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

j coliTegej gi^balI'hI \ 207K»^srtTecrt,B<Wo,M.Y. i 4lUG. C. VAUGHNS VEGETABLEJLITHON P TRIPTIC ADVEUTISEMENt FOR I.8|7.-•$ I Came. I Saw, I ConaueaED;" is most einjlwli | ally the case with -this article. Disease liasTcvc iliclded to its most marvellous medical pov|er—jvhercver it has (rone, and South America, England panada, and the United States have proved thejlruil jftliis statement, the above quotation in a strong am pithy sentence, tell* the whole'story. "j Invalids^ tin Principle upon which you are cured majr not ha kjiowi ia you, but the. result of a trial'of the article is |attsfactory j you ate restored, and ihe secret of the}jcor f cmains with the proprietor. The Medicine iaalcom §ionnd of 22 distinct vegetable agencies; caclfindi Victual root has ils own particular, exclusive, mt&icin ^1 properly, conflicting with no other compo|ndiach ruol makes its own cure—and as a pcrfect|corn Gbinalion, wheh taken iutotbo system, it does thai wor [which nature, whe...

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

FIREI FIRE'. ! i THE subscriber haVing bnen oprminltd Agent ofthe Lycoming County- ^lult al Insurance Company for! Susquehanna coun y is prepared to receive \ applications lor in: u rnncc, against loss by fire, in nccorilanr|e w th the acts of incorporulion and Bye-luws;of t ie comparty. , :' -| ' ¦ >l . - Thr? grcal resources now pr^-csseii. P}' t! I» jcompiiny ns being, muchj the mpsl exferfeive in ! tNorthern Pennsylvnnin.-ofier ycry; str|ng i ri* ilucements to nil who wish to bq seodroJ ag liosl loss by fire, to become members. | ROBT. C. SIMPSON, Agpnt. Montrose, October 1st, 1847J i | A Few Doors Eaat ol PuM|o AVENUE, ON TURNPIKE STREET, S I.-S. W1LS« fTOftElf "l^THERE can be fopnd theimost extjensi re T T assortment of GOODS!in Towrjj—n id not otily found but purchased as toy/ andfinai y articles lower than elsewhere—ho hasjast rspleoialied and added jnrgcly,'tojo'is form ;r stock. Dry Goods ns usuni in I variety, bnd n addition, Carpets, Ruga, YVindbw-Sbadfs, P t*...

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

Tk* akaaadeaim laiyroved nrgeiatit Tegetablo ntesHclae, THESE Pills are one of the ben Medical Compounds in use at the ^present day. . . As a common family physic,for administration in all temporary complaints of tbe stomach and bowels, bead ache,: Cold*. &cw they may be fully depeodedfupooi and aprpmpt use oi tbem on the first appearance of indisposition will in. variably save rtiuch sickness. They are pecu. liariy adapted to all cases of ^eaknesta pd tea. eral debility—any derangement of the system, and especially .with females—and a steady, uni interrupted use] of them, lis strict conformity with the directions will ver^y soon restore ibe organs of the stomach to their natural tone and action, and; regulate tbe bowels, and renovate the whole systejm. -, ,; 1 There is no disposition to give extravagant comtriendations-ofthem. What is here slated is the result; effectual experience-.with them! and that through a period of fifteen years. II is not supposed, Or.prelended, t...

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

*! Usl received from New York and jmH he' •old frj. 10 to 30 per'cent.es; than e?ef b£ fore oflfed in thts market. Girateful fbr riosf it?0.1* J h9P» H fc-rdealipit and few prices to %£*#LP«ronageof those w>o buy £25, io' l !a. lMffiLe,/« w « :I , ' H- *< WBBB. f,Montgajf. Feb. 16.184,8. x . j! j »«GA.tt». --.'n—jllOWdo. do Portorico, " 8* » |»»4»1 do. Double refined loaf 121 •» tt*be a|r«^ >t ^. B0«BO^8 ^CO. ¦ i-i - Is

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

BaUamtUMler, fire, a»d Thief Proof! Cheats. ; Fire->Protf, Doors for JBanks and Stores, Seal and LeUtr-capying Presses, Patent Stoe-Kned Re frigeraloTs; Water yilttrsi [ patent portable MW C7ose/«, intended for Ibe sick ^and tn firm-. ' •;:; '' ! mni\^i^L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\WS ' ETANS tt WATSOSf, 76 SOUTH TjBlRD STRPET, (OPPOSITE ThE rHilksELF&'lA KXCHAIIGt) ^ MANUFACTUREand keep constantly 'on hand, a large assortment of fheabovoarticles, together! with ! their putdnt Improved Salnmnnder Fire-Proof Sifts, >l:icb are so constructed lis I to set ai rest nil manner ol doubt as to Iheir being strictly fire-proof, and that they will resist the Tiro of any building.— The outside cases ol these Sites, are made of boiler irtin, the inside case of soipstone, and between the outer case i nd inner case is a space of some three inches think, and U-filled in wilh indestructible materia, so as to make it an impossibility to burn any of the contents insde of ibis Chest. These ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

