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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

COKKCCTED WKULT .TOB, .tBI, PSMril'* AOVOCjkll t .1 -.;.--. Mo(i,iro»i, June 25, JB46. .-'.;; ' PEjiNsViVANiA. Hnderte* ,idi» PKh^erphiabanlt, par 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE: Man,* Mec,bank par ^U*ol*s«itbank*] 4th* Moyaaiensins bank. par \ j JJAINB. . .... Ptmnrowmhiptaiik -par Calais fank 10a—V 8 baaknotes; -as di* AgricaNaralbaak da Girard do par City be iFortland. do,. fenttiyP*. "do1--1'"- pW Etosrititia ' ddf Gennantown ., ; .-,' par Mercadtjile bk « da '.. Del cd at Chester par Stillwater Canal bkdo ChestercoatWChesterpar Bangorj Com bk Ud iloutgpmery co..; ( par frestbrook bk do Farmers1 b'k Bucks co par Citizens' bk do • Fa/mers* bk Bead'g 1«r Globe bk '" do' Easton ', ¦{ .. \ par Washington co do PJorthampton no sale frankford bk do Lancaster bank par All soHkit banks | dis Far bk Lancaster . par . VERMONT. Lebanon | dis Bank of St Albans 14 dis HarrisbnTg 1 dis $k of ^ennington — dia Middletown J- dis All solvent banks £ dis Carisle 1 dis ! MASSACHUSETTS.. Columbia bridge par Al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

PAY UP! Sjjftfc a rtlHE siibscribet. having leased his ^B*a* W A Shop, fe desirous of squaring his ^mU w account-s. All who arc iad.-btcd lo WF>—K£\ a"n ^"r blacksmitfting, would confer MHtig^^M a great favor by paying up immediate-^^^^mitStw lv. He dislikes to make cost or extra trouble, but, unless this notice is pmmpilv.attended to, he will be under the nectssUy of trying another plan to collect his dues. ; ^ERRY JENKS. Montrose, June 30, 1S4C. \ MONTROSEFOUNDRY. The TarUTaiid the People!! Z, ©, ©^ ©> \?. THE farmers of Susquehannali County are hereby notified lliat the largest and I best assortment of Plouplis and Iron Castings (>feveijy kind and variety, mav be had fresh from, tbe'Fnrnaco of D. POST, JR. & CO., Cheaper than the Cheapest, for Wash! Let it be understood that wej will not bo undersold- We have, too, tho largest,assortment of Goods hi our line,' of any Foundry in Northern Pennsylvania, consisting of PLOUGHS that|will go up hilf. and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

afT hasbeen 'cnrrVUy - r^^ ^ iLefiMimSm$m^B\ ^tbade*jb^.«r^f«^T<l|R-> ,-,. ..,.-.. tyytae «p^ of'li*VT»a»<rC*rt, at Wtaati, taWr'. H.iMjp».§U&mM.iM** tnWof «m Puhlic Avenapi «Wra*«. exSld. any tabgrof thi kind ever e#oMd'**#^* at«ia Wl njrstta ^^ i^s^^ ^ 'f^ .0 v.^A »-;; ---Q.iabHffalH^. 'i ¦»«•¦' ., ,.And makers Va*e,tbai;ood wa^j>%fct;-Ma».;t^ - ^''FEW Dot PA«t 8bM H^;lf *^tfeibtV»or J\. $1 a liece. Call aiU exanxine. I ,.:ac: '^Hl>KAT8*foroc at['" :'-"' ¦ ' •" -'a '' f''l 'V;?1: I :-1o;^ / -- -'-;;a£ ».<&4'8?t::i _j 1 :—*q L__ I , ,, 'k 3G^pa^keorFttfBat.; irorti3s,'atr : A ¦•¦]'•'•••-: •J]-----:-^ M- f^' T' EGHCRN.HaUcheWper than the cbeapest, a-JLi.' ¦ j-f-- • •-.'• .-'jrrjiE' a: 5INGHkMTOfJ,Piow(Poiuuilor" '" V'fitijl f" • T8ide™ai-do.' "Iv^ | l ' ,Sr Ajlso Wayne County Ppbjt*#¦ _ ¦ , ^, ,!¦-•¦*'».,< I Of?EAT BARQAINSI -ssip^aja^aiff &©w «fep ¦|"^OT^|li. FOR-Oaab, Butter, r*e^^,^eata«*i: p.£ &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

