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The Whig banner
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Title: The Whig banner
Uniform Title: Whig banner (Palatka, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 34-54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. M. Grouard, Jr.
Place of Publication: Palatka E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: December 22, 1846
Publication Date: 1846-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putman -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 20, 1846)-
General Note: "Devoted to justice - judge from our acts."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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T BANNER hsI P tine. A ls er im-lion direcly-
E s published every Tuesday, at Palatka, Now, sir, how old are you ?'
stFlorida, by .'1 am fort"five Judge,' again spoke out
GEO. M, GROUARD,Ja. A ,MAN'S- REQUIREMENTS. the bid soldier.
at thrce dollars a year, in advance, or five B ELIZABETH E 'willnott0 ar tlif contempt any long- m
-d4lars at the end of the year. LIZABE A ET. er,'said the Judge.t you do not answer
Advertising terms -One squa e, twelve the question the e tie it IS put, you
ines' atntunder, for the first insertion, one Love me,sweet, with all thou art, the escommitt, aged ase it put, you
iea'udrshall be ,'o0nmitted, aged as you are. Now
dollar ; each subsequent insertion, 75 cents. Feeling, thinking, seeing-sira ak, how o are y
To yearly advertisers a liberal discount will Love me in ithe ihlesi part, i am forty five k the old man prodo-
be made. Love me in full being. n ory five' te man rovo-
Advertisements not marked with the .kitigly repeated. d"
lumber ofinsertions required, will be con- Love me with thine open -youth w"ir. Shei bef take hiatm to jail tlhlei C n
tinned until forLid and charged for. I" its frl'ank surrender o will whetherthatwilldohin nytyn
f Five dollars will be charged fr lat, .j t n of ,, dth goodd'
announ'ereisof candidates for.office Theold gentleman was ledaway, but
'One square for six, months $10 Witl its silence tetlder. just as he wats going out of the door, be
Noice to debtors and creditors 10 raised up his hlid, and partly i a'ned
Publication for letters of administration 5 Love me with thine azure eyes, roned op his stick, towards the Cu-t, dt
SAll admissable pers,,nal cuimmunica- Madle Tor earnest granting round o his sticks, towards the CU t
tion, will be charged as advertisements. Taki Ug color fioin the skies, 'Juge the first thirty seven years of
g7 All bills for Job Printing, must be Ctin heaven's truth be wanting m life I lived on thie Eastern syore of
I aid on the delivery oft'th 0wr" my life I lived on the Eastern shore of
paid on the delivery ot the work. I Marvhiud.. You surely doh't think God w
01, All communications must be addres- Ldve me with their lids, that fa i4 willacunt them against me.' h
uedp)st.age ,.el. *. S ow like ai first me etintt l M r. Jenifer has not been heard to say
....................... ....... .. .. Love me with thine heart, that all 'Ohio'since P
CONGRESSION AL INTELLI- The neighbors then see beating.
T llr Pri P ietors of the National Jntelli' Freely--o pen indil lowinig coloqny took place at an Eastern p
i gCne-r in order to meet the wishes of riterig toot,- PostOffice.
I ttose whlosi circumstances or inclination do Love ine with thy loitering toot -. Post 'Office.
not allow the to subscribeeventoaeek- glaring one behind it. Pht.-I say Misther Post Master, is
ly Wa.t-hiniiiin naper during the whole year, there any lelter for me ?
have deierliimied to issue daring each ses- Love me with thy voice that turns ostmaster-Whoare you, my goo
itiom of !C- 4. ua weekly-usheethstyled S itnilet it above fie Postmaster.-Who are you, niy good c
sion of C..ireis. a weekly sheet styled Sudden inunt above mn .
"The Conrressianal, Intellifencer. to be de. Love ine wiih thi iiush that iirns sir?
voted el'lii-ivel to the publication, as far VWhen I llUirmutr "Love ime!" I'm inyself, that's who I am.
as its iuiiii' ul''.I permit, of the Proceedings : "' i
of both H s of C ngress, and Oicae wih thy iking omul- Well, but what is your name, sir
Reports, and documents s connected there- "ireak it to ove-sliig ; O niver mind the name.
a'ih, ini'lHl i' .1 "''i, .lete official copy of Leeak it to loveiis 'at roll nst n e your name, sir.
SAetl el Iy C'.,,,Igre, during the Love withthythontthtrl1 1iist have your hame, 8r.
, '.. i ," OnIt through livig--lying. At' what (to you want with tle ine n
b'. rilg ti price ithln the means f So that I can find your letter, sic, if b
.very n.t iwho ,n mre Id, the charge for this ,ive m in Ily y 'oor o is ar .
y pe.r w'i"l tie fir ihe first session of each WVlben tit v(,il ,as erowil tee hre i ie. d
uongres lt.tfa dollar" Love t e, kneelinIg att ly priy's, Vell, Patric Burns, if you must have
Th. pri.'e'f 1 C.-.nre -innal nto lh. With the anlgi.ls rouid thee. it.
gen r to r e issue- on each Wednesday Ni) sir, there is none for you. f
during fi,e appi~iaching"Sessiumn ofCi)migress, Love Vito pilre, as ililsers do,he w
will therefore ie ue Dollar, paid n ad ne U the wood s Is there no other way o git in there i
To enlarge up'n thee eto se i Love le gaily, fasi hti d true, except thro' tis pane of glass
lake not newspaper from tNa.shington, .t As a wilsolie itai'. No sit'.
his pubhtion, containing an arloryote s'. I'd the ye a
hut neces-lii y abbreviated iacoount of thle Throuiih allH holipesthat keep us brave, Well for you thereis'nt1. I'1 tale ve a
Proceedinais in Congress, including an ai- Further off or niiher, better mailers than to insist upon a gin- t
-huenic ofng icil copyof all the llawse passed Love ile tfor the hluse and grave- tlemani's name; but ye did'nt git it atther
man who taket"no sucfli-)er, ouglhtoy take And for something Iigher. l so r aven with ye I
one, iflie dobs'hot prefer reiniu'i ing ignor-
ant of what most nearly con,'-rin 'his own Thus, if thou wilt prove mie, dear, SIGN oF A SIrGF.-" And Ciff, will ye
destiny, and that of his f1a'inoly and of this WVomani's love no fable, Ihe afthr tipping us a little bit (f a sang i
poterity forever. I will love thee-ihatfa year- tilis cold nornii'?" exclaimed ason of the
When six copies are ordered arid pawi for As a mfan is ale.* Emerald slee to r i brother of t)e able I
by an- one person, a deduction of one.ixth --*- rEie, n io-laorer in the division and sub- e
will lie made froni the price: that is to say, CORWIN VERSUS JENIFER. livision of Wood.
a remittance of Five Dollars will comninad "Gollv. is, I can't sing." (
-six copies of the 'Congressional Intelligen- Can' sing! and wht is leg st
cer for the next Session. A remittance of v During the former session of Conigress. Can't sing! anrd wtha is vr lep stuck
Ten dollars will secure thirteen copies; and M Slr. Corwin of Ohio, and Jenifer of n the iniddle of yer ut for, like a bird's \
4for Fifteen D-llars reumitted 'froin any one Marylalid, wore very intimate. The lat- if ye can't sing ?''
person or place twenty copies will be for- ter, like all Marylanders, believes the Eas-
warded, tern shore is ihe 'Praflise of The world, To FICKLE GREEN PEPPERS. J
w-EEKLY NATIONAL INTEL- anrilie was in he at, asoften asoppor- The papers must be pickled E
LIGENCER tinities oft'red, of 'poking foi' at Corwinl r r
Se IGENCER. o about the 'Blickey' andi thh SI ,- of Ohio ivhen hall ripe, and the small- 1
This paper. being made up of such portion Corw bore this persecution
of the contents of the Nationalho el inr'.,,,'.r generally. Corwin bore this perseeultinoh
'proper, as n be compressed within the patiently fora while, usually however, re est Ones chosen. Makke a
Cmipts ofia sin le newspaper, continues to munling shot foir'sot ; until oie lay while small hole at the bottom of
lie i-s,,ed nd mailed to subscribers every diniig at the President's, J'nitiei came
'Saturday at Two Dollars a year, payable in dowhi upo1 Ihim so hard, that Corwin re- the pepper, and extract the
advance in ll cases-account being opened solved to silence him fl')is. r- so rising
willh siub.cr:b.-is to the weekly paper. from his seat, hlie e itroe.i, that be was core and seeds. A penknife
To bring this paper yet more nearly with- not in the vein for story telling, but lie erfor
in the reach oifsnch as desire to take by the would relate an incident that occure.d dur- should be Used in performing
year a cheap paper from the seat of the Gen-in thlieearly part of his professional enr-I tIr oeraton. Simmer the
eral Government, a ieduci.n will be made er i, a Court House in the interior of the
in the price of it where a number of copies State of Ohio. peppers for a whole day in'
are ordered-and paid. for by any persons or, .Hesi .thathe Jge had js taken
s,cialn at the following rates: his seat on tie bench ad a se w- salt and water over a very
For Tenll Dollars, six copies will be sent about to be conlenced when a Very i oderae fi. e-stir them eve-
L For each iUlla ot. en d.i ers. above T we- while hired old gentleman, came totter-
ty-ir copies ill be forwarded:so that aig into the court-room, upon a cane. in rv once and awhile th-it those
xemittace .of-Fifty Dollars wiil command either huIld. The old maimn wos a Islder
irtye e ofthe 'evo n tioo, and had com in to pro- at the bottotl may not burn.
Sur A ft iwyer to prepare his p pers, that Leave them over niaht to cool
S ,CLAIM, CONTIIACT. A ND lie might get his se-iiattinual payment. o '
I 'EN L.E.AL AGENT. This service was always, of curs'-reInder- arid the next morning lai them
SG.o. Wai agIsq. (iated withhim i papers, continued Mr. Corwin, gently into a jar, sprinkle a
w i. J. 51t L C x, 010sq. a gentle nan long e i v h-- 'nd after a ski 'g y
and favorably known tothiscommunity, and were hnided ,ove to hii, and afteasig Ii t tyof stad over
nO'the Memibers-of Congress for th last some of the other necessary qu"esions, -lie Small ly
twenvt years,) for the transaction of any enquired the age of lite pensioner. I them. and fill ulip the jar with-
business at Washinllto' an: d vicinity,.wiere In a tremilous shrill voice, the old man
n tihe sen ices of ai Ag-entor Attorney may answered 'F-o-r-t- F i-v-.' cold vinegar.
be required. 'You ldo not und(erstnAH rne, old gentle- -
SG. W. R. will attend to the prosecution man,' sidt Mr. Coimlin, 'I wish to know London.-- he population
ofClainmsbeforo Congress aud the 'several how old you a're "?' -"
.'Departmnunis t tthe obtaining of Contracts; 'I a n f-o-'.r-y five ovr.nr'_' sir.' of London has more than dou-
me proin" ..>.. Pe'n...., whether Invalid, 'ly dear sir,' sit', do not wish to know
Rel',,,utionarV.6rotheri-e; the obtaining d w oild you uere whIel vyo left the ser- bled in the last fifty years.
of Paiems; ihe ettaleum e nt of al the ario vice, or when you entered it--but I want The present average increase
prindotnen Accunts he wur thaseand sales Real 'I tohl ve forty five.' of inhabitants, per annum is
Estpatue.s teeopurcase andMr. Cosrwi ihen hooked up to the Judge,"
r! Estate. C hlheoti n. &..&o, e (,ol,one w I'insefgetli g to, fpaiieuce,) twenty live thousand. In the
with t, Pih, Neapolitanb, Ss ni'n, in e and his -onor t ,ki:," e a- time of. Henry VIII, Temple
.... ,, o Bar was one limit of London,
' tranelatr, are urZecesa c lnt be etaineil in this ay-theCoun- now the town extends more
"'Wshington, June 1, 1846. ,u service, and you must lot triple ith than six miles beyond.

VOL. I-NO. 27.

