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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

Ht(,H«,td klssi# 0r die.'? J obnlfli! BoB*i)fVifg|ubi^ h» written * letr tar to th^editor of ArKef'YoA^TVtowita, enh sou nirW the movement |nfavor of Mr Clay, Mr Bottanajs: .-¦;..- \.l ,.-. >r ¦ ¦ -"J »'mspers'.ne»'-ittni|i|nssitang On, ,T»f«; lotum* IFsiffcandidaU, (which I Utterly det y.'Y tie party is doomed to oertain( mevita-. ble and disiraeeful defeat and every man not wil ully bHod must nae it: i It ws« an ioaxcus-; aWibUnd^tosnpw^thatrromamillioi) and *¦< as^ to« ¦iHk* andjnihsif of free, inde» Mi dent ^hlfTeters ee«ls\ be wheeled into line «r< b*w^ rfe««tas^ fiMscsneflltf nrsu-* ffti£^' ft&mm (*m^'AmW :t-r. •»«r>STSS} 1? s->hy 34 $* i'-:-- •'¦¦•":' *,jJ .; .;, j. i ;f.—r~r 75 ~ . ' ' . scarcely lined their bin-feathers ih politics) for a candidate who had never! filled a civil; station, and who bad not for forty years, and perhaps in bis life,.given a; vote for min or measure; without experience or knowledge ofthe practica...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

MMttssf «T I** Cawmtjr CamaaatttM. A meeting of tile Democratic County Standing OommHtae will be held at the Hotel bf D. D. Warner on Stturday next, (Sent. 30th) at 2 o'clock P. M. A full and punctual attendance is very deeii*ble|ns important business will be before tbe meeting. The following gentlemen compose said Committee : J. H. Kmock, Harvey Tyler, Waller Ohnstead, Perrinl Wells, Jonas Carter, Thos. Johnson, David Thomas, Wm. J. Turrell, E, G. Wiffiamt, M. C- Tyler, John Blending, B. T. Stephens, Timethy Boyle, Amherst Carpenter, Justus Knanp. JsiH. DIMOCK, ChairvCn.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

fcmetnU! Te Work—Work—Wort! There is but little mere than a week intervening between this time and the County and State elections. Meanwhile what are Democrats doing to further the good cause and ensure triumph ? Are they prepared for the eontest ? Be assured that our Federal opponents have deep-laid plana to carry this election if possible. Whigs and Natives, and all factions are ^combined in the struggle for place and power. This combination must be met and throttled. Energetic organisation is therefore indispensably necessary. If the full Democratic vote is got out we have nothing to fear; but lukewarmness or inactivity en the part of our; friends may lead to the most disastrous results. Our enemy haaj already Mattered its secret circulars broad-cast, matured its plans, and is flushed with, high hopes of victory. These circulars, one of whioh has just been placed in onr hands, make it imperative upon every member of their party to be punctually at the polls and get everyone...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

i :::: Cetlitiei of Nitlviim and Whiggerr. I m. vvwrw i* jiMMnuixea fieni We have frequently before during the progress of the campaign, apprised our readers that en* of tbe most foul coalitions between tbe Whig-and Native American parties to defeat the Democracy of the. country, was in inctpieney and would finally be matured, thai ever was plotted by desperate and designing politicians. We have pointed to tbe fact that the present Federal candidate for tbe Presi dency, Znchary Taylor, was first nominated to that often by the Native Stata Conventior oif Pennsylvania, wbieh nomination be accepted intbemosteom^lacent-end grateftd manner, and was afterwards taken up and | metamorphosed into the jFkig nominee; toj the othei fact> that like Taylor, H7 *. F. Johnston wai also first nominated by the Natives; of Philadelphia tad their nomination ratified by th Whigs; and we now have it in our power U chronicle: tbe completion of the coalition, in tb< fill milswn) 'o€ ama...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