SB *- " S QOODS FOR "TkitiPPHmTr ? M«>»|»^»^ .ltiWaieihM •, ¦ i ¦,-Bf5g.v'--iiitpeiB' MtnY' ia'-'-'-: ^Sl^#^2 t&&am^$3 3£!£&&b£ !c«btbt7«W' Botbeaa*»aaifHl °v5rl!?s •-" trunmmMforliaieFdi^el^T ^f-*W1<?«hle trrti ^ lltDr *ai6«rf»*fiwe»t *"iery ud -ft^ ble forithe«»»¦.; ..... f "^»••«»>• Drawer Goou. ot ewrroeilripW ^in ^ ^.^sl^^- June-;t84C. f^^ 1 rtS1' ' ¦¦? ! T1TOII8LIN iw-ialRBs frol» u. «*j ^ ITJ. for .ale .jt . $\.mWnZ*T ||fO^ES 3.f1^^ee«UMdion^ JJJ. G»cene.eqiudTya.cheiifo>. c^n, ^r . ' ,'. ' ,1V;'. ; , ; -^ ^lJIp08Dgl r\Ki new tvrt bone iumbeRwawm .for, sale hr y .j 1 ''-'i.-i'¦¦¦¦¦ . 1-. j J-ta-M,;&SQN. ABPESTEE8?aiid JOINBa»^TQOIJ8i«w . „"»S»n^keP* «°«r«ntryttn b»4id»WjfcfiS at Mannfactnre^ 'jprice.,^ ,| My LFpRDS^ ANNING StotSfbr*ale »J ~! '~Y~~T~ ' - '••'- "; -'f ¦ J'--''i 4- MBLi;ORDy. j$ s^^enyotl^lu^Glaises for sale>t , /' 7b "' ,;' " 'T ^PtiFQBDS'J S ^EJINGa,Cp«oux„, faW ic "^ ^ ? i i./y. } ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

¦ \ The Bible. Tbe .Bible is a Divine encyclopedia in itself. ' Ft contuiiis history tbe most authentic and IJmcicnt, tracing- back' to the first crea4 tiori bf ibiir world ; mid prophecy the most important and interestin>r, traced forward tri. its final consummation ; journeys surpassing allotjiersin 'the inarvclousness of their adl ventures, and the dignit}*of tlieir guide, for thcy?were marked by miracles at? every step1 and jln every moment directed by God; the travels of the most distinguished missionaries—the first preachers of the tJospel j aqd the lives of the most illustrious person. ngesj including the biography ofthe Son of Gods; events more wonderful than romance everfiinagined ; and stories, more fascinating tjian fancy ever sketched; the finest spe<*|iuen of poetry and eloquence, of sounj philosophy and solid argument; models of virtuic the most attractive, and maxims of wisdjbm the most profound, forms of prayer the most appropriate in every vari...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

<£he^ liJtcttfU'0 ^toorafe. .<<•'.. I.tS-..,.¦•-.T • ¦•':•':., ,-,!!'•-»•-.¦? ¦¦-- -¦¦"''" ,. p. vflMsa|a).,B«¥w TMOitii»*TriMpaKiso, B»,."n .,. - . .^ DOW, & BQiED. ;. , ::>¦ ,j: (Office.,PftjUf vyestijiilf of th'eJPublic Av<rnWr)|ii TERMS.4-ONE DOLLAft-a year in advance: !|h One Dollar.Kilty Cents if nof paul witliin-tbree r tSriuu, andpfaetai-SfiitttJl ftfter the cipttitionof tWvyfinr twcj-dollorewillibE exacted. ,"..'i " :,!'M~ Iliscoiitinujttnses optioaaLwitlj the Publishers, un-|e#jj arxcara^EHloTQ paiiL > , ,-> * ' jVV iLefteraioMicTublisljefsmi Wines? vritji~the officii iirostfca|iwst>paid to insnre attention. - ,,t i*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