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A GOOD H U SBAND. Don't be too *'PArticutar.-An
When you see a young, man Irishman once dreampt that
node'st and retiring in his he v ited the Lord Mayor of
banners, who cares less about Loudon, Who treated him with
ress than his moral character, the greatest hospitality, and
epend upon it, ladies, he will asked him if he wouldn't take
hake an excellent h aidnnd. a little su'thin." iHe replied,
f you see one who is kind and that he would'nt mind a little
ttentive to his sister, indus- whiskey punch. Hot, or
riousin his business, rest as- cold?" ir.quired his lordship.

uted, you have found one of His-guest prefercd it warm,
1hom you will never be asha- but while the Lord Mayor was
ned. The ball room is no out heating the water, the I-
lace t6 find a husband, the rishman awoke from his deli-
ashlroable assembly is no cious slumber. Och!" cried
lace; it is in the retirement he, co6iprehending what a fool
f home, id the place of busi- he was to await for hot punch
ess-where you can study during the precarious tenure
character, and disposition; of a dream, "how I wish I'd
nd where the best is not put said coldd"
)n fori effect or display. Turpentine for wounds in
Many a young woman sadly Trees.-In 6An old Magizine
hisses it, who is carried away we have seen the following re-
y a bright look and splendid commendation for wounds in
press. The nian who makaa-tree.-i- rhe -ianied- parts of
he most police bow and is the tree should be cut away or
nost graceful in his manners, peeled off in the spring, and
s hot always the most suitable places must be rubbed with
person for a husband. Look turpentine in a tine sunny day,
it the heart, st6dy the charac- which becomes a sort of varn-
er and learn the disposition. ish; so that the wounds will be

There was once a beautiful kept from the moisture and air,
!oung lady, beautiful to look and will speedly recover;
ipon we mean, who turned We have put grafting wax
ip her pretty nose at a shoe- on such places, and found that
naker, and refused to acknowl- it answered very well. We
edge a painter in the street, suppose the principle of its o-
who final* married a dashing operation to be in protecting
bb, the son of a wealthy man. the parts frori the decoposing
Poor girl! a few years of mis- effects of the atnr.ospheric
ery passed away and her hus- moisture, warmth, &c.
baud became reduced, and
she to maintain him actually Enormous Trees.-It is sta-
took in washing. Many a tedi in .a late number of the
shoeinmaker's wife, and many a North American Review, that
painter's daughter, has contri- there are cypress trees in Mex-
buted to her comfort during ico, whose ages have been as-
the last few years of her life. certained to be upward di'three
'Iirls, be wise and look t, the thousand years. A cyp~'ess
heart, if you want good hus- stands at *MontezumA whose
bands. girt is 45 feet. But their larg-
est known stands at Santa
mN o does not love the com Maria del Ttiule, is forty feet
mon yet beautiful name of dm a i apparently
Mary ? It is from the Hebrew diameter and is apparently
and means 'tear drop.' What healhy and sound.
sweet and joyous hours of oth- Books are not absolutely
er days-what pleasing asso- dead things, but do contain a
clations does ndt the name progeny of life in them, to be
call up in every heart! Who as active as that soul whose
kiows aught ill of Mary? Who progeny they are ; nay, they
cldoes not lbve the name ? If preserve, as in a vail; the pur-
there is anything gerintle, and est efficacy and exitraction of
womanly What Mary posses- that living intellect that bred
ses it not? Was it not Mary them. A good bpok id the
that was 'Last at the Cross precious life-blood ofa iias.
and earliest at the grave ?' ter-spirit, jLbalnmed and trea-
And was not Mary the moth- sured upo'npurpose to ,a hlifd
er of the Saviour of the world? beyond life.-Bacon.



farewell farewell! is often liPardl
From ili1 lips ofl those whlt,pa;r';
''is a whispered tone-'tis a ge.tler wor'
But it springs not fiom mte heart.
It may serve for thle lover's closing lay,
To be sting tneath a sumrnmer's sky:
But give me the quiver'iig lip.s ilal say
The ,hoiest words' Good-Bye !'
Adieu adieu may greet the ear,
In the guise of courtly speech ;
BU when we leave the k.m :l,,dear,
'Tis not what r4ie soul would leach.
Whene'eri. j .j|a~s ,the hi. Is of' Itlhose
We "oul, Iiau Jhrev'i ni:!,,
'The flame of frientlvki bursts and lows
I n the warm, fiank ,,o d&-'G.,jd.Bve
> *
1Th#t mother sen.,liig f(-ib rather child
To meet wiitia cares and strife,
'.Brea-iies tlhroiigli her tears, her doubt
'; ," and fears, .....
SFor 'the loved one's ftittir life. ,
No cold'ailici' io 'farewe'-liivs
Withlin her closing 1 igh; .'
Bat the deepest sob of-atiguisbJ Ti re'--
'Gui blessthee, boy. Good-Bye!'
Go, watch the pale andI during one,
When the glance has lost its beam-'
When" Ihe brow as cold as the ieai bhit- stone
SAndi tle world a p;ssingu, dream;
And the lahisi pressure of the hand,
The lookofithe clo-ign.,ye,
Yic'.d l-whal Ih ehlearti inusi idell'.-tlind,
A long, a last 'God-Bye!'
THE DAiIK.-T'II E.r, is 'a good
story told in ani English' paper-
of a young Hf otspir in lihe ar-
my who clialienged a veteran,
S for some slight cause, to fight
a due!.r, The old soldier, wai-
ving all. nsideratins of rank,
agreed to meet the yotn,
ina but on the followin,,- un-
.usual terms. TFhe' time should
'be night, the place a room in
S opposite corneiers of which they
were .to stand The seconds,
having placed their 'en, were
to i withdraww ,outside of the
door, taking the candless with.
them. The 'word should be
given from without, i' When he
whohad the firfi ire shsoulid
discharge his weapon, and the
seconds bearing he light
shou Id .i ned iatcIy .rush in!
S These strange" ( tondi ions
.were accepted, the time arri-

he) you ill grow wiser.
\Vhere do .yot stipposec I was
at the first fire ? On my hands
and knees in the corner ; bui
mafoi!. was up quicker than

he+ Par dieu, Mfcssifrs, \V
are ali covards in the dard !

LA.WYR.-There are mai
stratagems in wir, anl as i
nyV Jit may well be .sa.id in* lo'
aod hiwv. We have heard c
!' tm iries. how -the ,strat:.gerr
of vlove have-outwilued p'a'e!
tal. viilance, but we c'nci
s heard of a case where law S
eflectUiily aided Hymen as
related in 'a Bavarian journal
The tera)sl asitioh i:;i v not be s
good', as Dr.' K.raitscr mil
give, but it runsto the elfle(
liat-a yo ninigrlan of Nuren
berg ,who had no fortune, :r
qcitae Id a lawyer, a* friend (
lis, to rcuomtncnd him to:
family .Ivheref he was a dail
visitor and where there was
Handsome daughter who wa
i to haiave a large fortune. Th
lawyer igre'.d ; but thef fathe
of the young lady who love
moiicv', i ninidiately askei
what property -the young -mai
had.. TheA lawyer said( he di
not exactly know; but he wouldl
iiquire. The next time h
saw hi.i"syowug friend he asked(
him if he had any prop('rty a
all. ... No," re"pl he.-
SWell,1" said the lawyer
"would you suffer any one t
cut off yo u : no-e if he wou1c
give you twenty thousand dol
dollars for it?" ,Nt .or al
the world 6 "Tis well," re-
i)lied the lawyer,- ", I had a
reason (or asking." The nex
time he saw the girl's father
.he said, I have inquired a-
bout this Young man's circurnm-
stan.ces. HeI has indeed, nc
ready money, but he has, a

ved,."and the seconds 'placed jewelfor which, to my knowl-
jew 0 w I ,, y kno ,
the parties as agreed "up6n .; edge ,.he has been offered and
.withdrawing immediately, and 'refused twenty thousand' dol-
l jeavingjtheir men-in tlhe dark ars."--This induced thc 0h(old
The word was giveni the fire Cather to consent to the marri-
ywas heard,:,the door was .re- ag, which accordingly took
opened, and there stood the place; though it is ,said that
. elder of tli two boit upright in the sequel he often shook
in the corner, his adversaryv' his lie ,d when'he thought of

.ball having enti:ed the .walh so the jewel.- [Boston Trafts-
- close_to hia head thit the es- co:pt.
capeseemed little less .' an
.. AN IN,'GFNo [s, AMERICAN.---
miraculous It:wa now ti e Tn Rufu.. Porter,the edi.tor-,
.old soldier's turnt10 fire; they Mo the Si entif A erican
Were again left in the dark, e fientific AN erican
the word was given .fiIo. the "' Sp .. oNew York, has
outside, and itan,"''''"` completed during-his ietime
ousdad"i.histainta'neotlsv nghis-lifetioe
"~ ~ ~ ~ ~6 m -" -.-.... .oehud~fred 'and 'forty f4r
with the discharge the seconds one h d 'and forty-"o ur
rushed in to find the cehallen-'origialinvetions. He is ap-
part. prime life,
-ger prostrate upon the floor.- aretl. in .he o .,-
,althou41ah, ovI ya,o
havin 0 ,o er. fi ty e r .o
not having yet recovered from althou, over ., y years of.
ahis trick to avoid the ball, aend ofsrctly temperate
his trick to avoid ther,-:ib~ali,). habits'. ..
which on examination, it was "als
found muist have killed him:. A person' having occasion
The ybung'man was covered to notify a doctorto visit his
ton-ly doctor to- visit "his
with confusion and the seconds wife, said to him, ;,as he waz-
overwhelmed:.tv.withi expres- about stepping, into his chaise,
-,ions of their scorn, when the, Now doctor you'll drive on
Veteran stopped them. "'Nott to kill. won't you?" "Yes
1oU fast my young friends (aaid ,certainly," replied the doctor.,

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Tli E W'l IGBA UAN N :Il

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pi imr.i, E. r. II C C -R ", l- l .

1, s nl' "'**"" -'" ,"iro~
oi 19 fl[|]C-114| 11' 11111i f,;filal I .flrI I"
an| ofpoitn)uity to enjoy ihe Chrisfnmas
lolvaosi nro paper will be issued fiom
Oils office next ,we~k.
... : +
Lj7' Theire. w.as. no Talllabassee erireps-
ppnI,,ce in theli, lsr week's Savannah Re-
p[nllicin. and, a.s thfl Western i tiil 'failed
we are consequiiently igi il-!inr ol the d(o-
ings of.our ,Legisliiure. ; '
OIy It was very cold, last Saltrilay
night. 'Tlnirinilleer ailt 9, o'clock 4 (lug.
{ We are m.ch )indebteId to the ge-1
lehianily editor of 'lie Savannab Georgiaim
forJiis attention in forwarding his vallia
ble journal per Gastn.,i. We re'gr,-t tlhaI
our contemporary of thie RepltilivLan loisI
not imitate this very gener 'its examiple.
P' TThe Georgian of the 14th, instaInt.
says :-'" A' ttrnil'. ,-iliihiig' nine aind aA
half pounds has been, left at' our cffiee by
Mr. Ball."
Rather a, tough v Urnip, Mr. Georgian.
flow about that snake "
FLORIDA ORANGES.-100,0'..0 thousand
orniii_'es have l been.e slit)ilq-d. hrolina'li'4

groves of lsrsr. Brulsh- and Sanlmini
this se;sson. These oranges are niearl;
Iall of the China species., and possess
Sju|iness and flavorequal to any grion,
in (lhe most favored regions. The crop
are not as full as usual, owing to' tli(
I late October gales, wiich dleslroyed in ii,
Sthouisanods bf, their. Thle liemoniiand lir
Sit-es Ihave not been as fruitfiil as ami
c ate: l ,. '

fl)yo It is evidently a badI pTa.i wlhii,
we seeihie Slulthern press have geiierally
Sadopted, to piilislla list of 'ipasseiigers 'b
Stlhe notliern iboals of hosee Who) do no
actually: "go 1t1011igh." 'lius, for ins-
tance, passengers froij Charlesionr aire an
inotincli as arriving at aivannalI, wht
Leave lthe boat at iuiter -oedialf poinis. So
frois Sviinnala to Jte'k i,,i'silie, travellers
are awoounced as arriving at the latter
place Iho )ro(;ibly never set foot in Plo-
rida. 'rhis system is calcnlaled to deceive
the friuids of ,iravelles at Jione, and no
doubt has caused nlnch uneasiness a1d an-
xiety. We woufid suggest hreafter, that
onl3 tlie names of suchI psseiigers as do
arrive (t tlhe place where the newspiaptier
iS priinled be published, and not the en-
tire list as is now thie custom.

