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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

f Ijf pptopiic's; t^itiotdtc. rCBLlSltED SVKBT THI'BsnAT MOAKI.NO, BT .' I DOW & BOYD: j (Office oil the west side of the Public Aveirac.) 6 —T—• - ^ "TERMS.—OXE DOT.LAU a yenrin adv^incc. I Qne Dollnr Fifty Cents ifnot'^iaid within three month*, andif delayed »uUl alter the expiiatipn 6f th»'year two dollai* will be exacfed. DucontuuWccs optional with tbe- I'abl«her», unlaw arrearages are paid. Letters tdytbc PuWi. iherH on liusiness with the office most be| post-paid to insane attention.- ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

i AIII.IL OP THE STEAMSHIP CAMBRIA. . . . ; i I *. .... -~ —j:.-..-.- Fifteen *mr* later flrom Europe. Passing oftkf Corn LtVm and Custom Du" j\ $e» Bill— Defeat of the trisk~ Coercion ,' BiU—Resignation ofthe Peel Ministry—i. The] Whigsjin office—Election of Cardinal Perattibs Pope—JKoti in Ireland—!Rke CqffrA troubles continued—poy in "" conugitence-pf the settlement of the Oret.,.gon-qw*tiom, > •'-._• : The, steamship Cambria arrived at Boston on, Friday] evening! about 7 o'clock, bring advices t)om Liverpool to the 4th and . London to thef3d iosti";-, The|speechJof Sir,Robcrt Peel on resigning tbe* Premiership Js an important state paper. 1 $»7e giteeome extracts from it. The [London Times regards the~new ministry favorably *. ^ Sjr Robert Peel views it without, j«aJou "ay and^ with a friendly eye. The geaefid-iinpreition is that the new Premier -will ftastUy^wind up the business ofthe jaeMionHan d dissolve Parliament in the course of tbe autumn,' TbCiCottonf Mark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

^Election Pope Pins EX. Thfc election of the new Pope is a 4ircumstance which has attracted much of he attention of tbe continental journals. I lis Holiness takes the title of Pius IX. 1 [is age is|58. As regards years, he is one of tbe youngest of St. Peter's successors, t tid if all that is said of him be correct, he c unot fail to make a shrewd temporal rule: in addition "to the functions of his spiritual office. ijThe Pope's dominions have bithe to labored Under the stigma of being, politic illy andg municipally, far in arrear of tbe a je. By raising the physical condition and he mentaj character of his subjects, tbe r :w sovereign of the Papal States will dt> mi oh to conciliate tlie respect- and the esteem of the wdrld- The previous habits and cl nracter <jf the new Pontiff do credit to be judgment and impartiality of the toncl ive which elected hiim ' The] new pontiff, who is a natiw of he papal states^ of a noble family near Apco la, wHo entered the pri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

^ ; Tariff Idea, Lookj Ahead ! We have received numerous cpmmuuicaUoiu and ai many inquiries touching what! coarse, under the circumstances, should be parsuedjat the approaching election, in tbe selection of a candidate for Representative from this Congressional District. We know not what to advise, but insert this answer for all: If the friendt of the Tariff if 1842, and opponents of Mr. iTKay't Bill of Igitilunilc upon this distinctive question—hold Conventions in the three several Counties jchick compose tkii Dittrict—appoint Conferees—and in Congressional Conference, a Democratic Tariff Candidate is nominated, he shall receive from us a conscientious and energetic support. We adopt this course because we believe it will be approved by the enlightened Democracy of Susquehanna County, and our petrous generally iu this Congressional District. Wei entertain no feelings of personal disrespect toward Mr. Wilmot, neither are we under any political obligations to advocate his elec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

Canal Commissioner. V\e this week, in accortiance^with Uemocrauccistom, cheerfully hoist the namejof Wm. B. Foster, Jr. our candidate for the important office of Canal Commissioner. Though convinced that the " one ' term principle" is soundly Democratic, and m ordinary cases should be adhered to, yet Mr. Foster having been duly nominated f^y the last 4lh of March Convention, vviU receive onr cordial support. We know him to be competent, and to have performed the responsible duties of hat office during the two last and current years, w; th fidelity to the great improvement interests of the Commonwealth. ¦ These commendatory circumstances ensure him tri. umphant success. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

