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

COUNTY COPESTIilK. ; We observe that the Democratic County Committee hare published a Call in the socalled " Northern Democrat" for a County Convention, to be holden at th e Court-house on Monday evening of the first week of next Court, (16th inst.) They havt also appointed sub-Committees in each ol' the districts to superintend the election of Delegates to said Convention, or rather, to speak plainly, to elect such Delegates', and such only, as are under the influence of, ami manageable by the Fire-proof Clique. We have heretofore express ed our disapprobation of ithe manner in vhicb nominations are made in this County and as an independent Democratic jourr alist we have refused, in some instances, to support the caucus nominees. Let us be i nderstood, we are not disposed to quarrels ith the Delegate system ; in the handln'• honest, upright, and independent men?9'is perhaps as fair and just a mode of bring!1 ig the voice of the People to a focus, as any other; but when a Conv...

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

returns ^..^--^ilJGBWWEJSIIfllg.; ¦ ..,;.-;; , We hare received but very sngni of the recent elections ib Virjpnia ,-f$a ^»ky, And Indiana: ^ I»! VirgimaijM^iae (democrat) hasfeeen elected to Congr^ii in thg Petersburg distribt, to fill the yacaiicy occasioned by the death of the latej Mr Dromgoole. Hili majority is about 206. /. tyi Kentucky, 10th Congressional Jisfrict, Maj. John PJ: Gaines, (now a prison) rjin the city of Mexico, unless Gen. S$ott lias re-Jeased hint,) was the Whig capdidu te, and L- B. Desna; the Democratic- The returns from this district as far as heard fron, show a'majority of about. 700 for Gaines >vcr his competitor. ; This, result as compan id with the election in 1845, when Col. -' fibbatts (Democrat) was successful, shows nither a eonsiderablefWhiggsun, or great sympathy for the chivalric Gaines in his misi urtunes. A Correspondent of the Ledger is cmfident that Gaines is elected. In the Lexington district, as far i is heard from, the major...

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

I : llEWYOgEMiBBETi. "' <^aaxcT«D wsaaxTroa raa rxottf advocate. Wheat floury per barrel ~~- #5,25 9 5,75 ^omaueal do -- ! 3^00 - Wheat, per bushel 1,00 « 1,50 iye, , do ' i i ,8»»O100 Com do ¦¦¦. ¦ I-. ,«?* ytt fairley, do i ! 0,00« tkfii Oats, ; do --•:¦'•¦ .- i H,W» .0,45 Batter per U>. OiWureeo. j 0^0 « v& ebee*e,perB»; '"!;:"" I n.fe <a 0,08 fsaC per barrel, saeas.. ' i - ltj» 4lt,1S jh:*;.!- ¦ ¦ifai/s. ;0mtv:y gin * »#s •*orlri-ps**»m«% " msss, -;'-- • i-'J43*aa>^r" ti '¦"' ^2;' '¦'-: y**"' •'•' »i»"'8M»rto * fc&p*%& ' -r :cr-'.v "¦''"• •«,«*».'•.« 'T^ff&s*Ni;''''' w+**m, |«er«fcaawaol ,perlb.ssxoB i 0^5 « oir pT.i doi -f:-:"-fftdlMoodHeitaL OM4>oM +• Ji-do^--'^|:^Merfa» ¦ - 0^»4»o54 j- ¦ ; jda r ti»trre4-|Mer«io 0,26 #0,89

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

TEI9PEBAKCE MEETING, jit the Court-house, on the evehing of the 4th Monday of August ^t 7 o'clock, ]P. M. i Tbi Phes CoRin.—PocU art stubborn tkingt — \Ve present the following testimonial by way of showing what WriAt's Indian-Vegetable Pills can do in tbe cure of Pilles. It is from a highly respectable citizen of Towanda: | . Towakda. July 22, 1847. Dr. Wright:—Deir Sir—For the benefit of the public, and in justice to the efficacy of your Indian Vegetable Fills, I tjike pleasure in stating that on two occasions, to wrt:—Doring the summer of 18X6, and in the present month, I was severely affiicted With that truly t«rrirjle diseaiw, the Piles, and after {trying in vain several other remedies,''! was induced iby B. D. Montenye; your agent at our place, to try 'them. Ou the first occasion I was in a. very bad situation for several weeks,.' but after taking two 'boxes of your Pills, jwas entirely well. The last oc casion was a mere attack, and after three dotes, viz: two .first, thr...

