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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

I ^rke itortM ¦rBsitni Agalai. ] When the general appsopriatien tall was under j consideration m tbe House, on Thursday, Mr. Ball j moved to amend it by appropriating all the uaap-' ptoprisled balance in Ihe Treasury, after the payment of tha Augesl and February latere**, for tho 'completion of the North Branch Canal, the Gottruer 10 be allowed the of , privilege appointing en j engineer and superintendent of the work. This amendment was very properly amended, on motion of Mr. Ltttlt, so ss to retain the appointing power coveted by the Whig Governor, 111 the bands of the Caual CommisMoaera But with this vorscious , wblggery waa illy satisfied ; and on the following 1 morning the Whig Ball again arose and moved lo alill further amend hie amendment an as lo appropriate only the balance remaining m the Treasury ¦ after the payment* of the mien-si for tht prtirnt ' gtt.i, and ao si :o make Ibe selection of engineer and superintendent sul.jccl to the appiiral of the Governor Th-s...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

¦ %vv% Judlrlnl Ulatilrt Bill. The Democrat ic I'tuou ul (".iturdnj pa; a; ¦¦ Wi il.uik th- penp'e <4 .-iir .<l,il" wi'lhe uninewh-it amai-d when llv; eunie loh.ur ol the ¦ mire . !,..IV the Judo Ml (liaini-la of ilinl'nmmoi.. u. iilih anU the apfHi.nlinenl .-I th.rt aJdtl-nna! Lor l«,le", uildniK some ¦>¦« or . »hl th..uadii<l dollara In the ju.l..-,.il rM...rii. * ot Hi- Coinmouwi'illh. \\f hu\e never hvinlof a peiii.-n saknifr tltia gm-.-ml clmni;-- 1 ^•¦l^ much Joubl vvli'ther it will meet ivuh th>ii|.prov.ilnl ihr p-.-plc li waa aprim^ upon the Iloitae a»me three or four d i)» a\tp, urijed by ihe \\lnc" with Kreai ard.-r and voted for bv a few h.-mocrnls. It was UI.rierv4o.ai lo be un admin 1 at ml 1011 mcanire. Tina secured for it nenrlv the entire Whig voleand wiih the aid of a few , llemeerala il was enrm-d through the House.— -j When it went into the Senate it was taken up 111 ( ••priiwiiioii 10 the urge 111 remonstrance of a I moa...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

TtM tJavrrlalsaira; Karataww. I A\ s omitted last week (quite unintentionally) 10 mention the accession to the editorial corps of the Harnabntg Knjgfnt of the Hon. Jessie Millcb, I Isle Secretary of Htsie under Gov. Bhunk. The 1 Keystone h-is been an able, fearless and radical Democratic paper, sines its commencement, and undtne arrangement have doubt it ; er new we no , will be even more >o in future We are pleaaed lo record thib De-iuisitiuu to its strength, and predict far it a career of great usefuluess and prosperity. ,The tsdieal, progr.ssive DemocrBle of tlie Stale , (which mesne almost ihe enlire mass of the parly' will find Ihe Krytont light, everv time ! The following from Mr. Miller's salutatory will [ evidence both hia sentiments, and his atrength and 1 vigor aa a writer, and we trual it will nol be wholly profit let* 10 nil our readers, " There ia n elnn of polmeianB, who profess to be!-H!f> to the democratic partv, but. who, wlien their fallh ia l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Effort to extend Ibe Seeeloti. ' On Saturday lu't. the Whigs in tlie State Senate rcecinciod tl e rcsuluiiun U ad* j.iurn on t'.e lOtli of April—Li-nnrrow.— A gc.itii-man wh.j was |.r«*ent when the dec! "u* d,'tie, say-it wns fjrcctl through umlcr ll.o party w!iij>. It la ca«y tn see the object nt-this manoeuvre Tl.e nVsi.eratc men who sj.esk tor thepicsent Kicciilive, ("pel and sec tbat this is Ihe last Icm*- latitic fi-r rtiiiny yean that will see FioVT- . aliem in powt-r, and Wn'-e tlteir anxiety tn, cmwj into tlio present sco^i.m till lln-ii worst prnj«-ct« Tin" whole course of thi- gs u! Harri'-1 urg si' vc the meeti'ii- .ijUie rcprc-^ntativc- 11! the |n-nplc in Jiuition, prrv. c this fjt-t Hence the anxiety ot tin- Fetlc- j isl Ica.ltr* tn c t moie time for theconsum-1 matii.ti ( f t!,cir sclien.es \\V have hcnrd »>»'. to-rlav, an attempt will be mnde li. ru-.h this resolution tlnougl. the H-iusc, ami if this succeeds, then the I.Ill virtually repenting t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

