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

PJMSCEBTK TriuisDii morning, o.p $oel% We;bavo j^-been inlform^dUy one' of the ConfereesfrqrathUepttnty,tMt »t the Conference held yjesterday in Toil ada.HoJD.pivir> Wiijioitwi^nonuriateolliir Cengreisf« ;-thie Distriet^heJBradi^ Confcrefewae UDttqimously instrurtedfor r^|liioL . *j^w** feries^^frotnutliis ^ ounty.aAllitwMul^il"' ¦ and^llt^lie-^Iycandlnlit) ;presetit«j d"by the%flp: 6o^

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

i^-r^^w f I - ; Irrivaii 4>r the Hingsan. ~" rViMH* miffl ', TfttJ^t^ir L. Avmaot Af X#o__Ij. a. ^•"¦°j;-"* . m "*cugacr, („ i J)onoghmj:and Leyne—Affairs in JFVasce •;—Mvcavoe in Flour and Grain. \ The steamship Fiagara, frok Liverpool «m ;he 19th il)j.,^arrived at New aork on Thin, lay eveningjlast, with seven; djiys later newi. ; The cottdij: market is unphMnged since tha list steamer,^as for as regatjd^ prices bnttia d'pmandis heavy, large qnarititics being io.jhj - markets ' -K ]' j , ..- 'i - Flour has improved—having advanced fron I shiUingfbl8d, selling at^Oi to SpfM. The news in regard to aUjsarts ef^nierieaa pjrodnco is highly: favorable: I Wheat his idvanCed iff consequence <)f the u^prbpitious haivicsts and.the potato rot... • i' ¦[ i- ' ; Jhe Chartists-are again roaming demoMtiitioasin various parts of (|Mat Brfiain, aid tjiere is.atrong indications thai their priDdjl^ aye-gaining; ground througho|it the country. 1 | Paris still continues invjUrtate ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

THllTIETi AC6I1ST CuNTBHTIOM. Bali, op-tm House of Repbesestatives, ( Harrisburfr August SOtb, 1848. j This being the day fixed by the State Central Committee fpr the meeting of the Democratic Convention: to nominate a candidate for Governor, at 10 sfclock Mr. English, of Philadelphia, called the meeting to order, and o.n bis motion JAM|S C. MARSHALL, ofErie, was appointed Chairman for temporary organisation. |; On motion, ^ , . , -Fbakcis WuiliTON, of Philadelphia, John Kotr, of Lancaster, and Pbteb Stboheckeb, of Berks, were appointed Secretaries. On motion, the1 list of delegates was called over, and tho following gentleman answered to their names: T? f Senatorial Delegates. 1. Philadelphia city.—M. M'Nenny, Vincent L. Bradfordl? 2. Philadelphia county.—Francis Dimond, Wm. English and Jno. Stallman. 8. Montgomery. —Daniel Jacoby. 4. Chester anA\ Delaware.—Biter Boyer. 5. Berks. —Ws; Heidenrich. 6. Bucks.—Wm. Stevens. 7. Lancaster and Lebanon. —Rea.h Frazer and N. Ranch. ....

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

I „__JW12£*1* ~ ~f j Di.D-ln tnia VSllage jeateiSay,1 Mr. 8»moel Wji». ,IIU, a/?ed Oyeara. ' '. j fST*he furrer'aLwill be attended'tomorrow (Fridkyj ! afierrxmn a t a o'clock at the Baptiat Cborch. 1 I—-r- 1-< 1 : j ;. 1. I^ey AdvertiseyijBnts. i muiurs j i • a nouce. i A ^ LrTD*1 1,,, r?*t"Uo4e,1'K'butin,,0f'norii«l \J\_ intt» hand, df tbe AHra'^orrffiiaad Bennet, W j ui ouiq «-'<•• deceaaed, will prp.eiit tb»ir. claima at rav I. ffictu ur. g ,tnr, ,y iho aeveoth: day of.October next- at | two o clock P. M. or'be ther-.f^r barred fmm cmin( in i „p..n th^ •¦ id fotid. . FKANK&IN FHASEli I Montr«i(. P»ut- fi 11848. 36 4».i '! Noticp, "7" T j ALL P'"«™« indiobtHd to tbe eitate oMhe late n|ibert H Hr>a», df-ci, by note.contract, orotherw|«r, a-iu make rorundiate pajmeni therein to Edward W.. . llnte an.1 E . S Benijley, nr to JMiq Slmpion, and all rjer i | i.»rn ha»inP aheitp c<mtracM will dell»er the woolfaoi thoreoo to Mr. Simpnon at Silver L...

