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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

mjmmt wrstsmnagiom bioto mania. He would not have declared, that bo would ooenpy the I'residenry only aa the uaaafmous choice of the American people, and then have accepted it at tbs bands of a mora nfaeriry / ' Ho would not have aftrnsed, that ha woald in no event serve as the President of a party, and then have appointed hia entire .cabinet from tba most *¦ ultra" of a particular party! He would aot have said, that ha had '* no political enemies to punish" and then have punished all who were in the bast degree suspected of bavins; preferred acme one ebe for the Presidency 7 He would not bare aaada Honest/ one a/Jhc essentia) readisHee of appointiuent Ea aSap). and hava anarwarala uaband Into omoeand havs attorwards ooarsrred la- - * . 1 , erative planes on amiMalUi lously dishonest, fide Henry Pita Warren, Broad Baal Penninirtou and Charles Biddb Penrose of U. 8. Bank and Bueksbot War notoriety. He would not have sobmeuly sworn to support, protect, and preosrvs tba Constit...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

t. 8. IHP^BAI, Kdltsr ud TnprltUr. ,nM _j>« D»LL>a ixa flftr cwfl a yaw,. «jh Ix^jiaaM^f""1 ***""» ¦ * sart •¦« »a« -ad of th^ '^^—U—agrtatHatptlon _ ,., ' «o «« wlU »• *k«»«aB^ aaUl tmwmr** •" 9**> XT™-uaalSiKoa.a>Bil h* Pu«t P»io to re«l»««t™- tl*B ¦ 1III Of *»VBBTl"I^O. Oa* *!•*», (tweWa line*, or !«*.» 3 In-ertl-*'. t1 ** laiih ntuqiml laarrtion, i? 9r*y!m>iz& *•• NK*lBinearSa,arroi*rli»iiorUM, jfjjjj TMitT Ad»»iUwr» (rto necapr am o»« 1 naarr*,» ^ w "^r^AUklBSV/jon WORK a«tlr a«a ..aedrtkurty

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

THE DEMOCRAT. MONTROSE, PA t Thareaar, Aorll M, iMt ^ For Canal Oemmlaaleater, COL. ASA 111 MOCK. lj- The editor of the W j onmi; I*.-huh. ml ia Or rihly severe upon n* (afur hii )»>p gnu stjk) tin week for our remarks npnu hia pt-rvemone and nm •Intrtiienti last week relnnve lo Mr l.ilH.'n i-ornai ¦ltd Messrs. Uuchanan, I'mnlcr, I'liniiber nut others Mm excuse tor wit publish mi; our article u ei'rluinly a atrange one, •• |( m nhunivr, libellous' Inwards Ihe "very ri-wp-T table gentli In-'ii" wht rompoyed Ibe Tim kh mm nek inert ing, exclaim* lh< Democrat man '. mid ilm ia hia reason for refusing 11 adiuirnon into ImpiperIf a man waala ex .. . rumii il i»at«n)» (>i-i riifliigh In frame them, even if Ihry are conterfi ilt'd wholly. |i U net-dles* In any the impilnitmi ia l«'lb false ami calumnious We defy llie a istmre of the Tliiikhunnnck organ In jMnt lo the lirrt aciiti-nce or paragraph hi th« whole artn-Tc ihiil tonUuiseven the semblance ol abuse...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

mat i TmsU Hlarepreacailatlam. «e are sorry our u.-Khliur of the whig organ fill it iH-ctussir)- lo reurriMni our late worth* I aad rnnaiatfnt "tt. preaentiitrTr Irora Ihia eewnly in { a falae light last week, in ordf-r lo^gire the Assail-Ins; lewehes to his borrowed jn fn^H, The charge (by implication) that Mr Titrt.""' was lw any way unfriendly lo the North Ilran.-l, ('anal, beaklea being prrpostrfou* in the cKlrrme, ia nagrn-' emus, and a gross misrepreariilBlion of facia, la call( it by IM baraber mutH-. It is Ime, wie naaaeakaUy 1 to liia credit, i.m, that ha voted against the msmHI aWe hill, (ootieocUtr In a whig cabal, convokes] try \ Ibe whig tJavrrnoe.) not, however, bee suae tic was ¦lull inimical lo Ihe frimnry ohjcetaof the UH,| bat becatiKof the odious, eonlempttUc and ea-i necessary appendage in ejn-stion. llus is Ihe eaty I •eta to gave that bad „eB lbt ntMit^ toariaf | again* «»y bill that Wkcd t. tho awecemef tbs, North Draneh. In ihia lw k anataiaeu ay (he Da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

