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

The ArnsisUee- (The following are the terms of thf armi' sttce agreed tb by the comnwndiug Generals of the opposing Armies at Mexico: The 'lin3ersi'^^~a^pbinTe31' ¦irespecfively —the three first by Major General Winfield Scott, commander-in-chief of the armies of the United States; and nhe two last by his excellency D. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, President of the Mexican republic- and commander-in-chief of its armies, met with full power, which was duly verified in the village of Tacubaya, on the 22d day of August, 1847, tb enter into nn armistice, for the purpose of giving the Mexican government an opportunity of receiving propositions for peace from the commissioner appointed by the President of the United States, and now with the American army ; when the following articles were agreed up on :— ! Art. 1. Hostilities shall instantly and obsolutely cease between the armies of the United States of America and the United Mexican States, within thirty leagues of the capital of...

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

NEW ADVERTlSEHfcHT8 ! ¦ t ' -V . ' -A rTHE subscribers siWbo t receiving by tkeis;y; x !& Erie Bail Road a large addition to their *q< £ of GOODS. We tender otiri gratefol ¦ckMwledi a.1 menu to those who have beretoforefavored us, at d cordially nlriteall whasreia waatof #•»«* GOODp, at Jew meet tagrro as* call. ,! > ¦¦¦' F. B. CHAWM.BR & CO.] Sept 16, im., ¦ .¦¦ • ¦ DRY GOODS. Gingham*, Alpacas, Plaids, Prints, Delains, shawls, Hd'Us, Simons, Thread, Silk, Blankets, Bonnets, Bibjiona. Sheetings, SWrtings,(Linens, Diaper, Fringe, Gloves, Tape, Hooks 4. Eyes, and in fine everything at less than 10 per cent—to be had a' Chandler & Go's., i GROCERIES, x Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Tobacco, Salaratus, spice, Ginger, Nutmegs, Cloves, Coffee, Cassia, Powder St shotj&c.. . : ¦ , Tin and Stoves.oti -hand constantly—stove ware ;and jTia war* made to order or repaired; on short .notice. i . ; i 1 Books & Stationery. School Books or almost ever...

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

. .' .1'. BBs^»»a—eggg^^ NEW APyER^EiIENTS.| t STOVES! ..STOVES £><' rr\HH Urgest end best ««»ortai«Btaf STOTE; [-*¦ r,waw bajng received Mm •sbwribtn \ . 2*" «*«rfn Northstn.Petni'a. Those who e»il g^«<i«s»liiiiiiii ifiip iTTimirnriii imsiiiiin 52r^* »»fwulple«*« gp»lo» • "•»• *** *• *»» W£*«*ihat the aboreqaalitm ere to be bad ^T.^^Voa«bl««ipenie. 535^«iiht Cook Stove», Stanley>fc ^ ;^ d ^ KmCkerbocks,^ ] do do Victoria . ifa us An SandiboUeri^^ J^ most every, pattern, "i \ • >. Double Oven CdOt 8triv^ a^. PARLORjSTOV^ .j> Of various kinds.—Self-regulating, AirtiiW pLiv_ Coal, and Six-plate STQV^S,: Ac. ]^.; ?* *"' 1ST State Ware, | Titt Ware' HiilJoi Ware, Zinc if Copper Ware, and in iAort every thing usully wanted, on hand, or made to order on.short notice at F. B. \ Chandler # Go's. Aug. 4th, 1847. ! FEVER &. AGUE—Jttjme't Ague. PUb ore sold under a guarantee that«ne bottle of them will cure one person of Fever and Agnc or...

