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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

NEW GOODS. /% S. PLfOKD & SON. ARE now- receiving a large assortment of Fall ahrl Winter Goods, which thry n-ill>ell for CasliL Birter, or approved Credit, as cheap as c[an ,be bought in town.— Tjieir assortmen|t cc-ntnins a full stock of Goods usually Mpt in country stores. D(?c. 10, 1846| ; SOLE and UPJPER LEATHER fdrsalc cheap enough, by S. S. M. & Son. S ~lMON'SrvVb]te'i,'and Burke & Story's Cast Steel Axes, for sale cheap, -and warranted first riite,; by M. & Son. i lj OTHER lot of those good Fanning J\.4 Mills, just rccejved-Valso, some larger of tlje same sort^,and.<WBl be sold cheap, by !' . M. & Son.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

¦" STOVES. FRANKLIN c4mbanafion cooking stoves. AVashington air tight . do. do. Ctmgress air tight' do. do. Empireair. tight ' do. do. D(|a,ble]oven , do. do. • Btitkry:!? j :' do. do. ¦ 4 Hole ' ' ' J : ! do. do. Viptorift , '. • '1 ¦ j. ¦• | do. do. r . rirlor^;- .;¦ - ¦' do. do. ' AiJ'tight Parlor stoves ¦ ;; Ciiureb! and «hop stores Stove Wares^falilynds-, .. .. . Bjpvejiij^, Eilbows; Zink, Ash pails, Coal Hods, Sot See. for sale'clieap'at Lyons & Chandlers/ , . jJHoatrose, sep,t. 22, 4846. :4fflM3^;t£MIJ3SliI^ BY' the Jafest newfsGen. l&ylor was cuttiris<lowil the Mexicans O^meakHislyv and; John Groves ^ iUip Gcu. Tailor of Monfj^^putti^i.flM'cjirnientii l»Ccordm2K^e}lutc.;.ft4L-«*d cpm$Me fall and fV>ter F^dns;V'^Ji^ haiio^jaeiyed: Tariff oWno Tariff, hefs'ljb^M^l^pIe^ Ms -enstoniers, with neat fits and sudjrtanlill 5\-flrk. s-ir.j i.; r; : ,! Cnuing, on sfjtfiUjpamt; ^;,Wpr«!|ijted.;tb jfjt:l ^I^i0^m&i^, yiiunglaa aboutl^^StW^i^m^]iin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 February 1847

istyac li.PostjtijpCd Askrocohing then-. FALL & \\fINTBRfloods, which, wili be sold cheap us can be bought in town. ' , . V P'fench, English, arid'American Cloths. ¦ Gold,.and steel-inixed Beaver do ^ Satinets and Kerseys. > Vblvct and Satin Vesti'ngs-ljricli. ', '. "! Plain nnd*])lni'd jpr'avais. ; ', '.,',.,'.! ,'. A^fiacca, Cashiiiere,iind d'tiairt Robes. . . Bonnet .Satins, purple a)id. blue.' '-' ' ,< '.. 'iBotmet trininiihgg.—ricb. .i-'; ''.'"' . 'I)regs tKtnrntng8>Jfringe8)ivflIt''et'ltil)nnd8, Gimps. _ . . .ri .....j ../,.>¦ , ...; ' ''PHntui"60 piccesr—fronii 5'tii25c^^e'ryct. 1 Cltnffuain8;v p1iun,'aiiH< tWu'4>lric>)*: ^olVu'.< ;; Shawls-i-.Br6chej tVnfflcptiluiice.' ¦ '¦ '"'' r Grocei'iesl'Jnfg(i'niisortm« nW,.", ^^^if^^^per'll^';'';'.;""_';;'.; '.' Irpni'Spring-^Veeli1 NpSls IJaiid-irbti and crow-hare;; ;".";'- !; :,.;! ,:'":' \:''XT'^'Hardware ofe>iery kind,:'''- " ' !'; . ¦'i;j»-*.bt".:i! >...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