TERl4 OF " THE DEMOCRAT." »*' • 1,50 > year,t(jpai<iln advance, orfS,00 If paid ai Ibc g\mt oTioe year. 5 jj««-cliaiI «l/5)rpo«x«t«lf e«nl«l»t Ihe pnMtibrr't cxpttlK. I i OI«conlTDa»ncCT(jfUon»l , except *hen »nT*r»|u*r»pald. AoTftftTUcaxsri one dollar per square of twelve tines, or Isss, lor tbe first thf«e Insertions, and twenly-fivrcenis forev-,cj sn$sei)uentlnse|tion. A liberal discount will bd madetn ftosewho adverts* by the year. £y- Baalim leUeraandconunanicaUo&a for tbe paper must Le post rsio to eocure attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

POETRY From tke National Era. t TftB HOLY LAND. ;¦ The poems Of Lamartine are little known to ftagtish readers. We subjoin the following' version, which fce have attempted of dno of them, written on the ere of bi? departure for Palestine, and addressed to the./Academy of Marseilles. Ill breathes the true spirit of religious reverence-— the poetry of Christianity. " I J. G. W. ¦ I have not ffclt o'er seaa of-sand ' s The rocking of the desert bark; Nor laved aij Hebron's fount'my band, By Hebron's palm-trees cool and dark; Nor pitched:my tent, at even fall, On dost Where Job of old has lain, Nor dreamed beneath its canvass wall, The drea* of Jacob o'er again. One vast world-page remains unread : How shine the stars in Chaldea's sky,' ¦ How sounds the reverent pilgrim's tread, flow beats the heart with God so nigh 1-How round grey areh and column lone The spirit) of the qld time broods, 'Aad sighs on all-the winds which moan Aloiig the! sandy solitudes ! " l) In thy ;tall cjbd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

MISCELLANY The-Healts Miisleaders; a • l,THE SJTOBI OF ROSALIE H-Tlf. Jj 4- -i— ' ••;!« •t O she had yet the task to learn, {, How often Roman's heart must turn ; j To feed up<?n iu own excess :;; Of deep ye| passionate tenderness ; ¦<, How mueh^of grief the heart must prove \ \ \ That yields a sanctuary to love." ¦I _—t ¦ . J. ' J!i A tost was idly floating upon the late and. he ligVjt sounds of music emanating therefrom; i ante through'the open casement at which Lord h 3«renee AntWsly has been for » ldngitime j fitting gaainf upon the boat, as if all VuVtWts irere absorbed by that distant cijtfct 3-b. >| light sounds ftere borne upon the breeze along! rith the odor? of the honey-suckle andclematift,! 3Ter vrkioh itihad passed.; and tbc dowager; Countess of Slorfington, as she laid down her pen to enjoy lithe fragrance,. observed to her son. I . .. . 'Boating, !again, Clarence! Night after night those friends of yours are out upon tbje lake, waiting !th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

" Ihipont's Beat." JHr. Editor.—^Your hack-driver's storj-, in the Model American Courier of March llth;^ reminds me of ao; incident that actually took place in our village not two months since. One cold morning in last February, the snow lying some ten inches deep on the .ground, a circlo of half-froijon town's-people had girdled the fire in Mr. X''a bar-room. They had put in requisition every chair and every newspaper in the room, and as the number was considerable, and each was anxious to get as near as possible to the source" of comfort, the.closely^' wedged eirelc of -chair-backs formed a sort of cordon sanitAirc, since without some one sbouldjnoye, all ingress to the firo was cut offy as though it were under quarantine. And the. semi/circuhir row of legs and Ifeet turning inwards toward the hearth, looked like the spokes of on enonjaous wagon-wheol. Even the landlord was eieladed, and with his blinds in bis breeches pockets, Mr. X. was industriously promenading his bar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

THE OLDflOSESTEAD. ^ Down in a sun-light valley _ Stands my low-rbofod cottage home; Rushing thoughts around it rally,: Thither wafted while I roam. There hi summer, as of olden, J Waves the green-topped map'lo tree; Therein Autumn sere and goldeii, Shadows flit across the. hta. • f' Still ihc streamlet cleaves the meadow, Bordered by the mantling vine," r Where beneath the; tall oak's shadow, Then I threw the hempen Kne.: <.' v c Thoughtless childhood j happy childhood! " I would journ.ey back to thee; ' Roam again the tangled wild-wood, Spbrt beneath the maple tree. - r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

