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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

m tb* .. Bt Strong and Brute—lie Firm anil Trur lie atMnijr anil brave—be firm and true—lit whuiMM'Vr Iliou haal to do ; When truth and ,,ght ur- with ynu, thi'l Musi bu no inomenl for di rpmr! If nigged seem the path >i>» tread, And hope a doubtful gtim'nnz ihed Where, fur before, tin; goml y«m <••¦< k la hedged by many an Alpine prafc, Whilit froirn tnrrciiie rage between, And yawning chaarns mien i'iie. Oh, falter not—prraa on tuu-iv, For truth and right be firm and true '. ¦Terror triiinuih for a day. And * rong achieve tyrtiuiiie sw.iy—If iitonitnntB evilr crow with yean, Whoee Mp i* human blood and tear*—If all your eflbrla •e.m to be Ukn Miow-flakea falling on the lea, * Whirh a#rve the darkening tale to awrll, And leave no whilcneim wliwo thev fell— If heart grow aick, niulejea grow dim, A in! fkinlneM eeitu the wt'ary limb—If Ueiir-eyeil, dull Itesjioiiilciicy Shall runic where I form wn» wrait lo Ik-— ' •!,, -...»! it.' i....«'i.i.i, -|....

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Chllawiasw asmal »emstsa. ¦* sum. auav a. aaaaataa. Childhood and Touah , Hke tba aweot flowers of Bumaer, art twaauataJ vauamllal in their own bright forata—hap riy tetaeir owa sweat visions. Light aa the air they breathe, no oaroa, ao aji^fo -j^ 1BOB them, save thee* which are Use the aUII dews of evening that fall oa the Mushing flowers, and paas away in tbe ant rays of the morning tun. Childhood and Youth, like towers, eons fade—noon cease to'attract, by their richness and beauty, tba admiring eye. Som* retain their fragrance long after their loveliest hues are fled; while otbera more gaudy, more strikingly brilliant, eapiro aw they close their bright petals, and wa know tfaaxa no more for ever: no perfume ismslni to render their faded haves precious. How necessary for the young to cultivate their minds white living among sunshine aa*) flowers, and derive instruction from thorn. As they grow in years, and enter upon tho active duties of life, how desirable it ia that they ...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

isa^llToiTokn; Tha) Bleb and Pewr Lover. A Citv Trie Stohv. t'UAPTKR v. [Continued.] "Nonsense—what should prevent you? There is no one else you love—young Pem wM marry you; ho has a clear field. He will bo tbe nappy man—now my dear Jade —ace how esottmy words will com* true." Isabella blushed; she felt guilty—she felt that she had wronged rrank, in consenting to the visits of Mr. Pem, but what oould she do 1 Kven Frank would approve of her course, if be knew it. She hastily replied " never," and left tho parlor for her own room. Buainnaa men do live matters up rapidly. It It a trifling, pettv arrangement to them s speculationTa cotton—an operation in the stock market requires thought, calculation, prudence and management, but love and marriage 1 tbe union of a child for life, to another being—is a sort of plain, every day ¦aattar—if tba parties are equally matched —of constant occurrence. It is not strange then, that the next morning Mr. Pem and Mr Galloway met—and, in ...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

mmM&tmwc&vf 0, G. lEXrSTElt, KdlUr aid Proprietor. TXRU< —Oaa Battaa AHB rtrrv eaara a jmu, «d la aalaa". •» **" *»"a» IT aat aart ant* (ka tot«( Um run at <*¦" or«a>aw»Uaa. " Mu »*" «rlU *• ShaoaMaaad aaUl •mara«-« ara said, aiowtattha aftlaa nrUwr«yybw. AUoaaMBataaUaaamaM a« Mt r*» to rralraattra-Maa. OaaBqaaia,(twtr«Ikw,arlaai,)Slanrti—i, fJM " BaekaahMaaratlaMrUMi, » OaaSqiaaia,a»»ataa, JW laliw Carta, af few U«aa ar ku. IM — Tcaitr AdnMlMia (aaa m*fj aot «T*r 4 uiaarn,) T ou i Oaa ralaMm, oa* na, all 00 ; OT- AH Uad> ofJOB WOSK BMtljr ant •¦p.KUouil]' tua> on ra»or»bl« %mt* '

