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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

[ - —- ¦ ¦;.. ' Shipwrecks and area* toss ofLifo. The correspondent of tlie Montreal Herald gi res some particulars of the loss of three emigrant ships, bound for Quebec from Englaidand Ireland, and that several hundred human beings had found a watery grave. Quebec, June 7. " We learn from Wtn.'Stevans.Esq, wheal rived here this morning from Halifax; that the Miracle, from Liverpool to Quebec,'frith piissengers, was lost on the Magdalen Isla nds, about the 26th ult, that sixty, of her passengers were drowned in landing, and that the remainder had arrived at Pictou in a sickly and destitute state; and that the Zenobia, with 179 passengers for Quebec, was wrecked at Manadieu, on or about the 26th tilt Also a vessel from Sunderland, with coals and goods, (name not kpown) whs wrecked on Scatterie Island about the same time.". This morningMessrs. Pemberton received tlie following letter from Capt. R. Thomson, master of the brig Carricks, ofWhitehavan, fiom Sligo to Quebec, with p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

FROlft IWJIXICO. Santa. Anna's Letter. Army of Operations! of the East, 1 Ayotlai May 18, 1847. j From the moment that I arrived at this place, I learned with dt ep regret, through the channels worthy of all confidence,1 that my approach to the capitafwith tlie army of the East had spread the greatest alarm among its inhabitant!!, c insed by the i idea that it was intended to c efend the city within its own walls, as also by the agitation of party interest, wbijch putting party passions in motion, appear jin-this instance to have made common cause w ith the enemies of the honor and thei ifadepe ideuce of the nation. Alarmed by this intelligence, which, if left to its natural course, w<uld not only rob me •of the only property remaining to me in .this ivorld—my honor-i—but would also decidedly endanger the sacred cause which we defend,- I have though it tb be my duty to suspend my march, in order to render an account to the Supijeme Government of my condnct and my|inte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

LITE TRAM MEXICO. , '. X j|ThV New Orleans Picayune publish^ an exjtraatiioonon the 7th inst., containing the intelUgence brought bythe arrival bf the •teamshipNew 6rleans,ilrbni Vera pnai bringing dates to the 1st inst Shf also touched at the Brazos on the 4thv Gen. Scott had left Jalapa at the hf ad of six thousand troops. Gen. TwiggSi with his division, entered Puebla on the 29kb. It was was not positively known what General Scott's intentions were, but the general supposition was that he would advance bn the capital with his present force. I • Accounts from the Capital state thai Santa Anna resigned the Presidency oh the 28th, but it is not known whether Cohgress accepted it or not. This step was taken by him in consequence of the opposition jto his views in relation to tlie defence of the; Capital as well as the defamatory articles in the public prints of Puebla. " | (The American army was generajly expected to be at the Capital by the 15th of tlie present month, and bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

in tin\ ; General Pillow's Defence! ueuenu r mow nas puousncd ; Jcw Orleans Delta of the 8th, a long and able reply to Col. Haskell and the officers [of the 2d! Tennessee regiment, who recently accused him in a public statement of incompetency. The defence of Gen. Pillow] completely uses Col. Haskell up, and vindicates his own military skill and knowledge! .He convicts the Tennessee officer of the following misstatements: ; V First, Colonel Haskell misstates the number of works iu the enemy's line, and their position. Secondly—he misstajes the work which in fact I intended either himself or Col. Wynkoop to assail, and the; work which was actually assailed. Thirdly—die order of march which he regarded; as a blunder of mine, was proper, and the only onfe by which the assaulting party couldpossihly reach their positions—and th<j regK ments were each placed in the niarcli with thib express object. Fourthly—my; order for! tlie formation of his command, into line of battle, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

