Smethport Mckean Citizen in Smethport, Pennsylvania 6 Nov 1858
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Smethport McKean Citizen (Newspaper) - November 06, 1858, Smethport, PennsylvaniaPolit Iob some of Tho newspapers in Tho inter est of Tho administration have attempted to show that the late defeat of the democracy in Pennsylvania does not effect seriously the condition of that Par Tho Triumph of Tho opposition they has produced such malt. They Are casting about to change it from the South a troll As the North there Are indications Thutt the democrats arc about to concede a protective Tariff which they Bow perceive the people will Hare and As to the error of their pro to rot. Few. Tit prof. M. F. Strowbridge Leeanna at the of a 11 we Hiu f a t Sav will produce no permanent i already mourn court How. Tai Friday Aleo to result. The state was cabled by the Over that oin seek cloth and ashes. Whigs in 1840, but it fell again to been the Hope of the democrats that adm Aion is when gov. U Pony could not be rallied for pro 1 of Lack was elected. The lost defeat i Yective Tariff. This question they resembles Tho former ones of the de thought was too narrow for a great we ate requested to announce that the Rev. Or. Cor Forth will preach in the i list House on looming next and that Moc racy. It is but a passing to stand pm. We believe i the Rev. Or. Line will preach in the same place momentary we shall soon Are now opening their eyes to their o clock p. I. Of the same Day. Liaw the Light and heat of democracy mistake and beginning to that a restored. Ell to can excuse this in question which ses at the very found of Joseph j Hitchcock the democratic papers. They must ejection of political Economy that affects Hay Garden vegetable and tend some Consolation to their readers i every interest is not too narrow to hold general products of the. Farm Ner this sort of talk win do about As great party. There is plenty of room Chang for work. H. Patronage Woll As any other encouragement that on the Protection platform for repentant it is in their Power to give. On but we cannot help pointing out this argument. It consists1 in that a gradual change has been going on in Pennsylvania politics fora of now almost Twenty years the change dates Back of Early As the presidential Campaign which terminated in the election of Harrison. Pisa. North american. Bobbed Cave. About five Miles from near where the Fitta Burg Road crosses Sandy. Creek. Singular discovery War Wilh w he noticed under some rocks at that time an advantageous and evidences of the mint was effected by Tho wigs in this former presence of some animals Les state which have Ever since held laborious a less honest than those h it is perfectly Trio that four years la in a Torch of being a Mewha Ter Pennsylvania gave her Rote to or. Frightened he called others who after Polk Tho democratic candidate for Tho discovered of Dif presidency. But under what Circum Fernt kinds Worth in All about a tangos was this done t by proclaim to this a pair of boots and ing Polk As Good a Tariff Man As or. Pantaloons a Vest Cravat and a Fin rept sorting on High author coat with the skirt Conde Robby torn 1ty, that he was favourable to Protection. P1ccc9 of Werc found a Polk Dallas and the the Tariff of Pear j was the cry of democratic politicians depot. The circumstance induced ten of the manner in which Tho people of of the adjacent Cit fens to repair to the Penn Sylvimia were treated by the de Lay in to that mkt for o administration of of depositors but through in Cornoy during Tho or. Pork and How or. Dallas gave his casting 1 Pennsyl Venia interests we need say nothing. Imprudence of kindling a fire in Wood s after night nothing was effected in dispersing next morning a sack of this state Caf Ola injure it Over of chlo form a were picked up. Of to party 7 the instrument so 5 tics Pae Sod from Tho mind that were to Oscuro the Success of the demo Prats in the elections of october and no Vonbor that this Success is to be made a subject of boasting showed the weakness party not strength. They1 showed that great change had Como Over the feelings of the people of this state and that they were greatly alienated from Tho democracy. Only it be considered that Tho democratic candidate for the presidency was a l pennsylvanian that the jux Jolo of this state were invited to vote for him on this that or. Buchanan was conceived to to a experienced Man who at heart disapproved of Tho Kansas