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

. I ' WANTED. X'l.OOJj Bushels Oats, 10(10 bnshels Eye, 100 Wisbcls:.Thnotliyseed; nnd 300 Firkins Dairy Bailor, l'ur |Which the liighcst niurkot prico will bu paid by '¦ ' Mills &. Sherman. r«npt.;83, 134(5. " n STOVES. FRANKLIN cmnbuiadim cooking stores. Wj^*liitigtan air tight do. do. Q.ongrc^s-air tight dt>. do. TJimpirOiair tight " do. do. •IjnjnbleSuven do. do. Kcitiu-yf; ¦ do. do. 7 Hole; <lo. do. Victoria do. do. 'l^arlor' do. do. Air bght Parlor stoven Chnrt-h^uul sliop stoves 8tnve \Vares"of all kinds. !iu<vepjjie, Elbows, Ziuk, Ash pails", Coal Hods, &c Ac. fftHwd" clieiip at Lyons & Cliandlers. i j 'Munftose, wpt. 22,1346. ! (KEEP IT IN MIND THAfl" the clieajiest lot of Goods ever nfforud in tli& inarket, can now be. found at the storu of I I 3, ILY©lKi@. i.' , ?1 yds. Calico for .One Dollar, Cask. j j(i yils. SUuctiug do. do. 30 lbs. Car. Tobacco, do. do. ! $i lbs. Vnunpr Hyson Tcji, do. do. ; 45 tbsJC<Hl-F...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

— '- 'u THE iPuTlbMiej-*1 * of the People's-'Advocate, having the use of|«n cntiruly. new nutl modern as-9j)rtU!Viit«,fJJJB I'lj lfE. veiio^prcnatEijLlo esuculi;, m a neat raid satisfactory style, all kinds ol JOB PMTIM at prices to suit tlio times. Pamphlets, Biti. H^ads, Cards, Catalogues, Ha^ ptdbtlls, Blanks, &c, Printed on short notice, and in the best style of the Art R^" A share of the People's patronage is respectfully.solicited. , July 9, J84fi. . DOW ' &. BOYD, a 1F®®T ©IF KJWDQ^T11®IKI. WOT Air, GONE. NI. POST for the Icnep rftrlunn it may concern, • offers for sale, at the-Hat Shop of the Me C. W. Tntthv n general us.sortnie.it of Hats nnd; Gups on a reasonable credit to those who pay promptly, or at a liberal discount for cash. Augnsti. 1840. , 3 jw. \a ^aa N®a 'sSbvSb ^g ®T ^ q riTHE subscribers are receiving a large addition tn X their stock of Goisls, wpich makes tlieir assdrtniunt cipud to any establishment in town—which tliey offer at reduced pr...

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

"¦ ««t_ Ttbasbwi)CTiWehUyrei>oTt-4lMs«L : - 'H A cdthrought ie county; nLdJ^^V 1 JHf is tliodeclured ipuiionof Ai«i_^^»f *^PK dr&t, that in w nut of yoritlty mnl qunli'J !'^fy.jlie"supply.'if HATS <&.d CAPsTat MunfeiL & Root's Hat am! Gap Stbreion tho TO-st side of the Pulflio Avchtiu i 1 Muntrosej. exceeds iny ¦diing oftbokhjl eycr ejxpo lodSpr sale in tliis rej|on ofcoiyitry.'! R|ader, dq'jrtiu -'^iscpsdiil tho rumji-l Remember UkejPoet's ndnw nifiori; ' T; j Our daol ts biro traitdrs, j1 And makbu^ lose! the' gci >d we oft ntiglit win. j I' A FEW Do£'Patent Sijft HBU nt Al!,&Boot 's,!for $liTpiec|. Cull and exarnhiie. i j; =_M : 1 IL CHIP'rikTSforScilt " ; ¦ •' I' • ' ? ' ' :M._Ryj \ ¦ . . : j, A GOOD artjclo of Fur Hats ibr $155 at. .; ' i f • * 7 M.& It'l-£ .—, 1 ' " ¦ : l _. LEGHORN'Hats cheap* r than the! cbea[>cstj u) ¦ 'I ' •: .. ¦ -. i.M.&B'i ^ 1 rl 1 ________ OBINGHAMtON Plow Joints for $Uj-I4...

