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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

f* LECTiPBES. C| C. Ddrleioh, Esq., of Philadelphia, Providence permitting, will spend some eight or t|n days in this- County, lecturing on the subjects of Intemperance and Slavery. He willjbe at the times ahd places as follows: Shringvllle, nt tlie Presbyterian Meetinghouse, Wednesday D^c. 2d, at 2 o'clock P. M., Jind at Dimock Corners, in the evening of the same day. Montrose, Thursddy and Saturday evenings^ Deci 3d and 5thi F|iendstille, Friday, at 2o<clock P.M., DecJ 4th, and at Forest Lake, in the evening of the same dayc QVeat Bend; Tuesday, 2 n^clock P. AL, Deci 8, and Liberty, evening ofthe same day. Brooklin Centre^ Thursday, 1 o'clock P. M.,ipec 10, a'nd at Harford1 village, evening of tile same day. Ppssibly other notices may be given. It is desired that the friends in the several places named, will make the necessary arrangements for the meetings. Let the lovers of trutp, eloquence, and logical reasoning, be sure to rally out to the meetings. They will|hear one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

|! 4 CUBE FOB THE PILES. i! Rome, N. Y. April 1st. 1845. Drj Smith:—No man ever suffered more «everely with] the Piles than myiielf—I have made use of many kinds of medicines for this troublesome compUmp, but found no relief until I used your Improved Indian Vegetable Sugar Coated Pills, and four boius efiecteeLa complete core. I can recommend thern in all sueh cases. |! ', . WM. LANPHEAR. _ It is a fact not universslly known, that the ingredient* in many pills in'common use act with two much force opon the liver and the coats of tbe stomach,; and by their drastic qualities very frequently produce the Piles; Not *o with Dr. Smith's Pills.— TUejf will cure this distressing complaint in every instance. Office 179 Greenwich'street, (large brick block.) Gr*Always ask for the Improved Indian Vegetable pais. CJpTAnd see that G. Benj. Smith is vritit* with a peajbn the bottom of the box. Ageut*—N- Mitchel Si Co. and J.-Etbridgc, Montrosef ' ¦ . ' . Colds, Crt'cons, Cossumptios, etc.—It...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

DIED, • In Bridge<yaie'r, Very suddenly, on Tuesday evening tho 1st inst, Mr. Gauser Isdkix, aged abont 60 years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

MOHffJBJDSB gSJEHIE^?. TO THE PE0PLE. r* BALDWIN tenders his thanks for tl^e • • the extensive patronage he has received, and would inform the public that he has taken a Partner, which has enabled hira to make a fine improvement in his Shop, or Grocery, and also, to obtain a small assortment of GROCERIES, such as Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Allspice, Pepper, Gin-1 ger, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Salaratus, Raisins, Lemons, Heron, Codfish, Mackerel, Sword-fish, Rice, Flour, Molasses, Bar Soap, Plug Tobacco for from Ccts to 25cts per pound, Sperm Candles, - dipped Tallow Candles, &c. etc. Also, as fine an assortment of Children's Toys for Christmas and NeW-Year, as was ever brought into Montrose; Nuts of all kinds, and, Candies ofthe best quality; all of which will be sold CHEAP for CASH ; but NO TRUST. Pies, Cheese, Cakes, and Crackers of all kinds, constantly on hnnd.s 500 lbs. of good LARD WANTED, in exchange Jbr Groceries or CasJrJ To the Gentlemen, and Ladies too, all who lik...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

Sfra^-Cpw! : | ft AME iifto he enclosure ofthe subscriber ^ op Sunday the 27th ult., a red m|ch Cow, with long helms the points turning|in , 5 or 6 yeurslold. jThe owner can havei pier by proving airopcMy, paying charges.jind taking her aivay. ' * ELIAS WILCOXi Silver Lajke, NoV. 11, 1846. I l&w Isaaq Li 'Pdsi$>0p. AH5 rcceitW the|r TALL &'WLNtEK 4&ls, Which wjll be sold cheap as can be bougttt iu town. i ; I French, English, and American Clotfs. Gold, anq steel-inixed Beaver tldil Satinets Bjjnd Kerseys. - . ' 11 Velvet anjl Satip Vestings^—rich. £ Plain and plaid Cravats. \ AlpaocaJCashniere, and d'Lain Rob J*. Bonnet Skins, purple and blue. % • Bonnet trimmings— rich. , | Dress triimings, fringes, velvet Ribands, St, Ginips. A |. ¦ • : i | .-Prints, 8Q pieces—from 5to25cts.pei|rd. Gingham|, plaib and twlll'd, rich, CoPrd. Shawls—iprochk, Waffle, Chinee. , | Groceries}iargeiaitsortmenf. I |; Teas, froin 2s tcj 8s per lb. § Iroiij Spring-stcjel, N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

