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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 2, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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.. THRILLING JOUHNAL. p : The The dead mountain-side are evert vrh.TiE the re DEAD.!plain the wotd j rofound; '


AH the wide earth, the fertile and the fair.I .
Journal kept by a Suffering Emigrant, FLORID!:IAt11
S Copy on the ef a California 'loJJratai1ufrom Octobrr 3UI. ITIHE : one vast burial ground !

lIH6. to March lit, *.a7. Within the populous street

TsccKEv'a.LAKE, Nov. 20, 1846.CametohiSPl&ceOflthC In solitary homes, in places high,
In' pleasure-domes where pomp and luxury meet,
3Ut of last month i MeD bow themselves to die.

into the paw, the snoso deep we wort -- -
went The old
the door
-
man at
find the road, and when within 3 1 OCTOBER 2 1S17.I ;
unable from to the lummit, turned hack to this BY SIBLEY & DYKE) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY) The unis caned child murmuring its wordless ong,
tniln The bondman nml the tree. the rich tbe
poor.
Truckey's Lake. Stanton came up -
banty,on I u. = I A \\IJJOWS EPERIENCF. All-all to death belong!
took -
one day after and we wagons arrived and here made; we again an unsuc.cessful shining brilliantly- renovates- -- spirks! ;-praisebe $Capt.; Sutler's fort. It is utterly impossible of the to philosophy! DEETICS.The of Eating is a much neglected I was a pretty, very pretty girl, and sought The sunlight gild tbe walls
: of the sufferings
our teams cross in company with Stan. to the God of heaven give any description form idea but useful and interesting study.- for eagerly as a partner in the ball room hutI Of kindly rj>nlchres mwronght with bra;

attempt the shanty continuing to Jan. 15-Clear day again; wind northwest ; company. Your readers can some The very of taking C od into was the daughter tfa poor gentleman, and And Ihe long liarW el the cypress (alls
returned to legitimate purpose
r ton ; we the time. We now have killed most t :Mrs. Murphy blind; Lanthron not able to get" of them by perusing the above diary.&c. ; the stomach is to supply the brain, spinal mar. I hone of my 'anYlumirers) ever asked me to Athwart the common gra...
all Yours
now wood has hut one axe between" him and Kles- and become wife. But the scene changed ; my
liver a
until ; ,
here muscles bones
cattle having to remain McKINSTRY, Jr. row, nerves, lungs, The living of gone time
part of our it looks like another storm GEORGE rich by the death of
burg; ; expectingsome each tissue father became suddenly
without aliment to
and live on lean beef 1847. other organs, appropriate Duilded their glorious cities by the sea,
neit spring from Slitter's Fort Sacramento April 29, I then followed and
and
account soon. elder brother, was
of fuel be an
the and furnish suitable to consumed
salt. It snowed during space ; And awful in}their greatness sat sutdiiae.
bread or with little intermission, after our Jan. 17-Eliza Williams came here this from the United in (the system and keep up a uniform temperature asked fast enough,especially a I \a an only As if no change could be.

eight days clear and pleasant, freezjn morning ; Lanthron crazy last night ; provi. Names of the late emigrants from of tbe body at about ninety-cight de ; child. I married a man I loved deeply : I .
arrival, though now who were prevented by the snow There wa the eloquent tongue; :
States but in
from the sions scarce ; hides our main tmhsistencc- A large portion ofthe diseases which i imagined he. loved me equally; one ,
night ; the snow nearly gone the California Mountains, October grees. The heart the sages soul was there; :'
may the Almighty send us help. now so painfully afflict civilized communities, month I found out, hut for' my pet. o

valleys- Fine morning: wind N. W.,twen. I Jan. 21-Fine morning; John Battise and 31st, 1840. might be prevented by never eating nor drink. .I would have been obliged" to give up his cab Ami with their children jounj. 4. "j.

Jsov.21- about Marling to cross" Mr. Denton came! this morning with Eliza ; ARRIVED IX CALIKORXI- ing too tn'ich of anything, and always giving his club and his house, and pay a visit to timecontineumt The faithful. .m.llhe f-iir.. f

tv-tvvoof our company this day, including Stanton and she will not cat hides ; Mrs. sent her William! Graves Sarah Fosdick, Mary (to the circulating blood its appropriate elenieuts to pay his creditors. The die, how. They were,but they are not ; 1

the'! mountains back to live or die. on them. Graves. Elton Graves, Viney Graves, Nancy I in 11,11 proportion, to repair the constant e\er was cast ; I made the best of a bad bargain Suns rose and lt.and tarth put on her bloom '

his Indians. Froze hard last night ; fine and Jan. 22-Began to snow afier sunrise : likely Gra"el, Jonathan Graves, Elizabeth Graves, I waste of every part ofthe body. Animal and"we lived decently together for.eight Whilst man, submitting; to the common let. I

j\ov. 22- account from those on the to continue ; wind north. Doroihy Donner, Leah Donner, Frances]lon. can only be maintained by the consumption years. He died ; antI after my weeds were Wont do\\n into the tomb. '

clear today; no Jan. 23-Blew hard and snowed all night, ner, Georgiana Donner, Eliza Donner, John organized matter, which owes its organism thrown a ide, back came an old and new set And still, amid the wrecksOf i

mountains._Same weather, wind west ; the the most severe storm we have experiencedthis Battiste, Solomon Hook, George )onnf'r, Jr., : to vegetable! vitality. If there were no plants claimants for my hand-or, rather money mighty generatinnlla'se away, i

Nov. 23 the mountains returned, winter ; wind Wl st. Mary; Donner Mrs. Woolfinger. Lewis Kies- on earth there could be no animals. Thtl bags. I had five offers ; they are a follows : rtb'lonest growth,t fragrant,,ild-fowe.dech ':

expedition to across! at!
after an unsuccessful and wind south ; in hopes we are Harriet Pike Miomin minerals water and! in a fortnight, consequently he had .
_Cloudy: looks like the eve of a pleasant Murphy, Mary Murphy organizing crude sals And in the twilight deep, :
;. ov. 25 mountaineers are to make done with snow storms ; IIoc who went toSutter's Pike, William Eddy, Patrick Breen, Margaret I air, into food for animals. light and no time to lose ; ho danced. with me one night Go veilwl women forth,like her who went -

snow storm ; our if fair froze hardlacf not yet returned ; provisions getting Breen, John Breen" Edward Breen, Patrick heat given out in burning 100 of corn and proposed (the next morning. The utmost
Iounls Slcter of Lazarus, to the to
,
another trial to.morrow ; weak living on small James Breen, Peter from stretch of vanity not permit me to.i ima<* grate weep
scant ; people growing ; Breen, Jr., Simon Breen, or other organized matter, were coule I"1: To breathe in low lamtiit. i
night.Nov. last evening allowance of hides. Breen.Isabella Breen EhizaViliiatns, James the light and heat ofthe sun, at the time the I ine that love had any thing to say to this offer .
;
20-Began to snow Commenced yesterday Jas. Reed he was refused on the spot.My The dead are everywhere;
; Mirtha Reed consequently
do not start to. Jan. 27 snowing F. Reed. Mrs. Reed, or other plants grew. No vegetablefor
now rains or sleets ; the party still continues to-day. Lewis (.Sutler's Indian}) Thomas Reed, Noah James.PERISHED cur animal substance, whether consumed in I ; second was a banker, well known among Where'er islo\cc-r tenderness, cr frith. ; .

day.Nov. about three died three (di\s: ago ; food growing Ic.ce ;- IN THE MOUNTAINS.C. the furnace of an iron locomotive, o in a time gayest circles, and a pleasant man enough.Ere \rure'tr j is rx.rnp, pleasure pride; where'vr :t
29 Still snowing; : now I considered I. Life i U death.SMALLTALK.
house
fire enough to cook our "idt' of I decided, I found the was or v\a u ;
last today don't have : Mrs. Graves, locomotive man, can emit a particle more
killed oxen Mr. Graves, -- --- --
wind west my T. Stanton. .
; I said "No.
feet deep ; west wind far from solventso -
Jan. 30-Fair and pleasant ; I heat than taken and rendered latent very .
Drn-
Foster wood hard Franklin Graves, John was up .
anotberyokc to ; Mr. J. Fosdick..
; gave I in tin- John and Breenwent and the elemenU My third was an old acquaintance before my
thawing sun ; Ecl\ar Mrs.1 Donner, Cba. at the tini" carbon, nitrogen, From Jleeent LmiJon Papers.
to be got.Nov. 1 to Graves'; this morin ; the seiz. ton, Geo. Donner, Sen., t.1 in the ctatclopmentof I marriage anrll felt so much inclined to return has
fast looks as likely to Rhinehart,Jacob Donnor Betsy water were organized THE king of Bavaria just published a
Snowing ;
30 Joseph .
Berger he had
Mrs.: s goods until they wuulllH'paid the of In 1 lieflesh the affection ho professed alwaysfelt -
: of
commenced no living on Isaac Donner Lewis germ some plant. selecting I ourth edition poe.ns.HETTIXJ
continue as when it about.; ce ; they al"l took, the hitl.s which It'r"elfand l 'Ionner.rm.. Johrson. Samuel I of t herbitproui animals, and] IlitI seeds, I for f me that I consented. The c.tlws! ( on the result of:1 election dig. :\

thing, without wings can get subsisted i i Donner, food!, were ordered and the day fixed ; I was a .
: regained tWIpiecl's of for human I :
Still snowing : wind west : snow f.imily upon. lt James Smilh. Balk Williams, holla'I'I fruits, find tubers plants I'Kilifies an elector so doing. e
Dec. 1- balance: they ; taken.- ker, is for the exercise of much wisdom shop intending to purchase for him a present fowls is
and half feet deep very difficult only tie I\.c I Lewis Kiesburg I 'Ir there loom THE: annual value of the Dorking ;
;
six chili
I about six or a You judge from this what fare f; is in Kicsburg ( ,) best adapted -while waiting, my attention was called to ,
completely housed may uH Goo. Foster. CatherinePike. Iii choosing organized math'r stimatod! at no Jess than JE5.000.
to get wood, and wo are I be had phy, Lemuel :Murphy undnenes be master ofthe shop giving up a sollo roceaccn'itmt '
there is nothing to I bunting to meet the peculiar wants ol the hrin GERMANY is celebrated being the #it
cattle are all killed but two or throe, I camp! ; ) Ellen "Margaretta Elll.r! James as greaosl :
up ; our and Sfantoii's mules j erbaps tiicre; soon wi be. Erlr Milton the muscles and bones, as well as thebreathing I to a respectable looking housekeeper European mart for king sausages.FATHER 3
and these with the hores )Jan. 31--The sun tOIS) not shine out brilliant Eddy Patrick ln. Augustus Spitzer Antonio proeessl} which often stifffrs sadly close: to me of his many bad debts ; among MATTHEWintend? to visit Amcri- '
Mrs.1 Pike,
be lost in the snow ; no hopesof Lint Murphy intended
to Elliot. ron he mentioned
all supposed this morning ; froze hard last night ; wind Indian,) from some delect in the fuel that should keepthe II sonic other names my ea this summer ; be of course, by waer. ".i'
finding them alive. northwest. Lanlbon Murphy; (ted last night: (XI'\ Mexican,) Lewis, (Suter's human: locomotive in a sound condition -and added but here I don't care, for f he wil {
all :
Ceases snowing ; cloudy day ; Salvadore, Indian.) and said he was
Dec. 3- (Suter's with
Graves'this
Reed went to food should was us'ery morning
about 1 o'clock ; Mrs. and healthy (motion. Our daily SEVEN quarters to a ton of British irvavirc-

warm enough Beautiful to thaw.sunshine, thawing a little morning to look after goods. Anecdote. of-Stephen- -Glrard.-Tbe following be can-fully selected and prepared, with reference on the eve of marrying would a very than rich clear widow, ment i is the calculation for a hip's freight.Is .,f1

Dec. 5- the storm Feb. 5-Snowed hard until 12 o'clock last capital anecdote illustrative of the peculi. l to the wants of each organ and tissuein and her money more him. it not unnecessary and ridiculous to put .tRsq.

'! ; looks delightful: feet after deep. long ; I night ; many uneasy for fear we shall al perish arities oftht' laic Stephen Girard; of Pbiladfl- the sctern. It should never contain too I only waited to get home ere I ( wanted my to any one's name on a tombstone ? r i1
fourth
now seven or eight fine and clear ; Stan. with hunger ; we hate not but meat phi, is from the New Bedford Bulletin. We much or too little starch, sugar, butler, or |I discntercsled admirer. My I noj it A gentlemen at Cartmcl 1 possesses a young

Dec. GThe morning shoes for ano. left, ali only three bides ; Mrs.; Reed has nothing have never seen it published before :- fat, nor too much or too little glutton, albumen, j settlement of property on myself saying ., so tame that it turns a small grindstone.SOMEBODY '1.1
ton and Graves manufacturing and that is i on G raves'house who that abounds in nitrogen would prove the strength of my confidence Chancellor of the
hide the
of mules. but one \Ir.; Girard had a f.u'urlt: clerk, one casein, or other substance I : has sent 'j
ther mountain scrabble ; no account froze hard last : Milton lives I there, and likely will keep pleased him. and who, it the age oftwentyone sulphcr, and phosphorus.; Appetite I j ali! love! towards him. I sent him off. And. Exchequer 5 "for the exigencies of the
weather waj and
Dec. S-Fine ; work to find I that: Eddy's child died la.t night.Feb. every expected Mr. G. to .ay the sense of taste and smell and instinct, are j;i my last was an elderly baronet, rich highly country." I-1

,I night;e :;uii wind;cii1; southeast;; ;us bird warm, or cook our 6-It snowed faster last night and today something to years him in relation to his fJtnrl )>n>specls. I worth something as guides in selecting "tiita- i I connected ; he was wife an invalid but he, and rather ETHeR has been found exceedingly useful .1in
pleas.
e was
; wood i than it has done this winter 1lllrl: "ti! and lend him a helping handin ble nourishment. But these advantages do I wanted a nurse than a cases of operating on children to cure ;
perhaps and I knewit
beef. about eleven I I continues without intermission : in the world. But Mr. (;J. said: not supersede the necessity of cull! ivaled ant, cheerful and oo humored, q'linting. .j
Dfc. Commenced snowing folk and Kiosburg say the' starting of bis the rea".1 could not be my money, for he} had mixed with half beetroot 1.,
'ec.1 ; tbe subject on, of science, in directing aright HALK wheaten
o'clock wind northwest ; took in Spitzer WCitIurplys of nothing, carefully avoiding I than We should have been four.
; \\ishwe had enough alter the human brain and nerves, more mysolf. the bread J'
cannot rise without ; from minoiii\ .\t !length, tion ofthe that make !esl cheapest Jet
weak that he escape found out
terday, so married, bad I not accidentally
have : them ; Mrs. Elllr is very weak. of mustered( at once the highest expression of organized I known. :.
Some a lap-e some cl"rk Ii
help, caused by starvation. to Feb. 7-Ceased to snow at last: ; to-day it enough fl'"t'l'i address Mr. G.; on the sub and the organs feeling, thought, and I be had given directions to his lawyers to the 1G3 priests and 1G6 deacons have taken or- :
beef Stanton trying pet : courage mater receive from,
scant supply of ; not likely to is quite pleasant' : McCutchcon's; child died on conscience, the most liable to derangement.Weakness i I effect that any money} I might tiers in the church England during the last St
for himself and Indians ; ject. his death on the care ancattention
alter ,
some I of intellect him depended
the 2d! of this month. 441 Sir," said the clerk, 01 am now of brain and feebleness month.

get much.10-Snowed fast all night, with heavy I Feb. Fine, clear morning ; Spilzordiedlast free ; suppose and I thought I \;otiId say something to as well as defective digestion, and itimpenfectre'pirimtiuil 'I I I paid him while did he lived not devote; and incase THERE is a boy down west so bright that (

Dec. a. I night ; we will bury' him in the fnow.- to I future coun&e. What do you and muscular lassitude,often arise I failed: in anwaor my his! father met him as a looking glass to shave r.'j
now as
squall: of wind ; continues to snow ; of"th 7th. you my life; his comfort, I was to be cut out of ever
Irs. Eddy died on the night the of food. Judicious exercise II '
from
think I had better do I use improper I by. tt
bout seven feet in depth." faster than any previous Fe),. U'-\Ir.; Pike's child all hit dead.- .Yes, yes, I know jou are frI," said Mr. or suitable! manuallabor, can do much }thing by a cau'se ;in his 'illAeIann I QUEEN \ICTOILI has: .made it up" with
Dec. 14-Snows ; not able to get out of and I health and strength to II found out this to save me playingnursetender The of the Belgians
day: Stanton and Graves, with several others, Milton is at Murphy's he is notable G.,4; and my advice to you is., that you go toward imparting both to the selfish old fellow for the Louis Phiipc. king rll
; the mountainson bed ; Kieshurg never gets up, "a'o learn the trade.11This (the physical: man. But neither bodily nor came over to .
: CtllJr.. 1 I
making preparations to cross feet deep on a Ie". ; Mrs. Eddy] and ch'ld were burned today announcement well-nigh threw the mental toil can transform fon which is consti. j! remainder of my days, which, considering invalj The smart-money paid for the purchase of
snow shoes; snow eight containsall was ihen only forty, and he, though an the
: wind southeast.Feb. clcik off the : but recovering; his cmjuili.briumn tulionally defective, into which oft the recruits at Woolwich pays expenses o .i
el. froze ban] 10-Beautiful morning ; thawing in he trc Mr. G. was in earnest, he the nutritive elements in due proportion. j I !, but If.f\.1 might have a longer spell the recruiting department.
Fair and pleasant ; I ho tuo.was "
"
Dec. 10- the sun. Milton died] last night at ;Mur.li.ssliahtv Physical labor is good for the great purpose i thill \ fj-.ito Agreeable 0 The New i ork Journal or commerce stairs '
shoesto Eliot do] .
last night ; the company started on snow. I' : Mrs. l went there this morning woul so.inearneit"said Mr. G. ; and tbeclerk that God de;igned It cannot, boweier, mised. that during the passage ofthe packet. hip Baltimore r-\
the mountain ; wind southeast.Dec. | 0,1 ann ___ io_ I' Well, Mr. Editor, what do you think ofmy !
cross hiseUVcts. J. Denton Irving from four couples were mar.
.,,,, YbI Win. Murphy returned to se'after l rather i l one ofthe t best perform the fnnction enlightened.reason.- : lane ,
le"talngl'olgIL '
i-rleasaul ; ., s"
l I for Graves had give ; ofthe laws of health, experience.Infauali ried.
borrow meat : the
last evening ; Balis In lolH I, agreed the terms of apprentice For iniestigation __
mountain coopers upon I
<< from the died night party before last! : Milton I and j they had nothing but hides ; all are entirely I I ship, all wont at it in earnest. .In process and its preservation", I hat each bone, muscle, ..n of Uamil-In the reign of The best way, says a Yankee paper to rise 1'.
Williams I but little .- our are I of }have what it needs, I in the world no\v-a-dajs is to get on a barrel of :
Noah started for Donner's eight days ago ; not out of meat a u han lid..s of tune," tbeoung cooper became master nene, and tissue may just Queen; ,\nnt a M.; Potter owned one of the i is :: :,
I all eat hut with God's help spring barrelas intellectual must be called iuio : and with it. N. B. No yeast :
nearly make good a man's Northumberland, go up
up could
1 returned think they are lost in the snow. I hi3 trad', and as powers best estates in the country of four f):

yet;Snowed last night: ; thawing today will SIOI"Ilil. upon uI". any other cooper. He went and] told Mr. active exerciie. I in But he acquired such a passionfor required. a-
Dec. 19- I' EI i '
wind northwest, a little singular for a Fob 12-Wann, thaw)' morning.Feb. G. that he bad graduated with all the honors of Grind a bushel of wheat and use for mi gaining lam.., that, at a single hazard he st.ik- Sincerity does not consist in speaking your .t
; morning but cold. Buried his business bread the white superfine flour, After this mind on all occasions, but in doing it when
I-rilt his craft, ali was ready to set up ; king oily very cd and, lost his house and lands.
thaw.Dec.. 20 Clear and pleasant ; :Mrs Reed ;Milton in tbe} snow ; John Denton not "cii.leh. at which the old gentleman appeared much and get little besides the starch in the I, was done, and as he was going out of the silence would be censurable! and falsehood in 11

from ;Milton jet ; Charles 10-Morning cloud) until nine o'clock, \ gratified, and told him to make three (the best grain)01, losing most ofthe muscle and brain I gaming house, he turned about and insis'ec! excusable. i.-
here ; no account then cleared] oil' tsarnm. %i rs. rllloed to I Ii elements in the "middlings It is i in with Mr. Barrett,of the Dublin Pot is anU to
could iPi had .r-1
Burger set out for Donners' ; turned back, unable i I barrels be get up. Tht young cooper I forming 1 ihe person he hcenjlaving for which
tough times !but not discouraged I give Mrs. an)bides ; put' uters'g pack- i selected the choicest materials, and soon put I II I the later tint the chernUt finds most of the should give him one chance to recover his estate publish a life of Daniel O'C"nnf'l ,

to our proceed hopes; arc:in (;Jod ; Amen. I hides on her shanty and would not let her have I in shape and finished his three barrels, and gluten, bone earth, sulphates! and chlorides.As .-. or fight with him. He proposed that his he has been collecting materials during seventeen 4 i

; from them. I the old count the stormed of all the higher order of animals and loose he had years.A r 1
Dec. 21-;Milton got back last night: i iI wheelttthem up to gentleman's. I carriage! ,the trinkets money with ;
Donners' sad news ; Jacob Dormer, Feb. 10-Commenced to rain last evening : ting.room. Ir. (J. said the hare'were first contain hydrochloric acid in some (form, in his pockets( his house in the city, with his most remarkable fact in connexion .
camp ; and turned to snow during the night' all ron-: elements of common ,) the the aphis vastator is. that it avoids liquid sugar
i I ofthe valued
Samuel Shoemaker Khinehearl and Smith I I rate, and demanded the price. (one sal plate! and furniture, should bo at a ccr- other than ,!

dead the rest of them in a low situation ; j: tinned until morning ; weather changeable, I One dolar." replied the clerk, is as low I !separation: of this in boiling makes: breadofsupert'mnc !! tain sum, and played for, at a single stake.- ; ; the honcy-dewr of plants is no .'
arc ; then showers of bail, will weaken digestion i this secretion. "
: light: all flour likely to 1 his running the :
south-west. SII..llile.
I friends tried to
with can by. His i prevent ,
as
mowed all night, a strong .1 and .
wind. { at times. \.e all feel very unwt'l; tlC snow I Cheap enough," said his employer ; I' and induce co.th'llt.!! ..1 little salt may hazard ; but he could not be persuaded. He 44Niggard: "paltry, "poor, the Irish con. .
I is not much less I at present.. il." this defect but what will give to the conducted the winner the epithets applied by
Dec. 23_Clear todali1ton took home getting make out your bill and presenl remedy ; I lost the game. l.e.t then tt'mllitlare to :
all- well at their camp.- Feb. 19-Froze hard last night. Seven I I And now comes the cream of the vhiok.- blood the bone earth, and organized sulphur, I to the door, his coachman that was press of .300 per annum
of his meat ;
this away to; road the Thilt)' las"Pra'l'f5 men arrived ful California, yesterday evening '.I r. (J. drew a check for $20.0(10: ( and han. pholhoru., and! nitrogen, which are i indipcn-I I master, and marched forth, without house Father Matthew. :
Began clay but left tin: part on in the bones, muscles, hi One of the Boulogne steamers has bru.b "c
Almighty God grant the requests of: with provisions, greater din,; it to the clerk-cooper cllosed with these rl'ptr: the waste i: or home, or any means of support. He'! then .
; for this I brains of of live foxes of French production
the it is clear and warm tendons, membranes, nerves, and : in cheap part a number
sinners I way. To-cay woids : : retired to an obscure'! lodging a Louis
unworthy Dec. 24-Kaincd all night and still continues I region ; some ( the I men have gone to Don i 44There, take that, and invest! it in the best the system ? A reryiittie of the bran may be i'I of I the town, and became a waiter at a billiard for sale in this country.. We trust ft.
ners' they will start back on Monday. unfortunate and removed without injury, but the canal bhoult'I assistant at alivery Philippe is not amongst u!
for kind of comfort, I camp ; ,I way and if you are table, and an occasional much f
; poor prospect. any I Feb.) t-Tbe Calilbrnians: started this I II/p possible, have a good trade to fall back upon be eaten with the white starch called superfine I stable. In this miserablecondilion, exposed The Yankees in this country are a- .&;'
temporal.Dec. you with Wenhani
spiritual or 1 in number, some in avery all whom mused with our acquaintance :
twenty-four at ( flour. of those tLake
living and taunts
morning ullord good
snowed will a
yesterday, which you I lo jeers
23-Began to snow tll i ice from such a district i i is scarcely ;
with of the
started i
Mrs.; all the as
weak him
stat ,
extremelydifficult ; Kieshurg In making cheese nearly sugar : "hj' supported; an old friend met
and rapidly ; times. he once j
all snows yet ]
night States.A
offered our to I them. and left Kicsburg here, unable to o.- .---- -- milk is !lost in the wlH'e arc aware of and! him ten guineas. Five of these hespent known in the
to find wood ; prayers I Buried Pikc's child this morning in the snow ; CAMPAIGN.- this ; still gave With the bone, said to have been the heel bone of
the is NOTES or THE sTCnuI.While \ the fact that the pigs or cows get in procuring decent clothing.
God this, Christmas, morning ; prospect that Edward IV., and to have been pilfered !:
in II im. it died two lava ago. : one of Co) Irice', Iath'swith ''we want every housekeeper to know I remaining five, he went to a common gaming reported .
appalling, but we tnist II Froze hard last night ; to-day ) the into baked Indian then from his coffin, was exhibited tho last j
Cleared yesterday ; continues" Feb. 23- tho :Mexicans und rn I two (IWO Is ufnew milk made a house, and increased them to fifty lip
27 ; .
Dec.
feet deep wood growing pleasant and thaw}; has the appearance of I campaign last wintor was; going on, a bombshell I II rice,or bread pudding, arc worth a great i went among his old associates, and won meeting of the Antiquarian Society.In t
nine ;
clear ; snow all hut the snow ; wind southsoutheast. fell some than the milk would satisfied Rome, where they still use twenty.fburhours
felled sinks into the spring, cl.'el' I with the fuse lighted, among deal more as food for man thousand pounds. But he was not "
scarcer ; a tree, when at., Shot a dog to-day, and dressed his bouses behind which wer'hiddcn. a hal: ozen be if made into cheese or butter. \ t ty with. thus recovering what he had lost-enough} time, the Pope has ordered the public 'i'

; snow, and is hard to be got froze hard Mexicans. They saw the queer-looking: thing If rOt families would consume a little 115"huter make him rich as long l as he lived. He clocks to be adapted to the common Europeantwelve L'i

Dec. 30-Fine, clear morning died ;last eveningabout flesh.Feb.. 23-To-day Mrs. Murphy: says the rolling towards !thf'ni, and without knowingwhat and fat I, and a little more sugar, molasses I to the next day, and lost it all. After hours reckoning. Tcmpora mutanJur.

last night ; Charles Berger wolves are about to dig up the dead bodies a it was, oue of them picked it up for examination or honey, the wants of nature would be I returned in abject poverty he died During a trial the other day between two
many: j
t 10 o'clock. we, with I: round her shanty, and the nights are too coldto -his comrads gathering round.- better provided 1 for.' Be.careful never to overload 11'in; beggar years, at a penny-lodging house, Frenchmen at one of the Paris tribunals, itiias
of the
Dec. 31-Last year may i a old white horse had been 1
hear them howl. from hand toI it II the shown that an
but it weaken
better watch them, we can For a few moments passed ] the stomach, nor presence Giles.
the help of God, spend| the corning year times in ; plenty of still ami! then oxploI substance.) Bewareof I in St. painted" a fine iron gray, in order to give him :..
a hare the ', which we propose Indo Fel;. 20-Hungry camp I I hand, the fuse" burning of U indigestible Pl'rlnp some of our readers wi!! say they .

than, if we it is the will of past the Almighty: to delixcrus bides hit the folks will not eat them. ;, we eat I tl.cl, killing two or three, and scattering, .thll I, niello green corn, unripe (fruit, and too I would have stopped, when they got the twenty :young look.Daring .

dreadful situation ; them with tolerable glutlpplltt.lall" be to !.I I on the t groundariouly WI'II'I-I: much meat t. whether nail, or fresh. Neitb- :i thousand pounds. I remember hearing of Feat. The American frigate Macedonian .1-

from our fair present, but cloudy; wind cast b\" "\II"n'l; tie \lmigbty God.tmlrs.; Murphj said here, For a moment, all was Mill : at length one follow cr woik too much nor be guilty of the vice I a party: ogirls and boys, who got a sleigh,and formerly l conquered from Ibis country .': :

Morning storm snow storms I jcsterday, that she thought she "llml commence I less badly hurt than the* othersentured of laziness, under time pretence that j on are drawing it up a steep hill on the crust, all got I I and now sent over here with a gratuitous sup. '

look dreadful like another to ui the snow snow at present; is i very I on 'I Milton and eat him ; I c.! not think to raise his head und look round : sick.; (but study at least two hours each day. I in it and set it a-going down the bill.! It took ply (provisions was waiting at the tail of. t ;'

are ; she has done so jot : it is dUtrosMng. TheDonners 0( racias a Bios !" be exclaimed; 44tu me Beware of all quacks, whether honurpalhic, a fine start and was going bra'cl.on, whensudJenly thp bank on the 'Jllh ult. when the Queen arrived :

deep. I I told the Caliliri\, folks, four clays has salvado tie los infierno.s Jamas quierrcrnirar I allopathic, Thomsonian or what not ; but I it a tree and was dashed inpir.ces. ) in the Clyde. Just when the Queen's : :
Jan. 1, 1947-We (pray the God; of mercyto tin; dead all and strc time ....
ago that they would commence on a los cosas uxtranas otra: vez trust much to temperance in things: I boys and breaking some steamer wac about to pass Jactdlnian.

deliver us from our present calamity last, if it be |'I people if they did not succeed that day or next Which, trnslat.d, ml.'all'about this : daily ablution of the whole Loy.-encst ofiheir bones. Why. didn't they., stop, after \whilst cannons \tf roaring from the shore t: '

his holy will. Commenced Knowing lIight\\ in finding their cattle, then ten or h\.h e feet Thank God; you haw la'.ell me from the Fanner.Yobk. they had enjoyed a fine slide, before coming every direction, and the atmosphere resounding -

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and snows a little \et ; provision under the snow, and did not know the spot nor devil ; I shall never wish to look! at strange ---- to the tree ? For the same reason that this with he huzzas ofthe mulitmM, two !:
scant ; dug up a bide from under the now yesterday it this. l'radeaeam.-It is no unsual spectacle i observed on (,
near it ; they have dfnt t.r' things another time did not where he had won his seamen were Loar : i.can
stop
; have! not commenced on it yet. Feb. 28-One solitary Indian passed by -- -- in France to see men of(the most distinguished gambler: thousand pound They gol a going frigate, the one coolly silling on the summit :

Jan. 3-Fire dining the day ; freezing at. yesterday ; carne from the lake ; had a heavy A clergyman in Scotland desired his bearers families f engaged in trade. But it is i twenty '* and so did he. A nd so of the forelop-royal. ant the other on the f '
night Mrs. Reed talks crossing the mountains I five or six roots to call one another liars, but when titled advertising and cuu1l'l stop ; third ai. !
; pack on his back ; gave me never not often we see a personage if you take the first step mizentoproyal masf. Immediately ;;
_. _.. 1 will you
with her children... tasted ( ', likea said thing that: was not line, they all time r the t ho :
resembling onions in shape ; tll' any one a his wares with pulling flummery Ot hill. or was observed mounting minmr ;
the gambler's
like down
Jan. 4-Fine morning, looks Elliott spring and: sweet potato, ful of tough little fibres. ought to whistle. One Sunday, he preached any of our most impudent quacks. The Vis. I II. N. also ran up the rigging to the toprol mast, :.
Reed and Virginia, Milton this the of lie( loa\es ( ( -.- and then standing :
Mrs.: March 1- men arri\'cc morning a sermon on parable count uV. B-thus adcrtisl's-u My en. which he nimbly nscnlt. 1

flita'miams: Marled a short time ago left with the from Bear Valley, with provisions. We are lithe ; and being at a loss bow to explain it,, comics h have given up business ; but ]I Confession.-The Mexican Minister" of on its very top one rot, he deliberately .; ,

of crossing the mountain ; and cache ur the loaves were not like these now. J the the Affairs defends the armistice upon waved three limes round bis '
the hope Reedto to start in two or three days, he said; have have still, on contrary, Foreign took off his hat, it i

children here; it was difficult for Mrs. goods here. They say the snow will remain a-clays, they were as big as the hills in Scot. largest, the most magnificent, the best stocked the ground that it will save their capital" ] from dead" and gave a cheer to her Majesty. A j'
with them. had scarcely pronounced the word establishments of 44 assault" and violent occupation. This i" of the
part till June. h\nd. He the most distinguished eaman on hoard one Queen's ship ip
Jan. C-Eliza came back from the mountains Wlltl lie heard a loud whistle. mine in France. Ksell my wines in bottles,, :confession of Gen. Scott's power to assault was next seen ascending to the summit f

yesterday evening, not able to proceed ; The above mentioned ten men started) for What's that sid he, who calls me a in casks, in half-caskvin quarter casks. I sell and to occupy, if he had desired. It is, too. Topmast ; but when he had nearly reached the JiU

the others kept head. the valley with seventeen" of the sufferers ;- I liar ?" them cheap,and they arood. I put no water about the first evidence of rationality we hiive. op, he was to appearance ordered down by
Reed
morning; Mrs.\ miles and snowstorm I Me Donald, the baker. if please, come and yetfundtime Mexicans exhibiting.-BaltimortSun. conceive, }.
Jan. 8Vrrlcohhhis they travelled 15 a severe It is Willy in them. Come, yon in officer, who very prudently, we .
I and the others came back, could not find their came on ; they left fourteen of the emigrants 44 Wool "'ilf what objections h8 ye to taste them. Come see,taste, 'mpare.judge. rountermanded the imitation ofa met brave '

I way on the olh !r side of the mountains ; theyha I the writer of the above journal and his what I 110M 'i c.") If you can't come, write, and I will attend l jyour is the title given to a 'ind daring! : ,but certainly: a very foolish feat.-

vc nothing but hides to live on. family, and succeeded in getting in hut three None, master John, only I wanted to orders." And so the Viscount puffs SETTING a man-trap Rnglish Paper. "

Jan. 10-Began to snow last night ; still childicn. lieutenant Wentworth immediately knaw what sort ofovens they had to bake thoseloaves away for the space of half a mortal column. picture of a very pretty young lady arrangingher Point not at the faults of others with a fowl ,

continues; wind wct-nortb-wet. I went to a ; they had eaten three in ?1" What a sensation it would create to see a curls at a mirror. !

