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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

« QOOOS %^Ri1»WE=^Et^p^; i Ml»^TOtr^tef-;V : •>IsMal CfWst^lfJ«sS|MK SUiitt.Coii!4>^ j H-. wqj »**s«iF«B=t*.«4Si-i -.••-'t rraULWA: iMUfcjWboJ*M^an«l Beti nvinPiy;Goo,k •MM C r^Sf^f;E^f^^ar 'd-w ^ Glass-warT fie^ic'.oBeVU^rantai^ttiKoie 'vi ho'wisfcto Vnv eqostUl'Si ^StstfrijWen^. 1 hehvassortmew is extennf e wad will be soli} at pric s to correspoc,) with the *me» and the ^tots^off'j irchascraJny0 ca«A,tliflyi ^tjoth^nBder»o!4!_ . ,. ' Among heir sjnortrnerit may be f nnd a great iriery'of »;<i^-esi»«Vi^bii»&tirigr0f-.: .• ,;Bto«dclpJtsJ of every; variety an 1 color. . Sumner plbtfts—fancy','striped: iniplaih' '¦ ' '^Caircces^Cteifesl'sryles ofthe season:' • r. ...jla^Uj I'iCntvmia, Sc**»i Mitts, I ibqns, Silk TO. vetsi Bicb Dress Saks,Tnnge and o heir lashioiiibl., trttAirtSiforl^s'idresi^i ¦ • ..; •; ..'I^w^Pnrss.Gpods, of every v: riety and, suits. ble for the season.: ' ' '' '• Draw ;r Goods of;eTerydeicrip ion, and in fact evcry.ayri le usually k...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 October 1846

¦ < . . I i;-* - New Tort farmers'CIud. ¦ i - The-meetings fitsthis club have not been %-pry; fully-attended Jhelast few months, owing to theestreme f eat of jthe season, the absence of many persou5 from the city, and the necessity,of tl|e||fanpers in < the vicinity to remain at boinje Jhtid attend to their crops. - ' Grafting the Tohaio and the Potato.— Mr. Meigs read from the " Annals of the Royal Hortic+iimraJ Society <ol Paris," an accountofatucce^s^il experimentof grafting a stem of the tomatji upon the stalk of the potato, by wliicha|erop of potatoes was - raised in the air, land one of tomatoes in the earth. He also read,from the same journal an extract from apape| by Banori D'Honbres-Firnias on a r \ h •¦Journey'to Past&n, in which it is stated that, near Nap)es,ftftey cultivated large fields with gourds, and ariong diem, heads of cabbages, -cauliliowrgj Salads, and other kitcheoS : yegetablea, all of Wf|rch grow and prosper together. Tii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

S Jpffletnj. ..::;;":;"; _[ S _^=g- .. " —-. Invocation ©rp*a*h*'" ' Cometo|iegra«'»<iu.! etf^ u™b^r>,.', .,- - ^Im'ohate heart j ' ' . At the <Wi<Hi «™h''of *>* toxwungt1 >V% do»l thon atortt .,-' > ¦ Oft duW '^oa ao™*- - and languish, , ... iyi|ing to go; Wearily: weeping—lamenting—Heavy with woe; .Now i» .tlluj time of thy calling, (¦ WliV dost thou shrink I Why doit thou turn with such loathing >>tBn the rrave's brink t ! 1 • '< ¦" Soft is Ujiefdepth of it» shadow,' iSJci* thou and mark; Peaceful toe bed now preparing Iti fee chill dark! Here the j&'ild sea of life's tumhtl Oeisetlj to roar; Hero the Jain fever of love Vejeth no more; Here, shall no.sound of reproaches, I^itjerly said, Filling (hi! heart with hot aching, trouble the dead! - ' Here are Jio partings—no leaving s . i frtpnds dearly joined ; . Here is ni» sobbing awl moaning Bohie on the wiud; Here snaf no hopes, fondly cherished, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

illtsttllani . 5 From the Saturday Courier. The Teinjptation ofWashingtoti, A Tradmn vftkt Wissahikon CM. \ >* __ tif GEORGE LIPPARD. There are days in winter when the air is soft ntid baMny as the early days of summer, when, jri fact, that glad maiden May kcm s to blojwj her wairm . breath in 'the grim lace of Febuajy, until the rough old warrior laughs again. 8 It was on rfjday like tliis tt>at the morning sunshine Jtrearoing over a high rock that frowns ifiere, far above the Wissabi kon. t A high rocky-attainable only by. along, winding path'pfenced in by the trunks of giant pines fllhose boughs, in- the days in winter, forrfl |i canopy overhead. This rock |s covered by a carpet of ever green moss, k And near, Hiis nook—this chamber in the forest, for it fas nothing less-r-sate, an old man, seperat|d from it by the trunks pfThe large pines, |wtose boughs concealed Us form. a That old rjpan had come here alone, toihink over hft two sons, now freezing at Val...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

