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

l" ' - .ScnBTlW'FMie**;:' :^'---'-'-1--' t !»£ib«ei|v^ that&r CTforentiwi fo>nomig candidates for coubty; officm, dte. nj&SWsdcordially t§ j^o^ ^^^p jjii sued by Schuyler Fasset; as| Representative, aridj recommended that T^yomSng county reject him. This is a rcjaJ Old Hunker tricjs. When David Wihjaot was first a candidate for Congress^he came over here and prevailed upon!our Convention torecommend his nomination,/or effect with the Bradford County Convention which was to be afterwards held. When we concede to Wyoming a Representative, would it not be more courteous to permit her citizens to sele|t a candidate without our interference.— Vije believe theni to be fully capable to transact their own business, and quite as honest as our Fire-proof Clique.

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

Geo. Santa Anna, and Paredes. jOur Mexican news this week is quite interesting. It is reported that Santa Anna, ¦on; the next day after, receiving intelligence of -a. revolt in his favor"at Vera Cruz, witb hi| entire suite-started iii the British steamship; Arab for that place. We learn, however, by the-iledger of Monday last, it had just been informed by Magnetic Telegraph that Santa Arina, instead of embarking for v*£ra Cruz, had departed with an intention of landing at jSisal. We learn also by the latest advicei, that Gen, Paredes has suc ceeded in raising some thirteen thousand troops. The, new regiments are chiefly ; composed of Lepcros and Jarochos—the lowest classes of the cross-breeds—who have been taken in chains to the capital, and tqere, in their half-naked state, they are furnished with a musket, and taught roughly and toughly jhow to load, aim and fire.— They are miserable beings, who may fight hard, but not-with the necessary discipline. The advices' from Mexic...

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

FIRE ! : 1 he usual quiet of our citizens was again disturbed on: .Monday evening last, by this alarming cry. Soon upon thejypot, we discovered it was caused by the burning of a kiln of choice lumber, near the new Methodist Church in this village, which was being seasoned for the completion of that ttoble buildirig. Though the Church was considerably endangered; ¦ by timely attention" and continued vigilence, it was" kept safe. Loss, some $80, or more. We observed on this and other occasions of a similar'nature; the prompt and ventures conduct of spme ofour worthy citizens ; who ascended the^-church like squirrels, and rendered good servlee by sprinkling the roof with water. \, j We understand that the Committee appointed for the purpose,) are now negotiating for the purchase of an efficient engine, f access to an enterprise worthy of much commendation. ! ; -) -».

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

tven Death of Judge Kennedy. !| xne nan. Joan nedy, one ofthe Associate Jbdges of .the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, died at his residence, in Philadelphia, on Wednesday evening the Sjj6th. ult, (He was sevenij-two years of Hge, rind lias, been ¦ laboring- under .a severe and gainful illness; for a long time. Judge Kenriedy occupied a Beat, upon the bench ofthe Supreme Court for fifteen or sixteen years, having :»u|ceeded Judge Frederick Smith, a|nd hjas]enjo^sdi in the highest degree the, ^afideiiee^«:;|j^ members of :ih^-^0t^ii^^»:8tmie. The inembers' $mp. PhUMelphia bar held a Reeling' bn^|b^5^K^. for .theVpurpose of paying a suitable respect to the memory of the deceased] ¦¦¦'-•-¦¦- ' •il ' . ,i—:——»- — ' | j: An Enraged Elefhant.—Anelephant belonging to ^Raymond and Waring's eolj ^c^on ¦^.[^^^y^^^en vx^^-ia $M* "Dage «few ! week*.sinceretcap^ihMii the tent whifc being exhibitedI in hadifmr^ recently, and being enraged inconsequence wiooie «ne having given him tobaeco|q...

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

. r^^M^^ ^.^j,!^^-_fc| - - •Maj. Findley fattersori has been nominated by the Democrats' for Congress from thjB 24th district of this state, now representee} by Mr. Buffington, Whig. - |The Democrats of Union county; in the 13th Congressional district, have nominated Hon. Isaac Slenker; formerly a State Senator, as their candidate for Congress. iThe Hon. John Strohm is the Whig candidate in the 8th or; Lancaster district IThe Hon. Arnold Plummcr declines;be ing a candidate for Congress - in the 22nd district, composed of the counties of CrawfqVd, Mercer aud Venango. M. B. Lowry, -E4q: will probably be chosen by the Democrats. j Jbhii M. Coleman, Esq.Jias been nominated ay the Whigs of the 3d Congressional district, composed of Spring Garden and the Northern Liberties, Philadelphia;; [Joseph R. Ingersoll has been re-ripiriinaated by the Whigs for Congress* front Philadelphia.

