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

Isaac L. Post fyCo. ARE receiving their FALL & WINTER Goods, which will be sold cheap as can be bougiu jn town. 4* French, iEnglish, and Americw Cloths. Gold,, and steel-mixed Beaver do Satinets find Kerseys. . Velvet and Satin Vestings—ri;h.. Plain anil plaid Cravats., Alpacca,|Cashmere, and' d'Lc in Robes. Bonnet Ratios, purple and blue. -Bonnet trimmings—rich. Dress triininiugs, fringes, velv.it Ribands, 6l Gimps. , Prints, 60 pieces—from S to25cts. pcryd. Ginghanis, plain and twill'd, tich, col'rd. Shawls—iliroche, Wufflo, Chihce. . Groceries, large lissortincnt Teas, trojni 2s to 8s per lb. Iron, Spring-steel,; Mails, Baid-iron and Crow-haN. Hard ware of every kind. -* Mill-Sawd and files. • Looking-glasses, best ass't in i own. Crockery"! " " (•»'"' A large ejock of Men's- and Boy's Boot* & Brogahs'p-aUo -Women?* aiid Misses' Shoes of eviry description. •- Pfour, &i. &c. We trust jour Iriends will it Je ist call and examine 6ii^f:«<as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

;j : ^foctrm ¦«"¦>' : J We are sjr©w»»* <>**• " ... We are growing oW-bow the thn^wffl rise < When a glance i. backward cast On some long remembered spot that I.e. t IntheffloDceorthepast; " « k ma_ be the shrine of our early vows, I Or tho tum!> of esc^y teara; ^u, U «eein« like a far-off i»le ito a», ; [n the stormy sea of years. 4>h! wide and wild are the waves tliat part ' | Our steps 'from its greenness now, |.nd we miss the joy of many a heart, | And the light of many a brow; for deep e'er many'a'stately bark 5 Have the whelming billows roll'd ' , that steered with us from that early mark—' - Oh! friends, we are growing old! •Old in the dimness of the dust ( Of onr daily toils and cares—! <t)ld in the-wrccks of love snd trust '. '¦ --I 1 Which par burtheued memory bean, ,.• : Bach form may wear to the passing gaxe( . I The bloom of life's freshness yet, £nd beams may brighten our latter days v '* Which the morning never ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

¦ ¦ <-n ¦¦. ¦ R«!»™«(»!i# :lie-: *«»«?>>,.'.' ; than bnejiundredatid fifty, bushels to: the ac!re, iil n6t%0tth' tbi -farmer's1 attention, j much less if it be in a liseased state ;iod, i «»l)J»JfrPRiniprtv il,e pjd potato Js link worth \ rejfc'mptidn from disea; e, even STi^couiabsj ! eff^S^ i The world;! conpeiveFjis in im* ¦ "jMwte/wantof new,vi rieties;-»eMiii their origin frpni tWe^seed;,,' u», in $tifiir and ! feIi0i?^w^??8-'l §°<i\» potatoes HaVe been ; produced, and are in n.lvance of tljeolJcrop I in';, every important particular. ' They are cultivated byievetal $rsons in Europe, as Wellaj in this1 jebantr*: A gehtteman in ! Germany, near Hamburg, says t|j|t; he hat ] fracticed raisint potatoes from the\ seed for f fteeii years', nrtd has obtained splendid va- j rieties; which are not attacked by <he dit- I ease. ¦ I have practiced the, same method J for; seven years, [and knpw, by my own' ex-, i periments and (?bservati6n«, that i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

t j ¦'' : i / fiiHis«Uanw. i 4= " ' i • \ From the Democratic Review. \ i TOTCE FBOI THE JESITE-TTIABT. |The incidents I am about to relate, took, place some year* since. They probably ocr ic|sionea some sensation at the time, bnt in -tit multiplicity of events which so rapidly *|cceed each other in aSnrge city, th^ylhave ¦dgubtless long since faded from the,public mind. v i . .' jit was my good fortune, at an early >peri-¦ od ofmy professional career, to be appoifnted< ' physician to one of .our state penitentiaries. Itlwas a, situation that particularly! suited me, for in addition to its furnishing me with immediate professional employment, it bro't ml in contact with a class of nry fellow creatafes, that had from my boyhood been eb-. je4t« of my especial interest i ' . fwhoever has surveyed the 4nterifr of a prison, must have been struck with the repulsive aspect of a majority of its inmates. H|w much this is owing to otir precouceiv-«di notions on the subject...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

