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

j Capture or Tuspan. News has been received at JNew Orleans by the schooner Gen. Patterson,- of tho capture of Tuspan by Com. Perry. ' The Gen. Patterson fell in with Com. Perry and his Squadron on their return from the Tuspan expedition on the 24th ultimo, twentyfive mileS North of Vera Cruz. . She was boarded by an officer rrom the U. S. Steamer Scorpion, who put letters on board, and who reported !•• Cant. Jackson that on the 19th, Tuspan had been taken, after a fierce and determined resistance by the Mexican troops. We lost some four men killed and fourteen wouifded, among wh. m were four officers. Capt. Tatnall slightly, Lieut. Parker severely, Lieut. Hartstein, and Passed Midshipman Lounds, slightly. The Mexicans finding other resistance unavailing spiked all their guns, razed the defences of the place and then abandoned it: From Chihuahua.—Advices from Chihuahua to 20th March, via. Saltillo, states that Col. Doniphan was prepared to make a treaty with the Governor of ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 20 May 1847

From tbe M«nr Tort Cloba, »ta» 14. LATER FB0M MEXICO. ; Jalapa and Peratc Token. Santa Anna at Oritabawith 6,000 Menl—Mexican Army Dispersed .'—'CoL Childa. Governor of Jalapa Ir+QeAt Shields not] peadl '' f v ¦ jVe have by Telegraph the following report', copied from- the New ¦ Orleans Commercial Ttiries of May 6tb,—-one day in advance of the mail: ' -. By the arrival last evening of the steamship New' Orleans, Capt. .Wright, which left Vera Crus on the 27th ult., we have received a mass of letters and papers from Our friends and correspondents in that city. . General Scott was vigorously pressing the enemy, affording the defeated Mexicans no respite. Jalapa and Perote have been occupied; and the report was current when the New Orleans set sail, that Gen. Scott was on the point of inaking a demonstration upon Puebltf itself. "Santa Anna, when last heard From, was in so forlorn, a condition that - it was expected he would give himself up to the American Governor iof Vera Cru...

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

From the City! of Mexico. The Now. Orleans papers of the 12d init, contain the following interesting news frog the city_of Mexico: | ¦ • \ The moment Santa Anna left the city '«f Mexico to take command of the army; the powers of President would devolve ' upon Gomes Farias. His enemies tried every means to get rid of Farias. Finally a bill was passed' bj Congress, abolishing the joffice of. Vice Preai. dent; also granting Santa Anna permission to take command of the army; also providing thai his' duties should be discharged by j a professional President, named iby Congress*. Immediately afterwards, and|'upon Sania Anna's leaving the city, Congress chose Pedro Anays, President. He received 60 votes, land Gen. Almonte 11, voting by person, and 18 votes*, gainst 3 counting by deputations. The result beins promulgated, permission was granted that Senora Santa Anajta-should take the oath of office. This was bn tthe first of April. On the 2d Senor Anaya entered upon lus duties, as ...

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

Highly Important froQi Mexico. Correspondence ot tne renhsyivanian. . , Fkedericksbukg-, Va., May 1£,;1S4". I transmit the following additional Mexican intelligence contained in the New Orleans pipers of the 'Gth inst. : ' Upon tlie receipt of the news of the defeat at Cerro Gordo, the Mexican Congress held in extraordinary "session, at which a; decree ¥ii passed, dictating , to-all' Mexicans the importance of carrying onl the' war, and defending the nationality of the Republic. It also prohibit s the Executive;, from making: peace with the United States, or concluding, negotiation with' foreign powers disposing of any part of the territories. The decree pronounces all to be traitors, whether private persons or publfc functionaries, who make any treaty with th United States, aud declares, such treaty to M null and void. A permanent committee is jo be installed; should Congress.find it impossible to continue its sessions.' On this committee ft to {devolve the whole-duties of tb...

