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

. TERMS OF,»' THE DEHOCRAT." 4- • »t,50«y«r,irpn!dtia advance, or *8,0O If paid at ihe ¦Hast at We fear. '.; gjew. diarjed for poa&ga if carried at the publisher's exjeme. ^ b ¦ , DBcontraoannes optional, except when^armrafei arc paid. Ao'i«Tiit««im oncidollar persquarc of twelve linos.or hss, lor the 0»t three Insertion*, and twenty-fivecents forev* trf »uhseq.aentin»erHon.'' A liberal diacount will be made to tho«p who advertise br the yeafl £7- UusioeFs lettersariq cnninuinkations for the paper must l< roflT nip to ensure attention.'

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 April 1848

PGETRY From the Young America. THE ufsOLB LISAS. ¦ r " The .United Stitos claim to own more than one billion acres of unseated lands.—Senate Doc. 446, XXIX Congress, 1st Session. A Billion of acres' of unsold land Are lying in grievous dearth ; And millions of met) in the image of God Are starving all over the earth ! 0'. tell me, ye sons! of America, H iw much men's lives are worth ! 1 T.n hundred millions of acres good, That never kne\<f a spade or plow—And a million of souls in our goodly land, Are pining in want, I trow ; And orphans are crying for bread this day, And widows in niiscry bow 1 To wlnm do these acres of land belong ! And why do they thriftless lie ? And why is the widow's lament unheard ?^ And stifled the orphan's cry ? And why are tlie Poor-House and Prison full'? And the gallowsJtrec built high ? Tliose millions of acres belong to man ! . And his claim is;;—that he needs ! And his tide U signed by the band of God—Our God, who the ravens feeds. And th...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 April 1848

MISqELLANY. j Abby's Tear at Lowell. A Tali of Sclf-Dcnial. * ' 5 CfiAPTEB I. v " Mr. Atkins, IJsay ! Husband, why can't j vim speak ? Do jfou hear what Abby says ?" " Anything worth - Scaring ?" was the re-: fjiTijive question of Mrv Atkins ; and he laid' ¦kiri! the New Hampshire Patriot, and peered '•v.?r his spectacles with a look w'.iich seemed t' say, that an event so uncommon deserved particular attentiofi. , "Why, she sayl that she means to go to Liiwpll and work in the factor}-." '• Well, let her ]ro;" and Mr. Atkins took tip the Patriot ag^in. - "But I do not lee how I can spare her; tic spiiig cleaning is not yetj done, nor the swap made, nor the; boys' summer clothes ; and pu say that you^ntend to board your own men-folks and ke|p two more cows than you .lid la ft *•»«*• • ni-ivi I"fr»»i «^1*itt nnn osxinrnirit trr\ did last and Charley scarcely year; can go aline. I do not Sjee how I can get along with.-uut her." '* " But you say She docs not assist you about the...

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

10CNG MEN. Give us young men to direct the affairs of [ young countries. Young men are bold, adventurous, ardent andjiapiring. Not content with the present, they aim upwards, and generally aim high. Old men are generally conservative and consequently timid. They wish to keep things as they are, because th^y have monopolised the best of every thing yet obtained. Old men wish to keep what they have got, young meu to get what they canv Among farmers, old men plod" on, and laugh at the innovations • which young men call improvements. Among' mechanics, old tinkers shake their heads at new machinery. Among) physicians, old men bleed and blister and bucker, accordins to old books, established authorities when, they were young. Among preachers, old. men stick to creeds and platforms, and swear by Hooker or Hopkins. Old soldiers stick to- Frederick and Baron Steuben. Old politicians stack to their did mistakes. In vur Revolution, the old men, were Tories, who wished to keep what they...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 April 1848