pol icy of to 1 Circo administration and would Soo Justice done to the free state men in Tho disturbed territory let this be considered and his election by a Small majority will not appear As a just cause of elation. It truth before Tho presidential election of 1856, the demo cratic party in this state was seriously weakened weakened As we have just 1 said by the free Trade sentiments of the party and also by the pro slavery policy of which it had become the Champion. to Tho views of the slavery propaganda Tho whole thing is mysterious and deserves a larger share of Public Atten Tion. If As appearances and the frequent breaking open of stores a rang of appears to prove we have. The Story has often born told. Every of flour three freshly dressed chickens to Fly knows it. But the democracy Blanket wore found unconcealed Overlook the fact that the treatment though they had been hastily Leil. Then received operated most Disadvan-1 several other articles snob As powder to Genously on the party of this state i to old revolver augers a bottle and has continued to since Tho administration of or. Polk the state has More than Orco Boon carried by the opponents of Tho democratic party indeed it Baa Only strenuous exertions that democrats have secured any Success whates to come Down to Ono of the latest hotel. Has a f new landlord in the person of David Wright for Mierly of Tho House Neur Warren he is determined to keep a to lout class hotel and if he so there is no. Wiping out the fact that he will to Well sustained. See Bis card in another column. Effort to create a new county ont of Parta of Erie Crawford and Warren proved unsuccessful at the late election by the vote of Warren county. The Constitution prescribes that a majority of the electors of each county shall be in favor of the proposition. Warren county gave a heavy majority against it l. Mon son esq., of Warren Haa received the appointment of Post master for that Borough. He is old enough and has acted in the capacity of Printer s Devil in a Republican Long enough to be qualified for the position and we Trust be May discharge the duties with satisfaction to All it is certainly an important position for so Young k Man. Kew York Massachusetts new Jersey Michigan All vothiv0 had Tomb our Tate Jet intelligence la from new York of wednesday mod last. The Republican state ticket of a few York a elected by at feast majority. Tin Lecompt orites have led in electing four or fire of the 33 of con Gresa. We regret to slate that the Noble Haskin a Vinagre majority f both Brandi of the legislature Are step Bulkan by decided majorities new Jersey chosen an entire anti Tec Tnp ton delegation to Connen together with a re publican legislature which secures a u. 8. Sen Ator in the place of the Traiber Wright. The Noble old. Commonwealth of Mamahu Cetto again tends an entire Republican delegation to Congo tits and s. P. Banks governor by a handsome is Jozity. I news from Michigan were favourable fart a republicans. The delegation to will unanimously Republican no definite have reached from Illinois or Delaware. The administration probably come out of the latter state Tri to. Polky or Knob the watery of atari to be a Branch of Industry Aff seting alike and the poor it the Maga policy of slave to War thai Perth the destinies of the my garb of democracy in and All strange that the peo ple Berta Are protesting in Thunder tones against such measures As Are at Prefert advocated and Nib eur by administration and Ita minion t let of hurl from Power party that is carrying out such wicked measures and adopt policies that will protect All and Bard will come again no Thanka jiving to Pennsylvania the got in ukr i Provola Matioda. In and by Tki authority Foit a proclamation. Of Ood to m m a people Call. For our for he and on a Ratoft to. Putted ent Are crowded wac hour government of f ump Hant hard tirces. All complain of the hard times. All ate affected to a greater or less extent on account of the the Money Market the manufacturer the Farmer the Mechanic the and Labouring Man Are All affected. The great Industrial of the country Are prostrated. The Iron Cotton and Woole. Mann factories Are country at Large has in Hon m Rel it departments. W. At peace Fol from with ,11 foreign , and the of violence i. In heart Wuhan our Bort Lert enjoy perfect Wedom of opinion the influence. Gre Koly religion Are More and More ene Crothe Rhoda our educate Oil in tit at in Ita Effort to bolster up the Caise