Jan. 13--Shl\\'in fast ; snow higher than I of; their number, who had lied from hunger into Lord Viscount" ofthe United Kingdom puf. Great numbers of females'are employed a* finger. idle he will borj )71.
horse-radish put devil catches
feet deep cannot Woodwork's A spoonful of ncraped the Necker and Danube and Pragve If the you
it must bo thiituen ; the remainder in that stylo. navvieso.n
the shanty ; dreadful and fatigue ; of milk, will keep it sweet many dayi flag away Dresden I Mire to put }oti to work. 4'
I get wood. this morning ; it u a part brought in. On th 29th of April, 1847- ,\a above pan the He that injures one, threatens an hundred. and Railway

'turht for us to look upon. the last number of : party was brought to ordinary
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1 FLYING ARTILLERY.: supported by the New York regiment, the 9th, 1"01 the Pennsyletnian.. THEJJ.OEIDIANj"LIT Our neighbor of the Sm/int ha* I clawed off" in The Whigs of Ihe Unionised to Jheir br.thm

A late number of the Nashtille Banner contains and part of the 12th and 1!th, who ,'er expos GLORIOUS ACHEVEME1'iT FEDERALISM his assertions about the revenue receipts, and the in the State of Maine to/ ire them a decided ,

t the following communication upon the ed to the samed}ng-r and hharedlhe same glo. When a party asks the people lo trust them Governmental expenses .t Ihe, very point hne we dancy in the House aTRepresentative, at aschh.'
the
WE.
US A LO
flying artillery, which interests us not so much ry: while on the right f.fthe field other divisions with the government of a great country, it o-- -- - -- -- uIete he would. We had so cornered him, that l e ion of Corgre.W w hen the smoke bad bex

i by the light: it throws upon this formidable of the army were engaged, all of whom did I ought to be able to point to its acts, and prove Saturday October 2, 1847. there was but one loop-hole left for him to creep nycrand the 0 l.dand wounded eoented 1 be lon*

. '! ', weapon of modern warfare, as bj the interesting their duty g.ill.intly. Hut' we have been in. by its past conduct that it is worthy of being out of. From his known mode of wnae. we looked behold, Ihebatile had proven a Cerro Gordo, aD

', historical reminiscences intermingled duced to notice the South Carolina regiment confided in hereafter. The federal press are FOR IEPREENT.\TIVt. FROM LFnxB. : for him to spring directly into if, and sure enough to their }h el-thf'y were totally routed,horse aftj ir

't! with it : particularly! because it has become fathiona. shy on this score. They never revert to what F. Whltner I A. E. out he goes, but he scrambles through with such a and dragoons The prospect of a foot
Maxel i i.
In the Banner of the 27th, I notice an ac. the in th %s.; days with some lo turn up I th+Mr they hare done, but deal only in promises of L. O'B. Branch |r bungling grace,that we can scarcely: resist the temptation "" < which for a while bad filled majority them Con!
of call the South Carolina chiv. what they trill do. This is great injustice tothemselves Patrck Smih. with TJ
14 count of the introduction flying arier. a nose at wbatlbt'y to irflrt upon him a flagellation which is i s of seldom-possessed and is
-- power, caused
: an arm in tlw military service of airy. ; for the broxv of Federalism is Change lu the Mail Arrangement. known in plantation and schoolroom parlance aspaddlinR. -, their heartfelt to them ia

: b lares. The statements there made are ho ---- wreathed xvitli: a large number} of blushing; MONTICELU MAIL-Arrives Tuesdays and Thurs- But we forbear. We leave him to e what they would{ overflowings do when inadvertently lpe.vof

doubt true ; Iu it is royally true that the late HOW TO MAKE MONEY.Don't honors. The members of that party being days!, by G, A..M. Closes Sundays and Thursdays, ridicule his own position must excite in thejnlnds was thus suddenly and Congress assembl ied},'
be startledV I have no rule by modest will recount a few of unexpectedly dissipated(
R. of Halifax N. C. we
W.
Gen. D"oiElhEn excessively at i<, 1 I'. 1.NEWPORT of those who may have watched thislittlecpntroversiy. note.like the u..generous viper, warmed JifeLtoo
which all make If bad, we into
can wu achievement.
: called the attention of Internment to the money. their Wednesdays
our MAIL-Arrives Monday, is worth pursum further.-
-, know several who would theirhands framed {the Con. The matter hardly confiding humanity they turn upon these
that
subject early! in 1901, on his return from gentlemen try 1. In the Convention and Friday, by 7, P. M. Closes Tuesdays, Thursdays We shall, however, briefly reply to/ffis rejoinder, had drirtR to give power, and 1h*
at it. But we mean how some people stitution of the United Slates, they advocateda "gnash theirthem
'o France, where he had beonMinister.. and Fridays at t S, P. M. and then the subject may rest, unl.s our ourcotempora teeth" and "gnaw their with
a The iJt.uct of Gen. Davie, in Paris, was make money. system of government resembling: that of and hay the tongues" nre
'. the rt des Qiseans-it* front looking on Some limo since-n' t very long-a man England, several of them declaring that the The Klectlon on Monday.We ry insists upon the achool-bny leory, heap upon their unsuccessful compatriots in Main*

the Hote de Man."-where the that very plainly! dressed, with rough looks, and rather corruption of the British government was the hardly deem it necessary to remind our friendsof last blow. every epithet which can convey to their mind how
Champ troops
under in the fashionableline next. First, then, the Stntinil says that the COt cf the utterly detestable i is a democratic
compromising best of it. of Monday
l fought the famous battle of f were daily part the importance a general rally on triumph Qt
trained all the recruits, and not exactly indicative of a man of 2. They tried to insert in the same Constitution We have hitherto been defeated in this County not I Mexican war i is an ittfn which is embraced in the tin in Federal eyes The New York Tribvn tl

20,000)) under(at the cast direction raw of Napoleon and say wealth, walked into the office of Mr. Belmont, ( the power to create a National Bank, so much from a want of numbers, as from the (act expenses of the Government. S it i is, but has he whirhxxas the more anxious for xvhig i mac '"

of the Rothschilds in New York. lie the audacity to> imagine even that this press, or any in Congress because of its extreme notions'1
i his favorite inelu'ling Lannc, Iu- agent but was voted down by the demo;rats. that; many good democrats ah-ient themselves from Tory

t roc, Ace., Ax.ManIals The drills and reviews was a stranger, and the broker raised his eyes :3. After the adoption: of the Contitutiol the polls or at most make. not a tithe ot the efforts other press- could assert that this or any other tariff reference to the Mexican war, raves most furious(
y
werE
inquiringly, as much to what business without such construed its .. Were exert ourselves do could supply the Government with funds to, meet at their defeat, and denounces their failure
in the immediate vicinity, and in fron' of Geu.Davie's a say power, they away [ the opposition. we to as to Baiaardlylreaherousand
hotel. His taste led him to notice had he ? plain xx-ords, and established a National Hank! the Whig, we could redeem old LEon. Let us put then aon/inrry expense consequent upon tnevia one o t two members 3"doaI ,

r the tactics and training of the Sir," said the stranger, can you draw a in violation of it. forth the effort on Monday next. Let us be united wipl Mexico ? When we speak ol the ability of a infamous r and this respectful language

s attentively bill of exchange on Berlin or Amsterdam for 4. carried the funding and the which dear to riff to meet the wants of Government, calculation by others, North and South. Whit ehod
troops, and their splendid success induced him They system for in this, nest to principles are say! rime Wu .
to place! a high estimate on the value of the r/V thmlfaltdlor.t thereby corrupted, the Congress, many: : of whose our hearts, is the grand I secret of our success. On r are only made for the ordinary expenses of the state. ington correspondent of the Raltimc.u Patriolari"

French system of artillery. Mr. supposing the man wanted it members, having large certificates of public opponents are not animated by attachment to/tncir in f time of peace-no man in his senses look or exppcts ter well suited for thecolumnsol' that paper ? jj"

I for some broker who had sent him, said : debt for enriched themselvesby for the extraordinary outlays to be provided what he of the
Gen. Kosciusko, in the war of our Revolution ] bought nothing, political faith-fur what is their faith ? 1 ere are says poor unfotunate
: was an officer in Pulaski8 Legion, then Yes, I can draw you such a bill, but who their own votes, at the expense of tho gov. many amon them who discard that forvrfi'ich theyso for by a tariff. When it ia said, therefore, that the Oh, I have no sort of patience with, or for

Lincoln wants it ?r" ernment and its honest creditors. withus receipts under the lariff of IS 15 are sufficient to defray 8ood-for.othing Whigs! .1 am only th"a
of the but sorry
t forming a part army : nobly battled in IS 1-1, are theyxiiot now of such
Cola] Davie was attached to the same command.In I 1JJ1 like to get it on reasonable terms," 5. They proclaimed that I public debt was in opposition to the-tariff of 1 12 ? Still they the expenses of Government,reference of court* whig ments a a statesman high reputation, as George and Evan brilliant acquire.

and then said thl ni om. a public blessing: because they wanted) to ere is only had to the ordinary demands in time of peace. them When resides a.
1900, !Koiciusko was an cxit resided call themselte Whig, and vet/ fo the men put out mong the glorious} old Zachary
in the vicinity of on the arrival "You," said Mr. (Helmont, surprised, JOU ate such I debt as a soutre of private profit. by the wire-pullers in their ranks. Principles do I was in this way that the Expreuspoke of it. 1 lor takes the Presidenliol l chair I shall Tal.it?

of the General at the French capital, cannot want such a bill !" G. They passed the Alien Law" to drive, not urge them to this but the force of party lies is was in this way that KI. ( of Georgia, EVANS, of point to raise those my feeble voice against his conferring mak a

called to see him-when old recollections re. Yes 1 do ; and I"suppose if I pay for it you from the country, men whose opposition, the the lash which kelps Itm at work in the whig tra Maine, WEBSTER, of Massachusetts:: (the latter of line!upon!" who call themselyesthelybi" of

newed those which the remembrance have no objections. [President desired lo get rid ot: / whom endorsed the twenty million opinion of the :
feelings ces. Union and atlivity, then, on our part, may Richexceedingly! juicy !
t 'i Certainly not-have you the money ?1" 7. ) the "Sedition Law" and other Glorias. incentive to
Thoy to Senator, distinguished
passed ) op-
cf and alone many
peril suffering can produce.Gen. scn.in many Xotes whchould:: others ise be lost :line increased exertions in the
Davie expressing his admiration of Ye! sir ; what are your terms ? muzzle the press, and destroy tho freedom o fI poncnts ofthc present tanffspokeof it. I Uaclea Whig causeTreasury
to us. Our cket is every way worthy} of our ardent pap from the hands of "glorious .
and the bill old
the
Mr. Belmont stated terms, Zachary
offered speech. evasion nf the whole matter on the part four neighbor Taj-
the French Kosciusko to / us b<' to\v this it, and the ( lor" and this
ariln' support. .t upon too, to be fed
and for. 1'henthe res"l from
was drawn, purchased, paid 8. They the } idea. a poon or a la-
appointed
draw up for a atise on flying artillery. I mid-night judges ; nf th ,Il'ction on Monday will be sure to b far dif- lo impute to us or the Express a contrary die, in proportion to their
closed Mr. Belmont zeal in the
This he did ; and when finished bent it with transaction was wa fastening upon ihe public treasury, in opposition .t from anything we hare seen since IS 15. The unreasonableness of!such a notion i is: enough to Hut how ranks of federalism '
curious to know how such a man came by such to the will horde of life-officers. fem unfortunate it would be the
public a weak to
a letter ; was among the papers of the general excite a smile of pity for any one enough old" i
a sum, and he inquired his history. The man 9. established! in 1800 Hanknmt glorious gentleman himself should net }
They
at his residence in Chester, S. C. where a Agricultural Statistic, Seeds, bc. {entertain so absurd a supposition. .aT

be tied in 19:20, and] is probably in possession informed him that he was a German, who had I Law, which, like that of )1911, was a fruitlu We learn the Hon. E. Dunne: Commissioner of Our neighbor give u* no sitUfaction. about Ihe he the privilege of clolirg out tie porring-r Unless
to this sonic ten or twelve / should avow himself an out-and-out
come country
instrument of fraud and Whig ard
of his son, F. \V. Davie, at this lime. years injustice. the Patent Office, has i issued a Circular to the free trade ppershih have manifested con terna
of this treatise before to try his fortune ; that the manufacturing 10. They attempted lo i in the House 01rm signify i a willingness to cast himself the politic
Gen. Davie a cipy on I CIc (ion lest the for the fall upon
revenue
gave cers of the .\ in Mexico, uf which a copy is given present year Ih,1 cal
of Iticifor matches was then just t begun, 'atef as such there is not the
artillery to the administration of Mr.J Jefferson, of Representatives, AARON HcR an apostate below. For his attention to the agricultural interests below that of the last., I i i. true, he cites us to an rmolet probability

and about the same time a copy to General, and that, foreseeing they would come into gen. I traitor, instead rf JiM-EUoxy'a: pure patriot, ol the country he i is certainly entitled to extract from the New YOlk Herald in his paper of that he will ever occupy the White ]louse:'
eral use, he immediately commenced the manufacturing who indicated the The signs of the times in this I
Macomb and at the time Nation- was clearly as people'schoice. respect cannot railtaken. -
then Capt. the 21st ultimo. We have examined that extract b
This i is perhaps of more importanceto (
of matches and the tide lommellli/n. However
by taking / much some few whigs !
at Rocky Mount, South Carolina. I but of (he consternation alluded to may prate
none
Florida than other State of the Confederacy.The cgrisee
in its flow, had in less than ten made After JKFJKR any about .glorious old Zachary .
Artillery was iiitrodjced into the years 11. ON election, as well asbefore Taylor, they as a party
Filing : Has mistaken the
similarity t.f( climate between a great portion of not our cotemporary whig comments -
more than sixty thousand dollars, and was now it they slandered him and intend him no good. He Eras seen
French service while Napoleon was yet a night day, the for through their
and this immediately following extract remarksby
Mexico State i is that we doubt not
he returning to his native country to enjoy it without meant luch. entire and hence his refusal to .
subaltern but on his obtaining justly % decency, or reason. 10'ement. lend himself
; power of the vegetables, fruits, plants, shrubs, &c., of Ihe Herald himself? Besides, were we dispII.dto
estimated its value and greatly increasedthat This is an example of accumulating property I 12. The/opposed JKFFIKSO\'S measures lost to their schemes. Should defeat again blast
admit all claims for his witness he
Mexico will lure. There in in our neighbor ,
arm of the service. Some of your read- t not so much by industry, as by sagacity anda though t Uffjy were wise, just and necessary ; grew are many use their hopes of power in 15.1, the refusal of General
has told of but one'( trade hereas he had
little from fortune. Mexico as Edibles that we hare not, and different lee paper \
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not that Pulaski was a Pol. help and wire especially laid themselves out to Taylor to be their candidate will beurged astbedias-
er may recolec varieties of said there were which manifested consternation -
ish nol failing iu a competition Many years since, when a boy we passed thwart him in his efforts to make England do some we have. many trous cause, and he,too, with the poor defeated coonsin
Heiks Pcnn. When the There are Officers in Mexico who should take ," and the one cited does not t bear the testimony
for the throne, became an exile, came to this through county sun us justice. Maine, will be denounced as dastardlytreae4-
early in the Revolution, obtained a was setting, in the beginning:of July, we stepped I 13. They entered into a conspiracy I to discmember some inlf"t in Florida who have many friends asked for The fact is,our neighbor should be more "OUi and infamous f Sad is (federalism alias
country here and! who think, be induced in his off-hand assertion, and not seek to
commission from Congress, and joined the in the family carriage, (remember, the the Republic, and place the Eater might we pay particular whiggeiy. ,
Southern Two Poles, both of railroads were not in the imaginations of men, Stales under the protection of England. particular attention to m in this regard Many slips bolster up a rotten cause b,putting word:in others
army. young
that could be sent to Florida and will if sent mouths which they' are far from breathing.In of the Florida
noble birth, ZelinvUj and Kosciusko, followed and stages were very rare ) at a very good, 11. They got up the Jlaifford Convention, planted very Departure Hattallon.
his fortunes. Zelinski died in the hospital in well built: house, which might be staled a FarmHouse and approved of its treasonable purpose. to the Patent Oflicc: at Washington} probably be lost. reference ::0 our figures, our opponent discourteously We are indebted to an esteemed friend at Pensa-

Charleston, where Gen. Davie was at the time Hotel. Near we had passed the 15. In the diplomatic controversy between Sovuth scuds and root*-there are many adapted onlyto interposes his neHr-ending doubts-the last cola for the following particulars of the departure of

confined from a wound received at the battle fields of the farm, covered with thick standing j the United Slates and England: which preceded our State, that will not grow in any other part of resort of :defeated adversary. And vet he tells us the two Companies of Volunteers. from Florida,

of Stow which afl'vrded him the melancholysatisfaction wheat, and in the !jnidst t of it women as well the war they did their i best to disgrace the Union. Why send them to Washington to be that it the revenue does not considerably ( ceeJ Captains KELLY'S and LIVIXGSTO.VS,) in the ifea-

of sharing: in .the sad unties to as men-:ir!< and matrons-were gathering I their own country, and to encourage England I dijtiibutcd. to us'ar' ,ain ? Why not send such directly that ol t the last t year of the tariff of b!.>, it w"i greatly mer Ann Chase, for Vera Cruz :

one dear to him for his noble qualities and in the golden harvest, and wheat was more in her course of insult and wrong, II proclaiming I to es ? We Iflarn I that gentlemen interested have have disappointed all our anticipations What PE-VSACOLA", Sept. COtb, IS47..WfMrj. .

long buffering. Kosciusko returned to Poland than a dollar: a bu>hel. Everything about the through their presses, thatrlricJ) could! written Officers making uch req'iist. We will dart of tlunrnerv is this ? Il says he will be disappointed Editors: Presuming that you a\el a

and became the general of his countrymen house looked like successful thrift5 we not be kicked into a war. add ours; and as \learn Dr. l llri. ruf Pcnsaeola i if (the revenue is not largely increased' -bu all Floridians, feel a deep and patriotic interest in

in an unsuccessful f l to throw ] stopped, the only being about 10. After the declaration of the war, they S. R.I MAI.HRV, :*'., of Key West, and Gen. T. when we adduce the figures which come up to his the citizens: :of our young Slate that have volunteered

the joke Russia.; lie attempt subsequently returnrd of. himself, who, with his sleeves rolled up, enacted gave aid and comfort' to the British. CROWN and Col:' $+. S. SIBLEV, of this place, have anticipations," he dvttbli, thtm!" And why ?- to represent it in the "tented field," to aid ia

to France, and long indulged the thoughtthat the part of ostler. Just as he was put. 17. Soon after the war, they commenced been named a. agents to distribute them properly in Because he savs.he has seen them in no other print! sustaining: the already glorious achievement which

Poland would be free by the aid ol f ting the !horses up, a neighbor called to him the system of changing their parly name which their \icinil we will suggest that such course be We pas over this petty attempt at reflection upon have crowned our "stars and stripes" in Mexico ; I

France. In this he was disappointed, as ho across the way, they have since followed up I so successfully, pursued. The Collector at St. Marks. \ill forward the character of thi press, and say, flatly, we don't do myself the pleasure of writing you to give you

died not long after the allies took Paris. Mr. 15., will you buy' that land ?" that no rogue ever appeared in the Quarter to this place any directed here. believe him He has access to papers which have an 'inklin;" of their movements.

Pulaski l fell in a charge of his Legion at No, I believe not. I have seventeen thousand Sessions with a greater number of aliases. published those rtry figures The table of receipts The L*. S. Steamer .Inn Chase arrired here last
STATES PATENT Otricc )
the siege of Savannah ; his thigh was shattered dollars to pay next month, and think I 18. They elected JOHN Q.U.UIS in the UNITED}Washington, Sept. I, 1SI7. J from the 1st e>f December last to the luth of July Saturday l>fh inst from New Orleans with Capt. r

if I remember aright, by a grape shot. had better not buy at present." House of Representatives by a trick, cheating Sir : An appropriation was made by Congress, alit referred to h)us, was furnished b, the Secretary 01 Lln G5To. ', Company on board, to join the Com

Ifoilikil: G ICM
Excuse:. sir,the garrulity of age, if you are who had applied untiring industry to the approved all the tomfooleries of the ..ldaumsadmninistration "f itKtics.se di, &.C", with which duty the unijed. and was published in the Charleston .,r T. I II Itlry. morning in the steamer for Vera Cruz in fine
wearied the of this article find cultivation of rich lan'ls:, and time and indus Panama Mission di rinedM ch Supp03int it probable that I which we Anew he reads-and the and heath
at length or Light-houses many varieties of ,(ants ,vegetabtey for field and paper receipts spirits, under the command Capt. WM. W. J.
difficulty in reading my hieroglyphics.SAVILLE.. try, had made these lands a mine of wealth. of tho Skies, Internal Improvements by the .&dtl culture, a!d fruit, not generally known in for July and August at the port of New York, KELLY. A finer body of men could not have been

He had added to his lands, and to his wheat General Government, and all. the Unite-d State: but adapted to the climate of may he found in divers papers with which he exchanges selected,(although few in number one hundred and
fields till a noble estate hy around him but some, if not all o hem, ] in r lexico. I
; slandered
19. They General: ) JACKSO.V, as mat f"lll and the amount collected for the three seventy five, rank and file,) from State then
From the .Montgomery ( !/ ? Flal. pride nor come nigh before had slandered JKFFKRSUV and ( !
of the Jane
they tbo'l ject, and respectt fly to solicit your aid in procuring quarters year ending uO,1517, was published are the pure stamina and grit of the Yeomanry, and
a THESOrTll CAROLINA. REGIMENT. dwelling. Wife and daughter, father and son, caiming''all the decency,' their repeated for this office sm 11 I quantities of sucli seeds and in this paper some time ago and was taken, I no doubt but they \\i do honor to the let us alone"

Nobly has this gallant regiment sustained all were industrious. lie had read and observed :! attacks on the wife of the patriot plant as \"II may deem valuable for culture here, if our memories serve, from the .\Trctiry ; while the State. :faj. Gen. Patterson much! pleaded with

the character of the Palmetto State. The the commandment : hero, brought her to the grave. and which may, i your opinion be suitable to thecliroaltsf amount of revenue for the year 1S46, will b found !.I them. The General and his\\a Aids Lieut. Col. Aber-
blood that was so freely poured out at Camden Six days sbal thou labor, but the seventhis 20. They sustained and the Bank this c ntry. A great benefit may thus -
supported be conferred in AM men paper ot the l'th December IS46. and crombie and Lieut. Williams, bv
upon ie country which will be dulyacknowlNgtd Maj. J
r Kutaw, and the Cowpens, had not degenerated the the Lord thy Go. of the United Slates in all its corruptions, giving wit I the many oilier valuable services of the 31st August, Ibt7 Shame on such boyish Polk, 3 Dragoons went passengers accomranie with them _

in the veins of those who fell at ----- it aid and) comfrt' in every attempt it rendtred R public \the oc,', of the Army gabble! Who will give him credit for honesty The General and suit arrived here few

the bloody storming of the field works of Chu- A Serious Evil.-.\ correspondent of the made to plunder people and the goxernment. and Na\y now em toyed in Mexico The amoun' of after this ? Who \i believe his pretended anti.cipalion expecting to have found the U. S.: steamer days since ff
rubusco. Marion and Sumter arc dead, but Chicago Journal is denouncing the army of the appropriation viii not admit of the payment of Water
? Was this
about increased
not
revenue Witch here, to embark in her
rush prices fin seeds. But U be but not arrived
very r they can having
the spirit that animated them and their felow. grasshoppers that are so abundant on the pra- 21. When the French Government refusedto small quantities: (of the grains, beans, peas &c.got, admission farced from him by the facts in the cae, ,the great anxiety of the General to join the troops "It

soldiers in the days of the revolution, rics this sca on. Tbtdifer from the Euro pay the indemnity, they pleaded the cause sc", half a bushel ach,) at reasonable prices' I will and was not the movement made by him to cover that are waiting for him at Vera Cruz, induced him bi ,.

ues yet to stir the blood of Carolina's sons.- pean, being ( winged like the of Lofis PIIILLIITI:, and poured torrents of pay the rust of pro iring them,and their transporta- his retreat Who will doubt it ? No one, to avail himself of this "I,
No
opportunity. doubt
More than once has Carolina proved her claimto African locust t, and arc the worst kind of those I i abuse on the head of their lion to Ihe United! tate I the same kind of grainor \\e'l but
i gray own patriot i is in this venture, as well acquainted with the course of that what they will be placed under his command and
noi produced ,
historic ( On more than: one battlefield plagues. They are said to have increased I President for daring to jus'icc! frpm a vlgc.thle country supe- But have done with this matter
,
au1. Jl'maUI varieties only re w.uled. They may be directed paper as we at. we proceed forthwith to join Gen. Scott, where perhaps
has she reaped her full share of glory.- very much within the last three years, and foreign king. to me, to the l re of George W.. L'arclay, ESfh| and owe an to our readers for trespassing I thus they will i see whit) they sl.all see" before

And once again has she written her name upon threaten to become a serious evils. ::2:. They carried the election] of 1810 by Pen-arol.i. ; Florida much on a1ol(1' and patience. These little: editorial turn-" the in they re-
Elephant" all its
and illuminated it with the The of these insects ate somewhat their A brief descripti n of the kind of seed) or plant forwarded pristine glory and
page concealing from the public
ravages principles
are far from being agreeable to our .
bhtorJ& to this its soil and modeof squabbles beauty.Our
appropriate ,
best of her sons. On the 10th the mitigated by I ha\l made among them I, and about cabins hard otc
a
tie ) eye raising cry log culture, is ".ircd.I taste, but when our lottmH\rariel.( forgetful of that Naval news i cf so remote date that
South Carolina shared in the labors the low which eat them it a we
greedily
Regiment prairie cider, ram's Ilorl, spoons, dish cloths and am, ery re"pccluly. courtesy which ought characterize the conductorsof know what the
of the day, but they covered themselves thus destroys enormous numbers during the chamber setts. oh''lielt servant.EDMUND in their scarcely Sjuadron is doing in the
professional intercourse,wan-
gulf. The of Decatur
newspapers sloop has
with gloiy at Chumbuscoon. time 20lh. season, and prevent their increase to a (proportionate 2:: They attempted] lo establish another i HLKKK.Commissionti Patents.. only insinuate that we seek to to.impose upon our the Naval war just arrived at
Fur several I Jays before the battle Co). extent. It is recommended in reference United States Hank, although they knew that I of < and : Hospital ; rumor reports her having a
reader pietended extracts figures as genuine, it number ot sick board.
o Butler had been ill but he understoodthat the usefulness of those birds in this on No direct communication
when to the two former were mere engines of
be
will that for
corrup- naturally our own
Commerce of New '"ork.A expected respect been had with
having her we cannot tell to what
the Palmetto that the of them should! be
Regiment was going into particular, killing lion.
characters and that of our press, would induce ns to extent the sickness
action, pale, exhausted, and almost fainting, he prohibited by Jaw until the harvest is ended 21. They established! a Bankrupt Law, by New York correspondent of the WashingtonUnion repel the aspersion in becoming terms. We shall Our prevails.
thai continues
furnishes with the following com- city healthy although we have bad
mounted his horse and placed himself at its I -say I between Februaiy and September. which it is estimated, that honest creditorswere paper make columns
to the medium of
I statement i>t the exports from the port of alendeaor our three or four sudden and unexpected: deaths lately.We .
head for he caused paritive
; was determined while he livedno The grasshoppers have in time past cheated out office hundred millions in
man should take his place. Such a leaderwas the great calamities of famine and pestilence, one New York, from thd 1st January to the 31st August truth, and.er admit anything which we know tobe hope to weather Yellow Jack" and give him
year. for the 1 IS-J5, '46 and '47 the contrary, and shall take care to clear our skirts the by. Thus far have Lltu;
worthy of such a regiment. in the old xvorld. In July, A. I). 591 and 25. They with the President of inclusive, jears : go we escaped although
quarrelled The trarle of this for the of any and every stain which the unscrupulous may our next door Mobile is
Steadily the legiment advanced over the 1543, they ra\'agclla it under military order, their own choice, because he stood between export port current neighbor suffering

ground cut up with ditches} in every direction and. 800,000 men perished by l famine and thewstilcnce. them and the constitution, to save it from vio the year whole will he season large, a beyond on-exhibiting the business, on of attempt to fasten upon us. very seTrely-it seems to be on the increase there.

on the extreme ;left of the enemy's field works They wasted France A. I). 871 lation. former T tt'ainca anneed table exhibits the Nothing but a good frost will destroy the disease.
any jear.
Loco i relies the war in Mexico, and
under a heavy and incessant fire from their and 1612, when their leaders constantly few 20. They were anxious for war while the exports for the first ight months (from January to time famine Focim in Europe,upon to keep rp its popularity, by Truly Yours, ION. 1

Latteries. Every now and then came the i. a day before the host, and marked the.placeto country was peace. August inclusive,) e'>f this and the two previous maintaining. good prices in the country. :.e hope The Elections for

ron shower that lore through the ranks,striking b devoured. These frt appear without 27. The country is now engaged in a war, year : l*.d.: 1816. 1917. he war is drawing to a cole-aOI the famine cerainly Congress.
down the the and the then with and with i is. ((1.) What 'ooism do when its Since the result of the Maine election has been
young, strong, .rave.- wings, two wings, lastly and they do their utmost for the enemy. January', !--tJ07,055 S"tOS. 3tlSsC5February allies, and famine, shall withdraw from
'., Hut fast as they fell l their places fled, four. They were blown into the English Of course, these are mere heads, and intended 1,.iO.033 1.M5.S15 3,404,00'J, the grim concern ?war((2.) Can.it not manage to form a holy ascertained, something like a correct judgment may

and the moans of the dying were channe and were thrown on the beach in simply to hint to the Federal presses how March, 2,317,2''). 1,031S17 3,003,009. alliance with pestilence ?Raleigh Register. be formed of the probable standing of parties in the

the fierce shouts of those who survived to aengo /uch : that the stench caused a pesti- they inighl argue their cause, if they would May April, 2t.O.3 2,170,0!' 2.3W.1S1 2S23r'OS 3./.1),11 3.f)7.Siit. The above is :fair specimen of the wit and satireof next Congress. Of the members already elected,

\ them. Rapidly, but steadily, they stilladvanced A'nce. only throw aside their excessive and unnecessary June, 3l3t,71.: ,( ,,21! 7,1' ,!.M30 the decency" party. We by no means feel the Whigs have III, the Democrats 100, and the

shoulder to shoulder, and with closed The immense(extent of soil, its great pro. bashfulness. July, .I"I/)IJ: 3,035s.T2. fi.SOy.071. attended"al at being called the Lore Focot. What's in Natives 1. There are three States yet to votexvhose

ranks, unfaltering and unbroken. Early in duct h'c I':" and ,diversity of crops, would seem -- --- -- August l, 2,3.13,32( :,li.O:, :" 4,979.1(15! other. delegations stood in the Ia t Ik use of Representatives
? A by will smell
a name rose name
a
any *
;b advance Col. Butler received I a slight woundwhich to forbid the possibility ofa general famine cxr- DISKA.HvS; IN HORSES. -- as follows :

.; he paid no attention lo, a second time : er happening in this favored land. Hut if such 1VtAxNEss.-horses are sometimes in a Thus TotaN it 1'.17It our I 20-r.1,314:thus 37,157/i'jy this sweet." Besides WHIGS. DEM.

he was wounded, and was taken, fainting from should ever be the case, it would most probalily weak and feeble condition, without having any have more appears than doubled those exports cl the corresponding fa year When We take fools it as o.a;panegyric us become!r'satiric. Maryland, .. .. 2 4

the loss of blood, to the re3r.s soon as he be brought about by the agency of these real disease. They should have food'of a period in 1S45- and nearly doubled those for the Mississippi, o 4
ile he" the is
war a drawing to a close"Well Louisiana .
moderato exercise and careful fcaine period 1 in <; The increase will still says hopes \ 3
ic-cmeicd, however, he insisted on taking his terrible scourges. good quality, .I.-li appear
we hope so too, the shoe-maker said when
more s-triking, we compare with the entire experts a
in front foot for he was no ---- grooming, with occasionally a dose of some
place again on ,
I of For 3 II
previous j cars. thepast four xearthey he pressed hid scolding wife lips together with the
longer able to sit on his horse. At last, a C'/ovp (Jlarlcs.can h'llL better story bitter\infusion, and plenty of salt. were as follows : >incers. vacancies there are two-one in Ohio and" one

1 I mu&ket.bat struck him on the head, killing him than that, I felt prettyconsiderably \'F s.-Tul"r at first: soft and indolent! IS 13 :.!.5i.tl in Michigan which will both be filled by Demo
To the first
) question propounded, we answer
( :
day, an-1) 1 the under the skin and which havea Ibll ? ,i3G,73'J I
instantly. Two c ,lor-b 1SI 2'.+ That we will, with tears of gratitude give praise toGO jet as
I hucccssively, when Lieut. Col.,Dickimon took ightniuji rod hand over hand, as high as the tendency to become hard, and increase in : ,112,0,11s16 the last
1 2l..t'?,>|-> that He the people of these United States Congress, there will be 114 Whigs, 113
t ) ui> the color and bore them at the bead of the ane. I had a frt rale prospect up there- size indefinitely-the only sure method of cure gave Democrat*, and 1 Native. The House numbers 223
the to subdue an and treacherous
r regiment until he too was severely wounded. but that aint all : thunder cloud came over, i is to cut them out. This may bo done safely, power aggressive
Relief for New Orleans members,and 115 is therefore The Native
1 and endowed them with Christian hearts a majority.
"a Fur two hour the fierce contest lasted, amid and I KIXV it was going ID strike tho steeple, care being taken not to wound a blood vessel, enemy ; to
', if it hits I'm done or other important Efforts are being made in the city of New York to save millions of fellow creatures from starvation. member will have the casting vote between )ylhe
the incessant roar of artillery and musketry and thinks I to mo any par.
: ", until tho Palmetto regiment got near enough up. So I got tyself, when the crack came, 1VINncALLS.-I'ho soft and lympathetic collect money for the relief: of sick strangers: in the (2.) To the second question we answer: Thatwe parties. Should he vote with the Democrat. can

.' ",1 to rush upon the enemy with the bayonet.s .- I gave a leap rcar.v up, let the lightning strike and swellings!, which are generally caused by u city of New Orleans. A collection was taken up on decline foi ming a" holy alliance"with Whigs or tie the Whigsbut he cannot give the preponderance

"t This decided the contest. Ilcforc the fierceness run down, and then caught hold again !" sprain or by hard driving, may be relieved, Sunday the Ruth ult. at St. Bartholomew's Church, LVilmot Proviso men. to the Democrats. The Native member is L. C.

t of the charge: the Mexicans; wavered, --- and sometimes cured by astringent washes, or of which the eloquent Dr. HAWKS is pastor, and the LEVIN, of Pennsylvania. ,

broke and ran. 1)u.iug the fight at Cntreral, J trIJl'10' tar that never srts" by a mixture of barbbor and ammonia in handsome sum of $G00 was collected for this benevolent Early FrostsA correspondent of the Journal of try-Brigs Carry?, Shackford, Emetine, Manwa-

tho 19tb, the Pahnettu Regiment was foru. twinkles rather queerly. Full returns for equal parts, commonly called a volatile lini purpose. The contributions up the 21st ult. Commerce states that severe frosts prevailed in the ring, and Lucy, Csmer, were up at New York on tie

,. mate enough to retake the two pieces of can the House IrU"prIati\lbo! ,. 102 whig, ment. amounted to $2000. We understand that the Ma. Northern and Ncrth Western sections of Massachusetts 22d ult. for St. Marks

nun won by the Mexican at IJuen:=Vista, but 81 democrats, 20 ahltioliotl-a Whig maority WORMS.-It is lo be presumed that the sonic fraternity in this city have taken the same matter on the nights of the 15th and 16th ultimo. The Brig nceattle, Swift, sailed from Boston for St. i

j*..! on the 20th they had the hardest fight, and of o/j." .' Watch. horse is troubled with worms when ho has in hand, and have contributed their mite for the frost was hard enough to arrest the growth of corn, Marks on the 16th ult..ifiehigan.The .

t e i suffered the severest loss, and won the most man's whig count. The Patriot (dem.) counts frequpn attacks of cholic, when he loses his relief of their suffering brethren in New Orleans.It .- potatoes, and vegetation generally. Frost has also

a ,. the same, Ptc.pt\> that it does not allow the appetite and strength without any apparent is a worthy charity. been Itt near Boston, New Haven Buffalo, and in Democratic State Contention,

-' glory.Ve are _not disposed to make any invidious Whigs the Clarendon member, and thereforE cause. He should take bitter Infusions, as --- some portions of Virginia. held at Jackson, Michigan, on the 8th ultimo, nominated -
The late SILAS WRIGHT
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i distinctions, by referring particularly to the gives tl(1 but 101. ',1t )'ea the whig mac wormwoo and tansy, and infusion of Carol! Jr>. is said to have left Judge E. RANDOM for Governor, and WM. F.
the
.
'1 achievement of the South Carol: regiment, jority xx-a 33 The Senate is whig, but ;it i i" na pink. Another excellent vermifuge is properly to amount of only !$1,0.;, A small }Franklin County.-Col. R. J. FLOYI )has: been FERTON for Lieutenant Governor.

j for there were other that fought side by side not clearly: settled t how much the majority is soot from a chimney where wood is burnt, patrimony this lo leave his family alter having devo- nominated by the Democrats of Franklin for the

'1 t with them, that deserved equally wel of their reduced ti.,0 last oar. DeiiHxrralic gain on given in doses of three or four ounces mixed ted the.better part of hit life in the service of his State Senate, and P. I HoBART, Fvq- for the House CCr Will our friends it a distance furnish with

t The South Carolina lPnl was 'rOO -liastvn Pus with warm milk. count iv of Representatives. the election return* a soon ss ix *- il>1c r
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BT J. c. RIDDLE'S rilVA.T EXFRFS.Mbile occasion.] No specific act is alleged t have (09: WE are authorized to announce JESSE ATK1NSON R. H. JbR\DFORD will serve u County Com NEW FANCY GOODS. NEW BOOKS. 'I 1 J U

Register & Journal} Eitr -September :5. been committed b} the General, which might as a candidate for Justice of the Peace of missioner if elected Ann Eliza from New 1'.t1. If .

afford a decent pretext for this ebullition of the Z Justices D "trit. Leon. county,at the election S. F. BUaSf"Y JUSTrtCt"iftdperBtif : i. g. "_

and Important), from tho city of rancor on the CUSTOM HOUSE Prescoft's of Mexico, 3tI volume, ti
the 1
; } Conquest J
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Later contrary, Picayune's correspondent in October next .
J APALACHIOOLA, Sept. is, 1841. HAS: jut received per Brig Henry Buck and i is us .. of Peru 2d I' \, .
Herico-re-commencement of HostilItles always eager to impute faults to offering for sale, a general assortment of ,
\LSwill be received at this Office until!
Col S. Sninaawill Com- PROPOS Notes the North West Territory 1
OCf- serve on
-GEN. SCOTT r IN THE CITY OF democratic ofcers, with or without reason, missioner S a County JT the twenty-fifth (25)) day of October, 12o'c1ock. Fancy Goods, consisting in part of .r on the Parable, ,
( 1.nt
lasno upon General Pillow ; his enemies i th"tr M.. tot building two new Light House and two Superior blk French Satm/Itilitn; printed Cashmere Lardnrr' Lectoff I *,two volumes, 1 1: 5.hlowilt' .

!XCa. 29th admit that he has an uncommon share OWE: are authorized to announce ALFRED Keepers' Houses at Cape St.Elan and Cape St George, Rich Foular Silk, Shawl. Homes of the Pot'I,. two To'oiar! ., I. 11'.1 !
Journal A Mewnger Sept ] Cot re-ipectnehr.I of the following matf'riallf. dimension Rich plaid Ombre Silks, Rich em'd French Clrth Tie Oralmnnf ::
[fr Jlaon pers.milcourage ; and his rood and gallant FISHER as a candidate fur reeJection to the office Horx-Piby Headly. i a t.
.4. Silks. Twilled Shawl ,
to-by'. mail we received a letter from and description, viz : Mosaic plaid WasimingionsnjinjeGeneral'r., b! UradJ,. 2 vnj* "d J
By correspondent at Pensacola furnishing conduct in the attack upon Vera Cruz, and of Sheriff Leon county)et the ensuingelection in TOWERS. Tarlton Silk Cashmere, '.Black CS'bmefShaw] Men, Women and Book, by Leigh limit r,2Yo1ot l I j 4 .
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Our attentive in the action at Gordo Printed Barege, Rich figured bonnet Rib-
angiiiiMr} Ctrro was October next Tupper' Proverbial .
Philoiorfcy,
with the following highly important The loners to be built of hard brick the form 1 .'
us praised in the despdichcs of the commander. round loundations to be sunk Plaid Cashmeres bon. tile of Mrs. Godolphin[ 1\FLemprner'e's "
(JCJ- WE are authorized and r to announce as deep as necessary Rich em'd Victoria robis inside & onfside Flower. it
newsCorrespondence: m-chief to the War \te for the outside Classical Dictionary :O lt
and
ntparrm nl. A man security, and inside courses of .
of ihe Register &Journal who performs actions like these cannot. be SILAS I). ALLEN as a candidate for County Com- brick to be I laid in good Hydraulic cement ; the heightof RichneedleworkidChtm liettes, -M ham Mourning, plaid Gin;' Anloon'. 5. } ,rc lijy, .

S AIm PENSACOLA ) 1 mis-ior for Leon county, at the election in October each lower lo be sixty.fi\e feet horn the surface of Cooper' \ irgif.Phtfeir ;t f3 h'
U by Ins l.-ttere .
| whatever Mourning Collar: Do do. Cashmerea.t.iale '
XAY lucid.: '
trlilr (nlmies next the ground ; their diameter at the base to be twenty- .-. ; -5
), Sept 24, 1S47 j } 0} sav.' of him, anJ the good sense andhonorable ___ ___ two'feet, and at the top twelve teet The thickne"jof Hcaddrf'lSeRich Paris tnped tit Ant'ion' Annabaai. r. tlJt

arrived here at an feeling of the American will the aahlst.thc base to be ( fief and Silk Frmg4, Satin stripe blk Barege Itowsn's: French Reader. jf Jh: '
A merchant brig early people OO- JOHN s. SIJPPAlm, Eb will serve a"County our umfornlyto Ladles' beaver kid r.ro e!. Crape de Lind. Latin .> -
from Vera Cruz not him to tiiik under the two fet 2t top The top is to be IIrl"hed.ln which Zonpl Grammar t. t .' ,.
this morning, 5J days permit load of ob. Commi'. ,ionor, if tcdO Long white Pnlha Cloves, Embroidered Canton Andrew'/ Sloddard'r Latin I ? ; .*:
hour H to he lail J a stone deck fourteen and half- GraonmiffSiir j.t.. : r
oap *
and Deartments which: his -- -- ---- ----
Ihear -
for enemies throw him. and \ictoCrape Shawl I ,
patches : Navy oquy upon Zephvr Royal '-nne'$ fench '
ithdc ,- \\'Hare authorized and r to anno'ince feet diiln.-tor. five inches thicK ; the joints Tilled inwitlr Prouooocini Dictionary t. ;
of the utmost importance The The editors flhe PicaJult the BuJelin: the qut"Ie frail!, on one side of which i. be na Hood. .:Veirens t Greek Te taniefit*. '. f
to scuttle t J .
a
CHARLES C. .\ P Napier Miniature .
by this arrival has cast a gloom National, and all other coon journals will find twentv-four by twenty inches to enter the lantern Lexicon, I 'f! :
DC ws brought for Leon at the ensuing election in Shawl; PanSilk Pfocade, Scott' Infantry Tactics,.three f County lU'or
the countenance of our whole community it t :Inntlet task to endeavor to write down The scuttle an iron frame,covered with copp..r.Tht' Ombre Stradilla Shawls, spotted and figored Bare- : ,p.. '
The Sacred n' 4
October next outride Wall of the tower to he well hitew asheltwiceo Harp r
of its unfavorable tenor. a twin like Pillow, unexceptionable! in there. w Embroidered Shawl, ,
Rf
The Odeon. Mercer's 'P
because Cluster
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1 er There ire to be 'i ix windows in each : j.K J
The\ Captain: informs us that he was hur- .ations of private life, who freely sheds his ftWE: are Authorized and requested to announce tower of .twelve lights each eight by Irn gla ", in 2d mourning cloth Shawl.Silk t tissue Ginghams, Baptist Harmony, /.ton's Sonl"lrr. $ 'I

.J _(T Cn uneoectedh' and with such des- Loot: in his countrv'h cause' and who has in. WILLI\M C. LESTER as a candidate for Tax As- strong fIl1e'l. and a door !ix fret by three, made of Do.Plaid embrotlend Merino ShawN do., Carpelting Large Red Blanket and Rugs., LAW BOOKS: Mi! ; J.

