Montrose Peoples Advocate in Montrose, Pennsylvania
12 Nov 1846

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Montrose Peoples Advocate (Newspaper) - November 12, 1846, Montrose, PennsylvaniaA agree tempera up in a they Cari Dllcie that the governor has been hoaxes hoping Abo that their apparent voluntary diversion will induce me to return to Springfield. At the distance and for want of pro Cise information u to their late movements amp is impossible Here to determine what re intention of the mob is but every map meet from Hancock assures us that if we go Over with a Maui Force Thev pretty universally threaten us with a flogging. This we conceive indicates a bad state of things there and does not at All confirm their professed Dispost ton to return to the Rule of Law Ond order. From All that has occurred heretofore and from All hat we 0011 Quot a a learn of their intentions we cannot resist the conviction that die dispersion of the mob is but temporary and is intended merely As a ruse to induce the return of the troops and we make no doubt if return it that we a Rould scarcely run in Home before we would least that they had re assembled As numerous and As despotic As Ever. It pc Are of opinion that if we were to Albur ourselves to be deceived by such tricks we might Beix employed marching and counter marching Between this and sprite afield for Quot a month of come. We have determined to go on add so now the Public May confidently look Ifor accounts from in str r and Carthage of a the Gross deception whip i has been Practised upon the governor Ani How. He has been hoaxes to March a Force there when there Ivas no occasion. For it. I am Mist respectfully your Obj diet Thomas flt us servant of Pennsylvania Leo Isle tire. Session or 1847. Editors convention. The following resolutions adopted by a convention of editors assembled at new Brunswick Fon the 26th of August ult receive our a to cited approbation. No one except lost id a sense of the response Mility attending tie editorial profession can Tail to Admire thei tone. H e recommend them to the consideration of our neighbors in the North hoping they May profit by the enlightened suggestions which they contain and catch tip pc spirit which they breathe. Whereas the newspaper press exerts a wide and co it Roling influence Over the opinions thoughts habits morals and Well being of the people in every free state and is a powerful Euine either for Good or for evil therefore resolved. That As guardians of this Miffy to eng pie a responsibility rests upon us and that it is our duty to use the High Mist confided to on care with a due regt Frd to the interests of humanity., j resolved that As the sentinels of Public Freedom anti Public virtue we ought to encourage Temperance Industry morality Atad religion Tail uphold the legally constituted authorities in the exercise of their just and lawful pow Hsy to maintain the supremacy of the Laws to frown on mob violence and seek by every Means tie maintenance of Public order a / resolved that the seventy Power or effect of a written article or discourse is not owing to its a card words or contemptuous and reproachful Zierins which it May contain but to its facts find reasoning so and hence that it is Unis amp discourteous and beneath the dignity of Pur calling to resort to i such Means in conducting a paper warfare. Resolved that our profession in useful Ness and importance Lipold no second place and that in exercising its functions our Courtesy towards each other land uie Public should be of jul to the dignity of our profession. A to a resolved that the general tone of the press in the state would be much elevated and improved if in discussing questions of of Public importance or narrating