. I " FUUBl --i . The alarm of fire which vousedour. citizens on the. afternoon of Tuesday, w»» occasioned by the burning of a small ontAttfaie belonging to Col. M. C. Tyler; which evide^dyloccurrea from accident A large and violent flam* enveloped the building when first;discovered to be on fire, which was in a very few minutes checked and- Utterly subdued by Water from our majestic town pump, -which; by the application of two strong men at its lever, was made to emit a stream which would have filled probably two barrels per minute. ] If we' had an fingni'e of appropriate eixe', our public and other buildings in their vicinity would bei very well secured against damage by; that destructive element Mctist t—There'mast have been a mutiny somewhere-about town on Tuesday evening last, judging from the signal which was displayed from the tall Whig-Polei By our. Colour Regulations on sea and land, the National Flag &t half-mast is a token of death, and with the unioi} dov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

Another; Concert. We stepped into the Cburt-boo.se on Monday evening to witness an " Entertainment" which was being sold to our citizens" by one'Isaac G. Lros, consisting of " Dramatic Hecitations, Comic and Sentimental Songs, Imitations (of celebrated actors," &o. " Erin is my Home," His introductory effort, was very well sung. HU|voi^e is very good, but might be improved by increase of volume, which was quite evident in his effort on the word " smile." His recitations were interesting, fyit would have been more so, had they been les} rapid. A too hasty reader is likely to loose sight pf his author's meaning, and consequently fail in emphasis. His Irishman, Frenchman aud Yankee, spouting Shojkspere, was admirably performed. On tjie 4-hole^ we were very well entertained. \ ; /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

DemoctauterrnrfCKMilat^ In pursuance to a public; tall a large meeting of this Democrats of; the valley of Wyoming convened at the Court, House, on Thursday evening, July 23d, Ich<5, and the foIlowing:6fBcers were eledted and took their seatsV**'! "• '¦ j/' Col. GEO. ^1. HOLLENBiCK, iWt. : Hon. Luther Kidder, Hon./Wm. C-Keynolds, Gen: Win. S. Ross, John R. Wean* Geo; Fehstertttacfeer, Samuel i Davenports Vice Presidents. ¦¦ ' C. B; Fisher, C. W. Potter,®. G. Miner, Ji F.Tleynoldl, Secretaries. ,| 1 On morion of Harrison Wright, Esq., a , committee of tbirteerf were app^tited'to report resolutions for^he adoption ofthe nieet--irig.;- '¦ "t ¦"¦' / :' ' \ . J t ' Whereupon Im president appointed the following named gentlemen said computtee: iHarrisoni W?nA», Hon, ZibasBeiniett, 3: PL LeClercJ \% W. Reynold^ Jacob Kute, I B.,lb*>lpv/K. M. Covelli Jacob Bertfes, Cbl. Charley Ifcrrance,I»ac'Wbbd, Wto& Long, Hptdenfraugbii, Col li. L. Tate ^ John B.^aiignb. ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

^Bl^»W -^llK^^P^MaV s\\^^-^m ' ®l)c peopled ^tboocatc.! ¦- l ¦¦¦ —J--" Here shall the Press, the People's rights mamtaln, Unawed by influence, and unm^bed by gain." I i— r MOKTBOSE. MVI.T, 80. 1846. f FOB CANAL COHBII8SIONER, - ! WM. B. FOSTER, JR. \ OF BRADFORD COJUNTV. \ IS?" Our thanks are due Hon. D. Wimox for repeated favors, and Hon. K. Baoi head for a copy jof his excellent speech on the Tarif, >¦ » ^T— ' . -S f^* We have received sever il communications which we find it impossible to nuert this week.:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

Oar Kail Boat! Injtcrests.- Tlmugh wo participate in tlie deneral advantages incident to the public improyempijts with which we *"*» ** ¦»>• ai«faMw,«, .•arroande'Q, wguld it not. b« well to consider whether others tmgtu not advantageously be located more immediately in our vicinity. It has been ascertained, by tictoal snrrey, that a Bail Road might be erected btetween tbe Great Bend and Tunkhannock, without a stationan- power, aud with a grade not exceeding forty-five degrees upon any one mile of the whj>le distance. The route would be, from the mouth QijSalt lick Creek, at the Great Bend, up to its source, which is also the source of Martin's Creek, as both of those streams originate from one and the same spring, or fountainhead—thence down, Martin's Crepk to its juncture with Tunkhannock creek, into wflich it empties—thence down Tunkhannock creek to its month at the flourishing Borough of Tunkhannock, the county seat of Wyoming county. This! proposed Road wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

