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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

^ i1 ¦ . • , i ^ . hi i ij' . i„--'\' ' '. " ^ip^N^ai^^^-g!^ ¦ ;— '-¦ ••>'i—¥—' ' ¦ il'i-l til— .,-¦¦—. >¦ t,..m. I ¦ *w _"-"g*-f* ' iAathsi^lweilby^J'ayaie^/xS^ : J'^:|fabso^i^lle:^|r^H!^l8U' Dr. rs>, Be^liOei'r Sir^By'fmf"bfesirp(fOf!.«od, /oar:EiribTos»>r;hMeffeciedatnir»ii/liie^ dislresair/g complaint. : fol1emmber"4(Mi£ I wassttxed st^Kh great KTerUy by spwrysm of ASTHMA i « disease with whiehilbad beensfia^atffbr mao^^ years paaUi It sfsi allended .s?ith a hoarseness and soreness oftlieliingssnd throaty tifethsr with alatarion^gb, and complete prtwtriOtoa^of strsagili; ana wtra outr-wiiH •offocatiosV-Wbesa botileofyour EipsetoraOt was seat to ay/hbirSei/vAt first I thoaght it-wss nothing but quackery', biit seisg it wsssobrghlyjveooMijended by' Or;. t3«Bf, wHt) wbornl was well sxtj»atotH,lwas^ui»liotryiW»nd in a fewdsys il cwnpletely cured i^,.wir_.ba»*!.ijBvei; hti ssyrsturn qf lliotliseaso since. I .baTS now fotmed so high arLopiolonof your ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

FIiNE NEW TEAS ! AT NEWJTORK PRICES. Li- M. REXrORD has mnde arranjremer,iK«itb ihe Js"E\V-YOHK PEK1N TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS in Omgbamton, and can furnish his customers, and the trade, with Teas ai the'saroc prices that the Company charge for them in New York, »hich.is,,aJ. leaf I. from One to Two Sbil. lings cheaper on each pound than the Grocers sell at. And in crcry case where theno TcaS;do not give salis. faction, the money will be paid loclt for them. CATALOGUE OF TEAS. «,REEN. Young Hyson, good, J7 J_j Do. do. sweet .cargo, 50 Do. do. fine cargo, 75 Do. do. silver leaf, 1 00 Siher leaf— seldom sold even by largo dealers, because of the very small profits made on its sale—is a very superior Tea. "¦ . Do. do; golden chop, 1 so OWd, nj|e|iop—This is the finest Green Tea cultivated in Chitia. It Is of the first pickings,. and excels all others Green Tess for its delicacy of flavor, strength and aroma. Heretofore this Tea tias never reach-- ed thtsjcoonlry, except ia...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

.;.^^M:pooi>Si/' THB^itoc?tbei|aaDW receiving, a gen«ral a.«sirtrbentof | -"-V- ' ' ; ¦ - -¦"' Dry-Goods;:<|rbcert<«,'Hardware, . Grockeril Bonnets, Fish, , ' ¦- .-..:i-.!ip.am-IeafMats t .;/ ..--;/:. Triankful fqrpa«tf(|ror»tte would roost respectfully solicit the patronage;of-J»is.friends, and the public-ienenilfJ?,:.ood will endeasorto sell them gooda. as JLsjM for the ready, or Jor ¦ppfoved ^redii, |sf those who boast fotufcr, and drumiintt&M .,«•'«.,'• • };•-r-. I M. C. Tyler. MOU8LIN DB LAINESi Dtwns, and splendid Qinghsms, lor sale,low at r r l ' ' Tylers. : 4L if— — OUMMER STUFFS,Croton Cloth, Tweeils, W Gambrdnes,"Btfipes and plaids uncommon lownt ? k > Tylerg. : ~ - tTEAS. FRESHi teas selling low at jj - . • Tykr,*- "^ thlcE. NEW Rice just!received at a Tylers. v tFISH. MACKEREL, Shad, Picfceled Salmon, and Codfish at j| : ' Tylers. j BpNNETS. '. ~~ TUSCAN, Stru|ir; Lace, and Lawn Sherred Bonnets, cheap at . Tylers. DRAWN GOODS. { ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