STthat he wa unnble t ogather the full :,"!}- shown thit; he wascqiul in point of !e:sor and C ..Hector for Len Countv, at the el.'ction doub'e! iirF tioard cross. nailed nith substantial Bonnets, mack Silk Lace. Steel Beads, Clasps If*'!lcf>mV! Leading Cases upon Cornmrrcial Las t !

rtic'ulars in detail The sum and sub- nilittrv: skill and mentil: resources to any e.rricrg'.icy in October next hinge\edwith lock brick anllatrh and a sufficient The ground number floor i.of to circular be pa- Slides and Taels, F'ancv cultured Alpaca plain: ancfurured Smith' Mercantile Law F.|; U? < .f'1

this in the fortune of has -- -- --- .-- -- ---.---- I Ladies4 and Children's Shoe of all rnt)lea. NOVELSSt K. }
: : j
of the neWs 1S whiCh war starts, mule .f two inch pine boards to lead to within / .. ,
!tanee t proposed that no further indrm ojnd him. \Ve lea our whig brethren the {:)- We are authorised to announce FLETCHEHWHITAKER. fix feet of the lantern, terminating in a strong |plat- I will numerous other articles the whole constituting Gil-? and St James, complete t f 'r it* LT
Mr Tn a* a candidate for Tax Asie-nor and Fro"'rn a very choice and extensive assortment.TallahasseeSeptember23. Monk' ,. \
and connected cf'ntr' ie\enge, : 4. r.
form by a the
should be demanded from cannot trnte such a nun hut miand po-t. -
nitof our citizens tOIlt ; Collector for Leon County at the ensuing election ton <,f tine stairs to the scuttle to he an iron lauder IS It 10 Piquillo Alliaga :.31c" t.The t. t.
go\'crnmflt. Agreed to. Our flliev. continue their pre>ent course, certainly I Rns,ellbv ;
James
the" Mexican in October next with steps two and half inches wide. Each Light Goods r ;
for Gentlemens' Wear.
should\ be allowed. the privilege of vili, write him up.GWHLIM. ---- Ho e to be furnished with one complete tlectrical. The Inheritance, 2 patS, t .'10 1:

citizens two factories In. Calforna..for agirefl --- --- sxvi: are authorized to announce l.Nn:1 cnn.luftor of i inch diameter made III( cf'petith BLuE, Black,and Blue Black Broadcloth Fancy Joseph Rushbrook, Wood Leighton: t ''t ,.... ;

esublisbuig\ to Th t dIp Grande :\ I XC IErar" :, candidate for re-election joint-), to run four feet into the tarth !imers. Sittinets, Kentucky Jean, Rich Satin Cieavland Ta icred, ''1 5. : ,t tIThe
Es as
agreed McREN, as a '
period, Iia ) bri;/."-The Leviathan"vts i LANTERNS.The Vesting, Silk YI.1'et"eltinl') Rich Satin Silvered Knight of G\. nn(. 2 vol, 3 1l ( fa
should be the line-not agreed to. I ftl3mer" Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the \etmgs, Rich F'an'-v Colored Satin Cravats Ellen Munrop ."Inmt't. i Jo
toiimissioncrs on its thin day of the voyage from New lanterns and lighting apparatus not in Ult' at eeneral assortment of gentlemen's Boots and Shoe. t. c
proposedthe
the Mexican election in October h xt.Qcj Dombev amncflaughter, Kitty' Relation.5 i rt
But which Mr Trist replied that Orleans to ( $, when the tlokon board ---- '.---- ------ ---- St. J .pplM and St. George Island Light HoUnes are Hats and Caps ; also, a large stock cf ready made The youth of Shakspeare.Sbakspeate ; ; '

Nuece, 10 for that the line from a desolate! landing ne ir M.I a brown Wg: are authorized to announce \\ILLIAM. to be transferred to the new towers, the contractor clothing,just received and for sale by and hi F nend-,. :1 -: :. t.f ,i

he had no authority making oolting and seasoned: chap C. CXMPI'ELL. i' Ii a candidate for Chrk of the to re-ili7e I the lanterns with French J lateglai, and S. F. BLRNEY. The Secret PaTn 1.3\-,er'. Daughter ; y; 1 ;
hear from his Govern appalnllJwl 1 them while and black ut ide and .
required 40 dJs to paint inside t> place September 21, IT 10 Also the following .
anI' : I V
dress such Circuit Court of Leon County, at the ensuing Octo-
whole were as to them the condition: for .
the subject, but only five days alJ appearance o!i new towers in a jrojxr --- t..tandPrt"Sht.hv-C3fhlt'.2T.I hc; ;'
nent upon
allovted him. LJv way of a concluding! excite no more attention Iroin the passengers her electionfjCh lichtmzT Negro Clothing. Six Lecture "rI the ne of the Lang. ", ... ; a. J.

were titan the ii'Lia': glance! o.f} mq'nrv. with winch 11 contract will I IK; allowed to use all :nrj materialn fZCJ'lFCES" Ker!%!. Wdo. Plain-. 20 do LinfJJ A Treatise on Milch Cow, by John S. Skinner. ;' : :. u ;
Mr Tnn .wpoccl.thc annexation -! : are authorized ti> announce (i- suitable for good and substantial work i ..
ICIILS are
proportion the triveller!: salutes \i fe4low-pas-: \'I ) set s,5 bates v.t.n 1} Osnaburgs,:i Virginia do., The P.oys' Summer Book and! an assortment of i : .!. '
of N e. California, for w Ilch the Got I wt tr N. J R.\XCi a'a candidate1. tor Tat A-!essor and (hat c:,11 be obtain] from the ttwers am'' dwelling '> bales) .-- Dome-tic. ", do. Domestics! Odo 3-1 Blank Book*. just received and for sale bv i:1 .. ,I.
would Ire han
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I'. S. to enger-nor m al |pllaliitJ Octolcr election tiouMs s: St. Joseph point and St. George s I hlanl.anl P. A, HA\W\RD %
ernment of the was willing pay sonic Collector for Leon cou.ly. at the .. do., 10 bales Negro blankets 5 cases Negro shoes. f (
.ivil .t worthy of notice al > the bn V< and cranite r>f the old tower at
jeen con.ieJt'f..J >jt < September I pt. 1 lcii. 9 :
millions of dollar, not agreed to wool hats aDd caps Just received and for ali bv : fi' .:!
15 or more i iThe nit for the singular! cilnui' s with which he 03E are aulhorit'llo announce JAMES: V. D1 1 M-tnl. \ siiifjciert <]tiantit\ of good liruk, it S. F. BLR.NEY ___ t .
next followed a If ttcr Iroin Salt'11: I i. beiieoul i ma ht ol>tamcd from .the above nain dmildinzs Leon Male and Female
.ore los-es at the canl taole, and the pertinacit SHhRUOOn .a candidate: for Tax As-e'stt and : September 25, 1<>I7, 10 Academy, t ; : : .i
Sco.t cmphinin of his having broken to complitt the new one
to Gen which he evinced in p'avmjj igunst for. Collector for Leon cnunty. at the October election TALL.\HASSEE, FIORIDA. L
the Armistice to whtth Scott replied, } DWEI.L1XG HOI -,<. Htirdware.BIIITANNIA .'- f .., :

LA accusing bun of the same thing. Of course ::>- WE are ant horized to announce JAVl ES: \Vl L. .\ Ow.llmg House for the keeper is to be built at Coffee Urn, Britannia Tea arid Cof- TilE: exercises of his( inttilGlirm will be r.,00e,1 tfftiI

and the 9th His most frequent atitigonNt was a }ninjclerk Comtnis each place, 3; by C0( fcrt.foundatnn hard .ril'k. us all ihsfirst Monday in October.
recommenced on in-.t I LIS a a candidate for tlc office of County I do. Candlesticks, do. Lamps, Fire ; : ." .
!hostilities Worth's division met I who, as was the ciMoin in those das October next one I toot tl!irk, laid t t. inches below the S'lff.rp of F'enders with brass knobs Brass Fire Doc, Miotel Rev WILLIAM NEIL, A. 1.!.. Prrneir o' iLrf : ,. top...i 1
01 Gen. a large loner, at the election in .
!
Ihegroun.1, and catried .i fiat above, which Male &1'001. n
a portion n M '
ofun miiK the of up
I ale v\a< lieirer a large -- -- ----- and Tongs, Black'mith s l fallows and Tools Carps-n.
Mexican furcc at a little place near the city I ----- -- -authorized to ThOMAS to bi bi.t i t a trarnt b'iiUlui ,sills S niche injre.jxists, I trrs Tools and other Hardware of everY description Mrs ELIZA. NEIL, PrJn pal cf the Fcrc[USclKJOl 1 ) : :
(quantit t flunk turned! to M. Lou ((2J-;r U E are announce ft & ,i
and them beans his own loss cornparativelv Jil. I 11 1 feet I I.i hl b\ S, braced abuse and h\n" ; lower Just received and for sale by S. F. BLRNLY .
gate Ihe office tf Taxs
I from the hank: of to l I'l' exchanged 11rtheir B.\IXAHD 5 j!a ndld.fe for 3 i inches S !IS i inches bnd tdcharri' The hate '
while that of the Mexicnns I O(3r. h1uormnu.tjuo.ts by apart : ; I September 2% 1S47 10 Principals associated with tlnmMr ;: t. c.
tifing. 'I own paper m t the I north.It .'ssor and Collector, at the election in October next !>or flnr j the 1 10 h there other i' ._
great. : were -- ------ tine finish 0 i ifhes Rifles and Shot-Guns. Col JOHN B. ,
was very was (lie fourth evening of tire trip and *o that tours Kef ; roof one DLCOLCETeaetreroftk.eIrenact' ,:,

engagements, our forces proving \'ictoriouf in ofthe of Po. (\\Eareauthorizitltoannouuce IWGIR. I third i 1itchn, r..ftt' 1 l.y1 indies; siflt.., ('nland roof I qualities sizes and *. just re- LanguageardMrs S J- .t' '. :
late the price
s'ruggleOn I I though excitement game CHI R as a candidate. for Tax .\;, ,'or and Collecor hoarded I I.y gone .noiittl pine boards and shingled! l I ASSORTED for sale by S. F. EURNEY II. H RROWN.Teaclitrof Mi ...c. .A j '
eterj ker then recently}' introduced-had kept these with! the! bet or cedar shingles, laid In these Schools will bP taught the usual branch* s'
the 11th which is the latest accounts:: : at the en-inn; election in O<:tob 'r "1:1 juniperryprcss September">, 1s7| 10 'i ; t" '..
i individual at their table, and the passengers --- .- -- --- --- ,1.>t more than 1 inches t" the weather on the roof, I ofa Clascal, Matheuiatical.and Enzlisli tdu"ati..rf. ".

we have: Gen. Scott had got into the city, Iecoflritig interested! in their high pli had 55- WE are ntholle to announce! \ME-S I.. or core thin *> inches at the side and ends; the hone Willow and Wooden Ware. In the emale School Latin I'rench. and Music! 4s-I .J.. e ,

only two streets, which commanded -i ) to be dividtd into two rooms with an between wit! be .Vrid extra at the f t .r.J "'
occupying I candidate fur Tax Assessor and Collcc entry I \ cciiM charge( iherespeclite : j
formed a circle about them, watching with I.\RT as a 1NF'.ANTS Carriages tIn. Chair Cedar Tubs brass : A. !
and the armies 7 feet \ride chimnev in each end and a'fire place tes'hers 7. .
the Plaza two were con i I ; 91" t.
election in October next I Boiler
tom for Ion L iunt at the bound Pails well Buckets, sugar Scrub
the the cards
Client of !
eazerrrcss dropping cacti be-low4 with Window j in each Should the number "f pupils ,crrau2i ientl ,.4 ..
Scott loss is said be 1 r'om par.Lint. i: < :
.
to ] --- Hearth Jr'l hl' .
tending forictory --- ---- -- - Br'Kim* ', kc., i.c, a general assortment :
: aid irtitudc with Inch the brow \ liuhts each lf bv 1 12 further '. t
to additional a-sistancv .
i a liringl,1 \ authorized stud re< U .sttd to announce tvrei e justify it, competent t1-'w
his from Puebla and : are | just rto'ci ed and lor sale r
.
departure:
3000 since 'J'J The stairs to lead from the unite into the attic byS. will be ',
I to reduce the size of his ; procured.
fan cOlfinlJ pocket candidate for Tax Assessor i icn.t F. BURNER In..
l s'.ron1fears are entertained for his safety houk.I JOHN l.\FFIS 3! a hark of the stairi : atttit divided into two I Sc'ptf'mberl7.' 10 Terms, &oc., as us'ial. ; : ; .,

beset in his rear by PareJes with a strong aTrul Collector, at the election in October next rotrr with an citr* between 7 feet wide ; one ot TallshasseeSeptvmberie,147.9't % 1.
Again the cards were t'al. and l> 'tting began he r'ia!ibers tj I be subdivided into two a 'J\I.nlJ ; : : F
while his front is menaced by o\er ; WILLIAM H. ANDRLUSestectfullr : ; Election for Major.
I force I I -each held a strong hlll, arid b} fillies :3THE friends 'indoin the enlt'h' \era the chambers; In I liLts i New Flour. .
numbers under Santa Anna. candidate election wrl! be held en Saturday, the lt 'h .
whelming announce hm as a suitable collared vith lead, 'll both the chirn. AN .I ',
I and hurdred- the Make raided the : s b> 1" a' w aq .
was unti diy cf Oct.ber next at the several mtfster \RRFLS and 29 half Barrel ; : :"
'Trs to Ic hoped that the accounts brought ShcniT cf JeFer Count, I na at doors in fruit and back of the entry, one in 50 .
the jflice f on q I
fur nf\
c : .
i clerk, counting: ; "'I the 'full aiuoint hi.mone ground of cotnnanfe*; .*., C, G and H, comprising Jut received and for ale bv ...f .
above and below ard to the closet t the
c.rnval exaggerated each
by this are greatly and it '! the 1ake the election in October ne\l. tielietms that no one room ; I t the Second BlttalionSixth Regiment?, Florida Mill Ss-'Lll'1i: '' LLOYD & FLAGG t f ;
be well corrobo- ; \, throwing violently upon cnor'l to be .t parnelled! one inch thick e-mpt the : .. .tl:
though this seems to pretty) i4 moore deserting the otfitr than li., r)r more worthythe lia. for the election of a Major cl md Fhttahon, to ----- -- .
cried in an clcitlJ'oic. *- truant and bick: d,or, which are to l lit' I $ inch. The : .
rated by the Vera Cruz papers, containing I'! your five and five hun- sufT:a e of the voters ol JtfS; r in. front with (Iri.r.e i ihut. with a good lock, bolt and till tine vacancy camonetl by the decease of the late Fresh Groceries.OC t .. .
Then"s II'mJn.l I 1 Thomas J. The -cteral .
the of action i Mjor Latham company .\LFD HERRINGS, Shad Mackerel a :1to.
from scene
letters viih in each :
1', 1S47 31NY VOTI:RS atch, and hunz good hingesa\\induw .
rued dollars l hett'r make break )
in- or me- I I oflicers will in their '
: act as respective O r.
: inspectors B.etft f and Water Cra'ktr.
The dathis brig sailed, reinforcements to chambertwelve ights '-10. Parlors, chamberentrt. ., : <...
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'tis all I hue." -- b..ar I.. s.rbititeinzi. in ci e of n.n-attt."nd.mct. the Crushed Powtkred Loaf,and P. R_ tV. ,:
ant 1 lathed Solars/ :
the number of 2000 under Gen Lane had below amlabovc, closet plastered j .. .:
; : HanlU waslhe money upon the table} ,whln Sheriff's Sale. ant finiibtd in aplain and decent manner ; gutter Ord..rly vrg"ant fir Clerk of tine companies Returns Linseed, Whale and Si(mi Oil, t f' ; .r .,
arrived in Vera Cruz and made not tno must be manic t forthwith to the undersignedP
: ih; a cool smile from his antagonist t, the mone virtue of writ of fieri (arias. issued froni I.eClek'j buck and front tl I t he bounce with trunks to lead off Currants and Smvrna Ra'!msyStewart's .V i i
for the cf 1\ a to at lit' o'clock, \. M, and close at Ioclcck '
in out city BY open Double HefiK = ;: 4
rnents delay setting was covered and douhiul.: tike of the Circuit Court for the counof he water to a cijern ; an opening in the brick loun- I P.1.. SyrOpi :. .
Mexico Other reinforcements are now hourly -I ) dation each sidcof the house, 12 bv S inches a do. Candies, j : J
I Leon Circuit of I londi wherein the ; pi-
Your thojisaii'J dollars arid tliomn,1 h' lldJit S. S. SIBLEY 4. .
I Pickier, received and for fialebvStrt .
Vera Cruz but the 0f the front tide of the house S feet wide, floor ; &c.just 1r1
I at prctalenceof IU ik t H.nJai i" lauititand David 1 Ruuiert.son a7/j on I
expected Union < <
: !'dollars better arid l I five mmu'es: to > | Col Comdg 6th Remment, F'a M IS, 1 517 9 LLOYD & FLAC.r. 1 "..1.
a "norther," which had lasted some fouror gh'eou h defenuhmnt, I hate leiJ ui'on. aud will ctpoM- to be MX inches (flow the !ill of the d-or. the tool I. September 25, 1*-a7. 10 Ir.f .. '1, ..
----
:i raise the mone>'. I I'I for rate. b..for.lht Co'lit house door the city olFalUhissoc shingled' : all the,>ood work except the roof painted 'm

five days, was thought to delay)their coming I h Then for the first lime the truth flashed upon on MonJa\ the Mb thy i Dcccmbe two coats : allUre floors in the house to be laid I Fall and Winter Goods. ,t 1t :

'I the mm that IIp was in the hands next, within leal hours, He lo1lo\ irrg d.nlN doiible II I TU TT RECEIVED frOm Nt w Ytrkh'eBrigulTenrf i' fIi f-.... :' "

I forgot to mention. in speaking of thefights I young proi.ert to Wit : At a con\','mert distance from the dwelling house, Puck, a large assortment of r 4i > .
of of the dreaded of the river and L
that it is reported that the gallant! I II one 'Megs" U i of S \V 4. Sec II 1, T 2,111 I I. :and W. ; Wof i ob' a tramckitdien, l I3by 12, to stand on !ix brick SF\rLE AND FNCDRY GOOD t .. ., .

Worth was seriously wounded ISo other !I he saw himself I b)his own fidly, a loser of ali.. N h 4, Sec :n. T I, It 1 :and \\ pillars, 2 feet from the ground*e\'en feet put J.larI I Grocuiel.lbrd"are, Wood "r..J Willow WareS. .. ," 1

I mentioned the ulferer but ;i lie was worth unless he cOtJlc meet Let icd up'>n a- the |l.ri.tuery j ( of earn defendant and led 1 a .d ihinztd! ; ref c'fle-third pitch; two win- : I'a, u___;__. :..a. _.1 I..AR f. :-Es f.

Hare is among two thousand of his opponent!, !,} the to be sold to s.ttiafy said writ of l hen (facias doers. Incite iriuts, *-1". and one door : a (chim-I lIE following certificate i. from the Rev Jthn 11(515 t ar.d l Shines, i busar Hollers: Xt Xc ,.-. Ii'. .
from the numbers reported to have been kill i d"Jar' \. A. FIShIER, ShiertT.October frey, with a itable fire place' for cC'lOkinr'il' T F sate
I Dist. S. C. bv 1.1" ;
of the forfeited that already! Harrington, Sumter .:
ed, we shall doubtless ere long hear the rules" game, ( up ; .', 1"1". 11 crane, trammel and hooks ; the floor laid double ; I JCVE r>I th, l".C. Sept. 1<. 117. 9 LLOYD&.FL.\r.G. ..'. .
:
and he marked the g'eam of tIle gauiM'r'beve he attic flxirmgle and matched; one window in 1 .
names of many whom we would regret to' a. ---- I hereby certift that I have used Spercer's Pills c I.f ;,' _
would I as he raised it from his watch, he gave noin Sale. he attic; ruact stairs or steps to go into attic.- the last and ears, and find them lo Negro Kerseys. ..; .;io :
the present
lose and whose loss country sensibly Sherif's during : r
; In the rear of ach dwelling a Cistern is to be built i
; t despair. a\\'r: the purposes as stated l\ .the proprietor, tizto : CASF..SKERSEYSi2doLnaet 1t'J .... .' .
feeL \irtu of a '\nt facias, sued from the of hard brick lined with Roman cement, larce 10 "
Thefecerliad entire' abated: at Vera Cruz I!I llach minute as it pault was noted I} the By Clerks ( cf thf Circuit Court fur the ou itA \ eiougii tu> certain: 2VKJ: gallons,.entered with 1 heart I act (in small doses) as a mild and ready aperientto Just rcceited, and for ale bSep ,. J ,a" :. 4-

brown mm: but ( !'J the dell, until I Lem 'ldle C rrrmt of Honda) wherein Hit pine l1oardc.; wh door on top. into which the ruin I the I'o.stem-to remove or prerent cost:vene;"-as H, 1> I7. 9 LLOYD & FL/eGO.: ; .: ;
since the northers" set in, but the squadronis i be required, without or 'ickness Of the .
pain -'
Florida and Jauci VFrottie rosy }
he heard that but one rnmu'e! for I niun n.rk i* j I'hin'ifr, : gutters from tie dwellmss are to leid I l ; j.ff.
remedies I hate made Use of during a period of .
still suffering sererely-Jeath' occurring I is defendant, I Iu\'e levied upon and illeapra.e No i. to be m dc to the contractors for i mant. Blankets. ,' ..
him torecoxerhislose. Tlwn seemingly struck paMnen' i; J '
!ailand new cases I learn hourly reported fur sale, before til. Court 101.e door, in the the an3mf'd! work until tie whole in each Case thirty' years aflltction, 1 believe them the mildest and } ;
< .. a
I rf3-
IJGKO
LLANKETS
: : with a gleam of } lie drrl.d through of ,,i, on [ cht of Ueein' and most cflcctual} t-j1.I *
nndt. and the inspected approved 400
I'l.
Out of the number of sick which was about j jI city: TalahJ" Ilh is compMtd same JOHN HARRINGTON'SJtnfer &) pairs bed Mankets; (afecittd ) 1 <}
the circ'e: of to *t ite- I II legal hour, the following des- 1 lIe :"
Ii. < such
anxious spectators > r bv the underpinned,or person u may appoint J tI' S-s .
200 brought to our hospital by the MississipPi i -i i District, S.-C. Just in store and fur sale bvSepl3lM7 v- 1
threw the table I II rit,el prr ptrtt to wit : that The entire work to be completed
t tor
I I room, ann retununir, upon a purpme 9Boots LLOYD & 'L.\GG.. l!
i and sloop not a single death has North of Vrtion 17,T 3, Hi I, and I I : i
Jecalur. Is I sealed packet marked $10,000.( I i J7T3.HI. : 1 by the first Hi* of March I llc.SXMLFL KUt\.T, S. C., June 2dI'H',. _---- ---- _-_ __ .. Ssfihi
occurred hands of Dr ncHulsc W6cfSJ J 4 ; W. SPENCER. Collector
Shoes.
I *. Sir said he here Iwo In Jantiary, 144 'Iroin wet and I took and ; ,
it exposure
I and his assistants Our Yard and its your tl"IHamll Eic.fS\\.u ti.T3.RI|, I Annul Suit.| of Light Houses, District! of I
the dollars, and 7inr'.c'111wl.'lr(lolar6 : Action 17, T :, R 2, :and l I!. October' 2. .-.j,. I 11 3t \palachico'a! a severe col 1, which resulted in a high fever accompanied C) CASES RUSSET BROGANS. i';. t"AO
{ ,vicimt has been visited with c ba severe cOlJ h and painful headache.- 5 do .
t } again let and I minutes fr> thrmjiify j Uiofsi:4: 17, T 2, R2.I case* Kip Lt ?:
girc youficc get -
I. need fear The'.e contint'ed to luf rca-e in cventv for abe nt twoweeks. 2 French Calf
epedemic cf last fall but we not I Jiof\.J: t 1 List of Letters cases Boots rf;. ; ,
Ur.I I l.T2.Ht I *o much *o that my friends considered me. 1 Water ,f do. :
case
prrn :
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when have such a man as \\ i tt L4 I"
any McLeod danger we ofthe Yard whose rput3-1 I The result can b" imagined : the I leg left at N W 4 .:S E 4 f c. T ::, I 2, RI:M.UNLNG in the Post Of'coat Tallahassee and I, myself, believed I wa, in a very critical and 100 pair ladus! F'n-nch Kid Slrpp rs. .fe: 5 l" .

Surgeon the next landing two thousand dollars Si4ufSV4 S T2R2, Florida. h't October 1M7 danerou.tale. At the end cf this time I sent for Gents i. ladies Calf Shoes. i ..t
lion an eminent gentleman in his profession poorer .n'l 1 pror'jrc-d two Boxes of Spencer's Pills" and Ladies Walking Shoes and Gaiters. ,r .
a than he board leaving the clerk Levied upon as the property of haul (lt feiJdnta Abnev, n..uamin: T Joln'on f.r 'enMltn tv <
on -
was established here years gone b\'. i I I care to sold to satisfy aid writ of freri f irtas. Benutaminn F .1 Johnson, CarrolAtxtell the finet day of their ue I l>egan to experience relief Jrijt received ai.d for alebv : r ,'

The Captain of the brig that brought the more than that amount wiser.-.\. ) ..Syir/ b A. ,A. I 1SHLR, Shentr :'IinI K: A thnon, John A anl !before I had taken one bar, my fever wa- Scr- 1-, Is 17. 9 LLOYD& FLAGO. : "fl: "
ate cough had ceased, and head ache entirely cur- 1" .
his of 1 rs October 2, b Ii. 11 Addison, It J Johnson Llanevnder gone : -5. 1'i
news, follows this to jour city on way toNew I Htiti'i and irtll I then aid andslilllxliete .
id I :
was soon
-.- --- -- .\ *. James W 2 Jerkins, fi.I..lr r. 2 Brown Goods. ; .
Orleans with despatches for the Pica- John Jerkins, ZznhariainAnhssn.n.i.'hri I IIn" tint *n the '.l"l.in: of God, they were It
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Hi.oQtHIFRS RHIG, 1st IjsF.M.. ) :\- BALL COTTON hi
the electionof
office from Kendall which no doubt The \\lugs are crowing o\'r Lee, ritomas I he rrieans of say rg mv hie. In looking over the 10 .OX.\BtRGS. .
June ( 1"17
ZflNCYc1tcnnber ::2Z J *
2 do Drown ,
of she Tweedy, the Whig Jilegate to Congress ,. Alien. A'rssA! Limtr, Co! MIB'Haist I iiireclionfterwa-ris, I saw tbet were rccnorenJed Drillings ; ; .
will the full I particulars fights. I (IF>EHI, Onoins x. 4'T 5; do.I Shirting,
give I I from \\\\isconsm territor}. 'I'Ins result is owing I : HE Col.ruvlcornmandirri. ; the several KtpinenUL Harmon I Maddux, David; for tine cure of J lpel *ia, with winch my tides 2 Jo .jt.co.. iJ l.t, al' :
j jI da:i-ihtir had been atil:cUd for a lonj time. I re- .u :
From the Orltant COIifr, to the highly objectionable character of and liattahotn, the JJ Brigade F. Ballet I Thomas oIIUf"r. Capl Wm I 2 do.t!' Sheelirg t "f.l. 'i'M'
'Nt I I comp""Ui Binder, 1'arkutdnlrellr (* A enmm. nc1t"11 her t t. make trial of them, and she dido
the Democratic nominee, who was brought VI will cause. their rlI[>lti\'e commands: to l he aitrobkd 3 do Sedley Shirting.
I I of the Pills alone
anl ccntirued] ,
GENERALPILLOV. Bert hman, William Meacham. Hanks by a use was
at the times and fur Ju5t received and for alebv .
violation of the wishes of places, :
forward in the f\lC\inJ dril.
I people. KG I perfectly and I .think, permanently cured
Jhn Mills
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and I and : Brady Sept. I*, 1-17. 9 LLOYD &. FL.\GG '
Destiny must hate something grand I That the territory is Democratic, shown b} re\ew.The Qd Regimtu, of Cavalrat Tallahassc-. on Brigcs. Mrs Sflalhu Mills, Mrs( Eliza J f)3Fresh supply of the above valrable medicinej'i.t -__-_-. I '

magnificent in r
whig journals have an instinctive horror I The will the The 2d Battalion, Mb R at Muri- Hradfi rd, Doct \ Miller Charles K '
imem *
Legislature
Go\'eror COInc : Jasper September 2". 1..fl 1 :. 10 2t 1 and 2, completing vcl T, are ready .
R row
Daniel
of bun and his name-and this anti path>' of the !! Constitution submitted day and Tuela\ I Island d 1 N November next Hockner Presley Meiy. N'OS
: soon-a new be bad at the Book Store e 1
very of P A.
wile lii oth, Dr JuhnS Morris. Gideon may Hay- (
and character The Nt liun. Mh Rteiment, at Mailison C. >
whig indicates that his disposition and days Bat New Flour. ward and at the Jorkfun Office. These I t'
I probably adopted ninety II. on and Friday 4th and 'ith Vo\ next Buckner, John D IWisjhbours, Mrs M A 2 Reports are n
Thursday
and the tendency of his acts, are all con. and Wisconsin will be a State in \pril. We Tire 7th Regiment at Montiorllo. on Monday and littler, Jacob Niles IJnpbvBuiler 1 ffT RBLS NEW FLOUR. St. Louis city mills for the years t IIC and 't, and form a volume f near 1 :

genial in their nature to the.American people.No have no doubt, that t-he will enter the Union a Tuta. >th and 'th November ntxt Thomas Owen*. Lucretia IfJ lOhilt-bbls. Illinois j.V octavo pages. Price, $2 ,0 per No.-ctuh. F I

man, except Gen. Jackson and Mr. Polk, Democratic btatc in all her departments.Richmwul .- The Mb Regiment at Tallahassee, on Friday and Crow, James I'edwith Mrs. FhaCoktr. 2 Casks Clear Bacon Sides September 11, il 7. 8 _

has been eo plastered over with dirty abuse as 5iturla\( 12th und I 13th Noteinb next Col P T Patrick, Ml Elizabeth I Shoulders, just received pcTatla-
Just Received 1
Knquircr. The Battalion- attached the Oth fonwat. Miss ElizA Plant. John J. R. FORTLNE. ; '
miserable vile abuse Independent to has'! on consignmtnt by
has been
Gen. Pillow f
I -- Regiment, composed of the militia of \akulla county Cook. Mark .\ Perry. Oliver 11 Sep. is, f-47 't' PER BRIG ..OEL1Z.1.. ii ]

disgraceful to those who apply disgusting Stale ()fR.elzgion.corrcsponlent of tireProvidence at Newport, on Monday and Tursdaj IVh and rook, MM 1117-iltcth Padrick Jonathan 2 1nr OUNCES QUININE, 'B'u r ; '. .. 1.

to all decent people who witness it-utter!} J jrib!< I No\eiuber next: fof>J'f r, Philip 1 l'ridgct, John W Notice. 1 _) U 50 German Leeches, < ? .tfifflfe! tSwane's
II. I. Journal in neighboringtown .'
( ) a Cox. James Rides 1 Thomas J
harmless to the intended 'ictim-.or rather, The 1th Remment at Quincv on Thurs
wo may highly beneficial to him, as nil.fication Ji(1 the following rather unpromising Friday, Ibtli .and 1'Jtli November npxt Cochran.Thomai K Randion H Mrs Ellen SIX and ,'ollch-r5 to the Ilnir. Judge of Probatein Also, a few choice Regalia SFG ARS/Washirglerf : 1 (
say Fia-i!
from tho*e sources is looked lit !I the occupations!of a rainy Sunday A. K ALLISOV.Bnp Davis, Randrlpli, EuiaaardDishong. and lor the Cou'lty of Jefferson and apply for a and Minerta Brands LEWIS &, AMES. I. "i'
> upon j d Ow'se, Cheli.V R"hinc.nn.Iaj'r|
Coin I
in the country. His letter is dated the 1'Jth : Gen rii; 1.1 Div,1M iruchaTge Admimtratt of the estate of Abram September II, 1-I7. 8 f t
S the American people as facie e\'idenceat i R OunfalO Dr Ixmii :T i Scott Robert RPrevi
prime It has been a stormy day, and the meeting \ AHTLLT.rjulant 2 Gnllt barn, late of said county,deceased. -'
Peter Sc'abrnok. Joseph
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lea WILLIAM
{ GORMAN ,
indh'idut .house has not en openeil. Most of tire ciglass; lion. Thorns SlIIcJl."rSV J
I :
directed is a worthy man, a go citizen, \11 members of the ,foeiety hare b *en out shoot Last Notice. nirkin'lon.[ Rufus Sanders, Lour Monticello September IS, 1S47 5 6tn TptIV. STORE now occupies bj X. P. & DV '
to be dear to his he hatedb .L POST Pu.'sscsaon 'ivenist November 1
ought country, as is I Edwards, Plumnur S.\al1e. John P
her enemies.Every ing pigeons or firing at a mark. One of the TMll'tsrvpattrs: of Leon county are herely nHifiedJL l-nnsSD.id: Smith, J Advertisement.nFLNRIi LEWIS i, AMES : r4fC1

} has out his lax,' I that I Iill! attend at the Count Ilotj-e the cilvof
whig in New Orleans has fallen I doer heel working; snp- in FkeceiamesB 2 Smith! Jackson Septemrihert.l-V'.S! _
press |K>se, as I noticed bun mending the road in rallaha-'fK im Th'rradsT, Friday mid Saturd,.v, FJSC, Her G W 2 'Smith Afiii Hannah ALLAN will re-open his school in this
Gen. Pillow with all their Lilliputianrage the\ 7th, Mh unA.Mh of Oclotwr for the Public Land Sale 1
( upon front of his house." next piirjH M I'oster, Dr U '''inithRi.btrt on the firt Monday i IQ October *

because some one wrote a letter declaring (,f reremnq their State aid Cj-nntj taxes for them hit. JW &olt. Norman On the subject of permanency. candor requires him UNITED ST rr LAYsDi'fl'ict. I1

that the division oftbe army lately .ent year. heir attention is iruwt reDeclfullv lemming h S J f'nlith. BucVinnham tony.tbat thesur allairs of business which brought TyHahas-see, September 11, 1S47. 5TOTICE ;! ;

with the enemy under the walls of engage was J>- AC\MP MhCTING -t Antiotl.., near tieresidence ticited. which will enable me to make a speedysttlcrrcaut lo
of Thorns I:* ., H nilton) cunly. x>ilh the Treasurer ron'lll\\y, MaUi.In Seutge, John now ;-affair* which he can best attend to,and oon- I'structions pursuance usa Hfe
commanded by that officer. Could Gen. Pillow .Jrell | torn the Commissioner cf lie Gene- c
A. A. HMHR: Sheriff and
,
leddip, Daniel Slra"n, John rat get rd; of, by residing here. But while exercising :
the **h of October.t rat Land Office, under authority vested him th .
will <
help it it the commander of the forces I commence on tr nffirto Tax Collector Leon County. Il.uleMrq Sarah Sh"r {'ss. M I'II Elizabeth his ri.tht to pursue the only avocation for which in bv r

placed him in that position 7 The editors of M WHIT SMITH. S'Jltiult'nJent September 2", IS 17 in larrel, M M 2 S('ear*, Joshua lie i* af all fitted it would give him pain to be the. gust.th section 134y,of we(the shall Act proceed of Congress to Offer, approved it pitllie 3d talt Au-, j t Zi't v.4. 1

the Picayune and the liulletm might hue been (c Sentinel please copvelljlou -- -- ---- --- --- hunter, Hiram Spro\\I, Cl3\1'forrl means of weakening or disturbing any of the existing on the tiht Bacon Flour and Mackerel. Inrier, David 2 Fonson, John seminaries, conducted as they all now are. by
had Pillow turned recreant and the following described tract *{ pobhc land. I
J better pleased ; .-The li: ptist AS- louck, W W Taylor. Thomas A highly iepectable and competent teaxbers;-and he ilua* 4
assigned him, or flinch- Xotl "Iniel. received per Schr 1 allaha !ee from New Or- ted w ithin the former revert rvf Econch atimicn.fix ;
command his
the will from another I
JUST orlh, WmT 2 TownendMiss Mary A trusts that no one remove son ,
decine will hold its nest annual meet ing at the I ., I cask clear Side, lollmes\\ Lots 2, 3. 4 and 3. and the &>4 of hIS duty though Matthew Dr Wm ) school to his, on light grotrod
the ; lIair. Thompson
discharge Indian Spring Church on MircosooLie on Srtnirrtsy 1 Shoulder. email!ize,for family use, the convenience of those whose 0, T 5, NT, R 7 W. : it
For
wouldit Garth Turner James M empoymentadebar
pleased with such degenerale conduct, ii) bbls St. Louis. Flour lIolt. George Fractional Section 21- (consisting of Lots 1. 2 and" .
,
the Oth of October \crotnmodjtiuiitf\Mllbc I lolderne, James Turner Reuben ,heir attendance at a day school], Mr A. is
have restrained them from venting their animosity 1 bbl No 2 Mackerel (new.) class 3,) ofT 5 N, R 7 W., and Lots G and 7, of Section ,
five f
Sarah to an evening soon
for all (friend lIt'my. U ni Tucker Mrs ready open as as Or
previlc "i.ilint For sale low lor cash l h\ T 5 N, R 7
? in floods of foul scurrility ? -. ------ _.--. -----.-- ALFRED F.: 110(. lagood, Charles P Turnbull, Doct Theodore more studiously! ) inclined youths signify to him their WTHO'S. J. HODSOS I I
Gen. Pillow the com- Urmnn, Richard Benjamin FIfI readiness to enter It. Register
Tally
General Scott to
gave The friends ol H. IJROKAW Store under the Floridian Office.Suptemhcr JOHN W. AKGTLE
I 11L1 "i rapport 1517. Receiver. n
tbeeoemy' ram, Charles Tilson Mills Melissa Tallahawe, September IS. 9 Ct
mind of a division, with orders to carry him for the oflice of Major of the Sixth R<'gitnent < 2'). l47. 10 rwirr. J M Thomas C 1fJoy. September 11, 117. S .t t

works. The orders were executed of Florida Militia. Wm VanBrunt Richard 6 New Buggies and Harnesses.

with remarkable skill, and with the usual gal Groceries. Jones[ Col C holder Wood Edward D 3 To Sugar Makers. i iQUGAB

$ lantry of American troops. Such, in a few tjy: TiE F.itlr of the Floridian will please announce CAPE.' Rio. Java and Lapiira Coffee, Jones( Henry II Watson. David 3 3 FINE do. Buggies\THFRTOPBUGGIES(without tops) and with Harness Harness, COOLERS, D1PPER5,5K'lMME9ans 4

words, is the statement of the Delta correspondent JESSE M. ROBFRTSONf a a candidate for \ Raisons and Almonds, tones, MIM Mary F Willis E C Just received and (forllal low for cash,at the Store< f I.J Drippers Sspr Coolers for cooling apr canre '

V which has excited such an from Justice ol Ihe Peace for I Ihe 2d District, Leon enmity PickeU KetchupK, Olite Oil, and Pepper Sauce, Jones, S T Willburn, S R Sept 1,187 9 J. R FORTUNE. > had at the Tm Manufactory They are used to

outcry MANY Soa:', Starch Candle*, Putty aTid Wmdmt Glass, lone*,William Wino B prevent its burnrtg. Also, Dippers, SkimBwra. and
the whole uhigpress-the Picayune the Bui- "OTFR Lamp, Linseed and Train Oils Johnson Miss Jane Wilkin, David Coffee. Drainer*. The Drainers are made dffferrtit from

lu letin, the National, and probably from the ad Itttt., Cth R I't. I' M. Loaf and Brown Sugar lohnson, Mr H Yarboro lilies Jane those[ of last season. Those on Band are no made

Bee. [Me seldom the last named sheet.It Imperial. Puiichone and Black Tra. Jobn.on. Mrt Queen Ann '( BAm OLD JAVA COFTEE that they can be drawn liter the sugar is Milled -
.ee (&: 1 HC tlecor' of 2d flatt.Gtli' H'gt.,annonn< With a variety of other articles constituting a Persons calling for any of the-above letter, Mill #4.du I) do. Rio do. Ve strati,also, have the Copper Dippers ready for

would L a circumstance worthy of rc if GEORGE W. HUTCHINS as a fur the lange[ and choice assortmtnt of Groceries ju,l Fe.reived please tty they arc adttrtised: :2:.t do Laguira do. the sugar season. and beg our customers to call indfamme

the Bee hl1 failed to join iu feeble cry to theuniversal office of Major of said Balt li"n FJecUon "n Sit t and for nIt tJv S. F Bl'R.NFV MILES N.k'dI. fI .M.- Jul 1 receif-d and for sale by \ them.

4 hubbub c-fits conn brp!hr.n on this rt "rt-mLl'r 2. 1 I'll 10 October 1, 1 lS17. II ': ur4i'. l"I th 'kt"t n" -,


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*,.l thei.; .. :j, a ib. L.nte. 'A Ih pe- HKB LIU: JAV :O BV THK COliDJAL.1fler Pae-p.-tger, ra.S C" frr* Talah] *,>M* to fct a pr jdued b c's u.: rx' -pt an tr rr-2.. < f appetite I aiieh tys.' cc r..sre pefWs'I I Is-casts .toartweat .

S .A 41qrJ ; tI 'eI Jfftet9i>'t null '.-*/ fmttl It ttt.'J.t I tt. ti,.' det., ae1 but utr ,ii.t w 't IM ; but vihandies-se i ia-as-d in rbe Jr tre. and la.n1 cfe..crctis-d in a -pefWs'I I thirty im-<* thirii -l1'thnt.f.5,. ( '

I,, *eI.. .' .'4 ( .e A 4 A e -te-e-f llr. li.4iwff-Je-'ar S.r -I uk* srr-f pt-u'( 'a suerit fl ,h( ,-.A b4rts TalhJia'a'siid sr- caminz la, by % tel i"lrt. t'< ani T"liarbo I fhirty-w tbtry- irftthMM.llv. f ,,

im the ei' .- i S te t<- lifuti l., *.. *<. f\'l I iur IM .JI'..'V L < '. 1 fit Icu.k B.a re-SI )amJr.-i thaI aaery ottpri't<)O will i i, :-.: and.e-'ii its-rkirsiI. I *. order date tf Jase I fq-p-. Urtfor, fwly'-,,,. '_ ,; M'4xy.tts.

7lLiIe4 eK&d(* .'e4 tte-e-pai. i b* ti.t-. >--* !'ic : ir1s-s : t. tr, 'J* it t*un: Mr i. W! t<*!ii t y ii.. c'xafcri uf th'ie who guv pa2r.c z, npw :iifi-. arid izf-f, and l br'.ss r*ath ad ttrtsgthto 23, 3'3tcemctiur ; 10 ifK'., r -' I II ., fiSlk.r.ty.itzial .