' Fromjjhe New York Observe/. W$C0MS PIAIB1E?; WESTERS PROGRESS. j. Madison, Wicjonsin, Sept. 5, 1846. jn 1836, when the territory of Wisconsinwas farmed from the domain of Michigan, this place was fixed; upon as the seat of government, literally beyond the bounds of civilisation some seventy miles, in a course almost due West fron) Milwaukie. At that time there was a single log cabin here, and the entire population living within the territorial limits somethirtgover 11,000. In 1840 it ^ mounted to 31,000. The State census off last June exhibits an increase to tnore than 150,000, to which, it is thought by competent judges, \ twenty thousand have since been added! > jAs rapid as has been the increase of population in many of kbe Western States and Territories, that of this greatly transcends thim all. Indeed one can scarcely believe it possible that then? has not been an over estimate; and there would be ample room hi doubt, were not the facts confirmed by the best an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

, i—. u - OBEAT CriUOSITlES. lo tut pmtor oj the Journal oj Vommtru: Feeling an interest in the National Museum, whose formation you have announced, I beg leave to offer the following curiosities for the acceptance of the managers: , The tail of an Irish Bull. Some sand from time's hour-glass. ' A torn! ruffle from Love's last shift. The iron, from the plane of the ecliptic. A quandary, with a man in it. Pan df the patch with which O'Connel's rent was, mended. ' Half a dozen feathers from a: gin-cocktail, j A fishing-rod ' and two walking-sticks made of Hurricane. , A knock-down argument, and ihe impression it made. The World in miniature; very old copy,— faded. 7 A pound of butter from the cream of a joke, and a cheese from the milk of human kindness. The march of mmd arranged for a full orchestra, with a trumpet obligate, by Fame. - Some i bristles from the last brush with the Mexicans, '¦ and a little of Ampudia's dander dn them'. A fluke from, the anchor of Hope. Whisker...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

it-l ®£* iPappjaii time for c j,TT«»fcT«|i»^i,.j ¦ h-Nih< .tenths of the coram! inity^lHJnfejBliiiJa ter the time rortbispurpose but^tbe i^isgnij,^. assign* d, that '• the sap it in rtb^j fj^tsJSv showa M futility, as it js evi lent to tl^jnao*|?, supers nalr^bserver tb at;0« re; ja nearMtbU ^ ?»^^W^M*«P^mitliB|w'«^3si»»>L pnsixfl tis:tes<active imwit ter,7a»drl4ke,aMi/" otherit «iistMrtv is congealed dnrii»*;^e;«ft}djt, 3 ^s t^i idicriVijtet) srAeniiiot ^BtiwlitJtenL circulawo i^nejei'rstoppelin ib*jre^|f> Reasdic or. philosophy wou d.se6wrtepiR^| r':s cate thit thet period of the matHrityof 0^^ leaf.iot fromi the last.of Ju ieto the first,^j IVoyember, isabe seasoii ;fo : cutting, timber, b in its perfecu'on. Certain;it iMhat we^ei., nuimerius examples of ^n iber cut;"wkhW0j this pe iod, which liifsexhi M a; dunbilitr jtw6»:, or three tiroes as great .a^.-j.tbfjp^ c)i£inivinter,: when placed noder precisely, , the sat te circumstances. J f^erit is, fe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

