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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

JJatcnt IHrtlclnw Tbe Alnrricim improved lly^eiau Vcec-Iabltv^Icdicilic. THESE Prifs are one of ihe best Medical Compounds in. use at the present day.— As a common family physic, for aflministriition in all temporary complaints of the slomuch and bdwc-ls. head ache, colds, &c, they may be fully depended upon, and a prompt use of them on the first appearance of indisposition wilt invariably save much sickness. They are pecu liiirly adobti'd to all cases ol weakness-aod general debtrwy—any derangement of the system, and especially with females—and a steady, unv interrupted uW of them, in strict conformity with the directions will very soon restore the organs ofthe stomach to their nuturaltonc and aciion, and regulate the bowels, and renovate he «'bole system. There is no disposition to give rxtravngant commendations of them, Whoi'is here staled, is the result of Kctual experience wnli ihem, and that through a period of Gtteen years. It is not supposed, or pretended, that ihe...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

•¦ j^JX^G&jrT* WESTERN SEW YORK COLLEGE OF HEALTH, 207 Main street, Bufalo.N.Y. hR. Gi C. VAUUHN'S VEGETABLE.LITHON. P TRIPTIC ADVERTISEMENT fOR"1847^- "1 CaIie. I Saw, I Co.io.uer.ei>;" is ihost 'emphati cally the case Willi Ihjs article. Decasc has'crcr yirtded to its most marvellous medical;;,power.— Wherever it has gone, and South America. England. Canada, and the United Stales have proved the truth ( of litis .Statement, tho above quotation in. a strong arid •pithy sentence, tells the whole story. Invalids,, the principle upon which you *re cured may not be known lo you, but the result of. a Iriaf of the article;is satisfactory ; you are restored ^ and Ihe secret of "the core remains wuh the proprieKif."';'-The Jilediclnc is a com-;pound , of 22 dmiinot vegetable agencies;; each tndi. ividual root has its owrtparlicoUr, eicluiivo, medicici •ai properly, conflicting with no other compound—;acii root makes its own cure—and jasja.-perfect com ibinalion, when taken...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

UPfTOWN CHEAP STOflE. hIaD oFSAVIGATiON. N ||VV landing (Since the prices bave fallen) direct from New York; anil, si nee the arrival ofthe steamers Cambria and Missouri^n large and well ,nelec!ed stock olDRY GOODS, of almost every variety suited to the aensoh, which will bb offered for sale as low for Caskpr other good pay, as nt any other store this |ide of CnnlpirbtPekin. Arrio.ig his 0)0.11 (ft(fi3>0>9 may be found 2000 yards of American and London Pfiriis mostly entirei new patterns, SCO ytirds Alpafbas, Orleuns, Mohnirand French twilled pluinjblack, brown,; stripe. and Plnids for Ladies dresses and cloaks. Also DeLaines, Mennos|'X.aces, Edgings, Tabbs, Flowers, Cip 4>nd JBonnei Ribbons, i^o styles.] Shawl*, Bleutihed Goods, Linsies, Checks, |Tickinas, Cnntbn Fhinnels and Wool do. Coltoo Yarn, D.ittihg, Wadding, Twine, Candle Wick, and 150Ofyard<i Bw. heniings. ALSO Iron,'Steel, Niil Rods, (beat kind) Mill Saws, Sleigh Bells, Grainjand other Shovel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

OR^ TQira|^afiD'8 SAR9AP4RiLLt THE M0&3* EXTRAORDINARY SIEdt ,JCW§ IN THE WORLD. , ' This exiraet it Mil up In qua r,t boulea; it J» six tints cba Tr, pleaiunilcr, ajid Wai^rann (1 superior lo any wilit. it ^JJ" dlsi'sres without vorolilng, purrti.g, sickening or debtiiiaua. ij paittmt. ¦ .- j i; . - •. " ^ fiREAT ]|Aj|L ANi WINTER Medi. |' ¦ CINE. The ereal beaniylanil superiority ol th's medielni! rm, ,, otlier l>, while it eradicates iliaouea-.ltfavljmraitsiiKtno. , is on- of IIk very best fall anil Winter medicines kom.. not niily purines the wliole «y«em, and strengthen^ Uu- drI; but It creates new, .pure and rten blood; a power ftam^rit no ottier uiedicloc. j And in this; lie, the great aecrei ofn, .' derlul «ucci-,s. Ul bin pcrloroifU within Hie past: t«a t«» more than 35,000 cures pr»cvcre ca*n of diaciuf!, al [ed-? 800 of these were ebnsidercd luedrabte< Moie-uiaul' 2.000 casesjof ;chrbule mieutuatism ; 3,000 cases; or Uyiprpsla; : ' 4.WX) esses of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 January 1848

