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

I . *< ,...i.jv,v... t..i •-. .)¦• .n ,.'.t -, ¦ ...1 ¦ , . ' ;;;'S:; 1Mmmo?httWjfspihkm$mm*r i¦ • • •;a,:S:r!v - ¦' j!M$&fej»esti^n,v :-'l.\ f Adopted Iit a Countj Convention liclcr at IHonlrttse tlie liMn,i3tuj and '--•m'1 "/••: I'. 14*lid4^ji of January, is**?.- ' t •; •.•.¦.¦-. ¦ •¦-. •' » • ¦•¦.•! .v.tii,•.'., i •¦ . . . . i • ¦ ; i . >%' ~^~.—-i~>^^^^S>«g^—:—- ! . , ,v/iV^f ¦¦: ¦ ,¦.:¦*- — •;¦ ¦ ,'fV.. • iP"" • . " '!• ^.>,^»7We<|ing hchliittljc Court Hiusoia.JIontrose, on iVc lOtbdayof XoVo'mboi- las ¦ ,^UUm»J4istt P' Benjamin Lai&tdp,yaMa lekt. Rev.. Mr. Long^- .wA-Ha... Mr.1 Milte * .hO»«re'appoiE|cd4;,.Gtaimit^6 toiproparerai address to the'people <#.th© ouuntv ou thenubic* * >-sPj||^m^0 ^^^ to.wnship elections, and to report t ..j^^fJWoUiv^That.Ooirinuttce, liy.their Chairman Judge .Jussir,' reported the followiu iv^4^^^i?N^; «»^^t!3^-:'**' ^i'-.-^wf? 'Vr-"'- '- H ;1 "-f ' ¦'*' rj' 'T f- • ^v&...

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

K@-Hon D?|Wilmot stillj continues to merit our than ssjfor his numerohs public fa-1 I Si ' ¦ ¦ vors. ', ' ]i j - .-! Hi 1— . jjgyjYe alftowlcdgc our obligations to our -Represent: tifes, Messrs. Thdmas and Fas* set, for their ct manned favors. Through their politerteis, we h|vc been furnished with the Reports >of theSifferetary ofthe treasury, and the Superinter detjit of Common j Schools. . - ' ! 1 t-f JKgr" j\Ve at e |nder obligations to our neighbor, James "VY. fchapman, now \,Transcribing Clerk in the i cijbte, for his favors. Wo are glad that a b( tt&~fortumV than: ours has not made hipi nhi liuftful ^ of the printer, though of an opposing p dtjEeal credo. - I' Kgf4 Orn readers will excuse, us for the unusual sjiaeeiw ii<j}iwc havedevotpd to the Temperance move nqbts this- week. •! To most of them wp hope a|d trust it trill be' 'ofchitcrcst; buttotiosc of la different taste wq promise something els; njext week. ; BgHTho." People's Advocate'" is reque...

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

tl be , -r--r -; ITie CenventloB. 0^ ant>eiflpage will found the proceedings bf th( Pemocratio County Convention, held in t|h( (jjourt-hpusc on Monday evening last, pursui ntjjto previous notice, for tho appointment < f ^legates to the Fourth of March Convention, and for the transaction of such other business ai> was deemed necessary. A respectable n nibbcr of Democrats from all parts of the Cottntv, were present,'and great unanimity pre' ailed in rogarf to the measures proposed. T.e resolutions in reference to the war, Governor Swdhk. the Tariff and Slavery in newly aoqurj>d ; territory, were adopted with aearoely a diiaenting voice. Soma little di»- ensa^m ar «4 upon the j"one term" principle, aa itiia ea) t% bot the f ^ ^mreotioo maernpukmak, aa< w|th great oj aniauty, passed upon itidlaal waa-Jnation. Theaareryreaolo ^^mu^Mmy.pmi^^o ¦ m$M-!% :#»«*» ft* * nch owrTapijsiiutatireVi Ooi greashaj r^medietingaMhad, has tk«a bean laiesieaadby bk...

