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

I J$4rriage0. In Honesdide, <jn ^he 23d inst., by Hev. E. E. Guild. Mr. JJ.hu B^. ^lici, of Brooklyn, -and Miss Mart Jask Baxos, of the former place. On-the29th insv, !by the Rev. J. BJ McCreary. Mr.. Noble Ty Beep, fo Miss Elizabeth Johnstos, botfi.of Greali Bentl. J3catl)s. Ie this Bortmgh, on T'uesday moruing 38th'insL.( Habp.iet, infant laughter of Juhn and Harriet Groi -es'. 1 neW advertisements. Thle Eiglir \ rondersof tbe World! H^ALLOO ther;, Dick—bold on—what's your hurry? \ Don't stop me, stranger,, I am anxions to pet JOHX GROVES, tbegreatestTAILORmthe world, to .cut me a cual, fo- everjbodyiu onr neighborhood says he is' the best Tailor. He has just received the Latest Fashions fn m the Oitv, and I am not goin» to wait until every tody else is suited and come out second best; you l:aow that won't do. fur I am a. man of as good tas e as anybody, nnd Groves is just the mall to suit me. "I have heard the must of folks say that he can cut a coat tn fit anv <r...

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

For tbe Fall and Winter Trade. jVTOW being op< ned at the STORE of J-"", 1 I. L.1TONS. Whejfe ihay be fon id a great variety of - Broadcloths, Pli tin nnd Fancy Kerseymeres, Satinets, Ken tuck Jenns, Tweeds, Vestings (a giod .nssortment,)-some ' rich figii ed Satins, Aferinos, DeLaiof, Plain, Striped - i . and Plaici Alpaccas, V ' ' CasliBueren, : . \. Pannattas, (a ne* article /or Ladies' dresses;) Orlenn Plaids; Gins-h'ntns^Calicos, Shawls, Fl uinels,(*vhtte,!red and .yellow,) Satcbels,^ Carrietitif, I - Oil Cloth,. . ,- ¦¦ -,.. ; ;"- Ajc. tLc-ozc. site. - All of which will be told a little cheaper fcr~cash than- esn-tie ftmnd 1 elsewhere. iept-21vl8«7. - - - ' 7^. ' i^iHBiyp iPIBA IDEIP©^ 7 A Urge asmoTtmetito/ TEAS, including the Pekin Tea Company?*—* tine of which will he sold a*-leas. thau-lbe New Yorl retail prices—by '¦ ¦ ;;.; j-¦'-. : . •!.. s,lvons. 2 AAA Y?CSSbeethis^.Drilh' ugs,SBad:Bed. *UvFVf quilU,' selling remarkably low at the store of j. Lyons. i !(ET L»T ...

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

; VALUABLE FAB1V FOB SALE. 400 Acres of Land—150 Acres Improved To be sold on Monday, Nov. 1st, 1847. BY virtue ot an order of the Orphan's Court in aud foi>tbe County of Susquehanna, I shall eipose lo sale by Public Vendue or outcry, on the 1st Monday of Nov. next at 2 o'clock, P. M., on the premises, all that certain piece or parcel of land or fiirm, late the Estate of Franklin N. Avery, Dec'd, situate in the township of New M/lford in said (Aunty and bounded on the North by lands of Solomon Williams, on the East by landsul Gabriel Evcrts,"ou the Suuih by lands of Job Tyler, andon the West by ljinds of Job Tyler and Jared Tyler. Said Farm lies iti a body, contains 400 acres or thereabouts, is well Entered with living springs, has upon it an abundance of pino and chqslnut timber for buildui; and fencing purfioposc; on said farm, and also a full supply of timber for fuel and other purposes. One hundred and fifty acrct of said farm are under a ghod state of cultivation—have ...

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

JconatcTsn wisklt roa thi rtorn's awrncATS IT PENNSYLVANIA- Under Sis fdis . -BMt^pok bank;, par NEW HAMPSHIBB. sMan.deMevbant ¦*; per All solvent bank* Ada ^farsmMurataak par MAINS.. tessskttmssof fas* par Cauda bank -> lea—V s liaateaotsss--. 35 dis Agricultural bank do7 GiraTd V^do j par City bk Portland do Penntyl'a 'AS par Damariscotta do Germantown par Mercantile bk do * Del co SCOkstter •" par 8oUwater Canal bkoo Chester co at WCnesterpar Bangor Coin bk do Montgomery co . , par Wetttirook bk ; do Fame* ol'Bndac^par CituWbV. .. do Fanners'bk Bead'g ipar Globe bk V. do. Easton P»J Wasninrton co <lo Northampton,^: no sale Frankfordbk . do Lancaster bank par All solvent banks . i dis Far bk Lancaster "par , " . VERMONT. Lebanon I dis Bank of 81 Albans 1J dis Harrisbnrg 1 dis Bk (if Bennington — dis Middletown I dis All solvent banks 4 dis Carisle ,_ . 1 dis MASSACHUSETTS. Columbia bridge par All solvent banks i dis Northumberland par -RHODE ISLAND Miners' b...

