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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

Receipts for i the Peoples' Advocate. [ Mostuosj!, July 2, 1840. Hyde Crocker, J $1,00 Pays to No. 53 J. C. Sherman, j 1,09. " " 52 L'.-H. Woodruff, ! . 1,00 " " 52 J. R. Russell, \ 1,00 " " 53* John H. tleakiu, j' . ¦ •- 1,00 " " 53 Edward Greeuhill, j 1,00 ¦ "¦ " 5?j Franklin Lusk, 1,00 " " 5-1 Sheldau Meacham, 1,00 " . '\ 52 Earl Wheeler, - 1,00 ' " " 52 Heiiry ratrick, ' .' 1,00 ""' " 52 William Birge, ,50 " " 2G Charles 1'erigtf, . 1,00 " " 53 Azor Lat(irop, 1,00 " " 52 Lj-man TrowCridgoj. - * 1,00 " " 52! Waller Olmsted, j 1,00 " " 52J John Vnnvolkenburg,. 1,00 " " 52J Denison i'homag, j 1,00 " " 52i Thos. Jnijkson, -j. 1,00 " " 5^ 6. B. Eldred, -t 1,00 " " 54 Ezckiel (jJrifEs- | ',.'.'; 1,00 " » 53 Thomas Oakley, ' 1,00 " " 52 David 0.| Shorman,) ' 1,00 -" " 52

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

Ii BIB! RAN AWAY froih the subscriber on Friday, May Btll 1846, STpHEN D^XYONS, an indented apprfenUco to the .tailoring business. All persona am hereby caiffipnea ^gwnjrt harboring or, trustin'' tlie »aid appreince in^any *ay-; asjl shall deal with tllcUl ucc'ordaig to law; ¦ , -! ' I, ¦'- 1 , i JOHNQBQVB8; MoiHro«o,JuueaO, lo^Gi , . , u-»3W

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

THE MAPiKJEf s; ™: COBRECTED WEEKLY KOn THE P*0n.E's ADVOCATE NEW^rOEK,|*Juxi 27. 1848. Wheat flour, per barrel " $4,00 ® 5,00 Rye do do 2,50 <2> «^5 Corn meal do, 3,00 >S 3 "5 « heat, per. bushel o,8tt © 1,00 Corn 'i" - ' " 0,^3 © 0,65 brier ^° S& * °>60 ^w. . !¦ &$» Tnllow, per lb. rendered,' M . 0,07 © 0.07J Butter per lb. Orange co.- j 045 © 017 "° -western, dairy, 0,10 © 0,14 Cheescperllx. , 008(ffio$ Beef, per barrel, mess,. ,. 6^0 © 7 00 do pnine, 4,5o © ,'„„ Pork, per barrel, mess, s 10^7A®10 5^ , , 4?.; Pome, 1 7^74© 8,00 Lard, per lb. . nW^ „*~ Hams perlb. smoked . ¦ OO^I b'or' 1-eathersperlb.livo-ese j o-S t oZ< «£-.**£*&. .', 8,0 J I WriX^p feWfe|o| d" 4 &} Merino ; o»8 © 031: -do i^tive 4- J Merino 0,24 © 0,36,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

BRIED APPLES, a good art^e-^a fa* snpnly of Flat TUHSiP iSEEDTjuTrecerv "junnor81"10 . j Wu^ ~~ PAYllPr / .': ^§&sb» T1 ^?sab .scril>cr, thavang leased bia My**m .-** ohop, la desiroui of squarinc his #7 J! ^"tit, AH ^are i2aebt ^ ^ Mr ~^^ blackspkithihg, would confer qggg|£WN a great avor ^ Ky, pay W up immediate _ ,, V^T ty «e dislikes to make costdr extra trouble, but, unless lluVnoUce is promptly attended to, he will be Undet>tlie necessity bf trying another plan to collect hiS/dues. ! ,/ „ \ r PERRY JENKS. Montrose, Jilue 30,184G. , 3—3w Just Received in Addition, TITJLL SAWS, « Cut Saws, at ^ A - ~ '. i SEAKLE'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

