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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

2?®W @®®i©Sa JISHD ^WaV (33Lmi\3>3 3 3 I THE subscribers are now receiving a large and desirable stock of SPBlNO & SUMMEE GOOQS. which were bought for CasA, and will be sold ft>r the same n£ cheap ns can be bought in Northern Pr-nnsylVjania. Our friends and customers, will pleii'se nccepl our thanks for their very liberal patronage during Ihe past year ; and HE.VIEMBERJihai any thing wanted in our line for the year to come will be furnished ih.-m on the prinripl| nf • Lire and let lire.' 'NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.' is our' mnttn, nnd we intend strictly! to adhere toil. All kinds nt Country produce received in payment, as well as .Cash, Old Silver, Flaxseed and Beeswax. | . Bentley &; Read. Montrose, May 20,1847.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 24 June 1847

Eusfncsa (Enros. I.-, s" m _; ; _ \_ > ~~ jTHT^DIfjicK! ] ~~* Atiorneyot Law.—Has'removed liis Office ¦» , Turnpike'Street, one door East of B. T. ,i Case's Office, and .three doors West ot the j Register Printing .Office. i I '^~, gTIPgkow,-'j! ¦ Attorney at Law.—Office on Turnpiite si., m \ doois East ot Benllev & Read's Drug Store. ; MonsrosejJUay 20, 1847. [ DR. H, SM^TH, ] PENTIST-Sets Teeth on Gold! Plate end : dues all Dentist wbrk in the best! style. All j work warranted. (Jan be found aSl L. Searle's j on Monday and Tuesday of each week. MILLS & SHERMAN [Denlers in Dry-Goods, .Groceries, Har.1-W«r« I Crockery;; frou, Nails, Fish &c.U-Qoe door « below Judge Post'4! / ! j » k ~ fE. tkfaSy, [• j. " jDe^ter iri Dry-Goods, Groceries,! Hardwire, ! &cS^Broo|tlyn, Susq'a. Co., Pi ! - ' } . '""V1'3- ^ATHROP, ,. Physician anil Surgeon—Office over the Eir ; 1 change, Sprmgvilfe, Pit. j ' PARn^fc DtMOCK^ Pbysiqinns and Suf|enns, Montrose, Pa.—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

j POETRY. j = Tbc War-ship of Peace. ' 'BY SAMUEL COVER. f; ' 1 \ i i Sweet land of song, thy harp doth hang llpon the willows, now. . ' Whjlc famine's blight and' fever's ping ?tamp misery on thy brow ; ; Yet- take thy harp arid raise thy voice, , Though faint and low it be, .. Ancl let thy sinking heart rejoice ' ¦ ' ^sr* l|i friends, still left to thee. ' Loci out. look out across the sea : Tlhat cird< thy emerald shore, ; ' A >|ip of wj|*s bound for thee • ljut with noN warlike store: Her-thuiider sleeps—'tis Mercy's breath 'Iflat wafts her o'er the sea. . ' Slic-Vocs not forth to deal nut death, Tfut hilars new life t"thce. Tiiv; wasted hand can scarcely strike The chords of grateful praise ; Thy! plaintive tone is now unlike Ijiv voice of prouder days, Y'-tf even in sorrow, tuneful still \r\ I'rin's v..ice proclaim 1:. jiavi'i • praise, on ivory hill ^.;u'-.l>ia's glorious name. ' Robert Burn*. Wefe 1 to chouse upon that scroll ^"hich bears the-rec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

' : MISCELLANY. .; s -.._ . , : .{ From the N Y.lllnirtrated Matrazioe. .. ilTTLE JUARY THOR.\TO.\, Oil TIfE \ ELLOW FEVER IS SEW YORK JX.17,98. \ HV SKBA SSliTH. ' . Ti|e ychW fever in 1798. was an awful visitatitsi to tiie city of New York., In rummaging fiver old papers, boobs, and documents, we fi$d several reminiscences of that time that so severely tried both the souls and bodies of men,-which may be interesting to the reader of the present day. The yellow fever hid appeared in the city in 1791, hut its ravages werejbot very extensive at that time, though among its victims were a number of eminent and'Respectable citizens. In 1803 the, same fatal^dlscase occurred again, sweeping off about «ix hSindred inhabitants, and again in I-1805, whens .about three hundred fell lictiras'. toils power. . But the great year of this fearful destroyer in N>w York was 1798, when inj'about thre^ months it carried to their long, home tweiityrfour or five hundred. Two thousand and ei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