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

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMEN TS FHE NEW TEAS. AT NEWTOBK PRICES. L IS. BEXFOBD, of BINGHAMTON. • N. Y., has made arrangements with the NEW VORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS in Binghamton, and can furnish his customers, and the trade, with Teas at the same prices that the Company charge for tbem in New York, which is7 at least, from one to two shillings cheaper on each pound than the Grocers sell at. And_ in every case where these Teas do npt give satisfaction the money will be paid back for them. Catalogue of Teas. GREEN. \ - \ Young Hyson, good, $0 37 J do. "do. sweet-cargo, SO do. do. fine cargo, 75 do. do. silver leaf. 1 00 Silver Leaf—seldom sold even by large dealers, because of the small profits made on iu sale—is a very superior Tea. ' do. do. golden chop. , 1 50 Golden CAop—This is the finest Green Tea cultivated in China. It is of the first, pickings, aud excels all ^therdeen Teas for the delicacy of iu flavor, strength and arona. Heretofore this Tea lias never re...

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

^'^w^^alliKCHirNI^^ /;'¦' ir l-\ J.JLYONS?" ' . l^ sWiwisfctogajfcandsbs^ j Dry Goodj, Crockei7>« Hardware, 1 Books & Stationeryr Groceries, Dye-stuffs, W ,. Ji-ails, Fisn, »&c. «Stc. ; Thankfril to friends tor past fftvors, bs ^op81 by iellhM c*eap to receive a liberal share ot |neir pai-?oZg. *^ Beeollert, for CASH at least, he is not nrbe undersold. Montrose, May 13,1847. WANTED, Geese Feathers, Butter, Rag", Beeswax, Ac. Ax. MLYONS. j,;Msy.-13,. 184?."' ' '- H~ ' BOOKS. JT ARGE Family Bibles for 10s; also common and JLi pocket Bible*, Testameutt, Geographies and Atlases, Arithmetic*; Grammar*, Philosophical.and Chemical Books; Cobb's, Saunders', and Town* Spelling Book; Porter's Readers. A good assort pent of Toy Books and TkkeU. Also, tbe new Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, and Baptist societies. Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books .fee. &c. for sate by J.Lyons. May 13, 1C47. PATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pint, Butter 8tamps and Ladles, by J. L...

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

BlW68ip^iS^|EB TI.SM^NT8:V pany, 75 and 77 Fulton st have imported into this msAettosne oae swidred; thoni ind dollors worth of w* finest stiit^of Greta and Black Teas grown in the Cetetdal Empire, dona t p m all the Various fahcyrpackaget that Chinese Ing sanity can invent It u a priVilegs to buy Teas at i his great establishment, and a luxury tndl comfbr, to. drink them.— ^Be^H M^Woat^sni n^^tiwliole sole pricesT 'Conlntry. mjrebants who with si ways to tell good Teas! can stiwsT,s..c otam them at this placebosressoistble tertpa.—JSa poriumr iy The abwe TBASlarnliW tile by , UJM. BUXFOED, ^ole'agentfor Broome County. BinghamtonL may 1.1^1847. List of popular Bjledicines, FOR SAimpYL. Ml RkkFORD, 1 B.NGHAMfo^.Y., ^lIlTHO keeps1 ;! constantly^n Hi»n^ a faU JMort-W meat bTgepuinvSEBGI I & ^OlOims, PAINTS*blLS.'D.YXWOOpS *«« STUFFS GBGCBRIES, JA>pY ARTICi .ES,] 4*. icg-oil ofwMshwmi^solufcrH^P^S THE CHEAPEST. / ' ¦ I | ' ' Piiicx. "^L Pmcx-Sands* Sarsaparffla $1 00 ...