XT AY RAKES, Forks and Scythes, at *-*- SEAKLE'S OUMJIER STUFF for Boys, Carpeting &c. at ~ ' . i SEARLF8 1300TS, coarse and fine, and Umbrellas—raorfiar *-» tides for a Rainy,Day, at , SEARLE',} X ADIES' Bonnets, Sltpiwrs.andCalieoes mabtm -M dance, at: SEARLE'$ TTARDWARE, Saddlery, Crockery, Axes, W A-i- sides namerons other articles, at '= July let. 1846. SEAKLE'S. CASH WANTED* £i\J Lbs. Salaratus for One Dollar. Hi do Sugar do do 12$ do Coffee do . do '4 do Y'g Hyson Tea - do, '. / 124 yds sheeting most 40 inches wide for 41 * SUMMER CLOTHS at 10 cU per yard-call qiuck or they will all be gone-rat the Cheap Store ot. „,- J. LYONS. June 23. RAISINS, in small boxes, nice for fiunily uWfor 88)0 °y . J. LYONS. MONTROSE [BUSINESS DIBEETOBY JAMES] N. ELDREDGE, Cabinet and Chair j Making. Also Sign and Fancy Painting, Turnurg, Paper Hanging, &c. Shop in ms old stand on jrnrnpike st. ' , A. OHAMBERLIN, oc tofl corner uifjrumK, ..^x— -^-v x-.l. r Vr&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

. ,i(.-R,:,SIUB:LE.*,CQ«y.j. -W A good aswrtment of Dry Goods, Crockcrj-.llatd ware, <^. &c,,^Weat W«f^.?$^^V'l?8^'"'''!,-«- - >%. : | ^ENX"SAYREV-" ^ot.m.!.4 Dcaler'm.Sto^ Hanlwarej.Di^'Gobdfi.*^ Mint ¦ ; ''A^Rf^ljcAy""1'8; J ¦¦ffo^-ti'lrt-U.^H^K.; X? t|lYONS^& ' ctoDi£i^f#«'-.; Dealei* hi Stoves,]Th«.\yi«re|; M^n^;~tk y"Gm^ ic.r.i^^East-sldts'of.l^bl' ^'A.yeTOe^ Dealera tii Hats, ^^•V^Vm§^/&i -i^-! West'sidb-pfl^blic-Ayehilc.'-';-^^-^*?:'!?;*'-'^ awl ^ ^kbiwle-^EMVija^ol^ute^

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

To [Correspondents. "I," shall be Inserted next week • nnd we hope. if il be not askiigr too much, to be favored with fre-,|iient roiitributi'jns from tlie same source. ¦• E. Walker. Woodbourne, Pa.," his our sincere thanks for his ki&d vrishes, with the asstu-aiWe that "isfr will aim to pjofit by his counsel and advice. A« thi« is the people's paper, we cordi:dly Jinvile die People to cofitribtite to its columns. We would Ik- slad to receiv"}. - frequent ennmumications from the -inners, especiaHv, on the subject of Agricultiire. ITIoiitrosc. July 2, 1846 r.-gs» We still ljoar complajils from subscribers thai thev* do not receive their papers. This is bad eiion;.'h. but'we are not iptogetlier in- fault. The din-ttious ,,n our Prospecti^'.-- wen* so indefinite uud confused, tli.-it it would ifldctl have been a ni:n«'l('u w*? roiilil have mailejl them all riirht the first time. Our mail list is now-jj-opicd ofi, so thai, iu future, we ir-.ii-t there will l|e no more ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