^btjcrtiscmmts. = FA»M FOE SALE.' A MEA1P BAEOtHilo THE subscribers wishing to dispose of their real estate, offer for sale their farm whereon they now reside, pleasantly situated in Dimock township, Susquehanna co. Pa., containing one hundred and tWentyfiy,c acres of first rate land ; suitably divided into plough, meadow and woodland, and in a very good state of cultivation.— There are on the premises a framed dwelling housei, a good framed barnj waggon house and other.out buildings—also, a fine bearing orchard, with never failing springs and streams of water. Title indisputable, and possession given on the first of April next. For further particulars, and for a view of the property inquire of the subscribers on thd premises. EZEKIEL BEDELL & SON. Dimocki Dec. 1, 1846. 25-4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

;"KfWl&otojB."."'¦ '' . npiIE suiscriber,. thankful forpask favors of his J x friend! andtho public, resnecUhllly invites their attention t< tlninew and splendid lot of Goods now opcniug,.cc nsistiug of .,\ ¦. . i ¦ | . Dry Gtiod£,Ifardwarc, Crockery, Glass Ware,Looking-glasses, i Groecrfes, NaUs, Bonks <fr Stationery, Fish, ct;, etc. which will be sold as low as usual. ' " Oct.'ikl 3 J. Lyons. N. B.— IViuited, Grain, Butter/ socks, Wliit« Beans,Tallow-, Beeswax, &c. Aic. . I, J.. ~ fiiMiMiin P EVER,; t the Old Hat Factory, cdn be fimnd thebest 1 nd cheapest a&sortiiieiit ol • Hatji &, Cap* evef offere I in this place. Also, for 1 ole, u new twohorse wag< u, abd stasoneil 18 inch v Dod. ] [ N- B—1 be person who took a pair nC steelyard' sfrom the si op is requested to return UVm, or — A few luit blocks are still out, llutii haying them are rennesl ed to return them. v sept 23. ! 84C), ¦' WIM lOW-GLASS & SASH. 4 by 7, 8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

An Eloqnint Pnissagc. J\ Extract from at; firation icccntly deliver * ed before tlie Lite raly^Spcisties ofthe Uni,1 Ve™\7ol Vermonl, |y J. T.lleadley, Esq.: ¦> " I have thus eii(|!avored to make histo-i ry illustrate my ptWisitioh, by Watchinothe appearance of Ais principle at different periods, and stufljinjr its character, «and gaugcing its stren^fi. But the present, no less than the past, |hrgws iii its testimony ; and even now, this |stnuigej unconquerable principle is movindbn, dragsi:i-r the life nml energy ofthe wor|t£after iu Oh, it is fearful to behold its Strength, ahd tlie uplic:t?. ings it has occns§nncd \ evct since tltt) time of Christ, miuf has striven more orient resolutely, to get $i acknotvaedgement, of his rights, eithei |h reKgilnus or -politico! matters, or in b^it|. Despots have InntltS use. of old reverejn|c—suptjrstitous fears-i trickery—falsehood?—the dungeon—tlie bay. onet and tlie scaftcld, to silence his claims, and overcome ibfs| arguments....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

NEW SERIES OFj THE | . Congressional-Globe A Appendix. (^ djVGRESS, at its last session, jthrongh rr/-ithe Joiot'LibtaryConunittoejof thetwjn Hooves having authorized a large, subscription for [the Congressional Globe nml Appcwtix, (Mil the sbuate, bv resolution, hiiving directed the mode of preparing the report,-, of its proceedings, and authorized the secretary ofthe senate to contract with; tho nndersigii.4!. stipulating that the reports when Written oiit skill tie sujectto the revision oftlie spoakjers, the Cuuitrc*.-* ioual Globe and Appendix is now ottered to the public, 1101 only ns nit authentic btit ns un oflirial accouiit ol the proceeding- of Congress made under the eyi- and published by the auihoritv of that body. Tlie undersigned originated fhc'niodo of journal Iz nii the priH>ri-ilmgs ol Ciuigres«, which, thus ado|ited", is |o lie perfected Willi the niil and under the mi. peri ision of Conirress. Tliear ]mbhcatinu was the first and only one that ^ave eneb s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

