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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

THE STOLEN CIIIMl .',' jGKV::!'ll!l3TOi2. i 111- II. 0 iO.«TfcR. *) I An annoiinocincnt in a daily newspaper, a Tow wookn fimi\ • f tliu ;irrival at ll.iliimore, of a family of gonuiitu gipsies I'ruin f'urnpc—the tiiMt, as was st.itutl, of these notorious people wlio liad over \isiti?'l America— broiiglit to hit rpcillk'Ction certain ' 1 ovunts which oceumtl not inaiij yesrs back, ' in the vicinity of tlio Alleglieny M nun tain*, 1 in which a tribe of wanderers strongly re- j* Kent hi dig the gipsies of England, Tjure a ' CDnoniuuous part. < The existence of this gang of lawless des-1 peradues in the faptiicssea of the Allvghcnies, waa for a lung time stoutly denied, even | by the inhabitants in the imtnudiatc viciui-1 ty of their operations ; but a series of the I most bold and adroit robberies, executed with so much skill and secrecy as to baffle J the keenest scrutiny, at length aroused the I local magistrates to tlio necessity of some! mora vigorous and systemat...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

Ttow VaUcstau The Vatican, which crowns one of the seven bills of Rome, Is an asRemblaao or group of buildings, covering a span* ofISOO feet in length, nnd 1000 feet in breadth. It is built upon tbo spot which waa occupied by the gardens of Nero. It own It* origin to the Bishops of Home, who erected an humble residence on Its site, In the carry part of the sixth century. 1'ope Kngeniue III. rebuilt It ona magnificent scaleaboedV theyearll&O. A few years afterwards. Innocent II. gave it up, a* a lodging, to Peter II., King of Arragun. In 1805, Clement V., at tho instigation of the King of France, removed tbo I'apal See from Home to Avignon, when the Vatican remained in a condition of obscurity and neglect for more than seventy yesrs. llut aoon after the return of the pontifical court to Rome, an event which had been so earnestly prayed for by the poor l*atriarch, and which finally look place in 173(t, the Vatican waa put in a state of re|-eir, aud enlarged, and thence...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

TIIE DEMOCRAT. I flsiirnday, January IM, •«*•. ¦ I*>w II Ws* ¦*•¦¦•. Tho recent eioUmion of the Bu«|Uelmnno County Hunk ie elill a topic of anilalioti, epecillairoii ¦.ml comment, •¦ may well be presumed It wee an event of ..o ordinary character—a ealamUy of great moment—a stupendous ewmdle—and coming, neit did, like a Ihunder-clop from a clear eky, il will not enon be fnrcuttrn by the people, rVpc- ' r.all) by those who «¦'"¦ *'¦ *«•'»'.•- "or ouclil j it to be. Tno people wktwhl remember it end roflir.-t upon il They oliould sriIiUc and investigate tli« »iili|eet until they have probed il thoroughly, and laid bare alt llw eorntp! » end raocahtieaj whie'i lute ¦ urrouiirl-d "lid Biippurlcd Ilie Intuitu- i nun from ii" inception to ila fudure—until, ale*,! their •")'<¦• are fully njwncd to the enormities of all < ! ire legislnllun aud special privileges, through the: iimniiii' nlnlity »f which mK-fa'uhuv.n^ shops are aeiMS -Ji i|*. . r.ll. ii "[">...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

bib iiniwwin|£ vxcpiieiit review iw «¦ im-| TIM Pr*»ld«mt>B Mweeag*. \ ^ *—g, which we copy from the N. V. Rv*mt*g'P—t. i* ¦ubmitted to our reader* in lieu of any remarke of " Wo had neither time nor *f>aee yeaterday I* 'eay anything of President Taylor'* first annual I meesage, which, alter an imprisonment of about three weeks, ha* al laot been allowed to see the Hjihl. Onr rrepoet, however, for the office Ailed by tho individual whose eignalure it beare, will not allow ue lo pass over a doeomeiit, usual I ^ eo iuiporlaul, with out notice. | " Our Aral impression on reiuling il was, thai we were tii)>.if!;ed in the perusal of a kind of 1 Quern'! Speech beaten o. i ; a etnug uf geurrahiwr hkr tlml which tliu nuj;<ieli monarch* pro. ii"' c at the opening of n orision of Parliament, .onrrpl that it ia neleoterevly enprceard- Ho little lei.ud, Ihnt we wonder the nimmg^ elioold be aa , l"o^. A fi w n-rotiimeuil.itloti* there are. bul I ih-y are burrowed...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