11^-ff^l|^;^^ttfc ^•'•tCitrihlTO IVEKV THUUWir MOSSIHO, 1J*|!''I ^ ]¦ J.!d,:,..--..BOW'ifc.BOY». • • ':"^rt;i ,; j (Office qs the; west side of the Fublk>Avet«iei^; I' l^Bm-^JNE DOt LABaTiwinBdvari*.^': Oko Dollar Fifty Cento if not paid Wittait tktve months, and if delayed until, after tho oxpiruipn <tf WlpSr two;do!uOT will btf "acted. J ' ', ,• ,, DftcuntiniUniios optional with the Publ»iker» ,i unless lirrearases ore paid. ¦ . ." .s.i t,.,w. wSeVrtotoe Thblishers on bosmewl^ith me'offacSttitWpMt-pwd/to inmrgattention, j; .•¦*:&¦}

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

l"J i :'.f)0CtttJ.' ¦= ¦• l'.V-¦. ¦• § — ..:'" - ' H i I THE ANGEVSVrma. ; - ; • I ¦ BT smest. lover. ' 'f> Tfierc is a cectain German aapcrstition that when a sufuleu silence takes place in a company, on angel 'attlat moment.makes a circuit around them, and •tbo jjft person who breaks the silence- is supposed |W ii|rc been tonched by the wings of, the seraph, y-(For pie purpose of poetry, I have thought two persons iprteferable to many, in illustrating this very beautiful superstition. , . I When by the evening's quiet light ; There sittwo silent lovers,' J ••¦ They-say, while in sach silent flight, ¦': J\a angel:round diem hovers; iiifi And further still old legends tell— ,,....(• The first who brcaWs the silent spell,. . ' To say a soft and pleasing thing, ; E Hath felt the passing angel's wing. ¦ »/ . i I Thus a musing minstrel strayed ' ¦ ¦ t By the summer ocean, ft ¦ i' | Gazing on a lovely maid, ¦ | With a bard's devotion: , ) I Yethislove he neverspoke, ; 1 Till n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

I the Child's First Grief* 6 BT MRS. BEXS.NS. fOh! call toy brother back tome! -i | I cannot play alone.; , ¥he summer comes with flower and bee—I Where is my brother gone f The butterfly is glancing bright . § Across the sunbeam's track : I care not now to chace its flight, 1 Oh! call my brother back - The flowers run wild—the flowers We sowM i — I Around Our garden tree-: /" ¦ four vine is drooping with its load— * \ Oh ! call him back to me !" fHe would not hear thy voice", fair child j Ho may not come to thee; . ' he face that oucs like spring-time smiled, j On earth no more thoul't sec^ | • '~v, %. rose's brief, bright life of joy, {Such unto him was given; j o—thou must play alone, my boy! j Thy brother is in heaven." [ And has he left his birds and Sowers K j , And must I call in vain J - &.nd through the long, long summer hours; 8 Will henet«oirte.«gamT ati3 "by the brook aad in the glade, jl Ard all ttor wanderings o'er ? Oh '. while tny brother with me play'd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

i tmMMs^c^i^' M^^tim T^^j^f^pM^t^mi^nS^S^ MWWWfcvjj iH'iji)p|. i .-,'4* t'J-'rfVM ^drwTww iSil^^*1 ^^ p^#liaM^t^ ^^^^^^^Si ¦rUtt}:y?' j in vns.:u i\iy<.-.Ti.'-u,^)i<);jA tiilf"?!iW? m ' iJrt&taimmiM should Ua«A«sli with^a*i^ tfa. ¦^M^^OMn sqaut^ . ,.„. iJ-iy «j t,-raw-» ^jj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

V ittisKthmn. I A CALL OW MBS. POLK. ^ •"¦ <|rt a Vecent visit to Wn^h' tngtbn, I tocifc the liberty of walking to the Presidential , lit)|se, Unattended and . unrecoramended^ and^in pp nio, republican style rang the ehtrat|» bell, solus. Quickly there appeared at trie door a good looking, fresh complexionjd servant, w"ho politely awaited iay d'eraajid. He was not an American, out1 an Irijimaji, resetnbliug an Engltthmin, eisf cem in the well-known brogue. Hi| maor nerlwas easy and unasiuraing, indicating fanfiliariky with the duties of bis offici. and a r&diness to represent the good willjof an 1 American President. A difierent chiracter fio£ old Jemmy, the steadfast porter) of th? paJlce during the reign of Andrew Jackson. Jen|my seemed to have a kind heart, for he ti>o|s an Irtsliman<but'fa'e was awkward abd unpolished, not very particular in his dress, noi|overetocked with urbtnity of speech, f»- pe'aallf when a visitor made an unncessarr «sl|b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

