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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

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Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

Aa, Overwrought Eaton. ,We do not design to indite a long reply to the weak, f, two-column" piece of balderdash about Federalism which appeared in the Register-last wfek, for the simple reason that it is not required. That that print alrearh writhes under tbe challenges which we gave it the week previous, and that it is aware that the public inevitably recognizes ap exact identity of principle between its party now and the Federal party of 1812-16, is sufficiently clear from its desperate efforts' to shift its party name, and its brazen arrogatioft of the name Democracy.} Democracy ! What impudence! What a soleeism ! Names are But " arbitrary things," wejknow, and are given as the representoti:* of any peculiar kind of conduct—" A rose bj§anv other name would be a rose still" Th| Federal party of 1812 opposed the then exiting war with England, denounced it as " Jim padison's war," declared that it was "unnecessary, impolitic and unjust," tpat it was wholly without excuse, and ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

BY LAST mGlIT'SJMAIJL From the Pennsylvania of Monday we gather later advices from jtbe CSty of Mexico. They extend down to June 5tbj . Gen. Arista has been arrested and imprisoned. On the first of June, all the natives of United States were ordered to leave the city of Mexico for the States, of JaKsco jor Morelia, or they would be delt With according to the law of nations. ' ' ! Bodies of the National Guards are said to be on their way, and constantly arriving from the adjoining States, and it is behoved that from seventeen to twenty thousand [troops will be Concentrated for tbe protection of the city. The Mexicans have certain information that Gen. Scott cannot expect; reinforcement? to a greater extent than two! thousand men, and money totheamount of $200,000 and nothing more.. They therefore think it doubtful whether he will march to the capital, and talk loudly in that city of marching] out to meet him. LATER FROM EtTjMiPE. By the Caledonia, which arrijved «at Boston on Sat...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

a^Pamfr sjwejgm samel OrMssV Jf t P*ism.-J«ar> irismais^lm^iMatt •teestiaa the moat vahwbWprr^aruiao' waM. aW ihe atjove din«Ma. ft convert* H^abeW^asVMt* awiUind iractiUwdswas^aMsliaTteA HMafiiiaB **•]'»•¦ 0M.h*ir. aixf araaaoH • tti&nt^mZ ttinWean, Cm»p u, fetou .jrf yoaiij ehiHros, m Wfifboo''«tii»t. TrwrirnfTfaoiMlrMliarehiMm willhitaveaanniiatt*. bjr slwayt sm»m| K aa bias r^»|lW.«rjre«eritlJ,. f '~^^f ' *"" BOWEL antj; goiJEJt cnvrtAiNT. Dr^JJA YNE. »»l « BtMh THIRD fluW, is will cure ftarrboji, Colfc* CrtrapalBripin^ £*!-, CM. ^Y ' ^^!^ ' ^*fe^«"a*lfthi li—Iba^a ckn be effraUd! bj uy Mat, meaatJ i ll ute.lrtmdjpl^M.1^odefcM^k ftb4rfrt. It mehnlb » »ff«ln.l for uk.lt, ^, ^Mm, tlK, 7b*Lr*J"tetmm*»^l,fm 'i' •«• • WweiinM dV MMeuTbouk ehWf""' maH- '*" ' ANOTHER PHYSICIAN'S OPlHlOrf. Tm following additional. twrtioMnjr' m' favoor of Dr. J^tri'i MiHcnBi hat raevnily bmi i«ceiTWfreo a pfarsiciao of high sUndinf IS Lasdordak Co, Hisa. uudcr dale of August*. 1846. i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

Rheumatism, Cough * TUe Donv j " tosuresuc. 1 A rptpeetable gentlrrnao called at oar office, at he ¦aid. Ip inforRi ua that lie bad been afflicted for fifteen yeirijwiUi Rheumaliarn or Goot, aid teeuionaJly with Tic Douloureux ; that, h^ has bean frequently confirmed to hie room lor roonlha togelber, and often aunered lh» moat intenae and eicruciatinj paina, but "hat lately he bad been uaingf J»mc'a ALTSaiTiTi from Which be found Ihe moat aignal and'unexpected relief.| He aaya he found the medicine *ery pleaaent and flffectife, and that he now conatdcra biinaelf tborodgbly cured.—Spin'/a/r*i Timt$. I I LIFE.': LIFE!! LIFE Ml •« Ail that a man haih will he give forjow We." ao we find recorded in tbe raoet ancient and teat ef book*. but ad we aee Uioonnda dying around da with Coo. umptiiin, Croup, Cuufh, Aathma, Broo^bitia, Spiting blbod, and other: Pulmonary aftectioniL we an led odoubt the correctors* of the above aaafrtioB, cape, cialy iinee it at ao Well known that a certain r...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

