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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

THE DEMOCRAT. J H^^^^^^^Br c '^^^^^^^mmmWmmmmW^^^ p rf WTm—st, fa t ; ThmreW, Amrtl *t. ltvf. ^ innanncrauc Mnatsjsg. The Damoerattc C.tfs*** of flensnahsnn* Co. ^ wmi»e*.eimeCe*rtH*ummMouiromonMoi.. ( day evening, of Coart weak (April low) aatth* ^ parse** of ¦ppeinuag Delegate* to repnsent this f County in the Hut* Convention, which ia lo moot , atPhiaV*rg*«tl»4lh*fJsJyi«st,toiHitmi»Sfn-: iiuUiooaDa«BocmuecBirfslaltro»CaaalCMnm»- *m*mw, and bar the traasacUon of such other boai. jtea* a* shall b* daamad aacMsary. Per order of th* County Standing Cenuuitte*. I J H. DIMOCK Ckmtrmam. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

LOST I LOST!! O. 8andey lMt,belw.*n Hie Baatiat Cfcnrch MsdEaittireraatB, a aaweTCMd Spectacle*. Th* flidtr will confer a great favor by having them at thaiomee ^ "ARanw.TMa 'sVl!«.^-Wi«w!-Om Dim** rrkmo., il Baems from th* prmiidiags af a meeting given ia another calamn.nav* bwnehed nhrnu-«w tapic, *r at k*-. mad* the mat puUie dernoeauatMU on a subject which haa been agitated lo wan. sileat in diftcnml sacnons of th* eaunly far •mm tune past. Bo far aa th«tquratsm el removal W the county ssalm r*we*rn*d, we panenally fael very IHtl* inters** la K, and shall say nothing prear coo. Still, wa cannot bat remark open their ptacHWUM to build the county fcauldinfn (on the renditions specified) that while, il ia very liberal, it is not marvellous or new \ there being, we doubt not, scarcely a neighborhood, *e even an owner ol res) estate in the county that would not be equally magaenimoiia, and mahe money at that. We taow hundreds of such ones. We have no doubt «ur Dimock friend* an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

-FillI Dcftal el the Ketlh Branrh BUI. As wo anikinated, the bill for the completion ol the North Branch Canal has been lost beyond all redemption. Ua Thursday last the following pro. ceedinga look place: On motion of Mr. Little, tho bill lo complete ih< North Branch Canal waa taken upon th.nl reading; After a discussion between Messrs. Fuller, Roberts, and tVnlon, Mr. Walters moved that th. Cmmittee of the hottor the ' ¦ House go into W * pur-, -pose of considering a substitute, pnmding that the j 4Jovenior shall negotiate a loan at *» P*'™™*; r*'! -annum, to be applied lo the cernplelKm of the North! Branch Canal. I Mr. Scrwonover movedio amend the motion, ao thai the HaeM f* into CemrmttM far the pwrpaae ] at* esnsiasrtng an arneodmenl providing for the no-1 Mtialion of a loon of g 1,600,000, to camplela the i Nor th Branch, aad avoid the Inclined Plane; that; tho Canal CornmiawaMia shall be oaladWd that .the i iatnm shall not cost mere than • 1,300.000, and Iks ta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

WUnuaaas •nTim* Fre* Be Ilea a. The JrotssneJ /atoliiyenesr, Pimidiat TayWs etnaial argaa, patnakii aa aathaahrd aruel* a fcw *T**e^mwhkihtfwri^»^l«*»wki*Uodo with perfcot iismslalssasi, after m*fall*wssg style, « Should the Pre* Soil party, or any peruea *f h, hMvUtor ho detoetad in any net evhwrmgaewaaWrau parpM* to prevent the laraaaUsai of aay dvll swvenuMnl ha OoJrfsrain or Now Meaftae, ao s* te keaa up the agttattaa bstweaa tbe Nerth aad me s^adThraistlsnsl sarty ssjae*s.tho Pwaldant may find H to bo Us sstema doty to frawn aasagssMMly on that, aa ant aaorory tbe tWat *>»w»inf 4«t tho ¦• ptrhet day" of an ettosapt to aHsnato 4aB*a a<iam*<tWUaemrramaj>atb*r. n df Chn*rl^huuPeaaaThaniaai*«a aniuiHTMsia reryaxflamatkiandaasBBBnt he* It lewairse as *sterpratortoaalveH. Ilbsaykag.laaaaaaay warns, to the Wdaana, Bawarda, Btavssaai, Caspars, and other* '0*wtatsaoa,yemaaap *«tlaakumhugl n sisBsayiaaaitnarilwwds sMsiswsasryrfTeowtvi t* • itfattd in we ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