The' Tariff. It will be recollected that on the 3d of June last the U. S. Senate passed' a resolution, calling upon the 'President for estimates of the expenses of tlie war with/Mexico, and also for information relative to the aiode of raising funds to meet the same. The President, in his reply, submitted a report of the Secretary of the Treasury, in which he recommends ctnotiier modification of. the present Tariff. The Harrjsburg Argus, in commenting on this Message, very cjorreelly says: We regret tbat we are compelled to differ with the President in his views of the manlier of raising additional revenue. We are 4qw in a state of war. . Every precaution should therefore be taken to avoid the adoption of any measure which would have a di rect tendency to paralyze the prosperity of the country, and to'break down the energy and the existing enthusiasm of the people. ; We were gravely told some months ago that the Tariff must be reduced because it raised more revenue than the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

Declaration orlndepcnucnrcof tho U.S.of Amrrica. : In Congress, Julv 4th, 1770. Wiiex, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected tlii-rii with another, and to assume among the Jpowcrs of the earth, the separate and C(]ndl station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent rospoat to flie opinions of mankind requires that tlievf should declare the causes which impel tlieir to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident—thatj all men are created equal; that thev arc Endowed by tlieir Cueatou, with certain nmitieuable rights; that among these'arc life.pibrrty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these-rights, governments are instituted among men-, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; thatiwhenevwany form of government beccimrs destructive of these ends, it is-the right of tljic people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

JbAnk^ote tisT. C(ljlKKCTKI) WKEI1.T Fon THK rr.O^LEjS A11VOCATE MiiNTluwE, June 25-, lli-M).-"VENNSYLVANIA. Under $S* , A dia Pliiladelpliiu bank, pivr NEW HAMI'SHIltE. Miui & Mec biinl; par All solvent Hanks 4 (lis Moyunnjnsinjj bank "par • I^IAINB. l\nin tmvusbip bank par Calais bahk i 10a—Ij !} bank lietcs !>j djs Ajnicniltujruljbnuk do (lipirtl- do pir City bk lforfliuiil do Pipmsyl'u do piir Uiunoriscjotti do (liTniiintiiwii par-Mercantile l'|k • do Del in at Chester i«ir Stillwiiter C'hiial bkdo Oli'vU-rcoatWCboslorpar liiuit'or (foul bk do MJMitenrwrv co [i:ti-UVestbro<)k Kit do KariTiers'bl; It neks co par pttizciis'lbk' 'do KfinmW'lik H.-i.iV nnr Hlnbo bit - do I'aniu'rs'ibk Head' (.lobe bli I do s par lCusl.m jiar|Wasliiiiptmi'CO do %'i>;-lliunip1<>:i uo siilc Kranklbril bit - do triiieii-tnr bank pin All solvi-pit jiaiika 4 ilis fjir bk Uuicitetcr par VEEJIONT. t,j-bii>i>iit: J ili.-[I.ank nf r>t JUb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

^VrjDcrtisciriJmts. MC)TSTIIOSE ^fuNDRY. The Tariff anil thie People!! ,i, -i), OS i).^, THE Timers of Su<ipiehannab Comity arehcrebv miiilie.l 'ha: iln l-i.-L-.-s: uiai lwst assortment o'f Ploi L'lis':i;nl Iron C.L-iiiiL' -of evifrj- kind and variety, may be h.id.fr<--h from liie Furittiee of D. POST, JR. 18c CO., ' Cher.per thici tie- Cheape.-t, for C-iu-li! Let it b-t uii,le.-.too.l tliat ivi- will not be und -r--i.'ihl. A\'..- have. too. ihe Inrm-* jassortm.-nt of fiootl. in ...irliiie. of any Foundry in Northern 1'emisvlvauia. cimsUliiu. ' ol I'LOl.'lillS'tUift will »o up hill", mid down hUl. and ou this level—in]wit": ldon I'londis. Wayne Couutv I'loiu.-b-., Wood", 01,1 puu-nl. Side Hill I'loi.ih.-,-A-e. \e. too uiiiuei-ous to mention. Post .t-Co., will also furnish (lieir cuvtonu-rx'n-iili Aldirons of every size, with U .iL-du Iloxes,- Slav, Ci.-.ti-rnnd Hob Sled Shoes, ll,i--Clmru "Irons, Faiiiiin-. ' Mill Irons, and indeed .-v»-fv kind of Iron CilsIm-&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 2 July 1846