First lleael OaT. -; S»i* Hnanri, Kaq.. the gentlemanly, obliging, 1 and efficient Poatmaater at Harford, Ihia roanly, |, has jim been superseded in hia office by Ihe appointment of G CJ. Pride, "an ultra whig," by the ''headsman of Ihe Poet Office Department, File '; Henry Warren. Mr. Seymour, we believe, haa ! the honor of being the first victim lo Ihe deeapila-1 " - — -~ "-H »«" „¦¦* **,iiiu iv I.JT uec-Hpilllust of the I; "jTay , repeatedly made pending IJ hi election, no one will fcr a moment question.— 1 (Their nonaensk-al earnings about " o^talincationa" r arc now show n lo be mere idle pretence.; nye, the ¦ rankest verbiage and hjpocricy. Tlian Mr. He)--tnn-ir no mitn ill Ihe county, and we may say conn.' try, ean Jirrsent heller qualifications for ihe office ; j sud no man—certainly not Mr. G. O. fride, who ia' ', reprew-nled by coalmen fame lo be a most rabid ! j and violent partiian—will dabble less in politics, or ' : tulefere leas in elections, than he has done....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

Cearl TwmvMmtm. Cam'th vs. Waatiiagmn Itwrey, Ibr larceny of aaen ; verdict, guilty. Sentence, 6 month's imprisonment in ihe count) jail, nndafineof SJl.aod coeia Chamberiin at Grow for C'nm'lh, Benllej «L Hodgdea lor Prisoner. rom'lh vs. Dewilt t\ Robert, for Asaaull and Halter) on J. F. Brundage; vcmVl, guilty. Rule lo show cause wh; a new trial should not be had, w aa granted, ("hamberiin & Be in ley for fom'ih ; Kteharde at Grow for Dj-fTt. niciHiw m. urow tor inrn t. t'mn'th vs. James .y Buchanan for iVaaawIt A. ltnllery on Nathan, rflews'rtj deff'l plead guilty, and was sentenced lo one month's imprisonment in Ibe count)-i-it .-JP-, « O^eoT fjl. CaJkntWrKu it Rriitlay for (*om'ib ; Utile sV Sireetor for dell'l. Com'lh va. David 1- Meeker for keJptng a li]il plmg bouse in Silver Lake ; defit plead guilty, and was sentenced lo S)9(l lino and cost*. t'on,-!h vs. H.<iiry',OsVerlioul in surely of Ibe IWe--r:ii,»Mh O^etWHi, pre«een|«r>~deir-| ht-kl to b...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

JaXriOudtiirmL LUttf Pr*mU,m» f te esMraWey tkt Aaae aekrnrnrn* Coawty rifrtrNlftsnsf aWarty ef l*e anauelFea-lsswaeWnt OfUtr 1H4S. IfcstaeraofWmtor Wheat, S)4,00 ad Beat do. Johnston'e Agricultural Che-Best acre of Opring Wheat, 5,00 3d Beat do. Johnston's Agricultural Che-| Beat acre of Com, 5,00 I 3d Beat do., 3,00 Beat acre of Rye, 3[W) : Bust acre of Gala. 3M I Beat Firkin of Butter, 3,00 3d Rest do, 3,00 Beat of any quantity net less than 15 lbs., 3,(10 2d best do. do. do. | ,00 Best Cheese, 3 qo *J beat do., aoo ' Srf. T* ¦ 3-°° 3d heat do., 3>0„ Best Heifer, "Domestic Animals," by VIlen. I Beat Mlallion, 5,00 • M best da., j[uo Beat Breeding Mare, s'oy 2d heal do. " VaualL on the Horse." ^" ' ' Rest pair Geldiuga raised in Ihe county, " Youatt," do. Beat oair 3 veara old iTnli. henl.. . iH.. [ Best pair 3 years old Colla brake lo Har-. urea, " Mason a Famer and Hlud Boot." Beet Ball, r, m , 3d best Am 3;,m, Rest pair Oxen, ¦ , ,yu ( Reel pair 3 years eld Bleen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

