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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

HYSLOP fit COFFIN, Prodilce and General Commission Merchants, 43 Front st. Jf. Yi PARTICULAB attenuon given) lo the sale o* Bolter and Cheese'. "Refer to Messrs. Mills & ShernTanrMoiitrose,-Fcnir*h, who will make libera! advances on Produce.- cbrisigned tqi their ens), ami pay overthe'proceeds as soon as sb|d. :. New York, July, 1846. " i - 1 5—\y FIFTY CORDS WOOD wanted thir8nruV»/in excharigo for Goods at -.. :k. V. -i Sali.'buiy'*. April B, 1347. •.v>"!i-! ':- its-'• --¦ .-. i . -vesting.x\ -. ';".,,'-' £i Inree variety offushiouable V«tingjn»treeefore« Msrrh. 8-1. •...«;-,•-!..;-.-.;,, . .';¦;¦. ¦¦:¦¦! U EAKLSTON GINGriAMS, » ^ A,nd-4i"8l,i»*-1-l»»'v«li»! elegant and #nitobt»?fa| J% tlie si^iwil.vW low at. >.-., . ; 8ah«bar|j|:»iv s March ?S;i8*T. .' "''"..'. j ¦ , -Uy -.Kv>».',l • =• , ^- sh^w^s;;;: k: | 3?2::;: STBAOtLLA,:".'T»gU58. «^li?!Wh»JW&Hf .UTcriiora awl .tyles.'tlUMper than^nverofl^dni this market; before,' jiirt recewfcd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

THE TREASURE OF HISTORY, Comprising, rtg&M^mtrodueiin-^du llm of UniversqljSjiM^me^ei tt and.nod d^rn,,auda^ru»pj\^ariaeHisierUt er every.principal neiion that exists, tkev ' rbei^FiisipfcsWiondi^^ Br^MJUBtiMAUNOTH, P' Author of iho, tTi^sarye4Jlinowle^ ge,''"l^gr«pli io3l.Treasary,!|'^LitenityowfScientifioTreasury;''&c., mclpuing I THE HKTCrltY JQF AMERfcA. iniTSD-Br joiii) isstAsi is«, |' - The republication of thisj valuable work has been undertaken partly on;accorlnt of thtehigh failor with. k « •" has °®ini ""fi^u in' Enriaria, bat chiefly in consideration of ll» intrinsic vatuetaritilie ,"mi''he felicitous adaption of thi plan to[« want that hnsbeen long and generally felt and fttim the judgmenl and fidelity! maui rented id its exechtion^- The idea of giving iua i„s\e ^orfc, 0r ^v formidable dimensions, am? at a pfjee which'faibn. it within tho reach of very moderate circonistaiices, a sufficient outline ofibe.w arld'a Whole history* anl similar nnllmes of....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

—— ^—»— I — r—= ~ «* . , & /P0C!:VH. . rfc ' '.^ por the People'** Advocate. <ftk© Wounded Soldier's Fricpd ¦ The b&ttlt* »"»"" had, -»Hssed away,. , ; T] ,e camion ceased i 3 roar, " [ j.ndoittte liehl there wounded toy \ v A miWkt in his gore; r[,. 5; w the distant cha ijring skies ' >. fVmv dark before hisclonding eyes, ,) Anrl sink, lire sun, tf rest; ; And |AaU:lied the hist t right be^fits df light fietnfat thim Cerro Gordo-'s heijvjt, Awl leave it> bh« idy crest. \ _\iphL , # clouds were gathered dasiU}* round Hn* sceiio (ti woe anijdeaUi, - Ami hen- upon the SwSyijlfc1* £$<* ^*' "^I'Iil* M'ldier isasprd Ipr LnflR „ Krrm (iuH^> pierrni iind wounded side >V:is fbhins fa*t the crimson tide, Nrr hope ot lite \v:i5 left; \\ lull* iluikei' grew lliii atorui-ciwt clouds, \ Ami i'i the >Uii* \M-re|dne>»eii in shrouds ;_ 1 ( »l" l.L'ht^and life lirnjft. ! ; "v\ !¦•• v now was nil lh4l martial lire 'Hitit,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

