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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

;;^| ^ p ATETOj^riHaireg:^;; atwe Cerate, and-b^be^ it aa mvahubbjeure for btS^r-byin^iKnx^ :Sof:' (^:., j^U-: :. |V " Ii' — fi ...-•-".' 4 ::.ih iBDWAED WHITE. -T?eymm, March^-i^imt;; p* This may certifythat We lave used L.Scott's Sanatiye Cerate, and-we kn^it to be a valuable rem. edyfor scalds or bums, and therefore willingly contribute oiw testimony raits favor. ' " :U1 ?.-"''"':' '""' ¦'¦"•^* 4!, lr-? >'; EtBAlipB LINES, •¦' •¦ - - -(¦¦•-• »-. 5.>DAVID%AaNBR,5 r :,. ; 8,C -HATDBHs:--..:. Franklm, 8us.m ?o.,Es. ?p1>. 26,1S47. ; ,. '¦ / ' '¦'-'•¦* ^•rJ^->'- ¦:,-:•..- ¦-- ( •¦'.'-" -,' TWsis to certiryfrnalli hare Used Scott' derate; ami find it the most efficacioq* remedy forAurin, or fiWPPPea,haad».orlips|,thati;have eyjar^mwd. and recommendit to all ffiose "who mavbefliusaiBictcd: ;'« ' 4.^'^r" ^ '"'MHlTWEfitMtoJl ¦ New Milford, Jane 17,1847. 4.M J.-.L-P^ttjrSir; Jhaye"had.ample, onportmii. ty Of testing thevutre of your derate, anil have found i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

1^ mSCELLANEOUS APVrS; THE ¦TBEASltH«': OF lllSTORT, Comprising di'general introductory (oafline of Universal .^tstp ry, ancient'"and tnoddernf aud a series of separate Histories oj every principal-, nation that exists1 , ^heir Vise, progress,present condition, $rc. BY '&anJ!EL iiAUNDEK, I [ Author of the "Treasnry^of knowledge," " BJlograph' icaV Treashry,'f" Literaiy andScientific Treasu|yi" Aic., including I ' THE HISTORY C>P AMERKJA,. EP1TED Bti ipnrf INMAS, ESQ. j The republication tf this Valuable' work hasl teen undertaken partly on^ccbunt'of the high favoij with which it has- been., received in England, but chiefly in consideration of iu intrinsic value, arising from the felicitous adaption of., the. plan to a. want that has been longand. generally felt and from the judgment and fidelity,manifested in its e.tecurion.— The idea of giving in a single-work, of no very formidable dimensions, and at a price which brings it within the reich ofl-very moderate circu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 July 1847

I^onamL Seottj* Co's FOREIGN PERIODICALS. THE LONDOS WAETEHIlY EEVnSW, THE EWNBUBfS EEVIEwT, < ¦; f , ¦ , THE WESTMINSTER .BEVnEW,.; - THEI NOBTH BBIT1E5H KfeyiEW^ iuul. • BJ^tflWOOD'SpDlNBDRG^ MAG A^INEV;' The above Periodicals dro reprinted in New Torkf, immediately on their arrival by the British Steamcrs, in a beautifuldear type, on fmo>vhile paper, and are faithful copies of the originals—Blackwood's Magazine being an cJtactfqc-timUe M Uib Edinburg ediuon.' L'?'-'- \l 'r .-'.r^^i- ¦ The prices of the Be-prints are less than qne-third of those of tlie foreign copies,. and,#while' they are equally well ^tTip^th^ y afford all that advantage to the America* over the Encfiii reader.x ¦ :'- -;«i-;|TEHM8; "^ ; PATSITERT Tajaa MADE IK ADVANCE. For any one of thefiiur Bcvicws, ' ..- $3,00 a yesr. Foranytwo' !i,..,.,,|' do. . 5,00 •" For any three, " 's | ..do. 7,00. ," For alffouf of the Reviews, ' - < 8,00 " For Blackwood's Magazine; 3,00 ""' For Blackwood and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