) iThe Bcmocrat IS PCBI»SWT!D EVERY THORSDAT MOJlKISG, I BprriAEB & HEMrsirJED. t ? ! TERMS. (1,5b a year, if paid in advance, orS2,0O if Raid at lhe tl0H of pie year. I Sort*, chained f<* Pos':18<!if carried at ihe puMlsheri-«• peine. 5 . ... DwcoiUinuanrcs oplinnol, aw pi when arrearac™| are paid. ADVti-natMKKTii one dollar pir square of tncKe linen, or lew, for/the firsitlirrr insertions, and twenty-five cents for every mt>4quelit Insertion. A liberal discount will tie,made In tho«e wii advertise hy the.year. ' j ' frj- Busfnra* leuem and communlcarioiis for the fciper must be ros-M^inJa. ensure aitention. . 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

' Governor 'SnuwC'^,-'J .. We aro gratified to learn, that tite J)emocratic party 'of this ,State, with; a junainuitj unprecedented, and under the circuiistanoea unlooked for,; are jswrywhere rallying'in.support of the re-ejection.:ofj.Oov. FEAN^lg R. SHUNK, and that there is now scareely a doubt of thfe-success of the ^ Bppubhcan TState Tickct ^ /by ajvery large .majority. .'^B'inab* tliis ^ anhoundement from a sincere .conviction oi>its truth, and because we are,happy in be-' ing the instrument to announce to the.I)emocracy of Lycoming,. the 'existence once mere of a clear Democratic, horizonr-of perfect rinion in our ranks,! and the best spirit aud £cehng ajcong the Jnembers....,( ,., ,„..,. ,..;n-.'! And why should the result be not as anticipated V Hasp not Governor Shuns:, adhered firmly and honestly to all the great, measures of the party, and with a zeal truly, commendable, exerted himself to preservo the honor and credit of the; State £ Have we any fjlult to fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

duii|ntniieriatl|rifaijliMlie. -. . LATE taxtCMX IiriiBLUSEVCK Ameri can. Prisoner* anticipating rdiaa* ?- Intercepted JkgaiekerlWMt^JMrBS ofHerrera—CfaWortKtJd»anat*tBU> Frio—Not Fortified— Capital* be gariisowed wit* 9W0ipen. .% FniDiMCKiinBOy June 22|; Mew Orleans papers of thp 15th have belli received by the Southern fiail of to-day.— There have been no later arrival* from Vera ¦ Cnta, but the papers have additional items ©f Mexican intelligence. K "' A letter from one of the juneriean prisoners • at the city of Mexico, datedfthe 28th ult,, says thtt"be; expceted'hia release on the 86th.— Jim- Soott was expected time within eight d*ys, and no formidable opposition anticipated. ,. "•" « •:¦' "• ."- *. ;"¦ The papers published at tiie capital give extracts from the detpatohes intercepted when Col. Sour was nwrdered. if ... BBepuhHcano charges,jthe Americans at Pbebla with havbjr committed great excesses SanU Anna, previous to hitresignation, bad ordered aU prosecuti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