facts we should carefully abstain from terms of contempt and ibb Louv and As far As possible adopt in or Public character the same urbanity and a Courtesy which we acknowledge in our personal Intercourse with society and each other tent Eranee convention. At a meeting of the Temperance society the Mlo Wirig resolutions were adopted i i it resolved that As Temperance Iben we will awake buckle on our Armor and fight with redoubled Zeal in this cause if truth for the times demand it. The destroyer is with us Atiz i on every Side his victims Are falling. Resolved that we have cause to rejoice that a new weapon has been Given Lis with Omni Pontet Power and needs but faithful using to insure Victory a a tis the ballot Box. Resolved that a Temperance convention Forth county of Susquehanna be held at the cart Bouse on monday evening of november court for the purpose of taking proper measures to Advance the Temperance refer i and that a Large delegation from every township be invited to attend. Resolved that citizens of the county Friendly to the abolition of the License system with it regard to the question whether they Are members of to Temperance society or not be solicited to attend said convention. J resolved that the question be there discussed whether the citizens of said county ought to yet the for the Sale or against the Sale of intoxicating drinks and that any persons holding Tai pfc opinion that they ought to vote for the sail of liquor be requested to attend and disc is that great question. In with the above the committee sex amp and a a cordial invitation to every society be fully come and discuss the a a License come wit warm hearts and let us redouble our Zeal in die Noble cause. We Faavela new weapon placed in our baud so a an argument bit s most convincing a powerful in the hands of the faint hearted and will he heard sad ceded when words of warning and entreaty pass a a like the Idle let us meet for consultation and Jodom on monday eve of next court. We have reason to rejoice that the time has come when the Ujj Mizens of Susquehanna one and ail Are to a made responsible for traffic in Poison Grith All it consequences. By order of the committee. F Benj. S. Bentley i we. Round i i i l. Post. A n. Mitchell i George Fuller. Senate. I Lnla. City if. A Crabb Charus Gibbons. A 2phila. County Oliver p. Corns it Henry l. Benner William f. Small a 3 Montgomery George Richards. 4 Chester fit Delaware if. Williamson. 5 Berks John Potteiger. 6 Bucks Josiah Rich. 7 Lancaster fit Lebanon John p. Sanderson a. Herr Smith. 8 Schuylkill Pike Monroe fit Carbon i Jim. Overfield. F. 9 Northampton 4b Lehigh Jacob i Boas a j 10 Susquehanna Wayne fit. Wyoming of. H Dimmick. Ii Bradford amp Tioga Gordon via Ion. 12 Lycoming Clinton 4b Centre in. Flarris 13 Luzerne 4b Columbia w. S. Ross. 14 Northumberland 4c Dauphin Benj. Jordan. A 15 Mifflin Juniata 4b Union j. Wag go seller. 16 Perry 4b Cumberland William b. Anderson. A 17 York Philip Smyer. 18 Franklin 4b Adams Thos. Carson. 19 Huntingdon 4b Bedford John Morrison. 20 Clearfield Indiana Cambria 4b Armstrong we. Bigler. 21 Westmoreland,4b Somerset Samuel m 22 f Ayotte fit Greene Charles Black. 23 Washington e g. Creacraft. 24 Allegheny 4b Butler John Levis George Darsie. A 25. Beaver 4b Mercur Robt. Darragh. 26 Crawford amp Venango j. P. Hoover. 27 Erie Jesse b. Johnson. 