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

' ssa^g ^5? *9 ' ¦ WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, at this TV Office. ¦: ,'.;'•, Nov. 25; fTJOOrj Dollar Tea selling for Six ShuTing*, byf : ; : fjfc£y<»p4 ' I'FANCY.CASSIMERES, ' ] L AT^STglylesVandoniazUigJoBat , ; ' BfSpt.3, I8«G. ¦/- ; -[j ;&fiabWy/ii5 ' " ' *lk; "¦ ^

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

fSiiMini ilionuii County, 88k, i . . PUBIIC Notice is hereby given- ^hat in lpur mined of'a Wjrit of Partitid | iSfeued jfrbm th i "Orphan's Court in and for!said~ Co(inty, and t|o mc directed, anipqi est'will be held for making partition of the -enl es-< jtatc of William Holmes, late of Gibson jtownshii, in said county, deceased among I the! wicow and heirs of' the said Vijliatn' • Holmes deceased, onj Friday the I 5th day i of Janii iry next,- at eleven o'clock in the j forenoo i, on the premises in Gib'st i township afo resaid, according to the ac of Assembly in such case made and pro ided.— rSaid real estate is bounded and des< ribedas i follows J to wit:—Situate in said t wnship of Gibs|n, and bounded by lands ol N. E. i Kenned y on the East—oh the South by the iroad leading front Gibson to Jack! on—on I the We t by lands of William T. Ci se, and on the iVortli by lands of 0eorge pirdsall 1 and Jot n Potter—containing one iuudred ;and thiity acres, or thereabout...

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

fHE sabsaibej:;, .fcwkfai for past favors of Ms friends ami the public, respectralllv invite* their attention tothtfpew tuid BpleiiUHl lot of Goods now ojietam:, coumsmig' of . 1 ^^ poofcjjlardware, Cnckeryf: •j" GtiwWare, L?bkxng. gtttiiet\j^&. -.' ¦ •:!' ii^pi^,miis,>^,oks w--'," [. $ Stotionfrjfi Fish, etc, e?cj- : wbiAwill-begoldustdiihiSsjigual. ,' <, Oct. 28; . >x- /. iW«i,, -N. B^-.VVanted,: Grain; <Bimer>v$6cfe£ Xtoata Bcium,Tallow, Beeswax, &C..&C. ¦ |SU.J.£T-.'- . .; (RMIBiilPIBIE 7®|^ / ^ T^/jEn at.the.Oid Hat Factory, pai..bo forijid'.j^B ¦ M-A twtimaclieapwtri^ortmM|tor.Hftiifc;ti»T«i ever offereiljiii this place. Also; foiwles n^ftwiw* UoMMagoij.ona.jcasouddlShick.wooai , ,f.,...ii N, Bp-The pcr«qn vrfio took 4 pair of. si colywib from.the nhdp w regnentcd to return themfor --rr A few hat block* are mill out.'woie iivii^raeni are rcnnented to return them, i" - ; :. <-i /?ept 83,4840. -.;,,,,., . { .'...

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

MOJifROSB BDSINES8 -DIRECTOIY.' ' -^~ . : i ^ , , J. B. SIMMONS, , -J.;.:,;, Boot & Shoe Maker—shop hj Searle'a olnqkj West side of Public Avenue. . ,'. - .' -^J ; \ -. .. . ; | ¦ . OWEN WILLIAMS, j , Barber and Hair Dresser—shop on. Turnpike It. in the basement of»A. Baldwin'* shop. ; . .!. ¦ R. SEAHLE & CO. ¦ [ A good assortment of Dry Goods; Crockery, Hardware, &c. &e.r West side of Public Avenue. ], - - ;'!;' BENJ., gATfeE,, l~ Dealer in Stoves, hardware, Dry Goods, &c, West side of Public Ayenue. "''.''. ' . IiYONS & CHANDLER;. j : Dealers m.Stoves,~Tm-ware, Stationery, Dry Goods; &c. &c-—East side of Public Aveiiue. I MERRILL fcfROOT; I ^ Dealers .in; Hats, Caps, Furs, flough Points, Ac—WettsideofPablieAyenue.! ..... .j, ,. ,;.' . •',' E. W.HAWtEY; StiH continues the Blacksimthingbturinessinits vari ons branches at his old Stand near Keeler'sTaVern '. .'- ,; J % s, bentley; "'"[ ,.;;£ ¦ . Attorney at. Law, at ...

