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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

The iliOTt of Later lean :£T BERKAKD BARTON. They err who deem. Love's brightest boor in blooming yonth ii k^own, la purest, teodetcst, holief t power, in after life is ihown, When paiaio'n*, chastened and subdued, to riper yean are given, '" [break! from Heaven. And earth and earthly thing! are viewed in light that It it not in the flash of yonth, or days of cloudless mirth, We feel the terJ4*rneaa and troth of Love'i devoted worth; |'« , [ihine bright, Life then i* like ia tranquil stream which Bon in Son-And object* mirrored in it, aeern to ahare it* iparkling light i{- * . 'Tii when the howling wind* arise, life i* like the ocean, Whose mountain (billow* brave the skies, lashed by the storm's coksfnotion; When lightning! i§eaveathe morky cloud, and thunderbolts astoynd as, [as. 'Ii* then we feelJJur spiriu bowed by loneliness around. Ohl then, aa to the seaman's sight the- beacon's twinkiing'ray ',,; Surpasses far thjdilastre bright of summer's closdlessday. E'en such, to ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

Ml|CELLANY. TIMI HAUDSjOflE. h -¦— i A THUS TaDE. It is quite possible for a man, t>r a woman cither, .to be too handsome. Nevertheless, it is~' an observation which, few make, and fewer still, confess {jt be true. Therefore we intend to enter the lillfc in behalf of ugliness, and it is our intention ijto illustrate it by a tale^—an " ower true tale," as the annals would write.-Philip Heathcote lived in a "country town where he wafe the beau par excellenc'e-f-the Adonis, Apppilo, Narcissus, of almost every young lady, friftn fifteen to fifty; and, to tell the truth, Philip S^ras indeed very handsome. jj He.was, besides, one of those fortunate! persons who seen! born with talents for every thing. His conversation was winning; he was a Vman of infinite huj|or," and-possessed that-ever welcome quality Of making the dullest party merry when he entered it. Then he was the best dancer, the hjist singer, the best Ante-player, for miles roared; wrote poetry, composed songs, dre...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

Story of a Sailor. Fou ryeais ago I left the port of Boston, the master of a fino ship, bound for China. I was worth ten thousand dollars, and was the husband, of a young and handsome wife whom I bad married! but six months' before. When I loft her I promised to return, to her in less than a twelvemoijth. I took all my money with me save enoughjto support my wife in my absence, for the purpose of trading whon in China, - on hry own account. For a long time wc were favored with prosperous winds; but when in the China seasla terrible storm. c^me upon us, so that in a short time I saw tho vessel must be lost, for we; were drifting oni ,the rocks of an unknown shore. I ordered the men to provide each for hinjiself in tie best, possible manner, and forget the ship as it was an impossibility to save her. We struck—a sea threw me upon a rock senseless, and the next would have carried me back into a watery grave, had not one of the sailors dragged me farther upon the rocks. There we...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

POLITICAL.! Dlsaolation or the, Union. The following extracts from; the 'speeches of Messrs. Houston of Texas, and Benton, of Missouri, in the Senate, upon the; Slavery question as connected with the} Oregon Bill, are truly worthy of being read.: They treat with just and proper ridicule this stale threat of Southern fanatics. The first are the remarks of Mrl Houston; He; remembered the cry of disunion and unification when the high tariff was imposed.— The dry reached him in the! wilderness, exile from kindred and friends" and sections; but it rung in his ears, and wounded his heart. But now he was in the midst of such a cry, and he was bound to act. as a man conscious of the responsibilities' imposed on him. -; He had heard the menaces and cries of disunion until bo had become familiar with them, and they had now ceased to produce alarm in his bosom. { He had no fears of the dissolution of the Untynj when he recollected how it had'been established, and hbw it had been defend...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