Dcatli bf DanielO'Conell Esoj The following is an account of the last hours of tluj liberator, written by Dr.il|nn", an English physician, who attended hini nt Geiiou: \- \ ' ¦ \i " Some account of the closing sceiias of the life of* an individual who has fillet} so remarkable in position in the \vorld as Daniel O'Conudl intist prove interesting jiUd I therefore, asjun English physician, calleHin to attend him, take leave to lay before lybu the following statement: On jftlonduyj May 10th, I saw |Mr. Q'CouneJl for the firstjtilne, and he was; then suffering from profuse knd involuntary diarrhoea, with great pain -of the addomen underpressure, strong rapid pulse, flushed focje, Ate. Mr. O'ConneJI hud also chronic brubchitis of some years' standing. From the remedies employed these synitbms were much,ameliorated, and on themiifrow he seemd convalescnt. But from MJrJb'- Connell's grsnt repugnance to swallow |ven the most sirhple medicine, this state c flimprovement could not Be fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

^ An English Notion. | -The London Morning Chronicle, commenting upon the fall'of Vera Cruz, and its probable effect, holds this language :: 'We never entertained the slightest doubt 'as to what must be the ultimate effect of the attack upon the citadel and town of Vera Cruz, when the United" States forces were fplly brought into the, field. ^ Still, considering the vast additions that have been made tb the-fortifications and batteries of the citadel of San Juan d' Ulloa since the French attack upon it. we confess we arc surprised at the intelligence of-its fall. In ordinary, hands, if well victualed, (and the garrison had ample notice of the attack^ the citadel . should for nionlhs have been impregnable, i "It is quite idile to speculate upon what ! may be the result of this capture. We enn' not at all see that Mexico is a bit the-mpre I cjonquered bepnuse Visra Cruz is taken ; but ! iii the hundsjof Com. Conner, Sec., Vera (fruz might Veil become a U. S. Gibraltar. I(lany pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

&i)c ffiSroU's! SUwcoffc pOB. BOYD, prtLISHHUHere shall the Press, the People^ rights maintain L'nawed b; • influence, and uabribed by gain." . . . ^^*^ i -.i : —- '" ItlONTBOSE. nmC 94. 1847>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

DEMOCRATIC SOHIHATIOITS. FOR GOVERNOR, fjrancis b. smnvK. ^ .of Allce/urni/ c0-CANAL COMMISSION68' MOKBIS L.ONOSTBETH. of Montgomery co. T^nIC jonxiirioio. • I For Governor, JAMESIRV1N, ] ¦ ofGinirc Co. Canal Commissioner, \ , JQSEP.H W. PATTON, of Cumberland co. Langford Convicted.—We are informed tlmt James P. Langfordr sometime since arrested in Bradford county for the murder of his wife, was convicted in a special court held at Towanda last week. E.'W. Hazard, J. C. Adams, and Wm. Elwell, Esq'rs. appeared f|>r the Commonwealth ; D. Wilms!, E. W. Baird, and J. C. Knox, Esq'rs., foe the prisoner. The fashionable plea of in$anitv was offered by the defence, but the |urv seemed to be of the impressipn that such insanity deserved the severest punishment " The Democratic Review," for June, contains its usual variety of instructive matter. It is embellished with a portrait of Rout. II. Monais, ex-Mayor of New York. Published Iby Thomas Prentice Kettell, 142 Fulton st New...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

. .-jtr-BS—,—.«_—Li. ¦ < .;?H r;~ - . -i'b,tf-r-. ¦;,..*¦£ -:v>iv. . i; ..^-v.*~ . Deistii^wf.O'CiBieu. ^-'' - The Cambria brings the intelligence of tbe death of tie great Irish agitator, Daniel O'Connell. The new* was not unexpected, for previous intelligence had represented his health as declining very fast. He went to Italy for tin? benefit of his malady, but died on tbe 15th ult at Genoa. He directed hir heart to be deposited in Rome, and his body to be buried in Ireland, where his death will be greatly lanterned. He was a man of extraordinaryy qualities, bold, undaunted and persevering ib hit plans for alleviating tbe evils that his country labors under, and for. redressing its wrongs. His word had power to do what! the bayonets of the soldiery could not. effect, to calm down and keep quiet immense masses of excited men, assembled to demand of their government the -rights of which they believe tbey were unjustly deprived. Though he did not accomplish all he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

