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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

Aiutrr AL OF THE STEAMSHIP WASHINGTON. I . niGHLT mrORTlXTHWiFROMEHflrE! -s . ' Bank of France Suspended—Commencement of a Financial iicwlsiun »» France—i'rozress ofthe Resolution—Riot and Revolution in Vienna^-Resignation and Flight of Prince Mettcriijich—Riot and Destruction of his House—Riot and Revolution in Ber-])n—The Kinghf Prussia Friglrfened and 0'>stinate—.ill ylurope in a state of Revolulion—'l'he Markets, §c. Tlie steamer Tfasliinglon arrived at New York on Friday cvijning with Liverpool dates D the '21 i-t of .March—eight da} s later than by the Caledonia. | A monster meettnc was to have been lield i,i lhiblin on the ^'th oY .March, but no report ],atl been ret eiveil jjvlien the Wasl.iugton left. Th.> LorU Mayor rlfused to call it, ami Smith' D'l'iicM liad done jo on Lis-own authority.— tlie British Government was making prc-poralions to suppress ir| Steamers were being armed and soldiers chibarked for that country from Knglaml. aiftiei] atinj; th...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

iFurther Ffcm Yucatan. . . (jitirs Brsrrtril hy the Inkliitnuls!'. 60)000 Indians In tlie Field ! I Tffr nf Ej-trrminat'on Threatened!* Thel schooner Monanto has/arrived at Mo- bile bifnging advices from Uciitral America to tic ¦Jl' .jSh'ult. WliCn she sailed .nff.iirs in the I'ctiinsula were ill a most jvietihed condition. ~ Tl'cl Indians were threatening the whole Hp.-inisth rare with extermination. Y'jil|tlidid and Izamcl, after bein^' defended for a ifing time were at last deserted before receiiinj as^ii-tnncp. and tarly in March the inhabitants repaired to Mcrida. W'h|n the schooner left the Indian's to the nunibe-l of 50,000 to 00,(10(1 surrouned Mcrida'; and th| inhabitants hourly anticipated an attack. iSThey had held a large meeting and sent petitio&s to Commodore Perry, praying him not to |eave them but to protect them from their ! savagi&cncmies. « Commodore Perry, however, -repaired from Sisal tS the island of Carmcl on the; Kith ult , - ¦...1 .../*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

lilARiP «DM|L Tbe Farmer. The farmer's lifesis happiness! For who docs bot admire - --His well-filled grloary and barn, " All to bis hearl's desire. , The wide spread field, tho yellow corn, ^-TAe squashes, lieans, and beet, AlF'telljthat be bits labored well: . ' His harvest is ^replete. ** WTnVfirfmer's Hfte|s happiness, '¦>•¦¦¦ i ; With fields-wep covered o'er; *" ^Wlth-wheat, thalfbandp beneath its weight ''!I 'And plenty at |pis door j; ~ "The cabbage heajl, thepuropkin vine, The oats and fhiglisji bay, ¦ Proclaim that Gold has crowned his toils, His labors to repay. -, .-fe - i a ¦/ ! The^farmer's lifels happiness, He has enough for all; • He hears the orphans when they cry, "'• ' Ho answers to|their call; And God Vill surety him reward, Ah hundred tlipusand fold, ...,.And'tu,Fn bis poorest tillage land, •'. Into rich fields of gold.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

- ., Rearing of Poultry. -^- .. . ik n - ¦ ¦ i : As tho-time to lay the groundwork for raising poultry is at hand, we will respectfully call - attention to the subject by briefly stating our plan for the management ef each variety usu-': ally raised on th.c fajrm; as we hold it to be intimately connected jwith the success of each, we .wilLstate that pbultf-y houses should bo thrice a year white-washed, at all times kept clean, well ventilated, andijhavo freshly slacked lime occasionally sproatf^iver.tbc floors ; that there "should be coustaatlyikcpt convenient to tbe hen hiiiee.-accessible to! the chickens, deposits of told plaster or lime and heaps of ashes and sand. !Tbc plaster and limij being essential to enable ] the-'liens to form thlj shell of their eggs, and i the ashes and sand jbecessary for tbcm to dust in, as protection against tile chicken lice, which So annoy all fowl's, jjboth old and young, and which so often kill the lattcY. Young ChickenM—As these are batched...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