TERMS jfP THT" DEMOCRAT." Oa* imitui iio>|»WTTca«Ts a year, In ndrance, « ^ «wo ¦IntlMirnolpalduaulUieeiidortlieycar.or SutacrlpHon. NM^«EootBu«« omll arrearage, are paW, except at the opOon ofide rmnllsner. t * . ' 'Ba|s ot Adverti««»«T, » .. nr Ow S^usre, (twep lines, or less,) 3 Inseraons, «1 W Ei*mhseqt(tot Insertion, 0 rj OneSaaare, SmolUhs, j.„ •¦ > C months, I'S. Baslneas Cards, oftonr lines or less, _, :2 Y^r^dverUMWlwbooceopy not over 4 squares,! ^ 00 grJfast °^'"c^' mu.tostlons onlyirtll receive aitentlim.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

wine asiiwi - :The«swti.'P«aM|d:rara*siw«ta%;4^ «•-!•• ¦->:.':-w^iJiitt: 1 _.t_i ; :ii 111.'-' mere seems go nupapprwaaaiosv abroad respwtingl the l^aZ character of tba W>i gl^a>ti^ candidate; rG^.TitLO* is a good, man—anfhonait man—a tinoare m* —a virtuous citiJen^—a a^del patriot." It is ewy enough to sly aUthnj; but where i«Ae proof? .He:£a|^ cause he exhorte I at a ctop4meeting, an* iav said to'be a cnurcbi member; but what partieulardeoominatiooi is not stated.., 7 For)^ ofidatofKeligion, wedd notb^Kere that %»•!»¦»• ber of any cburohl; or, if he is, we suggeM that his immediate; .eijpulsion under .the rules and' discipline of such church Would be adviaable. Wo*do not believe that any religious denoraination would retaio in their communion, a'^pao, who is a profane Wearer, j Read ImVw^lujp tbenticated exclamation on the field of battle: " Give. 'em b-r-ljJG-rd dj-u'em." ,An|&r some other reasons whichiwe shall show pre»- ently, we do not Relie...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

THE^MOCBAfel i, i i ¦ _ &—.x - • - j .1 \ ; >¦ C. IBlfSTEAD, Editor. ^ | MtnrtroM- .i AurMtSl^MS; f ' -; ' lit PresUemt, -. *¦; GEN. |EWIS CASS. -H •'- or mcaiQAi. ,.../ ! ge^p* STl^iiti i ¦ '_'-'_ W'stBir'tOCKf. " "•, rtim'cilit "obsiKiBsioriiR, ISR^IfkP&TNTfcR, . WW^tBbreland'County.1 i Coiity NomiBitiaBi. I - .-!.. V". ;|:;:.x^—r— • - , to* Rr-raESENTATrvES, M1tVt¥T* $BJAT, of jUddletown, - -:'¦'-i-rl •'•¦. '^Wyoming;, . * |OK BHEBlrr, . ' C.tt.«laiLl^orBraeUrn. ! \ wtQlft*>lH>TBOKOTA*Y, V. M. wn^IAWS, of gprlagvuie. .; ;. f OR ai( tst.Ka' AKA RECORDER, ;•£.!* Bate '"PTI, air. Prlendavllle. ti ^ tr'' ' .——• ">?••"'"¦¦ T 'roa^cowsiiisroNEa, *- f OATID O. feVaSSEIsL of liberty.. ' J 'j|bft COBONEtt, johh i tAKER. or ciurom. ijok APJITQK, CEO. BA1 |>W1M, of Croat Bend.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

' TBI NlWS fi om Ireland which we chronicle to-day will be i ought with deep interest. The .reported battle u Sleeyeoamon, at which 6,000 British troops rere slaughtered, published in the etty papers, (and which we see reported in the Kegiiter of to day) turns out to be a hoax. Ireland's day b t| not, it seems yet arrived, and •las! we almos ifear it is far distant. 51

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

I cmrtmg^^-^J^t^'-'' ' It will be seen from the following eommumcatwnfyhich'ha» Jbeen handed us, Jhat tie hothousefWbig ticket is already earing in; This is what might have been expected. Few men have sfchia itching for notoriety as. to-iniuce them to run for an office withno prospect ahead but sal defeat. We should not be surprised if (bis wire! riot tho last declination we were called on Jo publish. Hand them inland push OB the Democratic column: - _ i - - 1 [COMMUNICATED.] Mb| Editor— Dear Sir—I observe-by. the last natnber of the " Susquehanna Register" that too Whig Convention of Tuesday night last m|de free to<uso my name, without authority or Warrant, for'the oftce of Auditor. You will cojifer a favor upon me by stating in the columns of. your journal, that, while expressing my gratitude for the partiality of that body, I must iiost respectfully decline the nomination. I S. W. TRUESDELL. Ltfifrty, August 26. 1848. A Base Fabrication Hailed. Sevjeral of the City...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

