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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

UPPER CALIFORNIA: noasji ¦sshUissi ¦•amolr . | J BT J0HS CBAXLaS VaiWONT. (Cowftarurv.) | Coatt country north of the Say of San j Francisco.—Between the Sacramento valley and the coast, north of the bay of Pan; Francisco, the country is broken into mountain ridges and rolling hills, with many very fertile valleys, made by lakes and small streams. "In the Ulterior it is wooded, generally with oak, and immediately along the [ coast prevents open prairie lands, among heavily timbered forests, having a greater, variety of trees, and occasionally a larger growth tbaa the timbered region of the Sierra Nevada. In'some parts it is entirely covered, in areas of many miles, with a close growth of wild oats, to the exclusion of almost every other plant. In the latter pa t of June and beginning of July, we fonnd of June and beginning of Julywe fonnd , hen a rlimate sensibly different from that of the Sammento valley, a few miles east, being much cooler and moister. In clear weather, t...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

THE DEMOCRAT.- HOITROtB, r* I TliminaTj llimrrli »«. 1»4*. r7* Our thank* are due \1. ssr*. Sireetrr. Taj;- gwt, Mason and oilf". in lUrnsbiir.* for important document* nj- Tlit N. V- 4- K«» TtUgraph, we underr at and, i* completed and in operation to llones-¦tals from Ne* York. In a few da}*, therefore, we may expect to be wit In u Islam* distance of Ovlliain What! M«fe Patent M-d.ci... ". evdami* the nader to ho glanc.-* at ilu- op|>--u- W M* ¦ more Patent medicli.-*." Hut « «"•* wvAite-t in your ear Out wilhin the Ucsl few weeks wc vliall turn OIU of .».r column* -nn ituiiji l"V- 'hrec lime* the laisnot u- 1.0* |iil "•¦ Have p*li. nee ilierefore: .-iJull '«" uic..*rmth.- nt-re*;..!.- our present n.iouiiiy "l id*" .-*¦¦•_ ! .•f ^ l^ttiii.ii'f. The Coal Trade-The Tariff; t\V fin I in tie-' U"' r-li»i..lle Kinnoriiuii ihc proceeding of a " »• cling of Hit- foal Operator.-* of'hit tcj.oii, held at the Aiiit-tirati House, in thai Borough, on Fn'te) u..k, i.I.irli cont.uu ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

liave auliicveu anoiiutic New ¦ItainpMliIre Election. 1 he lh-niocml* jual r - rory in New llainpt-hire, whi'h n> cerlamly worth n¦cordin|| i( not crowing over, 'lluir uiiijorilj fot i their candidate fur (lotirnor is altoul 5000—!M)U!) emu since March l^t". In ih- 1st Cuitgri-mniial llistnci, Tuck, Free Soil Whig, is re-circled by a majority of about 100-In Ifl? hia majority was upward* 1300. In the id lh.trieirhas.il. Pcaslee, Democrat, Utre-eleet-•d by it majontj ol about 30011—alio a large gain. In the 3d l).»lnet. James Wilson, Taylor Abohliouikt, ib re-elecleil h) ahotil iWU plurality, havmjt lost some IdfH) vltiee ' 17. In the 4lb Uistnct the ttti iiincral.have Heeled Hon. Harry Hibbard hyn verj l-iri-e majority. Tim tit iidte I* nearly tinnuininusly DemocTulir —ihe I louse has b*i IHinor raiir majurity, dim) the I'rninctl I lVtitiwrat*, I Federalist. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

Only SMI The correspondent of I lie >. Y . Nun from « aan-Es>|., the Jd AattBtaiit Post Master (•rneral, by tbn New regime, says: '¦ Mr. Drown was the appointing officer of ihe Poet Office Departureiit, and among Ihe tnatcen iliousand Postmasters included in his range of power, but llin-c hundred were displaced during h» four year* of office for derelict hum, pohtira, and all other cause* put together. The order and eeonomj maintained ill the P. O Department by iu laic officer* under the pressure of the change to low pnalarre, and Ihe immense increase of mail routei in our new territories, are the st.Vpriae and-admira lion of their Hiceessorm. Tlie public has uevei mstlv Bppri-ciated the unliriiis energy and inlergil] I of V.x-P M. (ienerdl Johusnn in the e*lrn difftcul-1 lire of his powlinn dunnj his trim, hut the cabinet m aa prompt lo conf'-s* a high i-Miiinuti'm of hi* ser-1 OnlySUn rcinnial* in the Pool fMice Depart^ ment during Mr Potk'e Admuiisiralion! M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

