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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMEIVTS pany, 7.5 'and 77 Fulton st. have 'fported *¦««> this market some one hundred tboitsana dollors worth of the finest gndat of Green and Black Teas grown in tbe Celestial Empire, done- up in aU-the.varioas fancy packages thai Chinese ingennity can invent It i» a privilege to buy Teas at this great establishment, and a luxury and comfort |to drink tbem.— They sell good teas only, and retail tbem at wholesale prices. Country merchants ]who wish always to seU good Teas, fan ir.ws.Ti obtain them at this place, on reasonable term*. —£«J»n>i« _*• ry The above TEAS are for slle by I i L. M. BESfoED, '. Sole agent for Broome County. Binghamton, may 11,1847.'; j List of lfopiilar Medicines, i^R SALE %Y L.M. REXFORD, BINGHAMTON, N. Y., W 10 keeps constantly on Ismdafull assortment of cenuine DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS fcOn&DYB WOODS &DYE STUFFS, GRGCER1ES, FANCY ARTlCIES, Sec. &c.—all of which wiU be sold CHEAP AS THE C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

IB now reeeivmg a handsome lot of .;"".".-¦" t ¦ - ,." ¦ ... , . r ff''A:ttoy iiooas, j Crockery & Hardware* '.'• Books & Stationery, Groceries, Dye-stuffs, Nailsj, Fish, &c. Sic. ] Thankful to friends for past favors, he hopes by sellin" cheap to receive a liberal share of their patronage. X3T Recollect, for CASH at least, he is not to be undersold. .. Montrose, IHfor 13, 1847. j_ WANTED, Geese Feathers, Butter, Rags, Beeswax, &L ic. . I- LYONS. May 13, 1847. " I BOOKS^ LARGE Family Bibles for Ids; also common and pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and Atlases, Arithmetics, Grammars, Philosophical and Chemical Books; Cobb's, Saunders', and Town's Spelling Book j Porter's Readers. A good assortment of Toy Books and Tickets. Also,, the new Hymn Books for the Presbyterian, and Baptist societies. Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &c. &cfor sale by j J- Lyon«- May 13, 1C47. i— — PATENT Pails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter Stamps and L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

To be bought, AT I. L. POST & GO'S. FLOUR, SOLE LEATHER, cheap, White lead, cheap, drugs, a small lot very cheap, N. ORLEANS SYRUP MOLASSES, SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS, Tapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISH, IRON, NAILS, STEEL,, good " stock, SUMMER STUFFS, large variety ' and cheap, BROADCLOTHS and KERSEYS, very low price, HARNESS TRIMMINGS, a large stock, *>ORK by the barrel, in short, the largest and best STOCK of GOODS we have ever offered, at prices to s\til. %fW&* \ CASH PAlf) FOR WOOL ! ISAAC L. POST & CO. • June 10, 1847. IL. POST &. CO. hre _lso SOLE AGENTS of • the New York PEKIN TEA COMPANY for Susquehanna Conntv. ESs** See advertisement. NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS. SPRIG FASHION FOR 1847. CROWN—7$ inches high, 5-16 yeoman, J bell at at sidas, 1-16 fronti and rear. \ curve. Tip J oval, Hat. Brim—1J iephes wide, front aud rear, and I 9-j6 at sid^s. Binding—\ of an inch wide. The abovu new style, introduced in New York on Saturday March 6th, by Beebe- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

jjfew Goods "J THE milscriber t have received; their usual well select, d stock of GOODS suitable to the seasson, which jtvill be sold at prices to suit the times for CASH OR READY i»AY! | Their as lortinent comprises almost e\jcry articlfc the People want in way of DRY GOODS) such as ' BROADCLOTHS, j '< SATINETS, ; CASSIMERES, j ! TWEEDS, 4-c Sfc j • !. And lots of summer stuns for boys and: children's wear, 4_c.: Among their CROCKERY Are some of the newest patterns. HARDWARE \ Too numerous to mention. In addition they have.a choie lot df . ' [ GROCERIES, Such as SUGAR, MOLASSES, SPICES^ FISH, Sec. Sec. All of which will be exchangedjfor "\1[7"^V /^T Beeswax, Fealbflra. Bu.ttqr. VY VjfV/Xj. Eggs, Tow--tloih, and all kinds of GRAINf R. 8EARLE & CO. Montrose, June 10, 1847. . . , ; — T --JL HE tfelairarc M. S. lasvrnncc Company, Philadelphia, have authorized the undersigned In effectJusuraiices on Btiildings, Merchaudir-c, and other property, a_a|u»t dalnage or l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 7 October 1847

