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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

SUMMER CLOTHS. . A great vuriety bf Spring and Summer Goods for -fl- Boys and Men's wear—very low—first ree'd, 111 Salisbury's. March 25, 1847. BROAD CLOTHS, CASSIMERS. Twedes, A*.. &c, &c. Si., juil received and will be sold for a small profit at. SalUou ry's. March 25, 1847. irish linens;; T INEX Cambric and Silk- HdkfT, Linen Table J-i Spreads, Fine bleached Muslins, Laces, Muslin Edgings, Thread Edghigs„uud Insertion at Salisburv's. March 25, 1S47. LADIES' BONNETS. 1 FLORENCE Braid. China Pearl, and Straw Bonnets, a great variety aud the spring and summer fashion very low at " Salisbury's March 25, 1847.. 1 5000 DEACON SKINS WANTED, For which the highest market price will be paijl at Salisbury's. Montrose, April 22d, 1S47: ~ heavyTheetings. FINE Bleached, and Unbleached Sheetings just received at , Salisbury's. Montrose, April, 22d 1847. BONNET RIBBONS. J^ MOST splendid lot of the latest,syle at Salisbury's . March 25, 1317. : — 1 . s FRENCH KID, LISLE th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

**lBs«Mr^^^sgyilin^TO T. ; —— • i HE'fDclawareM..S. ImuraneeCompany, Pliilailelphia j have authorized the undersigned $1 effect Iu - aurances ou Buildings, Merchandize, andiWierproperty, against damage or loss by fire. if The linmense resources of the company!, and their adherence Ui fair and honorable principles in tin: transaction of all their business, entitle ujem to- the coiifidencc'of the public as.a safe momfe* of Insurance, j F. LVSlS, Agent. Montrose, June lfi. 1846. 1 I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

NEW STYLE GENT'S HAffS. \ ; mm FASHION FOB 18i7| CiROJVN—7J indies high, 5-16 yeoma|i,'} bell a ut sidas, 1-10 front and rear, ^ curie. Tip: oval. Hat. Bium—1| ieclics wide, fron^ imd remand'1 Uijfi at 'sides. Binding—J of nil $ich wide The ibovn new style, introduced iu N8w York 01 Saturday March 0th, by Beebo & Costar, arc tiov really and for sale by J Nipril;8. MERRILL <B ROOT. ' ' ^MMlllk^lm- ' j. "¦JMiii-a1sa Wa \a \ffl - 51 im BY WAltNER BROTHERS; ; Of Great Bend, Pa., | 15,000 bus-hfls Oatl, 10,000 do. RyeJ ! 5,000 do. CorrJ, i 1,000 dy. Wli|at, 20>000 Jbs. nu:i>< "f Biittfr^ClieeseJLnnl, T11I1-_ . low. Pork, for which Jie highest prire wjll be paid. I ., Great Bund, Jan. 1817. .. j BOOT.'? & SHOES, coarse and linej of almost evtry quality and price, by l J MILL &. SHERMAN. - lMs^b^TT has been currently rcpqrtf.sflipi^ fl^B J- e<l througli tho county, iiiid JjtgjSmn ^^SmW 'a l',e declared opinion of hnn4^F^^ j *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

I SO Dozen \ piXELVCTRIA. Brush, Mole-skin audjsflk Hats^, ol I-tiill mid Winter Fashions, on liamtnt Merrill & Root's Hat Store, which will bn soft! cheaper than ev^r for ready pay. | -1 . "| K DOZ colered and nat. Lvnx, Gehc^t, and Co-JLkM Iiy Muffs, nt " Morrill 4 Root's. I 6 DO?., squirrel Boas and Ladies' Fnr <|ap« at 1 M & R's. ' *\fl ?T)°Z Otter, seal, Nutria and MjisUnit Vilj-»J\J;Cap*at |IS: K-fc , 9H sr)OZ- Men's ¦""' ""y'" Plain cl4h c,,Ps ¥ £i\3 different styles and quality, at | J| & R'sl 9 DOZ. Men's and Boy's silk and coltou glazeil Cajis, a few dozen fjuflidu Holies, Aui| aiiv'qunnt\- of hmr seid, sealet, and worsted Caps (it M it Rfs OQ fl'OZ. sph. coney, imitation brush, fur and * S%7 Hvool sporting, mid'wool Hats—alio Hat Cist's, Muff Cases, Cap Cases, &c. at |l & It's. /~vASH paid for Pells by. 1 M«t R. ; \- 1 BINGHAMTON Plow Points, for 1 So.-i-l l "' Side II ill do. f " jo Also Wjiyrte County Points at %{ Jfc R',...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