,i .^mH^^m^T:' ,«W ?f^^i*MP«cupu«ly i uertedat the" am-1' ¦1 raJes.( <gntx.C*$x* pa xmi jo fotihe firsVsiaf ^ wS!fi^*-V«*Mj«ddUw iiA j,. eita;n robswraentl . > ,m»ero6B;*T' • • ,p:'a%: I"'^'n"s -Xon-i^jW^t^ Yeatiy ^vi)rb»einent»,3wiai. be^TiWofil-ii _ tjBrsno*,w>ttt»:exc«eil- .,.,, •, ...... .; j ' <ki»Jw(romsm ^wimltJiepspr> peiryesri 'i'ifJiW - «alf<M«mn-r-r-5iv>.'tf-aov.^ '*• tlfi&R-^ ,*-«BiR*§I - jOneiOolauit ; .;b^'uo-.i„ ..•;;¦.! :•- j*>»Jt'> «i5,«o|i} ' ; All.otter q^verucnienU in»< rtrf at re«ii«iibV,-! •-Wtes;'^''" -feA-u. spj *ci- •• : r-i .'''-'«:->4u ^sirhs !! ^ JHw* i*enicftU Aoiad bet'fain usd with thetobk.Jj ! ber^M^B^BM^BJ^^g ¦ ^a^^iJF^nlL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

®l)c JB^le^ ^ootatcrCBLISBEDl^IttT THOBSDAT KOU.VISO, BT ir^ow i boyd. (Office on the wert'sUe of the PubUc Afe»^V tERMS.-okE DOLLAE a yi^..¥"^Ntagi-One Dollar F% Cents if not pa>4 w*m ^* months, and if |iSlayed nnnl after die expramm ti ,h» vear two ddlWa will be exacted, > ..^ DL^ntinuimt^optional with tlio Publishers, nnlc«»arrean«ge»|o«epaid. •' .t!'l\.'' 'r Letters to the^ablUhera oh buionoM with the;©^ fico rniwt be p0»|p8id to insure attention. - - ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

"'''"' ': Aiil Honest Life. " ¦:iV'-::'' The ppOT pittance of,* vetit^ years'ik^iot worth being a villain for. \Vhat maVter,lt fs!f it if y iur neighjior lies in a spiehdtd tomb I Sleep you with . innocei ce. 'lLbok) ; neiiindf> you t irough this track of imej:; 4 Vast'd^sertr lies 6 >en"ii|,retrospec.tr v eai rie^, wthVy|a9s'S and s< |rr6w\ they sink frbit the wilks of nittnii' and f;roii arc to gda latle'furtherj'^K^el'' . you \ ill find eternal res:, 'Wk' ateireV'^yVu^* may ha*e{ttf encounter'I etween tte e'rkdW" and t lie" gt'dvc, every1 mb'r ient is^ big'wiM ii»r'! niimtrable' events, whie 1 come litit¦inJBup^' cessiinuburstitig forcibly fro'tn ^ revojKinff;. and inkiiown %ause',''iu^ .^Ji_3 thi8^'t^^tli, ^ diver lificil influence. ; ;'.". :ri"'')"',''"f "*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

. •¦;;(?, -Wreck of.Minsl,-..,^,,...ii „V„w Tl ere^ (something fit e.jinrt^WjvfSfkflfjj a no! le character, if;tlie y^j^^RjD&leBigj^ mate y appliedj to ,h«m..,\ rhpse.jpp|y. .<ass^a^a tions arc^thosej pf melant holy^lThje^g^^ cur of human natiireisoi ;enseen.inits rutins.; -^niitfie'.rninii yifrm '.«i$R' ^VwW1 ^ were. tjio)ae:,%atTform,ttip ^ero;pr,^n)aifcp^.4 &m\ ?»^»j>».,«rjgp-w pn "S-H^nfifm J araj. !ni^hpdv, ali,ti?e1^e nfij^of^rBafe^j,^ TJgii e^a ulirigenpg,, dte^ty; .;:yjjic^;1 crjme:> fm A^JWtprWir* «P^'rl®?fe?tft,{ teiP^yf^^fi ^t^m^SWtej* isbm ^nt, a sensitiveness r>f suffering, whjchjjr no rt pedted wounds can dull; a harrowing, l rank ing thouKli|t|iat st" U^oTnts tothepast, and, wi^ *a fieudish la igli ^ compareJ tha preaititMiritfi'the^ suioni :v^siphs, pq)lab(iIer, •^^^mww^w: the i npnlsps'df; tlbe fofliesrientMeii^k >the 1 i^fwti-om^Mm^i of thjughtalone, but tl* /Bicer^os*he»«kaV tbirai 4ikeSwl»«siiof»theis««l^s*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