28 Warren Jefferson Clarion Potter fit my Kean Joseph l. Gillis. Democrats in roman whigs in italic a new members marked thus a a native american thus t House of representatives. Adams James Cooper. Allegheny Alezi Hilands Daniel m1 Curdy t. J. Bighorn John s. Wilson. Armstrong d. Clingensmith vol Bradford i John l. Webb v. E. Piollet Bedford James Burns or. John Sipes. Beaver John Allison John Sharp. Berks Charles Levan John c. Myers Volpi Long Jacob Graff. Butler John r. a Fucks John Dixon John Robins Geo. Warner. Crawford so a Krick j. K. Kerr Centre 4b Clearfield s. Worrell John Reynolds. Chester Geo. La try Henry g. Evans Thos. K. Bull Columbia Stewart Pierce. Cumberland James Mackey Armstrong Noble. Cambria a Nichoel Hasson. Delaware Sketchley Morton. Dauphin a James Fox Theo. Gratz. Erie do Vid a Gould we. Sanborn. Franklin John m. Pomeroy Thompson m Austen a Fayette t j. A Philips we. Colvin. Greene j. I Boughner. Huntingdon 4b Blair David Blair h. Briden thattis Indiana. W. C. M Knight a Jefferson Clarion 4b Venango John Keatley William Perry. Lebanon a John Bossier. Lehigh 4b Carbon Peter Bowman Alexander Lockhart. Luzerne i Nathan Jackson George Fern Steinacher. Lancaster d. W. Patterson Abraham Shelby Joseph c. Dickinson Christian Bentz George Morrison. Lycoming Clinton 4b Potter Timothy Ives Benjamin f. Paulding. Mifflin William Reed. Montgomery John s. Weiler George Westner John Thompson. Mercer Thomas Pomeroy Robert Black. Northumberland Samuel Hunter. Northampton 4b Monroe James Vliet John Jacoby p. 31. Bush. Perry John Souder. Phila. City Benjamin Matthias Thomas g. Conner w. W. Haley w. Montelius Charles b. Trego. Phila. County Thomas Daly t. S. Fer non Thos. H. Forsyth John k. Laughlin Stephen d. Anderson John Kline Henry matter John Rupert. Samuel Kaufman a w. Lay bum. Somerset Joseph r. Edit. Susquehanna amp Wyoming David Thomas Schuyler gusset Tioga John c. Knox. Washington t. Richard Donaldson g. V. Lawrence. Westmoreland George r. Haymaker James Clark John Fausold. A a Warren j my Kean 4b Elk j. Kinnear. Wayne pc Pike Pope Bushnell Union do Juniata Jacob . M min. 1 York Tom. My Abee ind we. Ross d. L. Be Filey. Democrats in roman whigs in italic. Sind deceased. Fossil remains of to the v. 8. Gazette p. Very remarkable discovery has recently been made of Fossil re Mains of the human species. They consist of the Bones of the Pelvis and were Dimov feed by or. M. W. Dickerson in the Mammoth Ravine near Natchez miss., in the same stratification with the Bones of the Meg therium Mildoon Mega Onyx the tap in Castrodes Zebra Bison Elk a Gigantic horse a nondescript animal discovered also by Dickerson and below those of the Mastodon and a strata no containing Marine shells. This discovery to perhaps the most Pretnar Kauble one that has lately characterized the propels of modern geology these curiosities Bate been deposited in the rooms of the Academy of natural science. New Jess or election a we learn by the Newark advertiser that new Jersey has elected Neathy the whole whig tid tet. The stands Asci lows a Senate whig 12 Democrat 7 Assembly a a 46 a a12 giving the whigs a majority of 39 on joint ballot. A to whip have Abo elected 4 of Befi hot a a 1. Udarl Eitria urdu Warye a due was fought Down of Afaq neck Day before yesterday be tween two who were resolved to do or die for satisfaction to wounded Honor. The seconds had determined Tufit it should be bloody affair so they procured a Supply of the sanguinary fluid from a a Slaughter House they proceeded to arrange the principles at respectable dueling distance and placed the weapons in their finds. Fire f Bong went tie pistols and at the same moment one of tie belligerents Felt a Shock and a queer sensation about the Region or his dinner. Finding his person bloody he staggered into the arms of his Seto and when his antagonist Fulling upon his Knees uttered the most sorrowful exclamations and began to implore forgiveness of the supposed wounded. Man. A shout of laughter brought both parties to their senses when they discovered that they had been made the sport of their waggish companions. Decidedly pleased at the escape a each had made but More than half disposed to be an by at the joke they at length made up friends and sealed the Bond by Liquorino al routed. The combo Tants declare that a duet is not at All the pleasant thing it is cracked up to . Ledger. 