From Washington. By ourj latest advifc^s from Washington we learn that no definite actiun'has yet been l,«J on M'Kht-V TnrifTbilt in the Bonotri Messrs. Evans, of M; line, Niles, of Conn. Cameron, of Fa., Webster, and others have < , i ¦ ¦ spoken upog the subject eloquently and truly, and we yet may indulge the hope that the Senate will reject tbe bill. Spirited pub lic meetings have been held in all the North, and delegations consisting of our best men have-gone; to Washington to aid in procuring the defeat of the obnoxious measure.— The Washington correspondent ofthe N. Y. Journal of Commerce says," If the Tariff bill should pass; it will pass against such a body of influence asl was never arrayed against any measure before." -The important joint Resolution relating to the Congressional Printing has passed both houses, by which a reduction of some $15,-000 is made from fonder prices. It is said thut the Resolution cannot affect the contract already made with Mesers....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

; AceMeat • ¦ tk« UrtSmpm,^? ¦ W«:IU™ fc^-.»fc*'fVlvi:>ii..- W^> Friday morning the Mtk »ai'^j^^ ing tram from Mid^etown to^^^^ came near Seamancville, a ^rioual ^t.^ occurred by the breaking of one oft-nt wheel*, andirunuing off the track. ^ W of Dr. Crane,; of Goshen, and^tgn'arlelH* vens, Gr»cer|of New York, were inatan \ j kitted, ind lerenl otWw'iiii^af^f' wounded. f !f £.- "^ Gr*l suggesljon has just by^', m^e us, which we heeds* wuftn£>of 4-^-j* ° » . \. ¦" -t, r *»«weratton. It is tour. Supposei tfcatnnfc. jin,, tion of tbe Borougb CounfiloTS^" an Auctioneer should be ntipointed; to vend on certain day* of court *eek, and at «h times, if desired, at public out&ry w? article, a* may bo committed 4jfcn^ * purpose. Thi* "i» done on l$miPVOfiti that our Taifgen have manrfSbl,of ** value to them, which migb/be quie ^ rl to-farmew.and i^^l&tr hsmnsiZ article*, important to «», which they would slightly appreciate—that such item* of pw e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

-¦ ¦—^SJJJ., ,.,.¦„ _ j, TauriaT neetlnff. At a meeting of tbe Democratic citizens of Sunbury, held in the Court House, in" pursuance of previous notice, on Tuesday| eveing, the 14th insj., on motion of A. Jor-| dan, Esq., Hon. LEWIS DEW ART, wusl chosen President; Peter Panel, Thomas; A. Billington, George Martin and Francis Bucher, Esqg., Vice Presidents, and John B. Packer, Esq., Secretary. The object of the meeting having been! stated by the chair, on motion of C. W< Begins, Esq.," Resolved, That a committee of seven be appointed to report resolutions expressive of tbe sense of the meeting. Wherupon the chair appointed Charles W. Begins, Wm. M. Gray, H. C. Masser, Esqs., Hon. Geo. C. Walker, Wm. J. Martin, Esq. Dr. D. T.Trites and George Bright .said committee, who, after a short absence, returned and reported the following preamble and resolutions, which, on motion of A. Jordan, Esq. were unanimously adopted: The Democracy of Pennsylvania, since tbe adoption of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

Rcrtipts for the Heopks' idvotate, Fdr the week ending July 30,1846. Jonathan Miles* - j ?1,00 Pays to No. 58 MHls & Shprman, ! 1,00 " " 52 H. S. Knapp. 1,00 " " 53 J. ,A- Birchard, j 1,00 ", ,. " 5.2 Samuel Brondyge, ! 1,00 " ; " 52* Martin Hogan, 1,00 " ' " 52 Otis Newton," ! - 1,00 ' " " 52 Loren Wright, j ,50 " " 32 Hoijry Drinker. i 1,00 " " 52 Cha^nplin Harris, - ! , '1,00 " " 52 Jaimks O'Brien, ; 1,00 " '-' 5*2 A. Firdham, i .50 " " 52 Morrii Blakeslee, 1.00 " " 52 Julia* 8. Collin, i, 1,00 " " 52 Jacobus Bariev, 1,00 ", " 52 W. HADimmi'ck, ; 1,00 " " 52 H. B. IJeardsley, | 1,00 " -" 52 J. H. Hall. . i ,50 " " 26 James Hobinson, : 1,00 " " 59 C. flow; | 1,00 " " 52 J. O. SteVenson, ; 1,00 " "52 Lucius Collins, I 1,00 " "• 52 List of ifirors drawn to serve at the August Sess- ons, A. D. I84G. , ! \ Grand Jurors-Bridgwater—Harvy Patrick.. BrooklynAStephen BreeilJ Gilbert N. Smith. Chnconut—David Buffum,; Daniel Chamberlain. - Clifford—Wtlliam 8. Frierl >'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