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

{. ; The Next Congressnian- j It is reported Tioga and Bradford counties prefer that Susquehanna should present af candidate for the next Congressional Election. Though We do not claim it, yet, if insisted upon, our friends may be \ assured that we will furnish a candidate who vlill merit, and, in these ports, receive ;thc cordial support of all truly denominated Northern Pennsylvania Democrats. We dp not yet know who are to be the ooly candidates for Congress or the Legislature, in this county,—when known we will announce. " • - ~

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

| Good Advice. " Somebody," says the Phil'a Ledger, '1 lays down the following rules to govern ypung men in business. They will apply equally well to young and old. Let; the business of every one alone, and attend to your own. Don't buy what you donlt want; use every hour to advantage, and study to ritake even leisure hours useful'; think twice bjefore you spend -a shilling, arid remember you will have another to make for it; find recreation in looking after your business, a;nd thus your business will not be neglected ih looking after recreation; buy fair, sell fair, fake care of the profits; look over your t ooks regularly,_ and if you find an error, trace it out; should a stroke of misfortune dome upon you in trade, retrencli—work larder, but never fly the track; confront difficulties with unflinching perseverance, and they will disappear at last; though you should even fall in the struggle, you will be Honored; but shrink from the task, and you will be despised. | rf= Col...

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

| Hew York and Erie Railroad. • T l . n L. i~< - . ¦ . ; .me vswego vrazette, ol last week, gives t^ie decision of Commissioners appointed by ijbe New York legislature, to examine the two routes, for the location of this Road, east of Binghamton, and says: "One hunfred miles Of tlie road were ordered to be put under contract at an early day. All the friends ofthe work who have no personal interest on the interior route,- are rejoiced by thedecision of the Commissioners The jtroraSsnow bound to go ahead to an early completion." I Hon. Louis McLane.—This gentleman jrill probably arrive in the Britannia steamship from Liverpool, which left thereon the 19th inst and was due at Boston yesferday. For the People's Advocate. | I observed on Friday morning last a numerous congregation of the canine species iii front of a certain «Democrat Office" 4own town. On inquiryjby the Zfcn'fwhom "^ley wished to see, old Towser replied," we have called to pay suitable respect to the eu...

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

" '¦ NOTICE. : r~ The." First UniVersalist Society of Maat»l?e and Bridgewater" will meef at their Chureh b Uie Blorough oi Mo'ntrose, on Saturday the 12tp imt. ay Vclock, P. M.. for the purpose of electing their officers for the, ensuing year. . T A punctual attendance is earnestly desired,! as some important business is to be transacted. j By order of rhe trustees. ' Sept. 1, 1848. A. N. BULtABD, Sec'ryl Liberty Nominations j Will be made for the coming Elections at the|office ofthe Hon. Isaac Post, in Montrose; on Satjorday the 5th Sept inst, at 4; o'clock, P. M. The friends of this enterprise.we trust, will attend to tihis daty- By tAe Bxeeutwe\commiUer. Sept. 1, 1846.

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

Receipts for-the Peoples' Advocate, For the week ending Sept. 3, 1846. * Alex. McCollum, $1.00 Pays to No. 52 0. J. Wjlliams, itoo " " 52 Peter Jamesou, \ oo " ** 52 A. Graves, ; 1,00 " "^ 52 Wm. Fqstcr, ^00 " V' 52 R. Searle, 1,00 " "; 52 1. fi. Cooper, 1,00: " "' 52 Bennett & \Veaver, 1,00 " '" 52 Hart Roberts, 1^0 ¦< " 1 go John Squire?, 1,0a ~" '"' 52 B.B.Jackson: 1,00 " '"¦ 52 Ini Summer*, 1,00 " "I 52 J. B. Strickland ^ 1,00' " "\ 52 Isaac B: Feisenden, 1,00 , " "i 52 S. D, Cornell, 1,00 " "' 52 Y. G. Isbellj 1,00 " " 52 Harry A. Bjrohard, 1,00 " "; 52 Mahlon GrifEs, 1,00 " " 52 Bartlett Griffis, 1,00 " "j 52 Ezekiel Bedell, 1,00 " *'; 52 -\. W. Brewster, .50' "'. "' 26