B4NK NOTfe LIST, ^ CuniUXTKft WEKKLT Full THE IVEQPLt's 'APVOCATK " yEXK^VLVANU. ..Uudflis ~ 4dis Philadclptiia-bank, par NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man & iftic bank parJAU solvent banks j dis MoyauiBiifag bank par . SIA1XE. Penii Uiwilsliip bank par!Caliss bnuk 10a—,U s hank|iotej 25 disjAgricuUurul bank do Giranl 'I do pajjCityjbk Portland do Peufisj-rajdo pnrjpanlariscutta do CicruuuilotS'ii . I"" i Mercantile bk do Del co at Chester pnr|StilHvalor Canal bkdo Ch"sterco;iit\VChcstorpiU\BunJ!or Com bk . do . .Montgomeryco l,ar| \Vesjtbrook bk do Farmers' l|T; Burks co pai '¦ Citizens' bk do Fanners' ijk liead'g paritilobe bk do Eastou j p:u- Wasfiiugton co do Northampton no sale|Frai|kfordbk xlo SLancaateribuuk par I All solvent banks j|»dLs Fur bk ljijicaster l»u- i VERMONT. Lebanon I 1 <li> Dank of St Albans H dis llanisbiii| 1 dis'Bk of Beimington —dis Middlctuvgu 1 dis1 All solvent banks 4 dis C.arisle ;i 1 dis: MASHACHl'SETTS. Cohiiiibinjbriilge par1 All solvent ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

THE subscrljjer returnH tbanksto his friends ^d the public Sspnerallyj! for the liberal patron aSe ho has received J during thi past summer, and (respectfully invite^ them to cjall and take a look ut ibe JVcif and Mmdiil X\ LOfr OFJGOODS, I he \% now receiving, and which will be sold cheaper than ever befortt offered iii this market. % , $ .1 'J- LYOX&j sept. 3, 1&.1G.! ] f — - ¦ .-- ^ -_ I i_j ¦ — . 4_ Ik. R AISINS, in|jsmall hosts, nice for family usr.jpr sale by e 4 J. LVOM11I A SPLENJDIDLOT I OF plain, plnjd, change ible, fancy, ] ombre s\ -ipo ^ Alpaccas, tbelaines, C ashmeres, Ringnnms, 4lipienes, Jke. &-. J Also, sorie elegant Cashmere aiid Dehiiue Shawl'ifor side b>- " . J. Ly«ni«r —. —>—. . ^ 1 ^ , —1—r*f-G OOD Dollmj Tea sellii g for jSix Shilling's, lrt( Ij ' S ' J. Ly'oni|^| """" -., .'i | . ALPACAS.. . . - l!_ PLAIN, plaij, and strijiid Alpacas cheap at ! j) sept.3, tJ&fi. . SALISBURX''wi GfidAT BARGAINS! I tetfil rt|i?(...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

uSt¦' itt\ COATED^ills. Beware! Cantion! The'inefeiiiu^ppptllaritybfDr. G. Bmi »„,-«• improvedMHaAftabU Sugar cJeT^t inducqil a m mber (of persons to make «,.J^,i." they can^tsW^lt Oiem wia^K?, to sell|MH^ for te geanine, w^bile tbc-j ^doL^' scss a partic e of the goodness,' nor even asshX, inupifernmeto fte«.ml». Smith', Pm,Tl, short; .they arewimtenJed FRAUD- upon the con rouiuty. A .nmister ^vho at first bad an inlcreS an imitation sugar Coated Pill, manufactured fc if lmuy.Js ,., bas_gwentliem np, as he sav, n..„. count of the nusprable dishonest parties conie^Zi m manufactt rn,«r fhem. The JS^S*^ mdustnousl, circulating wporu calculatil to ££. bie Vnlh wd ^°f tbc ^P'u,ation »•• 1»^X" ble ,11s; bt t rather than notice them i„ puhUc rir Smith,. abi^it tp inibWe leal proceedings agault theuilor tu-tt¦ danders, as leLash, another cale against a ..tailar party, in whjch he recovereofa large amemn: of damages.. Tbese^ucrabfei^iL tors have to esort toJaTc most abSSSffiTt palm off ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

A Eackjvood's Jury. ArnrrespondeijilQf'the Spirit of the Times, a few weeks ago, tafenn amrifeingdescriptioti of an Arkansas c^ufe scene, (nbere a certain pig-stealer whs jsi4nmoned Ito answer fur cm-etin- bis neighbors hogs. ! This reminds another correspoiidiht of a case described to him bv a legal gijnijleinaa, aa having occ-ur" ed in the same Sti|e,^find is indicative of tbe intelligence of a backwoods'jury. It appears that a|baracter) in those parts, notorious not fofjtlfcraost enriableand rio-id system of moralsj ^ks indict,dd, imprisoned, and about to be jtr|d, for stealing certain smoked hog, better |nown as bacon. Judo-e , eminent as aSJawyer, (since a Senator in Congress) Ji^pened at dial time to have business in thf same court, and at the , urgent requtist of t|e unfortuhate victim of the law, he was todliced to visit him in tbe jail. | V After a short djajbgue, the Judge was requested tr> act aslhi counsel—a fee of §50 at the same timet |eing proftered. Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