THE GREAT REMEDV t,7b FOHESTS. .SteMS"® & ®B©t2)®ffi)88 PHYSfNTHMOPIC PILLS. X HE Proprietors tkie this method, of m»- king known to the j world, tho moil valuable and im. ppitapl diacayery oter -iipBi|rde4 in lbs history of mad. iciiie, ,' j ¦ . '"-['•;,. " j lb Icatinjbj cli<)m|cal lexpdriment, the medicinal properlusrof a rare plant, which growa aloqi the banks of Ihe Wapa^pihicorj Bi?er; in lowa. They ilia covered that lit possessed ailioaling ai 1 realarjng|po<v. er« "lye". "\ iheir loplnir*^ in combirulion with kilher remedies, the result of their medical researches, would render ir« -; 1- ' - | .'¦'i-, ,; .| - GB AMD C1TUOLICOM f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

.POETRY. SLEiGitEVG soive. Am—" Soiite love to Roam." Howwtrlftjniego Througtf the sparkling snow, In the moonbeam'|jsjlvor glance, ¦ And ou^glad song swolls, ' While the jingling bells ; Keep time with oilt proud steeds' prance! And thejbollow glen-Sends back again Our laugh and gla| hallo*; While tlte diamond spray Flics ev|rj; way. And the moonlight; flashes through.. i ''"" r ^ 'Tis coj^to-nigbt, But these eyes so bright, A glow on the you^ig heart shed, And thoso lips that move To the times of love, ¦ With the smile of pleasure spread; \» Then onf-ard speed, * While tile snorting^ teed Shakes thes spangles from hislnane, We'll join in the fight Of the elves of night, And love and delight shall reign.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

MISCFiLLANY. — ^—|-1'. / .. .— From the Philadelphia SuariUy Courier. THE UGLY EPFIE: Or the neglected jjaw'and tka a*t-»eauty. Br MRS.jLSB HINTS. (Coi|cZu<fe&), , Mr. Alston had not been dead more than a year—so that -Dudley had never seW-Effie in her chrysalite state, ,»j They had passed together their last vacation^ and now again met, free from all scholastic restraints, with spirits buoyant as young BingingjJbirds, converting the still home of the widower? into, a bright scene of youthful exercise an| hilarity. Mr. Borton rejoiced in the circumstances which bad thrown so closely, together tb£setwo congenial beings v> dear to the affections, and wliicb promised tn draw them together in closer and . more endearing union. Dudley was handsome, intelligent and high-muffled; generous almost to prodigality; unsuspicious almost to crednlity; impulsive and uncalc|hlating,'and possessed' of an-independent fortune, free from any of those incumbrances and mortg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

WQfJlJ pNGRESS-HRSTj SESSION C ':+ IM T MpxnAy'i Jan.v\17, i&& >\ ' a SESATfcfifMr. Bradbury presented;!tho pfpdentials of Mr. Moor.'clcete.a to fill the vacancy occasioned by the decease of-the lato Mr. PairficlcLf j Mr. Moor \jras then sworn in aid tsiofcg&gojit. -yf- 3 -*; •._ •'' ;j ?;Mirt Mhngum'lresolution:calling for General Sjcott/s pilans for tbo furtbejSprosjjcutioo of tbe \far,|was)taken up.for.jconsideratibn! •¦ * ' \ _ Mr. Cpis opposed'its passage, as it was now injudiciofis to diseT6Wlany!'plaus that "may bo entertained by the Commander-in-Chief. Mr. Mangum spoke in support of the resolution, indignantly repelling the idea that the plans ought not to bo disclosed to tho American peppje,1 when in fact thoy were already made known to tho Mexicans, by the published iorders, i •' -Mr. Allen zealously opposed tho resolution,, and thought it ought not to bo adopted, lie mOyed that it be'laid upon the table. On rrtotiojftijof!. MiyMangum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

