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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 18 June 1856
-CTALUABLE SAW HI1X TOR SAlS UY i^^^* t ^'S^82^->'™ * abir8» M"'.* 1 * about BIXTKKK AORES Qy tAJTJ), mrtof whWi It TIMBER, arid eao b. aidttvaM It U «lto«l«l about on«r nf(* nortb of Mfletbonr Tljeinlll.ha.ao ororibot wlwd, well oaluilatod fit aawtne plMtorlnff I^ath,, whtos «r« mMlr-wuted 1ft Ihli wlebtAod. I..mb.r rffl bT u*!Tl l»rr|,n»i».nt., Thi. U « jUd' obaoo. for MJ.por". MDwiiblng to radio agoodinTUtmrat. Applrat 4.PARTBlTAOB'8Marbl.Wprlta; r«rT ' Mllortw*. PllllADElPlIlA ADVERTISKHEMi ll BKCKER. J. 9. DCUf, j &ECKEE & DELI, s DEAhLRy iN CUOTXIINO, f No. 15i Wtij THlilJ) 9tr«»Ji .'ijan30-3in Phnadclphia
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 18 June 1856
I^P PP^ la,- >ir.¦"*»!* : * .|- - v* *******""¦ummW n-'' ' '' ** "*" QiMro&s sewing jica tHiinss - 0* I'rloo5130 nnd upwiudi Thirt unilvqltad »"» •hioo it! thv i»(^f tnttw>rtwnt nnd unofUl tnvontlon o ibo og<t,' njj'J i(> lint hobn trorJiwI a 5»fllt))ont totigt] >f timn to Ijn tht'iouiclily tralod tf]H)ii » greftt VJiriut] '/ "nNUinfitcfun'fl, «>.« i» *l*Wa<:s hnfl Horn fully nj> .'inveil. It will continiio to nttrnot und iiuprbo th* •00n10 t>f the A\hii,u worhl ^itKiho wi>ndnifnl Mi\v /lk'!f t Vj <lnrahi}'ity} fnp'ullty, Hreitftlh atul hennfj viih uhi'h it ciraildi Us work Nnnily 10,000an in- now ui dnily i)|n'i.iti"ii. Huch is tljo dcinani hut, " iO. .1!) tl.o i.ipilUU-8 of now ami iinpiovt-fi niiclii'K'i v, wuli tlm in-lp <>r 2110 111D11, il in imnoBfli tlofdrHiviBH A Co. to fill their orders. Then niichiix'T iilwnyi fur mii>vrior to every other, have ust p't'^ived »r&a...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 18 June 1856
BE •*.' 0 y FT . . The vodeiAMi) taarloi temorml fram th HOW, nipeaUat^MlioiUaaaU from hliokl frl.nd, -•J 1 *. /* TVit- J KEA3.8H, A ^t. Xfi ' An PARTkITagK; 8CULPT0H, intjrfci thtf paljlk) thjit he U prepared to do.atlktyda o MarblQ%Ork at the nhortost notloo and Wi tho ruDo roasonablo ttjitna. Thouo who fuvor him 1 with tliol. ordon may todLaHvur^d that all work from pin c« UUUhtuont ttill'bo done in the boat otylo^xifwoiji matishlp. Llkoftcasps will Jjo vceouUd hi *tfttn»*oi In boat, as Ittrco an 11 foeither In marble or plnstfr LikuneBsos wfil(. b ^ carved on Mom.nf8i.tit, Toinl Slones, Ao., £rum dn^uorronn llV'ji.cesr^; rihu> n brilliant di^ovcijjr of Knumollctl Lctloring wltli lfl.%n, on Moimmoms; TombiUmcs, Po<»r Plfctcn, A-*:., iu every vnjioty of color. The lava fs put in hy 25U degrees ht'nt, iv.urnhlPd lo ntnnd nny kind ol iTCiithor. An I am tlio imontor of this work, it cannot bo pt'ii 'mmed in nuy other cstnblislintent in rcniMyhiiidiitTijm'-i. Mjiir...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 18 June 1856
f }^T??I»8 AID BI«EEDI»O y'ttf.U. DAUML n«t d«or«» fttto May-i |h«ri7 it***!, njn FATElCtifiMBllOXYtEB. i -' ¦ . „ Tho Bub#orib«r now oilun t,c Lho publitf a n*w vtylo of ptoturos far suporf&r to the Daguerreotype, Cryatallotyn* or Tftlbotywo. ThfS flre..ton»9a AMJBRt»XYrEB.-—tijQ- pibocaa foi wkiiih bpaUnUd io tlto UnitedStatw Ureat Uriti\iimnilFrmico.H'llicfc ptoturcg aH cq»K)d«4 to bt tho moitbotiatlful and ttnthftil' over prodded bj tlio Pb-oiQgrnphlo art; nro not i"ovemd a* Dftguorreolypcr i\cd may H ebon in any light. They ttl«> poMcss tho rare PU'jwHy of being IMI'ERItSIIAULK. TUo Bx^ffdlng Ulricas, depih 'fllgthtauil ihn^e, wad r.ohncM of tone, \% -vfiBl.y «u)wrw>i to »H otlion—they ote rvlthmit the glaro ot Dattuorrootypes— they will last fur a#c» unchanged. Put up so us to !<l"nt two sides, and IjonuMfulIy ?olorcd—thin kinil of pii'turn~»for rtovftlty mid ux-I'CCiltn* boauty, la far abovo aU othcru by nny pro- CPiLi fflHHflOCMPr.l ^ Thc...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
