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Title: The neutral
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 Material Information
Title: The neutral
Uniform Title: neutral
Neutral (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
French
Publisher: F. Pindar & Co
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 1848
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: French -- Florida -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Language: In English and French.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Dec. 28, 1847 issue.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1848.
General Note: "A weekly literary family journal."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 8 (Feb. 15, 1848).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076102
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09716510
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" E&GflfAVINO. I. : E TnAL OqT KESPECTFUt IN RELIGIONS, VIGILANT *IN BUSINESS I AM WITH ,ALL AND ron-ALL. request you will entnist me : ,! .

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" .FO'II tt' ftb..Qrcn'" Ul1itrd .;. I .
il...t'"uh .mmhfr. .will! tonum Tbirtj 4 wo I" I the unparaleled jewels11 Melted ' ,
.rrbt- -- oa 'a.M pt"r....iih P4!. n din ,lilSCELLANEOlJS, i hen (o1J'edtbe ..per over tbe for- j as it is our privilege, tp arouse Stepping into 'a bat ohop, by the flattering I .J
.n PEKuyVT'M ... ...... ...... ,.... , I complimcnt'she I .
';,..;,tlllI} *, at O.NE DOLLAR" ._, ",v ." I- head, runu'iig the fold between the them to a proper sensti' of their Pat gave the attendant the regular did not basitate and I I
.) berag undoubtedly: ,.: 'MES EnJM. f two lines with exactness (nnd the wri.. .. v
, ;II arE-fPES'l' !JQ.JU." Vfe copy.the i following letter /from ting was not straight but running'dta* duties on this point* military' salute
the o i"',tlli froni the It-ft Therefore oe it Resolved. to yer honor."Buenos . lets "
II tt'd i. ltf' .ntt iLe,Mobile Herald. and Tri Dne:. : gonally superior corner I ,. .
Slates: >, *hw piecing rt .hlhiniM 1MJi : the inferior and then I. crisis has diaa sefior' '
nsttd towaids i right) $t That as a arrhcd replied Also! she soon repented her
Erothw tike* an ia : No btutracquunted I
of trcry *>o ; QItNTLI: ENO :one is: 1
. tbe principle *..d*oate. ,r ','s.*'* ihn y.6ular'ilh, the most. read with liUle hesitation the ",upper in our matrimonial affairs the shopman blind confidence and heard I _
line bhe rend the words 'Ala-
Aiv' w fanrai fry p thorough ntipaty enter ' prompt i nothing more bracelet, '
baina 'William and several others. i
will ,
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.'"/,xvor *!ub tl'l the'rM"r.I.tU l <<>1'1 ar.tiL U..ftt 1r'1 lathed wards the, a. )knowledgmfntcfthetruih ) The! word "constitution1 (print*.d) being 'energetic action, we will endeavor inquired Pat. ,till the next morning, when an I J: w. | i

..ill bw.ird us ten jmbacribett, (end.'. i t of fiighet. heUdmena of handed tp her she rraJ lition, readily to meet it with our hearty 'N 0 entiendo. senor, was the exempt of the, police begging. "t .
f 10t)fe* will be raJUlfcd! tod the Lodg,ruFSmensm, j&:. lnp !"ktng! of die Restitution .*
fans n AfterHards ,
rermbef, ettfc IP I. "' Slid jsvas. co-operation, I' ,answer. to admitted and her poli-taJjf. r.-.fi. ;: - ..- '-'
,,1 t rhicb he w corf scirftce at f.if i as relates to, : .' :, :.
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except '
cnt on all mOMis : : ivKroCod that if was not so, Resolved That "Divil bit does tbe man .. to.r
rr-1a.: .rt.cnt14 per ,tftj mete production ojf the cataleptic: : ihit lth6uohvith hesita 2nd. our a for trusting valuable a'trkk-i,, ,rt, ;
OIIU rmd cotrec<
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.Itf.lt'C'Udr... ( t. iJ:). : I IrL.utKW' [or omnrnbujit: 'Ute,|>U,.,profe fsu't.l tion. A painphl't was handed to her opinion, it is highly important I understand his own tongue!let in the hands of a stranger* f '

( p RYAit'PaWlillt 1::3 O or he }ttrtrS rtlY.< ppiuiousexpre ,, tll iheobser-td.tne wr.p'pef was green that we should use our united' I say. bablas Espagnol!' j'"But madam added he 'the, f-

'l fHlJD., !. ." r. .. !'gt".n ral1)r bru l sjed, according1, !and slam iug) it aside pettishly said" efforts in securing to each other "Si seftpr.' I rogue is taken up, and !here "
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.. ,' \ t f'ran' ?1& hutn1 person>ug, t '" nl niauuahirlatins ,. I don't like" T'Jie Anything' title ofth about orgmal.matter" is partners in whom we may 11 Will, thin, have you any hat is a letter from the lieutenant : I' .

nopt n f'.TsE TntlD L E. j I.. ,",hpnrst dupes,' .p6tS: !I"1I pamphlet confide our future prospers tos1. de police, wbich will cxplaior :
,. .............. Treatise on Original Matter and laws, : "
', j I wth bandages:; o'pr their mental.eyes I by Tra&Kiurj1 ity. "No entiendo Inglis senor. tbe whole.' J The letter was" I
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: thicker. than. that the dft'Vfranicwears 1 I The mistake in the realms ,is such Resolved, 3d. That in thus "Ah, you don't understand indeed, signed "De Crone,' I'

., IIESTFRX. COAT/ATA. .T. la .1 ten over her pBysicaf:there\!:, Dutcavihg is much:as rny petulint petwn wouU be apto selecting suitors for each other English is it! O, the poor ignorant -. and contained a request thaP 1' : : '
A S /ffmityfiW! Brrrrf (Jl.> / since OIJ"incf'd..t commit ,
by a rurJorygbnce. ,
toefttvtttl in politics andrthgtt more in ibephtnortiena of clairvoyance i iilhu j With an enormous quantity of dough we will not be found in ops crathbr, I must try him the lady wourd.repart at f2o'clock : 'i

*-, .. "'.)..' :! was eter dreamed of in my philosopny over her fjes tho read many other}! position one with another. I a ain. I say, miitoer; hablasi to the oill.ce"and in the 1 J JI 11

EOtTEDllT' and liich camoi I bvliete I pipers printlcd or wtten, without e\er Resolved, 4th. That we"I Espagnol mean time to deliver to tfce : ,
WILLIAM T. THOMPSON. accounted! fur trick\ of i I
,be by mere ; .
aiiy I having wrought one scrap of(paper: below have come to the determination Si senor.. 'I exempt the other oracflet that ,:
Major Jo,. I txithhold
Kale tfartieUenl jtg lery, can no longer
United by rny
thwbandaffe. I '
Jaw. of Pinetille. ''ndkes'irn: I expect' all who nave not While reading one of ihe papers, henceforth, whan: young men Si' and be d....d till ye. Have' it migHt be compared with the : 'f

ERN CONTINENT hit eRe!i had tbe tame evidence or hare regarded she excluded Doctor; why are you make their visits frequent, to you any these hattos! and taking first, then in his band, that l' ,:; -

TUE't.' .U tie: obaltdr incwIenUl! tots lhat evidence as less worthy' of beilirfthan ,pulling at that piece of dough We ask thenY of their business, and off his weather-beaten be might have sufficient proof I J Jto

the"tlf tUf** of newp prf enterpnar. *, '. I.d?. will be reaiy to, place. tlun d.rQuncld one of the company if theiftutcntionsnre not serious palm leaf shook it in the face of commit the sharper. So .; -
tM .Mi trorapb nUj o nome them. Weipfrttolit ;me jo one ..f the categories m uhicliheretofore '
hbd a small Inmp t>f doQ!>h in Jiij ''"" .
I the Mexican
them much attention from the chief
t out rlff trtl brUig tUft to In 1 hate placed tliebelieier to reject 11 I't
rnbrr the for the I ; hanj p111 'i Ig with it. Does dough ..... t
lfoiT ear Sub Ptttptctitt Ah si somtrero. filled her
classed Resolved are senor
third Votame, hlth we fnttf upon With i I ejxpect J by mnnytob ; as'a when kuefldeil any audible sound 5/A That we magistrate gratitude .
ery prn;prct of Bterttred nwfalnttl and{cheat, or a r tQ'. I sh ill.urge no objHion -* The doctor afterwards rooting, liis pained to see our young men I ax your pradon-sombrero isit which she expressed in the i ... )
cnunocd pro prn'jr. h bu brtn-lbe dt-1 to one cr the oik *r cla sificatiOtixi select / it' that did'nt understand the !: 1
another
place .wrstokftiby person going to other places to tne liveliest terms, bestowing
.!<,,,of the pfopnelbr ol"the Conllltf fit to far .- .. a simple staterri 'nt of what 1 -
anhbn mde*< *ith t Family Journal, in I saw,!pt If I have been .duped,'thtn hathecou Who is tbi* gentleman with black partners and leave so many fair my .own mither's tongue-the. greatest praise on the vigilance ;.
entf wij kcefptable to tM Soulhrrn: public whiskers and beard sprinkled withgre7' shame till me." of tbe which in .. f !
With ihtf viw tiehaitaimU'Dnliq' hit pa'h -I !! :on "betn with beings other sne inquired. ones here. more police, no. i

'1H tt...ftttbf''I'I'' tta\"dud oflit "J n I,,"<< than those of fith aod<2 blood.i .- She the 1 became latigurd the,ban> Resolved 6th. LOST on STOLEN--"-- country was so vigilant as 'in .I.. 'I
m.y-r, rtln,tct- deceitful Rtitement*,I i i Now for my story It Has agrtedon the Paris. In fine after .
with the his
..!dlf"utJ ariifir !, and ad captaodum, :Jagts uken otf That we wilt use privilege of ceaseless ordering I. !
By a system
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K.!su n M moch iq vofroe .nh certain epf -I :Monday, insL, betweenstilrrat completely [[closed thought: she failed leap allows. up a dish of chocolate for the ( :
", enl I ""blM'allQa' of ihe diy preferring ijrntlemrn: to procure if possi to road eulire words, fcheluld the pos year depredation during some years she ; I
14 rwt tM rlim.i to Popular ffl or: opuu the bit- ,a pnr .te eiammainnofthe power>> ition of'devisralofthe letteis entering To poor neglected maids to past the undersigned has lost exempt, put the other i- .
ant ''a9ft"" U of his Journal He hn I of (the clairvoyant.' Miss Martha, and the of the' words seek their spouse. bracelete in his hand.. They .. .
.\ be into composition: the foliowingitems.of property
ot.d"1 with ad the Kfliljr
****.*. erwr er poed epcrtes nf' Sonil Panalaiin pos,I \YedntsJay the 9ths appointed '.I tfxanui!cd h r rnintilely from first Resolved, 1th, That the viz: parted but it was forever-this :. i