.. i. $bf 4 e- b'j QU b* ( HfT a i. .5 ttatr t s-S il I this L4M tStjfferji2 arid de-: 4 rfd"TaiTii 2j Ivb.'re. or lL.I3 .iZIi-t1C csiatytirsii.esht ,

fjflI.e-iIl4&a, &' ,id S !li.s <5>. 4-< .c-X atir 4! -* .jJiii'I I f FAREFroa i' rtA'oiR TI\A FICTION ** LtrTHK I ..- .. Als-ic e r.rtifca2e cit lavi i'- bteri4. '

:, i le. WiI4L' e-d.cn..s t.e A e i.4 I'.i. b..d in efa .*irt. t. r.ue'e- Jhr CI '- Mtu T ilal "4 to f i,,' -t 2 > t FACTrcAK Pfl& TIH.M.CL.L, -Th.toJl wf od by John T M**'* srs,, *pweit-l5, sece-niez4?. Ss-ilr5tIf,

4 ._e9 i-c, ',f (1 '*e4 t& iii 'If *fl1 u-irl. an' epprrheiurrlgri ?. be fe-i' I,b 4* to Al'M] .-' i.Sf.'i ; .Z (.ftifie5ft I. ? ,.-c'hirr iTii in Vt grtat c)5ii) behalf q.fths-Zi.e-rerqfTa1_ lflity--i-*, CiEb1.4.leh? 1Cjjir

I.val,. Ii' 4ts-4 D w,4.r t.e44 plf '*>zt t(.r w-yiii-J 'f riftMir* n vri Irfjfw, wrif V.-EJGHT & 'VVER. Pvne-fnra. n i te tjiriori> to M rwrt !>-' rhe .Si'-tfrd read and ,r Coshucle, dated Jar.i ty-oa.e. t.uccly-tsso, L15554t-ji, Dir.e:

IImr rrfler' ,, J1 dt ue lJ.* bLI '4 el* the it',-?..- t..r.y iri hicii tit* &, i n> JOHN J! VAKN\ .'cPTLt. : Vhat it hi.i d< n* ori' e it will doTrii i azac. cne heodrrd, ondred iiadre iw ,

4.ird IJ(4ttb *?<< lit*'* tit 11vuur tiibr. To >. I 's.d* rf,;
ttta $el. 'Jt ftw. i $* it .. 0iIe hip had takrta VK- lle i4 it, rliMt a. E.BAILMT.: r.ri.of. u 5IJulj NATIJANSiDZui.cv CiIRi-LvawN, M.I, Sel-I 23 lI'. same teo ;r and date of ire akote I siase-hwndredssid 't1Lesi.ec

4e-' ieee.i,4br tf* after tai'aX 101, W .- ewad J Fe-ti air aad I', 1->I'. nj4T c Ttri'y that ci o'.. new acd I for a iikerjQinber tI( IJJu) hnandred sad tea,,eew bac+cd aa CieTpfl
,
,. .*, ( I' $tjfrS1* (* Vd1e ..d ib.-
T1ef4I2U* 'el4''a feivv! 'kii* \ t t.a% w-t Vit. Notice. humor At t be*ze of- i t-n y ar> he had 1 1 e t1'cath-i, Panoel S. art n r1C4 toVfi died arid uti-tc, oc bi'aJrtd icc e-eeee

: h !h s'*' 4 iiid a yr. s Jg1..u.ai J.> j '/. !< WA'J; OA&DNLR. I QIX gcmth, aJei' th'cI shall preseni tyar-e.ieets f which prob blj caused ihi hunir to rack, its apijeirarxe I 'f.ifZ. late presidett f ties drs-d ansI ezP.'s-n, one bandIed astefren r ,

(,f .$ ,4 iLe- au r. e J and v Hif-ri-r* C'( IT Ifrn Jvd/r rf prnbate is I Ifj in a rnut ,i'.zolar WZT. r Trir bi* body Mooctsa..ar* CnaI l arxl Irr*. hnvired and twenty. Oct bendred asid

bf .'eeflVl 1a' lieII.m m WCtIn% : Uoras! orins : j f>r tb C t,jfitv ,.f J- *Vr. Mi. >tid apptrsd (irsb.bsg .- from hit riead t.. hi* f<-ft withrraii oifs. I e >Dal'ed Company; in trt'-f f.r the o o*e hundred and tcirt-tIsrpe. occe Isaecsrs-; j

IC ae-i$ 414 *I'NI 'III- %VIH1RITI i s uoky swxinr 4f. '- a, dtrir -.Si 4p L.isij, rises rf a I>/ct'.r of 'ilerjjzrae-, i i exaoun-d him X berifi; '4 Ire I'nit;-dfite-, I lcsctet-fss-ir, v.-re, hdred

I .1 '1 4g tL.r fIUe-d. ,r Da cA 11 ,t r i ( r \V.i-tr.s. Tr* .r. A, If. Ese-rers Wl.i., hi e ri Cont, rire-s.ei. three dsj* .n ii reesSic.ii. arid n't ->- i -r tardm2 h'ra by ded tie-arit.g dae c.MLe'31H with a 1 tte p.'rtioe.of tfcoilc, nt

.1, *e-It I tiCV. b.. lb I *( I .rA a* t> <- ,rai ati4 e he-c[ j cs(apIt. T. BKATTVM. : ead\i*.''dinetoc"n iilt Vr Ko *-r r> IV< A York,. day tf Dsctmbcsl42.. covered by the d naticn of ten 4-rt, < .
V.-. te -t-- C. ..Kiirjrrs I M-...'; '! .. ';. ? ;-. I tim 1.f-r.7 a r*.i-l lr.i If i) at riri Affrr a locg siA r> corded January '>, J43.ID Tallahe-e'e' Reiles-ad Covnpis.- : Lest, -

f .-1ih\ I t e.e- Itr W.w4ns'. a'cih'-. --- and rrilical *utrciciatir.ac, run'.;* nore than ll.iifytlir I tibet ..sL NIJ D, fojer.e. fee-I_a-s-c;i-n. fi-r..ae, Cut; *1aaSIi.'r.e, CDfT.

c'' ? i. 'h ',fnc. e ii -b'st'Cm.'IS IreuXaS a D. PAPY e> medical e -ntl men nstti t.nn 4* the lameliine,, I-, f'', sThd 'i. m land rcsnfde two.r -three.. eil t.fwooineitf .

:: : : 'I. a ioJ: $ SHIFJ'hV I : i.- s, se-. fce TfforK-- l it Vrvfuia, .r K.r r't 1si!. Tb nfLYING .hlezarricat' MarwIn41 I ILi'L.s arTh .

7' 5 .- '. 'fl7a, |l-I f *i_ *. *-/-: ;_e,. ... ,-J_ ./.' > r hijel was the-n prcsriib.eei Pr, rc4 cr.fzdntnee-d tkin oferinz of the a eaatJf* 5 kf, he
8'I I !.L! I'' t' i' .- i .- < ..iirt. ,, trf \j ,j, ieeii'l drug, fr- in that tin. lie zrrt Wr.r t until j IN THE STTE OF LORI DATvirn eraar.r.d on t b.y af'pnlfltede-d rrie.. n

I !-, .e t to s r><' tr V r 'A tt \ e1 7 < >,> 0 4 ,. 'n.-fl.xr oil ib.- (. :aj.- June >f J-.7. and Itn hi* b'rit-. SraTz> aFt.d ir I eame .rd'r rnwhw tfaev are aa.q.e- ,
,.f -s- ,.,t .. .. ... f .. > ( had of Jnrfii">nriFlr, /Jura! tn'tntg.1MI .nverMent dupalck. nni the
:, Lq -' -" *'T'; V ..fwj it tijOjj 4f ? ; .iee'j ,|i.
fl .- : I f -: -. T < e-. it r've-d ',sw tj r 'N, ri ,,< J r. ;i. I A fi .- S.r ra'.. a.\ji rrorri li. 'jid* r.jaw, in I Le-wiiiH. 1reitl&r t'rmcrovvasts. fl a -5 the ask the di-i.sd_. B.t ifce ',? ,c ,"

: .V.. .. $ TA4v. ..r1's:4: W. fi. '. -ci-.: 1,1-f ] <-J- ] ilj first | *ray\ -. +i> Enhish: ccialncif\ a ] *-* i 's7J: u. V; Ixl No tan sfjuart No ont be k..t; rpen I i- erfcan two We*k,, ar
t. ,, .i.- ,. '4 ; JOHN j. LITTIJ:. 1 ev-rn hi* f'.i rh- id a' .iTfa % erice. arid a pier i-l .'1 ll !lf f i s. Nr I ra? eflt'y to easy J let wM beaoajitted.uat.la/t. a''*

iOtI IHSKIM: :. fr.>m netr th- crown f u.s h-.d. It lh-n wrnt i C.ritainigtoztcrJ'1 j teet by 0". {I !expir-i nt the two trek -e

I .(. .' I V4V Of Vt\fvfl'tSA\ +tbf; toi I ATTORN I! VT L \ \\* P in- bwlr arid .K-, and diwharz* :n three pure* .i Gives ond-r act bead. *f lisa Citv at irakes e.

; ?-. I ,'. '/4/d -.illi It (frUxM sacrI. f ror.i < rer re tootif fit t Iii lirr. tr>, -paf4tir m rwj : C ONDITI"N t his iweety-rst dsy rrf MT. Aar>0 .

GREAT ARRIVAL .' 'C ., 'I r.a 1 t.e t
ao III :H u, r vi.oou n xi, ofJlr > ..,tt TIlI4AS LfJ1: I) \T7ILL # -' i. '- .1 i-- '.' u' 'fO-Jvl f Bi rr'rrri the b.sntotihe ankl- joint <>n the h ek past.fs .--_ i krfc.fduleXe.. fur C4S*! r>> bcdepitedat r>ne ef tie Ba. the Prt-sMk-ar :

; <..A14 .V S 3 $'; i V Co-inn, th* '_ rf .5.5 r ,,uri .,' Middl-( !*, !! had at wte time htte -n mnniri,; *eirs-s or i *ufrri
) ( iontoif* ainil> I'ilM srd 'b* C' 'irfHI t a J *' nit '-/ ntit oJ *i e. rei4.Ii 1N' th- guts? of( the thr< *t 4rH f S r* place* I hai r e Treasury spr Jyn.g.on arc'-' nt if whit particular t YOUNG -
,
: I"iI1 : -' I- V L.* e Are i. '.ile A-.t,, 7i ..ns i '. -:. tf 7ef5iTj5i4. lu I'-JO, I iivd in Portum' nth N II., ,liMMi'jf in ie schedule cf prorTty it it dcis-i4ited, Cvnn.iuentr uft 'Geny Land Cffic.
;}: Vi tirn I f.,..T2 tnd he ked nub Rt.euraatic '
wa stta< Fever whitilid } h to wit :
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_J. ,' V '. t j J f < -rvti 41 4015 .e t. tSr I p..r.'er.a R Marc- ,
aA4r jj at > CI ] e1. i(. 4.1 j 19ffl fmof ft 'l e'CI. I. -. I J.rL "* *'0, P M ..- icen* of iii Ici-; ., wl.rh MllMi a- !are jiri' i,* 1 te Ucittfi Stttt? rrea mry a- V.'j hmctfon. Dts- NOTICE.In .

t1.. wiIeiie) t e f I).. ..ks.I.I.. ( .. S I. Iusiwy, Merri.c'kwuM.j ; : /7 5 cb SJLj I *-- ff lh r.ther. I.eircj u'idr M'diral treatrnen'h t flirt CoinD.hi the Aessstnt Tre-asorer a* tc :cn, p-.r-3an.-e to tie pr'b.sc'ir t f tee Act c-r OBro -
y I (_. j..te him la..ft>it f. et l1u4l.ttflf w .: S' (le-w1wa' v, al, y i'r .s I.e.-.4feelu4'i E..aiireb D Ila- rS':u I tsratyieaIsen -
14441 i4 ,yeeke .rrav.tt. v:c r. f. M f i luiiw .., .:,<1 tVm. J'cira, 1erbiitl IklG. MEW: ; M. I' MVT OIL, I I'Toiltt 1 II 1:4 fti-dlrfie! hl{>ed f.i* hit* :,d r'wrr'f hi. rea",iHe i i- The C'ollertor of the Cui.trrn. *t ncfVj. NY. .'i,* er *rd Pei.c' ffce Lard OfSc- .; TajJah, .- -,

feAS. Id1 Pe k ere-s I f.A1. thd c )h..a-i* Jrlitltn, Ptrfi'Mtrv, ir_ ViinJovr filaii third Irrw fce aac etiare4 i with ibis f -*--r I il I n Kaltitriore, .'$l., %iltr.inzi'm N. C., Sawaiub, Ga., iil bre"'Jir: K prier to the Hay ,,\ ache, to aIra.n
1 l*> li. trhei hearing ol iJr 'and<' S.ri d : Moc Al ., aiid Richir.oiel Va. -I the value ef
l 1' fLe-ci sev.w' rIa.ti.e-r., ti t l|. I I, I-J- J % ariila. arty e ) ary impri-Er.cr.t, wfcch ia, ,1T.
: ri Tfii eflrptiE. '
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bre pc.ir.e1 l .iei tI.-4 w '.<,,<-*.it a4 f. t1. at __: / -ing |."ilf-i tl\ -<4ti,fi-d lh- t all nibs-v ii rdiciiw-, ha i d | Suts-sors-t the cujtorcs, N .snile, T nn., Cir- ;. 'bci na4e ot the lot* desizikafed .n tbw pr .atta-
ee-W 1iii Polka ST'pjierh. 3eothvtrIe', Elt's 'S at s. ke-, 1 ,1et l ',ffT --tiriB. arnr -. I .rf arid procurt l ,iv Ixl'leu. I'. cinnati, Ohi' ; ar d ''itch pectiteiy apsd tte p.'irhass-j- Fbbsepjp

in.,IJJ ,'.! M 1 1A Saeflilu. I .\II 'c I'.H v: -..f. t.-iw-a' Kid Ti-- rr hhIiii.: ',-. -'all.: -.-. li.'tai-j I f<.f-rr at l lb.i iI I' *..d b\ the ?m.f he fxd t4ki if ail I co'i ider*d KwMtri of public mr.n.s at Turtle Rock, AiJc .-'vf any M np,* bich there are sarh imreve

:. try* '.i- > "' (;. > t,. fi>i* j i t no-iv1, 1,4 ( c. rt. y-f. "! *- .1) K -<1 S i'> r i 1 l-si--t :I4ll(- .1': : HXV 'jin. s.-jl i 1 b.-e ;ctiwi-- hs-ccls-ti.---he Ir-r4n br.21. hi'.d in i,,1 J--rsorvjile, Irid hicazo, h.:., and Detroit, Mich'i her tha-s tie 'wner thereof. ,hai,. its addi'c'n 'o

bf4 f* t P4I l> 4 .-.! i |. % .nffef U4lf*- l !< i (r-w N- (Jr'--.i, o',-l 1 tot .icI. :__ s Mn.I.--.r ( jrrit" hi-, hersnd lip*--fi'.r i i.rn.r u se. soC. tbe paid fo the Tinted < >ates. he. .,... L...

l, .L\-' & \'ll :* M1J.L'-l ; '- 4jii,4I4JWAttta| IS. *{'.3JI.11' t MNM.M'I.UM.11.! : ; < ii-, r" t"< iiv l t.-4rnv J> Iirt.1fteg.Uedateiataow1C1eececr.ls.i.- !'liti< -se '' Cacti !bid mot bt arrrraf arwei' with a ziara-ity, by M, r o.red. I-i ry to the rro-r et the iffiDn> e-
ili I II 'rifjbi'd him Attfwt time If liec-airie d.4f nhid!Pt m the forci b* 'o.> M hich mt..t be menu, the caise rf them
I!.Ml M' I .. i'i < I d on re'j'iy wii At4.P' J J7 |>| > l furh, giefl rriil >d by a* thus acer'ai5eai4 ,f

'... <... ... i. ..... .-... .1. .. .. .. ..... .i .. ie.C. iij. u, ,ii. ? ...-i.. ,. ll.l tft t < ll.<. I...!.!., .-l__.-t 1 f'i-itinud until ]Ian t Mirrh. nhfti hi, rie'.t! enr If,. a rc.Ileetr, nsval ci cer. marshal, fnittd vtdtidis- patnent tPs-refc-t 'hell r.0 be made uor. itt da* r,

iia4 %VI.t French G in hams, Fancy AcASM render stirs rlifw r.' flee) fre-st t IM' rei bZ5fl 4;! in e ,i.1C 4ff c x-tr ,rrine 'h.jj .p trirt &IU-f'iei cr fK>->traa- --r, that the z arziit'ji icoodad -. vJ.ichlhe 'ane was purcha-e-d the lot shall be ara.a

%L-I-i rMl : I.I. .... .i1 .......t -f f tfi. f, '.11121.arcq> t t.e 110- SIair. /-'l' Cii Ji" k .. icier 4t lt c- l Iuwe1 <.4> i .. >.t of there ai that i he was in a great mea-sr e the party L-iakinj it .s respone-iWe! for the at l M'C cats- en the nex> dsv cf te ate<
d of iiitKII ars'.un*. torts n s-hall
| i' t.J e-rec I pcr not r* capable of
.i., it r. ii E.j. un* < ..i ot.-4 1 -,, ln.l becemjciz the
1.. -i i .ii>- j... / L. .i ,- i/, I./wt-il I.r.M &. A.MFSJVlcrs v inz Hut SanHi' Sar'apisia!: was the >nl''w "! On r
';., i | 4Vl".r 1 .l, i'/M ti.di' iii< that had or 'i'cicebun n 4 t ..r :: i.-. I.IK' JJJ.11 .. l.fM>KMJhlJtUJA ( Variable ljill>'. -, Mr I'AM ir. Xi',
t" .>/i>t "-J-1 ,ha* fakr 'i NiTi d lcllari worth, nlur-h( han rrinoM'it 1 fljiri 'l e- Un f.- 5t.s-- tlc nj -rr> lecritx( b-.ih.j-, paid for, the *me may be entered at -r.Ta-e

FIi I Truth IsuilKliI } and Iii 11i1s case has t-: htitri' r frm bit e\r_ and hoannz, *nd I hc- n'vi i in the bid, aii.l paid tor, Mill Jx- eee utrd and ac- saiear-. paying to the Urted Staff, the HMB it

For Sale. i I I'l.'v.iilnl 4ji;,.-ar s to (be' curd, 4 id ra-lir-iil vi. I and be. knrrLaedcd! the Elicit'.r <>f the Trcasjry, tree ofJ which it we- bid off, md to the rwwr e.f ,fce lm_

1 i lff'4 II 1.1S '- lr.vi t iie ir ,t le-eji a li t icte til Ihi" latter tr.jubt.'fli5fht Lava been asecite..J all charto f h* porehse-r. Sjch nrtyarjce Mill !; prove rr.enrs, the previons.! ajcertained raloe tkeie-
II ;
'PMKW I rf. A !u -I.J l he giai- ?r4 l IM i it t I hurl rotitini -d thnrou U the .T the P -t tree c-f Gtce i tilj
; I ice-iii I Ice Sulli l hut ue Sarsapa f.atarae} loan pr.at its- the Ln1I -
I l I I'ji.l!,!* < ..'iiit. I ..t 1 i'inj i. 'i- <;|i4rl. UK 111 fiti I tut ir .iKuini-
Ml1
( i i iri 4 < v\ wti ,
41 ; the
la nttti hr Act
i istui.il (I. 'i waa ur,<>r irill'wnee tie fret tin.-. ted Male*. -is rna* be rt-.1ci'-itrl. By of Ccrres. aforecaid
the
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1 I.if ,i ,. i.l 3 I I., I'trv I ..I l on C. i L ..,'hi. ci l i f l l I DiI 1 ice< ace c n t he- North, lh j ninnon
< tiling 4 a. Lieu < 4tJ i, cf
: ib. each
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Thea.ar. ,
lj.t; sr4 the Uml iii wt-ll I IVJIK the J'ulf atinpln 5t4e-Tzu n15 '.1 the fi'ts i-f thi P No bid wit: ce- 4cr*}.Ud unless sh.ll! he satiii 11. l price town lot i< fixed at tentT-fie deBars
141I. I".I, III' 4- < ( IV*< :.n ..'I .!,.i. h II. ''Ikl4ll h.- *l..l l ..i lfl. I.I. 1 4 '. j.- -I,. (N.f 'IIficsfl, 'A I'llMl I riK- awl r4 ci each ,
I feel\ if d'ltv
j| h/jiofir Soul Ii Airiira I li4,4i'l Iii U'rtt r:scp, IR> lo rEtire liens, ( rtq knoci farfory to the S/imt, whtlttr there s'-j1* be ore out lot. at twenty-five dollars
,
I *Itit. ll'4l if t. .. h : I**- IH C -41V l'l ,ltlfl < 1.-c fflrt lhlaru .. I Itilit. per acre
tiller r 4l Wfl ''<>, k 4< |!t | -< (S to theiutilt for the b ri-fit I
c-f tho evh n.'rshid l
\ is- ttr t- RICHARD
cr
., llx > 4ft kuuMii and 4.riuld Tier iirrr 4ljd. ) nay p pit | crty. M YOUNG.
CI44i 1 $? er.a ildI Em$ < -r( i.uacli Ia l>A>-l llitt2) ll-n( Ku. .i-fc, M.i!p < dlflirt-d lilt f I 1
in tri4tin >- linu a 'ill rcifviririca c.1 I'ffdre biddiis, all ftd Oi7wiMtfner / tile
for lli.-ui ti4 i.e. 4frfl.! 1 IM tin4ili4U of ijuHlicihf p. : pr oni arc reqnc' toIIi.EII.C Central Lard Ofieel
A J 1.... U* 'aJ' .is1aIc' -f ,l Ih'ir iU.lli- li n i q t | r< r it, 1 .- Jur- -
I 1ci lid .
i M-.i! fi'iin P I
r.jr < Of tlurnl'.ceeciii.ttd .
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4ii-4i! .1| I hi ir lv X4l | < | ihi sviiial'satIc iiitti: ll e initiation, tatur. I f\ 1 I3c
l ea i i 1I it Mii II t .4-tj .. U'll 1,4.( .,. >tt M 1.. ..ijl.lioi."yUtifi .-. cdf Wild> L.4L.. AlVJ, Z.,'ii SUhlf. crMI l Cr.+,-,, :irii -' Uce'hniis-. and title of the property ih lott-r.d tn bid for _
kr, 4rd e.i,. cc N lib IIiIte !'p. eel awl 4 (p I4 t fry Vial.! all ci wl ksrh 1 wilt -l'! l I..w Iti 4(1( diav* of the ilOffld) ( h, > i aVJ'irniii4l ri'- f.Siijfvli M> a rely upemtb.it usnjud'met' n u.Jir: ;. cf Florida.JlFER'OX .
lie fiery r. ets* c.'eul .4..e IjI t1 -it4iii. aiMl tin. S 4$tl. Z''fu14.s WMJll'l( I'. c'arrle| Mill J'J Mfll t'l '
Iif l'i' .- ii.Iaifi///, Mrfur I n, 1 ;.-Tl,.-u f- riirdi -. ',. Amncr tic Icet dj> for receisinz me. the bid
l_ 'e-.4r .AL... .. ..... ... '. ..4 """".'. '. ." .".. rim It4i cir isii( ie'I i'i ii ilfir 4lliri ClHCtIT CrtRT.-_If CHA
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wr -. ..r'tl I llu- 4f( fieii I Mjnmh W. !Pc .. will benicr'sd the) of and >CE2T.iliiaia
a ptisii 4 l.1e e ii.jtH i \ 1IJth.IS. j aiik. 4i'l i..sufeerie.| ., 4'-in/,v| ri the ronntitudulr jj.f >.e n- e ; in | rennet offcctr of the ,.
.id u..4- will-rm nitb ltit the a>. ertiirale hlur drpjitneiit a nl.jil be able to alters! ilsiley Adin'r ir lom, non of John Bel-
oe and
( .4c.I bu f4 .' : I.rISPeIJis .t tl tIlAdi_ % ill I Mill be
iji / Sgeat. Low Al ) *, ix'iil : I J.j- l ? c .in Lsy deci- ,ed
AIHI! /'.. 1 '.. J j' Chan*. a IK! *( nl'.4ll\ |-*-rl nn a ia>JjC4l cure tuiMTiibrd, and "tatef-iciitcc therein cor/iiind,, \4iruiid aid I5Ps.stifiliSi a* (cs-S? as pacfiraMe.N"oti .- a Complainant

l/t Ii A' 'I'ylfr -1>"4r Nir -*lki mo rYtifv NoticeI 'IIXIIMOMALS: /ire Irix. 1 l I.-n- fi.e. < v. ,: fc zi-n pronn! tl\ to earls perso:. u fco,e p*.
i\lf4.1: f.1 I 4 lelltr( Jtoin l Dr. UainM.rif VtiiIaekl-i \MHS RIUF:, Justice .fthe IVarForfiirth' >. bid i T-cepted; !, but to ii.i i the'* RansonJ. Robe.t., -/ at /
$h41 a..i, s.i.,1 J4e-fl..i '.e. il..' in.l J S III OKI5V fit-, Dial <.. oiif. It .,-, rtM<- of flei |.l.i4, iUii.1 I < l ni4r\ ,'. I lvl', :-' V.iir 1'ilU are -r lurlirtiljr jrnl con -i-i i\ en ii.h-ii' a. oftiiitcrifirV4iii I 7. 1 IK same c-f the bi .Jtr ctoul\ !, in all ca'ea. beMrittina' TT rearing to the satisfaction e f the Court, by af.
'l.iIls ae.4 try aceel
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e-1M'se4e.sV .ttt-ivrd ,l- J X
r4 < .
l lent.
4 ll Mt4t eel J Mii". I H-ui.! Iktrof fid4Vitm4deinthistaHse.thatR3riM.inJ
It* c <- and -Hir4' hid Ifruth and iSle Rcbe-ts
ti.iM.il in I lie., i cIi.ratsicsi.| curl vil fuel < wfiful ; i > C i j.aisai-1-Is-is. i n a Jp; land. The biddersFi..ui.J ,
ir IM ,t< ccci. lull, wet..ei| 4iii t..-i,< lii I ,te.- (p e in
| yi. < 4 J.e-v..eu. Ribert
| jMy > il
in ( J'l'.ri'li. tlrr'tl *: % l-ol, -d et I'm.-rutl
ii4 l4ir ;
,
Affii.M the defendant
heir < lr! < N <'l 4fi% lust I hate eve t tue-f Mlthina Kr4tiPr j g cc riaineof the |>ot cfLce 1\\hich ctmt.'iUiiiraJions reside -
&'ir.ul a he .t lr 'lfrt. l'e.'i eseel Ae.e I'.liv, l In l leer lhii eIi.l l.v ln 4ff..rii4lilitJ Inn ( e-(11ICft( f>. (..Ir (ifarlix '.1 -.dii atd twi nv ri-all.. Ilii-ir par.-d jri-1 MMlA A. f!. X I). S.N1)S Pro, ?. '. f,.i Pun pre to be cent iul"f 'lice} State of } lorcda. s-nj that Krar.cea

4..IIar. eAleeeh uu4 hs... t: lICdhlb 41'l! I !!i.,.. Jii.lx<- e.l tic (V' Mli- I..u( 'ci l Mm s..I| ( .nrlv ,I I the f livl<-, 411.1 Ii.-in4- uri ttif impniitirii cit the!>ili'iri blood.on ;riI'm' 1'iilToi >tn-el. C'.rni-r eel V, ill-; -in, N. Y I I *>- Uids rnu-jf Lewaled and marked fn the ont.idein Uilti4ir. .A4n.ni9iratii\ WiLhaml!. Uillwrns,
.
rvii1 Mild UK* Ji ?tlr i. { HIM| is..h.'Je4Ist| | ".fu4 |..r a li tril..tli'.n <>t >4nt -tt4 ..,wI| .ldalMA deceased, re-idrs m the
< iI.i, three ievi.i Trp Mii 'ri nnr' % r.KWIsxMrS.Tiu: .h? .-.- -,SMITH I the1 wrrds- *>ri.FDBID on U S pRoprni r stern Circu.t f FIcda
| .4Oi l r lw. Ur r.iiiiilli. I (Lave kt*> < I. t | i\tr4rt: ..I$ a Ml.r nmi lr Ilet.rv I l Ibell cil Maik*. aHdri--s,-d t.- the Solicitor of the T rtra- RtberM. Elijah
iii.4 il (tsi. 1.'e QKJT -
iie.iile ljilt-1
Iblity r; n It s | | Roberta
M- dIii i. r'I.! i l I..r 4 <(1i'.lnU do
| t ind liv Dtiu;iiti trcneralh ( Lrou hout the! United I uryV" tJ listen, DC" appear within leer
L \ln\t\
0' I I'-I I for
| >IH S.4t'i l.. IKll...- %rr% f.4'.h >vl nio.l ieje-| kiwi et i I II IAT..ts..b :- jtlliwt f.-irrru. J umths. and -aid Krances
M.\\\ltl>, 't'1.4. 1*. Komi ft| a bid, -*\ and certitlcatc Wnlums, Adra'x. as afure.
iik In-Mljrli.-ii. guarar :
I'il.h 4ii-l lr llkl Ixn tl! I.H (ii'lilv if lice Km?!*, and
laiM r a1IK < r ciiii c..I| in,- efic.r'rfti.iI slid within
leer I'-ieIicnrr. Prier, .i | I ..tileSi li'ittl.i for ". I the l trio inrrth, from the date of
--iilin2at the
-untof
,f the l per : in ct pub
|lit. Pc-li
apis-er. rs'
*-ieilI-e.i1 l d. a I4e1 ieiI..i.tr in dU!) iilkt"il| r ,ij.IU Jar-I _'. I 1" IV | Pill art an exj lication ot thin rder and
4iIJ4is 4.1 vu. 31.. i: MVKHst i : j rlleiit I| Hrfilinri"" 'rj- Tb.P1i'c111 ar<- r. ,tM< tluH' re3..etc-cI( to re- in (tie Stitttt t hereby offrr the l"r>itrd State I hoiiMnotbt sLew came whv thu suit
''i i4 ic-r'.be-r tics( it Siii-h' that hitl (liiscsni cf dollars! ire nh} f., their rernedar-d answer the ordinal
t F..r iile LKWIK X M ; S.ra.icar.iid : >r4-n c< r right, tide, bill
Iae-m h..t. ,t. fiII by AMIIS MILI1S NAMI -
t.rr I I
.re-e i'.e.i .r P.a.-. Bar and Billiard Room. tiled in thIs ca..otherwise
jr.DVVAIM I ;: ) \K\ARD). s ml i k rofi,>ta-itlv ar'm-t 1112 scene rs-riiarkatle! core f I interest? arid claim to (the( property diseribmnum! a decree tuning the
1e4hse4e"elIa I I Ii M.VMS &. .SMI.s. .MILLSNASII.
M'A'lir IJJ.o. I MifMin MavSIM7. i ,I IKIfiol uitl.rnlt HD-H i>I f disi Mt to \sPiitIi the l.uri4ii l>&-r in the printed advriseirient( ol the So- MIne w .11 pas and the oncmal bill be taken leg con-
-I I'
(. )I.IHVf$ |{ > IJ MN! Mtr>. ii.1| .,n cii'tuirv Mill | ';,1| rt .ia,! it i.cfuaI'le-r
MJII"j uet.r'cceeI| l ilnllv. __ __ Iraiui 11 4iit>j I
l..- f>$|IH| Hi kit llil) I <\Mii e.I l trijU/t Sutllli) a,4 1 1Ml r ) n.r..rn..tt ln. fin. r l< rII be publishe-ti in ,
I aii'l$ OK |i.t.h.r Hut lgl.li4 .IMii.| a IM! { AMI Jefferson County I'''141 ill-. and taker r can I Pier.lrrcc.Ier tin rein mentioned and I herein in Consideration 'Vr'MI!* Circuit ere newsp.pe printed m

HI LI.L Mil) |li ii H\I M-Nin.ll,. .. 1 12. ISlo.; 20( Ijr fit (he i>rtmiie-s, asrre, in rase tn> bid theiefor of Florida once a week for four
111 ll lie- \V.
) H.AM It .i ,1 l I.Hhi 3 TLOLI.LC'I (IK'S( SA 1.h. II I- montls. .
I 11,1 1'I.Mll ,11411. I..I I 111.-IT a l > '.| ,,. i.e.. ea.l shall he accepted by said Solicitor, to dei posite that AC(Signed b TITW)
I IIV v ii I ut of dill hoi in sc-i.tei3 ire icirl l, laii. I shall Chewing Tobacco.A kiitii ill lawful in one of th > d S <
,'.Ifit-llnn inone-y. pritonesrncntinned dUUC.
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New OrlcatiM iMli.iiui- lillfl.l! .MMl'l .
Typo I I1 MiJ.IIii: July
Foundry I ) 1. ls.7|
.. Ice [ xjM'si- li.r s.il., I..fire| I il I.- Con 11 t I Iuiiec" dwr, in iniid adverti-emerif, within I tLirtv eJavs O 4ci1resh
i u <>1 I inI 1 I SLTKKIOK irIs-| ire lull
rf|>| rmjili' ci.'i l pound Ininpa. lou
| iii. it in i t< i ll> nli
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MdNinrs$ 11 itvisiijM.; u'\Hi :iKirsi. :. J ) Mor.ln i-I llu. ii-i1.t.i.! .u ("'iii.lv on I HID alter bid shall be accepted and notice thereof
,.,l l.r_ my
i Ili I I! \lt I. *I<,HIMI cli.|| I Hit- d<-4l l\'ini I \ e, ljifHuf sale liv IJIRCIIKTTX LINDKNISEKGLR) ?
,\'a Ii. t'.aFtJ.sef "ml Ctx'tit : 4lii 4 jrnU eel( ( oM 1:C1 I. r r\t \l151h1(1/ in ()< lnlnr tt'll, July t?, |"M7 .iii sent t to me bv mail St. Louis Flour and Bacon

1 IOin II. I ii.f Ml'win. |>ri* <-ilv. i.rei h ll.ernf will I>.i'fd? Is 17. for
I tIE ttr l 4Xt- lC aim I u CO.e I'utt I I4lld r.-is unl IH .| ni.l 4I all II..IM-, : HUH a' Sale.
_.t. Ie.tei-r. t rillll.l.. H.jt (II),. V b..% .t4tl.-.l .1|jV II It.1Ii.|! 411.1, lit nil ..t *ll< llll'.ll lU i.iiitit-i* p-iv I liSt ale and Counlv ,i\ws due t ll l. n-on for I the Notice. I'or Value ceived. I cuarantee blue United Stilts TUST received sc'ir.
ii.ltklrii.iir '1 ni'l.; Mil'MfKY' 1 1.1 ii. e.gi 1.1 I. b..H-. <-a, Isin;, viz lIce pirli.nnjrice (-f ticsiii- cit undertaking bv the J per Tallahassee, on consign-
k 'wii.l1 in lln, 1.144w i.e fl.ce.cg4l ait- "H I I. R. ward X Co men?, I" barrels STAR
"ami" Kirk FLOUR.
I tip 1t.e- t..l.. r e. lieu I 1j411.t, % 4% C CII It4.j.f i*l4 lioutu his e tZiltdt.eIl Cull 4iiil l
(Ii Mufkluili "I i lif < \M Iflw <-. e.ssl. 41 M II, ItIIM( M.I OX. % i: i.! .N 1.1.l 4 ',.', T I. It(I. t. N X I..lI'i.l s- j4ni.H KiiU i jiiili'.ri/id divMilv d by inuluil eeiiirit 1 I-i-I7. 'Western country ,, warranted equal to any in the
is to settle( all buoiri'fi
l -I* < 44 |l..ii-.l; I.> llllljlll II I I- .ji.iI.ii.t-eI I | te-e-, MwllfMrllii. MJI.I I. I lit?. IIM NW4.MVJ," :.-s. T i lt l. N A. P., ,! > i crrcict-vte-.i l with_ I tln-i I ceitify that the alxive guarantor is respoaible for ii Casks clear SIDES 1 do
.- N u 4sIJ: ." ? cT. i it! N I: nie thes>um mentioned in the alxive bid SHOULDERS.
I. x x r. 4cc
,
e.4 {irilrwl il lll t. ry li-*|>n | Mr lill ><1iir In J.ic.cgurksi.y will ALSO. -5 boxts
.lI lee- i..I IOhIV, SI I : 4. S VV4.2". T I K '&, N &. I-.th' rontiniu' the business at the 10 Plats of (the lands at Boston can be 'eenaf the very superior Tobacco, 7 do me
II % if not lli li4H y old fami "f Kirksev
X common 5
-ward here
lirl in liceI I '..iheil ?.lIe-e t\ <* li4Vrl.4iKlm Ii'e a. we-tv I Y ln..iills aflrr dAle, I tin iind.Tii nil!, IX<-rttl..r N U 4. N K I 11: T. I Ii. :i, \ X 1 I'. li i>< hi Mill be office af the United States district attorney in that casks commonBrandv
to
J'i.1 All in 'l'..%% nsln, > I I.Kaiij '' :"I t, N X i:. ic-f- |Pttaall rweivo a eiiiiliniunre f-f ( lie lavurs of Ins c city, and in the Solicitor'* office in Washington. J. R FOR1UNE,
the Udl Mill d ] ; lying
4 .Hiiiil nl I |i..s. |u a u<| Job Ixltir \ j ji> In.jin4iii| ol Iiuij4tiiiu. ; in old friends ti"l Ihoseof Mr I II I. R SiwarHJXMILS August, 117 3
'hairi-s. d.. \tile\ L I fl tscill Ciylllll )- 11. Hid> not pertormed on lIce part of the bidder,
the Ulr.t nlVlc, lu wlil.hwi* Monldcrfll I Ii. klli-ll ocj-* ci. t < iii i>niilyMi ill|| pp'senliu KIRKSEV

lluii (it I'lililer* U-foie( $pinclukili u-I.4! % In.it. AD I Iaill'ir li .ce iMiul* Jlid V..IK IK-IS |is i I ll lie I llmi J.i.Ieci Pin. SMITH MM KINS', HANsLL R. M: VARD., according to the terms specified in the above conditions DK. ('. II. BUNTING
C ( Ii I1'flUsl h ale .4 l.. < 4iid Shir and tr of/ino/ TJ\ Cut.! Jill. Co. maY, at (the option of the Solicitor, he declared ,
Iii4iiu(4t lilli-d ) n lull 4n- .I 4 lualrll*! '> on i.m.U ni4Lc 4idi| | <'jlioii, lot 1 1. tJUSI.I'II t- Tallaliassre, June 00, IS 17. ,r OAtfonicy SURGEON
June 2'117. null and void. In all where DENTIST
ll Hit . ..e-t wili4ll mil 'I N.-xv ( : : been practised against the United Slates, the Solicitor I TTAVING permanently Iccated
; k u |M4! V.jik pnIt IIAIKIX: It.-iit..r.: | I in Quincy,Florida,
Deaf .
*. We tl ricul l I.l llH i Mill Ii) i iis.Hlr4LCl lI.11 I IA'Ii I iii ii. Aniil 'i. ISI7 'c7 .,.. and Dumb Aoylum IIMV: before exi cutinr the conveyance, declare the JLJL peetlully tenders his .strvices to the

\Vc4ii-u IM I'll IIAIII sI! iii iii4niii4i inn itu \.SS HI 'J.I I 01' RT.NM: ( KV at I ;ixv, bid invalid! and of no effect in the various branches of his profession. From public his

ft'I l I'VI'Kt'l: 4ll lM4KMll| .iI.-, Ulll| |>M> ||.I|.uu..* \Vf Notice. f, | ) I lll'kiihsinbi I I: r, as t tin- r< .idndK hi of t lie said .llontirello, Jefferson County, Florida, R H. OILLET, e experience and success in practice, he feels assured

\, (Kll<| l*>l I'tllll-I lUllVI4lt I Illlf 4lll Illll I, III '. in- I SI! I \ luiiiilliH alii-r l lase those who may patronise him.

li-ru| Ill 0111 ].r.\S: | I.4MIIX 4I| i-s.f U.is.i li-I I Cl| ., l. cii| I Itjiml) I N d '...n.il.i.jM.I.. lair ci I i.Iuiii1ii4 IS inn lie onif /.iiir/nit a, ,\M'\il\ \ 1'i.ur 'I Iii-iisand Acres WILL and of his Count ol Columbia the September :1, 17. 7 ct; Dr B refer the public to

Ie.iLiluli. ) Wlltrll \l' Ulf v.iIi4.t< % t l ll |I.e III.. I, M |><.| l Ct.iinlv. I la.i I I |..n ______ Inlmlirlr. Wrmrdlwi .NK ___________ | it Icr St.l1.1( Ji-.iccl.s. AUo, tin /lif-fil lo ljurute, I lo a I A iignt i, I Hir. 5 R. E. LITTLE.
N |..irf.V4 lllll/loll Mli.l S'lilllli rlir.SSlS.,: : Hlncll ( \iliiliittl I'nUtiU i.i.-I) I-.U l i.r 4 ili.rluli'1'. l.lllld (-Xlllil'I LIVER & DYSPEPTIC Otfice opposite lice M. E. Church. Ladies waited

_ _ _ | i(>-llirr$ i illi I'h i ('uei. (''.ii.i.uII| Sin 1e. I'urInluir \VI1.I.I.M ( 0K.iln.V: In4! ,\ Undi Mrri-M Iti-In I il anailv) did', byclii I.u\v Nolilte.IlICKENIlflOUflL MEDICINE on at their residence as usual.

| iiU. veil rvi l i.llirf 1 lll I .1r| I.-i1ui.re.I, | in I I IP Illeaerite h -riv. i ;. i i--. \N\ .'-.. I INI 17. i I. i.in* i r\rii| -nr .1 l j'ul e, 4iid ir<- Ix Iii-vrd tu In-amim stItir PERSONS of foible constitutions and those e>f ,e- Seplembei Il IM7. 9

J'finlnht l Iii.utr. Milt Iii Il'I| l mi luii.l and Imnuli- Notice. I iincst in i lie coiiiily_ ( : : .v MAXWKLL.WM habits, are often Iroiildrd with habitual

I ul 1 Hi Ui4iniUrliiri'( |'I i M i ( II l)1.l'UNl.1rn -, costtvenms% which olten rvrrlH a vcr) nntavorable Bagging and Rope.

