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

BINGHAMTON ADVERT^EMBJNTS. pany, 75 ;and.77,FultOn .U.baveimported ibta th» market aomo "one hundred thouaand. doB^ .worth of the finest1 grades ofGreen.ond BlackTgiS gtmn m the-Celestial Empire,.'done npat all tbelvanou fancy. paoteea',mtt fChiaese.iagenuity conjinvent. It is a privilege^ buy Teaant this great es^hshment,anda FuWu^and comfort to dm* them.— They sell goodfflm>ly, and rejsAtlraalwbole sale p^icc»:, Cifantty mprehnntr -who-wuh hhvays to sell good Teas, can *tWAis obtam them at this place, on reasonable term*. -—£»«»orf«* « 1 ¦ f»" The above TEAS are for sale by ¦ ' L. M. BBXFOR0, I .. r,< Sola agent fe*room^Connty. Binghamton, may 11,1847. j List of jPopjuiar Medicines, , FOR 8ALE1BY L M. REXFORD, BlNijlHAMTbN^N.Y.i WHO keep. constanUy otf hand ^ fidl|lhKortmentol* genuine DRDG8 & .^DIOINES, PAINTS &'OIL§. WZ WOODS & DYE STDFFS GRGCERIES. FAN'OVARTICLES, ftf.-^—all of which will Be K>ld CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. -' ' ¦ &am...

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

. MERCHAITO«ZE^ i — ..;... '. . . ¦ .:. ¦•—*-. r - Ta be bought, AT ti^i'R^,'(», S. FLOTfR,>SOLE LEAltllER], cheap, TVffiTTmm^fy DXP&*£a small foil very cheap, N. ORLEANS SYRUP MOLASSES, SUGAR, COFFEE, TEASU Tapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISB,IRpN, NAILS, STEEL, eood slock,, SUMMER STUFFS, Targe variety and cht&p, BROADCLOTHS and KERSE ¥S, very low price, HARNESS TRIMMINGS, a large sl' pck, FORK by the barrel, in short; the largest and b\esi STOCK of GOODS we have ever offered, at prices to suit, **fentabY CASH PAld FOR WOOL ! /ISAAC L. POST & CO. .June 10, 1847. IL. POST & CO. (are also SOLE AGENTS of • lbs New York PEKIN TEA COMPANY! for Susquehanna County. > Gr" See advertisement. NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS, j SPRIG FiASHlON FOR 1*47. CROWN—7J inches high, 5-16 yeoman,t bell at ot sidas, 1-16 front and rear, J curve, tip J oval, flat. Beix—1} ieches wide, front and 1 ear, and 1 9-j6 at "aide..' Bindiko—| of an inch wide. The abova new style,...

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

HEHCHAWPJiZEJ. Ne^f^oo«fe ! THE subscribers have received theimrual well; (elected stpek of GOODS suitable to the seasson, which willbe sold*\t price* to «uit tho times for , CASJtl QR REAR¥ PAY | Their assortment comprise* almortif vpry.article the People want in way of DRY GOODS, »uch a* BROADCLOTHS, :; SATINETS,. ;¦ i .CASSIMERES, , I TWEEDS, Sfe. Sfc. And lots of summer stufis for boys and children'* wear, &o. Among their CROCKERY Are sonte.of the newest patterns. HARDWARE Too numerous to mention. In addition they have a choie lot of GROCERIES, Such as) SUGAR, MOLASSES, SPI4 CES, FISH, <$'«. Sfc. . • j. All of 'which will be exchanged for .; -aTtT"/ - ^.*"^"!" Beeswax,' Feather*. Butter, W V/Vl J-J« Ekss, Tow-cloth, andaltkinds of GRAIN. R. SEARLE&CO. Montrose, Juno 10, 1347. j ; i1 1.1*1. %%!%??! AG\IN.—Tho subscriber i« now receiving his ¦ stock of new SUMMER GOODS, comprising; a large and splendid assortment of the CHEAPEST GOODS ever offered in t...