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

!Theyalsoposse«'a decided superiority overQuli nine, Pres*iate of Iron, Araen{c, Boneset, aid th^ numerous other preparations hsually; employed ia tkecure of FEVER AND AGUE* in baing "gently Aperient, by this-means carryfng -themselves off through the medium of the bowels after they have spent their medicinal powers in the atomach, thus preventing the accumulation of those- unp|easanl symptoms that almost invariably follow the application of the aforesaid medicines,! whichconitringe the bowels, produce congestion of the liver, and remain it the system to brood disease inore dangerous than tioM they were employed to subvert. ' Hence it in that those remedies in the majority of instances only serve to suppress the disease for a ¦ Imr, tim. .^htlA tlrn ^»ah.a .^11 in ,nn BvatPTII IR. hw tiv \ apm ... » m^^. ¦ ... .....v, ......v. .^anaa*. ... ~ brooding new evils, and soon developes itself in a tiore dangerous form than at first; thus the necessity of a medicine possessing the Qual...

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

; DIED; ' In Bridgewater, on Sunday the Bth inst., Mrs. H»y»AH Bro.isoh, aged 75 year*. - ; NEW ADVERlllSEMENTS. \ LETTERS ~ TO the Rt. Rev. JOHN HUGHES. Roman Catholic Bishop of New York, by KlRWAN.for sale by J. LYONSl . STOVES! STOVES! THE largest and best assortment of STOVES are no^ being received by'tbe subscriber* that were evfr in Northern Penn'a, Those who arcdO-^irous of combining comfort, convenience, economy Sndneataess, will please give us a call, ahd we vt-ill prove to them that the above qualities are to be had with the least possible expense. I Empire ^Air-tightCook Stoves. Stanley's , do do do Congress do do do ¦Knickerbocker do do do1 Victoria do do do; : 3 and 4 boiler Cook Stoves of al most every pattern. Double Oven Cook!Stoves>&c. PARLOR STOVES, Of various kinds.—Self-regulaiing, Air-tight, Parlor, Coal, and Sujplata STOVES, i&c. i , r^ Stove Ware, Tin Ware, Hollow Ware, Zinc 4" Copper l^are, and in short everu thing usully wanted, ...

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

" _ ¦ '- W^W-ADVERTISEMENTS y» '.' REGISTER'S BTOJIICE. ' "' ' pllJBLIC NOTICE ii hereby gitentoali persons •*-,. concerned in the foUoyr&gEtate.'tot'wit? BQBEKT H. BOSE.latooi'SaveTir^' tirjniaoip, "J8 *** JoknZ.Ji^e.^vifMm. f. That ^accountant has settled his account Onme *" j? °fl?co™ and for the county of Susquahan"•"^l^?* *•«"»» ^11 bepreaentod to.theJndg-^! .cT?'pbJ, ^ Court •*< Montroie, on Mondiy the 16th day of August next, for confirmation and allowance. D'-.: _>rue .. H. FINdH,.Register. RegjsterVOffice, Montrose,) July 14,1847. . I (^©IrSl N4lW @®®®^ J MUSIilN DELAINE SHAWLS, Printa, and Shfcetin|, a fresh supply, just opened, and selling Cheap by . J.LYONS. NEW GOODS! S. S. MULFORP «t SON, HAVE no\y on hand a1 largo assortment of GOODS which they will sell as Cheap as the Cheapest' Prints-^a large assortment fi^om 61-4 to 131-2 cents. Soiiie beautful patterns and fast colors 121-2 cts. Also-^-a lotof Printed Lawns, and a large assortment of Goo...