l-hrei' M«w Jttdlclal Dtalrlcta. There is a proposition, or bill, before tho h-Nlaluro In create tlnee new juila-in! .lisirict-, Hhicl. nil! cmwpientlv make r 11 f,,r tlnvc nn.ru president jii«l|res. and, i-( ' coins.- ""thie tho |.iesciit whigadmiuistrali >.i nl tho state, to nct-mn odatc as iimi.y , friends If this were necessary wo should j nut ol-jcct to it. We are not of those who complain of tho party in power, conferring tho appointments which properly belong tn it, upon friends; but wo do nbje. t to hnik' tmt officers that aie not necessary, inortier to find places f.T f.ivoritcu The pi-.^u.it judicial foiec of the state, is very ample tn dispose of all the hn<ine.->s in tbe c..mmonwealth, if properly distribute.) The supreme judges have a highly responsible dut' to peif.-rm, and aro ncccsxaril) engaged in its ilisch.irsc full asl- ng 11s tln-y ouj_'ht to be rcipiirtd to labor. S.i are the pre-i'leut and law judges in sevcial of thedi.-tri. ts So...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

COMNECTICl'Tt There is augury in tlio news of tho Con-' ncclient election, which cannot fail t» be read with profit by all parties. The \igor' —the vigilance—the union tf the JJcmocracy—while a triumphant power holds place in Washington, and di>pens<B patronage in every Stntc of the confederacy—oro full uf instructive meaning. No such party can . . L ..... t._ «... J„_.. t? , nn l\,a tlbe t downFrom the ever permaneny pu. . humiliation of temporav defeat it rises wit h 'an energy, marches with an impetus, that revolutionises even doubtful States, and plants the Democratic flag upon the very citadel of the foe. This ia, however, but ono side of tho pictiiie On the reverse we find the causes lhat have indirectly produced this result. Tho country is ahca.ly ennvineed that in deliberate and exulting defiance nf ell the pledges ol General Taylor—pledges beginning at Monterey—repeated nl IJiicne Vists—amplified at Baton R.mgn—and finally stain |H-d and rivet ted with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