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

•.; /.'fA^EOT.^j^^Bjj^';! y' ¦ . fore given acettnlea^'reconnaen^ngatteaisBadi' cine*, which indiscriminately, iiscd, as they often aredo mrfch injury, but in a case like the pre»en{wbero 1 know the arUcle lobe beneficial and can] dVao: harm, I have no scruples .in stating factoiwitliin our knowledge. ' J-0hri Qtiigley, M: 1):* ToDr.Jayae.PhiladelphiB,!.'; ,:! *?T "•".-,- -I Children die of Worms—Aje nod grown up peo- ¦ pie too. Dr. Jayne's Vermifuge; baa never been known to ftnl to cure in the worst stage*. • p - Symptoms of. Worms.—These are'beadacbe, vertK go, paleness of the.lips, with jjuih'ed cheeki grind- ' "•s*™ teeth daring rteep, disturbed ^reami/ Asleep brotea.offby fright and *crearo5ng, convnlrion*. fe* venshuess, thirst, bad tasle in '{he mouth.^nenaive breath, cough, difficult breathing; itching ofthe aos> trils, pain in the stomach,, nausea, squeamishness, voracious appetite, leaanesar tebe*mu*. slight cbulir ' or sbiyennsi, drowaine**, fatigiie, aweUei stom...

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

Scott's Sanative.; CerjaU! IN offering this to the publi^, the .proprietor i* ia> fluenced by no sinister motive; a mere desire that all mankind may havethe benefitof a remedy' which his own circle of friends have only had opportunity heretofore of enjoying, induces him to ,enter the arena of competition with the thousands. Bat it* superior and well proved effieacyjn all case* of recent bums, scalds or wour,ds,as also in rheumatism, chapped hands, and old ulcers or'mdolent tumors, ought to be known, and its general use will certainly make it tho, every day companion pf the nuriery where casualties are so frequent. j From numerous certificates nihil possession, thi' proprietor offers the following: >'j ' ' This may certify that I have used Mr. Scott's San • ativc Cerate, and believe it an invaluable cure fo:' bruises, burns, sores, Sic. EDWARD WHITE. New Milford, March 12, 1347. . | ' This may certify that we have used L. Scott'* Sar ative Cerate, and we know it to be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

mt fteoplete ^Jwoxatc. • frttlt«««n«»**t THBHiDAT MOMWO, B* ¦ ¦'¦'¦ 1 ';JOS. BOYD;' !< • ¦'•';¦ {Office 6*'ihe>weit.aid* of the Puttie Avenne.) TBRMaT-^ONB DOttA.B » year iuadvance. • ana DoUar Fifty, Ocnfc ifi not, poid .within tnree -oBiki.'iwIir delayed; indl after the expiration ol Lreir'Wb'dbTKrt^nfbeisitacled. . , D^lfe«me»bptiotell With the PuMishersvnnl ^SSJ^iSe^PtttSiei» onr*u»ineM withtteof fa* *utf be por t-paid to insure attention- s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

*'j|„i:... ' ... ¦ »¦%-.. ¦ ' " "'' gjctrg^ —-sas ^ i ' From the Democratic Renew. fiteraelo^d linteabave, J believe, neverWore •pmairedin print, although they arefrotn the pen of o»e to whom the public was once - much indebted for »u»Wa» fine aiid pathetic piece.. But he has •jiied^wky, aad the name of Sotoihott Sohthwick i, unkndWn to almost all who compose the teamed .0d literary world of to-day. Some there may be, wbotc days have been prolonged by the genial inflnfgee of a peaceful life, passed at s dirtance from the asiie and turmoil of a city, who yet remember the rloagh Boy and its editor. The paper was devoted to the interests of agriculture; and nowj 'when the lowing herot enlivens the summer ^ evening by the aurry, tinkling of its leader's bell, the minds,of gome of onf affluent old farmers mast bo led back TUisconcioiiBly to the times when less prosperous circumstances made it necessary for them to drive the progenltorslbf this same herd'to the yard themselves, ifte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