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

<lt)c people's ^5oocate. ^ JOS. BOYD, PCBLlSHEK. Here shall die Press, the People' i rights maintain Unawed by Influence, and unbrib :d by gain." —; ; J _ , ISOrTfROSE. AVO. i*. 1847. _ DElOCBiTIC NOMINA H0H8. FOR GOVERNOR, ^ FRANCIS R. SH1JTWL. cf Allegheny eo. CANAL COMMISSIONER, MORRIS LONOSTIIETH. '. of Montgomery eo. WHIG NOMINATIONS. i ——— - i For Goremor, JJAMES^RVIN, 5 of Centre eo. Canal Commission ;r, JOSEPH W. PATTOJV, ] ( of Cumberland eo.

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

'i'-"'""'vr''; TOR*'"usTrt:''''^'''w j Drawn fbt'Avgr. :Teml':A.'W1847. ,, Onuid Jvrors. ; Auburn--4c&rr]Lcanrbp> Nathan Oiburn. j Brjdnwater-—^Jarrev Grifen, Alfred 8teirem^Nehe)nial| Scott, j ' '\ ¦ Chocontlt-^bariui Barney.' I i Clifford—Jamefi BrownelL Dimock—Ezekiel Bedell, George Lawit. Franklin—S. G." Handrick. ;F: Lake—James C. Rice,l>. F. Lincoln. fHarmonjr—James Kirk, jr. Harford—Nathan P. Thatcher. Herrick—Ziba Burns. Lenox—Edward Stevens, Hiram Stevens. , Liberty—Calvin; Stanford. Lathrop—Asa Stnead, jr., David Wilmot. Montrose—E. VF. Hawlev. Rush—Stephen Hyde. iSpringville—Beaj. Thomas, Caleb Fish. Traverse Jiirers-^lst week. i Auburn—Nelsoq Lore. ,-• Brooklyn—Robt W. Gere, Abel He wit, James E. Howe, Daniel Torry. Choconut—Asahel Groves, Archi Stanley. Dimock—Joseph Quick. , Forest- Lake—Russel O. Thatcher. Franklin—Jame> P. Smith. Gibson—Lewis Bronson, A. J. Chamberlib, Enoch Tarbo*] Silas Torrey. •Great Bend—-N-JC. Lewis. I Herric...

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

^¦-¦-r^W^i^ERTlSEM|l}^ «.-/ .:;--2^wS^4^di;!^i: .^ . •¦ i - 'yi'-. ^~!-.'iiy^ , i ;-. .i . ¦ ^'„-.-THE subscribe™ have received tjieir usual wilt : selected stock of GOODS smtableto the aetsv ' son, which wilt Resold at prices to ahjttk:tuaea'ibr' ' ¦-•\daOT': OT-»«*^T^At|.;:':_:; • Theirl'assortment comprues 'almtfst every !rncl« the People Wantm.wdyofi^BYjGaODS, each «•'':• BR&AOCtibTItS , i - '-SjimNE.TS-r' i - I--' A CASSIMERES, ¦ '''*.-.-;,,.; i^f^Ep8,-i^c,We .,f'-l]-: And lots of sutmnerustunsi tot boy* snd shadrfB's wear, Sec. Among their i^l '>']¦-.¦ ,.r 0$mK#m t;~x., ! Are some of ¦ u|b newest patterns. | I t '• /; IJARD^ARE Too nomerooitb inentiouj In nddltipu they bsv* ft ' :,-V;Cr|lOCEKlES; i;L;.;y SucKasJtfQAiti M^LA^SES,, Sft cE$;:F!$fK,#c ^ 4-c. ] ; t', - •' ¦ i ' All of whien-wjllibe exchanged for \ir|^r¥T f -BeesWax, 4ea«bara, Butter, TV VFV^aJ. Eggs, TowHflbft, andallkind of GRAIN, { 7 - < ¦ Hi SBAHLE! & CO. - Montrose, June 10, Ui...