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

,l«rine thatlhe Was empowered to raise a gu-S corp^and calls « aU good Mexicans to ;0in his standard. ¦

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

WINTER Sperm, Refined white. Uaseed and Olive OILS of tbe purest dualh*~ itlso, Paints ot. every color and description warranted to |it«eatan*aetrOO,ao4 will be sold wry W by s j • Bentley * Bead. RUGS a> MEDICINE* -A full assortmem Just opeoed, aad for sole right by Bentity + Read. LADIES Buskins, Slippers and Oaltera^ alio a large assortment o< Children's shoes ate. Bentley Sr Read. Niaw ctoonfii T HE subscriber*;Hre now receiving their assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! to whicn they invite attention. Produce of most kinds wniund in exchange lor Goods. We wish n distinctl f ettscTstaasl that we nre not anxious tosqll Goods except for Rxant m. - Mills $f Sherman. JSonirose, Alay 28.1847. 80 3w NEW ARRANGEMENT. l-THROP & CHAPMAN, FARMERS EXCHANGE, SpaiwaviLLi, Pa. THE Subscribers would respectfully live notice :o the public that they \ are receiv ing a new ind complete assortment of • SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, all ot which they Will exchange for, ...

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

NEW GOODS. FB . CHANDLER, &. CO (are now receiving . a large and weilkeleci^d addilioo io their Rti>ck of Goods, lo wnich ibey would mvitejthe alteni;on of purchaser;).. i The.r siock'i.s now qu.ie iprge.arid they are determined tho (for Cash, Barter br.on approved credit ihev will a-clint Iqast as low as any esiabliahmcnt In the. County.! . ; I Montr-.se, May 20, 1*47. ; ¦ ; AMERICAN, French and English Cloths and C»8*imeres, Latins and fancy Vest tags for sale by ' Chandler Sr Co). - i__. _. ; —f PRINTS, a good assortment, American and English, rtry cheap. j v Chandler k Co]. SUMMER Stuffs. Tweeds Drills^ Bro Linens &c. i Chandler} Co. INCH A MS. Lawns, DeLaaee and other Dres* Goods. j '?« Chandler k C6. QMEETINGS Bra. and Bleacbed, a variety | ; Chandler » Co'\. LEGHORN and Straw Bonnets, plain and fancy braid. Ribbon* Flowers 4c. ! Chandler * Cf PARASOLS and Shades at ; j ¦ 1 : ¦:- ; Chandler fc CW>. J CJ ARDWARE, IrofcNailsj^. at ] G1ROCERIES, a ...

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

, J. tt DMOCK, \ Attorney at Law^-Haa removed hli OAee to Turnpike Street, one dew Cast of B. T. Case's Oflea, and threadejora West of the ¦^It li^ r^SuaitOntee, ^ \ Moatrose.MayTllSe?. \ Ievv goods. THE Subscriber is now receiving aad oflera for «ale a new aho deeirable stock of SPRING 4 SUMMER MODS, at prieea which cannot fail to ha satisfactory to all who desire grjtt bargains. His stock cooprises a fall assortmauiot Baroooae, caocxnT, eaecniia, suaswaaa, smacnua, oauoa, DTt>ST0T»S, BtATU. TW-waaa, naa,4c, all of which will be sold at Mtsswihlmericu. May 13. 1847. '*?*«. N: & No cbargo made for exhibiting goods, therefore doot fail to gin as a call before purchasing elsewhere. J. Lyons.

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

mHVSS), ' ., IN exchange for Goods, Eggs, Beeswat, Tow Cloth, Flax, Butler, Dried Apples, Bags, Grain, Old Pewter, Beans, etc. Ac. A GOOD ussoriment of Ladies' shoes, slips gaiters, buskins, Cbi'drent' shoes, enck* Palm leaf Hals. Boys Caps, Umbrellas, Para. soli etc.. ju<t landing at J. Lyons. INGHAM8* DRESS LA WNS, M. DELAINES, OINUHAN LA WNS, some splendid patterns just received and selling very cacep/or cos* by J. Lyons. WOODEN Pads. Butter stamps and Ladles, Clothes Pins, Sic. die. at J. Lyras IfbADOZ. fresh Kggs wanted for Goods JL \ J\J next week at 8 els. per dozen. May 5. J. Lyons. BOMRTlll?iQ ~ HEW \ WHEREAS.it being .enerally understood that JOHN GROVES, the -General Taylor of Mom rose," executes all kinds of work in bis line of business, in a little better •tyle. and at as f»ir prices as any other Taylor this side oil Mexico; thin is te inform all who hove, or. nviy f-vor him with their euatom. that he has just received from New .York his nsunl variety nf x/ SPR...

