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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

aWSQUaraAlflYA COUNT I {DRUG ^ STORE. BENTLEY &. READ, have this day received an addition to their stock of Drugs, kines, Dyestuffs, Oils, <f*. d/C,* which mkkea their winter assortment complete, and to which they invite tbe attention of their friends in Susquehanna county. 'Physicians and oth ers supplied with every article in our line at as tote a rale as st any other establishment in Northern Pennsylvania. Montrose, Dec 9. 1848. ^»v T>{tJRE winter strained, Full & tStZtl *| Refined Whale OILS, also, \ M0tgm Lirjaeed and Tanner's do.rfor sale SaissssjSaMi cheap T ^ENTLEy& REAp

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

TWISTER'S, Balsam of Wild Cherry, Scar T T pas Aeotmstie 00, World'* Salve. Jayne's Expectorant, Vermifuge, Carminative Balsam, Sand's Sarsaparilla, Dr. H'Mann's Elixerof Opium, Balssmbf Life,! Ballard's Oil Soap, Brjitista & Harlem Oils. Muffats Phenix Bitters, Sliumar's tt Wisiar's Cough Lozenges, and many others oftbe popular medicines of tbe day, for sale r/gat by I ? ~ [ BENTLEY & READ. «5TEELBEEDSand PURSE TWIST, a new •o supply just received, also. Steel Bag and PbrseClasps, Slides,luetic. \ .: Bentley <f Read. jhtlANK MILLER'S, celebrated Leather M. Preservative and water Proof Oil Blackimr juSt the thing lor this weather, for sale by ' i Bentley A Redd.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

FARM FOR SALE. ¦ ¦ J|-...'. r*|l HE subscriber offers for Sale his Farm, -¦• containing one hundred acres, situats .in hhi part of the township ofNew Milford, known "t J heS>aoley aeulement, Susquehanna Coon, ty, Pennsylvania. "About sixty aerosol Said fajrm oreio a good state of culiivaiion.-^be whole is well watered—good and eonvenlent briildingS tbeieon—and an orcbaid of 90Qbear» ^aaaaaaaaV ' ' ' flaaaataa I *^aaBBBaaK aaB^^B^gff1 ¦<aSJ»P'. APPLE TRBES, <HsjF! *|fflf year* when most.or thardruv'fee oeigbborbood were' rendered wonbless lor the •tswoci by the frost, yielded opwsrds of 400bu T1* t""^!° L* I9!? *«rt»r* of oilier fruits among which siePears, Pescbssu Pluma\*c . •the1 portion not cleared Is well UmTs»reo,, eW the wrmjee a^hplei-offefsgc^inaii^^ id any on* wboUdsairoMtn'purBhaeiiigafara^la ^ .'e ?I. iono*eOB'rt ^ fhsWiwelsolitleeltmim iuUnmlm* * Poor Mill eoilCiSei W*w.i<.;i>rd,.JoDn^i^| s^ [• -Ai>s>d»vTaa.T ^^ mm:jt(ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

!¦ '^IliiSLBStti I : ¦ \*7^r^t»osfirwfee^ lf\T of oew gootle, to which we invite tia tentkm of ourtriaoda.: J-^zk ¦¦ - ¦'" ^^^^'^^ Wt^^gBERMAW

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

NEWITXfls.' C-TOODg tl ENRTt BURRITT «baid fovjie the, tehtion of his friendsand the poblicito the -_ rior and extensMveawortmsnt of Staple and s? ey Dry Goods for Fall and Winter/ whim ia now receiving, cbmprMngfolii Vsrietin Dry Goods,! Groreties, Crockery, Harden Iron, Steel, Naik Palous Medieioei, Uffl^ LiMeed Oils, Fish, Buffalo Robes, Palm le», Ac. Ac. His new supplied and general .. ofgoeds willjat all times as heretoTore be fa Of the most attractive and desirable charm hod will be sold at prieet entirely^ conform,) to the preaem low grade of inn market, ar«j most goods, at a large rsidoctionj' from ran, prices, for Cash, Produce, or spproved crii NewMiir*d,Oeti81si,j8«r ! W JVEW JMRY GOOBST^ NOW opening a^ O BorritiV a choice 1 sortmont of Calico Prints; Plain Bl«, Striped and Luatered Alpaccas; Black, Pi, and Fancy Mooselline de Laines;; Extra k» do. Robes, New Styiee, rich Cashmere deEei •e, Dress Silks; Silk Velvets, Sstios, 8i<b Ribbonds for Bonnets; Gimps, Dr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