j HAMS! HAMS!| ! ^kstlsfiLBB- 1IAJIS wauCed i::linc,li:,|-lv. nt ! *JXJ\J SALlJfBtlJY'S. 20th Feb. IS 17. ' -l \ Jill! MIII1, i 1 - — ^ 1 T, l.lEi Publisher's of the People's Advocate, baif-^ni the use of nu entirely new and Jiindern mtsnrtmenlof JOB TYl'E, arc now prepm-edfe-execute, in a neat nnd satisfnrtorv stvle, all kinds'6f • T ITOB PRINTINb at prirei to suit tin- times. ' | PAaiPHLETS, I BlIX HfEADS, Ca|rds, , Catalogues, | H^MIBILI.S, Bl.AIVK^ &C. i Pruned 'Sou short notice, and iu tlie best! Style of tlie am. .' .. > • ' r: I I3f" 4 share of the People's patronagoi'is respecifully solicited. - J' 1 JnlV 9, 1846. , t |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

AT the Shop of JOHN GROVES, Sailor, twb dotirs below tlie J-"armcr's;St<ire, thoXew Yorjs Spring and Summer Fashions for 1847aand John himself ^nay always be found there, reijdV to measure his |patrous for any kind.of a suit fthey ma} choose to wear. It is 0 self-evident fact that meli must hove clothes, anil tho subscriber flitters himself that he can suit the taste of every one who may favor hijn with their custom. , I Cutkmg done on short notice, and so marked, thai " the wayfaring man though a fool may oot err" h\ making St up. ; ; | Ijfi Slerchnnlable produce and cash| will be tat ken far Work.' I i ":,! JOHN GROVEJSf Tailor, ji Montrose, May fi, 1047. * I I 47mU I 1 { . FLOUR. l| SUItB * RFINE Flour for sale by I- '' Aipfil 20th, 1847. Cliaudlor & Co } WANTED, i I XO.OOd Bushels Oats, 1000 bushels; Bye, 100 bushels Timothy seed, and 300 Firkins, fjairy Buttor^r which the highest market price tv{H bo paid by 5 ' Mills & German. June|, 1847. . !¦ ¦ ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

THE TBEASVBY OP HISTOKT Comprising * genial iniroetuctiry outline f of Universal History, ancient and,mod r dern, aud a sent* * f separate Histories 01 every pnncipal\ nation that exists,thetr ™*> prog™*, ftesent condition, *e. BY BAMCEI, MAJDNDEB, Author of 4he " Treasury of knojwlcdge," " Bionranh icalTrea«i7,''T-«J,itoin^ojMfscientit l ic Treasury,'' &c.,"including THE HISTORY OF AMERICA. EDtTED Br-JOHS IfrtriK, z,^ • The ropu*cation of thiavalkble work has beenwlncn^ u^0 *^^1 f^e ^^ «*h wiiicn u has been received m England but from Len f< ?n?id*ati ?,, °-fiU r**» ^™> «*5 tromUiefehcitous. adaption off the plan to.a want that has bean big and genera lv felfand fronTrto TbfuSm t ^"typanifestld in its execufen!l! (V,™,; 1 ?i ,-S1TU,Sm » •m81P wm*. "f no very asumcientoJS ^ . ^ simdar outlines of Uie history of every natW is ^> eu ™ nuu' ^ Pvfrv5 ^ 0™™?™* *to require Z culognun. F^ory person, wno cares at all for the acqusmouof «»efi.l knowled...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