* CIBCtriVAK. Te (A* Mtmbcrt of tkt Agrtrmllural Strirtf »/ To e*cile the fiinners of our county to a uore ijilcmitcd, improved audatill iinprnving, pracltcnblc and profitable mode of cultivation, itc, isun-<|ueMmiiably Ihe h-adiiigdeeurn ofoursociely. And ¦ t is unqUclimiaUe, also, lhal Ihe influence <4 the aociety sliould be evlended and visibly felt, to, and ever) acre of territory in the that , lout and responsible capacity. Therefore, in par-! aawnce of the duties miolved, allow im lo invite , you severally and colledivoly, to a eetrespandenee at Ihe same time assuring )ou lhal I can do nothing without your individual co-operation. I propose to every member to keep a diary or ; registry of hie system of management, noting down {thc kind and quality nfihe awl, the manner of prepunng il for the seed. Ilia quantity and kind af nia-! nure intrnduocd, if any, awl the result; and also whalerer to his knowled upon, county ; 1 every acre thereof should, in some ...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

'Tt^saaumMvsaiarit MamDraia. .u JtT?-™ *h" lh' JWl'7» ^"O* "nd other Whig paper,, Mji the Pennsylvanian, exult orer the remnvat of this venerable gentleman, lor forty-fire years tba Postmaster of Green*burg, Westmoreland v ° n nly' '« this State. A man appointed by j Jefferson, end ointinncd under all admiaia-Itrationa, imlnding th« two Federal edministrationaoftboyonnger Adams and Oen. Harrison, at- last falls a victim to the policy nf Gun. Taylor, who comes into oftce, "loatliing pn seriptinn," and "without friends to reward or enemies to punish." ) There were in this rase many extenuating i circumstances. Sir. Drum is poor, and the | office was necessary to Ms support. lie was n.it e brawling politician, tie was dci pendent upon his exertions for tbe support' nf a lii-ljiless family. These circumstances saved him under former Federal adminU-. | station*, but they did him no good under' i the no-party reign of General Taylor. But wc must not forget another fnct. The son of t...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

Tkw State aejmmtc. 1 bo Daily News of yesterday, in an nr-! I tide on the "state of parties" in tho next [Senate of Pennsylvania, expresses I ho be-! I lief that tho Whigs can succeed in most, if! i not all of tho Senate districts in which tboj were successful in 1846, "if they will but make tho effort." When wo reflect which' of the Senate districts the Sew alludes to? this shallow boast will be boat appreciated.! They are tbo Hid, composed of Old Dum-, oeratic Montgomery—the Vltb, composed ' of Backs county—tbe IXlh, composed of Northampton ami Lehigh, both strongly Democratic—the XHth. composed of the [counties ot LycomingCentreaud Clinton , , , j all Deiaocratio—and the XVII. composed tot York county, a staunch Democratic stronghold. Is there one of those districts I that the Democracy cannot carry in Octnj bcr, and so redeem the Senate T It would I bo a libel to doubt them. Philadelphia I county will without doubt return the gal-|Iant Small., or some other staunch Demuj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

, Tlsa Tarrar af a Whig vat*. Governor Johnston has held thereto rod over the bead of his Whig friends in the Legislature from the first to tbo last of tbe session. Whan the House inssrtcd a section In the appropriation bill to authorise a Inun to abolish the relief notes, a number of Whigs voting for it, the Whig friends of tbe Governor in the Senate declared that unless provision waa made to re-issue Me relief note* the Governor would veto tie bill. Thus it will he seen that the terror of tho veto was held over the heads of the members to force a continuation nf the miserable relief notes for the next ten years.— tiem. Union. The United Democracy of Wiecontin. —We learn that previous to the adjournment of the Legislature, the hunkers and free toilers of Wisconsin perfected a Union, : and that in consequence thereof, but one State Convention is to be called next fall, I for tho nomination of Governor, etc to bo' reprcantcd by two delegates from each At-1 scmMy district in tne...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