Tlis document came to Ihand last Tu-
esdaylhaving been sent to Congress on
lthe Tuiesday prece(din'g. -It is about lie
dtillest affitir of the-kind it lias eer been
our dutyi to wade ihirouglh, and its, length
is beyond all reason atd endurance, "
is not only a n perfec. history of our (coil
election with MiA \ivo forotn the time of her
independence, lbut contains also a' prlty
considerable sketch of the negoliraltions ill
relalion to the acqi isition of Lo,,isiala,
Floridai ahdTexas. In t-he "eight heavy
columns ,bearing on .1-1xico, tlierl is. but
one single item that is new, or which ev-
ery man in the c(ontillry has not known
tmotiths and years ago. ThaL' item Is the
i-suing ri' orsiers to C mimisodre Conner
not to prevent the landing of Sanija Aniisa
at Vera Cruz. This is all of note.
T, President r ersiliisejis ilhat Con-
gress should pass a law to provide fort-he
trial and putinishment of Spanish, subjects
h6 ol oa'j be found gt iliy4of plivateer'ing
against ihe U. S.; .and also that tkley'
lhoul(d fauame an act to. grant letters lof',
marque against vessels 'sailing, tinder tillhe
.Mexican fl.g..l He ,lsyo S',y. the warI must
be kept up with spirit, untiilil eXico sues
for a peace. '
The imports for the fiscal year are over
121 millionn; the va lue o tdie exports, over
113 million. .
The receipts into the 'Treasury for tWe
safie period, were 30 million; ihe expen-
ditures over 28 million. The amount of
the pul)lic debt over 24 million.-
Wants a lo-vn of 19.million to cairy on
the war, which ioan, with other little mi(-



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broke loose, aud tihe Whigl
floated down in'such numbers
that they were- overwhenied.

Reason.0-The Pottsville,
Jourial,',say s :-A demo-
on Friday, n cogitating
the result of the'election,
as a reason for, their de-:
thait the" flood on"eleeti on
was so .great, that the
at the head of alt River

0coanut' ,whiehl shot'td b"
rst alluied to get quite cool-; #
dd the, crac0eer and nutnmieg :
id turn the'hle"il into 'deep'
ie plates, vith a lining and
rm of pure, 'paste. 'j3ake-
iem as soon as turned, into
e plates.> .



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liion el celerls' le ii,'eiisds i make M 'xl't)
r0,eliir1d, mr slIt.': r li,'i, whsei -le l g. 'g p-i ,n e.
S s' le .--e.,e 11U r'';isiils 'i, 'liaahge ii-
ji''ws in relation to Ihe tariff, nl thinks
the policy of it shotlld lie maintained.
T,.inks4 it'ilportaih touestablish a branch
of th'e 'miit at N. Y.-
RIcit'iniiiiii.is tie graduating and redtrc-
ing ,he -pride of the publicc lands. ', .:
Desires Congress to extend the juris-
-,iitfiis ,,fhe U. S. over tihe territory of

Azh-i fbr an additional force to serve dti-.
ring li,"- wat .
Iri>posps slo add sea steamers to our fo
reign squadrons .... .
Refers to tlse Post Offie department
a'dl winds p I)i it i ier-tyminark' th'at lie has
fit' relianree upon the wisdoti" and la-
triotism of iA"oi.irpss to co-operate with
him incarrying out any sclhiie m hieh lie
mny think best to sustain liiself anl ad-
vance the iteresos ofhis p )arty.. ,
Thus ends this v'ry, peeuliar,-.uninter-
esl ing and windy lre.ideit Polk's tines-
Sre *. .

To Capt. Roltins, of the steaiiship fNep-
tnue, who was a p:,eifeg'-r .o ithe BaJiz" il'
tlie U; 8. sloop St. Aiary'S, 'and arrived
here yesterday morning, we are, indebted
for lbe.fillowing imemsoraisln, They are
the only and Illesl new' from lithe fleet.

The [T. S. sloop of war St. M iS s sailed
r'om ,Tanhpico oilf tiu 2bl ilt,, 'at '. P.. Mi.,
aT'rived of lOie Rio Bravo del Nnrri at 5
A. .M..oon the30ihi ; latided- Adjt. Aiistin,
3V Artilleri'v, at Brazos ,'t. J,,g, at 1 A.
M.,n.nd1aisiled o)r thie Bahilize, whichh she.
m ,.ile ot the 2.1 iiSt. ,
hie st'.,tiilisillp Neptune arrive at Tam, -
p)ico 'n Stii|,lay, Nov. *2I, with 450 reg-
uthlir lronp iihrd ,c)1iit)S tid of' CI l (i ei!s;1
tind thre steuiishl) Seth on .he 2el wis'l, ,
200 troops, wlsen thie, iovn of Tain;pico :
was fiitrnall give over to Ihe i military
Ci"Giii.ies ikiig corulmiiandti Fort Anldo-.
rega-i was iltnlfielbiiti' ly gars-isotsiiil under
lie isami )f (Fort 'isiner, ,sd iiffmediate- I
ly ar'me'd with two long 148-p1g l oders. A
battery of tW.o 42 pound *-,.arrotiiese, call- I
dl Fort Anii'n ihotior of.Mrs. Chitse, lie '
ialy ,of the ile U. S. Coisonl at Tainslpico,.
'oinimeands Ihe AlIlii'iin roail. Besides'e
liese, soine pieces are nimounted of! lhe e
lOtuse tops. .
Tie Neptune sailed from Tamnpico on
Ie 24tli Nov., aiindl enroli)tn*riig a lieai'y
Nortlher, was driven ilh;k and wrecked rti
lie.Ibar. Ali hbids saved : the vessel i
o.tail loss. "
The i%'In ol Tanmlpico is :already in a
good State 'fflef,'ce, anid reinaforceinerns"s
rrivin g daily. Saltillo had beenl alimi-
on).-Il, and was, no dosbt, -ih (Ioss'esiom
f tle advance guard of out- arisy, miller.
!ie cniniand of Gen. Worthi. The store r
AMexico is represented to be even worse j
lIan ever. Sanla Anna lately nanle On
ddlress to his trooipsj' apparently o extraet
-on them an iiivitaiton to instal hlisumse|t
t ite he ad ofi thlie government. Htie was
isiaploiflnted, however, in finding Isis ora
onl was received" 'in proftind silence
he inim iediately afterwards. started, witit t
II hiis artillery, on Ia secret expedition,
nse thi|ik to eut offone of the divisions
four army, which lie will Islt m)e likely' b
fisin. T'he most pi)-oalble cotjec tre-is 1
>at he has gone to Mexico to cost-rol the -
'lion of the new Conggress.'- '
Thre St. Mary's left off the Bar ofTsam.- 'fi
ieo, the frigate Potomnac, stea'Dm-ljip' -
rinceton, aid t.lie loo)-of-war Johsn AIh-
us. Tule small vessels of .thli fleet were g
anchor ofmlfietowl) of Tiimpicb. Left o
te steam-ship Sea'abreast' )f the town on ,2
mud bank-she will sail for Brazos St. ?I
igo as soon as she floats. Passed the g1
i'asi-shiji Mississsippi sixty miles Noi i fi
f'Tampnpo, bound in. O0li,'ers of the bi
.rMary's all well. "

C')NGR.I.S. .

In tlie Setiale on ihe 9it
nst., the vice Piesident laid
before the Senate the an.nuai
report' of the Secrtvary of ilhe
Treasury, the reading of which
was dispensedd MitFUd 5,400t...
extra copies ordered to Ikr '
printed. -(
The ViYe President also"
laid before, irett
from the "ecetfj he Scp-'-
ate, stating lla' t iPm.iilfde a
contract with Bllir &' Rives
f.or printing a lid pult ishi ng the
debates. o f Co06n grcs, in cI n-'
l)liance 'wiih a reolutnois of
the Scn.ite of 7tih of Augi'ist,

1*8 4 6 ,. *,' .-" -* ". -*.^ ; *. > .* ,
After !the:- tran-zaction 6l
soini other bu-i!ltmvs in l io
way of not ices .Id petiions,-
the Sciinii adjeioired. h .
n i lie IthoIse of el .epresen-
tatives.' the fir:'t qtlestion iil
oIder was Upon te ti' doptl,1io
W- *: .'":+ ', "'.-''-^' ..... ;." ...... ', *,- >,,' ,,
of- ihe -resolutiol offercl. the.
d() previous A y 'IMr. .irrret
Davis ealing hi)n leho Presi- ,
der t for c ol)is 'rof odcrs riven'
to Generals 8T i'loI, .,;Ke-rnev
and Wool, t ano o Iald I( oaii_( ilOdS-,S4
Sloat,- ntId Stockton4, iclthe

111I -.-,r. 1*6 1.q.().I
to tlile I'oriiati-oii' r civil .-

t (IO O lftes f t"-
eiovedi to eni.titti hu rjso1fijKmne .ci.>
5- "insert" i l '," if"n' t -, ii'
.ibler l w ith ti |e pu. blic ille- ts,' "
Sind in h ll, i ;'i c w! s 1 he u-
,u form, he ws i'%V itir to ,
I'" -- '- ,

vote for ith epieltioe-, "l't"
there, night be reasnsois vVhy
he iinfot': 11.: i 0ii1, slho.uli ot: be t
riven. It iuiight disclbso our
las to 'Mexico. .O
After sinome further diFc,,s:-i--
w, ii whic]i MIfcs.-rs )otigu1as..
RIhett, Hom110 es, ,o1 S. CS C amid
)the-'s, paltrticipalted, Mr.. Dar-
ali obtaiIed the floor and the-
ilouse adjourned. .

The Legi'sl'atire of Souith
aroliinia. has votfed-. twenty
hIousafid dollars t6 th'ulVolun-
Oer Regilenit of that State.

Cocoanut Pie.- Cu t off the
rown part of the, 'coca,nutt,
rate, the wite part and mix-

twith milk and set it on,, the
re to 'boil slo\\1y eight Or'"-en
mirthtes.' iao"poutid of tpo
rated cocoa hmti allow a qvart-
fmilk, eight eggs, faoir. table
toonf'uls 'i sifted ,,'hite',.su-
ar1 a small cracker t)ounded
ne, two spoontfuls. of\ iiFeicdI
titerr, and half a nur"eg,,
"he eggs ad smar shoibkid be
eaten !together t0-a froth, and
ten stir in a glass of- wine,
tit. therim into" the iuilk. andl








THHI G BA iN N.. i' R-B

PrOm Go j's 'reprint of the
11'. ''orld of Fashion.i :

"" *" * " o' i/-'rs/. )?

We translate l following from a little
EEr l'H it-llh 11n, %li~icli ingp'n iou"Sly
~Olarf heIrn i I d,"(aughters I the
: 11os-sl fIv Ile"d children. A',
thiong/iI goreo iliii'oiiies ollhe lively Pails-
iiis'.,iet we (ei ioIt, In ,nistic, to our fair
r '*-*l
4*cot LA-.yivonwn, ihow 10 if)j iniioti of the
1 o werl-illil,, i|urye, n irn I'am r rvgtl. the
collesi'l site vxa'illtil Irom her faiirdisciiiptes
of te bill rouaaili igiota''i-i. Bill as the
idea is a good ote, iiuIl -lilly lnmnagritl,
we silirll, vyittppt: l'iinher 're-hce, 'relate
t llfd r luiw, iniI*terstiII- legald.