i THE BB0THEBS. BT C. iFBAOUS. 1 Vo are but two—i he others sleep Through death's untroubled night; i Ve ore but two—<), let us keep > The link that bi ids as bright. ; Heart leaps to hea it—the sacred flood : ' That waiius us i I" the same; ": 'hat good old mat —his honest blood. _ Alike we fondly claim. '! i Ve in one mother" i arms were lock'd— ;) Long be her low repaid ; ; j J n the same cradle we Were rock'd, "I Round the same hearth we play'd. ; t 'ur boyish sports ^ vere all the same, j Each little joy ai id woe; | I,et manhood keep alive the flame ; Lit up so long uf o. V,re are bol two—be tliat tlie band To hold us till we die ; 5 houlder to shpuld ;r let us stand. Till side by side we lie. Flora the Pnblic^Ledger. THE II ORSE. [ Dur ng the beat of sort taer, persons who use horses should be rpreful to diive slowly anil water the animals frequently, first washing the mouth and bathing the head of the h )rse with a sponge ;\ there is mi <ii nger ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

JtttBcdfona. Fron the Attica Telegraph. A R eminiseence of Border Life. an " cattirac«is." *\ Ln tiie dark days of oar Revolutionary struggles, there lived' rpany brave, noble arid generous men, who did much to wards achieving th : independence of this now prosperous and happy nation, by acting singly, or with a chosen few ujion whom they could place the utmost reliance. This mode of warfare, though carriid on in a comparatively snail Way, was far more efficacious, in proportion to the numbers engaged in it, than'the operations of the largest bodies of soldier* who fought in the fort and open field. They did not generally accomplish ntucho i a single occat ion, but were constantly at work, either acting on the offensive, or furnishing information to,the bead-quarters of the American arm v. This, in fact, was the only way by whici the hostile tribes of Indian! could be effectually punished for their wanton and malicious depredations.— Every reader knows that they were instigate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

BEPOBT —*— '«. —. . 'i_i Ufa tale Ke-survey ana-Examination of the North Branch Canal—shotting its present condition and probable Revenue—by Wm. B. Foster, )«.,-Civil Engineer. Hon. GaRRICK MALtEEt, President N. Bi (Tonal Company, Sir—In reply to thel request contained in your communication of the 6th November last, I immediately proceeded to make, in person, a careful re-examination of the North Branch Canal, in its whole extent; and now respectfully submit a r^jiort upon the present condition of the worlc, with estimates of the cost of completion, the probable revenue to be derived from -it,; together with some other suggestions which; are deemed pertinent to the subject. An union of the valley of the Susquehanna with the great Western Lakes, and opening a convenient avehuelfbr exchanging the rich mineral staples ofj Pennsylvania for those of New York—entered into the earliest . plans of internal improvement presented to the Atlantic States. It Was embraced also, in the gr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

Mtyt ^eoyie'g ^l^omt^l ruBListtiD svsar -t avKsvt.x, »u»o, ,aX(. .' . . jps..:Bp¥D..;;. ....... 'MV (bffic b on the west si*'»of the Public Avenue.) i JEE1 US.—ONE DOM A.E.» yesr inadvanee.,. | One Dollar Fifty Oenti if not paid within three mouths, sna if delayed «»ttl sfter the expiration bf thryeaj two dollars wEl be exacted. J.r> .¦; .{ , Disco ltintumccs optioni 1 with, the r^bUshers, nnleiVarri arages are paid. 'L '[. "¦' Iiette: t to. the Poblishe is on bnsiness. with the office mm t be post-paid to insure attention. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

WHT THE OCEAlf IS SALT . The soilness of tlie ocean has usually been regarded as a special provision of nature to guard against certain inconveniences which might otherwise have resulted. The presence' bf so much saline matter in solution depresses the freezing point of the' water many degrees, thereby diminishing the dangerous facility with which fields of ice are produced in the polar regions, jit has been said also, tflot the salt is; useful in checking evaporation, and also that it aids! in preventing the eorraption of the!water by the accumulation ofanimal ^andi wgetabge remains. Wiibout^for » moment, a^eit^nih gtlMractdenul .^b^fiu.'^^ltio^ftloni . the cjreumsta'nee under diicuisioii,.nnd which in no eaW* atJleait are quite obvious, it riiay be stiggested' that the taltneM of the sea maybe eoosidered rather as an j inevitable result of the, present disposition of tbimrsitha^ a special arrangement expressly ijntended to fulfil certain particular objects. 'j 'T '" ,j'?: *:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