; New Advertisements. : Admlnlstrator'ai Notice. NOTICE is hereby givcnjlo all persons injidebicd to the; estate .( ELliZABETH COOjht, d.cc'd, late uf Jcssup Township, to make immediate p-iynii'ii!, and nil persons having clainis against said Eit.iie arc requested io present them to the subscriber tor st-ulemcnt. ERASTUS V. COOK, Adm'r: Jessup, Feb. 29, 1848. - r NEWliAPGOODS,^" tl tfiST received from New; York and iciH be sol.l from 10'to 30 per cent loss than ever before offered in this market. Grateful for past favors, I hope by frljr dealing an.^/oip prices tp merit the patronage pf those who buy goods in this market. M H. J. WEBB. Montrose. Feb ^ lGj 1848. IMPORTANT! TO FARMERS ! WM. M. POST Si CO. have now on handat ; their Hal and'Cap Stare, a quantity of first rote Ploughs and f lough points, which they off«r for sale, for Cash at ihe following reduced prices—Wayne county Ploughs at 84 75 Binehamton Pattern No. 3 1& 5 at 4 50 '*: Points 3 ~ and 5 40 Wayne counly "i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

^^fRbSiE^ SjALOON. WE^be undersigned lender our thanks to the people generally for the extensive patronage we have heretofore received in our lioeol mildness, and would Inform Ihem that we have rli^d upa new and i. SDimuD &ntaon, on the flrst floor oi the west door of J. N. Eldridge'«|Cobinrt Ware establishment, two door* west of (1. S. Wilson's Store, and opposite I Li Posf ii-Go's. Store. PlenseJcall and we will be happy to wail upon you in; a belter style than we?rliave-been able to. do heretofore. We have on|fine room expressly for the Indies to eat Oysieisnnd Pic-nicit, &c. !AUo. we have n new andlsplendid style of China Toys, ol all kinds, tfre be»t assortment that ever was in nlootroie, which will be sold cheap; Confcctionaries, Rock Candies, and I _ Jujube Paste, upwnrdiof forty kinds, fresh from New York. Fresh supply of Slats, Itrocerlct, Flsrs, Prunes, Bal-I sins, ttc, PIES, an grrod|nsever. MINTS, API LES. &c. :CTGiftger-breBd,:Cal*es, Cracker...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

SALAMANDER.FIRE & THIEF PROOF CHESTS, Fire-Prorf Door? for Banks andSujes,.Sealand LeUtr-eopyihgjPretki, Palenl\Stile-lined Refrigerators, Water, filters, pdtept .^portable Water CJosrt*,ipieirdeil for tlje »jict and in firm. " , , ¦ • | . EVAiUS & -WAT^Hfl , 76 SOUTH THIRD STRlFET, (Off 081TE THE : PHILADELPHIA I EXpHANGE.) MANUFACfUREaailkee|j(coirislaritly on bund, a large assurtmenl of the nb'ovearticles. tondher with, their -Parent Improved Sainmnnder Fife-Proof S.ifcs,. wjh'ich ato so coiislrucled ns io set at' rest fill! manner of doubt ns to iheir being strictly firif-proof, and tha^ they will reaist the liro of anyi building.— Tht1 outside cases "f these Safe.l ijre made ol boiler iron, the i(i»ideeuse of so.iipstione, and between the outer case ond ihner,bnse is n space of some three irtcltes tlinikinndlji^iired in with indestructible rrintcrial, so us to rnake it an impossibility to burn any of iho "contents ins.de i.f this Chest. These Soapslone. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