irom. tnr idle rererie*of drttmmp Panrnsm, I' si: happened, bo ''evrr that the M last, Ml the pulse observed the proceedings of this meeting be pretended exempt proving neither "I' j
< b.. d.n;.ruus macbination .f Abolition- rrotvd was at) great in the lady'sroom and to the An unencumbered estate.A .
. On be her breathing rxp-rssion very published in the 'State Guard more nor less than the. f
< 'n iiid A Jf'IIn.q. ni contrary afthe! \Va\erly House that thfxltbitic when she bein df'n1e aneriardopf'tH.d vigorous cons tution. t
rit ,
?. rTKlnrorrd mail O'.rt at>of hie pa. n was Jinjthiii* but satiafaolory mom On motion of 1\tiss-the worthy associate of the QUtttl's'hold ,
iwnlcala. tke Purrtl Morality and her1 eye?, and -.111 lure forth A fair moral character. .
.pr 1 '4tir f Pitnnuwn.: I*, fmrtuinjr tlUt ur6t ti. the scurtiea. 1 rhe tint day ertoobser B rrgardlng. her ie.' if she. meeting then adjourned* A good standing.in society messenger, .
eoctfatitcrrd ik of tBe ea. wasi tbetefore, filed tijjon a secom1rutlj. "- .:. ..
the rff'ct -
r M* le.ot-poeHton uas ihe ii most 1118SCh mn. -- --" ---
_. 1IU1K\.bhe.nd the ,t"M'ill' the bdy pleaded acting p ,., An active wh sdthful con- - -. --- ., .
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: but; mUD artiste I hnTr rr r, had the good' foi' : ''''-* How TO MAKE HOME HApr : :
,.We on the ttbtr Land, be IM*receive*) the through her mother indi po iiinnI'he Miss s, Sec'ry; scieuce.
ancll'bet.l of tbei tune to ineiri Nature is most indasrious in '
on1.. aJli"'obtthftl "ppott ; octi p was allowed; chucklmglv, sJlhfieJ : Stale Guard. And immortal l soul. -i .
'\r tmul, J"'tiu'it and discerning pobie: 1 am and DOW nccotdmg an her domains and t
adorning
i... the > .> ort by the srepties. and another hour promised .: that if the ; man i I _
1 \Vertt-rn Cnntmrat only ai et \ to our previous bltga n --- -- Also at the same time, or
,>i. ,:t.- *, h ch il duo-'" to the advocacy >r t'jbe find by rs Loom trick should be detected would E to whom this bounty is addressed I :
>"iI.t. tti!rru Mid "trticatn.i of but ill should} obey .. .
.*. "* .. Wtlti e tbe Edh r hn never In.| i publish theimposture, \ "
u.'a ef 1 th >f"!! 'mieretU, or filtered ic dnveriedt I would frankly cnhfefsit The multitude think that to wife,. children and friends.It son. Let him too be industrious

*H er of 'h.e nght" be b a.never ...antonjy behold fife uncompromising sceptics I Into :you this pl< 1 iMiilfd' in ilJU'ff'1lt. of other .ections, or and two almost believeffi asftmbted tale, I did UiOpe and would have been I his mind a given amount of were feloniously abstracted ; .
,'tW1.od 1 Ow fe.linf of those who bonett lyt at die'arerly House. We chose hate in making his home, the dwelling
thn ta
utilmgiA\ I had cents,
.\$t with bnn my opinion n wager .!\ '..
be candid, every one! is: determined the result jwojld ha** been,c iflVrent, with words. No wonder a gang fellows whom he had not only convenient and comfortable -

FO* TtttWr :uW' 'rU.. to uard agmnst impostuie. As it is, feel very like'one who hasgone that they think everybody long entertained as friends,_and but pl asant Let" ,

hat mad*' ample. _arrangement fcble *, and Series rnfj'ury is the_ order or the out for wool and n'turned) shornYouts to teach. The true yid of'who are known to roam about him far
render
fb: ronreelf that e W1 be to dll\.1 I as as circumstances
rtw-Cantmeni .iill more de mtng of. the pat { Martba truly J. F .I. education is Co unfold ar.d direct 'with fair and alluring pretence will be industrious in -
,.. 'M''*:* : enters, accompanied ------- permit,
of the rnblic.Tftellt T
rr f rraJmp
| *! Department.-The \\V rn by h\" mother takes thfl mll fon. LEAP YEAR. aright our whole nature. I for the commission of similar surrounding it with pleasant: ,

'ifttinent, tlr adjr number among |ti "gottt 7 nienl seat lha.* first present itself the Its officCjUto call forth poweis :acts, their names are various objects-in within and without I -

On Anijon tr)w9 of tbe n 't popular po- it mc mei1ted by Mrs Land is then Great :Meeting of young of ihoughOiffection, will, and i such as Rum Brandy, Winete, with things that tend to make .

*.U "' ibe t1n? _hoMo cffiinoni will cpnuau* gircn; over te.the s!arching inquisition Ladies at Wetumpka. outward acrtions powers to observe I etc., and they arc known to bje
it and -
\lent\ thf ir th nnB to tt Ji colorqns, Tiii ,"u\bet utters I agreeable attractive. _
Mi JlICdhnf.Par1iul ,p .m..|U.nl b( of no theaeeplea word during the cumin (jfP.ar.'ptl| The meeting was organized to reason, to judge, ti 1 1contrh'c harbored at certain places in Let industry make home the' f

thnwapoa ihudeianment of onr piper. a'grx Miss-to the power to adopt good the city. If'any person will
abode of
Jn j>'mmmB of ample Pfoorcrs, wi M aD to say that her daughter was no in by calling neatness and order .,
fL.hle u;>farntoh out rnden w"'b| entertain >duteof| health; that *he wjs Chair, ami clectlFg Miss- counsels and to pursue.themto :aid in bringing the culprits to a place which brings satisfaction ;

'1:and Ill.true!11'.ma tt"aUUul labor in;c under a severe'.headache and Secretary of the meeting.The .- govern ourselves and influence justice, he shall be rewarded to every inmate and which .1

lDttlllfen f W* Lore Mattd might\ possibly mills every intrndcdtestThw and that ,is left of the .
the others to gain spread haps with all -
of meeting was absence draws back
ibiitmcM af a penl'cnin' lollj com. blind u applied. Of what is it object in the :
Mt.". .\tmuuft, Ih_proiltarfcalnreoTihe compose! Ufa piece of l>u )Lskincorenrij explained in a brief and appropriate p l1ess. The intellect was created .. :subscnber-i-a cup of cold water i heart by the fond associ3tions.
->'! n! whole rare it *>ill be to pive a .' I :
..'*k!i "B }Hi* ef all irrportaAt political *- frnbe ho\v down the manner by Miss.- not to receive passively a -I of comfort and content. Let ':. i..

..":. *.mwn rettrnt. nomtnationt.. action raidd!* o( th* cheekj, tlf baker's Joughotertljis I i She concluded by telling few words, dates and facts, but VAGABOND. this be done, and this sacred 1
pc-Jtte'tl! l twjt 1f'I. *!w.T* .tn4 outly STOK!--| worked and knraJol into - ---
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friends "that she he active for the acquisition: t
: m\ h!->g l*<' a partitao bus and temples I her young to V spot will become more surely .
the orVt't orcrtbe brows I TIlE DANGER OF A lTY ;
_Fefilps. aSitnif and yvrwntlc aix-Xmrncm Wew .-O for.ri into the; rahe; of Uie nrtstnl .: OVJT the I I had witnessed the relurrkof as I of truth., Education_ . should_ .. .I is account the scene of cheerfulness and .. : ..:
lin i at faePi I : The following an
ebta.U>.ng the "lw< PofeVa and Domean' whole l as applied lightly a colored j many as four Leap Years, anal I inspire a profound love of truth peace.-Ye parents who, would -\ '.
c.... and we _hall|l not fa.i1 .o prrvmt to oar India'Mk hfndkt'fchlrf. E,ery one never before in her life had and teach the process of vcstigation. I of a most ingenious stratagemplayed ha"our children happy, be
tta ns.. ccAnprvbectire an4 well digested : behrf that vision through I Itke I' off at Paris before the
il his
declir ; '
'tmm nr of bo'S, she seen the young Ladies so', A sound logic by industrious-to. bring them up .. '
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To TilE LIDtU. Collusion iiEtural: there orgin was pt was"ne, for impossible the mo".: lost to J sense of their duty, : which we mean the science revolution: late in the midst of a pleasantr. .i
the
\ Wf flffli i orly MT that tbedtptrtment de their and art which instructs us in The last time that .. ,
,ther fpeke not. and came not near the that they were permitting I cheerful nnd happy hbme.- "
cd u> Jmr HiiWii'' I and m'rrtunnwivt \isitcd the .
( n 1 he daughter uos iu wfiich short and far the trim laws of reasoning and Queen of France j
'!11 1 tnatmoe 9oder tbe mtMpempnt or mromfdisbed yi>ungUdj. time, was Waste not your time in accumulating _
&!- net t>Wd nend, Kai*HareMi part of{the room where but little light between:, to pass off without I evidence, is an 'essential l part theatre at Paris, the wife of wealth for them; j
1 *hot* jraef fal and ?"pd lf pen ha* and where there could be financier whole merit ;, 't
.!mdv rendered ih. W"pm Comment ,attonte penttrated tefraction.No their\ using and exertions to II of a1 good cducn-tions.-Chan. a ,. consis'l but plant in their, minds and '.' !1.1 \ _
d td with oor Udj reader no the She ted in heavy purse and ....
\ lor r the experiments, The ensnare young men: n"ng." souls, in the way prosposed !
\lIOt foit: *fi 'cmtinfM lo <3. orrt I ._ -- ------ tatious display of magnificence .
Ttta HvrDeroM TWpartment in whirfi prrw he .ill first thing hkndod toner over the' back bid them God speed, in this! -" i the seeds of virtue and prosper- t .
endeavor la>> amtre withwtt oftbding the I of the head 'was.b billnf the night'sexhibition rare but glorious work, and hi How Pat Taught his Bro sat alone in a box: op..1positc' ity. .

ta'( er tne nwtt fiutidtout rtadera.Dipartmtnt.Attrt.uon. cfihe Diorama' As soon ft so doing they might make the ther Soldier Spanish}.....V'Nov\ to that of her majesty _____.__ _________ _
.n.tle ..ilb !I' presented, abe made out the word She affected to make a parade
this
victims to their see honey, spak of Prussian officer _
>' raid-to the am emrnl and initnictioa of Cathedral all but the last later sat'iog young men easy: you my The servant a

the ftle,enpte" by theadiciaoJ adccjD** pfKkable "Catbt ra, alady'a tjame, 1 suppose'prhatalfuuny IJ faciuations.MSSH ing Spanish isjist the aisicst of a costly pair of Ijraceletj and, one day mft a croney who inquired of J I

matter I' name atss Cathedral", --introduced the following thing intirely especially ifyou which, at the queen now him how h got along with his raasIter. > C r

Letter mpoodent*. frea baa* "bee aahtntton* e"ft.tt4_'..Ar t"r-p'able. ,The neH.half d0zn expenmentsshe preamble and resolutions have a good knowledge of j our then cast her eye upon her, she! 'O, excellently!, answered the .

fftdrra t.f the Conunent tboronfh'T' infArnvdaBunnonantm missed, ,amoti| others ttlhng' the mither's tongue Ye see fondly supposed attracted the *' .
.. *eniFiita at Wathmjton I lime by1! a wnch. She then: refused tp wl:) |ch, were, unanimously own of her sovereign. servant: we hare: on very friendly
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TERMS Two doUi! :payable in ad !that the words! were very long and Whereas, On account of the each word *n 0, to make the iShe was, hugging herself oth r'a coats, the only difference is he l

q S Teart,Tbrea 85. Heren copie*e o lot ea 1 for nut 1 year or,1 91V copy, not English such was,tbe (act. She abjcctness of the young men illigantest Spanish in the world. |,thoughts that exceedinly flat. takes his off to bf beaten, and I keep .I _, ,
Tvelft . then read olthe jaddress of a letter bothered meself until itered her vanity, when a pesI -
otfiiea fer I year, par of our city, we have been constrained Fait it mine on. '\ -
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I : A LEGEND OF ARWISASI I LKGAU!1 : ,('NOTICESAdministrator's !P'- PR'OSPECTUS; WHOLESALE PRICES'
1 .
I 1 .1 t } } I .by.authentw{ narrative- . .': :_.R:J Ewaa-=.._ .: ffE\Y-ORLEANS. February CTIRRENT'I