3iiss Dix the philanthropist whose life has been devoted to works of pure beige to Lecce and who has done More perhaps than any other individual to ameliorate the condition of the insane in our Arltol we regret to learn lies dangerously ill at the Lunatic Asylum Columbus Ohio. We Hope soon Tei hear of her recovery for her death would be a great Public press. By a later account we learn that miss Dix is recovering. V 1 \ the army. The Washington u Nion says a a a report has gone out that the army at Monterey was in want of ammunition. We understand that this was not. The Case arid we understand it from the officer who had just arrived from the Camp. The War department has we Are informed issued on enormous amount of munitions of War not less than 16,000 rounds of ammunition % Field and siege guns and Over 6,000,000 cartridges for Small arms. We learn that besides their own supplies of in army took on the 21st and 22d Ultimo a Large Quantity of ammunition from the Ehe Tny. But of course All these matters will be it braced in the despatches which we shall hasten to Lay before our readers the moment Oljey can col. Fremont a correspondent of the Alexandria gaze who dates his letter on Board the a i. A frigate Savannah Monterey California july 19,�?� says y a col. F Remonte a party arrived Here yesterday having bad so Nie pretty hard fighting with the mexicans and indians. They Rumber about 200, and Are the most daring a he Hardy set of Fellows i Ever looked upon hey Ore splendid a marksmen and can Plant it Bullet in an enemy a head with their hordes at full Gallop. They never think of eat Iii bread but live upon meat All the time they never sleep in a House but of the a round with a Blanket around them their Saddle for a Pillow Aud a Rifle by there Side r should like to give you some More minute account of them,1 but time will not and la Mit 5 did no to take a a trial it Detroit for murder last week about fifty a tors were summoned before a pannel could lie obtained for the trial some few had Conci Etious scruples Mariy had expressed opinions on the subject and one on being challenged said he did not know whether be bad a a formed an opinion or not but that ice did not take any he was excused immediately. A the Ohio to Tanto Efa. A letter from col. Weller of 1st regiment Thio volunteers numbering 370&Quot men received at Washington says his regiment lost 15 killed and 39 wounded. Among the former was one lieutenant and among the latter an adjutant and . ¿1st of jurors drawn for novel bar team a a a 1846. 6raa4 Amr wre. Auburn Oliver c. Roberts s. L. Cooley Samuel Carter Bridgewater Abijah Bush Lyman Baldwin Linus Watrous Myron Baldwin William Holbrook. A Brooklyn Richard Williams. A Clifford James Chambers. Dirac Dkl Luke Bla Irislee. Forest Luke Orange Mott or. Franklin Harry Smith l. N. Smith. Gibson a. Hamilton. Herrick Abel Kent. Jessup Daniel picket Lenox Andrew Coon Rod. Liberty Asher b. Hance. Middletown Chrintine Galutia. Montrose a. B. Salisbury. New Milford John Badger. Rash Abel Chatfield. Silver Lake Jos. Gaige. Traverse jurors. 1st week. Bridgewater Jeremiah Brando Cyrus Stewart Jos. R. Lewis. Quot Brooklyn John r. Ely. Choconut Luther Stanley. Cliff Brda we. S. Gritman Asher Peck. Dimock we. L. Vaughn. Franklin we. C. Luley Rinnan. Great Bend Sylvester Barnes Aaron Thomas Harmony Joseph Austin. Herrick Thomas Arnold. Jackson Nathaniel Norris. Jessup Abel Sherman. Lenox Hugh 31ead. 31ontrose�?avery Frink George Fuller. Middletown Garrad Stone John Buxton or. New Milford James Boyle Vafed Beardsley Norm an foot William Harding Josli us James l. Fargo Perrin Lathrop Henry Pepper. Silver Lake Maurice 3iacdonald, Edwin Bliss. Springville Jonas Phillips Tho Mascas Sady Amos Williams. 