\ booKjs: T/Sf!^i'nmi ,,y Uil,le8for W>s; also common and J-S pock«t Bibb*.. Tcstanu-uts, G.t.cnii.hies and Atla.es. Arithnie'tics, Gramniirs. Phil„s.,,,hical and Chen„ral|?o„k..: Cobb's. Snmider*-, and Town', . SHbi.?BJ«k: Porter's Readers. A - 9,m\ assort-, meut of TVy Books and Tickets. Also, the new i Hymn BoA, ,.r .be Presbyterian, and Baptist secier ties. MenW Hymn Books^lank Books kTtT ¦ for sale bvf ! , , • scju. 1U4'«. . J- I-y,m>- PA ££-NJ P i,a /' "n,on»- ^ o^s. Pi,», Butter . ^ 8tamr| and Ladles, by ' J. Lyon's. r ! — L 1 , " ! |SEW GOODS i FORI THE FALL OF 1846 :.| 20 ^k^tttrthan: ^ ^in ««* < J^'J^«L___M:_SALL<BL'RY'S. GROCERllES. I/Ste'^ "f ?^"S"S'H' ^mw" <* that !|"^ptr4";;, Tea-Jt",mnt .S-UAnryV ! I wiuFsilHs, ~ rFS^ifc? 1- Md A«™-J «» AW aiirons, ;. s«'>t 3 %' - Sallsbjjfy's. ¦ __ | j . ^ | EDGIAGa ' ! FI wirt'7,t ^b,?*"i ^th ™«J, and cotton j s.^rfb; J amVCdat I Saury's: j ! LADIES* SHJOES. A Galte'JIn'l^ ^^ «*h «*&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

^ PORK AND BEEF. A PEW Barrels of a fine quality, for sale by - -J T - -"' . *; T Y ¦ *EKJ- SAYBE Auynst 18Ui,'¦!$¦ j j N . ~A:,CASES Y.4^K£E jvOTIOKS, COMgBISIAGtho&klawing: .; ' i '- l , C0pgrass,coat, pant, ye£, andsuSrtButtons; , 200 doz. Ivory, <lressi, and JjackiCombs; ; 400 papers A,}, }, ljU inch Brad*; ! liOO03().''21,3,4,6,8,10,12,14; li lS&SOTacks: "20pd<te.8lx»lT>eud; |. 100 lbs, linnen, cottoi and silk Thread; 10,000 skeius and sewhit Silks; [ 15,000 Needles, irgm Nd. l to ,10,J&|ie quality; Pencils, Twist; Cord, |Bmdings; Kpoomi, Eazon, Soap, Brushes, fitay-lacek, .Tbimblek Tape, Hook» &Bye»»Ad.,f<n-esieby] Lyons fcCtandlerj 2 ¦ opt 184* . -I "'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

: A ^ lVATVaAX KEJIEDV, Sujled to the Human Constitutiotl. and ei|ual to the onre of every curable disease, 4'ill be found in WRIGHT'S IXDLAS VEGETABLE PILLS, a? thi: j Sorlli Jlmeritan College jof Health. These extraordinary Pills are composed-of plants wliieh grim- sj«iit:uier,usly ou our;ow-n soil, and are therefore, belter adapted to ouriconstitutions than Motlicines concocted from foreign drusrs, however wefl they may be coiiijioimded : imd :» Wricht's Indian Vepctebie Pill, are founded j,;, m the principle that the human body is hi initli i Subject to but one Disease, naijielv. corrupt humors, and tljat said Medicine cures t}us 'disease on natural principles, bv cl»:msii." and purjljaug the body, ifuiUl«t maiufest that, 5 the;coastitutiou be not imtirely tflirted, a t>erSeveitmre-in their use, acordimi to' directions,- is aV si.lotely rertaiu to ilrivt- disease of every name from the: body. ¦ \ ' 1 | ' •,' , \hca ye WBa *" restore a w.Tanrp or morass to er tjhty. wc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