j \m autorrrtflcwentfl. BOSS WJLLIWU>& iSCHOqjl. FOR YOUNG LADIES, - is Hon rmoas: acAAUUtr. TJ , ' X HE next: term will commence on^ Wedneadar. July 7th. Grateful for the liberal patronage already received, ah* would respectfully inform Ipi renu And th* frieod* of Education geaerilly, that her achobl will embrace'the usual avsteoi of govarnoaenl and iaatruetion,. purtoed in the Female Serainarie* of Maaaachuaetta. Good board can be obtained on raaeooable terms in respecuible familK*. TERMS OF.TDITION.; Common Eirgliab Studies, $9 SO Hiriory, Botany, Nat. Philsao'v, Cbenilatry, J St Paiking and Dawing, (Eitra) ] 3 00 Music on the Piano, French and Latin will be taught, if desired. -. Barracans. Ho*. W*. Jtaetrr. J. W. BinntDU, Esq., Toda. Josnboii, Eaq., N. C. Waaaia. " - B. 8. Bchtlsv, " Rev. Huai 4- frurr ;M. 8.WILMB, " Wat. Roeim. MoetroK, JulyS. PESOS ARRIVAL 07 Vf-EW.QQOpS. JB. SAUBTORT most respecthilly an. . nouueestbst be is just receiving a fresh irunpl r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

] MORE NEW GOODS. TEAS, Sugars, Codfish, &c. tus.l just opened and going cheap. Molasses at 2a 6d perghyon. > Lymx. Ju.vS. -. .! PABIP1DLET IUAWB Of1s4T. NOTICE is hereby .given that the Pamphlet Laws tor Susquehanna Countyi passed!by the legislature ot Pennsylvania at iu recent sessicn, have been received, and are ready for delivi :ry to those entitled to receive them." . : * ' 1. BLANDING, Pr*y Pit(b'yVOffice, Montrose,}' I June 86, 1847. { ] ~ »P AIIA1.6EIESTJ TIHft Subscribers having this u>y entered into a co<partnership for ihe practice of MEDICINE AND S0R6ERY, undei'ihe firm otSprrn « Snurrs, nereby tender Heir proiessraonl services tothecooil people o! Lanesboro* sod vitlriiiy, with the full confic ence that if an -acquaintance Ma, and a punctual sttendsrrcet^tbeii^bosineas isa pass port tip publie-oatroniige, theyvwill enjoy a libv eral i bare of the same. Those whin* misfortune ft is to need medical attendanos are invited to give them ii ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

. SPRING & SUMMER GOOOS. . t-i-.y.-,j;i--.'v, f--_ j ¦ -¦ -¦ ¦-•¦¦;:¦ ti-ji, : - AT M.&.wnaOtl'* .nmrU.im*4*§ en\im*mniio t<3ool* »ri*1k* lowest Vices. . . l~'^. PunAnssrswinffwi rttotnefr sdnniamiia) call andeaaiiTirte GoweVaa^pviewSawfBvntkqr purchase else when. " i' lone 11,1847. ' NEWI300DS. THE »obacriber is aow rwcwrviiv ¦ fawatal a^*ortmentof j " ; i;" ^$00*, Groceries, Bmi—r*. V'-riaa^?^' Thankful for past ravorsae weald liialHwllal fully solicit the patretnge «%M»»a«?eS TJF$!^?2£Ew **f$*mm them goods u I*9W f^ rk» a^s*«% . *w ftr aSa^iSS?'"* Twi ^*^,!?i *,h WAIJTiaO, - irt earhanee fortondi all kiads of ataim . 2bw OoA, Butter, Bams, Egg? **^^ttm Wmm DB t|i.NS*]:!!UtiF' j& iTJ. s^eod W Q.r^ba«s , lev sets lew at TEAS. FBB8H teassellmglownt - i .! '/;', . ¦' ' ' ,'- - '; *VWS. _ RICE. ftS^f BJce just received at . ¦ - j ' '^s***- • _: /-^OFFEEcf-SUGAR low at j *"'¦'' '¦' j ^ -"i^l***... ' .-.' ' FJSH. ¦ -\'J: MgL^^rrTBg*: ' •; "¦; BONNE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