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

ooo^FroiTmt ^ EbplT, ;. MMT^M^Tfei^i', ' - ¦ ¦¦¦^% ,4 fc"* -B-POfiiJ^loU, *-^, DDEA1,EBS, ^kilcsalcm.a BolaiLjo D-r^_, GroceriiM, Crbckerv HjfcH^Jf*' 0*** equal toan^sUiroinIfi-^nnivi &W_^ •y" _ e.„nsi^aiul.will besohl _i Ufc_ '•^2?**! wifli'tlle times andf ,h^ wLts of ticST' cash they OTanottonnacifaoUli r ureI T ers-, »ur Among their .assortmentf,ay belbund a great nety of good go0ds^^6ns%n%of * " -; .=, f BroadcloUls< 6f every j-hriutt- aU color hnmmer.eiol^lanqy. su-^Ji^pla ^ ,N Cab^cs-tbeW.tylcs.of tl| ^»i_7" !' Ladies' Cravats, Scarfs, MfosJiibons «nL 4 , v^ts. Rich Dress-Silks *rin: ge W}i_erLt__ ' tmnmmp, for ladled idrt'Ss^.. . j ,. "T^*'6-we £itf££:a**y"y ***»¦£¦**¦ 'drawer GiioiU'of1 every lifcscriwjon .„'„>t^ii . -WW__J ± ^.'y-^-pt fe a' i>$Uu x*?r M^^^.^tig^ M°^js^fc-fci . ,.- MULFOKDS': /^\NB new two bbrse Lmnber wigou for _e hv V^ '>: :• .j S, S|. M. & SUN. V^ARPENlPERR'W.T.Tv>bERS^OOLS-aIan:n y ass.jrtme„t kept c...

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

"Stick lb- hiiu, jemrav." Two brother^ from the Emerald T^Ie, a few years ~nce| ljurtliased a piece of wild land not far Fro|i the frenhebec and" went to work to clear ri up. After cutting down the large growth and burning over the underbrush, they proceeded to pontrive a plan to get the.fallcJi trunks together in a pile for tlie purposc'lbf burning tbem also. The land lay upon tj| side-hill, and they concluded that if they|could r_Il_ large log which lay near the submit and pfetce it about lialf way down, the| rniglit pile the rest .against it and thu9^ee|fre their object. . But how were they, tosjgreventit «_en.once under way froni roUii^b^hRbouoni, and thus defeating their plan J To accomplish this they procui_ fa' rope| -id making one *nd fast to thq feg^ one of them was to hold1 on to the other *nd to prevent its going too ^ far while the 6t|_r#_ tn start it Fearing that he inight |bot be able to prevent the rope from -ipp&g through his fingers', Jimmy, wlio was t...

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

T«tal Iom ofthe ft S. Brig of War "Tr__o_, Ob jfeieiicaiiifjeM -.-,; WAsfctAGTOK, sejrt. 12, P. 'ft_--j A.dip from tlft Mobile JgcraJd, of tlie _h irntrbrings, inte|igef(ce of the.los^ of the if S. hrijg^Tru_tph.Y Sips frpn,'New O/ieuus «^'n_ui.'pte sain| hnformation. "¦;¦.-.. Sl_JW_siost <m the bar,off the Turpan river, 130_3_ei|__wardib'f t-Vera Cruz. Theinte_gence|wag hrdiiglrt to the squndl ron on the 19th |lL, by the sloop of war St. Mary's./-(^. A | 3;H >'• i •'t.' . . •' :lt appears the €«pt. Carpenter, -pf (he* Trurton, wisKiii§-tb: get hisTessel tiear the «hore-to protect #ai^j»g? wJ^ile their crews J$P sS&Wt K-Si^jK^sw*^,. * ScotcBnian, wh<?m he had taken out of < a small Mexican- pf&e to pilot-Jura, but who, from design orkep^dhti farf'him aground: mw^m\^'mj^0;m^m 4|^#K$&«C Jfifajw^mi. f tulwafs cre#, she was abiodoned bjf_eb_«6enr__d lata, W in all; wjjo surrendered themselves' ft* ' ' ' h ' tjs ' . te^fliB-TBcx...

