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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

'[:i:;wm^m^t± 'Tz We r*a^ted.the,gateriof IJnma8ciJ!»rwbidi»-, * t,ermjnate4'our,<|irc,u|t..;, anilJu^t J»9 w,eiw«rf.i1j about,to-rJEMsntetj tJirt ,oit^ hW tluilt1»fiaj.,;kiiu^<i progfe^s.vfas.arifesie^by^tt^ci^entaljB^'ni, iiug. ufis^buntry!manj;of ouji^Wn,AS ejrdaq!h.i. ; ijiinary;en|husiait« whose abp|earan,ce«ft, ucit,1! -! (is tiit^clij|fi'Oin;.jtb;e-,dignttyj njf, jiis>. bear!iig>tu.. find..tlie tdanly heauty;,of ;lirs copntenapc*. .^ He wps. ubpareqtly nbout:thiijiyj-fiypiyeaH-pf}0 age, and j well dressed.in GritlUal cost^i|(lf tj,,-. bm the fasliiont'd' hts,bcard;, and tbe.rnai|n«T in which ^iQ:Woi-e: his ;long, hair divided.pm ^ his forehead,.olid fulling. u|i.djerneatbhtf|mf!!.^ 'ban iilj-re^ve* o^rej: Ifjs; slipii'ders, .tpgejllMlf;,, with) the flelica«y Of hia.cojinhlexipn,flMpWHI tares,' sltrjw<}d»J»|in» to be,.f^ejgqi^pitbjoP^r3 plmoEtha ildit.dftnnd/giivfl iotaptjiiini.picUirr.n ;csque>to|the,,. character. ofiiisrbe.ad;i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

• - . - : '. ' .- , ¦-. 1 . -n- ;, ; ISeWnrd oOlonesty; . .» , -. ¦ There ¦ is~sbmething inf female honor, or virtue in n woman, which charms nsmbch 113 honesty in a rnnii; ani both are so rare, anil lit ihe same time so i iefetim%bi€r, thnt it niny well be'-said, 1 . «¦. - " Ah'boneiit man's'the iiprj] est work of <3b<f." The Cnrdinnl FarneEH,'who wir& very* properly named' t|he. Phroti of the '^oor, gave ptiblic andieoce nrj'e'a wtek to iridic gent persrmsin his neiglbOrhbod, arid tfistnbute'd his bottnty .amolt g thetn according to their, wants. A1 wom!i;ii'' of geh'ttet ad-'' dress, but in a dejected, forlorn, condition; presented herself ane diif.with her dailgliter ^ a beautiful creature , ibout fifrefen years oM^'belftire this liberal edclesinstic. • '- . ¦ "MVltird," Sad shej "the rent of my luirise (five cr'omtts;"'linsbeeii doe some days .a'iid iny lahdlord'threateis to'turn m'e: into1 the street, unless lie is- p^tid within'h'iveek: jilnvi* the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

¦HI^I^'^i^|B?;1OT^y{Xl'lj .-J A feiv yenraagp therei ^ ayri.ved.atthe-fcijttMC e^wtedjoeap^fiiignra Ffjll.^,. an pijd Rooking man, Ahofo. nappearapCjO. and^epoftmigt) vjeretqiiitefitiiicftntrast.«itb4heipro4td^« \vBHidiissedi4DaV ¦•pal'^had; .8gtir«|;1'wiJjjdij §»; clorAedhhaJ itselebrated i^sart, ;JSe, s^ejned just.tOihnye,Sprung,/rflriri: , the4.wood*J ;,Hi«, <ijregSj.Tiwh!ic,bi, dsas iHia^fti pfi Jeatherj;*^} ^rendfiJll^initieedrpfiirepairi apparency. w« hnvingjifplfc^he; touch, ,ofj i^8| n"(jj.i!6-«iDi^ fur; miihy » lijin g; nxonthi ^ .wprnroui^hn^ kdtdia^;i.iii^tt,!ibat^i^tT^/or,-a,^itjrt,(iirff huckled.to.hieshDuldeiPi^ahirge.kuifB.liupg on onoisidBijjbnlancedalpy'; ^jropgi'uf'ijrtS'ft box ohi-theioriier, and, Ms beatd,..iinqrppp«lf tangled!tlnd^Rnrae, .fell dinwn.,uppnibi*i.b<jft sQiiW-nbif ^feot|nterpoi|e.iiie,|Wei^htJ9i>th'» dark.^i|Bh'i^^i|bAr^p^orjbBd. '^wV»<i!i onithojhacltUolidtigiipul'defs,! ^ Thts?^nm being tpitne.jf peoMMOrs, Wtpingl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

