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

BfrNK NOTE LIST. 'PENNSYLVANIA. Uml€-rv5« j <lis Philadelphia bank, par! NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man &. 5Icc bank par|All solvent bank* h <lis Mbyamcnsing bank par) MAINE. Pcuu township bank jjarjCBlais bank 10a—U s bans notes 2a dislAgriculturnl bonk do ' Girarcl | do . par|City bk Portland do < l'cnnsyl'n do par) Danioriscotta do Gennanutwn ^ par j Mercantile bk do Del co aj Chester par Stillwater Canal bk do Ch-sterco atWChestcrpar! Bangor Coin bk do Montgdrcery'co parjWestbrook bk do Farmersj b'k Bucks co pai'iCitizcns' bk do Farmersibk Bead'g par'Globe bk do Boston' I pari Washington co do Northainjpuin no salclFrankfordbk do LuiHiistiS- bank purjAll solvent bonks £ dis Far bk liaucasler par} VERMONT. Lebanon! 1 disj Bank of St Albans l1 dis Harrisbirrg 1 disj fVk of Bennington —dis Middletown 1 dis All solvent banks j dis Carisle j 1 dis! SlASSACHUSETTS. Columbia bridge parlAll solvent banks 4 dis NoithumWrlaud pari RHODE INLAND Miners' bk P'tm-ille par'A...

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

WII^DOT^-GLASS & SASH. 4 by 7, 8 by 10, 10 by 16, 5 by 8, 10 by 12, 11 by 15, 6 &y 8, IP by 14, 12 by 16, 7 By 9, 10 by 15, 12 by 18, { and 14 by 18, Glass, 7 by $, 8 by 10,10 by 12, 10 by 14 Sash J for sale by ,, V LYONS &. CHANDLEE. Montrbse, sept. 30, 1846. SIX [CASES YANKEE NOTIONS. ./"I OMPRI81NG the foUowing: 600 gjoss coat, pant, vest, and shir t Buttons; 200 dbz. Ivory, dress, and back Combs i 400 pipers i, |, J, 14 inch Brads; 1,000 ft.. 2J,3 4,6,8,10,12,14,16, lS&SOTacks; , 800dbz-spool Thread; ' 100 11}», Unnen, cotton, and silk,Thread; 10,000 skeins and sewing Silks; > * 15,000 Needles, from No. 1 -to 10, fine qnality; Pencilil, Twi»t, Cord, Bindings, Spoons, Razon Soap, Brashes, Stay-laces, Thimbles, -Tape, Hooks Si Eyes, Soc.., for sale by Lyons & Chandler, sept. 1346. i j NOTICE, j ALL indebted to C. W-. Tattle bj] note or book accent are hereby notified that the same have been wstigued for collectum. The jicconnto ...

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

I A! NATITBAX. BEIiEDV, Suited to |ho-Human Conrtitntion, and equal to the cure of feveiy curable disease, will be found in WBIGHT'a INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, II OF TBE | North AmertcigWltjge of Healih. These eStraordinary¦Jlare composed of plants which gro>v spontaneously on onr own sou, tnul are, therefore,) better adairteU to our constituriims than Mejfcioea: concocted fixan^breign dmg», however well they'^ nay bo coropounRed; and as Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are founded upon tho principle that the hwnau body is in truth Subject to but one Disease, namely, corrupt humors, and that said Medicine curel tills'disease on natural principles, by cleanskp and purirVine the body, it will be manifest that, if the constitution be not entirely exhausted, a perseverance hi their use, according to directions, is absolute! V certain to drive disease of every name from the Uody.J When we wish to restore a swamp or morass to fertility, \^e drain it of tho superabundant Water. In lik...