_ _ 1-II, u, I IC.1 I'$ .sI.r .Isnt f.h IIetiuIe N.t .. ni.it.lli nil. r iljlc. UKji I MM l\. rul..r if I lln ? It S- II. .1 influence their iremrai li -allh( '
ij 'f
S'lV ; A'y : i I II I 1RO! ( KrNIlt'l': ; ) < : i ilMillrrturiiton r upon which is |tart ic- 7 K PII'CI.S: : Kentucky
___________________ Islib.| for J.l'i li sid ii.< Ull.r.- ill|| IM l.lrll. li..l .Mild l tvill aiul tr.iiiiirit| 1 1 Aillnir I Jl'irii'V. N-ii.. Q.iiiicy.Jurie r., l-t7. 17 Iv uI 1,1 in tune to atttiil all I the CoiirN <.( I the ular!) manliestd ty irrigularity.il not titai IOS-M( I ty for sale on reasonable Razjring terms, i coils of Rope.
., j r.lnmlei i HI iliUll i if I IK- n t ir,1 t.y oljlmj ||I.. ,|/rol b.-ra.wMl.| Mill fllAr this bv
| | i. 4lH'll In I till* I llxll .111.14.' :Middli i tin ml t, and nl ickson and 1'ranklin Coiin- appetite. In condition ol the .nctem. this article BIRCHETT &
III* |iai.e.r.| .n I In' I4i I aee,1r I 1' ii..l he41Isl ii) eel c it l I'Mlidll rl Lee ( eiiliIb Icir Ic lit-ri 'if iIi1tiilIIotcC : LINDENCERGER
is confidently recommended
Milh
CABINEMAKING. I l\\ii-i in Wist t 1 Ilttri.I.i II X M. MillaUn I attend (the the assurance Auju vs. I'' IT. 6
_ % i4 $ IIii U ISii-iil.: ..I >4nlJuU i-e.laIe that U the dose *
Siipn line!! an l I'cili rat < .,,irts.! llietr t lime Mill be is l propcil ly adjusted in as rot to
__ fr-'I ho |'l ..pr.ei.itu| ..I m Wsjiaf.rri who Mill (mil. 17. II7 :. ;iii (IS ruled trrltifivfltf lo thr If move the boMels too aclitch relief ma he relied
.. I lull i 4 tie Lit-rlirl H-ill tn.Mrlht, and .-i.1 (I*)I-r i>.\ii <> \ <\: t.VCII.: fill profitiwn, and without the Boots and Shoes.
rl.inii-4 upon or even Itast
aKainthe! United any vmj'loasant
blate
Dr. *. lor the attentive conseiiutncis -
i p lM .Mir 4fi"* wi VI will IM |*ai.l I l.r Ibe ad,uli iliirM >. J. H. Scales, n \VING Initinht ( lie uiliro stick and ii.tercst l of |iriii-ctiticin \\liirharransfi7niil9 have been made resultmi from the use of common / 1 ENTS super call Pools, Gent's fine Bootees.J

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I (cell in Tv l |re'. i.-fMriil *l4lUlu .f 4l,,.nl i ihf.H 'Iii .i.i, In ill all I kinds nt woik i i in I hat I line, ami Marrh l.'l, 1 Ig7.| 31 Persons subject to ISilious Cholic may rely en the Jailer*, Men's kip Prosrans-nxreived firm New Or

'c GIJJTN'; : \ CO. J (< wn-Ux I III* ItiHiin M at D I )i-iii'lI' ) .. hop** I lie |iilron.v<* lull tulori-uiven; to I he ttliop%) will preventive properties of ll-is medicine by using it on I leans by the Schr. Tallahassee, and for sale very lowby -

- : Juno_ 'M, IMV i n <-in I l1C4imst| Row Ladies \ acted np'Hi at i I lu-ir 1 1' nlrm i-s. iiii' iIilii IiMI. iiuiriiiirn| p in the4ir4iiNilniiiiiiHiMiit IiiliIiiMi Blac&smithing the first inlimalionof anapproachnmaltack.( There IHRCI1ETT i LINDENBEKGER.

July Iii. 1-17. M \\ I i i ; I liny rjn HUP N.il'I isricti-i.. Horse-shoeing, .p to regular attacks Cf August 28, is 17. 6Torlci

: Boot and Shoe Making. In v i-\iriitilluir <\ -ii ik f lt, and Jie, Millini; to IIMIMI Itilli iis I Ietcr almost ctt-ry l ts.tI to such> the use of _.
: undi .
rMirnril Ins
:v I MIIKuiHr'ri I l il> d.hjt me imirlu-cd I llnI Middle Circuit ol il Ill) 44 rojionjMr? Icrini a-i c.riy other workmen JL tnidearraiiffcmenls to carry this medicine is r..unintended beginning to usit : SHFRERY GIVEN that
on the III.CKS'MI1 an applicai1 -
I i-herr vlmk and. lial,| <-M4t. .4| I.ren. i\ JlF''Il-'N( ClIUIi( ( )( RT.7.lIit in (ilii* Slal*_ Ht'slXH-sS in all its I by the middle of Ma) or tint of June lion twill be made to I he
I Ii'.ind;i Il. He I has Legislature at itS next
Iliiiii I.u. vvhtiu .Iniiit l -4\inn the st .te, ii.-I 1'tMrre M4r.li 'd. l lcl7.| .Ti: paid particular at lent ion to I Hor- eSHI Those M hose dise .iive organs are feeble ellen s-i-ion, for the Of
1 1ii.
C .-i ,_. and feels confulint that he experience passage an act lo incorporate a
Inn, liumU and tinI ran Kive satMlartioii -nseof lullness Batik,
ropretlullt inii'ims a s Meikht and to be
At I.irlini -nl Air called The
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Bank
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Choice Wines I ID who favor oppressionabout of Middle Honda.
I and any may him with
'1- I.ti1.l.e Ili4l hr l* al |>u Mill at llu. e>ld *taud, brie r.itirio AW.Hi ii'i.l! K. '*rlK ( !?.t'ci.< ViH'Xil.Ui.'McriluiiN.iiii'liii Liquors. i tins Ces3icet. HM their woikin the stomach) after eating will find this medicine An-rust 21: is 17. 5
I I if u pri-uli-d| litrxiiiiie all wi.'lc in I.s line with A BY ling. U'AulU, Irom New Voik. \M-liavoro-) oliop ij MI the rear of the Cit* afford almost immediate( relief.
i I i.-.IIIil..iIt| I Iot.-I I, and adjoiiiilhtf I IIrry
i | meet I .Irl.atete| | I ll Ir IKO-ti halid lie iii.i.t i il I llu- ieclleci iiii articles Stable ol M.*'sr._ Mil Ladies their confinement New
wliah near
|I.ru.1111.l| lirul | nii.li r tin* lutne an I style ol i Danube .INK). Me trill sell I Irr X lirokaw I Hit I otfen suffer from Style Shower Baths
ol c lf Viu and 4,11 0.'lit ol ntliirruU.) and will I*. AI.1..H & (..._ I IrpJII Ij lo \ fo .I'ljuti iiiil ollii-rJ -. l he rc.iltectl.illv solicits price* Mill lit very I liberal and heartburn and costiveness : fo such this article is / be had the

: nukeal% khoil) I i ilii-r, .iul l iii ilirt %btsi nuiiiur. 4 IMKIIS \ \NDMIOIH..I( ) di irrii i ll hislilh. do do hENRY B. TITTS least dan and such as every person ought to
Tl.ltMI'.NN \ tin.I *tr, and with great benefit.
ilinl I Ilic
: ; liy iiI .l i initiliii..n! nf | ln alxive Hint June I IMS 17. -1' In sick or nerv hate to insuie health
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: |ii..ui. II.H.U I'lMllltl. ...I.%.l. iiiI) .>thrWtM' irpeiri-el| III l>\ alliii-liiiionl. Mint re rr<|tiiriil In 4)).JH-..r anil pla l 1 CaA Old Port Wine.VJ t ous hcadacl it is invaluable June 12. ISI7. during hot weather

.. -: K'xxl .1) I. aiid at I r4 .ulile( rlur t*. !Ic vsill vvjr- I., I Ice Ur4lioii iiliii in HIM CAMMI! Inn I the tune M. d .ira Wine, Notice.SIX This article will be found to act a< a pie.-sanl cordial 47

., rant hu wurk (lo IH- .I id I.> 'nv el liie( in 4l'.' lace. I.rt-Crct Cl ii} l.c'. I Pipe SchuiLin (Jin, and Ionic, restoring (he appetite( and at the- 300 Piece

l mid to |{ivn e KIMM) .4ii after date, I -hall present mv arcount I same lime fulfilling every intention that the Calico.

l .tlier eiikiiiii. .\ll.'nics for Piccicititi.c1iy PtMrli Urandy, Apple Hraiulr, \oncher to the linn A. McDonald, Jud'tof purgatives are intended to ellect It tu common SPRING and Summer Prints, choice patterns, just

., : JQIIN l.r.KCll. hl7. 4 :. Iri-h Whiskf\ Malaira Wine. Probate in and for the County of Madison, arm and, Mhen used according to the purely directions vrgrtable and for sale by

_ _ _- I ?iIiy'.l I7 13 ; ii lilKCllirri XJ"l I.INIENIlEIEfl.( apply lor a discharge as Administrator? of the eslale M ill bf found an invaluable article( L. &. H GREENBERG &. CO.
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C -- tiTisi'Mts \ .\ viI.ncillURY: for > 1 l, Ibl7. :TCI e John V. Ikbardicou.laten( said Ceuntych-eeas-cj. aflliriisl with Dvspepsia.Derangtaient especially of the to those April 3, IS47. 37
I ( Liver
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Mlrliv I.r.U'lSX AMKSKrl't S It. RICH \RDSON. or General 11.-hility.

'i fomralnlon ivd I'orwnrdln? Mmlinut, uir> 2cc. -17.. :31 Dwelling House for Sale. Madron County, May 13, IS n. 43 ,;??- Prepared I h. Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike DR. J. S. BOND
county,
I 1 J0| |I'uyral ktrcclfKKWOKI.IANS. Notice. -. A SM :M.I. romforlalde DvMllinjf }house forsale at Georgia, and for sale bv appointment at OFI'?:]?'
: I.A.BUYIN.SKLUN Monticfllo. Jrlfernon Ci( ,unl\ iuljoi fling Judge Medical Notice. E. UARNARD, Jr's, Tallahassee and the surrounding countrv.

:. $ (J. Ki'iiVlKJ.: : AM) FOR S IX in nlu! alter cijit llitlmini lrator o f the Chare'* properly. I It Mill be void on time to gui I Drug Store Tallahassee Office at Ccl. Hsher's Hotel.

'I 'nJ l l Ii wilh {.ioiii.lin| ?*4. 'Ul<* (.f Uillum IL Kil|>4trickdx-ra 4n!. willilceelit purchasers Apply lo DR. R. wTriSHEROn'KRS DANIEL LADD, Newe-rt, May 2<), 1817 43 tf
l ln. m>f >uiil< iiij l\Duilirrslnllic I llonorjlileJctrerori Jnb.1.l:t isa.! M J. It FOirriJNE.CORX ; Monti vilo,
:_ Mil iH' TOV. i cidgeuf Pinliatet( ('dm17. and i .k to he his professional scrvicw to the public ,. Quincy, Superior Claret for Sale.

i e \ AIil-E. .,SiiS. .3iat-hare--4 as %,tininisirater i of *ai l i-iitit l AN'l) ?iASior: *4lo. Appl> lo I II. tinner! at hickory Hill, the residence cf George -hARDY BRYAN, 5 BOXES of Claret for Sale.

: A.flheTYlck. July I' IcIi. tn t. I27 V> I. H FORTtl.N'n. Agent for Thomas county, Georgia
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onto frwri ..*. tor*** back lolbuhMr.f1 SIDLEY & DYKE. 1 B 'hIAtJhaK.nit4't sb11Piy,2 c444eDjWuai .

't:1 > dkey*.Lake. Staotoncamettpcm ., .S1 ", --- tjn4 neM'sby' ; t.fjti1Iu ,t t3 -vet*.
:.. rriTrJ Lire we again look ii.i-_= =. ?.-.. _- ...-' -- _' ->. .' S -,- ,- '. v ,' 'W'f-' ,jj !fl1tpPt's.Xae.slJsl, 11. "
ijftfter w ; : fort utlrrytipMsIM4: ; S. ( ) :1 II: I\I tl 3)I:1)I: ; lJfl :' l .t 'S\ Lie It fl' (i"sWpUa--
Sutlrr's ts .
: bar toMM and wsgoot sod made an unsnc.c shining brilliantly renovates ouripirka; praise Capt.: : K j tgive < I :. t\. f' "'If .. >'C i u' I 5 M.e'.t..CLaqtntP'clibDU' ;. S '
l atteapl ha oes,S 8 company with Stanton be to the God of heaven any tie rirtion; of the suflerlngi( she I a' H"miyTTtedvuut L.t 1 ',."JL' ,. ,,<. ,II khl.a.ft: = 1'0-.11',. S ; AlKh.J !. .. S .. lot1
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Jan. form Idea kt4nejly u a ptrt 1l' S
r Ned to the shanty, cnnftodng to 15-Cleardayagainwindnorihwesi ; companj. Your readers can some trry >ft* eItQIat'nMtb"11 tift 'J qrt >
; we Mrs. bKod the above Th.!').41thas1'\ *:btklttit o4ait' ;ffl I Vtbtet a.I' .ti'R I rt.\J" r\K1 4. ..- S SS .
4a"riea. ajj tba time. We BOW hue killed moatpalt Murphy ; Lantbron not able to get bf them bj perusing. diary. pups :.
mvm eTosvc&Bk fasvisg o remaU.here ontfl wood; ba but one ate between him and KJea.I Tours &c. I !taft f'stomac jtfo s jTtf 1h t>rft!%l lj| VMrrro ,S .itthY -auyoi't4t4 J. i tin.r.J "Y't':1. "( #", '. ]A0tAb'I l w ii't French Ann Lultt Rtaiftf

labIic next prfug, and lift oa )lean becC without I burg; it looks like another, storm ; expecting& GEORGE, MeKINSTRV, Jr. ;nvn>sV
e see. bread or sak. It mowed during (be space of' some account,from Suiter's soon. Fort Sacramento'April 29, 1847. otboar oqa"....htn.lalfUtIf. ,?'. !+: (e.tbet.1r.m.1: ; ,.t.tM.h, &tdt"boIeed1 "tftrre*'*'snd.b'loddirdV Lalia flramihlfSctoflV / .
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after I Jan. 17-Eliza Williams here thin sue f and furnish sttitabUifu i InIbd ;1CbIa.' .tt-\Jdh} : ,. :MYY. SUteDne5IPnCh FNAtIOIKi'"t. tkttin.P...
with little interraismUn came -------5
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our
****. arrival eight days though, now dear and pleasant, freezing morning; Lanthroa crazy last night; prori- Names of the late emigrants from the United. .fntbo; 'sjHtemB54f: .,iMt. ;tt'yfr A iferAiMre J/Mr "'t"" .; n" JI 'f.i'f. :1." .I'.l.'f r J' .'f.!"'t ..I .\311.f ow r,.\ 'I sGre,1cTeptsni-ot MiniMIJ Lni,
? at night; the mow. nearly gone from the ions scarce; bides oar main subsistence--' States who' rer prevented by the snow forD'eroaiD ,d.\.f( : '- ')10 .' n.fr.n r Ifs t f i. 1 roarn J a 'ttr fcIWc* t S S luf"# try T cMis"' ,lit"tlltllnd.p ..
jrjbt. ; '
4nedb. ;
rallrys.] i may the Almighty send us kelp. the California Mountains, October ree. Al4rgtEpo1.uts: IN ,,. f JI 1 1 < ot r&fliht4ji'1l IW : The Sn.recf Uarp. ., .i--- cP'; !
I now co patulUly! ulititt orvUtned dtMmiivu U' (3ttsFuu. J4I 1Hf TlwOJeon M cer'J'Clusf er, SS
h.T Jan.21-Fine morning John BattiM and ,31st 1848. : S
Nor.21-Fine morning wind N.W.,twenty }
Kb, 4 wo of oar about starting to crow Mr. Denton came this morning with,Eliza ; AUrnD'I) CLLIYOZYIL.William :'n htiie'ptentMJ j htttt: if.i.;#IJOt kltd.1 cl Ui ;: 'pt nJMi : 1'ftF ; :.1trtiG r Baptht S Harmcoyi Xbn'*So"g" f f.

6... the mountains company this; day including Stanton and she will pot eat hides ; Mrs. -sent her :i..tq, m4i1t.t' )Pl Dt: t //t.d;*: J .. tl :1 i' LAW HOOKS : 'm/ I
r0.. back to lire or die oo them- Gravel, Sarah Fosdick Mary, .''' The citClIl; 1.11"4,..1N'J 1". U4 (a 1: j.ktHJ 'ItJ :; +'"' I H\!Iesninl>*s Lcadii.g Cases upon .Co. r! bl1Latf.
itJ..fif. bit Indians. Graves Elton Graves Viner Graves Nancy ,1.M4h*' pi4Ad'yearAf I Smith's fertDntI1.1| *. .< *- S
mews' In tfar r/imLio tbr e.'f *"eItl .IU".JIi.
. Nor. 22-Froze hard last night; fine and Jan.23-Be. to snow after sunrise ; like Graves Jonathan Graves Elizabeth Craves, p'oy rupitir e2Mto'tftrtt( :. 'er.. L'il" t.tt "I l .5 'KOVKLS .
wind north. wasle' pf eH;rj'part;dftnri Jbtfy; Ahimul,1 3i rv s J :
J continue. fI
to
clear to-day no account (rom those on the ly ; Leah Donner France>JDonner > 'f'J1.4 .. Git4t8htf
; Dorothy Donoer. St. 55t. Jatn *, '.
commit If
S..e. Jan. 23-Blew hard and snowed aU night ;c&n.QtI), tie .j aivaUied.lo I .Lytb. .:coiui 17t(Io ; H.e ..m j lHt.6' The
John ifonk'e FUvrn
mountains.Nor. i Eliza Don t-.
Georjriana Donner, fr, ; .
wilcb f 4 ,
n..idt4 'rn }
hij. oforgamzaU mat! t.\ t4111",Rra t'Jlft
the most severe storm we hare experienced "p S ?iqilfo Alii.ga,
23Same weather wind west the 'Donner.JVM .
IDeefy.. ; Baltiste, Solomon Hook, George S
wind to rrgetnW TltafityL :if thvrd wti.*rpke" mg R'1"tc-ll..bv J Jiiue, .- .
t'W'OJ
this winter west. S .,
returned ; S
the mountains Lewis KJet
expedition to across Donner Airs. Wool D er. _
Mary ar.
earth 'ceuldbe ahfmals.forroer tflkfti>9AH The Inheritatfet 'J .
Jan. 26 Cleared yesterday to-day fine on .I kfrff .r-: < : 'Lr t all*,
IQ. after an unsuccessful attempt.Nor. up ; burg William Foster Sarah Foster, 'Simon i. ; "> 1i J< RusbhToab Woa.CitfatLind L.ihton
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wAb'Ihc "i 1 ppb s
one :xtf $\ $ : pwtrj| I ft" J '
ircd'V. and wind; south iu &, .
hopes we are t.p.t'
likn the of pleasant ; : .
looks a Miotniu l f\i
25 Cloudy; ere MorphT .Mary MurpJrr* Harriet Pike 1 (" Tatncred, ..
organizing crudV uu rals, salts water, ana !r&fluex,Inotmst.WkP31 i. I
ountainf to make done with snow storms; those who west to fYt 3(1( jl. l'hn knIght cf Gtvynne.,2.Yol,. ..t
now storm oar n ert are Pike William Patrick reeDoIa"g&rttHI'HDo I"Flko
; Eddy
OR.DB.. another trial to-morrow if fair froze hard Sutler's not ,yet returned ; provisions getting Edward Breen Patrick airjt)lo ,f**| fir r; apjni&lV, 1'.9 liht apilhcai Jt e 4II.ttt'ck arf Mztnttw',2 veiutne, .4s .' SDoWbtty
; John Breen ,
glrcaa iivLurciu; IGXijtyuacd..t f\ttdPr 1 Mft .d, IOIU.f > fad Dasl'ithtar' p
ecant people growing weak ; living on small yt ci/riy Kill' ndation., .
ua.ber last ; '
;. night. allowance of hides. Breen, Jr., Simon Breen, James Breen, Prur'DrecD"I..bella or other organized njaaarvrcra'i iinliis,4.fiW ,: ) ft ttt. (JtJ ;ftU tM' ruJ,. The yuttth cf Sha'ktreare,
" Nor. 26-Began to snow last evening;- Breen, Eliza Williarui'Jarnt. th.li bt' .4 beat of tbe a4 % Inc itlidl love had any \tiuii''s SI1.k.peatft and flit Frit'n 4,
Jan. Commenced :i Run, < : tirue.tI4coma 4J.flf'Iitcolieeqnctli4yie
\0.Dd BOW rains or sleets ; the party do not start to snowing yesterday ; F. Reed Mrs. Reed, Martha Reed,,Jas. Reed l, ..f,.S other plant* irfl"j.\ t b5B : was ,n(' .r. : .. TW Secret ''*ion, Uttjer'a Uanghter;
still continue* to-day. Lewis(Sutler's Indian) m .. Also the ftUlovVinr: fo'
day.Nor. Thomas Reed, Noah James. far animal puUtance uhclher# urrled i ii.-J4 t ts- -- r--it and
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o tb 29-Still snowing ; now about three died three days ago; food growing scarce ;- con fj.econcl1'"Zrt-bWter- ritttM. hy Csth,2' vol;>
:u feet wind west killed last to- don't have fire enough to cook our hides. PERISHED FK THE MOCNTAINS the turn.ace uf an ixoa l toWJl,.. or ja ii( the g3Ve5tJd & ub.i.l &, a"Lrrwre. nti the use of the LtingY.
deep oien
rdty. ; ; my wind C. T. Stani Mr. Graves Mrs. Grarei i locomotive man, fcAtr ;emit k partkdalmorfc H' )'Ir'd dj'GhrA''.tt1.. "Li. Tmtta. on Mitch C w!, by John S. Skinner.
dar. ; gave another yoke to Foster; wood hardto Jan. 30-Fair and pleasant west ;- n. 'f'J. > :' '.'t. I" Th B.*,' Summer &**? and en ..-.otl nit' e f
.ad be got. thawing in the nun ; John and Edward Breen Mr. J. Fcxdiek, Franklin Graves Jobofleo.ton neat than 'was taken'ti pat !J t d.I; t ': ItrJIJ 4pfrtz'1: ; .tj, *'L' V' .(IU ink IX 1.4!, JlloI'' received and for tale by

Nov. 30 Snowing fast; 'looks as likely to went to Graves' this morning ; the -seized Geo. Donner, Sen., 'Mrs. Donner; Cha*. (the titrij-.carbiyft' ,ji rpuf !. (f r t" N"f t 4IjAkitg cn; ..l4ithr1ie1 1V Yi :" I). A. HAYWARD.

continue as when it commenced ; no living on Mrs. -' goods until th>y would be BerrerJueph Ilhin bart,Jacob DQ nor.l Af. f,wiUer wrro t/rgiwuotl.iu, &hy, 44p ui" i .Jlp.l f4lbt IIlNai1td 01.1MI I "f' _i' pmtstr 1:IMT.", o. _. 3 3LeOIMaleafldFcmaicAcademyf

beall thing without wings can get about. paid ; they also look the bides which herself sy Donner Wm Johnson, Isaac Dormer, Lewis of the gf-r n ofsomn planU In nelnrliug jlje, .,! Atirp tq..aff..cti; D be profr4d.lJlLlt1W.' "

Dec. 1-Still snowinc; wind west ; snow and family subsisted upon. She regained two I Dormer Samuel Donner, Samuel Sboerna flesh tit"b tbitrl'otJi! attirnaU, and ibe needs,,[Jell QtlM.. jtr.l c'rn'i'4, J', "*. : ..f.tT.ttL4L. SSt.E, FLORIDA.

en.11ri. about six or six and a half feet deep; very difficult pieces only, the balance they have taken.- klr. Jams Smith Balls William, Bertha fruits and tubers jt pfah'ts'' human fi>(oU ,i i were orderett .fi1r,* *i a '.:.S' *

to get wood, and we are completely housed t; You may judge from this what our fare is in t Klesnurg, (child,) Lewis KIritrtirg! .Mr .'iM lJr.'ptJy then? i is loom: r(of -zerss'tttmsieh, $i"i1 fTi P'gl1W t f.t fa""tl! ft"t I I'wlr1J. T.tig t fttt Mintia/W.{ Kkffl f le*rrsnnietl S

hen. ; our cattle are all killed but two or three, !j camp; there is nothing to be had by hunting, Lemuel MQrpl! Geo. Foster Citherloe (J
and up these, with the homes and Sfantou's mules j yet )perhaps lucre coon will be. I Pike, Ellen Eddy, Margarefta Eddy ted! U "j > i t IL. ar.autli1f r H sn&Inezsee J t f'r nltltfrr.* 'fM'nC'v > wa& i> ...tJbo'et ., t.l'gheoT.iWIL1J.\M. NEIL A. )., rtfcatirtt 5 ;- U, lied

3* all supposed to be lost in the snow; no hopes t' Jan. 31-The sun does not shin out brilliant I Eddy Patrick Doiao Aucuslui J3ml"// tbe !ousc! d.hunrs. ii.;W H ;|JQ| J f'tJ- ffifjaiy. $ i r1'ffe#f)]i"?1 J1'eYf'S'it *tlK1*, Mrs. ELIZA'. NEIL TrJrxW? ot.th. fVn>_l* 3 5

of finding them alive. ] this morning ; froze hard last night ; wind i ton Elliot Lanlron Murphy Mrs. Pike, breathinpnr.ris* wbkrb o "rt A'jff.nj1 sadly! ] 4JIYAA-J ntM.oP Il!.1b1 .-.' ti1Nitr.'t.spisrotieriwee.s S ScIiuoL s. .- _

Dec. 3-Ceases snowing ; cloudy all day : J! northwest. Lanthon Murphy died last night nio. (New Mexican.) Lewis, (SuUer'.lndjan.) frorrr wifu j deec( | h tbe fuej U'WiLa I'' ". ; 'nilfcnafv ,'2 g ,j5: '\J'he. .TrtltV rriacip.R,l. niniDAtTir.have. ai vUtrd*with:. .I._ '"I.. ... f Sf J ITt. J
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warm enough to tbi,'. about 1 o'clock1 rI. Reed went to Graves Salvadore (Sutler's Indian._. .) hu) iu Jpconiotivu ,in a, oM ,, f !In -aUtB'i 9' >d:fM 1-tci 1 --irr I ImSn4 Col I' :J i iINLanz'3psnd II. DlXX.m iiiv> ce-Tea i t j I *iwivut beoC the| i.IWcH flW.I
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Dec. 5-Beautiful sunsbine, thawing a lit. this morning to look after goods. hruhhy (moViun. daiUi iabuvdj; 4.ILTIu5 rHirv., ,104 fUlifian .
'd oIZ
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tie ; looks delightful after the long storm ;_ 1 Feb. 5-Snowed hard until 12! o'clock last Anecdote of Stephen Girard.-The following be-l eari-folly M>}fcted .and pTfrmr d, VItbIICJ' }" ; h iii; r J.'m? \ .itr .v'n1.t.d : Mis.ll. H. BROWN T-achrr S \ t.Jrf. S
capital anecdore. illustrative of Ihe peculi Terence to the cT 'ac6? 'ndtlte'6.d il1t..fl2QtJ't""ooid CLan t f .' m'&rs1 In tt.cw will be
eight feet deep. night ; many uneasy for fear we shall all per. wants> f' ''rjj IJ'H schools taught Ifie u1Io.1! brancheS
snow seven or
,. aritiesof the late Stephen Giraxil} of P.kilad-J.) la the .It should \f a Caiical M.lhewatical.a'Dj Cngliiiti' ttlu : 1
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with but little
Dec. 6 The fine and dear Stan. ish hunger; we have not meat ayttcJa jj ictmuch. pJL '
.t morning ; :J r : the remaIn School, Latin, Treoch. and MrmicT
phi is from the New Bedford Bulletin. We f I
Jinie I.
toa Btarch hot
'. ton and Graves manufacturing shoe fur another left and onlY'lbrf'e hides ; Mrs. Reed baa nothing :sir : fif,)ll'r'. &lJF \tIIlbSCbiuiiveTciltxlyiat? the charge cf '
. mountain scrabble ; no account of mules. but one hide, and that is on Graves' have never sera it published befwe :- fat, nor Iw jn'h t't too little) gbififHctuein .N, ilmf'N .,t@ ",.6t rafr ru ,&.bruoo 1.\11 tit.Jcachort.Slnjuid .- < j S

0S Dec 6-Fine weather; froze hard last house ; Milton livs there, and likely will keep M Mr. Girard had a 1moriZe cl.rk, "D8 wLo or.othf{jialisjannf ihai'kboimdif ittfnitf+:|., MI.IHfW Joq U. /"1U:C,. ert'tjorl.ar ] the niSmhef of pupil fncf.a i,e ufTtently -

. / night ; wind southeast ; bird work to find that: Eddy's child died last night. every tray pleased! him. and who, at tbf age
I Ie wood sufficient to keep us warm or cook our j Feb. 6-It enowed faster last night and to. h'ent.one years, expected Mr. G. to 'taj seu e !of la-git aDd.iinelI,auJ ju..wql. t LOT laft '?) an elderly bar&iI!. Bt.mN Y. I will Term 1M procured. S S
.fee., usuahTallabaMee ?
" i beef. i! day than it has done this winter before; still something to him in relation to hit future ''IrC" wvirtt, Mi'11ethIr4' ; te jdt'a m lafing 1tu ll1- )'I JH t.tr1I'JH.u !q"2.j, & .. I ,as September IS 547.. 0 fit

( Dec. Commenced snowing about eleven i' continues without intermission ; wind south peels and perhaps.Jend sini a bfJpi 2 fcsnd file] tjouriihment,, IM(1lil idl b1W.' 40 : wantedEctioiazwMthjsyt "J -- j

o'clock; wind northwest ; took in Spitzer .e?. } \ve't ; Murphy's folks and Kieshurg say they I in starling io the uorJd. But )Ir. G.t.uid, qt t,sup r.e je!,J tie,.f Y: r.GU 'flff& 'A t"rWiJtr bwKrft il ltfe Jr.'Jeuld New Flour. S H r:

f terday, so weak that be cannot ri! without cannot eat hides; I wish we had enough of nothing carefully Avoiding; the subject of ai; ,JR..r. .oif DOB, in i dtrf'ctiftt'ri! ** '!it1ni4i i ilion ckbkJ tbnytttbmmerst, mtf ll'r"M&feOj I DhORnELS., ansi 20 half Barrel, s 4.

. help, caused by starvation. Some have a i them ; Mr*. Eddy is very weak. escape front minority. At lcNgih a&er .llielap.e : uf the b.uf'. brsinasisindi'rtms, wLidho 1 \ a hJ/ pri DC t received and for tale hv -.r -5 '
of orue few uetlu, the cleik wu.lerrd 'mtJ mJ1 i Tlr ;'WbJ..1Iili.! PT't1', '1S17. t'I LLOYD FLACQ.
I scant supply of beef; Stanton trying to get f Feb. 7-Ceu"ed to f now at last ; to.day it I at ciee ,Ih higbest! ezrvkie'i t'trrna.tttsr {AA"tH .)n.)1t.lli'CI; 10 : 3

1 some for himself and Indians ; not likely! togut is quite pleasant! ; McCutcheon's child died oil I courage enough to address Mr. G.; un the sub I II ,,uxdUi: (!r.. r t H"14t.dwl1.'iCieucl ndIuyQAtwMbyI," ev'&iif ffle late Fresh; dfocerlea.COALED .

, much. I! :the 2d of this month. I ject. j -li") ,1141 .I Iit4; .1to tdP f..t-tilJ* .littta' { Thin rttrat'toMpunya IF.NG.:S, chad

! Dee. 10-. -Snowed fast all night with heavysqualls j J Feb. 8-Fine, clear morning ; Sjiitzer: died I suppose Sir" said the clerk "J am now*, Wr kne& ,brauratUl ,':dJi dnsnbeioIs I i Ifi *: '.' "ni ,jIwr zrpusivenamjtvn4.ntce LJ Dwftf and) Watfr Craiker,,M.ack.nJrt. .N- ; S

of wind ; continues to snow; now a. 1,!last nihl ; we wilt bury him in the mow.- free ; and I though I vrould! say something ;to I .-rlt. as df"1t'rli eed ; iJ .t.P.k4t#),,11 "J..rm,\'Cf J.C.I i1P be r'thl ..'lenasoi1t the Crushed Powdered, Loaf,and 1 r. R..S''ftH': ,

bout seven feet in depth. j' 'Mrs. Eddrdied on the night of the 7th. you as to my future "c"urr&I, do; ypp' I r trl 1t tidU a4rrniker4 'tH h ,ffiRli;b0A P. \ifl"'T flle' zrirnpjt"l.mtti'f _-- Currants Linseed, Whale and and Sperm; Oil,

Dec. 14-Snows faster than any previous Feb. 9Mr. Pike's child all but dead.- ,think. bad better do! .' ,.. / J : h P I h JfI F I!1rdo. )t Huha"'cr ol t M".and.dose. .r.f Stewart'* Double Smyrna KeflnrJ Ra'siria.r .it. SI

day; Stanton and Graves with several others I :Milton is at Murphy's, not able to get out of "Yes, yes, I know you are (rce, *,a atlMr.? I!UTJte7'.or suitable rnaBulUftb&riiean niuiH''J.t i1tlKDrby r >aase m fc-* -. d'". Candies Sjrttjf| -S. [j 5

making preparations to cross the mountains I td ; Kie&burg never gets up says be is not G., and tnv advice to you ii, that you go arid ,owairdrrpRrJJ? fU>!!>HtlA4dv: .tk.i Lie Mrs. Eddy and child burned learn the cooprr't: trade." i t'' } afMCoT ftl'g. if1a 1esuIltmt, Fa- M.prHn'tl Stpt.I5, 1317. J LLOYD FL/'.
on snow shoes ; snow eight feet deep on a Ie, I :' were to. 1j \ .G "itterK3rt lt brtpJ .J *rlh:5 1 -
> -
This annouDcemeuf 'tt .
el. I day ; wind southeast. ".tnnigh'Jbre'V ? cn1.1 'I "Q..J I i Wttetutionally 41 -fr rAT il. 'h j
Fall and
Winter Good
Dee. 1C-Fair and pleasant ; froze hard Feb. 10-Beautiful morning ; thawing in clerk off ihe,track: but recovering; bis eqjilubrttinv defective into that-whichcontains --

last night ; the company started on snow shoesto the sun. M ikon Elliot died last night at Mtirphy's he said if Mr. G. was. in earnest Lo 'a4L thcmitdekendhhepImuiQ'' p JUST RECEIVED. a large assortment(I I'm 2C t'fIr o(YorkbyBrigthTrw- .. 1
would do "
cross the mountain ; wind itbeaU. } } shanty ; %!rs. Reed went there this morn. J am"in so. '. rDQjJ' Mr. G. and .lie"I tt PhT 1 1i:1"iI.(ijll.;. ltP'Y P. ; 'sr.ruND FANCY DRY COOD3*,t 4 1
Dec 17-Pleasant ; Wm. Murphy return. ing to see after his effects. J. Drnton tryingto ; : CqIa ;M-I titltit. IVLSETABLE PILLS Groceries

ed from the mountain party last evening ; BaUs !; borrow meat for Graves; bad none tu give ; clerk,rather LeVitaiiogfr,.wupKl t-a" ofthe it vi ir"r: ; : \aite.1'ortbe I tv r- -j u.Hardware_w: ,,, \Wood.; .a and a-a.iJ.WiIlnWsrv" L r

WilhiarrHthed night before lest : Milton and they had nothing but bides : aH are entirely j coopers, agreed upon tiie terni { ship, and went at it in earnest. 'D.P1trtmti06"1 t e 1 t iri'ngf DI &amter Dist. S. C. : Fsf ale by FL '
Noah started for Donner's eight days ago ; not out of meat but little we bate ; our hides are : of time" the 1 dttf!:...t.fflflP1JJ,,".. { \ ietJ. crie f..lj'olW cv'j T r JOKE 5rb.1S.Jti.1ct Sept. IS, IS 17. 0 LLOYD 4 FLACO.
returned yet; think they are lost in the snow. nearly all eat up but with; CM! help spring )oiui eoi'1 pIJ pe"t"uecan t ypf 'etc'ffiPiU' 4f; 'ro'fiit lali ie.tt Ir, 1F irrl(1IMt f 1 f usc'J Queer's Pill :

Dec. 19-Snowed 'last nisht ; thawing today I 1II1."on smile upon us. j his trade. and iralrrrtis good a barrel t (fti-tt4lpfliuenL iiotbl tit :wtrActiivdMu J 'tIU;litt'rt'bd r&8t, ant find them to Negro Kenseyja.Just .