GES. SULLIVAN'S EXPEDITION INTO THE OEJi ESEE VALLEY. Mr. Headly, in his second volume of f Washington and his Generals," describes in his usual felicitous style, the expedition of Gen. Sullivan into the Genesee Valley. The Indians of the Five Nations had committed terrible ravages on our frontiers, and Sullivan was sent 10 bum their villages in the wilderness, from the Susquehanna to the Lake of the Iroquois. The army made its toilsome way, first through the vast extent of woods from the Delaware to the Susquehanna. " At length the whole force assembled at Wyoming, and on the 31st of July took their final departure. So imposing a spectacle those solitudes never before witnessed. . An army of three thousand men slowly wound along the picturesque banks of the Susquehanna—now their variegated uniforms sprinkling tlie open fields with gay colours, and anon their glttering bayonets fringing the dark forest with light, while by their side floated n hundred and fifty boats, laden ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

AdTnt^mestscoo^itaoudy averted*! *•¦» d rates of FirTTpKiT>PCTJnsan for the f^sssl rw«»TT>Frv« Ci«!rsadraioiai Ibr iiiTli iiilltssasit' i asenioB;. -•.-*.>• .• '*¦ ---f ¦-¦¦¦-.i-™^?.?^.vi.^ v^.^k?-^": - •liPssriyiiadjertia^^ tewtwiiyiBotto-exeeaa,.,, J -*±i' "¦" ^"™??5 \ ! taarter.Coliaw.wiuluspi^ta^ i One Oolnaui, ':. do'? 4U': -?"J'*f*W^;r'-*S4Wi -¦ BM^Csfdsrt-.-vM" '4»J..f: ri^a *•':*%=«¦ i ;A11, other .advertisements inserted at frtsMiMi rstesV-'l-" ,".""".' 'T •-."[•.'-=.** ¦'¦-'• --Hni..DrC-.; ¦ .^bvrtisYnyitsihbuuTbe'^^ ' w.ofuuertioiurequired. ¦ Vp.-j-k #i*.S-"s--:s{'t«M'~--^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

FROM THE ARM' From the Public Ledger. Late from Mexico. General Scott at'Pufbla, awaiting Reinforcements—Ao Quorum oj the Mexican Congress—J/r.j Trist with Gen. Scott\—Every Avenue to the Capital fortified*—Obstinate Resistance to General Pillow's Advance—His Loss Severe—American Prisoners at Liberty in the Capital. : Washington, July 15th, 1847.! By the arrival bf the Steamer Alabamo, the Picayune has'direct advices from the city of Mexico to the morning of the 26th ult, and Puebla to the 30th. Gen, Scott still remained nt Puebla, awaiting the reinforcements on the rone), under Generals Cadwttlader and Pillow. The news from the Capital was. indefinite. General Scott states that he bad informed the Mexican Government that Mr. Trist was with him, and authorized to enter into negotiations.of pence. Santa Anna had vainly endeavored to procure a quorum of the members of Congress to consider Geto. Scott's proposition. It is supposed that General Scott will have to march into the ci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

$$ jWidi£^^ ii' JOS. BOTD, FtTBSJSHEB. i "^ ;' *"**—IM**^** ¦ * ' _ in,, A ,i jfaimii injni »-ihri --'¦-! 1- - - I, hi | " Here shall the Press, the People's rights maintain, Uuwedby influence, and unbribedhy gain." -* -i*-fc-i0~»-ir»- *"lB-n-i*' " " '¦'¦ *^y« »j-uui_m ¦^j»->'Mtf^~"^~*~r'~^*"~'"f*'"i"'^"'"Wi''^>'V.f MONTROSE. JULY »*. 164*. j DEMOCRATIC N8MNATI0HS. . Von governor, ' ' ; FRANCIS R. gttUNK. of Attegkeny ea. \ . ! CANAL COMMISSIONER, MORRIS IiONGSTRETH. of Montgomery co. * . i WHIG NOIIJUTtOHS. "r \ For Governor, i JAMES IRVIN, . of Centre co. i Canal Commissioner, JOSEPH W. PATTON, opG. mnberlaitdeo. ' ' ¦ \ (^ We acknowledge the-receipt of No. 10 of I' The Treasury of History," puhlisfied by Daniel Adee, 107 Fulton-street,JNew York, and Nb. 13 of " Chambers' Cyclopedia of English Literature," published by Gould, Kendall &. Lincoln,"59 Washingtonstreet, Boston—both of which we cheerfully commend to the patronage'of the public. .^ ¦ ; " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

