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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS. ^ Fflffi NEW TEAS. AT NEW fOBR PRICESLM. KEXFOBD, of BINGHAMTON, • N. Y,., has made" arrangements with the NEW YORK_PBlON TBA COMPANY ^ for the sale of TEAS in Binghamton, and can furnish his customers, and the trade, with Teas at the same prices that the Company charge for them in New York, which is, at least, from one to two shillixrgs cheaper on each pound than the Grocers sell at- And in every case -where these Teas do not give satisfaction the money will be paid back for them. s Catalogue or Teas. « f GREEN. Young Hyson, goodj, $0 37J do. do. sweet cargo, .w do. do. ' fine cargo, 75 do. do. silver leaf, -' 1 00 Silver Leaf—seldom sold even by large d« alers, because of the small profits made on its 1 ale—is a very superior Teado. do. golden chop, 1 50 Golden Ckop—Tiat is the finest Green T< a cultivated in China. It is of the first pickingi, aud excels all other Green Teas, for the delic icy of its flavor, strength and arena. - Heretofore t...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

,^^ QQQp|, At, '. x ixotis* ~^ p abW r^erVing a lumnaumojlot of 'Diry Goods, Crockery & Hurdware, Books & Stationery, Groceries, Dye-stuffs, Nails, Fish, &c. »&c. Ttaijkfui to friends for paitfitvors, he hope* by Mllhur^beap to receive a liberal than of then- patronJge. tyBecoUect,forOA8Hatleast,beisnot to be undersold. Mimtrose, May 13,1847. . - II^ANTBD, Geese Feathers, Butter, Bags, Beea-^V^ax7 &c. *c- J.LYONS. May 13; 18<7. BOORS. LARGE Family Bibles for tus; also common and pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and AflsaesV Arithmetics , Grammar*, Philosophical and Chemical*Books; Cobb's, Saunders', and Town's Spelling Book; Porter's Readers. A good assortmVnt of Toy Books and Tickets. Also, the new Hvmn Book* for the Presbyterian, and Baptist societies. Methodist Hymn Books,' Blank Books 4c. ic. for sale by J- I*™*- May 13, 1E47. , PATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter Stamps and Ladles, by J. Lyon's. MayTia. -___ THE iu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

101NQ{ra0ir©[ril WQY&K BY E. IBAYKSFOBD. T HIS HOTEL having changed Tenants, has' been thoroughly repaired and' refitted, and <i* now OPENED for the accommodation of the public The Proprietor pledges himself that the wants and comforts of his guests shall be as well provided for, and attended to, is |rery respect, at this Hotel, asat any other in the county. fey two daily Mines of Stages from the .west, (morning and evening,) stop at this House, (Bear me Chenango Bridge,) and one daily learef for tk* east, (Sunxlay* excepteoy nmning in connection "with the New York & Erie *%?lr~jl: Also, daiH stage* for Uticaand Montrose, and triweekly for Cooperstown, Fort Plain, Cornaad, and Syracuse. ,. , . , E. BAYNSFORD. BINGH^tOS.N. Y. M*ys 17,lg47S 51yl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

PRY GOODS, fcc ¦ : ;B. Sg¥RE,.'", Offers a new ;kui very cheap uh of Spring and JSummer Goods At prices that<smoot .i^sfl,to*ait. ty Please caU and see them. '' %. j .1 [ montroae, may 37,1?47. ir<ABH p*id;>v veal |k^' " and'beef Hiies, by f * O 1 JSs> CENTS paid far good boose Asb JLsfl JL sfl es,mGood7 B. 8AYBB. l^aHMr pr Jwp^^B ati^ aad Egg. W rjL4t, - *^1 T _.- ,-^uStSajq ST OVES—anew auppryjust received of the most ¦ * smjS^-imt*mJ,$'l-\','" "." B/EsVYBE.; SALT-^rresh supply, just received by - • .... '';¦[>'" ¦ \ ¦ B.8AYBB. BEEF and PORK, FLOOR and MEAL.fcr sale by-:'-::.];, }^; "-q .'-B/aAJBE. ^^^^f^f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