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

-- ^^BKa^^BBbw^^a^fail^BBBB^BwLV^' '. ' ^ GENF.RAT. KlLBt! FYOIV. .ii-- ] .l _«,-,_: .1 i | - ¦ , ,|.j, N porananceof an act of the GeneialAaaembly-of the tx)mmoo*.ealth of PenriaylvaniAe ntittod "AUAetr* uttog to the [Election* of tbiaOomr|bi wealth." approved iha aecond day pf July, Anorji Domini ma tnooaaidieight hundred and. thirty nine. > ' iT,^.ou i^ Nefc»»»C!.Wainier, Hlgrj ehenrnof>be coanty!«fria.qnel »Nn't. ia anfd Com. TlD I*^ ' Vk^ *!*• >*•• ft* W »eetora of the connw aforeiatAthat a-43*'neralBfelufe will hMtlsM SV. w?'^"ty *V5.""^h»«"«. on the SECOND 'TUBSDAY OF OCTOBEa n«M« baton the lOtn day of aaid month.) at which timeSjATi and i Jouarr Orriciaa aa followa, are to be eJcctedTto wit: One pereon to fill the office of Gov» i»o« ofthe Com. monwealth of Pennaylvanta,to BU tbe vacancy-occaaion ed by the death of Frenoia Hl Sbtink. One perion to fill the nffice of CaHat Co»u>ibaiaof tha Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. - One peraob to fill the ...

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

BA1A11! BAM*-!-. TTfU. M POS T 4 Cki. offer the tsjfance of their 8amj \\ °ier Guooa at Cost, which presents great iodeeei meota to purchasera '¦ i I StUnmer Coats & Pants at only! 6i each, alio the ' balance oIuuxLkuhorh and Strajiv Hats we wOlaail j "NEW STOVE, TIN, COPPER\l SHEET-IRON ESTABlISBMEin. ' WM. J. LYTLE ft Co. reapertfiny'lStc^trieekL zenaof Susquehanna county that they haveopaaV ed an establishment in Montrose, oheldoor north of avjrV Keelei's Hotel, where may be found h iargeassostssaait ¦ i, 0*\STOTi|s. .-;-- ¦¦ of tha latest and most approved patterns, alao a gsnanl astnrtmentof ¦ „ if'1' '"' " Tin, Copper & Sheet-Iron Ware, at wholesale and retail, all df which will oe sold ssroeeeV in'glvlowfor ready pay. Retailnrsisie spec'ally"tayUaal to givevna a call before purcbasjng.; jRepairing doass Oat the shortest notice and moat reasonable terms. ¦''""'-'¦'¦ Montrose. June 5,18'48. il .'. '-. r ;' liOOH. H¥aW.E\ I WILL sell Goods as low or losreTfdr...

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

NEW GOODS, AT KEDUCKU PRICES. H ' BUEEITI ia now offering a larger and snore ex-« tensive a^sortmentofGoods thauever heretofore: Having; bought entirely for Cash, and largely, ha does notbeauate toesjr that bis selections are amen aa eaniot -easily be beat, a£jjl will not fail to suit the moat difficalt, Bis stock will [Include x large assortment of. aiiieinBi* JDsass «<tws>s» TreaohatsdEngltsi tJingfaams, Printed Lawns aadafaav 4JM.J>f Lanes aaid Calicoes, in almoataodlaaa variety of wiy^ aaylolieaMrrthanB er. j - satBnaBerSha^a^&iobCashmsra,faB^ajad Bhlo Daaaaaa, StradlQas, Barrage and fancy aat Shawls, and, QaaaasaarlBrsrfs of tn« latest styles, aaa'casaap.s t] ¦ -aaMna^ritiraaoa and BW*srye hraid.aMajr Met pith Saw ar. Le«« and oommoa fancy Boaaata, and rich Blhacais aaa* flowers, ofthe pewaetstylos. "Ifcaa Jk'OM*—A:iarga asaorlaMet of far •appasj, r&mSU :fl3Taasl Wool Hate, QeWXe^Mrif Md faaa^TalaiXaa??J hv, and.Cloth, Val»J»V aaai tSf...