The Taylorites In Despair. Th| New York Globe quotes a paragraph from Ijhe Courier & Enquirer, a leading Taylor paper in the State, which certainly indicates the most mclancholly forebodings. Tho article is captioned " Plain talk to true Whigs." It admonishes Whigs of the "danger of shutting their lyes to facts," and says it is "madness to sleep When the enemy is at our door." Hear it rapiirn and soliloquise over the danger :. "\^e believe that, in the existing state ef the pnbli4 mind—without efforts on the part of the Whigs not yet pnt forth, Lewis Cass is almost certain to be elected President in November next. ? We are compelled to this belief, most reluctantly, by what ~We see and know of the state i»f public feeling, and lack of proper effort. Doubt it, deny it, wish it otherwise as we may, the Whig party especially in the North, is apathetic, indifferent, inactive—compared with what U should be, and with what it must be, if it exnjects to win the victory. No o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

Cscn. Taylor-StlU AiKfliiei' lVe tt«r; The Chartestonj Eventng\Ifews -pu iUsms the following extract of a letter from Gen Titlob to a friend, in Charleston. if The 1 tteHs without date, but by its reTerenci to the Philadelphia Convention, it will be Men that it Irks written recently: ¦ ; \\ : I ] "I never hadany aspirations; for the K$jjideacy, nor haye[ I now, farther? than the wisM« of my friends ;are concerned in] the matt ir ;|nor Woildl have kt;on any otherj terms thi*. I Itoted when the subject was firijti agitated, waihh is, that my acceptance must le without ilecLjes of being trammelled in any way, so that ! could !be the President of the whole: Nafwn a id-toot of a Party. ¦.' ' \[ . Is: *' I have accepted the nomination of tl e Pi iladelplria Convention, as well as,tho non inai on of many primary assemblies gotten up a various sections df the Union, in i some in; tenses, irrespective of party; and would have iccfpted the nomination of the Baltbnqre Com cnfjwn, | had...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

Jhr«CeCsltaa«S «f C%Wt. Wednijday, Aug. 23. Graad Jury returned True Bills vs. John Moraii for Larceny, John Malony for Assault and Battery, Charles Hogan for Assault and Battery,! George Compton for Rape. Also a presentment vs. the .Slew York &|r|rie Rail Road Co. f(|r erecting"'tk unsafe-bridge. ; ; ¦'-;.; / • ¦ I.!-' Thursday. Bills Ignored «L Jacob Denny and DeWjtt C. Roberts for Subornation! of Perjury}, vs. Patrick Fallahiirj, Prosecjiiors pay the/ costs. - a-;-; , "¦: • • i'.-Cios^s TRiED.^dom'th vs.; Norris. F^argo for colluding with debtors: j^entloy and Lusk for Comitb, R. B. Liitle, R. Ri Little and J. C. Truesdell for Defft—V,erdjct Not Guilty. Cbm'th ys Nathah Wells, Indict, for Perjury: Chamberlin for Com'th, R. R. Little, Lusk and Brisban^ for Def'M-Verdict!Not Guilty^ Com'th ys. Patrick Hollerin, Indict.- for Riot: Chamberlin and Truesdell for Com'th, 8tr!eeter for Deft—Verdict Not Guilty!.- Civii List.—Sprout vs. Bard, Debt i! Little & Sltree...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