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

: AAmthiwiW ipi|tii imlj hiiitiiilWtii»:—- , far Dw ftnt, ^ Tw.^4^ Q^u , lim^j,) fa Mch NfcMnMtklHtlni.'.''-'¦;.- ¦ --| i:-u -"f-"gl :-v = tontio«,SMt«o«kMtd -fsc-.^.'f-iiT- rk^, ^i:» -^Tfrtsx^a^ witktta p^^. J^W •» g - • ^f#W,» -A .-.• -t,gis.,! ¦ -<'; *rA-.v--:i-*!,° -^ii ^.\w '-,v% i.%l;»'w T^Sm «lvti—rt. smuifn" ¦¦ Mil. lttV ^^PuU i^oot^^*.o< . maEnn»p«^r*a?^.;L'.'."' \A ;.•:!">, XisTAB%ias=as=a9==aea99B9i9MB "t^^'m^t^^i.S: of everl&er S!P«i», «*•«»«»?'»T«S||I»*« ;rSr*j*SS^ii>«b"!*!» *****«|i;«»fwr« feurhor»o Cirriagef, "Md the uumbere t^iiMiiM* *b Se!i^a.- iitrtfdl1* -.'*•» J^Wft .'«**• . jasfj^iBffis^^fttth^«tt^^M«s^'rf t^el^^^-mP" I able to the propriete* j h» rmpUktCti W. etolntM P.tron^-.o^^publfc ja^W V;. Montrose, JolyjsaMwirSStf'^if^'^lj'^l T l "— —r--y ^¦:".i—^p»f DtiqiMr« '¦ Rj^asip^Bpii^ S.? Sr; MULFORD & ^©p3p^ , HAVE Wonta^rhitt tmtsiWimuk ' Cheapest. -j ,¦-'•..'?;.- . .;, - -, 1 k-;-vr ,j..|JUj|: Prints—alar^e assortm...

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

Annual Cattle Show and Fair, Ofthe Susquehanna County Agricultural Society. The Society for the advancement of Ajrri-cuhure and the Mechanic Arts will hold ns second annual Fair in the Borough of Mommse, on TUESDAY THE 19th DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT. Persons having any ofthe nnimiih) or articles enumerated in the list for Premiums annexed lo this notice, or any urticlea nut enumerated which may be deemed worthy of exhibition, either on ihe score of superiority or curiosity, are requested to bring them to Montrose at tlie time appointed for the Fair. Although the provisions ofthe Bye-Laws are such that none but members ofthe Stictt-ty, or persons contributing to its ftiflds, are allowed to become co'mpeittors for premiums, yet other persons are not thereby debarred the enjoyment of the benefits'arid pleasures «f the exhibition. ALL, therefore, who feel an interest in the Society are invited to at"end; and it is hoped, that as the annual k<&uinbutioo required to constit...

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

LIST OF PiREMIUMS. For tbe best acre of winter wheat, $5 00 2nd best, ,. -.¦": • j j " r 3 00 For the best acre of Spring Wheat, 5!00 2nd,best . " M *> 3 00 For the best acre of Corn, 5 00 2nd best «- ! ii" 3 00 For the best acre o'O^ts, 3 05 For the best half ai relot Ruta Baga, 3 00 , -.-,.,, A ¦' v" " IJSugarBeet,- 3 00 I ". JiCarroU« ' ao° For the jbett acre o' Pbtaloes a copy of the Farmef?a Inatruciotj^ ; ' ' Forthe best Butter not less than 10 lbs.3 00 For the-best Cheest r 3 00 For the test Cow,[ • | 5 00 2ndbe«^( ¦¦¦- " •.!:,;:>. ' , l I T 3 00 For tbe jbeat Heife^, tBp :"•» Calfiyatorr one year^n / ! "j (| f ! I ( j J For the Ibett Calf, "i copy bf the " American Veterinarian,' or < iseases of Domestic Animals."" -" •.- '|-ri- - ¦: '. : For, the best Ei?c,. | V | . , 3 00 2nd best » i > te jcopjr of Morell's American Shepher ii"- ''¦ H For the beat Boor. ' ! " 3 00 .,-, ; .*«,., , Sow, ; .1,. , ' .j-.jS oo For the beat Bull, j , $ 00 i-«...

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

;"n i I.' • '- 'I'lil'iiiii lii ¦'"' "' ' ;' ' '"" -.- 5,.-- - •' - ''¦ »^ ij^1^«OTUMttt; ; ; ^ ,'~ir~"r~-.r~z ir ""' ¦¦-"¦' ^......^y1 — "'^ '"H«W»h»il feirreaa, the People's riehUinamti 0.^j»w»i^n»Jih«|ce, ^™)»nM-?y;««it! ,*Bj .. ¦¦.Wm.! ¦¦',"¦ nfj,..,; ...i.j,^. i «.,p,, .py.yy j* XMOWTOOgE. WBPT.il, Iff-^PW; CARfc;*«* BuWtngt . emmet of Third and D*ck;8btett^^ it authorized ^cut or Agent for'f do ;J^r^^/^^«W. -^T-: ' ai^jtoiK^J^r^^wr-'" '^^o-' •;yifi ; __ .: Aeo-'" -; -Jo-.r

