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

: '. '" : *e)i^- .ejr Asrsfti^t«k^ ; -v|^ . ' M mill mis'i TmiiiIiiiii^Jj awsjssil'ellti'ase" ' ItvHS^^^^^P^ Sa«BW^*r^.^^g BesaMssVerds. !' '-' de ' "-de rvr-froe AU other sdyeMstsseen iaserted at ssassaaak Iratas. , ,. >:¦, - .. - j. j.s-i--. it j. Letters to UMPoblitbar on b«sbi*ei wi& jfa sTBcamastbepos^piid. I'f -!'-.:1{-.''"

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

ipl IHE 1B.1Y AsTmira io Mcxtci i. , PetbUsborc, Sept. 33,-1847. k The BchoonerjClioron from Tampieo on the-5th inst., hnsiarrived ot New Orleans, -La Patria give>; a letter froi i the cnpitnU though of no later date, which says that the negotiations had.made n satisfa :tory impression, and that very shortly p ;ace was expected, tbe principal articles b iing that the United States restore to Mexic > the Californias and all the ports, cities and towns which the American forces now occu >y. The United States forever! jo retain Teias, its limits to extend to the; left bank of the Rio Del Norte, comprising Matamoros by means of n canal cut for that purpose. In respect to the latter poi nts, nothing definite had been agreed upon " It was impossible to assemble Congress, and a Junta of nobles were formed, for-thfi express purpose of devising a treaty. f Other articles are mentioned, but tbey are of secondary importance. Gen. Valencia surrendered 1 imself to th...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

-— r-f Interesting:War Intelligence. Very Interesting Letter from a distinguished Ofixer in the Army to his Correspondent at Washington". 'V TAcrBATA, Aug 22, 1S47. We are now located in one wing of the A>chVishop's pal'ace. Chapult ;pec, with its magnificent grove, is before us, nnd we overlook the great city, surmuuded by its lakes, and embosomed in its mounta ns. 1 never realized the beapty of the vail ;y of Mexico until I reached this spot. To see it now, lighted by tlie s<S>ft, bright moon, with every village, spire, lliit; and mountain reflected in its 'silver takes you would think it even surpassed the description we toad of it.— There are also some stypendubus works of art around up. But I can tell yoii nothing, for I hav£ not yet been in thi i city, though I have knocked at its gates.-In the absence, then, of something-more interesting, I shall have to tell you of tbe operations of the ar n, -V'' i ' : Cm the1 7th inst} Gen. Twjgg s division lef...

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

— a From Texns. The steamship Yacht, Capt. Cra-nc, arrived on Tuesday, bringing Texas papers of a very hue date. A mountain near the Conches river has been discovered, that consists entirely of iron ore. The qunntity of metal which it contains is probably inexhaustible. Large-numbers of families have removed from the Rio Grande to Bexar, in order to avoid the oppressive exactions of the numerous guerrilla parties that infest "nil the Eastern States of Mexico. These families are treated with great kindness. +The number of Mexican votes that will be polled in Western Texas, at the election in November next, is estimated at about 3,000. Several thousand sheep have lately been driven from the Rio Grande to the settle ments on the San. Antonio and Gaudaloupe. They are purchased on the Rio Grande for three or four bits a head, and may be driven to the Western frontier at n trifling expense^ Tbe raising of sheep has become one of tbe most lucrative branches of agriculture in that s...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

. a^cj ||0^i1lbiio^te7 n - ' ' |:jo£ BOTD, FBBLISHEa. i - —H MM ti "ffi -U^~___ " Hei*»ha¥ h«]#r«i»!;tbe-r*ople, ii riihtt fraintaiti Uaawod by influence, and uubribed by giin." ' — ! 1 ~—¦-'¦¦--¦—4~q_ _ . .. HON1]'ROSE, SEPT. 30, 18«. E. W. CARR,Sun Bwaajin^i"^ corner of Third aid P^ '<Strekr. [Pka'a. is avtkorikdio act at Agintfo&tkt" Peopie't Advoi atef'amdrecerM'auilrtceipt any monies due tkf samt for advertising, Spc. '