'. .'Theyphw* notdolt. So far as our «wn-State is concemed, the Federal l5?xiean|arty) dareXnot. jinark out a hue of^policy;; to|which they would adhere, should-tHey unfoirtunatjely sneceed to power, and proclaim it ii| all parts of the State. They find nbi^cultyiihatohingUES and professions bylne hundjred, but we are at a loss to discover; wUtPi|lusiBtE'RiiASO!ii they will be able to urge f§ a change in the State Administration. ;^Tnat Gov. Shunk will be traduccdandslandei|d, we expect, but wechal-SBloianylnmn t| say aught against him or his administration in truth. That Federal PBOMIBIS will flo|r in abundance, we have testimony in the previous conduct of that party Promises cost nothing sb long as thev are not fulfilled, ahd Federalism has found them very convenicritjbait f|r catching votes. But they are the last men in existence to redeem their promises unless tiiey find it necessary to prolong their period|of office, or to accomplish their base party purposes. - But why, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

j fnm UM New ¥oit Qlobii. '. . CTte lUUKtoa* Crairade. ' *¦:%.. For infamy of'dcsn^n and for [traitorous objects, wo Jo| not know that ever read an article, equal in faliehpod anil profligacy, to the leader in the £^fjcssofj.Mdh day morning last. If is an appeal to the Irish and German Catholics of the United Stktcsj to take a stand against tho Government; m the prosecution of the war with Mexicol upoti the ground that the war has been waged [on our part, todesttoy the Roman Catholic; religion, and introducojand establish upon its nuns the Protestant Religion ofthe Angl i $ftxAn rape; and although this appeal is male to the Ballot-Boxes, thp whole article in itsslf properly understood, indirectly rccommendj;a JjteligiousYCrusade, against the " Me hddisljs, Baptists, Presbyterians, or other ol the numerous Protestant sects of the Unit* d States," engaged in the war to destroy t he Ro|nan Catholics. On reading the article i ttentiyely, we could not imrsuade ourselves i thatjit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

ui is iavome J " ' ,: . •¦ " .;' • I ,' Slavery Iii Mexico. \ . ope or me allegations or me F^dera-lists that Mexico is a free country. On tlijs subject, however, tbp correspondent of the Ohio- Statesinan, writing from. "Camp Buena \ ista, says: . ; i -[--_. ?In my estimation a \i;orse state Jlf slavery e«juldnutbe devised by the crueffy of man tl an tliat enforced by the Mexican] Government. \\- ., \ {Every person here, of Sthatever complexion, sex. or age, is liable to jbe sold[:.iuti) slavery, provided he be so^unforiunate as to be poor. I f I speak what I do krjjpw, and,*!" write what J[ 'hive.seen. An individual may boj sold for ilebt, and a parent, whether white; or black, : rjiay contract a debt antl;give in pledge for its I payment his or her child. Should: the debt r|ot be paid at tho time,: (and^ ninp-tcnths of it|e Mexicans are too iinptovident to do s6?) I the child is sold. ! * j. A small sum per month, say from; one to five i|>lla'rs, is allowed and cred...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

^^^^VjV>^3HQLaA j^kM I^b | ^^B JUh/ ^TjI ~ A»*^Br J^V s====g ^tj ~ DEMOCRAT~T= e====:: Tmontrosr /I -~" ji^day, July *> 'S4*' "u c=~~ Deina^wt1*5 Wamlnatloiis. j '¦ FOR GOVERNOR, j FB4NCIS R. SHUNK, OF "ALLEGHENY .COOHTY. I ' FOR C4NAL COMMISSIONER, ^ MORBIS LONGSTRETlfc 0j| JIONTGOMEEY COUNT*; ^ ; J " —A.^^—1ssassssssssasssassssssassswsam

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

•Hie f^esldentfB Reception.; > Presiifflit folk, accompanied by rJ.on.jiNa-^lun jfluTordj Att'y General; Hon. Edmund feurke, Commissioned of the Patent Office; and ¦ others,' left Vt|ashmgion on Tuesday week for 3 tour through the Northern States. Ho arrived at Baltipiore the same day, and Philadelphia the day following, in bdth cities' being : greeted with a welcome worthy of the Nation's Head, and of thfcir renowned lrtspitality. Pariy lines were lissevered, private differences forgotten, and etfch vied with the other in rendering unto the; Chief Magistrate of the Union those rompUrrfcntsand civilities, which his high and dignified position entitled him to. OirFriday they proceeded to New York, where extensive preparations were made, anvl a reception riven eminenfcly creditable to the Empire City. It was estimated that two hundred.thousand persons were present at their ingress.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