Fatal Colllntem •¦ Lake Erie. On Tuesday last the Steam boat Chesapeake ran into tbe schooner Porter, near Conneaut, by which means the.latter was sunk. The crew of tbe Porter was taken on board tbe Chesapeake, bat that boat sprang a leak and sunk one mile from the shore. The Engineer, and thirteen others were-missing, and supposed to be lost Tbe passengers numbered between forty and fifty, an.unusual proportion of ladies and several cjuldren. No ladies or children were lost j The following persons are known to have been lost: * Passengers. George Van Dorem, ofLower Sandusky, O. Mr. floock, of Watertown, New York. E. Cone,, of Bellville, Ohio. S. York, of Tiffin, Qhio. - CV*jt». R. Sutherland, 1st Engineer. O. Wait, 2d Porter.: R. McMann, Deck band. It is greatly feared tjiat Mr. D. A. Folsom, of Rochester, N. jY. it also among the lost- /}.. : Passengers lost ail their baggage, not a tingle trunk being saved. The mail to Sandusky city also lost jAbout thirty tons of freight...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

BEWtOBKIRMBTI. j' oosascTED w«urti ro* t»« rtprtt's advocats. Wn*»*notuy per barrel , $8,00 «00,00! Cora meal do -'-'',' " a,©©* -4 Wbeavperbnsbtt , . 1,50 « 2,00! gj». r *> 1,00 « l,0lj Com.- do 1,12 9 ifiA: Barley, do 0,83 O o3 p*U, do ; - Qfie *. 0,61 Butter par lb. Change co. , . (r$B 9 0,2J: - do weilsiudairy.l , 0,14 <S> 0,1* °b5r*'P?»lb- 0,06 « OiOf Beef, per barrel, men, 11,00 <3 U,rM ^2 °? . V*ane, 8^0 0 »jj rorfc, per barrel, men, 14,75 <s jP_ _; do priine, 13^0 9j^H HsBupsrlbnnoked 0,07 4T^H American wool,iper lb. won 0,35 « «H do j full blood Merino 0,34 9 o3B do 1 & J Merino 0^29 <a ojSP no , native '£ ^ jMerino 0,26 ^0,2S' ^^^^^^ ¦¦¦^^ BaaBBasJS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

— ! t ¦ SMBBB SBSSBBBasasSSaBSSSSSSS^^^^^^ '^ocrtwjgmtntfl. j • BtoiVs 0anrtt|t>e Ceratti1 | T« oBermg ihij tp the public, .the proprietor ii ifc. J. naenced by bonmrternkitiTe; ¦ meredesire that all mankind nay have the beaefitof. remedy which his own circle of friends hawjonly had opportoniiy heretofore pf enjoying, iti/Ayce* him to. enter the arena of compebtioo with:the thousaaBa Bat m aaperior and wtll proved efficacy in all eases of recent burna,: acalda or wound«| as alio mrheumari«h' chapped bands,: and old ulcers or indolent .tumors, ought to be Mwn,and iUigWral use will certain. 1? nuke it the {jvery day cbmpanion of the nursery where casualties are » frequent. n " From nuniertus certificate in hi. posi^ssion, tic proprietor dffen tbe followkg: ., j .Thkim^cerniT that I havb nsed Mr.Scott's Sabanvo Uerate, and bekere it an invaluable cure tot braises, burns, sores, ic. ' ¦ ' -. 1 EDWARD WHITE ¦ New Milford, March IS. at47. »!"«.,, Thu may certify, that we-hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

4TH0FJULY. ! THE ARCADE has just received from New Yoili a good assortment 6f FIRE WORKS for tlie 4th. Rockets, Crackers, Serpents, 4a-.. &c, going cheap—Also a fresh lot of COCOANCT8, and other N"1*- -I J. ETHRIDGE.; Jane 17. i "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