From thfe American Fsrmer. 1 SEASONABLE ADVICE. I . Sotting Clover Seed.~^-A» we are among those who believe* that njo land can he preserved in a state of fertility, without the system of culture embracing clover within its economy, ns well fur turning in, as for food for stock, we advise all who may have wheat fields, (if they have not done so already) tp sow thtireon, upon everyjacre, from 12l |o 16 lbs. of good clean Clever seed. I Sowing Grass Seed.-^So soon as the frpkt is out of the earth, and the ground sufficiehily dry to plow without itjjwy, all kiiids ff prrass seeds may be s^wn^-asl Timoth|, Herd's gruM, Orchard gpiss, Ryegrass and Lucerne. A practice prevails iti gofnejp>Brt of the country of sowihg.Tirnothy and CW-„_'i ..-il ...-.ft..- TlL.inrdnt'ir.o •» ttlihtt # t , , TCI BV^.U |WGUKI» , »,..w;|. ww..v*. n* ^ - ^T a bad one. Clover Jlbwiers, are fit to ^tft several1 weeks hefore timothy, ond i* therfforei||'suited to:be groVn with it on ttfc silme'field...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

< - Aaeesl*te •fji^il caablha;. i ITIieCharlestoh Me^uty says': Co|. Cushing*e returni toMeXic6'ur|derthepretei»t auspicesi would to somke|teh^ countenance. tlie belief that to his ihanV gifts myflit be adr, 'd'sjd'tbiwofpt^teey^ home from his'successfuHmission ifytihiMi bjfwiyr of the Pacific! ahfl Mexijeo, bii, the rriad,from the; capital'''tv' Vera! Cruz, the singe waif stapled Py[liiiildifti, and the pitssdhgers-de'spoifod HffheiV|ralonbrek.8iid baggage. WhatMr. CuWd^^i^i^Al^tiilai wasjlhe Ipu'oflilsj verjroopiiiws';^ membrandu, of Ins obMtT|tiohs lipon Hi^ dostsih, Ch' tn'siy *n4[::'tW! Jiffejrehf eoutitrfi* throus^ which he had pnjssed, taken with a design to publication.! -»l|pwi arriving at the nex?t6wn,theA|c«d6e4res^ rouch refit lit 'tte' nccttrrai^-lipeiited '"that 'tfiete .. not sumcieot force It the disposal of tsu thorities tbprMect Traveler i, but protn-W'iiMiW^ f (jushing I^MVew. iii' replr, Jhaf %% I uextwue ho'traveled th»tw.y^w6U!d . ¦"«" >"&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

^^¦^¦ssss«iiiiiiii«ss«ssss *sss^sils^BVBVaaSBBBsl M)t tttuijte's 'dWftw#B_. trosusuED svikr. THtm»tur aoBRiso,"ir ids. BOYD. " , (Dffice on *h» west side of the iPuMic Avenue.)' 4bRMS.—ONE DOLLAR a year in sdvaaee.i>. - SSJSt dXed«udl after^e exptrauo? of thiye.rtwniWW^^^^ufeU Pucantuiaances optional wtui vu. • . Xe4 ¦rreamses^re pud. ^^ ^ ^ ^ tetters to the Pablishers.on ouf - *.l. . k- no.t-naid to insure attenuon.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

' ?~?x1 " • ¦ ¦" ;-' ' • - ' ' i-' -I-'-" '" The capture |of Vera Cru* and die Castle of pan Juan d'Ulloa—Four thousand jrfesicans taken prfebriere-ISixtyifive Americans killed and; wounded—Mexican loss on store said to be immense. I !' -i The United Sates war' steamer Princeton, hearing thejbroad 'pennant of Commodore Connor, arrived alt Pericacola on the 4th instant, andfcarne to anchor off the wharf ' at half past nine o'clock in the morning, exchanging saldlcs with, the navy yard as she passed. \ From the Pensacola Gazette of the 4th inst The Prjncetoa sailed from Vera Cruts'on the 29th nit., add brings the glorious intelligence of the reduction of that city,-with the Castle of San Juan de Ullba, and their entire unconditional surrender to our gallant army. \ We are indebted to one of the officers of the Princeton for the following summary of the proceedings|n this most brilliant achievement, an achievement that will redound more to the glory of our army and marine, amon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