; wind northwest a little singular} for a j! Feb 12-Warm, lhawy morning. j as any other cocjvr. He'weni''r>d i14 l l lG rr ; e(1 with Roman ceuient. large art.ellMpor: ilts iststed by the pmprietov vis : CASKS KRSEySfjzdoLys. 5;

thaw. i Feb.I li Fine morning but cxikL Buried I that be bad gr.mua1edwMi allihe Ikndsef lRJ yqt' t ,}tOIl, !; JOSC'M) q1.1d uoJ ready ajxri i nt lv/ Just received, sod for sale br -
I Li* craft, and ready to -t1ld wh a.o n 111Cr.\ .mvhic) The ran' ,F e. ij oepgoreorprerent collfcness--e1i, sep. 1?, IS 17. P LLOYD I
VV&B seat lA s .
..fm FLACO.Blankets
Milton in the John Denton \ Up y. '
Dec 2X-Clear and pleasant ; Mrs. Reed snow ; wit welL t I1 UO1th, t! 1L.upeiliQ( 110nlsytnknge4 m J e i ithpttt pain or licknt" ". Of (be -. --- .
here ; no acanint from Milum I i yet ; Charles j Feb. 15-Morning clJUdJuntiln Tlcn'ck'k.1] Mliich the old geetieman eppeareclnicb Liite WI8IJiLe"lWfbrs l"al'nn3 l lesni ihftWJiwl'h e side* u,eof during a "riM 6f '... -

Burger tet:wt for Dinners' : turned back un. then cleared off warm. Ai ra.- refused to j gratified, and told him to make tti ';" t'rd.J tifrH'.( fJ rt lbe'h h, ; t I ''riittrMPtJ tT4y't-4aafilictivI' believe them the mildest tnJ :":

able to proceed ; tourh tiro-*, but not diioCoor. =?ire Mrs I any bides; put Smtenfs pat I{ barrels J hf clUld.tt up. '"Tl&:. ; \ \fIFPtnt "!. PFJr q iu.I cilck4-' '. J 1t l1ARRIGToN. 400 &J NEGRO BLANKETS, S.
nllia I I I 11 0 lJ tur4Ql1 a f. ( pairs bed Blanket wfcortrd
fcclccteJ theioicrrt materials and I' rit .a I ( ) tj S.
aged ; our hopes are in God ; Amen. j hkJee on her shanty and would wot jet her Lave 1 I soon j t tf.ntTriI 'trb( tE left'd, t,1d1ef r.ffrcf. S.c: Just in store and for sale by ; S It -'
Dec. 2f-MUton rot back Jut night from j them. I shape and finished. .L o tired (barrels, lf1'zt' h l l"Nt leeIssrs.zuthJLtes and c I 9ridc- '' '. &1'. 18.IS47. ft. LLoYD FLACO." s;

Dooners amp ; sad new ; Jacob looner, Feb. Commenced to rain l list evening. f 1 wheeled<} them ujild trepId gentleman's cot o: As the tRl:1i.for.alFnC.U. nt rf 1.fWfWrlWV : .'t "Kixsti: aw DMT.. S. C., June2d.lSiR.eJafljIsaryb44feoia ..- __

Sajnael l Sboemaker. Riwneb a.rt and Smith j and turned to snow during the night, aDd < ua-1 ting.r(, ffJ: Mr.'G!, i dtheJ, tr J.jywe first jmt; i1 'if] HA1 cf i J e !(II ...telfirl'r .\el aIM *p.ure, look Boob and 0feee v
"' .L oa1 lut'Ol. re otLI..wlikIi. MultcJ in a lug) fever, accotns' r
; demanded '5) CASES RUSSET
..
rait, and t.l'! ; i j 4 ... rr BROGAFTS
are dead ; the rest of them in a low situation ; : tinted until morning ; weather changeable, i P I' :1" 0,1' anpara1iotJJibt !td'b ,ecr Jcoojh and painful! headache.fn .- J5'csieiKip f1J
snowed aH night, with & strong south-west'; sunshine, then liht ,howert of bail and wind f: ** Ofje dollar,**r < abeieAk, *'>ti all lw i !ak. 'm .' L.PS.t'PINT {I be e'nitIntts4Io' re*
wind. at times. We all (eel! very usw ell; the WKJW j asIc&rilivby"I ; ; -JjJ-:f: I -pj: jtII4D4rttVQVMJtgyL.rYo 'l4-iffatJuse : \ k4PO'tuch'PO that my friend considered me, 1 c. Wster proof do. S I
II
Dec. 2*-Clear to-day ; Milton took tome'I is not getting much less at (1m",! j jFeb. I a' .CL. ip4 encwighsiikl: J Ilis < ;nploy4rj 1 | r.t A lithe saI fiI4IratL taIl4J' n,rtl1. I(.,be vtd I was in a very critical sail 100 pair ladi. French Kid SftpMr/ ;.
the end this
trDPstat At of time I
of his meal away; all well at their camp.- !i 1&-Froze hard t last night. Seven j i:: make. OeLjiuu ,lajUriji4'! 'P li + 4fect ;JWIt .jpee .l ;J.fi.cIlI ed two Bores of ..Spencer's Pill sent,." and for Gents Ladies k WsIUii hdi s Calf Sfcxt, I I4
Shoe Gaber X
Began tbr day to read the Thirty Days men arrived from California }e.sterJay e"n. I Awl .eatthefcreaua..dd.e ilandiZ'! t t1Jw.Fttb U'ne f"tr .M lzc ulp! ;; ,.tii.sndii' .rrrlf &&$,iT their ue I began to experience re. Just received\ is* .?"
)for .
SJM sal
"- God the of ing with provisions hut lefi tbe. part'011.1 I .MrG.. drew a ch4ekfoVifd& 0i. !RHM aDd l"t 'Jhe J h1IIub. pall!bet re f had taken one ***, mr fever wa '; '4 uSep. /*_ !
Prayers; Almighty graM requests j junworthy greater J j L I __u1..lu.I.. _....It uL .' 18.1817. ,9 LLpn/4, rtACrf. cS
[din indtte clexk.coyyjL 'sed with thnd : .."&& n vua-'tu, gnu ueauacQc cur-
sinners i' the way. To-day it is clear and warm fur (Lift : : JJC i gw" 4Y'I 1 1 'Mtif fl j Jdl I was soon.aMi
Dec. 24-Rained aU night, and still contlnoes region; some of the men have 000 to Ji OQ.I j r 1 1or i-.RnJt1' h ..,..._ tot. JJI\.. r.Jf.l A4. tnembrn b trtOS .ilt betier*", lhat. by the btcs,injr of Ghc', they were BT6WB &OU". '.ft'." t. ,

; pcor prospect lor any kind of comfort, ners' camp ; they v.l Mart buck on jHowiiy. i.I I uer'taKl.tlWct 'Tht.q"n tye I i e1f A J'e Je. f _.&ml rti: till :tftMtfi.'of smrin* Thy ti''.. In looking over the 1 A BALES COTTON 0 ABURCS,. .: t's; :-

spiritual of temporal. I Feb. 22-The Californians Itarted ibt,]j fP'l'1Aoa",. fit you are unfortunate i rAi..iIe"itbotrt i t \ IJ..Itnd .ih ,rmY HitfMnfteroardir.Isaw they were recommended IU 2 do. Brows DrilKngs. '' ,

Dec 2S Began to soow yesterday snow. ( morning twenty.foor in number eoiae' IB a'1'1. # mz1t "r ml 't r': IltJ'lwn.t'b... itt xlI d".1'.10." .. I 10 ,iWitiia of Djt.p p!u. with which my eldest 4 24o.do; 3-4 4-4 Shirlij' g ; j
"tif1).1i't'.It.IJ ".)1 rt 13 1. : dat1 Iethad been afflicted (or a time. I do .,
ed all nigfct.and snows yet. rapidly ; extremely' very weak state; Mrs. Khwburg rtarterf I 02t,, P.. ". 'jfgI 50 t McIntyre Dr G A cotnhnkaWi ,mended.JI4r tu make trial of them long and she did re. ado.4 Sheeting3de.SedlevSbiHu.5.*,- :ii'-.... II

difficult to: find wood ; offered our prayers to them and l left Kitslxtrg here uaaUie tt : IJlQe *ftl.'>{; i ,'l LIcu.4meeaudplzces.fordriU!, Roit gi cLeeebaajBaillhe 5V'j e [bir! bjra ectitinn l U4e 6f the Pills alone wssIWjindl Of he v- c4.

God this, Christmas moram; : the prospect isappalling. Buried Pike's child this v0rningn.tbs .r.'ithl' '" :.-t'' ';: ; Brf JfD th iIi33 t W" ire ".,. V"trclL think, permanently cured. ,Just received sod for, sale by 5 f J
: Ncitxalt. ,if;. C4xzrclcs1e* ; of the above valuable Sept,18.1847. 0 lLQYD.LAcd
died jvrKfesb supply medicine
but we trust in Him. it two days ago l lvs1c it 'fte pi Hif. ;jI iJJf. ;
Cttaht "" l&lblMt1Cdtp\Pr.ibeiH}aaJ ; ,,r ccueJ. .. ;Jo. T. .1Iab '"e :llt{ for sals by 4
Dec. 27-Cleared ye.erday continues Feb. 2.V-Froz Lard Jut .;,; ., Thtst'TheI 1 ', : 41 I -
; t i ir#AH''Mftic&f ;jto'liid&to ,P I .e.r.\ Lfli-CLJgL: : LEW1Sipfcinberll AMES. BeporU of,the &a&cm G vtT
dear; saw nine fet deep ; wood growing -a.ant and thawy ; has flat; "iptzpce i ,'t \ < 1f uC tweqtEynew231dvbJ4nM'J It il"r'. : l ". 10. 2t
1
!jopwiffts.wwMai; vJ9f iSa&i.iibfe'-' _. NOS. aN 3, eottpltU.3'l: I; IN now ,
***,
scarcer; i tree, when felted, sinks into the \ spring, all but the deep wooj lyltodr bac4saidemx. : 0bQQ tebs4 the look
saow, and is bard to be got at. j southeast. Shot* dog to-day wi4"rirnWd,b'li! I l 1.1ri1jfIljL"'hmie1ehind( Lttst re".hidt16bdqjt..\JjbIM, fnv'Mif; hill a<|!i tJf.IJ J. r'..at! 1 WI. ). ;.. New Flour. ward sad may al 4 J1 1 at .O .. Store n.of LpMa P.A.Hay at.. 4 S
llngb'f1'bI'
Dec. 30-Fine, clear morning; froze hard flesh. lL) in i", d $ rotCA vw-tr ies, 11.. turretta 15 BilLS. NEW FLOUR,St. Louis citj.milU, te Ibi, veart f84t n. 1.anci trA, saolumq.t.,1 i S

last Bight; Charles Berger died last evening Feb. 25 To Jay frs,. .MiKpfc. ,bei :!: ,rJ ltmEn lj' t: ; ;Wfim m r, Jlnwsf fes 741 tBBfirJCTi'fa; ; .;' ; I 10 hah-bU. Illinois S oclafo par" tfet,'fl'50 per No.-.sA. J

about 10 iiVlock i wolves are about to dig up the dead bodies..: '1r.. rP t. I' rntt't 11 tt. tl knife fiiB; Jii, aud EaJHdc* Mia.ElizabethCTftJS ,' .3 Casks If' Clear Bacon Sides -Sepft61b- 5- Ij,1si., 8 j .
Dec. 31 Jibe with round bee and..die too itstEkM'asftflnI \ y f| Bff jt t)H>4ff niaibvjap..akisttiRnziJ ,J the .P V .J .1 Shoulders, just received pe r Taflaco J1i.i .
-Last year; may we, shanty, nights are i iaUaf Cod Aiark A, .. "fIerr :liv ftuyn v I"- hat, on C'M1t isnment; by .J.Jf. FOHTOttE.p. RcceiTed, '

the help tj God spend the coming year better II to watch lhem.batfeicaplh. .-.j
1 1I than we bare the past which we propose to Feb. 26-1Jqigrytimj .i R'' I i \ftlltfbla1h l!?,.TlUp .e' ** fyid ef 38Vu Wf. 9Notice. mA .OONC 9'QUJN1rfE, k

do if it K the will of the Almighty to deliver hides Lvt 1MH? t*+** 9t19.j J Mfc -' ; ryl 1RdrDFP & C 4 [JBWes-, 'I, ... --EawlevT-J i iScoft i. lUU ,German teecbes ;
1 thaii1& .I\'sf .M\ f fftIHt4 'scaLlIro b c RtoOs1Le' 01 I:t month* alter date, I shall daal Swayne's Wild
us from our present situation ; Amen. them with tolerable good apjxrttic. tJ4BP.-.Jf. '" : present ray sc Syrup of Chmv.
4. others on the grir. N.W'AAtdf"C Dsi i p E1411 txlJph, Mrs Eleii 1 Oc ount and vouchers the Hon.Judge 6f Probate Also, a few choir. Regalia SEGAItS,"Wa.ki,
Moramg lair but cloudy; wind east by south; the .Invghty { 3IrsrIyrjjLy j t.ffl ; tr'i' 'Ct '" In ai nd' for the of rlerf t
.tre .c f t.l1 i "}1 14' fJr ne 'th RAbihoflMat t"AwHJ. County Jefferson and apply (or a and Minerva Brand LEWIS ft. A3JE&
looks Cke' another mow storm ; snow storms ypstrrday tbatj &I hj ih ugh f :.o t..cmwco J2.'k) fY Alffl1I ie'ihfl' !UIg\'DN.iaute .. ,Robert R dilK11mJ large '*Adtnini.ir tor of tM Mists or Abfantbatn tesiberUlS47. 8

are dreadful to us ; the ROW at present Is rery. caa .1ilicn l 4ckim: } ittA pjllnl1 [? rf?. ;'i Vfrpff a-nit Ir. ./T",,if 1tl1 *t2'Seabrftt.Jo.l\ >H' Grtnh.JIoD..T"'u ;late' of Mid countydeceased. ---S T-
deep. : she bas4oneso. 'eU.it ffi '1m.11 eDo Do, -_. .5."f.V: ,. WILLIAM GORMAN.mticello For Rent,
'.l't Graei .fb1 zca l1at ttl Diq inswi5nt IJ,;qa .. $and8re1L4)oe Mcummfr ,September IS,184?. b CtoSNRV '
J ibe f ij
'. len-\\'e pray the God of mercy ; 1014. e tf.1W .'. Jf i oi "1!tta : \ "Shie, Johntp TilE STORE. DOW occupied X. E. A D. W.. g
to deliretus from our present calamity,if H be |'. that they': l'celR < h tifmr d'8ih_Jlls $&mbath io ..$9Di4:, i "'0 Smith 3mrsiJameaB AdvertHe1M' Possession given-t'.e J"o pm *r.
LEWIS
.
thy
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lutbolyvnll. Commenced snowing last night petorle rth .r 44&! ._f !r Hi. !l e., ,. :., '3;'Smith/Jack*wi September 11, ISJt H ,

and KBOWJ a little yet: provisions geOing very i. udio"iheir cawt tileD nf pr.twelve ettpert 'Iu-mm-' w tl Fa' UJJ qJ.V..u.'J' ya it.'JIu ? TT1JLJ. I IzntbRobert .ALLAN,Wift H pea bU school in this I .
NWF .
MJJ5 J t1.P..il tHy, on me nm Moooay la UCtober.t Public Land Sale
cast ; dig up a hide from uod<;r the saow yestetdar : l'V..' re tLis..1 M fj 1f\1:\ ; j jeitMimt I T'W Scott Norman On he subject of pemaficocr,candor reqtireabha

; hare BOt coromenced on it 'yet. j jIaa.3.The --b."'thLroni1 : t.UNtdo.% t4blrms to s .keT.pedy l cningSJ KdiTth, Buckingham tonyhim .that, ihe-nram sftifi of tHjmntn which btou bto UNITED STATE L.<.iuTrfitu Ortcz. m
"r Pi f c PP..Jam Stan ford. Isaiah ***, S spteuIber II. IS47.
during the day; freezing *11 "" .Jd'kl Trewmrer*' t Tallahasse*te ISO,bass broogbt him back S
ntgk; 'J Reed talks of creseiog the moos.tatairi& 'l dtL.'I (. :. A.a fII&H 'dri.1j tft c ain fl'f I hil Sledge.John now;- flairs wbkk he can best sttead to,and soon. NoTICE i i.hereby given that in pursuance *f U. 5
'ots41tn .e.PnieZ,1 Srawn.John cit g
dm' ,while ejerrJ- ;
bercMldrea.Jai. ZJ !! : =" L 'M .'S'aiil1 Siargtiss.Miie'ElizabethZ ing t right to .e. Wisstiy5.ai-iaitlon for which ral Land Office under sot k only vested Eim by t k.
4-Fi 8 morning looks like spvmgt 8w, ; .- IYMM", v Sj>ear., Joshua he ln J>Vrtf6 be I!bej I 5th\ section of I'he :\cI of Congres,approved M Angut. -

X.. ad; Virgmia, Mon EUwtt a d'Ei .$dJj'- : 'A.I Sjirow),Ci fwford 'atiiinj I of weaknsaor $ of theexUt-j 1S461. we \iir tmieeJ to P.jr at yaFicsoie
.
_'lTfK* srtd a abort 'lime .'wiA I k'f'.' 2Tozsonaio1ua. *oiniuriis, aneftd, s I o* are, / I tbe on the ei4i'eenA day of Odo un-cat flat.oflSa,
foDowins
like _' V Taylor.ThomiuiA7Townsend&flMMaryA hilb? t"P. 1W4 rs-.aadbel; dec5ribed iracl #f p bhc !*ndili,'
th.5-g U1Jn&In,4e'eI h1Wml ted within the former rer II fifonc
traits from mother e )atimlct>,rix f
H cMil li ei. I' iiiclJk &. I.'Riej.z = .', _*e. .I Thom 1/Dr Wn f Kit_ ; I Lots 2, 3. 4 anti 3. and the'So Wm q.re t 01
_putWlla'L z ,t S Garth Tcroer/Jsckes M'I.I.Fo':t.eov.qklc. of those oe efnpfojments I r c1i 9.Ti, N, It 1W.,

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THRILLING JOURNAL. The dead are nf"wbue-r THE DEAD. II

I' R r The mountain-side,the plain,the weed[rofouBd; .

.. S.jftri Emidran All the wide earth the fertile tad the
On_/ a wnCflifornia 1qI by a 3lit, F'LOA fair. : f
cd1a .IM ( Mount *!,from October IHE Jt ene rut burial ground I

1840. I* .M reA bl. 19.17TacCETT' .
Within the populous street. t; i iIn

LAKS, Nov. 20, 1840. solitary bone,in pliers high, i ;

Came to this place on the 311 f last month ; lo pleaiure-domet. where pomp and luxury mat. 1 i

deep we were --------- Men bow themselves I to die. -
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so -
the snow ---
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went Into the paw, ---'-- ----:--- : I
the road, and when within 3 XIX-NO. The old nan at the door; I
unable to find VOL. 11.
FLORIDA SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1847. !
TALLAHASSEE
mile from the Commit, turned back to thi BY SIBLEY & DYKE. The unweaned child murmuring its W.rdletaIOIIC; J 1

on Tructey's Lake. Sianton came up -, -- ----- (The bondman and the tree,the rich, the poor, i
shanty, --
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arrived hf'rt"e again took -- u DIETETICS. iDOWS-ixPERIE CEJ All-all to death belong 1
one day after we Sutler's fort. It is utterly impossible I to !
shining brilliantly renovates our spirits ; praise Capt.
oar team and wagons and made with an urisiic.ceiisful Stanton bo to the God of heaven give any description of the sufferings of the The philosophy of Eating is a much neglected was a pretty, very prtUgirl, and sought The sunlight'gild* the walls 1

- attempt tn cross In company Jan. 15-Clear day again; wind northwest t ; company. Your readers can form some idea but very useful and! .interesting ItudTbe ).- for eagerly as a partner in the ball room, butI Of kingly sepulchres enwronght with brass; _; rAnd

.... l ; we returned to the shanty, continuing to Mrs. Murphy blind ; Lanthron not able to gel of them by perusing the above diary. legitimate'purpose; of taking food into was the daugbter of a poor gentleman,'and the long shadow ol the("ru'al.' ,

ES I mow all the time. We now have killed mostpart wood has but one axe between him and Kles- Yours, dec. the stomach is to supply the brain, spinal! mar. hone of my many admirers ever asked met to Athwart the common gram. M* 1f 1

S of our cattle, having to remain here until ; it looks like another storm expecting GEORGE McKINSTRY, Jr. row, nerves, muscles, bones lungs, liver, another become a wife. But the scene changed ; my The living of time ;
burg ; gone
and live on lean beef without ; aliment to each Us, father became suddenly rich by the death of
next spring 29 1847. appropriate
organs
Fort Sacramento April
some account from Sutler's soon. Builded I heir glotiou cities by the sea, .
of
bread or salt. It snowed during the space sue ; and furnish suitable fuel to be consumed an elder brother, and I was then followed and .V
1
Jan. 17-Eliza Williams came here this And awful in their greatness sat sublime, !
'a.tt a.n eight days, with little intermission, after our Lanthron last night ; provi. Names of the late emigrants from the United in the system and keep up a uniform temperature asked fast enough,especially as I was an only As if no change could be. +
morning
arrival, though now clear and pleasant, freez. ; crazy States who were prevented by the snow from of the body at about ninety-eight de child. I married a man I loved deeply : 1 :

jog at night ; the snow nearly gono from the sions scarce ; hides our main subsistence ;- crossing the California Mountains, October grees. A large portion of the diseases which imagined he loved me equally ; but in one i There was the eloquent tongue ;

Jt.b... valleys. may the Almighty send us help.John Battise and 31st 1846. now so painfully afflict civilized communities, I month I found out. but for my fortune, he The poet'*heart ; the sage's. soul was there; I 1

h.Pt Nov.21-Fine morning, wind N.W.,twenty Jan. 21-Fine morning; with Eliza might be prevented by never eating nor drinking : would have been obliged to give up his cab ; And loving women with their children young, '

.two of our company about starting to cross Mr. Denton came this morning, her; ARRIVED IN CALIFORXIt. too much of anything and always givingto his club and his house, and pay a visit to the The faithful and the hir. ,l ls

C.o, the mountains this day, including Stanton and she will not eat hides ; Mrs. sent William Graves, Sarah Fosdick, Mary the circulating blood its appropriate elc- continent to pay his creditors. The die, however They were, but they are not ;

o.J.. his Indians. back to live or din on them. like. Graves Elton Graves, Viney Graves, Nancy ments in due proportion to repair the constant was cast ; I made the best of a bad bar Suns rose and set,and earth put on her bloom 4
sunrise
after
,J.f-. Nov. 22-Froze hard last night ; fine and Jan.22-Began to north.snow ; Graves, Jonathan Graves, Elizabeth) Graves, waste of every part of the body. Animal gain, and we lived decently together for eight Whist man, submitting to the common lot, 1
wind
fe, I clear today; no account from those on the ly to continue Blew; hard and snowed all night, Dorothy Donner, Leah Donner, FrancesJDon-John can only be maintained by the consumption years. He died ; and after my weeds"were Went down intu the tomb. rAnd
23
Jan. Donner
mountains. ner, Georgiana Donner, Eliza of organized matter, which owes its organism thrown aide, back came an old and new set still amid the t r
" Nov. 23-Same weather, wind west; the the most severe storm we have experiencedthis Battiste, Solomon Hook, George Donner J r", to vegetable vitality. If there were no plants of claimants for my hand-or, rather money, wreck aEarth's

e.. expedition to across the mountains returned, winter ; wind west. :Mary Donner, Mrs. Woolfinger, Lewis Kies on earth there could bo no animals. The bags. I had five offers{ ; they are as follows : Of mighty generation passed away,
fine
after an unsuccessful attempt. Jan. 26-Cleared up yesterday ; to.day burg, William Foster Sarah Foster, Simon former alone :are endowed with the power -My first was a Captain in the India service honest growth, wild-fiower.d'ecke

1.t.1.d I.t Nov. 25-Cloudy ; looks like the eve of a and pleasant wind south ; in hopes we are :Murphy, Mary Murphy, Harriet Pike, Miomin of organizing crude minerals, salts water,and returning in a fortnight, consequently he hadno The tomb of yeltl day. 1 B'lv

t.t. snow storm ; our mountaineer are to make done with snow storms ; those who went toSutter's Pike, William Eddy, Patrick Breen, Margaret air, into food for animals. The light and time to lose ; he danced with me one night, And in the twilight deep ; ,

1.I- another trial tomorrow, if fair; froze hard not yet returned ; provisions getting small Breen, John Breen, Edward Breen, Patrick I heat given out in burning 100 pounds of corn and proposed the next morning. The utmost Go veiled women forth like her who went x t

II last night. scant ; people growing weak ; living on Breen, Jr., Simon Breen, James Breen, Peter or other organized matter, were imbibed from, stretch of vanity could not permit me to imagine Sister of Lazaraj, to the grave to weep, tp, s

Ie Nor 26-Began to snow last c"ening-; allowance of hides. Breen, Isabella Breen Eliza Williams, JamesF. the light and heat of the sun, at the time the that love had any thing to say to this of- To breathe in low lament. ,3 .,

'st now rains or sleets ; the party do not start to. Jan. 27-Commenced Lewis snowing Sutler's yesterday Indiau); Reed, Mrs. Reed, Martha Reed, Jas. Reed, corn or other plants grew. No vegetable! fer, consequently he was refused on the spot.My The dead are everywhere; -

r still continues to-day. ( Thomas Reed, Noah James. for animal substance, whether consumed i in : ( second was a banker, well known among Where'er is love,or tenderness or faith;

t day.Nov.. 29-Still snowing ; now about three died three das ago; food growing hides.scarce ;idon't i- PERISHED IX THE MOUNTAINS.C. the furnace of an iron locomotive, or in a the gayest circles, and a pleasant man enough. U here er is pomp, pleasure pride ; wbere'tr i

. feet deep ; wind west ; killed my last oxen to. have fire Fair enough and to cook our west wind T. Stanton. Mr. Graves, :Mrs. Graves, locomotive man, can emit a particle more cheat Ere I decided, I found the house was consid. Life is or was, i is death. t

JJ I day; gave another yokp. to Foster ; wood hardto Jan. 30 in-the sun John pleasant and Edward Breen; Mr. J. Fosdick Franklin Graves, John Denton than was taken up and rendered latentat ered very far from solvent, so I said "No."- SMALL-TALK. .t r;

I be got. thawing Graves' this; morning the seized Geo. Donner, Sen., Mrs. Donner, Chas!'! the time carbon, nitrogen, and the elements My third was an old acquaintance before my lYont Recent London ,

Nov. 30-Snowing fast ; looks as )likely to went to until; they would be Berger:; ,Joseph Rhinehart, Jacob Donner, Bet. of water were organized in the development marriage, and I felt so much inclined to return Paptrt. :
:Mrs. s goods THE of Bavaria has .
& continue as when it commenced ; no living; on also took the hides which herself sy Donner, Wm. Johnson. Isaac Donner, Lewis of the germ of some plant. In selecting the the affection ho professed he had always king just published a tit
fourth edition of
it I ..., thing, without wings, can get about. paid ; they subsisted She regained two Donner, Samuel Donner, Samuel Shoemaker flesh of herbiverou animals, and the feeds, felt for me that I consented. The clothes poe.ns. ;

1 Dec. 1-Still.snowing ; wind west ; snow and family the balance upon.they have taken.- James Smith, Balls Williams, Bertha fruits, and tubers of plants 'for human food, were ordered and the day fixed ; I was in a BETTING on the result of an election disqualifies ; )%

I \ about six or six and a half feet deep ; very difficult pieces You only, from this what: our fare is in Kiesburg, (child,) Lewis Ki'Aburgolr: !'. Murphy there is room for the exercise of much wis shop intending to purchase fir him a present an elector so doing. j
judge THE annual value of the fowls
IJ to get ,,wood and we are completely housed may there is nothing to be had by hunting, Lemuel !Murphy, Geo. Foster Catherine dom in choosing organized matter best adap -while waiting, my attention was called to Dorking i 4 I
estimated less than
up; our cattle are all killed but two or three, camp; there will be. Pike, Ellen Eddy, Mar arcUa Eddy, James ted to meet the peculiar wants of the brain and be master of the shop giving up a sotto roce at no .3,000. ( ( '

and these, with the horses and Sfantou's mules jet Jan.perhaps 31 The soon docs not shine out brilliant Eddy, Patrick Dolan Augustus Spitzer, Milton nerves the muscles and bones as well as the account to a respectable looking housekeeperclose GERMANY is celebrated as bin; the greatest *

, all supposed to be lost in the snow; no hopesof this morning- sun; froze hard last night ; wind Elliot, Lantron Murphy, Mrs. Pike, Antonio breathing process,) which often suffers sadly to me of his many bad debts ; among FATHER European MATTHEW mart for intends kings sausages.to visit America Si

finding them alive. Lanthon died last night (New !Mexican,) Lewis, (Sutter's Indian,) from some defect in the fuel that should keep sonic other names he mentioned my intended t'
Dec. 3-Ceases snowing ; cloudy all day ; northwest. Murphy Graves'this Salvadore, (Suiter's Indian.) the human locomotive in a sound conditionand -and added, but here I don't care, for be this summer ; he will, of course, go by wa c ''i
about 1 o'clock :Mrs. Reed went to ter.
warm enough, to thaw. ; healthy (motion. Our daily food shouldbe was with us every morning and said he was 4

Dec. 5-Beautiful sunshine, thawing a lit. morning to look after goods. Anecdote of Stephen Girard.The following carefully selected and prepared, with reference on the eve of marrying a very rich widow,, SEVEN quarters to a ton of British measure
o'clock last
Feb. 5-Snowed hard until is the calculation for
tie ; looks delightful after the long storm ;- capital anecdote illustrative of the peculi. to the wants of each organ and tissuein and her money would more than clear him." ment a chip's freight.
shall all
i snow seven or eight feet deep. night ; many uneasy for fear we perish arities of the late Stephen Girard, of Philadrl-! the system.% It should never contain too I only waited lo get home ere I dismissed my Is it not unnecessary and ridiculous to put vIE-

Dec. 6-The morning fine and clear; Stanton with hunger ; we hate not but little meat phia, is from the New Bedford Bulletin. We much or too little starch, sugar, butter, or dlsenteresled admirer. My fourth wanted no Esq. to anyone's name on a tombstone ? l 'R

and Graves manufacturing shoes for another left, and only three hides ; :Mrs. Reed Gra"es'house has no- have never seen it published }before :- fat, nor too touch or too little glutten, albumen, settlement of property on myself saying it A gentlemen at Cartmel possesses a young $ ]
thing but one hide, and that is on fox, so tame that it turns small
of mules a grindstone.
mountain scrabble ; no account "Mr. Girard had a favorite clerk one who casein or other substance that abounds in nit. would prove the strength of my confidenceand tfefifii

Dec. 8-Fine weather ; froze hard last ; Milton lives there, and likely will keep every way pleaded him and who at the age of rogen, sulpher, and phosphorus. Appetite, love towards him. I sent him off" And SOMEBODY has sent the Chancellor n the t'
that child died last
night ; wind southeast ; bird work to find Feb.; Eddy's G It snowed faster night.last night and today twenty-one years, expected Mr. G. to say: ; the sense of taste and smell and instinct, are my last was an elderly baronet, rich and high. Exchequer" .5 "for the exigencies the :t ,

wood sufficient to keep us warm, or cook our something to him in relation to his future pros worth something as guides in selecting suitable ly connected ; he was an invalid, and rather country. rt
has done this winter before still found ]
than it ; ETHER has been exceedingly) useful :
peels, and perhaps lend him a helping handin nourishment. But these advantages do wanted a nurse than a wife, but he was pleasant .
beef.Dec.. 9-Commenced snowing about eleven continues without intermission ; wind southwest starting in the world. But Mr. G. said not supersede the necessity of cultivated reason cheerful and good humored, and I knewit in cases o operating on children to cur $ft

o'clock ; wind northwest ; took in Spitzer yesterday ; Murphy's folks and Kiesburg say they nothing, carefully avoiding the subject of bis of science, in directing aright the nutrition could not be for my money, for he had squinting. i
hides I wish had enough of HALF wheaten flour mixed with half beet
eat we
cannot ,
so weak that he cannot rise without ; escape from minority. At length, after the of the human }brain and nerves, which are more than myself. We should have been ;%
caused by starvation. Some have a them ; Mrs. Eddy is very weak. the clerk mustered had I found that rot, make the best and cheapest bread
help, last it lapse of tome few weeks, at once the highest expression of organized married not accidentally out ye P
scant supply of beef; Stanton trying to get Feb. 7-Ceased to snow at ; today courage; enough to address: r. G. on the sub matter, and the organs of feeling, thought, and he had given directions to his lawyers to the known.
is McCutchcon's child died on 163 and 166 deacons have taken I
himself and Indians not likely to quite pleasant ; priests orders
for from *
receive
some ; ject. conscience, the most liable to derangement. effect that any money I might ] tijn3
the 2d of this month. in the church of the last .r ,
get much. I suppose Sir," said the clerk, "I am now Weakness of brain and feebleness of intellect, him after his death, depended on the care and England during

Dec. 10-Snowed fast all night, with heavy Feb. 8-Fine, clear morning ; Spitzer died free ; and I thought vrould say something to as well as defective digestion, and imperfect attention I paid him while he lived ; and in month. A

squalls of wind ; continues to snow ; now a. last night ; we will bury him in the snow.- you as to my future course. What do you respiration, and muscular lassitude,often arise case I failed. in any way,or did not devote my THESE is a boy down west so bright that
:Mrs. died the night of the 7lh. him shave .t'
his father
Eddy on uses as a looking glass to
bout seven feet in depth. think I had belter do !" from the use of improper food. Judicious exercise life to his comfort, I was to be cut out of everything ;
Feb. :Mr. Pike's child all but dead.-
Dec. 14-Snows faster than any previous 9- Yes, yes I know you are free," said :Mr. or suitable manual labor, can do much by a clause in his will. A relation br- I
:Milton is Murphy's: not able to get out of QCEEN VICTORIA has .made it up' with
several others :
with
day; Stanton and Graves, G., and my advice to you is, that you go and toward imparting both health and strength to found out this in time to save me playing bsilil
be is
the mountains bed Kiesburg never gets up says notable Louis Phillipe. The king of the Belgians
making preparations to cross ; learn the cooper's trade." the physical man. But neither bodily nor nurse-tender to the selfish old fellow for the

on snow shoes ; snow eight feet deep on a lev. ; Mrs. Eddy and child were burned today This announcement well-nigh threw the mental toil transform food which is consti remainder of my days, which, considering I came over to mediate. ,

el. ; wind southeast. clerk: off the track, but recovering his equilibrium tutionally defective, into tbat-which contains was then only forty, and he, though an invalid The smart-money paid for the purchase of

Dec. 10-Fair and pleasant ; froze hard Feb. 10-Beautiful morning ; thawing Murpity's in. he said if Mr. G. was in earnest, he I all the nutritive elements in due proportion. but fifiy-five,I might have a longer spell of the recruits at W olwich pays the expenses o
Elliot died last at
the Milton
night the
last night the started on snow shoesto sun. it than! would he ito ho too, recruiting department.
; company would do so. I Physical labor i i. good for the great purposethat cj Agreeable t or tj
The New
this Commerce
there ork Journal
:Mrs. Reed went morning I i
shanty aaethat
cross the mountain ; wind southeast. ; "I am in earnest," said Mr. G. ; and the God designed it. It cannot, however, was dismissed. the the Baltimore '
Dec. 17 Pleasant Win. Murphy returned to see after his effects. J. Denton trying Well Mr. Editor what do think of during passage o packet-ship -
best
; clerk: rather hesitatingly,sought one of the perform the function of enlightened reason. you my
borrow for Graves had none to give from Havre, mar-
to meat couples
from the mountain last evening Ba ; ; wt'r e
parly ; coopers; agreed upon the terms ot apprentice. For the investigation of the laws of health, experience. '
lis Williams died night before last ; Milton and they had nothing but hides ; all are entirely ship, and went at it in earnest. In processor and its preservation, that each bone, muscle, ried.The
Noah started for Donner's eight days ; not out of meat but a little we have ; our hides are InfalualLn of Gaming.-In the reign ofQueen best way, says a Yankee paper, to risen
ago of
time, the young cooper became master nerve, and tissue have just what it needs,,
in the nearly all eat but with God's help spring may Anne Mr. Potter owned one of the the noiv-a-dajs is to get on a barrel of
returned think they are lost snow. up barrelas a worl
yet; hia trade, and could make ns good a man's intellectual must be called into
Dec. 19-Snowed last night ; thawing to. will soon smile upon us. any other cooper. lie went and told :Mr. active excrciie. powers best estates in the country of Northumberland, flour, go up with it. N. B. No yeast is

wind northwest, a little singular for a Feb 12-Warm, thawy morning.Feb. in England. But he acquired such a passion required. -
day; G. that he had graduated with all the honors ofhis Grind a bushel of wheat, and use for ma.
14 Fine but cold. Buried hazard he staked does not consist in speaking :
thaw. morning for gaming, that, at a single Sincerity your
Dec. 20-Clear and pleasant ; :Mrs. Reed Milton in the snow ; John Denton not well. craft, and was ready to set up his business ; king bread only: the very white superfine flour,, and lost his house and lands. After this mind on all occasions, but in doing it when >L s
at which the old gentleman appeared much little besides the starch in the
from Milton Charles Feb. 15-:Morning cloudy until nine o'clock, and you get was done, and as he was going out of the silence would b censurable and falsehood in
here ; no account yet ; ;ratified, and told him to make three of the best grain, losing most of the muscle and brain .
turned back then cleared off warm. :Airs. refused to house he turned about and insisted excusable.
for Donners' unable gaming ,
set out "
Burger times; but not discouraged give !Mrs.\ any hides ; put Sutlers' pack. barrels he could get up. The young cooper forming elements in the "middlings. It is in that the he had been playing with I Mr. Barrett, of the Dublin Post is about to
tough person
to proceed ; selected the choicest materials, and soon the later tint the chemist finds most of the
let her have put life of Daniel O'Connell for whichhe Siir'i
in God Amen. bides on her shanty and would not should give him one chance to recover bis estate publish a ,
; our hopes are ; in shape and finished his three barrels and gluten, bone earth sulphates, and chlorides.As .- .
last fromDonners' them. with him. lie proposed that his has been collecting materials during seventeen {V
Dec. 21-Milton got back night; or fight
wheeled them to the old gentleman's coup the stomachs of all the higher order of animals
up
,
Jacob Donner Feb. 16-Commenced to rain last evening the trinkets and loose he had
sad news carriage, money years.
camp; ; G. said the barrels first form
Mr. acid in
were contain some ,
Samuel Shoemaker, Rhineheart and Smith and turned to snow during the night, and continued ting-room. hydrochloric in his pockets, his house in the city, with his A most remarkable fac in connexion with
\t until weather rate, and demanded the price. (one of the elements of common salt,) the the vastator is, it avoids liquid sugar i
are dead; the rest of them in a low situation ; morning ; changeable, One the clerk is lowas makes the breadof plate and furniture, should be valued at a cer aphis
dollar in
t snowed all night, with a strong south-west sunshine then light showers of hail, and windat I live "replied as separation .fthis flour bolting weaken lain sum, and played for, at a single stake.- ; the honeydew of plants is no other than ;:
can by. likely to digestionand
times. We all feel very unwell ; the snow superfine His friends tried to prevent his running the this secretion. k>
wind.Dec. is much less at "Cheap enough," said his employer ;; 'induce costiveness. A little salt may be He Niggard "paltry "poor" and "con-
23-Clear to-day ; Milton took some not getting presE'nt.Feb. hazard ; but he could not persuaded. t
"make out your bill and present it. remedy this defect ; but what will give to the : ,a're epithet the Irish
of his meat away; all well at their camp.- 19-Froze hard last night. Seven lost the game. He then conducted the win- templible, the A applied by
And the of the whole.- blood tho bone earth and sulphur,
now comes cream organized
Began this day to read the Thirty Days'Prayers men arrived Groin California yesterday evening ner to the door, told his coachman that was press to the pension of .30 per annum to
Mr. G. drew check for 820.000 and ban- and which
a phosphorus, nitrogen, are indispensable "
Almighty God grant the requests of with provisions but left the greater part on hrs master, and marched forth, without house Father :Matthew.
; ding it to the clerk-cooper enclosed with these to repair the waste in the bones, muscles,
unworthy sinners! the way. Today it is clear and warm for this or home, or any means of support. He then One of the Boulogne steamers has brought

Dec. 24-Rained all night and still con. region ; some of the men have gone to Donners' words : tendons, membranes, nerves, and brains of retired to an obscure lodging, in a cheap part a number_of live foxes, of French producion. .
"There take that, and invest! it in the best the 1 A little of the bran beremoved e
system very may We Louis
tinues; poor prospect for any kind of comfort, camp ; they will start Lack on Monday: and if unfortunate and without but the canal shouldbe of the towu, and became a waiter at a billiard for sale in this counlr. trust ,
are
possible injury,
Feb. 22-Tbe Californians started this way you is not
table and an occasional assistant at a Philippe amongst us.
spiritual or temporal. ,
in number in lose it, you have a good trade to fall back upon eaten with the white starch called superfine The Yankees in this are much amused ,
twenty-four country -
Dec. 25-Began to snow yesterday, snow. morning some avery all 1\"erystable.. In this miserable condition, ex
ed all night, and snows yet, rapidly ; extremely weak state ; Mrs. Kiesburg started with : which" will afford you a good living at flour. of posed to the jeers and taunts of those whom I with our acquaintance with 'V en ham i
them and left here unable times. In making cheese nearly all the sugar friend him Lake, as the ice from such a district is scarce
difficult to find wood ; offered{ our prayers to Kiesburg to go.- I he had once supported an old met ,

God this, Christmas morning ; the prospect is, Buried Pike's child this morning in the snow ;iit NOTES OF TilE CAlPAIGof-CURI9SIT1" milk is lost in the whey. We are aware of and gave him ten guineas. Five of these he ly, known in the States fit
the fact that. the pigs or cows get this ; still bone said have been the heel bone ofEdward '
A
died With the to
days
appalling. but we trust in Him. two ago. CURED.-While one of Col. Price's battles spent in procuring decent clothing.
Dec. 27-Cleared ofTyesterday ; continues' Feb. 23'-:Froze hard last night ; to.day with the Mexicans and Indians, during (the we want every housekeeper to know that remaining five, he went to a common gaming IV., and reported to have been pilfered

clear; snow nine feet deep ; wood growing pleasant and thawy ; has the appearance of campaign: last winter, was going on, a bomb. two; quarts of new milk made into a baked Indian house, and increased them to fifty. He then from his corn, was exhibited the last feB

scarcer; a tree, when felled, sinks into the spring, all but the deep snow ; wind south shell with the fusu lighted, fell among some rice,or bread pudding, are worth milk a wouldbe great went among his old associates, and won twenty meeting of the Antiquarian Society.
deal food for than the
snow, and is hard to be got at. southeast. Shot a dog to-day, and dressed his houses behind which were bidden a half-dozen more as man thousand pounds. But he was not satisfied In Rome, where they still use twenty.four

Dec. 30-Fine, clear morning ; froze hard flesh.Feb. Mexicans. They saw the qucer-Iooking thing if mado into cheese or butter. with t thus recovering what he had lost-enough hours time, the Pope has ordered the public tk
25: To-day Mrs. Murphy the If most families would consume a little less he lived. He clocks to be adapted to the common European t
last night ; Charles Berger died last evening says rolling towards them and without knowing to make him rich as long as
wolves about to the dead bodies around butter and fat, and a little more sugar, molasses and lost it all. After twelve hours mulantur.
about 10 o'clock. are dig up what it was, one of them picked it for examination bo returned the next day, reckoning. Tempera
Dec. 31-Last of the year; may we, with her shanty, and the nights are too coldto -his comrads gathering up round.'or .- or honey, the wants of nature would living many years in abject poverty he' dieda During a trial the other day between two ;'
;
the help of God, spend the coming year better watch them but we can hear them howl. a few moments it passed from hand to better provided for. De careful never the to overload miserable beggar,at a penny-lodging house, Frenchmen, at one of the Paris tribnl it '
weaken it
than we hare the past, which we propose to Feb. 26-Hungry times In camp ; plenty of hand, the fuse still burning, and then exploded the stomach, nor by Beware presence in St. Giles. ws shown that an old white

a do, if it U the will of the Almighty to deliverus hides but the folks will not eat them : we eat killing two or three, and scattering the of an indigestible substance. and Perhaps: some of our readers will say they painted a fine iron gray, in order to give him .
fruit too
from our present d.adfulsiluation ; Amen. them with tolerable good appetite, thanks he to others on the ground variously wounded. of mellons, green corn, unripe would have stopped when they got the twen. a young look ;j
Neither
fair but wind east I south the Almighty God. Mrs. :Murphy said here, much meat, whether salt, or fresh. thousand I remember hearing ofa ; Macedonian
Morning cloudy; by ; For a moment nil was still : at length one fellow work much be of the vice ty pounds. Daring Fta.Thomerican frigate :
looks like another snow storm ; snow storms yesterday, that she thought she should com less badly hurt than theothers, ventured laziness too under the nor guilty that are party of girls and boys, who got a sleigh,and I formerly conquered from this country,

are dreadful to us ; the snow at present is very mence on Milton and cat him ; I do not think to raise his head and look round : sick but least pretence two hours each you day. drawing it up a steep hill on the crust, all got and now sent overbore with a gratuitous sop-

deep. she has done*so jet : it is distressing. The Gracias a Dios !1" he exclaimed "tu me ; study at whether home pathic, in it and set it a. oing down the hill. It tooka ply of provisions, was wailing at the tai of ;
of all
God Donners told the California folks, four days Beware quacks, fine start and was going bravely I on, when the bank the 27th ult. when the eD arrived
Jan. It 1947-We pray the of mercyto j has sal r ado de los infiernos Jamas quierre Thomsonian, what not ; but on Qt
or
be ago, that they would commence on the dead allopathic, suddenly it struck a tree and was dashed in in the Just when the Qu en'8 ,
delivef us from our present calamity, if it mirar a los cocas extranas otra vez !I" much in all things, and Clyde.
people, if they did not succeed that! day or next trust to temperance bruising the boys and breaking some about to the Macedonian ';
pieces ,
his holy will. Commenced snowing last night, Which, translated, means about this : ablution of the whole body.-Genesee steamer was pass
and snows a little yet ; provisions getting very in finding their cattle, then ten or twelve feet "Thank God I you have saved me from the daily oftheir bones. Why didn't they stop, after & whilst cannons were roaring from the shore s'

cant ; dug up a hide from under the snow yesterday under the snow, and did not know the spot nor devil ; I shall never<< wish to look at strange Farmer. they had enjoyed a fine slide, before coming in every direction, ami the atmosphere resounding )

; have not commenced on it yet. near it ; they have done it ere this. things another time I" Noble Tradetmcn.-It is no unsual spccla. lo the tree ? For the same reason that this with the huzzas of the mlitus two V r

Jan. 3-Fire during the day ; freezing at Feb. 28 -Quo solitary Indian passed by -- ---- -- -- cle in France to see men of the most distinguished gambler;: did not stop where he had won his seamen were observed on -meri.

night ; Mrs. Reed talks of crossing the mountains yesterday ; came from the lake ; had' a heavy A clergyman in Scotland desired his hearers : families engaged in trade. But it is twenty thousand pounds. They "got a going can frigate, the one coolly sitting on the summit 'i

with her children. pack on his back ; gave mo five or six roots never to call one another liars, but when ; titled udvcrtis- and couldn't stop ;" and so did he. And so of the fbretop.royal. and the other on the j

Jan. 4-Fine morning, looks like spring : resembling onions in shape ; tasted some, likea anyone said a thing that was not true, they not his often wares we see with a all the puffing personage: flummery of will it be with you, if you take the first step mizentoproyal mast. Immediately a thir sailor .