Grand Exhibition of | IlfililS! 1 AT Ttife . . . j' "ztomw $B^w%&wimi&w®®fr «7TnC|H WUtely !*« ealaiwd, nuking It , VV tbeXamitst Stniem tfie emmtv, miy beseeii ,fi^ of cha»jp, awe^s»lee*eds«ock'of : KEWGQODS; ; LARGER tbaa the tiiGEsit, sad more DESIRABLE than any in, tins ftariteit, which wfl] be kept up to great sp^noordurinj die season by FRESH SUPPLIES fioin; New iM. Tlmse Who wish (o purchase "may always be ajUored of getting the lhteal styles much fowerthan' tbev can be bought eliwhere. VTe defj competition in regard to QUANTITY. QUALITf, andLOW PRICES. The old axiom 'that " money saved, j is as good as mone^y earned," is abqoat as old as: he invention of money itself; but the practice of se (ing good Goods allow prices, first originated at ,ibe 'NEW MILFOR0 EXCHANGE"—a PRACTICE which has notyft been adopten by our competitors. We deem it unnecessary to give in detafllall the articles we offer for sale, and wouW only adjd that we have a larae supply of - i v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

S^Swp^Sw Off riKCBB -'IbnijnllM&lvUliyHBg m*M pattarns, l»^ toS»3fp»«y^at ^^T VX'"->:?;'-p'.' "y;;*S ';K'Jf°*B?1*y'^0o'»-i ' "PRINTED Lawn* , O^rrfasms ,' aadolhar <W~ ,:.;":j, j % MJBspwa & Co's.; ^h^^ll^Wooll •3MMMIA i^fe'T**J"^ a ^loT'^ttttftiHatiltore one i?!^ * ^ H"P^o r. whkh the highest price will be. paid bv ' June 9th 184*. T^jV-, 1 j^ ? AnfkM rt^.BUtk; M.lc Skin, jjtfAt^, Pofa £*«/, fli*^ end WbW ^mCot,Oiazedmm\&niCn^, akro ¦¦Pefi^eapi selling cheap by W^Me'tr. '(- at^^Root. i ^IfCjeijt Reword! r RAN away from the subscriber, at the lit of June, THADDEU8 RipB, an.iitUmted tp, prentice to the farming business, in the I7th year.of his age. This is to forbid al| persons iJubociBg.or trusnng him on my; account, as I will jsMr sW debts contracted by him whatsoever.. "S;,!^-1 THOMAS & 5WTAN. Forest Lake, June 1, 1847 J /*^^ttf ¦ To be, boiight^?? AT IL. Mr Se cdf FLOVR, SOLE LEATHER, eheU, WHITE LEAD, cheap, DRVGSm small lot very...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

.C^WUl'Kfsr'j T^n^ri^vk^i^ind^ JL ¦ .-.j.Sv $*Z,.C-.---^-i'K-J:<*l---t:- : '. '.".",.y.. . V.'.'.jT." i'l ¦ ¦'¦ At^ &Sk^^l-^'^fr-:^ . ¦ L ^CBOCkW:>«^lI-aTdn»iit^' Si*'^ ^;ri • <xirfj«erie8, j^ e-rtufisi ., ¦' ..¦*' *. 4 •-. ^iii^iti^K^-&c«.- ,!;;si Thnkfoi to friends for past fovors, be bopisb* 1 ^lungcbeWto receive a Kberal shsrc eT UtsVfnv f0™*?" ,l^Eecollec^; for CASH WlessitjhaaiSS ii Mw*w»VMiy 13; 1847. ¦ ''•"' ¦¦¦?•¦¦ yj ;>;''r":'"*^ "f^A N'^>;0oeM!jWhr t, Butter.Bsgs, B««M> I /^^m.'' ' r¦¦ ^tm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

¦ -BS^tRE^iSf' /\,;'-TrfJfh, !?^y''*-: ^jfy***#s, VpMS^:i«»;:sndr,*ERY 0B^#of ¦ . ,.r, «i^g Md'S ufnrrier ffiiiffi:::;: i At price*ju^ cannot im'ti'im\Lt &rmmm ' fasVi andseeihenuc -i--„.tii;i-; -< i .,, ,,-.,., ¦. ,"'-/»•!: »»onlrose,uiay27,1847, ¦¦ , ,u Iji.: .. . {. ¦ ': - ' i -<¦-¦<¦ . . ¦ .... - ¦ ¦ ¦ .%.;,.., ¦ % ftk&H oaldforved Skins-and beef HilestW'-''-' * ^v jWffl"'^: ' B:wyc: ¦ l^:l"-^r#«-pa4i for- goM'b^ AsW.1 [IJHptfEST'prioe paid for; Bntter'saa^W -Wf Rt-J K^i"% - ' B- P>ff ' jSt!^^^^.*^P?» $* reenved of^iosl f%0$^M$&4P. ': *•'$*&&? iCa^^n^h .sbpJlyVjUst received by ": '/.'-'^l ^.yWtm-ii' C v;" < ..¦.,b/8I*ms:;| '.:-.'.—...L^j, -kf'm -'.t ..'.—— - - i n ¦rtEEFfand PORK, FLODb and MEAL, for sale *^:jl >y 1jS^i^v-,tvL,; -': ' BiSAYBE^i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