--,,¦ J — i > | An Errorof 1,000,000 of Dollars! We understand from the Wizalit'ng-fon Union^hat. MrVjJobn D Barclay, the principal Clerk in the 6f5t p of the jRegister of the Treasury,- has just;di! covered an error in his account of nearly set;c7i millions, of dollars in favor of the Government \ He forgot it is asserted, to carry that ium Cut, in bis calculations, into tbe proper column! ; It is ascertained that the loan required! by the Government will only be twelve instead' \a{ eighteen millions in-consequence. Tb(& manner in- which the error was made in tbo- estimates contained in the report of Uu> Socrctarj; was hy ooumtting to insert ia the estihlate of receipts and expenditures for the fiscal ycat ending June 30th 1848, embodied in the report, fouritem^ofreceiptis and expenditures for tie quarter 'ending, scpteinhcr, 1841, prcparddnn the office ofithe Register J tho Treasury, :q accompany said repnrfe-These four items amount iu tho aggregate to'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

''-'-,-:'!; I' Oen. Scpti»s]r «iiBalt.;.. ,; The. FcdoJialiits are making great ado about ^the reoaUlorJ-GU. Scott,;andjendeafvoring to got up a sympathy in hbbchaif upon thosliallo* jprctoncijjtbit the administration wants to '¦ gethiin puijof the ^ wigjr^filr'tte Pftsidoncy.". In, elation ti) tl lithe AVashinWon JoorresBondent of the jPe«i isylvatiian"thus speaks: 'j Thnmotive| forficnyiSc4t's recall, however, have beeff erroneously ?atited.| I have tbe highest authority for asserting|hat his presence here is deeni^jjjdispensable tcj a proper understanding of the^ode in which the ^a1*is t0 to hereafter pursued, f This^fono^ spne other, % thejcauso;«f|bistrecaU,,feiJ~'" }¦ ¦ 1 i i - - .-'-I ?. - -'. .' i' . .¦' ii i— i • • •; B^'sinucSivi-FiRB^A-dcfetrflc\ivo fire ocourr^!*t|^j|^^pear, Buffii^iKoJw York, on . Saturday mbrning. ;!:.Th6 loas!vfa8 o'stimated at thirtysthonj»^^ 5"15 »° insurance of only nine thousandr ' .- ,-jr:v-yiyi';-:.; . _.. ,. - >... i ' ' •' - . •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

Arrival: or the Cambria. Tho Steamer Cambria arrived at Now York on Wednesdajy. last with advices 14 days later! \ Tho mone?yj inarkct had improved. Tbe Bank of En^an'd had reduced the rate of !nterestrto 5 p|rjCont. : ' There hadjbejen a slight advance iu breadstuffs. . \!;-,! . ' .„.| . The condition of Ireland .was bv no means •improved. , \ ,.".•¦ ...;. . ^ It is said^haK^ustria ,will; interfere in tbe affairs of Switzbrkhd/for the restoration of tbe Govornmontof this Sonderbuiid. There are further nnpors' of a disagreement between tfieisPopo and Cpuncii. ; , . The Brokers had reduccdHlie rate of interest to 4 percent. .. \r . It was exjject ^ ed tha^ the'Bank, of France wohld reduco the rate of interest toipcrccnt. J'rospqct? J in manufacturing districts noti bri ;ht, but mors encouraging. '.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

TUc Cholera. '.^IUmi /^L..1a*.h ju,am4i» 1»" ^inl-.iyt fact *ltr slcii towards Western Europe, and the next arrirals may bring us information of its prevalence in France and Great Britain. Tho London Mrrespondent of the Naliunal Intclliirenrer, under date of Deeember 10th, writes as follows : An alarming piece of news is, that the Cwlera is undoubtedly in London, and has bio ken out with extreme virulence in Golden Li<ne, and other densely populated parts of the citv. Tho police keep watc|i aud ward there to in ,criliet .communication. The. symptoms of the disease are of a very Planning nature, cxhi jitiug itself in plagur spots, and other fea-ful characteristics. Tiii$ is truly a. nulaiji-f (>ly closo to my commuuiaation. I hope the ma tc-r is mode the worst of but I have my fears. } j If the above be tru<»—which We have no |ea-; son, though we are little inclined, we conftss, to doubt—we must not. wonder to find thejlcstroycr in our midst, in tho cours...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