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

ELECTION—TUESDAY, OCT0BEB:12, 1847 T1IF NEW YORK k ERIE RAILKOAD. Tlie rapid progress being made in the construction |of this important work, mast be a source of gratification io all concerned, and e.*pecjn!ly to the citizens of ibis county who are to be materially benefitted by its erection within their horders. The energy, perseverance! and efficiency with which Messrs. Drayton [&, Guilder are constructing the portion oj wofk allotted to them in Great Bend lowjitship, (now under the immediate su|>ervit>iqn and nrnnngement of Mr. Gondi-r alone,) mjerit the approving sanction of all iutere'sledl We artj gratjified with being informed that Mr. Brnyion is connected with a cnmpnny t» whom has lately been committed tbe extremely '<¦ hard work nt the Summit;" itnd that he is! personally attending to its execution. This circumstunce gives encouraging promise tjiat a most difficult portion of tbe road Will |be completed in good tihie. So far jus we have...

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

i Cjaamty Commisei*ner.~ a nougpi ti is: with much regret mat we are constrained to oppose the election of any Democratic candidate for office when he has no other! opponent than a Whig in -the field, yet, in this case- we consider that it is our iinperious duty to admonish the tnxpayeisofj Susquehanna county, that E. P. Farnliam!, the Democratic candidate fur the office of County Commissioner, is em phatically itie bandidate of a little Fire-proof faction (einbraeinglthe editorsof ibe "iNortherii Demiierai;") sejected with a;view to p«y'«he ediiors' of J that i».»D«r; "hout jhree.|huiVd^ i)o|lars the coming year, for^iniinfi.iFbicb; wep^Ter m doTi»r<half*the nmOuiitnfmoney paid fo them lajst yeari nlf| the citizens of tbisacou niV will' so directly oppose their own ¦fiiterejitt is tp vote for a man brought, forwardlundjer such auspices and for such purposes ws Will' tresskry say to tkess we eaa; ^^Kn^J^ llM^l^tt toe highly re?p?! J .^'J^"? "^i"¦?**% . fo fid in commi...

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

The Pence Negollatleajs- Since our lust we have received no defln-.te information of the progress of negotiations between Mr. Trist and the Mexican Commissioners. The rumor in a N.tfc paper of the conclusion of a peace is probably unfounded. The Ledger of Saturday last has: some pertinent hints on the subject: " Thei negotiations with Mexico, jt is believed by many, will now lend to a piace, though wellj infonneil officers in the army are of ^ a differ-! ent opinion, founded principally upon the! delay and length of time it takes to consum-i ate them. The MexicnhsiknoW our ultima-; turn, and there ought to be no more timeal lowed them than is absolutely necessary for; the legal ratification of the treaty. TJiefac^ is, we had all along treated! the Mexicans as our eq«als,J until, notwithstanding their de-' feats, they imagine they are equal to us; but the treaty which .Mexico has to sign, is not, after all, n" treaty which in equal nation would sign, considering all the circu...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 30 September 1847

IBDBESS OF THE LITE SILAS WIIBHT - On our first page this week will be found the Address of the late Hon. Silas Wright^ which wos read before the N. Y. State Agt ricultural Society, recently-convened at Sariatoga. The painfully interesting cireumf stances undenvhich this address has come before tbe public, together with-the sound reasoning and valuable rpnts therein cont tained, will be a sufficient apology for the space it occupies in our- columns, although it was. especially designed for the People of New York. ! I It will be recollected that Mr. Wright bad been selected to deliver the annual Address before the State Agricultural Society—hS; had stolen time from his labors in the field, nnd put some of his thoughts in writing feethat purpose—but death cume and, cut sbortthe urrangemeut. It is fitting iher the Isstp labors of his pen should have been enagedi in u cause in which he always took so deep, an interest - He was indeeda model citizen J It was his pleasure daily to...