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

Senatorial conference. \ It will be seetr from the report Ot tnc, convention held in the Court-house on Mjjnday evening List, that a resolution, calling a genatorial Conference on the loth of Februarjjjncxt, to be composed of Delegates from each jpf the" several counties in this Senatorial District, was adopted. As some little'discussion ar|so in regard to the (natter, and'lcst the object |>e entirely inisappreltended, wo have thought|a few words by wav of explanation, mtglit not pe out of place. I Tliis District is composed, as tis gctlerauy known, of the counties of Wayne, Susquehanna and Wyoming. Wayne, Making time by tlid forelock," and contrary to all former usages, appointed, at her Democratic Convention ill September last, S. S. Winchester Esq. of Wyoming, as tho Senatorial Delegate to the next ith of March Convention, and instructed: Atm,| more over, by a sort of intrigue and management on tho part of two or three individuals who jigured largely in the meeti...

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

Army IV' ews; | The news from the Army which we ihromcle to-day, will doubtless be sought witlj interest. Reports seem to be somewhat coiijlradietory, although generally tending to the opinion that a battle has been fohght near-'Saltijlo, between Gen. Worth's Division (and p|obably the forces of Gens. Taylor Wool and fwigs,) and a portion of tho Mexican army Htndef Santa Anna. If .this is so the next mail from the theatre of operations will certainly; declare it. But wc arc seriously disposed to bo sceptical as to the correctness of these report!- We have seen before iu numerous instances that they have been, to say the least, greatly exaggerated, and a glance at dates, and then at the reports in question, will satisfy us that there is a possibility that the whole may be a farce, and that Santa Anna is no nearer Saltijlo than San Luis Potosi, or even |the city «>f M|xico. .. The scouts of Gen. Worth reported thcjidiscovcry of Santa Anna's army about the J 4th of Decembc...

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

I _ |j i M i i in .f i. ^ - - - ]Wo haTflookedorer OTtt Cbngresaioiuil filei .with a goodjdeai of oareijrlthtl fe hope of t»f intf.able to clull something from' the irloingi of tM "aaaembltd wisdom" that would be of ln-Iterkst to our readers. But we|f have t not the satisfaction of having bcim! suMessfnl in our undertaking/ All that wo have fctand, which is irdrthy of note, ia'given below: ^ho Army, Naivy, and Indian \ appropriation biflj was reported, read twica apd referred :to the committee- of the Wholel in. the House. Mr.. Rath-Imn's substltutej which provides- forToluntccrs and not regulars^ was adopted, and ibcJLieur. General-clause omitted by a ivbte of ;aycs, 90, nays, 120. The bill as amended, was report ed i to the House* and the question recurring upbn the substitute, was decided in the/ negative—103 yeas to 104 nays.. "¦ Mr. McKay reported a. bill authorising the issue of Treasury nojtes to the amount of twenty-three millions of {dollars, of not less deftontiuat...

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

Proceeding^ or Court. CrttAND Ji'KV.—Found true bill "vs.; Lewis Miller for Arson*; vs. Goo.. Brownel for keeping a tippling house, in Clifford; two vs. Laban Russel for/Larceny ; one vs. Lyman Canfield for disposing of bis property to defraud creditors ; one vs.- Northrop Canfield for colluding witb Lyman Canfield to defraud creditors; one vs. Henry Casey for Larceny ignored. Jury discharged Wednesday nor-n. On motion of Wm. J. Turrell, J. B., Myers, (formerly of Wayne Co.) was admitted to practice in the several courts of Susquehanna Co. as Attorney and Counsellor at law. TitAvettsi: Jrit-v.—Seaman Richards, witness in case of Com'th, vs. Thomas, fined $15 and costs for contempt of Court, in not obeying summons. William Warner, for isome offence fined SI and costs. Lyon vs." Green, Deft, withdrew his plea, after charge of Court, &c, judgment for Pltff. §23,60; Turretl for Pltff. Stroeter for Deft. Grifits vs. Bowman, verdict for Deft. Lusk &; Little, fur Pltf...