: "; Notice, : The undersigned I T mg purchased the Q AVEL -
pUnblMHIWbyFl'INJJAR &. : --=Q.eI3. I c.A.R ::::--
1 :: will conunna Ui publication in ibe city '
-- GOVFIJMEST o.l Many )'f'trs' when Arkansis: TV 'OTlCi; is hereby pivrn! lo all pf r on.:1n of hudson, N. Y, It will be issued regularly < "
--1 I oTheR os ; KTKEET, lit -
d the whites and -- '---
from -
was thinly by 1terrattd, that "ix w nths alter on the first of each month, and deliveredto --=
OPPOS1TK THE
I I S .. 1VBUCsQVAa1_ : but numerous s cfr Indiana weretravtringcery '! the
. J. : - kill t an J dale in fundpursuit of MIGUEL: aUlGLCs, dteea d. pro- per annum j in advance.A -ii-.4 NavxZf __
.
PENSA'COLA ROpe; Ky giortliem S "
: \oucher for final settlement per
sent a sciounl and ,
'. r.U.SI. .; .. .. (t' I. IBIS.', of.their frightened gamp. In my to the Honorable the Judge sf Pro- MAGNIFIC1ENT. i. -. / r I . 5 .perb} 2 '71. 2'821.1
; : undulating country \va a b<}aiiti- bat for tb*County ot( Efcambia, and isk SfEFi ENGRAVING. :I BrMd, Navyp, 100L :30 350 PItch ss.Is.. 150 I.t

.' : Since rul Jake of peUictd water of small to be l1iithargt'cJ.: Pilot , . . 400 450 R. ;fn j . . ,,60 aJ
CJr;; Every thingaiust us
.
., 1 I cTrmUr from and of shallow depth JOS. QUIGLES. I* pivery with Hie October number being a I Crackers . : w SPlrltsturp'ne p gal; 40 uth&1Lti3eedpCtrgai
\ we, began the publication of this 'pa* Adnttnistiatoran I correct portrait of P. G. 8, Thomas Wiuley,i BeemfUr Yellow p.i: 21 23 Y 4rnsh brigLt. '

tper, ebqyse hare| some oppositions I The'small! body ( "ter of such! pictures . Pen94cnla ;: 29llu l'H3.-6-tf the Founjier ofthe, Order in the Brickl..Lake, p. lOOt) 350 600 g 70

; o preventtbe accompHschemqntofourdnty. : joe nppf> \ri\' has been trans. achxnumher will contain UiitedSlales/| / EnglishFire . 00 Fr.basket lt boUJ 500' 5S
- milLed hi"iii f.c om remote period, by is to all 111- eel, r'fi'itfJ on jupenorpapfr. bilks. '!Ivecasb! per gal 100
hereby givn person per! gross lIt
1 ... Few weeks)ago we thought; to iraJuion I by .he of Engh. Lake. NOTICE J>at six inonihs from and aflr( bl'll1lifnl type(- jit O.NE: DOLLAI" PEn I English, 1orter .' 100 8 Sperm 'Vinfer'. 123 1 .

\ - hare had surpassed cery d fficulty; On vts border stands a ,large \\'eethe'r.. the date liort-of, I hail ns tlwr Adminulrator" .ANNUM I, being undoubtedly I French,Wine p.100 700 : Fafl.,5 110) 1:>>

) .c :,: ., but not yet. The dckticssof. our part beaten Sycamorehos6 lop, bastedby. ; I of MARIA QUiGLES; d '(vaMl l, present THE CHEirJSST .1I.fC..1ZI."B Bran . . p. l00.c SO 0), Summu 1 IO ia: J

; er keeps us in thewe same position that \\inds or light ing I.. my accounts snd vouchei Kir final settle nenl dovotcd t. tbo Ordrr, ever published in the Coffee, Hio. . s e 61.2 6'-1 Whale, refined 5.3. i
rin": highjoveti
to the IJonoraWe iho Jinlfftof Prohalijt for United'nte: ; thus! placing! it whitlun the Ilavana.goodpr.gr. 7 8' Lardojl,11 65 '20
have) l>een umilat present. We gr reen.clump.uf branches- point the ConntVoif. Escambia,and ask to bet dis! reach of every Brother who lakes an interest inferior to mid.Java. .1 Tanners' per I bb '203 15

:I : eonfide in the be ignitr of ,wr sub distinguished 'J Jt IIg way 'off i io -the charged. jos' ainGLCsj' ) ,in the principles, vVe advocate.. I . y y . .. 10 11 Castor I 1I P gal 115 IZ

,I '* scribers that they ..ilI excuse us, and prairies. On the topmost branch ,of AdaimMlrator.Pensncola \ }Cy Any pcr tin forwrdirgthenames of LaguaYTa i a I 71-4 71.2SLDomingo. Oil C1t s ,pertor !O fJ9 !Iprovfsb'ns

continue their patr I this an Eagle bid) built her nest and Jn. 29th 1S13.--G-lf :five lIub ribcr*, (enclosing[ $3,) will he entitled . .. y 61.2' 6a.tC per bbl

. V- _, : --....-- 'nago.- r -'. : t reared ]IiTyoUtgJ I V : to the tuxjh copy gratis. If loCh; person . .-I p.C 10 Beef mCSi nonhcnII
_. ._, ._ _ wilt
4 - -- forward' us ten ptibtitiers, (enclo. jo
NO.2. . western 9
Near itm Like in'1In early day, 0 lO
t OrFewweikTsgobasbccnopen.' : he be entitled and the .
: ing SIOo) will Lodge
2'3. 1-2.bL 500
" ed lived aitribeof! Indnns who fished on Mrs. KEOGH. CoppnBraziers' p.i: 27
. ; in this city aew establishment' of which' he is a member; each to a copy '
. Sheathing , 25126 India mess t. ,
';: its bosom and hunted'on therjan gratm, and ( cent On a'.l: per
\ \Vc cnnu-tve a setter rccoinmenflation qtnei .Y1rLLr-.El': hVt'II(1 prr : moneys Prime . 400Prte
Candksper.G mess It i
had collected that
: tribe over amount.
than to f he a copy of what our :adjoining. Thechjftthe R.OA1ANA STIIEUT: Sperm-.Tew-sedford 30 32 per bit 6- G5H iB.Beef.15,5,5
daughter -the '''IJu .ding FaWn," I Addns, '(post-paid:)
. a ( 450
Nantucket 30' S'
contemporary Tkt$ Florida. Democratthe. between Palafox and Bay leu. !
the pride of his'rac yff| love of -all i, LARK W. BRYAI Pulhtker. Tallow . . s. 10 12 Cargos a a . ..
k says hi hh paper p: 9lh iost He/ hand ws sought by two bravesof nt' jc-i fully: infjrrns the Ladup? of hudson, }f. r.. Adamantine . 2.3 26 Dried'. It perJ 51. 6

SnK\-DID EsTAB.IsIutEZcT.-Mcssrs. .MM tribe every .way equal;,whose Pensjcolalliat: 1ie liaicninmrnceJlhetw Stc4rine . '. . Tonues.erdo 750 i -
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fonzalcx & Gomjz have opened anew terlt'-_ were Hntd wih scalps, and :, ,Eii1T4IrflY nUSISESS ; age.erC Pork Ce! r: per bb g' .

. Billiard Saloon. on Talafox street 'whoseias... of prowTsa furmed' the t/i various' branches, ZSOSI'1CTtS' '" ......OF-TUB"""" THIRD'"....,OLCME.' Manilla . . 16 17 Mcs.sss11,1.. 0MO. ;) 91!1
111-2 .. . . .
Tai-red, American n It p 9
betweeij GDI ermMt and Intendentia' war chant and mingled in the glad
and will be thankful fcr favor bes-
'TIlEU'ESTER
any Ruaia . . . Prime .sss. 100 725
., tu a style l pf qleganco unequalled by Miout of ictory. '1 towed tipon her.' She has: acqtiiretj a CONTINENT. CornMeal . rer bbl 2 121.2 Po--f-.i .

any establishment cfihe kind jn the Unwilling to offend eiiherbysb w- thorough knowledge of he art fIr making Cotsl. Cannel per lon Hog round perJ I 314Bacoo

t ':itj-. The popularity of the proprie-I jOg a: prefuen; ..e.and equally averse tocancuitingthe.wbishfs STUAV\,BONNETS in Europe, and A Southern family. Neutral ntwtpapernf thelargestsizc. Western per bbl GO IIam peLt 5 IIdoo
of the fain in politics and CiJer Northe.rn bb! 300 800 canvased 7 18
iirs will insure them extensive- has carrir-i lt! on the business in Eng. p.
: an. part, :Maiden' the stern old chi. fiain de- land: and/ Irelurrl. and in the cities of -religion.. CDrh, V"let p.lOOO 150 273 Sides. g ss5' s 3!3-4 1-4 U-!
I would bf' tow "her IDtTr.n BY Ducic,Russia.-p.bolttlOO 00O Shoulders s I 33
dared thatjie or
New York Charleston and St.
-- -- AugUStine 600 Lard 4,14 614Butter43oshen
. 1200 !
; WILLIAM T. THOMPSON. English i .' .. : s..s.
.. rcAL t which ever of the two suiters bro ight ; arid frcirri the liberal n
900 21f
Very pat Ravens . . I. 700 I
The following h a list of the officers him a feather oh those young Eagle* ron ge bestowed upon her inlhc above Assisted; ly Kale Harebell and Mijor Jos Am, N.2alOp.yd 2') 31 f Western sS. C 'ld ISI'

attaceed le the U. S..Steamer Iris ar- The uarno: went forth on tbdi l places she fl-i:tcrs hi-reelfihat she has Jones of Pinetille. Dues, per lon Cheese, American 7 SPine

-- -. nvad here. on 'Tuesday last'from Vera errand ant \vhen airived at the 'tre'", alwij given gtneral: satiifaction milE WESTERN :' has ert Logwood, campeacJl 00 Z3 00'S1. I' Apple . -a

Ic 3 Crux. | both( their plan seemed sofeasible.that The latest!, and most approvedFASHIONB ) L countered all the: obstacles incidental 'o - Domnino1300 1400Fustic I iPotatoes, '. per' bb 130 ISo

each felt eonfi Jent attaining his object are rceularly received from to the c.IYltll ces of newspaper enterprie.urind ,Tampico 0 1000 1500 I 'Onions .. . it s 200. 225
Wm. LEWl HERNDON f Lieut. Ki which caSe the matter would has triumphantly oyrn-ome-them. We Indigo . .per.C 85 1. 5Madder. Pottr. London p. d04 250 275N
the Northern smd Eastern
\ Commanding.HENRY : citif-s- ron ratulate outrelvifs,on br-itig able to lar . . 12 15 -, zthern per bb 850 9
T. WKf ATE 1st. Lieut standas l'f'f"Accordinglr' i they (t.S'traw: Bonn' .*-cl'afI.CJ'and o7lercd before our Subscribers Ihe Piospechie fur the Eggs .. perbbll0 00 1200 .Nortem Ale 'r. II. Still 35!> '
: dflt-rmmea at once on an appeal to to any style. Silk Bonnet f made third VoJumo; vhich wry enter irpon with Flour per tbl' flc; ,.Cijoliaa 'per.C nSpices

. Wm. B.: SINCL .R'.Passed Assist- .irras-th<* victor carryingofi the spoils to order. every pro'irx-it of,ncreued mcfolnes and Ohio, &c. superfine 4 75 4 H71- Cassia "perl 33-tJ 2!

Surgeon. .. j' they armed only with knive-so QrJer.j l .11.0-3.. 2if continued pro
: FRED. B. BRANiD Acting Master" ed by their cluef oil their set out.fiowlongthey -.-:....- -- -. - .. of the' proprietor ol (the Continent! to fur- SLLoUNIity.55. 500 5Et ; Ginger. race :. .. ,71Ground.Q -
r nish his readers with a Family Joti-nal in IU..
38'7140(1( I
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Sour
TIt II. ( fought none can: know. i.
FARON I
ihief Engincr f z If 11MEDICINES every way acceptable to the Southern public Feat1ers . .. perl: 5 .2$, _Nutmeos.ts.a, 100
THEOD. ZELEli 1st. Assist do, Days elapsed and thf'yrElu'rnc, : imtjto] ,With thir view, he has mamta'ned in hiil; paper .Plazzed . tierce 77: 'h30 :Pepper .1'. . 6I1 61.