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

" ~':"lTr~l [|IBBC|i ANDiZE- ~ ^ "p To b>e bought,r AT I. L POST & GO'S. FLOUR, SOLE LEATHER, ckeap, WHITELEAD, Sktap, DRUOS; a small hi very cheap, N. ORLEANS &YRUP MOLASSES, SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS, -Tapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISH, IRON, NAILS, STEEL,' good stock, SUMMER STUFFS^ large variety and ckeap, BROADCLO THS and KERSE YS, very Ion price, HARNE8S TRIMMINGS, a large sttfck, PORK by the barrel, nt short, the largest and best STOCK of GOODS we have ever of fered, at prices to suit. ^^^V \ ^ CASH PAID FOR WOOL ! ISAAC L. POST A CO. June 10, 1847. IL. POST A CO. are also SOLE AGENTS "of • the New York PEKIN TEA COMPANY for Susquehanna County. t&* See advertisement , NEW STYLE, GENT'S HATS. SPRIG FASHION FOB 1847. CBOWN—7 J inches high. 5-16 yeoman, J bell at ot sidas, 1-16 front and rear,' j curve. Tir ] oval, Hat Brim—\\ ieches wide, front and rt-ar. and 1 9-iG at sides. Bmniso—\ of an inch wide. The abovn new style, introduced in New ^ Yorkon Satur...

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

i MEKCHAWDtZE. j j^ew Groods ! THE siUcriber. have received their1 , usual well tele, t^ slock of GOODS suitable to tbe teaston, whic i,will be told at prices lo tail the timet for j (|ASH OR READY PAjlf! Their as^orunen t comprises almost every article the People; want in way of DRY GOODS, tuch a* i BROADCLOTHS, j ¦ . i -s i SATINETS, | i> CASSIMERES, i j TWEEDS, tee. 4-e-i And lots pf summer slant for boys and 'children's wear,: Ap. ; Among their . jcrockery: Are some of ibe newest patterns. ! ' j HARDWARE; Too num scons to meutiou. In addition they have a cboieilot of I groceries; i Such 4 i SUGAR, MOLASSES, SPL CEfy FISH, Sfc Sec. All of which will be exchanged for \TtT//"ki»f~|T Beeswax, Feathers, Bntler V" VJfiV-FJ-J. Eggs,Tow-cloib.snd»llkhuli ofGRAlf<i R. SEARliE &, CO. Montrjise, June 10. 1847. "' SHAWLS DELAlN, Tuglioui and Stradilla Shawls, just u rivbd aud very cheap at Salisbury's. July; 1847. 1 : MECHANICS' ADVERTiSEjMENTS. lit rpi THE Publish...

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

-:. ¦¦- :'PATEOT---«EP|lCtNE^^M " called upon Dr. Jane, in order .that he mirht undertake my case. He directed sle tn uk* ait-alterative thre«itaaMt a day; and hit! Sanative PilUatoften *» I tbould fipd itaecstwry. „ I have now taken his Alterative four months and am, most kanos to .tayu^itlss-anttiBly^cananisi^3 '•' W!w™ , llSNor^ lO th^Phaadelphia.I jlfsnj- psrson doabu^' ttatelnent, "6mjr wni please call on Mrs. D. Stewart asd-Mrf. B.Detwb. ty. 332 Spring Garden street :Sor on Mrs. Taboor, where i reside, who are acqaaintad -with my tituatton before .and whil* 1 was taking Dr> JayoVa ntrdmT- . _f "¦.'.'" "f Crlewbenr:' ~ Prepared only bjrDr. D: Jsyne.TlniaelpniaTsna s»ld on agency by N. M1TCHEL A CO. InTUfitU, Montrose. ... I ° Sett's: ©ditoiipe derate!; TKI offering thlt to the public, the proprietor it in-M. fluenced by nosinistermotiye; a mere desire thai all mankmd may bavethe beiiefitof a remedy whlcb jut own circle of friends have ?nly had opportunity heretofore ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

gtye fjteoylc'0 AJBbtag^ rCBLMHED ETXKT THU11SDA.Y ¦OmSll'O,-»» * JOS. BOYD. (Office op the west side of the Public Avenue;): TERMS.—ONE DOLLAR a year, in ad»atice._ •; One Dollar and Fifty CenU if not paul Within three month*, and Jf delayed untjl after thei expiration' oftbe year Two Dollars will be exacted. .Twenty-five cent* additional will be charged where the paper u delivered by earner* at the Publi*hera' expense. .,,., Discontinuances optional with the.Puolisber, unless arrearages are paid. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