. i Trial Ltet In the Comston Pleas of Stuquehomnty Cotmty for \-- iMgu*Qm,\W. ¦ M'Jntosh vi. Trowhridge, appeal, W3 Nov. T. 18«. O'Day vs. Bate*,feplevui, S7»AprllT. 1844. Same vs. same, replevin, 374 Ap. T. 1844. Ownp vs. TrumbtOl, appeal, 40S An. T. 1844. Mey vs. Lung, trespa»i 47 A»?- T-1844. Keeler v.. Ydungl appeal,.S70 Aug. % 1844. Baker vs. Mlllerijn case, 107 Nov. ,T. 1S44. Ward vs. Gray, ii ease, 89 Jan. T. 1845. Dowd vi. Boper, Appeal, lift Jan, T. 1845. Tingley va, CookJ in caaa, 33 Jan. T. 1845. Porter vs. Jackson, in debt, 48 Ap. T„ 1845. . Brooks vs, BakerJ m case,8l An. T. 1845. Welsh va. Leemai. treapiai, 101 kal T. «45. : Herrick et at vs. Millard et al sci. fa.:20Q Ap. T. !45 Gray vs. M'Keeb^, appeal, 304 Ap. T.', 1845. Arnold vs. Lee. aboeai. 913 An. T ¦ iaih. Williams va. Burdick, ejectment, 215 Aug. T. 1845. Adams vs. Johnson, appeal, 221 Aug.T. 1845: Scott va. Crandalli an. Is. 229 Aug. T. 1845. Youngs va, Beardsley, in debt, 54 J«ov. T. 1845. Tuttle v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

THE JMARKETS. CORRECTED WKEKLT TOR TlA PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE. ' 1 1 , 1 'INEW YOBK, JCtr 30. 1846. Wheat flour, perbjirrel $3,87 <9 4,00 Rye do do! 2^2 ® 2,75 Corn meal dot 2,62© 3,00 Wheat, per bushel; 0,80 ® 1,00 Sye. do 0,65 © 0,66 Corh &o .0,60 © 0,65 Barley, do 0,45 © 0,47 0at*» do 0,34 © 0,35 Fla*, per lb. American, 0,03 © 0.08J Tallow, per lb. rendered, 0,07 © 0.07A Butter per lb. Orange co. 0,15 © 0,17 "; do western dairy, " 0,1Q © 0,12 Cheese, per lb. . 0,06 © 0,07 Beef, per barrel, mess, " 6,50 © 7,00 do • prime, 4,50 ® 5,00 Pork, per barrel, mess, 10^74© 10^0 . do prime, . 7,87j© 8,00 Lard, per lb. 0,05}® 0,07 Hams per lb. sinok^d 0,05 © 0,07 Feathers per lb. live geese 0,25 ©' 0,29 Ox horns, per hundred, 8,00 ©12,00 Covtf -do ' o,oo i® 3too American wool, peii lb. gazon 0,36 ©' 0,38 do - full blood Merino 0,34 ® 0,36 do i&JMerim> 0^!8 © 0^1 do . native $• J Merino 0,24 © 0,26

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

^Du^ietmatts. ] SHERilFFS SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directedand d^vered will be exposed to public sale at the Coqrt-lhouse, in Montrose, on Saturday the 15lh day of August inst. at 1 o'clock, P. M. the following described real estate numbered as 1,2,. &c. and butted bounded and described as follows', to wit; No. 1. situate in the Borough of Montrose, in the County of Susquehanna, and State of Pennsylvania— Beginning ni; a post the North corner hereof, it being also a corner of a lot of land formerly belonging to-Isaac. Post, (now of E.- W. Hawley;) thence by said E. W. Hawley's and Isaac Post's ¦land south 28 deg. ejast-18 perches to a post; thence south 62 deg. west 9 perches to post; thence' by land of Stephen Hinds noijh-28 deg. west, 17 perches to a post; thence! by a public street north 54 deg. east, p perches and two-tenjlis of a perch, to the place of beginning {"containing nearly one acre of land, with the appurtenances, a large frame ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