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

j j Andrews' Pain Killer. I De^th to Pain, relief to the sick, health to the weak. ! m uaim isjouna w tne wtwte tinman race, trj AHDRRIVB" P»IS KILLER,. I Ts" '* w,,lrclS' a Vecctable Compound, composed oftwenty-: J- Jive different Insredimts & Is an Internal Jr. external remedy I fortUe cure »rLour.hs-c<ild»-palns-nervi>us and sick heaaocbes. rheuWuan.cuts-spr ins-spinal affection*, «u nuier complaints' cboieramorbus-iootbaclw-erup ions,corns-pile,, rroieninruuur ;Mc*lds.asue In liiefncc and li east, chollc-hru es, loss of | appellte-Ceneral Uebi it,-, nstlima-ic. Pur up in buttles for I -2-4ai.dC ¦billinpi per bottle. | For further particuliirs see pamphlets to be hod or every atent graift, containing a titlcf hi«t..ry of the "rirau, discovery and eooUjeflects of Andrews' Pain Killer, ecrUfkalra of cure, dlrcc MotlS, flLC. ' LOOK OUT FOR FRAUD! „„21^!U ?,t 'b ^n, "u,cceMof Andrews' Pain Killer in removlnc causes tnatproducedeath of millions of our race, a...

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

Impdrtantto lOwneija oflw5 DlUow's celefirateai Bfeavaj caw __^JA. : WhV*.h«4b^, nWAiT^ afaTrHHOn. MtonfihiDg effect ia frsat'?* ! wWiliM* :¦»•*•**'¦»*I*«»bat». fcriJTS .""W"*^1 ^. ^WWPWRrwingtheatt! *• deridl cures iver op record in thfaf Coontry. HiSi^" the disease called the beaTeaHaaibaen regudadm^r* curableinalady, and tboOBandshivisa«sjrehedtbaZ' sb^' house of factsi and taxed theirinrMtlVagentas few?" to find a remedy for this afflicrlonj The greif deauS" j tumjhasatlastbeen attained. More tbejj snog^r* heaves. lS06"casea of chrtklccbnihjs and colds.\ynT!!* ofCatamth and Nasal'Fleet, lMOjcases ofAffeflJJ"; bronchial tubes, and glanda, 500 cases ofthick sadul f ind, and 80Ocaieaofinflamatloa of tha tauTS?' been cdred bythtsextraordinary remedy,smeenaEP ductiob in the.Unitetj States. | | ". T* "* »*»¦ DUlow'a invsjaable heave enrei fa aniversallv aakuaw tobe»„respe;cifib In'these fotrnldablo dii/issTiS all those who have testedits Tlrtai by a fair huTtSf eneominm,Bppn iu tBic...

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

Six Years Ago TUEciiildtenbi^nn to cry (br Sherman's Loienrei TV. I noise wns not ,oloud at that time, but it has kept Z I crea^iiiB eper since, and now baa become so rrtal tkat fls I nioptbs of the little ones can scarcely be stopped Dr gliet I man sympathise* with tbe little euHerers, and very mota re I erets that any of idem should be disappoint, d. Knowlailas vast beneiii which has beencoulerred upon the comaiaoiii h. tlio Introduction of bis invalualile ' ' ' AVUK.'I LoiKKGEH, l-ozenles he made ns they have nlwnys l«^n, in oratr tist tliosc who depend upon them may: not be disappointed m their hop™. Ho knew when he commenced the manufacture ot ihe Worm Lozenges that they wriuld supersede the tat ofer cry other vennifuge, aa tbe Loien|>ca is very pleassit to th, ta«le, speedy in Its effects, ns well.as certain anil Uw qnanUrr reipnred to effect a jiurfei:! cure is very small. Ttimnnmrties in connection with the met tljat they are sold la, Sums II per box. t|i<isp...