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

BUDGBiTIO HtJIrintbanks. 4dis I- -Jf ViSttiMOWT. -,-, . ,;.. '.'.. .»«* OOW of 8tAlbani;44;dis; " m( •Wr«Tffli*of Bennington -r^Ji»' • *..-.-,. jmAJg-liAGg;,! ga^nt ^S,t, ,44^1 • -.. °f\0C "MASSACHUSETTS. „.. ¦ . jilir AH solvent banks i dis ' ,.•;.;", to|>par BttODB ISLAJID 'ir'Hf AlftlMf- E?F AU solvent bank* ,--.. 1 dis it^OKft^nf^ MABYtAND, .-¦-.v.'- • jatfia.ldis Baltimore banks j disi .. .^es ; L dis Patapscobk , 4 dis' .. ,'.:.iiSte» 1 dis Mineral bank I disi " jJFi- - g • no sale, Fredericktpwn -.7 — | dis' r-SLiK; >: 3 5 :1 dis Hteerrtwit U ff I dis JeKysburg' "" *" 1^3* Far & MuWlik' Ha-ChambersWg A * *» ^gewtotvn * broke Waynesb'c - dis Westminster J dis Brownsville 11 dis WiUamsport J dis BHe° <¦>** 2 dis Cumberland 1 dis Berks co bank no sale Salisbury broke Hwwtoale 1 <Lu Franklin'bank I dis Bk'Suiq'i co '" ' 1J di* 8as^uehanhah broke L^wJitbKn 1 dis Mdhn^ton ' broke Lunvbk Whrren no sale Frederick- co bk 4 dis VSpBranch...

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

BDCGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS : FIP: ffll¥ TEAS. AT St>W YORK PBICES T, M, BE»«nBW>;:Jpf:B'lNGH'AMTON, ' M-2* N.Y;, Has made arradBements with tbe NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANYir~few the sale of TEAS in Binghamton.nnd can furnish his customers, and tbe trade, with Teas at tbe same -prices that the Company charge' for them in New York, which is, at least, from one to two shillings cheaper on each pound than tbe Grocers sell at.f 'And,in every case ¦ Where theseTTeaVdo not give' Satisfaction the money will be paid bactfox: them.. CataloKae of Teas. , . GBEEN.... Yonng Hyson,' gsod, ,' ' N $0 37k do. do. sweet cargo, , SO do. do. fine cargo, 75 do. 'do. ..*ByW leaf, . ; 1 01) SilverXtaf—seldom sold evenbj large dealer* , becaasVof the: snVall, profits made on its sale—is a ' very-inferior Tea. "do." do. .goldenchop, .;•-. ¦ 150 <lolien Chop^-Tlt&ii the finest' Green.Tea coltiva' ted 'ra'Cnma-J' It is of the.'first' pickings, and exceli-an dflier Gi«en Teas...

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

m ^ AWI°^ &PyE«yijl SEft|ENTS. T %5 -jadr77. Fiito" •*• **??!p. pnrte* *?to ^ ~ #t some onVhiinared thftaW follorr wwai n, ^'&D5enrJd«w^Gwra^^^ 7 fietCcletfial BnMe. aontjnp 1 axM thyvarutoi »cy packoges that iDhine* ttfe«n< t^i^ftrwnt Si»*pritile7e to^ay^^mM^ &$%*£ * ¦ men^inft* Fmrury1^1 :comforJ U ^dr^tl4e8l.j* SitfeyieU goodttaa^hrily^aW' «tti 'theW'atiwholesale prices! CouritijpineTchantfe!* bd.-Mdr^Uvma toaettgo9dTeas.(au;^w*T»lobt. in (hent^tito ptace, M-fed6^ibl6teTin«.i-Em^«> iusf .1 C9S>Tho ab6Wa TEAS ire for sal: Wf'p ii? - • ' ;, '.-,;. !-! L.CM. BEXFOBDrr ,.-.'• •¦•" vij Sblea^ntlb;r,Br»me.'Couhty.. BingliamtnniMiayj UjOBinsiK"' '¦$ ' l-: ' ' / ¦ ,c.Xij5t ^^ioi^sr .M<idiefnes,' FOR SALE^0' llt M. -J IEXFORD, JB IHO^iiTO Ni N. y./ W HO*e*MiT»Bstantiyon hs ad «>U assortment orienJne . DfttJGS; *: ^'SJNES, PAINT8-«fc!OiLi. fiYlSWOQpS S. DYli STUFtS GRGCEBIESj FANCY ABTIClJES.Ai. ^\7ap of^hichwaibekoldrQifB^^ TB...