For th$ Democratic Watchman. THE #rtat SStest unb^nnnj) $m\\ bt fraiwh. srnniKtn CHAPTER Vir. Chicago an& Qalnta Hailrond—Vtsaription 6/ thi Coiituit*—StepAensonElginBilvidtrt, Rockford and Frtcpart conntitt, tic. Wo havo now, carefully, in the foregoiffe chapter disposed of our views and descriptions of the country a^ong the Chicago and St. Louis road. We shall now proceed to a short dr.script jon of that country through which tho Chicago and Galena railway paiscs. The Chicago aniKinlona. road 13 said, to be the br«t paving road tn life tTnitcd Stati h, »ii>i judging from the amount of business done upon it, and tM* densely inhabited country it passes through, we wou|<V feel ronviuced that it does an extraordinary bu- The road is a pretty good one, but vtc have rodo upon bettor; at some places it is v«ry uneven and nmglt, aixl at oiW*agaia it is viry ni'.-o nnd ^ Uvtl. Tho cars are well fipi"-h<'d, J;nt nothing I'xlri. and their rale of speed id...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
" TIIE LOSTBANKNO7 BV A n'TlHSD ATTOHNKY. For Urn present, with ity s,cieno joys, I sometimes looU baek U|Htn tlir pnst, with its trials and its .Htrut>;lcs. In any qmel home in the co.'.ntry I feel ub tliough the battle had Immiii fiina'-' *'i ' i1»vm9^w to me life has'been a busy, bustling tic-cue, and here, lu}vy quiet libra|-^ f amouudtd hy the «'cU-thu*' iCtl volumes urBpr^^om. Outty, and ttreiu fellews, 1 f«l ai (hough I had completely enii-rgcd from the din of the world, an I that my heaven had commenced here on (¦ .'. th » ¦ In tluitv } j.ir> ul pruutr-c I ha\u hceu an actor in many a liTu-diaina, which may possess to others some portton of lh» »it«r'"j f vriiii w hn;h 1 ifl".ir',!~iL!l??iliLi,~l"lL"" >r( ' ^"ur my own ninu.scment, however, tiian for the edification ot tlio icu'ler—thoughj trust my nairnti\o may not l>e without it4 mor.il—1 traiuciibu from the p i^e of niejiiorj' :i:i incident fijrni my cxpenenci.-. I was seated in my ofli...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
Xr I DENTS //V T1IH WAR OP ISti. ' "l'OllTUNR FAVOIIS TH» BUAVB." ' A military ofneen4t*ith whbm wo haTO Ipn^ been intimate, lulntas tivo incidents connected witli Crojrluii's pnllant defenca of Fort Stephen.ion > Ixilh of whioli afTord' Btrong positive proof of the above quoted adage ' " Kh tfie IMtTsh «nd Indians, in their operation'., had violated the pledge eud usage of civilr/.ea 'VrTLTTttrv, ^^y'"^**i^ftaVj Jiuitdecijfc poun^r-, SumWU&brt&Vt «00 &&£& ' , troops-wid Ilia! nmnber of Indians.) hadmutually ap-ecd to ijtaii^ their ground to &• ' last, ami .sell their lirre its dearly as po»«Tr We. ' ¦ When all w»s ready, tho British commaiitier sent a messenger, Under a flag of truce/ to treat for a surreiKler of the Fort. Crog-* ban. pointing to him as ho approached, exclaimed : , • "It will not do to let him enter bore and sec our weakness; who will volunteer Jui meet him ?" As it nas pretty certain that whoever shoul...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