•'4s>e>ot Ike Deaertere." I We heartily endorw- Ilu lullowiug remarks nf i die lMturM*Ui,au in rilni.u mil.*- dei.-i nun of the " seven" profetoed Ilenioemta who ha\ e nb.indoii' d their party and it* priori pi. *, and nlHliatid mill Whiggery eu the bant uueslioii. Such ftemneroM (') ought to be acarce, u* »t doubt not they f are. One of them, in pamcular, ' Mr. Little ha* sunk himself so low m the estimation of In* eon- { Btiluenle aa to be beneath pity or contempt, i Tub P*aura.A MwiumoH.nk.— Imumi*-*!.) Lusiliti, &.I.—When the Senate hill, t\tendin« the charter of tin* Bnuk wa* in the House, after a j long and sharp diacuswou, the prmnuoii* of Mr. Laird's Model Bunk Bill, embracing Ihc individual i hubihl) clau*-¦ mid oiliersilutary restru.ttons, were ¦ fusteuvd upon it. by the un amnion* i«te of the Democratic nu-mlum, Ingtiber with the votes ol , some Of the W hie*. Ttu» *"¦ l'"' nrtl Bank bill that passed Ihe I louse, und the »nt.- on it* final ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

Mr. Meredith's ComfMiimte. The Brst appointment by Mr Mei.-.tith. however due it may be t» the twn or ;'ir. gentlrmen whiiucci'isfullv'urpi rl hi> -' for the Treasury pi.rtlnlii.. wih i-, c'l |<i I ability be re-anK-d I13 P. usi^liu'iia ;i ¦ ncwi'i-nlt f" ,.'(-s 1" *' in.-" .WM -it rVrotarv ..!' Ireiisurv ! ^ l«> is hL. ' II. was ^pealier nl the Senate nf this Stale tinring the Buckshot War, ami fled inijl ri nis' ly from the popular wrath awakened by the 1 outrages planned by himself and his asaocifates. He espoused the infamous dnetrine : that a solemn majority was In be defied—[and an "election treated as if it had never :bcen held." In the whole record of political profligacy, nothing; equals that monstrous attempt against the sovereignty of the people. Mr. Penrose left the Di<m' oeratiD party under significant auspices in 1835. He it was that beaded the band of Senators who deserted to the Whigs on the ' bill to charter the Bank nf the United S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

Uat of Jmrora. I liruwn lo trnc oUlpril Term, hi*. it'nirtr to romwnre April Iftls.j Vubiirn—Ucorge Siebbni*. Kpnlaean—Asabel ttfaves, John Htckoy. Bronklt n—Kphraim K. Howe. " . Cbocnittii—Edward Burke, Jamea TroddVir> I'liSbrd—J. O. Cuddi-back, Hinlon Yarnngloti. Dirnwk—Dver I.ulhrop. fharlea Risley. Purest I*ke— Ijither Kelhun, Dyer Taj lor, John M Town. Franklin—!,cvi Summers. (ireal Bend—Isaac H. B. Rose, Fayette Trowllemck—Eira CarpenleiT G. W. P. Lakrn. Lenox—Adtim Miller, Allen M'Dauiel. Liberty—Daniel L. North. Silver Lake^John O'Day. Spnngvilte—Landers Lyniaiii Cyrus Warner. Auburn— Danielt'ocdey, Elisha Cogswell, Tho*. W James. Ilndircwater—Jcrciiiiah Brando, Alferd E. Cor-Kiii.Jnlin McCnltnm. BmoklMi—Nathan \!dneh, Horace Ijttle, Elisha B Mack. L'USbrd—Urn-u Tlwlrker.,. Uunock—Jainea I^ithrop, Jabei Giles, Jas. N. ndridge Fnendai j lie—Andrew J. Keys. liibson—Otis Stearns. (ireal Bend—Mihon Gilman, Aaron Thorn**, 1\ in D. Trowbndge. Humiitnv_Robt. M'Kurie.Mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