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

¦ ^S?^tfiR«JHANP^E^^'; \ _.' : r-rl"Ti-ftciSww^T3r TSnow iieei^»*4arf»w l« of5B - ;>:.,:';- i,t^-.- • ¦ - '. ..'.Vi-siW'"1 -.' -' ¦ -~'-." "'-.^W.-.-r>-;\m GpodM ^^^^- .'¦«« CwcHeryi,»fe Hardware; I ? Pooks^rHt#o»'ery,"1 tfroceries, Dye-stuffs,» Nailsp?i&hp'^«k- . _. Thankful«tb m% for V^^^h ^M^ seTliriE cheap to'receive a Bberal share tf Hhebj f«-, 1?$*. X3T BecoU^for CASH'at leMt,be>not to be nhd'ersold: t j ,. •¦ Montrose, May 13; 1847. ; WANTED,Geert Feathers, Butttr Bags. Bees-: wax,£c. &c. . -.- I-.LXONS. , "May 13,'1847. '; !, . . 1 -, .: BOOKS. > LARGE Famay Bibles for 10a; auwcombion and I pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographiea and Atlases, Arithmetic*^Grainm»r<, KHM*fr«»«* Chemical Books; Cobb's, Saundera', aitdl Towns SpeUiUg Book; Porter's Beadera. A 80°!"^ nient of Toy Books .and Tickets.^ Aljoj. Uie new Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, wd Bankxaec«- ties.- Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Book» *c &c. for sale by'...

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

' ..v.-.---^ •¦¦¦ 'MERCHANDIZE; ¦¦: ;.l"~^ . ¦'!;' ,,b..^^liie;;blWigfit,!^ i $X%]MWM FLOUR^SOLE LEATHERMeap, WHITE LEAD,Jheap\:J)R:VGS, a small. lot very cheap, 'N.. 0MLEAN8 8YRUB MOLASSESi^VGAR - COFFEE, ,TEA8,i Tapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISH; IRON, NAIL& STEEL; I'gooditstack, SUMMER STUFFS, large tiaritty and cheap, BRO ADC LO THS^mdKERSE YS, very low price, HARNESS TRIM-I MINGS, a large stock, PORK by the\ barrel, in short, the largest and best . &TOCKaf. GOODS we have ever offered, at prices to suit. CASH PAID FOR WOOL ! ISAAC L. POST &. CO, June 10,1847. IL. POST & CO. are also SOLE AGENTS of • the New York PEKIIS TEA COMPANY for Susquehanna County. tULF Sec advertisement. NEW STYEE GENT'S HATS. SPRIG FASHION FOB 1847. CBOWN—74 inches high. 5-16 yeoman, I bell at at sidas, 1-16 front and rear, £ curve. Tip,} oval, fiat. Brim—1J ieches wide, front and rear, and 1 9-iG at sides. Bkidino—J of an inch wide. The abova new stylo, introduced in New Y...