DRY GOODS, Ac Set. NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS. mil FASIIM T011847. CROWN—74 inches high, M6 yeoman, } belB *t at sida., 1-16 front and rear, i curve* Tiv | oval, flat. Bain—It ieene* wide, front and rear, and 1 9-x6 at sides. Bwniao—i of an meh wute. the abovanew style, introdoted m New Yorkon Saturday March 6th, by Beefce & Cortar, are now ready ana for sale by _-_-. NprflS. , MERRILL & BOOT. "OOOTS St SHOES, eoanw and fine, of almost D CTery ntuuityandpr^^& ^ ^ " wanted! ~~~ Xo.OOO BnsheU Oats, 1000 bushels Rye, 100 bushels Timothy seed, and 300 Firkins Dairy Buttor, for which the highest market price will be paid by Mills & Sherman. June 3, 1847. WANTED, AT the ARCADE, five hundred weight of OLD INDIA RUBBER, for which the highest price will be paid. J. ETHRIDGK. JuneS, 1847. Wool! Wool! sTfesfk sfa/asfl lbs. WOOL wanted at the Store «flU)UUU of J. LYONS. June 1. FJ»EB!—Good WRITING PAPER at 1? 1-9 cts., and LETTER PAPER for IO cts. per Quire, for s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

MECHANICS' ADVERTISEMENTS. I HORIZONTAL SPINNER! IN connexion with the following certificate were handed to qs the testimonials of several highly respectable ladies, who have used the Domestic Horizontal Spinning Wheel, and who concur in saying substantially, that they can spin with it seven or eight run, (or about four day's work) per diem, with as much ease as they can perform an ordinary day's work with a common wheel The inference is irresistnble; that it will hereafter be more profitable for the farmer who manufactures his wool, with this machine to have in his employ at the same cost for labor, one girl, than four girls with the common stand-and-spin wheels:— \PeopU\s Advocate. The undersigned, citizens of" Montrose, have witnessed with much satisfaction the operation of a novel machine denominated the " Domestic Horizontal Spinning-wheel," lately invented by Hiram F. "VVheeler of Springville, in this county. It appears to us to be a valuable improvement, in view of the ea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

PATENT MEDICINES, j ¦ time than can be effected by. any other mesas. ' It i* extremely pleasant, - and children ire find ofh. Itiaeo^y,a* efleftr«efOTBAiltoasifor children, and when the directions are. followed, and a cure j* not effected, the money will be cheerfully returned.: Price 25 and 50 cts. a bottle. I ANOTHER PHTSKIAN'S OPTION. The following additional testimony in fa|or of Dr. Jam's Msniciaxs ha* recently been ireceived from a physician of high standing in Lauderdale Co, Miss., under date of August 9,184B. ! " Dr. D. Jayne—Dear Sir—I am intimately acquitted with some of your preparation, j and can ™ely recommend themj Your. ExpecuAant and CarmmstiTe Balsam I have used extensively in-my ' own practice, and I state jmUeauatingly that I have used no article, or combination of medicjbet, that have better answered the purpose for wkich they were prepared than the above, &c. - i . " - W. W. Jomtsos, M. M., > Lauderdale Co.lMiss." Prepared only by Dr. D. JaynerP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