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

The JBrand iPurgative. F or the.cure i.f Headache, ¦ Stddinras, Mewlf, &]. Khcijin. RlR-unifiIism,rik-s. H.-artbum, Worms, DruejKit, ScanrevvL*ho!era Morhus. Small Cox, Jaundice, Cwtgta, ttuin-«*.v- |w>ns in ibe Imck niioopinjjiougfi, tnward wcatawi;concmnpiioif, fnp, lijlpitatinmo! the Hi-aVt, liver cnmpIainUriiliif to iliu tiiroat.erypipelas.rfeafuesi, dropsy, asthma, ttcbinpoftbt skin, ferem of all kinds, cdltls, eotit. gravel, femalr complilim, . hpi-voii* roinplainis. Anda variety of other diseases arliter pn.iniinjnim.es ofihe bipod, and! obsirucilons in tiie orfiniof dtljestinii. , ' Experience hns pmved'tliaLnfarly every Dlspas*, origiuta from im;niritics oftliehl<j-Ml «r derangements of ihe dijtesiiTB nryans ; ami tn i-vTAirv hi-alih', wt; must remove thoseobftntctions or rusiofe ihi» blottd to its natural state. Tliu aversion to takins medicine |a most flTfntually wraond by CLICK EN EIVS Vegetable Purgative Pills, brin« completer .nvdnped with a c...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

WF.MHOllll. Dejptn of Manure. Considerable disctusion is going on | in the papers relative to the proper, depth to bury mkhare.^ Sorfo assert tb»t its best parts decend, and, therefore, it should be but slightly «0Tered—whil| others maintain that neatly the Whole strengtl'becoming gaseous, rises j and it must, tbereforf, be buried denp. All this difference of opinion results from the attempt to make a rule that will apply to all circumstances. One farmer applies manure to the surface of a newly ploughed field late in the Spring, and narrows it in|LHot and dry weather follows, and being only; partially covered, much of ft csoapes in Yapo| and is wasted—the few light rains which ocfur are insufficient to wash much ofthe sotublelportions intd the soil, it never, reaches the rofcits of the crop, and consequently produces littlejor no effect. Again, he ploughs it deeper into;the soil, and the reverse in every respect tape* jilace. Hence he becomes thorongly mtisnedjjthat manure sho...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 7 September 1848

SWf. STOCK OF GOODS, At £ L. POST &. CCS. HAV1NU bottVhr. largely and wicfj cara, they do not hesitate toi^say there are few if«ny bettec ati^cks in *ni,s county, a&l as usual will ^be sold cheap as the -cheapest • ThanaTnl lor past patronage, we offer to our (riends a large lu£nf Broad, ClotbB, Kerseys. B-atJn Vludnga. plain and fancy Sinaoame. rich hl'k ana fi.rored ifiifcs, Qe Lams. Dress Lawns. Camfcrica. Bard and plain Swiss Maslinr, Tarlatoos, Linens. HdklsV Shawls, a; large aasnrtmenr. gammer Good* •ofenyTsriety, a ijn-ge stock of Bonnets. Flowers, Collars, Ribbons Friopnsj rTattrms, Laces and Edgiags, Parasols —best assortment in town. Cotton Bats, Wick, Cotton Yarn, and Carpet War,,, a good article and -cheap, a large qoautity of Sheetings cheap for cash. ' {> Crockery^ a lars;e stock of new styles, the greatest TSxiety in town, and will be sold tjheap. i Groccrleti, agocd aasortmeajr, aonsurtntr «l rtuirar. Teas, Ike, j Hard Ware, «f ad kinds a...