Memotr-of JLtvuli Plihlppti. The Ex-King of the French was bprn in Paris, October 6th, 1773,.and consequent! jr is now in his 76th year. He succeeded ko the title of Duke of Orleans in 1793, aft^r the death of bis father, Philippe Egalite, wtio, tis well known, suffered by the guillotine in the sanguinary days of the Revolution. The Orleans branch of the Bourbon family, of [wl ich Louis Philippe is now the*" head, originate! in Philippe, a younger son of Loui* XIH.| ci Bated Duko of Orleans by bis'elder brotbei| L m-18 X ?V' Tlle first Dako o* Orloana wa4 t» ice married, his second wife beingEliiabeth|Ci arlotto, of Bohemia, grand-daughter of James I., of England; thus connecting the houses of Orleans and -Stuart, from tho latter of jwl om the Queen of England, Victoria, is descend! i. For many years Louis Philippe was fox led from France, travelling in various coun^rie 1 of Europe, and visiting tho United States! in Ida exile. While in Switzerland he engaeCd 1 s a teacher in ...

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

CiSSIUS M. CLAY TO pSIY CLAI/ From the New York Courier and Enquirer. ! New Yokk,! April 1^1848. Hon HENatx3 Cw.t : / Sik—In the; Tribune of this mormng^I find a letter dated Ashland, April Mtl 1848, ovtr your signature, the letter is addressed, I presume, to the! American people. Ifldid not know you well, the intervening space of three days only between this da Wand its arrival new;" would le|ad me to suspect its. authenticity. '^St your determination to allowr your name to 'go before the Philadelphia Convention as a candidate for the presidency had been in accordance merely tyilh your wishes and individual judgment, I should hare kept a respectful silence. But as your determination is based upon the supposed interest of the Whig party, I. shall venture/ unasked, to add my opinion to that of the numerous Whigs to whom you refer. When I tell you th|t royalty rarely hears the truth, you will think, no doubt, that I'repeat a very stale dogma, ;if not altogether out of place in...

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

.j; mntHif DAYS li4TER. .,.._,_ initsl; of the Packet Ship Dvehen ffOtleau, ^ And Steamer Sarah Sands. SYMPTOMS OF TjGESERIL ECROPEAN WAS! The Army of Russia ordered to Poland t—Great Excitement in France f—The Elections't Postponed.—Revoltpf the Workmen —JSkpeditioii to Belgium and Poland.— Wafjin Denmark,~Rusiian troops on. the Marcb.r— France and Pus)sia about to unite agajn' et Russia.—A Republic declared in Geiibiany. —The Austrians defeated by the Lombards.— Terrible aspects in Ireland. TheJPacket Ship Duchess <!'Orleans, and the Steamer Sarah Sands have both arrived at Now York since our last issue, bringing advices eight days later from England and tho Continent. '.. The intelligence is of momentous import. ¦ ' .'¦ i The; telegraphic communication between Liverpool' and London was cut off on the day the steamer sailed. The latest dates therefore received, are—From Liverpool; April 3d; London, April 2d; Dublin, April 2d; Cork, April 2d; Edinburg, March 31st; Pa...

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

I Stxn ti-om Mex|ce. The New Orleans papers contain advices from Vera Gruz to the §th inst., and from Mexico to the 5th. Santa Anna, accompanied by his wife ; and daughter, sailed for Jamaica on the 4th, intending to remain there a short time, and then proceed to Venezuela-and joic hit old friend, <3en.Paez. The American Commissioners, Messrs Serar and Cliffor'd.'.left Vera Cruz for the capital, the latter on the 2d, and the other on the 8th.— Gen. Scott was not expected to leave Mexico for several days. The Court Martial is slowly progressing, ibut is nearly devoid of interest. Its chief batteries arc turned against Gen. Pillow whom G?n. Scott.seems determined to demolish. ^ Paredes appears to meet with little success in his revolutionary movements near San Lois. He bas been arrested by order of tbe Supreme Government; and, no doubt, tried for treason. The road from Vera Cr?iv to Mexico is still infested with rotters. Hpy's Rangers succeed in capturing 14 of them on ...