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

A True Woman. I remember meeting this aketch in tbe ] course of my newspaper exiwrience, several years ago; It haa been credited to vari'ous papers, and I know not to whom it belongs; out it is most excellently done, full of interest, and I only wish the precept of it iwaa a little more faabionaUe. [ A Young lady of rare mental endowments 'and extraordinary personal attraction, had '.five suitors equally assiduous in tWirettcni tentions. Unable to decide to which to be' stow bar hand, she gave them notice to call upon her at a certain hour on a stated day, and each state his claims in tbe presence of the others. At the appointed time, the lovers arrived. Four of them were confident of success, but the fifth had a downVast look, and sighed when be beheld the object ' of his admiration. " Gentlemen," said she. " you have honored me with your proposals ol marraige. 11 have aa yet, neither refused nor accented any of yon., I now desire, that each ol you will state your claims to m...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

THE DEMOCRAT. HoirrmoaE, p» • TUnUI, mm*J»>_**^__ r«To«»r«i-»l»1,"''.r COL ASA DIMOCK.

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

aal»e*tota.aaeawa«""-'- wmammt MtjaHclawo-Am OsTsi*. pnme ef our eobecribcra grumble bacauae wr at'..rtise nalanl medicine", and many othera, n« llTIm****¦ -*. mnswlum — a. tke. , plaea. WasfUsM saeh we have to-*.»¦«¦-¦ S^riai a rV' •*» — w« —'d"0"d ""h r I Jsnaran, *«*' II -*»*«•. a-afej. I¦ -| Lace that it weuM cost u. - swal *>.!* « ^ « »ew .very week. H-wevar. « « av«weu 1, mem ia hit aa great aa any painae a can he. w.. waTLr. aw*..!**-*-*' H »r P-ta nt-medij rina-hating frimde ».111 ,ke upon theniaalvea lha , teak af andine. to our list lftr« Aoarfrra" ooon ••<¦- «.,««., (which can caaily b* done,) wa will pMge aurartteato lakn nn mora anch advertkanr. and te perre «•» eelamaa of what lhay now contain aa aoan aa our exialiiig contracts eapirr. [It may ba writ l» *•" mat about a eoluma of Ihrsa „ «»t after two wecka ami*, about ana half of themVy tho middle of Asm**, I we uahes by ihe lataf September, and all, save .no short ear, hy ¦he W Of January! liar,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Wvotmlaui Oowmtjr- Tha Democrats at Wyoming held a Hi-Ming in Taakuanrwck on Monday avi-«in- week, at which they appointed Andrew Uordenicr re present alive detegata to the Pittsburg Convention, * ilh instmctionateauppart Maj. FrauciaBowman,of l.iiicrm-. far Caaal CommuaBonar. Fretn the proceedings of lha meeting, which wr find ka «ate of the Lai-rae papery u e notice that a raeahniea sustaining Mr. Utile's course waa adoptud. Thia is as we cxperted, althougli w«jw« way it waa brought about waa by kee|Hng ibe UMUeorala of that county in the moat profound ig' Baranco of what Mr. LittUs'a course haa been, (an end which, wc era eorry lo aay, the organ of the party there labored aeajonaly to promote,) and if. by ecetdanl.ar from anyohVr cause, anylhiag deragatary to hia official career or re|mtatian leaked •ar t, aa it occaaMwally «! I, an oH^BY w» •••* ready: " the measure, i.or vote) waa fur tke gmtd a/ ft* Jfarlt Braae* Ceaal" The " eaual" was a atareotyuud encuee—a •rafe-R'»»,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