1 DREAM THAT WAS SOT All,A flREAM.j A TEOE TABN OF TH« MEXICAS COAST. 5 ;In .1834, when I was yet a youngster before the must, I.took a trip to Tampico iij a Utjtlo trading schooner called " The 'Etttii" commanded by a jolly skipper from Florida, one Mat Marin, a dark skinned Spanish Creofe, who, "for short" was by his friends always termed " Nig." The schooner generally carried out dry-goods and provisions on her owners' account,! but I always lipd an idea, (which I kept to myself,) that sjie " tonned" more than her register made Hier responsible for, and that her hold always contained more' goods than could he found on her manifest. -. "¦ ' I But to return. We were only nine days on our /un from New York'out to the mouth of Tampico river; and about noon on the tenth day we Stretched in over the bar, with a leading wind, that would easily have carried us with a flowing sheet up to the to^n, which was nearly twelve miles above ; But (or reasons best known to himself, the Cap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ^ ' <»••« ^^S^^^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^s^^^ss^s^i ^l^s^^ j|( ..' ¦'Wf m» ^ «T AfwwtkOmg. ""-. |, AdTertiseni ^' tau^caimi lr.hmriiA'fA the aiu | ¦1 n*«saf^^Oas^-WjqnmMllieiifstl,aad 1 TwmtV-Fivi Ossts addhjotuJ for each »nbicqnent |; iaserSoai-Ji'^'j.;-. ." }<:<¦;'% ."' ¦ - vf'-':'':.' !• Yearly J^ertiiement* , with tV pnrueg. of «l-l teration,aot to exceed >V*; •'-'... li QairtOTOoJumn.Wuhthepopw.ptTytir, $3 OOJi HalfColttnlll ¦ tdo 1 i£ 8 00 |f One Column, do do 15 00 li Burinest Cards,; do , do 3 00 f ' All other adyerti»ements inserted at reauciaUa^ rates..' ; |;' , k. . .,•.-.:••' f '.•¦-*, f\ AdvertaemenU nhoold be tnsrkad with the nam' 1 "*? of iroertfenw required. il

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

le Oae way ItoFUl a-Picture Oadlery. i A tter from Paris speaking of the sights 5 to be seen there, adds:. -, ¦'! ^ The pjresident of. the Council, Marshal 1 Soult, never throws open his doors—it § would cost money. A more avaricious oldf Israelite does not exist in France; nor is he i at all scrupulous as to how he fiDs his purse. His Spanish gallery pf paintings, for in»| stance were the spoils of his Peiiiusular| campaigns, which! be was in honor bound to3 have deposited in the Louvre, but preferredi keeping;, occasionally disposing of some gem1 ! for a VaW sum. Not a fortnight since hel thus solid the Paratytie, by Murillo, for eight! ty thousand dollars and was very indignant! at somcj of the papers for saying that the! money should go ihto the army chest Ac! cording to hia account, every picture was! jnircha^ed— and the trasaction dy which hB became the proprietor of the Paralytic (a| related by him after dinner to a friend) is & curious pwee of picture dealing: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

| iU»sc(|llann. 7 "fcsMGTOlT^ rifM luaoitr's WA*Hix<fTo.v un his'ce.\eiiai.9. From this time, ]7To, till 1783, when he bade farewell to his army, he moves before lis like sjome grand embodiment of virtue and power, j Whether bowed in fasting and praver before God in behalf of his country, Or takirjg the fate of the American army on his heart—whether retreating before the overwhelming numbers of the enemy, or pouring' his furious squadrons to the charge; whether lost in anxious thought, as hip eye sL-eks in vain for some ray amid, the gloomy pVospeck that surrounds him, or apurringhis frightened steed amid the broken ice of the angry Delaware in the midst of the midnight siorm—whether galloping into the deadly volLes of the enemy in the strong effort to restore Ithe fight, or wearing the wreath of Victory which a grateful nation placed with uiingle 1 tears and acclamations on his brow, he is the same self-collected, noble-minded, and resulute man. J Peril aps thetje neve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

!<&!)* people's SUtoottlie;; i F0BL1 SUED KVBBT Tliplt«D« ¦OkHlBO, BT r , [ JOS,.,BpYD. ' •?$ '(Office on the west .ide iff the Putjlio Afrenue.) |TfiRM3.—ONE DOLLABuyearinsdvanco. < iOno D >Uar >ifty TCenta if not paid within three months, and if delayed nhtii after tho-exp'wtion of tljp year I wo dollars will b J exacted. i Discouliuuances optional with the Pubjishors, an- ^ l^ss arrearages are paid. _„,,,, .; Letters to the Publisher! on business with tho pttifeesjnust bo post-paid to in sure attention. ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

LATER FBOOT THE BRAZOS. Tidingi from Doniphan's Command—Expected at Buena Vista—Col. Cushing Ordered to join Gen\' Taylor—Murder by the Camanches—San Luis Deserted by the Mexican Troops—The Hospital , Crowded teith Wounded Soldiers—Destitution among all Classes. Fredericksburg, Va ^ June 9. The Southern njHil brings New Orleans papers of the 2d ttiit., which contain further details furnished by correspondents at Vera Cruz, but nothing later from Gen. Scott's army. By an arrival from the Brazos, the news of Col. ponip inn's arrival at Parrns is confirmed. ! He I ad with him aboilt one thousand niejn and eighteen pieees of artillery. Col. Mitchel, with the advance of Doniphan's command ^ including a picked party, was expected to arrive at Buena Yista about the 15th ult In passing through Durnngo they had taken possession of a small fort, and captured 1 captain, 21 privates, and 47 stand of arms. The prisoners were released on parole, and arms furnished them for defence again...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