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

Great Bear Hunt. The monster of the woods is at last taken! Ho is said to bo the largest Bear captured in Northern Pennsylvania. Ho .was started on Monday, the 4th inst., in Scott townsliip, county of Wayne, and on the 6th, was wounded, in Preston, by C. P. TaUman, Esq., and still pursued by him, O. P. Tallmaii and -others, thro' Thompson, this county* into Harmdny, from there driven back into Thompson, and" again wounded by' Mr. Stoddard, and after having been several times thus driven and to-drivon, he again returned into Wayne, where he was finally captured after a pursuit of eight days, and is now in possession of Mr. Tallman. ¦This is no doubt the Britin that has killed a great nuinb/ 'er of Sheep for the last two years in the region ^hro' which he was followed. Too much credit cannot bo- awarded the gentlemen engaged in his capture. Mast Citizens.

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

A Lyln; Spirit. ; At the Temperance Convention,! held last Wednesday in this town, Joseph [TJ Richards Esq. in a critical, lucid and able exposition of tho Constitution of the United States and of this State, showed moist -conclusively? that tho1 Law proposing to prohibit ihe salt| of intoxica-j. ting drinks did not contravene any provision of either of these instruments. flis| argument was satisfactory to every candid mindiand prov-j ed most conclusively that there were no proi visions in either constitution winch'jvould in| torpose to save Rum-seHingfroni^hoI righteous indignation of the peoble. ' j. I'".'"',. j No one who Heard Mr. \ Richards could b4 any possibility! have supposed him to affirm ij contrary doctrine and vet it-wag asserted in i ^I tho eastern parti of Bridgewatcr and the westf era part of Brooklyn, yesterdayj that ho had proved before tho Convention that the law was unamspiitioMi and Was ynis v^M§ per^tiaa| men to vote for the continued sale of intoxicati...

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

^moeraUc Conaty Cravel^toit. * 1 {lis. pursuance .or a rcall or the Democratic i Cbunty ComnritteeVa: convention wis held-in,, 'J, tlie Court House,; in ¦Montrose on^ Monday^ve- ; n^bg Jan. 1§, 1847, for ;the purpose of electing J. ; delegates to the'4tb;pf<3IarebJ:Convbntionr te> put in nomination candidates for the office of Governor and Canal *ipqmmissroncr„to bo sup- i pprtcd at the next General Electiohy I j jj The Convention .vfas organized by;thoi clcctSm of ISAAC RECjEtHQW, Bsqr.,pTesidcnV f4ol. M. C. Tyler, -Tnoxus JohhSon, iGi.M^ Gbub, and Jons SiiiiiEV, Esqrs;, "ySeePresi--;dfcnts, Daniel Brckster, and G.ld, Grow,-Secretaries. ¦'._/' : {' - ' f J. H. Di mock moved a committee of five to report Preamble a^esolution's for the consid- .» eration of this ConTCntion; , Chair .appointed. _f J. H. Dimoclt; GcbrgoFnller, Hoi CJ;-Lect, >i Amherst Carpenter.fand Daniel l^pkct||Co}bmittcc- In theli' absence the Convention was addressed by "P. B. iStrectcr,...

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

FBOHTHE AaWKlr. » alarming istellioes|e COSPIRMED. Santa Anaa ttear Saltlllo. OESPERATCBATTti EXPECTED. Jfert'con Rancheros menacing Northern. Posts —Matamoros and- Camitrgo threatened—Citizens catted to Armyf-Arrival of Gen~ eral Scott at Braros—Bglay in forwarding Munitions of War—Gfn. Scott waiting for Arms—Mexican Congress in Favor of ihi^War. ¦ 'I Correspondence New York Sun WasnisoTON, Jan. 12, 10 P. M. . The U. 8. Steamer Edith has arrived at New Orleans. She left Brisos, 30th uk., and brings a confirmation of reported advance of Santa Anna with a large fproe upon Saltillo. The Mexican army were reported nearly 30,-OOO strong! General Taytor was only six or : t-ight miles on his march to Victoria when General Worth' s express rcach|d Montcry. The troops under Tings and Quitman were but 12 miles in advance. Orders! were immediately issued to this division to retrace their steps and proceed immediately toj Saltillo. General Butler had already marched with all the troops1 ...

