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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

Bprfi: NOTE LIST. . COItr.EciED \V£EKI.T FOB TH^ FEOPLE's ADVOCATE. 1 p , j' KtoxTitosE, Aug 13,'1!!46. PEN'i'SYLVASlA. TJuflcr ?5s i <lis. Phila<iel|>biabimk,' parh NEW. HAMPSHIRE. Slau & >lcc bank pm- All solvent banks & dis MoyatniJDsiBS bank par MAINE. Peua towisliip ^ awb pai Calais bank 10a—U S "bantt notes 25 ilif Ajricnltaral bank do Giranl 1 Uo par City bk Portland do PetrosylEn, do pur Diuhariscotta do Genunnlown par Mercantile bk do Del co 4 Cheater pal Stillwater Canal bkdo ClKsterioatWChcsterpar Banger Com bk do Montsotjierv co Jiai Westbrook bk do Fanoei-^ b'i Bucks co pai (-itizenii'bk do ' Eunnere! bk Read's V"f;lol>e hk do - Bastou > par Washington co do' • Northanjpton no BalclKrnnkford bk do Lancaster bank parlAll solvent banks j din Tar bk tancaster pari VEKMONT. Ucbimii^ 1 disj Bank of St Albans 14 dis Harrisb^nr 1 di.-Bk of Benningtpu —dis i\ti(Ullct|\vn 1 dif All solvent banks " A. dis Carisle r ' 1 d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

! ^.biicrtiannmts. j PAY UP! ^^^^^^ 'I'HE subscriber, having leased his 2&p**3g f -"- Sliop, is desirous of squaring his fSn accounts. All who are indebted to | §fyij-<T!i bnn for blncksmitliing, would confer VS&kjpW a SrenX f ^ nr. ^ payinpup immeiliatc-,, X^mSdr ]y. He disb'kes to make cost or extra rroubk-, but, uidess this notice is promptly attended tn. hehvill lie under the necessity of trying another plan tp collect his dues.v | PERRY JENKS. Montrose, June 30, 104S. MONTROSE FOUNDRY. The Tariff and the People;:: TIlp! f:irmers of Susquehannah County are hereby raitificd that flic bu-gest and best assortment of Plonks and Iron Castiiifrs of every kind and variety, may bje liad fresh from tlie Furnace of |D. POST, JR. 8o CO., Cheai|er than the Cheapest, for Cash! ' LeSit be .understood that we will not bo nndersold. j We have, too, the largest assortment of Goods! in ouiihne, of any Fonndrv in Northern Peimsylvania,-consisting of PLOUGHS that will go ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

" """'DBSlbcRi'liP' BE VIEW, "' ""r"*" ' GREATEY HE0tJ<?EI^ PRICE. 'From $5 to $3 pcrarinnm; Single copy 2§ cts. rnosrEcxus or tiie SfSicTEiJSjtp volume. A Year, has now elapsed since tho price of the Democratic RevieV? wns redhcea:^om $5 to $S.— This rednctiou was made ;\vith dip j view,of widening the range of its uscfulocss.-and placing it within the means of numbers u> fwhom the'former price I was an objection.. Tb& sncicffi^:o& ihe experiment dejiendeil upon o rigid adherancp tp tho cash plan, and wo are happy to have-it m out]'jSower to. state that it has been completely .successful. . The circulatiou of tho work'vius greiitly extefftlej, and is such as to justify us in. the hojio ot rajlonug it to its former size j at its present low' price. This will of course depend on'the puhcraahtyiwifblwbich our terms arei complied \v-jth |>n tbe part of our subscribers. '.*' .}¦ ' In grateful acknowledgement of tile gencronspatronage of the public,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

II Pill, THE Publisher's of the People,^ Advocate, hav. mg the use of an entirely new and modern" assortmentof JOB TYPE, are now prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds of JOBPKIOTa at prccs to suit ihn times. Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards, Catalogues, Haxdbjixs, .Blanks, &c Printed on short notice, and in the best style of the Art. .; E^" A share of the People's palrdnage; is respectfully solicited. '- : , Julyfl. 13.|o. DqW & BOYD. £©ot y frmvmmmM, KOT ALL <j».\l;. ' TVT L POST for the ornrjif /ftr'tPTr it miry concern, -L* • otters for sale, at the Haf Sh-m of the late. C. W. Tuttle,.a geaend assortment of Hals and Caps ton a reasonable credit lo those who pay promptly, or at a liberal discount for cask. August 4, 184li. i ' 8—AW. \ ~w%m< -fiLtii&ssrr su«l AsE3 'skiju "<i*m '-Si jS? i35 ®'ta>! THE subscribers are receiving a large addition to their stock of Goods,, wliich ipskes their assortment e^nal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