agp-If any of our readers wish to see a scathing extinguisher of the Register's " FeoV ^1" homily;-of last week, they wjll find it jn lie Addresji of the State Central dommittee< ¦ Jail* W^invite especial attentioni very able adores* issued by the State Central Comnntteejnnd published in our columns today. The ^Democratic Union says truly that it "proves |onclnsively the identity of modern Whiggery knd ancient Federalism, and traces down their Infinities from the days of the revolution to ttfi present time with the same certainty that |he blood of the Saxon ana the Gaul can be tracaJ through successive generations. It also exposes tbe predictions of tho Federalists in snehsa manner as to subject them to the derision and contempt of all jnen not blinded by some^trong partisan delusion.?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

Tke f^aaur l*rcaa. That able and high-toned Democratic sheet tbe Pennsylvania* , reads the following admirable lecture to its country patrons. It is excellent advice, and we tsar in too many instances will become a rebuke.. That it is toe duty of members of either party to patron'ne tbeir local paper jErst, and them if able and deeirpus, to make an aoquaintnnee with some city paper, is a faet which is seldom doubted in theory, bowever! nrneh it may be eontravened in practice. But to the article: j " We observe, with pleasure, that the newspaper press fbf the interior of this State, are making an organised effort to induce tbe people of the various counties to take the; local papers. We hope earnestly that this suggestion may be warmly and widely seconded.— We hope ao ^ not only for the sake of the cointry press, bet also for the sake of the general good. The newspapers of both parties in tbe interior, are generally conducted with ability tjM industry, and, with a few n &...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

£ Gen. Taylor oat at last. I The following important letter from Old J|ough and Ready, (says the N. Y. Globe,) fill Tail, like a wet blanket, upoi 1 the aspirations of those Whig demagogue*, who, aftersbusing him, indirectly, for the part he has liken in so nobly fighting the 1 lattles of his country, have sought to appropr ate bis fame and name to the advancement of ;hcir political Schemes. Geo., Taylor says, di itinctly, that (PS™1" in Kd case can I permit myself to be ^ @*the candidate of xst par rv, or yield |(»S~ myself to party schemes.' j; We shall be much mistaken if tbe Whigs dp not now drop Old Rough and'Ready, liked not potatoe. For a man who \ rill not yield himself to " party schemes," is 10 man for the political schemers of the Whig party. I The letter is wi itten to the editor of the Cincinnati Signal, and is a fran Ic and manly expression of the writer's indepenc ence of Whig uifiuences. We have taken the li berty to italiiaizc one or. two sentences, to whic ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

t¦"¦'"" "" -—-^' =——P==" ¦' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦. r - <*» i^.-iii-r.;, ---h raa^bft Dollar t|lCT*)inB«r-PBUailelpti|*v %^r«>:tvvrw>T^F»rifer'a8oaa;.'' •.. BY CHAKll&3 SiTRS.1 ^ *- "^MMI^S^W Who sings at the tail of his plow—^ *,»,T^e.monarch, of prairiejandiorest, • ¦ • -, *Tis only to God beffriay bow 1 ., '>. He is surely a fortunat| fellow: . He raises his bread and bis cheese; ,And though hard is his labor in summer,* In winter he lives, ai his ease. . j^'When thcrc i^ of bld|ryin.ter is broken, f*^ .fA^d^Spripg'cbmes tl'gladden and bless—' ^ When;^4<^^*n^eadows are sporting ^^And.tttejobiniis bullduig her nest—The farmer walks fortf to his labor, .And'manly and ftftrfis his tread, - -As he-scatters tbe sees for the harvest. ' That yMls'Wthe iliticsthcirbread. Egg, banks.are all chartered by nature—. 'JCheir credits are anlple and sure; • jHisclcrks never dope|ritb deposits, " , -ttiJr%n!ued by the cur|e of the poor. ¦ | i-fa^^tock<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

