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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 November 1847

yuiomes deranged. . M.ilty are rurbless, uitd hp(ice need this aid. And the most careful ure liable to . Jrreuularities of the syslem. It is needless almost to say, tlnil u prompt use ol Safe and effective remedies, on Ihe first niipenrnnoe of illness, is Ihe part of wisdom, IT.S' ucn a lUediciue the Proprietor knows these Pill's to fle.im And he is cerium that in fnriy iiinei cases out of filly, where a; fair .trial is made according to the directions,: Ihoy will he used a^ gam as n standard, medicine. He has never knrtyen an instance, where they have lieen itiu* iisnd, in which they have not met with unquai^ ified approval! Numerous testimonials' may be seen at the General Office ot sale, and references will he giVen lo substantial living witnesses of their valuable curative properties. ;' vj. The Pills are purely veg. table, are of two kiivds, stimulant anil purgative, purifying ihhlood, and producing a healthy action through thej enure system ; are a valuable Ami Billious Medi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

zm ©finocrat • II roBti*nBD STKRT TBOEsOAT MOIIJIIKO, BV IIXI&B* HEMPSTKO. • ' \ 1 * * TERMS. |l.*0 ¦ ?«'."pali'ln «<l»anc«, or »2,00 If ptld II "he .iMeoCmi ycmr. V . j5ctt.eb«isecir«li!««f«lf«rriKl" to P"WWi«»«- pCBK- ¦ J DiKOBtlnu»n^r.optl(Jb»l, tiwptwlwn aimntt« •*• p»M. Ab»Jiti..kiic«o^ dollar p«riqu»rt nf iwrlw line*, or t»», lor th* firrtthn* Bwrlinn., »«J twaity-flvr cent, forev trTmbWuentlnKrlii.i A liberal dl«ouiU will be mtdel.. (bow «rhi »d>Trti» bj|the voir. i fcj- fcifinew leiien*pdcon«i«nfc»tloM for tho p»p»r moil wrot-ffMD u> rawarejuraiilbn.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

POETRY. * FromtlSe Bingbftmlon Iris. Wbat I Love to See. I lpve to see afdandy fine Look down upon liis neighbor; He ought to siforn the base-born wretch . Who bows liis neck to labor. - I love to see a! lady fair • Support herjofty station ; She should not speak to servant girls—Those pests !of every nation. I lovo'to sec them both unite, To crush the laboring classes ; Exquisite ncrvps can't bear the sight Of such unshapely masses? I luve to see a lovely pair In haste for' annexation; For all old maids and bachelors Are an abomination. I love to see distinctions made, As far as one is able; And she who condescends to cook Ought not t| sit at table. I lnve to see A eentlcman Make visits jwith his lady. And bid the s«$rvant come behind And bring along the baby. I love to see a ^country town Aping city inanners; Merchants despise the farming class, And boot-makers the tanners. I love to sdc an innate dread Of all that'snot in fashion ; 'Brtve all thing? else, I love to see • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

Irish Wit. A Pat, an odd jojer, and Yorkshire more sly, Once riding tcceMicr, a pillows passed by. Said the Yorkshire to Pat, " If I don't make „- too free, t \ Give the callows jits due, and pray where would yon be ?" I " "Why, honey," says Pat, " faith,- that's easilyknown, | I'd be riding to |owo by myself all alone."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

MISCELLAN, LiOGHJXG I3jj the Pulpit.—Said Mr. C,——, a Prosbyierian minister of sfune notorietv, " I never laughed in the pulpit only on one\oecasion, andStbat came near procuring my dismissal from t§e ministry. At one of the first discourses Iowas called to. deliver, subsequent tosmy ordihation, after reading my test and opening my iubject, my attention was directed to a1 young man with a very foppish dress, and a head of exceeding red hair. In a slip immediately behind this young gentleman sat an urchioj who mast have been urged on by the evil, one himself, for I do not conceive the youngster tb§ngbt of the jest be was playing off on the spruced dandy in front of him. The boy held hii'forefinger in the red hair of the young man, about as long as a blacksmith would a nail rod.in the fire to beat, and then on his knee, commenced pounding liis finger in imitation of a smith in making a nail. The whole thing was lo ludicrous that I laughed, the only time that I ever disgraced the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

