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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

{~|04T ^'DS' Summer Cloihs, ejbenpesl -¦- j""vin Town lorWule by \ _j ¦ ' J. Lyons. 1 AAA VD^. Hleavy Sheeting- at 8 n \P. W cents per Yd. for cnsh,|lor sale <>y J. Lyons. WOODEN Pails, Butter slnrnpsjindlLadles, Clothes Pihs, &c. &er; at J Lyons. CANDLES—Home manufacture, for mlt , by J. Lyons. ~~ PIPER.'""'} GOOD wtftino paper at 12^ els. and lelter paper at lOcts. per , quire. For'sale by J. Lyons. Jone 17. ' : SO^^liiUlifi IEtV\ WHEREASllit being generally understood that JOHN GROVES, the "General Vaylor Of Montrose," executes all kinds of work in bis line of business, in a little better style, and at as fiiir pricesfas any e.th«!r Taybr ihts side of Mexico ; this is to inform &l\\ who havg, or may f.ivor him with tneir fciMom. I iiat be has just received from New vfurk his j isual variety of : I ! SPRING AND] SUMMER FJSl\lONS,\ tndis now prepared to wail upon Gerjtlemen vhen it shall suit, their convenience. ' [ May 5th, 1817 i'19 3m . 1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

SPRING STifcEFOR l8«f, AND"erery style of iOtter?- fteayerl, Nutria. Brush, CasJimere, Moleskiri, Angola, Muskrat, and-Coney Hats, of all shapes, sizes, colors, qualities add prices, from §1,00 to,§5,00 at the Hat & Cap^ Depot of { ¦: i ^ ^^BOBTs^-COLEGHORN Mb'. STRAW EATS. MENS and Boys double and single brim Leghorn, alao,< Americaa . Entflisb and rg Straw, also American Rutland Hats, of different qualities, for sate cheap at' - _ ¦ ¦ ' | WM. M. POST, ^.GO's. glAzed caps. ;' ¦' - "' iasafl D0Z- ^eosand Boys, Silk, Linen and, fw*W Gotten Glazed Caps,of new and benu> tiful styles, cheaper than at any other establishment, may be found at \ . Wm. M. Post, &. Ca'«. PALlkLEAF. HAWt%L ~ OF every kind, Knd in any qunnUrV very low at [WM. M. POST, &: CrW N E W 1 GOODSl \ —__«. - a H BURRITT,»^s now receiving on exten-. sive a nd select assortment of : SPRING.^SUMMER GOODS, to which be would, solicit the attention of bis friends and the public. i His ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

IN exchange for Goods, JEecs, Beeswax, iv-MD,01dPewier,Bear^to.*Vc;P H "* !i___^£3i^£w MGOOPassortmetiidf jAdtes" shWiE , Ifaitei^! buskins, Cbittrensh shies, caT falm leaf Hats, Boys Caps, Umbrellas, Hi1 sjils, Ac..just landingfat L .; j. Lyn, 'l-nff^iif crj'.^ ;|A FULL assprtmenl;tfl3tbae WarethijdE, ** received, and will^e sold cheap bv ' i. : "¦ t -rBENfLEY&WEAD j Feb. 11,1847. ,-x. I , "'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

ii!iJLLHI^3itL^^ i '|TiTi 1 -. -The AmerieBnj IcapraTc^: Hygeiuii TogetabUi netUjelae, fTIHESE PiHs are one of tbnbest Medical tiX. Compounds in use ai the ' presei it day As a common family pbyiic, for administraiL in all temporary compioi4ts of Iheslbmachand iowels, bead ache, cpid9-;;&c„ tbeV may J, ¦illy depended upohf aad&-prompt ilse of iben the first appearance of fndispositfon'wili jn. ¦riably save much sicknbgs, Tbey are mqI ¦rly adapted to all cases of weakness aridm. ¦ at debility—any derfingemeot of the syitan. Ind especially with females—and ai^dyno! ihteifrupted use of tbem.i in strict tinforniiw with the directions will very soon restore & Organs of the stomach to feeir naiurajtone and aciion, and regulate the bowels, arid] renonte the whole system. ;;;. , ¦'-Q - £ There isnorJispositibn to give nittravagaiit eorfimendationsofthem. What; is here stated is the result of fictualf experience with then,' and tbat through n^rioctf of fifteen: year...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 15 July 1847