Tbe Vaury Lawi. < We are -le im-.I f see H-itflli- bill r.-, \ . it., .-hi !.. ¦- ,1Vm v., ,„ .... 1 . .1. , 1. ¦ t\. ij. t.r ;..i,\ i 1 ,. i.iti.- .1..-,;. I.-:, t..,. ,.¦ it. .1 « .m,....1 and 1 Ihh i I I., r !>..( llieU) lu-t ,iihh<- tiny do luiiit and rt-siiuiu the dtuiaudnot aoiiio cjp- ' italista. I We have often heard it contended that the repeal of the usury laws would really ,be a benefit to thu borrower as well as to , the lender, but wo have no faith In such arguments. UiiderilieprrsetitB}§tcni nearly the whole amount <it money loaned, is loaned at the legal rate of six per cent interest A small proportion, we grant, is loaned from niue to twenty-four pei cent, iwben money is scarce; but it is only a , small proportion. If the restriction were re-, moved, and the banks and piivate capitalists allowed to obtain the highest interest j they cutiId force tho bormwertn submit to, . the common rate of interest would probably j average tome nine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

Important ftom California. Th- N V. Tohiine of Frid.iy has the following 1 " cold in w*," for which il wu* indebted to a mer-1 c.iniih. lions.- in Teurl Slr.et. It is from a regular • '>rr.-'|K'iidi'tii mid ngrtit. nnd is pronounced re-San Frantiseo, Dee 1, 1948. 1 1'uiKMi : * * * * The prices obtained for got ds here are enormous.— Were I to i|iiole, il w uld imt be credited. Von will tn.d libit illy bavc hesid of the treat discovery of gold in the country, adis- •o\t-r\ ubicbis destined toproduco a greater excitement throiighoul the United States, if not tlirongl out, Kur^pe also, than any event which has happened for a centurv. Tbe amounts of gold oblained"re truly astonishing, and ihc iiuanlitiis every day broiiifht to this place cejiially so. Kvery article of loud ami necessity is of c.«iise vert high at the Mines. Flour has . ..-11 sold at ffl}> ihc Ih ; four quarts ef Wheat forti hi>r«vh»\<< brought 9X ; Boots, §7."i [.ei j alt ; Por...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

BtaltRMd Irmrn. ¦ •' The editor ol the Miners' Journal is nml' rind to re<civc orders for the supply . 1 = rial. ad i l.v Fngli-h establishments ,,, ¦?•:• ...i t m d.l».ii,l.le 11, New York. I'.i- 1 *>1- " *1 ' ¦ »" ll-ai, it can be mnr-uf.irtrrcd t". ; iu 'bis com.trv." x The ub-ve is an-tlit-i .ne of those atieui|>l" ot uhigein to make tbu present tariff odious with the people. But what shall we think of this federal croaking about ruined Iron Works, and the Injury the country is receiving from the importation of English railroad iron, when we remember that only a few years ago, Crittenden and Evans, gen Heme ti high in the whig ranks, and now looked to as very proper persons tn occupy a place in the cabinet of Gen. Taylor, made repeated efforts in Congress to nave English railroad iron admitted into the country free of duty, snd for this every whig Senator but Mr. Miller, of New Jersey voted ! So much for whig honesty. What if a few thousand tons more o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