of or. Douglas catching every Rumor and seeking to dovetail it into Ita purpose. The it has Caa Fht statement made Tome time since that or Crittenden in View of the relations of hut Winter favored or. Donglas election. It a and lenient to say that any Sach comm Piott Wae based upon the position which or. Douglas held some Moo tue affo not on that taken More recently. In its is rat of yesterday Tho Republican again Al Ludes to this subject and says we might add in Thia connection that Tho Best men of the Coop try and men of other parties Are All anxious for re election and we feel War ranted in ayin that or. Crittenden the Leader of the american party has Desi t May be for we of course know Man who a known intimate terms As that it is last. We can add conversations had1 expressed himself u exceed j Crittenden auth is not the Cam in the up portion institution. Are Dif fnning among the of eur fans inducing higher appreciation of div Duil opinion. In contest which heir and a deeper of of the Job Pup Jiaa does but still to Iga Tiong. Though in some localities the or c should make this state on on an sea Anne e and thousands and Tew of unusual health and we Are mowed with an j i a i a nor tax it. Pierce will please accept the thanks of our entire family including devils for the Fine thanksgiving Turkey that he presented us with on tuesday last Friend Pierce must bad a very Jast appreciation of our pecuniary affairs just now Lor if we had been compelled to buy the probabilities Are that a roasted Turkey would not Bine paced our table on thanksgiving Day. If or of to Ftp numbers elect of the new House of of our state legislature is being published throughout to slate in which h. A. Frank and Samuel Arthurs Are put Down m elected from this Din net they Are also classed As anti Lecompton 3etioerata. In first place they were rot elected but judge Wilcox and to Jefferson boy or Traig Battout Lecompton democrats in the second pucevmestr8, Frank and Arthurs Are staunch Keanu Lineaus and Bave acted with that party for years Pant. By or. John Ifraci Stoob proposes to deliver a lecture at the court Boom in this Berongi a few Days. The following notice of it we and in Wanra Tiger of this week Jown macintosh who has the Labouring a employment a flute the Dimiat or enlist to who can Tell the amount of life our Industrial Pun Nito Are last recovering Philadelphia friends have be experienced by that class of people fur the torpor to the recent financial next six Mon lift. The Farmer alone although the prices of bit Are controlled by the foreign demand a the least affected. What be there is always a Market for. The o operatives of world must be cd they furnish u with wearing apparel and we tend them our Grans butter cheese and other farm productions in Exchange for the Prodo Ells of their labor. Hot Only that we have Cou Suenee being restored ceremonies of digging English Bill under. Herein their r and miming wonted find it a the Philadelphia Tfelt mercies Irown All our life and the a meeting will be held of Hopes of a Glorio us immortality wait to cheer and oct. 10, at the Lecomb opted then Gold to the extent of in order to keep been tending Tonnu balanced and at present time Are millions in their debt. Our railroads Are made with foreign Irav although the Hills of Pennsylvania As Well As other states Are filled with that and of a Superior Quality. Now we Auk Why a it that suck a of history of our country a Little. In the year 1807, owing to our difficulties with great Britain we wore to a great extent shut oat from commercial Intercourse with other Aeeti ont of the world and from that to depend upon our own Tor All the Neces Saries of me manufacturing Stablish Manta sprang into existence a if by magic All classes1 of people found employment and All what Money there was in the country remained in it on Lollar by reason otitis frequent passage from one hand to another filling the place of a thousand that a tent from the to wintry for foreign productions. The principle of free Trade was adopted by the government in the train of society of Edinburgh Scotland and bring Weich followed the closing of tace manufacturing with him from press in various of the state of new York that entitles tint to the largest consideration of our citizens. His rendering of Tho 6f the peasant poet bless every Catt. Prompted by my own convictions of in conformity with the expressed wishes of Many House to make for the funeral of English Bilir. To attend