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

ji nil. THE Publisher's of the People's Advocate, having the usd of on entirely new and modern a»- sortmeutof JOBiTYPE, are now prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds of JOB PRINTING at prices to suit the times. . Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards, [ Catalogues, Handbills, Blanks, &c. Printed on short notice, and in tho best style of the Art. E3?° A share Of the People's .patronage ia-rcspectfally solicited. Julys, 1846, DOW & BOYD. @@t ©if mmw^itmM. NOT ALL. OONE. NI. POST' for the benrfil ri/ichom il may concern, • offers for.sale, at the Hat Shop of the late C. W. Tuttle, a general assortment of Hals and Caps on a reasonable credit to those who pay promptly, or nt a liberal discount for cash. ' August 4, 1846. 8—4w. ^^^ Ci^^s~ wan "Ba "-*S?j wa '•£©' w ''ffiB 'as 3 TH E subscribers are receiving a largo addition to their stock of Goods, which makes their assortment equal to [any establishment in town—which they offer at reduced prices for ...

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

' i^^. T a» bee* currently report- MBMJk ^^M J- |d through the county, ^^^^ JI^P is tile declared bpmioti tf Aini-»»^^»* ¥ •^¦•••M irtts, that & pomtof vuriery and qulli-7 ty, die supply of HATS and OAPBilat Msamt, & Rooi'a Hat siul Cap Store ou the West side of the Public Avehao in Montrose, exceeds iny thing of the ktna ever exposed for sale in this region of* country. Reider, dp[yon duwredit Ithe rnmiSrf Remember the Poet'* admonition'. ,\ ) i Our daubte are traitors, ;! And make Oailose thojgood we oft might win. i ,—| \ ¦ ;- :~: |i—, A FEW DozJ patent Silk Hatsat \l. & Root's^for $1 a piece. Call and examine. v ^ ; i " ¦ - ^ ^ £j" CHIP HAT^ for 8c at7 I 3 ; ' M. &. R'i ! ^ A GOOR article of Fur Hats for $1,25 at J | '*!. & R'A _ \ __ __ i—LEGHORN Huts cheaper than tho cheapest,* a' i -M. &¦ B'f. t * - . . i 2, BINGHAMtO.N Plow Points for $0i44 I" 1 Side!Hilldo. |5fl Ah«) Wayiife.Cqunty Points at M &¦ B'«. GREAT BARGAIN...

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

GOODS FiORTHE REOPLE' HC'^P'W^Tit^ij ' IHontr m«, s«9«uehaiuik Co., p«. •r fi. SMfCLPOlD t gk DDEAL BBS, Wholesale and RetJa, in Dry Good, Grocenes, erocltery, Hard-X, GlaLX^ Sus. &c., ofl er ndyantBge* to those Who wish to l«» eq^ to nay store m the county. llheir'aMortaieJj with the times and the wants of rjarchasers t cash they «' It not be undersold! . {• w . Among tl eir aaiortment may be fLmd a great nety of goci. goods —consisting of j Broadc oths of every variety anil color. Summer Cloths—fancy, shipedland plain Cahcois—the best styles of thclseason. Ladies' Cravats, 8cnr6, Miun, Hihons, Silk Vel yets, Rich I ires, Silks, Fringe and opier fashionahl. U-unmincK 1 >r ladies' dresses. 11 ?.!** ***** :G?°a*o{ ^T ^ riety and suitt. bte for the i ensonS ; Drawe • fJoodg of every descrir lion, and in fan every article usually kept in a Dry io*d store Satinets, Cassimeres, ici &c. June, 18-6. > TyrOUSLlN DB IAIKB8 from is. Bd. npw«d, I XT J. lor s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

¦ I ' ttoctm---'-4 ; ¦ ¦ ^ ____—__j."j-r,i'-: ¦•¦•¦; ''¦ ¦¦' S From the Anglo-American. | sEP-TEWltlBB...., ,., {.;; ,„, She hBtlff-me. the gorge&»sMMBW,-f ¦< : i yet o^jnih, and wood, and bill, . im: ¦<: Thctra^ ofher'ros y^eP* • ,. i;,„i Arc li^cnng brightly still'; ,.;. i. And, •¦>s,w'e *«nTigte paling . ' ». On eveSring leaves its finsb, ' ;' In the sltsdawy arms of Autumn, :< Still v& revel in her blush. ,; • ,• t! ii ' ^ ¦• ArJ thon|rone, oh! lovely ramrner?'' I ^ am wandering where the tree*; II The graml high priests of nature, j> -.,.-,] Sivingltueir censers to the breeze ;. < . Swing pfrfumes on-hazy air, Whilelhrouirh the arches dim f !' '_: ¦Comes m, and sweet, and solemnly I i-'» Their laurmorcd, mystic hymn. j : J j ? IV . .j I am wandering through the forests, ' ! Through the rummer wocd*—bui:lo!5-- ,'-. / There dtoops and sways a yellow flag, 3 Amidfflie green beech bouglp; : _ And froli the tufts of w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

