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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

. , ; BJBOISTEB'S NOTICE ." PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons concerned in the following BsUte, to wit: ¦ The Estate of 8YLVAN08 W. MOTT„l»te of ' Herrick township, deceased, , l Charles Tingley, Administrator. That the accountant has settled his account ia the Register's.Office in sad for the county of Bosquehanna, and that the same will be presented to the Judges of the Orphan's Court at Montrose, on Mon-* day, the 16th day of Nov; next, for confirmation and allowance. ¦H.f rTN0H,.Begi.t«r. Register's Office, Montrose, > .Oct, M, 1846. ip>5 "-'..,'¦' 'j CoVsTif'ifibV or tii R*m or Coitiveness, lje»dicne. iMmeu, psin.inlthe.side onbiiut, nansea and gwkness, v^mble,App6ute,yeno"w;or swarthy cotnplexiftn) Sac. are the Mual symptoms of Liver Complaint. ' ¦> J- ¦ - g Wright's Indian Vegetable PtlU, are allrsyi eeK tain to remove tho above cemplaints, because they purge from the bodr those morbid hnintts which are die cause, not ot ly of 'all disorder...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

From | die American. Agricaltariiti - Knnt^emeatorij|«ney-Bees,Bfo. 5. i tie ground around and under the hives should be kept frees fi^m weeds and grass. A hard smooth surib.ee is best, as many a weary bee, on returning home, fails in reaching the alighting board, and fells to the ground, in which cas?, should die ground be encumbered with Jong grass and weeds, they might become entangled, and thus fall a prey to the hosts of spiders that infest such places. .Nor irit any better for the safety ofthe bees, to j(inve the ground in a loose mellow condition, as is the case when the hoe is carelessly; used in cutting up weeds. In this state U the soil, such bees as fall to the ground font become covered with dust, and are urj|ble to rise. The best way to kill the grass and. weeds, is to saturate the ground in tbi spring with boiling hot brine, which will *>ffect«nlly put a stop to vegetation. ^ Thjs being done, lay a.strip of board along in front of your hives, as a risjng p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

"jSjUGAR COATED" PILLS. ; j Beware! Caution! The increasing popularity of Dr. G. Benj. Rmith't improved Indian Yegctublr. ivgan coated Pill* has induced a hninbcr *if persons to make something they call If ills and coat them with sugar, in order to pell theni for the genuine, while they do not possei-V particle of the goutiness, nor even assimilate in appearance to the original Or. Smith's Pius. In short, thejj are nn intended FRAUD upon the community. A minister who at first hud an intercsUn an imitation sugar Coated Pill, manufactured in Albany, N. ¥., has given them up, as he says, on account of tile miserable dishonest parties concerned in manufaituring them. The same part)- are now "huhwtriohfly circulating reports calculated to injure Dr. Smith japd to affect the reputation of his valuable pills; |iut rather than notice them in public. Dr. Smith is about to institute legal proceedings against Uiern for their slanders, as he has in another" ease against a {similar party, iu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

! - WANTED. 1»(00» Bmlchfetii, loop bushels Bye, 100 bushels Titaolliy seed, and 300 Firkius Dairy Battor, fyr which jtte highest market price will be paid °y „„ i : Mills & Shermxm; sept 23J 1346. ^^SfOfES ~~~" FRANKLIN conibmation cooking stoves. Washington airtight ' 36. do. Congress air tight uo. . jo. Empire air tight Jo. do, Doable oven d0 do ^7 1 i " do- io-4 Hole j do. do. Victoria j do. do. - Parlnt. .. j i do.. do. Air ^ght Parlor Steves ; ' ¦ . Cbureh and diop stoves > Stove WarW of alt kinds. [.-Stove pipe.' Elbows, Zink, Ash pails, Coal Hods, &c" &c. for sale cheap at 4 . Lyons &. Chandlers. Montres*, sept 2*2, 1S4GJ THE sjibscribers, [having received the latest Faslupns&r GenflenWs Dress, would inform ,their mimejrous patnmsL particularly those who have beett wailiiig for the [ -,,¦.---' :-'i«BWBJw*T¥liB,i .-¦"... that they aW prepared, tojaerve «he» in • aiyleAf ¦;;. pHSBss, fit, mimmi, ... unsurnai»ef jn tin* place, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