I _."'• *»«aw'« ratoellrtwrT^ Hois, of »m- *¦ PM , k#r' S'~k"°f *«" House of RcpreaenlaUve, upon its adjournment, on the 10th 1nat "wjouni-Gentlemen of the House of Xepreeentatitea .-. J... •' *" i,,tore ""ng. «nd in many respect, important session, the legislature of Pennsylvenusi, about to cloae it. Ubors-Shin * S0™^""«««"«"ftheirstew-I! nl ft KAn , ,a,,«»-'J -hat never tired—a fldcf.ty that knew no swerving-nnd a i\nT"t0 -i'" r.uhli"weIf»«-«"»mixedwith ntoth?r^T'- he ^'^teriatic, of a faithful repreaentativo, and puro,.as-p„r.B tu popular favor—then may wm my «d. Icanguos. return to tho« whQ «nt you here relying with abiding eonh.lenco on receiving ut their hands the proud plaudit " well done, good and faithful servant." Wo are about to separate. Tbo session of »48 will shortly exist only on the nnges of 1 cnnsylrama'historyand in -- Hutu a , the tncni-...„ . . rjr, nna ,n tM ,n(J„,. ary of the past. To your Immblc, but highy honored speaker, how delightful will u. tbs re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

Whin; Paeer Im Calliarmla. eive that We perc among tho other curij nua thins* g"i"g to Califomis, lame gentleman at Washington, railed Ckanb, prm.„8-I es to carry there a WAi> paper. Wo are | not sorry to see it; it will be useful as an amusing sjiccimcn ol impudence, and a stan-.ding subject for comment and contrast. ( Wo hope the editor will tell the people tif California, in his Whig paper, that bis par-;ty did all it oould to prevent the acquisition by the United Slates of territory a whieb oven without the guides an empire of incx-; haustiblc wealth, and which, now that it ii a portion of the confederacy, will expand 'its powers, and increase Us riches. Wc ] hope he will tell them that his party do-1 nounocJ tbe war by which this territory t waa acquired, as a war against God, as well as a war of plunder and fraud. We hope ; ho will also tell them that hia party donounjcod the acquisition of California as a disgraceful and unholy conquest. After doing this, lie m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

% I WorUs Brsuscbi Carnal. | When wo expressed tbe opinion, in our loet number, that tbe provision contained [in tho appropriation act of the recent session, would secure tbe completion of the North Branch eaaal within the coming | three j cars, wc were not aware that a portii.n of the existing revenue, and all that it .expected to be derired from tbe additional objcels of taxation embraced in Ihe act of j tbe last session, were to be set apart and ; applied by tin commissioners of the sinking fund, to the purchase of the state debt ,at ,i« 10arkct price. Wo are apprehensive I that the Irienus of this measure, after aU . their exertion*, have been overreached. I Uur calculations were founded on the belief, that all the .surplu, revenue, after the payment of the ordinary expenses of the (government, aud the interest on the public iSI""1 ? I mp lied to the completion ,of the canal. If this were so, wo have no , doubt our prediction would prove' correct ;' >t if a portion ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

!' ' Arrival of UieEaropa. iua steamer Europe arrived at Halifax \ on Wed-aadair. April 18, with dates totas k jT^'lAn«BO"««»q"«*HyofgralB I had been brought from foreign eointrleato i-ngUnd. Cotton was bijhst. Pr.nea , ooutinues tranquil. BarbesT Albert, Bkwqw, llocon, Sobrier, Kaapail and Quintea had been convicted at Bourgcs for rerolationary attempts, the two former amtenatd , to transportation for life, and tbe others for , ten and five years. It is said that tha kin* of Prussia has accepted the Imperial crown of Germany. Three cholera was reported (at Pari*. Louis-Napoleon was pursuing n prudent course, and business wss improving In a brief fortnight, Charles Albert has fought, and baa been conquered, and U now an abdicated King—an exile in Madrid or Lisbon. . The Austiians passed the Tfcino simo). taneously with tbe Piedmontsse; tbs latter bowersa* sneedilv fell Fia»b Tk-. ——.' bowermv speedily fell back. The successive battles ensued. In the two latter ou< the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