I MECHANICS' ADVERTISEMENTS. iwir; THE Publisher!* of the People's Advocate, hav-1 ing the use bf an entirely new and modem as-1 .ortmratof JOB TYPE, are now preparedto execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, aU kmda^of . JOB PRINTING at prices to soit the tunes. Pamphlets, | Bill HeaAs, Cards, Catalogues, Handbills, | Blanks, &c. Printed on short notice, and in the best style of the iy A share of the People's patronage is respectfolly solicited. July 9, 1846. - . wt ' ¦ I ¦ ' ' " 'GARMENT CUTTING, THE subscriber having withdrawn for the present from all connection with the tailoring business except cutting, will hereafter give his attenuon to that particular branch exclusively. From a long andsuccessful experience, withrecent improvements, and a regular receipt of the latest fashions, he has entire confidence m his ability to please' all who may employ him. To prevent ^misappretension he would further state, that having worked heretofore for the sake of working, he i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

PATENT MEDICINES. AN IMPORTANT CURE BY DR." YANE'S ALTERATIVE. We have been informed by Mrs Mahan, (a granddaughter' of old Geo. Wayne) that she suffered several years from the growth of a large Goitrous Tnmor, which besides great deformity, produced both a difficulty of deglutition, and/if breathing^ Indeed, she says, the pressure upon the wind-pipe was -»o great, as to prevent her from sleeping in a recumbent position, and often suffocation appeared inevitable. She also labored under severe indisposition from Liver Complaint and Jauhdice, with a horrible train of uervous affection, for which she used Dr. JAtkk's Altsiuitive, which she "took- regularly for six or; seven weeks, wilh occasional doses of his Sanative Tills, and her general health was thereby completejy re-established, and now perceiving some diminution in the size of the Goitrous Tumor, she was encouraged- to persevere in .the use of the AltERATiv*, until every vestige of the painful Tumor was removed. •. . . We can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

. foctrg . The M«sq»"o «¦¦*• l » ?AltODT; . I < "•* Not a sound »•« heard, but a h( rrible.hum,, As aroaiid our chamber we harped, In search of the insect whose ii umpet and dram . Onr delectable slumbers haa vorried. , We sought for it darkly at the'd aid of night, \ Our coverlid carefully turning, By the struggling.moonbeam's n isty light, inil our candle dimly burning. Noiseless garment confined oui breast. But in simple night-dress anil, slippers. We wandered ahont like spirits iistressed, Or the sails of piratical skippc pa. Short "and few were the words vije let fall, Lest the sound should disturb ithe mosquito, ' But we steadfastly gazed on the white-washed waD, And thought how we had beei 1 bit, oh * We'thoneht as fee rose from onr restless bed; And relinquished our pleasant pillow; • That wo would'nt get in again t U he w»» dead, And we were secured from hi i bill, oh! But half an hour had seemed to slapse, Ere .we met with the wretch t hat had bit .us, And rai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

~' IttisccllaiW T^- From,th; Home Journal. - CONSTANCE WXltEB; OR, The Yontti of Utozart. BT JAMES W. TAIfcOE. It was a festive night in tWPalace of the' Archbishop of "Munich; W^the winter of 1770, yet Such1 festivity asTIeft no stain on the robe of the spiritual father, while moving to the utmost. lhe; joyous .senses of the people. The; German heart is more sensitive to harmony, than to any other emotion, and on the occasion referred to, the crowd which choked every avenue of the spacious pile, were alive' with one impulse/—rapt admirers of the Musical Star of the 1 our. Enter the Hall—constructed with un jrring regard to the capacity and vagaries of sound—and what a blaze of light and ; picador gleams from the stage, and is reflected from'thc} crowded tiers ! A common entbnsiastn fills' all ranks, and swells the scenic and vocal; triumph of the fair and gift fed debutante.— Few minds, however bold and self-sustained,: could withstand the in toxica ion of that hoar,) and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

Cisterns from Farm-Baildings. rvrCEi wholesome water, ns a constant beverage for man or animals, is essential to sound health. Its relative s^ubrity depends on ithe various animal, vegetable, or mineral particles, witlu {which it .may ib\ impregnated, and the place whence it is i ^rocOTed.-^ The transparency or purity of that obtained from wells'or >Bprings, varies according to tlie strata of earth through' which it percolates. The most wholesome fluid is derived from spnngs issuing from pure sand-stone or primative rocks, lor from sand soils, principally composed of granite or qUartz-, where it has undergone a- perfect filtration. The water of lakes and ponds-has similar properties in general,) as that of rivers or brooks, but being less agitated, nild containing more organic mafteiHiu a siate.pE deconysositipn, it acquires a giieat degree ^ of-, impurity, and consequently i|s .less fit Ipr" culinary: use"; though, on account of its spflness, it may be employed with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