¦ Ulisccllmtj). :l •' ¦ . ttiwrtiii.'nftBti"" ! Ji B^LjBff^D sUletch. :f , • -' -7' ¦ rr sbitTktEi. - j >• On the rail ca« between Albany andBqffclo, the «onduet«r»*re frequently changed, Air)agaiingle*rip,.-.nn4 «•• each new tijie takes charge, jiev aBtiounce»)hiwt*elf »n p(-\ rice by the exclalnatioii—" Show your idMsaJ"- ... !i.i ;--- • - ¦> 1 • -I''' ! Ofc^tii^t trip recentJy» •terty old. YanfcefcWMmieiofi the ^awengBW, aod.haTtng exhibited hinickektoitheBwt e"nducl«r,|he •c*»efi% placed tt;ia» *«U-*«»rn pwketihool^.btailojied^tcttpjiftjtliftib'ie att po6^*1;0' lhue«rt,p«ined,bt» list tidily oti,;hit :hej*d, »a^faWiM.hMaTOi,rc»ien<dhtm«»Jf«oitbe can of Morriheo.. «» rinatnl, organ -had; •oared/ ,pradiimed hlra.iii dream-lRud, J>e-] tare aootner conductor came! along, < with—«rJhow::yuw..tidteul" Tin tild. Yaakee aiwoke withaariort,aad haring been made eooaciotM of what-«u.waaft^ibe*icliiMi-: -•d-w).-.-.••,'-c:ii;;»^'.'v ; ' •¦ - -:'U^- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

h^ • : ^!rtx^^*^^ -''' f ' Tttiarih"wi«|iufc* •«« ^ ui " • I •¦• ThVoceitri ^Mpf»tU \> ,:*V: \ i i- •Tli6!W«^We«^li»im^>»», w^sa-(liili/"( \ ,-.f;:, Fl^teiKdowhriri-the w4»^,B ^a. ' ;Arich\banr>*oi^m«s,v!-:^,^,'"(.;l! In jthe «ky.^a| lipfikrjed ^ ..^; i i. I And theatar*.st»^y smiled _-.**' ¦'¦••• On a ga^WficMrrwoHdi ';' ; i- :. . ' .' - ,!l' ,N,.'li '• "«.!!.;-:'j . '... •'The bright*il4'ry:imoott>xu;io.^ : I ' : ^ Injjtheeaft^diftroae: .:j>^-.-; From its cloujjj-c.urt^i ^b^^ X , , T.ni>m'it8'azpre1rcpoNt)> ,' ., \-., ¦ Ir«rJttled on' trie eait;;r 1>Ji^' ^ '^ Arid it smilW «n -thtf wieit, " T ] Asachildon its parent, m,:> <}>[¦ , Just awoke jfromiUMiept^.UiWu-,i It rose in the splendor " Of a bridal-'decked, maid--. [' A fit handmaid oKearth,!,; j \ , ' Iia her bright robes atTjyjjeo But its face wbs half veiled ^ .|And itseyes'crqsed, tn »leep, , Threw a shade on "the eartli- " . And a shade on t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

f • »¦: *- • ' A Scene In a GaiaMlng-Honse. c c The following remarkable circumstance is vouched for by Green, the reformed gam- bhjr,' which wojeondense from his writings. There is' a degree ol romance attached, that inm manner relieves it of the horror excited byj the .catastrophe, lj occurred at New Or- teinssbme years as' o.'" ^'A sea enptath'Wasi.nihehfihitoflrequent- ing a roulette table, kept by a Frenchman, ;ini company with a¦ party of; gamblers,— G'reeh nitnark* 'that theyrplayed with more regard to fairiiess theA, than iis customary or general with them now. The, captain ,Wi»evide]nily influenced in his.visiu more by it wish to kill time, than any passion for iilie jportf Hie, had visited t,he room frequently, and (its invariable bef.,was Jwenty-.five centsjsinnd Svianer or loser he never mkreased'^..lil.vJsite^:?11 ^ J ,,ace ou tbe niS,u in question, , .„, ; . v. .. , ¦ (. - i ] The ^cafttniti having placed his bet up-. «.'ii ihe r-H <i»r Willi bis head, lea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

Frdm the Ohio CultivaUir. FACTS IN WHEAT CULTURE. s i \ I 1 | I I Ii ! ! Mr. Bathem'an :—I am not iii-w.ie habit of writing for your periodical, but having a wet day on hand, und-j believing that 1 can ommunicate a few pacts, such as you desire, hi regard to!wheat, chess, winter killing, &c., I will troubld you with some observations on this srtbject. I have paid some little attention to the growing of'wheat, and being anxious to doj things as well as-my neighbors, I have generally been very careful in the preparation! of my land, arid the selection of good varieties for seed ; think-Irigit money and laboV well bestowed, if by deep ploughing and jthe extensive" use «>f lime.'lrtched ashes,and suchetable manure as I can make, I cari increase, the prodnct of ah acre from ten or fifteen to twenty-five „r thirty bushelssof wjheat;- and this I have done. So much' by fray t»f preface. ¦ i Last fall, I sowed ifurty acres of whearyof foufcdifferenrlsinds, tn three diffe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