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

TMPMOCRAT. 9. 6. HE1P8TEAP, Editor. 91 MtreM, .1 <.. April 3T, 1848. rjpR PRESIDENT, JAMSfS BUCHANAN, Subject to decision of the National Convention. roji ciiNiL commissions.*, ISRAEL PAINTER, Of Westmoreland County. SJ8F" We wis| to say to our patrons and correspondents, that all communications or other articles intended for the " Democrat," must be received by Monday night, and all advertisements; by Tuesday night, to receive attention the same week. ggrWe need] not apologise, we are1 sure, for devoting so large a space in our columns this week to the excjjting pews from Europe. We know it will be acceptable to all our readers, even though it excludes 'bur usual variety. i fg~ We learn from the Bradford Reporter, that Hon. David Wilmot, who was summoned by telegraph from Washington upon the death of bis child, reached itome in time to attend the obsequies on Friday following the fatal calamity. He was expecting to return this week. Rs-sominatbd.—The President has ...

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

A SteSrsa eaUmerlas;. We print elsewhere to-day the late letter of Cissius M. Clay to Henry^Clay as a part of the history of £he times, 'and in accordance with bur promis§ made last week. As such it is worth a perttsal, and a place on record. Whatever may Save been the motives of its author, one thi|g is very clear, and that is, that he has spoken with a voice more potent and appalling to bis name-sake and relative and his worshippers, than any thing they have heard since the' thunder of the ballot-box in 1844. In one point at least, all Whigs must agree, viz : that no man labored more assiduously and wjth n|ore efficiency during that campaign for Henry Clay, than did Caseins M.; nor will many 'question the'truth of his prediction, that " Henry Clay can never be President of these plates." There is evidently a storm of portentous import gathering >iin the -Whig horizon. It is not alone Cassias M. Clay that severs the chain of man-worship, and menaces tbe hero of Ashla...

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

Ahnidiig gliTA—firtit Exeitcntit ia Wkthinrtoi. : On Saturday week, a Jarge party of j slaves, upwards of seventy in number, belonging in Washington and Georgetown, escaped; in the Schooner Pearl, Cw^gwres, bound to Philadelphia. They *§ircnoajoiissed , however, until some time on 8«Usday, l when, in the midst of excitement and confusion, a steamer was got in readiness, armed with muskets and other weapons, and started In hot pursuit down the Potomac. About two o'clock, on Monday mecning, the "piratical"; craft was discovered in a small bay at the mouth of the river, captured and towed back, fugitives and all, to Washington—the lattau^with Capt. Sayres, a person named Dayton, (Iri^h tydchartered the schooner,) and another named ChesTEetsE juffish,' being consignedlto prisoft. The greatest excitement prevailed, and the latter individuals were only saved from extreme personal violence by the crowd, by being conveyed to the prjson in Hacks, which were pressed by the authorities f...

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

SBBmirjr »f Geienl latelligenee T^hcre has been a most. disastrous gale on Lake Erie. Fifteen vessels were run ashore witoin twelve miles of Sandusky. The steamboat Oregon was nearly wrecked, having reached Cleveland with great difficulty, and with the losstof her smoke-pipe and rudder. The steamship United States, now on ber trial trip to Liverpool, was spoken by Cant. Nye, of the packet ship Henry Clay, on the 12th inst., 72 hongs from Sandy Hook. She had averaged 230 miles a day, was going at a rapid rate, and appealed magnificent The steamer Niagara wasidrivon ashore on Lake Ontario during the gales of Monday and Tuesday week, and wholly lostf Three buildings were .'consumed by fire In Washington on the morning of the 19th inst* A man named Wheedon, saved himself from' the flames by leaping from a three story window with a child inhis arms.——The extensive grocery warehouse buildings of Gen. Patterson, (who is now in Mexico,) in Pbikv delphia, were consumed, by fire on Tues...

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

A UTTXE UtTER. Arrival of the Acadia, The steamer Acadia arrjved. at Boston on Sunday •yening. The news by her U but little later, yet is of considerable importance.— We regret oir|^baty toigive more than a synopsis of itthawetk. WeW^B&r.from Ireland. The general wmsMikwo* the Continent has gone on mcrcasmg^^f^K'' ;', 6" The repoi^rinlnTrlctioii in Lombardy is confirmed, with the further important feature that tbe£wg of Sardinia at the head of an army of 30,000 troops, crossed from the Piedmontcse territory into Lombardy. issuing as he passed the frontiers a formal declaration of war against Austria, and marched direct to Milan Ihe Austrians, defeated at every point, fled as ho_ approached, and having successively been dnven from Parma, Brescia and Desseniano have endeavored to establish themselves on the line of the Mincio. The Italian Duchies have burst out into open insurrection; Modeda and Parma are revolutionised; and Venice, which.has been dying dally since tbe...

