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

ftljc people's ^toocate. H^rTsfimiriie Press, the People's rights maintain Unawed bylifhience, aud uubribed by gain." o—„~—~ — MOXTOIOSE. JULY 9. 1846. P1 ' - '"

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

iy Any i&rsons who have subscribed for the Advocate, an« have not-, yet received it, should notify us soon (impossible, that we may put their namer on our mail l|»ok. In future it will be impossible for us to «npp6* new subscribers with the first two numbers, tbe*$j having been exhausted. TjT We wfe-e in error in crediting " D. D. Warner" in our filft No. in advance for the Advocate-****. As there" hajlbeen considerable blowing aboul it, and »s the cijgdit was publicly given, in justice to the General aW ourselves we will say, that it was hot directly Jfthorized. We found his name on one of the f**rosp|}*tuse8 handed over to us, and as we had -ccntr-scTe)! a board bill with him, we took the liberty to crejiit him in advance for one yettr. As il was wrong—|k wrong but common way of doing business—we|*correct it with pleasure. Had we even suspecnm.it would have subjected the General 10 the annoyrace of a visit from the C»»mcil of Credit, we would «ave spared him lhnt trouble...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

i.^itA^mm^ SSS^^^mmm '•'"', Celebration at WytfUWIS.' ""- How sad yet true it' is, that as the mots i» creeping over the memorials of oar father'* valor, the. liiing »cenes and tlmlling detaiU that clijixacteruo the early settlement of Northern Pennsylvania, are failing like the vision of a dream. A few of the " old sqlllere" still linger among us, but age-worn and bowed, they soon will be "gathered totheirfathers." Vjjno then, whenr-the voices of our old -men are hushed, will renew to us those narratives of patriotism, aitd suffering, and blood, they were wont to tell f—lithe wptten narrative and the historical essay may give us a faint image of the pastf-but the jubilee, the anniversary, »nd the monument, can alone do justice to the noble dead. OHAitLis Miser—a name that we honor and respect—has done much to keep alive in the.inemory of posterity those thrilling tales of adventure winch would otherwise have, perished with iheir heroes, in his" History of Wyoming." Thetild to...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

Franklin Academy. ' This Institution is located one mile and a half west of the village ol Harford, iu this county, in one of the most healthy and pleasant towns of Northern Pennsylvania, and among ah intelligent, moral, and industrious community. At a great expense and sacrifice the citizens of eastern Susquehanna have |i*j*nished die. very best accommodations fur such of our young men a|id Women as would acquire either a useful or classical education. Iu retired situation leaves it criuifely free from the .temptations attendant on similar institutions in our larger towns. It, -ystem of education is collegiate aud thorough, calculated to prepare such iu will Inn. < „;; r.t, ,.i „ most any station in life. The Principal, Rev. Lrmas Richakdsos—a good man and a finished scholar—-devotes his whole'time to the hitell^ctual ou-J physical Well-being oT those phiced under his care, and to tlie prosperity of the Institution. • The citizens of Northern Pennsylvania can give no...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

The Fourth | Passed off rather quietly An our Borough. A National Salute was fired at siuirise, anoihi-T at noon, and we heard another of two guns iu the evenin-*, probably intended for Oregon and California. VI e are' informed that u large audience attended the Anti-Slavery Meeting, at the Baptist .Meeting house, but what was said or done, (not being there ourselves, and no report having been handed in,) We are unable to say. In the evening the '* B'hoys" got up a torch-li**ht procession ; fire balls were thrown through the Public Avenue, and our citizens retired, at an eaTlv ltour to their homes, in rational quiet and good order.