A. P. HOW !. 2d. do. : the lodge. The old chiefiuu's daughter I i ! I IU 1 the-sorting highrst standard to the deceitful literary etatemetits excellencenever Fish, J Cod.per per bo 85 WNackere1N'1p.bb1 11 I Pimento . .. . 0 It 11S'u"ar
well the ardent-dtter .
L3
knowing
850 -
JEFF. Me ROBERT Midshipman, alchpenry artifice, and ad captandam( 800 : pef ,
fi-li their lu-the .' 1. .af-t
mined natu.rfbrrltvers 700 City
1 with N02.,65 a m I
much in Certain r
hU'Rbyt so f>-
vogue '.
L. HOWARD NEWMAN\ do. ,absence bodell no good. Infornnug, 'j icmcral publications of the day, preferring N'3 . t 523 :575herring. ; I On Plantatiou ; 31havana. ft4"I

. : H. V. GRASEBECK CapL Clerk. ,none or her u-lr'numis, sbvole! atvait :I POLL to rest big claims to Popular favor UPAII the .. I per bOl 50 6.1 I , White . 7 'l

Mr. Fri ner, ( the correspondent? / night, ..;guiJed only'' by the} s'ar.1 AND nstrinaic merits of his Journal. He ha.eteaaily FruIAlmondsSoftseelt : Yellow i t i. 514 33-s 534Brciwn51,5
with ail the abilfly he 13 'I ,
; the New-Orleans Delta, who signed tautened to Uie lone in'C' love l lending oppoied, poses . per.f 12 . \
., nf Social Fanalcum( Loa Boston I.: Phi 12
:
e every uppries Har.dbell: . ., I
himself"JWS2tang''|) was tho bearer 0 1 strength to her limbs! and 'Courage to DJlj 3 ]iff18YA1111AATED from the idle reverie of dreaming Furieri'm. RaidnsMR; p.1)ox) f 210 215; I Louisiana s 81' 11

.f .., despatches brought by the Irit.- her heart. She reicned\he fata! spotan to iho dangerous! machination *f Abolition. I &: L.C. . . Clarified . 4. s 7 it
. dawn revealed to her > GEMJIXK. i-in and Aara aniflm. On the contrary. he SaIl: ,
.: informed the (\ffi1T1" that the major.Mr morning's a of hi. . . .
his endeavored in all DrpartmenU pa- tinesa kcal lID 15
: sceiie.that took from her all rl! Prunes . . Li'pl.
members of the Mexican Con. away Purest Morality ard s. -
tnmculcata the
*
: #r fromstore.1 140 141
gress have made proposals of Peace to' sire for life;.lacerating: the tendered Dr. J. BEOSNAIIAM l L ,fiie d Patriotism. Tu pursqinjr! this rousehe -Fig..Drum.perC 13 300 C SO -bi
fibres of her heart and leaving brr a has enconnlered: the opposition of th* ,n- Lemons per OOJ 250( nrsecargct. '
- Gen. Scott the substance ,of which is has received freshsitppfy 250 300 from store. ro .1Saapetrsefluedperi
blsste'dbUd-the doom of dcaf'i. She just a ions, the Btnicklmg and the time-aervmg ; Oranges . . . 8 .
tho same as proposed by. Mr. Trut in was.missrdffom the ofMOFFATT'S I whi'c' on the other hand .he harecei the GrainVeeatp.bunh g'11. 111)
.. August last to the :Mexicans fnnctioit- groupofmaindenS: cordial approbation and liberal support of ihenligh'ened Oats y . . . s 43 46 crude 0 . -
frantic with fear, thee old' nan: cilltdarpuud celebrated EATS nib, patriolic and discerning public Corntn air. pet bbl 73 eo Soapper. .
air, requiring us ''to give to Mexico him the swiftest hunters and and I/ Efrfjr Bttttrm: The Western Co rrnent 5 i. the only paper of shelled p. bash 38 46 Northern. EXl'No.:]i 6 1

some millions o1doUars, to enable ii&lencd. nay flew to the Lake, for (the Dr. HIBBARD'S. Family rtlU, and itS elate which la devoted to the advocacy r fioaihern Beans to. . per bbJ 200 375' 4', No 1. . Ii.. 4131:
Salve: miercsta and vindication Of South- No 2. . . .31Sjfrils 3
these poor devils to establish govern. spirit had softly whispered ah t was Gunpowder,
. Dr. GORDON'S Family Ml: era right. While the Editor flu never loci Common. per keg 350 per gallon _
men *'so requiring a portion of our theref! ' PETER'S Wit, and LEE'S nib. sight of those (Interests' or faltered ic de- . .6oo" Brandy Cbampag; 1,7., 3
.
.
Sporting .
: \ Army to be retained in their country By the tide of ihedead bodies ol her Also a fresn supply of Family .Tledtti puce of those rights he has never wanton GlaSs, box, 00 i ftAmeriean8xlO BordeauX .'. s 1 SO 2

for the purpose ofprotectmg their gov. lovers;; lay the "Bounding Fawn," Her f;which he sells at the iMaUitt proft I ly asMiled the interests of other sections, orolTsnd'.d .r p. . 175 200.10x12. Amllicaq.!! . : i 31
Cut from her aide for Cash. _JldHce, Gratis at his ( the feelings of those. who hone,(lty' 1.
ernment yet to befestabliseed. ifelesj! blood ooziNg ,, differ with him in . 200 25012x18. liin,HolandJ: s I 110,
0 and a knife red with the crimson flow, Drug Store,Palafox Street, Pensacola. opinion. '. 2752; t. Aifterlcan. .. 40

BACHELORS.. firmly grasped in her hand She had hfenp, Western p ton Rum., Jaoaaica. 1121- .

r - A !bill htt been. introduced into the >erished by her own_ acts I And her ALL '-ALL GOOD I III I FOR THE NEW YEAR. Water-roted. . New England. 32 3tWhiKe 3.1
JiEW We hate made ample and 11500 12000 Z-cwQriearie. ro
arrangement Dew-rotted. .
gentle had winged it flight to the I
New York Legiilaturc, to levy an annual ; sprit latter ouraelf that we shall be atil'. to render E.facked.154J00 ,Rectified ID :t

'- ,' tax of $7 on every bachelor between , burning grounds of h.r tribe, to join DRY GOODS. the Continent still more deserving of the patronage Hat . i pet tonl300 9 00Hi Common . 26 2t
\ hose from whom fate had so wildly of the reading public. ; Alcohol . s . 00To 8!
r. pert "
k the agrsJi 28 and 56, The GROCERIES WINES &. .
andJ artully) separated her.: E. H. Q. Poetical Department.TheVestsrn WI &1'4exican Bin' 7 1. tr a tJ perZChoice
following is'one jf Us singular proristoes. . ---""-- CornfrTie t1f BJlJ4LE.,. 1IId Continent already numbers among ita regv. Dry sailed Mexican k Segar U 6 1f .

.a L'.B.\-DEJOt7Z.f St,Pe,,. .l& Jar contributors some of the mOst popular poV! Wetsaultcd . 3 5 Fine . . . . 41- 51Fair.
: "' I' SNARLING."-If we ,would enjoy ell of the day, n hose efiuaiona will cootinrfe Dry country..f . 5 6 ; . . . 31. 41

: .1 - ,..,. *5ec, 3 Crery; unmarried wbii'cij ourselves we must take the worldus : undersigned ba.juit opened new Store 10 lend their charms to Ita coljmns. I i lrem pig . pet ton 30 00)( i33 00 Commol ; : . 21 3

,
: mI1. uneonvjued: a come, oC 'good itis, mixed up with a thousand of Dry Good, Groceries,WIneg, etc. T ellant.-Particotar oains will mfl be c. ofry bar;. perC 41.2i 'Inferior- (-'. . 11-- 2
spots of sunshine-a cold here. and lie best received tale bestowed upon this department of onfpaper.' English .perton8OOSwedea 85 ToZW.perJE 7 7
lattljf to atWhnletile
quality s
.
health and fair
: i proportion, In of shall! 40 1
possession
j physical: here- bright sky-a storm to-day ample resource v e assorted. 10000 Tkri.IrnperiaFpsrjE
and RI-ta.d, at the lowell price.All be able to furnwh reader witn eGtertaiing |.
our 33
and who is between, the age uf26and calm Io-nouo --lhe chill, piercing Hoop..5.per.L 6 612Sheet. Gunpower . . 1t
Order for the above Article will and instructive matter. 1
. . .. 20
5 51-. Upon
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56 ra..h..l1 be deemed an old bach uinlsof autura and the bland reviving 0
re -
I pill> up at the shcrteat. iwUe. Political Intel leuu.-'Ve have secured NailRods. . . 5 612a3ings Young Hyson 15
., e I or.. I IWidowera I 'I\.' air of summer We thoutft realize, P. AYMARD.; the services of a gentleman fully eom- Americau 3 4 Hyson skin aiv. .w :,
too that we arc surrounded individuals patent to manage thu peculiar feitnre of the *' 20 1
oy Lumber Pouchoug . .
of over two -. Pentocola 27 Dee. 1847. ,lard pricesBdspsnewpMfi2500
c ,. .-,. yearsstanding of different dispositions and Continent, whose rare it will be to riveweekly a 00 mw*., ; -
4''; coma inder its provisions and take the asthey synopsis of all important political eents. 1000 1600 Madefra'erga11or 100 5
character mass .
: .. : election returns, nominations actionof -yellow . s
-- .'.*o. i . are and'not ..s we fancy they ought to political bodies, always,stud'ously: ; avoid _.-:c press. . 1700 200 Imitation 45 50Teneriff'e.
1
A' bill "nsin4iucedinto the )Kentacky be.We moat look up to heaven ingratitude ling anything like a partrzan bias Staves p C per 120( 30 00 iS jwohhdc . i 75 75Ma1agSweet.5 8J
25 Madeira. .
-
r. for what we enjoy and not t- Foreign. and Domestic News.-Our 00 00 Sicily t -
house of : 25 50
Representatives, a 00 3800
1 French but ,
censure,God for what he has nut gran polities aflbrds us uncommon facilities for 50 S
; 1 and referred select Foreign and Domestic W 0 head in 2'J 00 00 Dry* >.v.
to
I foru'ight a U.s.OLY obtaining' the latest
ago t tClaretRordp.cask
: 211
ted., Then shall we cease fretting, 3 PortYr 45
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a News, and we shall not(ail! ,present to our Ltal, Big. per l00i: 370414 v -
I - committee, "to "levy. a spe i6e ax on and.not before ICthue'is one character readers comprehensive))and well eiigeattd 1 Bar. . . pcr 41-2 l750 0
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old bachelors ovej I thirty years ,of age, on this earth, which deserves the \ M fA l ummary' of botV Sheet . y . f 6. 61.2 per case. 200 QII 8.
fool than m, Lime Western bbl Marseilles percasi 1550
pf.the more ,
he the appellation To LADIES.We p
proceeds to be applied to *up THE Catalonia cast 1606 1(1(
.. another, it musfbe the person who Prom PEN8ACOL.A to )IOUILEVla need only say that the department de. _Thonastou.5. 115 r30 per S
port indigent! I widows. and orphans. continually frets and snarls and never Greenwood. and Blakeley. voted to their Mificat'on and entertainment Camden ss.sss 100 ',.- per: gallor 600 30 II
doi
-----+--- --- of lolauts. galloeIn Champagne p. ,
will continue under tne management earacrjompliahed per
-. moment of while surrounded ten Pittance
sees
14 mtln
.ubinttog't"orrupondent. peace and te1\tedriend, Katit Harebell the CitT . . 20 21112Op'IarItition Wool, Mex. per lOO
'. .' .:) the Bal: more Sun says that the authortti with e\terythingtl please !and than by HalPt Landing* whose graceful and sprigbxlf pen has \ 16 18 American p. It 18 .