-,..,...j*..|Jorite. •¦:.¦¦;¦'• pT Tlie:8iost bcaocfulof4U^e':great;iiaturalobjecls is uus.fcf llio L'rcat Western Prairies. It is o;sea <if flowers, 4ud so cntrmiring as to dazzle the sense?. Well niav i|l>r called God's Gaudej.—Kctei of a Trc' eder. i. . ' The fPrair8e-«6od»^' Garden. G 4 fnrscpd the world for beauty Anil biinfiriu the nir, ; < Ttifn'eliVlbcd in its loveliness, >: ! And calleiHt " good''and fair. ili^ ar o the burnished Heavens, VV'itli all their Orbs of light; 11 cj gave the Stars -the lustre ¦ fihat tliey shed upon the night. , Ilqjmadc the Mighty Ocean, » Its grandeur and its grace, Anil gave its mystic orilendor "&s a mirror for- His face. . S4 nobler emblem hath He. Jione greater, none more free, Noj' symbol half so touching &a Uie bounding, Mighty Sea. t . *~ ; Tlfe Mountains in sublimity h» monnments shall stand; T.<f teach us wondering mortals • - TThe \vorfcship of bis hand. Uffon their miglity hill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

Speechb'f Hon. Simon CameroU, of , Pa., on the Reduction of the Tariff oflS4i. .',.. - Mr. President : I feci no little reluctance in addressjiigthe Senate on this subject.— Ifmr ownifeelings were consulted, I should certainly ptrefer to be silent, and to leave to others inorfe able, more eloquent, and more expetience-4 in-debate, the task of exposing uie inconsistencies, and follies, and. the ruinous effecis of the measure now before the Senate. |}h'ough has indeed been'already said to prdyent its passage, if truth were to prevail; abd I am in strong hope* that it will yet ;N defeated; for it seems.;nbw so poor, that there is none to do it reverence—not one tosraise his voice in its favor. But I cannot sjiffer a vote to be taken till I have expressed £my hostility to its passage, and said sometjhing in defence of the industry of my State, iwhicli it is calculated to ruin: I corae here the representative of ,a State deeply interested in the development"of her resources,! and i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

" f; -¦^^y«™^^-»a^i^^,--i:;j?j' Aavi^^en^b^i^ulf^prJd at tje umjMttsrt-Fil* Cssis addhioial for each sdbsrtoeat snBerpon. ¦', -j /¦ }¦¦ . ;.- ... r. t »_. / $l>.V\ y>< -Mwrt^en^Vwrijh Uie. .prmiee«of X torati0n; notto^exceejlf,: - ¦ ¦'¦. , ' -Tr 0l g^rC^^'wilhW' pai&r, ^j^, " '$$ 00 Half Colnnm. r : '^agi v y. ¦ * ¦ -^,; ; ,^m One Column; ; do \ do1' .15,00 ?^ffl S* Cards,- . -xdo-i: ,M::.. -..3-00 ¦ w';:.otaer .adverfcements, inserted Jit reasonable ratCS-.''1. -^ ;¦¦:- .-- ,.- ; i| -. r'.j l-; r'^r^.r -^ Advertiteincnto sh'onld bo aWted vliim .the Bnm-M:^"»m^n»..required.:. -: I ':, u-.v.fci- ,,.-U: ,-j.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

I § 1 ¦ ifeun, 'I;'' ¦ HJk ~ -;. j' \ ^P The business and] confusion incident to a printing office oil Court week, has prevented us from bestjolwhig the attention] to our cditoriaLcoIumns; wliich we could have wished, .1 1 | - , 'j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

Augii$t Elections. f Indiana.—Enough; has been learned of the result of the clectiob in this - Statif, to satisfy us that Whitcomb is re-elected Governor. There has; been a great falling ofjn the number of votes given, both in Whig arid Democratic : coumies; bin the fulling off is greatest in the Wl ig coanties. - | The 'Whigs will probably have a majpriity of the Representatives, and the Democrats a majority of the' Senators. \ Illinois.—i-The election in this State las for|menibersofCor gross and of the State jjegisjature.\ Mr. W ;ntworth, Dem., has blen re-tlcctpd nx Congress. There is a close contest between M -. Robert Smith,, the pfiesent member, and a Mr. Trumbull. .The|rcturns are not all in.' g 3Hssouri.—The Missouri election was|for tlie^same officers as in Illinois. McDoi^ll, the regular Democratic candidate for Con gress in St.:Louis district, |s elected ov|ra Native American a)id an Independent D|mocrat. 1 , ,; | North Ca)-o/ina.|_Thereturn continue to indicate ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