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

DEIUCRATIC NOMINATIONS. •I' .'—,. ¦- ; . : VOtt OOTIENOR, . --i i FRM€IS R. SHONK, I of AUtgkntf eo. I ' I ¦ 1' i - • ¦• ' ;¦ !. VOIt CAKAL COMXHSIOMBj ^ MORRIS LONi2rSTRETH, of Montgomery ee. . [_ i ' i i VOR SENATOR, ; F. B. STREETER^ ofMontroie. i j | FOR HEFKEItSTATIVES. I SAMUEL TAGGARt, of Sutq. co. I - ' ROBERT R. LIT1|LE, of Wyoming co. \ rbn commissioner, t EJ p. farnham, ; of Lenox. I TOR AUDITOR, | -, . . „ JOHNSMItE¥, of Gibton. < FOR TREASURER, { HARVEY TYLER, .of Bridgctoater.

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

WHIG NOMINATIONS. ' s l for corcnsoR. f AMES IRVIN^ of Centre co. - l . CAKAL COMMISSIONER. JOSEPH W. PATTON, 4/" Cumberland eo. r . ton SENATOR, ~- j.;"t; RICHARDS, of Montrpic. , nSPOXSENTATIVM, ABEL GASSEDY, i of Susqa. eo. \ BENJAMIN EDWARDS, of Wyoming co. COMMISSION KR, - PENUE5L CARPENTER, of Harford. ' AUDITOR. AMOSB.MOTT, of Chceonut. TRXASLRER, . t - PHILANDER LINES, j of MatUro$e.

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

^' ¦^u.--iMa^:mm%».,. * ne democracy or, " |«tUe irj(muogn have selected this talented young man to be »beir; candidate for, Representative.*\The compliment could not have been bener confix ; >nd we shall consider M{» honored by being represented through him. He will receive jwen more thao'"a-full Democratic support jin this county, atidf without doubt, be triumphantly elected, "The selection of suchmHterial for office, tejls well of our Democratic friends in Wyoming. .1

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

goons, killed ; arid 2 Mexicans who were with the comniand as guides, #ounded.— The lst ^ dragdonsalio had> twf \ very fide horse, killed. Half the command been prpjterly muna red'from the Start| no serious damage would have been sustained by our troojM, and the 'enemy been severely dealt withJ ;f! ^2' ¦' ; ' ¦••"J"~t ¦ - Lieufc-Adde is under arrest for cowardice and! dishonorable conduct in the face oT the enemy. ; The Hcharge and.'penalty are very sevejre, and will be I'TOperM investigated. CtJIHESl! CubBs! UUHBtf! urn- constantly beuig^rforbiedujripr. Jsayna'a Family Medicine* Mrs.Sabrfc, wife of Capt John Dunham, Galbrmith Court No.;«, rW^Wpb*,: W* very bad cough, soreness of ibe Dfeist sad- Side| sore ihrout, costive habit, lowjnessof Wuita, with weakness and pain in thi small jjf tneUck... Spitting of blood anolivtr' cnroplaiui*M.' oesn santafe. Cured %y using Dock. Jayue's banauve nils,. Alterative and Expectorant, ^om the Gr^t Falls, (N. H.) Northern Light. r P^ '...

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

mm^um^mmmmgmmaSmWmm . NEW>Aft»fet|ttfefeMEN'PS. P@l^#iSS|§!l.u# I rf!HE subscriber would inform thp public tamsttsratte vor him with their custom,may expectSieir wprk dona in seaspq,, and well done* or no iMfei xV.. V ,,^r.^'WlLlIiAMS. i, Sdyer Lake, Sept 89, l847.-^8w4 ltfz NE^ ^ pODS! 1 ¦T'S?if,.**?ib /,J'¦•!• n** "weiyisg by the N. Y. b*!™ B^.Bosd »lftrgcsddition to theirstock jOfGOOpS. We tender pur grateful acknowledgeiraeni,i to those wlwhavS beretofortfevorect us, and ;K6nii«lly mvttekll Wbbsreia wantof-ewxi OOODi. j)sf tern prists, to giva as a calL ; ¦;<.. F.B. CHANDLER i CO. :' Sept 16, 1847. ¦ * ! ; DRY jGdODS. Ginghams,;Alpaca^PUdds, Print*, pelains, shawU, Hd'kfs. Bunons, Tbretd; Silk, Bkuket., Bonnets Ribbons. Sheetings, Shirtrags,'"Linens, Diaper, Frm^, Gloves, Tape, Hooka & Ey^a, «mj in fine leverything at less than 10 per cent—to be had at 1 Chandler & Co's. | , GROCERIES. i. Tea, Sugar, ^lolassea, Tobacco, 8alaratus, spice, Ginger,...