1 itlisccUcntn. m RiOSSXGLOBF. I BY.L. MARIA CniU). . , . A stranger among Strang faces, she drin^c th the worinwt^jd of dependence; 1 She is markejl as a child of want; and the world hateth poverty. , j tr Then cometbj in fair show, the promise and the feist of uflecUon;\ \: [¦/- .'¦ ii(.' And her h»3$, long unused to kindness, remcinbereth the Itrother audlovcth; And the traitor bath wronged her tnwt, and mocked and flimtt Ecr from him; .: -, ,, 1. ,jj. ¦., I And inf u l pifcnt at her and laugh, aud Wflr4«dijhtite[ her aS asj outcast: • j Bit elsewhere, far ether judgment may seat heij among fpe martys.—Provfirbitd PhHoiophg. .' j " Oh, m jr^ists, who treat of bappmew land seh> respect in e|ery .sphere of' . life, go into the aquaflW depths of 1 e^pestigaorance, the- uttermost, abyss of Hum's ueg] eai, and say can any hopeful plant spring up in air si> &11I tha\ il extinguishes the soul's bright torch as sorraifas it is kindled ? Oh,1 ye Pharisees of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

«^r^^i^^fe" "P^^HEfc KVXM TH? Wt.X:t ^RSt^f^' IDOW&BOYD. i t >r« (Ottice on 4e wektjrfdeortt.6 Publfc tlff^M^l tekms.-4ne DOtl ^ ayear !i b ^^CL! One Dolla^Fifty Oenta rf nflt p*id wit^^taw months, anaf delayed unnliatter -die ^n^oon.of Hx<- v*ar two ffloUnrs wUl be exacted. «, ; . DL«continn|nce« optional with the nibUMn,am' ^^^t^t^^^th^4 n.„ «,.... I.a ^nst.miit to insure attention; <•» ,iv>m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

--*«¦ ^S ^^^^^^S t^S^M^^^SSSr ' ^.vTwn»»3*^ :ve*H»^r---— Ai iveitisenienuF cpaipictH iwrjijaertni at the usu-' al n te»of Fivtt CmTV~ MtMre for »hW finrtfral Twj Wf»StjtSSCtMpK*am MU^rMofaiaaiHtieat ¦ w tiwtijlkiA-^oV) ,r»te .-,¦,>. -,*,«• "^MUrtivdfe; ! K*#^y 44sgtg"fflSK ^.^TrivaHg^flf al-1 toraiio», not to exceed« . . , --, j. ;« «4l te^unUfw ttnlbVi ^, '^5^"^ 00 Hall Colnmh do do. U;s»-» 00 <teCclunnlpi\.«ii"'*d(f!i!) ,iiW;t:a>;„|i -iSf 00 " Ki I 6ti«tr aUvertisemenl C inserted at' keu&iiblb -;A' rvertu«nent» shbfaldiu f toirked wiui lu»»«il»fcF'' WW ifrasertiom rtrrilireil. [¦,'¥. Hi--.iSjiIE ttih Ui;,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

. ;>,.:. >_j—u—. fc,-, -, ™;,r.;.fci:•<:-¦ • ¦ t>UiJ/ ¦ Aboutft fortnight.t go a,toungtrian.name I Williajn Jackson, in one of Uie.back settl sinents,j twos 'retur ling from: .the, iwodda where he; had, spent {artof thedayshooliiig p geons. When' wit lin .about a: iniie:iof li itue he heard a: ci ickling intbe underv, ood behind him.: a id turning to learn the c luse of the; noise. he beheld three enormous . nolv.esicoming direct y upon.him; ;;Hesttt n a chance, of escape; tnd determined to fight it out ,as his ^nly c lanee ;of saftty* fHe tl irew^-do\vn his-gun, placed his hack gainst - a large treie, andsile itly awaited theiattuck of the ferocious auinals. -The. wolvds ||tpproachediandwalket round the tree two.or .three time^.at a short distance, but-seeing no . c liance of attack behnd, they advanced; in finnti v.? (¦ ¦•' :',: , ¦ '¦£»>>> r-iis ulaiih Whop they were witmn.iatfewhsftet/te leveled lilijs gun, and, ired the t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

