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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

. "! Uj: .: , ¦ =J . ^ n|m tho Democrutlc Bevlew. i;Bk BOKDER JBEtFrisEMEKlT: 1- . I! -on- - - THE TORY'S [DAUGHTER. A T»le of (fa* Mohawk Valley ln 1773, i . 1 % f! ': * ¦ : "fbe MoWk Valley, and indeed the whole country inbaWted by" the Five Nations, was the |beatraof|8uceessivB wars, from the discovetydown to the American: Revolution.— The|e is, tKe^ofore, no section of the jjnited Stages so riiih, \n histori'carincidiait as the Valley CftheJM6lawk and |hc contiguous territory at the west1?—Introduction to life a/Brant, ^t / t • "' ¦' "^he inhabitants |of this Valley were necessafily an aiimed yeomanry, watching for theniselves, apd standing sentinels for each other in turnj-harrassed daily by conflicting rumors; now hdmonishfed of the approach of the foe in the flight by tjie glaring flames of a neighbor's hou^ or compelled suddenly to escape from his approach at a time and in a direction the leas« espeeted."—Life of Brant Vol. 1. p. 315j ; • CHAPTER I. Loso before! it...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

. —u. ; 1 == ;.;. 'caAtTER:ii.' I be time to Harper, waiting there 'neath the trysung tree, passed heavily indeed. Many were the reasons suggested to bis mind for thpnon-appcaraneeofherwhombe hoped to meet; yet each one ip its tttrnwas dismissed as-nnpro^ble and unsatisfactory. He rose and walked away, repeating the signal as be went,- half-inclintd tb believe his, s^ay was useless; but }t would n'oi do—bis heart drew him back again to the «po^. t , 1 ¦ The1 story of his affection; for the Tory's daughter, partook not^of the strange or marvellous. Th>yofte|metatthejmerrv--making ff the settlers, and Harper pleased with the frank anil open hearted girl" had wboed:; and won — He was a-warm whig, and the father of Sarah was as well know.n tojbe favorable to the royal cause, though he hid hitherto declined taking any part in the jvar.' During the year before—that of 1777-^-ever memdrable in the Mohawk Valley for the fierce struggles that there took place—Harper attempted ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

.{: '. ;: .r«ch Uio'JGaMiliiioriiitithitisajj 1W/J A first Attempt at Keenloiir^flaaol. When;™ ^re.abput seventeen jear%?of age w< I thpugjit we had sii|. «cnt ^uinity" andtsci-' ence to tajte^charge'eif-a cpuniry'sehpoXM a^f we id ubt not ^e-'hatL ' ^a^ngicceivM ^HeWore frprn the ebieT.be«nmi^tee-maii' of fai 'ybsourfr district in the ;Stdte of Maine! an iqvitatiott! "to flesh our virgih sword^' in thjs, ^ ayt.weijbyiully accepted'flife taskj at e'ightjdpllari" a month, with the enviable p^iJBege ttf^bpatdingfround' withbutchkrgC.'-:;-'.|"; ¦' - "f!""'•"^ *??' ¦ «¦ One fine, bright, cold Moniday morning, ??we found oursclf ^n. the scehe of[ action.. Jtysrais in a cedar sw^mp, bn.^he back, or .nprthern si( le of a black and barren ?ange of hills palled Aj ipleton ridge pan'appropriate name" eiceptin 5 tb» applet. All the bouses and buBdiogs iij the place wore built bf.logs,with tfieriexeeptitu af the respectable scat.of - learnLag^ipyer which we were to have the .htjnpr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

