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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

TJf^MfM^mMm^,-'"! •„••• ,,>-.,;,f-flirffMe.J,fJauli(in :;. oTho.-increaaiu^nopulariiy. pf DK G. Be*}. Smith' 1 improved iH^atAYegefatle, supqr.' jzoatcd m^hok iiidiic^d a uuiuber M>f pers'oiis .to make something th%' cairPit.'is'aiid'coat'tlicm'with sugar,' in order' to sell thrai for tho genninej - whiltj tliey'do notjpos^ seas a.particle off ihe goodnesav nor even assimuato in.ajpearanp.e toi the oriauaLDr.rSmith'sP'lUi.;,,! ^ short, they are dn iutbnded FBAlrt) apoa the com"- inanity:' A nlmSster'who'fttfirstliarfiui interest nf au^imimtiTO*ug4rCoated-Pill,'3ua^iufa<;tured in Atbany, N?iV,, lijis: giyeulhcm up, ^s he says, >on account of the misirnblo dishonest jjartics concerned in inahiifactiiring them. ' The sanrb part)' are iio<v indnstriimsly cirWlatiui^ reports calculated to injure Dr. Smith aid t<j affect U10. jepntation of bis valuable gills;, but rather than notice tucm iff public, Pr. is auoul ieni 1 omun » insuraijo );proce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

WANTED. lO.OOO Bc^hqls Oals, 1000 biu-liels Rye. WO bushels Timothy si-i il, ami H00 Kirklns Dairy But-Uir, for which tlie highest market price will be.piiiil by ' Mills & Sherman, sept. 23, 1S4K. ' L^TiiiT ?MiH10@Ki^. THE subscribers, haviys received the latest Fashions fijr Cieutlemen s Dress, would infonn th-.-ir numerous patrons, particularly those who have been waiting foil the *' SEWEST STYLE, that they arc prepared to serve lhe,hi in a style o NEATNESS, FIT, AND ELEGANCE. unsurpassed in this place, which they think will require no boasting to reader apparent. ; LIN/ES & LOCKE.. Montrose, Or(. 7,-1846. KEEP IT 1^ MIND THAT the cheapest lot of} Goods ever offered in ibis market!, can now be found at the store of 5. LY@M@i , 16 yds. Ciilicn for One Dollar, Cash. 12 yds. Sheeting / do. do. 6 lbs. Oiv. Toliaccp. do. do. 6 lbs. YOuug Hyson Tea, do. do. lbs. Cod-r'islij/ do. do. Sugar, Coffee, Mvlastes, ic. ccc. &c. -J flTf| STOVESW-ucw and improved-p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

IsaaSXt, P'ostJg-Co. ARE receiving their FALL & WIKTEB Goods, which .wjltta sold'cheap as can be bought in town. '• I 4 rrench, jnjlish, nnd American Cloths. Gold, atiJsteel-niixetl Beaver do-Satinets inci iicrsejrs. ¦ ¦ . Velvet and Satin Vestings—rich. • i Plain'nun phiid Cravats.' AJpaeciiJCiahniQW, and d'Loin Robes. .. Bonhetjiiitins, purple and blue. -... . ,-Btm^ietwiiuinings-T^ricli. | - ,., rl r: ,. Press t*innings, fringes, velvet Ribands, .&,G.ittips.jg ,, ;¥., . ,..„ ,.i.:.;. .M-j, ' Pritits, JO pieces-r-fifptn 5 toiSstB, peryd. ,;Giigbn|)s, bloin ond ,ttyilj'«l, jrioli,1coL'«l. Sbawl4-B^oc|ie, Muffle, jpliiiicc, ,„:,. i. - Groceris, hirge ussyrtiiient. ;, ,, i;/1., ,. -,-. -.TjfeaB^in,istp- 88!ier;lb.! '. : ,;,;A..'. ,, I^on/»riq^. steel, Wails, Band-iron .^nd CroW-hurf. ,,1,, :- ,..,,,,...-)(, | ,,i' ',,',-' ..Jiordt#repf every, kind. !;. .. ,1'.,"!'!'.. tuMi|Lj*Ml^d,fileft. U.:..: -j, . ...H.Cllll •'i. IjQpkiftgla^ies, best^ois't in town.,,., .,&g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