ft ?2B!R? w @^® W9 i i.5ta> TaaiB^r oanaiiip a a av ;::s 1 -i.'ift- >—. .. -~* _ ¦ ¦ ''¦ $¦„; -„ »* ';i-4-. - THE subscribers are now receiving a lirgo and desirablestock of ; ; ' &' srwcetdik sxmtan aoona. which were bought Tor Cajft, iandwilf beaold (dr"! ie samowtheap as!con tie bought in JNorbefiiPtunsylVtirtisiOurfriends and ctisio-Tier.s will please a^ccept our; thanks for|beir sera ItieraZ patronage during the past vear ;|;and REMEMBER that any !thing, wanted .irfour line for the year to come willle furnished khem bn tl e principle <rf<Lire and Ut Ktfc' '«$OT TO RE UNDERSOLD.' 1st bur motto, aotl we Intel d~strictly to ifldhere toil.: All kiriBfof Country produce received in- payment ^ aslweil. as Cash, Old Silver, Flaxseed aiid Beeswla/ T ' Bentley^ReM. Mmtrose,; May 20,1847. [ ; /;jf ; B ilOAT)6Ldfris, Tweedsl Merinoesf and fancy Casstnibres,' Satioells, Jean's,-Vestingii, and Summer Goods, of a great variety, jusi opened and setting ri...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

p1^¥AM^(PN V ':' ,;". '¦ ':''"wto!vt^^mc^- -.j' :; XTfTHBREAS, JViire;ba»lp|' furnished to ** J^-ilidtoeadof fdaoi nocoveling,sufficient to protect J it from tho/ Winier'Mtproi. ors the burning.rtiys of Sumjtjer'si sun',tt ^ ls found high. Iy essential to his com fort and beauty, that»e provides bfmsalf will) seme aumaa/oWccalcu. lated tosubply. the deficiency. ' Afft£wnjgresji,i prtideiice tiequires,ihjatyeveryooe, should purchissesuct^ articles ak tcey }rriay need^wbere those eqitajly good, canjbe obtained st the foic. est prices , therefore, be it known, lo'tue rrjno© itanls of Sbsquebanr(a County, and all others whom It ri^ty concern, that ..'¦.¦. •>..,.. *¦ ¦ • "WT|I.-:fl|.,)P©ST,.'* CO. , Have established themselves . at the old/stand, one door smith.6f tho FiRstEBs' TSfbaifwherel they intend to.mnntifecjure, andkeep. constsnlly on hand, fpiHirfj-eykry! description, Inaddition to the r unusualjy large stock of Hati.now; on hand, and manufsrctureil "at thefr'eStriWsh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

I ^ ¦ '"' "¦<.7«--«tTitc-:y T j,.; i .T ^*^ l|ffj$[ra ...|,; ,.,,,XM. Anct^tctua. Iiapr«re4 . I pffeiau Vegotable 91edi«lBe. np HESE' Pills are"oiiV of ffie bejit'UedW X; Compoundsin tiso nt-the present day^I Asiacompion family physic, for admioistratios in»ll temporary complaintsof ihesiomtchttt) ^!ela,>eujt jche^ cq|d^,..&c., they may Z fully depended upon; *r)JaJ prompt use of thes orfthc firstappearanrieiif indisposilion will Iq. variably stuvo much sickne&s.. They; are peco. liSrly adaptc<ft<f 9II case's ofwenkneeraDd wo. eril debility—any dersbgement oAhe system aqd especially with temales-and asteady,flq, lujjerrupied use,iPt= -trjeoi,'. io. strict conformitv w.ltu the direeffpris wril "iiery. soon restore fa organs of the stomach to their natural tone j^ action,,and regulate the/bowels, and redovat, the whole system.' ' .-¦"., jThcre is no disposition to give fixtravagnm coYnmejidniions ofiihem1. What-« here stated, ^slhe result ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 29 July 1847