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

¦{¦. ¦ . ; gttflHirCT gaws. ~ : ! ' .' . ' 'il. . . , ¦ . ===== ¦' i * MU8 H. IsAIIE. . _. ffiiiii6aiiK»ffla &a>saa.fi-5-aa qjsijeib ¦ \ .j Sprtoa|»<rUlaFa, ,j i ..| iiBEL fUEBEIsL. !. t Dealer iniDruga, UadbriBaa. Paints, Oils, DyMtofls Cbamicala. Perfamery. Olasa-ware, Basal a arei, Qt(K* Htm, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Msair^ eetraratota Stationery, pry Ooods, Hard-wara, Yankee tOOaMi eta etc at the Q'rf Stand of Wj Mitchell ft Co. I ontrosa. Pa •" B.i,iHkYBR &L».UhWsEt, ' \ BoTARic sjt HiDBori-rmc Phtsici«ds as a Seaoioni —Office U! their dwelling on Oweao stre it, ooa door wast ofthe ! Baptist klesJng House-Will ba at borne SaMrdays ol each wees, where they will behapM to wart nrwn all those who may faror thsm wi h a call. G. Z. BCMOCK, — ,_ l Phtsicias and Subqeoh Montrose, Pa. -OBca between Salisbury's and Posr/a stores. " T1 CALEB WEEKS. Saddle; Barneas, Trent ValUe; * Wbt| makarand repairer, ic. Shop two doora abbretha' Damoerat' Office....

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

¦ BFi '*" H H^Ha«BBw^k _. . ' Br.: Townsejid'» ^arsaparilla. 1 »VonaVro>^B/c»jiiifro/<4e^S'e-] Th« most extraordiiary Mejlicme in tho wbrld! This Extract is put n^jn QnaH Bottles:- iijs six times cheaper, plcasantce), and tchrraiUhd superior to oinij sold. [ It cures wiiAptij rWiJi^, purging,}sickcnim or'debili- , . iaitnfy the Phtiei.t.\ i The great beautv ana saperibrityof this Sarsaparilla over aU other medicines is, that while it eradicates the disease, ItinTigorates t(ie bodyj. It is one of tbe very best Spring and Summer UedicTnes.eyer known j it not only purifies the wholetayatem^and strengthens the per son, but it creates new, pore.and rich blood; a power possessed by no other medicine. And in this lies the grand secret of its wonderful success.. It has; performed within tbe last five years, mofe than lOO.OfjO cores ol severe cases of disease!: at least 15 000 were,considered incurable.! It bas save$ the lives of more than 5,000 children during the two past s...

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

co^LlEdrE or; tJeIlth, 20T naln-Mrect^ Bntfilo, N. «. DR. G. C. VAJJOKN'S Vegetable | LilhoatripUc Mixture. TBI 3 celebrated remedy Is constantly increasing Its fainebj i the fnany cures It ia1 roaking AXL OVER THE MriORLD. Il has low bccoiue the ant* n^dicinc far /ossify nsc, and Is particularly recommendedjfbri . J DRbP^afti all stn ps ofithfs ^omntalnt IrArncdlately relieved, no mat1 ler of low long standing. Sit 1/ain^itet/ortestimnf. — This d iaeasrj is as frlahtful, ail CnnUKs, and the slow and dreailf al progress of the malady,. tUoitinf the system to a decree which renders the paiicnt utierl) aaaMs to wane, forms 3ne of Its most distressing jTeatures. IUTREBTO iNCURABLB, It, no* yields to this remedy-pania PbV«tc4aiu use it publicly o nd privately-wlmperfL^i nrteonm. Let any one who has e -ex h|i(l' a [syiQptom df Drapny, of'any character, liccp t it* article by thcin and If ,lUey;would- avoid the ¦»• ntUwr.tf \ t APPLICATION OF THE KNIFE* to per, oraUtht tyttem and tkt tf...

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

, "^SSS^^^^SS^SSS^. , Great Scotch Medicine! -THE EDIHBURG BLOOD PURIFIER. Abd OeaMh-Rcstorlns mixture. ;- , FOB TH« CDBK OF Consiimotlon. liver ceroplaint, Uldney aflectiona, dropsy. Bofofule. chronic, rheamatism, dyspepsia, general da hi Itv, want of energy,-female complaints, fover sores, Ulfjers, syphelis, bone diseasea. swelling of ((lands, Asthma,'cornpthumors.spinal affections, costrveriess, Rrvslpelaa, Inng complainta. bronchitis, coogKs. colds. Nervousness, strictares. piles, weakly children, lornbago, soar. Uerourial dls-ases. eta, and all dueasjis arHing from Impurities nf the Blond. Mettles j. f»at np In Large . A\inore remarkable hes'tn reatoring medicine, was never before discovered. This great compound is the resali of seven years nnremitine labor, research, and exo«rimen>, of that profound and scientific medical schollar Dr James Bosworth, M. D., professor in the E.hn borgilatedical Insutute. It has become the H uhjander's ontversal panacea;'he kedps it ...