<Jj.ii4a« <1-B»SSK1» s'-<.£W5-r-:.-' . ' . -««s.;M;'^w-ii|isi. .,MrJ STT lias beeil liirrcnfly report- tfBi^k. '4 e^lhrotlgihhe'comity-, and'.TB^P j' ie'nU, that 111 poi'nyf yaricty'alidlnali. , ^.stho^mipplfof HATS and OAH?,at Merrii. & Root's ,Hataid;Cari^.torptgn tholWcst sidfe of the Ptlbrid AvenuS in SMnlrose, ek'ccedl'ariy tbihgof tlio kind evore.^boscd'fpr.salo iit'thii rpgion oftcoontey? ieaijer, doWtJU jditercdi^,,tljo,.ra|nott Kebietobcr tfle Fdet's nd|*nbriiUop: !'¦ "'I ' ' { ^ QnraffibUfinW'Wtmii' ''-''l/l ipd makejjs lose tlio^ood we oftmightwin., . * KE\V Dpi. T-atcnt; t|iik Hats atM. &BSdfs,for xl. $1 a pidce;. Call.a 1 d;exosiine. ¦• " ^ ( f»- .. T^tllP HATslirlclal:' '' ')' * •""';V' "| V" - i ! ¦"'¦ - i1 ¦'-. ' M. &-|!sil GOOD Jrticle of f4 Hats tor $1,25'at I x3L ' i ¦ . • . J ¦ !; -.M.^.B's. -1 : 1 : i— nr— ';..; f^. T EGHOHN Hats cheaper thai ibd cheapest,' a" l\i \ ¦ ' ¦{. :% ., • M.&-&.. •j y j ig ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

Pi«^pW M^oW' : ^ ;Bp^gi#il5^ , n*™rm#mmp^w,,>» TX-^ 'V^^mmiy- - TSBBA^ERS} WbdlesaWai,^ fe^-, ^ ^ UjhKmm Croekery,; -mSLfc Gli. ^ (H^'i^^^^mm-iWi^ThMSi^ » exteasive and will be WU afprice, ffi y >?'h. feBM? >H .*•> wmt. of pujcm*S:P? H easlnbey ^ riiftbcnbdSrsoia< f *" Sunt.Fut •I ^"M^^^^itraent.maybe.fotiBdi-mi., rK&^good #S3ftfaMiiifi - ,{"*&**"* ,:BreatTcrothg|Wevery varfetfun} color y : ^.Snmmer^h^f^cy^^ped^lWn. . Calicoes—tbe ^ best.stjles oftbc season ^ Ladies' CWrm>;f Sdnrfe,' Mftuf Ribon. Silk v., ve^Rich nrcsfjSilk,,.Fringe ana offll^ tranmiup fDr iS^eFaresscJ. ¦ ^""^ o ^tt^t^^'^^^ ^ •ni - ^,^1%^"^'^ «'«y iescripiion, and in f,« ^SH* r^'-'y k«pt« d;DfyGoodsf^ **' M^E^^n^ Sfflp^Rftii - i ¦ j MtTLFOROy. O-f nC.T .^§ H01 ^ L"mber irvoTSrSTbT ^ ¦ " "t'' ;8-s.m.&sox.r CARPENTERS' aiid JOINERS' TOOLS-^lT" f Wtaemjtept conshmd/ol KSSftte at ^lannfactorers' Vnc^.^^jyq^^^T T^AKNlNOi itiLLrfbTsMTatT ~ ~~" ,' .. ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