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

' i .iAi!iHiAT_BAfc»EMBDT* • , Suitcil WUie Human donsttth'tion; t—d-erttial to the ,iwio b(ieyory rentable,disease,, willi be fcnihl in < .^BtQkT'a INDUN; VEGBTjABLB PiLLS,: ' •• ¦ ¦ I ,. .-. "«:.TM»!.:;;'K- -iii <¦'¦¦• ¦¦ ¦¦> ;!' [ . M'ft. ImtftpL Polkge; of. Health. , '! _r« _trooir$nfr'?; Jjjlimiwinposeil^of, nl?»to. which Mw'spo'n_neoJ|^Bi'gur own »»«. uud are, theref6re| Irettei- '_itp_r_f dtir cons_tutiorts tlvlli MeUteinili coiicMleilfrom" foreign drugs, howeMer we|l l^^- inny bp;lCo^nl><rand.ed,• anda»-VVrightS^b|j (liacu ycKUlubla Pijls arojfounded.unpn the luiuijipTD tiikt'tt'el*iniah bo^y Is m1 truth ; ",!'• ".- HSiiojbet to but'.oiie Disease, nhwoly.-'corruiit^lnimors, and that said Medicbie jiurcsthiidisoasooil iiaturnlprinciples, by"eleaniinip au<J pujifjing Jbelxidy,, it ^ will bo. muiuleat tlmt, if tio constituUoii bij ijot pntirely exhausted, a perse-•*epuirp''nl'tliliir use,'according to directions, is al>- MAlnte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

I fJoctvi}. TlM^BlioVTGirt's Lament. U i9i§.ttlntlte»>ot»ce Thel b"inl» wul^lowere of spring, 'Tis hSi tliat i>canty ecems to me ; \ djLniMy. unknown thing: H i< nh that I cannot mark Tli'-filne and sparkling sky, Nor nc&uiV loam, ner mountain's peak, ji Tliafc'e'cr I weep or sign. i Tli-y titfl me that the birds, whofo not^ ' Kall|-icli anil sweet iuiil full— • That ufase 1 listen to :uiil love, ' Are got all b.'.n ti.ul ! ¦ They t|ll mi- that tbe gayest flowers ^ Wlii^li sunshine ever brinirs, Are no$ the ones I know so well, • . But jjtraiiie and scentless things ! My lilfle brother leads me forth To vf here the violets jmiw; His aetitle, light, vet careful step, Aiidfttiny hand 1 know. My mother's voice is soil ami sweet : Likifi music on my e:ir:" ' Til;- vA-y atmosphere seems love, Whfn these to me are near. K My faflier twin.-, bis am" around, Amfcdriws me t" bis breast, Tokisf the poor, blind, helpless girl Ht-Aiy* hcVnes the best. Tir- t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

| ilUsccllann. ^^ i 4 From the New "Vork Observ er. ; a visitIto the desert and! the dead sea. | il '• UV PROFESSOR ADOLPHLS LEWIS KOEPPEX. From th'c height above Bir-Mousn we; fur <lie first)time had a distant view of the; Dead Sea ftnd the towering mountain ridge, beyond it gin el-Belka, the ancient Moubv Beneath is|a level table-land extended east-; ward, sinking down toward the steep, pre-; . npitate cliffs, skirting the western shore of; the lake, tljb highest of which is the promi-j iien't Ras et-Fesbkah. The sky hod becnj clouded iri fthe morning, but now it begani suddenly &> clear up and the wairru and] irlowing cpjlouririg diffused a marvellous splendor o|er the dusky rocks around us^ «liilc the djeep mirror of the Dead Sea lay-; . flittering il the East. On' the "^Northern i hills toward Jericho we distinguished tlie' white cupula of the Veli Neby-Mousa or sepulchral Schapcl of the ^ pr ophet Moses, where accordingjo a curious Moslem tradition ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