P~ ¦ -I ill ,.¦¦•¦,; .Iju.,. ,P?gac ckerr is^» Wauri* BmMi. .; 1.' sf'svERroisT.'' . :Jp''; , . I ' l> ". T'-'-Uatr:... »•• •¦¦:-.. Jfcrf- n> Our friend Lonls- of the ^Italian Batbs(" has just; about the nicest arrengemeurJin!the shape of Su bath that an up river ma,n can desire; <l|nt stifjhe1 hash?t| after all; rpt&n "lotist tijjuch'M^ihewaybfhis cockspaod that iwefhlittd OutreecntljcVat the St. Ciarlesf Hotel, N^wOrleans/ We called in toyeean old. acquaintance whohad more stretch »b her girdle than jmost follts^-resemblingfno thin| fl^hy; iq hetticoats, except it be F«k staff disguised a* the "fat woman of brentford,^' in tbeMeriy Wives. We werejihown iritoki bajjhing room,: and there we discovered that a^patenti new plan of " lettii||g oh" and |»< letting offf the-watef had beerfUntrol duced; iWesawt a shining brassplnt^ with three pol&hed handles, having"-a « elatik" turnlandelegantly lettered beneath, •« Hoi " Cold;''!'Waste?' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

Kerns ofiftlje toe^k Prob) the St. Louis Vnkm. : Oeau Keaumey aaijd his Dlovemeatt. Sajratj^E, Sept 13,1846. . Messrs. Editor* ;f|On the 2d inst Gen. Kearney, with about;eigbt hundred men left the town for an excursion south. We went to a village called Tdpie, about one hundred miles distant We struck the Rio Grande twenty-seven miles jrom this place, at a village called San Domingo, inhabited by Puebla Indians. Odr reception at this village was quite a graip affair, the principal men and,braves of tljp tribe met us six miles from the town and escorted us in; the braves were mounted on tjpeir best horses, and dressed in the mostj gaudy apparel, and armed and equipped in the same manner as when they go out for |be purpose of fighting/ When the General passed the head of their columns, they fired eiff their guns, anifrthen one file on each fide|of our companies proceeded to the rear Jand then wheeled and came down closet to fiur line atthe top of the speed of their horste, yelli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

Aaaericaoivolsmteera. The courage andijdiscipline displayed by our volunteers at thebtorming of Monterey are subjects of universal praise. The ¦Charleston Evening .news speaking of the .subject says : " The circumstances of volunteers storming entrenchments is novel in military history.. Tile auxiliary force under <ien. Taylor will be] said, however, not to iall under the denomination of raw recruits, having received the benefits of drill and discipline for three months, in the presence of regular forces and Accomplished officers.-Yet the attack and! consequent *xposure in' assailing fortified places, is rarely entrusted to any but tried forcek Militia which have even received some'portion of military instruction are generally so blended with regular troops, as to find, in their superior discipline, a support, and in their trained steadiness and example.! But in storming the flatteries at Monterey; , American militiamen «tood alone in attack^ as they came out of it, -wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

TeR<«e Gall at tLer West. ^ Almost entire destruction of Key West—Fiftlf Ikes Us*- V^reck of the U. 8. Brig Ppjr^ttytyif^Reeemu Cutter Morris—-Great 4*sp)ic£om of property. FffDtn our PWJ»*lej|»bi» exchange papers we copy the t1»U^R|part»eularsof a most dettrswave Gale us ifaf GtU, and great loss rf-Bft'.«MpH¥eiir/..''|-- -¦¦?/.fr . The gale commenced Uowiagfrom N. E. on themorning of tfeelllth olt; by 1 o'clock jt blowed a perfect htrricaoe, tl»e tide rase rapidly until sear midViight,,when it abated. Oit the 18th -it bier i moderate gale, and «**ialf y«ufa«ided. ! ~f rery: drnMug-houme, aave fin or m, at Key West, were desteoyy "I ¦ . ed or unroofed, t^ custom-house was blown down, andJGovernmept property destroyed to the amount of $300,000 jiTaffe's^rharves disappeared, and >tbe§?»alt works Jfere dV strayed. . *X h\ ¥> U / : The United States barracks, were injured, but suffered less thanjigtber buildings. Many families! were turned out hpttseless, ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