mat Aionaem A. Hw-eeacat-si-Ttilmf. Wa hear frutu goad authority, l>llla--tBwia«arra^<W«Mr.Ulllu--deli«eradhini aalf of a great speech at Tanhh*imock an Moudaj weak, in which he admKtce that lie voted agamai UMbaurvaaeal liability principle ouce daruig thelue ctWMI af iatatutabut exctuwd hinwclf (m ,uVa Leg, m eaieg by mying that ha —14 *i« rofe fa Mr JemM (avw Heeatar) Caafer far »i« vote in fav« r friaa Natth IhaaehCaea! bill. Tuwhal mwara ' Ma swetorfug* and arraat falaahaada, saana man, , araMmawgl.laaM,wiHr*Bart! New wa haaawa |, te have tha authority, and the tamarity lae. (a* put-,, nsaaiBlag thia pcvlawea a right np and awwu ¦•-1 mmeh-m-tkimg. Wa knaw. and can prove by en-1, quastiaaaaae aMherity, that Mr. Ceapor waa aai mrigimat, a raw, and a *t—dfat fritm* ef the', flasaalhaaehttlwahawaaarrlewdaf Mr. FenVr'ah tin', (Krat tasraOMeea,) and adrcoaled Ita paaaage m ( aaahlaaadhaeidmaanart aed that, tiaaaayiiatly, |, aa such bargain ar hatrigae aa Mr. I ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

The IcTiUae u. lha Wycmiii Itaiwnt. I The fallowing w tho reapaaae of tbe HarrkuMrg Keystone to our sail for iaJormauae hi rehuioe loi lha Wyoming Deaaocral'a chargas agsinat Ma-re. Bachsnsn, Plumber, Pamtar, and other" radkiahV vis: that they commended aad approved hlaeeuree In the laat legislature, including hkt uniform anpporl of Danha, his votea againal the ineSvidaal liability pnncipla, and hia email note tcheme. We do not think—* word ef comment neccaary. Our friends oflhe Keystone doubtleaa know the aeulimento of thoae gentlemen, with whom they are on intimate lerma, aaoaf aa wall aa Mr. Winchester, or rather, wo aunpoae wa ahould aay, Mr f,illfe, wha ia doubtless tha awltor of the etatcmenl. jj- We cannot answer the inquiries of our friend - of the Mootroaa Democrat, in regard lo the. con. i'duct of certain nraniinent Individuals referred to r j further than to aiy that wa do not believe that an] oi iiiemiiiuugiuin Mniii|jiii| one evvr ,..r"—^- — excusing tho vete of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