CONGREal. Tlie proceed in pi of Congress up to the lime of organ •aalioii, or ra liter all thai ia import ant of them, have been already given in this paper. The vote on lha last ballot for Speaker w* alao give in line number. Upon taking his seat, Mr. t'oaa thus mldreeeeU lb* House : Otnlltmrn o/ (te /feus* o/ M-aresenfatirer.-— It would be ueelees in m* todieguU* the foci that I foal deeply embarrassed lalbia *•*!. Uadarlhe circumstance* attending my election, I Im conscious of Ihe difficulties by whieh I will be surrounded. The peculiar organisation of Iho House is exhibited in our proceedtngasnaa wa first met. The nature aud character of lli* variaue important and eictling <pte*liou* which will come up before us during tho jircarnl acMtou, all coihumm to ran-| dvr the duties of lli* chair embarraaaing, onsroua, aud responsible. I may be permitted to aak, iu advance, your aid and anpport in a faithful, aarni est, and impartial discharge of my duty. The i coualry has ...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

E.lterarg Ccishu frweu tke secend Wwuls-Isieiwe- | Whoever Ifaa. read lha Message of £»cuary Washington, must have been forcibly impressed with il» intrinsic literary beauties, ila elegance al eipreswen aud perspicuity of style. Take, for example, Ihe first three hues ef its third paragraph, which run thua: •' We are at peace with all thi world, and eeck I* mamtaia our relati*a* of umitj with la* reel af mankind." Theu-agaiu a tittle further on: " While anjoj mg the benefit of ami' eabl* inlareoura* miikfmtign nation*, w* havi ! not bean lueeuaibfo lo the dMlraclions and wan 1 which have prevailed iu efSer fuarttte af lh< I wortd." [Thi* brings le remembrance a paaaage in out i of the addresses ef •• Friend Enoch Wa|ker," who expressed himself v*ry anxious to ex It-ml Ins i theme bf " Universal Clinslian Deuevolvuce I throughout all ths world, «ad ttmehtrt among i (*» nnfion*."] t j Then si;ain, speaking ef Ihe tariff, he »»id : '• 1 , look lo lb* wisdom aud patriotis...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

I Thi' Huaejuefcasmai t'weiuir ssauak. j | We have just arisen from the persoal of ;» sUtemeat, neopared by Besnjamia T. Case, Ksq ^ of Montrose, and uablialied in the NewJTork Herald, of ths tilth ult.—] Tt purports to he " an expose of the can- res of the rceent osplosiun of tho Bank of i Susquehanna county," but is In reality nothing more than'a one-sided argument to prove that the President and Directors are J blameless and that the St. John's alone arc j culpable. Drawn up as it waa by one who j had " never had any personal interest in the , bank" it should have been as impartial in its condemnation, aa it is pactial in ita selections from facta to sustain the home of-1 leers. We find no fault with its exposure' af what the St. John's had to do with the failure, but it appears strange to us that! the suspicious conduct of tbc President and Directors, in allowing the late Cashier and' his unelc to swindle their friend¦ and neighbors nut of so many thousands of bard earne...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

Mr. «3nee*e laeraeeuila Bsseew. j Th* following article wu communicated lo th* N. Y. Herald by B.T. Cue, Eaa,, ef thi* village. Our remark* upon It arc given ehewhara: In following up tbe expoaeot the affairs of the Susquehanna Bank. 1 have deemed it my duty to ascertain and publish, for public benefit, whatever may relate to the circulation of the bank on tbe 27th of October last, and I much regret that it could not have been done at an earlier day; but if it be understood that I never waa a stockholder, or in any way interested in it, or knew aught of ha concerns er ita manage-11 ment, until since the explosion, those who are acquainted with the mode of conduct- ing country banks, and the veil of secrecy, and even of mystery, which is thrown over them, will readily excuse tbe delay. In my former communication, I have stated the circulation at over fttOO.OOO, and I now proceed to state how that amount came to be issued, who ought to be responsible for tbo redemption of tbo ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