WE8TERW If EW TOB* I * COLLEGE OF HEALTf|, . 207 Qbin street, Baffalo, N. T. J_ DR. G. C. VAdGHN'S VEGETABLE H'lWC NTRIPTIC ADVERTlSEi\tENT FOR 1B47 .— ¦ • I Came. I Saw, I CbjicniEaBD.;" is riiost enjph iti. cally llic case with this articlei Disease ha* c ver yielded to it. inosl marvellous medical pc*ci.— Wherever il has gone, and South America, Erfgla id, Canada, and the United State, have proved llitflr lib of this statemenl, the above quotation in astroji od pithy sentence, lei Is the whole story, invalids, the principle upon which you are cured may not be kne a-n lo you, but tlie result of a trial of the article ia.a isfuclory ; you arc.restored, and Hire secret of ills c ire remain, with llic proprietor. : Tlie Medicine i.i c riipound of22 distinct vegetable agencies; each individual root has its own particular, exclusive, medi in. al property, contircling witb oo. oilier r.ompiun I—ach root makes jls own curc--am] as a perfecj c m. bination, when taken intotbc system, it'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

,: '^jAtMealifk.ljaqafinrad nridaaj TogeHaklJB nedJctae. THESBj Pills are one of the best Medit.l Compounds in use at (he present day-As a commpn; family pbysie. for adminUiratior, in all temporary complaints'of the stomach tad bowels, heiid ache, colds, '&c.J they may be fully depended upon, and a .prompt use of them on the firstappearonceof indispMition wil||n. variably safe, much sicknesi. They are peea. liarly adnptidlo all cases of weakness anjgenl erol debility.rfany derangement of the system! and especially ¥ith females—arid asteady.urr, inlerrupteduse of them, in strict conformiiy with the directions will verjf soon restore the organs ofthe stomach to their natural lone and action, innd; regulate the bowels, and reDo»all ibe whole system.' , , Thcrq is po disposition to give exlraTaganl commendations of tbem. What is here stated is the result of cctuat 'experience witfj them' and that th(-6bgh a period of fifteen years. 11 is not supposed, or pretended, that tBey «...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 April 1848

r FIRE! FIRE! ! j THE subscriber having been appoint >d Agent of tbe Lycoming County Mull al Insurance Company for Susquehannac^un y, is prepared to receive applicutions fo* in ;u ranee, again&t loss by fire, in ajecordance w th the acts of incorporation and Bye-lu ws 'bf fee company. ~ >. | The great resources now possessed hfy t lis company at being much the most exleniivc in Northern Pennsylvania, offer very strohg n> ducements to all who Wish to bo secured a-¦ gainst loss hy fire, to become members, t ROBt. C. SIMPSON. Ag?nt. Montrose, October 1st, 1(547. | A Few Doors East of Public AVENUE, ON TURNPIKE STREErT, [S M. S. WILSOH STORE! j WHERE! can be found the.most extens ve assoriment of GOODS in Townp-n id am omy lounn out purchased as low and ma ly articles lower than elsewhere—be ban just i eplenisbed and added largely to his %reer stock. Dry Goods as usual in variety, and in addition, Carpeu, Ruga, Wihdow-Shad«&. I a. per Hangings, e...

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

TERMS OF 4fH£ DEMOCRAT." &1.50 aycar,tCpiiidia.|advance, or%2,00 if paid at ibe el „r of Hie year. * 2 3 ci*. charged for postage if carried at the publisher's erfifi..-'*. . •' n.^continiian-esopiionali except wlien arrearages or* paid. ArrinnsB^rxTB one dollar pcrwiuare- of twelve lines, or l»i«. lor thr first tltreeinseftions, mid iwctity-fiTrcenu forevajsulj-pguentins^rtion. A liberal discount will be madetn iji^"** who nd vert tec by thfc year. {r7~ Business lettereandjcommunicatlons for the paper toast br r-nT piiP to ensure attention.

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

POfcTRY. -From tbe Gazette of the Union. IftE nODlflD TEiBS HESfCE. Bf GEO. W. COOfiE, late of n. S. ARMY. ¦Who'll throng th|se streets in eager baste, One hundred years from now: And Mammon's fleeting phantoms chase, With care-worn, anxious brow; Togaina4namc For wealth or fame—' ¦ „. Ambitionls goal. Or honoris scroll—¦Who. who, ¦ will b| that spell-bound tbrong, Passing, with baity steps, along. One hundred tears from now? Where, oh where; will be the men, One hundred Jjears from now, Who now the virijuons poor contemn, With pursc-prfmd, haughty brow.'—Who iriyeia sneer. To misery's tear— ' Withhold- relief, To orphan's grief—Where, where. w|th|onscjence bald and sere, Wi;l such unheafenly souls appear, < )ne hundred Vears from now ? Where, oh wbcre|wfli be those forms of grace, One hundred tears from now Yi ha lure us ia tpe giddy ' chase,' And at whose jsbrinc we bow ?—The raptfired kiss. The dreafes of bliss, The pliggted row Of loversjnow—Where, where, wfll be ...