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

BANK NOTE LIS T. ~J corrected Weekx»;?iW rat rsortt's advocate PENNSYLVANIA. ; Under $5a . 'jdS Pluladofehiabanki par NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man£'MeO;bahk,J''f'-r paf All solvent banks £ dis Moyumeiiiing bank pa( MAINE: Peim township hank pair Calais bank -;,\ 10a—V s .banknotes 25 duj Agricultural bank lo GiraixLi j.db parCitybkPprtlarid lb Pennsyl'a do r par Damariscotta , lo tiermantown par Mercantile bk . lo ' Del co at Chester par Stillwater Canal bk lo ChestercoatWChesterpar Bangor Com bk lo Montgomerv co. •, par Westbrook bk lo - Farmers' b'k Bucks co par Citizens* bk' io Farmers* bk Read'g pat Glebe bk " - - Jo • Boston , par Washington co lo Northampton I no sale Frankfbrdbk 5o Lancaster bank par All solvent banks A dis Far bk (Lancaster par VERMONT. Lebanon 1 dis Bankof8t3Ubans M dis Harrisburg 1 -dis Bk of Bennington S-dis Middletown 1 dis All solvent banks i dis Carislc v ! dis MASSACHUSETTS. Cojumbia bridge ,;, , par All solvent banks ' 4 dis Northumberland pa* 'RHODE ISLAN...

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

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS. L ! '•>;"r':1'"'* f.'i'Mnn^fT pahyj75j]ilnd .77, Fulton st have imported intoihisrnarfet sc^ne one rmudred thousand dollars worth of thi fiu&t grades of Greenland Black Teas grown in thfe:CeleBTial Empire, done up in all the •various fanc;[ packages that Chinese1 ingenuity can invent It isk privilege to buy Teas at this great establishmenVanda luxury and comfort-to drink them.— They sell [good teas only, and' retail them at wholesale prices. Country merchants who wish always to sell good Teas, can alwats obtain them at this place, on reasonable terms.—.Emporium EST The above TEAS are for sale by L. M.BEXFOBD, " Sole agent for Broome Conntv. Binghamton, may 11,1847. .

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

List of Popular Medicines, FOR SALE BY l\'m. REXFORD, * BINQHAMTON, N.V., , WHO' keeps constantly on hand a full assortment ol genuine DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS & OILS, DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, GROCERIES, FANCY ARTICLES, &c Sue.—all of which will be sold CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. .. 1 • . Price. « • Price.. Sands' Sarsaparilla $1 00 Gregory's pills 37 ," salt rhenm remedy! .00 FiskV sugar coated 1 Roman eye balsam 25 ipilis 25 Indian Panacea 2 00 BjQm of Columbia 50k75 Mcmunu's elix of opi- Hitchcock's anti-bil- , urn "" 25 !ipuspiTls 25 Phinney's Fills 25 t37 CSverfsbahn of life 1 SO Moffat's life pills 25 & 50 Michaux' freckle wash 50 do PhaJniiibitters 1 00 LceVPills '' ' 25 Sherman's nled. los's 25 Brandrcth's pilk : 25 do fever t ague do I 00 Post's poor man's pills 12 do dinner bsenges 1 50 Bedean's plasters 25 do poor rain's pios'r 12 LibbyJs bitten 75 do Olosaonian I 00 Nerve , si bone rheu Jsyne's Expectorant 1 0(1 matic' liniment 50*1 ...