LATER FROM VERA CRUZ. Murder of a'Bearer of Despatches to Gen. Scott—Santa Anna reported to be at Kio • Frio—Election of Herrera—Movements of Gen Scott—Mexicans Robbed by their own cbimltrymcn—Death of Pcnsylvanians—Sickness at Jalapa. Fredericksburg, (Va.,) Ju.no 11, 1847. The steamer Fashion has arrived at New Orleans from Vera Cruz, bringing dates up to the 30th ait. The robbery of the diligence and murder of the passengers are confirmed. Among the victims was Col. Sowers, the bearer of despatches to Gen. Scott. Their bodies were found atrociously mutilated. Santa Anna was reported to be at Rio Frio,, with three thousand men. There is vl report of the election of Herrera, but it is ' not traceable to any authentic source. i Gen. Scott was to leave Jalapa for Pu£- bla on the 29th. General Twiggs' division had already left. A party of Mexicans, who were coming into Vera Cruz from Santa Fe, bad been attacked and robbed by their own countrymen. - Jalqpa is now garrisoned by the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

S^i The " Advocate" will continue to Ik sent to old subscribers unless ordered dis continued, and paid for. .We ask the at tention of ou^farrons to ,tbis—itj will savi them and us much trouble. t New York Election.—rThe election fo Judges in New York State, was held da thi 7th inst. In consequence of the Busy seas On of year, there seems to have been but n small vote throughout the State. jThe sev eral parties had their respective candidate in the field, and the strife appeals to liavi been .a warm one; but we hopo the bes men-have heen elected without jre'gard t( party considerations. „ i Cold Weather.—After' the late heav rains,|thc weather has taken a mpst unfav orablq turn. At this time, (Tuesday after noon,) the. mercury is bi(t Ijttlc |obdve tin freezing point. | Complimentary.—Our-^jountrymon, Mr Ge'orge Catlin, has received- on order frouj Louis; Philippe, to- p'aint tweiity--five large paintings for Versailles, from the designs he submitted to him of the travels of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

LETTERS FROM THE CALIFORNIA BEGIKENT. The .following Jetters from Moses Stoppa rd, late of' Forest Lake, in this county, a young man whoihas ventured his fate and fortune with the California Ricgtment, Under Col. Stephenson, Were handed to us by his father for publication. Though ihe dates are rather ancient, and some of. the incidents of which, bespeaks already published and forgotten, the-letters may not be altogether uninteresting to our'readers : j Rio d!e Janeiro, (Brazil,) ) 1 Nov. 25, 1S4G. f . My Dear Father—I acknowledge "my neglect in not having written to you sooner, but the difficulty of sending nnd the bare possibility -of youir receiving a letter, has J/fiiade me tardy in attempting it. On the (ih of 4ugust last I joined the California Regiment, Col. Stephenson, at Governor's Island; New York Buy. For doing so I may sometime repent, but having got fairly into, the nd venture (a wildgoose chace, perhaps,) by my own free will, I am determined to sec it out at all...

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

FROM THE' AMY! : from the Public Ledger. •',~ L4T$!R Ttton MEXICO. . ' Operations 'of the Wavy—.4 Plan of the Canal atlthc 1st) mus of Tehuantepec. New Orleans jou rnnls, brought by special express, twqnty-fou ¦ hours in advance of the mail, for t!|e Ledgi:r, contain a variety of - items of intcHigeuci from Mexico, which we proceed to Illy before our readers: \ The Herfera, who it is supposed to' have been elected president of Mexico, is, tlie Picayune tlijnks, sc me other person of that name than the ex-President. If this be so* the speculations indulged that the election was favor,iS|e to a neace, full to the ground. The news of the election is very imperfect. Aligcl Tritls, Governor of Chihuahua, got the vote of the depsrtment of Mexico ; Herrera succeeded in Ct^eretaro^ Puebla voted (or D. Melpjioir O :ampo. The Commercial Times States, tiiat on the 24th, intelligence readied Verf Cruz from the capital, that Herrera was -lected. The writer on whose authority this is given,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

