Mckean Yeoman in Smethport, Pennsylvania
20 Feb 1847

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20 Feb 1847

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McKean Yeoman (Newspaper) - February 20, 1847, Smethport, Pennsylvania"2nd. In 1845 or. Bredall arrived at Tern Cruz granted him by the Consul at new Orleans. He presented them to the proper authorities but was arrested and imprisoned on the charge of a design on the life of Gen. Santa Anna. Diring has detention he suffered the most Wanton humiliating indignities and privations and upon h s release he returned to new in a he bless and shattered condition his Constitution was broken his hearing i Stroyer and sinking under hopeless consumption. It is proper to remark that the British Miki stes demanded we obtained Liberal damages on behalf of three British subjects who were in prisoner with or. Bredall of capt. Jones p. Levy 1st. In 1843. The store of the Cla Moat with All its contents was forcibly taken Possession of with the Connivance of the Public never return of property lost. 02 reparation has been refused from the commission of the outrage to pres ent Lime. "2nd. This claim is for duties extor the from capt. Levy by the collector Otlie Poi t of Lauara in 1843, under false pretences amounting to the third claim is for goods be longing to the claimant and his brother thrown Over braid by the caption of the Steamboat pct Rita amounting to 3 25, for which Relief has been denied by the Icacan government. Caplain l. Also claims reparation for being imprisoned after the commencement of hostilities Between the United states and Mexico in direct i ola1 Ion of the treaty providing for the occurrence of such an event and for being compelled to leave Mexico with out time to Arange his business also in of treaty stipulations. The character of these mexican out being ninety five in All is Well jammed up in a letter addressed by or. Forsyth. Secretary state to the mexican minister of foreign affairs under Date of May 27th 1837. Id that let Ter or. Forsyth says these wrongs Are of a character cannot he tolerated by any government imbued with a just self respect with a proper regard for the opinion of other nations or with an enlightened con Cern for the permanent welfare of those portions of its people who May be in i created in foreign commie ice treas ure belonging to citizens one United s ates has been seized by mexican offi cers in its transit from Thijs capital to the Coc by. Vessels of the United states have been captured detained and condemned upon the most frivolous pre duties have been exacted from others notoriously against Law or with out Law. Others have been employed in some instances in the so vice without compensation to the . Of Tho United states have been 5 non Sofick for Long periods of time being informed of the offence with which they Olheis live been murdered and robbed by mex ican on the High seas without any Iltem. T to being Tho guilty to Jab this career of mexican Volence and pc Riley continued through successive zip acts of our International relations with that country which lend to it new features of aggravation. One portion of these robberies was committed upon us in the year in we took the Lead among All nations in a knowl the Independence of Mexico and procuring its acknowledgement from in f land. Another portion of these crimes was committed against us just after our treaty foam it Commerce and i cation had been concluded with mexi co in 1631. The Samo course of Vio Lence and wrong doings against us was kept up through the year 1837, in which cur government rejected the first Over lure of Texas towards annexation. And finally the whole of these Outra Ges occurring As they did before the act of annexation was consummated constituted so to speak the Broad basis of wrong doing and through nearly thirty years and wholly Nna toned which Mexico seems to have shaped her conduct to Ward us in relation to the act of annexation. M k e h n Sata dry february 20, is 17. Office of ice i Soman has been he of a. H. Cory. A Hose who have taken their papers from the juice will hereafter find them by a Quiring at the store of Ford Holmes in Smethport. Advertise ments and communications intended for publication the Yeoman can be left with Freiderick hamilton1, at the above named place freq is our an he Church est red to by distress in the great excitement. Wisi Mirton feb. A m. Mail of this evening brings the Picayune a extra of the 2d ins Coti Taining news1 from Anton Ardo to the de state that ult., the mexican Congress on Stormy debate a 1 -1 a Izill Utt Provod the Fiertl secret arising theorized agent and Job work on done on the Ter intended mtr act of River thing Mitch via shortest notice. All mat for publication must be As Early in the As thursday after noon. Governor Young of new York has pardoned the anti rent convicts and restored to e most of them to All the rights of citizenship Ful filling As some of the most prominent whig Points of the state assert the con tract by which he received the votes of the anti renters and became governor. The amount paid by that state Loen Force the Laws in Columbia and Dela Ware counties 0. 