fitartfs 0anatiui Cctatel i IN offering this to the, public, tjie proprietor iajuW fluenced by uosinister motive:; a mere desire uia% all mankind may have the behefilofa remedy which his own circle of friends have only had opportunity heretofore of enjoying, induces him to enter the1 arena of competition with.the thousands. But its; superior and well proved efficacy in all cases of re4 cent burns, scalds or wJ6unds,as!also irirheumatisnii chapped hands, and ohl ulcers m indolent tumors; oughi.to be known, and its geneW use will certainly make it the-every day companion of the nursery where casualties are so Irequenti . . ' i Projn numerous certificates in his possession, the proprietor offers the following: J •. T This may certify that I have used thr. Scott's San' ative Cerate, and belieVe itau invaluable cure fof bruises, burns, »ores, ic. ! j EDJA'ARD WHITE.! New Milford, March 12, 1847. ' 11 This may certify that we have used Lv Scott's Sanative Ceratv, and we know it tq be a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

THE WISSlOiVilKt; <ip *JSl£dNS. *lili .'[.; ¦,'-, -':!l i.'i ¦- 1 i i ¦• '.-:¦•,-.?', •/ •\n V:.-•-. <m»TJuw-'Uii»*»uti;mito..- ¦-, ' > .; ,a It is nttle^nioreV thu'ujtwb years since the <«?eniion of|). L. jDji, ,'was arrestecl[by' ,'rlie Co'nditioi^ of .prisoners,.' partiqn Ii»rly of t)jose w|ho,were"insane. (Years qt 'unremitting.W-^^f^fef(i^..fefrw^ $Sfflr$m!®'*.j!^.. '^sjwM* F°">i»sr fence sufficient for Iter, single mode ofJife. l^WVit',,^ .' '.'-I vi-: M.;r •»» ii;«*t t.. :T:.,;.- o< ^!l^f$}?\"a y?.1.T?,s T^,fl?l,er.lier,Joiij5,..co/j--!i, i"j?i^?','".'il'? S°W?(1 i , l.,ll1. J>er|iii*to1hqppred1 retirement',' (lip copscloiisriess of inniir - "E^ff?%V'(ifs' "rHuitlliei-Sjbestowed tjndfduties fu'jthfiitly,' perfemiecj. " But, I, felt," sa^ ,stie, ,"'*'tiijit j; hifd * np right to live for ^self alone^'f hat, there .was much work Jo.be, done in the world, and there must be somethingfor me tofdo. While L eagerly asked'bf myse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

.g^ftepk1 ^ 3d|oc(ite. rOILUHID JETCRT TBCRSDAr MORNING, »t - JOS. BOYD. (Office on Ibe west »ide of the Public Avenue.) TBftMS.-^-ONE DOLLAR a year, in ndvance. j One.DoJUr and Fifty Cents if .not paiu wiihin threecraoBtlu;%ndif delaycd-mi^l ufter tKe expiration of the year Two Dollars will be exacted. AT^enty-fiT.e cents, ailJitianal/will ba< charged; wjttre.the paper is deliveredb'y cairriera at theTub^ Ii»heri' «rp*nse. '¦ ' Diuontinaances.optional with the Publisher, un-: less nrrearaces are jiliid. ^ ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

Poetnj. From'the Student and Young Tutor. The Place to Die. I could bear to die in my father's hall," With a mother to smooth my pUlew, Witft the, friends of you tit to bear my pall And plan! by iny grave the willow. When the spirit borne on its angel wings From earth to heavenly bowers, Should list to love as it sweeter sings Than the morning hymn.of flowers. Then passing away from the cares of earth, On the gentle breath of prayer, Would as painless seen! ns the silent birth ' Of mist in the mountain air. But to die from home—in tf distant land „ To yield up life's pure.fbunt'iin—To he borrie away by a stfahger's hand To a graw by»ib,B>gloomy mountain; With none ^wep^er my lowly bed, And deck it wii'hjioiy flowers; Or breathe to' henfe'b a prayer for 'tne dead In the blush of twilight hours ; ''¦ Would fill the soul with a flood of woe, Dim hope with a cloud of sorrow, Thro' wbich few rays of promise could throw Their radiance over the morrow. Netefield, N. T., 1S47. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

