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

Bs]af|k flaMaBaafaSss)|BJ|saHs|taMsssl£* ^ ;: Tha'AssieHcaua |anpr«>Tc*l , nr»e»n« Vcf eUaWe Sf edJcl»e, THBSE.!Pillii'are 6ne of lie best Medic.1 Comp'dunds in use at the present dty-J As a commdii family physic, for odministraiio. io olHempo^ry comp ln iota pf the slorntchjoo bowels, head ache, colds,; &c„ they may J, fully depended upon, and a prompt use ol Umh on the first appearance orjindisposition WilTto variably save much sickness. They are Mm, liarly adapted to all cases Of weakness and »D .eral debility—aiiy derangement of the system and especially with females—and a steady m, interrupted Use of tbem, to strict conformiir with tho directions will very soon restore the organs of the stomach to their natural tone an action, and; regulate the bowels, and renorjie lhe whole system. . .. There is tjo disposition to jgns e.iltmg*ti commendMlons of thert). What isbereataM is tho raSilt" of actual exjierience with tW and that through a period of fifteen yean,...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

WANTED. il.GENTS to canvass for some New and Porcui Works, in.. every Cot;.NTV throughout tho Coii«l Slates. To Agents, the most liberal.encuoragemetil is offered—with a small capital of from $25 to 101 A chance is offered,, whereby a.) Agent ctu makf from $10 to $25 per week. , p" For-further paTttoulars, address (postpaid.) ' . W. A. I.EARY. SO. 158 WORTH SECOND ST.' PHILADELPHIA. TYPE FOUNDRY, v 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, New York. M. HE'subscribers have taken the Ttpe Futo» drv, No. 59 Guld-strect, and will continue the but. rr'ss lately conducted by Rodert Tatlor. I'licyrill atlend lo alj ord?.'? they maj receive with punctmli. ly and dispatch. All the Xj-jro rnanufacturfd b* them will, be Hand <^ast ; and llicy will furnish lit kinds of Printer? Materials, of the-best nualilj. ¦ Mr. Ji'Aj T. Overcnd is still emrdpyed In super. intendinrrtbe manufaclarinjr department. ; WHITING 4- TAYLOR, 'Successors to Robert Taylor.) Cium.es Whiting, ) Tt joDoas Tatxob, ( New* ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 4 May 1848

? Business CarDs. ,! ~ o. z. »iitt»5citv "' Physicinrj and Surgeon,,Montrose,Pa.—Office over R.» Searie it. Go's jStore, iathe room foriri.erly pectipied by Pairk & Dimoclj. ?;;». CHANDLER & CO.[ Dealer* in Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery Hird> ware, Slcvca, ^Stove-Pipe, Books, Stationery, to-East side of Public Avenue. . ' j /• F. B. CHANDLER. • R.O. SIMPSO.Nt . ( , E. W.ROSE.. h CALEB WEEKS, Saddle, Harness, Trunk, Valise tt Whip miker ond rt-pnireri&c. Shop two doors abon Ihe'«Democrat" Offite, :"; DOCT. R. THAYER^ "~~ BQT^NIC k HYDRDPATfflC PHISICIM&1 AND SURGEOJt-Office at his 1 dwelling third house east of ibe Court Hopw —WjilfcMi at home Saturdays of ench week, where he will be bnppy to wait upon all tbo* who may favor him with a call. ;:. SMITH & SHUTTS, i Vbysicians ^ oi Surgeons, Lsdeshoro, Pa. Office oltho first named in the firm, overthe Engineer's office, of the latter *t hit resi dence.; " ' "¦ (¦!¦¦«- E. W.$lltTHi H. S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