THR Publisher's of tlie People's' Advocnte, bavin); the use of an entirely new and modern assortment of JOB Tll'PE, are upw prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory style/all kinds of JOBiPRIITIM at pricesito suit the times: . PampuleJts, Bill Heads, Caim)s, i Catalogues, HAtti>BiLts, Blanks, &c. Prmted oh show rioticc, and iu the best style of the Art. -- , J O* A share, of tlie People's patronage is respect fully sohcited. i i «oJ July !), mil!. now „v. BOY't). "^@5rB?lWu©^?a@uC~ NOT ALX, GONE. N I. POST for thebirirfllnfahomit mnireonem, . oflcrsfor sale, qt the Hid Suup.of the Uate C. \V. Tuttlc, a general assortmeut of Hatiuud Caps on a rensouable ,-nvlit to those who pay iirbmntlv,' or at a liberal discount for cash'. August 4, lB4fi, „ . fTMIE subscribers arc receiving a large addition to J- their stock of Good*, which uiakei their assortment equal to any establishment in town—which they oiler at reduced prices for READY PAY, '.,„,, " MILLS Jt SHEBMA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 December 1846

I SELECT SCHOOIi ' ' GSEATBMD. A SELECT SCHOOL will be opened in this village on :Monday tlie 2Bth of October, under the charge of Mi. X. DUBOIS. * Terms 0 f-tuitioa per Quarter of 12- wtaks. Orthogrophy, Reading -\\i-iiu2. First Lessoiis in. Jrithmetic, and .Parley's GeoJraphy , • ', " ; ^ or. ticography, jrammur, Arifh nctic and Analysis, " 1. 50 History, (Ancient and MAdeni). tlrawin"• Chemistry: Phibisophy, 1 otany, Geolo^; , Rhetoric, and Logic, " "" 3 Q() Allgebra; Ginmetry, Surveying, (th'eoreticid land practi ral,>:Book.keepW, Astronnnn-, ~ . iand Frfinci,,-ir ~- .,.-'... 5 on Frequent Lectures, will ho given on vari.Hu brahches of S' aturul Science accompanied by flhi.-' tratious and Dxperiments. ; pTSclioo Books-may- be* bail, cheap, of the Principal; a id board may bo obtained in respectable families it from $1 ?r> fo-.$i 50 per week. {.reatBend-, Oct. 20. l°C4<i "j'.' - ••"..'¦ ¦¦'" #ANT]ED. ~" X*,000 Btshels;: 6afa, ' If tirt bushels Rye, I Oft bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 December 1846

T poclkn. - i ' .-- : f( From the Anglo-American. . | A SKETCH.. ; Sunlight upon|}l»e hill.*—-thit shades of rvc Lay deer in»§ 'hc ™ileys,jbut the day That lite a r»f Wierub sought repose , , Amid the >*,;r f ciirtiiins of itio \yest, Still to "ni'd hf'Veii tnrnc(1!its prayerful eyes; Ancf nn the eil|e of every floating cloud, ±ml on theionSvQ ul>very omnntain's brow, And on tlie cnljil of every waving tree, Trnci*! ou t!he Sqir-cr ether, iluy it.-* smile,. Duskily eoVlef. ' There, arjoirlus conch. Alone, a stronger in uu uukinown bind. And with tbe fiixitb-iru gnljiering at hi* heart, Ami with the |cLith dumps'heavy on hi.- l>ro\y, The artisHrorfi bis open lattice wntrlinl The lij-'ht tfiatfled liv» swiftly tiiau his life. Deep, warm, gie rcil blaze; grew, and with it pame The hectic to jShe worn ehqek. aud the lip Was filled witjh Severish crjmsrn.. and the flame Grew btnmgely fervid, in the dark eye. lit Willi all the. iftsMouaie heajityof the southj ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 December 1846

' i l ^ isgHiBigggge-gU -illiisjcdidni).' ¦ 1 '-Fvoim thie New York Observer.I ineadlty^irttirrfrom tht TPfHfracsi!. : ' < ¦ I ¦ j ' 'lv -. . ; k, , -In tjie woods, August. Lost in the Woods—An old Indian and his daugkick^Mitlh&i-~-Adi rondtic . Iron itiorJu. , * It; was with wearv forms and subdued hearts that we turnfcdltlre bx>w of ourboats dowj) tlie'lake, and Ijift the place of encainpmenk probably for evbr., No one who has not jjfaveled In the Wcjods can appreciate the feeJiiigs bf regret wtt^ wiiich one leaves the spotiwhere He lias pitjehed his tent even- for a'dair or night. The jhalf-extingutshed firebrarids scattbred around"—the broken ittcks thatlfor the tinio scenjed valuable nsi silver forkt, and tlie deserted' shntuy, all have a desolate appearance, hnd it seems like forsaki^i<r trusty friends,,' to .leave them there in tlie forest alone. • The ¦morning was ktimbrc and the wind fresh as we pulled doiwn the Jake ami again entered the ...

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