Wit LI AM HVBLIIVOi A TiLI Or THB PHILADELPIIU'EIOTI. I BT ntED. OREELT. ".Be sure your sin shall find you out.]"—BiatE. The following story is~a fearful;comment on the above passage" of Holy Writ, ii The Writer feels that he has trodden ojn delicate ground. While penning a lesson fqr his jyouug fellow citizens, he has not iitteinpted to bring any political notion into, disrepute. iHe has striven to show up some facts that iwere connected ;with that awful time.-^ Were it not for the respect due to the surviivors of those, concerned, he would have giv-!en more 6<i!r«! developments. With tint partizan cries iof those times the story has hathjtugtodo. Its moral is the fearful conse-Iquences of youth.raising their hands in violence against each other.; and it is well known thai! the direst part of that drumh was enacted byjybutb, for whose acts no political J>arty was responsible. " Ram ^ lUr home, Ned. Seven fingers and three slugs. will be about enough for Brogan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

Want of CoWrteJiy. !,'¦,. The most striking ana,.pre 'ailing, defect ,, in the maunq-s of Ainerilaiis is, I bel'iKve, n want of court :sy. , This has: nijseu fronvthe genieral equalI ty pf rights! condition and education,.-And tt arises-in part from that mavvaise. Aonle, or shyness, so characteristic of our Englis 1 anccstors|roui whom, we inherit it. A little,reflcc|on vould remove this defect. What do I Imeaii by cyurtesy, .and how isth; want of it Show 1, do ypu ask? A few fwiiitci -s since,, a well-l red. foreigner came to the i iitrripr, and] look lodgings at a village inn, fur the purphse 9I learning the English language.,' To|acilute its .acquisition, he geiie-allyprcferijid remaining in the receiving room of the toVern, where travellers were passing-in hrif out. His Writing tahie .was placed before'fie1 firs'. .When the women came sliiyeririg hi froi 1 a ldng;drive in the stage;Coach, liR:m|ived i»i» jubletnthe coolest corne- of iher'ooln; m inded the fire, drew chairs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

'" ; ^etttti f twiite OpWratiJitffpWjV'i'ii* ; ¦ ¦ n U:- ¦¦^¦*lc**a^.i«m&«trifcih in ; \ M^^M^tfh&nB^^ ^M^^k]^y::^m' !&i ¦ in^ 'ThY Bed ^ing'ygaxe ii, neaxlr ' and contains abot/t six h'undrea1^ wniTv,! ' A ^jflS??," *«J» ,'hl? »MJm,OT.UmE*:; ,> ^mo !^fe .te iwiX-jiK-*'1' rapst u^agnificent| patjpramaipf the "wiMefr n?ss» *h* *$$:W$&M'. sunset'prafent i ¦^*l««iPM'««».c>1pf,*iam"jBnd thwi i reality.1-,These. rtddn)ains!frBm4imeimuie>! monal.havebeeriusepai'tiie^aRa^'^lie^! Kdian'Wflr partres have offere^uoiuii sacrifices; previous td'.gb hglia hattKl^i 1 the present time.hbwcjver, thejfr VnifywIuS. i itartts; are; ratjleinakes Whiph *jum^:on< their suunyislopeir or In 'plefts^olf SeTMcM !' durMg.the long Vummer.' Xud'triui-/it 'ui! throiighriut tlie wprhttin the: wHernew'aa- i welt as thri 'city,'death and the beautiful''' arevcver linked togethei- in an1 uu^raiten' brotherhood: !Vi'^:* f* ¦^¦¦ ' ¦^^^^l ^,] I bifily,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

Nccj?| of ll)g tocek ~ r FBdIh WASHINGTON. . Passage of The Wtlmot Pnoviso.—With surprise almost equal to oar gratification, . we learn thatftbe famous Witmot Proviso, that righteous>and courageous national repudiation oft |nd frown upon, the sin of slavery, has passed the House of Representatives. A fuSljhouse was in attendance, nnd .the vote was jakeu after all the time demanded by jtlu: Southern men had been consumed, in debute and political influence, out door* and in | ami the result was that there were 115 yerufto 105 nays—decisive enough, and full of Hope for the future. Whatever snay be thefiae of the proviso in the . Senate, the moral influence of such a repeated ..and emphatic]condemnation of slavery bv the Representatives of the people, will be to send ^wiralysiji and terror to tlie system. AH ty^e will nqw| turn to the Senate; and we are sure that the stedfnst sentiment at the North, whosejinfluence has produced this result in the (louse, will not be without...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