One dil'ny, us a lw,,i'lr'a y ,Iesceei-ll u .i-.
on llie e.airili, % li thIt'lle (i 'rtIous ':ilaez iol(
Sol'Ii:-riiilI~i,4 I all i her elinglit-r.s, Wh1o
inhalbilii til e t ill Ilfl' I t I eIouiirief ,"the Ii.a-
' ir- ;tle. ind l 'r..iidt*' in I|>r gilr. :'1-2 ;, '"'"*

ler Atl i'.hiiiiliii Dw. r l'2iv a Fire efli
tIa iIl, iii imi ,:,litiii,-1' a %4pll,"i, ,if! of
e.f1 Oii'l),,ralillo l ir ii-'I d h itiia clh s al ti\e
funt ii, lf a ie r.i ii e 1 lul'd l :llHe.e' faihiy.' All
ith s milled I og ell,-r oine. wi ul lil iiI1ille '
w 1ul, 1 1 afor ilI e -.e ly l-l lti fro,l.

T'lis oVcirreiicr tIool (IlIce",A"C i velry lolig
tiI11i' 'i'ir ,v'l.Jlis tu tlle rtI' l,- I i'iil of' iuly,

S" 'l '' gnIol Iile fiir-V tluis, aldit;sse.li a

|)l :i lI. *I con, IItre(1 l. t ee d. "a I d
^iie llthou courrrat'in'd Irttst'tae'i', auth
gave to a young CasPi'tRiai iiti(ld sloli'rs w,

...-j l t rimiii'l lii iit it e ui r. i .[L 1 11 lia r hiI'-
S \ l t l H t f . i '1 '
'Jo ti. h i;uil,, -,!i" gan,V' .th(n..tlrick ;nu l'
fl'cl)t;iig ey', like (n e-rupt(ioa fia'ua' VM-st'
', ,i Il l- !r ,la.' ,i i' I l :, !. !. "- mu
.To II' T.riki slt mn(hl-i)n u r,,ti r 0iend
" t,- idr ,1uuI,1,, ra.id oi4l as thle ft'alier l aflit-

in- Hli t rie had nlde hlipr l iviirji,'
lhand aid the f'Most Capl)iilliIng of 'lze

Active and Passive Verbs.-
A teacher, one day, endeavor-'
ing to make a pupil understand
the natu:'e of an application 0of,
ai passive verb, said-'a pas

sive verb is e.xpressite of the
nature of receiV'ing a.inaction
As JPete6r is beaten. Now \\'hat
*did Peter (To?' 'Well I (dloi'it
know,' said -the boy, pausin.i
for a nimorent, with the grav'e.It
c6ni tenancecinmi liable, 'witI-
ouf 1e holleret.' --,

Evil tlioughtys are worsO :en-
emnies than lions an(d tigers,
f-r we c6anw keep out 'of the

way ofjwiid- beasts but ':bad
tIhoui Its win their way cvery-
where. The ,l. p Ihat is fuli
will hold no more ; keep, your.I
head and hearts full of good
th ;tgb:ls,, that bad thoughts
may find 'no room to enter.

clI ii -re;l to; eacn I O !ler.

-'lfcre i+ a la'.) yer ipn Boston.
.so04xceeti,'ly honest that he

gp-uti-all his nsjfler'-[)Ots oUt


'dier r'igilt, so IcId a' iiI ed it he
(I t t.vervC hiiii,... sL fIl -h-ave its


I ,, i ~1 :that
there is another that

T1 a *rail to..sleep at1o f,)r fec r
'!A ''''' .. P >, 'a ,,]-1 t!.a *Ia 'a' :,.a ., .,,-ii ,u.r '' ;

T IP G I Ih ( I'I. I -t? I l\ and ; I., ,I re,
T~u ill. ( a rinrrii, hu'utll' t ar iii anid *['li'rlr
't"E lir,' ,'h".i'.-.'st |I,'.,1, u i tli I 'I,'t l 'w ar'ir)
-rimnl -lu-a. ,iil,.l ,i'to ,. 'hv'e... h e
-r,, tDhe im,'ii, tlie dignity -uan1 deneatin-
"oilr o r0 qie ;' -: t I r.
Tlif h m-a' li: i al L'ii 1-' Iti lio tii lipils ofi
the Ne': aI|l,.I|II ; 'vit ai-d titlh 'ai..-i, ulidh, Wa
t* '6,l. ,:ii o(' the lim, ,iiimt, ;- good, seeis
ii i lt lhl c'. 'oi tf'i Flelmi-,li ,; 'ii d. w'h il,
ei i haul i l 'II.'.r ai)m li in t ;to -gi- e,: ie
-'arose i, o ikr lh'm I],g:1. '
Amai 'd Imi for ,t'e ? exclaijned tihe i'P-
i-'i:,in, hmoluliig 1 ilie la Iamiig drrHiHeiy ef'
h ad l tii '.s lilue tlora iil. Id .111,
I hail qiteI-r lurgotem tu, said ,the, fai-
r y.' ::"' /-

Oh, lenive me not withioti? 'lesto\'1ig
.11on)011 my natiion O rito'a otir, criL'Id tIhe
-olull uvpere soplosptopnet~int I cnmis
not see y'',i. Aiil %l hat ata I now toidu?
Smy Iig (if gifts i empty. .''
T'i'- f'irv r',fl-'c'-dl l.1r nil ii'sti t, hi;n'
recalling b.y I sivn all ihe-r cirrnlmiig gr'oiili,
."lh1s nhillresselhl : hmi
utm tir, g- ,al a. ,-lU its l,'no-, ,if, I; 'it
Sdeivolves uponei y-oi, ilihretlOrr, to re|itir a
l'a ilu'hil i 1 liive commillt il-a gmoO.s
tittire which have iprepl-n.tra-ed uugtit
y)%4* 4s'.' of Parik. I pray, then, that
ei_" il.' .' riilau'l, a sinull portion of
hali l 'ft .gifte Iyo and presei't
it to oitr'i'itle Ibrgotten Parisiati. Yon
"will bIs, hut Itttle. uiil repair a great deal.
How couMil thiliy refise a fairy. and a-
'hove all a blue I, 'ry ?
VWith a grace wli--hli always accompa-
!nies beauty, Ilhy 0aeh nlipproached in iheir
turnn itie f,)i'g(r tt.ii Parisian, oine threw to-
wards Iher in piassii, a portion caf ihe rich
ntid'atitdhant hIla'k hair, another a little of
',lher I'.ig int, a thii,,, I ? prklih g ebl)eii-
Sg.ion ot ';aiety, a oIbrhli tie finshiig 'it.
fid'^i'.ely comprplhetsion, and so on,
t,,,.iiU. the little Parisinn lithat had before
li.te. pcior and forgotten, louItd herselfin
4ait l.,lstaitl, y .this net of generosity,
nfinit-ly more rich, he),ililiful, 1an11l gified,
thann 'ny of her cortipnions.
S. The.- .ie fairy had already ascended
Wtbesthe ',-sirilin.' nnd gey,, and rejijc-
I ,* ; .

ttie devil will crne anid get

'W hatis the chief end of
(' ", "
man ?" asked a schootlnIa.-ter,
with the catecil-mnl in hand.
"The.enid we get "our lickinis
o'n,"i blubbered an urchin. .

A APL'i$l,,.MI: -'.-to-'h Ia -ow
wrote his oighit to be darned.


aHow q',er'Vy does ah'lIy'el. "
A ', lk iil i it li' 'I'*''l :>
.Whewn she's aware.aher sriockiing heel
S ,, ;.l l. 1 ,,., \ -illr.,. t, t. "
:Shef 'lii.s 1i%1 I','t ina1) an% rket'ly,
An, .'\1 l< I t' i I il i m am.'al a
Anal' tri-s li t Iu, a, tII r inioi.i iiay see,
Bnu. lahbors ta!l- in vin. ,

Cyrus, Kiiug of '"'r-iir, ,vW-i akld, i o dini-
Willti one ofI li- ti wilds, amid onaIhiigi as.-
ke, to atire tlhe place;, andI th,'4,iaIrds witlh
nic hcli Ie wotuld have his table spread, ie
t'ephied.- ;1'. '. '\ '*., 1 .. '' !
"P,'ar.fli' p lime I quim-t at h'ie side of the
river, aiii l'lt the 'only dish be a loaf',of
lbread ." ";' '..", ''' .

GERMAN , ET.--A boy Vat school, when
cnlle,! (oi 11t re.ite Iins I,'s,,nmi, t'i -s .ark& ,d'
iM, lwa&'ithi ('crata, sour krAtil, srlii).li.ph, anid Susmages. ,.;

TIi' whao-e deficiency for the year. in
. fth sti Ofliep rIeventip, it"is SH'.i"', i'il' 'e'
only $540-.000 lwhiih is mne'li less, than
lias been ait|i'Clpiped. "' .

I.%I'.% PtirK, Po.r Orn-c.;
"'-uorlth-rn, in sutmaboiiat '.
Arrives every T.iesday by ,a'm'- a
~ ~ ~~a a. nJ %,*, ',:,
DeIiar-- same day at ',a. .' '
Tawnpa..ria l ol Khr, .Z c., on lorsel'd';
Arrives every Friday by7f-p. mi..
Departw every Tuosday'a 9,a.. : .

Mellonville, in steamboat.
Arrives every Frtday by 6, p. m.
Departs every Frida3 it 9, p. m .
JAMES B. COLE, PusImaster.
Nov.-3, 1840..

ZsI~m 2P 12 Z'



:James W. Bryant,

!' SEiLLO'R 'ATi'L.AW, .-1 4
\S ". '.' .AT FLORIDA.. '" "

J.cshua Fawkins,
.,G HO.lC I'.'Y.,: C I M I 'S S I O' N-



Floida'nd Sav'annah 'packet, via- Picola a
'Black C.'e.K. Manidarin. J.aicksonVill..'
"St.John's Beach. St Maj-v's.Brun%,wiik'
and'Darien: carryingg ithe" L I Mail to the'
tibuve 'places. .-
T-ii.T regu! a-r paek -
^"^'ji et steam r 'St.' Mat-
tah-o' ha, -as 'been
*-y-M 'thor,'ughlv over-*
Ihna'ild. her dick, and cabins -rebuilt, and
hand-ninly firr'i-l,.d andt'painted, and her
ni'abchlnery nmch ianlr vd. As for acc')o-
nrii.,ai.i,,n ii nd c-tnilrl. lie cannot.;be suir-
pa-.sed by any lonam ofn the rofite Thlii:-hlinai
will IIariix- at Savanniiji :every. Thu ,,,->
tnornpir-. '-ef-re Ilu' dep'irlit'e of the dailv
'li'6e ooftreaniers I,'r Charle.lun,, whuli leav'u
very evening .'. "
A, A-6 Iaeno-erns i i.hliin,' .to' lake passage.
itl tihe briir i.r baruiie line which leaves Sa-
arnnili e'cry Tliur-':da and Saturday for
Neu, Y theAvsfru.m Flirdi' '
Pa.-enger-r. wiih the-ir Itaara;Le.,wil be put
'on board ol 'lther line, if retired. '
lie abIUe bi.r will leave as follow "
.Leare Palatke-,very Tiiesda ,a. m. -9 o'9-k.
Pi.-. !a a ... i ,, ." '
'a.-k (Creek "' p. m.- 3 "
.acla -,.nlte, .*' night .12 "
SForTreight aor passage, a|plj to Capinait
M1cSNehv,0on board, or to
A reiiK- S.n iat1-Ill.
S-: Agent. Jacksonville. .
: A. COY. .
..,. ,'Aeret. RBiack Creek,
J 1 p. H. A NK1N S, ." '
Agent, Palatka.
'E All1producLe to be-hippied by the boat
at I'.P ,l6a, wilr b.. ,:.rd i b i the ageit free of
c h a rt g e o
Iir' The .tanio-r 'Sarah Sj|alIin runs in
connection with thi's bat,, Liiter;-irei on
Lake Mqnroe. .. '- .
SSepte'mnber'Sth 18.46.. -' '

. i]hr'e1>v viien to al -persons 'lterested,
', hi,' Si, '.,i.hs after dae'l.sha!')l applel
th lle litt, ral.- the Judge of' P obate, 'of
Nlarin:i County, ,for letterr, of Admin.istration
tipo. iliet-i;stale ,of James g'leacih, 11t of
said c-unt-', deceased.
.JOHN- BLEACH, Sr.Adm'or.
SMarixn County, Nov. 10, 14. 4m'

I' offered to anv person wh,' will return to
me my 'tii r uared CANOE, which was
*taken from the lar, ing at mny -place, Wood-
ville i-n'-he 15thlinst.-The 'Boat i iaiii,-d'
wliite, black gurinn els, 'atid figir'-h.'-ad
W oodvwie,Sept. 22'1846.