Mrs. Reed and Virginia, Milton Elliott and sweet potato, full of tough little fibres. ought to whistle. One Sunday, be preached ing of most impudent The Vis. down the rambler's hill. was observed mounting the ; ho
our quacks.
Eliza Williams started a abort time ago, with March 1-Ten men arrived this morningfrom a sermon on the parable of the loaves and any deB- thus adt II. N. also ran up the rigging to the loproyal mast, ,
count: -- << ertisesAlyeny -
left the Bear Valley, with provisions. We are fishes and at a loss how to explain it, which he
the hope of crossing the mountain ; ; being cmies say I have given up business ; but I Confession.-The Mexican Minister of nimbly ascentd. and then standing t
difficult for Mrs. Reedto to start in two or three days, and cache our he said the loaves were not like these now. on its he
it was very top one deliberately
here the
children have not. I have still, on the contrary, Foreign Affairs defends the armistice
goods here. They say the snow will remaintill they were as big as the hills in Scot- upon took off his hat, waved it three limes round bit
with them. the best stock.
part June. the words largest, the most magnificent, the ground that it will save their capital from
Jan. 6-Eliza came back from the moun. land. He had scarcely pronounced ed, the most distinguished establishments of assault" and violent occupation." This ia head, and gave a cheer In her Majesty. A 1

taint yesterday evening, not able to proceed ; The above mentioned ten men started for when he heard a"loud wbistle."Wbat'l ". calls mine in France. 1 sell my wines in bottles, a confession of Gen. Scott's power to assault ships
who
that said he me aart"
the other kept Ahead. the valley with seventeen of the sufferers in casks,?Jn half casks, in quarter ca ks. sell and to occupy, if he had desired. It is, too. was next seen ascending to the summit of the
Jan. 8 cold this morning; Mrs. Reed ;; hem and are good. I no wa. topmast ; but when he had nearly reached the
-Very travelled 15 miles and I cheap, they put about the first evidence of rationality we have
a revere the baker.
they snowstorm Donald
back could not find their i It is I, Willy Me if and (op, he was to appearance ordered down byn
s and the others came : ter in them. Come, you please, come found the Mexicans elhibiting.BaltiSun.
left fourteen of the cmi.grants
on they ha to
> came ; Wee!, Willy, what objections
E side of the mountains they ye \ officer, who prudently, we conceive,
other taste very
w ay on the ; the writer of the above journal and his taste them. Come, see, compare,judge. i
live what I told 30. and I will attend rountermanded the imitation of a brave
hides write
but to
ha ve nothing to on. If can't come mot
last night still family, and succeeded in getting in but three "None, master John, only I wanted_ to you And the Viscount SETTING is the title to nd but a foolish feat.-
Jan. 10-Began to snow ; children. Lieutenant Wentworth immediate knaw what sort ofovens they had to bake those your orders. so puffssway a man.trap given a : darinA certainly. very
wind wcst-nortb.west. for the of ball a mortal column. picture of lady arranging Englih
continues; ) went to his assistance ; they had eaten three loaves in !" II. space very pretty young Pa.
Jan. 13-Showing fast ; snow higher than of ly their number, who had flied i from hunger What a sensation' it would create to Ice a her curls at a mirror. Point not at the faults of others with a fowl

the shanty; it must bo thirteen feet deep ; can. and fatigue the remainder Lt Woodworth'sPart' A spoonful of scraped horseradish put intoa Lord VI, count" of the United Kingdom puf. Great numbers of femalei are employed a* nger.

not get wood this morning ; it is a dreadful brought; in. On the 29th of April, 1847, pan of milk, will keep :Jt sweet many days tag away in that style. tavviesga the Necker and Danube and Pragve If the devil catches you idle he will bo q sit.

tight for us to look upon. the fast number of that party was brought toLL above the ordinary'-period. lie that injures one, threatens an hundred. and Dresden Railways. sure to put you to'work. -

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;:t A late number of lh. Nathalie Banner con. and part of the 12th and 15th, who were GLORIOUS ACHIEVEMENTS. OF FEDERALISM. FL J.IDI-AN.1 Our neighbor o the Sentinel has "clawed,off"in The Whigs of .the Union looked l* hir

.;. '.:. tains the following corcmmiicalion upon the to the same danger and .hi rd the exp.e When a party asks the people torust them his assertions about tbe revenue receipts, and the in the Sale of Main to five hem c ie bhr asettw

'l 'ii ": (flying artillery,which interests UI not 1 much ry: while on tho right of the field,other divisions with the government of a great 'country, i 'LKT' us Governmental expense at the very point where we dincy i in the House o Representatives ai the

?'1J i : bj the light it tbro\T upon this formidable of the army were engaged, a1 of whom did ought t be able to point to its acts, and prove expected he would. We had 8 cornered him,that session of Congressbut when Ih.'..of'IaloD De

: weapon of modern w/uf1r as bj the interesting their duty gallantly. But have been in. by its past conduct that it is worthy of being Saturday, October 2, 1847. there was but one loop-hole left (or him to creep over,and the killed and 'wouad 0.t o4

*.:4 historical reminiscences intermingled duced to notice the South Carolina regiment confided in hereafter. The federal press are out of. From his known mode warfare, we looked behold, t6e battle had prorsn a C.r Gordo aftir

t' with it :' particularly, because it has become f&hiona.Me hy on this score. They never revert to what FOR KXPKCSKlfTATiriCS IROI LEO : (or him to spring directly into i't.and sure enoughout I to their hopes-they were totally routed,horse, loot

ffi In the Banner of the 27th, I notice an account in these days with some to turn up their they hare done, but deal only in promises of B. F. Whitner, I I A. E. Maxwell, he goes, but he scrambles through with sub a and dragoons! The prospect of a majority ia Con,

;M; of the introduction of fljring arier a nose at what they call the South Carolina chiv. what they trill do. This is great inj'Jstic to L. O'B. Brancji | Patrick Smith. bungling grace,that we can scarcely resist the temp : grrss, which for a while had filled thtl.ith vi

: !: a arm in the military serrice of airy. themselves ; for the brow of Federalism is tatiou to inflict i upon him a flagellation which is ion* seldom-possessed power, and caused them ia.
_ Change* In tbe Mall Arrangement. ,
States statements tb.r are ho wreathed with a large number of blushing known in plantation and school-room parlance a*- their overflowings
rfc mae berl.fet toinadvertently speak,
and Thurs.days
MowTICCLLO MAIL Arrives Tuesdays
HOW
TO
: : : doubt t 1; but it !is equally true lt the late MAKE MONEY. honors. The members of that party being paddling. But we forbear. We leave him to the of what they would do when Congress assembled

) ',t Gen. W. II. Davie, then of Halifax, N. C., Don't be startled I fVe have no rule by excessively modest, we will! recount a few of bjr 0, A.)1 Closes Sunday and Thursdays, ridicule his ow position must excite in the minds wu thus suddenly and unexpectedly dissipated ,

called the attention of our Government 'o the which all can make money. If we had, we I their achievement. at 8, P. M.NJWPRT. of those who may have watched this little controversy. the ungenerous viper i ,warmed into ; andnowlike

ff'I i ,; subject early: in 1801, o his return from know several gentlemen who would try their 1. In the Convention thai framed the( Constitution MAIL-Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays, The matter is hardly worth pursuing further.- too confiding humanity they tarn the life by
I hands at it.But we mean how some people and Fridays, by 7, P. MCl wes Tuesdays, Thurs We ball to his rejoinder, hid upon wl ho
J.- France, where he had been llmster. of the United Slates they advocateda ( however briefly reply .trpt to them power, and
gnash
their
.' The residence of Gen. Pars! was make money.Some system of government resembling that of day., and Fridays, at 8, P. M. and then the subject may rest, unless our coteropora.ry teeth" and .gaw gv their tonguea" with rage, and

the Hotel des Oiseans-.a front looking on lima since-n>.t very long-a man I England, several of them declaring that the The Election on Monday. insists upon the school-boy victory, and baa the heap upon unsuccessful compatriots .in Main

: ..; the Champ dc Mars"-where the troops that very plainly dressed, with rough looks, and rather trtio7 of the British government was the I We hardly deem i necessary to remind our friendsof last blow. every epithet which can convey to their m *

fought the famous battle Marcngo were daily under compromising in the fashionable l btst plrnfi. the importance of a general rally on Monday next. First, (hen, the Sentinel says that the COt of the utterly detestable is a democratic d bo

trained (at least all the raw recruits, say line, and not exactly indicative of a man of r 2. They tred to insert in the same Constitution We have hitherto been defeated in this County not Mexican war is an item which is embraced in the time in Federal eyes! The New triumph York at tUt

1 1 .' 20,000)) under the direction Napoleon and wealth, walkld into the office of Mr. Belmont I the power to create a National Bank, so much from a want of numbers, as from Ihe fact expenses of the Government. S it is, but bas he which was the more anxious for a Trilmne,

'' his favOrite Marshals, i including Lanne, Du. agent of the Rothschild, in New York. He i but was voted down by the democrats. that many good democrats absent themselves from the audacity to imagine even that this press, or any io Congress because otiS. extreme Tory whig majority
1
.. ron. &c., &c. The drills and reviews were was a stranger, and the broker raised his eyes I 3. After Ihe adoption of the Constitution the polls, or at most make not a tithe of the efforts other press would assert that this or any other tariff reference to the Mexican war, raves most notions in

". t" in the immediate vicinity,and in fron of Gen. inquiringly, as much a to say, what business I without such power, they construed away its pf the opposition. Were we to exert ourselves 1 do could supply the Government with funds to meet at their defeat, and denounces their failure fariowly

i:: : '. Davie's hotel. His taste led him to notice had he t"Sir plain words, and established a National Bankin the Whigs we could redeem old Leon. Let us put the extraordinary expense (consequent upon tbe war one or two mem fl I lo pin

.. I attentively tho tactics and training of the said the stranger, can you draw a violation of it. forth (the effort on Monday next. Let us b united, with Mexico I When we speak of the ability of a infamous."' and this "dastardlytreathernitend

{ '. :, troops', and their splendid success induced him bill exchange on Berlin" or Amsterdam .for 4..They carried the funding system, and for in this, next to the princple which are dear to tariff to meet the wants Government, calculationsare by others, North and rfptful Suth. %'hst language""IM is echoed

C ;. i to place a high estimate on the value of the sixty thousand dollars/ thereby corrupted the Congress many whose our hearts is the grand secret of our success. Our only made for the ordinary epense of the state ington correspondent of the Baltimoie Wash

|I ., ). French system of artillery. Mr. Belmont, supposing the man wanted il L member having large certificates of public opponents are not animated by attachment to their in time of peace-no man in his senses looks or expects ter well suited for tbe columns of that Patriot wri.

r 1 '; : Gen. Kosciusko the war of our Revolution ] for some broker who had sent him, aid : debt bought for nothing. enriched themselvesby political faith-for what is their faith ? There are for the tztTaO'dinar outlays to b providedfor what he says of the poor paper I Hear
unfaunatt
was an officer in Pulaski's Legion, then "Yes, I"can draw you such a bill, but who> their own votes, at the expense of the gov. many among them who discard that (or which theyso by a tariff. When it is said, therefore, that the Oh, I hare no sort of patience with
(
: forming a part of the army of Gen. Lincoln : wants i? ernment and its honest creditors. nobly battled in 1S44 but are they not now with receipts under the tariff of 1846 are sufficient to defray good-for-nothing Whigs! I am only sorry o o n

i" Col. Davie was attached to the same command. "I hou1 like to get it on reasonable terms," 5. They proclaimed that a public debt wasa us in opposition to the tariff of 1812 Still they the expenses of Governrnentreferenee of course whig of such high reputation and brilliant acquire a

f In 1800, Kosciusko was an exile, and then resided said nrm. public blessing, because they wanted to create call themselves Whigs, and vote for the men put out is only had to the ordinary demands in time of peace.It ments them a a !statesman When the, aj George Evans resides among -

,. 1 in the vicinity of Paris and on the arrival You," fid Mr. Belmont, surprised, ")'OU I such a debt as a soutce of private profit. by the wire-pullers in their ranks. Principles do was in this way that the Erpt..spke of it. I lor takes the Presidential glorious chair, old I shall Zachary make Ta,.

i 1. of the General at the French capital, cannot want such a bill !P' 6. They passed the Alien Law" to drive not urge them lo this but the force of party tie is was in this way that KING, A1S. of point to raise my feeble voice against his it a

r : called to see him-when old recollections renewed .Yes I do ; and I"suppose if I pay for it you I from Ihe country, men whose opposition, the the lash which keeps them at work in the whig tra Maine WEBSTER, of Massachusetts, (the latter of offices Maine!upon!" those, who call themselves the conferring Whigs of

those feelings which the remembrance have no 01 ection8. President desired to get rid of ces. Union and then, whom endorsed the ttcenty million opinion of the
(
on our part may
::. r' : of peril and "ufering can alone produce. I Certainly not-have you the money ? 7. They passed the ""Sedition Law" to secure us many aciity.which would otherwise be lost Maine Senator,) and many!other distinguished opponents Rich !exceedingly juicy Glorious incentive to
.Yes, sir; what are your terms T" muzzle the and destroy the freedom of vote increased exertions in the Whig !
f ,1 Gen. expressing his admiration of press, to us. Our ticket is worthy of ardent of the present tariff spoke of it. is a clear cause. -Treasury
our I
every way
and the bill .
Mr. Belmont stated the terms, pap from the hands of
speech. ; glorious old
: the French artillery, Kosciusko offered to support. Let us bestowthi. it,and the result evasion of the whole matter on the part of our neigh Zachary Tay
;. I draw up for him a treatise on flying artillery. was drawn, purchased, and paid for. When 8. They appointed the mid-night judges ; I of the election on Monday will upon be sure to far different bor lo impute to us or the Exprni a contrary idea. lor"-and this, too, to be fed from a spoon or a la.
Mr. Belmont
!. This be did ; and when finished sent i with the transaction WR closed, was fastening upon the public treasury, in opposition from anything we hare seen since 1845.b The unreasonableness of such a notion i is enough to dIe, in proportion to their zeal'in the rank of federalism .
curious to know how such a man came by such to the will But bow
horde of unfortunate
; : :letter ; was among the papers of the general public a life-officers excite a smile of pity for any one weak enough to it would be if the
1 at his residence in Chester, S. C. where a sum, and he inquired his history. The man 9. They established in 1800 a Bankrupt Agricultural Statistics, Seeds, A.C. entertain so absurd a supposition.Our I glorious old" gentleman himself should not hare

'. .. I be cied in 1820, and is probably in possession informed him that he was a German twelve, who had Law, which, like that of ISHS a fruitful We learn the Hon. BURKE, Commissioner of neighbor gives us no satisfaction about the the privilege of doling out th porringer r Unless
j time. come to this country some ten or years instrument of fraud and E he should himself
F. W. Davie at this avow
; of his son, an out-and-out'Whig, ar.d
; before his fortune that the manufactur.ing injustir. the Patent Office, has issued a Circular to the officers free trade papers which hare manifested consternation
to
t t Gen. Davie gave a copy of this treatise on try ; 10. They attempted cltC, in the Houseof signify a willingness to cast himself] upon the political
of lucifer matches then of the Army in Mexico of which a copy is given lest the revenue (or the present year shall fall
f the administration of Mr. Jefferson was just begun, AARON BURR waters such, there
artillery to Representatives an apostate as is not the remotest .
below. For his below that of the lat. It i is he probability
and that would into attention to the agricultural interests true, cites us to an
: and about the same time a copy to General, ,foreseeing they come general traitor, instead of JKKKERSOX, a pure patriot, that he ever occupy .the White House."
he commenced the of the country, he is certainly entitled to extract from the New York Herald in his paper of wil
f then Capt. Macomb, and at the time station- use, immediately manufacturing who was clearly indicated as the people'schoice. The signs of times in this cannot rail-
Carolina. of matches, and by taking tho tide commendation. This is perhaps of more importance the 21st ultimo. We have examined that extract taken. respect b
4 '- Mount South However much
at few
Rocky to Florida than other State of the but caji see none of the "consternation"alluded to. some whig may prats
in its flow, had in less than ten made any Confederacy.The
introdjced into the years 11. After JEFFERSON'S election well
Filing Artillery was as t glorious old .
than thousand dollars and a similarity of climate between a great portion of not our cotemporary mistaken the whig com abut Zachary Taylor, they a a party
: '4 more sixty was now before it slandered him loS
French service while Napoleon was yet a they night and day, intend him no good. He Las
". to his native country lo enjoy it Mexico and this State is such, that we doubt not ments immediately following the extract for remarks seen through their
subaltern !but on his obtaining power he justly returning without measure, decency, or reason. entire movement and hence his
: estimated; its value and greatly increased This is an example accumulating property 12. They opposed JEFFERSON'S measures most of the vegetables,fruits, plant, shrubs &c..of by the Herald himself? Besides were we disposed to their scheme reosalo lend himself :
Should
much anda Mexico will here. There are in in to admit all our neighbor claims for his witness, he defeat again blast
not so hy industry, as sagacity grow many use
Some of read. though they wise and
of the service. were just
that arm your necessary ; their hopes of in the
1948
power refusal of
little help from fortune. and Mexico a Edible that we have not, and different has told of but one'free trade'paper whereas he had General
Pol. laid
Pulaski themselves
ers not that was A more especially out to Taylor to be their candidate
may rcoJec Many years since, when a boy, we passed thwart him in his efforts make varieties of some we have. said therewere many which manifested I consternation will b urged a the disastrous
in
to do
: ish failing a competitionfor > England cause,and he,too,with the
this through Berks county, Penn. When the sun There are Officers in Mexico who should take ,"and the one cited does not bear the testimony I poor defeated cons
'. the throne, became an exile, came to us justice. in Maine denounced "
., country early in tho Revolution, obtained a was setting, in the beginning of July, we step. 13. They entered into a conspiracy to dismember some interest in Florida who have many friends asked for The fact is,our neighbor should be more and"i b as dastardly treaekerous -

: ; commission from Congress, and joined the I ped in the family carriage, (remember, the the Republic, and place the Easter here and who might we think, be induced lo pay particular in his off-hand assertion, and not seek to. wbiggciy. infamous f Such i is federalism, alias I

; ": Southern army. Two young Poles, both of railroads were not in the imaginations of men, States under the protection of England. particular attention to us in(this regard Many slips bolster up a rotten cause by putting words:in others'

noble birth, Zelin&ki and Kosciusko, followed and stages were very rare !) at a very good, 14. They got up the JIartford Convention, that could be sent to Florida and planted will,if sent mouths which they are very far from breathing. S Departure of the Florida Battalion.

I his fortunes. Zelinski died in the hospital in well built house, which might be styled a FarmHouse and approved of its treasonable purpose. to the Patent Office at Washington, probably be lost. In reference to our figures, our opponent discourteously We are indebted to an esteemed friend at Pen la- '

Charleston, where Gen. Davie was at the time Hotel. Near by we had passed the 15. In the diplomatic controversy betweenthe So with seeds antI roots-there are many adapted only interposes his never-ending doubts-Ihe last cola for t the following particulars of the departure

confined from a wound received at tho battle fields of the farm, covered with thick standingwheat United States and England, which prcce- to our State that will not grow in any other part of resort of a defeated adversary. And yet he tells us the two Companies of Volunteers from Florida o,

of Stow, which afforded him the melancholy and, in tho midst of it women as wellas ded the war, they did their best to disgracetheir the Union. Why send them Washington to be that i .. the revenue does not considerably exceed (Captains KELLY'S and LIVINGSTON'S,) in the steamer

,:I satisfaction of sharing in tuea, unties to men-Hrls and mtrons-wero gatheringin own country, and to encourage England distributed to us again ? Why not send such direct that of the last year of the tariff of 1S42,it wi great Ann Chase for Vera Cruz:

one dear to him for his noble qualities and the golden! harvest, and wheat was more in her course of insult and wrong, by proclaim ly to us ? We learn that gentlemen interested have 1y have disappointed all our anticipations! What PENIACOLA, Sept. 20tb, 1847.

: long suffering. Kosciusko returned to Po. than a dollar a hUhe. Everything about the ing through their presses, that America' could written to Officers making such request. We will sort of flummery is this ? He says he will be disappointed .Jlt $. Editors: Presuming that you a well-a

: land and became the general of his country house looked thrift. As we not be kicked into a war.' add ours; and a we learn Dr. I. Icu!of Pensaco- if (the revenue is not largely increased-but all Floridians, feel a deep and patriotic interest in

.' men in an unsuccessful attempt to throw off stopped, the only being about was the landlord 16. After the decaration- the war, they la, S. R. MALLARY, Esq., of Key West and Gen. T. when we adduce tbe figures which come up to his the citizens of our young State that have volunteer

,!. the yoke Russia. He subsequently returned himself who, with bis sleeves rolled up, en. gave aid and BROWN and Col. S. S. SIBLEY, of this place, have I antic'ations." he .doubts them!" And why ?- ed to represent it in the tented field," to aid i.i

j to France, and long indulged the thought aced the part of ostler. Just as he was put. 17. Soon afler the war, they commenced been named as agents to distribute them properly in Because, he says,he has seen them in no other print sustaining the already glorious achievements which

-' that Poland would be free by the aid of ting the horses up, a neighbor called to him the system changing their party name which their vicinity, we will suggest that such course be We pass over this petty attempt at reflection upon have crowned our I stars and stripes iD Mexico; I

4 France. In this he was disappinted as he across the way, they have since followed up s successfully, pursued. The Collector at St. Marks will forwardto Ii the character of this press and say flatly, we don't do myself the pleasure of writing you to give you

.' died not long after the ales Mr. B., will you buy that land 1""No that no rogue ever appeared in the Quarter this place any directed here. believe him He has access to papers which have an inkling of their movements.

: Pulaski fell in a charge of his Legion at I believe not. I have seventeen thousand Sessions with a greater number of alie. published those very figures! The table of receipts Te .qn Chase arrived here last ,
UNITED STATES PATENT OFTICE )
: the siege of Savannah ; his thigh was shattered dollars to pay next month" and think I 18. They elected JOHN Q. the Washington. Sept. 1, 1S17. ,j from the lit of December last to the 10th of July, Saturday, 15th inst., from New Orleans with Capt.

$" :':. ." ,r' if I remember aright by grape shot. had better not buy at present. House of Representatives by a trick, cheatingthe Sir: An appropriation was made by Conges. at referred to by us, was furnished by the Secretary of LIVINGSTON'S Company on board to join th Company
:i.( : ; .;. IlbUivJ. A tow ..01ur.. lie too was a Ucnnan, a Pvmiaylrania German people out of the man they wanted, and its last tension, for the purpose of the Treasury to the Hon. JACOB THOMPSON,of Mississippi stationed at Fort Pirkens. They left here Ibis
:." .' Excuse, sir,the garrulity of age, if you are who had applied untiring industry to the approved all the tomfooleries of the Adamsadministration tural statistics,seeds, &.C., with which duty the un. and was published in the Charleston Mercury morning in the steamer for Vera Cruz in fine 1

\L { .' wearied at the length of this article, or find cultivation of rich larrls, and time and indus. Panama Mission, Lighthousesof dersigned many varieties was charged.plants and Supposing it probable for field that and which paper we know he reads-and the.receipts and spirits, under the command of Capt. WHo heath W. J.
: difficulty in reading hieroglyphics.SAVILLE.. try, had made these lands a mine of wealth. the Skies Internal the vegetables for and the of New KELLY.
my Improvements by garden culture, and fruit not generally known in July August port York A finer body of men could not have been
He had added to his lands, and to his wheat General Government, and all. the United States, adapted to the climate of may be found in divers papers with which be ex selected,(although few in numberone hundred and

fields, till a noble) estate 1 lay around him ; }but 19. They slandered General JAcKsoN, as some if not all of them, may be found in Mexico. I changes and the amount collected for the three seventy fire, rank and file] ,) from State
-p From the Montgomery (,Ji..) Flag. neither laziness had his have taken the to address the any ; theyare
pride nor come nigh liberty you upon
before sub
had slandered JEFFERSON and tho' June
9 they of the 30, the
quarters ending was pare stamina and of the and
and Yfr IS1. pub grit ,
respectfully to solicit aid in Yeomanry
THE SQUTH CAROLINA Wife and father and jec. your procuring
dwelling. daughter, son, '
: REIMEN'T. caiming' all the decency, their repeated cru or office small quantities of such seeds and lished in this parr some time ago and was taken no doubt but they will do honor to the I let us alone"
4; Nobly has this gallant regiment sustainedthe all were industrious. He had read and observed faile attacks on the wife the patriot plants as )'UI may deem valuable for culture here, if our serve,from the"" "w while the State. :bj.Gen. Patterson was much pleased with
character of tho Palmetto State. The the commandment : hero her c and which in opinion be suitable to the
the may your
brought to amount of revenue for the year 1846, will found them. The General and his Aid
i t ? blood that was B freely poured out at Camden Six days sbal thou labor, but the seventhis 20. They sustained and grave.supported the Bank climates of this country. A great benefit may thus jaMs the l"th December, 1840 b, and crombie and Williams Lieut. Col. Aber-
be conferred tbe which will be opapot ,accompanied by
duly Leut. Maj.
.t Eutaw, the Cowpens, had not de. the the Lord thy Go. of the United States in all its upon country Shame such .
of the 1S47
an corruptions, giving acknowledged with the many other valuable services August, on boyish Polk 3 Dragoons went passengers with them _
,::" generated in veins of those wbo fell at it aid and comfort' in every attempt i rendered to the Republic by the offices of the Army gabble! Who will give him credit for honestyafter The General and suit arrived here few I
a days since
"' the bloody storming of the field works ofChu. A Serious Evil.-A correspondent of the made to plunder the people and the govern. and Navy now employed in Mexico. The amount ot this ? Who will believe his Dretended .anticipation I lo have found the U. t
rubusco. Marion and Sumter arc dead, }but Chicago Journal is denouncing the army of rnent. the appropriation will not admit of the payment of expecting S steamer Water
.
this
,' the that animated them and their fellow that are so abundant on the very high price for seeds. But it they can be got about increased reer.ue"u not Witch here to embark in her, but not baring arrived -
spirit grasshoppers pra. 21. When the French Government refusedto in small quantities (of the grains beans, peas, &c., admission forced from him by the facts in the case, ,tbe great anxiety of the General to join the ii I
ries this differ from the European troops
:: : soldiers in the days of the revolution, continues season. They pay the indemnity, they pleaded the cause A.C., half a bushel each) at reasonable prices, I will and was not the movement made by him to corrr that are waiting for him at Vera Cruz, induced him S
': yet to stir the blood of Carolina's sons.- being horso-headed, and winged like the of Loris PIIILLIFPE, and poured torrents of pay the cost of procuring them and their transportation his retreat ? Who will doubt it ? No one, to avail himself this
More than once has Carolina proved her claim African locust, and arc the worst kind of those abuse the head of their to the Unite States. I the same kind of grainor we'l opportunity. No doubt but
on ,
gray awn patriot venture as well acquainted with the course of that what they will be placed under bis
i in this
command
and
produced country
said have vegetable superior
battlefield They to increased
; to historic fame. On more than one arc President
p' D plagB. for daring to demand justice from a varieties only are wanted. They may be directed paper as we are. But webave done with this matter, proceed forthwith to join Gen. Scott, where
within the last three perhaps
: of and
has she
her full share ,
reap glory.- years foreign king. to me, to the care of George W. Barclay, E. and owe an apology to our readers for trespassing I thus they what they shall see" before
And she written her threaten to become a serious evils. "ilee they return -
Florida.
once name Pen ,
: upon 22. They carried the election of 1840 !acpla
by
much on their time and patience. These little editorial the
of these insects somewhat A brief of the kind of seed for. Eephant" in all its pristine glory and
history's page and illuminated it with the The ravages arc concealing their principles from the description or plant
: best blood of her sons. On the 10th the mitigated by the havoc made among them by and public waded to this ofce. its appropriate soil, and mode squabbles are far from being agreeable to our beanty.
raising about cabins hard
eye cry log culture i is but when of that
1 our forgetful Our Naval
.;: the fowls which hem and tate cotemporaries news is of remote a date, that we
South Carolina Regiment shared in the la prairie eat ( greedily, cider ram's horns dish s
cloths and I
respectfully
spoons, am very which to characterize the conductors
.,: bra of the day, but they covered themselves thus destroys enormous numbers during the chamber sells. Your obedient servant courtesy ought scarcely know what the Squadron is doing in the

:' w glory at Chunibu on the 20th. season, and prevent their increase to a proportionate 23. They to establish another EDMUND BURKE. of newspapers in their professional intercourse,wantonly : gulf. The sloop of war Decatur has just arie at

;, .. For several days before the battle Col. cxte l. It is recommended in reference United States atemprec knew that Commissioner of Patent insinuate that we seek to impose upon our the Naval Hospital ; rumor reports her having I

.. .: Butler had been ill, but when be understood to the usefulness of those birds in this ho two former were, although mere they of readers pretended extracts and figures a genuine it number of sick on board. No direct communication

*t, that the Palmetto Regiment was going into particular, that the killing of them should be tion. engines corrup. Commerce of New York.A will naturally be expected that r"pec for our own having been had with her, we cannot tell to what
characters and that of would induce
.' action, pale, exhausted, and almost fainting, he prohibited by law until the harvest is ended 24. They established a. Rank.runt. Law.. bv New York correspondent cf the Washington the in our press, We us shall to extent the sickness prevails.Our .
between and -- ---- Union furnishes that with the following comparative repel aspersion becoming terms. city continues healthy although we have had
I mounted his horse and placed himself at its =say February September.The which it i is estimated, that honest creditorswere paper
': # head ; for he was determined while he lived grasshoppers have in lime past caused cheated out of hundred millions in statement of the exports from the port of always endeavor to make our columns the medium of three or four sudden and unexpected deaths lately.
f fr York from the let to the 31st truth, and never admit anything which we. know to We hope to weather Yellow Jack" and give him
: I no man should take his place. Such a leader the great calamities of famine and pestilence, one year. New January August
:, J't was worthy of such a regiment. in the old \orld. In July, A. D. 591 and 25. They quarrelled with the President of inclusivefor the years 18-15- 46 and '47: be the contrary, and shall take care to clear our skirts the go by." Thus far we hare escaped him, although

: Steadily the regiment advanced over the 1543, they ravaged a if under military order, their own choice, because he between I The export trade of this port for the current of any and every stain which the unscrupulous may our next door neighbor Mobile, is suffering

ground up with ditches in every direction and 800,000 men perished by famine and the them and the constitution to stoo from year will be large beyond example-exhibiting, on attempt to fasten upon us. very severely-it seems to be on the increase there.
I cu save vo.; the whole season, a heavy increase on the business of
on the extreme leflofihe enemy's field works They wasted France A. D. 874 lation. Nothing but a good frost will destroy the disease.
The annexed table exhibits
former the
pstience. year.
any : relies the in Mexico and
Loco Focoism ,
under and incessant fire from their when their leaders constantly flewa for the first months from upon war Truly Your ION.
: a heavy 26. They were anxious for war while the exports eight ( January to the famine in Europe to keep rp its popularity by "
.4' batteries. Every now and then came the i- day before the hOt, and marked the placeto country was peace. August inclusive,) of this and the two previous maintaining good prices in the country. We hope The for

(, ron shower that lore through the ranks,striking b devoured. These first appear without 27. The country is now engaged in a war, years: the 'war is drawing to a close-and the famine certainly Eleton. Con cress.

.M .' down the young,die strong, and the brave.- wings, then with two wings, and lastly with and they do their utmost for the enemy. January, $1,467,055l. 1945. $ 1846. $3,113,865 1347. is. (1.) What will Loco Focoism do when ih Since the result of the Maine election has been

r ," :; But fast as they fell their places were fled, four. They were blown into the English Of course, these are mere heads, and intended February, .*20,635 1.,10.4, 3,464,00y the grim concern allies,?war((2.and) Can famine it not shall manage withdraw to form a holy ascertained, something like a correct judgment may

". ; and the moans of tbo dying were channe and were thrown on the beach in simply to hint to tho Federal presses how March 2,317,202 1,051.817 3.193J alliance with pestilence ?Raleigh be formed of the probable standing of parties in the

,;:; the fierce shouts of those who survived to a. that the stench caused a pesti they might argue lh 'ir cause, if they would April,, 2,45'J.O')3 2.770/5S9 2W,1S1 The above is a fair specimen of RCg8tt. satire :, next Congress. Of tbe members already elected,
2,823'0S 3W7,9017,12U0
.. but still lence. May wi the Whigs hare 111, the Democrats 100, and the
:, them. Rapidly, steadily, they only throw aside their excessive and .
tenge unnecessary June, 3,131,743 4,003,2193.03S.S32 of all the decency" party. We by no means feel
j "'.1:, t advanced shoulder to shoulder, and with closed The immense extent of soil, its pelt pro. bashfulness. July, 3.108,503 6.509,671 offended at being called the Loco Focos. What's ina Natives I. There are three States yet to vole,whose

I ranks unfaltering and unbroken. Early in ductivcnes and diversity of crops would seem ---- August 2.3<.36: 2,621,038: .,.t7 ,18 delegations stood in the la t House of Representatives {
? A ether will smell
DISEASES IN name I rose by any name I;
S i theadvanceCol.ButlerreceiredaslightwouodI to forbid the possibility ofa general famine ever HORSES. a follows :
3 '
:I which he paid no attention to, a second time happening in this favored land. But such WEAKNF.SS.-Horses are sometimes in a Totals $18,427,141. 20,433,314 37,157,599Thus sweet. Besides, WHIGS. DEM.
it appears that our thus ( this year .When fools on us become satiric, .
il $ he was wounded, and was 'taken, fainting from should ever be the case, it would most proba. weak and feebje condition, without havin any hare more than doubled urrt.the corresponding a We take it a panegyric !I Maryland, .- .- 2"

.,.ltSt: the loss of blood, to tbo rear. As soon as lieS bly bo brought about by the agency of these real disease. They should have food of ago period in 1545, and nearly doubled those for the He says he I hopes a the war is a drawing to a close." Mnisipvi, .- 0 1 3 4
:: however, ho insisted on taking his terrible scourges. quality, moderate exercise, and careful same Ierio in 1S40. The increase will appear still .
rcc'ere more striking. if we with the entire exports Well,we hope so too, as the Iho.makr said when -
-
,1 in front on foot, for he was no I roomill with occasionally a dose of some compare 3
> wife's with tbepincer.
ofprevious years. Forthepast four years they he pressed his scolding lips together 1
c; ;: longer able to ait on bis horse. At last, amusketball I Close Qurlcf- can tell a better story plenty salt. were follows : I S Of Ycancie, there are two-one in Ohio and one

I struck him on the bead, killing him than that, added the Captain, I felt pretty 'VJ .-Tumors at first soft and indolent, a 1843- 20.55S,416 I in Michigan-which will both be fillecT by Demo
the first
: instantly. Two color-bearers were shot down considerably frisky one day, and I went up tbe which grow under the skin, and which have 1844- 2-5,530,739 I (I.) To question propounded,we answer: crats. Should Ihe States yet to choose stand as in
c with of gin
: 1815 That we will, tears gratitude, praise toGo
V: 1 successively, when Lieut. Col. Dickinson took lightning rod band over hand, as high as the a tendency to become bard, and increase in 1816 -- 24.USS.542 29.12,6- thai He gave the people of these United Statt the last Conge:, there will b ill. Whigs, 113
S up the colors and bore them at the bead of the vane. I had a first rate prospect up there- size indefinitely-the only sure method of cure subdue and treacherous 1 Native. The House numtxsrs 228
e '. until he wounded. but that aint' all : A thunder cloud came over, is to them out. This may bo done safely, the power to an aggressive I Na-
regiment 10 was severely cu Relief for New Orleans.Efforts and endowed them with Christian hearts to members and 1 15 is therefore a majority. The
;. ;;,, For two hours the fierce contest failed, amid and I siw it was going to strike the steeple, care being taken not to wound a blood vessel, enemy millions; of fellow creatures from tire member will have the casting vote between she
and and thinks I to if it hits me done or any other important part. are being made in the city of New York to save stanlion.
I'; : the incessant roar artillery musketry myself Im parties. Should he vote with the Democrats can
WINDOALW.-Tbe soft and collect money for the relief of tick strangers in the (2.) To the second question, we answer: That
the
,4. when lympatbetic
until the near enoughto So I got came,
regiment got up. tie the Wbigs.but be cannot givethe preponderance
.',' ei't Pameto which city of New Orleans. A collection was taken on we decline foi ming a I holy with ,
alance"
$ caused
and up
the strike swellings, are generally
to rush upon enemy with the bayonet.- I gave a Imp tip, let lightning by a Whig to the Democrats. The Native member is C.
down and then hold !I" or by hard driving, be relieved Sunday the 10th ult. at St. Bartholomew's Church, Wilmot Proviso men. L
.t This the contest. Before the fierceness run caught again sprain may Lxvui. of P
decid the Mexicans{ wavered, and sometimes cured by astringent washes, or of which the eloquent Dr. HAWKS is pastor,and the Pennsylvania.
: ;1. charge that never sets" by a mixture of hartshorn ammonia in handsome turn of$600 was coU.ce for this benevolent Early j"od.A correspondent of tbe Journal of Shackford Emeline Manwa-
broke and ran. During the fight at Contreras, J monf.Tle IJar an $:)- Brigs Carry ,
I
jt tho 19th, the Palmetto Regiment was fortunate Full returns for equal parts, commonly volatile liniment. !. purpose. The contributions up the 21st ult. state severe frosts prevailed in the ring, and Lucy, Osmer "'e. up at New York on il e
n r amounted to $2000. We understand that the Ma. Northern and North Western sections of Massachusetts
show 102 .
whig,
House Representatives
enough toj-eUke the two pieces of can the 22d ult. for St. Marks.
non won by the Mexicans at Buena Vista but 81 democrats, 20 aholitionitti whig ma. WOHXS.-It is to be presumed that the tonic fraternity in this city have taken the tame mat. on the nights of the 15th and 16th ultimo. The Brig Newcastle, Swift, sailed from Boston for St.

on tbd 20th they bad the hardest fight, and jority of on f This is the Montpelier Watrh- horse is troubled with worms when he has ter in hand, and have contributed their mite (or the frost was hard enough to arrest the growth of corn Marks on the 16th ult. .
of cnolle when he loses reliefof their suffering brethren in New Orleana.It potatoes. and vegetation generally. Frost has also
: suffered the severest loss, and won the most man's whig count. The Patriot (dem.) counts freqiien atack his -
I 1 the same, except .that it does not allow the appetite strength without any apparentcause. is a worthy charily. been 'felt near Boston, New Haven, Buffalo, and in .\AgaJ.-The Democratic State Ccnsention

glory. disposed make invidious whigs the Clarendon member, and therefore He should take bitter inu.iona as some portions of Virginia. held at Jackson, Michigan, on the 8th ultimo, nominated .
distinctions are no by referring t particularly any to the gives them but 101. List year the whig ma. wormwood and tansy, and infusio Carolina 0,- The late SILAS WRIGHT is said to have left Judge E. RANSOM for Governor and WM. F.

achievements, of the South Carolina regiment, jority was 38 I The Sonlte is whig, but it is pink. Another excellent vermifuge is property to the amount of only 81.0. A small Franklin County.-Col. R. J. FLOYD baa been FEHTOW for Lieutenant Governor. '1
his
other that side by side not clearly: Milled how much the majority is soot from a chimney where wood is burn!, patrimony this lo leave family after having vote nominated by tb Democrats of Franklin for the

: 4 : for with there them were, that deserved equally fought well of their reduced from last year. Democratic gain on given in dose of three or four ounces mixed the better part of his life in the service of his Slat Senate, 1). HOBART, Eu!] for the House OCr- Will our friends at a distance furnish> us with
country. of Representatives. the election return*u soon ss possible
with. milk.
ftottvn Pus. warm
.S .I.i1: country. The South Carolina regiment was governor 2,500 !