.-I : !s there are i in daily expectation instruct. already rendered the Western Continent a, Nails, 4d a 20d per L' 43-4.. 5 \
decided favorite with oar lady readerg. f
ratified treaty ft em Mexico-showing

( ,,' ... I. , tht what has bf-&ft done in Mi.o t on, : $500 REWARD. This Unc i 19 stacked with new nine pasaen- ,the Major Humorous Jones wilt Department continue Jo in which preside he pros will

: oar aide has! been done with rhe'know- gerCoachea, Troy built )' good four ho/tc the -
.. Will be paid by the Mayor ,,(Pen. endeavor to amuse without offending
: ledge of 'the -government.; sacoaforhe: apprehension & con. teams, and tkiful ahd accomodatmg driven taste of the most fastidious readers. C. WINTERS - HENIIYHYEB,

The same eitrr that Gen. Scott was victton of,on*-or more incendiaries Leave PvnsacoU daily at 5 o'clock P. M.Ollice Juvenile Department.-Attention will Cofie House. Dry Goods Store, __
., to be [in Washington within, be the amusement and instruction ol
rjcpectcd Jenka Hotel. paid to Palafox "corner cilntendc9 r
at
whom he'believes are now in this city seleclt of Palafox a.t.between Gov mentl+ImesdwUJ.j
; u'
mouths the little people, fcy judicwua
-.' : -- two- '--- -. -- .., .,-, : .. F. E deLARUA Leave, Mobile daily;' at 2 o'dlock P. M. suitable matter JERRISO5T '..4P.. GONZAL.E8" CSV

: IMuxaTy.-The Mayor. Office at Mansion Home -- Billiard Room,
CnLotoroRM Fog Letters from Washtngtofl.-Ae able Dry Good.,Hardware, & Grocery -
Rochester Advertiser reports a ret'entIf P.rntacola, Jan. 3d 1848. correspondent has been engaged to keep the PaUfox oppoirte the Sqnar _
Comer of Government& Palafox at,
FARE.FIVE DOLLARS. readers *.f the Continent thoroughly informedof -
< application of chloroform: to ,lady jos. LO Liana (;C.
alt movements Washington -
-
. afflicted withi1sanitv. She was NEW OOPS.One J.CONZALCS& Co. "' aPeneacola important PATTERON1AVERY,
; prectly '1 during the sessions of Congress. Fancy, Boot and Shoe Ualst
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-. / franthc'and all preiouIauem, id- Dry Good Store, On Intendentia Street: ,oppoaiutj*
., i: f rie* for Goods, and no deviation. 27 Dee. 1847. TERMS Two. dollars, payable in
pts to soother make her sleep bad I vance. Three copies for 1 year, or 1 copy Palafox. at,opposite the Square. IIP. -PMSaSl1I JIMn'r.

t- :, ailed In one minute ifter.the tub ala. WINTER CLOTHINGS. -- : D.I.JJ3NKS. :3 years, *5- Seven copies for 1 year, S10 i dfi LA RUA- *4: 'A.H. HUXTAK,
lion chloroform she was in tranquil 1 Twelve copies for. 1ear.a 15.
,, Hote and CoBa Home,
slumber, no continued about half ar I B. F. MAG EG has juct received a large I A hderal discount will ha allowed to Postmasters Clothing Store, and Pu Auctioneer.. Painter& Glazier

hour and then awoke, compaiaavelitnlm. selected -.ioc of Dry and Fancy Good. I .Corner of lafbx k. Romana at. who will do us the. favor to act as Palafozst opposite the Square, Palafox at,nun_B eaoerat JJ*|

q / : Chloroform baa a150' been-ad.. for this season, to which he invites the attn- W. B. DAVIS,: agent. for the Continent.AllCommunicationsto JOHN HONACKER, 'F.ROBE

mistered recently) with rntire sue-'.. twn-of ihe.p bJic.I . , PenaacoU Wbarlingei, Editor Western he Continent a&lresatd, (peat Family Grocery, I Dry Good>aodGroctrt'*
) to
paid
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:' -, 4 -cess (for tetsnt'.nrloccjaw.-Macor. : I Pent 'cok.,27 Dee, 1847- Palafox st'opPolit'e at,Vullea ih.Store Makat House, Saltimorf; Md. Corner Bajlen &Zaragoia it,' G'7"htOP4 .
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:$" 1 Sa'resp jnsabililS.'p'ersonnelle: ,' tl aurait j remris du goulet extrcmo sud forme plate, 6vade, dun quart d. : P;w'. < - -' :I : t",J,

'1 j.jgt.5 ee s i, a pane gouvernement\ :meii-,de'labaiedu, Corpus:Chnsil; clio sourra pouce environ d'ePaisseur, et de trois .. 4rT. 5d. CHARITE..>- 4-a ' aA

F. t-lSU.\R.Iot\ Ca cain d s"ealerti'nterettoutlndiqusitqu'il ; Ie long du milieu de cette bait et pied de dtametre. Quelques-uns de >It" -. .

.-l'ln.lI. ; par, .. serajtsanctionnelc: urlandemain du milieu de Rio Noe es Jusqu. ('ex. ccs vases 'Itaient entoures d'un fort ; '; ;. .

"tOGurHIE arKtyonuu.'q }Y FACE cu Ie jour suirNptt! par une forte ma.- tr mite :la 'plus meridionals de ia la- cere ire de fen et si fort que le raarteaa ; i Danniz, rkdez t ._'-r i; .
ruc& I
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-- I. L* j6nte du, Congre / gune de]las YonU; de 14 elle courra ne put le casser qn'a TendroKoQ? ii a- Kfurttelapru. ', ,. 1:' !I.: 'I ,;

PEi NSAC'OLA-- Quant au: termes du traite, les seules duest l franc jusqu'au milieu de ,Rio valt die soud Elusieun 6talent ens V..Ih.1'. ""f q.;,, :x;$ i c

.""cor 't FBI.Rr" liUS. dont fasse mention Ie Picayone, Puefco, puis e'le! remontera celte* cviere tiers d'autres taient brises ou uses. ,T .
auvres et raalheureux: qui i vivez : -
parmi Woos,
sc n 1. I parson milieu jusqu'au parallelede Une'oouleur rougeitre quo le temps 'I ,
Encore en retard, taujours en retard i:L'abandon I |laux Etats.Unis par!, latitude qui se tTouve! a six mlllesgeographiques aviat fait disparaitre, se voyait au Enfans sans one mere, et 'meres sans e"poux, tt'I I .

_Voilm ce qn\m dtraa rappanun ie Metrque, moyeqnant un indemnije,1 au nord du fort de Paso fond. Chaqun d'eux pouvait contenir Your too infortunes+ qai Hpandez: des pleura : *, 1 I t

de ceaefemllc: oila Its dent ensure ac- ins;ni ante comp.rativement a celle i I del Forte' cur le Rio Grande; de li vingt galons. Ea passant '!aa milieu du fleave do douleurs .

'-usauons puttees aujotird'fani demand! e lors des !conferences de Ta-. el'e courra'a 1'ouest lur ce m me paralldlejusqu'A Avec restes humains trouva '
ces on Et dont la fable voix, oub'iee, craintive -
Nous le saY ons dejatij.ancc ,
journal. '
no-re cubayii, de Rio-Grande comme front eon point d'intexsecqtioq trois conques marines, et nos lec- :t, '.,
THUS quoi y fake . Mais Croit ne pas eveiller un echo our la rive c"
des territ ires du Nouveau ,
: iere, <:t a\ec 1'angla sud-ouest du' Nouveau tours savent que ce coquilliage eat e. '
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(.us ue *us im pAl ntez pas ? et de la Hate Califoniie.i Ne . Un Ln' .
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calmer Mexiqae ; Meiique, de l Id elle remonteraau nord tranger aux: eaux' du Canada. ,C& et pleurez: pas ange i ici-bas tend la .

't.1 101:joars mieux lard que jamaiset 1 1C i 2a. L'obligatioiipnse par lee Eta, lelongdeta frontiere occylqntale.decet ; l la l il y avail : des chapelets dont lea Au malheureux qui' souffre, 4 celui qui a (aim: t .

r ufe e? oe era reut- tre pas tout vrai:Uois de conserver un corps de douze- Elajt josqu'au point intersection grains n'etaient ni do corail, ni de ver- '
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( gilt vous drtes- our refari mais,milie orn.meau Jlexlquepoury. rem- ,'nee 1'une des branches de Rio Gila; re, ni de jtorcelaine, mais de petits I Sir souvent: 'lace! par la halre du monde m:, '
,11 ,r frtf. T*.,j *rs fli ; :pUt c rtalns.devo rs,_ et de retirer le de la elle descendra par le milieu de coquillages troues et des mimes con- .
nous: Votre cceur plein d'amour, dliarailite profonde ,
la
admetant premiere e.t
en 'resta.nl'de ( brancbe de cette miere
;i" larm e. cette jus- trees I Its On trouvaaussiunebacbede .
que conques. .
biers nier la seconde de ces i ' .Laisse echapper un cri de o'e'daia pour nos jolts :. ;, ,
n"U" Dd4ade de qu'd soi ffnbouchore dansle Rio Colorado
p't ; :! Le son cote., DC dit,rieq. fer rong e par la rouille
j cow'WllS, Now onions bier ad-:positi14.uant I aax < nd lions<<; du trait,! ; fl c la elle:descendra ou remon-j' Tous ces ossementst petits.meub- Tandis-que; Ie malheur comme an. oiseau. de proie ':
nounen .
ete, 't
rnrtu lee nows avons etque maiil ajoulequs :'apfls 1&tene r des sera par le pilieif: de cotta riviere,' lea et coo ornements etaient symetrixquernent' Semble, toujoura: seller aupres de aa rictime; >: 'n'
retard de quelqnes jours3am 1 .
j nunes '!aT's 4. ..s V. attitude {ainsi qujeje; ;.i1'tte ecnerra jqsqu'au Same #tcndus des 'de '
de fielre'Journal, (' stirs peaax e Famrres, aoo&e euClir. r ootwk Join _.t un eriasir :Y. ...
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1* publication desqdeh il a'plerne confiance, la :pair :degre de latitude nord, et de la tofu castor privies de leur poii par bumi : 7
devraitetn! regaCdre et pour 1' Et none n'avon jamais, aa revel domatiD'; :Tt" :
rur; die\ .. elle ii-l rOceanPacifique :
de cone fault, aural et definite. went conclue en cbiirra ouest/ranC\ jusqu dite; mais le pal chemin trait rest! a .

\,; 'Uv dtwnlper on pea on fail d'ur- trc Mj:. Trist et lescommtssaircs* mexi.. !peu pros,entier. Vu votre ange aa chevet pour nous tendre la maim" ? ;

'I' } r-MuitmiK. cemrne Fain t Par o trait des frontieres, lea Elate Ce soin apporte par ces naturels i

: :;i tf .IIr* emt chrraents can s s par, QukC M. soit porteur dim Unis p -e"- ntc: Matinees impre\t, commearm'asses trait j de le gouverne I 'I
souvant"dans toute nou- Freauct par lalang Po de terre comprise entre Rio.i otes contraste 6trangement avec leur Pour en gouter la fleur en emportent I' pfue! j
; men: du ; c'estce dont per- Grande et Rio Kuecei$ depuis Ie golf
Un lit de
maladie de notreSWXUP Tie rude daDs les forets. :' a Que de jeunes agneaux parcourant la prairie
IP entreprw J.a jsorjm mais ; :
\e ? ne ; que cetraits du Mex quejusqu'aux [environs imme-! d'ltres civi
I de castors! combien -
I peaux N'ontl\ trouve tout bien de rherbe flltrie ,. k -
a ate aussi une des causes priiraifS. i j] suit accept!.par le President des,diats dd Paso del .Norte, [la queUe: isss envieraient. pareil tombeaua pour que .
puis lei bau temps, dont nousa Etatsi-TJnis c'est nous fort Oh! n'enviez done ids les ptaisirs de. ce monde
. ce qui paralt t langue dc terre resterait a tout jamais .la pace! dune chambre humidt ; !
.
,m
s'trte: a faire qnelques promenades :;I sui\ant la man he uTiL avail adopteequestion pays] 'nais encore une partie de la,I j A pea: de distance de la l '-J3autr- Et slots noas cherchons in ange an front sepia .