0F1 ;;.,..:': ^mmM:mm^^^ A foragD^rresMndent (he, N^w_jYork B r^ageiist'tcU% the! amusing ! arieeu'ote;'''^rhu?W -fSlows. '-V-htf,-- ',:'.:)¦¦¦< ¦'. j-T ¦:-is;f-<!li£'s-j<.i». ' One beautiful day wo were' suilingl briskljf/ net far from thp=S(raits toff.Gyiraltori v4ii^i.t^ passengers wcyei.wejl fbafcda^, anditt,reparkr, hi it fine, epiritlu. Our. appetites wcts in^prVi ac;i:ive cbhditipriand wo looked' "fbrwa«l:': tbnL di iner with a frost utiiritelle^t\jalf^!a^rhesjil. iiii} T le time ¦ca^e,;BndvweiW*i>t^^betaHb ^ de*t lij ;ht^d,yvith; Oie, ptpspect; bj^ei^.ij; Jnf>. (hft cc ntrc was ariLimmense. t|re^^.B.onp,jaj|diii^ ticntentssentf «j»arefrcsjiing| pdpr."! We!were' s< Stt ^eated/Ind^rejjanhg (b' '^artdlfe oifi'i^ w ten alas ! - for ttie^xpiijctaliions of. fetictt^BiSt*- tlly good 1; Tbe skylight above the:tablil|ad( bi icn Mt ppen^for, the sake, jof .ven^ii^ny-,-. ljnfortunaleT jj.aithe. s'am.e n^menj,. -ifip^ie. 1J0L lift lirn tti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

IfiE democrat;! | I; Mfntr*se| Tnnnday, Oct. Mj 1»4». H '¦ jTi^-BMirij; r.|1'i: | '¦' iVis with feelings of u%mmgl^p^dejjind pleasure thai'we are this day enabled to record one; of the mist brilliant Democratic triumphs orcjr Federalism and its allies and adjuncts, that the poogle rif tbe good old Koystine have ever acbieve.| since the days of the vinerated Jackson! Itjh a victory, in fact, notwithstanding pur stroiijl confidence in the irit^lligcnce •ndjpatriotisiih of tbe masses, whoSo vjjrdict it is, Which wejittle anticipated abd for which we weri not prepared. Wo expectcda yir|tory for our | principled—'a decisive'victory—But not such a total,;fcxtcrmiuating.rout as has befallen Federalism, i. In rcgard,!thcrefore, to tho issues which were chosen by our opponents there-can be rip doubt of tbe verdict; What those issues weije is every where kn|wn. They were tEe.. war, and a protective Tariff. The .Federalists made these the issues amd we accepted them, and tqumphed with1...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

last _T _,, | . [• . |«S«rwGrapf»M-—Aa««ssl«t.j . pxXBQWiW^IptNli^^mirpmj -- ruses the flowing laigua^^*^^^ the.^|d overthrow of Fc^iaT^ '|»n|h^j^ae«d&^rinoiB'^ | § '[ ; S fj !• ^W8ti.v«^iaving^me over to us in it stirmJatityear, s§pdarsl> have gonlo jback again hi ;auothei—at least, our reports |look lik^thtirvi Tfo'elegant Native; party appears to-Savb dotie us the, semce there which usually iJev&vaj on#|e Birrieyj^aboKtioiiiliitsj: iWell letfieij gb I' Nothing was -depending, so far as National affaW ;are regarded.- ami. though wsj;deeplyi^p^Hbi; defeat of so good * Whig as James Imo, ye shall see that the ascendancy of the Whig cause does not depend I on a State so naturally averse to us as -Pennsylvania.,, . | I ' ' : |:.Ani|,yetitwiiln..scarcely be credited,|though; it is truth, that^he samp paper on tljo! day previous to the election in an article headed 'A Word^tp Pennsylvania,' exclaims* with great: emphasis: "Pennsylvania! the Unioii tooks[ anx...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

) II. i : : i I Federal Version. , A correspondent of the N. Y. Tribune, on the motning after the election, says :; "Our State appears td'have taken%u ecccntricjcourse yesterday in reference to its election, 'and the iinexpected gains for Shunk astound equally .his supporters arid opponents. Just as our city polls closed there came a heavy shower and prevented the receipt of returns until three or four In^thc morning, and such returns!, It seemed on.actual-rain of Loeo votes, and I do not believe there is a man in our State can tell where they come from. : ]¦ JAH tljo figures received are disastrous.to the Whig pause.! Loco-Fpco counties increase their majorities, and Whig counties fall off.— It is hot longer a question who will bo elected, but boTv large Shunk's majority will be.. The returns arc still incomplete, as the deluge last pVeningicompletcly knocked up all express arrangements." . ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

