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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

NE WS FROJI MEXICO. I At tost ve have authentic intelligence of the operations of Gen. Scott in the City of Mexico. The anxiety hits been intense for news from Gen. Scott, especially as the intelligence through Mexican sources which We have already published left some doubts for the safi tyvof our army. The letters from Mr. Kendall, of the Picayune, (who was himself wounded while acting as a volunteer,) happily dispels all doubts by announcing another brilliant victory of our arms—a victory von by desperate fighting, and attended wii h a fearful loss of life on boll I sides. M-. Kendall vent a list of killed nnc I wounded to the Picayune, amounting t< 1623 ; wt ile the loss of the Mexicans he es timates nl thrice that number. General; Worth anil Quitman, with their respective divisions, bore the brunt ot the action at tin: ¦ f \ ¦ fcijiy gates and in the streets, the latter heinjg the first to enter the plaza and hoist th: »'[Striped bunting." Generals Pillow an I Shi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

WM fM ARMY! I Frpta the Public Ledger. . M^iK«MlaU'ik«tten tt*mO*Armf. NarnUitu of EeuUsatthe City of Mexico, as ti'': '" Jr9* '*' ®*** ¦ i!fW« received yesterday by Express, a eo pytpf^e N. O. Picayune of the 14jh\ which cpataioa ,Mr. Kendall's letters, giving an account of tbe events in and about the city ofcMuico, - from the 8th intt, down to the taking of the city, and make such extracts at: are likely to be of interest to! our readers. . -;.... Tke Battle of Cfcanaoltepee •*•' •' TAcnBAYa, Sept 8,1847. < Forenoon, 10 o'clock—I have just returned from another I battle field—one in which tlie .victory of th$ American arms was complete, and on Which our army contended against an enemy immensely, superior in numbers and strongly posted. Gen. Worth commenced the attack at early daylight, and in lest than two hours every point was carried, all the cannon of the^enemy were in bar possession, an immense; quantity of ammunition captured, and nearly 1000 men, among them fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

sa^ i - - Anuual meeting and Show, Of the Susquehanna County Agricultur, ii j Society, Tuesday Oct. 19, 1847. Meeting called to ordjer by the President, Judge Jessup. The , paribus Comraittei is twere culled, and on their report the folio* ring premiums were awarded : For tlnf best acre of Winter wheat, to Ab :l Caesedy,iof Dimock, $5—28J bushels io the acre on ploughed land. J For the "best acre of Corn, to Rodne y jjewett of Brooklyn, §5—119| bpshels t» the acre, j 2nd best, to Michael Hill, of Si - aver Lake] $3—98 bushels per acre. i; Fqr the best half-acre'of Rum Bagas, t j JN. P. Wheaton, of Franklin, |3—prbduu 'of the half-acre, 520 bushels. ! \ i For thi' best half-tier^ of Sugar Beets, t j JC. J. Curtis, of Bridge wBter,|$3—product cf ihe half-aLre 282 bushels. ; ^ 1 For the ^ b«'st specimen of Butter to Mn. JB. A. Bu terfield, of Brjilgewater, $3. |, For the best Cheese, to Mrs. Charles [Tingley, of Harford, $3. b For th« bejit Cow, to Orrin Pritchard, of (Springyi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

NEW ADVERT^J^^^p ciopedia, but it ltcompUea With eq^fr S^gH " ~ adapted to tbe wiants of thepeop/e. Ji, Trf^U•M From the Praatical Educator^ BJSJ^' from .lbs plan of this work, andi fi&oif fca, _. from th* first number, we aire lea to befievsg yj ?• a very vafaabls pnWieatioh. It wi# contain j* J£ eating memoir* sod historical sketches, which »uj be usrfu/, instructive, and ente«tainin£; h-wUfth««i me influence of chaste literature, »v?r tbe feeing* and the heart* of it* readers, and be a highly valuable addition to public and-private libraries. ''' From the N. Y. Recorder. ¦ The character of the contents, and: the reputa ion of its editor, will give it a wide circulation. Its designs is, "in short, to furnish ail unobtrusive friend ana guide, a lively fireside companion, as far as thbt object can be attained through the instrumenti lity ofljooks." , _ From the Ghronotype, Boston. , This is deservedly a great favorite with the r fading public, suiting the taste of all cl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