Mb. Bihuanan's ac;k.—The New York Tribune speaks of Mr. Buchanan as " past his iCTOUtivtli year." As Mr. II, says tho Troy Bruieet was lint sixty-Qiu in April lajftj ho will eervo out his first presidential term before, he readies, the age the- Tribune given liini. Mr. B. is younger than cither Jqckson, CisH pr Taylor were on their nominations, and is'in tbo full ripeness and vigur of intellect and physical heauh. His recent gOJQUTO i» England, wh< n- \k won the adiiuratiou anu respect of nil Em ope by his -solid -abilities, li»a grratly improved his health, in tho enjoyment of which, together with the dioccre conildeuce of hU countrymen, he ha*, lately returned with unosteiitatious maiiuars aad. a truly American heart. !Tjre Pkopli:, wiu- puRNiaii him with a Hall.—The following prophetic paragrap happefcrrd in tho New York Journal of Commrrct:, "The Know-Nothing Councils of Philadelphia-.hnvo refused tho uso of tho Hall of Ipdepeiideucu for the reception of tho lion. Jam...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
..* — _ - jon. PftiseiDENT, 30BUCHANAN, Q» PENNSYLVANIA. ' . '' •' ^Jl VICE PRKSlDENt .v i!#I C, BRECKIMRIDGE. ••'• »¦- OF KENTUCKY . ' -¦»• r f0J»<!ASAL OOMMrBtflONBR WORGE SCOTT, ?J' ' 6» OOtPMBrA.COUNTY. • +: , ' JTOH AX'OI^OR GENERAL, JACOB FRY, Jr., ¦! OP mohjuomeh y County. ' -i- " ,"- FOR BURVKYOR OENKRAL, TIMOTHY IVES Off POTTER COUNTY, Dnaoonttip Eleotoral Ticket. B»NATO1UAI,. tjBARLEB R. BUCKALBW, ' WTLBON McCANDLKSS. EKPRESENTATIVK. tHitrlot lit—OEOHGE W. SfEDINOSB Do. Id—PIEUCE BUTLKft, -Do. _ ad-JJRWAKP WAKTMAN.. D». 4th—WILLIAM H. WITTIK 1)0. 6th—JOHN MCNAfR, ' , Do. 8th—JOHN H nitlNTON, ' ' Do. Tth-tDAVIDMUKJf, Do. 8th—CIIARLB8KKUKLEK, .• Do. gt6-JOSKI»iI 1'ATTKKSON, Do. JOtli—IK A AC 8LEKKER, ¦ Bo, - lllh—FRANCIS W HIMHE8, DO. ISUi—XilOMASOSTEUHOUT, .Do. 18t»—AIIH.MIAJIKDINOER, Do.. 1Mb—HEI/'JIKN WIL1JKII, Do. lMh-UI-.UIlUE A CRAWFORD, Do. ieih—JAMI ri ULACK, Do lTtfi—1J J. HTAIILE, idJo. ldth-JOHN I> RODDY, ¦Witt mth—JACUIt TURMBY, rifSW. 201U—J ...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
^^Mmm bt a. d. rnnrmew, 'tla morn*—tho aea brovsa isemi to bring j Joj, faealth, andfreihncM,or fti wing; Bright flowera, (omeill atringe and neW, Are glittering in the earl/ dow, And porfumes rise from every gror«( As Inoenie to th« oloudfl that mote Like spirits o'orjoi) nolkln olaar; But I nm sad—thou art not here! 'Tis noon—a oaltn, unbroken sUep In on tho blue ware ofltie dtep ^ A coft pnto, like a rairy iir»*ni r la floating orer wood and itretm, Ami innnj a broad and magnolia flower, Within Us ahadowy woodland bower la gleaming like a loneljr itar; But I am tad—thou art afar! "Tla eve—on earth tho sunMi tid** A re printing their own Bd«a dyof; Tho aUrfl oomo down and trembling glow Like bloasoms on tb« wavo b«h)W, : Aud lfko an nnseco spirit, the breeia Bocma liugring 'mid the orange trcti, Breathing tta mualo round tb« ipot; But I am sad—I no thee not! "Ha mUhfgtit—with aaoothlng spelt Tho f&r-off tones o^ oocaa tw«II—Sort a* IK© niWfrtt's Bad»ro» «ftd f - ""...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
OCCUPATJUN What a good thing it is for tho human heart. Those who work hard seldom yield themselves up to fancied or rc«r^«orroir. When grief sita down, folds its hands, and mournfully f«cd.i upon it* o^n tears, trowing the dim shadows that a little o^erti^ri ' miglit sweep away, into a funeral pall, the strong spirit is shorn of its mig ht, jard sorrow btcoiucs the matrter. When trouble* flow dark and heavy, toilnot with the Warn ~r wn-stlo not with the torrent!— rather s«ek by occupation, to divert tho dark wares that threaten \p oTcmyhelm you, into a thousand channels ' which Iho dufy p T I!Te always prc-•onts. Bcforo you dreaW it, these watefs will ISrtiliJie the present, and gire birth ' to fre^flow ers that iu>y becomp pure and holy in Mn»hine which penetrates to the paths of Si^j iH apite of every obstacle.: (jWef after a4l,;is -tn»t * Setflsli Gxtippi tad mo^« Klfish is the " mi^wbo yields htin«e>f to tb^ indulgence UfPjT pwsioO ib»t taints W> j^ t...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