Front Mexico. Extracts from a letter front "Vera Cruz., dated Sept. 26, 1847 : Yesterday I yaw a letter from a Mexican, in Mexico, dated the 18th iust., which said that General Santa Anna had left the city with 1500 cavalry fur Oajnca ; that he1 had delegated bis powers us President to Senor Pena y Penn and two of the Judges of the Supreme Court. Last evening, however, to our surprise, we heard by lettersfromJulnpn that Santa Anna bad reached PuehluUvith 2000 cavalry, and that Col. Childs, who bag command of the forts above the city; had commenced bombarding, and bad thrown 300 shells into the city; This, sir, is the strange news we received last evening1 from Jnlapa. My own opinion is—and I npi not alone—that Gen. Santa Anna is endeavoring to make his way to the sea coast to embark, or was oh his way to Onjiicn ; for with so small a force he could not think to cut off the reinforcements to Gen. Scott. Strange to say, we are wiihout any letters that can he depended upon—noth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

Still Later from Mexico. Latest Nries from the City of Mexico—Moii La Patria Rumors—Difficulties with the Leperos—Santa Anna Returning to'JUezico—Renewal of the Fight—Gen. Worth not Killed—Gen. Rea in Possession Jif Pueblo. Correspondence uf llie B'd'. Patriot—by Telepmph. Richmond, Oct. J2, 9 o'clock, A. M. The Southern mail regularly due has arrived, bringing New Orleans dates and papers to the 5ih instant. The New Orleans La Pnlria has received some further accounts from Mexico, which differs from thoue published yesterday. The information of Lh Ptitria is mostly obtained from Mexican sources. It would appear the American troops,,after taking the oity of Mexico, had numerous severe conflicts with-the almost innumerable swarms of Lepenw, who inhabited and surrounded the Capital—that die former finally became so annoying mid destructive that they obtained advantage of tlie American troops, who were finally, under the necessity of retreating from the ciiy. It is further stal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

From the Public Ledger". Powder magazine Explosion- Struck by Lightning—One Hundred Houses Destroyed—Great Loss of Life. Cincinnati, Oct. 15, P. M We .learn from Nashville, dial u most terrific calamity occurred there on Tuesday evening. During die prevalence of a violent thunder storm, die lightning siruck a Powder, Magazine, and die stroke was followed by mi awful explosion which could be compared to nothing but an eurihuunke ! At least one hundred houses were di stroyed and the loss of life camiyt yet be told.— Ten dead bodies have already teen discovered, and the citizens had turned out en masse to search the ruins either for other corpses, or perhaps to extricate those who may be lingering in agonies worse than death. This dreadful calamity has fallen no the city of N-shville with appalling force. The particulars of the tragedy will he awaited with the greatest anxiety. We have no names of the sufferers, or of the, property destroyed, except that (he house of Mr. Shevers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

Goveraor'a Elceiloat. Below w« give the majorities for Governor so far ns re bare received the returns.— There remains eleven couhties to be heard from, which in 1844 gave jShuuk a majority of about !1000. If these counties return the same vote, Shunk's majority will be about 17,0(10. There are only two Whig counties to he heard from, Huntingdon and Somerset :• <• Cnnutie*. Shank. Irvin. Philadelphia city &. Co 2393 Shuylkill, 1009 " Burks, 4500 Cumberland, 426 Bucks, - 500 Perry, 700, ArutMrocg, 61)9 York, 9b9 Columbia, \ 1400 Northuinberll.illd, 700 Weslinori hind, 2100 Washington, 200 Mifflin, 450 Ly coming, '400 Jiuiiiitii, 70 Centre, 750 Nordiu'mpuin, 5J0 Sullivan, 250 - - Greene, 960 Boiler, 30 Fayette, j 400 . Luzerne, j J2(X) Wyoming, | 150 Carbon, ! 304 Montgomery, 1487 Lrhigb, | 342 Monroe, J071 Susqi-hnnun, ' 889 Bradford, j 700 Tioga, " 401) Wayne, 400 f" Bedford, 250 \ C'urion, 900 Venango, 400 Delaware, 235 Merc."r, 3| Chester, 400 Lancaster, i 4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

PROSPECTUS OF THE COSGRESSIONAl GLOBE it JPPBJfDII. WE issue tlii- Prospectus lb apprise the Public of renewed preparations oiibur part to fiuliliali the Cougrcssipi u| Globe titid Appendix for the approaching session, and to invite subscriptions. The two Horfses having coiuructed with us for the Work, on such terms 11s enable us note ito make complete reports, to multiply and Iksue'the nmnbers in quicker sucession than heretofore, mid without increasing the price to subscribers, we hope to make a good return fur the liberality and high official sa^ctioi^ thus bestowed on die publication. • We!shall ins crease the volume at least one thirjd beyond the ordinary bulk, and endeavor lo add to its usefulness by extending still further its .large circulation.' I \ This last is not the least important point iu the view of Coiigpess. Fiiitlifii| and du> \b\u reports of die debates of thelbodv uri of value iu proportion to the jaxteut of'iherr circuhuiiiu among the peoplti It is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