TERJIS OF ItHE DEMCIUT." ~~t—* 81,50»year,lfpaldin.;iid»Mce,or*8,00 If paid at llw KlojoofUleyear. . .J 05 cts. charged for postiifeclf carried at the publklier'i expose. ! DHcon(inn«nce»optton»K-e*cept when MroaragM art paid. Aotmtmmmth one <6>llar pcrjqunn; hf iwelre llnc«,oi lres ior lie Breubree InscHlcm*. and hkbi»-«tc ccnuibr every aib-eqnentiuMnioD. j|l liberal diKouot will be mail, t ,1,,,,,-nlio advertise by ityij year. jy Business Icttcreanil'tommunications icrthe paper must Ik post paid OT ensure attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

poItry. . * , h. —_ BEHOLD ffUE PROPHECY. [The following is a portion of some Stanzas written for tho Hartford Times, in 1846. Truly the prophage eye of tho bard could see some ways beyond a mile stone.] Beyond the seSs* Ipolumbia's light Like a trigbta|ar is beaming, ,Vnd merry England's slumbering night • Is waking from its dreaming; And Erin',s harp no more shall moan, Repeal is now jso bandy ; ^ And Scotia's bagj>ipc jet shall drono • _ •• Yankee Doodle dandy." And sunny France, in her green bowers, The home of lave and glory—Ker sword all ga|)anded with flowers—That bloom breathless story—Her purple hills Hf clustering vine. And champaignes sweet arid sandy—The rose and lily, shall combine With " Yankee Doodle dandy." And Germany, tjie land of lore, ^ Her smothered fires ara burning. And richer gifts'sho has in store Than all her njatchless learning ; Some KorncrVlfre and battle sword, ~ Some Luther's voice of thunder, Shall touch.her part's most thrilling chor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

MISgELL^NY Romanyjo Adventure Conrtshig on the Battery. We have heard df love-making on that pleasant promenading ground, the Batter)-, when the grass and trees'are green, and the birds discoursed sweet rnjisic to the ear. But the following authcnticlstory of wooing and winning and .becoming |the lawful possessor of a young qnd guiltless! heart carries in its details more matter of interest than any love affair thai has recently-tatew to cjtx> -tart-orriCTigtr, 3n<J we wi:l now give itj to our readers as briefly as we can. •;. • Some time duririg the last summer, a French gentleman, member of a wealthy mercantile nrm in New Orleans, came on hither tu spend a few months in retl and recreation,- until the subsidence of the |eat, and mayhap diseases of his city of residence, should induce liim to return to his homes As almost all other strangers do, he often s|rayed from his place of sojourn, at the Carltpn House, to spend a pleasant hour in prcmeijade on the Batt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

Management-A Good One. • I ve heard folks say that the wimnrin was contrary. Well, they is a leetle so; but if you manage 'cm rights-bawl in here, and let 'em out there, you can drive 'em along without whip or spur, jest which way you want 'em to go. _, When I lived down at Elton, there was a good many fust rate gab down there, but I didn't take a likin' to any on 'em till 'Squire Cummins.cum down there to live. Tho 'Squire had ;a mighty purty darter. I seed sum of the gals was fust rate/ but Nancy Cummins was fust rate and a leetle more. There was many: dressed finer and looked grander, but -there was something jam up about Nance, that they couldn't hold a candle to. If a fellow seed her once, be couldn't look at another gal for a week. I.tuk.a likin' to. her rite off, and we got as thick as thieves. AYe had used to gow to the same meetin', and sot in the same pew. It took me to find sarms and hims for her; and we'd swell 'm out in a manner shoekin' to hard- | : . i cned si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

A: SEW EDITION OF IRS. CAUME MR& T051PKIS? AND THE PnESIDENCY. [Tbifepiifls sitting in ike great arm chair on on£:side of the ample fire place. His better Aag, a. respectable old. dame, bustling d' bout preparing supper.] Foi| believe that Taylor will get the nominational did you say that Tompkins ? Well, if hedoojf, I know of one vote he'll not git, that's gcertain. He's sure of yourh! Why, diden'l I hear you say, out of your own mouth, you'd |ierer rote for a man that had a hand in this unjust war; yes, them was your own wordsSTompkins, you can't deny 'em, and Fm sure IJalways. thought you was a man of your word. ! i Yo<|r*e o whig' arid inte&d to vote for a whig! Goodefess sokes, who didn't know that; I guess I'd bejHhelast one,to falter you about that.— WbyJITompkins, I'd lose the last drop of blood atorc Id vote tor a loey, tnat I would. But how dp you know that Taylor is a whig ?—Havnll I beam you, say yourself, that, it was hard i|> tell ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