Mongo Pairfe in Africa. ' |. ¦ The folowing incidents are'related Mun- , go Park,the celebrated traveller: ' 1 "I waited more; ihap, two hours without l aving an opportuijityjfp. crosStheriver,.du- : ing whiqh time the peopiesjyho had crossed - arrie^;in'frinhSn%n]' tb''l5f»n^Sfig, tlie fetigj ^ that a white man tyas waiting for a passage and was coming tp se? him. He iramedi- j 'i'r^'^Mrit over bnejofrtW.-. chief ..men. Who intormea trie thn* -tit* ±'*ng could - natp,>*»il ; bly see me until hei ktiew what had brutight'' (be into the country ;; and that I must not presume to cross tlie rtyer without the king's - permission. He therefore advised me to lodge at a distant tjillnge, to which hepoihted, for the night, and that* iri! the morning he would give me-jfuriber; instructions! holw to conduct myself, j This wa^-very discnijTnging. However, as th^re no wag remedy, ;1 set off for the village, where t found tq my ' great mortification^ that no person wbiild admit me in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

r."- m* ; - -i : -¦^•.-,~vA.) t« . i. {¦ An Incident at the Battle! of -MM* | - ,:vlVilJ iJJITfyitvi^W I' While Col. Davis, wjthhis command, was lody engaged! with the enemy^ exposed to heir direct Jfirej'«. ra;»n;;iT|;|Lkr^^Bj;|urout suddenly! rode up, and disiijounting, T Dlaced himsclf.inthemiddle.of tbe-street.— .' fhere, in face of the enemy,] amidst) the ijl -i'. '.i'^ll.kill'S'.W'i^'rt IVj! ;5,Eftit ~iiiitpM_ mickest of their fire, be cboily drew from a' case!; .snipentfe#from Tj'ts *pe$sbW," ^'liSyglass, with .which, lipiiriy'aVijqgted ^itJ^otii properVtpcus ^ -he proceeded ,t<i rectjnnnjtre the Mexican battery. Having satisfjediiimself as to the information jn^SQught, beEstiiit. up the glas"s,]retujned jt, tQjt.sJcase.ao^api^'^Ssfc&^kSw^ «aitf ffiibira-^Siir, kingudetbir;.t»the, HgW^^^B^fc»iJe*»» in flapfe'Sy flAnd. who tlie,dev^.;ani?.yAisJ" " L nmi,s^f , 5%3or,cMapsfieU^J,h «|^ of .engineers.? "All right,! .§ome onbbyii]" 'reapbuded Hhe^Cohp.I ^he5 ]h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

.,Stjc||^|^Jpia|;^^ ;w-;J-''h-; ' | li^;-rl^tt^'^'': ^ '^i^S^ib?^r^^^S^ ^pMw«4b^,bjdhua»c« , and imjtfbadbj; gain.,v,,c ¦I'-i" n'"--"i''irS«T^'Vl' ' ."" "—'' t ". I. '.'. SriWHmMWB.WB*** »«.;iiM*.^ SKJToSHtSSSa^^ -twart/TAirrffl»dD^* Sfrerf** ^^o-Untkoriud ikact fi'' ^Mf»'t&*Pi& :p^^TV0cbtt^^' ri^4<!^^v^y M^misMue , i^' ^^' fir^ltd^rfjink^, fyc.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

IEMOCIATIC 101W1TI8SS. "' [ , roa oovinutpa, ,•'.. .,.••, ,..,,.. .;,,;,: Fi^Ncis.^.'isttinmj;;;, r. . ' , tfjibftagicfc'''-- ac,-v &„,-,-. - - . • ..•¦ -., r-i' <--.:iv,--4s' A.-...,'-.;--; . tea CiHAL cownisioaia, \ , , • lioHt^ioiv^^lttt - -- -.t f'W-ritOrr-r, .-:; l'i,:& ' V »»»'intrBj;Wl»Tit»V«S, • ¦¦''¦ ;¦• "",'¦ - ':i;SAa^Mf;,I^pAl^^;.',': ROBERT R. LITTLE, • An .^ ef Wy<rmmgr». ¦ ' . VOE COMBUilOHkB, " E. P. f iltimAM, r' ii? -...-'<;tf;ii*»oxr' °: ¦ '} &R AITDITOR, ;?? ; JpHN SMILEY, •"' ¦ if Oibion-¦«.-•'¦(>!.».- roa ntiistnieiK, •*^: ;aB JBpLRVEY TYLER, **" " '. of BridgewaUr. —^o'--', . _'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

