet*. lie knew when he commenced the manufaetnre of Hit* Worm Lozence* that tbey would rapersede thf use of every other veroitfujie, us the La/^nges is very plguaQt to jjje taste, sjieedy in iisiffucts, as well as certain ami iii«* qDiBiJiy requtfMi to ufft'eta ptrleri cure is very i-aiall. Thew prgperiiw*in runm-ctinu with theiaci that iliey are sold for2ii ceaif per box. thus |i|ftcfnp tliern In ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

The Grand Purgative, For the rare ,<>f Headache, Giddiness,UeaicU, Ea!i ItheuinfRheuuiatlBtn, Piles, Heartburn, Worms, DjTrpepjia, Scurvey, Cholera Morbus, SnmU Pox, J auTidice^ Coiigb, Quijf bey. pains "in the back whooping cough. Inward weakness, cnosumpiion,fitfi, palpitation ol the heart, liver complaiin,risiti|In the throat^rysipelaa,deafness, dropsy, asthma, ilcbiiipoftae skin, levers of all kinds, colds, gdut. gravel,'female rampJaimi, iieryoint complaints. And a varjery of other disease, aririaf from iinpuntles of the blood, arid destructions in the ortwaof digestion. __. t-* Exiircrience-haS'prpved that nearly "every Disease, originita fronuimjiuritics of the bioodor derangements of me dipstire' organs ;¦ nud to Secure health, we must remove tnoac obttrtictions or restore the blood to its natural state. The aversion to inking medicine Is most etfeciaaUy rnnowtt by CLICKEIVER'3 Vegetable Purgative Pills, being comptflti; •mreloped with a coating of pure white...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

"Let its Works Praise it." TOHBEY'S TJNIVErlSAL !OINTMENT.-A ¦» pleta; remedji. ffir Barna,! Bcaldi, 0«U, Brsln* Spraina, Sardlinpi, Salt BJionfn. Pilaa. Fever 8ota\ Chappqr] Hands, Sore Lips, Chill Mains, Scald Head, us all kinds of Inflamedisorei. 1 Persons in alLcoaditiana of Hfo are at all timet lisb'e W b*sfflicted with thn above complsicti. It ft tieftfeo tbe duty of beads of families to provide and «wp * hand, ready for any emergency! a remedy that iM»f* ble of removbg the tofToriDK attendant oa. tnesoVierj ,troot)lesotne compsnlons. Those who have nted \, Tonsey'g Vnlveraal Ointmcat, \ need not.r^j told that;it is a complete remedy, alpsrfeel master of pain, and the moat ap jedy remover of isru-MATion ever discovered, Tbej experience ofsadiptTtons le'sufficient to promote them to keen it alwuft <* hand, knowing that! many valuable lives and lis** have been saved, byi tola MioIcaL Cdsqohoi of laflamed and other soijea, huhis,' scaldt, io. io. ft »• stsntly stops sl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

TElISi# THE " DEMOCRAT." ' On Willi* im>ivrTT cikt* a year. In adnnee, 4r two wailara If sol paW *>MU tbe end of the year, or SubKription. No paper dUconiltiiifJ onill arrearages are paid, except at IktDfUon of tne poj^iiner. Batten •! Adwerllalnf. One Squire, (twclvfe Unci, or lesi ) 3 InaertioM, (1 00 Cadi Mbieqjent InKnion, •» <h» Square, 3 >>>tf»MMh r* " " • B mnttna, J „ lotlneM Canlt. dfiour lino or leo, » "J Teirir AdvertlteK lwho occupy not orer 4 iquarea,) 7 00 OneroMmn, cmeSeaS-, ' •""• jj-f oarr.fin> jjffiamnlcationa only will receive amotion

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

iUianiDV gjpagaT- niTTiDDio Kn enen nrnon is cm. auuu nvau ap """ ¦ ; Bt 1LICC. C. IK. . ! £.< _! > The pmndeik motto ol toe young—Write i||n tinea of gold Upon thy biivt and in thy mind Tbe lUrrlhg wordi unfold, And in miifcrtune'i dreary boor. Or fcrtoai'a proaperona gale, •Twill havaf; a holy, charming power—••There'* io inch word u fail." The nOor on' the ttormy lea, ' May eigb;fordiitantland; And bee afli fearleaa though he be, WUh theyjwere near the atrand: Bat when toe •torrn with angry breath, - 'Bring* lljjijtning, aleet and bail, Be dimha (he alippery maat and aingi, "There'* ho rach word a* fail." • The wearieij jatuderit bending o'er The tomea of other daya, . And dwelling on theirjnagio lore, For inapifation prayi: And thougn. With toil bia brain il weak, Hia brow:|i deadly pale, Tbe language of hia heart will (peak," "There'a no inch ward aa faiL" 1 - Tbe wily eftieaman benda hia knete. Before Fame'i glittering ¦brine; And would)!* humble anpplian...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