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

\mmWs\mW0sM%mmmWmWmMWWs\m^^m^^^S^f^^^^„ :,.,,—-yS ', >" jDRY CKJOPSJsfcc. ;J ¦ ;\;-fi^.;t^N$, - ;^ ; TS MWjreceiving » handsome l|tof . |)r|rGoods^ ]. €wjckeryr& Hardware, Books &. Stationery, . «3rr<iceries, Dye-sjtuffs, Nails, Fish, &c. s&c. Thankful to friends for past favors, he hopes by selling cheap to receive a liberal [share of their patronage. I tS? Eecollect, for CASH at least, he is not to be undersold. ] Montrose,-May 13, 1S47. | WANTED, Geese Feathers, butter, Rags, Bees-' wax,;&c. &C. ! ' J- LYONS/ May 1J3, 1847. j "' , ; I BOOKS. ~ LARGE Family Bibles for lOgJr also common arid! pocket jBibles, Testaments] Geographies and) Atlases, [Arithmetics, Grammars, Philosophical and Chemical Bpoks; Cobb's, Saunders', ahd Town's Spelling Book; Porter's Readers. A good assort-i ment or'Toy Books and Tickets. Ah*, the new Hymn Books for the PresbyteriaiL and Baptist societies/ Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &...

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

DRY GOODS, &c-Ac.; To be bought, AT I. tiPesiispf FLOUR, SOLE LEATHER, cheap, WHITE LEAD, cheap, DRUGS, a small lot very cheap, N: ORLEANS SYRUP MOLASSES, SUGAR, COFFEE* TEAS, Tapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISH, IRON, NAILS, STEEL, good stock, SUMMER STUFFS, large variety and cheap, BROADCLOTHS andKERSE .YS, ' very low price, HARNESS ' TRIMMINGS, a large stock, PORK by the barrel, in short, the largest 'and best STOCK of GOODS we hate ever offered, at prices to suit. ¦ , - "%%%%» % CASH PAID FOR WQ&L ! ISAAC L. FOSJT & CO. June 10, 1847.- ; IL. POST & CO. Sue also SOLE AjGENTS of . the New York PEKIN TEA COMPANY for Susquehanna County. - ST See advertisement. NEW STYLE GENT'S H^TS. SPRIG FASHION FOR 1847. C ROWN—7i inches high, 5-16 yeoman, ibell at at sidas, 1-16 front and'renr, J curve. Tip J of al, flat. Bkim—IJ ieches wide, front and rear, and 1 9,-i6 at sides. Bindint,—4 of an jinch wide. The abova new style, introduced in New York on Saturday Marc...

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

MECHANICS' ADVERTISEMENTS. 1-^ ,;', j1 - ¦ ,u ::.;V- -, .\.:<...,:> ."rmHjE Publisher'^ of the People's Advocste, h»v.. X ' ibg' the use of fan entirely new ahd modern assortment of JOB TVJPE, are now-prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds of - -. ¦ joBtftmMrff; - at prices to suit the times. ."''.' Pamphlets, Bile Heads, CtanDS, CatAijogijes, Handbills^ Blanks, &c. Printed on short notice, and in the best style of the Arjui ¦ .-.-.,. ,..,',' |. , Kin A-share of the PeopleVpatronaire is ifespectfuUy sbUtited. , ^ .,|v Julys, 1846. y ' '.;., ( GARMENT CUTTING. THE subscriber having withdrawn! for tie present from all connection with theiailorih" business except cutting, will hereafter give his attention to that particular branch exclusively.! From a lon« an'dsnbcessful experience, withf&entimproxtfemerits', and a. regular receipt of the latest; fashions^ he has' entire' confidence m his ability to please all who may employ h...