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

New Advertisement! Z J*- BUM B. lasWE. I . MILLINER & DRESS-MAKER4at Amos Williams', up stairs, Springville, Pp. TkrMarh by Day Ustit. Wi;«»«Hfll:!' •J UST ree'd bvl Sle.m 4 Hor«. p|w« r from New York, Pnn*., Lawns, Leghorl i other Bon*ets, RObons Summer Stujfs,i S iuwls, Gloves, Rosette 4- other hair Combs. Jotton Batttng, aim Gents. Leghorn Hatsjsh Ming &c*c. which will be sold exceedinghl <w fbr cash or most kinds of barter by <§ lir More Goods next-week. I Montrose, April 26th 1848 •' I New York & Erie Rail R ad sv ^*£^.^kiiz FOR PASSENGERS—Leave! ] fEWYORK from the* foot of Duane St.Jat 7 o'- clock P. M. for Piermd«,Blauveltvilfe,( larkstown Spring Volley, M^naey.Rarnapfa. a on roe Works, Turners,Monroe,Oxord, CK*st r,Go-•ben. New Hmnpibo. Middletown, Huwe Is, Oilsville. and Pokt Jebvis. I poStN j?bY v°ih ""I ^iT"^'6 Places leave PORT JERVIS oi 6 A.M., and 3 PlM. Otisv.lie at «I 35 A M.. and 8 35 P. M.J & Md£ »«.wn aiTA M.. and ...

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

i^pigrisia^:':' JL HE Members of the "Jackson Troop - Cavalry!'are hereby noiified to meet at th*i houue at! Waller Olmsted, in New Milford, cc Tuesday the ninth day of May next, at nit ¦ o'clock A. M. armed and equipped as the lav' directs for drill. , TsTfiPHEN E.':CARPENTER, Cant. Harford, April 10, J648. r !•• ' mum iORiiRsr ¦ U ,i»in ;-44 ' ¦ ¦ ' Ml -"-HE Milhia and Volunteers; of Jm the Third BrbradeEiglithDi vision : (¦ .. Pennsylvania Militia will paradojSfe;- JUMf f°r training and inspection as fot-$sili?v KM lows: • ^ --^Mi^ HP . Tb*8d;Batullion of M Regiiiil ' Kl'--: went eemmanded by Cbl.-B.. Psm^ HI? rick, 00 Monday tbe 8th day ijoti^ U| Mayaext; -'}-'?«pP .H': " The 1st battalion' on Tuerfar'-^pP Maea9k»]ihe9th. i 1 ¦ n " Ths| Voluateer -Battalioo of- Washington Guards, and tho Third Volunteer Regiment will parade at sueb time in September next, as tbe commanding OA' cen shall appoint. -.. - \ AMHERST CARPENTER, 1 Brig. Inspector, jM Brig. 8tk Oiv. P. M. Brig. Inspec...

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

I Ssuq'st Co. Medical Society. - .j A regular meeting of tho Society was held on'the 17th inst. at tho office of the Sec. at Sldptrose, pursuant to previous notice, at which thej following proceedings were had. j several medical gentlemen previously proposed for membership were duly elected. 1 tleport of Committee on code of Medical Btiiics, recommended by the National Medical Association, deferred for consideration, to the nelt regular meeting of the Society. i jpommittee on preliminary education to be exicted of young men, before, becoming students of medicine, reported progress, dec., and were continued. "¦ Upon Resolution of tho Society,- Drs. Patrick and E. 8. jPark, were appointed delegates to Ibe Convention of the National Medical Association to be. held on the 4th day of May neit, at the city of Baltimore, the said delega^s to have power to appoint substitutes. Dnmotun^lie above, a part of the proeeldii^, were prdered to be published. Bocietv adionrned to meet on'Monda...