THE FARMER'S COLUMN Mdosr Fahmino,—A corrcsiondent oftKo Prairie Farmer, furnishes an article of consir|- erable length, in quite a scientific dress, to shblr theinfluenco of the moon on vegetation, and as a consequence, the importance of Bowing seeds at the right time of the mooh.j Believing industry, energy and good culth|at}ori to be rtemain causes of success, and not: losing the host days of the season in waiting fok1 the fight tiuje of the moon, we shall attempt tp show the false reasoning of this writer. ' !: • ; He commences by speaking of tho effects |>f Kght on vegetatjon-^funation s5of Ithc leavcstimportancc of.light—decomposition of carb' orao acid—oxygen and carbon—assimilation of eat^ bon—reflection of green rays—linysteries of nature—respiration—agricultural; Science, &1, and concludes tha't as light is ijinporfant to tlilj gfbwth of plants, it is very proper that th|y should commence vegetation ;»t ;a !time when they can receive all the light poss...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

MOVEMENTS IN EUROPE he Demonstration iof the Workintn of Parit--lieneial Alannf-TriiDinpb of the 'GoverBB«t. Com»poDd(!0«e «f the N,T. JWmai', ' ¦ » PkBis,Ap4ai7il«48,% Yesterday was the most critical day that the tepuhlic has passed through f»r four' weeks, ^he Provisional;Government was ifiwouguly, aformed of every design of the ^various parties; nd took such measures that the day whiok was o have dawned.for their destruoUdn; set upoii heir triumph. "Let us go through the hiitory >f this remarkable day fir-omits manifold begin-; imgs:to its general results'. : i . i • > ti-.-ni It is said that at the instance of Louis Blane .nd Albert, whose'plans'were riotjsupportcd By be other mcuibersi of the Proyisiobaf (ioveni^ nent with the anticipated Mai; about 30,0Wf rorkmen assemble'd oii Mars' Feld with banters, and rcsolvfid to carry.up a petition to the, Provisional Government calling for the'immcliate Organizdtibu of:Labor by the association if tho laborers with t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

" ¦ ¦ ¦ rMSiTOAir , i • ' ' :i 0. 6. IlElKTBAD, Editor.. j HeittroM, ..(..........Mar 18^ 1S48. F^E PRESIDENT, ^ JAfflfiS BUCHANAN, Subject to decision of the National Convention. FOR CANAL COMMISSIOKEK, ISRAEL PAINTER, Of Westmoreland County. I^*Our readers cannot fail to be interested in the Paris letters brought by the America, in our columns this week. B6$°* Some of the Whig papers, we observe, are publishing Gen. Scotf s late letter to the Secretary of War, noticed by us last week, but without any allusion to the reply of Governor Marcy, or anything from which a reply might be inferred. Neither has one-of them, not even one of the Wge cjty dailies, deigned to publish the ansirer, or any part thereof. Why is this? Cannot our Democratic and Whig friends all interpret it? If they thought Gen. Scott had come; off with flying colors,, or Governor Marcy's reply waf a failure, would they be so silent about it ? !What we say • here by implication about the Whig press generally,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

The Postage BUI at Last. It seems that; the much called-for postage reform has finally been formally introduced into the popular branch bf Congress, and som$ action is likely to be soon had upon it. The following are said to be some of the principal provisions of the ] bill which was {reported by the Post Office lOommittee of the House on the 4th inst. I , j The circulation of all newspapers free of postage within thirty mfles of the place of publication, not above the superfices ,of 1,900 square inches. Under one hundred miles and over thirty, one-half cerit, oyer one hundred and for any distance one cent. y Newspapers above 1,900 inches to pay pamphlet and magazine postage, which is two cents for tbe first ounce, and half of one cent for all greater distances. Newspapers under 500 square inches to go free for the first thirty miles.and pay.a quarter of one cent for all greater distances. Transient newspapers'pay two cents when not sent from tbe office of publication. ] ¦ P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

Wlscoafsln all Right A telegraphic despatch to tbe New York Tribune, dated Detroit, May 11, states that the Whigs have been most shockingly defeated in Wisconsin. As far as heard from, Nelson Djwky, the Democratic candidate for Governor, leads Twedt about 4,000. The legislature is largely Democratic in both branches. In the 1st Congressional District, William Pitt Ltkd, Democrat, is elected by a largo majority. Abo M. C. Darling, Dem., in the 2d District. . We have no doubt the whole Democratic ticket is elected.- f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