Piwjri ihe Democratic i Btvinr: | : OCCVPATIOK OF! MEXICO. ' , It is now two mouths since, in treating of the Mexican war as it then existed, we profes-; sod ourselveBMucredulous of any peace to be, arrived at my accommodation, and nrged the necessity df a vigorous prosecution of the war with a view to the occupation of the country by a sufficient force of United States troops.—. By the term "occupation," wc do not under-; stand the direct and permanent annexation of} the country to tlie United States. Fur such a promotion in tbe scale of humanity, the Mexican |race are by no means fitted. Great as is our reverence for the people at large, and res-s pectTul as all ought to be to their opinions, wc mays look in vain among the population of the Mexican states, for that activity of intellect andlvigflant intelligence necessary to thosd who would govern "themselves. A people who aire too proverbially indolent to pursue indus trial Smployments, and too dishonestly envious to perm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

f ¦¦ * '- >¦ >-; f. 1? r \:\ %Hl ltEMQCRAT.|; I | -—4 r—: r!—T~ T. ' ~—'--V. .' ' Mentre*e, Thursday; Ttov. SS, 1941 . -&- - i. ¦ - - - * - . - ¦ ,•£ - -.- - . i-. . : ffHf* Attention to tho very tblo and interesting article^froin the^Democrftfic Review, ojs the " Occupation of Mexico," on our first page, is earnestly solicited. It is written upon a 'subject Which isi noV^tjeginmng to^attrajct S great deal of interest, and cOntaros some excellent idesis, as well as furnishes a strong" argument in ^ vindication of the government in relation to the origin of the war. Just at this time it is trebly opportune. *-'•' '! ; S@=r|We trust no apology is necessary; for having devoted so largo a spice inonrcoliimns to-day to the expression of opinion, from all quarters^ upon the subject of the late pronuriciamenfy of Mr. Clay. ^The position hoi has heretofore occupied in the catalogue of Statesmen, arid his recent eccentric and suicidal declarations, render the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

— — i .. | "Whom the Gods would Destroy tliey orst maiie jnaa." : In the late Lexington speech of Henry Clay we haVo a clear and unequivocal illustration of the adage wehave chosen as a caption to this article. If any one doubted, at any time Within the last few months, that Mr. Clay was still ambitious, and that the popular pulse, of his pSrty beat high for him for the Presidency in 1848, we did not.. We hare, on the contrary, regarded]his nomination as almost a "fixed fact," while we have overrated his ^patriotism and misapprehended. entirely the platform on whichrhe would predicate his claims.. As hostile to the Democratic party and its measures as'we have long beh'pved him to be, we could not, < without muchsel f-reproach, have imputed to him such gross incc nsistency, such bitter antagonism to his country, as his' late manifesto has shown him to possess. Wo had looked for better things of Mr. Clay. Who coM have believed that the man; who, at New. Orleans, scarcel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

| Effect of Mr; Clay'* Speech. . At the very moment, says toe. rennsyivaman, When the Mexicans are scattered, disheartened, and dismayed, by the incredible successes, ofthe American arms, Mr. Clay's speech brelthcs new life into their dying cause, and once more invigorates them' with energy and [hope. He not,only makes a sweeping attack upon the origin, of the war—be not only teUs itbeioi that f fey had not determined to invade 'Texts before Xim. Tatxox marched to Cor-, pusj! Christi—but be ehconrages them to refusajaccediiig to tho jnst offers of crar governmcr|i, by saying, first, that we should and can takjji.no territory as indemnity.from Mexico, andithat, after our victories Wo can afford to. 'be magnanimous-^-that is, 'close the. war by ibac|ing out from, it flisgraceftilly», Tho voice that: utters these infamous sentimentsis known in Mexico as that of a great leader in this countryjheretofore famous fof his eloquence and his Patriotism. That voice wifl reach the discomf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