a chief Moadoer Wowch it of my i f. An invitation has been sent to j. B. M it governor of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania do hereby appoint thursday the eighteenth Day of Nown Ber next to be an a Day of t that Jenett will accept. Oing eating shed the Tebo. He. General thanksgiving and prayer and rcom kindly consented to mend to All our people that setting aside on that bearers. Day All worldly pursuits they assemble in their Hob juror respective peaces of worship and unite la offer Hon. Ing thanks Odd for Good new imploring his forgiveness and the continuance of hit while our beam to god his unnumbered blessings a or Coss Dey where Liberal Charity be extended to All upon whom can stand of have been Laid the burdens of Mitford i a and v t wih be imbedded or Bott been lecturing by remt Mem brain of Monty to win of our Northern and most acceptably we learn by the press proposes to repeat his lec ure on Burna his poetry and at our or. If., a member of he Royse histrionic _1_ ill j a be style of the by is spoken of tril peasantry of his native coun Ith Nuch admiration. Interest no to Propri of the courts of tie state of Indiana recently made a. Decision which is of interest to All newspaper proprietors throughout the Union. A controversy existed relative to the charge for advertising Between the n f tit i Peterson s counterfeit Detector and Bank me list is corrected by Dreidel co., the Well Nown banker and and it the Best de of counterfeit or altered notes published n this country. The november number issued his sle scribes eighty Rix i Wurfer def and contains a fac simile Engrav ing of n Bonk Bank. Kote that is being altered to Van us All Ever the country and which in being it into extensive circulation. It also contains everal pages other valuable information of everything appertaining to Bank notes. We ave no hesitation in pronouncing it the most Complete reliable and Best publication of the kind in the United states. It should be in the bands of every storekeeper in i he whole country and we would advise All Inch to stud one Foliar in letter for a year s subscription to the pub Lishers and that subscribe for it at once. It is published by t. B. Peterson a Brothers no. Street Philadelphia. With reference to the election of county treasurer we can inform the editor of the Situm on the very Best authority that the votes of Cory Don Torii ship were Dot destroyed and that they Are up in the ballot Box together with other election Papen. And that the court will make correction in the Ergo Neoim return paper without any of his valuable assistance. The foregoing appeared in the last number o Barr s Organ. When or. His re he stated in the presence of several gentle men that he thought the ballots were destroyed if the Law was lived in to the ballots were put establishments and the general prostration of the Industrial intercut of the Grant re. The labourer could not find employment and pauperism in creased to an alarming extent. The specie of the country was. Exported for the products a foreign in the of 19 and "20 we general suspension of the the ment itself became nearly bankrupt and the year found a hanging Over the country. In that year the government again adopted the protective system followed by still greater Protection in the year 1828. A season of Prosperity again commenced the furnaces were once More in the Cotton Mills were again in successful operation and a new dawned upon the country. The Labouring Man found a Lanty of work and Good waged the Mechanic became Independent and the Farmer was not compelled to rely upon a foreign Market for the Sale 9f the products of Arm. The foreigner paid specie for what be of us and we paid for foreign luxuries in the productions of the Earth thereby keeping oar Money within our and for oar own use. The Banks were resume business and the general government reduced the National debt at die rate of millions per annul. Such was the state of thes country when the Tariff of 1834 was adopted which protective at first but the duties were gradually knocked eff until it should become Mere Revenue Tariff which Point should be reached can stand or any chive every attention. In Porter now my hand great Seal that no Dang Urooj Frost need be a of the state at Harrisburg this Twenty or bended. Sikh Thadav of october in year of our an Arnufo sir mfg of hat Bande will. Lord one Hundred and of the Commonwealth the eighty third. William f. Packer ran and pro sep