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

, i.---'; ;¦; iMER(CHAir*DizE/ '"!•'¦ ¦¦; i ; ;• . .. ' —i—!—• ir.:.v..JS(|B^l^MW:i[-.: '; THE subsiribers.Mve rrceived, llieit .tts'nal' wei' selected stoclr ofGOOOS aui.table^to.-'ijfe iea»-; sou, which will be ioldnt price* to iinit the times tor' CA^H QR READTT PAY S Their assortment comprises arnrost' etetW article the People Want in way of DBY GOODS, abchas ' BROioeLOWHS, ! • ~SATI\NET8, ?* ¦ i"''v CASSIMERESi ! trWt%BD8i S{c, ,^c I' ¦ And lots of summer: slufis' for boys' and children's wear. &cl'Amnnglheir I.-.3 .' ¦ '' .' V- CROCKJSRY Aresome of'thi newest patternsl \ HARDWARE i Too numerous to mention. In addition they have a choielotof, \ A ¦ ¦ r '¦ • I ¦ GROCERIES, Such as SUGAR, ^GLASSES, JSP/- CE8, F&ff, Sfc^&tc. ; AH ofwhi^ih will be exchanged for. 1IJAAT Beeswax, Feathers, Butter. W UvJLfs Eggsi Tow-cloth, aridallknids of GRAIN. ; - 7 i B. SEABLE! &. CO. Montrose, June 10,1847. - i 9&V M%%%^. AGAIN.-^TUe subscriber is now...

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

!r , ;\i PATENTf^r3) ICiNES'i'-^ fore given st certifictte- iwbtnmendiof p«t»nt ni«di« - cines,:which indiicriminately nsedj a»«iey: oftwaw I Jo much lujary, but in a case like the present when j 1 know the article V bo 'beneficial and can do no' ' barinVrtnV*e no scruplra5 W «bftiri^fac«! withhf 00* knowledgdi'^ -; -v ¦„<,,<< iJohuQoirbjyi M.D;-, i To Dr.Jayne, Philadelphia. -'!• . .,.,.,.. . CUUre* dip cf.Wprmt^fyewJA. grown op people loo.. Dr, Jayne;; Verniifag^hia' never, hs/em { known to fan; tb curt m the WorstiSta'gea." ." " ¦''v- ' Synvlotni of' tVor»i».^Tbe»e^ headache, vertK go.r^enefaol'thelips.wthiaiMJ^cheekv.grindi ; mgAeteeth during, sleep, :d«tiu; hW 4n3ajiWi aleep ] broken' offby fngpt and creaming, convulsions , f»- ( venshness,1 thirst, bad 'taste tii the month, bflensive i breath; cough, difficult brcatffitg,litcb«g Of the bok . ] trikipaia uttha. stomach, nanjic^, ! jqjieaniisnnaasy voracious appetite, leanness, ieue^nau»,,iiligbt chiU»...

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

Scdtt'0 Sanatwt ifaatei-,. TN offering this to the public,'uie proprietor is in-X fliieilcedby nosinistermonVri-^lLreere desire that all mankind may havethe ben'efitof a remedy wkicli his own circle of friends have only had apportanity heretofore of enjoying, .induces .him to eater tb* ! arena of competition with' the flioasatftfc.' Bntitr I superior and well prqved"' efficacy in all cases of re---1 ceut'-bnrn*, scalds or wounds, a* also inrhentnutism,-' chapped'hands, and old ulcqrs 'or indolent -tttmCTS,.: ought to be known, and its general usewill certaiar \ by malte it the every day'compinioaof the nursery j where'casualties arc so frequent. '. ' ! From numerous certificates iu his possession, the i proprietor offers the following: j' '¦; This'may certify that I have used Mr. Scott's San- j alive Cerate, and believe itan j invaluable core fori bruises, burns, sores, &c. . i '• EDWABD WHITE. \ New Milford, March 12, 184J7 • This may certify that wehavbnsed L.Scolt...

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

MISCELLANEOUS ADV'S. . ^ I i -. - f , _ _— j •..., .—r - Leonard Scjott * (Do's FOREIGN PERIODICALS. THE LONDON QUARTERLY BEVIBW, THE "rJOINBUBG UEVIEW, . XHE WKSTMINSTEBj REVJEW, tHE NOBtH BRITISH. REVIEW, and ^BLACKWOOD'S EDINBBBe MAGAZHfE. TThe above Periodicals are reprinted in NiewTfoj^ immediately on theiVarrbjal by fJie: Bridsh"8teaw> oi|s, in a beautiful clear type, oafine white paper, and are faithful copies of the qriginals^Blackwooir^ Alagaiine bemg an exact Jnc-iimtf ^ of the Edinb? X$ ediuon. , t^ . IThe price* of thejRe-prihfa are le»s than oije-tnnd of those of the foreign copies,-:andjv*ile Ibeyw equally well got up.ithey afiord„al|,tJiat adv4»t*|» to the ^jnericuu' over' ^he Englith reader ' • - ..-TERMS;.-)-.-.; PAIStKNI to it JlJtp*. I» A»VAN<?f. for any one of the four .Reviews, ,!-,..;$3.00 Vj1 •*¦ For any two.. .do{, . '.j 5,00 " For any three. 4do<"V' . 7,W " FbrallfonrofthoBeviewsi. fiS.OO " Ftn-<Blackwood>, Magazai^. -....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