9JO£€&&&&* TT Extraordinary ^ IKatoral Mteneme-|aoH. A eorrespondentjef the New' Orleans Delta, Writes that in travelling through the paris| of Opelousas, La.^fro|n1 which he'mui jrMreturned to Franklin, St.? Mary? s parish, he had aceideuMlk ooopupter^^at the house of a , blacksimlbt' near fihe Saline, agnail chilrlpbssessed of ^e^ebp»'power|ofvispn. His horse having lost a shoe, he jj>ulled|ip (being in a'light vehicle) at sJiouscili8*nng Attached to it the semblance 'pfa smithy. Alighting, he inquired of a female, standirlg in the door, if his' horse could he accopimodated with a shoe; 'she re-, plied that her husband ; would be in shortly, and requested him^to walk in untif his arrival .^.proMeds'tosa|- - ..-•¦ „ - ,;. • •; .; "in aTew minute! the brawny person"" of the smith darkened thl back door of the premises, and simultaneously a little urchin, who was entering'tbe front fway, struck his foot against the 'eulaud was Iprecipita...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

! -So-tor rtfscmc tits- ! ¦ WneTmWt^ ~7' j ! AT HEW YORK PRICES. L ' < -i i . M. REXFOHD has made arranep-! menuwilh the NEW-VORK PEKIfTTEA COM-! PANY, for the Bale of; TEAS in Bioghamlon. ind can famish hit easterners, and the trade, with Teas ai the samejprices that the Company charge for them in New York, which is, at least, from One to Two Shillings cheaper on each riound than the Grocers sell at. And in efrery case where these Teas do not give saUs.; faction, the money will be paid hack for Ihefn. ' CATALOGUE OF TEAS. \ ! ; , (JREEN.' Yoijng Hyson, good, 37 1-2 j Do. do. sweet caigo, SO J t T)o. do. fine car^o, 75 / j &o. do. silver leaf, 1 QO I Siltei Uaf— seldomjspld even by large dealers, because of, the|verv small profits made on its sale—is a very superior Tea, £ .,iJJo._ do., golden cborj^, 1.50 Gvitiinf!>op—Tint ia the fineslpSreen Tea, cnltivated in China. Jt ia of tho first pickings, and excrls all .^thWGree^TeWfor it* delicacy offlaTof, strengt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

( W i , 1 ! i ! . I I j j ' StMW &®®&» ii»3) TI3SiM (33113 J\l? iii THEstiWribersare now receiving a large and tdesirable( stock of SPJUN& 6l SCB1MEB GOODS, which we|e bought for Qaik, and will be sold for tbe sajpe as cheap as\can be buught in No - thern P«n|sylvaftia. 0ur_friend8 and customers, wilf.please accept Our lhrrnks for ihe r ' t«ry liheraL patronage during ihe pasi year ; ard RE\1EM|ERibai any thing wanterl in our 1 line for tbt year to come will be furnished the n ; on the principle" of' Lire and te( Jire.' 'NOT 1 TO BE IjjJDERSOLD," is our mono, and We I intend strictly to adhere toil. All kinds if j Country produce received in payment, as well , as Cash, :6ld Silver, Flaxseed and Beeswax. I i! ' Bcntley c/' Read. j Momrojse, May 20,1847. BROADCLOTHS, Tweeds. Merinoes, ai o fahejy Cassimeres, Salinetts, Jean's, Ve s-, tings, ancf Summer Goods of a great variety, just open|d and selling right by ! & ' . Bentley Sr Read. | | BONNETS, a...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