WitEJ ganwiriHeirwurww. Last Notice. TWiM'3»W*Kry.a££g IZZgZS"™"" °1*" ""¦T.7S5JS.'* jm.1.111.. Miss Blxokmxn'* ciaS-as in nnsic. if«ei»i««rf«-r-—'*¦"£*.' "-"SZi^iSS-*^! I litfe Sesa Torsaa nr lastrartewa* en PIBoi*«rt* as k\£2miT Em, vt»a*. a ll«r-«a* •"«». «**** l^aamtaaa^atl^fmatUitottUfall'rMiotttmatkt 1liiii.ii air-itT It IT" -* "*""**** Her plea s>laanm«K*s^^ *mf»«MfJ*« fc-Mrnl><>fsUtB«llie)araa4ie-^Ksjs. tee^e4^ors *>a*tesl h**Ileoanal ;*. be sdhtwad if $"*• '* •"•M*-1 WMtw*M. Wsanstl trj taaHberal aalisnaae M<n.trv*e, Jaa-y 1, IM0. ' MAHTtLBS.IoSeoand BO***,,, tbe eo* dollar. Coali—L ¦*»» a fresh sasoly af^ater el S* see pouja. iaet i* t*l**d sod fnr sals ty ^ ^- <V VOAa. Jsn I. ISM. Notice rcsftetsrjffisirss} lueuUma Conslr. .o«rsal a rbarteror lamrBoraUaa la lb* " Srst Presbyterian Clmrrh sad Cniuareeulon of Franklin:" iicrnrdtas lo tbe AM uf Assaneblj <* the 11th JayofUcV.A D- ISM. t.U WILLIAMS, rrot.OBea, i Frot...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

rowlgn If ewi. The Steaaubip Cambria arrived at Halifax ea lWday with two week's later, news from Europe. The political inUlligenoe brought by her b of Ultie importance.--! Oomatercial affairs in England continue quiet aad steady. I Emolahd.—In political circlet there Is bat little newt. Numerous cabinet eoun-' oils have been held; and it is thought Par- ' •lament will meet about tbe middle of January, for tbe despatch of business. The question of tbe reduction of the national expenditures, baa formed a new aspect. I ^kaotber expedition is about being fitted oat to go to Bohering's Straits and further to the eastward, in search of Sir John Franklin. Oapt. Sir Edward Belcher, it is thought, will have tbe command. Imoia amd eitiWA.— The Express, in advance of the Overland Mail, arrived at Liverpool on tbc 7th inst. with advices from Bombay of the 3d Nov. and Calcutta of tho 24th Oct The whole of India, with HtWuBBSsplian. oL the small province of Goomioor, was quib) MaoeabioL •*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

I^ereawemelesseeesl tl»o a^«worl**»»»*,m WAtninoToM. Dec. 24, 184^- | It it questionable, whether the three Weeks spent in wrangling over the Speak-1 erahin. could have been better devoted to. anything alas. This opinion may appear 1 strange, to those only Boeing the occurrence of that time in the Hall through the medium of the newspapers ; as, terrible as an the wrangling has been, it teas pent up in the breasts of the members, from whence nothing could have prevented ita escape on the first current occasion. Had it found a veot'upona question, of principle rather than one about men; it would surely have [run a fnr more dangerous and licentious n-[ot. But gentlemen who have arrived at tha dignity of a seat in Congress are for the moat part too sensible to go to the I" length" over such an Usus, to which they would not hesitate to venture upon a question, like that of slavery, on which their reapective constituents ore unfortunately wound up, as it were, to the cxtremest point...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

rim-owe ^^"g"- c-w'i*.- 1 Yes, reader, since tbe first of January 1 last an »i>i«:ars from a list prepared by the '! clerks in tbe Eastern Penitentiary and I Philadelphia County Prison, Governor' 1 j Johnston who was an clamorous egalnsj the | ' 1 pardoning power prior to his election, has | granted FIFTY-ONE PARDONS for dta'' poradocs of every hue convicted by a jury 'j of the country in the enunlyof Philadelphia, 1 and sentenced to* those institutions for terms • j varying from fAirfy day* to van yba«s !—Out of that number three were convicted nf ¦ Jgy- RAPE! Three of assault and battery with intent to kill I Three of furffrry! Two of r>bbory! Six of burglary I' Eleven of larceny! Three uTassom!—' One nfBaudy House! One of «®" MURDER !—Two of bigamy ! Fuur of man-1 slaughter I—Throe of false pmtencc! Three of RIOT !—Four of assault and battery 1 Ono of misdemeanor, and one for rceiving stolen gooils. This is truly a most deplorable state ot things Here arc fi...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