4 52, for the suppression of anti rent violations. Besides this the extraordinary expenses of the sheriffs in Ulster Columbia. Schoharie and Delaware counter was 93, making a total 55. A very neat Little sum expended i for the execution of Laws entirely by this single act of governor Young. Alas for the honesty of by gone a s. The Senate cd of this state has unanimously Tho nomination of Hon. Aaron s Arnold As associate judge for m Kean co. Lot a supplement to an act entitled an act relating to roads and Bridges in the Oun Ticson Warren. Venango and m Kein and for other passed april 9lh 1844. A l is a Yak ers receive on of a Bill a raise if cation and the Hypoth in j Rop Erfy belonging to the Anna opposed this that this apposition Soi soldiers that they had Tioga co. On Tho Lith by the Rev. Mouta gue or. John j. of m Koan co. To miss. Ltd Iasi of the former place. It is w it ii or a that Lii Elbia. We Loly is not n k j i. C t any o Hei j i nil the in pets t , Wilren by m for i up from a full by the on Clare pred and the in reset Lor Tia in. J choicest so act o Luji Putar to Koljur paper of m in1, a Xit iut o a does any one c1 Viera Nib Iii such u or number of now pub is n i Fri needs conf r nation but Many circumstances Render it not in porn Bible. The army was in great Dis the passage of the Law created the greatest excitement in Mexico. The churches were closed and every Jedi f Hie mexican press every cation and resistance e Vineeda by he Relig ious . T1 Andl mexican where appears the Issue they make is o Noser be or not to it is stated on the authority of dates not so late As contained in Jas Picayune Hatsu a Anna had withdrew men from Sai Luis and Anarch de with them wards the City of mexi co Aikus thet requiring Liis presence. Liq. The legislature of Michigan has Pas Sod an act rate of interest to 6 percept. Other for from 3irnent of volunteers called Massachusetts five companies have been mustered into the sen the legislature of that state by a party of 100 to 47 rejected a Bill appropriating to Aid the volunteers. A degree Avion of which no other state has either set or followed the example. We no ice accounts of the death Oft John Ham Mitt of the Philadelphia ran Gers by sickness and file Niue Mont go Meiy of the Irish Greys. By being ring the night in several Pla Region of the but native of Muncy la coming 3, 1847. Petitions and Remone Tances. Or. Crabb Ifor the repeal of the Law prohibiting the Banks from issuing notes of a less denomination than five dollars provided they shall be compelled to keep them at Par in Philadelphia. Or. Gillis five from m Kean county asking for the confirmation of John Holmes As associate judge. 1 the of the Commonwealth presented a message from the governor notifying the Senate that he nominated Orange a. Lewis to a i _ p in that Arl interested Loo ii a claw. Subscribers this method to let those know that have prom ised to pay them in Cherry or Pine Lum Ber Grain they must deliver All such things before the first of april next if Thev expect to have it taken on debts 3b Ford Holmes. Smethport feb. 2 the 1847 Jonathan Jarsh s q be missioner in account with m Kean Romity from january 1st 184g to october 19ih 1846. To amount of orders Dri a in his favor s 09 81 balance due Eaid 13 s4 services As commissioner at one Dollar and fifty cents Perl of 75 Samuel Easley Esq. Commissioner in account with m Lujan Conny from a injury 1st 1846 to january 1st 1847. To amount of orders Diawn i i his fiver balance due said commissioner 56 71 3 44 Irge sick ii nil news in i Olit is an 1 k bid , in Vve. The a t pc conces Rerrie Atice Xio Rew amusement Edn Caton tha Farmer Market subscription Price Only Dollar a a Kanej. Single copy. 75 cts. In cribs of Ami Luib Over thai i great inducement to to Scott s weekly paper. In order to ii a e -51 ally first re e weekly mid eos journal to e Scott s fixed at i tie basis for clip big a. For the la ure the of towing Unpi ecu neck Low. One copy 01 00 i j it c6, Fiur teen Twenty copies so Tweti Tyse Ven Ropitis to copies o c3 1 Kif copies seventy five copic1-, a Hundred and fifty q0 the nil Nev m every instance to a Momjian the older and to be sent free of postal rec directed to the i us Buer it f Philadelphia. No. 115 a. Scott run user. T i Eli Philadelphia. Of n of Lull is hereby , Tui i will _ chive or r Alf bound Cap is of act or for the j ear 1847. Price 50. 15 c c unto 1 treasurer 60 is an Asso Viaje judge of the court of stabbed d pcs in the he Vas county this state. It is said a number of the Pennsylva Nia Volar tiers Osro expected to leave new Orleans for Home. Bitter com plaints Are facing made of their treat ment in the canal commissioners among other appointments have appointee Jarch Esq. Foi Mely sheriff of this county weigh master at Phila Delpia. Gene Levi a. Clover of Jef Ferson county collector at Pittsburg Obed Edson Warren collector Johnstown i common pad of Potter iou aty to fill the vacancy which will on the 21st inst. By the expiration of the term for which John l. Rooks was commissioned. Thursday Itji. 1 on motion of or. Gillis the Senate went into executive session and unanimously confirmed the nomination of Aaron s. Arnold As an associate judge. Of yeas 29. Nays 0. 