Sew* of Peace t ; A rumor which is well authenticated, reaches us by way of New York, that Commissioner Tbbt has again succeeded in opening negotiation^ with the Mexican Congress,-whether by ihis pwri motion or theirs, remains to be seen: At any rate this new stepjif taken, was taken ;ns doubt before his despatches recalling him coujd have been received. ; Magnificent Dosatios.—The, Mercantile friends of tbe late Silas Waionr, of the City | of litew York, ii testimony of their high respect [for bis public and private character, presented. | a service of elegant silver plate to his Lady, at ; the rStuyvesaut Institute,, on Thursday evening lastj; valued at $1,900, consisting of one hundred and twenty-five pieces. It was projected to^llave been presented ito the fllustfiousStatesmark and benefactor of his country during his life.) but death suddenly removing .him,, those who were instrumental in the design; thought it biglily proper to convey the same to his' estimable Lady. S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

w«w #v*mI itribiiWhlrPartr. UJder tfisJ ifad rtle /r Ne| "" YbrK Evening Post thus aoly'dissect! i and|xposes the Anti-Ameiiican propositions of tlie "Sage of Ashland," in his late Lexiigtoni manifesto. The article needs not iwerd of commendation or qualification from us: If these resolutions 'are to be regarded as the platforlfc- of the wliig party for the~ next sessic;© of congreps.and-BS embodying the leading views to bo-taken by the!|whigs in the next presidential 'campaign,! theyjpossesS an importance -which nd inherent merit of their own could ever give them. That such will be the case is to '.$. certain extent j already apparent, and they will form an ur official declaration of measures to be pursued by the Clay portion of the w|hig party, j' ' ' j Wo cannot refrain from expressing, at the outset, our regret that these resolutions arc not marked by those broad, manly and statesmanlike views which ,tbe whig party is capable of expressing, or by that strong adherence to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

VnpopnlarilVL9f^,ci^j?a Position. Asairovidencejof the general disapproval and*flisgust whicl| Mr. Clay's late assaults: up| on the government, institutions andi destiny as well !ss -rights of his country^! have; awakenedj wo have only to cite to iBe./iet that the entire neutfjal press of ithe country, so?^far aj ttiey huvej spoken, whijeh is^rettjlgeneratj baa ta7; ken Strong and decisive ground against them; Ah article below, Which; is; copied from theiV. Y^Sun, neutral, la journal^ wielding?a potent influence whichever way it goes,, and having a circulation of upwards of 50,000, is both able, eloquent, and overwhelming. Another which follows it from the N. Y. Herald, also neutral of.the same city; and another from the N. Y. True'Sin, ito true representatives 41 public sentiment, and show horw widely of the mark the great Whig C racle has shot in.-hig effort to slide into tho current forlthe Presidency. Every neutral Daily press iirNow York city is out radically opposed to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

of Rations,; and refuse io save -abdlilessmilBn, kfr*|ft>led fellow-men f .'BtauCSfc r#4S-*?rm *he fiel«.wi»W laurels, :and Z country be shamed and dishonored in the ev« ofjtb6|WorId;?:-.- These are' questions for tbe A i^riclijB .to discuss—Henry Clay says, y'es»l *illn|t the!people say no! jVVe stand where we have Stood—we have jsaid,! * coktinxht/o» f?eedo)n^ Us. boundary )the ice-bergs ontu liorih^the;oceans on the )cest, and Central A nwn'A- utdil we needit im the south, and shon yjhat boundary no human power can stop tht [iftesistibte current ofthe Anglo Saxon race,' ] J. [jnna ^ tlie H..^> Mr. Clay's gpeech itndIteswlsitio«« Mr. Cla/a speech andiresoJi^orjsJi*e8ent«d r3*: -^wrngton meeting on Saturday kt hayecreated^rwtotSlnlen^Mm mumty. .ffiiprorjositimi to abandon all tU bnlbanbiadyaiitage*: gained inutoa; «war~.t() throw ^ uplCaljforoia. ajd;'botbj »ide*of the Ri0 drande-rrto heat-tha^poker for Mexico,'with, out asking indenmityifor, the fuel used b tbe o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