1 Homs on Joel Lamb o. L. Carpenter. 2nd week. Auburn Thomas Bagley Luther r. Seelye. Bridger water Benj. Shay. Brooklyn Elisha lord s. A. Newton Washington Bagley. Clifford Arthur Smith Pulaski Chamberlin Jno. Baker. Choconut Harry w. Cox. Dimock we. Miles Alan son Coy or Rin Fargo. Forest Lake Geo. W. Ball Gibson Roswell Gill to Samuel. Ingalls. Great Bend Henry Warner John Colston. Harford Daniel Oakley. Jackson Cephas Corse. Liberty Rogers Kenyon Gideon South Worth Griffin Stilwel. Lenox Pelug c. Hopkins Galutia a. Grow Jesse Benjamin John Marcy. Rush Loren Tupper James Bolles. Springville Justus Knapp James Kas son s. A. Loomis. Silver Lake Michael Powers Samuel destroy. Thomson Samuel a a Tiff Ioir a a to a Briwn to in costar and a Iridine a orb Rcpt Nan a Elaind sick Nacsa Vaj Roble App Ute Neil do or it War by complexion amp a. Are the sniff symptoms of Livor comm Sint. A t Wrights a Indian vegetable pills Are al Entys Ceri Tain to Remore to above Cemp Lainta be Csuy a they Porgo film the Bod those morbid Hnin a which Are die rinse not Only of All disorders of the liver hot olt Ertry malady incident to Man. A Wingie 25 cent How Vvs a in All a Asee give Relief and perseverance will most or Saredy drive every particle of did Ltd be from the body. F Wing his a Indian vegetable pills aim completely Eleary a the stomach and Bowel of so Mons and putrid Hui More and there fire Are a certain cure for a 1 do Tatary cholera Morona Aud other Disarden Tif the intestines 1 Rii Dhia be remembered that or. Edward a Cole of or. Joh Ldixon of Easton 1�?T�., and 5 Essry. Browning amp. Bin the a of Philadelphia. Are not agents of ours Andi As they Purchase no Wrights Indian Vegeto ble a polls at or office we cannot guaranty As genuine any Medicine they May have for . Agents for the Sake of Wrights Indian vegetable pills in Montrose Mills amp. 8nern an. For. Other agencies Ike advertisement in another column. To the ladies i. Head the Abd Nerroth complaints Are a source of much suffering no to nervous Are neg ulary prone to have thir a functions disordered by an oppressed a of edition of the stomach. To to Clieve d state of Sib much distress in which mind Andy participate Smiths sugar coated in dial vegetable Piffl Are highly eco Iive amp fled As Byj com bin my a Onetio tonic and ape Rient properties there move Alli oppressive accumulations strengthen the stomach induce a healthy appetite and iwo Xart Tau Quality to the her votes system. They also abuse Dys Pep coughs and Cpl is and bilious complaints. Office Gree Utvich Street Large Bruu Block be Milays ask far the improved India i Vegeto see that i. Benj. Smith is to crib a in with a pen on the Bottom pm the Box. \ agents2�?n. Mitchel amp co. And j. Ethridge Montrose. A a a. Of so stray cow j Zame into the enclosure of the subscriber on sunday the 27th ult., a red Milch cow with Long horns the Points turning in 5 or 6 years old. I the owner can have her j d by proving pro Yerty paying charges and a to e a Beriber time Klej Rich Druid theron lie re Attee Tion to spec opt it my. Con Tutie of 11 thy Good Hardi Glass Ware lot Green to a which will be Solda slows it 28. N. , Groin a faqs tallow beeswax e Ever Bors n from a it Are up at to Beju Lyl hat a he to Tod a he pest As offered in this ply a a. 3 Wagon ind seasoned by the person who use shop Bat blocks 81 ice qom std to return tto i it s3,1840. Be a window Glass amp t by 7, 8% m lobby 16 by 8, 10 by 12, i by 15 by 8, 10 by 14, 12 by 16 by 12 y 18 and 14 by Glass. 