ELICnOS—TUESDM, OCTOBER 12, 1847 JSP* The " Democratic Review" for September has been received, and under its new management fully sustains its former good reputation. Published by John W. Moore, 170 Broadway, New York, at $3 00 per annnm. * l^P acknowledge the reeeir£. o/ojA» .J^Mjf^^n0lm^Mi^^0i^^- i*^'^ l<^?J»"*n»Wrf by C. M. Saxton, 205 Broadway, New York, at $3 00 per year. The " Architect" is conducted by an association of practical Architects of New York City, with the avowed and laudable object of improving the Rural Architecture of our country. Each ot the four numbers on our "table contain elegant lithgraphic designs, with specifications, bee for Cottages. . Qr An omission occurred in our paper of last week in the list of Premiams to be srw*riW at the Cattle Show and Fair to be bolden in this Borough on the 19th of Octo'ber next, to wit: $5 00 for the best pair of Oxen, and $3 0Q for the best pair of Steers. W« cordially invite the attention of our reader* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

*sr« ^yjjg uoiIJfiTIOHS. '_ it TO» tJOTaRSOH, - JAME§IRYIN, K"? . of Centre eo. c*»al coxxissiona, JOSEPH W. PATTON, of Cumberland a. ' ~ ¦ iuwsesiktatives, ABEL CASSEDY, of Sutqa. eo. - BENJAMIN EDWARDS, ' .. of Wgovdng:co. comnssiOBiiK, PENUEL CARPENTER, of"Harft>ri. ^ auditor, / AMOS B. MOTT, of'Cioeonitt. \ TBti»tBER, PHILANDER LINES, of Montrott.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

-'-/" irke Xante Bsttlea. 'r' < We give our readers this week such ad-4itiosal partieularaand details as we have received of the late bloody affairs at the city ' sjf Mexico; also the terms of the armistice, "andtbe Ifanr/estoof Santa Anna, giving „.fiifeccountof tbcbrttle*. It will be seen that Saata Anna is obliged to acknowledge ,st defeat this time, but exculpates himself '4s tubal from all blame whatsoever, saddling f,th* whole npoii Valencia, who bad com-^'¦fiaod off' tbiadraoeed £viaton. -A corresifa^atof ih« N. O.TiaM* says that VaJen-T&kpma drank during the engagement, and 1v §s|^' JDa* .what'-lie ^"abbwt'rab druhk, ^pife|iSi'tU comrnabdwere « ^ 1m£mfe$J* «*»! $M^&*'$m* •mdfetvtiMt^*^ he *»MlkLikliK+JU&itf&parwtt of Gen. „8«0«. \' .K.-fMi*„ "':$¦< -.,- , iS?"*^'?*^*^*'-' *¦¦'• •-•<-.r"-.S<-*f-f < ^gjjf^G&Mifa*. luapeoMQO ofbos ^mMi^^lUm^Stn. Scott ; aat eo ««k;it taa^, <r*« « insufficieo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 23 September 1847

ERf4jTP4PlTl , .f- ji . From the N.V. Herald. j FVBTiHEB FaWffl MEXICO. The Ne#i^ Orleans-• Picayune of the-9th instant,c<jn|ainsa,js/trie«.of.Je,tt«|ra torn Mr.,, Kendall, together, with the list of killed and wotjnded iorbolh battles.^. ; - TJib,,Ne)i -Yorlc rbgin^ent of volunteers had one"woVeo* arid three men MUed and womdid. '] ','" ; . . "The grtiatest loss of the Americans was sustained 'in the attack upon what Santa callSeoT his Isecohd, line. NoTetpnpoisance bfjlhis strong' poiniion of theebiBtny having been ntbdeilabjl the brilliant' sujepess of the «brnin"g Mnbg inspired • our troops to the 'utmost degree^ of bnthbsi|t8m, they rushed pell mell intbtbe position most exposed, and were mowejfdWn by hundredg: Qui of the sir thousand Americans engaged in imsjighi, the loss falls but little skprioftletsenhundred. - j i . When thk Works of the enem^ came to be examined, a person naturally wonders that Gen. Scott's entireforce was notisweptaway. However,; place them ...

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