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

-, ;^__ 1 v ' tlon. ft*, b, Eldre^d. It was announced in siinie if the Harrisburg papers, several monthsrsijice, " that, the distinguished gentjemem aboyq named intended sooir thereafter to visit his friends (of enemies he hiis none,) who! surround bis late home in the North. 'We have not heard of his journeying ^ /iiMer7<;prrf,ibiit are confident that his advent would be hailed with extraordinary gratification by {numerous citizens in the Northern |tier of counties.! -No one withiil the circle 'oft our hcquaintjance, however conspicuous; possesses jii a:more enviable extent the njttractive elements of personal popularity llihii. this estimable man. -Higher destiny awaits, htm. -r ¦ j

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

E. P. rarnharh. The editors of thei "Democrat" siy we' ¦ , I ( . i ¦' oppose the election of Mr. Fhrnham to. the office of County Commissioner, because he will uot bend to onr " nefurous purposes." What are those" purposes.!"! Thee ' ectOrs who read this shall know. We are opposed to the people who pay county taxes-being', required to pay into the Treasury several hundred dollars year after year unnecessarily. This they do, and we know it. ' Much money is paid out by the Commissioners for their own and others, benefit; which should be retained to lessen tnxationfor Coilnty expenses. We refer to their last yearly account in ^ irodf of our assertion. / : It is asked, how-is this difficulty to be remedied 1. We» say the ," ice/mav De oreken" by the defeat ! pf E. P.y Faruhora.— ""But you then, elect a Wh|g !". Suppose one Whig should be admitted to the-Board, who might detect nndexposetjie " nefarious" schemes of the majority ifentertained-; what great harm could resulttherefro...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

Kill I I'iril IU: FEOfllflHTT TERRIBLE & BLOODY BATTLES! Tremendous Loss of Life: * '" ; ; P The flight of Santa Anna totxuadaloupei . ^ F1CT0RIOC8 ENTBY OF THE AMERICANS INTO THE CITY OF MEXICO! SANTA ANNA WrOUNDED, AND GEN. BRAVO KILLED! Vigorous prosecution of the War. The N. Y. Herald of the 3d inst. contains the following highly important intelligence- from the "seat of war, brought by express in advance of the mail: x Baltimore, Oct. 2—Evening. The Steamer James L. Day arrived nt New Orleans on the 25th ult., with the most important intelligence yet received from the seal of war. -We extract from tlie N. O. Picayune of the 26th ult., received by the overland express for the N. Y. Herald, tbe following particulars: . The Arco Iris of Vera Cruz had received letters from Mexico, under date of the 9th, .stating that on tho 7th the Mexican Com missioners declared that the propositions made by Mr. Trist were inadmissible; in consequence of which Gen. Santa Anna c...

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

. ,e _,_ i . . From thn I'uptic Lfdrrri Late from lOxxicb. Highly Important—Peitf Propositions rejected—- The Mexicans Refusing to fix the boundary line of Texas beyond the Nueces—The War Renewed Another Battle at Chapultepec—Mexicans Defeated Gen. Worth Wountled The Mexicans preparing for another and final Battle Reported Revolt at Pvebla. The Ledger's Special Express arrived at Baltimore last night with the following important intelligence from Mexico, which was immediately transmitted by telegraph to this office. It will be seen that the Mexicans have crowned the measure of their folly hy rejecting the propositions of Mr. Trist for an honorable pence. This is the niot-e surprising after their late signal discnihfiture at the very gates of their" capital, inasmuch as the tertns wfiich are stated as those offered are much more favorable than we; ever expected "our government would grout,.or that so perverse and headstrong a nation deserved, after plunging ' the two countrie...

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

£l)c |3couU'9 3.fJuofatc. JOi. BOYD, PCBlSsHER. j < '-" ,- ¦ ¦ ."mL i ".'¦¦ j"?^-"'"1 "f • " "-- I " Here shall thr Pres», tho People's rightsj maintain, , Unawed by ini luouce, and uabribed by- gain." WOIVTBOSE. OtpT. 7, 1847. E. W. C AR|R, Sufi Building, IV. E. corner of Th ird and Doc\k Streets! PAiTa. is authorized to 'act Ms Afrtntfor the "People's Advocate" and receive and receipt any monies due th e same for Advertising, Sfc.

