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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

is GOO!> AHDTBTO. I A man, says ur. r rannitn, as ouen ge two dbllars.ifor the one he spends 'infornVing his roiud, as he do.es lor a dollar he lays out in any other way. ;A man eats n ponrjd of sugar, and it is goiie, and the pleasure he has enjoyed is ended:; hut the information he gets from a newspaper is treasured in the mind to be enjoyed, nnew, nntl'jb!be (used whenever occasion or inclination call mr it A ^ uewsjiaper is not the wu^oto of onenian, or\of tvfp;pjeh ; it is the V^nop? ?f |V-rSe« and of past ages too. £. lanrily; wttho'ut a newspaperis always"-half an age oebifld the 'Ui|K«.iw^^e^l3M!»io™.**?on'.«' W*!?!?.^' 'I16? ca^ he^er think much nor firidjmii.ehlb folk 'ah^ttt.'^^p'dij^initjteris' are the, lfttle bjjes growing up in ignorance, without any'taste forheading. Besildei all these1 evils, 'werV the, wife, who, whph the wojft'i!;l1js»ft»;..:HM ito.sitjJqwn;|ir.itb her hands in*heir lap, ahd pothihg to arouse }\tf,"'or,' o1reft;h' ei-|1ailisd frpmlhe t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

nj^ hastbe ^s*^£iSSiP^r;: , Ane ^..cnuurg, yirgi fpllbwarticle; We republish it*, an enidenee that the ha*dy,^sons;| of Sus^ueb'anna hawthe nerve and Will t|o abcoiriplish the rnos^|aai r]ng and.d|fftcu^t exploits ; ' ' ..'T '"<1 ;j"'''' , " The cjimbing ifC the Natural Bridge in Virginia,. js, justly | considered one c^fifthe greatest-teats of, the day- ,;It was first iperformed by Mr^ipe)1 in thesnmiuerofifeiaj and again,liy a 31 r. Shiner a few yearsipgo. Since that, time, no one has attempted; the Herculean! task until, ahis morning. .^Mr. 51'Riioe, pf. Lunesboro', Susquehanna co. Penn'u., went under (he l/ridge with the intention of sketching this wondcrfiil curiosity ; whilst thus engaged, he concluded' to .climb it, and forthwith commenced in the ravine just under the celebrated Cedar stump, in j the presence of Messrs. Hodry C. Boughun^and Wm. Gillis, of Buckingham county, Vp ; J. Hotchkiss, of New j?ork, and Master Blake. Moore, of Bedford, i Mr. M'Kuuc hegan t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

GLORIOUS NEWS FtOl IBIICri Battlea of Peman aasl Sam Aatwelt DEFEAT OF SANTA AWWA1 THE CITT OF MEXICO AT ^ JBUe MEBCT ! GEN. VALENCIA* ROUTED! SUSPENSION OF ARMS! Probability of a eaeeay Peace1 Major Lolly at Jalapa. Defeat of Guerrillas! i From the Ledger of the 13th inst. The JVetBs of Oen. Scott's Advance Confirmed—The Position ofElPenon Turned—Gen. Valencia Defeated^-Gen. Santa Anna Defeated—A Suspension of Hostilities Solicited and Granted—Congress Summoned and- Negotiations to be Resumed—Safety of Major Lolly's Train—Shooting of Lieut. Henderson and Party, tfc. 8ft. -By the Ledger's Special Express, from New Orleans, we have received the Picayune of the 3d inst, containing the following very important news from Gen. Scott's Army in Mexico, brought by the steamship Fashion, Capt. O'Brndy, just arrived from JTera Cruz via' Tampico. She left Vera Cruz on the 27th August, and Tampico on the 29th. From the Picayune of the 3d inst. The news by this arrival is the most imp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

Oen. Tuylor'e Letter. We have the; pleasure, says the Harrisbug Argus, of ikying before ounreaders today the letter of Gen. Taylor, in reply to a communication from Judge Dock enclosing the proceedings of the Democratic Meeting in Harrisburg Which nominated jhe veteran patriot for the Presidency. It willbe observed that this letter is'characterisfed by that simplicity, terseness, modesty and candor, which mark tlie General's ofijcialjdespatches and form the distinguishing feature of all the published papers which have emanated from his pen. He mjftkes no flourish-j-«voids all ostentations display-—marches directly to his subject—delivers his thoughts arid views in a sincere intelligible style, wihtout any of the cob**. & s*^»ySaa;<i»>!iiiDiiia^, th« wiii ¦benrl''ciWi"strB«s»W-^' aiiit aM parties that commonly signalize the avowal of principles by professed pbliticians. General Taylor understands none other than honfest>traight forward dealing; and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