xWoftrp ^ from the Parlor ftlagaiine. " Pstfx iKVoim."* ar iRia'Mi.s r^nnr. Prairie* fnif» ye've wo" ray. heart—Loth am I with you to part\ Where's your'like the wide world thro'? Solemn prairies, paix a vous. \ 'Traveler o'er these wide domains, \ Verdure of these fruitful plains, \ Darkling streams, and lake of blue, Ever, tver,paix a vous. '• „ J, Red man| for thy fathers' graves ;'<r Searching mid those grassywaves— • Graves, nor ftorae no more thou'lt view : Child of nature, paix a vous. Mississippi, turbid river, Flowing on forever, ever ! Bear me to the ocenn blue ; Mighty river, paix a vous. To my far New England home, While I tarried, de«th hath come ; Death will not his work undo—•Sister, brother, paix a vous. Lo! New England, soon I greet thee ; Dearest motner, soon I meet thee; Hearts I leave afar, adieu—God be with you, patz a vous. * " PiiCE to roe."—These lines were written on retunnus home, after four years' absence on the Wettern^PrairiM. - .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

From the Parlor Magazine. BURIED ALIVE. JflisccUang: Is anything more horrifying to the apprehension—^can anything be mure awfully horrible, than the reality 1 I can never forget my boyhood's impressions on this subjeci.— They—the thoughts and fancies of a mere ¦child—are living in my memory to this day, with loathing and terror. I was told of the practice of the inhabitants of some heathen lands, who, when their parents bud become ¦ old and burdensome, or when their friends were hopelessly sick, took them out into the fields, or by the river's side, and, having dug a shallow hole in the sand, laid them in, and covered them under—the old, the wayworn, the weary, just ready to die. My fancy pictured to me with terrible distinctness, the whole Rcehe. I -could see,, ired I can see vet, the earth thrown in upon the victim—f and the mockery of compassion with which my childish imagination told me, the unfeeling son had feeling enough to begin at th< feet, leaving the mou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

ANEDITOB'§BETEXOE. : The New Orleans Delta (recently pul dished n letter from the army signed " Leonidas," which Was a set off to the dispa ragenient of GenjPilloW's character by some of the press of that city, lor it showed "th it he p :rforrhed a conspicuous part in the lati i battles. The editor was assailed most violently for having published this letter, b it be has at length reaped a full revenge on i :s opponents. In the letter, if, originally published; there appeared a number of sta rs or asterisks,indicating that sorie passage;! had been omitted. The Bulletin and the Picayune caught at this fact. Thy called loudly for the suppressed sentenCes.:''l8stne wag furn'ishedfthem, and the D«lta tells the rest ¦ of theory : \; * - ^*-.t- ^ ^ - ---gr* "~Pa"E!StAR Hoax.—Otiflcity "ro» fss'erday a-sce'ne of the richest joke of m( dern times. .Indeed, we fear almost to attempt to relate it to our readers, lest we again en--dnngerour already sorely taxed sides. We shan't get ove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

± ;T ,MteI,^^iNCiM«Jj . 1 The foUow,„g hUm^ ^la,ougelfia ^ ken/webelieve, frbm ^^^ the novel, of i J)r. Lover, the author of, «Tom ^^ of , ipurs." . . :- j ...:<¦ X^; -.f ' , | " I believe o. woman Would, ^"^ „^Ht , !dealfor a dance," said Br. prowlm^iH^ ; are immensely fund of salutary moti,^ I remember one in nyr life I used to furLwith iouce who was a gr^at favori te inn prpvinaaii town where I Jivedj and she^vas incited to i > ball there, and cbnfiile^ to me that Mie had no stockings fit to appear in, and withoutthero her presence at the ball was out of the question," 1 t , • *|'T>tit was a:hint.;fQir ypujojbuythe stockings,',' said Jfick". JA^ U-^w.--^^!i ' ' :'" '^Ilo.ryoufre ou| t5V said Growling. ViShe i;newlthat I Was.^s potir as herself; bu t hough ?he could not rely ;on my pu|;se, she had confidence in roy taste atid« judgment, and consulted'me tin the plan she bad for going toi tlie ball in; proper;twig. Now what do you think it wa^?" „, , : ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

j from the Philadelphia Sun. j imownfittG. The follqvvihfe is from n letter by Admiral Beaufort to D . Wollastou, in the Memories of ;S|r John !l Jarrow, just publised iu London : ^ \tr-zC~ ~ ' '•' ' • I J.'Manyiyea;!(^g» when J was a ypuugstef on board it ideof bis majesty's shipi in Portsmouth harbor, after sculling about in a very small b>at, I was endeavoring t«i fasten her along side the ship to one of the scutlings; in foolish eagerness I stepped upon the gunwale; the boat of course upset, and I fell nto the water, and not ki owing how to swi rn, all my efforts to lay mid either of the boat or of the floating si.nils were- useless. I The transaction had uot lieen observed by dhe sentinel on the gangway, and therefore Sit was not till the tide had drifted me sorrie distance astern of the >hip that a man in the foretopsaw me splashing in the water, and gave tbe alarm. The first lieutenant instantly and gallantly jumped overboard, the carpenter followed ins ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