IHr. Clay agabi in Use Field. Mr. Glay^has again appeared-bejtoret-the n»- tiobtdjp^eB^E t ah i ssna for the iPresidentisl campaign ;^and that issue seems tp bo the old Federatsry cf no more torritoryiiThisjis. tbo game cry which was raised & wheti; Louisun* was poiehasedby Mh iTefferson, when Florida wasaec^iredbyMriMonroe, and when Texas TVasannexed by tho election of President Polk. Time his proven the wisdomof these three scqUisitiotis;: few if any could be found willing t" re-ieedo"any of tliis acquired territory, and if theCalifomias are acquired from Mexico, twenty yVarewiU; prove tbej act as popukr as tb acfluisition of Louisiana. Muktbe^predicjioo —-^Democratic Union* . % ¦U.ti -i;=.-.-- - .:-,fe;-!f4.:r:'.>.-:.',..:r .,:, J.j c;^ ,-. - . -: laCpaj sBxv|siipj—14 mifa pt^jamom tothe oontrary, and hard, tunes in ^ng!*^ tbe'^fenneji^cifis^}ia»^^^.%^,v»^'' the receipts in thefirst two weeks of thismoiitli bcing^early;8500,000 inore tha* tbe receipts in the'sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

Ii Hr.WUmefi Speech*-» According to notico^Mr. "Timoi aaoressea burlicitiiens at'thb' QbWBbmori Tuesday evening! upW the &yclrid;p:6BUcal„qucStions wh^h are now'agiUtc^beginning w^tb tho war, wJufh he,of course, defended in a few brief but potfint remarks. He next spoke upon the graduation ofthe prices of ihe Publid Lands, wbiijh-he strongly approved, re-asserted hb opposition to a tax on; Tea and Coffee, giving his |easons therefor, andithen proceeded to discouiLe upon the Proviso,; which be defended with his usual ability arid clearness, for the spape of about tbrcp quarters'of an hour, closing, with a deserved criticism .upon the recent manifesto of Mr. Clay. Although the evening wasiiexecedingly unpleasant, the audience was verj large, and, if we may judge from the cheering he received, well satisfied with the efforts' .; .-.--,¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

Court PijMeediiiBl. Fibst \yMK.*-Coort c*"6* Monoay i>ov. la 1847- Commonwealth vs. Geo. W Stark, foVlarceny1 of money—Verdict, not guilty. Three true bills were returned vs. N. I. Post, for libel; 1 vs. Wn* C.,Ch«idler, Uriah Chandler K«ra Chandler >aii,d Henry Chandler for conspiracy to defraud,; &c; I vs. David Walkman sodHatloW Si«ons,.for larceny; 1 vs. Kv&o Richards and M#y E. Richards, of Libertv for keeping a tippling house; 1 vs. Geo. W.'Stark, and 1 vs,: Wm. C. Chandler, for passing counterfeit ittoncy; 1 vs. David L. Meeker, of Silver Lak>, and 1 vs. Tho*. Rogers, Silver Lake, for keeping a tippling house; 1 vs. John C. Clark, for obtaining goods under false pretences; 1 vsi Abel Green, Wanton Green, and Elam Hawley, for forcible entry and detainer; 1 vs. jforris Eargo for 'colluding with debtors, to 'defraud creditors; and 1 vs. Orrin W. Taylorl for disposing of property to defraud creditors. Bills vs. Benj. B. (ronder, for as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