THE NORTH BRANCH CANAL We this week publish the Report of Win. B. Foster, jr., of n late re-survey of the unfinished part of the North Branch Canal, made under the direction of the Company. It will! be seen that Mrt Foster estimates t^e amount necessary to coriiplete the line to Athens, Bradford co., ot $1,006,037 00 ; he olsb gives a most Mattering and wc believe just estimate of the probable dividends the Company will receive on the completion ,of the line. ' . The importance of o speedy completion of the N. B. Canal lias been so frequently brought to the attention of the Beople and Legislators of our State, and the great benefits that would Accrue on suph. completion are so, well known, that it would seem almost superfluous to reiterate them ; yet the able report of Mr. Foster presents the whdfg matter in so cleor a light, that its interest will amply excuse the space it occupies in our columns. The project of connecting the North Branch Canal with the N. Y. & E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

—: *-: ' - : The Chicago; Convention; : The long talked of Convention for the improvement of Western Harbors and Rivers. assmbled at Chicago on the 5th inst Delegates appeared from j nearly all' the Statesand Territories, which shows pretty1 clearly jhat public feeling is. a wakened to the importance of developing the indefinite resources of the giant. West 1 Hon. Edward Bates,, of Missouri, was chosen to preside over the Convention; assisted by tk large number of" jFice Presidents andiSecretriries. iLettors ivere read} from Mr; Jlfjin Buren, Hejnry Clay, Sila4 Wright,^Thomas HI Benton „ Lewis Cass; and other distinguished gentlemen, all of j whom had been specially awited, but were "prevented from attendingij—fThere seen>ed to be gre&t unanimity t)f feeling amongjall with regard: ^ ,^e JaVo>rad object of the Convention. Messrs.. Benton land Wright, in, theirjletters, discM«ed| the subject t^^w]^rjii^qA^i>*|M^HM-|ng that the improvement of Western,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

i Partfznn Candidates. T*l Tb i<* i -n a. .f .ne orapwra Keporter ot: Inst week $n one columnCm|imsbes the letter from Geti. Taylor to thlBincinnnti Signal, and in anptber columhaBys: "But-Whether Geh. Taylor will ta^tcnance such a scheme bf rascality, (running as the candidate of the People; irrespective of party,) there can be but one opinion-—it seems to us that he will promptly rebuke the conspiracy." It seen>s then, according to the Reporter, that Geh. Taylor's own determination tohave nothing to do with the manouvreings and' corruptions of party, is a piece of " rascality"-fthat the "old man," notwithstanding his devotion to his Country, notwithstanding "hjs having bared his breast to the bullets and bayonets of a foreign foe, is still a " rascal!]' And why? Simply because, having beeh annoyejl with thd importunities of this clique and that faction to become the can didate of such and such a party, he has had the patriotic firmness to give them all a cold...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

ASTHMACUREDBYJAYNES EXPECTORANT. Liunbertnlle, N. J., April 27, 1847. Dr. Jayne-^Desr Sir—By the blessing ofj God, your Expectobakt has effected a cure in me of ihe most distressing complaint. In December last, I was seized with great severity by a paroxysm- of ASTHMA; a disease with which I Had been afflicted for many years past. It -was attended with a hoarseness a£id soreness of the lungs and throat, together with B laborious cough, and complete prostration of strength, and worn out with suffocation, when a bottle of yonr Expectorant was bronaht "t& my house. At first I thought it was nothing Tint quackery, but seeing it was so highly recommended by Dr. Going, with whom I was well acquainted, 1 Vas induced to try it, and in a few days it completely cured me, nor have I ever had any return of the disease since. I have now formed so high an opinion of your medicine, that if I had b^yi few bottles of it, and could obtain no more, I would not part with them for ten dollars ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