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

later Hrwn Santa Fe The following letter to the St. Louis Republican gives the moat important portions of the news received % the late express from £auta Fc.i Foil Leaveswomh, Dec. 21,1846. ' I send you the following items of intelligence, this day received by express from Santa Fc. An officer jof the medical department of the army writes to this effect, under date of the 9th of November, from Santa Fe: " Capt Grier and Lieut Wilson, with'two soldiers, (of the 1st dragoons,) pursued and overtook a large party of Navajos and killed two of them, re-capturing, at the same time, a flock of sheep. The rest of the, company being mounted on poor 'mules, could not overtake the Indians. The captain's horse was wounded—no other damages done. •! An officer of «e 1st dragoons, writing from Albuqurque, iunler date of the^5th of October, says to his correspondent: To-morrow I start on an! expedition to the South. I have (at Albuqurque) a " soi disant" squadron of cavalry, numbering 175 men....

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

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

A Correction. It will be -ciiemibcred that, in connection with a Notice )f |ihc murder nf Mrs. Langford, published by isfjast Week, wc further stated that th^ muni erpr, Langford, was an inebriate, and thit he I wjuired an appetite for drink, which drove 1 inij to the fell deed, while officiating as bar-t< nder for his father-in-law, Mr. Briggs; then ofjlAtbens, but now of Towanda, and that the (ccitpa/ton of Mr. B. bad, indirectly led to hi suffering amT death of bis child. ' This it4tement, in substance, although differing a lit ;lo; in phraseology, we gave exactly as wc h iard it and as hundreds of -«ir readers head it, related in a public address, by Goo. Sant erson, Esq., of Towanda,^ at the evening scssi mjof the late Temperance Convention, on 1 uosday week. Rcljring confidently upoh-the cjirrectness of tho statement—for our infon iar>t pursued the same reflections relative to tb e Consequences of the occupation of Mr.; B.,ujoti his child, as appeared1 in o...

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

Iastractloa Kee^atloaa Passed. -lyr* haTe the pleasure of annouifcing |that Mr. Lbt»cks's tariff Instruetion Beaohitioni has bken adopted by Aa House, 6j|f o i*«cf Federal vote. We rejoice at Jtriis, !beea|se H hag had the effect to drive back jtho |ritire Democratic representation, in that body, |upon the true Democratic grounds.; Tho Federalists #ere determined to restore their old defunct Tariff, and pressed their resblutiojns to that effect, voting down, en masse, evejry amendment which the.Democrats offered. J The result has been- most salutary.. |

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

Temperance mass sjoavenuon. Is pursoadjbe to a previous resolution, the friends of Tetiiperance, from all parts of the county, -assembled in Mass Convention at the Presbyterian 'Sheeting House, in* the Borough of Montrose, dti Tuesday the 12th day of January, 1847, for the purpose of taking into consideration the'evils of intemperance, and devipfiing means to arrest and suppress this common •enemy of mani ©a motion, the Hon. WILLLAM JESSUP V was chosen ^residext ; Urbase Bc.nfeows| I Thomas Jofrssos, Sixeox Tucker, Also* ! Titf AST, jjL L. Mack, F. M. WilliamsJ jliJbCT.E^l^BRBsiiAOE, JabezFuikk, and j Alsros McoW, lice Preesidents, and J.{ j 8. Palmer |nd Albert Chamberlin, Sect'ysy ' The Committee appointed to prepare and arrange the business for the Convention, through Acir Chairmaif, Hon. Geo. Poller, reported ^he following Preamble and Resolutions, which, after being fufiv and ably .discussed by Judge Jessup, Iaeutf Duryee, Rev. Mr. Miller, Eld. A. L. Post G|o. Sanderson, ...

