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

Wacts ftem Natural Hj^ory. S. . . 11* PKOKESSOR SAFES. fj , .p ' | Da% y°»i know What'is nleant hy"a cyclbftl. If ydi make n spot oh tlje periphery bfi a Wheel, travelling nn:ipplainrthe tigure| which tt at spot describes Isja cycloid. eNow there is nc figure in winch albody can be mtlvcd with ko ^ntich velocit|rlind regularity |of speed, not even the straight line.— j Mathlmaticiani discovered this gmt many j yearsligo; but[Nature"s;God tnu jfit'it to the j Eflgldj before nintheinatics wereiufented; and when .the tjngle pounces uprilhis prey, I hede|cribesthd figure of a cycle id! •A Jlobe placjedin w.fter, or in 'Ar, in mov,"g weets with resistance, and !t| velocity will 1A rctnrddd. If you alterl !i| globe to the fojrm of art egg, there will Im fess resistancC'|J i nd tnfn tilvre 'sa f«»n:'.laJied;the \s«Mbmcast ffshtance, which Crmtheraatij cianspstmJied for many years "to fdiscover; I arid \tihen they had discovered it, tley found : they Had the fo*ni of a fish's headf Na...

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

! Prodnetions, «•«. oftlc tutted Stales^ iJ.ne, patent Utnce Beport furnishes the following important info: motion. I jWheat, oats, rye, Indian Cortj, potatoes' hay and tobacco are raised inevery State anjd Territory of the Union. I parley is raiseiin all except Louisiana. Buckwheat is raised i|n all except Louisiana and Florida. jiew England, New York, %w Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, dpnot raise cotton". I The States that do not raise ' cotton, to-I getlier.with Delware,. Jjlarylandl'andindiana, do not raise rice. 1 uuu, uy uui juise-rice. Every State and Territory except Iowa does, raise silk. ,, j EVery, State except Delaware makes sugar. Ne^ York raises the most barley, viz: L-802 282 bushels. . • , ¦/.'¦' . New York the most potatoes, Viz: 20,553,-612 bushels., v ! New York raises the most oats, viz: 24wa07,oq3,b,ushcls., ' ' _\ ; New York raises the most hay, viz : 4,-29o,53etons. . ' -¦ 1 ,Qhio.^he most wheat, viz: 18,786,705^ bush. . - ' ! ¦ Pe...

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

£l)c ifcoplc^ ^.fooxatc. ^ 7<:M.mm^*M TB^uHAt Moajiisn, bi , JDOW & BOYD. (Ofl}cel 011 iff west side 0 f the 'labile Aveinfe.) TERMS.-l-c|iE DOLLAfe a year in^l.vnnjce! One Dolltelifty Cents ,f not paid witb^hrc moiiUYvaiKl iflleKvearuiti) after &¦ expuitiaii 0 thA-cur nvo dplurs will btfoxaqtcl. | - Di^cntiimn^es ..,.t:.mul]vilh Uie Publishers, uri lriw nrrearHireiSire I'11'1'- "¦ : . < -.o.-i. 1 Utters tn tl|- l'liWi-hors bn business wrthjtho of dee must U ri&t-ps'"' tn in^uroiiltcntlou. ^

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

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

. , Krum tbu St Louis Bevtill-i. | TEX MISCTES OX h ISCL1SEB PLANE. 3 EI JUlE MILIEU, JU. I To the lovers of nature in her most savtfee aspect, and td the admirer of the iront|erful, whether rniniaturc or a,rt, perhaps ijo place presents more attractions than the 4>al regions in the vicinity of Maiich Chunk, Pennsylvania. "The wild and .rapid Lehigh, partly subdued to the uses of man for The purpose of canal navigation, winds its way Kir miles througli ranges of lofty mountain's presenting to the eye of the traveler, with every turn of the stream, a rudely mngnificl'nt arid tiring pahorama, replete" with"savi|gc grandeur anil wild sublimity. :<atcd ^ith the beauty of God's works, the curious observer may gratify himself on the works d/man, and contemplate with pride and attbnishment. the contrivance designed by int|llect to overcome the difficulties which for aaime embarrassed the Lehigh Company in nouring forth iu profusion to tiiiPfar-orf denisfens of tlfc city...

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

Chemical ."UiracJcs. . At the court of the Duke of Brunswick, Professor Beyruss promised that during dinner his coat shotild become red ; and, tu the auia2emeuUof the prince and the other guests, it actually became that color. M. Vogel, who relates the fact, does not reveal I the secret made use of by Beyruss: but he observes that by pouriug liracwater on the juice of the beetroot, a colored liquid is oh' taincd ; and that a piece of-cloth steeped in . this liquor and quickly dried becomes red in a few hours, simply by contact with tjif air; and further, that the effect is accelerat ed in an apartment where champagne and other wines are being plentifully poured out. It has been proved by recent experiments, that wool died by orchil of a violet color, or stained blue by the accidental sulphate of j indigo, in a bath of hydro .sulphuric acid, j becomes colorless, yet assumes the blue or I the violet color, on exposure to Uie free air. j Either explanation applies to the modern...