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

MISCELLANY. . : , . 'I -. :—; . From (lode's Lad\'s Uook, for April. Sf)PHY. )-k TILE. BY MISS-iblEETI M. DCKCAJf. » ~~ QConcludecT. ' ) Emily's marriage took place in June, and she left her father's house for her new home, without any wish! expressed on the part of Mrs. Ellis that she should again revisit it. Bobert Ashleigh, the following autumn, went abroad, to travel in-Europe tiff his thirst for wandering should be satisfied—a thirst.recently induced, by the bitternessjand irritation which his disappointment had^ceasioriedi! Ashleigh felt Emily s conduct poignantly. Endowing her as he bad with all the Charms that surrounded his i-¦!?-., ue had lavifhed upon her all hb warm affections, without suspicion or guile. ' The shock, the disappointment were proportionably severe, nor is it -surprising that he left his country a skeptic in woman's virtues, a doubter in her truth, ,'i Nothing is so wounding to a man's vanity, asjjto doubt his own penetration and judgement, god nin...

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

THE D1M0CMT. - _i£ . 0. G. HEMPSTEAD, Editor. Montrose, ..: April 30,1848 FOB PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, Subject to decision of'the National Convention FOB CANAL COMMISSIONER, Israel Fainter, Of Westmoreland County. Death or Me. BfcACK.—Robert Black, Esq., member of the House of Representatives of this-State, -from Mercer county,'died at Harrisburg on Monday w#ek, the day before the -adjournment. ¦' FnHy In the Field. We mean Henry fjay. We have not for months, doubted that it was the design of Mr. <C3ay, and a large and by far tbe most.rcspeetahle portion of the Whig party, to again em-%laxbn his name as a candidate for the Presi-¦dency. This opinion pas been strengthened by numerous facts and events within the last few weeks, and was finally fully confirmed by a despatch that came over the lightning lines from Ashland a few days "since. Mr. Clay is now, as may be seen from his circular " To the Public," in another edlumn, a candidate again for the Chief Magistracy...

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

I Court Proceeding*. AdjInrBed Court-April Term, 1818. Saturday, April 15. The Commission of ChariesITinglet, Esq., as Associate Judge of tho Cojprt of Common Pleas of Susquehanna Co., itead, by Prothonotary—took his seat upon|the Bench. After disposing of several rules'; &c. the Court rose. Monday 17, 10 o'clock A. A/.—Court called. Present Hon. Wm. Jkssup, President, M. C. Tf ler Ac Charles Tinolet, Esqrs., Associatc|. On motion of R. B. Little, Esq., Owen B. Tyler was sworn and admitted to practice ajs an Attorney k Counsellor at Law. Also Elisjjja Richards sworn and admitted as an Att'y jjw. Grand; Jurt returned True bills against Jos. Conitantinc, for Larceny. Dowitt C. Roberts, (2 bills) Larceny. Benj. Birdsall. Forcible entry & detainer &c, (Continued to Aug. T.)| Charles Kelly alias Charles Me-AndrewB,|iBurglary & Larceny. Eliza Lee, Murder and secreting Bastard child. True bill on 2df;count. J. T". Baily, Bigamy, (Continued to Aug. T....

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

AJii^aatlfal Paragraph. The Ghetto of the Union has tbe following beautiful paragraph: «¦ France aud Frredom.—Tbe impression which tbe|late news from the French Republic has produced among us, is not an agitation of the surface. It has sunk deep into the popular heart, ind there works for our good. The thunder-storm of this gloripus revolution sprang from the| clouds which were exhaled from our battle - fields; and now the refreshing waters from |hose clouds sink back gratefully into our bo*>m, to nourish anew tbe growth of our liberties. We are emphatically the banner-bearers of tbe world's progress, and our land is a *ateb-tower, from whose ramparts the ever-burning fire of freedom invite and direct all nations to their destiny. France is but one of thej dead bodies, which the miracle of our national progression will awake to a glorious resurrection. There are a thousand other skeletons jpf despotism, which must be resuscitated andjelothed with flesh and blood; and to...