¦ irwic\iiuiire travels monsieur Suicide by Urates. 1+ 1t-r" f>nln»nJ ¦*« •!a1-1^ _ i* ^T_ . • n.-. ; or Violet, the truth of which in avouched, by Capbain Marryot,. that he saw horses, that had teen tyrannized over by other horses, and ireated by tlie wliole herd as outcast?, comrfiit Ruicide.; Wiien tired of their Paria I^fe they M-«iIk round and round some Iarg<S tree, as if to ascertain the decree of hardiiess required, measure the distance, and, jdarting with.furious speed against it, fracture their skjulls, and thus'get rid of life andOppression jjoth togetlicr. He says that S^U .'T^'S sonieMmBs persecute one among theirjhumber till he destroy hi mself. " One day.rtvhile watcjhing this outcast of a squirrel, We discovered a young one slowly creeping through the adjoining slrnibs', he had in hife mouth a |ripe fruit; at. jrery moment he <?|)uld 8top|tind look as if lie was watching, just as if be feared detettion. At last ._ . . he arrived neat the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

tfjtfflfflffis ffipottttc?' PUDUSBSD EVEi^T THUBSDA.T. MOEMSO, »* -,.[: " J, DOW,& BOYD. " (Office <*|lh? west ride of the. Public; Avenue.)': TERMS^ioNE tiottAR a year'? <&*??**¦ Oiio Dollar Fifty Cents if hkt,pni<i within three month*, anatif delayed:until after Ae cxpitotiott of u> year twd dollars will be exacted. :.;¦!*.. Discontinuances optical with the Publishers,,^:, less arrearages are paidi ... ...I., .- J, tetters tithe PuMstien. on bnsjnesa'vnfli the of. fice must bd post-paid "to insnre attention." - i i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

f- For the Vebple'^s Adijocatc. ' • | TO HELEN. ¦"¦ .: 1x Yon've|seen the cloud at close of day—. t t AJ4k''°rl,0^"1S»insPele»9 tlting, !• . i 'Till, u|ge<l °y sunset's glowing ray, I • , . 1.4 tliobsaud beauties on it spring. - j I , , , Bat sooft those varied tuits are gone—A moineut lingering, brighter grows, And thch forever they have flown, To leave the cloud in dark repose. •• * ¦*- Even sof has been' my stream of life, -p As dal-k and -gloomy as that cloud: '"'¦ ' -v A busy fhain of turmoil, strife, -. . And 4very link, with pain endowed. > But Hefsn, dear, the pencil took, And ilipt it in refulgent light—Both pa}n and sorrow I could brook, If she? the darkened edges dyed. ¦ X SIXfcAD. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

CHrfst in tlic Tempest. t ¦ BY J. G, WUlTTlEtt. ¦ Srarm on the hea\-ing waters .'—The vast sky Is stooping with its .thunder. Clond on cloud, Bolls heavily in the darkness, like a shroud Shaken by ^lidnight's Angels from ton high. ! Through thijj thick sestnu* faintly and afar, Chorazin's Cratch-light glimmers'like a star, And, momejiltly, the ghastly cloud-fires play On the dari| sea-wall of Carieraaam's bay. And tower and tnrret into'light spring forth Like spectris starting fronithe storm-swept earth; And vast any awful, 'Tabor's mountain form, Its Titan forehead naked to the storm, Towers for ojie instant, full and clear, and' then Blends withjthe blackness and the cloud again. - And it is very terrible!—The roar ' Asccndethjunto heaven, and thunders back, ; Like the response of demons,, from the black Rifxs of the Banging tempest—yawning o'er • The wild waives in their torment- Hark!—the en Of strong fjien in peril, piercing through The nproar 4f the waters and the skv,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

__ iHiacellancoua. \ From'the Public Ledger. Curiosities at Washington. \ - ¦ —¦ - . i I Washixgto.V, Aug. 19, 1846. ! I «xarajned to-day a: single casein the National Gallery, over the Patent Office.— But before?,! proceeded to do .so, the models of statuaryl wiiichvstrike the eye as you enter this magnificent -Hall, engaged my attention. The statue of. ¦ Washington, by Pettrich, is the first object-of attraction as you enter. | Being merely a model, it is of course in ..(plaster,, but is not the less interesting for dial It is in military costume, and cloak, gracefully thrown from the shoulders, and right liand, with'scrollyextended. Ob the right r|md of this statue is an admirable bust of Jaekson, and on the. left another of Van Burjn. Equally admirable busts (if Forsyth, flay, J. G. Spencerand Poinsett, are-also priced in the same company. Statues of W|sdom-and Justice, Morality and Liber ty, fare the, presiding deities of th;e group. ? , |- " Sleepriig Innocence," by Pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

