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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

i ' i ¦¦ . ' THE Publisher's of the People's; Advocate, hav. ing Jhe use of an entirely new and modern assortmentof JOB TYPE, are now prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds oi . JOBPBINTING. at prices to suit the times.. Pamphlets, Bixij Heads, Cards, > Catalogues, Handbills, Blanks, &c. Printed on short notice, and in the best style of the Art. VST A share of the People's patronage is respectfully solicited. i . July 9, 1846. - DOJIV & BOYD. " • F©OT @P MAWQ$T0®KU ; NOT ALL GONE. NI. POST for Ihclmefit ofmhoin it may concern, • oners for sale, nt the Hat Shop of tlie late C. W. Tattle, a general assortment of Hats and Caps on a reasonable credit to those who pay promptly, or; at a liberal discount for cash.. . Angusi 4.U846. 8—4w. i&Si^a ^Ura HSBi^g! ^g 'wwsfi i THE subscribers-are receiving a large additional their stock of Goods, which tadkes their assort-; ment equal to any establishment in town—whicb^ they offer at re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

- -^^_; T|r has been dnrrently report- ^¦^¦ . ¦ ;JlS edthropghthocounty, and ^^^p jB»lalliftdecuire4opjnipfeoflii»ii-^Wff ' ^^^rdrbJi, that in paint of variety and qnaii-Tilyi the'snpplrof HATSjandCAPS, at Mkkrii. 4. Root's Hatlaiid Cap Store.on the West side of the Public Avennoj in Montrose, eiceedsr any thirig of tho kind eyor.ekdosed forsalp hi this region of country. Reader, do jou discredit the rnmorl Itememuerth^iPoet'a adiponitW: ' \ • I Ourdotihwareitraitpri, | And make 14s lose the gtiod we oft might win| A FEW Dip. Patent Silk Hats, at M. & Root's, for $1 a piece. Call and examine. '¦ HIPHAisforacat] \ | ' ¦ ¦ \ I ¦ • M. *, R|g. - A GOOD article of Fur] Hats for $1,25 at ' I ~ . \ ' I ; ¦" ' M-&R|«--LEGHOSS Hats cheaper than the cheapest; a - -| I' l M.&'R!». BINGHXifTON Plow Point* for . ' |o,44 " 1 Side F|iU do. I V f 50 Also Wayne Gonnty Poinbi at lyi & R?s. GREAT BARGAINS! I '•smm pmm&wM&'$:&©t2 ©i? 4 Sk^ cv^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

GOODS 1fO*»^Ht||SEOPL? : ..;»^«rtfe^8 • «w»«Mr»>ie,':gBfjq«4iiapiiaCiF„ Pi. ' • „8.4^WFob:tidN, ' • DDBALEB8,iVV^le^ianai B4tiril, inDry &*., ^&*&*.**l&!e*to;*o«^ho wfahtoW' equal Jo any. storfe m tSe cotinty, (Their WhS is extensive aai will be gold at nrices to ^~-^i with the rime.;tuid the ^S&SS*? cash they.iriB not he undersold! ' ^^OT -.Among'the& ^rtment may be! found a sreft nety of foo^goooV-coMisting ofl Broadclbto^revery.yariety ind color. Sumraer Cldth»-lajicy, »thW and plain. Oahcoeg-4be hest style* of the season veto WT^^SSH'^ Zilmm- S'Tk Vel. veto-HicH Dress SfflajT^nge and other fa»Morabre t«TOnninjiJorlaiKe*^ drp«es. j «m<m»fe We fSse^-T °f eyetTtfiricty "* nUta - - Prajer Gop^iof e^ery description, and in nu-i Satnlets, Cauiinere*, &c. &c. June, 1846. ... - I TlfOU^LIN riE LA1NES from! Is. 6d. up ward. -LTAforjaaleatjI. , MULFORDy ' J|jQUSS;ES.>^.good .agar sUte and dl other -LT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