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

THE MARKETS, j CORHECTED ffrmi.V Foil Tll£ PEOPLt's AIIVOCJATE. NEW YOEK, Sept'l. 18^6. Wheat'flour, per barrel 14,00 © 4,06 Rye i do do. • ¦ , . JS,50 ® $,75 Corn meal 'do i 2,62 <a> 3,00 - Wheat,'per bushel 10,80 ® p,95 Rye, do : 0,70 ® 0,75 Corn do ' 0,50 © 0,52 Barley, &> " ' 0,24 ® 0,32 Oats, do . 0^!8 ® 6,30 Flax, per }b.. American, . '. ) ' \ 0,03 ® p,03j Tallow; per lb. rendered, ¦' 0,07 ® 0.07 j Butter per lb. Orange co. '8,13® 0,17 .do western dairy,' 0,10 ® 0,14 Cheese, per lb.'. ,0,06 & 0,07 Beef, per barrel, mess, - ; • 6,50 ® 7,00 . do prime, - :4,50 ® 5,00 Pork, per barrel, mess, , 9,874® IP.OO do - prime, ., ; 7,874®' ».n" Lard, per lb. 0,05|® 6.07 Hamsperlb. smoked . 0,05 ® 6.03 Feathers jier lb. live geese .; , 0,25 ® 0,30 Ox horua, per bandied, ' -.8,00 ® 12,00 Oow _ do -'..; i! 2,00 ® 3.00 American wool, per-lb. saxon . ! Q.17: ® 0^1 do full blond Merino 0^7j® 04!8 do 4 &} Merino . Q.28 ® 5,31-do native * ii Meri...

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

: 1W GOODS FOE THE FALL Ofe 1846. Cyf\ Per cent, cheaper than ever offered m this ^VJf„ market before, at • ' SepjL 3d, 2846. J, B. SALISBURYIS, ~ < CALICO'S ^ r ^~~' NEAT and elegant rtyies,; for only' 124 conn* P*' yard, just received at ' ¦ SAtlSBURrS. - Sept 3,1846. j ¦; L ,; . _,;^vGiNaHA^!s, • ., ;. RICH ami beautiful patterns, just in at Pcpt3,I8<6. .;„. , SALMBUB^S. !- wj^j Ca sbm^RPs:] ij:.' /"1ASUA1BRES and d'Lains, elegant stvleiijost V/ arrived at ¦ „ j . -, !.. ,8AI»1SBUBY'».. Sept. 3i 1848.' ; ' ¦*? ' f' .-{ '' ' •.-•¦I-7-:'-;;' .' ALPACASi ' ] - j\ PLAIN, plaid, and striped'Alpacas cheap st Sept 3, IM«.' f ; ^j-r\f- ^ALlSBUBVtS-^. .•¦',-=¦¦ -¦¦¦•¦• --AtPAfe4j^; «p.:!.£"" TO OBES, a new stylo of dress jn^Vkt'cqMK at J»^;Vi8tt.-•; -'T'-rj;-' gA^BBUBya., : ,: 'FANCY CASSIMERES, !|! . L4T^ itylefc.and,ita|iingi(>»»«t''' , ! " I Sept 3,-3t | ^. .^j =^'^ jSaliibor;''!. :j f ^^g^i^^s^,:,,']^. ^ \F;aaat»a« y«y.low«tr-,.-,-,,- j ,,.)(,'&&am...

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

—'-|-"f .^BnMBWE^.-*1---^ T>tA1?! «*d »tri| A iiatiiietfSO^per cent cheaper XT. thafi ever, just) come at ;.,;.:.. .: Salisbury's. Sept 3, 1346. , § ,;. , "/, , | - .. ~ r "^Jestings.;-;'^ j J^ Lar je and spiel did-variety of Sating V felvet, and Worsted Vestufgs, of this Fall's Fashittn, just in andvenflowat 1 Saliibury's. Sept S. 1846. J' :..,-., ,| . \ ., ""]' XAljIES* SHOES, j ~ AJ ^r?»t-v an^ ti: the best style and quality ofj Gaiters, Boskijs, and sBppers—also'ajllot of cXtremelyiow priced shoes, jostcome at, ,1j sept 3j 1846. j| . ^ " s&paiy's.... ~] ~SiOGERiES. | LA.?IE "^^primeBugara, and;m4oof that firsj rate Tea; just in at Saliiburv'i. sept 3| 2846. ! ' | _ j ^j BE SILKS, : 1 "" "C10R |Mantaia» i; md Aprons, and Alpa4 aprons, ,e$mat f . Sjb-^ l EDGINGS* ^f~ "piNEfaasortmenJof blackiriik, thread, and cotton sep?f?8g 4V USt:i"iVe<lat -"K* " f '* ¦ ' i '. ,-TTIGpEST Majket price, will be' pawl for any AAqimUty of B>er,Oats, Rye, CoplandFlai 1x...