OBEGOS. ? - i The great question of the northern boundary of Oregon being now settled by the |treaty with Great Britain, the occupation of jthat territory by an American population (will probably go on with rapidity and steadiness. It is manifestly the duty of the friends M" christian institutions, to see that this o-erru sof a new empire is supplied from the beginning with a healthful moral influence ; and jthe determination „of the American Home -^Missionary Society to send two pioneer misl-ionaries beyond the Rocky Mountains, as |is soon as practicable, will by no one be regarded as premature. The present general desire for authentic Information respecting Oregon, induces us j(o republish the following article from the jjNew York Journal of Commerce, ft was ^written by Rev. Mr. Hines, who for several jpars resided in Oregon as a missionary of ahe Methodist Episcopal church. Home iMihionary. i Mr. Hines describes the Oregon Territory | as bounded northerly 120 miles by Pun-e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

11 " " ;-• • Tl ¦' Terms of A*vert,9llli. mJ";/ AaverhsOTentoionspictiiinsly inserted ¦tthowif nl rates ol Tim C est* wS-wjnrire for ti» fititfm TwEsrrT-ftvz Oe*rs aadificjnal {of each subsevSt insertion.-:v! i1 . - p; ¦ , .,,!«.,," . Xe«ly. Advertisi ments, iWitb the privSlego rf alteration, not to exc .-fed . 1 I ° : .JHl g^';6olu^,w:ththeDaber,|jeryeat, *3't6 HalfCoiunm"", dd=; - 3o .'•8-00* OneColumnjA. do ; !- d» • ,;; 15 m BnsniessCards' ;.: do [ I ,,.:. dof • ,3,r00, AUothfcr adyertisenientii inserted at reaaoWbla rates.' ¦' -'•','' • ' ' ¦! ' • ¦¦•••''¦•¦'¦ ¦¦¦'A h.:sg ?% Advertyemento ihonia be jmarked^th-thenuinv oerofmacrtidiairegnired. |. i: ;. ' ; .U- I'rt ¦' ¦ .-Ii-s'-'F

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

in !.;¦'; r- TIie"iviltor Arkold." %•.'. ** i';- A^ yrfter; tliiirJ Hei r' H^ri -Palladium !giveiioirid:b"f i the cloisi fig ^ ^ :iricideripi 'in'lthe life of this jremarkable t iari-^-as5 remarkaTile !fbr his bravery-as his treachery—whjch, tbougti noi ^ new, may 1 * interesting to jour ]readerK.>-,TneJwriter.i!ayg-rir;..; r-M.!•;;.-';; "i".^ f« *l!te%&m6t Arnolrs«4gnominibasrcBi jlfeer was'emraeferisted liy the 1 loss of ickste a[rid theisrejupeciof «veiyfodyMfciifofyeii ibri of^jiersohal-insults Ibiiowed Iifa treason, «uiddeep:Hbid,ing retrilution waftfully.lmetied tout to J^ie degraded : culprit long before ^bUed^j-v^-if,.^^- .. :{•¦ ..:,:fi;e' Mhi\t ^Aa^^riy Ja<ly,0f mJtivated,iniridK're» sides -in jyUssachusetts, - whose early social intimacy writh Arnold a ad his family, af St. Johns, New' Brunswick, gnve her pccoliar ppportunities for know'hig many details con-Serning the close of his'miserable cardbr.— Subsequent to the termination of the Revol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

dittos of tlje totck. Intelligence, from Mexico. Revolutim in'favor iif Santa Anna—Santa Anna, g\me to Mexico—Reinforcement of the A\my of the North. By the ship Adelaide, Capt, Adams, from Havana, vfe have advices from Vera Cruz to July £lit, brough: by the British steamer Dee, whtcp arrived at Havana on the 7th inst.' . ' | ~~ - The city of.Vera [Jruz, including the casde of San Juan d'lTlloa, has pronounced against (he governnent of Paredes, and in favor of Santa Anna. This movement is made in concurrence with the revolution in the department of Jalisco, (announced by former; arrivals,) which, so far from being put do\yji,' has gained strength and consistency with every passing hour. A government fbrce under General Alevalo, which was sent to suppress it, was cut to pieces and the! General kilted. The next day after the news of the pronuncianfento at Vera Cruz reached Havana, Gen. Santa Anna left that city for. Vera Cruz, accompanied j by Generals Almonte and Rejoin; in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