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

utas lcar'tfWWaoni t"«t«m «¦«'**«!*•' V crisis hm Arrived in the polittcal arlairs offtit. couDtrvj>liich should| cause every pat, n0t—every trtfc democrat, tb cast about him " ^ survey t\\e\ projects of [the future. Tjie past is gone, Unl yfct it is full of lessons(of Ifi.dom, and he teaching;, of experience .fcould act ur<fi u^ with a jjcrvaaing poWer ,n 0„r future iLvements. During the preisent year we |iaveVwitness!ed an aPPnl*«ft fcvolution ini [the public sjentiment of t^c country, and | tlie hurling ol? the democratic party from it$|jroUd positioh of triumph, jnin tates ofthe ,o that of aMnority many s Union. Altb!<|ugh: we sec much in this to jgp.et_.to reRfet for the sajie of those great principles of flquol Hiberty which we cheri.h—yet incite! is nothing tb bring discoup affcm'cnt or d^ponklency. There is a recuperative energy «n the democratic sentiment which will co&sc it. tb rise again from the depths of ndvepity ahd vindicate its ow...

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

. ¦——4 : _^ Fnrtlier Experiments with the Gun Cotton. - A series of experiments were made af the arspnal, in this!city, yisterday,-in the presence of several, getlemen, under the auspices of that scientific officer, Captain Alfred Mordeeia, who has deroted much attention to the subject and wrii ten a work on gunpowder aud projectile, i. We we/e highly sat sfied at these experiments, made by the or inance officers -at the arsenal. Theigun-col ton was tested fully as to its projectile force for small arms, and partially for cannon. The firing from a inusket barrel, suspended on the balistic pend ulum, proved that sixty grains of well prepared cotton were equal to one hundred graingofthe very best powder. The residumNdter the discharge was very inconsiderable. After eight discharges from tlie same gun, there was sjarcely any perceptible heat •• \ With the twenty-fi^i r pounder, one pound of gun-cotton was neaily as strong as three of ordinary powder; t ut jt did not keep in thi...

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

Tltc Robbery of UieSanUiFe Trains. The StXouis papers contain further particulars <jf the, irobber^ of the- United States trains by the Indians. "Tlie robbery took place near the pass of the Arkansas. Theft) were thirty wagons and one hundred and sixty mules in the train, and they were acompauied. by. forty men.... The wagons were filled with clo'thing;Uiid hospital stores, commissary's stores, sugar, coffee, &c,' They took possession of every thing-, except the wagons, and tn(ide ofFivith the property. This outrage was committed by a party of Pawnee Indians, and little opposition was made by our men, as fjhoy were without ammunition. - The; St. Louis Era says the Indians cut open and scattered about three hundred sac is of flour to the four winds of heaven. Th: prairie, for miles around the spot where the robbery was committed, is said to have been as white ns if covered-'with gnoW. The villinous rascals,/immediately on getting possession ofthe wagons, set to...

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

^ibucrtisciitcnts. ! i i TOltlY CREDITORS. 1 NOTICE is hereby given, that 1 hnve implied W the Judyetf of the Court of Coibtnon Pleastin and for the County of Sijsquelinnna, .for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws of this Commonwealth, and that the said Judges havq appointed Monday the eighteenth tiay of January next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at tlie Court-house in Montrose, to hear me and my creditors, at which time and place you con attend if you thihk proper- ! JAMES MORANJ Montrose, Dec* 9th,' 1846. J.