IX IS WRITTEN IN THE BOOK OF NATURE AND OF COMmon sense, that the natural vegetable productions of every country are.Jf properly applied, amply sufficient for tho cure of every malady incident to each peculiar climate* Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills of tlie North American College of Health, arc composed of plants whimi grow spontaneously on our own soil, and are therefore betier adapted to our constitutions than medicines concocted from foreign drugs, however wellilhey may be compounded; and as they are founded lipou the principle that tlie human body is in trnili, Subject to but one Disease, viz-« corrupt humors, and that said medicine cures this disease on ^— ^ Natural Principles by cleansing and purifying the body ; it will be manifest, that if the constitution be not"entirely exlmiut-•?l—a perseverance in their use, according to dircctiuns, is absolutely certain to drive disease of evety name from the body.' W hen we wish to ijestore a swamp or morass to jertilhy, we drain it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

HYSLOp So COFFINl, Produce and General Commission Merchants, 4SFrbiitst; .W. Y. PARtlCBLAH attention kven to tlie sale of Bultei* and Cheese; Refer to Messrs. Mills &. Sherman, Montrose, Pcnn'a, who will make liberal advances on Produce ^consigned to their care, and pay over tho proceeds as soon as sold. New York,;July,J846. . ; 5—ly FIFTy CORDS WOOD wanted tins Spring in exchange for Goods at ', . - . 1 Salisbury's.. April fi, 1847-. : VESTJNG. A luroe variety of fMuibnublo Vesting just received at 1 ••¦<:..-.-i..- . >¦ •Salisbury's. March 25, .,, .,.,,,.i , , EARLSTQN GINGHAMS, And Gingham Lawus elegant and suitable for the season-Very-low at Salisbury's. March 25'1847. -i- c > ¦ -s - ",: '.:;,;:5SHAWLS.. . t^TUADlLLA, taglioni and De Lain Shawls of ijlM colors and styles, cheaper than ever oflei-ed in this market before, just received and nbW to be had at L !"::!>> Hr-'-i-V? '• ¦" .IJSaliabwys. . March;25,_18i7.r' f-i- -; t.-t....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

- f3oetrn. | [ ¦ —,—. '— -~—i—*- , From Graham's Magazini, for June.. THE SOUL'S SEARCH. ' • * j. ' BY THOaAJ BtJCHiKAS REE!). A v -eary, wandering ioul ami, j C Vrburtbened with an earthly weight; . A fiilmcr tlirough the'world and sky Si -eking the celestial gate. Tell me, ye sweet an4 sinless floWera, W ho all night gaze Inpon the skies, Hav; ve not in the friljmt hours, Si en ont of Paradisj; f Ve liirds, that soar and sing, elato \\ ith joy which makes yonr voices strong, : - Havp yo not at the crystal goto C night somewhat q{ yonr song t Ye ' waters sparkling in the morn, ' ¦. • Y'. seas, which hold the starry night, •I ln\ p ye not from its imperial bourn ' 0 uight glimpses of its light' , Ye hermit oaks, and sentinel pines, Y ; mountain forests| old and grey, & In all your long and winding lines, ! Ha\e ye not seen the way 1 i j Thcoi moon, 'mid all tjhe starry bowers, Yhow thou the path the angels tread, ¦> Seek thou beyond th< azure towers , T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

HONEST AXP IIAPPI iir i.iN.trs ba.vks. nso. Tlidrr's much in the- world that is doubtful, Ttherc's much we shall ne'er understand-!—\\ \k- virtue should lite in a Poor-hoose, And vict\on the faj of the land. Koritb<n*i* who are frtttful and peevish* Thi> (iuiv remains to fulfil: Hut try t" lie honest and happy. Ami let the world do as it will. TJir- prior wretch who walks upon crutches, . "(fay often be envied far more Titan he who in splendid apparal, C an shut on the beggar his door 1, ! Ie cares not for claret or sherry I Of venison he has not his fill—' Ye he dares to be honest and happy, And lets the world do as it will. He boasteth no lordly possessions, ISn liVery at table to wait: llfl mukelh no hollow professions To cheat his friend sooner or late; f liej ruins no hard-working tradesman, • IV ho gets but a curse for his bill; i Bu|t tries to be honeaj, and happy, And lets the world do as it will. iUi joins not the bowl or the wassail, He seeks not the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