iM» Important Cure by Dr. Jaync's Alterative. -Wc have bocn informed by Mrs. Mahan, (a granddaughter of old GcnJ Wayne) thai she Buttered for a number of ytars from the growth of a large Goitrous Tanrbr, which besidej great urforraity, produced both a difficulty dnh-jflntilion, and of breathing. IndcciJ, ^ sne says ^ tho'' .preasiirc tijxi'n the wind-pipe .was so , great, as to pfe'vbnt'her from sleeping in a rcpumbent position, And bfii^n sutfocaliup appeared inevitable.— j She. also'labpurcd nnder ^crerc iudispositioi^froin Uvea Cbttrr.-\iNT;& Jscnuice, wilh a liorriolc train of riervbiis affecfioil^'for! wliiehshe used Dr. J iyne's Al^ terative.'ft 1 icli ;8he'took regnlarly for sis or peven weeks, wrth^ccaBronal dosts iif his Sanative Pills, and hcrgcncril health nas llu-rrhy completely rc.es. lablishcd;.and now jwrceiving some.tlitDinutmn in the size of the Goilrdps'; Tumur, shft-was ciicduragtcl to pcrseverein'l!l|c Use of lire Alteiutive. until cvory rtstige o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

' f~ Che "Semocrat r; I -• is Published ever* thcbsdat Itorkiso, } Bt rVLLEtHc tiKinvstfiD. ' { ' - —— I i fi T E K n g. 1 t »! ,JK> • T*v.if palftiF advuce, or «3,0^ If paid « ih« ^MjoluierMr. , j< .. >>5«4. ctiugal for poiute if carried U tb* jmMkl»r»'«r jwae. j, j. - . ; Dijcoipina»n(-M option], erapt whto «rrwifr> uo pti4.: Advi|tiiii»iiti one dollar per^quue of prelve line*, or 1m, forjtbe dm three Inienloni, abd twenty-fire cenm forevcry «nlitj<u( »,i I—Una. A liter*! diacoaat 4l!l be made to tho«*wfw> advertiacbyifaeyear. ' \ '¦:' ,¦ 1 ICJ- HjisiRMS letter!and tortiwankailotu forkhe paper rimat txwrrhtuo tmanattemtioB. ' "-: • 1 ; ¦ 'r " » . i ! JPOETRF.!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

i. from the National Era. ; , I THE OLD HOMESTEAD.r 5 BY MISS ALICE CARET, i When first tlie skies grow warm and bright, . And flask with gold the hours,' \ AnS, in her pale, faint robest the Spring m calling lip the flowers; j Whim children, with unslippercd feet, ' (|o forth with hearts of glee, To the straight and even furrows : Where the^vcllow corn mus.t be: AVb|it a beautiful embodiment ¦ Of ease, devoid of pride, Is the good old-fasbioned homestead, .. \f;ith doors still open wide! Bntfwhcn the happiest time is come, ; T^it to the year belongs, j Of glands bright with harvest gold.. A$d meadows full of songs; ; T Wliife fields of yet nnripened cornf ;-ff-Afid daily garnering stores, *SM&§^ . - ltenjind the thrifty husbandman djj ampler threshing-floors— . ITo^; pleasant, from the din and dust <¥ the thoroughfare aloof,' ; ' Seems the old-fashioned homestead, ^i'itii steep and mossy roof! , Wfiffi home the woodsman plods, with axe irpoti his shoulder swu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

f inSCELLANY. ' : ' Prom the Odd Fellow. V'Z^ZZSZ* ' ' Or the Apprentice's Revenue. »; . Br EMMA WHAKTOS. ,i [Concluded.] ' ^lic| he reached England, he found his br-ptiier^who bad spent his large fortune,] and subsisfia by gambling, and other kindred vires, rnn^h more degraded than he had subpo's"4- His uncle, his only other relative in jthat raft of England, was dead, and the gcntle.isuf-:feftng V)oy found himself among*' worse than ;strangeijs. His voyage Jiad only m?de him :v-orse, ajid he felt that he must die;: but, long-!jag to flose his eyes -among the friends who a-wed h^h so well, he left England, Mid reached ^Portsmouth about twenty-four h^U<efore itae'xpi&d. . At bia own most urgent tefref ihe madibis will, leaving the'bulk of his large jfjrtane to his guardian. Mr, Albre* iriotified ^dwardiHastings of his brother's death, and Jtonk possession of his fortune, as authorized |« the Tflll, Edward not even deigning an aniswer to Ms letter. , • '' hever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