f |THE subscriber: returns thanks to his friend* and X j the public federally, fot},.the liberal patronoge he has received daring the'OMt sumttjer; And respectfully invites them to call ind take'u look at the jVcwasd splendid '• . -, ¦ .- ¦¦••' ^' \ LOT OF GOODS/ ho is now receiving, and wlric h will be sold cheaper than ever before offered jn this market. 1 < ^ . J. LYONS. sept. 3, 1846. { , RAISINS, in small boxes, mco for,faniily use,for . sale by ¦ ,; j[ j.ixnm. \ A SPLENPID LOT OIF plaiii, plkid, j:liaugpabl|, fimcy, omhro stripe. . - Alpaccas, Delaines, CaBhjmercs, Ginghams,.Alipieijes, &c.Jt. -Also, some elegant Cashmere and Delaind Shawl's for sale by j ' r J. Lyons ^ 4 — ~< > ¦ ''! ¦ :' i' G*OOD Dollar Tea selling fbr Six Shillings, by ' , { h J. Lyons. ¦ j ALPACAS. "rtLAilN, plaid, arid striped ^.lpacas cheap at Xj. sept 3, 1846.. j . SALISBURY'S j GREAT BARGAINS! ; wm)h ®$m&3>m%w a©ip ©§> ! SBti "itsJ ^ial> B *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

GOODS fO* THE Pkotttx wm®m$ihwf:%k%i ¦ M*ntnM mi MMiaekaua Id*. Pa. *.*. IUIF0BD k m DDBALWJ8,MThofcrtl.i.ndBettil inDvyOoodl ¦ Gro^^CrockervtHaraVww^G^^? *H **. #• ««ly««»fiC U. thope wh, wKbuv" equal to a&y, i tore m tfie county. ThJir aWtmmi is cxten.ife a id wfl) befcld atprices to S2 with the £nl} <md:> the wanu SFS ffi^J cashdtey|B,'«inotbBTindenold' P™""™|J™- T« riotS?8 Pf'a T? tn,ent . "^y be fon id a great ' nety of good joodsr-consisling of Broadcloi lis of every variety and , olor. Summer Olotht-^ancyi stnped ai d plain. Cabcoes- -the best styles of the « win. . Htr?' .^Cwivatsi Scarfs, Mitts, Bil jus Silk-V.l"' ^aafes:^ «* AffiS; bl^for'Kr <*»*"*"«7 variiryand ^ ¦ftS'^s^is;1-June, 1846 j - ' t *^"'H^SikaB*' M^^^sr-r.,'' -1* MLp-OHDs'. QNE nmv two horse Lumber w^i fnr M,B yl , 1 ^ • s-s. Si.t8os. /-I ARPENTJERS> arTd JQINERS' TdoL8-aW«r y ossortnidat kept consthntly on hald nnd for s5b at Mannfactui ers' prices, at Ml XFORDs' "PANNING...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

^BAM NOTE LfST. connccTKn weekly' rote^lrf'ftbri.t's aoyocatt: " PENNSYLVANIA. : Under t5s' i dis Philadelphia bank, par ^V.-HAMPSHIRE Man & Moc:uahk par All Klveiit banks 1 dis Moy»mensinfbaukL par .MAINE. Penntownsnipbank par Calais bant 10a-U s bank notes 25;dts Agnculnirtd bank do Girard do pur City bk Portland do Pennsyl'a do par Dtttnanscotta do Germantown PPT Mercantile bk do Del co at Chester par Sullwater Canal bk do ChestercbatWChestcri>ar Bangor Com bk do Montgomery co . partWestbriok bk do Farmers' b4 Bucks co par Citiren»' blc. do Fanners' bk Read'g l>ar plobe bk. do Easton }>¦ •% W ssbingtim co do Northampton no -sale Frankford bk do Lancaster bank par AU solvent-banks 1 dis. Far bk Lancaster par VERMONT. Lebanon 1 dis Bank .of St Albans lj-dis Harrisburg 1 dis Bk of Bennington — dis Middletown 1 die All solvenrbanks j dis Circle - 1 dis MASSACHUSETTS. Coluhibia bridge par All solvent banks 4 dis Northumberland par RHODE ISLAND Mini™' bk ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