The IVouiinntions. % A caucus Of Delegates assembled at |he Court-house ou Monday evening, and appointed Judge Leet; of Friendsville, President, Dr. Shims, of Harmony, with onefor two other Viae Prestdents,Jand Jos. L. M|>rrimbn, of Franklin j and A. Ni Meylertlbf New Milford; Secretaries. ; 1 The list of Townships were called, alnd the Delegates presented their credentipls and took their seats |n the Contention, Ihe President meantime (keeping his eye pn the list Of Committees of tigu^pcej as published by the Northern Deinroprat,: to see tfiiat all was right.; We | ave no doubt, had Delegates been returned tbercj certified by «ah erthlan thosejsame (bniniitteesj tliey wbitd have been promptly rcjec-teil. t A'rcsoj[ut|on was adopted], la, the effect, that tiib Delegates, in ba|lotiag ifor candidates, should vote xivc voc^, and that thp Clerks kcejl a tallyiof each JDclegnt 3's1 vote. This was^erywoperand Democratic; f| On balloting for t; candjjejate for Representativ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

> ^*^IPl|!?!^*c!«'!5P^a««rr,! xnc -urn ibr^tnecstabhshinentofanlBdependeW^Trbasfiry;" lias, ^afain become the law of the land. Standing;; upon a p«. ipancnt baisi8,;it;wiU-forin a iandmark hi tbohistorjr|of|pemocratic legislation. Iu principles nrejeobval with the adminstra. tion of Washington, ebtering Into the contpsts that divided his cabinet.Pand findly formed ,the. grand distinctive jfeature Jhat ch,aracteri!«ied Deinocracy fromiiFederalisni. True; it needejl the strong hanjl of Andrew Jackson tb bru^h tlie monicd nioaopolies of the land", and place these prin^ples in theu. just light before the the peop|e—and Andrew Jackson.; was not the m|n to put! his hand to the wjieel and then tu|n back from such a purpose: In 1840 wfen fear it was defeated by its friends—we 'fought fqr it carnesdy and ^ with might anil main, and saw it go dpwb.iike a well-manned barque fouiidering amid the storms an# tempests of a disastrous campaign. It is nojv, we think, placed upon a perma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

: ! i" 'i Democratic County Cojnvention. At a Convention- of Deffcgates!held at Montrose pursuant to public notice on the I7th iust.MQ&ES STOPPiko, JEstj. of Forestliake, -having been apbointed President, Capt. aifPac1* Jokes, of Thomson, and Maj. AaThufe Smith, of Clifford, Vice Presidents,1 an;d Geo. L. Atterifa of Herrick, lyith Ariel Cdfr, Esq. of Forcli Lake, £ecretaries, it wa4 resolved—r j!; - . | ' That we ccingider the manlier in wliich our County1 Convention was ciflled, and the mode in which our primary [(meetings in most instance! were conducted^ an insult to honest men and a fraud upon the genuine Democracy ofj our county. !• j That in common with a mjijority of our fellow citizens, |we much deplore the passage of thejnew Tariff bill, which must seri-¦ i ' I - 'i; ' ' cjusly injure, the ^ow flourishing iron manufactures, depress the nowithrivuig coal trade, and discourage in their-ffia.us|rinl pursuits the already ^oppressed citizens of a debt.riden Stat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