''IARY, THE 90THER-0F WASHINGTON." iHisccllann. [For the facts contained in the following sketch of Mary Washington, the public are indebted to George W. P. Custis, Esq., grandson of the wife of George Washington. Mr. Custis certainly had better opportunities than any Other one, to become acquainted with the merits of this remarkable woman.] The monument marking therepose of the mother of Washington, bears the above simple, yet affecting incription. No eulogy could be higher—none1 could more effectually appeal to the heart of every American. By the great mas* of oiitown'conntrynten, even, too little is known of this distinguished wnmiin. Eeery relic of her should be carefully preserved, as a memento of the " guide who directed the steps of the yuthful hero, when they needed a guardian ;" and of her to wliose forming care, Washington hrnself ascribed the origin of his fortune* atnj his fame. Mary Washington was a descendant from the very respectable family of Ball, who sett...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

¦ *», i r BBUCE'S ADVICE TO 4 BOY I give you ^ iu this chapter, some maxima which I hope J ou will read again and again,' tintil they are :o fixed in their memories,' that they will influence you every day and1 eVe.ry hour; I * you are governed by thetn, you may become a great man ; yon certainly will become a good one,' and1 it is, mifch more important to be good than to bej great. ' Rise early, t nd offer up your prayers to the'. Giver of all good. Enter steadily nnd fearlessly upon the duties of the day. Be determined tha: no trial shall overcomeyouij patience, and i o impediment ctilnquer youij persevereance. ~If your object be a gooaj one, say, "I will try to attain it." Never belrbnnd wiihout an object.- Ask yourself how you cai j i lo the most good ; and wherl you have desided, throw your soiil into your purpose. I\w:r do good to obtain praise] Take a red-het iron in yoiir hnnd; rather than a disbpnest penny. Do nri bud action to ^erve a good friend. Be indulgent td oth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

From the N.. 0. Delfa. I IMPOBTAST DOCL'ME^XS [ Our anticipations of the: ntter futility of any attempt to negotiate with the Mexicans in their present temper and circumstances have been more than realized. The terms proposed by them . indicate a haughty pride and obstinacy, utterly inconsistent with' the character of their defensive operations.— Thev are the terms of victors raiher than those of conquered suppliants. The terms proposed by Mr ^ Trist are for more" libjernl than the popular sentiment in this country would- approve. The manner in wliichthey were received by the pompons and pretentions enemy must convince every citizen .of this Union of the necessity of iour got sm^' meiitl pursuing the course Which we have all along advocated—to wit: to occupy, dos-I sess, nay if it be expedient, to absorb Mexico in the United States. Let there now be no longer any opposition to this war, from idle hopes of an honorable peace from the will of the Mexicans. We are in it, tndi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

Mexican Intelligence. i The Picajjune of the 2d inst., has some extract* from Mexican papers. ' Santa Anna's efforts, after notice had been given of the termination of the armistice, tc prepare for [the defence of the capital are represented a* truly prodigious. It is stated that he purchased from bis private purse all the arm* he could find, and tlie editor of the Diario, in hi* paper of the 10th adds, that he had seen jthe day befere the receipt fpr a very large sum pf nwney paid by the general in chiefj himself, for a number of muskets, and 64,000 flints, for the army. " Add this," says the! Diario, evidendy considering it triumphant Vindication of Santa Anna's fidelity to his country, " to the treason of which he is accused by the notorious D. RamomGambaa." 1 The Diario of the 10th, speaking of the demonstration made by our army on that morning,.says [ that at the alarm the troops paarcbed out to defend the point threatened, with the greatest alacrity, and displayed an ard...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

From the N..O. Potria. [ Affairs in Mexico. After describing the new metlmd of defence adopted by the Mexicans jn their capital, vfz : taking up the paving Atones in the streets, and storing them on the tops of the houses, purposing to drive back [the ynnkeles with them, the correspondent goes on to say: " Persons who ought to be well informed on the subject assure methat the) archbishop has issued a flaming proclamation to liis flock, in which he assures them that Gejn. Scott has determined to obtain possession lot' the image of our lady of Guaduloupe, in order that he may send it as atrophy to Washington. If, as I doubt not to'biMhe fact, it is certain that he has issued suph a proclamation, I assure you that it is tjhe most eloquent language that-can be used in Mexido, under the present circumstances. It is tiemost influential talisman that pair be us<:d for inspiriting the ardor of the; numberless devotees of this miraculous inluge; nud I am persuaded that the Gover...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

