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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

A Pmriallc I.cller. , The f/illowing noble anil patriotic letter, wan written by John * W. Forney, to the Democracy oTXrw York, in reply to »n invitation to participate in the . celebration of the Kiglith 1 of Januaiy. It breathes tho tmo spirit of Democracy, »mW,iB andthcr evklenco othta devotion to » caur.e iti tho advocacy of which he has almost prown grey. Few men in thin country harb Iab6re _ d more zealously in the Dimocrntic party, than John W. Forney., " lie commenced his editorial career when he was scrcntecn years old, and from that time until the prcrtmt\ he has written unfalteringly against all tho phases which the. opposition have assumed . against Dcraoc racr. llin r.ca4 htsmndo-him manyTnomtes —but'JiTR wnrm htart and enthusiastic character, nave ifhiwn around him a host of admiring friends. Long may-bo b<vpreserved to tho_countrr itnd Hk party, as the defenderof both their intcnats «ndthdLprinciplc»: JA.TAnT 6 )SYj L n. SngpiBBD. Kio. —l#cntiomuo —Mt publi...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

* W$W&nttMmxm ' ff. ^" " " 1 — --nrvmnrvir^^.vJ- ' ' ^Q ^ria^gW?*^*?* »**CT J PSTKntTP ALL. # ' , -r-tgr*- " " ¦ j, ' * - '*— ^ *-i -t -^ i--» " '*-y] >ME£BJro.iv"re, tenxa. \.»"<o BWinTaS* Correspondent i. £e">nj»fl?.—•V 'Vfrf ill"/ Me f.rj;rn<fi of the Lei;!iltttUr» dvnni dov. Rtlncr ' sadi/iinis.-trutu,;; mi-jj lajfC ? . "-—gnormoui. It inertartd, in thtre i/Mr*. to the ttuvrna'tnis • «mw» «/ ' t&8,(Xki.0O. 7%e following tabJt will pro*r interesting: ¦ , 1834-6 . ' - S108.1i2.. o )S lSaS-fi — - 134.000.31 ' 1836-7 - 142,388.01 ' «- 1837*8 - 106,079.10 1838-» - 261;044.85 - I83SM0 - ", 195,472.28 . U Will be seen by the above that in '38 aHit '30, the year* of the Buckshnt irar, the. ex-., p***et vui >26l,O44i85. The some party viich suppor ' ttd Ritner m his extravagance "f hat only changed i/.« imme, and dclights ' ti . " Attn * called Wart-Republicans. StrMCItnira.—V|V hare no faith in the plan you provost, nor can tee to...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

*7»-tuii BjVs I^Ian-J (HI ) Anna, i« rejoicing i^er the rkfiat of a candidate lor a Judgishipin Michigan, says; "aman-who will t^tio a newKnaper four or (lvojr ears and thrmTrfnTO to f By Tut it^7iirHV4jriTio ~ rjeTer hajjt.diserves deftat." 1 n.^"TIlflTa7Hury ~ «too<l atlHirty degrees ' hclow zero at Si. Paul's, Minnesota, on the 24. li ult. [JCT-Onc of the Presl.ytcrian (Jhurche* in New Orlean.1 oflcr.i tho Rev. Dr. Bice, of St. l-ouU, >70O0 por annum, if.He will beoom* their paBtor.' (C^The Beating Adltr, Jut week entered upon, its sixtieth" year. This is a great 'age for a newspaper to attain, but not toojrreat Tor such anexr-cllent paper an the ' EtrTe May it Ions continue to teach tho dootrine of the good old Democratic, party to the neoplc of " olrl Berkh." •CT'tn case tho next Presidency should be thrown into Congress, and the States should vole as they stand atproscnt, there Haulfl HTt DeTTOcTilio^T^ikolfewT lfnow Nothing and two tic. O"A bill to establish...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