, * —•— , Letter from SantaAana. The Mobile Herald has a translation, from El Republicano, of a letter from Santa Anna, in relation to Gen. Scott's proclamation to the Mexicans. The spirit it exhibits shows there is no hope of peace from Santa Anna, and that Gen. Scott will be.under the necessity of flogging him into rea son : ] Official letter of his Excellency] the General-in-Chief, Santa Anna, accompanying some intercepted documents of,the enemy. Headquarters, Puebla, May: 13, 1847. Army of Operations—Excellent Sir: The commandant of the flying revenue guard of tobacco of Orizaba, the Col. D. Juan N. Caraveo, whom .1 left with his command near the National road, between Perote and Nopalucan, to observe the movements of the enemy, and to harrass him when the opportunity might offer, has remitted to me the accompanying documents, which were taken from the enemy's mail, which left Jalapa for Gen. Worth's camp. Among them you will find Gen. Scott's proclamation to the Mexic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

%t)|i ffffiteV |^Ntf|<tfc/ J'' J'OS. BOYljijji Fun||BBElf' | —~—--jm' '.y ;, ni-r'l ";t- '-*fj — -"-:'[i- .^. " Here *all th»pres», the Peopled rigbtfmaintain, Unaweil by influence, and untjnbed by^ain." U—^~j ¦—-},«'•¦-.—>-|~ HONTROSE. JUSTE IT. ljpHr. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. j j FOR dQVERNOm, -f J '" i francis B...jpnrivi4 I of Allegheny co. * 3 - I - ; '¦.. '» ; cajwal commissioner, I IJIORRIS EOIVOSTRETH. . iojf Montgomery eo. I ' { i .:. ,-' L \ Whig nominatipns. j.-^~~~ ¦ : I ' For Governor,' \ JAMES IRVIN J : . t of Centre eo. J ' ' . ¦ P I ; Canal.Commissioner, ij" • JOSEPH W. PATTON), of Cumberland ^ ar. I . I X I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

—»— r S Sjaiita Anna in the Capital. Byithe telegraphic news whichfarrived nt Philadelphia 011 the 10th inst., *jt appears that Santa Anna had ventured tqimnke hiji entree into the- City of Mexico oij the 19tli ult, where he was received by the cijrses'of the populace which the occasion had assembled. Stones and -other missiles were hurled ai: him, and he escaped with 'difficulty from--the fni-y <if the mob. The people | v6re onJ} * prevented by an armed force and tjie police from dragging him ignominious!^ throng! the streets. Tins chieftain's stnr'appears tc pe goijig irretrievably downward.? In spite of all (he magnanimous devotion ti)hiscoun try hejexhibits in his letters nnd prpclama tions, he gets but abuse from the Mexican* tjo soften the terrible thrashings h£ receives from the Americans. This is an. uneuvia hie position indeed. j f ; - _: _^ s EPfNo. 11 of " Chamber? Cyclopedic of English Literature" has heenl received The frontispiece is embellished with an ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

I ^^ t JTlic Position of Europe. \ The) accounts from Europe, | says the jPubliq Ledger, show a most precarious position Of things abroad. Famine Iseems to toe stalking hideously over the wh|lo country, attended by death and voluntary extirpation! Throughout Gerrnnny fatnfne and insurrections are rapidly extending. In the midst of the session of the States deneralin Prussia, riots had to be put down by the soldiery ait Berlin, and simij ar scenes foe'eurred in Saxony,'Bohemia, WjurteiribergjiundPiany oth^r provinces. In j lddition td] all, this, the season is a very late one, and with it the prospect of a harvest necessarily. uncertain. (Another failure o f crops' would sec iMiropg a frightful theatrp of rcvolujioti, and bloodsljed. The rye crop of f oinhern Francej is already gone, land if. ink potato diseasejshows no symptoms of amelioration, a year pf great scarcity roust succeed the last, especially as theoldstock, accumulated from the surplus of former years isijio'w. e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 June 1847

m^ Mr. Benton nnd the Presidency. Mr. Bentou has appeared in another letter in the Missouri papers. The particular ¦ reason which called him out on this occasion, is to express his views of the Presidehc\i in 1843, and to save the Union from dV -j [ . ytfuction, threatened by the election of'a southern man to that office. Mr. Benton «ees a ueiv scheme developed from the south 1'o.r the pc rmanent exclusion of all northern men fron- southern support for the Presidency. Th: resolutions introduced into the Senate tc wards the- close of the late session; . and their practical application to Oregon, reveal tb s scheme, and present, he says, a new test bn the slavery question which no northern man can stand, land which if adopted by the south must pu*. an end to the support of northern men from! the southern democracy. Bit Mr. Benton jwill be heard best in his own words : * " Heretofore, we, the slaveholding States, hare stood together upepn two points—deface 'and comprbmisj; the ...

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