. DIED. Alkie r**M*ner, ka Haw MiMwd, on Sunday Use. 30th, leM», Baoaa Havuar.aged «• yaars. Mr. Mavutavwa*bataalH**mCaassl,biO*rmaay. Dee. S4ih, 17*41 saslgrafd to A*a*ri«a la IB 19 f ssttlsd, lb* aum y*ar, en the larm en which a* died, la M«w MUM. Ho has bwa a m*maer af tbe assptlet Cswraw sbbso Aekjesi, l*M,and died to tbo Ml fanh af too Oaepsl, after a Mb ef gieat *a>afala**B. In i*esva> l>se.BS, Nn. f>uassi Oowwaa, srifs ef BsaUsf Dauraer, aged Aw vsese. Her taaaral was altoadid an Friday, m the Mitfcadlat CfcuBVI.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

ftibllo VvUm. T£X£^^T&?.^ 1 yolt ef osenr 1 swddls, . 1 eat horso wagon, t teat lathe, 1 eattet, 1 srost tat taw, leMberawssxewaaa , Afaeadaty ofear-•--"•-• isaaiaWt'a.-^-.^ lea.i,uat.

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

Blaolumitblng. Ve penele all, taf eveir trails, vho mat jo"! Ihlna* of! Iron laevdai—aj oa* eouni anl lu*' tslis a ilmp" -know yr that I have latum Ihs Blmp nnr-hsnJ the ««•»¦- mill, In Muwtntsr, oliere, tbroujch Ibis twrlvs-smABIh, I sro|Kjeu> to ad the- nieAantth—yr>e tan* I niiHirllii antotbe-rutaa. And,jMpHe Ihrtu all, I'IIine«t>>n *eiH, in Hxla« prlers ad rnlorrm In UlarfcMoltB-oarh unuie seealr tl.iah, bd smith »n e^asl JAUatft rtilHK

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

I Farm for Sale. TIIB*ali*rober nnVrs bis tnrm tot sale, lying In the ¦ ewnililp nT llmoklvn. Su«.| tin . P" ¦ alj'.et thnv ' Riurlhs <>fa lulls rrma tlw villas* <* Vnohlrn, rniitsliitnit ', on tlw »¦¦¦<> U n lixvI, •:....!.i.ki.i Jwttllnj hnuer an.1 1 sunt huue<-. ithlrtjrsnil fortjr Tunt laam.aail nem ¦»>¦•<• I 34 t.j 11, alMOt 1'AI cuul tlirtfly brariae snpla tttr* nf I .¦liol«friila,m.liiamUy .,r .liott, TMrh nnii I'lutn Inn I TIk nnHliUDas -ill bu rnxit thrus to tlra hunilrnl <J»I-|l>rnauirn.lhor«.<»ln.lurt-> he l>Md within -it »nr* In . yi-ntiy , tb* ba^snrv urhdt be eseurvtl by brntl suit nii>rt-]K¦•« the Jirnulniirhoee wtobiait lo | >archSM will '*» , ptaMMcaaltedrtlwIuhscrltHV. llTlns nn the pnniW A I cwl title will be e-t,n. irthe eaul farai is not (olil by . tho Kith ot Wwrh It will br let for mw y»sr or men. N.D. lilt U di'riml than can It hat thu Much, say ' (Mm ...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