^^.HW^p^rtgblifcTwfdrf w««iip«oW« he siu in his craggy borne, ffr ^e*.e,Ste? inpuhtaitrt, will wrea.n it to the tempe« and Itffr 'lirs. He Was John J. Aud^n^hjeWmJtirologisN L J\ f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

'"' *Kst's"'"! FrimtheN, 0. Picajjaue, Oct. 6. , ^'JPurthw ntexicaa Jlews. imm aemy! aW&Aecr'mt °ftie Execution of Riley aMgcventecn of the Foreign Legion. i\f,y^rer Paj\ fou"d opportunity to look ItoM* fil* °1 Mexicanspapferslrora the 5th\o tlie,IpthojrSeptember,both inclusive. We, find very htde of incident in them toex-PacJjHWf,<?«ra gutlierfrora themin very clear ,de uS frMP5r^ of hostility with which the P^PdiiiKf* n'|fm^d towards us. A very deternj{nM effort is made to excite prejudice ag*$$ ?* for th f ««cutton of the Irish de-*er *?^*:,V'Wd find this execution made the subject of an entire supplementary number of the DJan'o «f«/ Gobierno of the lOtlt ult. It ii tri the form of an address to the Mexican'people, witlmut any signature, but eviden 0M?! PBTtaking in some measure of an offic«5|>haracter. We give a translation of the whole document, though we have not' a doubjt that the circumstances of the executi«? are grossly exaggerated. Itj gives ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

gence. Entrance into the city of Aexlee. In conversing with an intelligent officer, who expressed in very strong terms his conviction that those who condemned General Scott for hot entering the city after the victory of Churubusco, did so without a full knowledge of the difficulties of the undertaking, we were forcibly impressed with „ statement of his in relation to ihe very great impediments and perils in storming u city like Mexico. ; ,, ' . The Cijy of, Mexico is built in the centre of a Jake,, which we believe it nearly dried up, and the only approaches to it are over causeways from one and a half to two miles long. These are defended by strong batteries, manned bja large army, and the heads of tlw streets: iwto which the-cauteway* run "*f? fyr^^tMd&rttebynunon. Had: GenJScott advanced upon the city, he would haVe lost fully a half«! hia arinr. a„d &&¦$¦$* ^.teW "(ready jneurred in the bailies of Contreras and Churubusco, would have been severely c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

$l)e fkoylc's 2tborite. (ti. novo, POBListiEa. ! " Here •lull tin Press, the Peopled righutmaibtih, Uiwwed by iifluonco, and uubribejl by gain.*' BIOWlBOgE, OCT. tl, 1947. E. W. (JARR, Sun Building, N. E. corner of Tnird and Dock Streets, PkVa. is authorized to act as Agektfor the •• People's Advoctte," and reccie< and receipt any monies due the same for advertising, Sec.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

i MpRE EVIDENCE O^ THE VIBTUES-QF DR. i JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICNES. ¦ Dr. J. N. Smith. Wiu>boro\ N. C, su'vs—Some of,. tout Family Medicine have reached this pari of the country. Thev seem lo do milch'good, and are ea' ferly sought after by all who are acquainted with I medicinal virtues. I should be clad Hi have an a-\ gettcy lift* the sale of them, as -I flatter myself, that * my reputation as a r>hysici.in is such, as will promote ' vouriulerest in-lheir sale. The Expcclnrunl appears ? to be iu the greatest demmid here. \ Mr. J. H. Wallace. Milord, Pa..says—Tbe6r»t \ tixinoulas very litlle .Medicine was sold, excepting { vonr Worm Medicine, whLh wa* soin disposed of. I' It is bat n snort lime si.ice the Expectorant was i much called for. 1 had useJ one bottle in my tami-^ I It, land found it an -excellent meditiue for colds. Th(s spring there have been an unusnal number nf I . persous complaiuiu^ of heavy colds, and the most of? ? them have found reli»f by using your...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