$t)t peopled ^boocaie. j f JOS. BOTD, PUBLISH!*. ^ \ . ¦ ¦ , ¦¦ . ¦ ¦ ,-¦ ¦ ¦--- »•- ' 1 1- -ir r -JU1LT J " Here shall die Frew, the People's right* mamlsia^ Un&wed by influence, and unbribed by gain." \ _ KOKTBOSE, ( EFT. !«, 1S4V, E.W. CAR^R,«in.#Wia%, NJE, corner of Third and Dock Streets, PitTa. is authorized to ant as Agent for thi •» F#a- \ pie's Advocate? and Tcuwt and reuipt any monies due the same far advertising, Sfc. . | "• ' ' -' *! ¦ . :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

i ELECTION—TliESDW, OCTODER », 1817. ?Sen. Scott at tae Capital..-. | At last we have authenticirttelligence that Gen.' Scott has reached the capital of Mexico, after having defeated Valencia 'and the renowned " hero of-Anepstnra," the »mn»r» ^«lt-«ii' rtB Ani^1m n*wRA The aocoaSti/ the, battle are ine^gre as yet, but enoughj is expressed in the remark; that one had been completely defeated and the other dpfen back in disorder, to show; that Gen. Scott has done his work handsomely^ and left the Mexicans, in no doubt as to his abilityr;to take tlieir city by force, if they will not yield it by capitulation. The effect appears) to have been wonderful in opening the eyes' of the -Mexican leaders-to; the importance; of Mr. Trist's mission,- fori the Mexican- Congress has beeli'immediately convoked to consider the proposition that he had previously made them, and which;;they had rejected. With a victorious army at their very gales, ready to open ihem at the least hesitation or liii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

The New V0rit Begimeat. [From an officer in the California New York Reg't, to the editors of tbe Albany Argus. Puanios des lob Angblob, > California, 19th May- 1847. ( Mt Dear Ci—I am here in the .midst of California, surrounded by all the beauties of nature—the vihe, olive, fig, peach and other fruits in abundance ; and flowers of every species known |to this and our own country. The glad earth is truly in its most beautiful array. The climate is really delightful, and the soil will produce anything man can desire, if proper|y tilled. But the population are indolent, and by no means; disposed to labor, unless it can be performed on horse back,,or byjsome easier process than manual application. Although you have;only to put seed into the ground to have it produce abundantly, yet I have not se|n a potato, sallad, or any other vegetable grown in the country. They are raised by some persons in other parts of the country, but not in the neighborhood pf the sea co ist [ Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

CIRCULAR Of the Democratic Taylor Central Corresponding Committee, " At a large nnd enthusiastic meeting of democratic citizens, .held nt Harrisburg. on the 26th June, 1847, the following, iariiqng other resolutions, were unanimously adopted: "Resolved, That this meeting ofi democratic citizens, recognizing the onmibotjence of tbe will of; the people on such a Subject, and deeply impressed with the qualifications of Zachaby Taylob for the Presidency, do barwby present bin* lo the deinocr44)>) Miid -papple'of'thip Stale and -.tW,^M«i«i*55J''<-*«»: democratic candidate, and the real candidate of the people for tlie office of Pjresident df tbe United States at the ensuing presiden tial election. > '• Resolved, That in ..the •ittnchbeht of Gen. Taylob to Thomas Jefferson!—in his warm friendship for Andrew Jackson,! and in his determined opposition to a Baijfk of the United States, his known patriotism^ and the whole course of his life, we hnvejthtj best warr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

WHIG liOHINsilOHa. . FOR GOVERNOR, rj JAMES IRVIN, J of Centre eb. jj 1 i" ''¦ CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOSEPH W. PATTON, f | of Cumberland'co. t i '¦ ''¦¦ ) RKPnESESTATIVES, F. ABEL CASSEDY, » i of Svsqa. Co.' t BENJAMIN EDWARDS, \ of Wyoming co. * £ COMMISSIONER, I PENUEL CARPENTER, | 1 °f Harford- / j AimiTosi - y AMOSB.MOTT, - . cf Chocmui. -» TREASURER, PHILANDER LINES, ; • ' * of Montroic.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