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

- r-^^^^' The Pennsylvania Regiment. The following is the form of the notice of acceptance, and orders Ijy the Governor, to the place off muster to enter the service of the United States, received by the Captains of the several companies accepted to form the Pennsylvania (legimcnt: FrANCIS.R. Sucnk, Govornor and Commander-in-Chief of the Militia of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. , - To , Captain of the — .• Sir :—The services of the having been accepted as one of the companies to compose the Regiment of Volunteer Infantry coiled for by the President of the United States, to serve to the end of the war with Mexico,' unless sooner discharged, you are hereby required to repair to Pittsburg, the place of rendezvous, for the purpose of being mustered into the service of the United States. | In order that no time!may be lost in the. organization of thje Regiment, -the Commander-in-Chief designates —£—, the:— day of December, as the day of your march from Philadelphia^ to procee...

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

Official Despatches! from Com. •j ConuerJ We are indebted for the following to this] ti \ 1 - ° 'Hy Washington Union : t ' , U. S. .STEAMER " $rlTFinE,'r . . 1 , Beforefthe Town jofTnmpico, 1 I November 14th, 1846. Sir :—I havl the honof to inform tliieg department that I entered the river'of Tan pico this morning with allj the small vesseis of the sguadrom and a strdng detachment t *$ seamen and marines front the "Cumbei-| land," "Mississippi,"" St. Mary's,"" Princil ton," and " Pdrpoise." "' On my arrivjl at the city, I was met, bra a deputation f|om die citizens, offering tin! surrender ofthe place on condition that the i laws, institutions and property should be re: if pected. j I I will- hold tlie place as long as possible \ its importance Requires that a garrison o| rive or six hundred men should be sent to out cupy it as soon?as possible. To obtnin-thil object, I have despatched Commodore Perl ry to Mnlnmoras, tb make arrangements with Gen. Patterson to have a force he ...

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

; I |i* -,- j—ft Total woi|nded and missing, : 4(10 AnAmazjon|—The correspondent pf th N. York Spirit-of the. Times, writing froS the seat of wariin Mexico, says: . I ¦ >One fact connected with the assault (§ Mohte ^ rcy I ha*e neglected to record.' It i| stated, and generally believed, that ii Cor 2 pariy of Laiicers was commanded by a v man.' -Seized with a! patriotic spirit, she uijl sexed herself, and in a full suit, of a Capta ib of Lancers, she desired to be led against till foe, and sworejjthat she never would' yie IB until tlie ' Northern babiiriatis' were drivi* from her nativf land, or till she had shift her, last drop ofblood in defence ofliercou ittry j' Previous to bur attack, she Was parlded* before the troops, and, greatly excitife and} augraqnte t their courage. She harralgucd tlicm am desired to be posted at tl& sppi where1 tluj first -shot would fall, ail wh|rc tlie jthic test of the battle would wngi. It is .reported t mt on 21st she led the...

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

i \ "Rule or Bain." | »« nave occasionally admonished oar jfnends that there existed in this county a' jdesperate Faction; whose pplicy (although ithey profess to bje democrat, in principie,) j'8 ,We"'"d, !fted % »"« option to this arti- . cle. The Editors of the " Northern Demo-•cratr asserted in a late number pf their crazy sheet, in reference to thetruljjr democratic Onerteiirh policy, " THE PRINCPLE WE DESPISE!!!»' Thus, two men, among us, professe i Democrats, and conductors of a paper wliich they would have esteemed democratic too, « who speak indeed whi|t they sincerely fuel," acknowledge their hatred for a cardinal doc- - trine in our party's creed. Now vrp know, and assert without the least fear of contradiction from any creditable souice, that however little Cliques, Factions an 1 Office: holders may be affected on the subject, a large majority of} the masses who compose the great Democratic family in the.State, are attached to and enthusiastically admire the " One...

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

Political Treason. To the utter astonishment and irrepressible consternation of all real friends to the cause of democracy in this County, especially with those Who have been induced to re--pose confidence in the foud and reiterated professions made by the sapient Editors of ofthe " Northern Democrat," of their ardent attachment to-democratic " principles and measures, those ] redoubtable champions in the support of usages, have hoisted the bfock flag of rebellion, usurped the hated throne of party dictation, hnd presumptuously issued ' the following " pronuncinmento," to-wit: " Whosoever'the next Candidate (fob Governor,) may be let uim be a '46-Tar iff 31AN OTHERWISE WE BARE NOT PROMISE ANY AID OR SUPPORT FROM THIS qUARTER." , What audacity! What imposition upon the kindly feelings and ' better judgment of every democratic render of that faithless print! What! '. If the next 4th of March Convention nominate a candidate for the gubernatorial chair, favorable to such modific...