at ban 1 ... From the Public Ledger. I^ate from Mexico. aanta At^na am—Gen ^ Taylor passed I'ietortQ on his march to Tampico — The i Clergy refuse to furnish tie Contribution required—Revolution against Santa Anna projected by them—New Cabinei Resigned— Vera Cruz feebly garrisoned, and but little resistance expected— The Blockade evadad—Capture of a French Ship. Washington, Feb. 18—7 o'clock. Havana dates to the 6th insr.^ received at Charleston^ furnish later intelligence from Mexico, received by the arrival of the packet from Vera ,Cruz. Santa Anna still remained nt San Luis with n forcts of 22,000 men. Gen. Taylor, it is stated,; had left his recent position, and had passed Victoria with 6000 men. He was supposed to be on his march to Tam pico. The Clprgy of Mexico had refused to contribute 'the eight millions required to be raised by them, and were "much excited against Sarita Anna, endeavoring to get up a pronunctnmento against him. The ne* Cabinet, it was reported, h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

,t! From the Public Xedger. From Washington. ^i ; Washington, Feb. 16, 1847. Tlte Conjtpnny appointments from Pennsylvania, sent iubythe President on yesterday, have all been confirmed. The fol lowing companies have been^iccepted, and will be mustered Into the service : Captain Butler's Dragoons. " t Riddle's Infantry, ) I " . ¦ Syberg's do. . • (, "* Barnard's do.; J f«>ni Philo. *& < Hunter's, from Carlisle. ".;'• ^ Irwin's, from Juniata. ^•¦; 4Guthrie>, from PiUsbnrg. , "f i Moore's, from Bedford & Franklin. ' One or|wo of thew appointments, it is underetood, will be struck dff, a. represeutationsfaadbeen tnadefo the Prc5ideht of th«rL being full when they were not so'at the ome-; ^whde other companies have been rei\d f P}*%° the field for a month or so and were tin consequence excluded. The * President [is determined to tianU cases full JUItlCe. Ji!| . :.':-.n !!' -...- .' : , ^TJie Field OrHce r. of the. Regiment will "IS a«S, !^«^^*i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

*.. ... T n „ r ,,,.„ ,, , ., ^ m imi ^ f,.||'.:sj—-~i~^~ •• Hefe sb ll%e frc»»£the-P«*! le's rights I naJotoin Uuavved Jjr^jnfltonce^aiul util ribed by g<| iu." „...¦! lJL^.1. . ^1 ' jiS..".^"- "*^*': ^^-y.*-^—-'-.— j - 'I ,. MOHTBOSE.. FEB:9*!rl8~<l». ' i"i '. Towinshin Ele:U»na. - 80 fat ns-AVfrhave learnitd, the P^ ople o the coutty turned out very generall;, on thi 20th ins . and cast their votes in 1 noro suitajile ine^tji.sery.^jdjcnj ,iti0§^fi: eralpf fices to e supplied, with.Hie'jiqdeni nd^nci of enligl tened freemen, regardless e f dicta tion frot 1 anyiqunrter. UUpeculin lygrat ifyingtc us to! discover tbtto large major! ty of the se elected to flic p aces of ii ipst Jm portanct and m the highes: trust, wire met who acV nowledge no allegieuce to tieFin proof pa rty or; to any of its, unscrupuj oas od herent*. ' ' ' '. ' i ' Relov we give the rettrinsdf the! Town ship" eltctibns on the sale( of liqunri.' Tlv result si ows an aggregate! majority ifnbo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

*». —,— j 1 The Licence Question. 1 ' The vote " for" and « against llih sahr^f liquors'' was taken on Friday lolt by tlie qualifij 3 electors of the several Townships in this boun ty, to determine wheth|r bouses should be licensed to sell " spirituojis br vip->tus liq lors" as heretofore authorizJd bylajw in ther respective Township*.; Tlie result conclu lively shows that tlie new I*f, though j benovo cntly designed^is calculatel to operate \ei)f unequally—to mike "-Jtsl of oiie, and fit\sh of another." The ihlirilitants bf j one cl pction district prefer that t|e public ! houses wiihin it's limits should not beliceiis-| ed. Those of uu adjoining district clioose that thp old law with nllffts salutarjv restrictions s lould continue in force. T re consequence is, that privileges and imini tiitiesnle extend i'd to aclnsspfmen.injineTjwnship, which are denied to others of I like ojccupatiiin nnd equally meritorouSof othtr and adjoining Townships. This | certainly works ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