Assast* tmn Hndntueon. Pram th* fonlga news raeatvod par stssasor aaada, wo aauaet the fbdowtng i_ "Tbnl tho rVasarrfvaate aaridoad* bar* bean { aid ono-balf in roliof nstse, has boom a •"»">•"• , nmitigatod diaguat to tbo aaadwa, who eansiaar Mt rinaevtaaaia oonM bnwapaM. If shj waaM \ mi lasy -Jmtetth* lasa^swmjdaMof M^lar^. rbkh, with lea* msauross, daoi oM a»an itself of ach a potty Mbtorfhg* to pta-J" farouxa crodnora. '.naoyWai. 78.77 V^Wd BSaBS." Tha foreign hetdara of Pannay'**-- ¦ **¦ ibroad cannot feel maw neanhigatod diagnot at bang compelled to roosiv* bar bastardy Relief «*«*, rreu^re a vast aaojorwy of hor ehisaaa at home, rhey are no mors a rapraaeh than a nuisance, ¦hfeh crioa loudly far ahatoHMat, aad thai, loo, th* neat speedy- IJneonauluuonal to begin with, and nongnl in their origin, lh*y linger on a* a sort of nonwnent to Ihe fbUy and viBiinaama of Bill Joha-•ton, (their progenitot) to yet loafer rob our people by depreciation, and diogreca ear Stol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

stnaUarar enar Tkasmslnr. 1 The Legislature of Massachusetts, and the »enat* of New York, (bath strongly Whig) hav* just adopK-d, each by a very decided rote, the identical mrfitulual liability principle, ao long advocated by .'the |*mocrsta of thia State, ao Ihe ortlled policy ' of those Stole* in. relation to Banks. Thia ia i ¦' stealing our thunder" moat effectually. By the i way, what a rebuke to thooe Whigs in Pennsylva-_! ma, whose representatives to a man are opposing [ I such a principle, and nlao to thoa* treacheroui ' ' Democrats who acted recently in concert with • \ them! They are emphatically " hangingjapoa th« wheel* of progre**, to bo eiaahil by their revatalioua." It m graufyiag, eieeeanngly so, to thus learn that Democratic amlraMntf ia onward, infusing itoelf into Ihe iaatiiuiiena of ether State*, ¦vea though tho jsarfy ia bona down by onporior nnmbrra. How long wm Wblggary aad meuaw ia Pennsylvania stand in th* way of lb* nsfgeraaat, public ¦enlimenl, by *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

Hcwrapasmar f^trnmasfrn. The Editor of tha llunow urgaa must a* a wit, and no mutate. Hear him talk: Thia imng called newspaper patronage ia a enrainbow and ia as ch* age able a* a ehamelioa. One man subscribes far a newspaper and pays for il in advance; be foes heana and reads il ihe year round with tho proud satisfaction that it ia hia own. He hands in aa advenimrnent and pays be it. Thia ia newspaper pntraaag*. Another man says, pleas* por t my name on your Hat of suhacriber*; aad goes off without a* much a* having said pay once. Ho asks yon to advertise, bat says nothing abont pay far it Time passes, your patience ia exhausted and you dan bim. He Hies in a passion, perhaps pays, perhaps not. Another man haa been a subscriber a long lime. II* becomes tired of you, aad wants a change. Thinks he wants a city paper. T*Us th* Postmaster to diaconunne, and one of hi* papers is returned to you marked " refhseA" Paying «p for il io among tha last of hi* IhoughU} hsstdu*. ho want...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