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

_ '—' -t-—^= — DEMiCRATIC NOMINATIONS" FOR GUVEE.fOR, FRAVCISR.SHU^K, of Allegheny Co. FOJR CA^AL COMMISSIONER.,* ' MORMS LONGSTRETH, of Montgomery eo. - ; FOR SENATOR. - F. R. STREETER, , ofjtgnlresc. 'oniRfcFBr.5E!tt.ATIVES. : SAMJUEt' TAGGART, i , ' of Susq. co. _ ROBERT R. LITTLE, I °S Wyoming-co. '; FOR COMMISSICISERE. P. FARNHAJl, • oj Lenoa. ¦ inn AuoitroR. •' JOHN SMILEY, ; of Gibson. f i i' i TOR TREASURER, HARTEY TYLE& I pf~ Bri£gear.atcr. \ —i—— ——¦—r"WHKJ NO^ISTIOSS. I FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES IiRVIN; I" I Pf Centre, co. j CANAL COMMISSIONER, j JOSEPH W. PATTON, • of Cumbrrtand co. . TOR SENATUR, i J. JT. RICHARDS, j of Montrose. I ¦ ' ' : - ! nEf RE5F.NTATIVE5, i | ABEL CASSEDY, ; ff Svsqa. co. BENJAMIN EDWARDS, I of Wyoming co. ' J COMMfSSIUNER, PENtEL CARPENTER^ \ . of Harford. - i AUDITOR, A|MOS B. MOTTf, of Chccmu!. TUEA'tl'RF.R ^ PH LANDER LINES, 1 of Mont-toff. T^ IL 1_ I ELECTlQli—TUESDAY, OCTOBER; 12, 1847.

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

latest from .Tlcxico The Public Ledger of the 1st) inst., "cont.iins the startling intelligence ofja renewal/ iif hostilities between Gen: Scott and the'. Mexicans. The Mexicans wi?r6 repulsed] and driventiiidk with a severe \oi». It was; hoped and believed that peace would grow <iut of the conference that had taken place between the! two parties, but lhe| Mexicans; have ngaM broken, their faith and nierited thereby uijiolher severe eastigatipn, which ihey will assuredly receive. By (he Inst ^ accounts ourj-troops were already in: possession' of two of tjie streets of the ciipitnjj.'iind had driven the 'Mexican force towards the plnzni A desperalje ftrhet fight would probably foli low before j the city was lukeiii as the Mexi-! cans had (nken advantage of the armistice' to entrench themselves in the city and pro' vide for hulling every kind of missile at their foes. Livifs will be sacrificed which might have been paved by entering thje.city with the retreat(ng and pfuji...

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

_==, , NOTICE. . i - . Those who have taken snick iu tbe ;" People's, Advocate As^ociutioi,-" bur m-e delhiqueat in paving the amount of tb'iir. Rtitwcrijilinn. arc irnipiested to - fiq-k over" witbmil delav. It i.s ho|>e(l this hint I . ". - ' will suffire. The subscript:oji may bo-found at the, ofik-o of Lujik & New Ion. with whom; i| has been lei t with ii;*jlniclums lo collect all iirj-eiini^es spet-diiv. i i i

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

s Tpbacco ¦ Tenririons woed.whose scent ilrt» fair annovs! 'v-K-e worst ¦••n'W-t. is thai of baiiishirif for hours, *¦ -.- «ei whose presence civilize.-, ours." Those who heed, not Cowper's objection ts its use, and relish an itrtiplc of superior flavor, will be pleased with such n-s may be found in these partSyWith " II. J. Grant-Agent—Fine Cut, Ithaca" inscribed upon its envelope. * Try it. Wc vouch for its dchciousacss. Tor the Advocate. We of Jessup Township are (some of us f. least) disposed to let E. P. Farnham «nnw that he cannot hnveonrvorestosquano»- hundreds of dollars of the People's nion-Ton pets, or unnecessarily, as tbe old Commissioners have done; and we hope that party considerations will not lead the independent voters of Susq. Co. so far from their "" interests as to cast their votes for him. A Jessup Dcmocrat.

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

Democratic Taylor Itlass Tlcctins;. At the Democratic Taylor Mass Meeting '•"¦the Stale of Pennsylvaniarheld in Har-•nt'urg on the 24th of September, A. D. 1S47, in pursuance of the call of the Democratic Taylor Central Committee, the Con'eiuion was called to order by Benjamin PiBKE, Esq. HENRY A. "MUHLENBERG, of Berks, was chosen "President, as-*it*d by a number, of Vice Presidents and --rretaries. On taking his seat, the chairman returned ¦tanks in a few brief remarks. On motion of John M. Read, Esq., of nnladelphia, a committee of 10 were select-« to draft resolutions expressive of the sense ""'tie convention. During the absence of tbe committee, oni * >">'ion, Francis C. Cabson, Esq., of Dau-i ¦"nn, addressed the convention in an able1 „««<! eloquent manner, and. was followed by 11 James Bcriwide, of Qentre, whose reffl*S« elicited frequent applause. j Tlie committee now returned, and reports-through their chairman, ). M. Read, j '11' following preambl...