Remember Use laaute. It iji a fact which should be distinctly borne n mink by every Democratic vdrer'ef this dis-«ot,Ttbat tbe blow now aimed at Mr. Wilmot jy a few disorganizers, is a blow aimed at the Proviso—-is, in a word, a blow struck in ravoa >r Tnl sxteksios of blavxrt over tbe territoryijof New Mexico and California, Jonah Brewster, their candidate, is an out-and-out inti-proviso, pro-slavery man, which his abettors here will not compromise their small >laim| to veracity by plumply and squarely denying! while be is brought into the field by a net off men who, without a solitary known exception, are as hostile to tho principles of slavery [restriction as himself. These are facts which; challenge denial, and which we desire to impress upon the mind of every Proviso Democrat in tbe District. Remember this, and when solicited to vote for tbe bolter's candidate, pBrewster, tell him wbo'Tjesetayou that you ire for the prohibition of slavery in all/nee American...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

JaWfee Bs*water»»Fairai. Bg?» Will onr neighbor of We " Northern Democrat" tell us something about that Fa's* of Judge Brewster'9- Please exsmhw the chronicles/ijB™j»_ehanna and report—£rudford " Om ^^HL g^OurtBJoors of,the "Old Gosrff* are informed that we have made research among the, old records and tradition! of this county, as desired; but have not yet coveted 'our examination. We| jare, however, "on track" of the desired documents, ana* will communicate the ijequisite'ifacts toJthem in tin for their next issue, as well as propare and publish them for the inspection of pur own readen. We can assure Onr Bradford and Tioga friends that tho disclosures wo shall be enabled to make about that #net"ter will be anything lot comfortable to/be Judge; and his present coterie of parasites and betrayers. We skill give nothing but racts, which are said to he, and in this cite will 4e,> stubborn tbjpgs."- We regret the.,necessity for snch a talk, lit muebaameregret it on account...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

Later From EnroDe, The Acadia has arrived with seven days later advices. . The newsis of but litte moment. The steamer United* States, about which«»- sidorable apprehension was felt, is safe. She had proceeded on her retjirn trip as Sir as tie Sicily Islands, when an accident happening to her machinery, she was compelled te jut bKi to Southampton for repairs. 4 , Ireland and England are anuraslly quie). France is in rather a ferment, again, ht nothing seriou has transpired, nor. is it rtaU anticipated. -'; 1;--' '\'"~':s \ Lamartrne has published a defenee of binielfagamst the charges brought forward. Qw-Cavaignac has been compelled to deny tie intention of suppressing th* the Paris Cop^ti Honnd, Tbe^rn^^LvPris$tb», sumed their fierce attacks upon tbe gnverstmt ' ' TVlaiter'^wag^-.wat^afaiaat, the BejH^ is spite of Gen« Caveiguac'e deckrafi?? ^w would not allow the RepubEe to be i»r^eW' The Bbnap^tt^ts a|« poring bo* k ft* and the'dej^iw^t w^tb tb»viewef*»«»*i L>»iaiona...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

> F«f Preawemt, GEN. BEWIS CASS, a Ol SflCBlOAH. , ¦" GEN?WB. o!MTLER, .r Of.UWICKY. ¦ ¦ -^ . ——rttn flovBKHon, - MORRIS LONGSTRETH, - . or no^Taoinntv oowbtv. roa oa-VAii oomttMionaa, ¦> ISRAEL PAINTER, or waawseaau'rt coem. . r|t ooMoans, DAV|9 WILMOT. Ciu§v Nemlnationi. ton Kip&KSSHTATrVSS, ¦ AMITEL TACJfeABT, •fMMdlwtvwm, atOB»T B. LTtTlE, " Wyamilsn;. rba SRBBirr, C. M. CERE, • f sfTMklya. TOE #nOTBOHOTABY, r. M.WII,tliM« , s>fB»rlmgTtU«>. . roa aietltsa aud nacoann, C. IV aUU»W», «t* FiUiawTllle. , roa w>mii88io*aa, s>ATH» O. -ffcltslsTXI. arilbcHr. •iaooaoaaa, ; JOHJIBJaJal«,«rCUiR»r4. .-••• ¦¦ a <. \ fba AUPiToa, SB*. abTaYUDJWIS, «T Si usil Bnmi4