UE\l) OF \AV1G\TI0.\!!! Win JTeverZSlriiee it* tolorn^ Be Undersold I THE Subscriber tenders bis'grateful (t. knowledgemenis. to those wbo-navej,«. ronized him, and solicits a cohffouance of thai patronage, sqd of the public generally. llJi now receiving his Well selected suck of gok as follows:- /j i ¦ |H DRYlQOOpS. ;; Among which may be found—Bjmver CloL Broad Cloths, Plainsand Fincy KerseyrnX Satinetts, Some N^SlyU*. Muslin! Do LaisT Cashmeres, Oregon jmd Alpacea ftobes. T li«SOO l\ YDS. Printa—Brocfae Damask 'Woolen iLj Waffle Shawls, Silk Velvet, Blscki Satin, |o4 MeriOo Vestings, New Patterns. Cotton jYln. Tickings, Sheetings! and Baits, Ladle's Hotafr a greit Variety— ' *.' ' I . f MUFFS. FURTRIM'D CLOTri, AND fljll SILK CAPS. t T OROCERIES Molasses,-8t. Crbix Syrrup, Imperial yol. Hyson, Hyson Skirt, and Sooghdbong Tsu, fresh. Brown Sugars, Lump i sugar, £m white pulverized do. Eitia' American >fj» tard,.Best Mould tnllow andfperrricandle»,$i. fee. Rice, Sweet Tob...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 13 May 1847

gttsmfgg cirus. I BK.ffi. SMrra, H DENTIST-Sets Teeth on Gold Piste ml does all Dentist work in the best style. JUI work warranted.'Can be found at L. Seat is on Monday endToesdar of each week. [ ~~ MILLS A: SHERMAN, T FJealem inJDry-Geods, Groceries,! Hsrd-W it, .Crockery, Iroo, Nails, Fish 4c.—Ooe ipor below Judge Posi's. '7 . j ..:'j..'?TIFF.A!*Y;.i ¦ ] ' Dealer in Dry-Goods, Groceries, Hsrdelt* 4c—Brookly n; apeg's, Co., Pa? ,, ;:r'>'M;tA!riiBOPr!,'' ' PJiysicaansod 8rii»ebn—Office ore' As f j'C^ns^a^ rinjf^BJ al^^ ' _[_ J"; 7:;J,pffi|^2w5i:ocK,~ ' ¦ 1 - PnysiciaiuaodSurs^iis,Mo«trose,Ps. --< *• ceoverR. Scerledt.Cg'sStore.j . j DAVID CIBMONS, f Coach, Wagon 4.; Sleigh Manufacturer W Repairer—Shop! on lbs Wilkesbsrrs Ti «- pike, a few rodsibelow the Villsgo. .\ , SS Dealer In Dry Goods; Grooerle* , Hard* ir* | Crockery, Looking Glassss, BtboeA 01 f i ..ware. Shoes, a>c. -Fir8t Stok beloe •» j Court House. East aide of Public Arenus ^ *i.\ - " UTTLK rk ST...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

POETRY. JThe Three Yolces. • v What ^taith the Part 10 thee * Weep' - ' C Truth is departed : Beauty bath died UkeUhc dream ol'a sleep, Love is fn.(nt-heartfd ; Triflet of sense, Uie profoundly unreal, Scared from our fpinwGod'i holy ordeal—*" So Aft a fi.nerel bell slow and deep, So tiblls the pas: to thee! Weep! - } i How-Ipeaka^he present hour? Act! ~ ; Walk, upward planting; 80 shit) (thy fom-rtrp* in glory b« tracked, ,J Slnw, but advancing,. Scorn not the tsinallnrs* of the daily endeavor * L»-t tiJ* great meaning ennoble iu*vcr, Drrntp not o'er eifitrts expanded in vain; Work, a* believing that labor is gain. What ioth the future ray 3 Horr! ~ Turn lliy face sunward ' . [ Look flriiere the lie hi irlnce* the lar rising •Aopc—I* Hay coihcth onf^ard. \Yau-lf3 Tho*wi long he the twilicht dclayin-, Let ihc^tirrt sunbeam ariw on tlxf praying; Fear hot, for greater i* God hy thy side. Tii a ft armies of Sal an against iht-e allied '.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

IIorse-Flesti w*. gfekun. A DOWN-EASTER IN ^ .j"FIX." We have seen many comicaU spones in our day: but our rfbs have seldom §eea more dangerously affected than by the fallowing laughter-provoking incidents jtliat fell under our eye in" the Pine Tree State last seajon. ¦ We chanced), one October afternoon, to be standing on the steamboat wha§f in HalloweH, witnessing the,depar ture of th6 pbartcr Oak, when just as >he had got faifty; underweigh, and had opened a gap of some t£v(inty rods between herself and the wharf J a| long-legged youngster fromrthe country, cante Punning down the hill like a race horse, swinging! his hat high in the air, and bawling at the top j of his lungs, "Stop! stop! flaptain stop!"-; The steamer unmindful of tlie young gentlcraarfs entreaties., or else hard of hearing moved oii steadily in her course, without rowing a point in (the compass, when again the would-be passenger- pitching his voice to aftigher key, shouted loudly cnough almost to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