Trial of ipol. Fremont. Joe trjid of Lol |i;emont, like the present century, is -progressive." It daily fills up some tw« or three columns in the Washington papers, which of eonjse everybody reads—who. * ak« an interest in fbe subject, If Col. Frel meat i« convicted, h| wQl be liable to be shot, we believe, accordin| to military law; but his life is in about as much danger from tbe Court -Martial as our own. | The fact is, that in these pri-.TesMvc days, '*.w| have altered all that"—and perhaps wisely; We <3ouUt whether if '"*. Scott was to «ltoiapt 'to set up for himself in Mexico," as Be has been very «omically yw..mmended to doj fas onr readers- will sec .so another place,) whether tbe idea of punishin? him for it, exceft by degrading him from th' command, ffould|ever«nter anybody « head -unless, indeed, fifal consequences were "atstatdiy to resuty iroaf such a course of conduct, and then there is do knowing what might be ion* In the samefway if the American arms M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

^t^Wr*;Glm**m->9*99W!U**twn . On delivering bis fepecch kt Lexington, Mr. Clay objeoted to newspaper report i being made of it, be wishes not to be misrepresented in a single word on the, momentous question before him. Hfe desh-ed^his speech to go before tbe world w%his re ^ visicjn" in order that no after explanations sbrjuld be Tequireff. We have thereforejreceived but an imperfect synopsis of , the speech, but we present onr readers With tbe Resolutions offered to the meeting by Mr. Clay andupon which his speech is founded.— They-in fact embrace tbe whole pith of his argument. ¦ The meeting was large, and Mr. Clay, was introduced to ii by; Gen. Leslie XJombs. \ :¦' On mot °n of Gpnji Comb|s, the Hon. John Robinson was appointed President, with along array of ^ ice- Presidents and Secretaries. Mr. Ci^ iSf then roSo and pffered the followliiig deeply important; resolutions:— 1st. Resolved, as the opinion of this meeting, that ithe primary cause of the present unhappy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

LATO^ M MEXICO Escape ofa Santa Anna—Death of several Pennsylvania Officers—Battle of Huamantla—lhefloss of the Pennsylvanians .engaged f'fi U. ~ | Petersburg, Nov. 18, 1847, New-Orleans papers of the 11th furnish additional itejns of news brought from Ver* Cruz by tho slcimer Jarncs L. Day. The Commercial Times' correspondent says that just a| the Day .was getting under weigh, news reached Vera Cruz from Tampico, announcing the astounding fact of tbe embarkation of Santa Anna at Tampico in a British steamer.- Me has escaped out of Mexico, Col. Gitca, ascertaining that T3anta Anna was in the|^ieigbborhood, had taken every precaution tofprevent his escape, but, as the result provesi hefwas unsuccessful. > ¦ This ne&s was discredited at Vera Cruz but generally believed at Tampico. , A long jind graph ic accnunt of the battle of Huamantlii, from the Puehla Flag of, 'Freedom, is published. Capt. Walker's whole force did not exceed 195 men. Those killed, beside Wal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 25 November 1847

1 reeling In Mexico. We give tbe following from the union of Wednesday, as even speculations about peace, in the absence of positive negotiations, may not bb uninteresting: Extract bf q,letter from an intelligent French , gentleman, for many years a resident of i the Mexican Republic dated Vera Cruz, October 30, 1847. " While General Scott prosecuted tho war with moderation and policy, it is certain he had the sympathies of the people of the villages and towns where he passed; but the principal peonages of those retired to other places, distant from the scene of war, where, they formed 'juntas,' in which they continued the war cry, persuaded that in this way they could' neutralise the sympathies thus expressed in favor of this American army ; because, they published false and cxacnerated bulletins, in which appeared, excesses and horrors which they wished t&cAmerican army should commit. " But^the stroke ^yhich has just been made by a div|sion of the. Americans, compo...

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