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

The CMstrsnrenr CsmtlmmeeVi . . . We surrender Ois week, much to our regret. a targe' portion off our paper to the correspon dence and quarre);in relation to the next member of Congress from this district. We say much to emreogret, not that we fear the interests of tbe party^and its regular nominee foi Congress will softer in the least from these numerous anonymous diatribes, but because, on the very threshh^d of an important election, State and National as we are, we fed that our columns might, ana ought to be, far more profitably employed, than in retailing incendiary trash, perversions; and lies, sucb as are only employed againsij Mr. Wilmot by men who should be vigorously in his support—and employed, too, for xtiiother purpose under heaven than to increase tfe chanoes of a Whig adversary and stimulate him to greater exertions. This object we boldly charged upon " a Demo crat" (who it seems from a communication which we print toj-Hay, was as bitterly opposed to Gsn. Jae...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

Sulfa. Conferees' Report fnlly Confirmed! The following scathing article is taken from the Bradford "Old Guard," a spirited campaign paper just started in Towanda by the friends of Cass,|Butler and Wilmot. One of its editors was ^conferee from that county, and therefore speaks by authority—speaks what he knows. It will be seen that the article fully, andin every particular corroborates the statement of the conferees from this county published by us last w|ck, and strips our bolting cotemporaries both here and in Tioga, of the last shadow or ¦ bred 'of exoose. Let it-be attentively read -. ' % .». '¦•( k Bogus Xomlnatlom.""--' s Wo|are informed that a few disaffected Democrats'i of Tioga county, having received "aid and comfort" from some of like kidney in this Borotjgh, have prevailed on Jonah Brewster of Wellsboro' to run as a candidate for Congress against Mr. Wilmot. We bad supposed that the lejiison which some men of Tioga received in Ih6, when they undertook to defeat the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

Read Ttala-Tote ITnderatandlns}ly. -We earnestly invoke the attention of every voter under whise eye this may come to tbe follow! ig able article which we; take from the Peons; lvanian. It portrays -Jn a clear and lucid i tanner the immense importance of tbe approi cbing election, and lodges the appeal to every roter's heart to weigh'well the issues it is ealc dated and designed by our political adverser es to terminate—to votb cndbrstandihglt NINE MILLIONS^ bf dollars and upwar Is of Bank capital to be treated during the c ming winter and scsttered broad-cast over t ie land, is truly a moiientous theme, anu ei ougb, thrice enough; io; startle the most stoica;, and arouse the mo*t*;lukewsrm to in-Vf^ig ition and immediate ^ action. But when .with t lis alarming fact we cOuple the idea that tbe pa rty now struggling, with 'Wm. F. John ston a; its bead to get into power, is the party of. Ba nks. Opposed to all limit! and restrictions in shi pe of. securities to the public, suc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

. a«»i^Bfnjjij niimtli.,: -j ^ AMLFsini Ma»«». as) aid and higte>> + ima#<&^&tt&* ys^ - ima«':^oftba ,!^(b| :<3^ %#&m&^*t^Mi9&& ^^ i terda>m^^^h» r^»*W Swr^r^^'-^ ;h.i!wwmii^. ;*dafMa^ li^^ai^a?^^

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

i: * - . ¦- '.-* ¦ L- .-^K — ' —'. i' ,—> 4 \ tWtte »SJe?uw,ll^y^^«.'• i" Ms£VH|srt ,fcnsj—^' . -{V?*- ! ' ^-"'^Wl'anppoeeToi^y^'^nowleJse n^ oblgntioit to youfor jaWisbitg my conmunieation of last week,%eh though load id oowa as itww with pettift*™ t^teriaU a ,d jbficJal denials,but I (ihnnffifcalMqch more ^bHged,11 confess, if there had been lew dsparture from those rules of etiquette which iljwkys goVem between editors and their corre !- pendente I hope my communications, in; f iture, may be given as they appear >upon jtl ie nunusenpt, and not in detached parts. , !'! The editorial^both preface and ^proration, I shall pass over as entirely to ridicuJons to me rit attention, excepting that paasage in whioh you. hare enlightened us with the definition >f a disorganizer.. Ton say a disorgtnixer is 01 ie that opposes a regularly nominated candidate, or, in other words, one that has been nominited in accordance with party usages. Admi ;- ting this to be corr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