Vai: >. "n nons observe les promen- a I'o4casion de la d'Oregoo, Hole Ci lifornie, et Ie de San Diego .
port
i y'a.I land, on a faite une test !rte Qui, boa comma le v6tre apparaisse err chemin. ,
des circonstances: 4 ,il I i consente prujet de \s .
dio,: ff'1 sent pu tie I a so mettXele qui! reviendrait de fait aux Etats semblab'e.' On a trouve de plus, useremarquabe f't4; .
',mil.'' I"1? IVxecotion des ses proprtsLbi.cauon trait* au $ nat de Washington et de Urns, si la frontiere passai} par la tote! "' .
quelques pieces e cuiv-
*. {C'est vrw; mais, si de les lui en .Ia.resonsabihtc de 1'ac- I du Gotfis de CaUfornie. I isucele ,r Sans cramte approchez-vous I pour demander 1'aumone
la forme dun tnang"e 1.1C'est
itntnades on n'en tire quelques av. ceptition bu du fe et. !' Ired" La sainte charile .ne repousse personae; ./ C
Main enant demanderons
dens
i | I" : nous a pesant chacune ou trois onces, .... ..
an'agw elle pentent $tre tolerees, Le mesaged'ou erturedeJasessioD : tons ct ix qui connaissent |ea opinions: ct one espece d'inslrument d'agricul- : the qui panchee sur Ie berceati sou rant

; c p t justeiaeat ici notre eat et pout, actuelle des cham res, et Ie message I de M. I oik,tellos qu1 it ies a exprimees Lure egalement en cuivre, qui'' a da eIre t Fait sourire la mere et console I'enfant; . .

r-ouvoss du moins vous faire un xacte ,tout! r ceqt trans is pu 11Polk ayquedeman ,depuis i c commencement r de la guerre &w6 a uric mancne en bois. .j': Seaunelle 4 1'hospice! elle veille ,la noil -
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*,+pert d" ce que en pjjpmcnant; noue4 I Senat, aveclesdocumensd, |* et t lies encore qu'il vient de ''es ''Les' phrenoIogUtes: i!put dtudie'1 J.. rOur'prier et benir un ame qui s'enfuiti -

a' .iR!'! v'J. :'dait ce corps relaU l tement a la reprise comma iquer au Senat dt Washington .* ces cranes leur ont trouve de ressem-i .

., (' Uans la rue Pa'afcx entre In- des logouations entre' M- Trist et lea!' dan i son messa.ge'd' dens fgvrier, b'ances caract risiiques"., tree jceuxj .C'est dIe qui toujours partagera' son pain

ndcnua et Governient, que nn nou- co misaaires me, ic.aio, no laissent!I noun leirdc'nanderonsce qu'ils pen.. des anciens Egyptians. Les vases de Avec.;.. : Ie malheureux qui souffre et qai a-faim.
t ':a'j ptablissement nenl de s oavnr auc u doute sur ct que M.: Folk croit autres I I .
: sent 'dn. sort:: d'un traite qui n'eng'obe- de cuivre et les objets trouves
,hH l,>- .MM. Go za'ez Sr Gomez etreites.seulesjbasei, acceptable r''un-. rait pa au profit des Etats Unis, au pres d'eux ont evidemment une origi- Charile, Charile doux nom et saints idole : "

ama+s encore un pareil fut tabti ai trai l.6 de paix.President! I mains! t ut Ie tcmti.irr cdiQpna entre ne fort ancienne; il a' soffi de les voir Toi' prie a genduxe' mendiant eplor __ t .
rncubleee que
Salle de Billiards
la Lh
i : ifisi a
RNB tetoujuurs-et-il
Ie Rio rande et Rio hueecs, en con- pour en, etre convaincu. j jkt a'u attend obola. i
Quand coin de la rue 11 un i
Bar j
boa .
el
: Id legtnce l gout ai'tement le Rio '
e i raiso'poor
pa que laisser de la de decouv-
I sentant meme a cote por- La singuiante cette .'
R.'If' tHen des meil"eurs li01 -1 .,De celui Dieu fii riche et considers.: I
i pourvne frootidre -
Grande devieane I la lesdeu qae
entre. tion del la Haute CaJifornic, quo la erte, qui n'est pas la seu'e dans ces] j
-,.. Asettts apromptitude'et, I .. I'c .
.
x pay proposition de M. Trist abandonne au contrecs d sertes, consists dens ce :
:,o'prJtP' Cabinets appart, et toutea; 1 n'abandonnera soit le Toi qui volt ici-bas la hide use misere, i J
ters
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deans : n jamais Slexiqne. II va sans,dire que le President fait c'est q 'un arbre provenant pro-
.r."' t. comm'dites. quon peut run; ire d.ulNouveaUj,: Mexique et celui n-jetera un pareil trait, a moms, bab'ement d'une graine tomb o sans: La..faun; sa smut" la mart le cruel abandon .!IfJ: ;
uD"1abU eroentdec
-, .de aNauteCaliforniesoil, meme aui *- comme nous 1'avons fait observer desk cello, cavit a aujourd'hui dix-huit a De cot dtre xiaissant qai cherche en rain sa mere/ .' '
. 'ioecent'! reuni, ''e tout dmg
peot-elre. ce qu'il nous Taut ,du ter debit de cet article!, i moms que vmgl pouces da diarhetre, ce qui L.Uni .
". diet! la ftrneilla.ice de: pro- i ( i Et au goal lee me chants ce donne pas de_ nom, - )
; pr : nu ire del\ la Son ra pour que nous M. PoUt ne car sente a refererle sujet cuse rait un Age d, dens cents ans aC"1;

; '.I::a1'* dp orabletnent.bienc'tnnsi. : r/slipnst; \a\lres de la tote du golfe deCa'rfbrniei au'S n t, marehe qu'il auivit a proposdu moln Des ccs observations t '
je te y.o Spl urer. lorsque la nuit profonde .:1' r
'
traitf relatif a lOregon, ces questions' arch ologiqu : Quels I
\ toile\ pour la premiere des: Ces .provtd-teSt I i dit il. Polk, dans Or sf ron prend en considerauon' etaient tee poss sseurs de ce pays en Cache sous le portique an corn plein de doakars.f :_.1 .

1. ": arCU5 tionS.Ea ria la.d; -: sou message uy'erture' [Ie NouyeauMuxique que Toffre He It!. Trist a ate faite sous l'an'lU71( Quialors traversait lea fo- Qui propose aa passant an kaiser plo qalmmoode' 1'; 'j' -' 0 .

;., . ]ia seooode; Tmjmcnt n'ZarJ- et. lee, Califomie] sont en la forme d'ultimatum, il n'est pas a r@ jusqu'au lac d'Hudson et babitait four an aorceau de pain devore dans lea plears. : tt ,
..; Qns drt que notii pournons I lee lies voisines Qui lear a- >! !
a no, re possession ineontestee, et y.onl pre um'er, que le Mexique a yolu ac- petites

tier: la n er, ryolons dire qoe.rar plus stet 1 depuis nornbre de mois; toute 're*. corder {dans ie traite actBel plus 'que vait appris & fabriquer de vases decuivre ., Reste', reste avec none il est eneor cur terra j- ,

arti.ivet d'exactitude par la suite,!,sistance de 'a' part du Mexlqoe ayant ne !lui demand 't le commissaire des d'nne forme reguhere, de ". ; ;

re que noas tiotu proposcwis the vien-:I arse dans leur Umites :Je crois: que ftats IIp is. Si done ce trait* est rep paisseur dune piece de deux I'I-I . Des hommes gars, des tarmes & tent.,, !

cmt paT Ie fait & etre d menti. j En I eUe ne devront jammais titre reudues digrj dans' le sens d ? 1'ultimatum, ii de trois pieds de diametrel Pour quel.I I. Des arph tins tout nus qui appelent leur mere, '- I i,

aUeadaat pour ce qui s'est passe, nous al x M 1ique.t' ne sera point< considers acceptable usage ces vases ont-i's std fabriqu s! Des sneers vierges, h las i quo la bone peat. sniff?. I .
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e-t'''rona que nos gen reut lecleurs|I I L'annexion de toute cette partie du 1 I par, le Presidant, et de deux choses 'Sil nest pas' facite' de repondre aces I/

jnrort lexempledece pere de fa- pays conquis a parui M.'Polk, tine j Tune, qu U le desapro'tvera comme'il l la questions, il est toujours penn 5 i' AUCU8TE P., .

mule, dont parabole qui ayant em- : mesure: si necessaire .et i urgent, I desapprouve la base sur la queue' on i de see liner a des ,conjectures. ,4. i' .'<<

f .'''Y'' ptusieursonrriersdanssavigae.tes .i I! qfil! a cru devoir dans Ie.meme message proposait de 1'assoir, ou II s'en laverales La forme de ces vases de cuivre on . T-

UDS do bon matin, les autres a la!' que noun avons:citA, recomman- mains comme defunt Pilate, et eurejetera dairin et burs emplois pacerdotaux ." .. 1 .

d rniere heare dd jour. lea riots rep'dyi d'y tabhf"llD gourernement civil la responsabllite mr'** S oat sont si dairement d finis dans la Bible I IJ i

t luifre du memc calaire.. ,et polittque au nom des Etats-Unis,!. des Utats-Unis.: J ik quelques"chaprtres de rExode des i ij L'ORPHELIN. f.

sans attendre un traits de paix qui, ne: Un ecpoir nous reie cepn j JTombres etd&ns Ez chiet qu'on serait! I t

I p urant en nen.changer nos relations President lit, dans son, message dens tent* de snpposer quo des cclon'es' de .::\ \ -

JJi, dondons ici dans' un autre Yis-a-vis des deur; provinces sera demauraise vriercourant,, quit a, fait part t'e sa pauYre5t Juifs, fuyant au moyen-age la: .' . Heureax, heureux' dans ce bas monde :
r lnnne! !' deui roorceanx de Po siet I es I ,
poi: que pour his popular disapprobation 1 Mr. Trist avec le I persecution, se sent 6tabliei dans.cet-. : :. L'enfarh-teeni qui vdit see jour J
dent, 'un bluette' de M.Auguste -
eSt une lions qui les babitent moms de retard possible. II se te: centre* 61oign6e, qn'eltts'y'furentaccueilliea I'S' coaler pars ainsi qa'nne onde. ., .