Dr. (.V.o-) 0 ,-,, GiRO CERISR &c
TiKsubscriber]ias on hand.' Iafid"co'tin
.ies'to fc6deive every arrival of boats, a gen
eral ass. 'ii i-ni ,.' Dry Good aind (Groceries.
-Provisionsra/. s,
S l l a r d w ra r e .I
SCrockery,; \ ...

.ila ich h. ,wil! sell a- low. forcas-h a- ran be
purchasedd at any iiLli.r point ;n 'I.,r.rid,.
Planters are respectfully invited i,, call
and examine his s'"ck.
"Paa', June. 2h, 21,1846 :.

S.'. RIDA, FOR SALE,' :, ':..
e'K,.1 'liwell known loi'lil,, uva'ual'hcS.,,r-'
Estate,'sitnated on hi,- Tim.ica amindllaul-
omer rivers,. in EaRst Friroiil;, knoev as
'O'ak FuIrestI" nearthesea 'lh(,re c', riminv'
about. iwo ihlua-n d acre, in. re ior I.-, %% ih
the SIgrar rirk4; and other imim ,r.'. mIein'-
thlereomi. ,Te'rm-ea-'v. Airiy ti
!, C.K. -,, U :f. CVt.'P o,
June'23--l.iw2i .'. 44 Wull srct'' ,
S, '... -:; ... .'- ", Nev'York ,.

Groeery (nd Co.'mmnissiorn Aerckt-t. r
.:. .; i. l.\ r .i A F :. .
HAS "op'ene-'d a- '4rncery' pd comai .sion
store at the above place, h where lh ill bel h
nappy to,' serv6 his friends in th. rnerior
and abroad. .
His warehouse: is large and" .ommdious;
prgteqted from the inclemiency of A, wea-
ther at all seasons, and safe in s .er re-s
'spects. His stock of: goods eli hops will
.merit Ithe attention of the public.
N., B Receiving and. furwardin.goodsi
,'nuictually attended to.

_I NO. I), CIi:SNt.I'lTSt. J-J
ITwE, 1 iirr.& 1i Vi'uT i j)URTI.
P I~LAD.I-. P1 IA:l A'
This pnpidlrr nd ceiiral Hiel eslabilliei,
b, tih MNlers. a-ndr; n, -having, pass;ed
in 'o t e, hand of the subscriber, he desires, to
inform, his friends and -the pubic, that it is'
now open fr the reception ,)f guests.
To those who have visiied the "FI'R \ NK-
IAIN IIOUSIE." its'adyantage asade irable
QlyIfling place are well ktown to ,lh,,e \h.,
have not, it will be only necessary to stai-
that it is Wituated 'i ;'lihe buie-t part ;of. +he
most fashionable street, in the immediate
vicjuiity ofihe Exchange, Post Office, Banks.
CQ,tstom Huse. Placeof Amusement, Hrtels.
.Sit'enb',at Landinis. Rail l-tiad' Depot-,
Public Sijliares, (.'6 rt Holse.& .. .
Since the ofproprietors, a large amountfo:,
money has been expended in,' enlarging
r.foltitii rvli ni hin., ,i "niniing. 'A'mon,
.nuii,- ,ron? ipr.,veeitsi. ,may be iehinneid
ii[,r.\',v-ild lnleranre-, a new Ladies Ordin
,arva flew (eniIleinan-, Dining Salrn rnew
Parlours. new Ghamnbers, new Kitcheiin
ari 'new Bar Room. besides many other
inin.,y tnp,: .ve-ents. '.-, ..
The pri(ipal features" of a first-rate lIfotel,
6 "-Thfe.'Talle and WVine Celler,". will be
under tthe manaaemeot.
one of hlie f,.,rmer p,'.ret rS.,whoseambition
to fexrel as'a'. Caterer'iA. wel! kniwn His
idelvr ci-lebraled C(" k "Pelletir,, aided
exp-ii-nce-.l a-sistanlis, Will continuttlbe-as
hi. rightlianrid man. :
The nffle finTd books Wil' be under thl'
c lh a rg e ,t ..
larte'llie "ble Editor of the," Daily Ohio Un-
ion, o' (l.'t inna.ili, and mno.re .rece-nl'- of
Boston. fn short, great exertions have
been'made;, and heieatier -will not he siar'-d,
to render "The Franklin" one o ftha very
first hotels for cobmfurt, c,'n'venience, and
g,..-liin ,. I. K. M IN,' tL.,

THE HOWArD 1]O."E. .
T1|!lSl well known and favorite e.t-.blish-
.I men', -It [lic ror. ..1'r, ad aavaridI How-
ard street, tile public are. rspecfully inform-
ed, has been iayel e-rii Iged a'nd improved,
and filter .uu'in'elegant and simerior -\ Ie as
,a Restaurant. 'The prOprietor have con-
'Vtfniinil I -'-ied their spacious ,Saloonon,
'lie rirst fli.-r and have spared neluhier plains
or expense in combining comfort with lux-
urv, a'nd provditng'suchaccoimmod tions f)r
.their numerous visitors 'as -1hey trust will
ireet wit. their' mist cordial approbation
'The stock nft'he bar- is of the ri'ost choice.
-.and surerir kind having been selected from
the best and,'most approved, brands with
great care and atte'nli'n. Some of 'he wines
and cigars posses the meritlof re hvinuiT
been in the 1-ouse for u)wards of fifteen
years. All the 'valiious delicacies. -f ie sea-
son, and every thing that the market aff~rds.
and of the very best, will always be find
in (heir Larder, and t-veral up in a style,
that cannot fail 'to' please a most fastidious
taste, besides which, dinners, suppers, and
private r.-imii furnished at any time and at
the shortest notice. Also, a large and c)m-
modious room on .the s( cond floor, with a
convenient an i spacious entrance in Broad-.
way, to let by the diy.o'r week-
SYor ew.York, Sept: "2'1*.1846.

Tif'. regular team Packet W1 GAsroN
Capt. Mendell, will arrive at Picolata.everv
,',la'.iv m.rnin:ng at 9 A. M. on each wveek,
and will leave a't 4 P. M. for Savannah via
Manda rin. Jacksonville, St ]M-ir- and all
.lUmedrai' landings, and arri-e in Savannah
early tan Sunday morning. I'a-.;tengers can
leave at 8 o'clock in tho evening in the dai
ly line of Steamers... .
.I he Gaston runs in connection with Mes-
sers.: Washburn &, Wilder's itrig Line of
Packets to New York.of which :one leaves
eveivry Monday morning
,'fli Gaston doe not return to Black Creek
on her way to Savannah..
J. B.. COLE,
Si' Aent. Palatlia.
-, Agent. J'- .|;- ,,iu rile
.. C. ,'RSCOTT, .
Ag-iuh Ba,:l, Cieek.

November 3, 1846.'


Tar subscriber having established, him
elf at al'.i a.' ka. East Florida,._is prepared i
receive visitors at all seasons of ihe year
His conveniences and& accommodations for
those ,whio) sick hess.'or pleasure, mi it a"
trct to Florida he entertains a' h,.pc are
equai to anyin the place ..' I> .
The salubrity of Palarika is too well known
to need any comment--sufice it to. say tha
it was selected'as military i;oht during iht
I-ndian war in preference t1, all ither-sme-
on account -of its general hoi thins<. anr'
the facilities which i aft', rded. '
i .The immediate viciniiv of 'dlaliaa nli.iind.,
inca.ome of all de-icriptn ;A'the river, a bold
i sheet. of uaier running at its side, yeilds ai
sUippl)ly of the imoit delicious fish-while the'
numneri:u- orange groves 6r' iit neigolb'-i
liui.,d gle< a perftume and a t'eelin), t iiih.
'.en-ps truly ilnivilinr. and en i.ihanlini.
The mnan ot leisure, the sportsnman. thf
invalid -lie lover, of the beauti.fnl andpi'
turosqqie, will find eniployment for" tIlte'ii ; ,-
.I Paiala wvhilic"no other:lleality in 1 I I
-'iii Pala-ha, i.he di'stn'ce t th tle oeeat
i' abuit "lIein miiile'--tlie citizens of" 1 '
place of c ur-e enj.pin r Ite s.ii]inr s's
breezes which luo.,e in heir travel mlie s'e
yerityj which is expei i, nced at ,l'!,k-,n\ ill
ard'.St. Auiiistine. .: The rear of the t.)u ini
is girted by high elevamions-imeanderiiiig
-rivu'lets-with iiea.ing pro|iectsi and unimn
terrupted retreats. .
'lfh'ere 'e 'two stean oaIts whiti.Ii arrive
weekly at ,the place fromn Savannah0. one1
carrying the U S m'--il-also a small steam i
er that i ps\wet,llyto ithe Miuneral Sprin,
on Lake MNl,,nr'. ''.
rA U. S nail stage leaves once a week
obr'Ta~mpa Bay viai ')rt Kin.r
T .: I.GHTMA\N-Proprietor. :.
Palatka. June-21,,MG46. '

Il: We-le.r an FeinaIle College will
S coinmeice it. r t.xt Term on thefirst.
.1Mondiy h iOr(olkr, under the charge 'of thle
,ll \11wing o ricr,
Rev. W I H. E.LiFSUN, D. -I. 'Pis. 'and
Pr,,f M ,'.atl Science. .. : ;
Rev. E. H. MIER, A. i. Prof. Nat, ScP'
e n'ce. '. ; ..' '
hev. J. .R. HoMAS;. A. M'. Prof. Enr.- Lit-.
erature. .. ,, .- .. .
l r.P 'G. GuIBEKRGERR', Prof in Dept.
of M i isic. ;. '* ,*" *'' ; .****
Nli,.' E A. R'.E Ri, Tutoress and Inslruc-
1es. inI l)ruing, Pantin r andl French.
The Mlathematical Departmnienl will be
print -ipa!ly in charge oflhe President. All
thea officers, exc-ptl Mr. G., reside in tile
Clege Buil ings, and have consiant super-
vision of the yV'unig Indies h,,hrdinsr \iilh
lih-in; while ihe Lady ol'one of the Proles-
-irs ha, ltie pii .li.eIujo'r a&' jAj., i o'. their de-
pnrltllent. ,**-*. {
fhe Iollowing is eCO*'Ilapter -entiLled
''S.Asi:,n and tFees "
A t. IA\ The collegiate year (or term)
srshall mininece.tle fir.L-Nonday in October,
and enld )n tile Thursday after the second
M '>n d a y in I v u : ..:- _,
Art. 2d. lie'('ollege Feeq shall be. a loul
lo'w s ,'- ..
Pi -rinlar Tuition in Colleg -classes, -. $j0 (10
Miisic. extIri. -. 51 01)
Dlawilg and Painting,'extra,' : i 25 00
SLang'miaes' eextri a 0 00
'U-e'of T'~ian,, ". '*. -: *-"' 05 U0
Boafd per month, :: :- 10 00
fRe;.'jis ,.f allegege building, 01 (to0
Matriculation Fee, 03 00
Fee i,, 1eai iinmIial, -.. 03 O0
W'ti31_1,,, Wo,.d and Lights, will average
abiui ,'; *er month. .
Ajt "I lie pupils are expected to f)urr)nislh
;.their own roohis.. '
Art. 4th The fees of the College -hall be
:)aid i i't i I a .iance, the remainder un the
t 1.' M arch. ..... ... .
f. iu ail'wiil Be received in the 'reg.u:-I
course for.less ilinn a.alMf'Term;or,in luii-
sic for l'es than one quarter. '" It i's desirable.
that lie "h ppils b- prese l. at tie opeinint ,f i'
the Tein,. thai tlh'y ihay ,tlkrt .'fairly with ,
their classes : .
:E. H,.M'IYERS, Sec'y Fauloty ...
Macon, Ga., Septeinber'15,184(6.