was prevented from doingbis share of' th^ travffdeedi of this^briirilnt fight, by the pievoi.* wounds reteiVef at the batbVof Monterey, which sttfl cjblfines him to his bed/and from which it is much feared by his friends he will never recover. Col. Humphry Marshall's splendid, regimentof Kentucky cavalry-" were impatient for an opportunity of showing their mettle, and avenging the capture'of their brethren, then in the hands of theinemy.' Tb«y,were soon favored with the desired * opportunity,' by the approach of a- force oiVmore -than 2000 lancers and hussars, who gallantly charged them. A like! charge was made by Col. May, at the head of a squadron of dragoons, and one of; Arkansas cavalry, against a large body of the enemy with like results. : During the engagement on the right, Santa .Anna, seeing that Gen. Taylor's force was not well protected on the left flank, sent a large force of cavalry'around that point, and outflanking Taylor] succeeded in throwing 2000 men in his rear;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

The Battle «f Buena Yista—Iacldeatt) iaj the Field. A letter in the N. O. Delta, dated Buena Visla.JFcbruary 26, speaking of the action on the 23d, says: ' The Mexicans fought well, but wherever* their superior numbers drove back our infantry, we were sure! to see the artillery gallop?0 * through the ravines and checking them instantly; indeed, the artillery well deserves the name ojf " flying "—they appeared to me to be- gifted with ubiquity—they were here, there, and every where at the, same time- ^ Caritain Washington acted •W,M««sd as we may suppose bis great namjesafce did before him. ' cgp>r Braggs, Sherman, land the other °%Rf Pnd men of M>e different batteries, did their duty npblyj. Each ! arm ; assisted flfrMjff'. J*& May.pjF.the 3d Dragoons, and VWfr p«e» of we, 1*4, were flying every J*£T?» *?.J»ey *«e .wpntetf. Captain M'RuJw»Sh \ww#.m*«il>*em—his Nff 1W-8^V under, him^-t,>as riding n ^£W'.*nd.0%e«i biiomm, but he soon.had anoth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

The Pebasylvaaiaa* la Battl«* The^Penhsylvanin volunteers have already shown tljje ardor and daring elf trite sjpldiers. A letter in the Washington Crtion, from Vera Cruz, speaks of their conduct in the field, and shows how they may jbej depended upon. Gen. Pillow's brigade, while assisting to invest the town, came in collision with the enemy. The latter fled touhe cbapparel. ( i' ••-•" | They were hotly pursued by this hrignde, the General leading,encouraging, andcbeering his forces with the most I commendable gallantry. fThe passage of this ravineVso thickly covered with chapparel, narrowcand winding, wis pretty sharply) contested by the enemy,'who occupied a strong position in an extensive ruin on the other side, called " Hacienda! Malebran ; " and although sjome five hundred strong, he > soon ifled, as before the wind, tp a large and spacious buihling on the heights beyond, used i by the Mexicans as a magazine. - General Pillow [was now in possession of an important...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

t ^ ¦'—Ltiter from Ten* Cms. fttriher Particulars of the Preparalio its for the Attack upon the City* . pVASHiNGTO.v, April 7, 9T. M. The s$ip Oregon, Gliddons, nrri'v id at New Orleans on the evening,of jth'i 30th ult., from;Anton Lizardo, which place she left on the morning of the 20th. Capt Gliddon saw the steamship 1 [ississippi, with Commodore Perry, on !the 20th, about six-miles off from Vera Cruz, )oUnd !•». s { . [¦ •" ¦,, . ¦: Capt. hrliddon was on .shore on the! 19th, and in the American camp. It sieraed there to be the general impression thh t Gen. Scott woujld 'open the attack! upon Yen Cruz on the bojbn of the 20th. ' . Three 1 or' four hours after' the Oregon •sailed tliefy heard heavy firing, whic i it! is supposed:was from the American wi rks.-^ This is tendered more probable,'is Mr. Kendall writes^to the Picayune undi r date of the l9|h—"By day after to-mnrro v I am in hopes bf being able to send you so ne account of Gen Scott's doingsj. Gen.. Worth wns statio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

QP Subscribers who prefer it ma;' have their papers left by drivers, by mak og arrangements With! them or with us.N a ^ , IdP" Whoever may. have taken be fast No. of the Appendix to! the Congn ssionat Globe from our office, will confer a | artieular favor by returning it, or call and get the remaining numbers, as a broken vo 'one i* of no use' to us, , - .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