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

« wrkaiMaabecaMne •fine Tariff . ^>^- •rHMat"-~iJflirt«y/p9niaB. What has become of it? Why it's gone jto thunder—or perhaps it's joined tb\volunteors, and, gone to the Rio Grande, and been Mexicanised. . At any rate itfs among the missing, and one might as well attempt to bant fori a fecleralistin SliddleStothfield township, aslto seek for this forsaken, and defunct idol of; the federal party. This same tariff was at one tune the soul and body of federalism—it served the-sanie purpose the eider barrel did in 1$40, (though with less sptrtf.) and had not the good sense ajrfeommon wisdom of the people prevailed , the great cry of "panic, nun and distress" might stul be beard ringing throug h the landr-Bit;it"is now dead—as dead as B% Morgan himself, a« for ought wekno»;it ,tm and was dee^Uy mterred without a Coroners Inquest, and wife no political parson to breathe a fcebk^amen' owr W grave. R has ajone forever, witbont erenjtbe ehanee* enjoyed by MonsiearTonsQn , to feon...

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

•; 9 Days Later fkt»m Europe. >;. inepacKet snip Atlas, irom laverpool on the 6th ult, arrived at New To>k'on Friday.— Aside from the commercial intelligence, the (lews'is unimportant. Cotton was firm, grain had improved, and the Iron trade was brisk. ; The impression was rather general in Paris, that a Cariist insurrection in Spain was imminent l| In Spain, the Aew elections are going on.— irom Portugal, there is no news.' l A Genovesso journal says that Austria has demanded from the Papal;government, the amount of a debt contracted during the Neapolitan war, threatening if it be not paid immediately, to occupy Ferrara and'Accona. :\ The great tenor, Dupres, is on the eve of rehiring from professional life. ; I There appears to be no abatement in the last "popular movement," (the nin for fire inns,} all the provincial journals bearing witness to the unprecedented briskness in the gun trade. ' ;,; Louis Phillippe has- written ; to his holiness the Pope, recomme...

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

Peaasylvantn Legislature. i Coirapondence of llie Wicckty Piper. HARRisacKo, Jan., 15, 1847, i; On Saturday las't a variety of petitions, resolutions, &c.,' were offered in the House, and tjie Bill, reported by Mr. Halyi to exempt the Sheriff of Philadelphia, for depositing his books in the Prothonotary's office, passed finally. A biUl to punish bribery was reported, and several other bills of minor importance read, reported, <fcc. In the Senate, petitions were presented 'on various matters, and a variety of bills introduced and resolutions of thanks to the Army of Occupation laid over till Monday. ' On Monday, in tho Senate, after the presentation of sundry petitions, the; resolutions of thanks to General Taylor were passed unanimously. : In the House a number of petitions were presented. Mr.-Bowman offered a resolution tO; exempt the property of married women from liability for the bail debts of their husbands, which was adopted Mr. Fereon. introduced a bill...

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

:¦]¦'¦'' V.{ ConslltntKHi. viiW'4 -^ i Art. 1. This SwSetymil be known as;the Montrose and Briclgfiwateii Washingtonian So-|Art.2. Theoffioshfj^tiiis Society,shafl^be aiPreno^nti four TjcelfewudeDtsv a.;Cprresppnding Secretary, land I, Becwrding rkoretiry -|-a Treasurer and | an Executive; Cmn^niittee consisting of Ave membersj of the Society, who shall be elected st the s^iriual meeting of the Society, andincasei of a. vacancy ai any stated meeting of the society, i \ / . : ! Art. 8. It shall be th| duty^bf the President, when present, to cajl thej society to order, and tbpreside over all deliberations thereof; and in flislLof his 'absence. tMe same duties shall devolve upon the Vice Presidents. 1 1 Art. 4. It shall bo'the duty of the Treasurer to receive and djsbur|e, as may be directed by the society,;any 'funds of said society, that > may come into his'hands^ by contributions or otherwise, «hd'' to preserit his accounts to the Executive Committee fot their approva...

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