¦¦'¦ j^^^p^raTOlliaftH ^; THE FALIitjS'lXJCK¦'(:. m ^ooi^is, ijust «?«i»ing!at-|. .L.P.pSr^GO^I' T" worth, looking at. We can* id will aeUGood* Ch^ ^?P*» *«y *an be found vest of New Yorit CI "'^"Spwoeaof- ' ee, }?*"»• Cataimera and Vettinr*. 26 piedo s»#, *i?^-do' Del"in« and PlaidtJmeVe* *^M°\ *!«n Al|iaccas. Cashnm. BolinL^ Meriboi, o:' beautifal col-B^^S^-^»i»- Flowe rs, Cloaking*, fcRS^WW «,d-i B"""1 V %dpb^W b^^™n»n4 MuS,w G\F,eFaridHpe\ery^Z-i^^- - A large 8tock<of **["*•»'**« Capa. WMttTi ©&5»@)$, : ' Worked CoUan, very pica p»vu£IW, Buf falo Robes, Ladies' Muffs, Ladie»' Carpet I Travelling Bags. Shawls < if .every variety. I A large stock of ./ 1 BOOTS & t].^, SHOES. \ Asneatastock »^»» of CROCKERY as can be {bund. HARDWARE of nearly all kinds from-a mill saw to a gimblet. GROCERIES, as uiual, good and cheap. Iron, Spring-steel,- Nails, Horse Shoes. , Dye-Stuffs and Dr igs, very cheap. Lamp-Oils, good at low prices. Looking Glasses, the la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

' ' . new|lp^SPe5^5^. , THE aabseriber would inform I the poali i tbat'be wjllpay hii>t«nti<^>odre«aiB|r of Custom Cloths thu season. J All jvlja tf vdr him with their costpm m»j^ expset jtboir work dona in season, and well done, or bo pay. ' \V'¦'¦'¦ ¦ : ^1 A. WlttlAMS-.''1' • - Silver Lake, S«pt.2&,184Tt—68w4 7. NEW G^OJaS,:! i :"i HP HE subscribers are now receiviilg by thai*.;*. x & Erie RaU Boad a lam addition to theif stock of GOODS. We tender our grateful acknowledge meuta tothote who have beretoforotovored oa, aid cordiajly.-inviteillwhoaremwantof r«<i QQOVi, otlovprietttamrexui'hcslll. - I !• - r ¦ :!• ¦ : ¦ . f. B. CHANDLBR&CO. i Sept 16,18477' "."» , 1 . I • 1 !r . ^ ;*RY(iooi)b, [ Ginghams, Alpacas, Plaids, PrinuiDelains, shawl* Hd'kfs,- Button^, Thret«L. Silk, Blsfcketa, Bonnet* Ribboni. Sheetings, Shirtings, tineas; O'ntpjar Fringe',' Gloves,; Tape, Hopks &, £?<¦> >od jinBM everything ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

Float Kfexlee*. Mexican Intelligence from La Patria—Valencia Released by pen. S,cott~Par:des at Jalisco—A\n Arnty of 20,000 Men collected by the Coalition of the Mexican States-^Re-o } lending* of the Churches—In- tentions of Smta Anna—Preparing for Escape— The New President believed to favor Peace—Gen. Lane arrived at Perote. ' ' Petersbtbg, Vi., Oct. 28. TWNew Orleans {Picayune and Delta, of the 15th, hav; been received by mail, but1 as their content! have! been anticipated by the Ledger's Overland Express, I omit sending any abstract from their columns. The Commercial Times, on the authority of a correspond* nt of jLa Patria,:says that' Gen. Scot) has ordered the immediate and: unconditional re ease olf Gen. Valencia, as a well-merited rev urd for his valor and patriotism displayed at the battle of Clmpiiltepec., He remained qiiet, at bis hacienda, four mites from the Capital. I According to several letters, Gen. Poredes \ remained at the Capital, incognito', and has witn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