1 . . 1 . - J THE Publisher's of the People's Advocate, having the uso of an entirely new and modern oasortmeutof JOB TYPE, are now prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory styleLall kinds of JOB PRINTING at prices to suit the times. Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards, Catalogues, Handbills, Blaxks, &c. Printed on short notice, and in tho best style of the Art. Ear™ A chare of the People's patronage is respectfully solicited, July a, 1S146. DOW &. BOYD. !F@@T@iF[rMWQATO®IK].' NOT ALL, GONE. NI. POST for the benr/il nftrlwm it may concern, • oilers for sale, at tlie Hit Shop of the late C. W. Tuttle, a general assortment of Hals and Caps on a reasonable credit to those who pay promptly, or at a liberal discount for cash. August 4, I84H. 0; Iw. - I PL^iOP^^^ ljja '.sua ''i.jiii'o ^Sm '¦-&»' "is1 ''ffli ^3fi THE subscribers are receiving n large addition to their stock of Goods, wliirti makes their assortment eipial to any establishment in. town—which they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

BOOKS. * LARGE Family BiMcs for lOs'f also common and j pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geocrnphies and j Aliases. Arithmetics. Grammars. Philosophical and Chemical Books; Cobb's. Sannders.', and Town's ' Spelling Book ; Porter's Renders. A good assort-! meut of Toy Books and Tfrkets. Also, the new Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, and Baptist secie- ! tics. Methodist Hyrmi Books, Blank Books ic &c I for sale by . - j. Lyon8. sept. 10. '46. J pATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter^ Stamps and ladles, by J Lvon'< i Rept. '46. j NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL OF 1840. rt/\ Per cent, cheaper than ever offered in this Sd\y market before, at ] sept. 3d. 2B4(i. J. Bt SAL1SBURY"S. GROCERIES. : T ARGE stork of prime siigars, and more of that -LJ first rate Tea. just ii,ttt Salisbury's sept 3,2846. J j ~ WIDE" SILKS, T^OR Mantillas and Aprons, and Alpaca aprons, 11 J"1?""11 SaIl,b„o-s. st-pt 3 J EDGIXGs! ''V ¦piNB assortment of black silk, thread, and cotton sept afT&r *'ved...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

iUmtilamous. TBI OLD l.l|r A\D THE Y(OG LATvTEB. : *BT ACRUTT LEE. r, 1 solitary light was gleaming- in a solitnn i liambtr. &.ias ! how much-sorrow and -adness, and s|ckness and labor, and toil and trouble, and weeping and wailing, concentrate around tjjje miserable flickering of the petty tapers wjiich glimmer from the windows of niany|a closely pent up chamber, in the avenues o| our great metropolis. But one iltenough at a time, so let us look at what it shows us. It was in ojje of those close murky cotrrtB which abound] in our city, in a house tottering with age,|n which the wind sang thro' the chimneys^ with ajwrt of castanet afrcompaniment:pf window rattling, that our one particularJinidnigh't taper was burning; and here our Hjero resided. Well, tliis Wjsro of ours was sitting by this before-mentioned taper's light Hard study, deep thought, jand stern anxiety had written, 1'giWv enougljr, upon the page of our hero's countenance, that life with him had not been ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