¦• 1 - 1 [ A Comet. A comet is expected to favor us with a visit sometime during this month or Fcbua'ry. s In 12G4 he made a splendid appearance,;being; of great size and brilliancy, whisking his iail u)o.rfl than half way across the Heavens. In: 1550 ho also appeared; aud as 292 jcars more liavo rolled round, be is supposed J to be again "about." There have been a fkw cbpnges in this part of the world since ho-was here fast, but as it is probable be has not as good eyes as Col. Benton, it is not very likely ho jwifi jako much notice of our great "clearing.?' fliis, comet is computed to be on the j return frdm a trip of about twelve thousand millions of mile? from tbe sun, which is more than double! the distance of Neptune. He must have seen iand heard bo many strange and; wonderful thjngs in his travels, that it is doubtful wh<jthe| he would delay so much as a day in this ntighjbor-; hood, even to read the;President'jj last message, or learn the causes of the war wli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

IStrGIIlAI. ADDRESS. < palivercd January 18,1848 --.-ff.p.tiA-fos txn Fki.loit-Cifriv**-'- tvt *T~7 jiCaring bpfore you, to renew the solemn obli- '¦ cation oflideh'ty to the constitution, and my pledges f|r the faithful execution of the duties,: to which ihe suffrages of the people have again called moj I avail myself,of your presence, to . express t& you, and through you to my fellow1 citizens c& the Commonwealth, my gratitude' for the fajror with which they have regarded my effortp, to discharge the duties of my trust, in good faith. - The practical knowledge which . I have acquired, of the various and complicated duties of'jhe Chiet Executive Magistrate of the State, increases the distrust, I have aluavs felt, of my ability so to perform them, as to justify the public approval; and constrains me to so- 1 licit a eoJUinuancc of the same kind indulgence, which bajj been hitherto extended to me so gen- erously. i ¦•, | ; . Jn taking the solemn oath, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

X Xate Frohi Slcxlco. Eeteusbcro, Jan. 20. The pedgcrs Ovettjand Express from New. Orleans-reached here &ds morni;ig, with papers' ofthe 14th inst. | ' Several vessels hadTorrived in the river from Yere Cruz. Among jhcirest is the steamship Virginia, that left V<?ra Cruz on the 5th. * The most important intelligence by this ar-' rivalaro'Sndefinite but?currcnt rumgrs of secret negotiations being iri progress that promise; -—^Sl5|p^sesTw?Rr^^ the night-of the 31st pilt., by the arrival of a I couricr-from Mr. Boyle, the British Charge d'- Affaires at! the Capitol.j They were immediat ely despatched for Ne\f Orleans on board H. B. M. bng-of-war Darin|. Nothing positive was knowflConcerningtheSespatches, but the opinion that thoy had beep, sent in a vessel of*var instead of waiting forijtbe steamer. Col. Miles,8with 1,|00 men, left Vera Cruz on the 2d inst. for the| Capital Gen. Marshall was at Jalapa on, the J 29th ult, awaiting the arrival of the train expected u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

. 'ii.i.ijMiMi»^»n»wP"HBBg*"BBgagBBJ*»ww» TUo SpdecUiOfSteycrCiy JoSaosoti. 1 - Weihavc irade ffc following. je'4tilaciV|ronj ;he spcc|cb of Mr. John^n.ia.VVhi^iSenaforin Doiigiess, frcjra^MaryJaiidf delr 'cred ip?i;tiir o;a&th nstarit,, bccdiisi[ it expresses' .the 'jyilswsfcofa. iian'who i^ governed ;by'vhiitconyjctionjk of :,rutb bather j than the blind' no tionspfjthojtvhig rarty.--: Ho jspeaks strongly od .fho!i|ust|coof ihe present War, . ¦¦" , j." ¦ i;:K,''-| -' Now wluit aro the rfear 4"d ! indfspwaUe Ehcts t Th6 United States bad • reeeivCjt the republic of Texas inty the Union, without antecedently ttjt'fining her boundaries, apd tinder 1 constitution which rciteraud what l;ad been, is far back b,s "M, a part of ber originall constituliiat) as fan independent republic—Ubajtitljo Rio Grandej-fruw lts^sourec to its mouth, wa> her soutlntflstcrn boiin'dary, , The; ttpitdd States extended, alj bcr laws over, ihe State of Texas, as so admitted. They had !...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