unci mwi ¦ A " IIHIC* ImamH. When we pennea me m .w. m™ . curriloua and ribald manifrato in lha Wyoming [Vmocrat, laat weak, wa had no Intention ef ae- icing it farther. Subarnuenl reflection, however, ins ainjled out one point which it may perhepa net je omia to bring before the Democrats of Suaque-1 lianiia. Mh* have ao readily and ao freely—(tdo| freely, alaa!) done everything in their power on i two occaaiaua lo la-omole and honor him. It ia his graaa and insulting imputation to them of uuwar- j mntaUe diclaajon, Slid •' admiuiataring »f ptfdgasj to Wyomiag Detoocrula" at It* taafigafian o/I*« j tJilm if thi* fprr '¦ *paMy ! '»hi" wr",n' th" chivnlroua mgrale haa hit upon a new vein, and in ae doing, haa imputed lo ua n jiower wa little j dreamed of, and are euro we never poswsaed; besides uttering oua of the moat deliberate insults to the free and aajiurraa.aBtc Democracy of Suaque- hauua that it was possible for a "(Hie mind and a perturbed and gnni-lliiig soul to concei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Finn the ¦¦¦nwhunt KcrHnne. J-J'Wa are amused with tha the apparent am-. »ty manifested by a certain claaa of politiciau», j who avofeaa to ba democrata, for the auaccaa of the i democrntic parly. They eaprrw great apprehen-, sinn, that the radical comae of the sound demecra-, cy, may endanger I he uiimhi and' auoeeaa of the pnrly. Why th-j ehnitld feel any uneaatneaa on) this subjeel, we cannot nmlrralaiid. It ia certainly imk in couae'iiience of their utl'ichmeul lo ihe principtea and measuns of the party, f'>r theae lhay repudiate as too radical. Ktainine the journals and it will ba aeeu tW I sum of thoae who have accidentally found their ; way into the legialatut- hulla, toh d nearly aa often with the federalists as the democrata. From Ihe records, it would he iiuposetWe te tell which aide Ihey hrhmx la- They remind one, very much, of a cer tain gentleman of this at atewhonet I -1 ia New Yetk. Will (bay ceMlineo to denounce u I aa a twartar. and a mere popularity ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Arrival of the America. ' The steamer America arrived at Halifax on Thursday with one week later news from Europe, which waa flxpreasaed and tele'graphed in 10 hours to New York. The following is a brief summary of alt that is important. Flour baa become dull again, and deeltn- j ed to 23s 6d. Wheat is dull, although prices I ' remain comparatively unehan^sj,.. Indian fjorn is in steady demand at better-prices. Cotton has again receded Jd per pound. I Money continues abundant, notwitnstandi ing a heavy drain of specie The America i brought over one million of dollars 1 , | The commercial accounts from India by t the laat overland mail are regarded as very t satisfactory. } i From the manufacturing districts tbe ac' counts are leas eneouraoine:. tfaoush there as been no diminution of employment. ' The French Government have come to he important resolution of an armed inter- ' ention to re-instate the Pope. A force detuiate to tba emergency haa already | tarted for Civita Vcee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

ns—fi«iiii mim nr» sua a-¦llama. What a proud position the democratic] party of tha country occupies, when oon-|i contrasted with that* of federalism. Baa- ; ting alone upon the immutable principlee^ of truth, and the adaption of ita meaaurea ( to the promotion of the happiness and pros-. parity of the people, it hagjiad the exclu-l Isfve control of the administration of the] [government for forty years of the period of our national existence. To it the country j is indebted for every great national achieve- j I merit. *Evory great measure which has enlarged our territory and extended the area1 'of freedom and human happiness, has been of democratic origin, and has had to eni counter tho bitter opposition of federalism. 1 That proat measure of Mr. Jefferson the ! acquisition of the Louisiana territory, which ' has since become the mother of states,-and I which was indispensable to the growing population of the western territory, was; >pposcd and denounced in the most ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Dstrtsas; A««wa»ta at Rwbberr. A few evenings ago, two attempts at U highway robbery were made a short dis- 1 tance east of Union on the River road. "A . gentleman from Elmira by the name uf Post,, I with a lady in company, was coming down,' the River towards Union in a buggy; two, men, apparently Americans, sprang from the side of the road, one catching his horse by the reins, and the other demanding his i money. Mr. Post not seeming disponed to obey the command, the man having hohlof tho horse, directed his companion to Tike, his place, while he should examine and hco if tbe man had any money; when Mr. Post, watching his opportunity, put whip to his horse and made his escape, while the two robbera were engaged in changing positions with a view to compel a compliance with their demands! Not half an hour alter this rencounter between Mr Post and the rubbers, Mr. John Arnold,—formerly a stage driver be' tweeu Union and Binghauit»n, who waa also I returning from the latter place...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