¦ | flOUfSIEUB TOJfSOSfjC^lliE AjOAMI^ Among the ma^y Mexican lierocs, whom he present War hag raised lip to adorn the listorjrjof that natioii^there ik nonfcwl»;"|«,! lerves more of his c^umry tha ti-tbe perjinaisious Tofrejdn."J Tfliis l^orrepbn, arJTfrniohn, appears to be a regldac Johnny jo^ap up^springinli:; u^witbjgre ar ^ erveriit^' wa more it is tried - to keep' hint down, n Since the days bf the renowned Muhchaugen, no man has gone ihrough so mk^^raJBgil'idi ventures as the Aztec hero. [Wtter annih^lafit»n» appears to he rather pleasfflt> than ntherwjie p Tdrrejon, and -if -Miwerf bfcf n;. into a. thousand atoms by th«AxplQ«tQViflEi^ magastmS-^Wrd|»'nbt ntttltraiiy.^o^I^^iniT - .m^a>^^^;liiB^£|^||e : r;^^4^ ^iw^a^^ntmit^lig^ A'ki^^nJiW' blaringinitls;? No^thrt mdii hW^aftitlfi ol hiswonderfiil powers, for, likje the polyptis, he canii reproduce JiiraseUM 'infutUmmr^ Wheh" we heard of the brilliant battles of Palo Alto and Reseca^tbe irst Mexican officerhnt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

^T^^^^^^^ ff^vl Adverdsements oowpiifooasl y in|erte4 atws:usW alrates of Fifty CenW pen »ao»x«fUlii^ «.l«s». , for toe fu^ »^ TWenty-fir, O&.ald&samlpr each:»ob$etoen»-ta!«*0B,--> .;§#- 5 W^ %$M. ' YeWlje;A*erS»«Jaei» ts,--wlth.« W^r2aga«<lfltoration; not to sxee-ea k\-;-'>' ¦ !i.;| % U s. t« if-' QuarterwtamnVvrlth'thepaper,pWyesr,' f 1500 Half column, [ > 0> " 1§° ' ? 8 H .One column, , >) -,.,-., do, j -^ j, i A9; j.;;t < J% ?• Bosincss OsrdsVv * '' 'do. Iff * ~ - *$? All other advertisements nnserMdTit re»son»ljl» rates. .. j,.. s.Mi.-,.;,-:.•!.'» -,.-4*'.i-dr:-5K'.',J.'3 ' i. Letters to the PoblSfTier onbulaieM; withlheJrfj fice must be post-pid: ""'fT'T j \ ,L

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

From the St. Louis Republican Sept. fife Later from Santa Fc. ' Arrival of Gen. Price, D\. De Camp, U. S. A., and others, at Fort]Leavenu>orJh-Progress of the Troops inarching to Santa Fe. ¦ We learn from Fort {Leavenworth, that Gen.,Price, Dr.~De Camp, U. S. A., and others, iii advance of the volunteers'whose term of service in New Mexico had expired, arrived at that post on the 16ih, from Santa Fe. They left "Santa Fe on the 11th of August, proceeding'b y easy marches to Moro. When they took their departure, all was then quiet in New Mexico, which was then held by three companies of U. S. A. dragoons, and three companies of volunteers which had re-enlisled under Major Walker. On the the 15th of August, they met Lieut. Allen, with Capt. M'Nair's company of mounted men, and they encamped together on the Moro. Next day. Colonel Eaton, with l)is, battalion of infantry, reached the same point; he had with him a large train of government wagons, and « large drove of beef ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

' , ,THEEfcl3C^l6*i>' _;^. - , pur renders will notlforget' that the' gub-' ernntorial election will be held; on Tuesday next, the day of our General flection; .and when they! cast their rotes f&r Governor, they will not forget the Sdelityjjintegriry and inflexibility with which that universally 'esteemed pattern-man of democracy, His Excellency Francis R. Shunk, has adhered to and sustainjed the distinguishing principles of the great Democratic Family:" 'His opposition to monopoly and encouragement' to individual (enterprise have; secured to him popular affection in ii degree which will tell Well of hinj at the Polls, as the news after election will attest. t .,':s?.S;''

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