rWKCirLrs, Not Men.—I he conclusion of tlje leading editorial article in tho Nashville. Vmun of Tuesday last in as follows : J>Ono thing we predict with the most ptrfeet certainty— all the bickerings they may have will b« over men aud not over pnnctpln. they will be a unit on the question of ft p latform. Democracy is tho panic everywain.' ltd nationality will secure it against ¦any internal feuds upon all tin' important questions of principle. And therein coutiisU IIb strength and ib> prule- -tlw i.alVly add stability of tho Hovrrnnicnl. 1-Aeiy member of the Cim liniali Convention nii^lit torn black republican to-morrow itml the Dtlftoaratic party would still remain inlic'. Its foundation is based upon the great cardinal doctrines of civil and religious liberty, XL «trie> ootmlruotion of lh« constitution, and Iho sovereignty of the States. Men arc, therefore, but fta advocates, not its vital pwll."
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
. IQMK AKD »XACT JMTli)* 1o JLLI.. TH*OTOT'HSOLISH DEMOCRATIC, NEW6-( •' -PAtfBR IN CENTRE COUNTS. PBllrfVQ'AKD rtTOtlflltllD BVRRT WBDHBIDAr , BV s :;; ¦ henry hats. TB/flM6—*1)SO In advanceor If paid within »U .MtUtha. |l, 00-will bo oliniBoil on alliutuorip' tnai/dnnluji fc' the cmldf thr year. ADvMKTISEMl'N'1'H and Builncta Notloct I inerted at t^e u flual rntc«, »nd eiory duorlDtlon of , «•¦«* "" :»• *»»iijj-T3;3Nr<3-. EXECUTED ia tbo radteit mnnnor, at tho lowest prlo«>, Md/Vllli tho utmoet dtlpatch. Having j)(lrtb»ed • largo iwihotion of typo, wo >ro pre. paroaMo ¦»tijfj Uio ord<ir» af cur frlonda.
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
A naprvt lwso*.~*A lamw in <)«*>. l»»t f.H, pat \»p M* i^heat «*>?. ft "**i(^^*;t . in mm*tj he ¦ «s<# it *;flB s ' m-April Jje' .^td. to . tall«» ' ;.%mWM. wijl jotoblbk.^i' or W,9*~ r .v...'iJr--* ' •>'*" ¦ .Ifyt • I ¦ i — it ¦ ir.**. i T-M- l - ; '.' •' } ¦o a^.^hi 6axbw^m^^fl60ftf^ MajrWrtrart mS&^^S^'^f^** i ¦ ''¦ ¦'' . ' ^ i ' , " ¦ . ¦ ' ¦
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
¦' . ''' EcRtlraljtaniftK. ' +I1b Hemocratic Ktato Contral ComjoittM of T«nnsylvania performs a pleasing duty In directing the attention of tho .pcoble to tht nominations mndo by tho National Co ' tiTention, on tho Oth of June, 1800. The Incf. ilcnts which prcccitel, accompanied and Ibtlowed that decision of tha representatives of tho National Bemocracy, ~BMe inspired tho felicitations of patriotic mejo in e»ery. part of the cuuntry. The toic«of th» feoplo, faithfully roprciented at Cbolimati, gratcmltj- ' respond* to tho action of the G&V, vcnUon. The result bad icsjeely been »a-, ngunccd beforo it was welcomed, in «t*ef Stotipr thc-odiifedtracr. TWld tile t$&*» J of tlic poopl(i confirmed the earnest, all pee vading and deep-seated sentiment ia fsrorof our ilistingui»hed i 'sUte«man., Since the time when the masses proclaimed "their preference, for the hero of New OrlmM Bosuch tlcinortstration has been/ witnessed in tha United States, Tho harmonious example nf ...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