oi iih "The Tarrylrie; Time;" Uur neiguiwr me r.cuenu organ ncrc, .c his illustrious prototype, the world-burner, Miller, has at past discovered that there is a /tarrying time" of short duration, which is iust preceding; his much hoped-for and, anxioosly expected millennium of " ruin." We till it" the tafrying time," because the cirnmstanccs warrant the cognomen. Did not ¦ Father Milllr'' predict " ruinv to all terrestrial tliife ? I So did our sapient cotemporary prophecy the frost fearful " ruin*' to all of the interests and .enterprizes of our great, and despite of his xrbtue? and labors, to the contrary, now highly prosperous.country. Did the for-j nier, after waiting for the fulfilment of his wild! Mil extravagant predictions until the time appointed by hitrt had passed by, and his humtal been exploded, discover alt of a sudden that be had mide a mistake In regard to thy r-pcise time o£ the dire calamity, and that there - . ii ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ,. «! appoiutedia " tarrying time as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

A"fiuury> crawlOff. I The Register-man, "funny" soul, with' )iis usual tact and unscrupulous fondness of huinbug to get himself out of a bad fix, stated lkst week, that theL,new Tariff had already commenced its foretold work of ruin, and that "many manufacturing establishments wire compelled to, stop," See. Will oiir veracious neighbor name'i a few of the " many" of those " establishments ?*' We should like to knjow their whereabouts, for we confess the account is new to ns, and withal, looks a little suspicious. Will he condescend to enlighten the public upon this point? Now we, remlember having seen the state ment going the rounds of the Federal pressimmediately after the passage of the new la)w, and pending the last falTs election, that the Vulcan Iron Works, at Troy, N. Y., and;we believe one other establishment near Easton [are these our neighbor's " many ?"] ' bad "stopt work," as our cotemporary allegesjbut we happened also to know that it was \iot ;tbe new Tar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

Garbling. . The organ of granny Irvin, np-street, last week-paraded jwith ''great'gusto" a garbled extract from the Pottsville Democratic Press, ;n .relation to 'the late visit of Irvin to (jhat jlace, (doubtless to " come Paddy over" itbc [rish laborers there) in which the General is spoken of as 'fplain and unostentatious in his personal appearance." The extract is verba-¦im-BO far .a&it goes; but the truth is, our ic^ghbor 1-chosp to go no further, because ithen ' .tfic Press came to speak of his qualifications :ind prospects for Governor, it gave hina most tremendous thrust, such as our. neigl bor irould h' ardly relish. WT e saw tho article in the Press, awl marked-it for copy, puttinjg it into our drawpr, as usual, but when we c ime to look for it to lay it before the compos tor, to-! it was goiie, and we could get no.clue to the way and manner of its going until we saw the garbled portion of it in the Register ! | 8©°* K the veracious editor of the Federal org...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

'A Few Plain question*. . p he organ grinder of the, Feder ilists, up street, labored through the greater portion of two brevier columns, last weak, vaiurj attemptipg to shift the responsibility of w thholding su|plies and >einforoenfents froni Gtn. Taylor (f|r which he has abused and calum liated the President to the utmost of hiscapabi ify) from hiij ovm party to the friends of Mr, Polk.—- TBis is a characteristic effort, and wt suppose will be adhered to with his usual mu ish pertinacity. Yet we cannot forbear ask ng a few plain questions upon the subject, ht ping that they may renew his memory a little, and at tbjs. same time not be deemed too im pertinent. p. Were they the friends, or the i nemiesof Mj^Polk, who, in Congress at the la it session, us|d their influence in every way p issible, to cfejfeat the measures for raising sup plies and reinforcements for Gen. Taylor and 1 lis army ? | j. Were they the friends, or the i memies of Mf, Polk, who, after having vot...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