THE subscribers {srelreceiviiig a large addition to their stock of Goods, which makes their assort- . ment equal to any establishment in town—which they offer at reduced pnees for READY PAY, , T j MllllS & SHERMAN. July; 22nd. 1846. J; I PRINTS, a-grcatjvartety' from 10 to 25 per cent, less than last spring prices, by - . ~"1 I 'i JMILLJg & gHERRUN. ' T>R0AD CLOT^LS from $1,374 up. Satineto, tt> Cassimeres, Sui.&i\ by- ; [ \ j j MILL'S &. SHERMAN. \T0bNG msOll Tea—6l6i. for one dollar, by X. i ' ;Mn.L^ & SHERMAN. L1JG TOBACCiBt6d.pirlb,by : , ' . MJLl J & SHERMAN, BOOTS & SHOISS, eosate sad fine; of almost every quality iml price, bV ¦ ¦.( i~ '¦ ' ) MtLLB a> SHERMAN. IRON, Steel, Nails & Hardwire , juit received by ' ' MILLS St, SHERMAN. '. :j ; ir^icfe;ir; "..: JA Lt penoni are h srehy cautioned sot to imrcbsie ?*• alNoto given by me to Hiram Courspey, dated \ July 4,1846ras mid note was obtained...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

f IS 1IB1IC1N AeilCllltTIIIST. mBi«I»r4)w» WOlsr pa> yij^fe #$£«».; ^>. JL i^muBbei^TenCenMrThrwao^feTwo Dollara. ' .. -. ^ •'. - if- - ; "--- <- ] r-IhZ^^M -sy^s iMiiM^t^^^^^jktt^ t«J, Wew Turks eMtaawttpagei, royal omv»i Each number of the Agricultnrist contanai btat o*B •beet, and krtraiuported by m«il uader A. aamd regulaooniai newspaperfc ^ yni: rua uy distance) not over 30 milea Wmthe^aMo4 * publication.; over': mU and within 100 nnlet,l.er to any town fa the State of; New Yorki one cent postage on each namber< •nd.one and a. half cents ifiayeeiOO mOiav^wkbout'flie'State*-'.. '" ;'.'''' - *f,C*r(:v.S ¦ J,& - "' It is »o much trouble to get »Jf«»t<f»w order paid, and it require* so muchbniiafi^tni jratJbacrK bers will please b«raAcrren^sJtB«)acy« directly to Sqetow* tlile* ,M theu-riak wt&asfmil'lsiJnK 1 1 •?"?* ?.P?,,D,e> tnat toe packaf* d°ea, jdk WccMi the weight of half an ounce, ttitui iUb3«^n| t&nt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 July 1846

THE Publiiher*iof^ People's Advoriate,h*v\ , ing the use of an entirely new and: mddeRI •»»' ¦ ortment of JOB TYPE, are now prewired to aaetute, in a heat and satis&ctory style^ au kmds of. jf ;„.. 1 JOBPBWTIIC' at prices to suit the times. ' . ,£.;...., . Pamphlets, | | | BiixHeajpI; CaBPS, ji CATALOGOEf^ Handbills, 1: Blanks,:«fc& ; Printed on-ihort notice, aud in the beat (tyle of the Ait, . ;.. . ' " I' ' :i :r: - ¦' ""' ^A share of the People's r*Oro»age tareapeetfully solicited. ',' -i ¦ . 1 j - July 9, 1846. i! ¦ DOW oV BOYb. , BEGISTEB'S JfOTlCE.i PUBLIC NOTICE i^hereby given to aU jperaona concerned in tbe following Estates, to wit ^ ', The Estate of JOHN LARGSTAFF, lateof Bwoklyntownship,deceased,. ;; /-. r-l' -'-r' Abel Hevctt, Surviving Admnutrator. V The Estate of WILLIAM KN.VPP, late of Lepox township, deceased, ¦ i,'"^';)1"^'' - Isaac Knapp, Adanntitntor-The Estate of ROBINSON WOOD, kte of New Milford township, deceased,: . j „ -' MnKinniej, jAd^nrtw...

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