9, 8 by 10 10 by 12, 10 by 14 for Sale by j a Lyon amp Chandler sept. 30. 184g. Quot 1 it a -5 r Blai in keep it j t i at lot o Liis Market can now by to. 16 yes. Calico for on it 12 yes. Sheeting6 jus. Cav. Tobacco 6 lbs. Young Hyson ibs cod Fie i Gar Coffee molasses amp taking her away Silver Lake Vaviel a nov la Zupi Elias Wilcox. 1846. 3w acco will or in i with Ciao Prol a i poo a my com Aioli Berei pts for the Peoples advocate for the week ending nov. 12, 1846. Cyrus boat $1,00 pays to no. 60 Isaac in. Post a co. It. Ujj Jabe receiving their fall amp Winter goods Waluch will be sold cheap As can lie bought in i von town. I i1 i a French English and american cloths. Gold and steel mixed bearer do sati hets and jerseys. J vely Jet and is tin be stings Rickii. Plain and plaid cravats. F a a pm Cha cassimere and do lain Robes Bonnet satins purple and Blue. Bonnet trimmings Rffie. F t dress trimmings fringes velvet Riband i 4t Gimps. J a prints 80 from 5 to25cts.peryd. Gingham Plain and twill a Rich cold re. Sam Wlsh Bro Che Waffle Chine. Grok erie9, Large assortment. Teas from 2s to 8s per la. Jirld Spring steel nails band Iron and Crow bars. A Dware of every kind. 3iil-saws and files. Looking Glaskas Best asset in Tofin. In Kery a Large Stock of menus and body a a boots i amp a brogans also women a and misses shoes of description. I j Flat in amp a. Amp a. I j we Trust our friends will at be Atje Cau and i exp Moe our Stock we can and will sell cheap enough. J 1 Isaac l. Post of co. Mofit Rose my. 5, 1846. F in Smy we the latest news Gen. J the mexicans Tremenda it leu. Tailor of Montrose i Ding to the late full i or fashions which he _ Tariff he is bound to neat fits and substantial itting1 on Short notice Siperly made up. , a Fino lad about 15 years o character see., As on a business Noue need Well recommended. Ion intros Octa 15, 1846. 81 Reward a Rayed fro Fri the Subi last Ai deep a red Yea Fig j a size wild Ever will r i motion were he May above Reward. A. Bridgewater get. 13, 184 but bail % Owen Ber and hair Dreiser ii shop on Tom Pike st in t be based new to of a. Bald in a shop. A r. Searle Ood also rement of dry Vyars a. A West Ilde de in Side n. O. Passmore Levi Graves John Multare Almond Munson Isaac Peckins John Smith Nathaniel Hill Charles Dimon ,50 1,00 1,00 1,60 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 21 71 70 52 74 Deal cheap is said that the a Moi tit of deficiency which the postmaster general will require from the Treasury will be Only 500,000. If this be so the cheap postage system works Well and will soon pay its own expenses. I a i. A mss. Child Calls the slave Hoy George Kirk a a the living gospel of Freedom bound j n she should have added that by was also hot pressed. Dedication of the 3iethod st meeting House in this place will take place on thursday the 26th inst. Service at loj at 2, and at 6 of clock. L we. Round. Montrose nov. 10 1846. 2w22 died trial list in the common Pleat of Susquehanna to. Nov. Term,-1840 Taylor is Ward it al trespass nov t 1843. Mclntosh is. Trowbridge Appeal 273 nov. T. 1843. Camp is. Trumbull Appeal 406 a. To 1344. Rahain is Welch 2 april t 1845. Tingley is. Cook , 32 a t 1845. Wise is Chandler it al in debt 63 april t 1845. Hendrickson is Smith Appeal 205 april t 1845. Griffis is Bowman Appeal 170 Ang. T 1845. Staniford is Richardson Appeal aug. T 1845. Arnold is. Lee Appeal 221 aug. T. 1845. Stone is Kerr Appeal. Log. T 1845. Grady it al a to lard Iri Case �9 nov. T 1845. Youngs is. Beardsley in debt 54 nov. T. 1845. Fargo is. Sterling it al trespass 80 nov. T. 1845. Lamb is Gray Appeal 121 nov. T 1845. Hinds is. Case Appeal 130 nov. T. 1845. Dodd is Smith Appeal 149 nov. T 1845. Stebbins is. Thorpe ejectment 1 Jan. T. 1846. Hunt is. Bruu Dye trespass 99 Jan. T. 1846. Pole muses Wells Replevin 37april t 1846. Cose is Seamans ejectment 30 april t 1846. Pratt is Tewksbury ejectment 42 april t 1846. Cah Seld avg Warner it al trespass 59 april t 1846. Ransom is Travos Appeal <11 april t 1846. Cornwell it &1 is Deans in debt 123 april t 1846. Smith amp Booth is. Suton at chm it 148 a. T.