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

PROCLAMATION! I »n Voro »uWico. W HERE AS, iVatwrf, having furnished to the head of Man. no covering, sufficient to protect it from tbe Winter's storm, or the burning raysot Summer's sub, it is found high, ly essential to bis comfort and beauty, that he provides himself wrth seme atoUen/eirte calculated to supply the deficiency-! And, whereas, prudence require*, that every ,pne, should purchase such articles as they may heed, where those equally good, can be obtained at the {stent prices, therefore, be it Xiwwrt, >0 the inhabitants ot Susquehanna County, and all others whom it may concern, that WE BL^PObT) *- CO. Have established ihemw.'lves at .the old stand, one door south ot the FaSHIM* JStobc. where they intt-nd to ssunufavfure, and keep constantly oo band, Hats of every description. In addition to their unusually large stock of Hats now on band, nnd manufactured at their establishment, W. M. P. &. Co. have just received from Nrw Yaaavafulisupply of SUMMER HAT...

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

sss^a assss^^ .. \t- ¦}..... CLOTH CA2l,\ ._i OlJUNapdfaMy.madeof fight clots), aud K ' awltabla far swomer, at. /f } ' "V-'rf ' -v'- '¦•• '-•^rravit,»|ity--j| i Ct>«. . '¦" -±V- PALMLEAf HATS, | . •¦•; r\F every kind, arid ¦ ta any «ms«rr. <mt U towj wM.M.hn;fvto. ~ NEW STYLE GENT i HATS. Spring F*»kfm f*r INT. CBAW1&7U4 iMtmbigUMlyaeswaa. t bell at sides. 1-1« /root tadlrear, 1-4 eorvo.. Ttt-| c^ai.jfle.. Bm-?f tacaaa wide.front and taarJand 1»1B sa.aide*. - Bttson—M of an inch wbje^ -:¦ -I The above new style. inu«d need ia New York oo Serorday, March fltb.ty BefbaaVCos ur, arajnewrea-ly and lorsAla;!f'W ' April 8. MERRli j ;«j.fJl00f. ; OJMrtt-lrTAlftKltft i iWfft^^^^*' ¦'' -;' • ¦ ,;' j.lVqns. . TMEPAXBTOB. If ABXM ' ' 1JHE members of the Montn seslod Bridgewater Artillery, jure here br notified that aaeleetienwiU ha bfld at tbi Uotlaa of Geo. D. D. Warner, between the bom aoflOoteock, A.M.,and8P.M..on Saturdnj thf«d last, tor the purpose ot ebtetmg eo...

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

THE subscriber bjeing aba >t to i^rnove from* this county, wilt dupose or aupublic sale on TvksDiT, tbe Soili of May n ;xt ^t his residence iln Appallacan«(late Cho ooul) township his Household and Kitchen f unilure, Comprising bedsteads, tables, bureau u nfa^jeasy chair, atoveai pots. tc. d;c-f-also a >l Bsusjre carriage on eliptie springs, harness, nt d the remainder of his farming impjeineuts; mi a| variety of otherarticlea. i - Sale to commence at 11 o'c o ck. A, ML Terms made known on tbe i iy of sale. 1 ,f H-MfitUGAN: - i AhfrifTBaalru.!. DV ?— i ¦ Dl virtoeefs writofV#«J. Ss.snH oqt of lbse^urt of Caauooa Pltss ot SuaajMbaalaCsmtyand t» rsn directed, will be^ipowd to ; mblre Ssisat Ibe-Ceort Horn io MootraM, en - 8s ba rdsyf the Ifib day •f Jans nut at sua Vtlook t.Ui- -All IhsJj eartain pieea or parte) of land <itn.au in tl» toatnahi^ of star. monlLlaths county oft 8u«qimh:n 14 |riti atalo of Faun*} hraoiB, butialJ, bouudtd i n > dt^enbed as f...