[ The Nobleman's Bride. ¦_ ! ET JOSEI-U B HOAG. ' j ' ' ' Almost every day^' s observation is calculated to convince us of the truthfulness of the old adage, that " truth jis stranger than fiction." We live in a world that is replete with the strange ahd wonder'ul, and if we wish to become acquainted with that which is"retlly wonderful and romantic we have only to make ourselves acquainted with facts that are constantly transpiring in the world around us; The realities of life contain that which is truly more romantic than the best tales of fictiori, garnatured with the most Vived. imagination. The statements ontained in the following tale are strictly true, as the reader may rest assured, the writer I aving been furnished with them from, the most reliable sources: Caroline S^— was the daughter df a very wealthy njerehant, Her father died when she was very young, but made ample provision for his daughterly leav ng a large amount of moni -ey in the bands of a friend, to whom!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

= r- -f-t ,_ ' The approach to the {City of Mexico. All accounts concur in spying that the city of Mexico is uot capable ofja very stubborn or serious defence. The vallefe of Mexico, *bich lsjiixty-threemilesin extfnt by forty-three in breadth, is quite picturesque, and is clo-! quently duacribcd;by all trairellers, but by none more glowingly than by BbIistz Mayeh. ¦ "Conceive yo'urself," he'-says, "placed nearly two thousand feet al&ve the valley, and nme thousand feet above this level, of the sea. The gigantic seale ^ f every jibing first strikes you—you seem to Be lqpkjpg, down upon a vortd. No other; mountain" and valley scene has such an'assemblage of features, beiause'no where are the mountains at^the, same time so high, the valley so wide, or filled with such variety of land and water. ; $he plain beneath is exceedingly level, and forjtwo hundred miles around it extends a barrier. of stupendous mountains, most of wbicfi jihavc been active volcanoes, and arc now ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

; i Address of the Democratic state Central Committee. ib the people of Ptfimsyhamw, Fellow Citizbns :" Pennsylvania is rapidly emerging from the embarrassments in which unwise legislation and a wastlful and extVavagant expenditures of public nloney had involved her. - ' \ -'i - I Her citizens can again ' he|r the good old "Keystone State" spoken of Has "Honest old \\Vemtsyhaida," without feeling that it,is done i in derision. Her finances are| now ample, not ibnlyt.omeet all demands up(|n the treasury, but the time has arrived wheria sinking fund pan be formedfbr the paymenj of a portion of the public debt annually. 5 i j i Whether this prosperous-an?!gratifying coni uitioi of things is toibej contin|ied, is a quesionofvast importance to t|e people. It is likeinterestingtotheifarmer; the mecbanici he manufacturer, the laborer^ the merchant (nd tho transporter, hTact fo! can mention no description of our citizens vlho are hot in-^ crcsicd in maintaining the honor! and integrit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

ARMY NEWS. Advance opGenlWooTs Cpmmand—humors at tiatamro&~YeUow Fever at Sew Orleans. '• ¦ * to s V RicnMosn, Aug. i <s. The steamship Telegraph, from Vera. Ouz, has arrived'at New Orleans, bringing dates to the 4tlji the Telegraph touched at the Jira-ZOS. ji-i- .... The Matathoros Elag of the 4th mst. says : —We leanl from Major Arthur, formerly quartermaster at Cerralvo, that Gen. Wool had received orders to proceed with the advance of Gen. Taylor's column on the 20th mst. m the direction of Encarnaciofi-, some twenty leagues from Bitena Vista, where he will establish a depot, Into which threeimonth's rations wiU be stored.' ' • •, . The «nny is then to advance upon t>an J>ms. The communication to be open with Tanipico or Tuspan, whence supplies will thereafter be reccivw. Ail mules arid other means of transportation arc ordered' above, and activity prevails throughout the whole department of the Quartermaster.! - j - Major Grossman, at Camargo,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

When la the Ruin to come 1 j i: After alLithcre is nothing so vexatious _and. annoying as^siL^pciise. It is the same whethe • I wc wait forkhe marriage, or, (so say the books, )\ the haugmah's noose.. It is alike difficult t>j bear, whctl^rfelt in a state of'.hope or fear—-! whether the? object be certain or uncertain.- - j We repeat (;here is nothing so vcxa'tions an 1 annoying as suspense. Even the blow that scatters oiir brightest anticipations is madu welcome byjthe fact that it also dissipates on r suspense, jilt is well known that of the thou* - ands who waited, in all the agony of that dread occasion, f<jir the sigual of their fate, durio g the bloody'-jprHCcediiigs of Robespibhbe, m:,-ny walked to the block of deatli.uf oniparativci y resigned aifil cheerful, when they knew that the decreejfor which they had lingered 10 i long, was Unalterable and final. Our Fedur il | friends predicted that Ruin was to follow t! ic cnactment|if the Tariff of 184tj. They ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