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

What, ho! Are you Had! The editors of the " Northern Democrat," in the plentitnde of their immense dignity, are not disposed U> inform their readers that a new paper has been established in Montrose, called the People's Advocate. They seem to treat us with " silent contempt." W'hy should *-><: aspire to publish a Democratic paper 1 What business have we to ** flaunt ^ the Democratic banner 1" What business has the sun to shed bis genial rays upon «« I What right have the Peoj>le to think and act for themselves, in political matters ! This •' silent contempt" is a dreadful weapon in the estimation of the editor* of the '-• Democrat" to its impolitic use by them may be attributed tho origin of the People's Advocate. It was their contempt of the rights and best interests of the People that procured the triumph of a part of the People's ticket last October. Oh, how we writhe under the -scorching, burning, "withering contempt of the dignitaries of the " ...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

pitii Wfflj Celebration at Dnndaff, 1816. The day was ushered in by the firing of th > National salute, and raising the flag.— Tj ie firing was continued, at intervals of half at hour, during the day. At 12 o'clock the pr --cession funned in front of the Dundaff H rtel—the rear was formed by about 0(M) Si nday School Scholars, under tny direction o< Rev. E. 6. Ward and Mr. Abdl Flyrit— G|n. E. Phiney, as Marshal, took the cbmmguid and marched the procession to tin: Pfesbyterian Meeting House, where Rev. IVfr. Ward officiated as Chaplain, and Rev. Mr. Reynolds as Orator of the day. Rev. Mr. Branscomb was detained by sickness.-— Taie remarks of. the Rev. Gentlemen, both iii- prayer and oratory, showed that the prosperity of our country depended on Almighty GJpd, and both in the discharge of the duties a-jsigned them, done themselves honor, and gfbrified God, ftnd their country. SAfter the Oration, Mr. Ward gave a very afle and appropriate address to the Sunday Sc...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

4lh of Jnly, 1816. Young Itlcn's Celebration. Tlie young Ladies arid Gentlemen of Montrose assembled ut the Episcopal Church on this Anniversary of our Nation's birth, according to a previous notice, where a pro-Cession was formed by C. N. Stoddard, Marshal, and. W. H. Fuller Assistant, iij the following order: 1st. A. Nichols, Pres't., C. C. Finch and C. W. Mott, Vice .Pres'ts., H. H. Jessup, Render of the Declaration of Independence ; 14. D. B. Tamil and L. P. Hinds, Speakers of the Day. 3. Ladies, 4'. Gents. Having in this order reached the grov* which had been prepared for the occasion, ihe order of exercises were announced, ac follows, 1st. Sons by the Glee Club. 2,1. Oration by D. B. Turrell. 3d. Song. 4th. Reading the Declaration of. Independence. 5th. Song. Oth. Oration by L. P. Hinds. 7th. Song. 8ih. Refreshments, toasts, Songs, Sentiments &c. We have, heard songs and singing that were considered excellent, but we must say the melodious voices of the few mem...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 9 July 1846

Keteipts fur Ihe Peoples' advocate. Moxthose, July 9, 1846. John lferrington, ¦' $1,00 Pays to No. 52 ami-s W. Belknap, 1,00 " " 55 I. B. Slocum. 1,00 " " 5-1 i'has. 11. Wells, 1,00 " " 54 Jeorge Walker,. J ,00 " " 5'J Col. Jos. Wartrous, 1.00 " " 52 tV. Rockwell, . 1,00 " "- 54 l\ C. Murrey,- 1,00 " " 54 i'laytou Rogers, ". 1,00 " " 54 Kli Miwre, 1,00 " " 54 Phot* H. Basis, - 1,00 " " 52 B. F. Rogers,, " 1,00 " " 52 Ins. Washburn, 1,00 " " 54 I'hilo Barueit, ,50 " " 2(i Elias Thomas, 1,00 " " 54 R. B. Tewksbury, ' 1,0b " " 54 Benj. B. Fox, 1.00 ' " " 5? W. Hurley, ' , 1.00 ^ " 54 - >. D. f'helps. ' - 1,00 " " 52 S. S. Winchester, 1,00 " " 52 Irrriuiah Braudow, 1,00 " " 52 lohu Brown. ' ¦'•*\-lpO " " 52 lohu Hawley, -f<\ ,'J,00 " " 52 Lewis S. Perrv, ' ;" 1.00 "" " 54 David Kent, ' 1,00 ;)/ " 52 i>rangc Moil. jr. '1,00 >P ¦'• 52 bintc.' Birchard, 1,00 ,*.$::•«' 52 Mtrses Stopjianl, 1.00 - ^ft .; " 52 /.. M. Brewster, .50 i"^ " 2(, Eljidi WfsUidl, . 1....