' . For .'Ea^ifer.jfc i ectir^r^^. X;o; 0 t 1st Ballot, i1 ^ Messrs. Stephensjof Dimock, Webb, Tayh» Washbr^: Hincock and Olmstead—6 mtJ for Silas -f. McKule. H f ?*. Mesa^s,^utfum, kjriffin, K#anyj Herria*. Stanley.Bnrke, Stebhens of Franklin, Me*W Shay. Leet, Keys, Chandler of Gibson, Thorn*, ?f GreaiyBe^o *;- Baldwin, Tucker, Carpenter Diniojsk, .Hawley, Stanford, <Brown, Mitchell 'Bisbec, Cobb, Fargi Lathrop, Gaige and Mbtnhy^27ivote4for;j?/k'aries L. Brown. ¦ ,- Kes8rs.:TyTer,fea>tis, Simmons and Rcad~ 4 voted for A..N. Mlard. 1 t ,' Messrs. Adams a: [& Carter!—2 voted for fif. ward Dawson, r- \.::¦;¦-¦:. ik-, ¦:--¦:, Messrs. Williams StevenB^f(31ifford| Baker Ohjandler of Herrick, Jones and Piekering-^ vo\cA for Jtoandejt Burns.1 j ;-i . Messrs. Smith, Faurot !Farnam, Thomas of Springyille,' Stewart, Power*, Robs,'Messeota and Wr^hterA9 vked for JV P^HoJHster I ' . ._„..iu 2|'Bahot...,;V -':-'. Messrs, Smith, Sjtephcns r|f Dimock, Taylor, Washburn a...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

In FiiH^I-Tlie Beauni Therefor. The editor el ,|he Taylor organ of this place 4sak enaaawah |t •week to make some remarks Wpoa owr poait fin, past, present and prospective, ia relation to tho Presidency, and to cast cTom* reflections which seem to demand-a passing reply! , lest s lence on our part might be construed into an endorsement of his imputations. Passing over ^everything else contained in his brief paragraph for the present, we will modestly remind our' cotemporary that the charge of being " whipped tn" cornea with ibad grace from a man who 01 common fame has placed in leading strings 1 iter since his first introduction io the editorial chair. We repel the imputation that he ha i, so ungenerously and falsely made, and burl i |baek upon himself as infinitely more deeervir fof it." No " hunker leader," or " leaden," hi i.influenced our course in the matter in quest! rip a hairs breadth—not any «thuman or " uique" of men. "Our course, «neh as it has been, baa been our ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

ffThe cry Is StUl Uicy Come." Th| letters from Gen. Taylor seem to multiply |n every band, and if we may judge from the tone of the Taylor press, to multiply trouble and sjjrrow in the Whig camp. No less than threeJpf these precious missives, in all of which be declares his independence of party and of party|obligationa, and in one of which he asserts that he would have accepted the Baltimore f Convention nomination had it been tenderedito him. See. (for which see another column,!j we find in a single number of the Tribune;f We do not doubt this declaration in the leasts-yea he would " have jumped at tne< chance." ' Br|, by the way, this letter seems to- be a "w<£ blanket" t$ the Taylorites several of the more^rabid of their press pronouncing it a "forgery,^ The Tribune, however avouches for its g|huineness,as dii also several other Whig papers, and we doubt not wjth entire accuracy. Henc* the trouble. It is "bard rowing" to try to pc|suade Whigs to support Tay...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

ArrlT8a«rUMBrIUuua». Stwi Btyilittr. THPORTAMtFROM IRELAND I The Britannia iirrived at Boston at 1-r.M., jjripg made thejkssago in fourteen days.— ghe sailed from Liverpool on the 12th of Aug. The European^imes , says: Affairs in Irelatld have not materially changed, though every jtjay seems to lessen theprob-' .hility of any serijfus outbreak. That thiiunfortunate country! ja not now plunged into all the horrors of a cipl war, is hot to be attributed to tho disinclination of the people to rise no in arms—but^irather it would seem to be the want of bold, ||hle, and trusted leaders. Mr. W. S. O'Brien was arrested on Saturday evening, August 5, at the railroad station at Thurles, whilstjin the act of procuring a ticket for Limoriqk, where, it is said, he intended to -have, takepj refuge among his friends. Immediately aftetlhis arrest he was marched to Bridewell, an| subsequently convoyed to Dublin, anAlodgecfiin Kilmainhnm jail. After O'Brien's arrest, |b is said to have expre...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