Sxperimema Ambng Fiusjmen^r.; Op all the means withialthe reach of the huioondmanformakiiigaewdiscOTefwasrid coleoting: new truths; iidne! seem sogeneially avhilable or socertaui of success, as wallconductedjexperiments.i These wp^ furwish the key tourilwktlie cnfestofgold.thesOurce from which have spruntf and will springtlie most important improvementsinscienceasjd art/and it is to them wi.must look brthose nrighty advantages and I blessings .which we anticipate from future discoveries. ,^t * ;• t; Experiments,-1 khojv, {have often bent made the subject of rid|:ule;!but the farmer shouldnever be detenedfrottr-trymg them, bythe jeers and ill-boding (predictions of 5 those who interest thbmselvek more about :the affairs oft others than their own. Hadf ultba been influenced by the ill-augured:omefis Of the multitude, he would neverihavetried the experiment of propelini a boat by steam/--Neither! ought the enterprising farmer to*:be discouraged by failurls ^.for fttnfe #ory c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

• •-, ;';/p*«»»I«r'Ailfef»^fi -'-- • Advertisement cotiipica^l J irdertedBt the tuo- • 4,rite»ofrirt*CiKisper«onBi*forthe4rst ,s»d. fwssTT?? tvjtfSuimmaMfoi««chsnbseqnent .-r,Y*»rIy;,Adx«^ine|»t*V:W ^t^.^^aega^ ajte^^inotj^exesedj:,,,;, ,,:-,\,J&.,.,.-ai>.'.„iik ;„: ' Qusrt^r'Obliinni,wi^tne'bttrier, p^veiu^/fc'Pff ¦ittflf'CoifittiffS' ¦ .^^rt'do'^ • ¦''' 4o.*««-^wi ^elOolnttn/fi-^ i'ivfdo------ » - >\i&6*t&;l ii^M ^3»iue«s Cirds,; 3o JH'V#» a?.<.\'& W AN.other advertisenients nserted at reasootbltf rates].'./-'V\t'Z- ,f. } '^'"' ., ;_{, A*«i»em«ifs'shouldbe Wlud!S^^ tjmn. ^fj^insssMons'ifennired. vE&ft'Sr *.*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

J&tfiait3Rm%. ¦ i . . - :. ' ¦ ArriTsd eftke Hikcrais^ * The Hibernia arrived at Boston on Monday, bringing five days later dates than the Washington. The following are the Liverpool quotations of the 19th July:— Flour, sweet, 34a35s. «' sour, 27a29s. Wheat, red. 9s4da9s8d. " white, 9s I0daI0s2d: A Liverpool paper of the 10th via' s tales that during the past ten days the wei ther .has been almost, uninterruptedly fine, and each day strengthens the expectations entertained of an abundant harvest .of (rain through the British Islands. The potato crop i% represented to be free from danger. ---The Macedonian arrived at Cork on the 16th of July. '/- ' ' Feance.—The Chamber of Peers 'had brought the trial concerning ministerial corruption to a close; M. Teste will haie to refund the 94,000 francs, be imprisoned three years, pay a fine of 94,000 fra ices, and forfeit his peerage, offices and civil rights. Gen Cabiersi forfeits a fine ol 10,-600 francs, his peerage, and his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