l-markiMe Mm if Pcaniihiili PaliiirsJ It ia a singular fact in the history of nUr) State precisely every fifth election for Gi»dernor hae resulted in the choice of a Federalist. The Democratic party lias been successful in twenty gubernatorial contests out of twenty-four, or four out of each five I After the organiiaton of parties Mifflin' was twice elected,' u,nd McKean twice, as a Democrat. During tbe second term of the biter named (tentleman, he quarrelled with bis party. Tho party repudiated him and ' nominated Simon Snyder aa their candidate.: iMcKean wa« taken up by the Federalists] and elected. This was the first Fedcial' governor. ' After McKean, retired the Demo, rats elected Snyder three times nnd I'liullay1 I once. Then Heister ll.c Federal candidate n as carried by a small rueffassshc, Sliutzc, tbe Democratic cntrm.late succeeded Hi-istcr by an overwhelming vote ' (IIew.is twiee elected, nnd Woll lis »uc. cessrir was also twice elected Then came the ili-attrou.4 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Frcej Mlnmlil—• Wo perceive that a movement is making in favor of Mr. Diehl a project for a Free Banking Law based upon paper. Have these Demccrats who may have been inclined to that scheme carefully examined the^ill which that individual has reported in bis place T Take tbe following section for iustanee: "Section 15.—That such individual BAMKer, or association, shall bave power to carry on the business of banking by discounting bills, notes, and other evidences of debt, by reeeich ^ deposits, by buying and selling gold an ' silver bullion, for' \eigncoin, and bills of exchange, in tlie manner specified in tbcir articles of association, for the purposes authorised, by this act, and by exerting such incidental potc-, ers an snail be necessary to carry on such ! business ; to choose of their number a Prej sideut of such associalicn and to appoint a .cashier and such other officers and agents, as their business may require, and to remote suck president, cashiers, oficers | and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Whin; Frailly. We find tho billowing pithy paragraph in the Vennsylvanian. Although ml very soinplimoiitnry to the wise nieii in council nssfuihh-.l, it is nc.crthclcBB, a true expression t.rpnblie opinion. -' Tin-- .a 11.H a r.«rt citi.cn of P.-niiavKama v. In. mil n.i' Hiic.-r.lv rejoice wI.en Ihe |ir. aent I,, ^m'ainii Ii.'.m uHj.ji.riii-U ui.U gone lininc Little, if anything, has been done for the t.ulilic beuelit. The measures of relief and ii'f.iiiu. which (.inventor Johnston pledged him-clf to liuw eariic 1 thiough are yet unJ born. Wc aro cursed with that w'ietched [plh>f i-iiuc, nnd plundered every .(ay, b« the small notes of foreign banks. The Executive \vhei he | .was stumping it over tl.e, Stn'e, iin.mised tho people a new state ot I affair*. He is now in power, and like the j surfeited rul r, he ha" forgotten his pledg'-sl and is iiitcimil.il- to the extreme ties of his I people. He promised tbe puople to carry! -out Ijiov. Ml.link's wholesome restriction...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Mlrtaculwus i:acapc. Un .tiotiiuy last, as Mr. fliarlcs I'acker, of Nes»|uchoni.iji, in company with an- i other parson, was descending tho plain of. Messrs. Packer & Douglas, above this ulnce' with a train ol trucks, they became, somewhat immanagabh?, and commenced moving with c.ti-iderable rapidity. Mr. I* '* assist- . taut becoming (lightened, leaped off, leaving their entire management to himself. Of course, Ids power was unequal to the task, and they came thundering down threatening destruction to everything below. When near the bottom they ran off the track, and striking a piece of wood at the very verge of a precipice, Mr. I*, was thrown from bis position over the wall, end singular to relate, nli ^hled, some twenty-five feet below, erect on his feet, on an upright three inch plank With great presence of mind, sup p'.sing the trucks above wcrsLabout coming down upon him, another bound placed him beyond barm's danger. Tlie cars however, remained on the very v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

I Am Btoctiv* JweHctwrr. | ¦ Tho House of Rttpresc nta lives baa passed tbe resolution submitting to the popular voice au amendment of the Constitution 1 providing for the election of the Judges ol ! our Courts, by the people of this State. This is the proper resuonsa tu th* mnml — --- Jt ¦ 1 ™ " ¦¦¦ B»|»raBj '" Hion of the Senate some weeks age, in favor of tlio same resolution; snd what la atill better, as we believe the future will show, I a just reflection of the public will of Pennsylvania. The question must be decided | fomally by another legislature, when it will , be submitted finally tu the people. Nothing can prevent the complete ana glorious trijumph of the great principle of popular j elections as applied to all branches of gov (em ment. The people are ever tbe safest ¦and purest deposit ones of political power.— I Pennsytvanian. | Th* Riodts or Piblishsrs.—Ajudi-I cial decision has been lately made, that tbe ! regular mailing of a paper is prima fads ! evidence ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Arrival of the Niagara. The steamer Niagara arrived at Halifax on Thursday, with two weeks later advices from tbe Old World. Her news was immediately expressed to St. Johns, and thence telegraphed to New York. It is not very important. Cotton is doing rather bettor than per previous advice*, having advanced Jd, and tho market being rather more active. Breadstuff's have still further receded, and market dull. Flour stands at 23s a 24a. American Stocks fully maintain their prices. Money in Kiigland is abundant. Tbe Eumpa had arrived at Liverpool March 20th. The Herman had reached Southampton, and was to ssil on the 26th for New York. The Sarah Sands made t,be passage out in 17 dajs. Qen. Taylor's inaugural had been telegraphed from Liverpool to London. Fbancb.—The trials at Bruges are going on. Two of General Ureas murderers bad been guillotined, and tbo others pardoned. The Red Republicans clamor loudly against tbe executions. Mr. Prudbomuu is eapecially complained of. The Club...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