Small Sebsrs. eMM Dwllmra. J nut at the moment that Labor ia rejoicing at tho prospect of an increase of the Iireciuus metals, by a coinage of gold dnlais—directed by Congress, in the hope, . that it would .protect tho people from loss, ! and secure lo'induatry its just reward—our ' State Legislature has determined upon neu; traliring tho benefits of the expected issue Will not tbe small notes baaed upon Bank, Credit, doubtless suggested by tbe eaxea;' public benefactor, effect the Interest of the j working classes in a still more disastrous( decree. 1 Ob, blessed Whig Policy 1 How eloquent; of. promise—how barren of porformaoosi 1. Hew meek lathe minority—how bold la power I When wl« the voter lean that' your real aleaaeata are Hypoorisy, Fraud| and Selfishness! What aew leesone do they require to hnow, that your nature b anehaaged and unehangahla. T SaaT Birlsness 00 the Erie Beilreed eoutlnues to Inereaaa steadily, aad the present ! month' s rs<>ei pu»ra be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

»rT«uWsrs»i»a««s»t^lt.T. is-m. !« Washington, March IS.—UALLXn Pira, ,' axon or mx Sbnatb—Mr. Webster introduced a res-'liitjon .-ailing ii|ion he l'n ••- Idcnt f» communicate M, B.u.m- l-i - etnicli.'iia nlm; f to .lit. i «i t i. ,. in nr t iv i gat inn laws which was adoiitcrl Communication from the President—Severer Kxeoutire communications wero ' here received *from tho President, by the hands of his Private Secretary, Col. Bliss. They were supposed to refer to various nominations, among others, it was said that Mr. Pendleton, of Virginia, was n»m- | inated aa minister to Chili, and Mr Brad-, as Second Auditor ofthe Treasury Department. t Washington, March IU In the Senate to-day. the Select Committee in relation to the eligibility of (Jen | Shields, reported a resolution (hat his election was void, he not having been a citizen ofthe United States, fur the term of ji-ait. required by tho Constitution ot the United riHtn ¦ States, as the qualification for l\ . - Diaies, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

ATTORNEY A'TlAW. ! At l!lrOa^fon.m..n.M^l*al ,. LMk,...— ! OB». alALBWTK , ATT0P.1IXT AT 1A-W, Great Bond Pa. a.m. cox rum ¦ n*h,rrvM*. Sails, Farfc, Xlssw.aast FiswMsM aT*U alotl*. 4ieiaasCJrt lSIOiMt«o(«v-n Wp.as*seaaa «s.a»».,-*. slwv lb«CMal SrU«B,—rOB CAXH OXLT ! FOT ROIlt. ^T^^W«tMrlr, taaaiMloenra StartmtUb nxat awl Vaals, Bailnos Imib** aad San. a. bosat smu am nrttarS. all lo a ansd slate at nootr. a*M giieaiiia'>Waai«JI«DI>vrisA.itfarnw»iaW*a, «iaa,ii I f»V. 1UI.ISM I " * "** ' WM. P L*THBOr> i Andltor'a Notice. I rswTE OatJstshnwtil havlnv L«n shhsM** bf lbs ilrshaoi ! 1 Owl la aaal tm Ik. tvni) Yf«Hkui>. m* Am-I Ottor. is nsaahir sa.1 rasHUs Ih* AsHUaStl* M Cmtoif I nrttiHS. Ksrvaiff nfth* Ian aHl aaS MsluoasH arisasr paja'«rs»a. Istc sa-faM t'otutta lirmil lu whit* ¦<-«•¦( •uSNiMsniMWillbattiK ¦adawa^ncj ajUlBiirBdiu thssSsthmttr of the Jolt** s* ASrlilor itumM >l y* rtaSn-. hi ^¦oatrasr?. nn *j.tai4sj IhrTiltdiv sf Arrt. A ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

aWatrmctlae FHteMI. CniCAOO, March 13. Wc have been visited by a terrible flood, whkh baa destroyed an immense amount of property. The damage occasioned to our commerce alone is estimated at over $101) ,-000. The brig St. Louie lias been sunk, and it an entire loss; The scbrs. Norton and ! Diamond were stove in By the brig Kampe! earning into collision with tbem. ->' He , them to sink. Tbey were both b> .. Ith jsalt. I The sebr. Whirlwind, waa also stove am) I The brigs Ashland aad Oen. Worth, and j abhr. llager and others badly daauged. ' The Oen. Warren waa also eunk. l| Il k imnoeeibls at the present tbwe to 1 ! aseertain tbe eorreet amount of the aaamgs i sastaiasd bv pvopellors, vaevels, and steam-; i: twata, whteh are all jaatmed iato one an- ( 'other, seme even beingforeed upon tbe top! •lofotbere. Tim whole harbor hi eeene of, 1 the utmost eonfasion. Tba water b still 1 rising, atid mat '**'¦,r" entertained that; -! the destruetton will he inereaeed. Al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