¦'J^^iin'Bm^^J^ e^ ^. ¦ ! The eorrespondence between the orj an of theB^Mo;Conventio|i (Meatri "'BM\ lutler, Joa^lL White and 3. P. Chase,' C\ mmit-; tj^]a^|' j^.'Tfn ^^D>'^h^B!^ (iepw ilie nomination If thaji body forth itresidency./bas.just made its appearance^ j It is quite voluminous, and; wo must do him tj ejus-, tice to say that this letter from Mr. Van- Buren is among the ablest prpductions of his p^ a. A more lucid, thorough,; eloquent vindication of the Principles of the jWilmot Proviso l ne do not recollect ever having seen. That i ortion of it we quote below. isTbe following he the resolutions (or "platform") of the Contention which form 'the basis of his remarks: ! 1st Adequate, efficient and certain, secoritjj against the extension of slavery into territories where i did nut practically exist, ! 2U. Thar, in the language of yoor own enndei sed sriti eacellent resolution, *-Slsirery in tbe several jtatesol this TJaion which reeacnixlp iu existenoe shonld d...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

¦\ From Oregon. xne jNew. xorK Liommercfal Advertiser bas the Oregon Spectator of April 20th, which contains the following intelligence: A lettjer dated Fort Waters, April 4th, says. We look! for! the Indians to come on us every day,—they!say they will give us; one more fight, and drive- as from the country. We expect they will ntimber twelve hundred. Tho Cayuses, Nejz Perces, Walla Wallas, Spokans and Peluches, will all join and fl^ht us arjd wo may expect ii call for more men in a:: short time.— Wo-««-|»rcparing for syi attactt We arc killisg fe'ef and 'drying it to daV. I think we can defend, tjhis; post—we shall do so or die in the attempt] i The weather in Oregon was charming, and the crops abundant. Tho following spirited reply was given by the young ladies of the Willamette Valley, toan appeal from Captain Mason, that they would use tbeir innuence in bringing volunteers into tho field:—i ; In replyj we hereby, one and all, of our own free good will, solemnly pledge ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

;S*S5j^S§^E^^^^w5^^^^^^^^5l|•''<'', : i^^f^^f^^t^mS^Si IMaVft BOWIf^Ta«eWa«-i^ " PfS&SH?* :°>^at^^'*Wtai»*,'rf'iV'- Iaas-*W^-°1S!^*%^,"1**^» %* • ^fe?S3£''u}t£SSHfcsSb^f5' »««»aaV:y tS^'^^^^^JL ^Jii ^'^'":' "j'* ;Sl n^S^P^^^^vs-. ¦ - -¦ByOt^¦ (af»W?iSSI ,--:' • :"-'*]l--"-""'^cr;*~' :-.ggy^g%Jt*'ft j-iMf^iM^mh^- ^ NewlkokE^lifllmea.; rjIHE sabscriban take trda'oant^it* aT^uaasaBlBBBHt X that Mm ba*» )s** opaa3 afcaraVtia5aaaaW l aoor aaat ofBaMsria ak*Baaaa«wa^S»a»a»i^ara« J^M^S^^r^m ladadrn* Setwot. Claaaieal '*a*«ffis3a»aaBaal'aiaaBB l' af< alaaoat a^iy tft* and deaeHat»ie%»roi4rfcswaasWaa at. prioes that eanaot fail to give —'-' f-'-j g ' ¦¦ ' -¦¦>¦' Town's a^Saader'a Spalllna Bonka atf p^aaaia.'" - .-:-. =.; !; w b ^«---BA«Bli|.^Jrt|l». ¦ - , Hontrrwe July »!¦ IMS.;.;;-.' -..v.: -,-.(.-.i-'v , 'l;,j-.iy..; - SHtPHKHPatcf arsaysrs 7^ar^lFeTa >tfM»-<w0,f. »• baatMedkW ea* M purifiin. tcVsllsaA aaat daatroyiog tftfrsas.jaat racs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 31 August 1848

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