P. aateur de ce remarquab'e oorcesa Ce I language cst clair et tignificatif, faire que, en meme, temps que M. Polk par Its Indies et cela J Sans jamais en tronbler le cours; -

fc Poesie irani pour title: A va Poftt, eil en preuve qow lee opinions de Mr. crivait ace sujet au commissaire des. long temps avant que Colomb alt Ira. fHeureux qui posse de une mere ,

r qne nos confreres de'la Revue Lou-I Folk n'ont pu recevoir aucune modification !tab UDIS; il luifaisaitconnaltre aussi verse I'Atlaatique; qu'eUes auront an- ,, : Aimante aa front chaste et serein '

anaLse i ant publi au mow d'Avril I depuis le mois de decembre, tee vnies: bases sur quelles derail bit'comme- leurs hfites, le sort que leur Sa vie, has! c* si point.amore. .

dernier Nous desirons que I'anteur I au il pariah ainsi aox Chambres na..I reposer un train de paix, et que c'est reservait- la civilisation depuis son in. Ob! plaignez le Pam orphelin. j jN6 t i, ,
tit plus SOOTen! 'de pareil'es! inspirations r6Grons le lecteur au troduction, en 1550 c'e 6t a dire qa'el-
II tlonales, nous dans le sens d>) ces instructions qu'e'st ,
certains qu'll sera la arec plaisir. message transom an S nat & la date r dig le trait dont M. Freaner eat 1 les aunt 4 pen pros inSanties." IOU un ciel noir d'orage j T .

L'autre de M. Requeue nous le deronf .
du2fevriercourant trouv6 de -
porte iS'il 'r. Mme. KEOGH, L'enfant verse pleura .
.
aux editeon da journal LeMtiugcr, : La phrase suiTante que Dons trou> en est ainsi, on peu /considerer II'g emit sur la terre & tout age.. .

qal ont bien ea la ccmplaisence de'\tons dans ce ,document, resume la. la! paix comme d rerr/ent conclue, Y ..=--:K1iiiI.J! : : I 1' Sans Jamais cueillir quelques fleers;

uoas en enToyer une copie. pens e politiqW de M. Polk a. 1'en-, sauf its l revisemena do tie governe- RUK ROMANAtmtrt IJpur lot point de tendre nourrice '!:

'!emit dim trait de paix. Void de I meat hiexicain est cap hie. Pallor d BattUn. Chantant gaiment an dour refrain;

LE TRAITE DE PAIL queue maniere it ,'!=xpnme au sujet .- Cpnr. Loins."ANTIQUITES. A I'honneur d'mformer les Dames Son existence est un suppjice.!i

de la proposition falte par M. Tnst, de Pensacola et doe environs, qu'elleex Oh! 'plaignez Ie pauvre Orphelin.

'aux coramissaire mexicains comme cutera toute carte d'ouvrage dan
Par ie steamship -A'op-Orir, onT
du trait qui serait onclQ.II la partie de 8MJ *fl &, la satisfactiondes lui de douse caresse '
base Pour
T* y U nouvelle que M Freaner e-!, point .. i
tilt parti' de Vera Cruzle Sept do cou- Je crois a propos d'ajouter ,.einnritation Une d6couTeite interessante pout .personnel qui voudront bien Iho- DC mere auprCa de son berceau; t t

runt 4 bore du vapeur des Etats-Unls, du commissaire des EtateUnis lee antiquaires .et lee arch ologaes a norer des leurs commandes. Oh! Dais, loujours dans a tristewe, ,I ,

1 de et$ faite dans Ie Csnada. 'EUe appris sa profession en Europe holes un tombeau I .
7riL arec un .traiti de pair conciu aux commissaires rnexicains, a II implore, I
entre le commissaire amencain et lea wnettre 1a. proposition relative aux "'II' y a quelques jours\ dit un joum- elle!Pa, exerede avec succes :en Regardant la voute eternelle. I';

rpxsentante do goaTcraement mex- frontieres, et dont it est fait mention al anglaisles Canadiens exploitant Angleteite Irlande, et dans les vile Tout seeable de son chagrin, I, .1 '" -

scam, et envoy i "Waskinjton par lei: dans sa dEpsthe N. 15 [ documens lieu 6carte. dans Ie voi&inage do Pen -' de New-York, Charleston et :St.; Au- II se desole et puis chancelie . '

gcnFnt Scott dont copie rous est transmise], a std. ta'nguisbem, trourfrrent & environ six gustin; tile fait .at garni desChapeauxdes Oh! plaignez let pauvre orphelin. .. : l ,.

Quels tout lea terms' de ce trait* de 1 faite sans mon uvtoritttion. quo J'ai miles de Ii one cavil lansla queUe Dames,.de toute sorte, Pailk Satin

>auc t de queUe maniire it sera rtcaPM promptement d6saprouvie, et que j'ai its'introduisirent lears batons et d p1a- etc Et qoand vers lui Dieu. le demande,

le President des Etas -Vnis tenet: fait part'de ma dfisaprabation au com cerent un ou deux smut:. homains loin,' L'encouragementqu'el'e'! a reca dans ,Heureux il sourit & ta mort; j e .t
pa.
soot lea den questions qui preocuT, missaire des Etats-Unb area le moles make ils ne pousserent plus lei villea air title a habit lui tait espe- Mais nut ne depose one offrand. 1

peat en ce moment 1'attention publi. de retard posa&le" leurs investifations. rer qu'% a reussira aussi dans celle-ci Rat ne vient g 'mir stir son sort 'I '. ,
et Hill de '
cue et anr lesquelles la Bator de la propose a MM. Henry Thompson Non jamais one larma amdre
personoe Be pentoswier Quelle etait Elle recoil r gulierernent'les der- : .. -
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une solution.i r tion de Mr. Trist aux cornmissairesmextcamsl Mohauk ayant eptendu parlerde cet. nierea modes Trance et da Nord. Ne mould h6Ias! Ie cercueil( enfantin.L'infortune -- .; .rt' .

Si i Itin se rappcrte aux aw que -' Le texte en est dean'e te cavit, resolurent de la visiter. lie n'eut point de mere- .-
paWe I Elle tare et met en nenf les chapeau .
crAnes humainset ,.
le Pusfe, et qui paraissent dans la. deperhe N. 15, et elle d crit y.troaverentcinquante d'ossementr, de paille et I les reroonte dans le nouveau Oh:! ,p1 i efle- pauvre orphelin. .
*roir*t6 fotimu Pare.correspondansda ainsi UfrontJereentw lei deux pays., tine grande quantiti ROUQUETTE ..
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Menque, le projet de trait* auralt La ligne de separation commencera' aupris de ces ossements, ily a trente- genre' 472 tf -'i: >\.j
cuivre de Pensa ,3 Janv.-- -
etb Ikux de six ou trente-sept vases en .,.
i trois
acctptf par le g n6ral Scott *oas au Golfe da Mexique, , 4I l' .

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fij fl -- ,I fLAXVYEKS.A l \'pou, infernal old i foponge' that! , .. .:, 'Mrs.'fJ1L-LrJ\.ER KEOGH. 1 .,!'f !'f !'f !'f : 1 -- t .CARDS, : -

large number of young'':;you smell as innk as walking-] ': ; .f MAXIMO- Pde j --
"(distillery; i UOMA.:'iA STRFEt;: MEDICINES! ! f HIOBOO
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gentlemen have recently been J allies pf the.Peace, atxl o'an( to"'r.e.-
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.. I admitted: I to the practice of. Uw|' Bayonet weni ;,to his quarters!} , hearten, Pain ox and. Baylcn.UrspurtfuUy .. Q '1"\\I u. s. ;;( ;.Office si the City H..lU s
: I informs the Ladies of j -'-
in this city, The preliminary ,wrung four gallons of whiskey 1 Pensacolathat she has commenced theMILLINERY LIFE PflLLIWARRAATED iSiAuici.VS.
; examination by the law'cl's, out of the blat kets, and got nUSiNLV' AND IDAOI.V MABL.[ Sbirs ant! ta.lfu!y aroc4! b ran.Pailful +
gloriously fuddled I, I << at- opposite to the Sl.rkq u-
;. uho must ccrlify that ,the candidates -! ; in its various branches I PeoMcoU.VINCCNTBKIOBpO. -
I ; I Yla
I ---L I ififiS Prom PENSACOLA to MOBILE .
'! I. are well read in law and will be thankful for any favi'rbes( I J I --- - --
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_. 1i 1-- ___ Greenwood. and Dlakelt) ,
is very thorough as will be seen i i 1I I towed upon tier. She has: acquired j. GENUINE.r. I t I t i miles Uu distaste I Arm re--, and Black Smith,

by questions' 1 put tr each and i,I i ALL NEW-ALL GOOD !IIIr ! thorough STRAW knowledge BONNETS of'he in Europe art "of,maki and I: -- ---- .. than by Hair Landing- iI j 1' .ByteuI cfer.R. >-
jug -- -
,which I! questions with their - I has carried on the business in Eng-I'D J. BBOSNAHAM !f. .Bnooji.t;

answers we append i,t DRY dODDS land and I Ireland, and in the cities of I I 'has just received a fresh Dry Good ..Ltnnerpf: Paand
Examiner Dd smoke :! GROCERIES WINES &: and This line ursUcked with new nine pastln Zange st. j
you New York, Charleston, St. Augustine .__ __ 1 a
: !, sir? ,'j" I t\trtf ttf BJI V LE.i.andl.VTE.YDE.VT1J ; and from the very liberal patronage .I wgply o/V I.ger Coaches, (Troy bail ) food four horse A. RrnJUJI- ..-
; St, PeJl ac la. bestowed upon her in the,abate MOFFATTS celebrated)& a nib I team, and akiful and aecomodating drmr Wines and Grocery *'
Candidate-I do, sir. I i I g(0r!(
I'heiyttx Bitters: rDr.
and 00\
1 places she<< (Utters, herself that *hc has, I I I Lean Perwcola daily at 5 o'clock P. M. rasf) tWALKER corner of lolendestw.
Ex -Have a ci- The undersigned has just opened a new Store BBARD'S Fa lty flue, and ,
you spare always given general satisfactionThe \ I I I Office at Jenks Hotel. --- - -./
of n odti, Groceries, etc. ef SalvetfLDr. ANDERSON
Dry Wines
I latest, and most approve GORDON'S Fomlfc Pills: I Leave Mobile daily at 2 o'dlock P. M.
gar.Can--Y cisir (extending a he beet! quality lately received, to Bale atwbnlesaIe pAJiiioNB are regularly received from)i I P !TER'S !'///., and LEE'S P'l[,. I \ Office at Mansion House Ag it for Claims. "( WaaLiagto}
and Retail, at the )lowest price, '1 j I / Office o Goren&enlftZENOX8UCHET ,
'\ the Northern and Eastern citiesQ Also a fresn! supply of ndlll.Wtdl-
short JMX.) I AH Orders for the|above Articles will ::7- Straw Bonnets cleaned and el'ttt 1 dfl*,which lie sells at the smallest,prof"I F.AfJE FIVE DOLLARS. ,
l Exl-Now,' sir, what is the put up at the hrrtestj noUie.:: <* to any ttyle Silk Bonnets made it, fur ttu. -idfife, Gratis-at his / Family Grocf" Store

first duty of the lawyer, I p. AIM D. to order. 1 l Drug StorePalafox Street, Pensacola. i I I i 1 J.CONZALESJfCo.Propr'* Corner Intendentu erd Psla raa. M: :

Can -TV collect r t es-. Pentacola 27 Dt!. 1&17. Jan. 3, 2tf Pensacola,Z7 \1847. A. CIIARBUZflER. '.

Ex,-Right-wiial'a the'sec- ._ . .' .. W toes and Grocerl8.tore. whoc
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ond CaTo: I increase. the r.um- : r": ; ] . : V 'I Dr.retail J.,-DROSN IntenJenua\H4M.ct

5 v..fftND '
berol'hisclicnts.E3 A &W vim dl a4AjL m V Drugs Med n",an4 Chemicak:M,:
:.-When docs you position Pa'a'ot' 9'. teiwren Govcrmegt adfai&
toward client ---.:....
your J. O. SMITH
{ change.: A WEEKLYLITEIIARY JOURNAL Drug and'Medicine hior,.
Can.-AVhen I am making ,. Palafcx' et. comer: ot'Gt."enn.u.
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up a'bill' of costs. j. MCALLISTER, --
t Ex.I -Explain.C .. PUBLISHED. EVERY MONDAY MORNING I IN FRENCH AND EN G LIS,H.:1 Boot It Shoe Maker ,

n.-'V c then occupy anta- -: I --=::;)IeIGIS---Ooooo' Si IOIC-- Pa. !.fux it,opposite the squaia.