.^L™.»l!PI;iHfe.^ rfTHB bi^bh* »her, 9|«'f iie People's;AdVinit^biv-Ji. ing|ht rise of an er tirely new and modent as* sorjtmcntbf BOB TY^E,; ro now prepared Aeieci ta, in a neatsankl satisfactory style,Hul kinds o ', ;;;;;|w:tii§iK ,;: at prices ttn ^ siiit the time i. .>v,i "... .';, ,i Ca|dS, -!,- * CATALOIStJESj -tHAkiblEts,-; , ¦¦'BIVA^*Ks|;&¦^5„'"," Printed Jn'Short notice^ ind m tlfe'beJt 's^f lcof mis Art. I ti •• -i- j ' .:¦:> Sit -¦ :--¦ EfA|sh^ro of thp People's patronngo-|s reap/ ;ctr fully soliiiKid. : i.- . . -Ii Jnly.91 1B46.' ' DO^V ,&|60YD. ' F@p!r@iF. cM¥oe^ino®iM. [ SfOTAMiGOKE. j - NI. POST for the bhtrfilof wham it jiu p tonct r*, •. qlfcrt fur salu, a% ^beiHatShop.of 110 late C. W. TuttA, k general assortment' of- ^lais ai d Caps oa -a! reason jbte.ere.nt lothpsewho pay pronptly, or at a libefel discbimtTof cash. - ¦ ^ August 4J 1846. i iJ i ;, 8—4w, wto&iV ^ttftila'ft-^ .«fSElHiS^, ^iS-W^I^Bi., THB|ubscribersnre recpiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

TH^'ftt^ATsiafl^^^^ Cd^km^' aWmrat introductory- SiM ' , dernf, aud a i^taftepariUeiaittoti ,,iMm*m™ip»kwtionth\at.titu ai . ¦i^&mfamwjsjsffiuife ;, ri.ifBY;SAMdEt>lAUNDER;,; 'n; ' Author'ofthe;i'Ti^ryolkn6wledee.*,'''iiin^..t !,-;,! > ,,tfffi?sW."*if.-.;mclqwng , !™S W^mMPmcA , , . Ki>|T£D BV JOIIS i I.1JIAK; 8,'q. ' ' The repSibUcaatm'of thS viiluahii work iml-i. utolertakeu partlV <m account pf,the high fcyot^ which it has beeii rewived in'Vni\£,A^? WU.e1eUc.touX adaption. 0f.3»h,, pumi'. "^ that has bcenlou'g.and generally fclf and ifran, SI judgment and MStily miiifestej in hi biorSL^ The idea ^^h,*™^ w^.Tno tT formidable dimeiisions, and at S-prie^wWcfbS? it within theWh'of'very mdderate 'eSStaffif a suhceut outline ofilw, w„rW's »¦!«,.„ hi^?1 ^ similar outlines 6f the history of every nadoni^ ebvmnsly jndKnons andapproprKte * to!«SiZ5 eulogmuu .-Evfto;. persdfr^no ,,earesat d2(WtE acqusition of.usetul knowledge mnst draWtl; ^ seas snch a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

THtJ subscriber returns ihaiiksto iii friends tad the public generjdly, for theliberal patroni^ he has received:, during tho past summer, and tn pcctfully invite^ them to. call and .like a look sflio A'cic and'splcn<ii<l - '. i LQJ1V OF G0ODS, bo isimjiw rece^vine, and which will be sold cheaper than1 ever before ottercd'ui this market , J. LYONS, sept. 3, 1846; RAISINS, iri small boxes,'-nice-ior fatrnlr' ns<\ ftr ' sale by : J. LVONS. i A SPLEJVDIp^dT j OF plain, plaid; chnngii'ible.' fancy, ombre stn& ' Alpaceaa, Delaines, Cashinerj»;"Grhghams, Alipienes, &c. &. Also, some elegant- CoHifncreanl Delaine Shawljs fur sale by . , ' "~ J.-Lyons. I ;j . , , '" : ALPACAS.,; PLAIN, pla iil. pad striped Alpacas clieap at - sept. 3, l|4fi. , ' SALISBURY'S G R E AT BARGAINS! S'lSU ©iSii^S'SJStP'S,©!' ©? ¦ijccsj ,fsJ ytJ ^saf \&. ^ ¦ FOR Cash, Battar,;Beeswax, F.qathJrt. &c 4c, or. approyeu credit, in Suscmchauna County, eta be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

f he f mies "''"MvotrnM ' . vffHpe on the west side of the Public Averiue^l ( 1 T&RM3^QNE DOLLAB a' year in advance. ; ¦ i -<&»' DollarTiftv Cents if ndt paid within ttiW BJo|th», and if delayed until .after the oxmiatwabf the wear two dollars'will he exacted- j ' ' ifscdn'tinuances optional with the Publishers, iuV lossjarrearagea ore paid. ; ,; ileUer* to the rablUUer* on business with Uiepfficefmost be post-paid to insure attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