J 1' A riro Im Mawtaainitoti. , in '" B* ~ "? cu — M ''? , ¦ j I On the 3d inst. at-about 10 o'clock in ' tho evening, a fire broke out in tin* wooden "' block of buildings situated on Water street '-and known as tho Tompkins building, _ r |Tlie block embraced thi-Old Gen. Whitney " I House owned by G ilbert Tompkins, situated e ! on the comer nf Court and Water streets—1 and a store ndjiiiuing, belonging tn Thomas *', O'llara, and thy store formerly nccupiedJ>y Ll U Ortnn fnr thn RintrriaTintnii Courier IHOrtortfor the Bingba'mton Courier . . , Jffico. These were all reduced to nshei In', i Short time. We understand Mr. Tompkins had no( osuranec. Mr. U'Hara had an insurance. if $000, bywbe'TJoliimbua Insurance Co ; and there was an Insurance of $800, on the Qrton Store by the Saratoga Mutual Insurance Company. The fire broke oot from the roof in the north part of the block, and spread with extreme rapidity. In a very few moments| the whole roof t|ie block was envelop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Later from Canada. MoMTataL May 3d—Noon. --Since tbe issuing of the Address of the British party, calling upon the people to preserve tbe peace, no more riots have occurred. The organisation of the various Wards for ulterior purposes, if the news from England ahould render them necessary, la rapidly going on. The military guard still eon-! tinoes in the place where Parliament assets, ' snd in the Government offices. I Several French addresses expressive of confidence in the Ministry have been pre-I sented to Lord Elgin. j It waa reported tbia morning that the I Governor would come In from tie country ' seat but he did not. Groupea of people were waiting about all the morning in expectation of bis coming, but it is not bs-, Tiered-that any farther violence will be ihown him. - The Ministry have sustained a quati defeat in the Legislative Council. . For three days tbe Ministerial partisans have been trying to get up an address to the Grove nor similar in tons to that of tba As...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Latter From Casllformlai. Steamer California Desvrtrd by the 1 crew— Continued Bad Weather—Tha ' ¦ CoiJ Digginn nut Opening Favorably &c. -' From Snn Bias, via Mexico and Vera * Crua, accounts have been received from San Francisco three days Inter than our previ-• ous accounts. The weather continued most ¦¦ in pleasant, ana me pincers- wem •*• wircd with *now. This was preventing parions from the north visiting San Francisco, 'ausing business to grow dull and the gold > leas plenty there. The largo romittancea uf gold dust sent to Eiigland.and elsewhere, contributed to the scarcity. Tho price of it was *Iii snd upward pat ounce ; but little could be had at*15. The mail steamer California lay at anchor in the bay. Hit master, engineers and crew had all deserted immediately on her arrival. Nobody waa remaining oa , beard except the Captain, and it was im-, possible to tell when or how ho would be ! able to supply tho places of his missing of-. fleers snd men. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

Maura VaMev* MaufeM. I The territory not yet *bnw|uto States, will make forty-*!* aad » half State, as lacas as Psnnsyfvsnia. Of these thirty-five Wiff be North of 86 dag. 80 mMi-or free States. Eleven anda half South of 86 deg. 80 mio. —or slave States, supposing the Missouri Compromise Una to be adopted. Tke United States wiil then contitt of Seventy-*** Sovereign State*. Tyrants! tremble. Should Oregon, California, and New Mexico fly off. and tha Rocky Mountains be the division between tha United State, of the Atlantis and the United States of the Pacific, the Atlantic Union will contain fifty seven Sovereign States; the Pacific Union nineteen gigantic Sovereign States. Tynnta ! still tremble. These calculations are_bascd upon the1 recent report of the Unitedfetates Commissioner of the General Laud office-sod take In all tbs United States territory of every kind not yet formed into States. Goo aavo tho Union.— West Chester Jmfertonian. What win tuxt bat?—We wonder what th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 10 May 1849

JJWsiflrH'Jfc.: ta Smth. nn theTth alt , bt KM II It Grey, Mr. Jena Tc-rrs* tu IIIh Lrr.it Psisbbothbh I Br lit* sjib* on lb* 4th last Mr. Is* Pbwbi. Jr. ta llu-t' M*BV J SSSLT. , Ob the 1Mb latt.br the Bet. (i P Pedes, Mr. C. P. HaWLsr to oka I'hlub Amu Tmaur, sllef aibssa. Ia annua, bj ths Hav.J. Todd, 11. P. Wnivaav at.. D., to auss a. B. Tirrjwv nf taafctssar. alacs.

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