— \ ' ™ *¦ ntcxican Privnteers. The Washing^jn Union of the 16th inst pues a statement of the measures taken tb protect our commerce against privateers in the Meditterranean, and confirms tbe report ihut tbe Princeton is destined for that service. It says orders were sent to the eomtaaoder of the African squadron on the 7th of April last, to send a aloop immediate)/ to 'be Medittejrnean to guard our commerce against this danger, and to follow her in the frigate United Stales earlj in September.— There is ejvery reason to believe that the sloop Maribu, with a storetbip, hat before this- arrived at Gibralter, It adds that there * #9 r.e.aspb to apprehend any want of good -aith on the part .of the Spanish government. The proinpt and decisive measures taken by '^governlr-general vf Cuba, under orders Irumiiisgovernment, which effectamUf,presented the sale of the privateer licenses, '"tech were but licenses to commit mctM of piracy,) jusufy.us in believing that no countamoce will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

LETTERS FBflj. TBI CILIFniIIA REGIMENT, On board the Loo Choo, Vnlpa- ) raiw Bay, Jan. 19, 1847. ] My Dear Father:—We left Rio de Jaftejro on the 29th Nov. last, and after a very rough passagts around Cape Horn, we finally arrived in ntfety at this port. After leaving Rio, we tai}ed cleverly along the coast without experiencing any very rough weather until we had fairly rounded the cape, and we began to congratulate ourselves in having left the howling Atlantic for the smooth waters of- the Pacific; but on New Year s eve, in latitude 55 deg. south, we were met with one of those fearful storms which renders, the passage around the Cape so much dreaded by navigators; It would be impossible for a landsman who hat never tried the perils of the deep, to form the least conception of one of these Cape storms. The fierce: winds have a clear sweep, and the plunging Waves an uninterrupted flow from meridian, .to meridian, and truly their combined'force presents a fearful scene of subl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 24 June 1847

<7' J'" OTMWS^ BMECT8MV : ^^ ''% %..^-^SK;<teflEWTON,^- ' -i AttorncylatLaw; Qjffij^i a few rods Sonth of tas|i point House. A. !.',...' ,',-. ¦ , jj. f. ut%^.yf,,:;._; k. hs^tot. , | - \ JOHN M PIMOCK, I; ATTORNEY AT IiAW, Montrose. Pa^-Hss re|" inoTodbisolBce to Turnpike utrect, NorUsodej1 one door East of the office of B. T, Case, Bsq.j and tbrcc doors west of the Register Printing Ofi: i Cce. ¦; '¦¦¦ ' . ',."-. • • -.¦¦ -.iii'' ^ ¦&$'¦' ~ '—i—;—: . :—,;.., ;., > ¦¦ -: ¦'„¦,£; ' -SMITHS, STEVENS &. AVE"ln^"«f|-; Cabinet and Chair Slateni—Montrose, Susq,uehss sasi' cd'unty,;;Pa.' '.'¦'' ' * '; - '}', W. W." SMITH, ! I '.' ' ie' . stsvss's, • A *,; smith, jb, ___, I,- r. Avaar.,.. . , fj r: CALEB; WEEKS, | Saddle, Harness and Tnink-Moker—Sliop opposite the Farmer's Store. • t ^ :" . '.'| .. • } R. SEARLE & CO. «r**iF. A good assortment of Dry Goods, Cnwkety,'J*Bn»i *aro, &c. &cr, West ^de of P^btie A>«^,^^J| a, ....

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