Practical Jokea and Bad liquor I BY TUB EX-FB.EX.CH EDITOR. ! It is a well known fact that often times both I those jokejs which are called 'practical'—and that liquor which is termed 'bad,' have been productivej of exceedingly cyi! consequences; but whether the llquor"Or the joke has done the most mischief, we are not called upon just now to determiue. We propose to . make mention of an affairj where bad liquors and a practical joke were productive of the. very best, consequences imaginable. Many years ago, while the State'of Georgia was yet in jits infancy, an eccentric creature named Brpwn, was one of the Circuit Judges. Jle was a taan of considerable ability, of inflexible integrity; and much beloved and respected by all the legal profession, but he had one common fault.; His social qualities would lead him, despite his judgment, into frequent excess. In travelling the' Circuit,.it was Iris al most invariable babit the night before opening the Court to get 'comfortably C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

I mt Stnwcrat IS PUBttSTKD EVKBY THCRSDAV M0»NIS0,i B$ FILLER & HEnt»STED. ! x^—j T E R M 8. ei,SO«rft,r.,l'Pal<lln ixlvance, or»2,00 Ifpafd at I be ^cti he ydir. : ^ tt at. chaijed for postage if carried at tile publisher*' ex-. - f ' ' 1 pOUt ; ;>, Diautatinaattee* optlnnal, except when arrearage*arP P*^- AonaTtaai^KTr« one dollar per «l»are nf twelve lines, or \t*. for Uie flrVtthfpe inserttnni". and,iwenty-firrrent* farcy. erf nuhileaiientAnaertion. A liberal discount will be made* to ¦ -tiio«ewlio ad^rtbte by the year. {£r> Businea^ letters and couicnunications for tbc paper must be rosT paid iq ensure attention'. , - LL_ '¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

MISCELLANY. 1. The Star of tbe Harem. *A TALE OF TUB EAST. Ir wa? twilight in the East, and its golden hues eknccrl' athwart the sky that arclifd above the glossy £iea of Marmora, while the arising moon, just tipping the gilted crescents of the Wosques, si&'ered the li ^'ht waves of the Bospborus. Nlar its banks at this hour sat a couple of ti^baned youths dressciHit the Iiosl mode iattirefof the Arme.iian people. Ou a near approach it was easy to discover that one was a female evidently s.;ekinp to elisguwe her sex. the youth by her sidd;being her biver, ti> meet whfim ialone she had bazardeil tlijs exposure liv theSwater s side. " Ah. (leajest Zi'lah. wonld that we had bopti buru hr beyond tlie sea whence comes yonder noble ship With those stars dnttins her azuri' flag for in ^mcriea, lam told that roligi- >us belief is nn bar t.> the union of hearts." •• N'T should it be lu.-rc, Al llxssan," replied the gojltle trirl by his side. " did our no-He...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

Country Kewspapera. | A cotemporary gives this good as well as ppportune advice : I„et no farmer -and no other man relinquish the newspaper published in his own neighborhood, for the sake of taking some other-larger, cheaper, or more popular newspaper published abroad The newspaper published in one's own county, as, as a general rule, more valuable than any other, if it be for nothing but the advertisements; for even they are the .thermometer of business, and often the key which opens the door to excellent bargains.— ilt is of no little consequence to the farmer, to, know what is going on in his market town; the competitions in' buying produce; the changes in business operations; the settlement of estates; sales of farms, Sec. We venture to say, there is_ no man who may not every year much more than save the price of subscription .to his neighboring newspaper, from its advertising columns alone; and on this Iground all ought to patronize their own newspapers. This should bedon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

""^SHH^^HHaHiSMHMS'JHHSHHHH^HH . ¦ _ - . ¦ , j v isBBBVaVP^^BsY^ aYTnU , _ * ' "^ x MONTROSE, i ^ T*0*** May|»o, «Mt." BKsnaocratlc ItoialnatttHU, fobgoVerWor, FRANCIS ti SHUNK, or ALLcontNT^ooMir. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER." MORRIS LONPSTRETH, OF HOKTGOIICBV COCHTT,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

g^* Par ticular attention invited,to our advertising columns this week. • Whist.—The Locofoeegpapers which accused General Irvin of giving 50 barrels of Flour to the suffering Irish merely to catch votes, are •mighty whist about it since Hbat quiet donation (worth $300) is contrasted with Governor Shank's, who gave a message in their behalf We clip the above morcecu from the Federal organ, up street, of last-week. It was undoubtedly penned to "soft'sodder" the "ignorant Irish," as it petulcntly dubed them in '44, and vividly calls to mind tbe manner in which it then belabored, and cudgeled, and denounced them, with its true " Natiyie American" prejudkfes and ferocity, as unfitjto be* entrusted with th* right of suffrage. ' It is evident, however, -from the above, that "a change has come over the spirit of its dreams," and that our neightor, apon the principle that desperate cases require desperate resorts, is intent upon seducing, like tbe serpent the bird it would destroy, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