I *..C A T I.O N S .': "-*' ',''.i': '.:/ ', ;

To commence in October ritxt, tvnd to be issued
egula'ly thereafter on or. about the ijj'tfih :.
:j e.1 ryrt manth. ':.

.,., ^ ZINE,:^ **^ ^ .. ^
And Gazette of "the F'ashiionable World. ;
S ALSO' .. '
S -'. : ,-, "ION ,. .. "
And Continental. Fet;lleom.s.
!iI-,..ric6 of which twVo Works il EngI .
lindJ is $12 a Year. '
.lyAs republished by the subscriber they
will cost only .$1 a year! :

For Toum and Cuinlrr--Devoted to felle'.'
Letters. Music, rF;ii .Irs Fashions, 4-c. .
The well-known celebrity ih Europe an'(
this country; of Blaekwood's Edinbinrg
'Migazine, ihas induced, the shbscrib'er'6
commence the rep'ublication of'ihis fashion.
able Lordon Monthly.
It is'a matter of .,irprise'that the republi'-
:cation of this work :was hot commienced
,m: L*e years silce. OhOnnokinig 6ver some of
the hlate numbers, we find them killedd with:
Stories'. aand Poetry, and Na.rratiAes, the
most ;f which fill but litltl behind thibose
Published in the .dinbig'., Work and many
surpass even the e iiii.nati.,ns from the Giant
it tellects of the contributors to the' great,
Northern ,l.rgziuie .The "best, writers ,f
the day crjhtrbute'to its pages.,:
It has now been published seventeen yvea(r
n L.ni *n, and has a circuil'ltau exceeding
70,(00) copies third'igih' Eiili:'d, Scotland-,"
ireland, and the continent of Eur6pe. Il is'
translated rfito ,i-veial of he continental .
'..ngrags-s-it bi,)tg ih'e only instance ota'fii
I'Al-II.-li ilagzrne reieivi-ng that cornpli7
The. Th ublicili'in wilt e'miimeme in Oeto-,
bet next arid o ili be oC ilmnafd inntlily.: .
.'li]" ptibl~calion price of the above work
iu l.undvia, s .i-" ,a.

AND CON rlN xrAL rTa it'l LI.-rNS. -L I O S
A-1 .orirhl,, Pu?,.ijatnn t',/ c,,,ourts of Lon,-
don and. Pari.,;- L)cic'tilil to fl-igt Life,
F,.4a',.n,at,,lt., Fashi s.i I'oite" Litdrurr't4
Fire Arts, the Opr'rs Thc/lrs,'rs '.e ..-, '
Ed;ted by several Lierary and Fasiiona-
,le I ,hi e,'ers. .... ; ,
In ,he ab.,e twn work will be' found a""
the G.-,:ip ,f Lndon, Paris, nd lthe irinci-
>al cities of the .Con~tinent o0" Europe, oy-
,[ Gossip-UD>'A;cripti6th 'of the Queen's
)'at ing R.,... Parlies. wilh aceurs e ac-
'unnts l'ltlie dre-ses ol'rthe Ladies ut Rank
eNi,,blernen.'s .-ete-.-I)|'cr;i:ionn otsoevery
rew Ij >|erJ. witl ( trilicifn a 'ifi lth fil.e-
rlorneis, ,-e. T"les be tho best l'nohli',h
' lth ,r., l'.,.r r\. New Miii. Hfl r Mjjee-
."s vi.-it ',, different Nbleri'en--Dscritp.

1..n .,t New IPamtings, and tho Artrst a-M.t
:r-tie%, &C. = ,
The pIblivii'on price of the' above work
n London i ii. '
Terms of Godey'e.New Monthly Mag.-
ine, $1 a year, n advance. ..
All wjders must.Je 0'ressed, post paid,'t '
101 Chestnut streil, PhliladeHijiat
YNerwsppyerts inserubng. itlet ahuv.tqo i
onter'a favbr,Ca'nd be entitled to an ex
han~~e. \ ,^ A- ^ / A. :** a.*./ 3 .

ier'l;i'.,>ii :-',l is,,te ,tai .tit my of A. Poz.'r .-W\e iii the ,fbl-
016i l w l ll .-0 auiiiliin ot lih', gifls that '" .
''lilil o, i'i..ilu. It. is taot hul rig in the Eltnira 1epi )l-
to1t)stow upT41i )eacth ofyou the satrn" gfif, wCiI :I 'WO gentlemen haVe
hIt a irfi'C.imii(,,iy ..n:a1.1 ir s.% ril b. eachIa dai u&.,iter. Each ma-r-
,,ii,'-ir iil ,1 ., i \ i ." t .-
ll i,. .l,,> .| ,,ue, .Ie co,,,n a ine(l ,' i, ti le daiugl:teri t tilel Other.
sili.-nc., ,iei,.._ il irs ii, ;t-,, f11 i tl'es i i l Suppo-.4n I0he Il both to have'
t,.r. t .in ,-a .,f ,'m,ole wit n 'V.oii.. childrI 1 n r-Ien -by the ma r rir age,
irl S i\-' li i t 1 -e J"'w n .i-r tuii wir'5 S .tieere t eI" .* l i-
S e ii" o ,., ..,. .!(.. 'l'tt w 1ll !he the rIlntion of't!ie
~. i -~ ho u u~iu !t t' i'lh';rrj a- I ..;1