40 i From the Public Ledger. Bumors at Washing^*!! ! Washington, nov. otn, JS. The nevfs from New Yoot has already given rise to some angry comments. The Calhoun men make no bones of expressing their satisfaction w4th it .because, in their estimation, Sjlas Wright was -not sufficiently a Southerti man, and consequently " not sufficiently; pure" to ma'^e I a candidate for the presidency. Calhoun is now tprun positively, with or withf jut a Notional convention, or in spite of u. He is one ofthe three candidate? who \& to go into the House if the people jfail to elect a President, and between both r.unies it is supposed he will obtain the greatest number of votes ; the Whigs, if incap/blc of electing a President from their p. wn party, prefering the anti-wnr policy c f Mr.; Calhoun to that of any man nomted by, and pledged to carry out the views of. the. Democratic party. But it may be, after 411, that the Calhoun men may make theij- calculations without their host; it be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

- ir. A Bold. Volunteer. ^ ,. . J. Wjse, Esq.,; the pelebrated jErbnaut, has autfressedacommunication to.theLanjcaster Republican, in Which he proposes to the. War Oeptijftinentitp take the castle of San'Juan de TTIloa, by means ofthe aid of a balloon. He suggests the following plan: " In the first place it will require the construction 6f 'I balloon of common twilled muslin, of about one hundred feet in diameter. . This machine properly- coated with varnish, will retain its buoyancy for many days or weeks, ft' will be capable, when inflated, to/raise over 80,000 pounds. Say 20,000 independent of its own weight, net work, car and cable. It can be inflated in a day, or less time if necessary. The processof inflation may be accomplislied on land, or on board a man of war at sea, as circum stances may require. The car to be loaded with percussion bomb shells to the amount of 18,000 pounds, which will leave 2,000 for ballast and men. Thus it will be ready to be placed in a posit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

IV. r. Al Erie RmIIm.J The Directors of this Company have opened for travel another section of this road, between Middletown and Otisville, i distance of nine] miles, msjking a total of 875. miles from NewJ York. It-was to this point! that the compojiy were restricted in the op£ eratipns of the few of the last session of the) Legislature, until the route they should take; should be deterfnined by Commissioners.—J That question is now settled, and the work*' is now going oii west of the mountain with, all possible despatch. A j further extension, to Port Jervis, 6n the Delaware river, will be made in the spring, j The cars run tdj Otisville twice 4 day. .5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

. -4..,..-,,; /^e'!wiir. ¦_¦:.,} " ', '""" we naven,Me mteligencefr< mt&seat of war particularly intetesting toe ur readers. Numerous le ;ters from gentleme ., (<oJdie„ we should hare .aid,)> Mexico! afford interesting detiils of what occuried at the *ige of STpitefty, eifhracing interesting nwrationa of the battfcmoveme Ms at that critical juncti^.thrill^incide, ts pro vine be valor of our sold ery, andjanecdotes touching the bravery of favorite officers.-W«h ourwo,thy*o!un eers (we, udge from letter.wr.ter, macl^i diffeW battalions and regiments) there ippears to be considerable compeitiqn touc&ngthe c uestion, to whom belong,the greaU prai J We can hordly.decde infavor of^one RegiLnt.without d,spara&.mentto others. lEesoldierly conduct o^all, ha.^ongreatTdmiration from the Am« rican people. The future success of Gen. Taylor, a}d the fat, of Santa Anna, are objects of general Interest-Though the ibrmcr is it present safelv fortifi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 12 November 1846

Oov. For*. 1 >Gov. Ford, who/recEntly mnrchetl at tuo head of some hundred men to but Nnuvbo to rights, lias arrived at onekage of hte* journey, at ivhich he ^onsiderspt to be neeesary to sen d forth nn j epistle, Jiving information of tl e state of affairs. ' 'he Governor is great e n epistleaj and tiicy »re curipsi-. ties which t w public Ore dispo»t 1 to look atv Here u the last one: j Bb LRbstOwwi III. Qc»- f2.184?; I desire 11 avail roypelf* of thchvide circulation of yen ir paper in! UBnois, 11 advise, the public of th ^progress bf affairs i»Hancbck. I arrived at Jhi* place to day, i» command of about on s hundred tlaen', and jnras met by a number 01 men front Carthage. It appeara from their information, thht upon the receiptoflitews;that troops were on their way, the m j» at Nauvoo dispcrs ed; but alt here believe that they would aH immediately-re-aasem ile, if the troops > ere ordered batlr; i Eviry ihtelligent -man under my command i 1 firmly persuaded t...

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