ExtrmwreUBUU-y at-lack Hall Cmew. . From Ihe N. Y. Tribnns. of Friday. Ofiicira Bowyer, Heed and Cule, of the (Chief's office, on Tuesday ni ^ ht last arrested Franklin (I Braap of It Morton-at. and I-aac A llkgs uf ^1 Mortun-st. under the following circumstances—It appears that for some time past Wm. B. Astor, Esq', of 34 Lafayette-place has received several letters of a .very extraordinary nature and demanding from him $50,000 in cash, and that in, default of which his life aud property would bo sacrificed. These letters were i-igncd in the name of E. K. Bass wood, and directing that tbe money should be piven on a certain day at the house of Mr. Astor. .Mr. Astor not e implying with tho requirements of the first litter two others were ivritteu and ditected to Mrs. Astor staling that if tlK-inoticy which had boon demanded ..f Mr Astor did not come to hand by in o'clock ..n the mornimr ofthe lilth innt. tin- threats wbii h bad been insult* would bo imtiiitn execution Mr. Astor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

' mw &&%v%$$x. I M.MH..U Srw V..aa Uhi-at fl.nr prr t.hl . 60 i» FVaar p*r bhl . 0S ST a S Ofl Buikwbrat.l., brrhun. 1 .SI 11).'il'. .lo. 3 IS ; M br*l prr tioaf., 1 "* *'""¦ •"-¦! l*n hbl. 1 M t'..m a-., Ut »ht-it, ««» ¦ *. p.-t t.o, M SJ itJr d., w ¦¦ wwt'ii.Jo neiTi ui lUt- Jn M .•-¦™ l*r l.u.b, *li ,U a ST RuttT. |..rlt>, Jl.rn ll.». .|.> si' Kjjt- |" r .!..¦ '. H'y -I ¦ I'nm. In Wp lino, J.',r ill ""¦,'"i.."!'-., li .11 .!« Vt"t!!rn7>' lo *"'lli P..taiu-s |,a-r l-u*lt ~:.'lt U.wlr-rll., aa u 3S i \rw lurk (altlr Hsrkrt. Hsrrh |a. Al tnnrkft 1.--I H.--f " i«*'i Snuthom mnmn+r fr.ni. ll, - Mil.- in.11 ha.t.l ll" I "»- 111 t jlt-M. III. I IMxi . Mirr). *Dl Iji.iI-, l'nr,t. en- — B-. ti > havi-1,, -n raih- r -lull of uk- J otitic ¦ ii *ur";«rtU l|Tt.?tTtii.'usiiu'-ii.w<T*Bj>T*tlp«lS> tu »"- I--. !¦¦ .u.i.i * Im "f sotri.'ls.wl.kr.1, -lup^ra - MM (W0DS, Via N. York & Erie Railroad. THE •tlrr^tUrrf, Km.-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