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,< Reposifory of Lelhtrs Record "of To cn ,t'-- in Ociir ,,t ,hI to be issued
A l i-t itroi of .i.i3ig .vents. .. r i,,it,j lii.. ,iti.. uo r about. thit Jjiitnth
To0e published everySaturdayv, at Two .vi'(rry fW,,E'h.. ''- ,
D.ollars a Yea-ir. in advance. .
titor und Proprietor., REPrUILiCATION OF THE TWO'MOSTl'
A, ntihierof the most eminent fIlerar. P'PtiL[R \O)RKS IN, EUROPE: 4
X per.-oti, ofilii s cunitr" ha ve proposed BLACK W1 00'S LADY'S '5MAGA
to hie undersigned to ,publish, under, th a-' INE' -
.d^ov title Z .. .. + '' '
'oe. 't *.' '"/ ; And Gazette of th, Fashionable Woirld;.
-'Refihed and ildimable VAeuwpuptrr.' .1 :, 1 ALSO A '
lUpion a plan c. mbinig ll, the lhiiit-st re- rilE. ONDON iVOlL nOF AII-
sources of National Talenl wilh the be.- el. T" ioNE 1 ,A"1
emi ults of exteniivte popuhlri -y. and at 'so : -I. i___ 'I
trifling anfl.natal cst.as will'p'lace it %ith- And Cniineiniial Fenilleiots. .
in the tQitenie it Wi'rr oh I he Prce of' which two Works in Eng.
ill cln7ss4 of so ui"ld lhud is Icl! a Y,-ar. '
The control and mana',entnt-i ofhisi piub- -As repiihblihlied lby thle sibsriber thIbey
locationn will form the exclusive and 'uudi%'i ill Cu.iist only l a year: '
ded altenton ollthe Edit,.,r--whose lonr i e ,x <' : '
perience, ample tcilitfes and practi-ed care, BL1)ACKWOOD'P IA l'S 'MAGA.
will be exerted to select., uinile and harm-Zn IN
.. .. ,< .... Z IN EY
Ise the vaioi slill which is ',illin to ,seek i
development nuner hiedirec;ienn. Ti 1tS ACrDe GAEN, TE OF .T;HF, FASHIOrrNABLE'
design, and chiracier i-fiithis ainper will i l'df-' ... W RLr- .... ," ;
,er fioni those ,fanv j,)urrnals lie reltrfre e-. For ToriT an'06..C.ntr-Drrorli to BIelces-
tablished, while ii will c,,,iptrlind all tliar 0tlhrs. .,f ic, l'iu .1res Fus ,., '-
.they contain 1,fimp,.,rianc.w to the cnoumunru,- Thoe.ill-k'nown relMbrity in Ei,,rop,'an
ty. The contents will ite fitted to enge ti .co-ontryo Bl.c.vo-s 'dinburg
the attention Il the inmn of+Insiness; anrd' Tq ,l.ain tored tl'e s ribero
ource of i t 1^ and e: Margaine, has, indiuced tlhe subsgrib^e to,
elegnt eterc'tminilrie flie rI.polientioti of this fats'iioii-
l"tainmento th i f i. ioA l'e- 'e Loiuron Mlnllily.
..donrticJ..,'-sve. and h ia ia ir u.-,.rpri tpl!a 'rtl ,"e repub-li-
The leandingr characieri-tico cI; Ja'pe .eCai,,n rf'fthis 'vorkl was ntI eremienced
Swill Ie as hull.,ow-s: : -,,evas siie: O-i g ver some of
.1. 'fnrly jiap- G-piil fthis Arirt"wastSie
Sr.arlv a. t..,,,us I teligelnce ot nil tIl,e laie number-s. ,we find theLe'J.lil.ed wilh
inlere.ltin .. ccurr.nce, in 1., ter1 u,.- S1,,ci- St.hlis, and I'oe'try, "'nd- Nari-aui tes. the
-et and XA l, bith at li.,,,' I,, Babroad .-8's!of f hlach ,i l'bul littl td hind those
2. A For,eo ( ".rre-p.-ndetce,,' ,ri, ,ri, ",iiole.t i te 1 uibiirr JWAork and man v"
.. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A .. I I I ,lh]e.~, h ,,~ua.Wramav
Ularit, a4id acknolr. dretl-ed ritr1t ha:, been si, ':s p"ve l'lie -e.'.tairili.n. from he .Gia tir
engagedd. and % ill tie cTuii.melcd %illt ihe J,,il|.e l. It the ..unilrili.,,,s to the great
Sst numbe .N.riliern ,I ,ri7.'zile The b,,- Writers .of
3. Productiooi in fnctlibn, ron,-incF and nar- the- d:ii i n;ribute to its ia'T.-... .
ral ive. Steir lies .f the taeie )nd ii iiti ji it', ia' n i
the time; E-sai s. alier tlhe manitr .1 "O t'ein Lndo.n-t!a i-rcieation e seedn
Tattler and s cl illr. (ihi;ie, c n, .ee i d.. thog Etulain". eo adn
: e d "w I" ,l .. l-i...e .,re1 tbil(' .;le allrille 11 hllU, i--til
-ted wih s.,,cial inI res i ,,,',a| ai t I i t I rl n id .the .o inent lof E rop ,it s
:' es and ant-cd-te..s, Lerary T id pr..feq.ion rl a dri.lie d in e t o n s ettof ihecontinental'
: bon'i.,l. ,.p i~ am'' n ra,,J p|..J nirqei<,,1 : ; 'ar.,la'* -d i^n rs erad-,of The conhinentitl"
-r s, t pimt,_. an d llI le a llltifl[e ,,1"' /
pve kid i. no.. .. e n i ..... languages-it lit-ng the onlv instance of an
ever kind ; the rtimvrs (it' ~-d iv,:fnd'the l-a lgznercivn I i6mjli
";,-co ..ie .si~air.... u o .. "o r' : -, r"-i,, --i r ,,gaNz-Y ne recotving, it it dcorn liL-
''conl el, ts that .flat 1 Uti lie conn -r-atl i + -"
1W. I -mOe itot
o'fthe hour-u mit-rial.; -*.t Uis kritd wl- ifleict
.;'the ord' ars s 1aple .frlh.. ii.r- l Th-e"publication wilt commence in Octo.
S" ib a d-. I" I I. "I i be're iie .t and ill b 'c,,iliiinrd m.'iithl'.
li, det...-'........." ,, rie .. wl ....lie [,i,,e:,t,, mO price of tlie ,above' work
ex h ibi t a mi. i r i. d 1. pu l ir -e y-Very j ,
of ihe Literary P- ducil-) of-the day '. -
,'T herewilrl be a lirir'ghli aiid eareT'l chj'.rToni- : .
t 'le of e'ver- thn. .,r valui,- :,r'c- l; Paintingr anid Scuiplurt', ;ind a can ld and ,
,,,<~~~ ~ is 6 c, >., 1 v ,. Ori NF NTAIL.FEUILL-ETONS.,
patrioutic talin;tie .,I' lie N.it'.n il prioduc.t- i c ri N F ILE o s
-ions in comparis *n wli.'hi-,er cotixitrie A.' :.M,.,U0/ Pil:',i"tiv'ufi., Courts of Lon-
SutI h expitsilij iftli- f1.iarli erL:Lll special donitt ild,-Pir :,-- Di..,it, to j''hl Lfi,
,. ,excelleneies oh w' ht la ex ibieted ,a ih c ... ,,ish,,ueil-.s, :Faskions, -Polite Lituiatvre,
S will be cutistarntly given, as may lead Il thle Fine Irts, t/e Ope-ras, Ti'.,tr,sS.
more intelhige, eTiajo inen i t that most hn- .Edi'edb" sev ral Lierary and Fasliiona.
aginative-and delic.ile branclih of the PinFe ble Charieters. ,
Arts. I In lie naL.ve two work-will be Cfound all
S 5. N5 original -papprq will apear, but *the -.'-s-ip orLoifd.on. Parik. an; d the princi-"
'tlhose tfobviiit and .-decided inmei ; and tlie pal ciltiesocf hife m,,aititint .f Europe. ey-
Fe-ecti.,ns (which will corn. only be from at I ;"i-i-' 'crip'io of the Queen's
the fnreighn ji.:irnals the-least known in this )r-,iia R loaitTi Pa1t'lies. with, aecura e ae-
country) will be tinde wit liutli'.1, ateni.n t lt ,. i, d-- of-the Ladies of Rank
-4nd'care -N-,ble.en s -Feltes-'-Icription of every
The. "T 'pred.i>"niant-'d,-',"i orhe ditor is Neuw Opera with criticismc oftlhe same-
:o6add to tIe Reiblhc oh Letper; j .\'',, r 'rtrmteii &c'. Tales by the .best Engli-l
Journal.,d.tinrilyd anrI d...c,dedl nationalr lh'rs', Poetry, N.wMsi Her Majes-
i in tone ahd features. and at the ,anie time, 'I ..a to dierent N ,-leaena-Drscrim-
'.toavoid' all con necion. wh :ere. pitics -'l of Vte"i' thii and the-Artist ---Va-.
'The Nwtiona't Press vwill, iri brieIf, comtnbifre '
,the .,ri"in'-and noal altr.acu.iin. ,of the The uition price of the above work
~i (i th e " i nr -! I n J u n I' i s $ 6
newspaper wl thlhe albiditiug infest of tle "L-u "i $ "-
higher class of peri,,dicalk t wilt be prin- Terms of Gde'y' New Montl Ma o-
te d in th e l li o C f ,rm o :i la rg e a n d ; s e r o r Z'v e'e -ril'r iin -.a d v a n c e-
,' paper, ona i tw and ch.ar Ivy'p.. ob!ind 7.-T,* a, y':sr. ad "'"vance -,
expressly tf-r ihe purpose and will be.,in its ll ers mus be addressed, post id, to
whole arranrigemcnil and deia-i's a ,a'orable L. A. GODEY,
specimen if the be-t typographical ,kii of 101 Chestnu.n sreet. Philadelplai
the country. in" af'driin fto these, nd as N' eirserlin- the abt. e will
o ofitsmost yaliile ciilm.i- i; confer a favor, "and be entitled to an ex
he', in reference t, ihe diversity of, talent change.
lhat ill be etipl..\t ed l,,iti it, the el, t ,e.a i et
paper in the United Stale.. WES L .Y A N FEMALE Lo(.-
1.. E LG E.
-TEMS-TWO I'w.llars, a Year.' oT three T-,IE Wy."leuai FefYale CoIlege will
.vani e-*-j;'' i .' -. '- : ,./ ,'I n <.rlgvcr under the charge of tlie
it v.-'ill be sent b\ mail lno all paris <.,f Ih.- fill 'iiar *.ffi cer ~ -
JUn'ited Slaies.and'.to the Brmi-h P'rovinces. ,Rev. 1. ELIaso', D. D. Pres.,,- and
S d'one.,upin sir'nr wrappers, with lthe unol stProf. Moral Science. ,
punc'ualivly an d.-spitch. ARe..i .H. MERSA'. M';,PtoF.Nt, Sci-
Posltna.'ei arc req .es.ed t ac. as a,,en's ence.q. .. ,
receive subscripions, narnd iial reniltan- '-ry JR. TmRloMAs, A. M. Prof. En1. Lit-
4:es.." .... > ** '. :.:.. .": *"-" '. eraliti~ie,'. /. 1,. -, -. :. .- .'
The first nuinmber t illi te i.sueJ 'n 'Saftr- dr. G. GUiEIGEft, Prof in Dept
day. the fuiteeith .1'f Februiry next. of'Mnsic.
Thliat a probable eslim te tmay bemrormed y- ,i-S BA. R'nRS, Tnutoress and Inslruc-
of the numrnbei ofcpiesi-ihalt will be rri-ir .I'es' in Dri t irg, Paintinz anwl French.
ed,sub-cribers ult oblige, the ,h:ii.,tr by 'The Mathematical Department will be.
sendinig in their names at. rly a ijeriud tiu ipa'.ly in charge of the President. \II
as pis-ible. .- ., i~It *,tTrier,, eic-pi Mr. G., reside in the
Newspaper and '.pet'ir."tlea ae-i'nts' rind Cllege itil ing., and have constant super
newsmuen suplieie i~n liter',I teaii.--Bor- t iin of The )'elii^ ladies hanrdiinf. 'it ,it
ess. Stringer & Co. .o-2 Brtadwi\. ctwhle. iliem; while 'he Ldy e'.fone of tie Profes-
sale agents. sr. ..... lir e the particular oversight o. their de.
,-- i < ub..ciptions. orders, remittance all coin ,artiieil,t, I *
'.' -. *r munrcalions. ti, be addressed, p.r'.l pi, d. t,1. .he" ll owintr is the Cihapter entitled
'," ": GEORGE P. MOIlRIS, "S.siiin anl, les." i
2.23 Broadway, corner of Aints st N. Ai t- 1st.. The co'Iegiate 'ear(or term')
'.. With those Edii-ir wh.o copy tlhe a shall t'inaence-t le first Monda:y in Octe'ber,<
"-, bove Piospectus. ihe Lditor will be niisl dnd end in llih Tlhursday after tlle second
bapPiV tu exchange, and, a all notees. as a;l Mondev iin July. ',.' .-" '"*
waye hireloiore. to recipr.cate lie liberal' Art 2d. I he College fees shilal be as" IO1
_', ,ties and courtesies of tin,' pe.s. l.)ws; ; "- "
-'N .. *l.November 17, I'.IG. ReS-ltrTiition. in College iha~ses,;. $50 00
' ~, '- '. ,'* l]iisic, extta, 501 5 --
,' ,. l..... ni, ,.: .v l> a.-wieg-.aind Painting,h extra, '*-" 25 0OP
G a lNSK I-'t IIOl ...?" Lata'ii'it.;ges. extra, ,/, 01,-,
-' BTJ GLINSKI intitrmn tiis trends, and U e.'f iPiano. .- .' 05 i'
-the: 1 th public n gilieral. liat lie cal Board per month, -. '. 10 tl,
',' ,"' grive theml acc.,innl,,dailnn al his n euairs of college e building, '. '- 01 tI'
*: .,i _, hn'se.aeti l times and'nour,. ire so'icits a, Mairiculation Fee, .- : '' 03 0t
> *hare of public patronage. Fee ,)fTestiinrnial, -"' : (13n I.

SN. B. Jle can accninmmdate a few reri- ahithm \\od and Lights, WiHlaverage
d.. ent boarders. about $:',er iinn h. I ; I .' ,
Palatka,East 'i'.lrid. Sep. 29ith l16., Ait 3. 1 lie pupils are expected tO-Pfurnish.:
r their own rooms. ,
ALUABLI" LAND FOR S\L-. Art. 4thl.The fees ofthe College siall be-
e aO Aid-e.. c', .. s ita.t. -- paid hbat in a l ance; the Lremainder on *th
; *)u"u00 A.cresnfvnliel)le I1nd 9i sIluated on 'r t I
S1. .Johans Ratce- il,-ti-mile,; &.--iath o V l- hr int' uM~aru-hi. 1
.i ai ,SO.OJ2s Res fllbe.. s s.,,th o1.,1-. Noi, puiil will. be received in the reu,
aum,8u00 e'acir 4%A4; i't'ltth, -best L. I e ',
a... -- e'? 'nd t... ,' .'t i vuise .,r t Ine a hit i l Term; orin M ,
Oak, Ceapand abti:,'ge ilamm..c. InnOe-; c p Fir lE th one qu.ar.ter.' ,It ,i desire.
aba'le titles given,and will be sad i Iola .hat he iJloa e p,-se: attlm, opening c :
-Int the pul ne opening cnq'
.- ,u Wtpt h,,yel[ the Term, that ih y'-i ay itart fairly 'with
Jr. W10 iATINIA, iheir clhases.
Arent for the propriel or. E. H. MYERS, See'y Faculty.
Paldlta, JuwM 3li 1016.--tf. Macon, Ga., September 15, W46.

,J. &: .., rTIiL.Mt N,

,' \: '" < *^ :-i~ '

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espectiilly inforifns the citizens Pof Pahltkla', and the sur-
rouniding country,, th:,t they have- "
Just received by recent arrividl's lro'l New Y oork, a full, assort
meit of Fall ;ilI .Wilter Goode, consisting in ,.pari of hl einost
'f;shonable stvhls of Print-S, Mi'I-lins, MusdcIelains, ('ir',assiansf
Alpacas, Cahhiiieres,' Satinets, Kontucky Jeans, Plains, Lind-
se)s, Ilariners Stripeeo, \ a':hingtion Plaids. Apron Checks, Ker-
sey Blankets, Cable T wist Fancy .Jeans, Scotch Piaids, Gold
Stiipe Plaids, Sheetings, Bleached 'and Unbleached Shiirtings
Cotton Osnaburgi, Umbrellas, Pongee ,,Silk ltidis, .BIk Silk
Crav'ats, Mlisdelain d'o, Cotton Plaid Hjd kf, tkie Cotto'n Hose,
Half' Hose, F1rench Saspenders, Over. CoaisS ,'k Coas., Sati-
net an:d Casinere,'Patsi Vests nnd Fine Shirts, Bagging, toge-
ther wiith' a variety -ol0,other -article suitable to the season.
Al'.0.Sliits ni the ateri fshio.ts, a genera as nsortment of Ladies Shoes. Gents fine calf
,sewed sh Kip br1naiT. R.i-etts. hBlas and Misses shoes. Alho a \%ell selected asartmient
of Crockerv, Tin war-e. Hard ware. Hl-lowa-re. ails, \xes. &c. Saddles Bridles. Hor-e Col-
lats. &c '\\ ill nl,.i keep ,'-.nnitanilv in hand h hur. Rice. Banr-n, Laid. Coffee, Stgar. Mo
lasses Salt. Snoap, Tonacco. &c. lo avhich we invile out.r Iriends, nnd the public generally, to
call a.d diexamine- our stock,, as'we are detepmihed to please bith n quality snd lpric s
* ,Palatka, Sept. 2,,1846. L& J.& H. I'LLMNAN


S>Respeetflly informs the citi-

zens ofPaatka, and the' surroUn-

dlinig country, that ie hlas Imade

arrangementsi to Ckeep iistant
'. '* t .. .. ,-- ; '-, .PI'_*. ,- : .i .. ... :,; "*.,:

on1 hand a fresh'isuply of :-provis-

ions ad .gro'oceries. HOHe sIs now

in storce-Bcoi, -shoulders, sides

and hams, flour corn, &c &c. co0-

'fee, -aui excellent article, sOg9
ar, tea, haIrd bread, &c, &c. Hi

stock ofdry goods hiasbeen silec-

ted with care, nd isofgood qual-
.o ' .. "B "" -

ity, he hopes to give a'eueral satis'

faction to those who may favor

hbm with their custom.