News frpm the Santa Fe Expedition. ¦ An express, as we learn from a St. Louis paper of the 21st inst., from Gen. Kearney's camp, at ^Bent's Fort, arrived at Fort Leavehworth!on the 14th August. The express left Gen. JKearney on the IOth'of July.— General |Kearney, with his command, set out from fBent's Fort for Santa Fe on the 1st day bf August. The. troops were all in excellentihealth and spirits—there had been but one fdeath. A general stampede took place nntong tlie horses two days before the express left, and at the time of his leaving, about fifty horses, chiefly belonging to voiuntecrk were missing, and it was feared they woifld not be recovered. This will operate severely on those who have lost their horses, fijr in the event of their not recovering them! they will have totravel on foou A short time, before the express left, Captain Moore, bf the U. S. Dragoons, captured three spits, who bad been sent out from Santa F$ to ascertain thejcharnntBr. «xtj>nt. « ,-«« ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

The IHornwns..-¦ . . The *¦' Western Belle"; arrived aj St Louis on the 19th ult, from:Kcokuk> bringing a copy of the Warsaw/Signal extra, front which it appears that there is fresh trouble brewing between tlie Mormons arid the citizens of Hancock-county. The constable of the county has issued a proclamation to the citizens, calling upon them to assemble at Carthage on the 25th inst, well armed, and bringing provisions, to enable him to enter Nntivoo and arrest certain offenders .concealed in that city, and execute search warrants for stolen property. He gives as his reason for calling out the " posse cbmitatus," that his life would he endangered were he to enter Nauvoo without protection. There is every prospect," says another I paper, of faijther difficulties between the Mormons arid the anti-Mormons in Hancock county. The anties are reported to be organizing a large party in the vicinity of Green Plains, about sill miles bock of Warsaw. They have altaken out writs ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

r Vhe. CihHBtiMte #f Olrard Colic** The cereffibriybf placygthe c«^«bne upon the North end of the main building of the Girard College for-drpharis;! took place ou Saturday [^riibonlastiii the presence! of the City Council, several gtfotlemen 0f the newspaber !pressv~ and other, invited guests; in addition tb; the'' mechanics and: workmeft employed in the conitijuction oJ that magnificent building. A staging erected in from o^the|buildmg was ocuupied by the members of ] Councils; and I gentlemen connected 4witj» the execution of; the; Girard Trust, and also bly The orator ofthe dar Joseph R. Chandler,lEsq.: :t 1 The stone wasfraised by meails of an immense pair of shears, and put hito Us place at the peak of tha* Nbrth front With appropriate honors and without accident, and the addresr^of Mr. Chandler, approfiriate to the occasion, was just such a one as thbse who know tt^at geatBemari, might expect from him. I ,¦ .¦]¦ ¦ ¦:. -• ¦ .j/- . j He ijlluded tf tlie life arid standing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

(3p*Bubsj:riber8 to our paper who have received frota the first No. will bear in mind that the present No. closes the first quarter. By our terriw it will be seen tbat we agree to furnish the" paper for one dollar a year if paid uithui three months from the first No. or from the time of subscribing. After the present wee| t, by our terms,- we will charge one dollar ahd ffty cents to subscribers who have taken from the first No.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

Congressional Conference. When ana where is it to be held i We. suppose in Towanda at some time in next week:. Arei hot the Tariff Democrats of Tioga and Bradford counties, intending to appoint Conferees 1 • If they would do so, a candidate might be placed in the field who would meet with no opposition except from jhe Free trade dough face party of this district ; and we have discovered that the good people; evetj »f this "back-woods district," have, generally, correct conceptions of their rights as Pennsylvania citizens'. Though they sought a-" modification of the Tariff in some particulars, pever did they ask or desire the suicidal alterations supported by Mr; Wilmot ¦ Wefiinnly believe that a majority Of thfe electing the district, prefer an application of the one term princi ple to the case of jplr; Wilmot* If it here be ask-. ed, h&w, then, did he happen to be nominated In thisjand Tioga counties; Our reply is this. Wc| have heretofore exposed ithe iniquitous mach...

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