Thatskstxivina; Day. By the following proclamation of Gov.. Sbunk it will ^r. seen that be has recom-1 mended Thursday, the 25th of November, as a day to be set apart for public prayer, thanksgiving aid praise:' i Prnnsvlvania sa: In the name and by the authority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Fran :is R. Shunk, Governor pf ' said Commomo'.alth. A Proclamation. i Fellow CUk ens s—God isgreat and good. It is our duty t) adore His greatness, to acknowledge His goodness, to confess to Him^ our sins, and humbly implore their forgiveluess. It is fit ind becotoingr that we should do so, not only as individuals, but as a Coma B^>oweakl|;pf I fee citizens, who, during the past year have received unnumbered blessings at his ha ids. t | Under bis guardianship our free ihttituitiuus, founded liy the wisdom of the Fathers jof the Republic haveTbeen preserved to us 'inviolate. We have richly enjoyed all oar civil ^nd social privileges, aud tbe right to worilrrp Godaiour-consci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ^ E^j iTjrOQllis'l -. rWIHE subscriber offers' the best assort-.' *';.' ment mf (3(J)®nHg|aiii falj ¦ to his customers tbat he has ever brought into this village, consisting as usual of almost every thing that is called for. In addition, he has added a good assortment of Carpenters' 6c Joiners' Tbolsjall of which will be iold very cheap for ready pay. ' Oct. 28,1847. BENJ.SAYRE. ¦' :- ¦ .'.',"= '. ' ¦ '-..t . 1 . '- -. 1\ I ¦ > ;. SAVE TOlJR ASHES. ; dj» f| i A WILL be paid in Goods for <P") J."** goodfchouse ashes, |jf bro't soori'by B. jSayre. Oct. 26,'47. . ' LEATHERS—a good assortment kept constantly on hand by B. Sayre. Moots 4* Shoes, A SPENDID assortment for men women ¦ **- and children, of all sizes und descriptions, by B, Snyre. STOVES. 1 GREAT variety of Cook Stoves, also -™- for parlor, shop and school-houses,' dtc., both for burning wood and coal. Persons ; wishing to purchase will do well to call and see his assortment before purc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

UA.yB YOU T1|IEI>IT1—If^inio no t delay another ^day, but j send immediately; if yon have been one of the w: sejnd prudent; aid already bo't a botue, the qdestj $his setUed^ypo ha m recovered your health::-.._' ! ' - '' . -- • Jayne's CarmmiSve balsam, for boi rel aniumrnmer complauit, lie fer tails. It is the o ily mericine that Will cure. Thousands of persom nave given their, testimony in!ilaiavor. No Uunii? should be withoutU. t"7-'-. ,-''~V:, .,'./'-¦ '; FBVEE AND A JDBi-TCursirarmit si-Jayne't ague pi^ju»w«iaBtedte;cnj» tbeworrtcases of '"^"d SP*- ' |he BWoey;AiHb«i» udoil inall «^ ifthey flul to core, butflhey.nevei &U. | WHy.WEA*I*SwiG.^^a iori ty if the wigs worn art wholly i uneceMSry. The ut 9 of Jsyne^s Hair Tonic wiU ai vays preveBt the hai from jfcUing 4fd», «#%« aw «31 in Most M*anVre elitSe the hetd^j th a beaoWil crop b "new ladr; ASTBONG EVIDENCE that Dr. J» roe't Xipeol twant is saperigrp all other remedies for tie curt MtCoagbt, Cbosalnption. Bron...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