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

MSN^SpSSSffli^'^ ne.:.V«iif|attitLijhcPeople: J THE iarmeri of SuWebanliOiiJounty aC berety notified; that the largest and best assotanent of -r Plotighs and Iron Castings of eivety kind and variety" may be hadjifeeh from the Fnfnacft of :TT - '- Di^POSf^Rf St. COL Ob>ap«fl^'tte;Cbeamii>-M'"CaiK!'''v'|' Let it Be -uuderstood that yie -will not be undersold. We hive, too, the largest assprtmentfof Good* m our lbie, of any Foundry id Soiibern Pennsylva. > nia,consist]ne6f PLOUGHS tto'rOTgonfthiB.and/ 7 down hOl, and 01i the-level—m7 wi: MonlPldnensi Wavw CoMtyPloaglis.W^'abld^afet' .Side HiU Ploughs, 4pc:&c. too numerous to roentioji. P»ttCo.)wiUab»fumu*!tbefccMto^ . Andirona ^ of. men M2e, witK',!«fagoh Boili, Slay: CuttwandBobSfedBnwa, rJ^3hnm>iiS(m* ' Fahmng MiU Irons,- and mdeede^eryiitidof feon'Cast-" mgs tbat the limner and hard-fijted yeomanrv of the County mayidesire: Then cafl at] f-,. ' ' „ -- POST'^ FURNACE. ! Montrose, June 23, 184C. S...

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

The California Volunteers. jt Col. Stephenson's regiment of volunteers are still encamped on Governor's Island, New Yo|rk narbor. They ought to have bjeen doabling Cape Horn by this time, but there seem < tb be many, difficulties in the Jay of an embarkation. A few days since im^ of Col. Stephenson's- creditors com menced proceedings against him, for the purpose of preventing his departure from the country, and now we see a meeting has bjeen held ih relation to certain alleged grievances which the present volunteer corps on Governor's Island "are suffering. The riieeting wns addressed by one or two persons, when.resolutions were adopted condemnatory of the course of Col. Stephenson, after which the meeting seperated. We notice among the names of volunteers now encamped on Governor's Island, that of A. J. Ward, formerly of this county;

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

miormea *^.-A *•**#** : :<&W -* uovepen there are t#e or; ««* men Who do toot take our paper, and ^tf waste ifuch^wwirt^aie.in endewox-1 w« to disable otJfettfiom taking it, ^ ««nk our^patrons for the iaifc^ation/ Re-^t0 >**fth m^i^^k^e willa^i n ™" f HP t°\tke ligWvbether they *^ ojold,/We h^itbe ^jtrah^ a ^^j^i fnjam^ and-jrJU bdbfeh itj ^^«^8hfeism^eWu^; t^X,; r/s

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

uifunani accessions •6ar Prospects. ¦ to our SDDSCnptlOn list, made during I the two weeks of Court which has just beea held, put us under renewed obligations to the People whose interests it islpur privilege to serve. Though this is the l|5th Nci of our paper, only, we can now Congratulate ourselves and our friends on as large! a circulation as is given to any paper in thfe county. This result is indeed cheering, land will nerve us on to greater exertion hi our efforts to cull from the rubbish of par^y interestedness, the genuine principles ^hich he at the fijijjndation of op Republican government, and hoid them Up in bi>Id rehef to the apprpjtog new of thf honest and virtuous of every condition i|i life-1 It is not expected that our views, t|pon every sjibjeet presented for coosideratioji, wili receive the ready sanci tion of all ojir patrons; we by no means so tar trespass upon the credulity of our readi ders; neither do jre assume reproachfully to denominate every...

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

DIED, : Very,suddenly, at Great Bend, on the 16th riltl, Gbast Lee, son of Grant B. and Love L. Trowbridge, aged 2 years and 6 months. . The deceased was a peculiarly interesting child, and had, by its lovely and affectionate disposition, entwined itself deeply into the affections of those who knew it, but, like the tfender Bower, bloomed but to be admired, and then to fade away and die. ''Life is a space—a fleeting hour-How soon the vapor flies: Man is a tender, transient flower. That, e'en in blooming, dies." [Com.

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

MONTROSE. SEPT. Z, 1846. Democratic dominations. "Foi CANAL COMMISSIONER, WJtfjB. FOSTER, JR. ol BRADFORD COUNTY.' - -i f|r representative, DiVID THOMAS, I of Great Bend. f ; -« FOR -COMMISSIONER, NATJHANIEL WEST, | of Thomson: \ FOR I AUDITOR, FRkNCJS CITJINN, I of Ghoconut." Whig jromlnations. EpR REPRESENTATIVE, DAOTEL searle, ¦ \ I -of Montrose [ i^OR COMMISSIONER^ |rOEii LAMB, '-! | of Thomson: - 1 I FOR AUDITOR, THOMAS NICHOLSO^, •j of Springville.

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

"ll>e f tijrik'0 Sbuotatt. '..Here*all tne Press,jthePeople-sriBhtsmaintain, Unawed by jhfluencejmd unonbed by gam."

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