SPEECH OF HON. A. H.'ltEAD* Ot ifthe Tariff Qrtestlon, Delivered fai the House of Representatives, \ :* July CM, 1842. Mb. CiAibman : The subject now under cousidcrattbu is 0,le °f deep and. all-absorbing interest w the Peopleof tliis Union. Its effects, (o&gxod or for «v'il, its multifarious raiuiiiciiti<%, w'" reach every liamict and log-calii" iii the United States. The \<orkj,i<r man, tlie poor laborer, the busy artizan, ' ilic independent cultivator of the soil, the ghoemaker| the merchant, the shipper, and the paper-njiouey nabob—in short, tlie smaller as well as tjac, larger interests of the" country nil) feel either its paralyzing or its renovating touch-iithe former, if it sliall be adjusted* upon slibrt-gigbted sectional feeling? and local prejudices; the latter, if it shall be made'to totter and stimulate national industry the only source of national wealth and national prosperity. It is therefore entitled nt our bauds to the most frrave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

, :¦: ^*'"*| ¦ °f-Aj vcrtisin^. ^ «1^fa^ t^t^^ ag^fl^^waaess teSr „^SS n,S' T * *° ^jfc^^ol-%Sffi^^t*f*>Kff« -i-fay One Column, do 3S vfjJUI B^nc^eard., do «" '., S raW ^ advcrtia<;ule4t8 inserted at rctitoublq u^f?^?-^*110 ^,^ »¦*«**& ^»Mm. ^ WiiMcrtioiig required. Ty«»"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

&[)ti! f cop kVft&twcatc. ^'rltinisitiD fvK*i TKim»o« jiomjiso, bt ? % I 'poWs&'B9*JK> V. (OfccJon|h6 wc*tyd«of tho jrabltc Avinuc.) "TiiftHiS.'-itfXE DOU.AR a' yrar iu prance. > o..e' mM r,ftr Ccnts 'f'1?* ^d ^ • rW * ra.mili»i.|uid*!<»elBy«>'l ™>b after the- expirsutaiof lUtywI^voMollnniwillberenictpl.^ : . i-Duieontuiii^uccs optional wuh U10 Pubbshera, un-Vim arrearage arc ivuJ- . .. .,„,,, Wtten< to^lliP TOiHAeni on bnsmcds with thCofiirft mo«t boijioit-pai'l to mwire attention. !¦ .';

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

J£J)c pdble'js ^uocotc —i—¦ 1-—— 1 ' ¦" Herp shall the Pfgsi, the People's rights maintain, . Unuvved by iuflueiat.e, and mibribed by gAhi." ¦ WOTiTl|>yE, OCT. 1. 184«.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

Pennsylvania Democratic Tariff . .!' Cand«aWttrj&6ii&*ss^/>, ROBERT m TVfnWEf ^S( &> j OP 'TIOGA c6t'NTY.\!f i'} Itfis indeed cheering to observe the ehthusin sm with which the nomination of this eminent gentleman is hailed by the Democracy cf old Susquehanna. Sitbe the? publication of our last, which contained th? proceedit gs of the different Congressional Con-; ferine as in/opposition to David Wilmot, our1 friend i Jiayjejaken^coufage^juul-areampationtly(,awaiting.tlm!opportunity to cast,their votes, in. favor of one whom they recognize as .the • inflexible advocate of Pennsylvania interests. ' The People of 'this county, true to thqnfselv'es, Will rolluji their hundreds of a'rrjajority'fo.r Mr. WThite,, which will fully offset against any majority bit. Wilmot may roceh e- in Bradford. bur news from Tioga, too, is of a most '&Wdbi ra^;ng character. That, Sir. White is rejected [at home, and that be is the ,chojc»iof the; county in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

the aspect of oar. afioirs with , , Mexico.. In our anticipation of a; speedy determination of hostilities with that hapless country, late advices would seem to intimate our mistake. Gen. Santa Anna, has not yet even entered the City of Mexico, but lingers at his old country residence in Jnlapa. It is also rumored, that it might be quite unsafe for him to enter tlie Seat of Government; as a lingering regard for Paredes still oh tainsamong the people there. All offers of reconciliation are disdainfully rejected bv that Government, or by somebody, while it is difficult1 to ascertain who, constitutes the real head jpf tlie pation. The rumor is also current," and probably correct; that some who rebelled, an| struck for Santa Anna, have returned to the support of Paredes. That hypo^jticaljj hpro, Gen. Santa Arina, may fiud it riedes-sary, in, order to personal safety and quiet, t| return to the beautiful isle of Cribaj, wherje lie may witli impunity and muCbjselfo, l|light, reeng...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