¦*$ now Mcdymg a handsome lot of . „ ,Bit •qoba^-,' '¦- V.ai - - v -J"' ¦^HGjNfcta;^^ ' ;4^Boot« & Stationery^.^' -.^; ; *r Cro*#es;:p3(e-. stjjrtf^::' ":,¦'Vi .- I^NaHs^FiB^j^rsfcci-1;';!;* ^ Tnankml to^iejjdtfor pastjiwors, hehppesfe eiiine cheap Jo receive a liberal sljare of their patpnige. XT, Becollect,for CAftfratJeatvbeisnot p b* undersold* ¦ ' -.-" Mfantrose, May 13, 1847. - , v ' fTBrANTED; Geese Feathers, Butter, Bags, Bees-W Wni'.&cj&c. F.ISONS. May 13, 1847; ¦ ,.V" .'1 books. ¦:¦ I" ARGE Family Bibles for 10s; also common: and Wjk pocket Bibles, Testamento; Geographies and itiaW AriUmfctics, Grammars,' Philosophical arid ^hataical'Books; Oobb't, Sannders', nnd Towu't Spelling Book s-iPorter't Readers. A good atsortnent of Toy BAokt and Tickets. Also, the new Kylim Books for the Presbyteriani and Baptist tecieiettl Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &ci&c torWeby j- 3- Lyons. May 13i 1S4T. PATENT Paflt, .Brooms, Clothes Pint, Bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

n %wfai*m^**affl. TN olfering^iuitothe pab^tlii proprietor Is L : "^^tepo/^^aoa^f Wmeredetiratbt* all mankin£may towthe^uef%i± remedyiwS hisowy.cWoo^rnehdshaTO^bad opp^tv heretofore of Enjoying, iadn^hini to SStiti ^^?f; ^^V.^?fl ^i*e *«o«s*Dds., Batite supenif abd wellrirpvrf efSdairrinancists?** ceiit biirnsi «ialds 8r5 wouhds, as also tn*tev*£isisL ichsppeihanits, and.old;ulceri¦ ofiDdolTOtSiin. jougbi ^ to be known, and jUxeaeriLuie Wittc«E | y^Ao.it7bei every day cqmwnlTO0r tMiSmin Wthere casualties are'so freijuemVl 1 '' *i'™" ^' ' ¦! From ^km'erdns certificatia in hitpoUennB' tt%> proprietor offers the following*!' . jr 7^^<iiT •> ThUtnay cortrfythatI-W.Ostid fttr.Seott't'BM. tSKftSrffi^' New Milfhrd, Mafch l^S^? ^^ . . J--!N.' ii ., - ' i, ., Th».rnay. Ndrtify thatwatavauied L. ScoiftSu. anvei Cerate, and wc know it to be a valuSfe«it e3y for «alds or burns, and Ithereforewaiinglv^ tnbute.ovr testimony biutivor.;. ••'.. 7* ,reo* ' ]; !'' ELEANOR LINE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

^^MiW^^i^i CQMtECTCT ¦WggW.rJ08.TBV MOf :i*S aDVOCATB 1 PBraSYliMAK ^^TJnd^riSi^ -,! ' -J 1 dis «Wl»djelp^iprtflj if,,. NEW liAMPSHIBE' iffli^i^rSVsa^^WjUltolywtbankt ^ jai, "pamensing hahlt '*• Wr . • \' i MHZ. ' .. 't ; T^feW|Mpr^^^Cala5s1ia!r«,',5>i lW^» W«W|iktjafa»vj!,-!,asdisAgritaltiiiiil^bMikf ito> g*a«»V9f!t4plisiW l»r City bk P^rtlami. ;itof. ' EfJRf/feii^R]''?^ ;par DamaritC'itta dp.(. GiBraiantOOTi ' .par. Mercantil j bk 3b" ' ^Del c6 a^fesW " ' p» Sffllwatei fjlmiil httib CTiesSsr BTgl WChej tcrpar Bangor C Sm bk' do MontgomeVyveo". H ) $^ *estibrop i Vk do Farmers' b'k Bucks co par Citizens* ili " do fioiiew'*bk'Read'g •-psrGWiebk! - ¦ii'- Eastoll ' - par Washingtmco ¦ ¦' 'do' Nekhampton ¦ j- - no sale Frankfort bk do tincaswrbank par All tolvet tbanks *dis FarTOiuaJicaater' - par VERMONT. Lebanon' 1 dis Bank of {t Albans 14 dis Hairiiburg-i -f 1 rdU Bk of Bei mingtoii — dis Middletown .1 dis All solve] it banks ' J dia Carisle :-^.vljdis MAsSSj BCH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