Poetry Tke Jkreaeae •( Lift. All men are dreamers from the hour When Reason first exerts its power ; Unmindful of ii» W««w sting, To sonie deceiving hope we dine—That Hope's a Dream ! The braeen trumpet's clangour fives The j°J on> which the warrior lives : And et his injured country's cull, He leaven his home, his friends, his all—For Glory's Dream! & The lover hangs on ttome bright ere, And Tdreams of bliss iu every sigh ; But brightest eyes are deep jn guile, And he who trusts their fickle smile— Trusts in a dream ! ' The Poet, Nature's darling child, By Fume's all dazzling star beguiled; Sings Love's alternate hope and feur, Paints visions which his heart holds dear—And thus he dreams! And there are those who build their joys On proud Ambition's gilded toys, Who fain would climb the craggy height, Where power displays its splendid light-But dreaming fail!' Whilst others 'midst the giddy throng Of pleasure's victims, sweep along; Till feelings damp'd and sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

The Sole!ler's Wife. From the Provideuco Journal. Go, gaze within that stilly room, How holy seems the air; For there, upon her bended knee, The young wife kneels in prayer. First thought of .her o'erflowing heart, Her husband—fur nwuy ; And ere one blessing for herself, For him I hear her pray. Oh holy Father ! Thou whose eye Can [lierce each fond disguise ; I come to Thee, to Thee I pray ; Oh let my prayer arise. Guard—holy Father, guard ! And wheresoe'r be stray. Oh, hold him fast by Thy strong hand ; For him—for him I pray. My Father, if I sin iu this ; If he an idol be; I prny\Tbee spare him from the wrath j "I've sinned—then chasten me. " Oh let Thy spirit gently move, And lead from error's way, And if lie die—oh let him come To Thee^-for this I pray. ! A year agone, andrthat young bride • Before the altar stood, And rowed obedience ^ honor, love, To him who long hud wooed. Our country's waving stripes and stars Did beckon him awny, And strong in heart, she bade ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

^ttmSBBBSBaBBOfBSSSSBSSBSSS^ g»|t flcsplt'fl ^boocate ^ rusLiiasD irui tbbbjdav aomino, st JOS. BOYD. • tOssea oa we west tide of tbs'Pnbuc Avenue.) TERMS—ONB DOLLAR a year, in savsnee.' . One Dollar and Firry-Cents if not pa" withm three months, mild if. delayed «ntil after the oipu*- . tion of u^year Two OoUsm wiU he esjeted. Twearjr-five ctata additional will be charged .where tae papsris'deliveradby carriers atthe Fnb-Ukbera' expense. v , ,,. '• .1 ; DlscaothuUmces optional with the Publisher, unlearanearages are paid. ." ¦

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

AIDRES8 6MIB UTf« SIL48 WBI6BT, Te> the Bf. *• State Asrricalteiral 8*. . i I' - .r,t*Mi>. ¦ [Bead byjthe H on.A. DIX, Sept. 16, 1847.] Mr. Prt\idt*\ tmd Gentlemen of tke State AgrieuSumlSt titty .-—Had it" been my purpose to yeuteitain you with an eulogiiim upon the great interests confided to your care, the agriculture of the State, I should find myself foi Mailed by. the exhibition which surround: us, and which has pronounced that eu ogy to the eye, much more forcibly,, impressively, eloquently, than I could command language to pronounce it to the ear of-this assembly. Had I m§staki :nly proposed to address to you adi«cnor*eu|jon agricultural production, this exhibition w ould have driven me from my purposely the conviction that I am.a backward jnnd scarcely initiated scholar, standing in the presence of musters, with the least, instructed and experienced of whom, it Would be my duty to change place*. ; iThe agriculture of our State, far as it yet is from ma...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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