Latent front 'Mexico. In another column will be found tl e high* ly important intelligence of the unco iditional surrender of Vera Cruz and the C astle of - San Juan d'Ulloa to Gen. Scott Ti is Castle is said to be one of the strongest fortifications in the Republic of Mexico, and its total subjugation in so Short a perk d after the landing of our troops,! one of tl le most brilliant achievements ever accompli shed by American amis. The loss in killed and wounded on our part, it will be perc eived, is not so great as could have been e ipected from such a gigantic undertaking. The intelligence, as far as it goes, is auth'en ic. We will give further particulars next week. The affairs in Mexico begin to as lume an aspect of the most thrilling interest. ""Victo ry has followed voetqry in quick suscession —wherever the Mexicans have tak'un a position they have been!, routed—their strongest holds have been forced, and the r ablest generals defeated. The Mexicats have learned at th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

mt luxuris AsLverUsed letters. ! m. : : •- >-. ¦. -i .- ."J y frequently mage, wnera were the letters, which remained injthe postoffice at Montrose "uncalled for" at the close of the last quarter or an. the first bf April, advertised 1 Our answer! is, they were nowhere advertised in accordance with the Post-waster's duty under the requisitions of the laws regulating' the Post-office Department. It was his duty to have advertised mem in Ik "lYews-papertf and to have offered the advertising to that "aesps paper", published in Montrose hsjving the greatest extent of circulation. ' Hejbasdone 'neither; and is therefore derelict ip duty to jtlie public. He should have offered it to the "People's Advocate," the circulation of which is altogether unprecedented in the history of " newspapers" in this cobntyi It j is said he hanked a list of letters to the " Gospel Missionary"—a religiousjpaperde-| signed for the elucidation: and propagation of the principles of Universalism. IT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

- , !^£3C^?V'!^. ao ?*T^^'-*? 2^^'tfP^-"'*'f*£W^^S^S^S^^ astoa M amyi CHEEKING NEWS!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

'!- From the N.O. Dells, 27th olt BATTLE OF BITEHA VISTA. Description of, Gen^Tayler's Position— Cannonading oh the 21st-^G!en. Taylor's Exposed Situation—His White Horse—Battle of 22nd' feX—Deakh of Cot McKte, Cot ClayjCol Hardin, Adft Gen. Lincoln, Col tell, Capt. WiBis—ColMar. skalVs eAni^e—The Gallant Mississippians—GenATayUr's Left Flank Turned —Demands to 'aurrehder—Killed and uoundtd—Jinan's Discomfiture. We had die pleasure 0f an interview yesterday with, llajor Coffee, of the Army, who brought |ver Gen- Taylor's despatches. ' This gallantsofBcer—anon of tbe distinguished General wip fought so bravely on the Plains ofr.ChalmeUe, and in. :various other battles, fry the. side of the. illustrious Jackson—acted us the Aid to Gen. Taylor in the bloody fight at Buena Vista. We are greatly indebiW tobim for many particulars of mis,Jiard-fdugbt battle. '. ; y;G^Tay lu>.hod!fanen,.in love( at first sight,;With tb^ position at which he finally made^hifjia^nu-r-at Buena ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

Mexico. ] nPKpmafrh ftif> Mftvipnn nniwn iwniitannsl. ly received, we get some idea of tbe progress and extent of the revolution which has broken out in the city of Mexico, though nothing like a correct narrative of events has yet been received. ¦ Tbe Mexican paper published at Tamauljpas, called El Defensor, dated the 11th of March, is entirely j occupied with the revolt of tbe troops which lately took place in the city of Mexico: i " It appears that the troops, to the) number of about 3,000 men, were on' the eve of starting for Vera Cruz, to reinforce tlie garrison of that city, when, excited by the women of tbe metropolis, whose fanaticism had been wrough{ on by the clergy, ;in opposition to the government, they broke out into mutiny, and pronounced, as they call it, for a return to the statu quo of 1845. ; Gen. Canalizo was"directed to suppress ii, and called to bis aid! !*" those who were for standing by the; government. The; Congress, alarmed at the intestine co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 15 April 1847

mn&w*^*y^^mi* » *£* The volunteers of. Gen. Patterson's division were in good, spirits,though inpatient at the delay in attacking thW city. The revolution in thb city Of Mexit o was still progressii|g. .i;,, . ... , . ,.

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