I 1}3%r; fronjthe Knickerbocker.¦ EIGHTljlSTHSfji THE Bi^KS 6F THE AM1Z0S Brazil., as our. readers are aware, is " by nature" one of the most magnificent countries in the world ; arid of all its provinces, Para, the name alike of the province and its principal city, is the hiost beautiful: the luxurieut " Amazonia1' is all included in its boundaries; nnd'is indeed what is termed the''" Paradise of Brazil;" It has been little explored, and little is even now known of the numerous Indian , tribes dwelling in the interior. The scenery of the Para river, on which the town is situated, is unsurpassed for richness and varibty; its climate is delightful^; hs birds ore j numerous, and of the most gorgeous plumage,; it has an extensive variety of quadrupeds, from the spotted jaguar to the little Mlarinazete monkey ; and its insects glitter conjtinunlly in the pure atmosphere, dazzling the eyes with the light of gems. Every description of natural history, in finfe teems with'splendid "s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

From the National Intelligencer Till! ORPHAN BOY. I " He faded, yet so. calm antl meek, ! ' . So gently wanv so feebly weak." i Thei bustle of the fight was over; tli^ prisoners had been secured and the jdecks washed down-; the watch piped, and the schooner had once more relapsed into midnight quiet and repose. I sought my! hammuck and soon fell asleee. But my {slumbers were disturbed by wilddrcams, which, like the vision of a fever, agitated aiid unnerved me ; the strife, the hardships of my early life and a thousand other thingsias figures, in a phautasmagora. Suddenly a hand was laid on ,my shoulder, and {sitting up I beheld the surgeon's mate. * Little Dick, sir, is dying,' he said. At once I-sprang from my hammock—little D ick was a sort of protege of mjine.-— He «-as a pale, delicate child, said to] be an orphan, and used la gentle nature ; aiid from the first hour I joined the .schooner, my heart yearned towards him, for I top had been friendless and alone in the worl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

j. A4vertii»««kcoa^ic^ yiaw ««d «th.U*ii \^mmM^^^^^m.fm' m^i^x' !te«tionhui^ei*win:.. xmtmr '-1,- 1 1 8^&!^?nb m^&rT"* .? «!>*/ IHolf Coluina v '>>/-!v,,dtt.;-'4 - toto -¦;•*- 8 00' ;One Colo,mn, do' " . ¦• !do '¦/'"" 16 SW iBunneaii pardii, do do 3 [00 j AlV other advertisements iiuerted at reamUfcl* if^fKfc'rr: ' ¦''':?'"-!¦ ?r""ii?f|j' j ¦ AdverUsetnenU should bo; marked wiui thaiidai I oer of insertions required. ' "' *,"' I*-'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

^It^iMes i*$&M PUBllSUED EV**T TBOBiDAT KORKI.^0, „|l ¦ JOS. BOYD. 'j^V (Offic< on the west side of the Pnbl o Avenge, j,. fEESrS.-ONE DOttJiB s^eu- li &**>& •' One foliar Fifty OentH if nor paid within *hree montta, ind if delayed nntfl after the expirstionof Iho year two dollars will be exacted. ! ;.., Discor tinnances -optional with the PnblUheni,: unless arreirages are oaid.; . f Letter i to the Publisher^ on ImBiness-with the bf-X\ce musi he iiost-paidisoi insure attentipn. . |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

etnm the |jterary World. "THEY BEA&D HIS VOICE." A scene of novel i|hd peculiar interest occurred at the May meeting of the New York Historical Society, t A learned paper upon the ancient trails add territorial boundaries of the far-famed Iroquois, hid enlisted the attention of the menibersso1 deeply, that the usual hour of adjournment was nearly forgotten. When the fender a ; length closed his dissertation, a mtghrber of the society rose and stated there wa|fa veritable Iroquois of the full blbod prese||t; and notwithstanding tl« lateness of ^.the hoir, the society would perhaps be gratified tpheftr any remarks he might be willing to offer on the1 paper just rend. T|je President, the Hon. Luther Bradish, wnfinly welcomed the"suggestion, and an Indian,- wit! all the characteristics of'his race Strongly printed upon his frontispiece, glided from under the shadow of the bookcases &nd plaited hjmself upon the floor. The ^Red-man smiled and bowed witli graceful sel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