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

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

Ncross of jtlfc illeek. CAPTURE OFpABASCO. Offittal Despatches from iommodorc Conner. United States Saip|CuJMDERL> nd, ) Off Vera Cruz, Kov.15, 1846. I - Sir:—HereWith is transitikted a copy of a letter from Com. Perly, accompanied by copies of other communications, giving a detailed account of his operations with a detachment from the squadron iu th i river of Tabasco. The objectssofj the expedition have been fully accomplished, and, by the destruction or capture of allithe enemy's vessels, a check has been gjiven to a commerce by which munitions of Ivar! were, ao doubt, introduced, into Mexict| from the neighboring province of Yucat&n. Much praise is due to Commodore-Perry, for the skill and judgment manifested throughout the whole expedition. ' I \ | - The department Will|earn witli (regret the death of Lieut Charfes W. Morris, which took place on the ls{, inst, on .board {he Cumberland, from a wound received at the town of Tobasco on the 2Gth ult. He was a...

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

$ > t|rcclt of the Alantic. The appalling wreck of the neW steamer Atlantt|c, in the sheltered waters of Long Island Srfund, has been thle sad prevailng topic of conversation and public interest for the last twjj) or three days. The news was perfectly astounding, as she was the finest steamer recently set afloat, and built expressly for the rjough weather of winter-passages. Her splendor of structure ahd ornament had made her, for. a montb ortwo past, an object of great cur|osity ; and what with her remarkablespee|, her sumptuous accommodations, her noble shape and admirable management travellers took unsual poind to choose her alternate cjay for their journey to and fro. She was more known and- admired, probably, than any one of these "flying hotelji," of the American waters. \ We hav^e ourselves a particularly strong imprssioiijbf her majestic beauty in motion. We chnncled to be a passenger in the rival boat, the Oregon, on a lovely evening last autumn when the two'...

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

.—. Temperance Convention. At a meetingof the Committee, appointed at the Convention! OI" (November 16th, "to Tnake arrangeinjjiits for a general -Mass Convention, to bjg held the 2d Tuesday of January," B. Sj BENTLEY, Chairman, and I. 1^. Post, S|ec'y. On motion, Resolved, That Geo. Fuller, Esqf, B.S.Tlentlpv, Esq., aud I. L. Post, be a Committee to draft a Circular for jreneral distribution in the County. Resolved, Tbiit F. B. Chandler and I. LPost be a Committee to ascertain the best place for holding said Convention. Resolved,Thai T. P.St. John, I. L. Post and F. B.' Chandler be a Committee on , - Resolved, That G. LA. Grow, Esq., be requested to deliver an addresson the occasion. Resolved, That Wn. J. Mulford, R- J. Niven and M. C. Tyler be a Committte to provide accommodations for visiting friends-Resolved, 'That A. Chamberlain -and W. J. Turret], Esqrs. be a Committee to draft a set of Resolutions, to be presented. to this Committee at their ne it meeting. Adjourned...

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

Receipt* ftr the Peoples' Advotate,- | ; . l^or the week ending Dae. 10; 1C£G J Win. Wynn, . __ §1,00 pay»8 to No. 52 S! A. Woodruff, " l,oa " •• to

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

.Dip, j In Houcsdale, unthc-19th ult. Mr. Ar.EiAstffcTt H. IIodgdo.i;' t:of the firm of Hodgdon, £agertonj& Co., and son pf Samuel Ilodgdcn, Esq. of Carbqudale, aged 25 years. ! i

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

ISDrraflDSE B'UIBniBJfiT. TO THE PEOPLE. Q BALDWIN tenders his thanks for the * the extensive patronage he has received, and would inform, the public that he has taken a Partner, which has enabled him 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, Ginger, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Salaratus, Raisins, Lemons, Heron, "Codfish, Mackerel, Sword-fish, Rice, Flour, Molasses, Bar Soap, Plug Tobacco for froip Gets to 25cts per pound. Sperm Candles,' dipped Tallow Candles, &c &c •Arlso, as fine an assortment of Children's Toys for'Christmas aud 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 hand. 500 lbs. of good LARD WANTED, in exchange for Groceries or Cash. To the Gentlemen,and Ladies too, all who lik...

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

FAM FOR SALE. il (EBBitfP.lB&B&ra. ' THE subscribers wishing to dispose of their real estate, offer forsale their farm whereon they now reside, pleasantly situated in Dimock township, Susquehanna co. Pa., containing one hundred and twentyfive acrfes 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 house, a good framed barn, wnggbn house and other out buildings—nlsoj a fine bearing orchard, with never failing springs and streams of water.' Title indisputable, and possession given on the first or April next. For further particulars, and' for a view of- the property inquire of -the subscribers on the premises. EZEKIEL BEDELL &, SON. Dimock, Dec. I, 1846. 254w

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

MORE NEV GOODS. a, siaA&a^ ¦& ®®°i HAVE received their usual supply of Fall and Winter Goods, which they -invite their old friends, and also new. ones, to call and examine, and they will find as good an assortment as most people keep in this section, including Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, $«. &c. and a general variety of fixings, where people will be satisfied tbnttlley get tlie worth of their money. Nov. !25, 1846. N. B.—We will pay better prices, and give, m<tre. Goods for Corn, Rye, Oats, Hfty, and most all kinds of produce, than any other shop! in these Diggins*; Those who have ?»y rigfii kind of Plunder Xo sell wbl uld idb ell to call and try at , SEARLE'S

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