PROM THE ABUT! From the Public Ledger, August 7. XATE FROM MEXICO^ FsUtare of Peace Negotiation s. The March upon the -Capital—Exp'.cted Battle—Mexicans 30,000 strong—A 10ther Guerilla Defeat—The Town oj Santa Fe Destroyed. Richmond, August 6. By the steamship Massachusetts, arrived at New Orleans, Vera Cruz dates to the 23d ult. have been received there. The pi ipers of the 23d announce that the negotiations for peace had failed, and that Gen. Scott was to march'on the Capital on the lath of July. ' Santa Anna was preparing to give fight with an army twenty thousand strong. Another skirmish had taken place bet reeri Gen. Pearce and the .guerillas in whicl i the latter were defeated. ' The town of Santa-Fe has been destroyed by order of Governor Wilson. Thi: is a small town near Vera Cruz. * Affairs in Mexico.—The Mexican correspondent of the New York Sun, in a long letter, dated at the city of Mexico oi, the 6th ult., announces the basis of the t eatv which Mr. Trist has of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

—-s ; • Horrid Harder. Mrs. Eliza Williams, wife of Mr. Gersham Williams, of Scott township, in this county, was murdered oni the morning of Sabbath, the 1st inst. by a young man who Says his name is Harris Bell. Mrs. Williams was about sixty years old, and highly esteemed ns an intelligent and pious woman. Bell had been about the neighborhood for two or tljree weeks, subsisting on charity. Early Sabbath morning he called at Mr. Williams's house, and Mrs. Williams gave him breakfast and an old garment, and he went aw^y. About nine O'clock Mrs. Williams started from home, alone, to attend the Sabbath school, held at the district school house, a mile distant. At 10 o'clock the family wtnt to the school house to attend public worship, and .sqeing that Mrs. Williams was hot there, made inquiry for her. A neighbor, residing between Mr. Williams's and the school house, stated that he saw her pass his house, and that was all which could be learned of her. Her friends were alarmed ', ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

PATAX ACCIDENT. A most heart-rending {occurrence took place near Troy, Pa. Asjnear as we ean learn, the particulars are these. Dr. Pierce had retired to bed brfore .h)s wife and was awaked by a noise which she made in shutting down a window in a distant pact of the room- The Doct. we areitold is soma what ¦ <? * «Win*i and kept a loaded gun by the pm> of luabed;; being only partly awake, his first impression was that some one was Oying to break into the house he snatched ?JP^««^^i»totink^ at;hia wife^de-«?««Hd her to stand «tjD,^ but aba not suppo-«ff "Unir0 •»¦»"* wayi seriously alarmed, advancedjtoward the bed, when he fired and {teconuintil of ithe gnn^nteied iis wife's * g* g$, jMlW «ar in«|»na,^Oil«n% ' ,.Baioiia>"-Reverse 'W' ¦Gku'^wi^L V*J*?W$, (WMhington) Whig of Weil-_**V**«*t Rumor—It isrumored that the Executive received a despatch from Richmood this morning, g>^inttlnlenee 'orS «»«» "fe?"5 **ich Gen>ralV Scott's cot iimn- met wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 August 1847

sx % AII0BBSS ,- . ^'. .;| -.;;' Of<he Committee apposed 6> the Denuh erotic, tfjlor Meeting, hMen iH^Harri^ > b&gm Saturday, J*»e 28./ K To the Peiple of ]?ehnsylranial: Fellow] Citizens :—The seventy-first anniversary of Am erican Independence finds lis a free, a great srid powerful nation, 'extending thi benefi s of our Republican institutions over regiois unknown to the Sages and patriots who pledged their lives, their fortunes and their Sacred honor, to support its declaration, ai d to the brave citizen soldiers whose Wool and whose valor have made thai glorious instrument a practical text-book for us aild our latest posterity.— Twenty millions of people,spread oyer a territory bounded only by the Pacific and the Atlantic, and sarrying their conquering arms to the torrid zone, are the representatives of tlje print iples of the immortal Declaration of Independence. Under the free constitutions which have grown up beneath its shadonj, all dis in...

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