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

NEW GOODSTf ;s. S. IDLFORD^ISON. ! ARE now receiving a large assortmentj'df Fall nnd Winter Goods, which tliey will sell for Casli, Barter, or approved Credit, as cherjp as can be bought in towni—r Their assortment, contains a full stocki of Goods usujally kept in country stores. ' Dec. 10, 1846. \

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

SOLE a,id UPPER LEATHER forshle cheap enough, by " S. S. M. & Son. SIMON'S, White's, and Burke & Stoly's Cast Steel Axes, for sale cheap, rind warranted first rate, by M. & Soii, ANOTHER lot of those good Fanning Mills, just received—also, some larger of tlie same sort, and will be sold cheap,: by M. <fc Son. Almus Wakser. I-vmi.s- Warjeb. WARNER BROTHERS, Have taken the Store iiJv.iiiini; M'Elweo's H^tel, and purjHise kei-ping a gemtnil assortment of Drj-Gikmis, Groceries, Croc-kery, &c., which will lie r;soUl at tlfr lowest prices for crish.—' 3r Theliighest price fpaiil for eouutry produce. Great Bend, Pa.

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

tF®!flCC2 [PO^GH . WANTED at the store of R. Searlei & Co. nny quantity of Pork in exchahgf for Goods and part cash. Dec. ike.

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

jStrayCow! •rf^l AME into he enclosure ofthe sn iscriber * ¦* on|Sundny the 37th ult, a re milch Cow, with long horns, the points tu ning in, 5 or 6 fears old. ; The owner can L ive- her by proving property, paying .charj es, and taking W away. ELIAS WIL ;OX. Silver Lake, No^Jl, 1846. 3w Msikic X. Post 4« iSo ARE ieceiving their FALL & WINT1 B Goods, which wiH be sold cheap as cau be (ought in town. J - , Frenlch, English, nnd American Cloths. Gold^.and steel-mixed Beaver ; do Satiiicts and Kerseys. .Velvlt and Satin Vestings—'rich.! |Plai| and plaid Cravats. Alpacca, Cashmere, and d'Lain lobes. Bonnet Satins ^ purple and blue. • Bonnet trimmjngs—rich. ' ,Dres^ trimmings, fringes, velvet lilibands, «k Gimps. i ! Prin|s, 80 pieces—from 5 to25ci i;. peryd. Ginshams, plain and twill'd, riclj, coFrd. Sha^ls-j-Broche, Wofile, Chinci . Groceries, large' assortment. Teal, from 2s to 8s per lb. j Iron] Spring-s^cei,' Nails, Band-iron and Crow-llars. ' : - Hardware of every.kind....

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

rTpilfe Subscribes are now receW ng their •*¦ stock of If all and Winter fOODS, wliiclj fwill be sold onrtheir usual aclximodatingterlns, for READY PAY.' ] Mills & sheeman. " " >se, Nov. 4; 1846. §TT tin's been currently report j flM^ X led through the county, """ijS^^B is Uie declared opinion of hunj ^Sss« dredt. that ill pomt of variety! ijud quality, jthej supply of HATS andt CAPS, at Itjw's i Hat and Cap Store on} the West side of the Pubjic Avenue in Montrose, exceeds any tiling ofahe kin;d elver exposed for sale in I his region of country. Reader, doyon discredit t|o rumor? Bememfcr Uie j Poet a admonition: I 1 • >t>ur donbts are tmitors,j And itrnke us lose the good 'we oft migft t win. ., Octhi, 1|846. .*. . f ¦ J i'ST0VE& i . FRAjiKLINi combination cooking stove k Wlshingt<|>n air tight do. do| Congre* air tight | . ' do. dof fimpireSair tight ; do. dof Double | >vea ' ! do. do| Rotary ? do. doj •1 Hole | • ! do....

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

' "II -N ' JSB jrfrptn tho Cincinnati News. *. The Lc4p for Life Kentucky ranks! first among hcr5 sister states for the daring; courage and high toned honor of her chivaSwus sons; swift to take offence and as slickly' to %give, they avenge upon the spit, but malice never bar* bore in their hearts| - IVature has givehla befitting home to her favorite' sons. Tji| scenery tjjf Kentucky abounds in the wit*; and snlilinW soft and beautiful. We se*|" Knobs" Unstring with, tall trees, rear theirlfofty hcadskiH tliey iirfe lost in the' clouds, aiid tiicn sink gen'tly into lovely and teenunffttralleys." H|r rivers rush leaping, dashing, raimjtig like mad demons down the rugged h|igUts, llietij gently ilotvr ingon throng-li smjbng nicado^l.s, with a W som as unruffled o| the face of a sleeping babe. , .-, ., , :g* , . ., j .. >. The/sceneE of rli .f sketch is on ther» KollingFbrki"' On t ileiriglit frorh the watcf s cdgc^Be»p!erj^nijfenlarly, a "ijinob" to the heigtyof^'hundrwh...