O1ift! positions. I assume the ;JCJ J.QUIGII +.

character1 of plaintiff and'he Public .Auctioneer.Palatal .
PROSPECTUS. PROSPECTUS. .> LHf.
t / tAt
)eccimes defendant ,
.. : > GOLDSMITH A Ca.
:Ex, -A suit decided how do Dans_ ,ces temps", on le d+sir.tie s'inslruire de plus. en a time when the desire for information is so generally Dr):..Gooda Store,
stand with the y
due you ;k'g the other bill.lawyer con-. plus se manifesto parmi les peoples en general, et en parlicu- manifested! among the people every ivhere, and particularly Palafox, betweeyi GovennentMtmAex,

Can.-Check by jowl. Her parmi\ ceux de ce nouveau Continent; ou l'amour des bones ainong those of this new Continent; when the love B. )I?.HALE -" -'-'

Ex.--Enough sir you promise lest res (principe general d'instruction) augmente sans of Literature, the Arts and Siences, Politics, Commerceand Auctioneer.and;"P.Wn Commiasna. plrrcKutt, '

\\o an ornament to the pro*; cesse parrnl i 'nous, envieux de riValbcr avec les nations les Industry, seem to demand an increase( of the already D. DAVIDN. -

'i *! fens on, and I wish you? success| plus anciennJs, et de marcher front aWc cUe dans la diffusion [extensive meads of promulgation, we hare thought that the Auctioneer and Comm Pli s a errkint' ,

r now 'are you sware of. the duty des,con I aissances en Litt6ratureBcaux-. Politique, publication of a new journal will, be the best means of contributing Store at the West Gate of the KU1Y'arir..,

... you.owe'me. Industrie C quela u'un mite toward the attainment of this noble KCYSER 4eMcVOY.
Can ...Perfectly mmerce, nous avons.cru publication, our object.
,I' ;; Shipping Agents,
lx.-Describe that duty* nouveau journal strait la voie la plus effi acc, pour facilitcr au 1lany'of our friends who fervently desire the success of Corner Palatal and Govennraf,

Can It is to invite les d'atteindre noble but.
you to public moyens cc : have H. F. INGRAH4M*
V our journal, urged us to publish it in the French and
drhik.Ex. Un nombre de amis desirant Commission Merclunl,
ardcur le
grand
nos avcc ; suc-
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to which acceded with view t to
But English languages, we a enlarge Palafoi at, ,
I dec opposite the Squrc
line'! "suppose ces de cette] feuille, 110US ont conseifl6 1 de publier notre Journal its circulation! and usefulness' with that class of perSons LAFAYETTE ROBERTSON_ _

... I en AngUis et en Fran ais; nous avons accede a leur vccupourplusieursraisonsjd'abord both Room and Cofie Fwr,
(Jan.--(Scratchinghis head. sotto understand languages.: At the present time Reading ,

Th *re 4s no instance of the kind ; pour lui! dinner plus de circulation the French ]language has become an essential branch in a goodand' Palafox *tor poite the S "f-,-*

ou record in the books. I ct aggfandir son cercle d'influence aupres des personnes, well finished education, inasmuch as it is used in almost O. M. AVER,|

._ :cannot answer! that ques- qui parlent) |1es deux langues, ou 1'uneoul'autre; parce qucla, every country on earth, and because it affords us' pleasure to Zraot Bai'4icgi! and UoJertak Taragngs,It, :
i langue Fran wise entre maintenent da'ns touts Education distin-
tion.Ex..-You: arc.right, and the perceive an increasing disposition i in many of our fellow-cit: F.& H. ROCIIC,
I gu6e et en jest une branche essentielle; parce 9u' clue se parle 1 Bakery
f confidence with] which izens to understand and practice the beautiful language of
you dans tous les points du Globe sur.tout Bajlen*t, corner ot Gev rmcet,
m. ke the assertion shows lhc.t parce que nous moons France. '

yo i havej+.S.
It is intention Hole and Cotta:House..
la v. \Ve will -go and! take the: etude s1 cst manifest parmi nos concitoycns,.ct que de1'a une our to entertaip our readers as best we:-can Corner of l\fnt; It..RamaiuW. <

drink, and then twill sign your, classe* est form e sous un professeur habile et capable d'en- without interfering: the- politics',of the day-in which we intend B. DAVIS.Penneola I .

-certificate.PLAYING: . to take no part. AH we lJ) written communications
seigner dan sa perfection 1 1'idiome de la belle France: notrc Wbufiogei,
be inserted without 4n PaU&i. : atopnoite the Market Uo-
.. commcntmerply relating the facts
Journal leur c'n
1'aeq6\3 lion, et les familiarisera a at daisies Store.
OLD SOLDIER vec ses phrases et- sea tocutions quelque fois difficiles. order to keep pace with the,'current events of .the day. ;:r- HENRY HYER, '-r


A hard old case, who had Notre intention( 6tant simplemcnt d'entretenir nos lecteurs t Literature, the Arts- Commerce and,Industry, will find a Palafoz.Dry It. Goo corner Store it IntendeoUa, ,-.

par tine lecture instructive, sans embrasscr aucune opinion : place in our columns.
: for many years belonged to v P.GONZLEaC: .,
I , the >rank and file of Uncle politique, t)okra\ Journal sera ouvert ax toutes sorter de communications Billiard Rlom -:

I Ssm'a little army stationed at, ; nous nous obstiendrons de faire aucun common \ In'discharging.thc. duties of. our Station we'will 'endeavor? Patafox opposite tbe re.f '

the garrison .in Prairie du' taire (sur les 1 actes du governemcnt_ rapportant purement les t consult not only our own but the interests, of our patrons, I f 40y. 101 NS ... 4u

i C.lijen"! after exhausting all other .' faits. afro db lenir.nos lecteurs an. courant des nouvelles. and the public generally. We will endeavor with all our ability On Fancy Intendentia, Boot and f 1o, 1J.\u.the

4 :: plans: of getting whiskey, La Literature, et les Beaux-x\rts feront partie de notre . to advance and improve the system'of public education ; Ptracja trert fakery_oppotue,_----4'
wherewithal to wet his ohthistle and for that
he hit upon the follow Journal: TIndustrie I et le Commerce trouveront. aussi place purpose we will keep regular correspondencewith ,A. H. RUN VAX
Painter easier
the &
ujg expedient for smuggling dans nos cblunncs. : most celebrated American and European journalists.The Palafox. at, next the Democrat Print Ofirt

i i the) critter h.to the garrison. I En entrant dans 1'Vexercice de notre profession, guides nOn! NEUTRAL will be published P" ._--- --
,. every Monday on good< Banc'
.J 11. is customary for the old soldiers !- seulement des vucs p6cuniaires mais I ? paper Goods ant ; ,
with Store
'take'their old blankets I. pas par pay le I desir, ardent fair type and will be edited and, reused by a gentleman Lrj GrpctrjT
1 to
GoTcrment at, the
oppwle Sq'o
: totherhertowash. Old Bay- de opener de toutes nos forces a' ]la propagation des.' of talent and education whose' services he so kindlv of-

ojjiet piled on a half dozen connaissances I utiles, et de contribuer, de tout notre pouvoir, fered us. C.Cofie WINTERS Hojse.Palafox .

Macinaw blankets upon his a* rembellisscmcnt| dc l' difice social, nous nous proposons I Id'cntrctenirune it,,between GoWmtnt. tlf Ia{ead'" a
TERMS OF
back and started for the river : directe les SU BSGRIPT ION.- '
correspondence avec mcilleursjournalistes J., JCRKl!:ON',Jr.

'f where he was met by a whis- d' mar9ue! et d'Europe, et d'cnvoyer a' nos abonn6s! For, one year, '83,001 Dry Good,Hardt.are, &Groter,

Ki-y vender He then put his des Extra au Journal,; toutes les fois qu'il I y aura sujet. 'I For six'' month, h 2, 00 5 rayafatn, advance.' I I Cornet of GoTeruwnJ+ k.Pakfot st. _-
inatub
r l blankets the
: containing I' ,
I PATTERSOV & AVBHY
Le NEUTRAL paraitra tous les Lundi in folio de grandeur 'I '
whiskey untile they were fully I N. B. }early ntbscribers will have the privilege of inserting a Business earl I ntyc .
aturated, when be slung them ordinaire, ,imprim6 sur bon papier; it sera redigo etcorrig6 par gratis'for'*I"JP'wonM*._ I '.I.fox', rt Oppoa IaIbeSiPre.. __

, cross his shoulder and started > des hommeg de lettrca, qui notfs ont promis leur cooperation. I', 'F.de )LA RUAClothmg .'

for the garrison. On his PRICE OF INSERTIONS.. i Store, and IfoUe A

way he was 'stopped by an'offi- CONDITIONS D'ABONNEMENT. Advertisements l PalaTax CJPPM ilethef"---)
will be inserted at I 00
ier. who melt corn.Throw Pour une'ann e, $3, 00 A' $ ; per square of t JOHN HON4CKER

down; your blankets Pour six. moil, ,10.., GVJ rPayable (f vance. twelve lines! for the first, and Fifty Cenls for each subsequeat. ', Family Grocery, 1 II
ir bottle of insertion. 'r' I Center of Bajlen&:Z*!ageza rf,
a whiskey
youha\c .V. H. Tout SvKripteur pour tine annie aura le droll d'instrtr T Adresserfeu '
.. with\ you 'I I Profits M';, et de ton Commerce, gratis pour six mois: AdvertiscmanU will be published in the language desired I. THE NEUTRAL JOB OFFK;
I beg jour pardon, sir, The unde rsl cud hitting oa ba ii f*I
quoth Bayeuet; "I have not. ,PRIX DES'AVERTISSE IENTS. and if i in. both, a discount ,of 25 per cent will. be made. : i stock and crtatTarlety ot JOB Tlf*|

I r Down with your blankets, C Poutlapremiere: Insertion, 1,00 A very liberal discount will be'made to yearly or semi* I llne are able TJOBJ'RI'NTING to execute' all lDapoi.ef order 1. !
blankets. Show Le carr6 de aouze Iignes, < .
Overhaul
your v Poutles suivantes , "- *o advertisers. .
You can't I' yearly ,., ,i on the most liberal tern-'
fool .
pockets
your -' LLS 9FLADl;CIRC1fl.HL
inel mcll"it-whcre have youbeen Les publications se feront dans: la lan gut demand6e; et- les The first number will be published on the! 20th i instant,,_ MKS, CARD, PAIiPHL!'

. personnes' feront: publier )leurs avertissemcnts dans les :. ' .. SL/VE&COAST 4 MAXlFBi **

... To wash: my.bank.els for my deux laneuet] auront' droit n' tine diminution dc 25 pour cent. 'V .k 'H j I :ANDBf'LS, WAY-BILLS,t* i
I II _. atmatl1
.. : :<.:' . V ,, rented to order,with the
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mess sir. *v :line deduction raisonable sera, .faite pour les insertionsannuclles I, ', : .:..,-:...... '. .:!. ., ;" -- .... Itade,and t* the addiction of iS
{ I Well go nlong tI don't sees I ou s6mestralcs. : .Pensacola. :"Dec..6th. 1847;.." __ may .rer the O ce witH their]
have,anyaboutyou( but -- : T r '
+ you ;,. ; arei -
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r Le premier Numero sera le 20 du courant.i "- < Prtk
you_arc .soaked 'fitho'whiskey't. : publlrs ; : 'r''," I P4WPAR. & Cd. Publil bcrt, i Pttmu k Co.
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