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

] NEW ttsXFORb EXCirAXOE. ; C.C. WBIGBT i. C.:jSSjtESRlTT,- ? HAVING bought the stock of goods pf Weaver Brothers At Co., and made -large addijions to the same, now invite their oldfriends aifd customers, and the public* generally, to ctj|l and examine their goods. It is thHr indention to gell^t prices lower thun the snme style aud quality of articles'can be purchased.»t any other establishment in Susqueliiinim1 county. iTheir stock embraces tularger assortment of; ] STAPLE if FANCY WRYGOOJpfy thjin lins ever before been offered in this secticih nf country ; and they believe it Will be for the interest of nil wishing to purchase, to call and eznmine their Goods and Prices.' U'hey hnve ulso an extensive assortment of Groceries, Crockery, Hardwafe, 1 Dye*woods, Oils, Paints, $c. which they are determined to sell CHEAPER than any other Store in Northern Pennsylvania. i SALT AND FLOUR >, always on hand, and of the best quality. ' '"Cooking and Parlor Stoves, of the latest a...

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

NEW:-iti VERT'IslM^iy^ "i ^il^iw l LOCK 6c JAMESON;« , i 1^ W,A»tUOKmWE TAUri»B9, ! H AVE'just received the Nsw York anil PhilsdelphlaReportsxjf Fashions, for 1847-3; land are therebyprepared to -do work Aimmctt; of, as ^JST , e Pairm mV dictate, , ! . ^ CUTTING done on short notice; and'•urraiirta' 10$£S 'J f"/aco»» if put together right, j i Or Shop opposite Mack i Hogen? AVsion shop, one door west of tbe.Bowk, Turnpike nV l Montrose, 8epu 1847. ¦ * \ \ LANDS FOR SALE} |, In Sullivan County. rpHE Oonnty of Sullivan having been lately setoff from the County of Lycoming, and the Cojraty Seat located by Commissioners1 appointed' by lithe Legislature on the Lands of the Subscriber, be offers for sale Village Lots and hinds adjoining,! being part of a large body, which he will sell to Isuit Settlers.. Mill-seats and limber plenty. ' J^Ayrf**0* LEWIS ZANER, Cherry Tojwnship, SuUivan County, of MICHAEL MByLBRT, at present in said County to make the necessary !surveys, or of the subsc...

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

i "^titiW AtitQkii&siitwfts' ' ' 1 liilifF ^T-ROSfe AGENCY (?ANT01« ^ COMPANY. THE OLDEST, TBife* -"'-!'- AMEHiCAV^PaVSM^ H^NT » ¦ .^.^..^ Ntl "^^8 ,^ THE CANTON *^<Jo^|^Lu-,' ulorly. known for m»ny yean. KmS^*^ P°P" gSst and oldest Tea Est»Hwhn^fe5S? » **U> pubUc bsve had fuU PWf of lbiri>.miSSlc *_/i'* sponsihility. But such has been;the p!»tiff<i ^*". sing demand for their TfiAS orlato, UJat'thw Hi"" been ohliged to enlarge, !tq a gresteiterivthairj!!* principal establishments;in New York, viz: " "-- i IZo Chatham Sfl&i GrccAwick.Sts. They moreover possess facilities, in relation to tl» Tea Trade, in a veiy abundant degree, snd doubtless superior to any other Tea Concern in America. Their scrupulous regard, to all principles that tend to elevate the character of a largo house, is well understood, and has already secured them a connection, probably, larger than all other Tea Establishments united, and consequently tbej- are determine...