Age of Animsi is. >A boa r rarely exceeds twenty years; a'do^ 11% tw« nty, a fox fourteen or'sixteen; lipus * are Ibng lived—Pom pey lived to the a^e of seventy years; rabbits sevcti. Elephanta have bee a known to live to the age of four hundred years. When Alexander the Great had conqueredPorus, the Kiijg oflndia.he took a gi eat elephant, who foifght valrantly for the king, and named him Ajax, dedicated him o the sun, and let [him go with this insdj iptiprir " Alexander, Iheson of Jupiter, haih dedicated Ajax to fliesuh." This elephant was found with this inscription «- toree hundred; and fifty years afterwards/^ Pigs have been known to livefto the age of. thirty yei its—the rhinoceros to twenty. A•" horse has Befen known to live to the age of sixty-two, but average from tfenty to thirty.. Camels sometimes live to fho age of pno, hundred ye»r& Stags are | long lived-^ ' sheep seldom exceed the |ge of ten-Cows live about 4he age of fifteen years; Cuvier conside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

Term» of Adve rtlSlna;. T ^ ^Fiv,,CM aaffinl £* £$£* ^? ASar *."" «*w.--* te^^'^tH^^ : h$ On.;01*,rim, . do - .*>¦ ! ,tJS Bu«ne».Card*,^ do 'do,' too rate" 0ther "4vert«««KS<rt» 'nfrt^at-lieajaonablo Aav.a^seroentoslKrald be niaked with the uumbeEof.imertioli.re.inired; 3 ¦ ... ; V

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

®r)C pWplc'g ^buotittej 1-CBLlSHED^VgllT THOBSDAT U0RK1XC, BI [ j>OW & BOYD. (Office on tbifwest side of the Public Avenue.) TERMS.—oSE DOLLAR a year in advance. Ono Dollar rifty Qento if not paid ^ within three months, and if delayed until after rfie expiration of " tV year two dollars w^' be °*a<rted-DiBcontinium^jii optioual with the Publishers, ua-V88 arrearages Sre paid. Letters to th<#Publishcrs on busme«s -with the office piust be jjo4t-i>aid to insure attention: ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

" i ^^ I From the Democratic Review. 1 The Sorsemau's Bide. ;i Bjf J. BATAKD-TAVLOR. The fnwtv l|rc-« of Nortliern starlight Gleam'?'!0"l'le glittering snow, [ \nd thr^n?U the forest's frozen branches > The sliriejkin:: winds did blow-; \ ' ' A flpor of bllur arid icy marble \ Kept Ocejin's pulses still, j M'hen in U16 deptlis of dreary- midnight, I (Ipcned the burial hill. ' ^ ' Then, while the low and creeping slindilcr Thrillcd upward through'ihe ground, : The Norseittancame, as armed for battle,' In silence^ from his mound: lie, wudwiSs mourned in solemn sorrow Uy manylo swordsman bold, And harps mat wailed along the ocean, Struck by the Skalds of old .' £>'mldcn, a s^vift and silver shodow Carae upl&om oct the gloom—* ' \ A charger tkat with hoof inipatienl, - I Stamped hoiseless by thtilomb. , " Ha, Siirtui!* 1,-t me hear'thy tramping, My fiery Bortliei'n stceJ .' Tliat, muudiug ilimuili the stormy forest,-l!adc Ulesiliolil \ikin2 heed !" !3 y lie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

' ibrci$|3fws. ' "'""^ , £ From the N. Y. Son. Arrival of tb^Orcat Western-Arrival of the Grea^Vcstcrn—AnotJicr rise in Cotton—Grain and flow nearly stationary—Revolution m Portugal and Switzerland—Disastrous floodsin France '—Probable change in the French Ministry—Measures of Relief for the Irish poor —Money market tight. The steamer Gjreat Western, Captain Matthews, from Liverpool trie 31st ult, arrived here last evening. The steamer. Hir bernia, with news Oldie capture of Monterey, arrived at Liverpool on the 29th ulto. Comments ou the tjjking of Monterey appear in all the British journals. «Some exult aver the defence; made by the Mexicans, but all unite in applauding the valor of the American forces, fand in complimenting * Rough and Ready,' speaking of him as the legitimate successor of " Old Hickory." Cotton has gone »p another farthing per pound, and grain |bd flour are slowly advancing. • | ¦ r It is stated that Mr. Mackintosh, the con tractor and army accoutrement ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

^l)c people's ^toorate. " Here shall the Press, the People's rights maintain, Uuawed by influence, anttsiubribed by gain." ' MONTROSE. NOV. 96. 1846. i > . ~ WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, at this Office. Nov. 25.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