; NEW WRY GOODS I AT WnOLESALE! & MIL, ;J-I HE Subscriber wpuljl,inform trie citizens 6/ .vlonirc-e and t ficlniiy.thai heJib joet. returned Irom Boston and New YofkV-Withl ;$IS,0O©! ' vyorth »l Dry GoodK,-which havebeein purchin. eii lor Cashi. sin'M! lhereducfion of flie Tafilf!! in.l will be Void from 25 (o 50 per-scent- lea qum Rprinrj prices. I i " , MERCHANTS inp'3rtcnlart.wiii'find'it to' ibeir inierest.io call 8hdexamine hisjslock, be-Jpre visiiing New York'; asheU confideni: , hw ifdvnntase* aresucli astd'enable Him mwll oil better terms than ihey.can btty in New York. Call and satisfy yJDurrodve'evtft iheEaH shdl of Exchange Buildings, Binghamton. .; . i "T'.'R. J. WISNKR. r ¦ —-—i- 'i «SsfasD0Z'Tin Wnre' Including t*ans. Pails, WV Dippers, Coffee ajid Tea Pols, Bakers, Basins, Sic. Su\, at wh^Iesite or retail, at great« iy. reduced prices, for sale by !• ! ' - ' ; 1 i. LYONS. | Aprll 1. '•¦' il -j')¦ 'I ¦ !- ¦ ¦ I, iJusmess ©am.i V DOCT; r;: THAYER,'] ' BOTANI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

\0tUME IV. j ""~ Che Bemocrat \] H 1 UBLIBHKD ETSRT THURSDAY MOR^IKO, BV 1XIAEB?* BEIIKTEDi ! - ' f , ^ •——. ' i ; t eb,m s. . ; ; ;..,:. || . so.aytar.Irpaldin advance, or«2,00 If paid at jhe \dM,oi tlw^rar. i : •jc». charged for postage If carried at tho publjihrfv' cxflfccn itimrart'-ca optional, eicept when srrrnroics «r* paid-Aj»r« i-natarcitrs onejdnllar per niuare nf twclre line*; nr lot, for .the; amihree Insertion*, and twejitjMH-e cents' forever? mbf n|oetntnse.rtlon. A liberal discount will be. made to^ tb'ot* wv> 4<tvertipe by the \ear. ; i f3T ' vidgrss le ters nhd eonoranlcation for tic paper most pt roil will to a sure attention. ', '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

| . I Tit MABY m'dOXALD. I • . r ' And this is your latest style, lire. JeroKl ?' •* Tiic very latest imported, ma'am, received by tlu Acadia on Wednesday. A most befvutiful t ling, !• assure you, and so becoming^—Nothing prettier this season. It 'will bo q^ito the ra re, I fancy. Will you try it, Mrs". Doh<;- lass ? :>rjstay, I have another'that may suit you be ttlr, and the obsequious miliner moved about aniong bonnet stands Slid ribbou: bo^cs. The •] link hat ^ Miss Gale; did you take it from tfcistadqV' -\ •It vas carried down stairs, Mrs. Joroldd—Miss \ fillet felt too unwell to come up to the show rr-iiDL' ! :- '' .•¦ • A!i I Miss Willot;' she will be sure to fan- cv thai bonnet. Pray, send Annette to fe<ch it. Miss Gale.' And Mis. Jerohj, having' fliven this ofider, returned to hcr ^ favorite curitonicr. tl e £ery pretty and very much admiced; Mrs: I'lvfirlass. 'I am sure,' she'said, with ' the vi.ulfl'.ity necessary a'nd usual nnijn such ooca'i &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