pay of hat a be found aft the Navy Yard governor of Penny la Power by forcing on the country measures which were dictated by the no traits at the by the Judie that Tho pay shod terms i r. Placed in the hands of the Justice of the of newspapers constitute a Tho democratic party then a if work-i8-Gitcn to newspaper publish geared to the country not As a National m wit Pouf a 8peciai contrive but a sectional organization not As the he the advocate and supporter of of or Chi my Melve pc cursing to the a Mai crib. But As their violator j not the As the respecter of Law but As tramp Ling Law under foot. In this Light Tho party As represented bar administration has maintained itself Ever since Only making itself More despicable if possible by theroes prostitution of the Federal patronage to the narrowest personal and partisan ends. We repeat that All these circumstances have alienated the people of Penn Sylvania from the democratic the change has been gradual we admit for the people Long suf Fering. Ana daring to change Tho state has oscillated from one aide to the other As u always the Case before the Toale settles Down decidedly on one Side. It May even continue to oscillate a Little longer but the preponderance will be against the demo Raav and farther the Wisest men in Tjit party see Thia placed in the hands of the Justice according to the return judge s own acknowledgement to us the Box a still in Bis pos Antion and Law Jim not been regarded in the we have Bero Ioe somewhat indifferent As to the result of the matter but if we occupied mr., Par or was Worth the publishers have a right to fix the estimate value of their columns and if fixed no question need be asked but Tho Price thus charged can be recovered. Com the great Western y Are going to place be was from us. He took or our co Tempo Rary of the Pittsburgh there May a f sleeping oars on the line noted up with Spring a tresses damask quilts a trod a servant to bring soda water and Mack the travellers boots in the morning. Be trouble in the organi Gatior of the 8tate Hen there among Taa Lew anti Lecomp Tonieta. 1 n the. Choice of officers this three i May and vent or Buchanan is too bit the Hon. David will not has Ter bin animosity to the anti Lecompton Wing 0f the party to allow his friends to support one of that proscribed faction for speaker or clerk and the panties on the other hand will show a similar feeling in the event of t Lecomp Tonitte be ing prawn Ted for either of those in such a state of affairs a of Tho anti admin dear. They deplore the policy that been reflected president judge of the is Mutton and people s forces is an event not Dia Triet composed of Susquehanna at All improbable. If consummated it would and Bradford counties by majority of the Board and at the time be a prop in the same counties grow has or retaliation for the wholesale proscription re a majority of a hot never Wrid to by or. Buchanan for the Bat twelve whipped a fire eater in Congress. I months. In 1843. It it unnecessary for m to go into de us fat in regard to Braute of fora few Yean prior to the passage of the Tariff act of m2. The whole country we bankrupt and a department of Trade prostrated to an alarming extent in regard to the Benc Fita which arose from the creation of the Tariff of 1842, and the which resulted in the Tariff of 46 we will give the language of Henry c. Carey in letter to or. Buchanan in december test again in 1842, ii thai of the Emyral Over a highly to Rah for of 1s41-j. Ira if any in tit now Nett i Pam off Kuti William m. Hei8tjsh, Secretary of the Commonwealth. 01it0aby. J on sunday morning last John f. Melvik. Of Bradford aged 55 yearn 10 months and Days. We expected to receive an obituary notice in time for. Publication but have been disappointed. Of our own knowledge however can say that few. Men die and leave behind them As. Fair a a record a did deceased. Coming into this country when it a of the first has done Mere to Mould and character to the place than any other Man. Or. Melvin a talented honest business Man and As merchant Lumberman and county official commanded the cute Eitland respect who had with him. For a number Yeara he has not been Able to engage actively i pursuits but his practical mind ebb Trousd Aix directed 1 last bore. A a Christian or. Melvirn Wae re Proeh hot governed by impulse the of out gospel in which he believed1, actuated him in every Day Fife and sustained protracted kick it mat the Nool and mint. F Bradford