¦ _ • ¦'^^K^S£8ii>'^ -.,:,; Vifteea tayafaii^rfirMB Enrobe. Arrwti of the stekmtr Caledonia.—Lou of the steamer tyiat Britain 'on^Oe Coast of Ireland. —Passe ngers and crew tared. ,_.., '! ? '" * '"''-,.'¦. •„'".<.* The steamship, Caledonia, from Liverpool, October 4th, arrived at Boston 20th inst Her advices we|e received here this evening by the Morjniiig train from Boston, and the Eastern Telegraph being deranged, We forward the new! tnjjyoii by purfelegraph, in anticipation of the f; arrival of the mail at New York. I '.ji .- .-, , Flour has advancjed bhroo to four shillings per barrel. - ¦ ' I | -•¦... i ¦,. . ¦ Cotton without change.. The steamer Great |Britain .went ashore on the coast of Ireland ^ the night of the day on which she sailed ifi^m Liverpool.. . AH tiie passengerstwere saved, among them Rev. M, P. Church. , Several of the passlnge™ engaged berths in the packet ship Ne|r York. Large shipments) o£alI sorts of food to Ireland are being made by th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

nian could act ph^rm^ "situation such *$* 1:Tfi s! # : ¦% The sui|geonofthe Great Britain was the firs^ who landed with jtbelmuil^iags,'with? *hich he p|roceeded to tiverpooliTia Belfast They will |be sent to die United States by the Caledonia which sails to-day. In the course of the folloWingjday, Wednesda^ the 23d, alar^e number oJ| passengers proceededftp Warren,!Point, others to Downpatrick, wiUi the intention of returning to Liverpool. Subsequent; meetings were held atLiverpopl,^ndiihe-owner* of the ship-have, in th^ mosyhandsome n^anner, ;returned the passage raWy, and expressed their extreme sPTJFJow; jqiij^jre^ret that ^he passengers were pl«c<^1in[^eir:presentunfortanateeituatioji. There n? a remarkable circumstance connected'with this unfortunate affair which must ubdwgojfiirther investigation—which is, that|tb| chart of the Irish coast furnished to the Great Britain lavs down the St John's Point Without; a light, whilst almost all other^'now \h use has the! lig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

JR. T. Constitution. J. he foflowrng is a summary of the amended j Constitution of the State of New York, as certified by the officers of the Convention. " The delegates of the People in Cbnventiftn, hjaving terminated their deliberations, present to you the result of their labors in an amended Constitution of fourteen Articles, ^o be considered together for your adoption.) They have presented for your separate Consideration, n section relating to suffrage, jequally applicable to the present and proposed constitution. In theie fourteen articles, they have reorganized the legislature; established more limited districts for the election of members of that body, aud wholly separated it from the exercise of judicial power. The most important state officers have been made elective bt the people of the state: and most of the officers of cities, towns, and counties, are made elective by the votes of the locality they seWe. They have abolished a host of uselesij offices. They have sou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

J£ , - THE ELECTION. The results of Election in our State, are truly to be deplored by every honest Democrat * Tha| we should have elected but 6 out of 24 Congressmen, is indeed mortifying, —that the Whigs should have a majority in both branches of our Legislature, is no less so. While We look with earnest regret upon the disastrous results, we should endeavor to ascertain their true causes, - and ' provide against their future occurrence. This cannot be done: by casting personal reflections. No; we should now exert ourselves to bring about more! harmony and a closer union of our-strength. We still retain power sufficient, if properly and energetically .exerted, to vanquish: our common enemy, one year from this time. Let us not be discouraged, but cost about and discover wherein our ranks can be strengthened. If the revenue question isi-really the cause of our present overthrow, let us endeavor to have it so arranged, thajl the Democracy of the Keystone State shall-be agreed t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