SET EK DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE Rise in Prodace-~The Elections in France-Battle between Denmark and Prussia—State of ajfairslin Ireland—The Chartists —Continental News—Progress of Reform —Abolition of Slavery in French Colonies . —Alarming cohditidn of Germany—Prus"*sia andPolandl\fyc. The steamship pambria arrived at New York on Saturday evcnuig with advices from Liverpool & London toltbe 29th ult., and from the Continent to the 26th. . Having received her neirs at a late hour, we are unable to give more than an abstract tjjjiis week. Tbe elections itf France took place on the 23d ult., and happily resulted in the, triumph of Republicanism, t M. Lamartine has been no*- bly sustained, by paving received 95 per cent. of all-the votes cajjt in Paris, while Ledru Rolltn, who so recently conspired-against him, received only about $5 per cent The new assembly will be decidedly republican, but rather of a moderate ttiain of an ultra character.— The Republic now; seems to be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

LATER FROM MEXICO Pbtbrsbubq, May 10, 1848. By the Overland Express, New Orleans papers of the 4th inst. have come to hand. The schr Heroine arrived at NcwOrleans.on the 3d, from Vera Cruz. There was still, no quorum of the Mexican Congress at .Queretaro, lacking four Senators and sixteen Deputies to make' up the number. The opinions of the members present, as far as they have been expressed, are all in favor of the ratification of the Treaty. The trials of Lieutenants Haresand Button, and the men accused of the late murder and at tempted burglary,, was not yet finished. A: correspondent writing from Queretaro, states that from fifteen to twenty American deserters had arrived there and Were immediately enlisted into the Mexican'army. The steamship Fashion has also arrived at New Orleans from Brajos Santiago, bringing dates to tbe 30th u!t. Among the passengers is J. L. Collins, a bearer of dispatches from Generals Price and Wool on his way to Washington. He has communicated ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

New Advertisements. llMSwIFF WE ore nbw receiving our Spring Stock pf Goods, to which wc invite the alien, tion of our friends and the public. Particulars next •*», 1 : MILLS ',& SHERMAN. May 17, 184$. . Mi m tim. H topBXIXTT is now receiving a Lane . arid Splendid st*ck of ^^ . SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, to which; be would invite attention, and which wiH be sold at -uncommonly low and reduced prices, j '' ¦ . New Milfordi May 16,1848. BAM HAPS \, I Wit. tt Post; & Co.? ARE NOVV RECEIVING from New York, a new stock of Fashionjable ; Hats & Caps, superior to anything ever before offered in this place. > Beaver, Nutria, Moleskin, &c„ ' , Hats, Leghorn, Strbw, Panama, do. Caps bf every style, unusually cheap. Also, a large and well selected stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, mode up. in the best manner.and latest fashion —cheapo—chesper ibiin yoiican steal them—Consistine ol floe Dress and Frock Coals, Pantaloons, Ve8ts,iaic„ of every desorifjt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

::'ip:"Wir.'i-- BE'RTI<Bf * BEAD |. A RE now receiving* large and desirable .talimocker •.. i-- • • ¦•(; 1-TOU. SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD9. | Which were boogbt exlremely low, anB will n«»oU u cheap u at in. other ealablMiment this side of the «ly- .-"!.'- I Oar crjttomere and the paWkare generally invited to call and enmine ityle* and prices. I. . Mootrow, May B, 1848. '. |, The Spring and Smnme^ MiKi, J At I. Ii. POSTfcCO>jg. | r ARE WORTH AN EXAMWATIok. X J. A VINO bought largely and! with c$re, they do not hesitate to say there ere few if Any better slocks in this county; and as iitual will be sold cheap as the cheapest. Thankful for past patronage, we offer to our friends «large lc| of 'Broad Clottu, Kerseys, Satin Vesting*, plain and fancy'Ginghams, rich bl'k and figured Silks, De Lains, Dress Lawns, Cambrics, Bar'd and plain Swiss Infaislinsl Tarletins, Linens, Hdkfs. Shawls, a large assortment.! Summer Goods «f any variety, a la|ge stock of Bonnets, Flowers, Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