| The Responsibility. Tli^." rule or ruin'Taction of this county seem (to be resolved upon a destruction of the democratic party. The outs, ins, and etpectants of office, in their determination by intrigue, manangement and dictation, to select candidates "for the pebple to suppoh, in place of letting thrm any upon whom] the mantle of office shall fall, hare unquestionably endangered the success of the Democratic Candidates upon onr ticket. At wlfbse door, then, lies the fault? Why, at thc;door of the Fire-proof, whence all edictsfand commands to the people emanate. The t^uth is, John Blnnding, R. J. Niven, Georg£ Fuller, Win. Hartley, F.B.Streeter and o|icr lesser lights, evidently act under An im|»ressio^ tjiat our party is so, strong b this cdu»ty„ and under, so good disrip\int, that, if by means fair or foul, they succeed in having ben'nominated favotable" to their seifish-purppses and interested schemed, they must Selected,ojcourse—and tliis,although they riominate men ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

¦ - '¦•¦¦'¦ ^Iltttknl»<slnfe;•',,-,' ' Twd extraw«dimtrV' pePsorihgtfs,' no liss IS' ' 'A A '* rr M '':J V - v''-V''Ur :iTl1'^'- *' than Q. G.f Hqniuste^and,]fi. .A.,, GrQW, ";m«i. ij/'f»i^/i4. . '"(discpurag«diWith thept &* pectsat liotn^, yes'terday'* pulled out,'1 upd went over t§ East ISbithfield'b Bradfokl County to stif- up thb people iri.' support of a man who lias proved himself unworthy of their sufi'rngjs by lus.anti-Pennsylvania toting atithe li|st session of OoiigreseJ Pro)ablv these wofdy yohng men expect the >pportuuity^ofi making speeches to ' the g( od people' of feast SJmithfjeld, ln '(^."rf«e's Ipng BjallV-jof memorable notoriety—(he dining room of a seven by nine tavern house.) Well, Dr. Salisbury should1 be compensated for this getting upjof a mass meeting, by being clectei} Sergeant-at-arms for the n :xt U. S. Seuatq ; and j those, twin valiants ir >m Susq'at shoiild,!fo^J6tA«r, be- madea/u/W Congressman j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

- ; 1 4 | IWr. rWilmot. : Since tlrejjntelligjcnt, sterling democricy of old Tiogaahavc dropped, Mr. Wilmot, and proclaimed b numerous Conventions with the cnligiitei|ed authority of sovereign p jople, KJftroi'fl $ave nb-more of him, lie is Saidto appear eltremeljf chop-fallen. We uri-; derstarid he |has applied his powers aturideavoring toj reconcile the electors of Tioga to his anti-l|ennsylvanin course, but it v as no go—his Jefforts; convinced1 them that he was unsouml. W4 now advise him to ft cJc about, com| into JUiis cpunty ancjdo It t,ewise. We |will tlJLen warrant him to be jhandsomelyfkiefeated b'the district.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

"Bradford Settler." We baver receivled a prospectus for the publication |)f a new weekly paper at ' Jqwanda, in pratlfofd county. It promises, under tlie ti|le of • Bradford Settler,' in p jlitics, to be 4emocrjitic and to support sifch measures alwill bestWstainthc interests of s I I l*^ the people of Pentisylvania,—and in doing so,.necessar|ly to oppose the. Tariff of 1646. Terms one jilolldr and fifty cents, or one foliar, if paid ivithin three months after reci ipt of the first iiumbcr. We know not what extent of patronage a paper of this description may receive ;in :those diggirlgs, but that its existence would »be really faVornble to the continued asc indoncy of purely democratic principles in that county/! we afej fully aware, Thoigh unacquainted with; the firm of J. G. Pat on & co. who jjre to be the publishers, we recognize in the name of 'Patton; literally a host—and if this new' paper'is to be'eih'ducted und<|r the auspices of ,Ge,n.,Pattth's high a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