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

.' ; '.Nfii?r,,gERiES OFj THE '¦{ Congressional Globe* Appendix. (TipriflSRESS, at,its last sfessipn, through ^-< tlje -joint library pnmruittee bf the two Houses, having;atithproedr a large suhacriptiptt for the Congressional Globe fend Appendix, ohdl tlie senate, by resolution, having directed luu niotle of preparing the: reports of its proceedings ^ and autjiorized tbesecre-. tiny of.tLs senate to contract witM the undersigned, stipiilatiug thatiherepo'rfe when Written oatshSl'bo sujectto Uie revision ofthe soeakera, the Cnngre** ioual Globo and AppondLx is luiw offered to the i public,-uol only as mi autlioutitf biit as an official account of the jirqceediuin' of. Congress mftje uiiflcr the ejfc and published l>y tho a\ttfloriry of tliat body. The undersigned originated the Uode of jourrinlizuig^!ejl>roceejlings:of,Cou?res.-i, which, UuisadopKe-i'l, is. to Ue perfectei with,the)aid aud under tliesu- ^ , pervis»a.ofCbngi-es«. 1*heif pabliiaition was the...

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

luamasviiie The iuK'|irning Dov«. ' Here \at ' ; l nrsrsaw that cur - riou'slittleCanaduiBbird, the: mourning dove. It came .hopping f ong the ground close to . thai inn* but theev Aiing was nut light enough to distKiguiS'more i ftanihat it wasvery small, ~" not so big asia.<pi|il> aud dark colored. It j jseems to!preferihE sandv road;? and as it|i» probably never mijiested, picked up the'oats or grain left by tike horses J It became so far domesticated as. to' approach mankind, although the sligllest advance towards' it sent it awav- War host, a very intelligent -*fian, told ine that ijt always came there on the hot summer iiijjlits; and we soon heard at various distance | its soft but exceedingly melancholy call. .. ft appears peculiar to this „p4rt of Canada, and is ihe smallest of.the dove kind. I knot^ootbing to compare with -its soft, cadeuced a|d plaintive cry; it almost makes one weep toj|iear it, and is totally diftereht frorti the c|r> of tto&a...

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

i A NATURAL BEttEDT, Suited to the Human (Jonstitutioii, and equal to the care of every curable disease,' vill bo found in VTBIGHT's INDIAN TEGBTA.BLB TILLS, '* OF THX 1 North Ameriean College of Health. T^iese extraordinmy Pills are c imposed of plants whfch grow spontajieonsly on om own soil, andore, theijeford, better adapted W our constitutions than Medicines concocted from foreij wdnigs, however well tliey may be compourided; uid as Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, are founded ipon the principle thati the'human body is in truth i e Subject to but one Disease, namely, corrupt humors, .and tliat said Medicine, cores this disease on natural priuc iples, by cleansiiig and pariij-ing the body, ix will b; nianifest that, ii" the constitution be not entirely e ihaustcd, a penicverance in their use, nccorrtlhig U i dicections, is absolutely certain to drive disease of every name from the body*. When wo wish to restore a -sv amp, or morass to fertility, we drain it ofthe s*i;&gt...