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

Aonii.il Exhibition of Franklin Academy. The Annual Exhibition of this Institution will b. held on the tid Wednesday of Jnly inst. The I*n - '¦rsMiiin will fonn near .Susquehanna Hall, at 0^ o' rlock, A. M. and march to the hill near the Acad.* .ny, where the exercises will commence at 10 A. M Oration, by lion. Li theb Kiuueh, of YVflkesbarre Poem, by Rev. M. Thatcher. - To the Fricnils of Foreign Missions Once more a Box is in preparation for the Sand •vieb Islands. Persons desirous of contributing ii Klann^li*, Socks. Shoes, Cotton Goods, or auythin: ¦iset'ul tbr the Missionaries, are informed that thei Donations will be thankfully received, and forward ed on or about tlie first" of September. ^ J. LYONS. Montrose, July 8. 1846. MED. u Iu Undgewater, on Friday the 3d inst., Mrs. Asesath Bukeslek, iii the 82ud year ol her age. Mrs. B. was a native of Plymouth, Litchfield co. Conn, and eiuignrtejl to this country several year.-•ugo to spend the reinaindeii of her days with hei c...

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

THE MARKETS. CORKEtTED WEEKL*f FOR THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE. it EW YORK, J use 27. 1846. W-heat flour, perbairel $4,00 ® 5,00 Rye do do ¦ 2,30 ® 3.75 Corn meal do 3,00 <3 3,25 Wheat, per bushel 0.80 ® 1,00, Rye, i do "' 0,63 ® 0,66 Corn do 0,50,® 0,60 Bark'y, do 0,45 ® 0.47 Oats, do 0.34 © 0.35 Flax, jwr lb. American, . 0.03 ® 0,0*)^ Tallo**, per lb. rendered, 0JJ7 ® 0.07 j Butter per lb. Oral ge co. i 0,15 ® 0.17 4°' wesieru dairy, 0,10 ® 0,14 Cheesb, per lb. " 0,0(! ® 0.07 Beef, per barrel, mesa, 6,50 ® 7,00 do . piime, : 4;50 ® 5.00 Pork, iper barrel, n era, . 10.374® 10JJ0 do prime, . 7,87J® 8.00 Lard, per lb. 0«5|® 0.07' Hams per lb. mnok^d '. 0,05-® 0.07 Feathered lb., live gee*: 0^5 ® 0.29 Ox horns, per hundred, 8,00 ® 12.00 Cow i ¦ do , - ', " 2,00 >3> 3,00 American wool, per lb. muton . 0,36 ® 0.38 jdo (nil blood Merino 0,34 <B 0,36 ido ; J& | Merino .. 0.28 ® 0.31 ido iative¦¦ A i*Ieritio, 0,21 © 0.36

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

-H— !—rr-, ^-^=^ ^Ducrtiecmcnts. ~ DAQUE^RIAN JQAtLERY~~ A HlOKCQjd Dt)^ire^reimArti»t, vrillj«mainin • town a flaw days, and be liitpjjy fo wiait upon all wliornayfi*4orihini*wittia(call: , ¦' ¦ '¦"• *- Those ont of l»tjro!ure ijespectfally invited to oallut bi» roonto nan efrtftunojttjx^imeMtrf th» wonder. hUAlt. . . i ; --J--VJ . ,<-.¦-. "••,,*, . flii Portrait*, peSsera tfl the colon of life, are jitfr-i fectly acco*rate| neafly;' eiecuted, and affordea fe^i ireiwilv low. i- L--""^1" -. ' •'¦¦ "wi- 'l Bo?b». over % JBettfte & Cq's Store, East lida of Public Avenne,. „ , j , r^for r-^icidirii iee )arge'bull.' "" '' u' '¦ - Jnh- 7th, 18467)1 ' '; • ••¦ " ¦-'¦"•' ••'¦' "; ' ** - ¦ i -i •- i -¦ - -..'j. : . - "M" ¦ i Jv, il -. ¦ -.;..;-.. ... ,,-'¦•

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

MERRILL &, ROOT HAVB^re^Vea'- amaUotofEnln^Sutar H-n-^wlrdctewin be^ mW^~ti%d>*iie .