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

j • . JE^PV^IBE^ EOT«| ¦•;.. ! hoSs^L^L^nS^^SSl no aoitxr •tsewn«r«.< ^Meountrrisawss^ 1 ccsutetjeitsrs, l^ofssoosrjr -^r^iiliiiSi lit1 which is wowtl Is tM^meommSmT^ «¦• bat littlel>siMriksiis^ 'nAtwfsss lsssssssMtI Bny 6f tbs rssjBltrAgssJsOBl y, ^9Kr,tfsM .4«,1 Chsiidkr &i: Slmpsoii, Bfomriss,- -'N^-';: Irs Scott, SpriufTilTe. ' \ '"];.?, '^V:.i 1^ H.1r7oo<lrHtf; iKiio^CoslBssts. V' I' Edwin TiffsnyiBrookryiuv '*¦ -J-[ R. L.-S^hih&€6.Summ*^**ill*i , M. Btjn!ttKiNi^r,Mafi«i \ '>'!-'X-' '•. \ A. E.Jtennedjr, Gibson Centrsj. $ | Sttiiley d^Gurtis, Eoit ©ibsot. f t Wells•jfcCo.VDtindsm ' I r']•'•• 1i- I A.;?sp4R(Mh.i:; -' I ¦¦¦ *.¦+¦:<¦] Jost.PuBois, Great Bend, j I.¦¦'¦:{ James Gomfort; Harmony; ic-w- ¦¦?¦- -;'| U. B,uritr#f «3fcCo: GibsonL .,' | i ;G.,G.':PKa^Haxibrd; [ te'l; .:{ Charles L. Brown, Friendsvilk,! 'i -d j- - . - r -j;.* '. ; i ;,!.. ZF-i'-.:'tf ' . '.[ w^L?S^»"oerotsd esriosreefc to the sik. sf Whght'«TndUan!VegetaU...

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

Sound Doctrine. The Philadelphia " Spirit of the Times and Keystone" holds the following sound doctrine io regard to Caucuses and Conventionsr/or designating to tbe people the persons for whom tbey must vote : "The people are becoming dissatisfied with Caucuses and Conventions, ns hitherto constituted; these self-constituted bodies are justly odious and cannot go out of fashion a moment too soon. We must devise some mode which perfectly.har1noni7.es with tbe great principles of Democracy—with the true doctrine of equnl rights. The people must hnve a voice in selecting their candidates; they will not much longer be satisfied with merely going to tlie polls to ratify the dningg of others. " Under the present caucus system in various pans of the country, bat very few of the sovereign people generally take any interest in the matter. The business is usually managed by a small number of interested individuals, who make tbe nominations to suit their 0V11 particular "views;- all that...

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

' ' -¦ i KEW 1 ORB MARKETS. coiattECTEp|wmti.t roa th» people's SDVOCATE W^eataou^ perliriS to,fi5 -S 5,75 Corn meal i d j otjq ,^ Wheat, per jbnshef tuod <S> 1,25 Ryp« do , ^5 ® o,80 Sor? ?° .60 a ,68 Barley, do , n,00 ® 0,55 2al*' *° 0,45 <&' 0,50 Butter per lb. Orange co. d,20 ® 0,22 do i western dairy, 0,1a ® 014 Cheese, per 9b. n,06 ® 0.08 Beef, per barrel, niess, u.OO ®11,75 „ , -d° 1 , , Prime, 8,50 ® 9»i Pork, per. bin-el. mess ^ ' 14-,75 -ffi ,— r _> d S.i muie, 12iS0 ®13J00 Lard, per IU ' a.lOJ-S 0,11 Hams per lb; smoked o,07 ffl 0.09 American wpol, pir lb. saxon 0,35 ® 0.37i do , full blood Merino 0,34 ® 0J8 j ¦ ? *' Merino 0,29 <S) 0;34 do i f,ative $ \ Merino 0,26 ® 0,29

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