FEOI THE AMY Later from Vera Cruz. Santa Anna's j Rcsigr, ation Confirmed .General Scott arrived at Pueblo—AH quiet there—Mexicans Erecting Fortifications near the flapita I—Reported Imprisonment of 'Ahlpnte— Expedition against Tabasco,^* * ' Fb|derk ksbbro, June 18. The schooner jZenolia, arrived at New Orleans, brings tera Cruz dates of the 3d instant. The American; Eaghi, of the 2d, contains the letter of Santa Anna resigning the Presidency undc* date of the 29th ult.. Congress had not acted upon it at the latest dates. The Eatje says that his resignation has been followed by that of General Bravo as Vice President, but there is probably some confusion hi this, as the Vice Presidency was abolished in order to get rid of Gomez Farias, npdlias not been established again. Bravo was recently in command of Pucbla, and yet more recently at the head of the army of the cent *e. The Eagle say]s that the election of President was to take'place on the 15th inst., meaning probaGlj- tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

An Alabama Volunteer at Sea. The Baton Rouge Conservator relates the following amusing anecdote of nn Alabama volunteer at sea, on his way to Vera Cruz : " One tall volunteer from the pine lands of Alabama, was unhappy for the want of employment; he sauntered about looking for.' something to do,' when it occurred to him that he might, as he expressed it, ' take a good wash.' He was a tall lank fellow, with*a shqekey head of grassy dried hair hanging down his shoulders. With ndeliberation consistent with an idle sea voyage, he commenced rubbing the turpentine soup of the ship into his hair with commendable vehemence. He had cause to take u great deal of pains, tor he observed to himself, ' that he had an acre of barracks mud on him.' ~ r It must be observed, that all thi« while the vessel' was ploughing further into- the sea, and by the time the • Alabama rose" had soaped himself, the Mississippi water in the wash room had become exhausted, and he threw his bucket over the ve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

-—TT" - Discovery of a Remarkable Cave. Pout Kennedy, Montgomery Co., i June 9, 1847. J To the Editors of the forth American: —I have this minute returned, coated with clay from head to foot, frobi the exploration of a remarkable cavern, which has just been discovered in the lime quarries of Mr. -John Kennedy, of this place; ! Having seeh a slight notice of it in one of your city papers, I set out in company with three gentlemen of Phoenixville, to visit it. We provided ourselves with the necessary torches, and entered the narrow aperture, laid bare by a recent blast.1 After creeping some thirty feet, the cave suddenly expands into a magnificent subterranean hall, forty or fifty feet in length, and thirty in height. This ball has a beautiful natural cornice and vaulted ceiling'; when illumed with forty or fifty torches it presents an appearance grand and imposing in the highest degree. Following a steep ascent, one of our party discovered a small crevice among jthe rocks. Ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

¦ rfjjp^tymlf. j,< ¦ ArrtWsU.f«keC««.ria. -j 8IXTIRN PAYS LilEI FIOI EDMPg; Decline in bleaA stuffs—Death of O'Cmnel, the great Irish AgUatonl | - j' Nfcw York June tf, 1847f ¦ ¦ The Steamshib Cambria was telegraphed below Boston this morning! at a quarter past six o'clock, and! reached die dock at a quarter of u&e o'clofeki; I i LivEBPoofi,* June |th 1847.4-Cwtj Jworket.—Notwif hstabdipg the stagejspcculati^ns entertained ipreviously to the [departure; of the last stealer, that the cornlrbarket would maintain its! upward tendency; tlie unusual fineness W the water, promising a favorajble home harveit, had the effect ?f materially depressing prices, and of course contracting the extent of average transactions, ]; The advicjes however, brought by the Caledonia of light stock in the American pdjrts, have created considerable activity, andithe dreaded relaxation that has wjken, placet in pressure of ihe money marked, has largely tended to re-establish a freer des...

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