Damage to our State Wjorlu. We regret to find our apprehensions of last week: in (regard to the damage to some portions of our State Canals, by the .late freshet, but too wclllfoundedi The Pennsylvania of Monday says it is informed "that it will be almost impossible to repair the Juniata canal the present season—while the W. Branch division, it is thought, can' bo rendered navigable in two or three'weeks. [ The.North Branch, we learn, has sustained no injury. The Pennsylvania Ciwal, between Harrishurg and Columbia, is also somewhat injured, and th* Tidewater can-J ' "rs^ ^» * * - - - — ™ uae conditmn.—' -' $bc public ^orks west of the mountains, bave suffered piess, however, than was at first apprehended, |»nd can soon bo put in- good order — The Porjtago Railroad, though injured considerably ojb the mountain, is still so far used as to pass, |be passengers by the packet bbats; cays runfibctwecnthejinjured parts. :: One gentleman, who recently passed along the Juniatat; inform...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

| Tbe Xext I^egtslature, Wo arc pleased to announce, will be largely Democratic. The Senate is composed of-38 memberl; ll elected eajebsjear—this year 12 fane to fijl a vacancy. The Democrats have sustained no losses, but bave gained two members which will give them within one of a majority|in that body, or 16 tb"l7. Tbe House of Representatives is conceded by tbe North American to stand ^5 Democrats to 35 Federalists-4-almost two to one, and nearly, the reverse of^ast year. That was a glorious "storm" for the [people of Pennsylvania^ on Tuesday welck ! L ' ',

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

Ir^ln's "Dome Popularltr. " Ihe subjoined table of the majorities for Shunk iq1 Cen^e county, the! home of the! redoubtabfeiTmn, in 1844 and 1 will showrijost beautiful).^ the character and extent of his;excessive ^omelpopularity," which was so much vduntcd b£forej:the election:/ ' ;Shunk|s majj:in '44, ^93 ; ;;• | -¦ ["in '47, .700 iF|urth|r comment .is needless. A gain for Shunk |o|erhb;| majority three years ag0/ of upwiar^sjpf 100; in the very region of ft vin's "Unbohiijded popularity," and despite tljolihfliienceafid appliances of his immense wealth, requires |io varhislrto, make it significant. 1 A little ttib^ of such [inverse] popularity would make a; fijial &fi$i of tbe so-called v universal ^Jfig'j'lij^rty iri tbe Keystone. \ " \-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

h, '''«^B'_|*sig»tretli Elected. ] ;: fW.e-bj*|vie..|reatret(son to congratulate £be ^ple'ofJlPen^lvadia (bat our popular cau-: jdidate fo|rt^%ffi«e j of Canal Commissioner, judge Lj^OBTkMirj ha s-been elected by a ^^^l\^^j^/ m^yUmJ^aji qoy.-fenuKK'si Tlisseci^e8r nB_i. majority of the Canal,B^a\b^e« the servi ce of one ofjthe •driest, pujrestii and best: meni in the Stateffbr t^jcft^^tjt^o^:1 };\ ^X: Jtf : r' rlSriftilWj!^ tt&''to&*&Qfo' muag'Mptti^jjaWit tir*h''D|ii«^tie; ticlceti ] ^^0y^m $*!0&iJ:%^] S'icf'iiKlj^r'^te i:V«'d:' 'jr:.l?y.ywi bii'ivfeii ¦ r.J. Y'-\ P. . I ' - : : & |

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

I THE WAR NOBLY SUSTAINED ! "Coostit to your holes, -I ¦ ; i MAoirapiCEirr IjPMbCRA^TRIMPH. I sntTNK'S majority, IS,000 J I is " ^__^__^__^._—Lii-s* Demoersitlti Rstln Ibfc McmbtMlot >ts» -Jj fsi'ATE tEGISLATOREt I 1 - I" We have met the enemy and they are oufs," is a glorious, motto, literally true as relards the result of tho lato election. Nobly ajd"' gallantly bavo tbe Deniocratio hosts of p|nnsylvania come up to their duty, and visitc| overwhelming defeat upon their political "Inemies," the Federalists, Upon the issues njftdo. up and presented by themselves, on a favorable day to both parties, they bave been hlWlessly defeated. AU their anti-war and f election" weapons have.availed them noig. They fall beneath the blows of an unite|l and indignant Democracy, who are aroused afitbeir opposition to the country's, war, andat tb^ir attempts to deceive and humbug the peop%.: "This is the only excuse they can make, atjfl the only one they trill not make. j|rhe follow...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