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

ENTERPRISE DESERVES IEWAID! pipsioi wmi ¦I"-©. MMMMB, '- XKTtLl ^ Ripply «he pbliciwi^h u good ar ticle* of v T Pn'visionii' as can be; found in. Susquehanna County. He is prvpaml to' furnish every articfe m" the eating;line—fresh, and n»latable—that may be called, for by any hanl-fisted yebmah or gentleman in the land! Such as ";'j'-f '.: r- is .•..-- i /f, _ PitiiCaketi Cheese; ; -*.-;' Boston, Butter, and, Sodfi Cratktrt ^ , - ^"ifW' F'S*' ""4 Raiti**\ ,i^-,« i:; Oranges. Lemons, and Apples, " '" • ''" ¦ " Pickled Clams and Tongues ierffifW*" in the best style. Nats of aU funds keWc^wtiWiy' on hand wholesale and; re tail. . ... ... f. ,.'.*; i Cahdiesjof fie very,besi auaHty_i»riCn" as itee&' 3&\ mention. In-fine, the rarest and trtlMt ***»o ' rt-aTe-at of I all goods itr his line may" be had by callina ath«"-' store one door above Seark's, Hotel. :¦-•".-' Also-iSQDA WATEft,. Lemonade, ~>urf BnaTf Beer, for.tjiejiot weiilber. . . ^ , ..':;,, DERRYSALT," a...

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

THE Wbiishert of tn5 Peopj*?« Adrocat^iar lug tbe nse of as entirely sew and nowrn «*• ' sortraoBtof JOB TYPE, sreaov prt pared to «»xbeflt» in a neat and ^tisfketory style, au lands ef JOB PBffllllv}. at pritjes to salt the tiiEes. ! Pahphlets, Bibl H£ij>», , Cards, Catalogues, ; i Haivpbills, BtAlfKB, *&c. . -Printed on shor t notice, and in the best style of thff . \ru. .!kr~A share of the People's paironage is respect-"* fully, solicited. July 9, 1846.. DOW &. BOYD.

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

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. A*HE fiuids: ansirig from the Sheriff's Sale of tie iteal Estate of William Mhicuerj dee'd., bavins been efereed to the undersigned for adjustment, all per-<ons interested in said rands are hereby notified Jo •resent thei*; .claims before me, at the office of Lusk & Mulford, in[Montrose, on TnesdaV, the 14th day ¦ f July next,; or be debarred*ihereafter frotn coming -n upon the same. i I 8*B. MCLF'OHD.Abditor. June 16,18,46. . l-4w. LEGHORN BONNETS. ANE\y Lfit of Leghorn and,Straw Bonnets, and elegaiit Bonnet Ribbons in%t received at -24th Julie 1846. , 8ALISBCRY-S. PORK & HAMS, FOR SALE at I 1 i -, - v SALISBURY'S !1W»^ ", TTNSEtTLED Account of yours with Salisbury *U &"tihjmdler must be settled immediately, or cotimU tie made. J.B.SALISBURY: June 24, 1846. ippBQSE Business dibectoky. ;:, R. SEARLE k CO. A good astorjtment of Dry Goods, Crockery; Hardware, Sjei &c.. West side of Public ^venoe. ;, I i BENJ. SAYRE, ^e...