] WMMssgrtwm <1 aaalm. WiJHtttoTON, April 4. j Mr. Foot* has to-day a letter from Oen. jCass in which ha denies m>.st emphatically tbat he has either received or charged, either pay or mileage, for the regular session of Congress, though he occupied his seat be'fore its sittings' bad terminated. The letj ter is dated Cincinnati! last week. He received nothing but for the extra session. I The certificate from Mr. Dickcn's, tha-Secrctary of the Senate, will be published in I the Union this week to tbat effect. Gen. j Cass says that though his political course | is now nearly over, he does not wish to for' felt the confidence of his friends, and for this 'reason the letter was written Mr. Evans, nl Mui'.e. has to-day accept-¦ ed tho post of Mexi.an Cummiasiutier, tu* | which he was appointed | The friends of Col. Bailie Peyton are 'iiuiio sanguine of hia receiving the mission i to Mexico.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Dfilmrllvt Fin si Wllllamsporl. ByT-leimphtotheN V.Sun. ' Philadelphia, April 8,1*49.—Tbe Northern Mail to-day brings the intelligence of [a very de-itructivc fire at Williamsport, Ly-1 coming Co, Pa., on Thursday last. The | Square adjoining the Court House was 1 nearly destroyed in which was located the ! Old School1 Presbyterian Church, and many private dwellings. The letter says the ' church and several private dwellings were ! destroyed. The origin nf the fire and thu i names of the B'lfferers are not given.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

| Arris ul wf tbe Crenent City. ! The steamship Cresent City, Capt. St.nl' dard, arrived at New York on Saturday, from Cbagres and Havana ; but as we have urevioiijly announced, she brought no news of importance. I The passengers by the Cresent City, chartered canoes to .take them up to Gngona, for nine dollais ea'h, with all their baggage, a distance uf forty- five miles. The road from Uorgona in Panama is iu very good order, a distance of twenty-one miles; .Baggage is taken over at six dollars per [hundred pounds; have heard of no Decide ut on the rood ; provisions nre pilenty at Panama, and board can be had at 91.-0 tu S1,.>0 par day, and parsons can Ike at fil'tv cents per day, with a little management; marketing and conking for them* Ijefl American eagles at Panama, wire- worth j eight dollars iu change, half eagles four '.¦..li*.— i...it j. n„.„ ....... „•.„.. c .. .,„..., jdollar*, liult dollars luity cents, five tranc pice b past for ten one dime pices, a .lim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

! Fsrwe Baimklmw. t We yesterday took some notice of Mr. , Dieiil's scheme for Free Hanking; nnd now present, without e word of com moot, tha following . loqucnt and explicit exli act from the Annual Message of Gov. Shunk, Jan. 15th, 1»48, an Executive who saw the i right intcntirely. and never feared to de-, . uuunce the wrong :~Pennsylt>anian. . " A theory had been advocated and put into practice in some of the .States, called j Free Banking. It is based, in part, upon 'specie, and in part upon state stocks, hypothecated with the government. In other, I words, banks become the creditors of the1 Commonwealth, by purchasing her bond*:' these arc deposited with tbo government, and tho government endorses, and returns s to tbo bankers notes prepared for circula- j -lion to an equal amount lean perceive no grounds to confidence in this system It must explode, in a country where it js adopted to any considerable .extent, whcnevci a revulsion occurs to test its stability, fu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Whi-at H.n.1 per l-bt -mil H-.ur p. r lil.l . St 7..-. ". i> i' Hu.aol.rai-1.. r.-rhi.i t v. Br.- J-, .1.. .1 >¦-. f..m Jn. M vv"h™tB 0.iI:rr prr fau *'l 'i!> H.c .In M ¦' W«,-n..l.. |.-l,;i IJl «»»'• *" .'¦ I ¦ rn |*r ha-h, #u ;,5 „ Ml llutirr p-rlti, lluli Hv». .1.. i.l ' l.ir.1. |-r Ih. Tli! «1 iiJt- ,|„ S',i3< ri..^f*..-r Ih, * Pork im-*.) >-r M.I I1JA In i II V.i'f t-rrJtn . In ^,1.1 (iniDH .V. , Hi *l<|.li-« .i-tI.u-Ii. ^l''liiflHttia*llran«>-rn. ft nit Hal.leSiiKi.rp.rlb -> - Vt • .1- nr-trru l'< .< M Ponton, per bain. .1T..11 Wool |.rr II., 21 u G-i \rw .ork Ifllllr .enrkft, lpril 9. At miiM HW D«<-f Tattle. (SCO Snuthrm. mulniln , Prtr«..lr — Sal-«t..-lni of»™-l rM»illnp[.,..»! 0..» r. mal.-ataiiarrracr..r sbj fmm J tu Kr |. r II. S.»l..-a.l I'iwimiiI. »l... »n-*orlh, Hj,fmm $10 to st-1 « j4», i fhrrp ana Lauil.. veil al ftl.nn m ].!W. . *'..TS -Ji«l'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