; Bev. Dr. JTVickar's Address \ To the California Re?imenl. \ Lndeu lavor ot your Colonels permission I address myself to you—Officers, noncommissioned and Privates of the California Regiment—and never before, I confess, have % addressed myself to my fellow man with so jleep a sense of my inability to say what befits tbe occasion and the-audicuce. It is not your numbers that daunt me—I have addressed assemblies as numerous—nor is it your military array, and that I a man of .' peace am called to counsel soldiers—with [that too my official duty ha* made me familiar—nor yet that I speak to men presently jbound for the battlefield ;-even with such ^solemn partings, recent events have made | me alas but too conversant; but never before .have I been called to address an organized jbody of armed citizens who go forth alike to ^conquer and to colonize, and who bid adieu :to their country and their homes, with (he Iprofessed understanding thatthey return not, ibut are to find alike t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

^ Ternss of AAyerQtog. i kdvcrtisentmU Coiupicujuily inserted st the tuoal rotes of FlrrT Cksts per iqinrefor tlid »r«,«nd Tw ESTT-Ftvi,Cxil« additiHuil' for each niilMeqneiit insertion. ^ ¦' j ' i - Yearly AdvertucrflenU, With the priruige of titer, ition, not to exceed I !' Qu. irter Column, with the P»per, per year, |S 00 Ha If Column' do J do 8 00 OnsColonio, ' dp i do 15 00 Bu lines* Carol, do ' do 3 00 nil other advertisements micrted at rcaioaalil* rata. :| Adver^iiemeiitj should bf marked with the nan* bcr of insertions re<iaired. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

m)t people's ^^ocatc. rLBLl5H|b SVSRT TBVBSPAT MORS1SO, E» f, DOW & BOYD. (Office on $e wert «ide of tho PnbUc Avenue.) B • . . TERMS.-JONE DOLLAR a year m nd>-ance. ci..o Dollar! Fifty Cents if not paid witlun three ni8.andldeiy ayca until after the exp«*iou of Z> year wo|«Unr» w.U be ex«cjc.l. iicontinnSncc optioual with the Pubhshen, un-1 '"T^e^f^Eer. on harincj. will, Lof. \ , ti.e innrt be ^wt-paid to insure attention. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

Clje poplc'f 2Ui>otatc. " Here shall the Press, theJPeopla's rights maintain, Unawed by influence, ana nnbribed by gain." MOMTKOSE. ^CT. 8. 1846. Election, Tuesday Oct. 13, 1846T~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

To | fc.c Independent Selectors of Susquehanna County: Fellow-Citizens ;—2-We have endeavored, faithfully, as Sentinels upon the Watch-Tower of your rights, to represent through the columns of the Advocate, your true interests. It now retrains for yon, understanding the genuine principles of enlightened democracy, and bdjlieving as you do with Mr. Niles, U. S. Senator froni; Connecticut, that " the greatest liberty to the greatest number, aud the gre&test good to the greatest number, is democratic doctrine,"—be-Ucving as did David Wilmot, ttcicc, when Mr. Read was a candidate for Congress, that the one term principle is soundly democratic, and knowing as you all do, (who understand the subject,) that Mr. Wilmot, influenced, by Southern flatterySor awed by Southern dictation, misrepresented us in Congress by voting against the grlat interests of our debtridden State, to cas| your votes in accordance with your cjfmvictions. If all will vote understanding!^- and indepen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

FREEMEN, T0 TOE POLLS'. every x reeman -of mis congressional district wtio is not so shackled with the fetters of party^as to vote, b|ndfold, against his own interests, and the iut^restfrof Pennsylvania, should turn out on Tuesday next, for the exercise of a duty which is enjoined upon him by every consideration of patriotism, and by every hope offifuture prosperity. Tbe crisis is a very important one, and one which may not soon again pecurin this district. The Tariff issue is now fairly sficfore the people of the districtBin the principles avowed by the respective j candidates in the field. On the one part, Mnl White is the firm and unflinching advocate'of a rate of duties protective alike of our )|ome industry and domestic manufactures;, while on the other, Mr. Wilmot is the avowed champion of the Tariff of 1846, a system of duties anti-protective in tlieir charajeter, free-trade in their tendency, and ruihoiis in their effect upon every branch of home industry.' The conte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