. ••; ..-1^fl«^«iaijjaieMtoSi.. • '' .'".',.. I have seen the infant jinking dlwa lflte a slnckctf.floweri tdTtho gravo^-'tholfroi ,g man. fiercely breathing duTbiif a^TfponJ t irfielfj of bartlr^thenaserable aoavict sti^dit g upon the sr^0ld,^h! a deep^Btsei quivtrir, joahja Ups—J have .yidWed dqathlwall.fcs f irm3;of dar,kMss and vetigeanee 'mi\l a'teaHesi .eyebut I never eouldlook !6n wonlah,iyor. ngantf lovelyiwomart, vfijlding aWay?frorn;'tf<S; i irth in beautiful and un^raplainjng melan|faoh ,^with, out fcehng thr^yt ^ fountains'of gf. tn" ned.to tears and dust.,. Death a always terril lei but when a fdrm. orifngel beauty'IsVasliog off 'to the silent land of the'sleepers; the!hea rtMreeH that something lovely in the univorsjs i* leasiriV from existence,.a^d brjoo^ withasensi of.utter desolation over the lonely, tliqugha.that cdmo up, likespfictres.fromtho^raye,tI'haunt our midnightmaaingS. sijjt •,;*-^:.dl ?J ! xwo yoars^go itpoit]»p.Wy; residen:e;fo»a few weeks...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

While one eourageoua citizen; pei pairing both doors and windows hopelesliy i redeed, scramhled behind a doijrjattdcominlnce f praVing most deVouily'j but ^heihg rather ii 6M& miliar with any other sort of corap|siti « tban the Lord's Prayer, he was; heard voiifer ithtgin tones of most energetic devotion—4 " Now Ilavim«do1pi4sleerV*, ; &.. . ¦, To this day, if you talk of " rahit-hi inting?'- HWBBSBfUtWtR tia? Courier. ' .' :¦ '•••-' p< '¦¦> ?''-f': '•'¦ -.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

-'>'^- vHa^i^ fi^ ^K^?'-,^.-,".') oihi .... . ¦ ; i-^^¦ba• jn^.rE6l«l»i, *,«lto»a«fc .I.--.-. -j; | ' ¦ Dfe^t<^.lInWc!oll«g^ -w»#*a^«a*«wM nwrist, jsnd. numeroi* ara ^^la»ip>hlf iiMs^i' 'dentsaserio«dtohislwi*M.»^lB^r >04"; - ^^^r^m^^^m^ rtuuentsleftth^wlk^with^xaojt/WiaL ' tentoCproeurinf adaieof tha J&^atoVi'fn»/iki>i'' chiekens^t \ roo3t«ilT> * tm s4j<ww» bill, Imiisa, iWhen ;they [ arriyad at tha"jpo* , ana : aicended the .tree,, while the othar tioi* wM harrn^Md tW the Dirtw' hia^f -tiW JuJtitX -' hfrheiiM with^tfa^^ {^"i^^j^lWiiNp^ ¦ tinder, tho .tree hearing Tr—'itTiB imrrlnUiii'i immediately creo^'away, wUhohVhdWylaSJ b1scd^aihwki»fl£j.n^ twlralni^^en 'tijr.l'aM-ivif .. uMd frq»,aboyeaa*ltBwa;: •¦>:. gl,Cir: i-rfi'Sftfe"!':: % :.iM?4^SM^|||. i<i^#i^ .iifyubr ttaril' • "^Yes," respondedthe Doctor, disaambhne ISm rofee as m^fSlltSK5J ¦ eJSr$ ^WH' -'Th^otbir, fmme^kteVl<y^*ifi^t*^, -:¦'.-' &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

fHEDE|OCRlfl I. 6. HEIFSfEAB, EsiUr. } . .:.¦ ¦ —ii; . ^i|."j '¦ .-Mamtrwe, : .....May 4, 184*. f t ' " roa paaSiDcxt, ¦- JAMES BUCHANAN, f Subject to decision of the National Convention. rj ? i s I y»' j " - FOB OASAL COMMISSlOHtB, i - 4:-^--«5 -1S R A EL l*JAINTEH, §.-> Of WsstniowiiMid County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