6, 1847. Or. Gillis read a Bill a further supplement to the a. To incorporate the Sunbury and Erie and Pittsburg and by forty Daj s service As commissioner at one Dollar did Fily cent per Day by postage paid for county 60 ii Jedediah Darling Esq. Commissioner id a count with m Kean Cou n january 1st 1846 to january 1st 1847 to amount of orders in his favor 84 of by fifty s x service at one Dollar and fifty cents per by 84 00 Asa , Esq commissioner in in account with m Ken coun j from vember 2nd 1846 to january 1st 1847 i to amount of orders drawn in his favor balance due said commissioner 11 38 13 t Mork Vollm cars for u f Are Durd a 11 m Holmes i Selling goods at the Corner of front and Church streets where mail be found a general asserts found in c ent of Al kinds of entry stoics we Iii Are determined to sell for ready pay and ready pay Only As cheap As can be bought in the county. Act ado a Large lot of notes and accounts which Nusl and shall to 13 50 county Road Cor ibanies. A Bill declaring the rior Tage Branch of Allegany River the county of m we. A , a Public Highway was taken up and read a second and third time and passed. Int Ives. 6, 1847. House if repress Lay f Isal Urc Francis Zemith to Supply the Vacar by of death of John l. County appeared took his seat. The member elected Asio Ned by the Webb of Bradford was qualified and Twenty five Days later news from the old world says that the deaths by starvation Are increasing in Ireland and that Scotland is not wholly free from distress arising Rani the same cause. The Pppe has reduced the duty on the an officer of Good authority t the army states on it Santa Anna when in full uniform wears the jewelled breast plate orig daily worn by Monte the Ancie it Aztec King. Monroe Edwards the no Vej forger died on Friday in tha prison h of p roman to minions a evened papers Are speaking of the 3 Hon. Timothy i ves of Potter co. As candidate for canal commissioner. The Jiro Hectl of appointing a Supei intendant of common schools in county is eliciting a Good Deal of alter lion at . reported a Bill for the sup port of the couders Poi t Academy. Or. Fpx read a Bill in place to re move the Northern District of the supreme court to Harris big. On motion of Mij. Knox the Bill to define and Puni Fah the offence of bribery was taken up twice read and finally passed. Monday feb. 8, 1847. Or. Kinnear presented two Remon against any division of Warren county. I on motion of or. Knox the House proceeded to the consideration of the exports and imports of Grain into the a i Bill heretofore reported by him to sex r t f i i a .__1 if Mari Pirl empt the real estate of married women from the debits of their husbands which third tuesday 9, 1847. An act t6 appoint commissioners for i i i the purpose of keeping in Good repair that i fart of the Liast state Road West of a the county iof m Koan older and and West Ite in and for other byline Days service As commissioner at one Dollar and fifty cents per Day we the auditors of Mckean having examined the accounts and vouch ers of Jonathan Marsh Samuel Musiy Jed Edith Darling and Asa p. Bartaby Aind present commissioners of m k an county find them Bahn ced As above Asa ii. Corv 7 Jabez f. G Allu auditors Joseph Morse january 5, 1837. Be n neti High sheriff of m Kean coup to. In count with said county for the v year 24 55 costs county is. B. Freeman balance due said sheriff 57 75 by costs m Kean county is , 7 73 j re summons incr jurors 30 by summoning jurors by advertising general election services in Commonwealth suits As i per Bill on file by jury fees St fines settled by com missioners in the cases of com imm wealth is Frost and Loop settled up without p. Ford o. A Holmes. Smethport Jan. 9 1847. A pc disc notice. All persons Are hereby cautioned against the taking an assignment or purchasing or having anything to do with two certain promissory notes or notes of hand drawn to James dated july 4th 1810 one of which being for Twenty dolls be came due pm the Day of october the other one being of the last and amount of due on the the Payn thirty five to become first Day of May Cut of which aforesaid notes sundry jury fees 1 am determined not to pay until compelled by Law having inc Eivid value for r George h. Dundy. Lumber township Clinton co a. January 2, 1847. Twenty dollars Reward. Stolen from the steam Mill at Ginals Burg Mckean county Pennsylvania in the month of i Elji by last feet of the Bull said Chain i made of Iron links arc about three inched in length end about one and three fourths inches wide and Mace of bars or to 3s of nearly half an Inch in diameter. The above Reward of Twenty dollars to i n 75 31 90 67 00 137 38 we the auditors of m Kean county Huv ing examined the accounts of d. R. Urn Nett Esq. Lite High of said county Dun them a above Smethport this fifth Day of january 1847. Asa h. Cory 3. F. Hend the mid return the said shall be to one Ollai Mckean county 4th. A. D. 1r4g to pro the confusion in Solo of John Keating

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