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

Latest from Use SoutH. rjlled andScounied at Cerro Gordo-'Qfn Shields' toound—Mexicans out of ammur FnBDtkicKS?BTjRG, Va., May 14,1847. There u»ve been no late arrivals at New Orleans from Vera Cms or the Bratos. The Picayune revived by to-day's mail contains a list of tho Spied and wounded at Cerro Gordo, which presents tho following aggregate loss :— Re-a]arSi_14 officers- wounded; 39 of the rankind file killed; wounded, 196. . ! Volunteers—1 officer killed and 7 wounded; 3 of the rat| k and file killed and 48 wounded. A letter ;from the aid-de-camp of General Shields, published in the Deltas, states his recovery to U almost cerUin. T-he ball entered the right blest, about two inches below tbe nipple, and "passing through the right lobo of the longs trfthout inflicting any mortal injury. fie .Mex|can officers say that their goVernaent have no morie ^runs or ammunition, and list peace rnust speedily ensue. '¦; Total killed and wounded, 307.

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

OFFICIAL, DESPATCH. The foUVfing despatch from Gen. ScoTTi rnving a briiif account of the battle of Cero Gordo, was Published' in the Washington.Union of Satur|ay week : HKAbQOABTEnS OF THE ARMY, Plan di-1 ftio, 50 miles from Vera Cruz, Atiril 19, 1847. Str :—Trio plan of Attack sketched in Germrat Ordiis No. W2. [published below,] herewith, wi* finely executed, by this gallant army, befori]tw.o o'clock, p. m., yesterday.— We arc quite cmliarassed .with the results of victory—prisoners of war, heavj ordnan.ee, field batteries, small arms and accoutrements. Abor t 3.00fj men laid dnwn th^r arms, with the usual proportion of gold and company offi-, eers. besidessfive generals, several of them of ereat distinction, Pinson, .farrero. La Vega, Noriega, and! Obandoj A sixth general, Vasquet, was killed in defending the battery (tower ) in the rCp.r of the; whole Mexican army, the capture of v/ihich gaye us those glorious results. Our lossji though eomparativclv small in numbers. ha»...

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

latrataisaamili r>lf»« "' , Mora discoveries probably have been i Made in sdeBeeand art by accident and fortunate blunders, than1. in any other, way. As a - late instance clUbis fortunate stumbling^ tipon a truth, we notice ^ tblt a physician iri Georgia; in attempting to fff&nre-gun cotton front i receipt sent to him, found to his astonishment* thai his; coiton sot; only would not; explode, but woidd-not evt* tgprte. He repeated the M&'kuik'tt'l&m ;W>s tfaJmMfc 0 therefore no# efcSM jto Uve tH&yttil a inethoi of rende1r^ebtt6n,m ail very small expense. He Rimeir a&lgw that the texture cf the cotton is not injurea in the wast, and is therefore as capable of hejne made |ito clothing as before the operation: This, it tppears to, us, is a discovery of .considerable Hnportance.—Sat. Eve. Post.

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

I Latei* fVoimCoii. TmrlsWa Amv. ii The New Orleans Delta of May 6, brings the following interesting intelligence from Gen. JTsylor'sarmy:* ^ |i We yesterday conversed with an officer direct from Saltfflo. He left there on the 14th alt. The force stationed there and at Buena Vista, under tbe command of Wool, was composed .of the 1st and 2d Illinois regiments, the Id Kentucky regiment, the 2d and 3d Indianfans! and the Arkansas cavalry. The Island 2d TJlinnis were about to leave; the term of enlistment of the whole of them will have expired between the 1st and 20th proximo. I The artillery force that was in the battle of Buena Vista, are still stationed there, as are. ijlso CoL May's dragoons. A squadron oi the fatter, numbering some 200,- under Lieut. Rucker, made a scout in the adjoining country. Jhey found Gen Minon in the neighborhood j|f Encarnacion, at the bead of a thousand or fifteen hundred lancers. They thought to draw a fight from Minon, but were unsuccessful.— [Thre...