" TniLAir or Liuel. — A libel suit wailato ly triidin PliilaKlphia, and terminat ed in a nunmr which cannot bo othirtvisu thai highly SiUsra'iiory to nuws^apir puldishirn throughout tht country. -Iu this »ujt, a Mr. Donnelly wa* the plaintiff, and the Vh)l»d«lpbia icii^-n- the_4}of?n<laiit. .Tha-jur.;-a» seasedThe damages to Mr. D.'s character' from the publication of the alleged libel, at an* dollar. We allude to the case solel y with tho view of bringing prominently before tho public the principles laid dfrti a in the judge's charge to the jury. His honor said : Tht Plaintiff is ojurgod w|ti ^,1^ dri „, BlfB Hid. ,iuU, M f«m hit htrasj, whiS sbo »u I,, ^ ilf ° <u "t v> r P r ««"«"=», " d •ttbootewn Uia poorct-UM wbiob fflljlit.ris^from tnlorioition 1 bo only real question uuiUr Ibeu olrowustancM Is n* »h»th.r ibis ohMge , nn«xpl.ln.d ind in,: '" ['!¦ ???¦l"M!^ !>»' "¦«"•« it».h-™o1(iv . ; .», , e xiilaln and Lnflf. u O,,o thing whioh m,ot« u. ot Och...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

K* ' FJBOn WASHINGTON. '; • ' ' ' JandaB* 20, 1850. ¦ ; -Tholpooflltion of tho contending purtlcsin the National Capitol is no,ootUir ,*»* than ?Tien I last \VK>to to you, _ nor fs~fhj»' any likelihood that r. change will soon <Jccur. Tho'Dcinocracy in tho Ilouild have, from tho commenoemciit of the organization, preswtcd a BtornTront, although tjicy have lfost no opportunity cither to proposo or accept any honoroblo concession. Thu last of tho»o of-' forts to accomplish an organization has bten tho withdrawal of Col. Bichardson. Ho did not dusert his friends, nor did his friends desert Urn ; but he wag willing to sacriflcottmbition and the prospects of place to harmoniso tho friends of 'the Constitution. Whilo announcing his withdrawal,-lie cmpnatlcally declnrcd that h» " never desired ah election. Sti ' li, it is with plensuro and pride that without hopo I havo ' stood at tho head Of niy fricnttfl in the " face of a sweeping fire- It U said to be ttto exhibitio...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

Iowa.—A letter fruui Uubuque, Iowa, dated January lst,_ says th*t the-Gavernment lands of that ditilrict arc, now nearly all dis-J»o»ed of. .wiy* few. scattered Iracbi of mf u»e land* rvniainigg. On the l'Jlh of November two raugc&of townships wore thrown into market fromThe Dts Muino«, at the reconstruction of tbo Iowa laud district, and on tlw Unit d»y thereafter 200,000 a:rcs were ajipliod for. • Notwithstanding the severity of winter, cmigranli continue to Arrive daily »t Uubuque.. Good 8u6oES'boN. J -R«v. Warren Burton, of Boston, has re-issued a circtilir to' the press, urging them Ito recommend a movement he staiudsome two years since, in his own State, that thero be meetings of parents in every school district, during the more leisure season, to discus* questions of Family DiclpUnc, and the Relation! of the Home to the'School. The causeis, a good one t and, if carriecToat in the *pirit of it» author, will result to thit , mutual adrintage of scholir , tttcber, an...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

Wr. kotics that a bill haj been introduced into th-3 U wij of R'jprescnUtives, fur the abolition ofthLoUiX' of County Superintendent of Common Schools. . We do most sincerely hope that the attempt may .miscarry, aimed a* it is at the heart of tha system . We Bhould be pleased to sea tho offico continued, and a law enacted requiring as aprerequialte to eligibility to the offlco of School Director, a knowledge of at itUl ' the rtidimentsUif an English education. A Co.ifbssios,—The Eichmond.. Entjutrtr i>ay* that the American' Or'/an SVstTO of its party, that '• not a single Northern Stato stands upon the Philadelphia l'latfoim, and that " to insist upon an adherenco by tho party to a platform which three-fourths of the American partyhas rejected, is to insist upon dividing and destroying tho party." If this confession of tho metropolitan Organ of tho Know-Nothing* bo true, then Southern Know-Xothings have como to tho 'jumping off place." .