flpcttjT~ I From die Democratic Review. AMEBIC*'8 GPABP ^ 1 ." ,i o; 1. BARRTDT. I'Of war, and an invaded soil, ;' . 1 A sadden cry linps through the land, I ^nd instantly our chieftain'* call ; | Is echoed back on every hand. • - 1 And down the Mississippi vale, I Gathered from near ruid'distout parts, I All eager for the fray, is poured 1 An avalanche of beating hearts. iEaeh beating high with eager hope, , ' I Its country will accept its aid; -1 Arid lijb is freely offered that p The-debt of loyalty be paid. si I Now, while the torrent rapidly | Is swelling to a mighty force I Of strength, to crush the foe that dares | Oppose its fiercely-rushing course; 1A stripling conies in humble garb, I A-fbnt, and roughly travel-worn, 1 But whose young eyes fatigue bad left, « z Of even- ardent glance unshorn. •¦!' ¦ * * ¦ ' 5 He seeks the presence of the chief, | | With eager tones of earnest youth, I And thus hi* anxious wishes speaks, While every gesture echoes truth: , " I wish ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

I illisccUann. ¦ t ¦ ¦ jf Tnc Murder of Joe Teale. i } — • " =¦¦ a Hi«TOr.icAL rsciCE.vT or the revolctios. • . in the rude barracks of the New York ccjtrjmon, one niorningearly, an unusual bus-4lej was observed. British officers were selefting n party of tnen for on expedition, wfiicli, to judge from their expressions <|f pleasure, was of more than ordinary interest^ and afforded promise of n greater amount of |musc.mcnt than usual—for in, those days ij was accounted the height of amusement . forla party of British regulars to scout about, —-surprise land engage a handful of Yankee inijitiamen, and slay then] without the slightest show of mercy. Sometimes those unfortunate creatures—farmers or craftsmen —were compelled to perform the most Hdicjnlous acts, while they stood, with a perfect knowledge of their situation, upon the ve|ge of eternity. They were made, oftentimjes, to dance, and while so doing, were shit down like mongrel dogs. Others were bajqneriea1 while t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

\ . ¦ - From the N. O. Picayune, f THE CUT DIBECT. A fall, raw-honed countryman bounded like nn Indian ^rubber ball into the Recorder's office yesterday morning, with his head done u]jj in a blood-stained towel, from wllirjh Bowed d sanguinary stream, crimsoning his face and broad expansive shirt colla ri-f-About liisj, neck was a large table cloth dr sheet tucked under his shirt collar, floti.tinjg in the wind, and this also was spotted with blood. Following him in rapid succe'ssioli were three ''negroes, the foremost of whom was in his shirtsleeves and bare headed, nnd had evidently heeti assisted in his advent by the adventitious circumstance of fife countryman's hand closely and firmly clutclling his cravat sanr] shirt collar, and with h determined purpose that would have madfe him lack in the\face if Nature herself hafl not been befbrehimd in the field. \ "Is there latv in this office, Judgc.'qY ain't tberlt 1 Is Wood to be spilt and ill offender go clear\ or not?" inquir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

»VK>T.!;-^i ••<.'-.n::tSKi^W*.ire i45s"i|»^'iil-' ;ri;- ^;i ¦:<;...•¦ ¦t.iKS.Tiiiiitpil koiT. .¦jfl-sT' In ^'B^'the'bWpostk'ttii'hoU^tiiinJft "'/la . . -, . ., And theoW'^tej-'t A'"S^p'iv ."i-.H'ff '¦ '¦"¦ Torgetfel of their wintry wars ^''i -"- '^ yi. -i ¦>->»toa$it£&te} -.,--„i i.:iif4,.n.i7i-¦:>' Higheippei; a^lpl^JHk9%rnit5'&a4^sl " ;; -! <3 Stand there in state.'-'" Ufhrf'.ssrt' . " .-f/ii,.:¦¦ ...!. ¦'¦"$ wl; :-;¦- - •;-.„.•..>, :iu.:-'it">* -I '¦vThedri.W'M»hangibg;by, AeIai>-:^v1[;i;.,-.'.i.:--.ii ¦ ii ^ The'eaves; the.door;..,.;.>-'>.-.-.'r. .-,;j» The haystack has become«hill); ;' tj-y v •'!' viAil-covered o'er !'f; i-=fa ¦ _ .r ,.-,-,, " ' Thetvagoaloaded.fwitoiaul ,; >.„,':, > ¦•'• ;"^-'' The eve before. .->; ic. V \ <\ .ic.-w' •i:-.*lf^bimga.ihe;waterp|a—i;,M.],1Sj,;V.; j ., But,^here'slb«twaU.t-.*,-,i. -,>'!.'.',,s- ' :-¦ !^e.n,aSio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