BINGHAMTOJN ADVERT ISEMENfS i SiUEiMW TEaS7-7^7 '; A*rj«Eit|r tobk priciss. . L '"m. KtapEOBD, .of IJINGHAMTON, ] • N. Y., has made arrangeinen * with the NEW "SOW VEKTN; TpA COSIPANY, for "tne sale of TEAS in Bmgharaton, and can furnish his customers, and the u$do, ^vitjh'Teas at the set le.pricas that tbe Ctmwiiw^hargejfpr.tneirtin New York, .which is, at i^fiirom'«n^'t»ttto sbilliDgi cheaper, on each pSimJtmiiHheGrocers sell at. Mind'in every case .•wjaiirv' tlief3 Teasido notgive saliltcUon the money ,;will jbe paid back jfor them. ^. .".','..... [. Catalogue -of X&a«.. !". '. -'? ¦ ,', 'j.,'GREBN. >^nn^^yMJi,.gppd,i . $0 374 'dd." do. " sweet'eargo, 50 .Tidiv,'i;do>^ j fiiiefrargo,, . • / ¦;..-¦; 76 do. , do, sUvfirleaf, -1 00 Stiver ¦Ledf-^elrjam «old even by large dealers, b». n pmseof the small profits,made -on .its sale—it a vwy snpenorTea. - "noao7':Wr'T-goiaenlcbop, ' .' 1 50 . Gulden CAfl^-^Tihia is the finest {rreen Tea cultivated inrChmje, il^ji...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

BINGHAMTON ADVERTI! lEHENTS. pany, 75. and 7?,Fulton st. have imported into this market Some ^Se-WndredihonsandUoUort worth ' of the finest gradet of Green and BU :k Tms grown ^^Gelesfi^iBp^^fcf.naWliiUtha^ ,. .fancy^plckagfei tliat-Chinese Ingennity can'invent. ' ¦Jtis;^pnvaegetp jbu^Teaaat this |rc« estabbsh. ;, neaVandrif' luknryiand domfort to drink them.— ,'; They tell good teas only, bad .retail: them «i whol<* ;; kale prices. ^ Coontiy merchimta wl o wishj a)wlvs to sell good Teas, can aLwats-'pbtait :thett attthis plac<,:On reasonable" terms^-£«^ntoa1.j;.J;';- - i^i'nie:iijU)ve/Tr^;arefcrja^*yi4i'i.'> r ¦ - * t. .,rii.vM.fipoWj ,.. * ' SoW tont for Brojtie County. -«| 1''Bmgham'tan,inay]lilJl84r'.l:i'1tl '^T ' '"">'''¦ .—**-i—. ¦ .'¦'¦ . -'11,—-,,i-1 >ii :—i— >— . ' List of Popular Medicines, yokJA^^ g^k^ftyP' ,-' BINQHrfMTON/II.Vjy' WHO keeps constantly on hah I 'a'(all' assort. ment?rf(Seattitie DRUGS & MEDICINES, , PAI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