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

PlESlDEKT PlESCB recently sent vnto Congres.i a special message, rcUtive -to the condition qf allairi in Kansas. The Philadelphia National Argus speaks of this document a* calculated to attract attention, from the interest gcueraUy attashing-to Ivansas affairs, and the ability ami cKarncsa with whic ' .i the existing state of things in that .Ttttitory'U' presented. Tao President Ucclaru bj» jlvVrBuiDtUoa- _to .¦fcitfiijc .the ppw ' eM with wIji' cIi he is clothed ijKhc Conaritmion, In presen-ing brier. ' anil in enl ' ur-? ' ng lc-jpcct for the laws th-oughuut the irn'o;y. lie ricointncmls Congnss to pasi in nv. to protect tlu pcoiilc of the Tir ntory in the exercise of their legal rigli!s, and prc(ta.ro tho way for their tiily" tiiuii sion into the Union. IIu Cnally closes by asking aa appropriation, to cnahlc him to take suoh ra uir.s u will socurj an ob sirvancc of tho laws andjmanp'.ly r^prisj a.iy further dis'.urliancc.

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

' Death op Mb. Baku.— The father of Hon. John. Banks, of Reading, unrt William B.inks, Es/j, of, Indiana, died recently in Milllin county, atr tho advanced ago of 89 years. Tho Juniata ' Register states that he voted for every Presidcntfrotn Washington to Pierce, flo regarded tljeJA»taocrafic party as the " the great conservative 'party of the Union," and mado i^ a ma tter of consciciua to attend all elections, and vote for its candidates. His first vote was given in 1788, at wMdh thna ire wa» AytitU to t*ke Jh ' a oath of alle^ance, t aerttfleate of which oath he carried in his pootet book till the daty of hii dMtli. Mr. Bmki was elected a commissioner of Milllin conanty in 1800. The Contractors w the Engmsu Aemi havo a profitably business. Somo of them clear $300,000 a y«ir. One man who fur-Dished fodder for boue* made tho sqni of 8231000 the first year of hi* contract. . that he was (.uilty of icicehool -Dimocrals ale V. iinefi i lint he prom.s* d to abide bv tht dc-csion o...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

EfnoPEAX Emioratio.v.—The emigration at sovcral important ports in th' o United States during the last year is shown by the following statement" New ^ ' ork - . ^ 130,233 Boston 18,313-1'hiladflphia . 7,602 - 102,148 Arrived at Quebec - - - s- - • 21,27-1 Tottl ~ - - - - „• - - - - Io3,422 This show* " a remarkable drninution in the amount of emigration compared with tho two or three previous years. The aggregato number who arrived al the four ports nadicd is lew by nearly 36,000 "than in itiB^year 1854 at the port of New York ; and, in connectioirTfitb thprCiet; it must be roniidcred that tha number of emigrants returning during the last year irw Very, largo, and ia.likety. to be continued.

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

emmot return, arid who know wnire ngnung that thep) is] no hopo of victory. Sit, wo Iiave preaentoA the eviilohco to our politicB friends ' that there is no hopo for success, and we have marohed one hundred »nd, twentytwo time ' s up to tho fire of a fooTtwo to our on«", and while we.have notvjon the field, tlicy havo notTrfenvictorioM. Tho Waflhington Union speaks in tho hlgh> cst •terms of tho Hon. James t. On, of South Carolina, who was nominated in place of Col. Hichnrdsori. He is admitted to bo highly qualified rorthe rgtalifln.. rf« ia dis"llnguiahed for • tho courtesy and amenity of his manners. He possesses that cool selfpossession and dignified firmness which aro essential in an efflcient presiding officer. As a statesman, Mr. Orr belongs to the school of national men to whom the rights and in-