. From tlUreoMrl"™11*^ e , * •- ^Terli^rlSiH^'*^*«|e«f. 1'' £ ;! Not)ung.isuiore?.*rcditablcHo our preSedt ^orthy E(x.ccutivc, tbtin the nffcnessjapil SnBPgy with which iho h18 r^pektifljy^ ^sis(teii^|6 attemfsisliMcih the Legislati«e*(U(^b|o|:^e great mafefacturing interests jpf theJ;Corn|iqriwealtli within the grasp ,'of in^orpowt^ ci*i»- panics. She policy of ttducipg A% the^jtall uitercsts o^f the Sta|e to mono^>Ues.?is jof F|fl7 feral origin* and in direct opposition to the spirit of thej Constitution, P* the^BUl 6f»ig^«T and* Of tlie' fundamental principles of Democracy, 'flic success (if the various branches of manufactures in t|iis State, since Governor jSncsk was called iipoii to arrest the /designs of those who wishell to clothe certain estabfi>h» I ments witli corporate powers,- is a triumphant i yindicatiou of the views winch he expressed in Ibis veto'mcssages.j Take the Conestdga Cot ton Factory, at Lancaster, as an instance.— The proprietors of jt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

I'TUe New Tariff and fv^ool. • | It w«s the favorite advice of an accoraphs|ied • iiian of thd world," to his friends, neverjjto he vjthout a g|ood excuse in. an emergency.!—ThctJ-'ederalisls. in their anxiety to find otl|er causes for the jsucccssful"operation of.tlit-TaJiff of 1 ^46, beside the real causes, have had the goo^or'bad.ldck to discover some of therhbst equ ivoc.il character. ^Thc North Ainerkdii is noW anxious io give the reasons^ why wiiol commands higher and better prices under the Tariff of 184(fthan it did under thbi Tariff| of 1H42.. Even! the. name of the Journal\of Commerce, -*-hich is, wc suspect,! affixed | to these .reasons! as a cruel jest upoii the opposition,' does not'prevent our Federal adversary fromad&ptingj them with avidity.; *The./oir-\ nal says that the cause of the advanced prmes j of ¦jvoo'l is the fact of. domestic avoo!_ being of a i better quality this' year than during forte i years, and the \North American, allows the^ifef nai ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

I j j i ; l ; .--------L--- jlfl^^^'^B-AmA i p THrpM0CBAli\~^ j ~ . Mp|lTROSf:. ~"t=' }~" Thnrsday^^Aur. »6, !>)«. ~ i Democratic dominations. I FOR ^OVERNOR. ] FRANCIS t SHip, OF ALtEGHEJiT COUMT* i FOR CASAli COMMISSIONER, MORRIS pNGSTRETfl, OF MONTGOMERY CODNTV, . . %

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

g@= Until after-election our last' page will be filled entirely with adVertiseihe!>ts, toj mate the more room for political matter in ojur inside pages.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 26 August 1847

Organize! Orajanizjc!^ We nave repeateuiy urgeu upon me uenw-; raov of this countv; the necessity' of an earh and efficient organization preparatory' to th? approaching contest. This duty is dbvious ind imperative,and there is. no time to.jbe lost-The important quejstioiis of StatO [policy wliirli divide the two great parties, asi well as the qualifications and ^claims of tb^r respective candidates, have already been generally discussed and decided upon by tbe great majority of our,citizens. But|a little over ;seven Teei; remains before thcibattle* will be terminjtpilr and what arc wc doing to cnsur0 the triumpk of our cause.? It; will not do to counsel sopineness longer, because our opponents do mi make any public demonstration. Depend ii;.-nn it they arc-Tiai.iifllc'1 ; their apparent apathy i is Jmt a dajigeroul: ruse, and should W a i»t« 1 of warning to us ; of trejnemlous peel.- Tkr I calcula tc largely upon success; butthey expct •I to secure it by our. supirienegs, tb f...

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