Kas Loat an Haest t work of Proi Noui taint f Stato Able to Tel Lari tue us a dam team the. Laeva Raymur Vallur of Eoa try gnat la loan Cyloa la Ubu drum Odin Cufr Tow Orr. React fat us am Kro perk of it Lair of can Upaul Milt Bipti Brebt thin Rore no indic Waibl for ajar of the bub. Ker of in on Tom at in a Btry of car to birr had then of Mafald fam in to Formui in year Shiab to act in Vii if. Time since j. W. Denver late governor of Kansas wrote a letter to the if y. Trihaft Iri which to at paper severely censured for some Amert ions it had made in re card to the resignation of Denver and other territorial Tea letter was published in the tribute comments Nipoa it to the extent c 3 columns or More appeared in the same Nambe in which the positions of sir. Denver were Bezati fully shown up. And his exposed was perhaps two or Mere after in appearance in the Tribune that we saw the letter circulating around in the precluded with statement from the jew was conjuror that the letter bad been forwarded to Tea Fri hot Bat wit per gritted to be listed in it who euuld1 originate a meaner am More contemptible Liet those who Road Evex it pre meeting with just Heberta , the of Tel put Miloa abut we tic non to it now own in a Anam by of h Ami la All East aunt Ai equal that Wamah tar of treat Waloff my and War bleh followed. Banki Aad Falm that Abaft Auli Tad Ham at thaw in Tan a Advt Mon at bulb Ltd a Ted mar . Point St a Blob bad it Bod at the of rat Alt to at atm that tha Aad us the Bullion in the Bank of France now stands at about far higher Sam than was Ever before held by that Estop ashment and More than in excess of the largest total Ever collected in the Bank of eng Jand. At the commencement of inc present year the Bank of france1 held less than and to influx in nine months has Thor foie been 170 at the Bank of england1, to total at the beginning of the year was and it is now More than the highest sum it Ever Dos Essed was in july soft in of the Illi Nola Farmers agree in saying that the amount of sugar raised in that state Thia year from the Southern Cane will exceed in amount including of Baku u manufactured in or. Mir Washington correspondent tit 0tr jew York times says thai or. policy in endeavouring to Purchase a Aims at five things via 1. To satisfy the Bishop and clergy of Spain that the Catholic of Stroh would not Wane and be i Brood of Condary position of. In Tho event of its Transfer to fake United Staw 2. To satisfy Christiana that bar to millions of private property on the Island would not be subject to the Prin a Piee of but would be oubted1 in Valoe by Transfer. 3. To satisfy the agriculturist thav Market would not but improved by having not Only the of Caba but tie whole country free to his produce. 4. To satisfy the commercial interests that tree Trade won be accorded to them Here while they Oato at Homo according to their pleasure. V and lastly to satisfy the government that a Transfer of the Island is necessary to secure lasting peace tweet the two countries. An extraordinary Case of noun by a turkish lady hat recently coma to Light Llhee turkish at new York received dispatches floor his government stating that a woman named Sevasti had been arrested at constantinople with pieces of Torkish paper Money at 20 plasters which were printed in new York. The whole value of the lot was the woman was suspected by the Torkish police of account of the amount of her gag we and the Bills were found under false Bow Toms in her trunks Gbo stated thai the Bills were printed by William s. Pc. Harrison in new York h. Arrested and some sheets of the found on his premises which he Suppo bed to be for Coran Wocial labels and he was therefore discharged on giving them up. The woman had passed 000 of the forged notes. Brownlow sir Rifi Bev. G. Brown love announces Chat he is hereafter to be the a Bishor As Well As editor of the Knox a Keg. His policy Botic economical and political is thas set Forth i win not Send a paper oat of Knoz county without payment in Advance and i never will again employ a collect Tig agent and thereby Force any Man n the image of god to do As mean an it As that of repudiating a news paper subscript ton. My or editing business Hall to limited to Knoxville and knot county where 1 can see the parties in Jerson and of these i will take the acts of the Nova tar in personal Matten i will take the course that Watt ont consulting any one and not my
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