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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

CM. AMI EHtHwek. , From the proeecdinf* of the Democratic meeting IwM in the Court Houm on Monday e\cnin([. It will ba seen that the Democracy of thia county nave aaaaiswrfy recommended this gcuitcman as their choice for the candidate for next Canal Commissioner. And in defcrtuce to that choice, us well a* la our own, wo this day rinse hia uame lu our mast>he*d. We need hardly say how much wo' M'tnor Ui-ir suUetion, nor bow ardently we shell Jiereaftrr labor for both hia nomination and election. That he is wull qualified according to the JerTanwuiau teal, (" IummM, capable and failbiul,") no one will dmjnite ; and that lo Him section of the Jjlalu belong, uf right, tho honor of furnishing a' eandiOJte fur that office. <*> uom past alt qucal'ion— i is, iu fact, uiuterially conceded \\* are plrased ' lo add here, also, thai tnloniuilion from•""tier ace- < lions of the Slate repreauut L'ol. Ill Hoc a'a prospects i as exceedingly flat tor iug. su lhal w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

¦•jiiyiaiHiai *i iac i.r|ii>iBtui(> The of who has crowd IrijoDrimcNt if the Lrriilaiurt. fcptiiifa a man juat a penloua mcr, in a atill more perilous craft, with safety, can well be imagined. He would uu moat likely to feci grtai relief— thankful for hia *afe trauait, and t-vlrcmely unnliling lo vuilure iladaupira over again. So fool, we apprehend, llie people, and especially the Democrat ir portion of them, ia Prunsylvania, in relation to the Into Legislature which dissolved on the 10th instant. They Jtel rtlirmid. With a clear FedVral majority in the Senate, a working Federal majority (owing to Ih* early defection of a few who were clecled an Democrat*) in tho House, and a wily, corrupt, Federal Eiecutivc lo MMcrapuloua plan and concoct mischief, the dangers and peril* to Ihr prear-ui iostilMiotis and interreta of our Plate, under which il ia oa highly proapernu*, were conaidered by the masss* imminent and threat minx, caching the ¦svfaundest apprehension. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

sTwlltMl Ac*.*.. If lh* tale Legislature haa been re mark able for I nothing elae, il ia notorious for its repested tfagieiona attempta, (or tho BttFinptB of the whig memhen thereof) lo crvate or otherwise obtain more oriu-ea for them lo HI with political friends. Tho Utt move ou their cheas-board waa a bald-faced at-. tempt lo legislate deniocrsls oaf of office, lhat (Jor. ! Johnston might be permitted lo put more of hi* ' friajida in. This attempt was made in a proposition of Mr. Sevtry lo add a new section to ihe bill for ihe srgapiialion of courts of justice, providing1 lhal the commmiaaiodB of lh* Auditor General and j Surveyor General, (who are, according to eairting laws, commwaioned for three years,) shall eiptre on the 1st of May nest, and also that their successor! shall ihen be chosen by Uov. Johnston The move ' was a bold and some what insolent ane, and we are glad to say, it failed in tho Hanee, although it waa adopted in Ibe Senate by a strict party vole—IT lo li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

Mall .tobsyery. ' On Thursday last OeorDatdw.u Esu-. PosUnaatcr at Great 0«nd, was aireilei! aud escorted into Town by CohsluUo Langk'y on charge of robbing the mail. t\ appears that peculations in moo?) and draft*, as welt as detentions for aa unusual length of wne. hare been carried ou for spine weeka past between tlie Feat office at this |Joce aud New York, much lo llie surpriso uf all, and the dei-ji chagrin af those rap^cully lulcrcslcd.— 1 Accordingly," the usual and ever-successful mcaur. wcra put in requiaitiou, if possible lo faint out ihe culprit- A letter enchnuug a remittance was deposited in ihe mail by our Fuatmaaler and Ihe De. 1 part ment'a age nt (who was here) which waalracod, lo tlin Ureiti B'lid oflicc, where it slo|iped. .Mr. Baldwin wai at once suspected, arrested, and we i \vaA- tmoiuI, '" plead gwUy,'' fl>1ivenag up, volun- < 1a.nl>, not only the said letter and money, but also numerous oih.<r letters and papers—tho fruits of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

MTMm, ira.H* la grr— to all letsrsstsd thai a msillsg af (he Bratgew*t*VBMaH*faWM*i irB>aw^ ia tb* Coari Havjs* Iu ibis v*r*sw* *u aWwiday a*M at to'***** A. M. ThWltostis sji af hsaag ¦nsalaidpnipai atoii totissalswBssamirBsbssIs, r5s^5«r3T?ssr•"•,-'" MLCATUN, *Wp.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