Proscription—"treason Rewarded. Below will be found an article from the Bradford Reporter^ entitled " The Reward," every word of whieb| if predicated upon facts, (of which we have n|'t the slightest doubt,) we conscientiously endorse, and which is worthy the attention and-scnous consideration of our readers, ^f it has cginc to this, that honest, steadfast Domocratfe Journals, which have stood as true to tbegparty and its principles, through good and ev|l report, as the needle to the poles, must be pj|oscFibed because, they do not pronounce the slfiljoleth of a few individuals in power, or emblazon tho name, accompanied with the most fillsomc and disgusting syc pWcy, of some aspirant for the Presidency, while othofs, rotten Jrith perfidy, must be regarded with special favors from those who niay chance to have the disposal of Government patronage in their hands, it is high time that the people were apprisediof it. We speak not thus plainly from feeling b|it from a sense of jus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

How shall We Rats* Money T , Underjtbis captidp thp'j.Now1 York E&ming Post, one of tbe'oldest, ablest, ahd.mostjinfluential Democratic Journals in t,lw tJi>ionj holds some very good remarks.! Of course ii does not go ai tax on tea: jmd^ffeo, but it bits upon another method of replenishing the Treasury which strikes ug as being ^oind and.practical, and which, we are ofjhei opinion, would he more acceptable to tbo. rposses of the people. It says: '-....}. We may fairly exjjecf, therefore, that who-, ever rises in. Congress to propose any addition to tho public debt, any usfc of tho public credit to obtain money for the public wants, will accompany if with a plan (o\f immediate or early re-paymeiit. The jkonest, straight-forward democratic policy of accompanying a proposal to make a debt with tbe proposal of a tax to pay^ it, is what wo have ajight to expect from a democratic member. But what sort of tax would he propose.? _..' . j ¦ A direct tax without doubt, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

From Ilarrjsburg. Our reports of the doings of the Legislature are still as meagre as ever/ Little of general interest has been done, an'd nothing of a local interest that concerns ourrcitizens, if we may except a bill-far tbe incorporation of the Brooklyn and Lenox turnpike company, reported by Mr. Streetcr, which jhas reached a third reading in the Senate, j. A| supplement Jto the. N. Y. & E. "Railroad right of way billj allowing said company to construct their. road through Susquehanna County, hasjbeen reported toCthe House by Mr. Smitbt of Bradford, j A resolution instructing the " Committee on the Judiciary system to inquire into J.ho expediency of repealing the law' inflicting capital punishment, and report by bill or otherwise,!' has been adopted—dyes 56, nays 4Q4 ' ESpGooEY's LadvV.Book.—The Feb ruary number of thiatunrifalled Magazine has been received. To say that the present nuhibcr is equal to any of its predecessors is certainly saying enough y but in: j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 January 1848

BorougU of Montrose. I At a meeting of tbc-Town Council held on the evening of January 26th 1848;' I,-It beinj: represented to the-council t|iat the small poxis in the vicinity of this place/it was, after, due;consullation—- ! ' Resolved, That immediate measures bje taken to prevetjt the-said disease from! getting into the village. And that Drs. Ezra" Pa|k and Ezra Patrick be employed, at tbe expense of the borough, to call, on eyiery fatnil* in the place and .vaccinate every person whom they maydeeniit proper or necessary .to effect the intended Object^ v ' ; I By order of the Council, "i" ' ' ' B. T ^ C^se, Brest. The Saturday Courier case has again been decided in favor of Mrs. Holden, and tbj property belonging to the joint estate is to be sold at public auction: Donation Visit. .At theiRev J. Long's-on Friday the&8th of January. Tbe friends from Spriogvflle and New Milford aro invited to attend. Visits received frqm 2 to 9 o'clock P. M. :

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