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

» Iiibersy jTIcket, ; i For Governor, F. Jf. Lcmoync, of WasMoton co. For Canal Commissioner, : Wot- B: Thomas, of PhfladelpaU. for Senator, Balpk B. *Ll(tle, of Montrose. • , For Representatives, John Itl'KJnney, of Great Bend. Ira Kinney, of Brointrim. . For Commissioner, - Samuel Bard, of Bridgewater. For Treaaarer, Wm. Foster, of Montrose. For AiJditor, ntram Allen, of Forest Lake.

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

SCROFULA—JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE has been prescribed in almost every variety of disease and with unparalleled ueccess,, especially in Cutaneous affections, Cancerous, Scrofulous and Scrbutie Diseases. Liver Cam*)>luint, Dyspepsia, and diseases arising from obstruction nr .enlargement of the Glands, or imparity of the blood. Mr. J. H. Anderson, Lambertville, N. J., says, I have used three bottlesof your Alterative withmost decided good effect. Mr. J. F. Fraser, Sidney, Ohio, says, I have^pld the last bottle of your Alterative, and the indications are, that it will sell very rapidly. It is highly spoken of by all who have nted it. •GoAvdy, Hazzlewood, &, Davis, Campbellville, Ky., say«.—We wish you to send us two doz. of your Alterative, as we iiave run short of the article. We are curing a Cancer, and we want you to pack the Medicine immediately, and forward it on. Yonr medicines are taking well in thisscction. Messrs. Thralls & Pottiuger,- Warsaw.-In., say, April...

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

ittarnages. At Great Bend, on the 30lh nil., by Rev. James R. M'Ci-ean-. Mr lixr.s M. TIlljA v. of rfonesdale, and Miss I"o\is\ SiiEnwoop, of Mount Pleasant, Wnvne c<\. Pa.

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

IM^IMJb^ots^sS^ i THE subscribers have oa hand a! large sni <« & assorted stock of LEATHER cOnaiiftng of * 5 Sole and Uppeif Leather, Calf Skint, Rip Skins, Patnasi Harness Leather, and Sheepskins, which they are determined to sell at prices satufiio tory to purchasers. ; ^ BOOfS & SHOES. A largeJ assortment, iof all sorts and aizea, of aniwrior quality, and of our own manufaeture, at pri< et very low. t^p-Cash paid for Hidtes and Skins. Most kiids of produce taken in exchange for tbe above ham ed articles. A. MOSS & SOS Ntiw MSlford, Oc}. 1st, 1847—69w5 NEW GOODS! rpHE subscribers are now receiving by tho N. \t. •*¦ ft Erie Rail Road a large addition to their slofcfc of GOODS. We tender our-gratefsj aekmitviedJementa to those who have heretofore'favored as, aid cordially mviiea]l«wboarein ivamolgood GOODS, ol low priees to giro'us a call. ¦ I * : F. B. CHANDLER & OO.I Sept 163 1847- . I DRY GOODS. GinghaoiSj Alpacas, Plaids, Prints,...

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

j WEW -ADYEyfISfe*MJENtS.-'j f ' ''' fe,.s-toves.1 j;:sxopis;i;- ¦ . 'iPHE Urgtst and beat assortment of STOVES are ¦ffij^aow-being received by the jaobaeribeiai that SJ^jer in Northern Penn'a. Those who an degj^llj'^eowbining comfort, eonveaience, eeoBomy So^iSS'*:'wai t?1**1* Pve u»',, c&> "d wel """U ' with fee uS1*1*11 ^ above qaslides'are to be had ^^^%^ht Cook Stoves. Rmr^erbockeiife t t 3 and 4 boiler C^l^es ^almost every 'paittehu ¦-*¦¦* - r. Double OietfGfpM Si6fe* !&,.' ' PARLOR STOVES, ui'f / Of various kinds-—Self-regolaling, Air-tighiL"p.;i^. Coat, and Sujplate ST(J*fES,: &c.,.. . ,'"?.""^ior - 'i3P Stove Ware, Tin Ware' , Hotitno Ware, Zinc c\. Copper Wart-, and in short every thing usulty wanted, on hand, or bade to order on short notice at F. B. Chaniltr Sf-Co's. Aug. Alh, 1847. ' -I . ''*'' SCJSQUEHAMIVA ACA0ElII]r. f THE Fall Termof thia Insututiou will commence on Wednesday tbejstb day of Sept. ntatt, nnder the charge-of A. J. 4C...