i From tho Lancaster ibtelllgenccr. Of 18461 proved to be a blesslnir to the afarhie^ ^fec^anlc and sLalhl0'lre4 j '; -; ¦ I ¦ ' r ¦ -\~-. I ihe foBowing letter, from the Hon2 Emiu^ BdJike,; tjio distinguished Commissioner,of thjs Patent office at. Washington, and one of the most able] and; profound jtoinkers of the dayi will be read with great interest, ift the present cris s,;by jtho hard-wbrkinfl! and intelligent far* mors arid jnechanicsof Peppsylvania. This in^ valuable document, showingi as it does, the trir umnhant results of the rev-Ued Tariff of 1846; wasfe&atedby.aletter from Colonel Samuei, C. ^TAHBJAiian, long ^nd well-"known as a leading Democrat Of this Statu, and now as heretofore a citiien of Pennsylvania. • It is, in all respects, a document full of extraordinary interest, and Wo have all good reason to thank Col. Stahiiacqii for his ejscrtions in inducing its able, and qlcar-mindcd author to put his ideas to paper. . . ." Mr. BdJbke,: the author:of th...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

I - J : I . Importing Toters. The last iwgistcr, m its effort to excuse tbd terribjo thrashing its party bad just received in this county|i! took occasion to vcot a moiety »f its spleen ujion the Democrats of Sp|ingville; -whom it coolly and impudently charged with baring "imported voters from another county"Vf cut down tbe Federal majority. TflThat "'otbet county? is intended we know not, unless N -t -' ^ \ - * it is Wyoming. If this is tbe one, - wo woijKf beg td know where the Democrats of thWcounty "ii|iported''|their voters from tOjTchange their teoiority<ofsome one bundreo, to a ma-i jorityiof nearly two 'hundred? . But;'perhapsj our neighbor b|ad not received tbe returns from' that county when the paragraph was written. Seriously, -however, how stand the- facts in this alleged iniportation and fraud ? j Is there any truth in th> charge ? We have tikeu consideraple painS to ascertain, and are fully autborized by toe Democrats'of Springville to mj there i*»i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

; Official Returns for Senator. ''"'"" Streeter. Richards. Little. Susquehanna, 2252 1448 59 Wjjiyne, 1196 735 — Wjoming, 795 650 — •i;i ' .4243 2833, . - 59 Streeter's majority 1410.

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

Representative Official Returns. .j! .. . Taggart. Little. McKinncy. Susquehanna, 2319 2287_1 45 W|pming, 793 823 10 , l\ - 3112 3110 55 ' . 'j - Cassady. Edwards. Kinney Susquehanna, 1450- 1439 42 Wyoming, 621 632 10 " 1 2071 2071 5^ faggaft's maj, 1041; LftUe's, 1039. . "lj .. : '¦ : - ; J^" Th e Register attributes the rout and vanquishment of Federalism in Slarylarid to |ho,|'importation of voters." Wonder if that wasinpt what defeated^tho party in Pcrinsyl-Taqtu'f'V' J' : • j <|«0boia EtBctiojf.—Returns from the entirejpjtate have been received, and Towns the dcnjperatic candidate for Governor, has been elecM ;by a majority of about 1600. The frhigs havei.a majority of not less than three, ^ndjiprobably five in the Senate, and two in thej;House,;inaking amajority of at least seven onjoirit ballot-rthus. securing two United States Senators. ' . lit .-. —- L i*^99^mioit. -~The^^ steamers fowa and P^^tion^mo incolligionon the Mississippi *?. ";f^'%*"^'» «nki ugthe,I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