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

PIOFLt'SUIM. Chenango >CturaI. ~ , c ,' r-r- * - Faro Reduced ia ^racu#4f-TJtlc«, Albaiar. and |few Kirk. A DAILY LINE of PackeMhal commenced raoBing Jt\jtt m Blnghamtod to Hamittori Leaving ,ich place daily (< acept 8etuMeys)'at5o;cicjj_k. A. at—omnectlDg at Han il ton with Daily StageafarlByraeasa, TJdca. and at TJtio i with Cars and PaeaeUtojUbany and Near Tork. making UiaaMlest and chests*conveyance to tha abova plaeaa. • ¦ ¦' " ' L. 8 - ' Bates ef rfre. BlH| rhakatoat t« asrracWM, | >2 go . '» Iftlca, ; | ¦ a no " Blew Vork, 4 00 A Diily Mail Stage (exeeptBojidays) tor Ihe above plaeaa. laairasat lOo'ciosKA-lM' Abu, an arxmuda tim St tea leasts three times a week—jjaodaya, Toeedays sj id Thursdays at l o'clock P. It—atbnnine nv.r TC L^wlj^r*«Bji»Tit4tii. »^SJ% a£ ht*t aw? i T' lh,i•b, *Tol*Hr Wt * !£J?B; ^"^irfltt lBU Hrital, aear Cal s^^MSaffif^:^^; • TStSte ifff ttii ' ATM:, 2^*t^?«^.^8^ J\. #Mpts*r*maj*a, Traaaaa akd OUabWan at Out UawpDr^aj^ Tsjl^at...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 14 September 1848

jplj^flffi'ff.-' . Fror»:Godey'a Ladv'a Book. \ TiBlfCHAfilC'S HOME. :] IT ID* nu. ft la a dreary wtaler'a cigh't-the now U fallinf fut; toi louder, loade^Jowithe wind u ithoaraely whittle* put; jl' the cbeorful llghttrom the workmu't hoffle ihinci oat among the glerira," Th* treVler* pt»i§jtbrooghth« itormljehold thepleaaantroom. And then Moaniithe clean awept hearth, who*e Bra doth bright); ^uo. i An aegw gn»P wilt* anxkraely the abaent one'* return; Tbcz ^ thffik the; Isemr their father's etep—their yoocg . hefirta boond feto glee—And the mother too** oo f milint; with the bibe open her knee. )¦ ~. " And now the lorjd one entere; hie broad and aturdy frame ^ Bend* low lor that" child'* kin who bean her mother** name; ¦¦{' And on the rotj rttatron hit loving glance now falla; The infant with it* prattling glee on iu father loudly calla 2 t He guet ronid the pleaaant room; bia boeom proudly •wella: :> The tear that tricKlei o'er bia cheek bia inward rapture tell*: '] "...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 14 September 1848

f 1 FAKIR'S COLUMN, j Butter for tlie Wavy, ! I received, a day or two since, the following; ! letter written by Mr. J. S. Hawley, of Bing-; ' hainton, which L endeavored to obtain previous • ! tojthe publication of the Transactions of the i !Nb'w York State Agricultural Society f»r l§47.'j The facts are important, and if anything were ; i wanting to make the proof complete, as to the i capability of a great portion of our state for supplying butter, that will stand the tost of tropical climates, the observations communicated' by Mr. Hawley are abundant. :-, b. p.j. ;-; Agricultural Rooms, ) JAlbany, Aug:'2d, 1848. j ;li" The idea that no butter made out of Orange county, will ' resist the action of tropical I climates and preserve its qualities for years,' is 1 a!)j utter absurdity. I think that not one third ¦ of|;tlie butter sold in market, as ' Orange coun- ti\' '3 made in that locality. That county has. ' during ten years past, sent out hundreds ofi . emigrants to tire co...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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