I From the Public Leilg er 11th insjt. ! Later from Mexico. ¦ Movement of Troops—Gen. Urrea's Proclamation— The Mexicans Inlying to Arms The following despatch, friom our cones pondent at Petersburg, wus delayed by the telegraph being out of order between this ui ty and Baltimore ; but as thej New Olefin: mail hasj failed to reach here, it is s:ill the latest intelligence from the Smith. i Petersbcho, Oct. 9, 1847. An arrival at New Orleans brings Veri Cruz dales to the 21st, and from Brazos ti the 22d lull. The Mntamorbs Flag say* that General Cushions brigade was encamped at Talo Alto, in good health, and would soon embark for I Vera Cruz. Gen. [Lane's entire brigade |ms sailed for Vera Ciruz. Par$ of Hays' regiment, under Chevajier, wns to,roinniu with Gen. Wool. [ Col. Butler's battalion of dragoons had left for Monterey. j A norfh wind was blowing, which lind caused a change in the weather and [ reduced some sickness at the Bljazos. Gen. Urreo has issued a proclamation ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

THE IE LECTION In this County o i Tuesday last, resulted, as usual, in a com ilete Democratic triumph[ —the whole ticket having! been successful by an aggregate n ajority of (probably) 700; We have not had iime to collect the "return*! which have been brought ib, bat the aggregate result thus fi r fort Governpr shows no material variation from former years, and renders the success of ihe entire Democratic ticket a "fixet facjti" I We have beard; frpm twenty-one townships, which gire; Shank a majority of 873!j The five townships lo hear fron will probably no, vary it much. Official next week. Mabylamd Election.—Thereturnaffrom Maryland show he election of Thomas, (Dem.) for Goveri or by a majority of 800i The majority for Pratt "(Whig) in 1844 was 584.. Four Whijs and two Democrats are" , _ s i returned to Congress. . j -- - - ~ , j EF* The meagre returns we have seen from Georgia slum a strong probabilty of the election of Towns the Democratic candidate for Governor.' , . • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

Oar Belatiotu will* IHexic*' Ar crisis of inmense moment in th* affairs of our Republic is tepidly approaching. It trill readily be admitted from the late negotiations, hat Mexico «PtW not make peace with our ge: vernment—tlje past show* that she'cannot piosecute a successful war; and hence, in the natural course (if events, we can see no other- conclusion to tire issue than the entire subjugation by the United States pf the-whole Mexican Repubhc.1 ¦ But what'shall we dp with {the country when we shall hare subdued it? this important question;presses tpontile minds of our peo de with" starring force.at this moment. Ptevioustoiihc failuie-oftbe late negotiations, here' was still; a hi i|»e[ that Mexico might be induced;;by the moderation of the terms proposed by «a»r foverilment, to cease her insabe [strileL and litteit to the dictates of leason.''' thatexpectattooi has been disappoi ited: • lii dieldtta; Visttr' of futurity'there,!* net agleaipofhonethathfr insatiable hostilit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

Cbrre^ondenco of the N. O. National. Affairs in Monterey jMoNtBREY, August 26, 1847. There islvery little new* of a general nature r tirring here. The order on this side of the operations is to remain in statu quo. Thing* majr be summed upsthns:; General Wool remains at Buena Vista, with-the Mis-. sippi riflesJ the North Carolina regiment, and the "tfirst families/' The 10th re<riment, Col. Tibbatts, will garrison Monterey. Several detachments will be placed at the po*t*belowj. Gen. Taylor returns home in November. j Several inen have been killed here lately, but nothing else could be expected, as the American* Walk through the otit-ofohe-wav place* of the town, at all times of night, unirmed, and perfectly recktes* of exposure. Howew.'-if blood can appetite their .manes their rbort. will nerer «ulk the earth, for i they are al#ay. well provided with Mexican araoW ' -j Some fhjnd in human shape last night ide »ternbfe illustration of a " little more grape, Capt. Bragg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

gfye fleoplij'0 imSpomft. \ JOS., BOY », PUBLISHER. • Here shall the Press, tne jS ip^^^ j Unawed by influence and unbribed bv earn » ' ! ; ^^u^wiJf^di-.r^^'" ' ^ M9nvaio^-m\ief^g^^^\'r j E.- W. CARR, Sun Building, X. £. [ earner of Third anl Dock Strut* , Pkita. j is authorized to act as Agtntforthe "People's Advocate,'' ani receive and receipt mty monies due the saint ftp advertising, Sec.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 14 October 1847

'nCTICE.;; !-. " ! Those who have tahen stock in the "People1! Advocate Association" bufa^e delinquent in paying j the amount of their. « bscriptioul; are requested to "fork over" without ielay. Itjj.hoped[tlaf hint' will suffice. Tho subi cription.may be tbrnid at ihe office of Lusk & Newton, with whom" ifba* been: left with instructions i o collect'*!) anearageeipeei-[iiy- ' . !:¦' ... ' ¦

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