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

y^W'-'Apv^RTisESNjys/": '• Mi Y at p^-r^^Pteigjs.; •MONTftpSE AGEN:CY;te ;' ^. ', dFTHE-NEW.YOBK '1'- v.-''.•..."..-'; CANTON TEA C(M#m% THE OLDEST ?TEA '.ESTABLISHMENT'- .»- *'''' . , AMERICA! JTRINCIPAL ESffAl1US» , .,"'' ..V,MENJ 'IN NE.W YORK. '. , ; 1-7 M THE CANTON! TEA COOTAJW has bew; yap \ nlatlykiiown^for many years.] Thisit thelirJ ! gestand oldest Tcat.Establisbnieiit in American Tlw't i pablic have had fii^l proof of their integrity and »i ( • sponsibility.; Bu't*0^h has been tht great andpres-1 sing demand for thfeir TEAS of latet thatthey: have ; !.bcan obliged to erifairge, to a great ixteuv'their two 1 Iprincipal establishjiients in New Yoirk.ivia: .>, - t lp5 ChathcSfi 4»163 GreAtwIthrSb. '"M*&t>i»er possess facilities, iri reiatiouio tho | )«./.»*•iu-a "^"7 aoandant deferee.'and doubt' | ™fcv f&V?-¦ # ^er Tea ConCemiin America, t .-6llevMethi9 \S tSgwd * ?aUP#ipl|B...t!rti.twl| d-rVtaod SS^'rf'large¥ouse7i»wellon* rion ^bah&...

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

JDcatljs. : In Jessup u>wn»hip, on Thursday Sept.20th. Mrs. •Mjiar, wife of Lorj- Stone, aged 19 years 6 mouths and 12 days.

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Eight Wonders of the World ! HALLOO there, Dick—hold on—what's your hurry I - , ' "¦ Don't slop me, straneer, I am anxious to get JOHN GROVES, the grcale.M TAlLORinthe worlfl, 10 cut me a coal, for everybody in-onr neighborhood says he is the beat Tailor. He has just received the Latest Fashions Jrotn the City, and I am not goimr to wait until everybody else is suited ami come out second best; v,,u Vnow that won't do, fori am a man of as £o<>d Uiste as anybtwiy. wud Groves is just the man to suit me. 1 have heard tho mosjt of folks sayjrhat he can cut a co:it to fit anv one, whatever may be his shape. Do you believe it' Yes—for what everybody says nmst be true. A true system of cutting disclaims all foreign aid—all vinlalinnof Nature's laws, and stands upon its own intrinsic merits. Why, 1 tell ydn he is as sore as-the four first rules of arithmetic. Well, then, after your recommendation, I will have him cut ont my cloths—for I have always had...

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

;:¦ ^Jl"A^K-1(QtE'UST^ ' . CQRaicTtP wmi >qk tbi. rsorts's advocate PENNSYLVANIA;?; Under $5s " !:' i"dii PrrilsdehAiabank , par NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man &Jlec bank par All solycnt banks idis Moysmensbg bank par "MAINE.1 Penn'township bank par Calais bank 10a Usbaakoojtas , 25 dis Agricultural bank do Girard j do par City bk Portland do Pemuyl'a do par Damariscotta- do Germantown . - par Mercantile bk ' do Del co aVChester par Stillwater Canal bkdo ChsatercoatWCheaterpar Bangor Com bk do Montgomery co . . par Westbrook bk do Farmers' b'k Bucks co par Citizens' bk do Farmers' bk Read'g par Globe bk do Bsjston par Washington co do Northampton no sale Frankford bk- do Lancaster bank par All solvent banks i dis Far'bk Lancaster par VERMONT. Lebanon : ' 1 dis Bank of St Albans 14 dis Hamburg 1 dis Bk of Bennington — dis Middletown 1 dis All solvent banks \ dis Carislo 1 dis MASSACHUSETTS. Colombia-bridge par AU solvent banks ( dis Northumberland par RHODE ISLAND Miners' bk...

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

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS llNE NEW TEAS. . AT 1YEW YORK PRICES. LM. REXFORD, of BINGHAMTON, • N. Y:, has made arrangements with the NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS in Binghamton, and can furnish his customers, and the trade, with Teas ex the 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 the Grocers sell at. And in every Case where these Teas do not give satisfaction the money will be paid back for them. Catalogue of Teas. GREEN. '* * Young Hyson, good, ' $0 374 j do. do. sweet cargo, 50 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 its sale—is a very superior Tea. do. do. goldenvcbop, 1 50 ¦Golden Chop—riot is the finest Green Tea cultivated in China. It is of one first, pickings, and. excels all other Green Teas for the delicacy of its flavor, strength and arena. Heretofore this T...

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