'address bi^rarE oimjocm&fo " TiTirr" f i ii in ii i iTiiiiiiiiiTM ¦ rf'J.Tf.1 .Ii*. -.--:. .' "ii 1-iV' .¦ '! -*llKfil r*-te.(!5»riA VxffiWiiA ¦ ¦ !i->.,.iv* •>j*/£l-r.--.p,^Tui..„>;t.-fe'r?:-tt' bum. ;. :^£}.hpr\rrcitvt0i. :—In a «oie(rni^,B our^ where the sovereign poTrerJ^xpraat^ aSiWeUas'theoretibaUy, ve»t«i |n th« janpjfe, the highest political duty that pevol^afM M thf citigen is to feel the responsibUUy t|ii^i«Ut« uppn h% and tolakeaiprppet'pji^tdartlw ^tS^^e^publji-S eal.^,.. ,,, .'Jl,, ^ {f-i3L i..i;|ba.an^ienti%eeji^,tbe^in#. ,%»-!*?£ mmk compelled eyery:cituen,'u^«r a-! >«tl|| kjrto!l|K clare'hk senUmcats upon^Q pa t^^afjmjp. H^c! y ^ eis! ,iro.s.uch U^ ^'inpttM» fare>.les|.i duty ^1 ¦***? $mrrf|f. flVfcnJat sentiments in. regard" toIjbblje.. jn^^Sj pnbUcn>en^andh^whp:fai|a-tpj ^ discharge1 his.d^tyiitoj'hM^uirtr} ^'bmpMa patnpt ,i.id gppd,c|tii«n. j „ Sire n w,eiCtil|||a erty.weienjoy ,tljRi^iue.,t$ilu3 bl^jof^jk. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

fWii tin- yhilndclphla Saturday Evrnlrs Post •IraE wihte PLiim

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

tnna^*«?ipp^^ TrOriiVedtt ^Feoriiaryjlaat,i Mr.^ilHaM. son, i Federal mpmbcr from Cheatar codnty read in ha place 4 bill entitled "An! act t« incorporated PennsylTap^Canal and BjubW Comply, and to provide, a sinkingfund for the nubbedebt,^ which was laid on 1he table. 6a the 12th. of the same nontb, tjbia bfllwaa committer) to the, Caauiittee of Internal Improvements; ^A on the 17tb,' it was reported to the Senate. ^ On the 22d it was referred to the ^ommit^ of the Whole, and on the same day n^rfadbaek to theSenate,and on motion of Messrs! Carsonand Johnson, both conspicuous Whiga, the bill was immediately read a second time,! and on tho,question, shall it pjuw i the question was, on motion of Messrs. Bigler and Diminick, postponed for tbe present. , Oa the 27th, Messrs. Johnson and Smyser.both Whigs, moved that the Senate proceed to the etohsideratioi of tbe bill, when a motion was made by Messrs. Black and Anderson to postpone, wliilfchjwas negatived by » P***7. vote—the Dem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

Later from SaUta Fe. <y Tbe St. Louis Republican of July 7, contains St nta Fe news to tho 27th May» Maj. Edmundson, when about 150 miles so ath east of Santa Fe with a force of 70 men, some 400 Mexicans and Indians. A battle ei sued, and the Americans were compelled to re treat with the loss of two \. killed and ' three w mnded, besides losing all the horses belongin ; to the party. The cause of this disaster w: ts^that the attack was made in an unfavorable position for Pur troops. Major '33. was ct mpclled to leave one wounded American on tie battle field to the mercy of the Mexican o] ponents, and bis fate is not known. • . Another government train has been attacked b;' the Indians, and one hundred and fifty head oi cattl$ taken. This trayprns commanded b;rCapt.Bcll. , HSalth of Vera JCrczj—A letter from Dr. Barton, chief Physician at VeralCruz, sr eaks as follows in relation. to the hpaKh of tt at city: |; " There arc few oases of yellow fever here cc mparatively,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

The jlncapaUef. " '; ^ ii the history pf ,-tnis country, Kaetiei| any one lesson more' forcibly than another,; it is this: thattAe Federal party \are ikoapJ»bm Qf administering its gotemthent. ,At |bree different periods' since the' foundation of the Constitution, they nave seised the whole power of tbe government, and on each of those occasions they have been "driven from officey covered with shame and ridicuie.;; Themeiiaures of tho elder Adams halve now scarceljr anyi open defenders. The administration of his son was tbe fruit of a gross fraud upon tbe people, *hicb earned it universal; detestation before its commencement. Its light-house in tbe sky, and the splendid abortion of the Panama- mission, made all tho wprjd laugh at Federal folly; while the President's recemmendation to the members of Congress not to be. "palsied by tho will of their constituents," exposed it to simple-contempt—a'contempt aggravated arid increased by the known fact, that the same president was wr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