.; .,.fartai "Da^iiikt. " '' ; "¦•«««« ttdBtga!ck«mm«e. '' I low forcibly does tho ifocjegoing expression »f i oertajn,ex-edhor upon Mce resuming the sha r editorial come np to' mind in the present »n est for member ofCenglresa! "iWen and thirgs change." Alaa 1 iftfl true—lamentably wd shantafuay so, in thu ease, at least. I y mind was carried kohWthisexpresaion ay 1 courting to the proceedings of the Demo-:ral ie oounty convention in IJannary, 1847, at nU h thefollowing resolati|ns reUtive to the BXfa nnonjof slavery were adopted with but one nh <try nay: . " ^ e*°^jd> TJ"tt whatever territory may be som [uered from Mexico, and formally annexed to<»e United States, shall botbe poUuted bv the tread jof a slave. !; j ' " Resolved, That the profriso offered in the Ho- ise of, Bepresentatives, lit the last session, by iut talented Bepresentativej, Hon. David Wi .mot. prohibiting Slaved* frdm being incorpon ted into any territory w^ich may be heresfte r acquir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

I —fflLaaaaias)—li JeasiU,oa Iba SSth ta£.iky H. ADm K.q.. Mr £¦ lausjtlcpou of VwtiljBroon. Co. N. T., to His* Ma mt Oasis, of fta litt auM plica. I ¦ JaoUia, Ba**, Slat, by BaeWsa Hill Stq, Mr Srt-Z? r'!'t9*'na.to MIm ItsaciLtA Nva. iuHt-0 «• Wa>sftaVH4Biiin E.^AaasiT.allof JaokaaB. b'* S^K****™*-«•-.|i.t;.oa theiStb u>st.>i Ba r. a. R| taaTar, Mr. tan sjaus, to Mlai Qlits C rii w, be*^^of 03p«MaT , THjm pa, H. t7^ 11J ^naissr. K.%U' me>Ji test, by Hie Rev. afc B" S,M^i?"* ¦ mc- ^ .Iteesbbm , raTte sfhw Cue |M^Tn^a.ar,«aaSM««SoJir ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

\: w^*m^^r^^Bb»»im^'V:'¦'''''¦¦'' -•¦' i-"S*f j,ff^ ¦ l J"."f",,,fB 3 , Oflb*famha»mCoaa^JjMeehMra bohtai atTMeanoas 4 th*. TUrf Turnip af A &,} ta The foifewtM gn>l—ia»4 taote tm ban a» PQlaud^U^fc^irfMaaaiaaM Jad<^ abdlavibV ^ ¦¦fliPVtawatasssst* M-wllf ' I WswU'«M Spriaa Wbaat-bl Saauaan. flaanal HaUaad^law tMHawtoy.-T' M . 9H?^ !»* Oaw-Ditoi Ttfaajr. I«wis BnHb. tal „.JIe!f ^-"•i-f'*1*"*' C** OamaH. aad WB nam Hiia.1: ;• ...)¦¦ ..-'¦. i- ¦?! "iJJ?^IW..*«^w-<»'f..B, aW;.«nvl» Qrifftog •adXchaJKamBiloBf ^ * " -'- 1 Cpwa, Jl.tf«,ibd:ctl,aW-B»phaB Braa4, Tbomu KicbolaaLaaii WUittaHudhw: ¦ ' '•' ; , 9!!* % *•"•-¦• * Byboock. WilUaat Haiklna aaJ9eo.f«{J0ushate.- - j .-; - . .< • Hoiaai^WiUiaaiWiid, UoawdSawta , sW Hathaw J. BherwoM. j i 8he«iH-Fradari(^ foatar. Abal Cuasdy, aad Fraoria Qainn. : J 8wine4-baiah liaiaa, Porrin Walla, aae Stepbao Baraom.' ¦ . , ' . Far dittrttinary Pnminvu. j Oa PoaJtry—Oaorga Foiieii, Wt,. D Uopa and Honry OardeaiVar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