Deinoorttic Meeting. \ I .; ! ' Punuant to notice, a large number of the Democratic citiiens of lh* county assembled al the I Court House in thi* village on Monday evening: last, when lbs meeting wu called lo order by J ' H. DinMch Eao. Ou motton— t Th* Meeting waa organised by lh* election of Joseeu Otiac, Gait • °* Silver Lake aa President,'1 Bad Enwiip BtmBK, of Choconul, Atvon "roos, of Merrick. Hembv A. Willmm*. of Clifford. \Vm., C. "Aim, of New Mimwn, and C M (i»r, of Brooklyn, VIen Presidents, and O. O. Hrmpetrmd and B. B. Chime, of M wit row, ftecrelarie*. After the organitalion, G. A. Crow F.sq , olTered the following resolution which wan unanimously adopted; Retimed. That Ws. IIastlsv Esq., (if Warns ' and Wyoming concur.) be the Senatorial delegate,. and lhal Hon. M. C. Tvlkb. ba oar re present alive ! delegate, to Iho Democratic Slate Convention, In \ be held at Pittsburg on the .4th of Julv next, wilh power lo Mibstilule, and that they be in "I rue led tn •upport...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

j C**Vt afgBMBJ—Musni.1 . j, ' j < aSAMD Jt'SV PB*CKBni.\0«. I Tru* Bills: one vs. Henry Baker for Larceny ; one v* James A. Buchanan for Ms y hen uid A»- eaull and Battery ou Nathan Stewart; one vs. De- j wilt C. Robert* for A**ault aud Battery' ou Jacob ' N. Ilnmda^e. Ignored one vs. That. Niehotaoufor j Murder; one vs. Michael Conneil for AbmuII end I Ballery ou Loren Norlen wi^ in ten I to kill ; one |vs Evan Richards for Psrjss*/. The present men! of Ihe last Urand Jury for building a new Jail disucouar rBocietnvt,*. Com'th-vs-HiramC Conbhn,ludicled al Jan. Session, lor Assault s. Battery on John at Lydin Coaklln. The Jury returned a verdict of giullv. Benllay, Liithi & Strevter for Com'lh., Richard* *t Turrell for DefT't. Com'lh. va Henry Baker Drft'l. plead guilty and was sentenced lo five days imprisonment aud a fine of BS. Brund««e vs. Boberts for firing wood*. Verdict *I8 33 for Fit'IT Bealley, Luils *, Streeler for Pl'lfT, Riehards, Chamberlin A Grow ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

THE CAMAfc BOARD. The article subjoined fram Ihe llamsburg A'rysfone, of Wednesday, is In all ita part* worthy of • considerate Bad careful perusal. It effectually ' vindicate* Colonel Painter from Ihe unwo/thy re-' flection* of Mr. Power, (publiiaod in the Register last week.) and point* out Ihe glaring i neons •fence* and contradietion* which are contained iu Ihe atalcmenl of the latter. Truth con not be hidden under a bushel, or mystified by mere assertions: The resolution of the House called Tor a' stateraant of (he amount of debts due prior' to th* 1st December last: also, Tur an estimate of the amount of ntonuy necessary . to pay all tho ex (tenses of k coning the canals and railroads in repair, from the first December last to the 1st December nest, | so as to maintain a regular system of month-' ly ossh payments: also, an estimate uf the amount naoassarj to be appropriated t» puroha'o* anasoriola, baftoro I bo Bra* l>ecenitjar next, to be used in repairs after th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

To MamMfhs-ttsrem. A I-roc Tradu writer in the Aew York Journal of common * makes the following appeal to the manufacturer*: " I see in tho Southern paper* frequent notices of manufacturing towns being laid nut, factories built,"and every indication of New England Industry and perseverance being rapidly transferred to our Southern and Western States. Let me tell our New Knplsnd fiicnda that they have much inure to dread I'mm competition at bom*, than from abroad. Only increase th* Tariff above the present average, and they would fiml that tiut onbtabe North, but tho whole South and West wUld rush into the nan* ufaeturtng business,"whieh in the end would prove destructive allk* to tb* interests of individuals and th* country. Tba present increas* of manufaoturing oapita) and man* ¦factories Is gradual bat aar*. all ovar th* country, indicating a asost healthy state ol thing*, and disproving altogether th* aawar tion of politicians and the political proas, that tb* factory inter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