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

' '''.!:: ITATEJPlf'llEDICINESi'i" *i>l "' ' '"fl '""! -¦ f ~f ¦ "''-V' ]-;¦¦- -f- J, |- ¦ ed^ Some caUeditlScrc^ aikl dnW Tsis^. ,, ^Bhe^,Ecsemi<fc»lBri!y,4c,i Jk&esthgiS , ere mesins (or nesrknyelyears withputefieiLllr,,' sdyised to kivehmit>i. rJivii'ir.AWtmirtrV?fi this time h* was merally sore rromTii*-rje*a to Ha feet. - Sometimes it would, dry up sAdisenrfoff m? , Aenbreskioutagm as bad ».ev«r,.tnd ~ iWu.i burn so wtblersblyaiitodriye himalmost £d&n«. tion. He had not takentKe AtTslATiv*: howereV two weeks before there was a change for tlie better: He went tq school all iK» rinw. n,t,;i-..ir;B-t| |(|^<j' tome, and partook of the same kind of foo4 as the re?t of thefamuy, ail'ruuaWat throtigh t&k sad mm, the same is the'^thcr boys of ^e^sch^oVnnta he was perfecUy cured, and became fat and hearty and thongbj now over Eve years ago yet ntft a tynv torn of disease has ever made its appearance. Ho took altogj-ther twenty-six bo...

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

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMEIfTS. FINE^NEW' mt AT NEW FORK PRICES. Tl W\- «EMFOBD, of BINGHAMTON, -a-J« >. 1., has made arraneements with the NEW YORK PEKIN TEA'COMPANY, for the a da rf 1 b Ah in Bmghamton^nd can furnish his cust imers and the traoe, with Teas at the same prices tl M the Company charge for them in .New York, wlichis at least, from one to two shillings cheaper o 1 each porind than the Grocers sell at. And in everv case ,—,— ...... .„^ v^.w^.b Kit bl. Ann m every case where these Teas do not give sarjsfecrion the nonev -will he paid back for them. Catalogue of Teas. GREEN. Young Hyson, good. • j;n' 371 uo. dn. sweet cargo, 50 do. do. fine cargo, 75 do. do. • silver leaf, . 1 00 SUccr Leaf—seldom sold even by large dealers, because of tlie small profits made on its-sals—is a very superior Tea. T do. do. golden chop, j 50 Golden Chop—This is the finest Green Tea cultivated in China. It is of the fim pickings, »W excels all other Green Teas for the delicacy of its f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

Che Dcoplt's fttoocatt. ,„., !u ..,7*t .. ¦ './ j- •¦» "'-¦ -¦ ¦'"¦•! ¦-¦" -lAiftwi'mft lit"!"' «e*«i»%> iwtf." tw.^.-i ¦• - JOS. BOlfD* '¦¦• ¦¦ f't-fi ' (Gfice 6n the west side of the gnbli* A^^""^ u *iitlMfe.U)NB ^ttSl^^^fStetil One Dollar Fifty Cent* if *rtpaid withm.three month., and if delayed until ifertta «*l?«ft»?«:0« th<> year two dollar* will bfc'eiacted. '. Discontinuances optionalwith the Pnnlia>sr*,,ualeu arrearages are paid* , j ,. -.ji. .... ¦•» tetters to the Publishers'onj bosinessWitt the officemustb* post-paid to insort attention..!) ,,j ;>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

flottr^ THE FADED HEATBOBB., [It is recorded of the Highimld einigranU to Canada,, that they wept because the heather would not ,grbw on their newly-adopted soil.] I There may be some too brave to weep pier poverty, or care, or wrong; Witbin whose manly bosoms sleep Emotions gentle, warm and strong, Whifch wait the wakening of a tone Unmarked, unthboght of by the crowd, And seeming, nnto them i lone, , .Ajvoice both eloquent tnd loud; And then the fc-elingo, hie for years, Butit forth at length in bi irning tears. ¦ ' ' L ¦ " " He wept, that hardy mountaineer, : ! ' tVben faded thus his Wd heath flower; 1 Yet,' mid the ills of life, n> tear >| j Had wet his cheek untili that hour. ; ) You might have deemed (he mountain tree . Had sooner shrunk' amil the blast, , ; Or that his native rock should be Sent by the winds whi|h hurried past,1 ' ' Rather than he a tear should shed, Because a wild flower drdoped its head. It Would not grow—the heather flower-Far from it...

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