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

KNoW'JfotfiiiNo OBiWAjtr Miss McDowell, tho beautiful editor of tho Woman's Advocate, in a very fe«( words, write* the oUtuary of the fcreat.defirnct^Whig party. Wo rcpubliuh it as a SDDcimen mf her womanly kindness. She Sayi ;—"We alway* liked the Whig* and aro «orry for their downfall. —They woro »uch good clothes, looked so .gentlemanly, and bow so good.-natur*lly their «vexy dtfoat, that really we hope they may ham tho luok atUndtngvJonih undor finilar ' circumitanca*." - FlBM ODSINO IltK LAST TEA«.—Tho total" number pf Ores whidh occurred in the United States, during, the year 1856, was 193 ; the amou ' nt of property destroyed hag been cstimaWd afWa .Ma^OO. , «b« pumberof lives lo*t by flro during th« yrar was 171. - tcrests of"every suction as guaranteed, by tho constitution are alike dear. He deserved richly the ' compliment bestowed upon him, and tho public interests would be signally promoted if ho should bo elected. The Central, America question still drags Its long...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

L 8-bx_L4F» —An i fort ailLbc made durriig the present scai'on of our Sta'o Legialaturj, ro n-pcal, or very csi ' oalla ' .I/ moJify the Ia,v; ivla'.ing ;to usury. Fur stviral «uu sim'Ur a'.tilnpls havo l-.cn male, which have heretofore been unau^jcaRful. To the nmfcy dcaU-ri in lirge cities, thfte laws arc «a!d to be onerou.i, and fruin thtm. mainly, sprinja the agitation of the subject, TTie pcoplu of mo country, who arc opprv^d to-taking i!suj-rou3 interest, arc enti.vl / sa'.. iifled wrh the laws ftft&rjr noiv s'anJ. ThiirrtprcscB'a'wivig hi'She Up,i.slature will s:ar:J#.JiaJb-inil playing into thu luvvb of ito;'.; jobbers anl money brokers, by vo'.ing for« Un- w'ni;h irill opprcs3 ttiQ poor mv.i, aiubll nili U;q offers of liis wcaJthy n ' -ighlio/. '

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

Exumutxci asp roiAKCiwxG In ah investigation recently held b y a committee of tho Ixmisviile and Nanhville Railroad Company;, It Wis ascertained"ttat 6n/D of the assistant cngitu'tri, in certain iustajices, made hi* pay-roll atone sum, and paidsomo of hi) Rubordnialos a Hmaller and diuercnt num. To what extent tin* has been practised!* not known, the wme'cnKmscraUo proved to be a partner of thccontiaclors , ami their work, a« lmasurcil under his direction, exceeds the amount, as computed by the present engineer, ncav $79,000 in a wholt sum of less than $bOCf,OOO.

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

It a A¥CTLir, u> look over our CTchan^ inid see the contradictory positions which the opponents of the- administration atu^n, to it in regard to the long-delayed " c^ntert i tor Speaker. The New. York Evening Port tues*U ft* ingenuity to prove that the adaataMtntwa doe* not desird nr organization of the H»u», but would prefer to ace the present «tate of things contimic " until a/lcr t£e PMeiderilM eluction. On- the other hand, Horace GreclyTiu his paper, contrajiipts the positipn of the Pott in the most emphatic' terms.

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

WesxfOnderobligsUonsto A: Ocary, £iq * .. 4. Q.Laurimore, Wnu Alliton, Jr., George OlW,JtoJr. B W aW«r Saol. Iraric; Jno. Mkm, <*|.. JesseX. <te«t, W. L. Musser, Tbom»a£u)ky r a Schnssltwr, John B«jlc »od«tiersfttl»n«UsUof*nb»cril)«r»: and, iadiad, to the ontire Democracy of Centre county for tbo cheering evidence that they bate g}ven tu, aod that we bavo met their *tyeatvimm . toawiat them in redeeming Oent>»iJ» »no»ylv»nU from the thraldom of It^^ajUa*; mimic and Black-Republibi 'tWtiiptloh, . - A I ' Taw 7>asnv t+mmMvntW. . " I "Whom llicGiut* «•>.. * la rtistrt>y,they first ^ ' tnnlf mad." f* Xhe-mountain.haa b ' eon moved, Bnillor» 1 monsc. Thn sapient coritrolrors bf tho sheet which olalius to be the orphan of the Commissioners, ' labor throuKh two columns of vccbU age and falsehood, low slang itixl childish abusv, to attract public attention from tho real. issncrKhd 1 , if possible, espapo from the disgrace whinh their conduct...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