SCHEga' aLaLA.^"^. From GojMy'a Laoy*< Boak for Sepumbet. JESSIE HAMPTON. BY .KATE STJTHERIAKD. " What are»you doing here, miss 7 The young girl .thus addressed was sitting by a ccntre-taibje,' upon which .'stood a lamp, ' in & handsomely furnished drawing room. She kid aside the ^bok^ which sho was reading, and without making any reply, rose up quickly and retired. Two; tir three persons, members of the family, were prfesent. All observed the effect of Mrs. Freeman's words, yet no one had heard what was saidj,j Nor would they have been mrc that mrirj: than a requester sins service had bran madej but for the lady s §smark las '' the'girl left tiK| ronra. • "I might a|]well begin at once, and let Jessie know her place.'" " What diet yon say to her ma ?" asked a young lady, wbjo sat swinging herself in a large rocking chair.; I . . " I simply -asked her what sho was doing here." II ¦' " What did phe answer ?" " Nothinpi I The way in which I put the question full...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

The Mtan wfco iwiei the Seat. bt jobs w. o^rrca. In tquiet viUage, m tbe'soWiiatooY^li lneoticut, is a flourishing. IHvision of the Saw of Temperance. Much hasj been said a&oat it* mystericna mysteriee, and ^»ay »jr|uis4 Md storf has been told in relation te th* antics of a oartain goat said to be connected tberewrth. i It is said that in this qfri« villag tf iwltiea among othet»,ra eut^i Yank|e,jof. ar^aricabk ihgsnious turn of mind, wlie«,~fOfi 'im^iKggh blanceto the Pry familyVwle shatfnaiafr'Bwl. Now Paul took it into his bead to "etitaf »• gates of our Order" without riding: the>|oat. He therefore " looked arouod among maakind" for a green Son of Temperance—and haTiog fixed his mind npori a victiqi, he started in pur- - suit and found' his man. After exercising hit' numnhnr ineenuitv in a mariner " too tediow la mention," be found himself on the road hosae * tickled to pieces with the idea of being in possession of the mysterious I word which would unlock...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

1 THEiEMOCRir;! » IU il.11 ,...,... j,..-\ >. CfaffiMPSTEA^D, Editor. ¦ -¦¦ j ¦ 'I: Moatroae,. it.'.,...Septemlw* *, 1848; For President, ;• •' GENICE^IS CASS, f; • |6r, uichku*. ._ _ -.!. ¦ ¦ For VIceTrreaJdemt. ^ „,, ^ fifeN. WM. 0. BUTtElt, -*' "f- -. - -'tpi KBHTUOtt. '' i ;¦'/..- \ . fjoit aovxakoa, MORRif LONGSTRETH, or'aesTaoMUT comix. JOE oIsAK C0SMI88I05ER, ISRAEL PAINTER, OF Wk*T«OB«U»l lD COOBTT. Cointy Ntmimtieiu. ^_ TOK ffcWPRKSBNTATIVES, SAMUEL TACGART, of Hlddletown, ,',".,-•-". | " vTromiBf. . ¦ ' : •'" '' ¦ ' ¦ - ffrOR SIJERIFP, •"¦ - ' C. 31. OERE, of Brooklyn. ¦ ._ , - f;: . TOW PROTHONOTART, 1 r. M. WU41X4M9, orsprlnrvtlle. FOB RBSiSTEU ANn RECORDER, C. L. BROWJ*', of FrlendsTllle. ..„ ¦ . ,v- ' ¦ § —i— , • •: -J • ,i FOR COMMISSIONER, DAVID O. It'VRRELL of Liberty.' % —'•—¦ »ob cohoser, JOHIB l|AKER,of CIUTord. I |>OR auditor, GEO. BALDWIN, of Great Bend.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

tm 1^4-^^ |!M^^fM;IIW ".j WMajru from, the -je^maamm, s nis. Ae^||^^^[a^it^: ^b|g eandidi te fpr Governo^VM-ji^f«4 to "stump it" foi himself during tijjRppToapbing campaign. Hit fbst'voteTbegging effort was made in Phi adeli phia onSaturday evening lest^a drows ', im--beetle ef&rt it is. represented to Have bee i tool The Penn^vlvanian says it is given on; that hjisto yji« the cxiuirtios Of tBucks, 3 lerks] MrMnptol, fe:, imiediateTy; and r com; nyeads that he be followed by some of on best stumpers in those counties, not, as (Jen. Taylor said in his blood-hound letter, " to w irry" him, but «to find out whcrfr he may be fc wd" upon the great questions of the day. J One year ago'these same whigsweni into hysterics, almost, because Gov. Shunkadd ressed a meeting in Reading and another in I bilar delphia. Marvellous consistency: but let Johnston run. He will be overtaken and throttled. If he comes up here wo will guarantee to Grow his tracks for him, in aminner that wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