�?T46. Carmalt is. Borne attachment 149 a. T. 846. A from the record. Nov. 5, 1846. Subscribes Are now receiving their j 44� Stock of fall and Winter goods a co j Wei Cut will be Sid on their usual act Omodt a 1 ing teens for ready pay. Mills amp Sherman. Montrose nov. 4, 1846. Quot i mph amp been currently reported a through the county Anil is to declared opinion of at a. A reds a that in Post of variety Tod Rusli i to the Supply of hats and Cap sat Mihail. Amp roots hat and Cap 8tore Oil the West Side of the Public Avenue in Montrose exceeds any thing of tie a and a ver exposed for Sale 14 this Region of court try. Reader do you discredit the Rumor ? remit Hber the pc Etc a admonition i ? our doubts Are traitor a and make us Lope the Good we Oft might win oct. 22, 1846. I at of �0 dozen by muffs go. Squirrel Brush Moleskin inter fashions on 1 8 ilk hats i at Merrill til cheaper Pun nutria of fall and w a Hoot s hat 8a ire which will be than Ever for ready pay Poz Coli de and Nat. Lynx Gei but and to a Quot a a at Merrius amp roots. Boas and ladies fars flaps at pm amp res it in Dimock township on saturday morning the 7th cum after a Short illness 3ir. David Stierer in the 88th year of his age. 3ir. S. Was born in Londonderry Ireland in May 1759, and at the Early age of 11 years his parents emigrated to America and settled within the present boundaries of the state of new Hampshire i which state 3�r. S. Continued to reside until 1817, when he with his family removed to this county. The deceased was a revolutionary Soldier. At the age of .1 he enlisted in the service of his country a was engaged in several Bat Les and skirmishes in the struggle for Independence among which were the Battles of Stillwater was also present at the surrender a of Burgoyne and was with Washington during his at Valley forge in this state sharing largely in the hardships land privations incident to that Campaign. For the last 65 years of his life he was s a Correct and consistent member of the presbyterian Church he died Palm and wit i Fout a struggle leaving his aged partner to Nourn the loss Faiye husband fund his children Oft lion my indulgent lather. A if a a new York markets. A corrected weekly for the people 8 advocate. Wheat flour per barrel $5,75 it i it 6,00 Rye do do 2,30 a 2,75 Corn meal do 2,62 a 3,00 wheat per Bushel 1,05 a 1,15 Bye do. 0,70 a 0,75 Corn do 0,77 a 0,80 Barley do. 0,24 a 0,32 Oats do 0,36 a 0,38 flax per la. American 0,03 a 0,08 tallow per la. Rendered Quot 0,07 a 0.07 butter per la. Orange co. 0,15 a 0,18 do Western Dairy .0,10 9 0,15 cheese per la. 0,06 a 0,09 beet per barrel mess �,,50 a 7,00 a do prime 4,50 a 5,00 pork per barrel mess. 9,87� 10,00 do a prime 7.87j� 8,00 lard per la 0,05� 0,07 hams per la. Smoked 0,05 a 0.08 feathers per in. Live geese 0,25 a 0,30 of Boras per Hundred 8,00 a 12,00 cow do 2,00 a 3,00 american Wool per la. Saxon 0,27 a 0,31 do full blood Merino 0,27 a 0,28 do i amp a Merino v 0,18 a 0,20. Ido ii Tive of Merino 0,16 a 0,22 Doz Otto re Seal nutria and Muskrat. Fur Caps at j a amp r s. Doz. A no a and boy s Plain doth Caps of different styles and Quality at m amp re Slyk Doz. Menus and boy s silk and Pitton glazed tar cages a a Ozen Buffalo Robes told any Dutoi. To of bar Seal sect and worsted Hajji at m a res a Doz. Spa. Coney imitation b Ash fur and jul Wool spot Ting and Wool hats Talso hat Cates Luff cases c no cases. Amp a. At m paid Fin la Elsby. B a ngh Amton plow Points for a 0,44 1 a Side Hill do. 50 afo i Wayne county Points at m amp bus. Montrose oct. 22. 