The Tarijprof 1)84a, compared with h that of IS 46. It has betijn falsely, and even rabidly asserted by s|>me off bur half-fledged> Tx riff orators^ tlu|t the farming interests are not prejudiced |y the Tariff, act'.of, last.win^r. Are thqy noi X Ajmost, every interest in the United Sta|es isibjuriouslyafTected-ltby that execrable bill.j,1 The fbllbwing tahle'lins been carefully batle,' by. afife and accu: ate comparers^ Which jelearly locates that the Tariff of lfc|a2, is decidedly more favori ble to the producer than the bill of 184G. Read and judge :^ 1 ' ' ¦ By the Tariff «j" 1842 ithe duties uponilhe articles belaSv, areias follows: ' ]. Beef & if ork f 2 cts per pound Hams &iBacon! ,, 2 » . *,} ' Butter 'f ' v j '5 ' :«« "\; Whtiat I | „ 25 '« bushel' ;%«; f. . ^"ioV'-T " ' ' Oats I i - 10 " . " Whdatfllur ."} 70 ¦ « ll2Ib|i Indian mfal-'1 t" ' .20 « , »'I Pobtoesl'-"1" "| -f'lO" ^'-i ntislM Corn 1: ' '¦{¦'¦ '•.W ::«'1 : -""*-r j|- By the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

^IftiB^^GlU^l^fi \j ir ^SS^SW -Wta».0f ^ ^mocrat-TanflTinf,p46,fbeldat;dic Cntort-hotweia Welliborpf, on' fPhursday evening; the 24A init:, th! e Hoti'/'DanierL. Sh.rwood, wis cIiom n^'rtyderit,,Joseph Aikci i; of Tioea Obvc r Ell ott off Richmond, Jai ies tbwrev' « ^V ellsb!roV^a^Dr»*«r« tMansfield hrancis Wetl^bee *>f iOownjri nm;^ Samuel DickbsodqC;J)JyRar„P«hrin,iyer „f Cov-%®fc a Ld ^? Iiain Res ^rd »f Gaines', Vice Presderirsrarid'm HcrnL Tempt of Idnoxv ltevanfiel.HoHdhy Jf Middlebu ry, and JF. Donaldson of WeSlsboro' Seqretane.s. ' ,"' ": * ' ¦'¦¦'-•v.- < \V"V nT J.'e i^tt eloquently-WdrcWdhy w.iir" ^»te i %Sof ,Ti°i;a c>unty,' Gei Wilj^m Patton"6f Brao^rir'i^'Sa the Hon. Daniel L. SlicVw.cA U 'of'TiW coup ty,~srfttbg forth the defect i p? tile Ta rjffdf 1840,.arid'its bju^ous sfTei|tS iipb' h the farmiWg ari^'Wher itftcfbsti'W'Pe'nnwt Va^ra, wlib'-w«jre responded tb With7'elith4". ^W kPPPtisfer -nfler. wWch; f ie fdl/bwlnir resolutionfewefercau'ahd^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

£lccUon, T&esday Oct. 13, 1846. Democrjttic'Kominations. - •- !|'" •~~~~~ .FOB CiNAt COMMIPSIONKIt, WM. Bl foster, jr. OF BBJlDrORD COtTXTTj FOT! CONGRESS, ROBERT G. WHITE, of^Twga county. I FOR REPRESENTATIVES, DAVfD THOMAS, of Susq'a co; SCHUi^ER FASSET, ofyVyomhg co. forJcommissio.ver, NATHA1MEL WEST, If Thomson. ifpV. AI'DITOn, FRAf CIS QUINIV, of CJtoconut. > . . Whig dominations. FOR ftEPKESEKTATIVF.S, DANI|EL SEARLE, ^f Susq'a co. 8. B. PHELPS, of& Wyoming cos - ' \ PorJ commissioner; JO^L LAMB, of Thomson. A' ' P»R AUDITOR, THOMAS JjtlCHOLSOtf, . | off SpjingviOc. -! ^ ^ • Liberty Nominations. ^ or Congress, <JEO. F. HfeRTON, of Bradford co. ForgRepresentatives, JOHN M'e|]VNEY, of Great Bend. IRA KOTNJ§Y, of Wyombg co. FoilGommissioner, THOMPSON-fECKENS, ofBridgewater. .^or >uditbr, ABEL BOli,ES, of Rush. For Cabal Commissioner, Wm. ELDElt, Esq. of Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