pua'atlSaa«|sria«a.iuasaa>ia*ltsa , awn* ani aa**- *la. Saab sb.1 Solnsl**, Wdo* Coal and Stooat Wat*, al TtaSKLfS. CL OVF.K SKKU. (lar^au.l unlhata i|aalliba»—ALSO, I Tiatchv ?«*.! r.»~.lfl.t U BL'BBITT. ' S*w Muionl, March IS, IMS. Register'* Notioft PtratlC XOTlCBIiharahyUvro UaUf— ttotitwij r lo Ihs dHlsoaag Batata*, to wU: Estate of Chios Verrv, dtctaostt Jattsso MmJUmw. AmWr. „ Mason ttvntaou, deeaard. D**td Pmmt, B*'r. llavdondeed ,, „ Brnjanua , '. Wm. a> Juki iVoetba, BxV. „ „ Franklin N. Avery, dee'd. CkmrUi Tiiglff, A4m°r. } „ „ Msson Uenisoii, dee'd- ! Wt.lliu Dtmumm, Bm't. „ „ David Wtlch, dee'd. £/j>aA Aatraaai, Admx'r. „ „ Aaron tirvt uwood, doe'd. Dnmtrl OmkUf, E tlrrr»wM. Bz'r: \ Thai I lie acrounlanl* have •cltled their occtmnts' in the Rt>pst*r'a Office, in and to the county of Susr.il.-han ii a, and that th* same will b*> prssr-Bled iK-for. ihe Jitittn-* of th.- Urphan's Court, at Moniroa<-, on Moiulty ih.- Ifiibdajro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

CASH PAID FOR WHEAT. * jllw! ir"BSr ¦¦u F°8T **c*- P*Shn.V Ba*JlB«atS«„aaaw4^. aaa_ aUaa-svaa_ia_^ TyaWSaaW aihoj *** »»*M?nZS^mmm] m\SSl Imlmm^r&m^Llmlmm^wm^ inBii.fX«awBOBnnaPmBi'*SI«aNa.iBWtse|, sV(alo "» J LVOXS. M0NTR08B SALOON. fl ¦»*-¦»*- m. . -|h-r-'"l1lallall ¦ p BAIJWTII a>aa»hlwt*a roiiei fit rodt*t nT issast Wil * . j "wa-d W awtiwaarly hapoy to wsM w. aU wh*S aJJ_J I aa. wkh UV lr *^i*Zm\T Aa>oa.ST,n*fe mm,TTfttS OtawarlM hi aUawt mihas vaiirty, Xwl*, Bskwws. Proa**. Ilwl*^,PLr«, Oranpea. Lraavaa, Uhwrrr Prwwrvss, tnia bW. rbwt. WarhavM.IIMaHB, Uymm. **., **ry rarwa. Ia aa.Brl*»i to Ihc aba** he aim rarrlra *¦ tho 3X.ZS3.7 2W62IOS» *U as bni-b, Aat-wMt th* anldn k.al iibMosIIj aw haad bsv br roora*nt.w Hr*-d. Rolta. i'rarfcrn. CaajdM. llaaawr hrrad. PW-. a* . wholrsal* *s>d null. MOBtiw. frb 1, 1H4> l-bl-Blsusthro|»lc Pllla, THE h*M mwJr f.w twIiinsMsltarha Sttaw4(l tsook rrwa .au*rtrar*i .* «¦!• by C. BALBWtX, 4*7. WITTJLZiO IUBB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

SjSurJitmUwrs.. •kirfcZELL , •» ai?Ir?f^l«r.l|«artU»l arti.k» .. bar. **. on tb. *»Ji« .r.... II.. Tb. writer i. evident!, familiar will. th. renuirement, of Ih. New 1 rk .nd Boston markets, .nd hi, dcscripti. is or Iho fining for lh"o» market's, "nuu'.lnn" b. ¦aSciem to recommend bis article — llfcr. ^,St."-.h.v.r»d.i.bm„chi„. .crest Iho dUoussinn'of ™ o North Slockbri.l-o Farmer,- Cl»h. or, tho subject of 1S?HSSjS du'iou'tha.'cMtio may Immnteto incrcal In fat, br feeding on hay alone II. »y. •iron. hundred pound, of ha, value mcre.se th. live weight of an o«, (which, as I ..-prebend, i, Ih. same as increasing hi. hoc',; •is pounds, three lr.otw.a4 pooo.l, .ill increase it I. ..no hundred and eight, pounds which will ..11 »no hundred and twenty pound, to Iho assumed dead weight, via: .it bu.,.lre.land eighty ».. pound., meanwKW^-w^-wtVS awl twr.ty pound, of beef. Now I Ihiok wen he to kill hi. be.', after fcediag three tod that h. bad not made a pound of beer. r^iATLk5at;...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 22 March 1849

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