Tflilmot at Friendsvillc. This reloubtable hero in the cause of humbugging ;in enlightened constituency, has been travelling about the County with two or tliree-/M nsioned stool-pigeons in his service, apologizir. g for voting against the interests of tb,e people of Susquehanna. On Saturday last, itgreeably to; appointment, after his Man-Friday Sullivan^ fj-om Towanda, who preceded him, had njllied a little meeting, one Sanderson, from i Towanda too, made an introductory addrejss, in all fidelity to his faithless ipaster. Mr.Wilmot followed.and made a speech in direct opposition, so far as coal rind'iron are concerned, to what he had in ^ aid his speech on the floor of Congress, and to tie vote which he there gave. In Congress he was in favor of a specific duty on coal nnd iron—here, -in Susquehanna County he is in favor of an ad valorem duty ; else, he says, there is danger that good iron from Europe will not pay sufficient duty. Away witi such hypocrisy! Despise such quibb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

List of; Letters Reniaining in the Montrose Post-Office Sentember 30, 1S46. We this week advertise the uncalled for Letters i£ the Montrose Post-Office, agreeably to i$e net of Congress, passed March 8th, 184^ which provides that it shall be done in kbe " Paper of. the town or place where th(| Office advertising may be situated, having the largest circulation," etc. The Pbsi-Offijce Department will, of course, see us paid,; hotwithstandin^ the report that our Post-Master here alleged, he should "give the adveftising to Fuller Sf Hempsted, anv June." ill - ! '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

i , ————^—Bewail of Falsehood and Frand ! »ince \t is evident that Mr. Wilmot will receive a fiard run, the! leading spirits who have everything at stake on his re-election, exhibit si most extraordinary and untiring zeal in bis behalf Potjr Col. Blanding patrols the ijsircuit every quarter hour during the day, from the fire-proof to the Democrat office, tailing the post-office on his route. Others aije equally industrious, both in this county and Bradford.!! Certain it is that tbtsy aw> terribly alarmed for the success of their champion;]the great "exception," aHd we would |pt be surprised, if, in tlieir jdesperatibn, tbjtiy should resort to fraud attjl deception, !jto bolster up their waning j^aune. Let the honest yeomanry of our co|nty beware oftlie representations of these ttepperate factionists. T' ¦ i i<

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

l-MOI AHEAD! No state ih the union has been more stead fast in its adherence to Democratic princi pies than Pennsylvania—principles 0f th" old-fashiPtie| JeffersonjBBbdJncksonia; stamp. iWej fear thcreTBBome, howevei in our midstf who would leave the old plai form, and follow hard after the new lights c tbe.fire<propf. Let them go.. They ar ' traitors tp tlieir country and the Democrat ic caused—forgetting the Keystone state ii their love for South Carolina, and seckin to reduce thfe prices of labor to the pauper stnndar4 of jfcurope—the two-peuniea a day of Russia, and the five-pence of Ulnnd !—Even that Ifalse and arch-proprwf David Wilmot,- cahnot delude the independent electors of Northern Pennsylvania into so suicidal; an ^abandonment of tlieir ancient principles. = David, we admire your talents, but do yiou expect to spread such an-eclipse over the DemocracyVf Susquehanna'as:to make themjforget thai you, alone, of Pennsylvania's spns, discarded and spurned tlie ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 8 October 1846

TARIFF MEN—TURN OUT On Tuesxluy next, and give R. G. White, Esq., the Democratic Tariff Candidate tor Congress, Such a majority that the petty "dougli fa£es" of the district may understand tlicis position. Go to tlie ballot-box with the consciousness that you are freemen—independent, intelligent freemen.— Spurn from your presence with disgust, the vile poljticdl demagogue (and' there arc not a few of them in this county,) who would attempt to influence your vote by threats or promised; jn a word, take ypur own business info your own hands, aiid we will cheerfuilv abide the result.

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