SEW YORK MARKETS. rusiiicTlD wtiKLl roa the people's advocate. j Wheat Soar, per barrel j $6,25 'd> 6,7a . Oorarneal do , 2.50 <S> — J • Wheat, per bushel ; 1,25 ® 1.50 Bye, do ,80 ® 0\90 £ Corn do ,00 © ,75 I Barley, do \ 0,00 ® 0.55 Otis, do 0,45 ® 0,50 Butter per lb. Orange co. 0,20 ® 8,22 do westers dairy, 0,12 <3 0,14 % Cbeese, per lb. 0,08 © 0,08 ' \ Beef, per barrel, mess, 11,00 ©11,75 do prime, 8,50 <ai 9,25 Poyk, per barrel, mess, 14,75 © ,— [ ! , do prime, 1J,50 ©13,00 , Lard, per lb. 0.10J® 0,11 5 Hams per lb. smoked 0,fl7 © 0."09 I American wool per lb. saxon 0,35 ® 0,37 J I do full blood Merino 0,34 ® 0,38 § do 1&. | Merino 0,29 « 0.34 ¦ S do tiatjre^ i\ Merino 0.26 9 fl.29

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

new advertisements: I I ~ NEW WORK. . ICh nkcni niseellmajr OF USEFUL &. ENTERTAINING KNOWLEDGE. Eiiled by BoatKT Chshber*. Autkor of " Cyelope-. dia of English ZMeralure." m x"F«* Elegant LUstratiue Engraving: Price Hi I | Cent* per J\o. I (tjpULD, KENDALL & LINCOLN arrhappy loan-1 I Bounce that they nave completed arrangement* I "tthMessfs. Oluunbers, of Edinburgh, for the re-I publica tion, in senii-muntidy numbers, of Cuitia "tts's UuciLLSJir. I S Toe design of the Misccelast is to supply the in"fasing demand fot- useful., instructive, and enter-I tap»»6' «*!«««>g. «»4 -10 bring all the aid. of. liters-I *<*lobf*r<m cultivation of the feelings and under-I j"**"*'* tfV*peoml*—<u> irant*ss correct view* on important morsJiutjl social questions'—wppreas eve-2gWF»a °J>»»fe sW savagety_<hW- the' lagging ^jjwpoudmg, byllhe relation of tale* drawn irom J* ¦a yniiioos of; popibu- writers rtwsetlte tan-2; by desenptions o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

salamandek, fire and thief proof chests, FIRE-PROOF DOOHS for RANKS aud STORES SEAL aud LETTER-COPYING PRESSES I'ATENT SLATE-LINED REFRIGERATORS, WATER FILTERS, patent portable WATER CLOSETS, intended for the SICK and INFIRM. EVASS A WATSON, 76 SOUTH THIRD STREET, (OPPOSITE THE PHILADELPHIA EXCH.VNOF.,) M ANUFACTURE aud keep constantly un hand, a large assortment of the above articles, tofe tlier with their Patent Improved Salamander IRE-PROOF SAFES, which are so constructed as to set at rest all maimer uf doubt as to their being Strictly fire-proof, aud that they will resist the tire of any building. The outside cases of these Sates ore made of boiler iron, the inside case of soa|>stoue, and between the outer case and inner cose is a space of some three inches thick, and'is filled in with indestructible material, so as Ut make it an impossibility to burn any of the contents inside of this Chest. These Soapsume Salamanders w>~ are pre|>ared and do challenge ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

©L®TLm PRgSSDNQI THE subscriber would in form the public llmt he will pay his nltentioit tu dressing of Custom Cloths ibis srnsun. AH what lituair biin willi .their custom m>iy exnect their work done iti senson, anal .well dona-, or no pay. A. WILLIAMS. Silver Lnke, Sept. 29, 1847.—6?3«-4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 21 October 1847

jyEW 'ADVERT[sfitvmB^k! •" t THE FALI STO«£jfe??| OF GOODS, justl Receiving at I. L. POST Si, GO'S I S worth looking at. Weleaa and wdlssdl Goods as-cheap jut they can be I >und west of N»w York City. A large stock of i ' Clo(hs, Cussiroers ami Vestingt. 35 pieces Gihghams—do. De a ins and Plaids—,lo. Striped and Plait Alpnccns. Cash* ineresi Silks nud Merin m, of beatitifal colors. Bonnet Velvets an i Satins. Flowers, Rihnhds, Fringes, Gira is, aud Buttons.— Cloiiktngs, fur Indies; Linen nnd Muslin Edgings, the bent stock in the county.— Gloves nnd Hosiery.. C hildren's knit Caps. A large stuck uf '., ¦ WfH10Tg-d@®®©.. Worked Collars, verj nice patterns. Buffalo Robes, Ludies* M iffs, Ladies' Carpet Travelling Bags. Sha' rls of every variety. A large stock of BOOTS &. \] — SHOES. As ni-Bt a stock »•¦- of CROCKERY as can be found. HARDWAHE bf nearly nil kinds from n (mill-saw to n girablet. GROCERIES, rts usual, good and cbenp. Iron, Sprini|-ktpel, Nails, Horse Sh...

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