BEMOCIATIC NOMliliTIONo. ; SroR ooversor,- j FRANCIS R. SHUNK, J of AUegkeny ci. ]i j FOR CASAL COMMISSIONER, V ItfORRIS LONGSTRETH, J of Montgomery co., § *.-.'••¦''" i5 I roa KirRisssTATtvn, >| \ SAMUEL TAOGARfT, f of'Sidq.co.] '' i ROBERT R. LITTLE,! j ; of Wyoming co. i FOR COMMISSIONER, i - { E. P. FARNHAM, I ' r of Lenox. ' I j FOR AUDITOR, \ JOHNSMDLEY, 1 . of Gii»o*J ' ' - 1 I ¦ 5. ,- - I j FOR TREASURER, . ' I HARVEY TYLER, j I of Bridgewattr. , §

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

FBVfelt &.AGUE^-Jaj^'i Agie Pitts sreioid under n guarantee that one|battle of ftein -wul'enre odb person of Fever sod Ague, or Chills'aid Fiver, and la all cases if they shospd f»U to care, tbe money .will[be retained. But they never have failed yet, nor will they nil one time in a thousand esses. Mem. A. K. Phllloo & Co. ssys: Camden Mills, W.' We are tnnch pleased with your medicine* , and know that they are both go<id and popular.. We regret that that you did not; send as more of theA-5ao Fills, as there is a great demand for, them, sod ley naVe always been successful in curiug Fever & Ague. - • • * H. J.J Bostiek, Esq. Drayton, Georgia; seya: Nov. 18th, 1846—Dr. D. Jajnuf—Dear an—My teles of your preparations have exceeded my' expectation*. Your Expectorant, Vermifuge, CamuDative Balsam, and Fever and Ague Pillf all jell well, node of which I am out of. I want an immediate *opply of all the above named named} Medicines, more particularly a large...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

Jttarrtagee. In Harford, on the 12th inst. by Rev. A. Miller, Mr. Abel Rice, of Gibson, to Mis* Birsir M. Thatcher, of Harford. 1 In Harford, on the 12th inst. by Rev. A. Miller, Mr. Stethes W. Breed, of Brooklyn, to Miss Sosasxa Guile, of Harford.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

"-*• ¦ WEW APyEKTI8Ea^E!ytSgg^-i ; KEW MML,T*mMZXCnATWm^ C. 6. WlIBtfVC. 8. BJllhlETT, ! HAVING bought the stock of goods of Weaver Brothers dc. Co;, arid ibide large additions to the same,n.owinyite their oldfriends and customers, and the i public generally, to call aud examine tlrtrrg<Kxla. It is their intention to aell nt-prices Ipwer than the same style and quality-of articles can be purchased at any other establisfiment in Susquehanna county. I'.'., i Their stock embraces a larger assortment of " • T • j STAPLE 4.-pAkcf\ ' DRYGOfyh®, than has ever before been offered in this sec^ tion of country; and they believe it will be for the interest of all wishing ko purrtiase to call, and examine their Goods [and! rices. They have also an extensive assoitment of Qroceries, Crockery, jHaniware, pye-woods, 0ils, Paints, |&c. which they are determined tn {sell CHEAPER than any other jStore in Northern Pennsylvania, i ! SALT AND FLOUR always on hand, and of the b£st qu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

. I =======^=H-H—5B-SI INEmADV^RI^ElIEIVTS^ :; :At» APPBENTICE WANTED. - ^JsgOY abotit iT-'yeaajr oldi ofjgood Morj^^l ,Cha.rBcter, ,can have a situstion to T^ wa Tailorins; Business bjr applying at ifegVi LOCK, & JAMESON'S. -^^ ' ..Sapt. 15,1847;r'-^ rv^^£S^^tA^m^ i-X on Weil»ii»^^ lt»tim tion will commence der Uie charge -ttSjiS^ '^V 'ofSspt next;,Bn» i*on Univerrty, N^r^WVOraduats from Mad-Writing, Beading, OrthoS&f SS5r-Arithmetic, Geography, aSTia^?«ihi of ti^...^..^' J.:' -M^H^ Qrsnv Latin Grammar &, I*sraisJCI»8£&/!a:-;i-f? 00 oph,. Botw^Lbgtt.W.BSaS^?5|V Algebra, Surveying, GeomOtty, Ai^^J't, Frencb...'i...;'...,'„U.' i ;y;££iTZ3v Ti)m Latin and Gwek Classic..^....:.... ^Q, i § By order of the Board.: . j Wfi^iJESSUf, PreaioW ^ Montrose, Aug, 30,184T.J—«4tf ,¦¦; -T^ " ©AyTi|®iKi'ii; I HEREBY caution all persons against purchasing a prommissory NotA-given is ftvorofT. J. Chapel for |7S 00, signed hy Hiram1 Cogswell, dated July 7th, 1847, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