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

¦ >¦-¦<¦¦ jjJAME&N^ELDREDGE; *' Cabineiand Chair Making;; Al*> Sign aaa;fut PiMntllig/sTnnnng, .Pajwr-Hanginfei **. Swp.' t* hisolij;statylop ^nrnpike at, ,, ,, ,,wt;;,,'iv!s,y4 ^ '^"#% A;^CHAMBERLIN^ \^^, Atteney;atl*wj Office oyer tl»'Stot*af't'l»iRJtt j St. ,f^gr^^!^^i^*A!»PW^1Eqr^^«U \WkW$1&rl> fOn5^«*fe«' -m <Jont|*«ir the siCot iriilHMse. ' .'F,U'L' u!i.lr^p|K|/ B, MuiWM*. r%fe%B^k:£Miiki ^^ : $^ f^^^^f^^ "il \: StiU cohtumea tfeWaek^fBWB^i^** ta!^,ri' mu branchesathwold S^ttBid taeariKneWr't-L'latmii. V: ¦ vti.'Uf.Jili °'0v(^'3it-i^">!m.--"!. " ;*->j7 ;•;•'> ,*itI5to3i[ ' :\ f 'r-h ivi-'^i n'--hi.\^i'iw^-jf.ii\ f> m-. n-yih';

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

Thf War with Mexico. The last rw||lve months have been eventful onc*« m the hirtory|if our country. A whirlpool of vicisritndes have fashed over onr national existence—threatening cl|nds of war nave stood upon oror horiz?u, at times levering over and rushing .upon us, and •wm fallin? 1|ick in suUen gloom. We have seen our Pongress iolenmly resolve to ailmit to the confederacy of frle states a sister Republic. We have «en our little Army march to the defence of the new state. *jn| plant the stars and stripes in the very tw.li of her j|irnpoas enemy. Soon we hear that *e foreen uijaer the brave Taylor are sujroundlV^ t'f'c<! •-'•e*r number, and in danger of (beiag ni.-|hi| ated. Bnt a hope pervades the g oom »hich|tlu» iuteffigence rtpreads among our People—-» o-Jl to arms is heard from Maine to the Rio GranJe-j|the cuivalric soutb sends fortJi her strifc-loving ijf.ns—bnt quickly we hear that the Mexicans ar«Hying in coufiurion and dismay before our victoriouiAnny. At ...

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

| Decidedly Rick. j., Washington' , June 9th, 1846. A dramatic scene, such, I venture to say, as never had its parallel on this earth, occurred ton Saturday evening hist, 6th inst., and wfis, the legitimate offspring of that strange invention, the magnetic telegraph, an invention-to which the public attention is at this time so universally attracted. . Professor, Morse, the inventor and superintendent of the magnetic telegraph,, anas his assistant, Mr. Vail, in their office at Washington,* wished to test the integrity of the telegraph line the whole distance through from Washington to New York, a distance of no less than 260 miles. The better to understand the singularity ofthescenel am about to record, the reader must imagine four individuals, one at the office in Washington, one at Baltimore, 40 miles distant; one at Philadelphia, 108 mites farther, and one at New York, (or rather Jersey City, opposite New York,) 112 miles farther. The telegraphic, line passes through the in...

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

I The Pilgrim man. List to tfie solemn story Of tho'pilgrimage of man. Thick grfew the Bowers, the bright boy laughed As on ihe swift nours ran. And gathered buds, and heedlessly gazed On tli| frowning hill before—They withered, he flung them away and" wept; ' Then pp tho mountain bore. St"ep gijpw the path and toilsome; The lfiiibs of the youth were strong; And evefr be sang, as he struggled on, A cheerful earnest song ; A song flf life and love, Aud ite'er did a footstep falter; Fires ofWTection brightened anil burned. UponthU spirit's altar. Gloom |ung above the path, 'Lighfijunga were in the »kv\ The wttirlwinds moaned, he heard their, moan. And passed them heedlessly by. Foes 6l|ed the path belore him, He battled and pressed along *, Fiends Jicld him back, their bauds were stout, But uie heart of the man was strong. lie gaiijed life's lofty summit, Aud bnist tremblingly go down ; His liulbs were weak, but his heart was nerved The tbves of old limes were gone, But hbir...

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