Gen. Cameron's Speech. . I In this week's ijnuiber of the Adovccjatc we publish a part Of Mr. Cameron's Sp4ch upon the TaruTbill wliich has been officially smuggled uponj the people.- Its length precludes the "possibility of publishing it en tire in one numbejr of our paper, yet Ihe truths it contains, land the convincing #nd irresistable proofs that a protective Tariff is not only sanctioned^ by high Democratic|iuthority, but is the tW;po|icy of our government, will bd.a sufficient excuse for the large space it occupies in our columns. | >!Tc comipend piis able -speech te |lie candid considcratioln of Our readers. Tfhe doctrines it contain* are old as die Constitution, antV indeed, \sjb had supposed, the Settied policy of our'country. The protection of our iron manufactures, especially, could have uo oppbsitiou,; except-Jrom men b|io arc dead to every febling except the an-n*|ndizement of party, jand the division of the loaves1 and fishes. ! i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

qongtcssidnaL " ^Vasiiinoton, Aug. 10,1840. ^ The Benale .mst at half-past eight b^clockl The jeadiaglflf ihe. journal '|%as djspbnsea " ith.; "The $rnrth»bi?ian bill%as! takbii up, amendments] were rejected, and the bill passed is, it cam! from the JJouse. ' The- following gentlemen have been appointed Ebgents <>f the Institiition: Ilufos C-h^at'e, of Massachusetts, G|deon Hawley, N*e\v York ; W. ('. Preston, South Casolina; A. fi, Bache, and CoL -Toiten-, Washington. " ~ £ The repojt of the Cflmmitte of Conference janfielCivii and diplomatic bill was agreed to.. ^he veto of the Trench Spokf; tioa was reap. Mr. J. M. Clayton saict, ^Tt was the firtf time a private bill had beenive-' toed. Mr. Allen read from the Manual ' fix 1 . rule prohibiting members from-voting upon any bill in fthich they, are interested per-' "anally. M| Clayton desired to know wliat the Senator Jneant 1. 3tr. Allen replied J"! nieaijit tore|dthelaw;" "'JKOlaytbnsaidj, "If Ithe Senator mea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

AirChnrni An Impkov^sient! fob '^ue Datoy. A novelty, as well as I an acquisition for the dairy, in the shape; of an!;air cnr/iw, is meutionea in our English files as being the invention of the good Bishop Kildtfre, Ireland, whose leisure has found an opportunity for promoting the good] of the farming community, through the exertion of scien-(tific skill. The Fanner's (Jnzette gives an Recount of this churn and unique invention jafor the following fashion:'; I i^lilk, it saya, essentially consists of an oil, ! which in chemical languagje is called but-;<<r"V—of curd, nlso called easeine—and of whey? with some neutral salts not very importak. These matters are held togedier by so loose jin affinity, that diey seperate spontaifously whereat rest,! the oil rising to the top. \ To convert this bit into butter, it is only necessary to bringf it into contact with the oxygeiieony portioi|s of the atmos-[jucru li . nueaa ot tne prevalent and unscientfic modey.fi effect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

held at the Court I A Temperance Meetinjr * #fll li^ Ho(u»e, on Tnenday evenJ: of next week. A general atteudaaee is request. e« By Order of tlie.President.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

j MAIBIED, 1 Silver-Lake, onTuesday llio lltli in«t, by H«v. lliuowe, Mr. EdwiAd W. Eose tb Mi» MiRion daAiterof- John Simpson, Esq., all of the above

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

J DIED, Iii'cuop Towiubip, on tie 4th injt., Mr. Ho»B LovLr, oged 51 years. He 1 as left a wife, a (on, sadijanghtertovournhislom. Hewuaaffec-| ionafc liiiBband and pgrent; » kind neighbor, and a resrifiible citizen.. .'[ f. , •;. : IniJnnony, on Thursday tiic,6thin«t.,OEVitLi, TOoflJonathan awl Lydia Taylor, aged3 years, 3 ^lontbVniid.ll'daye. : •.',¦- :¦:().. . ' • ¦• :•¦ • ' '^«»A Vaf itfallcn to the lot of man to present the cup -if QMpel consolation to more bereaved and »orrowmgfeejidaV.' And,jet they,sorrow not =&> those without lbpe, for thfeykpow in whom they bavebe^ lierW,'^} pi their trnlrt and Confidence in* that God whose Ipfeis strooger; than death, -Until now;ihviie W*?*t»f*??<a"*1 -^^^P?^19?^^thewrd wbkh c^nnec'ti fc^Jifiarta. of parents and children. Nor firf'thoytev^funj: realhwdi 'the'palnW- stroiglo wKch&AltinSttpaWt'sibbabiia when-rerisUMa Death t<^ froni thou fond enpbrace a dearly Wov-^ Bndj«^^naWcliild'.-7rC<|«...

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