ivesoiui ;, The Value of BcspIatl«iB. ..,. ta Tl I-**, it ._._! 'i - ton,! says a writer, ^ is omnipotent." ,. And if j we will solemnly determihe.' | to make, the mojst antlibest of all our powers : and capacities; and if to this end,iwith Wil' : berforce,;we;wijl but ."seize and improve ',', the shortest intervals of possible action and ' effort," we shall fmd that there is i^o lament ; to pur fadvaiicerneut. iWithout thjw resolute j and earnest purpose, the best aids and meana ; are of little wortjh; hut With it even the weak- j est are; mighty, j, Without tt.w* shall decern- ; plish nothing, xrnh it, everything.. ;A man \ j who ia,;3ecidedly hi earnest, acts upon the jj motto of jhe pickaxe.ujion, the old sealf— ; I "Either,I.will find a way or I will make ; [ one,';. He has somewhat the spjrij.of Bona- ' j parte, who, when told bu the eye of a" bailie ! ! 'M .9lrcMmstnr^i«s/.were)agaMist.hiii»fre- " plied, "Circtirostaucesi!: I make or control ¦[) circumstances, jiot boyy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

• nm^t^mtm^mMt. ' ^m j IM^^^^^^MSMilmi ai*| a^tesj,ftFwtr OMTSjer ware fbr^e first, and. Tw-Kitt^frvcO««rs»dttitioail tw.ssikjabaiiuent uiser tioa. '^-.^(jM' .-'"'" \ v^^^TS^^?-^«*^..4'>^Af •i-: terabon, tiottoeiceeil ; V- -..lL'> ^ " ^rtdiffimiwith &8%ffifimi#> '|3.001 ™fOWunmi.~~','.iiS-ra tt-"-?> 'MiM-i'Hs^A? s 00:i- On^fl^amiir >;,Wj,!'~iW1 ^£ss& <%-'**& IS 001 Atf^^^'^^^^-w^W3 °<>:i Au C3t ¥r advertisements inserted at reasonable • ' rate«.-j':-t*--•.*;- ,.-:;ji;if-ij-i '".]' \ 'j' ^^ ' ^aftafshould be mtrked J*ht (the man-'; ^^rMej^majrequire-ai ¦ tvc,$-ha']ttiixiati j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

A Strange frcak|of Nutare. 1 We cannot neglect tc- express bur wonder at the unparalled appcaraince of Dr. Edson, the brother of |he living; splefoi, who under the name of CalWh'Edsin^,astonished tlie ,world., We have no kno<vledg< of any other living skeletons than litis man und his brother. There is a tendency in the human family to corpulency aft|r the age of 25, and every man's chest, liifnit nj d Iuhgs enlarge. Wherijthfe chest is pre1 rented frdia enlarging, by habits of; sfoopinif, the heart, grows, while the chestj remaining in its original condition,' compfesses that organ,-and produces death, the lause of which is, attributed to diseases 6r; e ilnrge neiit of the heart. The critire struct ire of the human body changes tjvery seven years. But such changes as that perceived in Doc.t. Edson, who, 19 years^ ago, weikhed ].38 pounds (now weighs 49 pounds',/have never been known out of his family, fat with one exception—that of a poor Mrjetch"enfeebled by d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

M^sMwMttk. i-.ir ¦ ' .,, ,. i...' I" From the fwwth American. - ¦ ->lmpwumt ilNteJIsgeace Tram-. New • plexico. "- Wbmftfc Jfawai|'<—ittew 'can; Infurre^tion v.v. ;i, a* Taps—Cot|rnor B«nf iJIUrdXreirf^;^--i i ¦ saVsutdfton b/j|i»eWeans—Probable Cap-• '"i tore of SantalFe— Trap set to lure Col ' •'.'- Doniphan—Hte Imminent Danger. ~ 1 ;|Pittsbcrgh, March 16. .:¦. By river weh|ve St. Louis papers four days in advance of mail, with dates from ESaiifa Fe cbvferiifg^ important news. ¦ There has been an eztefisive Mexican insurrection at Taos. AU tl|e Spaniards who evinced any sympathy with the American cause had ' been compelled |s "escape. . - Gov. Bent, Stephen Lee, Acting Sheriff, Gen. Elliott Leejj Henry Seal, and twenty .Americans, weiie killed and their familes despoiled. Thef Alcalde was also killed.— This all occurred on the 17th January. The insurrection had Smade formidable head, and the disaffection!was rapidly spreading.— The insurrectionists were sending...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