^:^i^^ff f!^'! ^m^m^mm^ ««»8W o«r^ State;&giaWn;ia&«]o3d muph intercsrou>J*ettder»:' Ffom the great number of iietitioniprese^tedrhUeve^the difrertiirConJmit^Mjmust^bavBiplemrof work on hand. s i- . , ' .-. .,', .On the lGihjS&st. Gov. SjFiunk; ^ ani« •age to the Legiilritiire, hy Which it appear, Jhat the interestd.ue oh the 1st of^clwuary '^•i08 not bee»!paid; the deficit amo«n^ «ng to 8200^)d%^He r^omSe^tntpai. sage of nn act .'^utliorising tlie Treasurer to negotiate a temporary loan for the mmm. diate payment of ihe interest noW^due, and pledging the .accruing revenue over the ordinary demands of the Treasury for itepay. ihent." " • \ •'-'¦ V' Several remonstrances havebeeh prefentedfrom citizens of Susqaehaon,, comity «. gainst the confirmation of Col. M. C. Tyler ris Associate Judge. '¦¦ <'.-.. On the 19'thj a resolution passed the House, directing the Comiiiittee.on E'duc*. tiou to inquire into the expediency of establishing one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

nicxican News; The National Intelligencer has files of late Mexican Journals, the Lot omoier nnd the Iudicndor, of Vcrn'Cruz,- running from the 31st uf December to the 15 Ii of January. Besides their original matter, they embody copious extracts from the newspapers of the cnpitol and, the Depart mints—details not brought us by the usual mcl hods. The Indicador of the 31st cl* Dec.says-: " The war absorbs all our mention. 11ml there is not a citizen who wool i, riot deem it 11 crime to countenance ni ytlung that might tend to disturbance, whili: tlie pn"Hic enemy is at Juind to take advantage of it or to rejoice at it. It is only through this feeling that the failure of the go ver ueut to forward ihe supplies, 6tp., necessary to the defence of this place and of the Cistlc of San Juan de Ulloa is deplored omoi g us. The Monitor expresses grea. dissatisfaction at what it considers the fail jre of^anta Annn'splanof repellingour invasion, by withdrawing hisdefensivc force from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

i At his old tricks a,rain| ThejBradfonrf:R^pprtCTtnan, whbkicktd at the JJuiikof Susquehrmtiq co.hjifi|:a. lev ruonthssi,nct, npd to whomiwc applied tlie lash f)(|co|ursd»!iiriw that theauit wSieh ha J been bfriigbt against Hini by'said j bank. tig the 8uiity| -tit !iutarMtef ^^ Cashier, !|wiieeii settled^ uriexppQte^iy and :W sensc.'^'.. | r?a!itiidu;;h^ifpri his; eje*iiia:noir rearing ^pitching Mdi^o»iw»^n||pfArentl r ir iriro ti 1lw'*^:iHc^n'vehiehce ;ti(|ti the Vlarni1 w t|io»etSvnomci hb-!Wou!d'^nrifiri'.'. % JrkU(of ihe ^ag^iOt*. recomnvendc4 with* 1 n«siirasfc«|f^h^ fo.-JMs;, suU^r^t ttwbi i' prcfOTsstiesofraany who were exc^edingh vieious.| -iiii-iiK'- •-¦!'•' •!-=•"•" " j ,"'"'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

"cw Counties, and the Lcdcrcr. It is not a little surprising that the Public Ledger, ofPJiiludelphia, should devote a leading editorial; to the purpose of influencing the Legislature against a-division of Luzerne county^ That the citizens ofCarbondale and; its vicinity should desire a division and the erection of a new County appears to us both reasonable and propel. .Carboiidale is one of the largest, and in a . business -point of view, 'most, important towns in the northern tier of counties. 'litis Situated thirty-three miles from Wilkesbar"re, the seat of justice in Luzerne. If ever a division was properly " suggested by eje-^ensive territory>" or called for by the public interest, we think the case under consideration bne of that description: and confess that it is not a little mysterious to us that the .Ledger should feel constrained; to least itsinfluen'co into the ^ scule of opposition to; the consummation of so desirable an objectj—An "i/eaiit^-pi«'A"t'mny have ...

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