TOW. YORK MAJSKeVBTS. COBBXCTSP WMM.1 FOB THE »|OM.»'g ADVOCATE ^eatflo»r,.perbarrel ; 16,00« 6,124 Coraineal , do .; . 4,00 ® — Wheat, perJauhel 1,25 » 1,30 f£& 3° .76 0 0,00 if1 *. ?° ,60 0 ,65 Barley^, do 0,82 ® 0,83 2"u' \ ,do 0,40 9 0,45 Batter perjb. Orange co. 0,20 <B 0,22 do \ western dairy, 0,10 ® 0,12 £h ?e'P?'M\\ - o-06 ® «.«- Beet, per barrel, mess, 11,00 011,75 do prime, , 8,50 O 9,25 Foik, per barrel, me**, ¦ 14^5 ^ ^ dp prime, s 12,50 013,00 Lard, per lb. 0,101© 0,11 Hams per lb. smoked 0,07 0 0,09 American wool, per lb. saron "0,35 o 0.37A do full blood Merino 0,34 O 0,38 «jo 1& J Merino *¦ 0,29 ® 0,34 do native $ l Merino 0>26 o 0,29

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LIVERY STABLE IN- ^ ' MONTROSE! THE undersigned, having established a LIVEEY STABLE at Gen. D. D. Warner's, in Montrose, is prepared to accommodate the public with fast and gentle ; Horses, and Carriages of every description, on reasonable terms. Pleasure parties will be furnished with two and four horse Carriages, and careful Drivers, on short notice. Believing that a'LIVERY STABLE of good horses and carriages will be a great accommodation to the citizens of Montrose and the public, if not profitable to the proprietor, he respectfully solicits the patronage of tlie riding public. D. M. DENISOX. Montrose, July 22, 1847.—58tf, REGISTER'S NOTICE. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given toall persons concerned in the following Estate, to wit: ROBERT H. ROSE, lateof Silver Lake township deceased, John £. Hodge, Executor. That the accountant has settled his account in the Register's Office in and for the county of Susquehanna, and that the same will be presented to the Judg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

' NJEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MISS WULABD'8 SCHOOL FOEYIUSBLiDlES | IN MONTROSE j ACADEMY. j- , THE next term will commence on Wednesday, July 7. Grateful for the Uberal patronage already received, ihe would respbctfully inbrm J»- rent* and the! friend* of education in thi* Tjeuuty, that her school will embrace the general *yrtem of government and instruction panned in ihe Female Seminaries of Massachusetts Good board can be obtained on .reasonable terms in respectable families. ¦ TERMS OF tUITSON. CommonLEnglish Studies, I - i! - -' $2,50 History, Botany, Nsi PhilosophyjiChemistry, 3^50 Painting and Drawing, (Exlja,) - - . 3:00 Music On the Piano, French and Latin will be taught, if desired. i i Mont«*iB Academy, July 5, 1847. 56\v3 REFERENCEi' ' * Hon. *nii. Jeisup, I Thonia* Johnson, Esq. Bern. S. Bentley, Esq., | Mason S. WHson, J. W. Rajfnsford, Esq., I N. C( Warner, Esq., Rev. Henry A. Riley, Rev. jSlin. Round. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

rut m TEAS AT NEW YORK:PRICES• ISAAC L. POST & CO., HAVE made arrangements with the NEW YORK REKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS m Montrose, and can furnish their Customers and the Trade, with Teas at theJaine prices that the Company charge for them. And in every case where these Teas do noteive satWaction, theiiioney will be paid back for them. The X°ong Hyson Tea mentioned in this Catalogue), at 50 eta. is superior to any thing sold in Montrose! at 62A cents. CATALOGUE OFj TEAS.x GREEN. ' , YOUNG HYSON, good \ _ do. ; do. sweet cargo ; {,() do. *-do. fine cargo ¦ 75 do. do. silver leaf.... "..¦..-. 1 qq Si'ftcr.ie<i/"-rSeldom sold even by large dealers, because ol the very small profitsimade on its sale.— This is a very superior Tea. i do, do. golden chop j 1 5Q Golden Chop—This is the fluent-Green Tea cultivated in China. It is of the first pickings, and ejteels air other Green Teas for jtt delicacy of flavir strength and aroma. Heretofore this Tea has neve...

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