i From Uir; Washington Union. •Tlie Post-Offlec Department. We lay before our readers the new regulations fvhich have been adopted by the Postmaster General, under the laws passed at the cl-ise of the last session ol Congress. They embrace a variety of new and interesting provisions, which ought to be understood thoroughly by the people themselves, as well as by the postmasters. The attention of this last and most important class of officers throughout |he country is specially invited to them. Regulations of the Post-Office Department for the enforcement of the acts of Congress of the I ss, 2a7 and 3rf of March ,1847. 1. All deputy.postmasters are authorized to send free, through the mails, all, letters and packages not jwtigliing over two ounces, which they may have occasion to write or send, relating 10 tiic business ot their offices or of the post-office, department, endorsing thereon " Host-office business," and signing their names thereto. And those whose compensation d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

* To our Patrons. 1 - | As byfecent arrangements the labor and responsibility of conducting th& " Pt>oples Advocates' have devolved entirely upon its hitherto junior, publisher, i|t may be expect cd that I^b should give some guaranty of it:i future course. - The " Advocate," n|'here tofore, ntfd in [ accordance wittf its tjjarliesi professid|s atjd undertakbg, will{?j|e con ducted «|th a .view to the perrnanentjjoscei dency of, purely demor-rntic, priflciplfts, the njoref rapid advancement of our common prosperity, the? protection off our bes| interests as Ifennsjylvanift citizens, and fwith n just rcga|d for! the popular Will.! If wjijl con tin no feaJ-lessly to expose the secret'ievicei; •and mischievous intrigues of that little knot or clique? of designing politicians wlnVinfes: the Fire|proof and assunie ito cqntrorltlie political dekinic^ of the county not qnjly, but of every Individual of the jeast prominence within i|: who Conceive fi^at they; nold alt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

New iTIail Route. . . »ve are happy to'learn that on tlie last day of the late Session of Congress s,- a, law was enacted establishing a mail route between-Montrose and LanesborO ii a New Milford. ri The question now arise 5, in what way shall the mail be conveyed, - and how many times per week? Upon the subject the Post-Master General shoult be petitioned. ' i J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

—";¦• »¦'——Coal an<l Iron. . An attempt.to raise the duty oh Coal and Iron at the late session of Congress- failed, though favored by the Pennsylvan ia delegation with grfeat unanimity. Our 1 rdn; mJitlufucturesare, however, at least tetipbrarily encburaged by circumstances wlich exist abroad. The mania for Railroads, it is siu|tlv so rages in Europe, that iron rails are-required fbr laying fourteen tbousan 1 miles of road. This demand will probably afford1 a> niarket to such extent that comparalively little will be imported to this country fori a year, or two ,«nles|some revulsion hould occur. Thus in: the absence of cempetition from an iiitrpductipn of the fc«^j;n artfel^ reasonable priccsjtm'a^ home. The.con^uentiy eontinuci I de«n.»W for coal mayalsp sustain the mark it fortha* article for a like Sfsason. ,, , " ,A.9socu,te JraWR^The :notni ti«>.of Hon. M. C. Tyle^/ip be Associa e Judge for i$s Cbunty^jpiaceof Hoti. B«nj.'La^h> rpp whose terfe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 March 1847

| Frqm the St Lcmis Daily Union, March 9. Addltionl Partlcnlrtrs of the RIasaaj ere in New Ulcxico. A friend at Independence has sent the details of the insurrection1 at Taos, as far as they were known. The Alcalde of Tads acted a double part. He wrote to the Alcalde of Los Vegas that he would join him with six hundred men in an expedition against Santa Fe, and at the same time sent word to Mr. John A. Wells, at Moro, that he was n; friend to the Americans. For this pretended friendship, it seems' he was killed bjr the Mexicans. The Alcalde of Los Vegas informed Wells that be refused to second tlie outbreak of the mob, andj desig-ucd to co-operate with the Americans. Gov. Bent had rei.cased the Mexicans at Santa Fe, charged wih.'. intended insurrection, and had been at STaos a few days, where his family resides. lit is married to a Mexican lady and owns a uirm .iear that place. On the 17th of January, the mob ^ose fon .the - Americans there, and a.?- sassinatcd them, among! ...

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