Palatka, Sept 22,1846.



o RIF Y TIjgJ I OOl0.


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The high an envied celebrity which these pre-eminent Medicines have acquired for their
invariable efficacy in. al the diseases which they profess to cure, has rendered the usual .
prnticeeof pfffing not only unnecessary, but unworthy of them. They are known by,.
their frnttAj their good works testify for: themi and they thfive not by the fith of the ,

. .- W~r' ** -*
Nervous DebXliyp.
Nervoua Complaints, of e llhi'sdl.
SOrganic JAffections. "
Palpitation of tke Hearti.
' Painter's Cholic.
P I L E 8 -The original proprle C
tor ofthese medicines was cured "
of piles of 86 years standing by .
the use of the Life Medicine
Alone .' '
Patin in the head side, batkiel
limbs, joints; and organs. C
RHRU'MA418TISM.-Thoe at a
flicied with this terrible disease
will be sre of relief by ie Life 'I
Rutsh of Bloodlto the Aed. '
", ai Rheum. : '..'.-, :
S ilt i n, i o; / .
EVIL, ha its worst form. .
lcvce 7f every description. "
W OR MS, fall kitnds, sreec- ,-
tually expelled by ihese medi-
ines. Parents will do well to I
-admiaister them whenever their ;
existence is suspected.-Religf

bl.Ht, Wa 9*. n -, /, ;, ; .
Adstma. '. .
Jicute aud Clhronic RheuslAism,.
Jffection= qf the Bladder and
K id n ey s '
Ili the south and west, where
these diseases prevail, they will
beofaud invaluable. Planters,
Farmners, and others, who once
use these bledicines will never
afterwards be without them.
laita Choiac and Serotit loose-
'Bite.. 'e "
C0ol* and Cought
wth the greatest success In this
Coiru,tft s.,m "1'
Dripue. ..
dth Ihis distressing dliean
sbuld delay using thee metdi.
cues immediately
Erptions of A Skin ',
F ency, .i .

f EV eRAlt' A. A G iV .
'For:tli.i dcuge of the'westehr :n
oty 'these. medicines will be
fliound a safe, speedy, and certain'
remedy. Other medicines leave
the system subject to a return of
t. he disease-a core by these medi-
cilnes i permanent. Try them be
mattisfied, and be cured. : .
Foulness oJ the Cunmpleaon.
.. Goidduu. .
GrarTe. e e.- <;, ,
Headachirs, of eiery kind.
l- ward Fever.
S Inflammatory Rheumatism.
SImpure Blood.
SJaundice. .
i Loss of Appetite. .
Leprosy. :.- ....
L iooseneas.
SES. Never fail to eradiateo en-
tirely all the effects of Mercury
infinitely sooner than the meast'
I powerful preparation of Sara-
S parila ,- .
I g, ht sw eats. ,: .+ .. ,

mI aTJM ?i m W a U3M wsMtW j

i ,..And thii remove all disease from the system. ; '
'ingle itriawil i place theL I F E P I L L S and P M (E N I X BITTERS beye athe'reach of' ear- "
petllon, in Ike estimation of every patleLt. '
UP Prepared and sold, wholesalea and retail, by 3B. WZll i 3 A i 3L 0, O A % 38 "
.Brolway,cornerof Anthony street, New TYrk. "
SIs Genuine of these medicines are now p it up ina white wrappers and labels, together with a pamnphleat, olelnd
MiNfatls Good Samaritan," containing taedirections, ke., on which is a drawingof Broadway from Wall "
stri toour Olffice, by which stranger virting the elay can very easily find us. The wrappers audSamaitaus ,s
ar-opyrIghted, therefore those who procure them with The while wrappers can be ass-nured that they a'
eitine Be careful, aud do not buy thpse with yellow wrappers ; but if you do, he satisfied that they oume ,
jlt fro, a, or don't touch them. -
t 1- .. ..IC.I CJ iEiE Al i'tA.\E "iil "
'31, ( 16. Paliki. E t ,F

JSoi an"i# ob idntf[ng ncat-a .cyrcutcb at tfs Officc. ilso, Vaml blcts, garlos,
.uln' r ?)tbanhbflhs, &S .. ', ,,, ., :' '-, ..

.' a -

,ill iiOlVWAR) iitOUl.:.
H -nnltbi'well kl !hi and fiv-rile e-lial.li-h-
I- I mi ention tInhec,.,r oi'>frad 'iv:a nii l I l,'w.
Sard ,.Irreetl. lthe plilyhlic te reseifi I'tillv i iforll
ed,.h'as been la'.- e.i 'eiie i' t ail i-iipr.iv ,e
a iiid nillte ultp hi legn ant aidl ,iipaerioi stle Iasi
a Resta 'i!anI Tlie iroprihihrse have con-
Teelleilll I c.iltI their sp 'Ciouj Sa, n.t <. oIl
W l-e tirt.floor, iand lave-pired nepither',.aina
or'expt n-e in rnii'iinini ri a'.,ili mfil wilhi lux-
icry, arid'pri'vutiiiet such aec. inini-il ili tn Jiar
S th ir Iitliteri.n vi 'ilsh'r a, til-ev ru-I wilt
ItAice a it -ii n. ,li r a rsl C ior The stocilf ifIli,- ltr4 is fl'lie mia.t choice
ndsnuterl.or' t-ind hIiiiin- bt-,-ii sle lted frQli
the best anrd l(iit aj)pim-,ed br.anads with
gr'a- care tid ii.- lii.uit. S)onin oft lie winied
t -ul ci-irs possess 'tii ,rit t'iaeen i t he iilon-e for upwards of' laitme
veast. At I tie valmi is delicacies of llie sea-
'son, and'evgery thing Ihal. the markoel affi-rdl,
and of thlie, very best, will alcvays be ,ot.fnd
"n their-Larder, and e, Oeral i'p in a'style
I hat cann,,"t, fal to pplea:e a' mistit fastidious
f taste, bI-sd.-s %thlich. djiner.. -uppers and.
private rot.-ni firnislied atI any line and a.i
th'e'shoritest notice. Al',i, a large and corn-
modioti- rlin un hlie sa cenid floor, with a.
convenient an. spacious entrance in Broad-
way, tn ivt by the ,ii, or week.
New York, Sylt. 2, 1840.
N.L O. 0.105 CiI.'SNUI'St. L
M WEE- Tltirpr&, r,.Unrni. |G10;l
:This popular and central fHotel established:
by th- Nlessrs, Sandersa.n, having passed
i n oit Ie hand ilflbe snbacriber. he desireBs to
infnerna his f'rfi tdfS and" thipitrlcle, tiat it is
S"now open lbr tlie r-.celin aof ues.t.
'r tho-e \u ho have v'jsiled tin '-F 'TK-
LIN HJOtjUSI ." its advantage asa de .4 abh.e
t',ppinff plave are wet'1known to th.s, w r'(%
Lavenil,, it will be urlv ntces-ar, t(Itale
that i't Lssitualed ill l'hee busiest ar of the
"ialoi. -.hai.nbl- slreet'I in the inmmindiate
viciniet, ofthe LExchann, Post'Offiee-, Babkh
.'t istloai House, Placeol Amuisenient Hotels,
Steamboat Landings, Radi Road 'tepot,
Public Sqnares, Courl House, '&a .
Since the ofproptietera, a large amnrkrntf)
SIn,,ney has been eXpendPd in enlating.
.-rittmngretuni|dng and'pinting. imong
flnumieroue mproveruen, lMi.ay be mentiodei ..
"iWproved Enletances, a Ki. Ladies Ordin.
i-;,.. a.new Gentlemans,Djnipg Sakeon Wo "
t'arldcurs, nea% Cliamiers, nelv Kitchen-.
"nd' new BarRoom. besides .a.xny Qlhu '
mi.n-.r inipr,)vertuni-its.
T he principal featur.ea qfafst-rl,'-HoteFv.
.Trhe Table and Wi6a Ctler," will ba
unde.r-the managemait.l. ..
Mf .. i A M .-, PA1.X"-( .
ne of the formterproprietow," ho- e am' o-
10 excel as a Catererin JW !'knjow^,'S
videlY cerebratil Cook ".P1Jleiik-10
experienced assisants, will conti'ifv iiw
hi. right hand man. ,.4
The offio Lnd books it bVol
chargeol. .-
M GEORGOp. iUiSH tH'. r
late li able dior ofZ ia'U-
41hp,.q Cinciwintl,6 'Vi'~l-9^weff ol
Boston. To sia .,p-- f 4ttV
been made, and rewaltr wifIi
to render "theilraikit Tery
f11qt good living. "MNOI>
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% % %:,..

TH r regular team Piaeket. m, s GA STON
('apt. Mendellwill arrive at Piconata every
Friday mr-ifingat.9A. M. on eaqh week,
and % ill leave al 4 P. M. for Savannah via
Ma,,da rin, .Jac-ksbnvile. St. Miart. '-and all
immediate landings, id arrive in. $vaiinah
early on Sutnda% inorni(g. Passengers can
leave at S o'clo k in thtIening in tie dai
ly line of'SteamIers. -
The Gatin rum- in en wlo1 n will Mes-,
sers. Washburn & \Vil-j tbieg. L ie of".
Packtts to New York.. of which one eaves
every Monday mniorning.. '
1 lie Gaston does not return to Black jreelk
on her way to Savannah.
Aent, Pala.Rka.
Ag6enii'. Jack'dnviile'
D). *. f'RI'.-SCOT'T,
Agent Black. Creek.
November 3, 1846i.

Joel Al( a'
Tni: sub.eritier leaving establJished him
elf at l'aa'ka, ',ast Florida, ii lirepared to-
receive visirers at aHll sea-'ons ofi the' year.
His conveniences i-nd aeconiin-d4lions for
tholnse u\ hnmi sickitess.. or pleasure might at
tract io Florida he :entertains a hope are'
equal to any in the pltce
The sailubrily (of Pidalta ik too well, known
to need any connmment-sufflce it to say that
it wasselecled as n initary post d-inig the
Inrd;an waxr in preference jo all other sites
nni accinru of ils general healthiness, andi
the I'acitities which il aff.,rdrded. "
The iminmediate vicinity c( Pnlatkn abounds
in gamne o1 all description ; the river, a hio.ti
Slieel '.,I vater running -at ilq s-de. \eilds a
supply ,frhe most delicious ish-ehile ,hiea
numeroiat craliie groves of its neighibor-
hlood givesa p.i',r'ine .ind a eelin g ,to le
senst s truly invieinghnind en',hatiinv.
The man of Itisiep. thlie F' ortsithn. ?I,"
invaltid-tlie lover oa i'e le'leIII,rnl and npic-
Iture die, will tindm i|l. weni nt lor tht mind
nIt P"ltI a e whitch no other li.calits in L. F.
holds out.
'r..ij.a allia a, IP t ,di d.tance t .flIhe aoien
io abi tilteen iLles-llie crilizens- .-f tile
place ot' 11i'.rn' -is i ym, t1-e s'iohin-r se.1
'brewes whith luo.i` ii dlirir Iravel the se-
'eritv %% ilcli is e.ixperienred ait .lickmiU ivilim
"a" Paai' tistine. The re1r olf the t'uIi
is tirld lbv lii1 ell-evafifins- ineand m irrm
rivulets-'a ilhi |leaiitig prji)S~ecls and unin'
te rr ii 1lted*retlrefilj. ',
There a e 1%%o ste.'i id urs wlik' li arrive
iweekflyale iuace train Slvanniahr, 'one-
cai rm ie'Uli4e 1 S rm.IJ-al-. ia zinuiJI stea-
er llia' ivys %%ellv kW lie Mliiieral Sprinrs '
on Jt'a r ionr--e.
A U.; nSail *t l.'Ive< once n..week
for Tapilia Bay vi.a 1-irt KioLr.
1T. \1VrMA N, repa iet.,r.