¦ UtimiMd. Our neighbor of the Register Bust really be hard pushed for an objection to Gov. Shuns; , judging from theeharaeter of his late "milk and-water" attack upon the old gentleman.— After having spra* several months vainly ran* sacking among thfe Federal party rubbiab.at the capital,& nearly M long a time at home,for some* thing to hang an objection upoo.be has at length discovered (what; every body knew) that Got. Shunk has been 'so able, faithful and efficient a public servant ^hat the people have preferred to keep him in their service for quite a long term of years, evfen to tho exclusion of Federal aspirants, and in direct opposition to the authority of the Federal press. Mirabile dictu I Can it be that out neighbor is about to abandon his "ruin" candidate, and wheel his batteries into the ranks of Democracy f What means Ais testimony iniregard to Gov. S's fidelity and fitness—rtbis eloquent eulogy—this unmistakable recommend?: Our neighbor certainly will n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

General Irwin at Dome. The| Centre Democrat, printed in the county in which resides the Federal candidate for Governor, is jlajsoring vigorously and ably in support of .the Democratic nominees. From that journal of the 5th instant, we cnt the following paragraphs. The fact that the Tariff of 1&4'2 was passed over with silent contempt, by an Irvin meeting in tbe county in which Irvin resides, is almost incredible. Nothing could be more significant: Alas, poob- Yorick !—Our Federal whig neighbors, in their resolutions on Wednesday evening, said not one word about the defunct tariff of 1842. Not a tear was dropped to its memory—not even a tender allusion made to the subject. This, too, in Bellefonte, where Gen. Irvin (the reputed father of the deceased bantling.) lives. In common courtesy to the afflicted parent; a resolution of commisseration and condolence should have been passed, if for no. other purpose. ' Ait RioiiT.—Last week we had an opportunity! of conversing w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

tm mrij*. •» rjw!f»»i»^ We continue to receive the moat encouraging mte newi aayaTfta •^e '^^aR ^f"a toe " rior. 3he war Question is highly popular; and has united W Democratic party in one solid unit. T& FediJMfr**- ,*»»"»4 ** *nrir inau" creet comae against it. are trying to prove that they are .is frteida! The game of the Federal leaderk in this city, in hanging out tho name of GeneraJ Taylor for the Presidency, is understood eycfil by their own party friends, and openly ridiquled by the Democrats as the effort of ajbankjjipt party, ready for any -venture ' Aat^may |esto» them to power.' The attack of the great Federal favorite, Corwin, upon the volunteers, in his anti-war speech ot February last, 1^11 not fail of producing its proper effect upain those who have relatives in Mexico; it wilf Show them, if it does nothing else, how far thp movement in favor of General Taylor is sincerfr The Tariff question is also working wondir&v The opposition are ready to c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

a Trouble In (be Wigwam. Under this Read thtf New York Globe furnishes the following capital-" hit off" upon the singular and somewhat strange condition of the Federal Wpjug' party in regard to a Presidential knag for the race of 1S48. Nothing could have heed more appropriate or well-timed: Onr Whig friends are in a peck of trouble on the subjectlbf the next President; and we cannot perceive hew we can extricate them. One wing has nominated General Taylor—subject to the decision of a National Convention ; —another wing has nominated him without any questions at hall Tbe heads of the party are oppbsed to|a military chieftain; andthe lump of the whole concern bitterly oppose him as a slaye-holdbr;—then, to crown all these difficulties, Gdji. Scott steps forward—captures Vera Crux'ana the Castle—fights a mighty battle, and deffeats Santa Anna—takes up his line of march fta the Halls of the Mentezumas, and is, by thiaitime, in the City of Mexico—^ having conquered a peace, or driv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

Ueut. Hunter's Case. We see it stated that Lieut. Hunter (who with one vessel) compelled the town of. Alvarado to surrender, has been.dismissed from the Squadron; reprimanded. This is the sentence of a Court Martial of Naval Officers, culled to j acton his case. Our. readers will recollect, that he was sent in advance of the* squadron to reconnoitre Alvarado, with instructions not to pass tlie bar nor act on the offensive until the squadron's, arrival. On approaching the town with1 his three gun steamer; "ho .saw the., Mexicans'carry ing off public property and burn-J| ing public buildings, and believing that unless he struck, a bold blow at once, the place would be stripped and worthless by the time Com. Perry arrived, be opened a fire on the- town,-. which surrendered ater a dozen, shots, though it was strongly fortified, contained 7000 inhabitants and was under the protection of a. valiant Mexican general with,4000 troops, who fled on' yielding the town. These were the, c...

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