^WM'.,'f;i;-.;is,.^..-Jg^.-'.-.J'^*^^ ^M^ I <k«!:iater>^ssrMr~iaias^ Taaobaroftaa Priakry linaiteTiaC UhimUrtmm^ ...^ »-i—.iHii^^iaM;^' - - j3l^T^™S»ra ¦ >*etssa.awparywBWfrsae .KlTBas«ssiK ofawsaaairaassrSsi aad ia a-aia^ tolaicira a B>5 gfaa? w*bJt,«*# .a^' Clasaia^aaml^BS ra^ aftb* stadSat. TbaattastfcwIa Ualtby aa4raalr<l an. '*:¥'] tat tro» wAay of taw bawpnitlnaa af.tow>s aad YBlagaa M TeraaaswrTatwiat-JBWaaks. "oaMarajItBglanBraaraaa,................as en 'Lath Oraaaaar awl Xaaaows , CbaaAery. PbJ. ^rty^^a,.to gle, arfstbatoie ,..........ao» £»"»• "ftO""* Criaaica aad Pfaerf......... S 00 11 to Uaasra. J, g. Palroaaat aaaT Al Wlekham Prf.Ba.rtla.,., -i - ; J^P^ ¦ T ""' Prla»d.»Ule, Bapjamb^. ,,8*8 .»-«•. Mrj8CA,V,AD0 8agarat6,t. awl 8 «*w. I-Mad now *«llingat . west's, Faahions for 1848, Jjba Omraa tba artiat pledgw Uiaealf to aaSebMora n*h, write better poetry, make a better aaaaaau ooat' enatsa, rector paste, thaaaay otbartallor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

CcHUMaoVioatioiis. ; |oWm»Biai)rifi - kvU Wllirii^legBa B Somliitloti. Ihavf road fitk other emotions than snrp^ « arwaaj ta ene tol^nrtBern Demo-^» r tteeamg tlW nominatientrf David Wil-&4£WJ^Wi&fol byinnendo, M eonroe of tie Owfmea fraoa -this eonnty, --yoin ted by tko late I^S^^mroiition. ItW^I »y. witeout stirpniw, b**an se I saw at a tingle%aMe, tnr>limaronte oif ha author, in Hj Baling periods and invohed parentheticalconelniBona. By the way—did hypocrisy ever spealrlin plain, straight-forward language* If it lid, the case never fell under my observation) The two prominent causes of complaint set forth by ** A democrat," are, a disregard of natty usages iajgiving Bradford eonnty a third term; and secondly, in selecting Mr. Wilmot, ttbo feels himo|lf eonstrained to carry out his principles in reiaroYteFRBii Soil., even to sustaining Martiu^an Boron for the Presidency-First—as to|the usage he speaks of: By whomwasites|a61ished? I answer—by the Democr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 28 September 1848

I Far tka Nartbcra Damerat. J Montrose, Sept. 27,184S. -• 1|b. 0. G. HiMMtiAD, Dear Sir—In looking over the two last numbers of your paper, I perceive gross and uncalled for attacks there madfe upon Hon. David Wilmot, our regularly nominated candidate for Congress, by some anony|ious traducer over the signature of " A Detfocrati" the object of which is to defeat Mr.jJWilmot's election, by dividing anddtatracting the party and thus allowing the old friends and| allies of the writer, the Wbigs, to elect their candidate.. I confess, that when I read tho [two miserable productions from tbe malignant and envious pen of a so called "Demo crat" I was greatly surprised—nay, astonished, that an attack so utterly vile'and groundless could have been made by any man, upon one so universally popular in this District not only, butiithronghont tho Country, as Mr. Wilmot. But; when I wm informed by common report whoH the writer of those contemptible articles was|my surprise was at an end; for...

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