N t? W GOODS. THE Subscriber is now receiving arid offers for sale a new' am." desirable slock ot SPUING' & SUMMER GOODS,! it prices which cannot fail to be satisfactory to ill who desire great bargains. His stock-comprises a full assortment ot . . DBS' GOODS, CKQCKERSy GKUCEK1ES, HARDWiEE, MEDICINES, ', DBOGS, i • DVJE-STUFFS, NAILS, i TW-WARE, FISH, &C..I all of which will be sold at unusually Idiv prices e <, J. Lyons. May 13j 1847. ! N. B. No charee made for exhibiting goods, therefore don't fail to give-Us a call before purchasing, elsewhere. - J. Lyons. 1 f\fif\ YDS. Summer Cloths, cheapest , WU in To>vo tor sale by ' . J. Lyons. 1 AAA YDS. Heavy Sheeting aj 8 jVyv cents per Yd. for cash, lor sale by J. Lyons. ' WOODEN Pails, Butter stamps and Ladles, Clothes Pins, die. &c. ax J.Lyons CANDLES—Home manutaciure, foi sale by J- Lyons. > ^ iLPER. GOOD writing paper at 12£ cts. and letter papecal 10 cts- per quire. For sale by /. Lyo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

GMT KTT1NG. THE subscriber having withdrawn for the present from all connection witli the -tailoring business except cutting, will [hereafter give his attention to that particular branch exclusively. From a loligaml successful expert euce,'with recent improvements, and a regular receipt ol the latest f.ishiuns he has entire confidence in his Htiility lo please all who may employ him. To prevent- mi-apprehension he would further state, that having worked hereto fore forthe sake of working, he intends in future to work for the sake of the payi; (except where charity may dicialB otherwise.) Those therefore who are able 10 pay but always withhold, will please also withhold their custom. Shop over the Hat Store, first building north of ihe Stage house. P. LINES. Montn.se, M .y 5. 1847. ' 20m3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS. Spring Fashion far 1847. CROWN—71-4 inches high, 5-1? yeoman, ^ bell at sides, 1-16 front and rear, 1-4 curve. Tip—3 oval,-flat. Bbim—IIJ inches wide, front and rear, and 19-16 at sjdes.— Binding!— 1-4 ofan inch wide. The above new style, introduced in New York on Snturday.'Warch 6ih, by Beebe &. Costar, are now realy atid lor sale by ' April 8. MERR1LL&; ROOT. PROCLAMATION ! ! £>ro Bono §?ubltco-W'HEREAS, Nature, having furnished to the head of Man, no covering, sufficient to protect il from the Winter's storm, or the burning rays of Summer's sun.it isfuund highly essential to Ins comtort and beality. that'he ! provided himself with scrne'fcuman^jijiric calculated id supply the deficiency. Alio1 , whereas. (pruiier.ee requires that every one, should purchase such anic.es as tbey may iteei, where i those equally good, can be obtained^ at the low test prices, thrretore, be IT known.ji( tbe inhab i itams of Susquehanna Couniy, and all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

ces, j! Montrose, April 29, 1847. j^ _ SPRING STYLE FOR IJ1847. AND eiery style of Otter. Bender, Nutria. Brush, Cassimere, Molesk-lh,. Angola. Muskra;, and Coney Hats, of alt ihapes. sizes, colors, qualities and prices, from $1,00 to §5.00 at the Hat &. Cap Depot of j WM. M. POST, cf CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 8 July 1847

LEGHORN AND STRAW HATS. ]\/I ENS and Boys double andj: single brim lvx Leghorn, also, American English and Coburg Mraw, also American Roland Hats, of different qualities, for sale cheap at WM. M. POST. * CO's. GLAZED CAPS. rA DOZ. A/ens and Boys, Silk, Linen and Wv Gotten Glazed Caps, of niw and beau« tiful styles, cheaper than at anjr other establishment, may be found, at Wm. M. Post, Si Co's. CLOTH CAPS,-PLAIN and fancy, iriade of light cloth, and suitable for summer, at -\ Wm. M. Po% & Co's. PALMLEAF HAT§, " OF every kind, and in uny quantity, very - low at Witf M. POST, <fc CO's. NEW GO O; D S, H BURRITT, is now receiv tag an exten-« sive and'select sssGrtmen1 of SPRING fy SUMMER fiOODS, to which be would, solicit the ajlepiion of his friends and the ptrblic. ' ' His stock as usual Will comprise'|arge?and full varieties ofFancy and Staple', ¦ ' Dry Goods, Groceries, ! Crockery, Hardware, Hollow Warefi Stoneware, Iron Sr Steel, Nails, Medicines, Paints, L...

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