€j*>ramncttgmt Partlnm, TtmHfmd, Ct., April U, 8 P. Jf^-T. H. Baynear, th* D*ns*crnUc candidal* far Governor, 1 aainsdiain Hartford. H* alas gains in almost' •vary town in this county, farmingum oenda 9 < Dosaoerauc representalive* \ being a gain. 81ms-'(1 bury, 1 gain. South Windsor. 1 gam. Manchea- ¦' tor, 1 gain. WumersncM, » loos. The Whigs/ look quite down- Tho prospects ar* thai the D*m- j eeratwCaadMfato tn th* First DMrfel, ia else ted. ] and probably th* Stole ha* gone democratic, la , Bridgeport lb* Whigs am reported to have a ma- ( jonty at 104. In Fairtleid 896 ( and that the j Whig Candidate for Senator in that district, is certainly *rsct*d.—JV. V. »«n •/ Tuesday. LATER. ajaaamm rmr OM Cnaumaett«*st I i The Democrat* have made a clean and gkwioua •weep in Connecticut. Tbo Tribune of yesterday concede* (with a huge groan) the election of Democrat* in the 1*1,3d, ot 3d Congressional District*—(L. P- Waldo, Walter Booth.andC.F. Cleveland.) —all gains...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

¦ TKM ¦ . CTTho health at Jndg* Loegr treth, wc are' glad to hear, is Improving. CT Hon. IL 1. Walker i* in Philadelphia, Hopping with Hon. Geo. M. Dallas. | CT Th* reported death ef Hon. B. A. Bidlaek | m contradicted by hia frieada. . ' ll is feared that lb* Lsgnsalura will not get I through with the public bu*ine***oa*U sdjouinont tho 10th inst. ! ItT The dead body of a man named Twining, j who had formerly been residing m Middletowu, Ihia. i county, and who ao mysteriously disappeared about I the 98th of December last, waa found by Mr. Jona-I ihan West, tu Foreat Lake, on Bunday last, under j the fence by ilia side of the road. Il appears that , Twining had been working bv same one in thia Village, chopping cord wood, and that on the morning before cited he started far home, taking with him a two quart jug which he got filled with Whiskey at GrirBs'Tavern, about 4 miles West from here, after which he waa not soon again until found by Mr. WrH. The probability ia that he fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

Removal Heeling. «r- At a large and animated ntaaluag of the eitiseas of the Township ef Dimock, and county of Susnuohenna, convened at the House of John Baker on Monday 9d of April. 1849 for the purpose of taking Into conwderalfon Ihe eflbrta that aro now making to tax the county lor the improvement of the Public Building*, Isaiah Main w a* duly sleeted Preside at, George Gates, Lewie Brush, Lewi* H. WaadrnsT, and Andrew Young Vie* Prewdanl*, aad R. T' Stephen* and D. B. Smith Secretaries. The object of the meeting having been stated by th* President, the following praaanbJ* aad mainlion* wesdTOawiiiualy adsptod: Whereas, uWtfs eayers ef Ssasjoahaana County have lately cawtnbntad a Biusiatrahto amount to Ihe improvement aad repair* *f the Pubhc Build, togs—and whereas, we en about to bo called upon again in th* same way far a mm, we knew nat how much, to b* espeaded ia fur ther repairs, at the erection of new Raiding*, aad fully behaving mat the hanefits and advantages arisin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

Aaemmnr WM* khwa Asmat. j iCimesiaSSaus sCtn* rsanerlvaaton i j Haaaisaoao, Mabch27, 1849. >{ The pubhc may expect ere long to hear! ¦tartling news from Harrisbarg. It is pro-; posed to mm a law appointing two sdUional members of the Canal Board, one Whig and one Democrat, so that hereafter the number of Canal Commissioners shall be increased to tve, in lieu of three aa at present. Tbe contrivers of thia scheme, the place where tbey Brat met to concoct it—many milea from Harrisburg-and the means by which tbey hope to secure its consnmation.are known,—even to tho last meeting held in a member's room In a certain popular Hotel in this borough. The cause of the extreme anxiety of particular individ-. Joels to re-organise the Canal Board, may originate in their desire to havo a "friend at court," when tbe contracts on the North Branch obeli be distributed, if the sbin-! plaster and two per cent bank loan bill j should become a law. It may be, too, that I the probable avoida...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