From Mexico The New Orleans Crescent of tbe Oth baa ales of Mexican papers to tbo 24tb March, but tha news is of slight interest. i , Tbs Mexican Congress, by a large ma-Jorjty, aamad an act authorising the govertaisnf to negotiate (dispose of ) •1,500. 000 of the amount to be paid by the United States in May next. The Monitor of the 10th says, -that large numbers of persons from tbe United States are passing through Mexico on their way to California in search of gold. On tho Tuesday previous the editor had seen a company of sixty horsemen, well armed and "apparently decent," on their journey. The partisans of Santa Anna are still busily employed in efforts to make a revolution in his favor, but they arc ao diligently watched by the government that they have as yet been able to effect but little, and have not ventured on any overt acts since tbs great battle in Tetnaseatepe, in which no one was killed and one drunken sergeant, taken prisoner, The Mexican journals are discuss...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

I.4TKB1 rsaOM tuALironxit. IJustov. April 10th, P. M. A letter ban bti-n received by Mcssni II. N. Hooper ir Co., of this city, dated San Francisco, February liKth. Tho letter came via Muxatlati. The Htesiniliip California, from New Yi.ilc, had arrived at San Francisco with- General IVrsifer F. £intth and suite on b.anl. The writer sa>\ "that be yesterday wished i.riu liundnil ami twenty lbs of gold, and that it was nut an unuomtn >n thing to cart gold .lust frum ,)l(c atore to another. Real estate was rapid)v advancing, and comni.i,,dcil twenty dollars per square ja/d. M.iir was selling at arisen dollar* per barrel; bread twVlvo dollars, and Pork thirty dollars. Lumber na* worth four hundred dolars per thousand feet. Tbe smallest room in the place rents readily (Wono hundred dollars per month. He adviws his friends to send any quantity of lumber and small houses reedy to put up, which, he states, will bring 500 per cent, advance for the next two years. Cooks wag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

I THE ElEBgrriOM a-AW. ' a n act to exempt property to tne value of ' farrr hundred dollar* from lery and tale on execution, and dietresefor rent. Suction 1. Be it enacted <Vf, That in lien of the property now exempt by the law of levy and safe on execution issued upon judgment obtained upon contract, and dis-1 tress for rent, property to the value of ' throe hundred dollars, exclusive of all wearing apparel of the defendant and bis family, arid all bibles and school books in use in < the family, (which still remain exempt as heretofore,) and no more, owned by or in fiosseasiun ol any debtor, shall be exempt , rom levy and sale on execution or by distress fur rent i Section 2 That the sheriff, constable,! i or other ofBc-cr charged with tho execution I , of any warrant issued by competent authority, for'the levying upon and set ling-* lie property, either real or personal, of -any debtor, shall, if rct|uer<te.d by trio" debtor, summon three disinterested a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

J BIBD, Ia tMi-VIUaa«. oa UMSMhlaat, MfiMiit Aaa Wan "¦s."ttsr f«»a B rrWanur.saeasairlilnarj W , m»»n.fort, ¦•! , aawl M j«ars sad S Btoata. The illness of Mra. Wamar waa abort—less that , a week before herevalh she was actively en>f>l«r*( in li<-r dotoeslic purswita—aw (ears warn antanajnetj for her Ufa nnlil three days pnvioaa loharfleeassa 1 Pmaaastd of an uneinnmanly vliaraws ooostitulMa , har fHnds hoped it nught triumph ever her dia-\ easr, and aba be yal longer apared ta> her family. , But a mysterious Prntaeecs had othorwiaa ordered —her bounds ware Ml—and on the aislh day ol ' her sickness her spirit left its clayey tenement to join, as we humbly trust, the redeemed and loved ' ones who had gone before her. During her illness i she exhibited great patience and fortitude, and that constant regard for ihe comfort of those around her, for which she had ever beou characteriaed. In tho various relations of Wife, Mother, Daughter, sud Friend, sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 April 1849

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