- lilt TiMtlt if the Wiiwira. The PrcsidenV his juit thrown a new bone into Congress fori the ^bi£ and Slavery bulldo^^aaMaadqwnfl over. On Saturday ha cent a message to both Houses, ini relation to:ueebuditton of Yucatan, accompanied by several bonifications from Senor Justa 8ierra,ComVus\^or,-ana Irom the Governor of Tfcoatan, statin^l^ the It»d«nsof that State ar» carrying on a war of extermination against tha Wake population, which they were nnable to resist, and appealingfto the9 Government of «MPatted States for aid; proposing in case it should be granted to transfer to the latter her sovereignty Similar applications, it is stated, have been made to England and France: and the President says: that;, while he is not prepared to recommend any par ticular* measures, he is aetiain we should not permit Yucatan to fall unto the hands of any European power. He •then directs attention to the declaration of Mr. Ifahfoe, in relation to the interference of Eu rpyeau powers with t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

JL liberty Cm» 4br France. The citizens of New York city presented a magnificent Cap of Liberty to the city of Paris, through the French Vlce-Consul( Louis Borg, at the Park Theatre, on Tuesday evening week. The ceremony was a very brilliant affair, ana. was witnessed by about a thousand persons.. The cap was presented by Theo. Sedgwick; Ex-President Van Buren was specially solicited to perform that pa^t of the ceremony, but could not make it compatible with his other duties to do so. After the presentation, the: company engaged in a dance, and kept it up until an early hour in the morning. The Theatre windows were brilliantly illuminated, an^.during the day, the American and tricolored flags waved from all the j public buildings. The cap will be despatched to Paris by the next steamer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

WaaUrgery- lm Mswyland. aoe wnigs ot Maryland may oe set uown as unanimous for Taylor. A State Convention was held in Baltimore on Wednesday week, at which resolutions in favor of Gen. Taylor, and nobody else, were adopted, and an electoral ticket fortped. "The Baltimore Clipper is positive that ihe friends of Gen. T. in that State are fully resolved to run him,' on independent grounds, in total disregard of all dictation from National Conventions, and that the consequence will be that there wul be three candidates in the field, besides the Abolition candidate. In such an event it predicts that tho election may go to the House of Representatives, a result which it 'contemplates with extreme repugnance. ' . ' tST-A tremendous i Mass Meeting of the Democracy of Northern Illinois was held at Chicago a: few days ago, in which among other Democratic measures, the Wilmot Proviso, aZuzs, the Ordinance of 1787, was ably vindicated, and unanimously endorsed in their resolutions as a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

iivo i ot mis 11$ar CasSlas 91. Clay. Jjlitcn tojltie canuiu >y» uremcu and thoroulh-going Whig—who has gallantly borne his pirt in the war—relative to Mr. Polk and cjur Mexican difficulties. -At a festival in Richmond,Ky.,.lately,.he said: s " Though a whig, I do not stand here as a partitan, I Shall speak with the freedom of history. : / ha%e no sympathy with the late outcry against President Polk as bringing- on this war. i I shitll do the President the Justice to say, ihat'in\aR Mexico, I never heard tlie first man \allcg& the march of Gen. Taylor to the Rio Grande, as that cause of offence, or of the War, I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

—T ¦ The Flight of queen Victoria. Not the l|ast among the many significant occurrences that have marked the recent convulsions in Eufope, is the departure of England's Quecp to the Isle of Wight. It appers that this step was the subject of considerable debate among her ijadvisors, and was only determined upon i afterf tho most, mature' deliberation,— Since the time of James 11., no monarch has left the royal palace under the apprehension of personal danger,—then the monarch fled from tho nobility! and now the Queen leaves for fear of thq people. Whatever may have been the result) of th| great Chartist assemblage, an important admission, on the part of the Crown, of its insecurity and danger, is mado to the world. It shows tb|t, even in England,- the same sentiment prevails that has stricken down crowns and demolished thrones in other sections of Europe; ana that the rulers there arc terror- ¦ stricken at ';thc majesty and strength evinced. by those whom they havo so long tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

£>.; Toe Table* Turaed.. A most extraordinary developem^nthas signalized some of the more recent examinations before the Court of Inquiry .in Mexico, touching the everlasting subject ofthelLebnidas letter —the original and the interllneationa. The authorship of the former, it will be recollected, has been assumed by Maj. Burns; in his testimony before the Court-of Inquiry. Tbe'responsibility of the interlineations, in regard to which the Court was so long occupied, has been wholly assumed by the editor of the New Orleans Delta, to whom; the original-Leonidas letter was addressed—and the testimony before the Court is consistent with this state offsets. But tho dovelopement to which wo refer, has reference to a.nd implicates another officer, in at least an implied sanction of tho very offence charged upon Gen. Pillow—and that officer is no less a personage .than the-commander-inchief himself! The fact comes out upon the trial of Gen. P., that after the famous general or...

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