! Tmn mXmtvmmmm Lawe. — I Haxaiaacao, March 20.1849. ! The afternoon was consumed in tbe House by the consideration and second reading of the Senate bill to create a sinking fund, and provide for tbe gradual and [certain extinguishment of tbe debt of this Commonwealth. It unites the provisions of most of the revenue bills on the files. ' It imposes tbe collateral inheritance tax nn all loans and stocks in this Common wealth, assigned or transferred by any for- \ 1 eign executor or administrator, and standing in, the name of, or held in trust for, a 1 dccorKnt. It increases the licenses of stock : and bin brokers, Ifty per cent. An amend-; ment offered by Mr. Oprt was agreed to, i which increaaee the license* now paid by exchange brokers, one hundred per cent. j The Bill also Imposes a>tax of «30 per annum, on every billiard Cable and ten pin ] alley, taxes restaurants, oyster cellars, and beer booses, and venders of nostrums and patent medicines. It provides that mon-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

1 Tnvn LetMntnro. | The legislature bas now been in session' over two months and a half, and if one general law of importance to tho public has been paased during this timo it has not come to our knowledge. Tbe whole time has been taken up in the consideration of focal and special w))*, principally acts of incorporations, and in repealing and modi- [ ,fjing acts of the but session. Tho annual. .appropriation bill, revenue billa and alii others of general interest, have been postponed, to give place to those in whwh a lew individuals and corporators ere alone interested. It is to edjnurn on the 10th proximo, consequently nnt more than twelve working days of the, session remain, during which time all tbe important bills of the session have to be hurried through both . houses. If passed at all I It can hardly be expected that legisla-„ tion forced through in the olosing scenes , of the eraaion, often by itl-arranged and ill-' digested compromises!, got up on tbe last , night of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

\ IsmpmrfsU. af ua« I t. | ,^ I A UlegrmphU despatch to the AWwKor* JHrraUnf Friday, eoataioe the following Impertaal wfbtmetion t - There waa asoet tmnertant enbJaet oonneU held last night t the qneatlon of proscription waa rorsaarly eormiderad, and after a moat ^teresting debate, the quastlon waa put, and the dawteloa waa agalnat preaerip* lion, by the foOewlag *ete i l fbrpfeat.aaftsa:-Mr. Xwlagaam Mr. OeBamer. Awointt U .-^The rtiriiiat, Mr. MorntflthTMr. Orawfcrd, Mr. Pisntsn, aad Mr. Johaeen. Mr. CUytea waa naniMskly abisal, bat his viewe warn laaiHn il frith thane nf ' tbe*Mt«Hy-MT^eredhh mane . snstfteona, trm. amaly, aad ditarmlaad stand mmamm tba vtswsofthe mrasrky, aad the Priridswl , hlaaeelf teeeared be WonM stand by Us ' 'WbetberMr. Cwiag ar Mr. OolUamr I wmreesaumtWOahwMthitobe seen—' ItUtbonjhl they will eMreelga. Mr.IsnmeralaeatMr sHa, aad le a a wens aeVlnw *W | lalln, hnt the ejnswaswa m saw saMsmav | , , r , I ¦ r - s t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

TseTtw. * I The Hon. John Went worth, representing' the Chicago (III) district, in Congress, writes from Washington, to his friends at home, in the following facetious strain : , Are y-u all craty about California 7 Is my oHstircMo be depopulated 1 Frcnn every post- office letters are pouring in for documents, maps and news from California. I give it up. I cannot supply one in a hundred. Wo have had no new documents ordered, and the old ones are g.me. I will give you my latest news (and I believe worse is to come) and that the peuplu were robbing and murdering each other by wbuluisale, and that nnt half wlm lc't here ever lived to see California, that flour was 11 HO 'a barrel, washing $0 a dosen, men's shoes $10 a pair, and other things in pn>|>nrlii>:i. I As (have said, before, let our farmers build good plank roads to Chicago and let us have the California gold made up into dollar pieces, and we shall be happv enough at home. Thousands will he ruined by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