Always Wrong. Tlie following is a banov hifc at such n«i!i». always humiliating themselves by; tlenounciiif" their own country arid sendcavoringj to rob her Pf all honorable character by representing her in, the wrong. -.;--,' I - J jThisisacuriouscpuiltry! . Its history wonll ifford ample matter for moral lectures, sermons ^pd philosophical.discj[iUsitionsuponjirumaiiris-, jure, and tho ends': of- government/ iWhat a Strange fatality hanga.ovcr this" 1'tnfortunate Republic! 'Tis pairiful, to contemplate.' To po- sure, a litttle Over lialf a'icentnry im>, wc iitimbercd only threejmiiiions^of English wlo. iiipts, now wo are a ntighty nation of frecir^n, hiling thegrcat continent from'the Atlantic1 to the Pacific. 'Tis true wc have boundless cotafnerce, a brave army,!: andKa gallant, navy, imjn-|uerable statesmen; bf ¦ distingiiishjed abQJtv, learjjcd writers and'brSfessors and! in a word, Ml things that makp national grejatness and ppwer—yet what does-this avail us! We a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

LATE |PR09i THE PACIFIC. ffm . »T ' K\TT 1 « .... ^ ¦ ine; wcwrjiorK commercial Advertiser has files of Oregon and Sandwich Island papers by a late arrival at Boston. The Oregon City SpectaWr contains a full account of the doings in Or|gon—the proceedings of the Lcaislaturc, and the Governor's message. The Legis|iture convened pn the 1st of Depcmber, and Organised by thp. election of A. L. Lovejpy, as speaker. The! project for a railroad to the Pacific seems to excjte some interest in Oregon. Tbe Spectator urges the Legislature to take some action upon fte premises, by memorial to Congress, ;or aprjroving resolutions, ft suggests also that Congress be asked for a steam tug to operate at the mouth of tbe Columbia. The Spectator calls loudly for tbe establishment i^f public schools. The directors of tho "Printing Association," had resolved to print 2000 copies |f Webster's Spelling Book. • The,Oregpst dates are "to December 10th. The vietoriet of Gem Taylor had been anneaneed in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

A Skirmish at Tobasco. I Baltimore, July 14. An extra of] the New Orleans Times, July 7th, announces the arrival of the steamship Alabama, froni Vera Cruz, with dates to the 2d inst | The latest dates from the city of Mexico, by this arrival fee to tho lttth ult: i-'anta Anna, it is said, has demanded a forced loan of one million of.dollars, and is raising the money at the point pf the bayonet. A letter, further states that thi work of fortifying the approaches to the capiiaL, is.progressjng with great energy, but witf very little judgment. No furtherfbews from Gen. -Scott, except that ho has abandoned Jalapa, and it was in possession of |bc guerrillas. Com. Perry has returned fcnm his expedition to'Tobasio. He found the mouth of the river impassable, and consequently landed his troops iand marched them to the town. He found the enemy ready to receive him, and having! drawn] up his forces they fired a volley which Was refibrned by the Commodore, when the enemy scattered. Four ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

:Ttic Irvin Eetter. Our readers will recollect the letter which wc ].nbli&i|d-,two or three weeks since, the authorship iTtpiich was attributed to Gen. Irvin. th? If feral candidate for Governor. To . «ay it w: s";Wmark^ble for bad spelling, bad sense; luidigrammar, bad logic, and bad every thing elsj^s hut,to repeat every body's opinion dowi jlo the school-boy of "seven summers." Iiifact it'was a production of the very vnrst possible' taste, discreditable in the exlriinc-t*^ ;fen a third rate pedagogue, and we Toroihereijire not much surprised to find the or^an iftlits secPlid Joe Ritner here, considcralilpiintignant'at its publicity. It. certainly tra_« a prelection which no man "could be proud oC and 'h: i| wc hot seen its genuineness pretty strongly tl'fpurliiVk/we should have pronounced it a *'• forreh,'' with-Pur neighbor, and passed it bv. 1 - : Wc sa'V'iir neighbor, ("whether actuated by zeal ord.scretion the render'rhav iud:»e"frotu nhat folh \t;s) pronounce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