CMEIrMROQQ ©&IML PEOPLE'S LINE OF PACKETS. Cheaper Fare thananY other line. THE splendid PucketBoat NEW-YORK, Qapt. H. BATES, will run on the Chenango Canal, between ; Binghamton & Hamilton, in connection with rf f^" DAILY LINE OF STAGES TO UTICA, for the better accommodation of the travelling public, leaving Binghamton on . ¦ Mondays, Wednesdays 4» Fridays, nt 8 o'clock, A. AT,—and returning, leaves Hamilton on Tuesdays, Thursdays <$• Saturdays", nt 12 o'clock, Mi, on arrival of the Stage from, Utico, arriving at Binghamton in time for all the Stages South;, East and West Passengers on this Line will arrive at Utica in time for the 11 o'clock Train of Cars, for Albany, or no pay. The Boat is towed by 5 relays of three horse teams, and cannot fail; and passengers ore not subjected to the inconvenience of riding in an old, leaky, half-furnished boat, towed by 4 teams, two of th«m only two horses. THE PEOPLE'S LINE is the only line that connects with the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

';' '1b^BBH9E8Hkis\^s9^Us^C.fS^s\\^smSS9i -'^ : ^^iws^^iS| jl i »^«yppio;|ii: X BTABLBat.Gen.KP.Waraw'sjhMaafciaav uprepared to;ao<^modati--tp^' -pa^' wi»S»s|- .--andgemV \-'-i'-'i C-";::W; ^-ppM-"^-^^ Horses, and Carriafes A -^'j of n*7 dsaiaiptiokoawsaJeBablo Wtaa.j.^^10,^' ';: Helsiirejpai^rill be faraliHJd 3itatw|Wt^ four horse Carriag** , aadcarata. Driver* , onlaaarl" "»«««. '..v..>;.-.|-':^.:ij,;: -ii:->' 'l.i.-Pfl^,, Believinj thstajLlVERT ST. sBtBki s^jil^^ »es *nd carriages wulbeajrrau acconfcooat»a.jfli:'-; tneciUreiuorMoiitroaoandtba publiciif:satitell»»' r able to tl* proprieW, be respt ctfoBt| sahVda *»"-:; p«w«»«»otibiriaiajpob««. ..? • jTm'T*';:.": 1 „ ':>.'.. r^-J? iD.-atJSjRIS&l^i ^ Montrf.ej.Jnly^g, lBW^Mtf',,'... l-.f&I^|i^ -NEmiCroeDsHii ^s,:iiiuLEQW) £,: «»rs.:J,.Li: -.! HA nr^»r!sw l°5 ¦}** "S *& jUsMairair-. S^w ^^^^fBfJff^ Prints—a larger as»»i^fei.t,iLm ;! 61-4 iq| m^ «*ntsl i Sttine beautful patterns ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

new advertisements. pTuSes^ Gentlemen's garment cntter, old stand, over Merrill & Root's Hat store. ; n^WGOODs! : 'T'HE, subscribers are no\y receivfng by the N. Y. 4. Erie Rail Road a large addition to their stock of GOODS. We tender onr grateful acknowledgements to those who have heretofore favored us, and cordially invite all who are in want of good GOODS, at low prices to give'ns a call. * ; ' F. Bi CHANDLER & CO. Sept; 16, 1847. i DRY GOODS. ¦ Ginghams.Alpaca*,Plaids,Prints, Detains.shawls, Hd'.k&, Buttons, Thread, Silk, Blanket*. Bonnets. Ribbons. 8he*ting», Shirtings, Linen*, Diaper] Fringe, SloveS, Tape, Hooks &. Eyeii, and in fine everything at less than 10 per cent-Mo be had at ; Chandler & Co'*. GRQCERIES. . Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Tobacco, Salaratus, spice, Ginger, A'utmegr, Cfoves, fjoffee, Cassia, Powder &. shot, &c. Tin and Stoves on hand j constantly—stove ware and Tin ware made to" order or repaired on short ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