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

I - a&urrttanurnts^ \ ^EWGOODiT j-^I^HE --ubscriber isjust receiving from New f JL Yurk. » large, and well sclfeced slock of Spring &. Summer snoods, Snf evs-ry \aritty, which 'b-» otfer* for sal? upon j!he principle of " Quick sales and Umall pro/Ut." \ EDWIN T1KFANY. ;. Cir.okl>n. May 12, 1&47. wmw-m^mss I i\ivji TaffiW oataAg a a a ' f I ^ftE subscriber* are now receiving a large |X and dt-stra,ble mock of BPBINO & feDBUMB GOODS, ;which were bought for Cash, und will be sold [for th*" ssime as cheap as can be b. ughtin Nor~ nbern P. nnsylvaoia. Our friends and cuslo-- 'mprm will please necepi our thanks for their Tfry liberal patronage during the past vear; anil ¦ REMEMBER tb-ii any thing wanted in our fline tpr the year to rofne will be furnisher* th- ra ;on the principle of * Vive snd let i tire.' ' NOT '10 BE UNDERSOLD.' is our motto, and we intend strictly to adhere wit. All kinds of Country produce rer-eired in payment as Well ;ns Cas...

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

s-V . , , ^^-¦-^.^¦ti&jSSSF Messrs. JlDiVbns\—i'ai*»vered in^pur paper of A|rU 'vti&M f&M^M *4 °?i aebldiw«»jt%man as?he terjns him, and were.* not for tne-tnann«r «\:"*»fe"iK *PSl*. * *^ i%onn. >cakL water man hfs ,venture^ont : I would Hotfrepty to sofwea* an article as KsSaitit&d/? hypocricy-exposei^, ^hyjrisiiot near rhM and^what^an'hMieem mans to pick -io barrens production anfpla^>itlbef«si'tW community I am atwloss^toTdeternune. \ It would seem that i p|p| wbo.professes to belong to tie^ cold water, ilrmy^j, would hardly dare to reply .to an£ din0o|ttstenf and absurd tbebry^hatanak-lramel^^^ might conjure up in his heat^.tmaMuationi but I *nll notice this (rnlyto etiow th>t I did; not intend any penalities in my flirt article, but, if any thing was said in }t, (bat fir. Wells can apply jto his dear rutnseEfers, hej or they, ate at^er? feet liberty to apply it to Ihcff own benefit, as may suit them best. An$, if w.^jtwg ...

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

~ V Tbe .Press. Thoughts flit and nutter thro' the mind, As o'er the waves the shifting wind. Trackless and traceless, in their flight," As falling stars of yesternight i Or the old tide-marks; on the shore -Which other tides have rippled o'er. Yet Art, by genius trained'and taught, Arrests-rrecprds the ieeting thought, Stamps on, the minutej of the hour ¦.' A lasting and eternal power, _ | • And to Mind's passing shadow gives An influence that forever lives. But mightiest of the mighty means On which the arm of progress leans, Man's noblest mission lo advance His woes assuage1 , his weal'enhance, His rights enforce, hisi wrongs redress—^ , Mightiest of the mighty is^—the Pbess. A Patriotic Minister. " Although these grayhairsmnst descend to the sepulchre, I would infinitely' rather they should descend thither by theband of the public executioner, than desert at this crisis the sacred cause of my country. Such,'reader, was the-langujtgc'of a minister of the Gospel, " enliste...

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

' ; ?w^*^^r|a«55|WK ,' 7^" it 1 NBiv anlfuil assortment of Ptonjss and J\ Vhmth Catting of tbe most approved con-^^4iM^vsssir "NewiMHforjlApril 4th, 1847. . "' BI**i!KSMiTHia'ii. : •' .* - ii . i - THE Subscriber would inform his friends, nrid^bepiblicthat he has purchased the shop formerly lecopied by P.: Jenta, but more recently by MrliH. Patrick, a few rods west of the Court House, where be is now carrying on tbe above busies in all its branches. He so* i^tt ^Tihe?u ^5^^BT. ; Ifs^roea. ^al.'aO^lW..^\ < \l \ '- ,

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