EDITORIAL COIIRESPQND KNCU LakOastbe, June 17, ISfiO. At hnm(r*onco more. There ia something very pleasant in tho thqught, oven after an aliseiic -o of a feir short monUM, to find yourself at home—in your old homc-r-embalmcd as if'is with tho sweet memories of childhood, boyhood and manhood. I novor visit Lancaster without an emotion of pleasure, or leave it without a sigh of regret. Hut tliQ old home is changcd~tho old familiar faces hsAro passed away—tho playgrounds of youth have become tho business marts-—tho blooming maid the stuid matron—and tho lazy school boy, who lingered on his ^y, af-ttmUIV o'clock boll mmmraeA him io his studies, has become the mnii of care and truclo. These arc tho common mutations of Time—and as years roll on, 1 tremblo whilo standing beside tho old familiar home-hearth, to l,hliik. that I too nm growing old. t trcm-Ucd, as passing through tho i<o)i>inn city of thu dead, to mark the sad memorials of depatted friends; and yet there ...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
PABtT-WSIONti For more than ton y*ars, thore have been l» existence a varieAy o£ politicnl «rpani»- tlonB . -which have sucjeoded only in convulsing the country withialso issues, and thus Viving into cxtreitiog men whose choice of government differed with their Iretlcr judgr ment. A review of these cliciucs present the extraordinary lact, that the ba'iifl upon which thoy.rested aiid now rest, is ' a hostility to Democracy, l'liey arc incited to activity only by 'this Bingle Idea—and wo doubt if ever there was « political party, however remote its existence, "but was started for tho same purpose, and At last Ml ' beneath the irresistible growth wC Domowatip principle*. As parties were heretofore, formed, suoh parties to whiohw . »*lludo, they strove more for men than mensurcn. It was witli the leaders a game for ambitious aggrandisement, ano'ln the race for po*er,«whbccanie anxioui far tho destruction of Uio other. Whtn any" great crisin occurred, these cliques, north and sou...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
THE'REPUBLICAN rLA'lVdRW The platform of the hybred refonnora, yclept Republicans, Is one of tlioso strangt specimens of political tergiversations which it is almost impossible to deal with sensU bly. The resolutions sat out with the hypocritical nrofessionn of attachment, to the constitution and a veneration for thoSe brave men who framed and passed that immortal instrument, and then the author plunges into a tirade of denunciation, of »H_ laws passed under its sanction which happened io conflict with his peculiar ideas of, the i ightfinf the colored pnjmlntiniioflhocoiinlry, indeed, the platfoim is nothing more than aieiifu'sli of that ^tulo jargon with which l>.avid \\ llniot h:i > lieen insulting the ears ol the people of 1'ennsy Ivauia, for the lost eight or ten ^(nrs.und wedQ not know which to dexpisc uiosl, his impudence in thus forcing himself ujion the notice of thn people who linvc so often repudiated him or life* im-iulacity in attemptiu}; to give th...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 25 June 1856
rut: news Juhn C. Fremont, the noromce nf the lleimbUctn ptrty for th« l*reHnltfncy, pit€a }>T.i m>Elio»tion more to hnt reputed wr*lth ' t)»n lQ_hJs_a2l!jlij»J_ Mjrrice. His lifo liu not btcn np-nt in thu councils of thd country, or in political cabinets. llt,s UibU-u led him to wild adventure in new countries, and ni an explorer of western wilderness. He wm bom in •South Carolina, in 1K1.S, and ik now in his -HJd yar. His father, a Frenchman, dutl when ho WiW t>uly Tour years of age, aiut Kit moUicx u'aji left dependent. He rrr^ivtMl a gpod cdD'-atiyn in t'harlejjion CoUeRP, fliroujli Uie lumlne-* i>f m< ml.s ; cultset^ucntly UnghC AlaiiumalKs, and then turned Inn attention to Civil " BnRWtnng, and was noon after api»n)Ud a Lieutenant nf Engineers. In 1842, lie explored the Rocky jiounUms by a new line. In this t.\y(ditioii it was that savtral of hi* men f;o! lout in the snow and |J> rished from starvntioii and exposure, fnj 1843, ...