JACOB COLE. AM Bat. On the UU of January, 1»4S*T Mr. II10-bon, of Massaehusetts, who is about to be, if ho has not already been, rowan I oil with a fat office by General Taylor, offered the following scandslous resolution iti thu National House nt Repreneiilutives: Resulted, that the 0<>mmittec on Military Affairs be directed to enquire into the expedient v of reqiii'stitip; the Prevalent "' the United States to withdraw to the East hank of the Rio Grande OUR ARM IKS NOW IN MKXIU", ami to prop-.se In the Mexican government fnrwith a treaty of ncare on the following lia*is, nainelv: THAT WKRKMNQIMSH ALL CL\IM TOt\nKMNlTV FOR THE BXPKN-j SH^OF THK WAII, and that tj.e boundaries between the United St tes and Mexico shall be established at or near the deeert j between the Pfuecea and the Rio Grande—that Mexico shall bo held to pay all just ' claims duo to our citiscns at the commence- j mont of the war, and that a Convention; shall be entered into by the two nati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

The Aimt Over. Rumor tells us that th* Hon. Win. Jes-' sup is appointed Judge of this district.—j Wo have nothing tu say against tlie Judge < He is a learned lawyer, and a man of good moral-. Hut while wu soy tlii«, «o havo no heiiiatioiiiu sayitifT, that Judge Ooiiynghsm was tic '¦'«w ¦ if tliis Gnufitv.bv all parties, and cnuld the matter havo been subjected to a Vote, ho would havo received cigth tenths of all the people. Judge L'onyngham, has no superior as' a lawyer in this district. Kind, accommodating and obliging, and a more popular I Judge never sat upon our bench t But he 1 had to yield to thu whig guillotine; nothing could be said in his behalf, no plea could be put in to save liini from political decap- \ iiatinn Tho deed is done—and we Rope j Mr. BILL JOHNSTON is satisfied, fully i-atieficd. We hope so,-and we hope Me' few whigs who opposed the appointment of 1 Judge Conyiighsm are also satisfied. \ Ti ey will have the reflection, that they have opposed an ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

t More IMvcl*MBl«sita. ' A correspondent of the Now York Evening Putt, discovers aa follows: The General has sickened of his no-par-, ty Cabinet and they ore sick of a no-party President, and of each other. Meredith is 'going to exchange the Treasury for a judicial station I am ma at libeity to tell you what it is.ljut the change takes place. Judge Mi-Li un will probably bo just about aa in-. dignant a* Juiij;o Story oueo was in ado by iiiccifclv thu same provocation. Meredith h unsatisfactory in variuus particular in the Tiuusory. Iu tlie tirst place ho is refractory on (be nhvery question, havingcuniiiitluil himself to tliu lice noil doctrines irretricviibly, at a time when it was tho whig policy to profess < them, 'ihen ho has no party in his nun state or any where else, and is too proud to, hire himself and bis place out to any body; that has ; and in thu third place he has always aspired to tho position which is soon to lie placed within his reach. -H!vans is t"j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

From Panama. We have before us tbo Now York Courier 6c Entjuirer of the lOtbiiiat, containing a letter from Panama written by a member Of the New York Union Mining Co. (of wliii-li our fellow-townsman, S. B. Mmroup, Esq., is a member, and whose namo is aJ90 attached to the letter as an endorser,) whicir givOs a most lugubrious account of the difficulties and almost "insurmountaElo obatackft attending a tuur by tliat route to San Francisco. We make th* following extract for the information of all our readers, and the special warping of all those'who may contemplate a trip tu tho "El Dorado" by Panama: Our committee, to whoa waa assigned the duty of getting our freight transported to Panama, immediately engaged in tba work, and after having narrowly escaped ' 1 j | ( tlie financial prowess of sunt* of tb* agents 1 of this town, tbey completed a contract with a Mr. Wesdon, to take overall of our trap* for 91000, and from present appearance* I think we will soon have all deliver...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

Arr ival of the Hermann. ! The American steamship Hermann arrived at New York on Friday last with two' days later advices from Europe. She left Southampton an the evening of the 26th ult., and has 120 passengers and a very valuable cargo from Bremen, Havre, and England. "~ Tliere had been but little change in the markets during tho tw<> days preceding the Hermann's departure in ci.iisequence of; Sunday intervening. The Ilritish funds rose a little on Change on tho "i4th. The' last quotation forConsdls is 91|- Foreign shares and Rnjlway str.chawcre i*l1icrl-.wer. The produce markets are low and un changed. The sales of Cotton at Liverpool nn llie 24th amounted to about 3aOO bales ut firm price*. The advances by the Sarah Snnils.snd Kurop* had been received at Havre, mid produced a slight re-action in the Oott-m market. Business at Havre, and in the French manufacturing towns wa*iiiipru\iii/ An active sin jog trade wait expi-rtud. A change of Ministry was antii i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