- Tbe Nnssey BTunrfcct. I i It is 'supposed, awys the Maine Farmer, '¦ that three fourth* of the population of the country are employed in agrieulturr; tbe other qttarler being divided among all other empl«\mentsand profession*. Berhlcs ths mechanic; tbe manufacturer; the merchant and the professions! man, are all mainly dependant upon tho farmers for patronage and support. When the farmers as a class are prosperous, all the others participate in their prosperity From this It follows that whatever benefit" the agriculture! class, directly benefits three fomths of the peopTe, anp is.directly benefit * the ether fourth. Surely, then, the termers have a right to Ueiuei.d uf giiVernnient the means to bus* tain their agricultural societies and to collect and disseminate important information relative t« their calling. Let the light of rifiencu and education be brought to the aid of agriculture Let cur resources be deveh.j.ed, and the tkill and indnxtry of the hn sbaii dm sin be dir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

FROM CAUFORHIA I By way of Vera Crua and aeroaa Mexeo, tbe New Orleans Picdyun* of the S4th has San Francisco dates to tbe 25th nf January, inclusive: ^ A new paper baa been started at 8acT Francisco ceiled the " Aha California^ . edited by Edwd. GUbert, Edwd. C. Kemble, and Geo. C. Hubbard. It L* ereditaible to the American prase, the tone of ita 1 articles being much above what we might bare looked for, laboring under the disadvantage* the editors do. From its numbers of tbe 4th, 11th, 18tb and 25th of Janaary, we extract. On tbe 11th it uontsiaedt ¦ tire following: I Tax minis.—By recent arrivals from tha I mines we learn verbally that at the Stanlsi laua there ia from twelve tor eighteen inches 1 of snow; on tbe Mochelemy and Dry Creek, six to ten; and at the Dry Diggina four to six. It is highly probable that wbOe wa have had much rain here in the lent week, ' i there has been consider able snow In tha mines. At the last accounts, however, tba ' I miners were still diggin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

j mmUmW aVamm CI. afWSmatanati I I Br Tel**-*** >-> the X. T. San. I St. Louis. March ISO. I*-**" ! We have newa from Santo Fe to the 25th of February. Col. Fremont has arrived there on his way t>- California, taking Cook's 'route. He lost eleven men in tbe moan-} tain*. We have tbe names of only three, via: Wise, of St. Louis, and King and Preuaa, {of Washington. I Fremont did not reach the top of the | I mountains on which Col. Benton's last ae-| 1 (counts bad left him. He waa compelled to ! retire to the valley, where tbe snow fell to 1 i the depth of thirty to forty feet, covering I I up all hia outfit and killing bis mulca. ; lie left tbe valley, and took through thai [hilts. Here be scut oat a party to obtain' relief and return at stated periods, bpt tbey | not returning, Fremont started after and i overlook them in six days. He got to Taos, and finally the survivors were relieved. Fremont waa furnished with an outfit to 1 proceed tn his destination ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

ThbGbbat Sikh BsTVLtw-It ia said the great battle with the Sikhs, on the river} Ihelum, took place ne-ir, or as some ssy, on, the identical battle ground, which, 2,000' yearn ago, formed the battle-field of Alex-: ander ami Porus,-DAVIHS PAIN KILLER-—There is no clop-j mp about tbasnanw. The artlela is jast what lb* t name purport* it to be a ***% kilter. In whatever ] part of the oyMem the pain is located, ihio remedy, i either by «ateraal or internal mpfiiemlimm can be | made to reach it, when its removal can ha conS-. dently relied upon. Such is tho teatimony of thouaands who have used it lor Bums, Bruises, Hpmins, rots. Rheumatism, Headache, Toothncb*, Sore I Throat and Breast. Paina in the erie and stomach, <'hohc,*Vc. Ae. Be careful and procure Ihe genuine article and wr have no fears but you will be- \ came convinced of the truth of this assertion. SKXTUV*akAD*f<mllfteSaWqMa*oaaCeaatr <

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 5 April 1849

SREsrcJTS: AlibehoOKofaea. Warner, la MoatroBr, en lb* SSth 1 all by th. Rev Jnba l«b*. Mr j>sib* Svbvbh* of Mhe, BradSml. i>.nnlMira»iiasE <Ue**t« of Cspt. Joha Birsjr, oia«»h, i<a*i|urbsn]i* (' . It> lltnMi, ooio* lSih alt. >>r Snataat IMnaetkBm Sir «»•> W Puiiss.to Mku EiitllalH HuW.U both

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