THE ARMY. We have no; very late intelligence from our troops-nt jjonterey. Gen. Taylor is evidently remaining there.anticipating the arrival of reinforcements, supplL-s, &,c, for a more vigorous; prosecution of the war. The President hnsj called for nine Regiments of the Volunteers' who so patriotically tendered their services to the government, when there was little prospect of being required tp fiVht These regiments are to be token from nine different Statejs, Pennsylvania being included in the number. That from this State is to rendezvous at Pittsburgh. All are to serve during the Mexican war, which is without the appearance of a speedy termination. Indeed;the chances favor a protracted war. Never, since our troops were first stationed upon the banks of the Rio Grande, were the Mexicans more diligent in making preparations for defence, or more resolute' in their determination to resist invasion. In order to raise jhe necessary means for resistance, all classes of Me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

WV-Tnoi Vlr tnally Defeated. 1 he'rgnrcsishow ti:ct">viJmot would have been defejtod,. at the late election, if there had been a fulj vote of the people. We give below the loss-on the vote in each county in the "district, since 1844, with the loss on Wilmot's majority, which shows that his loss was .greatly increased with the increase of the vote,—and .with the increase of his loss, in the same ratio on a full vole, he would have been defeated by several hundred majority. Here are the figures: • ' Loss on vote Loss on Wilmot's j of 184-1. mnj. of 1844. Tioga. County, 143 1119 SusqV " 1125 ¦ 689 Bradford, ' 1298 420 - Total, > 2564 2224 In corroboration of the above, we give the aggregate viote for Congress in 1844 and 1846, in each ^ounty, which shows a regular gain of Wliito upon Wilmot, in an increased ratio wkli the increase of the vote: 1844 1846 Bradford Co., Wilmot 3557 Wilmot 2703 " Bull 2733 White 2233 Susq'a » Wilmot 2434 Wilmot 1527 " Bull 1454 White ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

Tariff Caljcnlations. "' Our Repregentative1 in Congress in hii famous Frec-|rade speech, bases his estimate of the immensei profits of the Cottoili Manufacturers, upon statements in which he professes the greatest confidence, and which any of our readers will find by turning to the document.^ itself jln working out the schedule of profits, he jgivesthe outlay of life fancy manufactory at $300,000. The nunf beroflooins,ii|iiis imaginary establishmeni, arc se't down at 1500! " ' . We observe; in a latfe Lowell paper, thai the cost of one* of these looms is §70. On| hundred and five thousand dollars, ment would be tnkeb up in buying looms for Mr> Wilmot's factdry. v Wti should imagine thijt after buying lqbms, and i erecting n building large enough th contain tliem, Mr. Wilmot's capital wopld be pretty well useff up; leav| ing all thelothir machinery, and wliat is oV some small importance, capital to purchasl stock and to p|y the expenses, to be prov£ ded for—will J the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 26 November 1846

?!'"' ^''^hmmmmi^^^ Tbe-lbllowKgahidetaketifnAnlheH- ])^ " mocratic Union," if Harrisburg, |)i6ugh it escaped our obser|ation when first! pnbjish-, cd» contains »• mtjch of patriotism and good ;sensc, that, eien rit this; late day wjtj transfer it; to our colurnns^ Every truly democratic reader must acknowledge the fo |:e of its suggestions. The new, or 1846 Tariff, calculated as it ik to "operate fnjuriofikly upon the two great kaples of Pennsylvania, coal and iron," hafe worked immense mischief tothe Democrat c P'£r|r of tlie Keystone State —and in vain canw^ expect soon & recover from the disasters already incurrdd, except, by a modificaion of that Anti-PenLsylvania Tariff act; im object attaiiiablef'only by " conciliation andicon'cession." ' i , The Denbcratic party, of this kretofcrcpomocratic ^ tate, has received a L\ere defeat at the late eleetion, and our Opponents have earned k majority h. both brhiicbes of the Legislatuk a large majorit? 0f mem. bers of Con...

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