3 From ihe Aitg-Ameneon. MEXICO AWf> THE MEXICAN. nv wiiiln- Tuosirsos esq... l ^ Late M' uustcrof |he United S^to at Mexico.) f " asTixuitn.) extracts from this interesting publicntioij, and shall begin by point, - ing out the vveajth and influence, of the Church, which i| in fact the real government altliov^fi it^crciscs its authority indirectly. Nevertliftcss it is felt to the remotest throb of Mexicai| feeling. Mr. Thompson thus describes th| City pf Mexico, its Palace, ita Cathedfal, and the wealth of the -Church:— j The city of Mipxictf is said to be the fin™ built city on jlieS American: Continent. *« eome respects it Icrtainly is so. I" tlie lmu" ctpal streete thel houses arc all constructed according to thel strictest architectural rules. The foundation^ of the city were laid, and the first buUdin|s ivcre erected by Cortes, who did ererytiunff ^" whlcu hc nttempi. edtf-ftom buiid&ig a house or writing a ^couplet to conq^ring an empire. Many of theifines...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

woctrn. i O R I B I S A L. Stfjifj of a Waterfall. Was it|i dream t—I paw A will and lovely land, Guardil1 by bills, that like An a|my seemed to stand; And atjheir feet there ran A nrtgtit, and noisy stream, DaiiciuS ^tn. tameless glee, In Ute moonlight's sparkling beam: ^ And lh| littje waterfall, •- Willi its ceaseless music wild, TroUel Nature's song for ihee and me, Audlbus all care beguiled. We listened silently—Dostllion remember it ?—The nafrow bridge, tbi cautious step, Aud Ihe rock where we used to sit t We na^ed ou that narrow plank—Trac*d carefully and slow—Midwajf from either bank, • W'lrifc tho torrent boiled below. Wepafsed,half breathlessly—A cbjnn was in_tbe air; A spel| of quiet happiness-^ Bouiijtl us, in silence there. - And w§ heard the stream sing on—Hoarse, bean', soft and clear, Its tniogled noi»—-each ear perchance A different song might hear-- ... "" Ye nij* dreaming"—tlras it sang, " Qiflck awl light your pulses play, And like me your hearts have to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

&¥'l&toylffejtyvptyto- j ^IDLlsBEi EVERT' TBtllSDA* MOB.-CtNti; HY ,; |DOW i BOYD. . (Office'qn. W> west side of the 1'ublic Avenue.) . TEHitB^i-yNE DOLLAR a'year in advance/ One Dollar Titty Cents if not paid within tliree months, and ifjdelayed until after the expiration of Ui- vear two dollars will be exacted. UlseontinuiUlces optional with tlie Publishers, mi-1,-ss arrearagelnre paid. _ , Letters to Ulo Publishers on business with the ot--tiro must be Sst-paid to insure attention. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

"^^if^^^w^^si^^^^ss Advertisements conspicuously, inserted «t the nsn> " ' ,4 rates of Firrr, C^Ts-jper to-iar-iM tKeTffr»gB2?,w TwESTr'-FtviCeNTs additiOBal &r'kaiMa^f^M insertion;- a. '¦ -• ¦"' ¦"•:', i j'\- ,-¦ >'¦.;.; .,-"u;i»r/ -.snot fa ¦ Yearly Adverfc'jtemetttti ^*n|«h th&ytn^^f j^^ tcration, not to exceed - ^.j.„ -,._ ¦ _' ir: I Quarter ColuuM.w^th the jjap^i per year, '"'fc'-oo HalfCoWimtt' '¦"' . ¦'d»v [ do 8 00 '' OneOolmnn,. -w .• ¦ dV--,;j J*i;-doS ' :*-iISjjjjfc •I Business^arfs, ;._ , do,..---.j,jM >*dr> ->-¦<}&M% ; . aii otner nuyertucments lnsertto. at reasonablo. ., rates. "J!,.'.'4:'-"- 'W^^p Advertisements ehnuld bo marked vWth the nan> ber of insertions required.-'/f 4:. y/l: uy.al vM '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