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

PORK AND BEEF. A FKV Barrels of a fine quality, for sale by JBENJ. 8AVRE. August, lath, '46, < " SIX CASES' YANKEEl NOTIONS^ /^jjrilPBlSl^G thefollbwmg: : , 600 gross coat, pant, vest, and, shirt Buttons; 200!dbz. Ivory, dress, and bafclt Combs; 405 rttpor* >t, }/ J* lJihch'Brlids; t 1,000 do. 24,3,4,«.8,10t12,14 16,18 &20T«ck»i , COP 'loz. spool Thread ;. ! liJO lbs, liunea, cotton, and silfc Thread; IjOjJ/00 skeins aud sewing Silks; 15,000 Needles, from No. 1 to H), fine croaHty; Pencils, Twist, Cord, BinilisKji^ Spoons, Bazors, f3o«ti. Brushes, Stay-laces,. Thimbles, Tape, Hooki ' & E y es, Sfe for sale by : Lj ons & Chandler. sept. 134ft\ «'' iTMJB '»ubflcriher, |t|jajiltml im past favors of his , *. i {&>% )* an< | .^. e i,u^Ff r<aE? =uulliy iiu-iles their lattentjoii'to 3ie' liewland splendii I lot of Goods now opening, consisting of x" Dry Cfoodt^ardiearti Crockery, Glass Wdre, Looking-glasses, ¦>••...

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

cokhbcteI WEkjJIr%^r«« »»»"•«'» ^p .vo5ATK PuS|s SB'H°f'f»f'r'!Er Man S, M|c tanku. ¦ P *Al1' ^^l 4 sswi Ml^rC r-^r a^s»t Gern.anu.la parjMerUutde bk do Del-co.ftlGUe«tBr- pariWillWatcr Canalbkdo Ch'*tercoltW(phcstcrpar|Bniu>or Coni bk do. Montgomeh-CT) ,- pnrtWeAfnr.wkhk Karuiers' bflc Backs cO par!Citi!(ens'bk de Karmcrs'U> Eekd'g p.uj(iloUe bk do . -Ea»t..n I - rf ?M»',s1;«co «° Northamptfm no snleil-radkfordhk do Lnncieswrlmidi' ' • pur|Allioh'ent!«mlM : I dfe Kar bk Lancaster : jmrj j. \ BRMON T. - i f _ •Lehalimi i l disjJBnnjt of Si. Albans 1 j t(JSHarri»hurt 1 ai'!ft5 'fl'Benniiigton — dis "iliddlettfvai 1 'lis An solvent banks J.ttis earisle ' J 1M Mki?isAOHVSETT8. Oolnmbiabriuge , purjAiUolvent Uiuks. tttis XorthumbUmd l«"i W1U1JE 1SLAN1) Miners' tilj l"ts\-iUc iiarlAU tolvent hanks 'J dis IVy'"Tik f'ilk'esb'e l?di.«> ! 'MARil.A-XD.! Pitts"'demand notes IdwIUaltSuiore banks i dis « ° coi-filfi-atos 1 disjI'nUpscnhk i dis " ' jiosruiitos 1 dia'Miuti-a...

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

LNEW GOODS FOll THE FAI]L OF 1846. OfTi ""r r<*ut- c'leaPer tua>i ever' offer«l In Aiis £i\J mju-ket ljefore, at sept. 34, 284G. -J^B. SALlf?Bl3BY'ti L I GROCERIES. AKGE stork of prime sugars, and more of that flrstli-ate Tea, just in at Salisbury's, sept 3, E8-16. v I WIDE SILKS, lautillaJ aud Aprons, and Alpaca aprons «at Salishurv-'si. J EDGINGS. ¦ pLNE- bssortment of black silk, thread, and cotton X' - Edffing*, just arrived st Salisburv's.-seiit3Jls4«. J ' . LADIES' SHOES. ^ Grea variety of the best style-nnd quality of} Gaitdrs, Baskias. ahd slippers—also a lot of extremely Ibvv priced shoes, just come at septS, 1846. Sal&huryV. w -^Sm ^3 HIOt EST Market price, will be paid for any qui utity of Butter, Oats, Bye, Corn, and'KLmnela, i« ,».. Salisbury's, sept 3, I84C. ' P '- J SATINETS. BAEJ and striped satfueti 20 per cent, cheaper than] cyer, just come at ' BalisburV's serjl. 3J1346. , ' i BROGAiNS. and Boy's Brogans, at the reduced'price ...

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