TiKMMIigBtj A¥$&|0L#&W nilrr.,^ if-Hi i'ill (?.-(•!-&' • "ffH *'WltJ1--» .-ifp-K-. ' jpijmmi&Qm jwafbgb*cW«p» Mlmw-m^^Mrc(eap,-D.mci^ya .^emaUM •pety.^eap,^. .ORLEANS \ . MS-.mm^ i&jMAaMfin mugar, A CQE^J^hWMsrapioea: faded 7, mi&NSjMSft,mQM NAffiS, S TEEL, gooffZ stock, WMMER' ..fflPJZFSijfage variety-1 aasn*. cheap, BROADCLO 7'HS and KERSE YS, vcrytouxprice^HARNESS TRIM-: MI$GSi,a large ttocki PORKby the ,\barrci%,in short, the largest, ind best ' SfpQKof GOODS we have ever offered, at prices to suit. ,1 •'. %^®iV! ^ - : CASH PAID FOR WOOL .' *. ISAAC L. POST & CO. Jpne ^ ip, 1847* >..¦ r r 1 Ifl.^SV&'Co5i^al»8^LlBlAGENTS of . Ihe^ew York,l|EKW TEA iGOMPANY for Susquehanna County, tdf" See advertisement. NEW STYLP GENT'S HATS. SP EIG FASHION EOB 1847. G ROWN—74 inches high, 5-16 yeoman, } bell at nVsidos.-l-lO'fnmt and rear, J em-ve: Tlr ] oval, flat. Brim—-15 iechet wide, front and rear, and 1 fr-i6 at aid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 28 October 1847

'< " ¦¦ :tf. ^5iv;;^iio4s:i ¦ -^ fpjfBltubae ibert! have received, their usual well jJL.telecuJ Block of GOODS.suitable'to the seasabi^. '. whicb: -^vi 1 be sold at prices to. spit,the timet for ^ VA$H.a&m^: £i%i^^ . :i .'Their assm tment comprisbs almost tevory article $W Pcojile w mt U, way of DRY ^ GQQJJS,, audi as,, . . -ii. 'i...-. ll&OAD' JDLQTH8^,>->rZ'^ .-.^. v^satinets:,,-: ..;,w,-." .,„.,., 7 . '¦ 1 •¦ ;,. CASSIMEfiES, -.„., ... .....,; TWEEDS, Sfc. afc. ,.:i And,lota of a iminernuanV for boys and children':. wear, Six. -J.mong thqir ' fROCICER¥' inewestpattenm. i in-¦*¦¦•¦ .-.-.' , ARD\V^]E7;; ' ; 7 . Toouumoroi s to mention. In addition they have ¦ choie lotof ¦ t - ( i: :.;" GrROCERlE^ ; Such as ill/GAR, MOLASSES, SPl ' - CES, FISH, dfc. tyc. 1 ; '' All < f which will bo| exclslhged for ¦ "fT7Y~|/|YT1 Beeswax, Pbathers, Butter, > »» \J\JJ-As) Egg8,;Tow-clothiandallkindi of GRAIN. R. SEARLE &, CO. Montrose, Juu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

WSjt^iicoftfo'g jUwratf .^iT»\.n\(K6 'KV*Rr'.TiiL^sDif'io»NiKO, It ifi-,;>-iB-j!i ¦ .<<* <0g ' -n'5^jffJ'tI *"";i ^ ;• ^foMeiPon ile: wetfslde o/the ftftiicA*vUa.).; .W'Yingd t.:<'iW-, m v >mtnv,-o-i -r-.i-it^r,. —,'C||BMS-'-0 $* 'DOLLAR wyeai'; i«i«d»ih|fc'" j , ..((Jpaj^Dqlltfv aij4J?ifty*Conts<if not-pnid iv^itlfm three rnontlj?,-;i ,pd if debff^ nutilrafter die,eipjralo T^n'»y-fiW , chiit«'^<mitiiiniav^?l>,'Be. cK^ed ossSHere the;papir is-deli vcred by leartifera aithejyub-,^?)iy»',>c»{ijen3 5-i.i sr-;fi i =m .¦.. ,"'.<<* la .¦!!>;,¦ |,iU ] r^sconliuuau :es imtinnal, with. tjjp (Piddisbeil,. ui> le'w'iirrr'iirn'a'ri'Bre'piiiiV. ' '" '' ,. ';' i-.-i._a._j i_--j_l_i_-J_j! •_•:_- ...-!•-.. •..(' I-, : .>•!'>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

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Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

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Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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