* MoxiGdMEST CCDMTT^-ahe DemocnUjc Conventloi, of Monts^Atjjr MW ^y. ainTi tho 2bt inst., an4 ^mtt^JM^^ u> tho 4th of March Coawntis>»,- K«*o^itio» were pasaod iontructing the Delegates is fa-4tor of Uon. fcmw Buchan»n, (b, tho Pmai. denoy., and Won. Jacob Fry,! Jr., tor Auditor .QJuMraUr.'Alw appro,vintj^»f.Jth« oonmnJT itm John Cadwalader , ;in Ooijgrsw,,a»i(l mWrnifat iv.0. wmi^ mAfMn.

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

O-At ClH3ap>on thelOiJi iosU, thaUwrtnometer stood jit 34 degree*- below ten; fit Clevilaud 17 degree*, and' at Springfield, Ohio, 24 degrees; At Detroit on.the same day, it ranged " from 1° to 23 degrees below zero. At Pittjburg i^ was considered that tho9th inst. wig the coldest d*y ever oxporitttiecd in thai city. Everything froie, ev«s (is, one tetf of the pipe* in that city imparting no. ly*t^wh«t*jv«r after pight, whilst the oth*n disp*w*4«rjr«lcklTr»yg VUO9T HtRRMBl'BO, ' • _ " ¦ January, 28, 1850. OiiradTices . which tho mails transmits, lactthip^rranso. "Jl'hffWU ft" 1 'I' 0 repeti of tlie ¦' Jug Law" has passed » " second rcad : lug in the ' House—buti tlii* pasjagiT ' only commooces the discussion oTita diftereht clauses. Thero is no doubt that tho "Jug l,nw" will be repealed—but there-is some doulifas to HieTprovisidns of tho law whish is offered asia,Aubstitutt. LegisUti«i.J)n this subject, is becoming stole—arid the inovemenUi of the people show that tlicy...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

-Shoownq ittoer—The BarnwaU (South ' Carolina) Stmintl of 8ftturday says: ' •fAn affray occurred a fe* mjle**om . hi, place , on Monday evening ln'Cbetwcon Samuel Jefcoat and Thomas Gray, Tho format was severel y stabbed, and the latter , it ia said, horribly mangled. Wo havo not been able totcarn ; the particulars connected witi toecaS*{-»iiflfo* ' itt<rsay t|*r« wai ' a. ' rosrl and Hquor was tho InstiitBor!'' ¦' ' : ¦ ™"

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

fatal fftttllipte ' ' DeMMMlc Caiimr CnnnilMi The Democracy nr.Conlrecb . dnly ' , ncc&nltntf ^" * long establlibea ' custom,'aMomblod'tn'Co|iii;}' Con-Ytntfon, to ib« ooMtaon eohool house, on Tuesday artnlne;, » lh Initr " ' . ' J>r\ jUnJaWfc J. Borr/.oallcd Ilio ("onrcnllonJo OrdtT) Mti tfW sitting Itoobjoota, nominated MnJ. William J. XaiUb, of Bellofemtfl ^ ««( " Fl«li : er of n»rrls lowrnblp, wore npi»lnt*l«r!e«r»lnrW. After the organisation of the Convention, th« following delegates pttsoiitod tliolr credential* to th» Secretaries, and were duly dcolared members. . JM/s/bw/«—Wm. J. Kcolnh. Daniol Perr. JJomri—P.W. Barnhert, Miles (freon. " HtAMV^llttjh Laurlmorc. 'Ftrriam*—Frederick Krumrine, Kenry Kreps. ¦U rZrg^-l, n. Fisher, Jttu. llUhol.llunry Duck jTOwSrrf—J. P. PaoVer. . ¦ ¦ llnrtii—Dr. Benl. J Borrv. Franklin FtsKer. J/rtiW-J. O. Kuril, .laoob Wolf. Marian— II. MoCormlck, Julin (Jarborlch. ¦Milu— Henry Corman, BamI Frank, Hon. Saml. Wronoolrer. Milu...

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