1846. I it 1 a Sel m amp res. Mil a Post Iron founders and la Loti i the old stand re jct school at great register�?T8 notice. Public notice is hereby Given to All persons concerned in the following estate to wit the estate of 8ylvanub a. Mott late of Herrick township deceased it a i Charles Tingley administrator. That the accountant bos settled his account in the in and for the county of Susquehanna and that the same will be presented Tohe judges of the orphans court at Montrose on monday the 16th it by of nov next for confirmation and allowance. Quot t ii Finch. Register. Registers office Montrose oct 14,1846. A it and Modem do i by botany 2 50 a a select school will be Ope Hedin this Vil-x3.lage on monday the 26tbof october under the charge of or. Dubois. 1 forms of in lob of West. Ortto Gropley Reading writing fire pc Les a i sops in arithmetic and Parley a. Geog it a pm by 1 i 3 00 Geog by Grap Unar arithmetic Ami Andy it a a a history Anca chemistry _ a. 3 00 a a. Tical nil pro Utic Book keeping air Ebony 1 a Ano French l a a w 5 00 frequent lectures will be a Tver of various Brand cues of Nagual Sci Erie a by Illus trat Idns and experiments. A school. Rook ? May be bad cheap of the for initial a and soar maybe obtained in respectable Fon Ilies at from 125 to 1 sol a feet a i Glt at Bend,.qct.20,1846 fancy Cassimeris in te8t styx eur Aad Amarino for or Jujj sept 3� �646 a v i a. A for past favors of his invites their a d lot. Of goods now a re ,. A Bobks a a Etc Etc. Is toll a 1 it a 1 i Lyons utter socks White al a a iry found the Lent of hat cup a Yfe w two much Wiot in 1 a a i a in a steely mls return them a it of ,1-7 it those living of Vliem Dollar cask. Do Cid. <2o. Pm a do. Do. Do. Do. C. Amp a. Amp a. In Rii Spliedt. Aylor was cutting Down oily and John Groves a is cutting out Garton its t of Complete. Fall and to a just received. Tariff please his customers work. And warranted to fit if imbed smooth haired 11, from the country of Prentice to the tailor in lev but such us can apply ton Groves tailor. Sont Bose business directory. Ujj b. Sompi amp a shoe a Ker a shop est of a is. sgt Benj. S or in5 stoves hardware 1 of Public Avenue. Lyons amp c pc ers Iii stoves Taij Han East Side of i Quot ind goods Over found at the store of Fer sometime m june steer about mid Ilburn. Said steer or give in found shall receive Ohn Trumbull. Ions pm t Orn Pike. St one door Williams amp cd. 5oods, crockery hard of Public ave Tirie. A 1yre,dry goods &c., West handler a stationery dry goods Quot Avenue. A untie Merrill i Dabiera m hats Caps 1. 1v est Side of 1�?Tulilic ave i e. W. N. I still continues the Black us branches at his old so b. S. By a Root 1, plough Points Ley thing business in its Vari id near Keeler tavern _ by at Law at the of the . A Tley a office a few. Rods West. James in. E Ca Toet and chair making 1�?Tamting, turfing Pape his old stand on Turnpike dredge also sign and fancy hanging sic. Shop in st. A. Cham1 Irney at Law office Ovi co Corner of Public Merlin 1 a. Air the store of i a Post Venne and Turnpike it. Park amp sic Itou is surgeons Hibic Avenue oter the i e. S. Park. A �?�i5iock,office West Side of flip it oreo Risea Leife co. G. I amp Locke. Fraghi friable tailor Overmy rail a roots hat store ? Jethi it Ceries fruits Oon Fetij paints oils and a a Vari Efi Aldge a Quot Riei drugs my dicing a of Nick Neeks. E Hills fit s t Romeri store a generic in hand. One door Bel Post. 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