' T^ t '. , ¦- r—1 1 s , (i t ^^^-^—-yj^s—! ii J suspoiiA wm mm election ItETUBN^ It j' . ' ¦ ':¦: ;iM,rifcJi»i : l ¦ :, I Giperntt. • C&fud Corny. Senator. \ |; Representatives. bqmmisSloRer. ¦ Treasurer. Auditor. ,—'irr-f ( >' ¦ * ' I > ¦•>¦ '*' ¦' >: • ¦;: '- — < i , * j, „ . ¦ '.3-5 -g g- m g^j § j» g 2 ; S ; "3 s ¦ I s i Towsstips. . I - S i ~ S -•- -* - * '. * ¦ i 2 - L- = -» I ¦ ; •¦:.. i—j ....¦•; r ^ ¦ ; AnalachiatL 4| 20 42 |7 . 20 18 I 48 41 12 12 \ 26 !! 26 31 15 . 22 40 Auburn. 11? 105 110 105 101 99 i 106 105 1Q6 106 '100 ! 107 105 . %!, 105 104 Bridpewatcr, 180 97 176 100 170 98 171 169 103 ' 103 168 lilOl. 154 107 """ 166 98 .Brooklyn, 106 75 106 74 HO 72 j 107 107 75 75 104 ', 78 105 73 108 74 Chocon'ut, 4J 30 ' • 43 29 - 36 "33 - 43 43 28 29 42 !| 28 43 '27 15 ' 58 Clifford, 138 76 134 75 123 90 ¦ lS*y 124 r 7.6 76 : 130 s 76 129 76 129 75 Dimock, 114 63 112 6,5 113 ,6ft? 113 104 68 j"62 112 i 64 111 63 112 64 Forest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

GEXKRALUTELLIGEiNCE JTaklnj? ofthfs City of Mexico. American h\ss killed' ^ and wounded, Officers and in en,^n the L^tf Battles, 562—Generals U'or' ti Pilhw' find Smith safe—Worth Goveriurr* of the qity of Mexico. iFETEns|uno, Oct. 13—A. M. The New Orleans Jiapers of the 5th, due h re to day, nave not beeu received, having failed jiiuth of Charleston. S. C. I am ho»vcvv. iiulebted to G. W. Vanstoren Ksq. who r^mo passenger in the! steamer Alabama, from 'famine-., forfne following additional; particnlirMif Mexican intelligence brought by that .Mr. Vanstoren c^me company Withs }hj. C.ipcrs. GoVcr'nn|ient sutler of Tampico,: l>".-ir r of despatches t$ the- United States from ; I'. I. dates. (Major Capers has copies of le^- ; '•¦ r- to merchaiirs at Tampico, received by; ;!":'ish expressPs, fivjpi; somi-official accounts ; .fi'ii' taking of tbe Cfnpital. ¦ S:nita Anna inarcl^-d out on the 13th with •I.'.',.t(( men and 20 pieces of cannon, and proe-vih-d t.i Ouadaloupt. It...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

| Dreadful Explosion In XaSlivlllc. I ^ CipcisxATi, Oct.. loth. 1847. j Nashville papers, just arrived, bring news of I an awful calamity at that place, from effects of J the storm "on | Tuesday evening„ last. The i lightning struck a powder magazine, causing i an awful explojjion. The report was equal to ' the loudest earthquake. The destruction of life and prnpeijty was immense, 100 houses . were destroyedfor injured, and ten dead bodies were already taken from the ruins. ; The house ofji Mr. Sheavers v as torn to pic» j-ccs, the family iinueh injured, and one of them, a young lady, kfjled.—Cor. N. Y. Globe. TllE- PEXNSlriYJlXIA-: YoLt-NTKEnS.—The Pittsburg Comuiercial Journal says letters have been; received in that city, with the intelligence tjhat Lierit. Col. Black, and, we presume, theireatdr part, if jnot all the First regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers were at Puebla, on the 12th; of September. They could liot. ^ theref ire, have been .engaged in the late operation...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 21 October 1847

1, vj, • Romance of Ufe. . llie Vermont Jt'atnot gives the following ro^ , maulic abcount of the adventures of a "green j inountaiiljiboy." It is one of those cases which [prove thljit) "truth is stranger than fiction." I . Tho tawn of Newfano, in this countv, Was many yejirs sinde the birth place of an' infant ; who wasibjiristened Paul Holland K—' . j As he gr]ow_up to manhood the spirit of Yankee enterbrize earned him to Canada, and in (he interior of tho country he commenced thei,.practice of law. His industry and perseverance were rewarded with success, and after a time he removed for more lucrative practicc-te tbe city of Montreal.- Prosperity and goodiifortunc still attended Tiini, and he soon becdine a candidate to the Canadian Parliament, i|here his ability and good judgment secured tp him a respectable position and"influeiice. While a member of Parliament, he received a letter purporting to be written by an o^d lady by the name of K; , stating in Substance] that she ...

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