Vtr-'xo ^["v:;r^:r:??'7ijtri:;* . For Sale-i r::^,:^:;v^•rf , :"^,.l ¦nakr Will l.a tn*J on 1 }I„, „„,((, lf ,|,»„m| ' *l" '-* vtU.L-tJt K\ tPP. j mill **">hpI' °"* *>¦" "»" lt>e ans r^m f- r Mir h. I _ 1— _ _ Ull.l>* KXtPP Farm for Balt^'s,™,^:'^' 'iu htfwTb^'^r* ""*',ft**""r "'"• ¦ 'rtm'¦'l •tw^1-1 P"r Fiinh-r partirulnM ap|.l»"(n WVLVt Is'sTS^JHZ' IMiOlOH*. A Si^rrcmv": yT&xxjYj&zs •»•• "•'(Insi. jail recHT-1 >»i r..r «k at r-hferf |«V« hjr" "" -UrtTonl. Apr. 10. l!H|. i || BIN It ITT , Brigade Orders. il'tlE WMItiB <as Volsaiarra nriheMBrfara.l' . «thDi.' I *Mon rVaas »liWtl*. wUl parauV lor training an>l InitH-riinn Is th* r-.tlowlac ot.W The JI Battalion nt the S.I Radaieat, mmaHn.le.1 ¦ T t «•- a. Patrick, jr , nn MoadaT, Day Mih. »nt It' li ¦'•'•IJ«" "BTW»i*7 Iba 1Mb the 8.1 V.riaMaer R«Ib>«i ln.| the v.rfMnlr.-r, Baiiallnnuf Waahlaetna Oaarta wHlsarade bi alime art e, the eonauaJhar 5*W thereof ^^ AMH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 12 April 1849

NEW GOODS, Via N. York ft Erie Railroad. TliRiiib*niheral.aielUEi ret urn nl fr^m ibe nil wivb a ¦>.-> .1.-1 .Wir.t.1. lot of SPRIVfl GOODS, which the* areaiapareJlo>cl1..tsT.r) minll adaaa,» We Mill adhere to out old in olio, "Nntl-'t^uoder-alJIaSiiaqUahuua manly,' and InT.ieour ru*tonicr>uidtht i-abilrMuM , mil/ to sir* U-. a call aKNTLEV St READ. , Montr.^e. Vlareh m. 1M» B OWET9. Rnnnct Rll.boiia, Linen and Col Ion lii-n.,' Ja^-iuirJ Plaldi.Oliubams, Vlslnand Fnuty De Lain. ¦ , Ala|Hirw, Uallcoe'Ac It- Juft "pennl and lelllihr rtiHfby BKSTLKV* RKU> I lobH-n, swurdBik.fliad.aud Mackerel bribe '( barrel I f,.r«ltl.y BENTLE1A RtAD | Fashions, Fashions. I J OIIV OHOVE1 b» ...m«J tUe Sj.nin, ediilon nf Scott K^pnrt orFaahksaa. amllar.[.w |.r> pared Id do all Xlnda ofTa.ler mi\ In •vip.-r>> atvlc Tliankful for paal i.atr-.n- I UK. l.r -nllrltx * cuntinunncv of the -ame. I . April 4. ISI1 , Music School 1II$>8K I' BI.VIKM...

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