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

OBITUARY. Dikd.—In Bridgewater, bn tbe 23dinst, Mr. Waltik Shwast, aged 64 years. At his. residence in Alleghany County N/Y. on the 15tfa| inst.,]STKPBXii Witaoayaged 76 years, and one of ihe first settlers in this vicinity. ; In Harford, on the ldkh iijst., Mrs. 4>"* Piilst, consort of Jesse Pellet, da^eatad, 0 Caotsrlmry, Conn.l aged 87 years.

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

HFKmilU'P. Making aadsfreserTlng Butter. Tbe manufacture | of Butter is attracting inuch interest in thisi county, and if judiciously conducted, will handsomely remunerate the farmer. Tho following articlo contains many valuable hints, which if strictly followed would greatly improve the f quality and consequently enhance the price. p"hafrin 'regard ~A6salting is specially commended. The "objection strongest urged against Susquehanna Co. Butter is, .that it" is too salt. X Butter salted with the common Salina salt is not worth by 3 to 5 cts. >ia much as that salted with Liverpool ground Bait. It is also of th* greatest importance that tho Butter at each churning, and the salt'should he carefully weighed; in order to have it of uniform saltness, through the firkin. There is no reason why the Butter made in this County should not bring as touch in market as the Orange Co. . Alitde attention to the manufacture will do it. | -" Every farmer may have noticed that tho ,pric...

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

. ^¦gJgJtgj&UaWV^^S^aflaBBBBBBBBBBBS gH ' W^nSUjm^n^mm^mm^mm^^mm^m ^ mM^m ^^^^^^U m^Mm^Mm^Mm^Mmt9 fSS.\VuM.%»mm **w^ DR. Tf$WNSEND*8 SABSAPARIIAA THE! MOST EXTRAORDINARY MEDI • ICINE IN THE WORLD. , This cxirfci to rut op inquart bottles; It la all limes cbesper, plcasantfr, and warranlid superior to any sol.l. it enrra dln'ofes wl&oul vomlUng, purgli g, sickening or debilitating Uie patient. ,g GREAJ5 FALL AND WINTER MEJM} ;. ! i cine. . ,'; iMisrrreaSieaulvanilsiipriririrUy ol Uils medicine over all ollicrls, »19le It u'radlcnira dlBMrt^ Ilinvtrnral^tlB'lKidy. It Ii nn-j nf III? verv host Foil and Winter medicines known ; It nhl only indlflo'the whole sy»t»m. owl streiij:tlien» Ihe prison bill It create" new, pi're and rich blond; a power possessed by no other medicine. And In tub lle» Uie, great secret oflls won dr-rlii) sneers. It ban frttormea within Hie post two yean ronrelll.an 35.000 cure? of .evert- ensrsol diseaso; at least 7r 000 erf lliess wi-re ennsl...

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

iiE.4XTa---nEii.Tii. TBB MOdT EFFE0TU Ai, of all KSOWN REMEDIES I)r. BRAKE'S PANACEA TUB ONI.T RADICAL ct»»E"ro» CO NSUMPTIONI! It ALsofifaiovEs »nd reitstsuitNTLr Cu»e« alloisba-: SES. *»191XO FSOst A* IMFURE STATE OF THE BLOOD y«: Scrofula, or King's Evil. RlrerJinaliam,>Jbiilin»le Cutaneous Elruplinna, Fnnplrs on Ihe face, Blotches, : Bilcsi Clironic Sore Eyes, Rine Warm or Teller, ' Seald Head, Enlargement & Pain of the Bones 4E. Jiiinls, Stubborn Ulcer", Syphilitic Symptoms. Sciatica or Lumbago, diseases aria, iiig from an injurious use of Mercury, tpropsoy, Expoaurtor Imprudence in ': lifei also, Chronic Constitutional ¦ dtsordcra. In this medicine-several innocent but rcry potent articles of the Tcgilablc kingdom aire united, forming a compound entirely different in its character and properties from any other preparat ion, and unrivalled in ila operation on the system when laboring under disease. It should be in the hands of every person, who, by business, or...

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