By Telegraph. Wa-iiinoto.v, Aj.iil 18. 1MD Letter of Col. Fremont—Prertaua Accounts Confirmed of tlte Sufferings of Ilimscll and companions Mr. Benton lias ri-eeitcd n. letter from Till Fremont, ilet.iiluiir the dread ul primtiotn and misfortune* widen att< tided his journey over the R eky Muuntains. The acciuiits alreadv published, scarcelv come up to tl.u horrors depicted by Col Fremont. Thu number of deaths is, however, not ((uito so large, but it h too true, that the snrvivois were compelled to feed un the bodies of tl.e dead. Col Fremont throws the while blame upon the ignorance of tho guide, it man who li.ire the highctt character, and who had been guide for years for (Jfiv. \>odge; bat ou this occasion ho became completely bewildered. He took the par'y by a route which should only have rerjuired three day s travelling—but nmipied a mnch longer time; and through his ignorance or carclesirioss. they had to retrace their steps amill dreadful privations and lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

Arrival of Ihe Paleom. Now York, April IS. The steamer Falcon reached her dock eloekfew minntn after tho about 4 o', a Hermann. By the politeness of Mr. Coleman, from Providence, 11. I., who returned from tbo Isthmus in the Falcon, I was furnished with tb* following item*: Tb* Paleoa sailed from Cbagr** April 1st, aod arrirad al Havana last Saturday. Sua left Hana* on Bwnday, at 4 P. H. 8b* bring* no gold, nor no raw* from Callforota, as ao tiding* of tb* stoaassr California bad been received at Panama whan aba left. About 83 p*as*og«rs earn* back In tb* Fateon, who started wltb tb* vfew ol going to 8*» Fraaelseo, all boa« of reaching tb*r* hating boon abondooed. Tb*r* •avid not bar* M*n 1m than 2200 parson* waiUngat Pan*** onto* 1st of April; th* number would be swelled to 8000 wry * •ooa. It WM *arr*ntly roaortod tbat tb* •raw of tba California bad o>Mrted. Il wax tolerably healthy at Panasaa, bot r*ry hot. Two young an, who k«et tba Aatoi Hoaaa, oa* named Cole, v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

The North nramch Carnal. There is little doubt, unless our public i works arc seriousK injured during the present and ensuing summers, that the pr»vi*- ! inn for the completion of the North Branch 'Canal will be found to works efficiently.— 1 The genera] Appropriation Bill passed \ filially Tuesday, after having sustained mt-; teriaj amendments to its original form. It i authorises a re-issuo of the relief notes now in circulation, and suspends the annual cancellation of $J0O.O00 of these notes for three years This is eipiivalent to an appropriation t« that amount for the o irepletion of the North Branch Canal—a section having been incorporated in the Bill specifically appropriating the surplus in the 'treasury alter paying the interest on tho ' State debt, to that object.—Pennsyhanian. We congratulate the trieifils of thp North Bram-h, upon tho prospect of tho final completion i.f thiii greet work. The provision contained in the appropriation act, applying tho surplus means...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

Hfelaacliolt- Marafer. A mclanchofy liomicde was committed in our borough this morning between six and seven o'cloek. John Kencpry, one of our oldest and most respectable citisens was murdered in his own house, after having ; made his purchases at market. His son l'a-, vid Kcneply has been arrested, and imnris' nned for tho commission of this horrid deed. The mind of thia young man has been impaired t>r some years, and he has made two "cr* three unsuccessful efforts to commit 1 suicide For some time past however he has not been laboring under any symptom \ of insanity. Wo refrain from further com'meut on this unhappy occurrence.—Dem-{ocratic Union. -*j Mr*. Farabaai's E«pesHt*o*i. < In a few day* >lra. Farnham. the social 1 inissionsry to Csti'nrnia, will depart to that distant territory with her band of young women. This enterprise may bo regsrded aa one peculiar to the spirit of this nineteenth century; and, in its remote effects, it will prob.ibiy e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 19 April 1849

' Justice to the Honest Public Servant.— It is * truth that speaks volumes for Colonel Paistik, one of ihe Democratic members of the Canal Board, tbat 'but for hia hnid and fearless exposure of the facts at' tempted t j be s'lippreised by Mr. PowxH, J his Whig colleague, not * dpi la r of old ' , debts would have been paid, according tn a [practice that had long existed,to our domssi tic creditor*. His statement wa* so frank, .just, and fearless, that even the honest Whigs in the Legislature sustained it, ana voted in accordance with its suggestions when the Appropriation Bill came up. Wo call this at the same time, a high compliment to Col pAisTta, and a bitter rebuke to Mr. Powkr—especially after the latter , had professed to be one nf the exclusive , friends of the poor man.—PennsyIranian. — - • r • Rktirx of L'ALiFoitviAys.—Tho Rail Hood Stage from Binghamtom on Tuesday ' morning last brought as passengers Messrs. IWm Barnes, Samuel Brod bead, and Ed-! Ward Piatt, who le...

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