, .TOfe Chicago Convention. I | The jgreat j'^vcr and Harbor Convention," as the boy said by "theelrjphant" has "Uome and gone." jDelegates from npwards of twenty States assembled at Chicago, Illinois^ in tbe ^th inst., and organized by-the election of Edwin Bates, of Missouri, President. A ntlmber of letters were received apologizing fpt the hon-appefrance of their several authors, among which wejnotico. one each from ex-Governor Silas Wrijght, Mr. Van Buren,! Thps. H.| Benton, and Lewis Cass. Several fine speeches were madfe upon the subject of the improvement of the avenues of "internal commerce," ind finally a'''Declaration of sentiments" was adopted asserting^ in substance, that the! Constitution warrants the. appropriation of jfunds for '^rdgulating commerce among the several States,!' that the clearing out of the Western rivers, lakes and harbors, is what is meant by " regulating commerce" as above, and! tnat '' tlie seaboard and inland waters arc under tho samp categ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

.The Wllmot Proviso In Georgia. ; . \tt .1 .1 .ill* • h-.m , ¦- . «, ' netace tue touowing article Iroru tlie is.; Y. Ecening Post. It is needless' to rfcmark; in connection with it, that the same subject; produces a great deal of excitement among! both political parties of tho Southern or slave-! holding States, and that both protest, in the; strongest' terms, against the iutcrdiction of slavery in newly acquired territory, in some ca-; ses carrying their -hostility so far 6ven as to; refuse to support any Northern man for the; Presidency, no matter who may be the nomi-! nee. This circumstance was what elicited the letter from Senator Benton which wc published a fow weeks since: A general convention of delegates of the democratic party assenlbled in Georgia on the 29th ultimo, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Governor. At this convention a series of resolutions were adopted expressive of the sentiments of the democratic party in the state upon the leading measu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

Col. DonJpban and t te WIUks. . At the recent welcome off Co | Doniphan and his brave^ Croups in St. tonis,> In'their return from New Mexico, in reply to | congratulatory speech from Col. Benton, C U.j 1>» spoke in regard to the merits *f tbe Irak ¦' Being a Whig, his remarks on this sub let, are worthy of perusal: •?' L 1 )¦ ¦ •' ';,-Col.D. bbserved, very emj fiatically, that this was a strange war. It as strange at home, and stranger abroad. t iras branded by Col! D.'s pwn partyjas an lijnst war, and yet opponents .as well as Sdppt Iters rallied to sustaui it. Whigs and j Demo pts composed the same messes and slept in tie i same tents; he was only sorry that tjbo sam I unity had not been evinced; in the councils I the r Government. As ah instance of WhBj ipeling while in the .field, Col. D. said that ;|tir long, long months, during which npthing ] M been beard from the States, and jwhile , llllhearts were yearning to hear from thome, Ibe first thing met with in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 July 1847

B^^Lt- jCol. May^ " the ipi dragoon", of Palo Alto, is rusticating in Bok||n, the observed of all observers. \ t| ! \ % ' ¦ , Asthma cured bj- Maya & Expect*) j rant. . '| / i Larobertviile. N. J. !|pri! 37, 1844: Dr.. Jaj-ne-i-Dnar Sir-fHy tlie jjjlrasing ot God, your EirECTOaixT baa cffcricd a ci in in mu pf a moat distressing complaint. Irj Dcceml ^i'last, I was wiz. cd with great scverily by "a parojy iir| nf ASTHMA ; a disease with which I tjad be«i pJHicted tor many years past. It was atlendud Trilh * hoarseness ini soreness of Uii lungs and) tlirpat, Mclhcr with a laharioas cougri, and complete proati |uon of atrcngili, and worn out .with auuoea|ion, wt» ofa bottle ufydur Expectorant *aa sent to my liouae. Vki first I thought it waa notUing but quackery, but n & it was so high, ly recommended by Dr. Gping, wH iiSbom I- waa well acquainted, I [was induced! to try it Bnd in a few slays it completely cored mc, t>or have liever had aay return of the disea...

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