i I rum the Spirit <*i the Tmiej. -Hary TfTallace—-A Jtloral Tale. J ET Lit HA SMITH. I CHAPTER I. I " All is Vanity and vexation of spirit" is the cry which rings in our ears from the cradle to tl|e grave The gladness and rejoicing of tjie child are saddened by th^Stern truth, Tso ok repeated, that sorrow and; suffering awA its riper years; the bright anticipations of youth are darkened byglihjpses of the disa||H>intnrem and afflictions of^tnanhood and Sd age; and tlie decline joflife brings honie to every bosom the painful reality that rj|ouruing and distress and weariness of spifjit arSihe lot of all. If sU : ch trials await everf l»un»arj being, the question naturally arises how shall the mind be bjjst fitted to enrhlrc them. Can this be dune bv presenting^ the holy truths of the Bible to the uncuitivat^l intellect? These will doubtleas have. a|i influence, but without ability to grasp and letain them, a great portion of their powef is lost ^ The mental facul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

jfrpmtl)c 3^rn|n. } E;rom the Now Orleans Picayui le, Junb 20., Late from the Arniy. Reynosa Taken!—Return oftk: Committee of the Legislature, Sfe. £fc. * We had the pleasure of tnq sting one of the gentlemen forming the Comi nittee of the Legislature who repaired to 110 Army of Occupation under instructions «f the House Of Representatives to convey to Gen. Tuyl|or the resolutions passed by tlid Legislature expressive of the thanks of the pe 9ple of Louisiana for the gallantry of him: iclf, and the army under his command, in a thieving the Splendid victories of the 8th and 9th of Slay, and defending Fort Brown, during a bombardment of a week's duration. , The committee were received by the brave old soldier with every mark of ir. curtesy and kindness, and the officers of tlit army, one and all, vied with each other in hospitalities to a delegation of a Legislatur*- which had met a crisis of peril with swift uid efficient measures, and had borne prom it testimony to the chiva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

Fl'OH-i tti«- .V w Ull'-an.-. I'll.-;*} :iij< . June 2f. UIPOBTAKT FROM MEXICO. Revolution in Jalist-o. By way of Brazos Santiago we received yesterday a copy of El Locok otor of Vera Cruz, of"the Sib instant, which is four days later than the advices received by the Falmouth. The news is importai t, and. confirms our former speculations and anticipa tions- , A revolution has broken out in the important Department of Jalisco. I: commenced the morning of the 20th May; in the city of Guadalajafa. The battalliou, of Lagos, followed by other bodies of militjary arid by the enthusiastic populace, attacked tlie palace of the Governor. The assault v as so. prompt that the defenders had scarcty time for a single discharge of artillery, {yr which one man only was killed and one wounded.— The cry of the assailants was, " Long live the Republic and death ton Foreign Prince." Some of tlie troops at the palate recognized friends among the assailants and refused to fire upon them. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

onat'cssional SENATE. Ge\. Gaines.—Jn ^ tlre^Sennte, on the 24 h, a coiiiiiidnicatioii fromtheSecretary of War was reeeived", transmitting a^eopy of the letter of {Gen. Gaiiies,of June 7th, caJIei for by the Senate a few days ago. .The letter was readj and.ordered to be printed. War Bn.t.—Mr. Benton, from the Committee-on Military affairs, reported a bill for organizing i^nd mustering into the service of ihe United States such volunteers as have been or miiy hi' raised to uid in carrying on ihe war with /lexico., . . The Senate passed another supplementary war bilj on Friday. Pay of Y^'i.l'.vte'ers".—In the Senate, Mr. Bright introduced a bill to increase the pay of the non-commissioned officers and privates of militia and/volunteers, and to grant a quantity lit" laud to them in certain cases, which was fead twice, and referred to the committee on military affairs. F/\-PLon.r\G Expedition'.—Mr. Pearce re ported a joibt resolution -to provide for the publication and circulati...

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