Andrews' -"Ftiiii ;«ffl^s^ft/':-\ Death to Pain, Mmfto thtsick, kaftJktttat aatsc, a balmUfmMttt^rekoUki^rtk^ in , . :.Airo»atwe»#:Ai»K«a.i««a.:. Tms la eaaifihr aVairtaaw Pe«»yoo»a 1«nMpnaaa«f twaaw. ntedlSrr««tir^Tlailia;lawil»lSf»slfcCTt-Ml ¦ »¦¦»/ for tnc. can of Coatfa*. Colda, PliiaK Namaa ac4 Sick Hndaelwav RhBamaiiaw, Co^ Spraia* Baiaal Affectiooa, SttianW Complaint* , ChoJCT* Merboa, Toothache. Erhp^'iooa, Corev K% Fros« fiarta, Barna, SealoV Aftw in the Face sad BreaatTClwIie , Broiaer, Loaa of AppelhA|G«fteVaIJ)ei>Uity, A^»Jj«a , Ac. Put np in BolUt.fi* 1,3,4lad 6aDUuags peT , bottle.' :,i.;j.-:'-i'i '':¦• ¦', .,; [.'•"'.-' ' .:-.l '¦' I fralla, ccataMDgfakiSr Ws^' oftlaWlfm, SaaaMMMa! - t^<^***inwt-r*bK!^,tW*mm«m*ittot UOBSf •»€. | ¦'-'¦- ; ' i .- ¦ ,cf;"- ' •"- ^)-i-r'- ¦ l LOOK OPT FOR FRAUD! " | Tbe triumphant asecaasof Aadnwa' Pala KiOar hi isaailllaa ., causes Hist prodaeefcathofmlllloMof our raea, aaiUtt aslaS demand lias caused aoaMmea ofwim hZ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

jf ' I New York & Erie Rail Road, SUMMER ARRAMeEBIf»nr^-Fr«Hll , May l, 1848, until luvtlier asXIce. FOR1 |»A^SENGx3R&4^3 :M^ YORK from tbe foot of Dnane St., at 7 oV clock P.M. lor Piermoat, BUuyeltvllleiCiarktH town. Spring VWley^ Mooaey.rlaawpo.Mooroo-Works, Turners, Monroe, Oxi'o'rd, Chester, GoJ tiben. New Hiimplon. Middletown, Howelis, OJ tlsvilleiand PortJesvis. 1 s" :?. For New Yorkand intermediate olact* leave ' PORT JERVISat6A. M.,and 3 P. M. Otisvilleal6 35 A. M., and3 35 P. M., Middle, town at 7 A. M., nnd 4 P. M., Goshen ? 90 A. M.. and 4 20 P. Mn Chester at 7 i A. M.,and4-|P,M. i : ID" All. Bagsrage at the rink! of the owner, unless put in chajgo of! the Baggage Masters. Fifty lbs, ol personal baggage allowed to each . passenger." No Freight taken bjythe Passenger, trains. • "• i . " i . i FOR FREIGHT—Leave New York at 5o'J clock P. M., per; Bnrgea Samuel Marsh, Henry Suydam jr. and Dunkirk. Leiive Port Jerri's --^ al 9 A.' M., Otisville hi 10 A. Mi, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 18 May 1848

)! £ Guardian's Sale OY an order from tbe Orphan's Court of 'Susquehanna County, the following described • laniilute of Joseph Austin in Harmony town- ' ship, deceased, will be sold at public vendue on Satordajr the ailh «r May next, -: at one o'clock in ibe afternoon^ Said land lies in ihe township of Harmony, in the-county of Susquehanna, and is described and bounded as follows, io wii:: Beginning at a sugar tree on the west line of a"tract in the-warfanlee name of John McCahan, being the southwest'corner . of a tract in the name'«it John Skyren aed tbe; northwest corner of ihe land hereby granted and conveyed—thence along said line south 3 . degrees and 30 minutes west 190 perches to a post on the line of lands called vacant in the return of survey of the tract hereby conveyed —thence, by said vacant lands north 66 de-: grees west 92 perches to a post and stones and i thence south 84 degrees and ;45 hlini^bjavwest I ——!o"a beech thejiortheaatcorner^Of ar~~ tract in the jhame of...

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