BANK NOTE LIST. corbictip wxiklt ma tbs -rsorcs's advocate PEKNSYtYANIA.' 0ndSr$5* :^-, . jftlis Pliasdelcbkbank , par NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man &'Mecii«nkvh par AHiohrentbanks\ -A'dis .Moyaniaasteabialfc par - : ^ OUNE.-^ ^Fenn township bank par Calaia,bank . , Wa—,P a bank note* <"¦ 25 di* Agntaritbraltaak i do IGirard do par City bkTortland do PeaniyVav do . , P^ gf^SSSf^ r> a ° ^ GeSmiaiiwa irar Mercantile bk v: Jjo : SX^Kbe.ter {3 Stillwater Canal bkd> 0h«a1»«JatWCbes teTpar BangorCom bar do =,; Moatjotaery«> par Weatbixj A.bk ,, do . FsiiMsVD'kBucksco.iiarC^oxen. bk . 4o Fanner*'bk Read'g par Globe bk do Beaton , v ;. Pf1 S^???^0 S° Northampton - no sale Frankford bk do -. Tjacaster bank par All solvent banks J di* rirbk Lancaster par VERMONT. Lebanon 1 dis Bankof 8t Albans 14 di* Harrisburg 1 dis Bk of Bennington — dis Middletowh 1 ""hr AU Mlrent banks J dis Satiate '-'-"- » di* MASSACHUSETTS: Colunflna bridge par ATUolvent banks j dis Nortb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS ; ¦FIHE NEW TEAS. AT NEW TORE PRICES LM. ftEXFORD, of BINGHAMTON, • N. Y., has made amusements' with the NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the Sale of TEAS in Binghamton, and can furnish his customers, and the trade, with Teas at the same price* that the Company charge for them in New York, which is, at least, from one to two shillings. cheaper on each pound than the Grocers sell at. And m every case ¦ where these Teas do dbtgive satisfaction the money will be paid back for them. Catalogue of Teas.. GREEN. Young Hyson, good, $0 374 do. do. sweet cargo, ' . 50 do. do. fine cargo, 75 do. do. silver leaf, 1 00 .Silver Leaf—seldom sold even bv large dealers, because of the small profits made on its sale—is a very superior Tea. do^ do. golden chop, 1 50 Golden Chop—This is the finest Green Tea cultivated in China. It is of the first pickings, aud excels all other Green Teas for the delicacy of its flavor, strength and arona- Heretofore, this Tea lias never...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

MERC^ANDEZE._j t ? ^';.j.-ijy^§,,;, I ' 8 now receiving m hsndwme lot of , , ; 1 -?•¦ ¦<¦£:¦<''¦ -".",'!. 1-Dry GoodB, ' f % ¦ j"1 ; •. C^cke^&H^^a^, tiooks;&] Stationery, j i Groceries, Dye-stuffs, I % 1 Nails, Fiih, &t. «fcc. | ; Thanknil W firlenasfor past fiivora, he hope.Jby selUns cheap to recelve.a Uberal *hare o^ their patronage. |»y Recollect; forOASH atleast,hei*not U> be undersold. . } Montrose, May 13i 1847,, -_¦•.. .', WANTED, GeeseTeathota, BBtter,8a», |oe»- virar, &c. *ct - .-J- 5LVONS. May 13, 1847. . . j ' '¦ .. BOOKS. i LARGE Family Bible* for Ws ? alsocimmon and pocket Bibles; Testaments, Geogrkphiea and AtlmUr Arithmetiq*, Graminar*. Philowphical and Chendcal Book.; Cobb!*, Saunders, a)fl Town. SpelUngBookt/Porter**-Header*.' A good Onortment of Toy Book.:tand Ticketo. Ahi,. the, new Hymn Book, for the Prc»bytenan, and BapuM wcieties. Mcthodut Hyina Books, Blank Books^Scc &c. for sale by f ^y0"8' -M...

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