lforroTs of War. ^.Whatever perspective glory there maybe in a hostile meeting of two armies—in the display of long lines of troops, the roar of artillery, the shouts of men, and the worldforgetting charge—whatever glory there may be in hauling down of an enemy's colors, and fastening to foreign hal-yards the beautiful stars and stripes, there is still a fearful alloy, a bloody price for it The "glorious hazard," which nerves every heart at the onset, to some poor fellows, soon becomes a bloody certainty. Many a buoyant heart and strong arm is stricken down in the bud of hope, and the airy casties which he had built for himself,fude away, as the life blood gurgles from his mangled body. A surgeon in the p. S. Army, writing to a friend, du ring the battle at Monterey, says: " The volunteer regiments have suffered dreadfully ; the Tennessee Regiment having over 140 killed nnd wounded, and the others in like proportion. The Palo Alto and Reseca de la Palma were child's play to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

Not Vet! A rumor reached us several days since in a Philadelphia paper, that the President had made a requisition on Gov. Shunk for s ,ix regiments of volunteers, to march immejd^tely for the seat of w«r. The Democratic Union of Oct 21, contradicts the rumor. Up to that time no such order had been received by the Executive. We see no alternative but that the chivalrous.sons of Pennsylvania will have to " wa^t a little longer," or go on their own hook.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

OslcteliWlt^r*s»|sj|lil» <ii. The foH6winflU| the dpfaal vote'given for Renresentatiires is tbuijdistrwt composed ofSusrjuehahi|* lndW>oiBongi !~ ''ThoaW^Fssslifc<" flesrle. Phehw. Susquehanna, 1552 1520 1104 1300 Wyoming, ,';«jjfl 6lt 6lS 722 total, 2l«0 213^ 1880 1923 Average maj. in the district 656 for Thomas and FassjetJ j j •• y. >. . In Susquehanna, M'Kinney received 53 votes, Keeney, 4?, and wj Wyoming each received 3. . | • ; The at|te Lerfstmiare. .The following-arc the returns of thefState Legislature, as far as heard from : ¦ ' i ¦ ¦ le, ""!" I .-¦' .' .'' . ^ Senate., J , ICodpleth ¦ ( ¦ \ ¦ . i I' .I845J',- . , -1846.'-. j : (Dem. Whig. Pern. Whig. Holding over,! ; 10 li! . 10 12 Philadelphia Col 1 II - 1. 0 Montgomery, I I (I - 0 1 g Bucks * I 1 ( 0 lg, Northam'n, Lehigh, 1 0 0 lg Berks, . i | 1 Q 10 Schuylkill^ChrbTon, Monroe, &| Pike, I Q 10 Bradford &. Tioga, id 1 0 Lyco'g, Clinton, &c 0 1 0 1 York, I I 0 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

J' ; £^\jB^^^^^HjBJ^b ^^^ h- ¦,•'/ . Mi)t ^opk's ^5»0catx. j. i. -i -i.r- . ul -n- -<* -i—*¦- ¦¦--- ¦-¦--¦« ¦ nn«p*n*i>- IP ¦ ¦ » " Here shall die Press, the People's rights maintain, Unawed hy ijiflueiice, and nnbribed by gain." THONTBOSE. OCT- S», 1846. I •• ¦¦ T i - ¦ : :'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

TO l>UR 'SUBSCRIBERS. There seems.to be an impression among some, of ourjsubscribers, that the Advocate will be furbished them at one dollar per -year, without regard to the lime of payment. By looking at the terms on our first page it will be seem that we offer the paper at "one dollar a year in advance. One dollar fifty, if not paid tVithin three months, and if delayed until after the expiration of the year, two dollars will pe exacted." We cannot, therefore, take obe dollar for a year's, subscription from those who have taken from the first number. 0ur terms are very low, and will be rigidly adhered to. - Our warmest thanks are due our patrons for the veryfliberal patronage they have given us, and for the prompt payments made.

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