LjsvofLetters IKlSStX^V ltulu*A1l>-ii n.ri«t.>|.1i#Tr lljmbllu •iK-al.r A Jam, OU.. A Uwtrhbl* K A*i-lnwall tboarisr JariH PrnHnpf.Bln...n II A Jutinu.i L' I. Hrn.lt Tim, T Jarkaon Anthony Hlnca.uu's Mimi'ln Kt-lla, ' D»M Dretn J. Ktaera UavhlT. Hani III' l.mjasl, Jialm Kny Albrrt Ijiihrup Aagaslns Itrown Sarab l,tthrui> Wm.Blr^ rtora A.l.twe llariau Blakeslee BU-in HM* Klrby Haaoi.il Jane MeKna, llanry Hakrr Utpn US** 2 AlWMia Miliy Tbn* Martin Hat II. Baker Camllna Hntt Uaral-haw II NHI-r J.U.t'nMvbark llr. Miles Caroline runup William WsjJ« Jaam I'Mlofi llmUMIn . l.aeaaH I'lark Lmeretts Heaernnv Kev M K-t'Deliinan Ttws. UrOrsalri. ) J<*a C. t-Urk lleary OaUrboat llanrj L'nbb A tmrkrt 2 AiwasHla Uaalal,! Sa» raeiaHrk , Nlas B IHiaiMk Trfleneraare II Imd t Wllnwai Dsrrow . KUawr llnUaeM llrniy Onw - tWwta KaeM Allen Wih-I Hary Rese ReaJ. Depae Camoel L. Mmm f,^.-*., ¦aatsreiTutrt.a rairtaa SMtMa. Ann Krai.* Vramrs Hutej.. B fl. r-aadiev Tsmnu Kb^irr....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

Shsrifl's Bales. - BT vlrtoe ef loatlry witu teeao* esrt ef Ihs OseM ef Cosaaass. Ptsae ef a*S|aabaaa» seeaMr, eaa ie aa* s»isst*sl I wUI sapees le ¦¦obits sals al to* Coort Msaas r^Kti^e- Sx^y tVaVU**-, s«J--^ tost. MAn'lhs^serss7et«tCrAs»«a la aH tbal ervSaaalrast 5«Sw3LSpSE£S eurjauanea aadaasaaw SS. eat* sVAea BasArvs. sMeaneaa BX saio ^ffiataj^««»« i_i_I_i Itosma ial T*r— wl** *"¦¦**si m •v^^zz^jztzrii^^JiSaViSL eMaaaaaaeB aaaa* aavBOtV BaearSBaai*, e>aiBtl lite aSBSBVaaeil SOU rfTio»MeeT HaYSm sstoto efUiee3l Jaeeb tWastevt* . ¦ U^ernabyl^^*>»t o >aaail Wrt-S-uMw tm IM*. bssBB Ihe eaBeVpreaalees ataeerlbe* ka a aersatai soo. Irslibei^aSwVla.yto.astd XU- Tbasts^ssy woto *» It ob Aar ^ttos. A. P. l^™»"g? ~g3 ^¦S^TwrtoaThT^^^l^ae -" «?t l»^le^eVla7raar«rte>.fbtva now a* leAaly eeawiaad by IZlS^mZml&^mmfm rtJ^Zg^ •Male^MlaeAtieeo. Taken m, •xeentteo s* Ito sah at RUasT To«aoiV..BllasAs»»on ALSO— All the iolerest of Geerw* l>*d|J* in a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

" l»r*> •>•**• aPmbllco." WATER ELEVATOR CHATNPUMP. Th*»* Paoips are worked by a wlaWleia. sM are the beal ntnar. Tliey will raleit water faataraift eaeler thai..any other Puma iv-v used; tU-y oill not tr»t oat of order nr bVCn^^byll-naMweatbetlnsayway. nr hijareth. «Wr They hnvr IH>e> enUra saUatertlnn as yet, and lOMerte^ M*0 ttfe-rl . *«» lls«*1ISI»t , SOS I to . » ™ »¦—«:: ,;s S: s: ia •• 11 OS | SO •• WM fry The PJovaSnrs. In all ea-rs, are aaeaiarsJ ftnsa th. bn«»aonriliewelltnlh-s»«ol. Tlie un-ler,krited hava been anunlnted sa*nta fev tin Mltkaa as oflhe ahors naa—J Pamns, end ere a)Uf|<arM S -—a-.-^jj-E^,,,^ * (Vnlera bAMtiiiwbI In I.. ». Peek. Ilarlhrd. Alatso • u" llnn.Ollfami.ar W.Potlet.J|inilrnse,wtll rseetve rrssap •tutrttea. tuetehecss, .US.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 3 January 1850

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