t :• "¦ All the Intelligence." . .K. - „ ^ . . . . _ ... ;*fer"«en. rrvin s recent visit ( Fottsville hiSi won fur him hosts of friends, a id his dignified and courteous^bearing, hia.cn* arg-eri and vjjfeonoes INTELLECT, have trade an impression the most gratifying.—Register, June 17th. . . . ;Now compare the following with the above pifee of bombast, and sec what " a vigorous intellect" Geu. Irvin possesses. "Ve subjoin a fitter written by him while he wai a candidate for Congress, at the especial election in ll|59,—of the genuineness of which we are well assured—and published in the Centre • Democrat of October,3, 1840. It is aii^rairy curiosity in its way and should be ecu :rally read. _ A|candidate for a Itjgh office who v ouM stoop ta|such low1 methods of securing su iport, does not deserve to bo elevated to the ruliernatorifll chair of our great and growing Commonwfalth. It is undignified, vain and improper, ana reflects any thing but credit upon its author: liMiLEsnEi...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

as our neighborvery well knows. His own, no less than the Gazette's, columns have teemed with the foulest jcaliannialion of th(|Pre8ident, because it was reported that he did not approve'them.. In view <if this fact w^ submit it to any candid man whether the Gwtttte did not virtually "censure" Gen Taylor ? Y And yet tbatipaper and its echo ptere, continue their clamor abouj; Mr. Polk's), giving the Mexicans a leader! Comment is nfedless I Tne Benefit of Corporations. The Lancaster Trtiune, a Federll paper, of the 22d ult. says: i J " Our cottou Factrjry ftno Coneetoga] is working admirably. On Vt ednesdajr last, forty looms turnedjout 160 pieces of Muslin, each piece containing 3d yarils—workingin one day, five thousand stir, hundred yards ! i And this, too, be it itemembered, ^without an act of incorporation!! Yes, that |Conestoga Steam Mill manufacturing company tthe refusal to approve an act incorporating whfch caused our Federal neighbor sijjch agonies a few weeks...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

For the Federalist^ - We take the following pungent passage from the Louisville Democrat. Itlis a caustic rebuke, well-deserved, pointing! exactly to the course which Federalism would have us pursue. .Inasmuch as our neighbor of the Register is given tojparoxisms 6ocasionally for the want ofsomethhjg to say, wejprecommend it tb him for re-publication. It wijleffectuate his Corwinism Exactly ji « Whereas, This country hasbe|n plunged into an unjus^, wicked and atrocious war by the President ;j therefore 5 Resolved, 11 That jwe lied lik| the d—1, when we votctlthat wr|r was brought on by the act of Mexico.! |; jf 2. That the! declaration of-war |e rescinded and our army {Iisbandiil. | - 3. That con^nussionera be appo^iitcd, Corwin chairman, jto procipd to Mexico to beg a peace. ; j , , 4. That tbpse commissioners, j clothed in sackcloth and jashes, with their befttls shaved, proceciS to the! camp of Santa Annfi, and there falling down, at his fee^, ask pardon of'him fur the wr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 1 July 1847

¦ ^ ^^C^^^s^^^^^^' LITER FhipIM'SIEXJCOr- Another battle—Thc\ Mexicans Defeated! The Pcnnsylvaniahi recieved lust evening, contains advices from Sew Orleans to the 20th ult. From it jwc learn! that a battle between Gen^Cadwalader withsabout l,60fj troops, and a large body of Mexicans, at tho National Bridge, about p5 milesf—if we remember correctly, from Vera Cnisl—the Mexicans being repulsed with a loss of jupwards of ono hundred teen. Qurloss was set dow 1 at fifteen killed abd some thirty wounded. ' Ve have lfot time to give particulars. It seems, however, that tho apprehensionsj expressed in another place, about a stand being made a| that place has been realized. Our Army air, ved at the Bridge in detaiphed parties, and w|re engaged In several skirmishes previous to t|e arrivaliof Gen. C., and the general .engagement, each time being repjilsed with considerable loss.— The number of the enemy is not stited. Gen. Cadwallader's and Col. Mclntosh'sTforces, (the latter, it will...

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