Our Patronaarc. For the gratification of our-friends, we . impart the cheering intelligence, that we ¦ flhis week circulate among actual subscri-~bers,to "The PteoplcV Advocate'-' more than ""jawe, .thousand copies. Our legitimate cir--«ulation (iueludnig a limited exchange list,) is now not lessbban ten hundred and fifty copies. We ha|e, in addition to bur regiilar issue, published|a few hundred extra'-sTiects for perusal by, those who do not, feel able to 'sviucfibc abdipdy agreeably toour establish edtterais. -Though we arrogate nox;redit to ourselves, this o^rtraordinary extent of pat-Tonage certalril; IteljS Well of the determina-j tibn.of fy«n1ipifehed ^ .]EtsopIe, to sustain1 those who laboi Jo inaiutub their rights. Xaconic^A o lipf-town' patron satid to u£, to-day, ^'if'it ^ be^^^^s^'^w'^er.j^ xomes mtddy „'fhm,tpi^ed ,,^p'.J^dr tjieni Democrat and trpy Banner may> have |oe MdrSfttge of tb | People's Advocate. ' " ! ';:f;,^ * --.I-; 1-. i&yi-.oii,-. :...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

! . Rotation in Ofilce, Hasevcrbefcn considered a cardinal princi-' pleof|jDemocracy. We elect Congressmen for ilie t^jrm of two years, and can elect for no ' loss tpne, except in case of a vacancy. David Wilmot has been our Representative in I Congress ohe year, for which he has receiv-.' ed niore than two tliou&and dollars-^hc lias ; the n^xt .winter Session before him, (tlie last! of lib present term,) when he will receive not lofes than one thousand dollars, most; probajbly. If Mr. White is elected, he will j not tjikc his seat before one year from De-1 cembemest. ' Suppose Mr. Wilmot should be re-elected, ! how long before We would have a Repre-. sentatjivc in Congress , from Susquehanna ! County! Seven years from next Decembers! j.; Suppose Mr. White is elected! Wc ehrfllibe entitled to a Congressman from this Cojnity, to be elected two years from this fall; and who would take his. scat' be fall after. . If the honor and emoluments of thatofficc are Worth havin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

nooert ix » I A Tempest in a Tea-pot. cjince . .white, Ksq., nas been brought into the Tield in opposition to Hon. David Wilmot, the Fire-proof has been in a perfect storm—clouds gather, dark and nngrjfj which ever and anon! emit thunderbolts^ forged for purposes of political slaughter, But which, without exception, fall harmlessly at the feet of intended victims. Some of the. Clique avow, that the current of opposition to Wilmot, is now irresistible—others encouragingly assert that some leading men who last Fall eschewed dictation and supported the "People's Ticket," acted disboneptiy and selfishly—that convinced of their error, these once contemners of Fireproof dictation, have confessed, an&promised to return to their masters' fold. The more sensible among them, however, and who make some pretentions to political integritv, admit that their Candidate is in imminent danger of defeat—they fear tbat'the better sense of the people Vill prevail; and that they will"' ',...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

' ''' N&riiKork * Erie tta.l $90$? "' Willi feelings .of no jjttle .surprise and irapatience do,w« obsefiye1the.1unr.Qa18pnhlei restless anjil impoliticiconduct of'!a few; selfish spi'rrtssijib the "Hburhcfn t'ict of Counties,'" respqeftng the introduction of this'Road into Pennstlvauiu,"at points, wherp it is inaspqdient to continue nortli of the State liue»—- Their course is of "the dog in the manger" kind—*thcv would disregard the great inter ests which the public are to derive from n completion of this work,;and even " set them at naught," unless be Road sliould^pass through their farms. Such disposition wds clcnrlyjeviiiced at a late meeting in be village of Onepnta, where they threatened to apply to a C inuce'llor for an injunction to prevent the Company from proceeding to erect then-Road ^vithin our'borders. Their opposition must lie a failure.

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