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

. Mr. Cluy'a laket Manifesto. The followini; is the'letter jof Mr. Clay submitting bis name to thje National Whig Convention: as a candidate; for the Presidency, alluded to in another place of this paper. Such is the important attached to it by his friends that it was telegraphed all the way through to Now York ts fust as-H was written. So say the papers: •- , ! To the Public. - Asulasd, April 10, 1848. The various and conflicting reports which have been in circulation as to my intentions with respect to the next Presidency, appears to me to furnish a proper occasion for a full, frank and explicit exposition of my feelings, wishes and views upon that subject. This it is now my purpose to make. With a strong disinclination ,to the use of my name again in connection with that office, I;loft my residence in December last, under determination to announce to the public, m some suitable form, my desire not to be thought of as a candidate. In my absence,! frequently expressed to di...

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

Simmarf of CtBertl jlitelligtnce. | .The schooner Sam'l NoyjBS, iorVCuba, h wrecked in lat. 40 20 N., Ion. 67145, onlth 22d February, and all except one of the new six in number, perished.——The; New Yorl Organ has received authentic information b the Hibetsda that Father Mathew has beefor dered to Italy, and.will not be able to visifthi oonntry before next autumn.^—Tho Suprein Court of Ky. has lately awarded $2,500 dina ges to Cassius M. Clay for the destruction: c the " Tn» American" printing ontce, in lf4^ The report of the defeat of Col. Rail) a El Passo,lis generally discredited,-!—A shoe of an Earthquake was felt at Norfolk: and Zsfies ville, Ohio, on tho 6th inst.-!—-Of the 34,000 000 of French people; 16,000,000 are unable t read, and 9,000,000 dnly are able tbjwrite.4-t-It is said that Madame Bishop has warble $44,000 into her purse since she arrived iff thi country:—;—The Wheat crop in Maryland; an Delaware is said to be quite promising —-|Th followers of Hahnemann, t...

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

BOTERNOB SHUNTS BANI TbTO To the Senate and ^ House of Representatives: Gentiemen :—The hill entitled " An act to eItcnd the charter;of the Bank of Chambersborg," has been presented for my approval. The charter of this bank will expire by its ovra limitation on the first Wednesday of May, 1850, and the present hill proposes to extend it for a further per|od of ten years from that d»U. The bills to) extend the charters of the Farmers' and Drovers' Bank of Waynesburg, the Columbia Bank and Bridge Company, and the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Philadelphia, are also before me. The charters of these Institutions will expire by their limitations in May and November, 1849, and it is proposed to extend each of Ihem for ten years from the time of their expiraiion. The importance and responsibility of giving or withholding my sanction to the renewal of the charters of these institutions as well as others of a similar! character, which may be presented during the present session, ba...

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

jFrain Ibt Ow—o Dally Gazette, Apr. u. \ Later from Mexico. The steamship Ohio has arrived at New Orleans from Vera Cruz, with dates to the 31st ult., from the city of Mexico, and Tampico, dates to" the 2d inst. The most interesting feature of the news, is that which relates to the movements of Santa Anna. I During the latter part of March, one of the Aids of Santa Anna, obtained a passport for. birft from the American commandant at OrizabS, and thence proceedcii to Vera Cruz, for thegpurpose of chartering a vessel to convey him away from the country. He chartered a brig.iwhich, at the last accounts-was lying off Antiq.ua, twelve miles north of Vera Crui, where Santa Anna proposes to embark, and proceed thence to Jamaica. A trjiin from the city of Mexico arrived at Vera Cruz on the 30th, under the command of Capt. labile. The,.troops consisted of the Louisiana foot, with a [jsquadron of cavalry under Capt. Bcsancon, a|d a company under Capt. Kerr. The train nlet Mai. Graham at...

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