^ ^awa^^^S== .., ^ ...... :— i fien. Taylor fc f ree>SWl. S|i]f \ Thi last Baltimore CKp^.fTayror paper, devof|td to theprinciples of slaveSrpropagandism, idonUins a long letter from;|i corrcspondcnt'^ioihad just held an interview with Genr Taylfr, an $ heard him define hb<; position on the-Free Soil question. He says: "Speaking of the "free soil" movement in the n|rth, he espressscd fears teat it would be the alsorbing question in thejprescut canvass and d»grp>s alCotherVestionslH^ said that he co^srderBdtho "Misswnri compromi*' a fair :and liferal line for settling the slave question, and befwaii willing to see it adopted. Ho did not hSsitate to pronounco slavery an evil and blightfng in its effects upon the agricultural and commercial prosperity of the South. To this he attributed the decay of Virginia, and be thought it Vfould extend to other slave States. He sp^oke at some length on this point, and drew many of his illustrations from ancient histnrr.X...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

¦ ' ti B li»r the "Democrat." .. r* ' Il 9> L.i ^a!1 > rhAAli'-. flafinn^' .-« * • vjonsisienoy -row*.wwa~v-; -y«... jewel." ft is indeed a, jewel $ intnnsic worth, reflecting ! radiance far trapscending all the jewels.thit eyer (glistened fli the diadem of Earth's proudelt.potentate.j] And whether wo consider itsocmllyorpolUjcBlly.itfeibe.sariio, ever prompting its subject fy speak forth the language of candor and s^cerity, and " deal justly^' and honorably with]jthe'. opinions and reputations of othersa j]|-. ''':• I was led to these refleictions a few days since,,upeft'|pvjjwing auiajiide^in^be "Susquehanna -Regbter"; bearufg date November 10th, 1842, in whicli'the editor (the same pcrjson who now edits it) speculates upon "Presidential Demonstrations" in this wise: "The fact is, be (Gen. Cass) is too highminded honorable and independent a man, and too unobjectionablato the Whigs, to stand any chancewith the other party," What! Gon. Cass,;a high-minded, honora...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

Tiaeifext Governor. .' ,S.'. . . , . r. We have at length the pleasure or announcing to our readof s the name of tbe next Governor of Pennsylvania. Hon. Morris LojtojTatTH, tbe Montgomery county Farmer, pure patriot, arid Deftocrat in whom is no gtiile, eras nominated by the proper council of'the 'party.'at Harrislburg, on Thursday last, which nomination uodcr the circumstances and with wfc* vaaaimity ia which it was made, is everywhere regarded Is tantamount to his election. Entertaining, thfrefore; not tho sligbtesfdoiubt that it will be verified, we make tbe prediction that so sure as the day arrives, the third Tuesday of January next will witness tbe inaugtjration of Mobbis;1iong8tbeth. as Governor of ¦ this ¦ Commonwealth. It is needless j$ say here that this nomination perfectly accords with our own choice, ^ nd meets a hearty response from the entire mass of the Democracy|;,of Susquehanna county. jNo selection could hivd been better, ~ or more fntbusiastieally rerJeiV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

I | Tbe Whig Candidate. Ths Pennsvlvaman closes an able article | upon the brilliant prospects of the Democratic candidate for Governor with the following pungcot Onslaught upon bis antagonist: Buf if there could have been any doubt at i any time that such a result would follow tho decision of the Democratic Convention in favor iif anyifman, the choice of the Federal party of' William F. Johnston, as the Federal candidate for Governor, places the whole matter beyond the possibility of doubt, and clearly points to a victory! that will brighten our banners in October, worthy of the cause of tho country and tho Democratic party. Mr. Johnston , is the very embodiment of conservative Federalism. He was tbe author of the Relief law, and there is not i citizen of tbe State who will deny that that Wis a measure, equally corrupt in itself as it is' notorious it has been corrupting in its influences. Few politicians have been more inconsistent, and none more unscrupulous. He proved his ...

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