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IT J. c. KIDDLE'S riivjiiE KXTETBS. occasion.] No specific act is alleged hare 6JWE: are authorized 15 announce JESSE AT. 'OR. H.; bB.iDaDwu..ut.t < 'NEWfA'N1YOOIS1 I

Mobil Register & Journal, Eitra-September 55 been committed by the General, which rnigtt KINSON as a candidate for Justice of'the Peace of if X.K"
JUST
afford a decent pretext for this ebullition of the' 2d Justices District Leon county at the election eeeCUSM a F. BU&N2T J the following ness work zPrescott' il .1./ t

and from the city of rancor ; on the the HOUSE, ) of Metic v3d .
Liter Important contrary, Picayune's correspondent in October next. ConO 'ohun :
received
; AAou 5 jut per Brig Henry Buck, and i is ,
18IM1. HAS 3d .
; Herico it-commencement of Hostil always eager to impute faults to assortment of o P&r.
offering a
democratic (COCoL: S. S. SIBXCT will verve as County Commissioner PROP L.i be received a until fo.Ie genr Notes on the North Terrilorjr j
CITY OF officers, with or without reason, Good*. .. Wel
ities-GBR. BOOTT IN THE if elected. twnt.ffb (23)day of October. 15.'cok.I Fancy consisting part en the Para We*. ;
lays no blame upon General Pillow ; his en. M., for new Light Hornet an t"t Superior blk French SatinItalin; prnte Cashmere Lardoer's LectUTerwo volume, ,

HECOOt emies admit that he has an uncommon share i (03- WE are authorized to announce Col.ALFRED ; Keeper Houaet Cap .Blu and Cap S.George, Rich Foular Silk, \ Howirt's Homes ol the Poet*. two vOl rfle5 i
i
29th Sept. I respectively of Rich Ombre Silks 'Rich em'd French Cloth
& Messenger ,
Macon Journal I plaid
the Tl
From mt e Oration of Hor
[ personal courage ; and his good and gallant A.FISHER. a candidate for reflection to the office t* ty Hrly. I
rewired a letter from and description viz: Mosaic plaid Silks, } Twie Sa.ls.Tarlton Washington and hk General ., 2 vol*
By Khdiv's mail we conduct in the attack Vera Cruz and of Sheriff Leon ,at the ensuing election in $ a"I. !
at Pensacola, furnishing upon county TOWERS. Silk Caahmrre, Bl.k CIshrd'f Men, Women and Bonk*, by Leigh Hoot,.2 t
oar attentive corrrspondent in the sanguinary action at Cerro Gordo, was October next Barege, Rich figured bonnet Rib-
following highly import. The towers to be built of hard brick, the form Printe "UPi. Profer..al Phikof fcj, +
us with the praised in the despatches of the commander round, l to be sank Cumf're. boos i t
nd.lion as as !
WE authorized and requested to deep necessary robes.'fnside outside Flowers t
announce Rich
fjrj-:: are
ant news: in-chief to the War Department. A man (or security,, and the outside and courses o'f ( & Lempriers'. Classical Dilioarj. 4
Correspondence of the Register & Journal.U. who performs actions like these cannot be SILAS D. ALLEN as a candidate for County Com brick to be laid in good Hydraulic in.id; the heightof Rich iiettts.: needleorkedChem-c3d. hams Mourning, plaid Ging- Ambon's '.,d' "I ICooper's t

mi "ior for Leon at the election in October each tower to be sixty-five feet from Virgif* ,
the :
YARD PENSACOLA county surface of *
S. NAVY ) depued by his bitterest enemies whatever the ground ; t heir diameter at the base to be MoUrning Collars, !D. do.Cashmeres. P1.kir'a Euclid, : .J'
Friday Sept 24, 1847. $5A they of him and the and next. twenty- Lisle Headdresses, Paris striped dr/ Ant lion'* !
may say good sense two feet,and at the top twelve feet. The thickness Annabait (iRowan'

merchant lrig) arrived here at an early honorable feeling of the American people will 03-: JOHN S SHEPPARD E. 'i serve a of the walU"Uhe base to be four feet, and uniformly Silk Fringt.beater kid rlote!.'Satin Crape stripe de Lind blk Buee.Ldle' Zompfj, French Latin Grammar.Andrew's Reader. I

hour this morning, 51| days from Vera Cruz not permit him to sink under the load of ob. County Commissioner, if U to to two be feet laid a tep''The soap stone top deck is to, fourteen be arched and, which half- Lng Pnlka Go\tI\Embrid"re\ Canton and Sloddard'r.Latin Grammar. (

with despatches for the War and Nary Do loquy which his enerniei throw upon him.- s:}. WE are authorized and requested to announce feet diameter, five inches thick ; the a in Zephyr. Royal and t Is. Surenne'French Pronouncing Dictionary :
of the utmost importance. The The editors of the Picayune the Bulletin: ,the with lead on one side of which is joint.1le Hoch, )Vei ets, Greek Testaments t: ,H
partmenU CHARLES C. ASH candidate for Commissioner Kutl. Plaid Wool and Satin .
a County Amazon
|
brought by this arrival has cast a gloom National, and all other coon journals will findit a : twenty-four by twenty inches, to enter the Napier Ca.JIDICe. Miniature Lexicon; ;1
news for Leon County at the ensuing election in The scuttle door an iron frame,covered with Sawl. Paris*Silk Brocade, Scott's Infantry Tactics-three volnn .,
of whole a fruitless task to endeavor write dorm copper. .
the countenance our community to Shawls, and figured Bare- .
over The
October next. .The outside wall of the tower to be well whitewashed Sacred Harp. :
of its unfavorable tenor. a mm: like Pillow in the I Embroidered Shawl. jspte .
because unexceptionable re. twice over. There ire to be fix windows in each The Odeon Mercer's Clus" .
informs that he hurried lations of life who sheds his authorized and to announce 2d rnourni clot h Shawls..; Ginghams io I .
The Captain us was: private freely OWE are requested tower, of twelve lght. each, eight by ten glass, in Do. embroidered do. Blankets, Baptist Harmony Songster.LAW J.

off so unexpectedly and with such des. blood in his country's cause, and who has invariably WILLIAM C. LESTER as a candidate for Tax Assessor strong frames, dor six feet by three, made of Plaid Merino Shawl, Car Large Re and BOOKS: ,

patch, that he was unnble t ogather the full shown that he was equal in point of and Collector for Leon County at the election. double inch and boards latch., cross'The nailed ground, with floor i is lub.tantia1hingf.lnCk to be Black Silk Laces/ Steel Beads Rug.Bonn'l. Cla.r. Holcomb' Leading Caies upon Commercial. LafVj

particulars in detail. The. sum and substance military skill and mental resources to any e. in October next. and a sufficient number of circular pa Side, Tas51. Fancy colored Alpaca. an Smith'* Mercantile Lair.

of the news is thi! : merr{ .Micy in which the f fortune of war has FLETCHER stairs, made of two inch pine boards to I to M ithin fsrt'd. Ldie. Children' Shoes of all *tjles. NOVELS: ,
authorized to announce a articles the whole tit
Mr. Trist proposed that no further indem. found him. We tell our whig brethren they 5OWe are six feet of the lantern, terminating in a strong plat numerous other cons u- St. Giles" and St. .amc.complete. Vt:
and big choice and extensive
WHITAKER. candidate ( Tax Assessor a very
a or
a* and connected centre asrtment. The MonkV ,
form by a From the
nity of our citizens should be demanded from cannot urife down such a man ; but may and post. Tallahassee, September 2 1Sf?. 10 vn c... .
Collector for Leon County at the ensuing election ton of the stairs to the scuttle to be an iron ladder : Piquillo 'S
the Mexican government. Agreed to. Our if they continue their pre ent course, certainly in October next. with steps two and a half inches wide. Each Lighthouse Amag.R'I. ,

citizens should be allowed the privilege of will trrite him up. to be furnished with one complete electrical Gd for Gentement Wear. Inhtritance, 4 paM, ,

establishing two factories in California, for a ----- $:>- WE are a'Jthorize to announce DANIEL conductor of 1 inch diameter made of copper with BLUE Blak,ad Back Broadcoh.. Fancy Joseph Rushbtook, Wood Leighton; Si
A GAMBLING INCIDENT. feet into the ,. Sattinets. Satin Cleavland
four earth. ,
.joints to run Jen t
That the Rio Grande McRAENY Esq. a candidate for re-election as Tanre.'e ,
riven period agreed to. a,
.
a Silk Velvet Ri h-&ii
Dear Spirit._The steamer Leviathan" LANTERNS.The Vesting Vesting Silvered Knigh .,2 vols, g i.
should be"the line-not agreed to. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the Veting.Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravats,a Ellen MonrO.2 volnrnes, .
But the Mexican commissioners proposed was on its third day of the voyage from New election in October next. lanterns and lighting apparatus \in use at general of gentlemen's Boots and Show, Dotnbey and Daughter, Kitty's Relations f

the Nueces to which Mr. Trist replied that Orleans loSt. Louis, when she took on board St. Josephs and St. George Island Light HouP are Hats and Caps ; also, a large stock of ready made The }youth of I
from a desolate landing near M. a brown aWE: are authorized to announce WILLIAM to be transferred to the new totters, the contractor clothing.just received and for sale by Sahpare. '
he had authority for making: that the line the lanterns with French and Sa'tpeat. Frtnd5
no to re-glaze plateglass,
and well seasoned C. CAMPBELL Esq. a candidate for Clerk of the S. F. BURNEY.Septembers' Pajwion, Daughter. '
looking apparently: chap, a Lawyer's I
and required 40 of Leon at the October .r1 1 following:
Circuit Court County
whose dress!' and were such as to ensuing them the conditon:
ernment upon the subject, but only five days appearance on new towers in a proper (or Past and Present by Carlyfe2 vol.<
excite no more attention from the passengersthan election. lighting Negro Clothing. SIT Lecture o'f
were allowed him. By way of a concluding on the Uie the Long
the usual: glance of inquiry, with which The contractor will 'he allowed to use all :ucli materials A Treatise on Mitch Cow, by John Skinner '
DO do. Plain. do. Lin-
Trist the Kerseys ;
proposition Mr. proposed( annexation 03WE are authorized to announce NICHOLASN. (a The Boy Summer of
of New California, for which the Government the western traveller: salutes every fe'Iow.pas. BRANCH .a candidate (lor Tat Assessor and that CI be obtained l from the towers and dwelling seys, Lowell Osnaburgs,5 Virginia do., Blank Books,just Bk. and for sale an assortment '
by
of the U. S. was willing to pay some Renger-nor \vouM he in all probability: have Collector for Leon county, at the October election.ffj houses t! St. Joseph point and St. Georges. Iland. 5 bale., 10 4-4 bales. Domestics,5do.7SVomestici,5do3.ido. Negro blankets, cases Negro shots, P. A. HAYWARD. e
been considered a subject worthy of notice and No the bricks and of the old : .
millions of dollars not agreed to. granite wool hats aDd Just and 9
15 or more for sale bJ &ptembr J.It. :
but for the singular; calmness with which he WE are authorized to announce J.\ME W. Dog I"Und. A sufficient quantity of good brick, it caps. receive. .
The next followed a letter from Santi Anna: i bore losses the card taldc and the SHERWOOD candidate for Tax and i! belie..f, may b obtained from the above named BUR EY. Male and Female -
to Gen. Scott, complaining of his having broken -, at ( pertinacity as a ASotc complete the new ones.DWELLING September 2:: 1S-17. 10 Leo Academy, ;
I which lie evinced in placing! against for. Collector for Leon county, at the October election. .. FLORIDA. 4 J
the Armistice. to which Scott replied, HOUSES. Hardware.iRITANNIA TALL\J.\

accusing him of the. same thing. Of course tune. OCj- WE authorized to announce JAMES WILLIS I A Dwelling lost for the keeper is to be built at Coffee Urns,Britannia Tea and Coffee rpHE exercise* ofjhijinstifu/ion' ( / resumed '
His L
hostilities recommenced, and on the 9th inst.a most frequent antagonist was a yo-ing a candidate for the office of County Commissioner I each llct. 3; ,foundation hard brick Mall B' Pots, do. Candlesticks, do. Fire JL on the first Mo dav in October."i .
clerk, who, as was the custom in those days a one lot l laid IS inches below the surface of I Lamp. Rev. WILLIAM 4
portion of Gen. Worth's division met a large at the election in October next. flick Fender with brass knob Brass Fire NEIL A. M.. Prioeipat of tL* :
little of unsafe mails, was the hearer, of a large the ground, carried up 2 feet above on which ii and Tongs and Tools,Carpenters Male School. s ;
Mexican force at a place near the city .
THOMAS to be a frame building., S inches square,posts( Mrs. ELIZA A. NEIL, Prmcipaf tt the Frnsalrf
authorized to lid il.
quantity hank bills, returned to St. I..ou.sfrom 09- WE are announce Tools, and other Hardware of every description.Just
them beans, his own loss comparatively ( braced and .
and 11 high, 4 by S, \ below lower School.
gave the bank Orleans to be for BARNARD a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor ; received and (or sale by S. /BURNEY.
trifling while that of Mexicans: exchanged a flooring joist!t 2 inches by 8, IS inches apart bridged; September 25. 1847. 10 1. The Principals hare with them t
was great On the 10th there were other their own paper in the north. and Collector, at the election in October next.JO chamber flier. joist 2 by G, lr inches apart.to be laid Mr. JOHN B. u.oiatt, T .cher. ;

very It was the fourth evening of the tripand HUGH so that the rooca. 3 feet; fi inches roof, one- Rifles and ShotGu. Col.! JOHN B. DECOCfTeseberof the t
our forces proving victorious in { WE are authorized to announce ( ARCHER r-nt
.
engagements though late, (Ihc excitement ofthc of Po- third pitchrafter 4 by 4 inches; side, end and roof price*.jnst Language, and 3
re-
game qualities size
struggle. a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector boarded ly seasoned pine boards and ASSORTED
every ker-then introduced had these a goo shingled for sale by S. F. EURNEY.September Mrs. H. H. ROVN.Teacher Mrtsic. f
recently -
On the 11th, which is the latest accountswe kept at the ensuing election in October next. with the best juniptr.Cprls or cedar shlnglp.laid 25, 1347. 10 In the be taught the usual branch** [s
have Gen. Scott had got into the city individuals at their table, and the passengers --- --- -- not more than incbe weather on the roof, of a Classical, Mathematical English t.durtiol. 1 ,
two streets which becoming interested in their high play bad '59- WE are authorized to announce JAMES L or more than 5 inches at the side and ends; the house Willow and Wooden Ware. In the Female School, Latin French and Music f

occupying only commanded formed a circle about them, watching with HART as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector to be divided into two rooms with an entry between Tf! PANTS'Carriages,do.Chairs Cedar Tubs,brass will be considered extra.,at the charge tf Ihe respec'ite '
and the armies
the Plaza two were con- wide in each
7 feet end, and fire
; a chimney a placein I' t i teachers-
the for Leon County at the election in October next. J. S.
silent of the cards bound Pails, well Boilers Scrub
dropping Buckets Sugar ,
tending for victory. Scott's loss is said to be eagerness each withtliree! vtindows in each parlor Should of increase
and admiring the fort itude with which the brownman on.l.o. Brooms. Hearth Brushes, &c., &c., a general assortment th nmtr pupils sufficiently ; _
3,000 since his departure from Puebla, and 09* WE are authorized and requested to announce jigms ju oy liThe and lor sale by to justify competent' additional assistance' .
continued reduce the size of stairs from the into he attic iur rteie
to his to entry (
pock. led ; will be .
fears entertained for his JOHN DAFFIN candidate fur Tax Assessor procured.Terms
t I strong are safety- a a S. F.
back of stairs atttic
et book. closet the ; divided into tworooms DUEY. ,&c., usual. .
I i beset in his rear by Paredes with a strong Again the cards were dealt, and betting began and Collector, at the election in October next. with an catty between 7 (ee wide ; one of: &ph'mbr 'z;, 1S47. 10 Tallahassee,a September IS, 1547. 9 'jt.

/ force, while his front is menaced by over : THE friends of WILLIAM ANDREWS the chambr.tj.b subdivided into two; a Southern Election Major. 1:
fo
C3-
held
each hand
and
-- a fillies I I.
numbers under Santa Anna. strong by entry between the chambers lishts New
whelming and hundreds the stake was raised, until the I respectfully announce him as a suitable candidate S by K>, collared vith lead as a both t chimney A N election will be held o Sturday. the ICfhXX Fou.
wel .
'Tis to be hoped that the accounts broughtby clerk, counting out the full amount of his mo. for the office rf Sheriff of Jefferson County, Fla., at ; doors in font and back the entry one in day of October next. at ) ttdster Kf\ BARRELS and Z hal Bret". j .
this arrival are greatly exaggerated, grounds of companies-. C. G and H, comprisingthe tJJ Just or by
each room above and below and 'lo the Closet the eceive
the election in October next that ;
believing no one
though this. seems to be pretty well corroborated ney and throwing violently! upon( the btake, doors to be 4 pamelled, one inch except the Second Battalion-Sixth. Regiment, Florida Militia Sept. IS, 15n ; LLOYD &FLAGG. _
cried is the office than he, or more worthythe thik. -
the Vera Cruz containingletters in an excited voice- more deserving front and back dcor which arc to inch. The .for the election of a Major of said Battalion, to
by papers, b
from the scene of action. "There's your five hundred, and five hundred suffrage of the voters of Jefferson. front with frieze ..ilhs.vith a good lock, bolt and fill (he vacancy occasioned by the decease I he late Fresh roe :

dollars! better ; make me or break me- May 13, 1847. MANY VOTERS latch, and hone hinges; window in each Major Thomas J. Latham. The several companyofficers I SCALED hERRINGS I

The day this brig sailed, reinforcements to I 'tis all" I have." __ h ____ ______ chamber,twelve go, -10. chambers will act as inspectors in their respectiveb'eal and Wat.r Cracler*.
the number of 2,000, under Gen. Lane, had : - --- ---- entry below andabove, and Prlor. plasteredand !substituting in eao of non.aUend.ce. the Crubtd. Powdered, Loaf and P. RSitjars,

arrived in Vera Cruz, and made not a mo- Hardly was the money upon the table,when Sheriff's Sale. finished in plain and dl"nt coe manner lthe. ; gutters Orderly Sergeant or Clerk of the companies. Linseed, Whale and Sperm| Oil),

ment's delay in setting out for the city cf uiih a cool smile from his antagonist, the mo. virtue of a writ of fieri (facias issued from the back and front 01 l (the house with trunks to lead off I I turns must b made forthwith to the undersigned. Currant and Smyrna Raisins/; ; c

Mexico. Other reinforcements are now hour- ney was covered and doubled. BY Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the county the water to a cis>rn; an Opening in the brick foundation Pols to P.open M. at 10 o'clock, .0. .M., and close at 4. Stewart'* Double Refined Syropri .
,
lour thousand dollars, and one thousand I of Leon, Middle Circuit of Forida. wherein the ,each side of the house 12 by 8 inches a piazza do. Candies, I .
ly expected at Vera Cruz, but the prevalenceof Union Bank of Florida i i. plaint Robertson on the front tide of the house 8 feet wide, floor S. S. SIBLEY, Pickle, &c.just received and for alehf : p

"norther," which had lasted some fouror dollars better and" I give you five minutes to I is defendant. ,I hate let led upon and will expose to,be six inches blow the si of the door, the roof Col. Comd'g. 6th Regiment, Fa. M. St-pt. IS, 1817. 9 LLOYD &FLAGG"/. .

five days, was thought to delay their com raise the money. for sale, before the Court louie door, in the city of shingled ; a1 the wood except the roof painted September 25,147. 10
Then for the first time the truth flashed up. Talabuspe. on Monday. (th day of December two ; all the floors in the bouse to be laid Fall and Winter Goods. 1

ing.I to mention in speaking of thefights on the young man that he was in the hands lega hours the following described double.At from New York Bri henry ;
forgot
,
property, to : a convenient distance from the dwelling house, [ b ; .
'
of of
the of
one dreaded "legs" of the( river, and assortment
that it is reported that the gallant! W 4 of S W .S 31 t. T 2, R I, N and W. ; W i to be a frame kitchen, J;by 12,to stand on six brick :
Worth was seriously wounded. No other he saw himself, by his own f folly, a loser of all of N E 4, S 27. 1. RI Nand W. pillars,2 feet fran the ground,seven feet post boar AND FANCY DRY GOODS. j'

name is mentioned among the sufferers, but lIe was worth for unless he could meet the Levied upon a.'the property of said defendant and ded and shingled ; roof one-third pitch; two windows I Wood! an Willow Ware
two thousand dollars of his opponent, by the to b old to satisfy said: writ of fieri facias. twelve lights, 8-10. and one door; a chimney .:-t. I I v.:u I A -
the numbers have been I
from to
reported t !, | Sugar Boiler. A.C.
A. A. FISHER, Sheriff. with a suitable fire place for with &.
rules of the he forfeited that already cokinF. JL
ed, we shall doubtless ere long hear kill-I game up ; October 2, '17. crane, trammd and hooks ; the floor ; osslct'y .
and as he marked the of the gambler'seye 1Sheri's I LLOYD FLAGG. ;
names of many whom we would geam the attic floor dingle and matched; one window in &

lose and whose loss the country would sensibly as he raised from his watch, be gave up Sale. the attic; compact stairs or steps to go into attic.In .- I I -C
; in despair. the rear of fach a Cistern is to be built Kerseys.
feel I BY virtue of a o facias issued from the ,of hard brick, dwelne Roman cement large i t answer the purposes a stated by the proprietor>iz : I iTh CASES KERSEYSt2 do LinseJJ ; *.
The fever had entirely abated: at Vera Cruz Each minute as it passed! was noted by the Clerk' office of the Circuit Court for the count 'enougu to -tine covered with heart to act (in small doses) a a mild and ready aperientto \ Just and for ale bv

since the. northers" set in, but the squadronis brown man, but unnoticed !tJ y the cleik, until of Leon Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein the pine boards wlh a door glons.into which the rain I the lystem-to remove or prevent costi veness-as Sep. 19, 1S17. rteive. FL GO. 1
Deaths he beard that but one minute! remained for Union Bank of Florida is plaintiff, and James F. gutters from tie dwellings are to lead. may be required, without pain or sickness. Of the &
still Buffeting severely- occurring Trottie is I have levied upon and will many remedies I have made use of during a period of
him deendant. is be made the for I
to recover his loss. Then seemingly struck No payment to to cnnlrtors Blankets
daily, and new cases I learn hourly reported. expose for the Court House door, in the I the above named work until the whole in each cave thirty tears afiction. I believe them the mildest and .
f Out of the. number of sick which was about with a gleam of hope lie darted throughthe city of Talahaste. on Monday, the 6th day of December is completed and the same inspected and approved most dIctuaJ Af\f\ NEGRO BLANKETS, .
circle anxious spectators to his stateroom ne legal hours, the ( described JOHN HARRINGTON. :tUy 50 pairs bed Blanket, assorted
(
f 200, brought to our hospital by the :Mississippi \ fullovung I by the undenine.or such person a he may appoint I )
I and Decatur not a single death has and returning threw upon the table a property, to wit : for( that entire work to be completedby Sumler District, S.'C. Just in store and (or sale bY .
sloop sealed packet marked 8100,000. North $ of Section 17.T 3, R t. N and E.WofSE4" the first purpoie.da' of } IS4. Sep. 18. IS.r 9 LLOYD &FLACQ. f
the skilful hands of Dr. Isjac !
under
/ occurred : 17T3RI. S\MUEL W. SPENCER. CollectorAnd hERHAW Die?., S. C., June 2d5lS46.In .
\ Hulse and his assistants. Our Yard and its Sir, said he, "there it your Iwo thousand EJof S W4 I 17T3R1 I. I Sup. of Light Houses, District of January, 1544 from wet and exposure, I took Boots and Shoes.

Ik vicinity has again been visited with the dollars and ninety.eight thousand dollar better E J of S W J of Section 17, T 2, R 2. N and E.WiofSEi October 2, IS47. 3t Apalachicola.. a k\cecolt., which resulted in a high fever, accompanied CAS BROGANS f
1 RtSEr .
25
of last fall but we need not fear and give you fire minutes to get the man. 17T2R2. ---j[ by a severe cough and painful headache. :ca5S do. -
epedemic ct,." E jof N %V4 1T2R2; ; I of The.'e continrted to increase in severity, for Soot two cases French Boots, g
I any danger! when we have such a roan as Dr. W4ofNE4 t. Lit Leter weeks, !much no that my friends considered me, 1 case Water Cal do. .

l\f Leod: Surgeon of the Yard, whose reputation The result can be imagined : the leg left at N W 4 of S E 4 f T 2, R 2, I T? IG the Pot Olce at Tallahassee,r and li myself blieve I was, in a very critical and 100 pair ldis proof French Kid Slippers

as an eminent gentleman in his profession 1- next landing two thousand dollars poorer SE4ofS'W4 cTZR2. IV Florida October, 1t.J. dangerons the end of this=time I sent for Gents ladies Calf ;

was established here he came on board-leaving the clerk Levied upon a the property, of sak defendant,and Abn y. Benjamin TAllen" Johnson, Green and procured two BXl of I Spencer's Pills," and Ladies 3 Walking S.Gaiter. ,
years gone by. than to sold to satisfy said writ of faia. Benjamin FAt 4 Johnson, the jfcrjf day of I began to experience relief an
more that amount wiser.-JV. Y. Spirit b Carol Ul Just and .saleby ._ I
I The Captain of the brig that brought the A. A. FISHER, Sheriff. well, Miss E A Johnson John A and before I had taken one box, my fever wa Sep. 1'., reei\e LLOYD : -
the Times. I
1 news, follows this to your city on his way to of October 2, 1S4;. 1 Addison. R'J Johnson, Blanev gone; rough had ceased, and head-ache entire cur 151. &FLAGO.a .

New Orleans with despatches for the Pica- Anders James \ 2 Jerkins Miss Mary F 2 ed. I wa soon sound and veil. I and Hrpwn Goods. 1

office from Kendall which no doubt The Whigs are crowing over the electionof lEAD QUARTERS. 2d BRIG., 1st Div., F. M. ) A.lon. John Jerkins, Zachariah ,ti bllt.f', that by the blessing of God, they were 1
ynne 1A
COTTON OS5TABURGSJ
(
the to QUINCY September 22, 1547. J ,John Lee, Thomas means.of saving my lite. In looking; over the BALE j
Tweedy, Whig Delegate Congressfrom
will the full of the \ .
give particulars fights. Brown
GENERAL ORDERS No. -I.rr AlienMrsSA Lmifr.Col: A I[ directions afterwards,I saw they were recommended Driine. i '
Wisconsin territory. This result is owing HE Colonels commanding the Bellamy, Harrison Maddox, David I for the cure of Dyspfpia.yith which my eldest :; do. 3-J :- !

Fiorip the) JV>t? Orlean Courier. to the highly objectionable character of J_ Battalions, composing scveratlgimenband Bagley Thomas ?Miner Capt Wm I daughter had a long time. I recommended do. do.

(GENERAL PILLOW. the Democratic nominee who was brought M., will cause their respective commands to be assembled Bender Parker Mcintyre Dr G A her to make trial of them, and she dido 2 do. 5 Sheet ing- ', I

I. J forward in violation of the wishes of the people. I at the following times and places for drill, Borthman, William MeachamBanks and by a continued' use of the Pills alone was 3 do. Sedley Shirting.
must have something and and John n G and I think cured. Just received and for sale by ,
Destiny grand review, inspection : Brady Mils perfectly permanently
That the is is
Democratic shown
magnificentin: reserve for this gentleman.The .- terrilory by : The 2d Regiment of Cavalry at Tallahassee, on Briggs, Mrs Stlathia Mrs Eliza J fjCJ- Fresh supply of the above valuable medicinejust Spt. IS, IS4. 9 LLOYD &FLAGG. I

have instinctive horror the election of a Democratic Legislature.- Friday and Saturday, 12th and I3lh November next. Brooks, James M Mills, Wm received in Tallahassee and for sale by -- :

whig journals an The Governor will convene the Legislaturevery The 2d Batalion. Sth R at Jasper.. Monday Bradford Dot N Miller.Charles K LEWIS &AMES. Reports ofthe Supreme
of him and hJs name-and this antipathy of the and and 2d/iment. Buckner. Presley R Daniel September 23", 1947. 10. Cou
soon-a new Constitution will be submit Tuesday 1st next. McVoy 2 NOS. 1 and 2, completing vol. I,
whigs indicates that his disposition and char t'd. and probably adopted within ninety days, The 1st Battalion Sth Regiment at Madison C. Booth, Dr. John'sBuckner Morris Gideon may be had at the Book Store of P. A.read//Uay-
acter and tb'e tendency of his acts are all con. II. on Thursday and Friday 4th and 5th Nov. next John l Neighbours, Mrs M A 2 New Fou. ward and at the Fi'orniiJn Office. These Reports are I

genial in thcjir nature to American people.No and Wisconsin will be a State in April. We The 7th Regiment at Monticelo. on Monday and Butter! Jacob-! Niles Bugby 1 CT BBLS. NEW city mills, for the }ears 1946 and. "t, and form a volume >f near a
have no doubt, that she will enter the Union a Tuesday,Sth and 9th NOYmb r Butler, Tomas O\vrs. Lucre!iaPedwith 550 octavo pages. :Price, 50 No.
lObalt-bbls. Illinois aA.
Gen. Jackson and Mr. Polk U I per -f
man, except The 6th Crow Mis Eliza $ 4
Tallahassee
Regiment at and
,
Democratic Slate in all her departments. on Friday 2 Casks Clear Bacon Sides, September1IfsI. 8 .
hu been so plastered over with dirty abuse as i Richmond Enquirer. Saturday, 12th and 3tb November next. Coker Col P T Pirik. Miss Elizabeth. 1 Shoulders, just received Tallahassee .

Gen. Pillow} has been-miserable vile abuse The Independent atalion attached to the 6th I Conway, Miss FJiz on consignment by J. R. FORTUNE.Sep. per Jut
of militia of Wakulla Cook, Mark A Perry,Oliver H Receved
composed county
those who Reiment. .
to 1S47. )
I -disgraceful apply disgusting IS, i PER ;
State of Religion.-\ correspondent of theProvidence on Monday and Tuesday, l..th and I Cook, Mrs Elizabeth Padrick Jonathan 2Pridset.JohnW Ezf
T to all decent people who witness it-utterly OU
TOO QUININE
,
ICth November next. Philip
Cooper CE
I harmless to. the intended victim or rattier (II. I.) Journal in a neighboringtown The 5th Regiment at Quinry on Thursday and Cox. James Rawles, Thomas J Notice. 1UU iii) Leeches. .

I we may say highly beneficial to him as vilification gives the following rather unpromisingaccount Friday IStb and 10th NOYmbr next. ,TtJmaJ K Randton. H SIX month after date I shall present my final ac- Swajne's Syrup of Wild Cberrv. $.

Pt from those sources is looked by of the occupations of a rainy Sunday ALLSml. Davis Elias Randolph Mrs Ellen and vouchers the Hon. Judge of Probatein Also a few choice Regalia SEGAKS.'Wasnii.fieri *. r
upon the dated Gen. Com. 2d Edt\ar 2 and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for and Minerva LEWIS '
the American evidenceat in country. His letter is the 12th : Brig. Brig. l M. DfI Cheney Robin.ol Major > adi.c'ha Branlt. &AJlEJv V r
r people as prime facie It Las (been and the meetinghouse W. BARTLE. Adjutant General. DNhong, Dr Louis :3 Scott,Robert R e a'Administrator of the estate of Abram September 4. 8 ,
a day
leant that the individual against! whom it is stormy October 2. J Ereven. Peter 2 Seabrook Joseph. Gnmthatn, late of said county deeas. -2.

directed is worthy man, a good citizen who has not len opened. Most of the 1 OOlida. lion. Thomas Sanders, W J WILLI.oM For Rent,

be dear his members of the society have been out shoot Notice. Dickinson, Rufus Sanders, Lours ftforrticello. September 19, 1847. D g.
ought to to country, as be i in hated Lat rAdverisement. THE SORE now occupied by R. B. & D. TV/ 4
at mark. One of the Edwards, Plummer Savage, John P .
by her enemies.Every ing pigeons or firing a of Leon county are hereby notified piven-Ufst November.LEWIS fl I
ciders has been working out his tax,' I sup. rHYln.payer. at the Court Home in the Evans S David Smith J t 4 -
in New city
I whig press Orleans has fallen thz il atend Fleece, James B 2 Smith Jackson September 11.1S47. ..ME.
upon Gen. Pillow with all their Lilliputianrage pose, as I noticed him mending the road in of Talahal o Thuray. Friday and Sturday. Fag, Rev G WFooter. 2 Smith, Miss Hannah ALLAN will nfa school in this i g4
the re-open
HENRY
for
next, (
because some one wrote a letter declaring front. of his house. of receiving Ind9b their Otot.r taxes purpose for the Dr WFilts Smith,Robert on the first Monday i ig October.On PublicLandSale*

that the division of the army lately engaged ------ -- --- -- present year. Their attention Cotmty is most resectfullysolicited. J WFlemming.. S J Smith Scott, Norman Buckingham the that subject of prmaneucy.candor reuire him UNITED STATES LAPIn OFFICE,

with the enemy under the. walls Mexico was fcr-: A CAMP MEETING at Antioch near the thich will enable me to make I speedy James Stanford Isaiah tony.him to Tallahassee thenine I.its 1S44, have! him brought back -. Tallahassee, September-11. S47. 5 5
Got"n. brought
; commanded by that. officer. Could Gen. Pillow reidenceofThomnasJordan. F..q., Hamilton) county settlement with the TreasurerA.. A. FISHER Sheriff and r111. MaUchi Sledge,John now;affairs which he ran. best attend to,and soonest NOTICE is hereby given,that,in pursuance .( M s

help it it the commander of the. forces will commence on the Rth of October. ex officio Tax Collector, Leon Geddie Daniel Strawn, John get rd; of,by residing here. But, while exercising torn the Commissioner* of fhe Generl '

t placed him in that position ? The editors of M. WHIT SMITH Superiulendent.0O September 25. IS J 7. County. Harley, MM Sarah Sturgess. Miss Elizabeth his right to pursue the only avocation for which Land Office, under authority vested io rum by the f
1 Harrel, M M 2 Spears Joshua he i!af all fitted, it would give hire pain (ft be !the 5th section of (he Act of Congress,approved 3d August .
I the Picayune and the Bulletin might have been c Sentinel please copy. Hiram 1S4(>, shall proceed
__ Hunter pro1.I 1.Crwfor mean of \vakening or disturbing any of the exist- \v to offer at taf'f
I better pleased had Pillow turned recreant and Bacon Flour and Mackerel. Hurger, David F* 2 Tonson in: seminaries, conduce. a they al now are. by on the eifheenfh day of Oetooer next, plie office*
command him flinch 03- Religion( *Notice.-The Florida Baptist Association Houck W W Taylor Thomas A the following ttacts 6f pfcblic land silua
I declined the assigned or reived per Schr. from New Orel highly r-nt; he dt'tibd
ed from the discharge of his duty ; though will hold it. next annual meeting at (the leans, 1 cask clear Talabase, HoflingsworthWrxrT 2 Townsend Misa Mar A trust that DO one will remove his $ anotbtr ted within the rer rewve of Ec6nchatimicn.vfrf

conduct wouldit Indian Springs Church on Miccosookie on Saturday 1 I Shoulders,small size,for family use, Hair Mathew Thompson Dr school to hs| on light ground Lots 2. 3. 4 and and the1 So&tb West q""f't of '
pleued with such degenerate the 9th of October next. Accommodation will be 10 bbls. St. Louis Flour, Holt, George Garth Turner James M For the convenience of those whose employment Seetion9TiNR7W5
have restrained them from renting their an. 1 bbl. No 2 Mackerel (new.) Holderness, Jar- Turner Reuben debar (heir attendance at & day school, Mr. A. is Fractional Section 21< (cVnsfsting of Lots 1.2 and

i imosity in floods of foul scurrility T presided for all visiting friend. For ale low lor cash by Henry. WmHagood Tucker, Mrs Sarah ready to open an evening clan, .as soon I five or 3.) ofT 5 N, R 1 VT.,and Lots 6 and 7, o Seetiov

General Scott to Gen. Pillow the command ALFRED E. HOC Charles P TurnbU.Doct Theodore more ludiool inljne youths signify to him their 33.T5N.K7W., .
gave The friend* ol PHILIP B. BROKAW will rapport Store under the Floridian Office. Hari.o.Richard FTilson. readiness to THOS-. IOD. i.td.

of a division, with orders to carry the him for the office of Major of the Sixth Regiment September 25, 1647. 10 Ingram. Charles Mil Mel'l TaUahaisre, September IS. 1947. 9 Ct JOHN W. AJtLE Rivu.
enemy's works. The orders were executed Irwin J 1' Thomas, C M Sletbr U, l$n.
t of Florida Militia. _
with remarkable skill, and with the usual gallantry Groceries. Joy Wm VanBnint, Richard 0 New Buggies and Harnesses.

of American Such in a few rjj-: THE Editor of the FloriJian will please announce Jones Col C Achier Wood, Edward D 3Watson. FINE LEATHER To Sag-ar Makers.
troops. BUGGIES'with
r Rio, Java and Laguira Jones, David 3 Httne,
words, is the.statement yuLe Delta correspondent JESSE M. ROBERTSON a candidate for CAPE ,Raisons and Cofe.., Jones, Henr11 F Will is,EC 3 do Buggies (without tops,) and Harness, SUG.COOL.DPPER S.IMME.aB

which has excited such an outcry from Justice of the Peace for the 2d District Leon enmity. Pickl. Ketchups. Olite Oil. and Pepper Sauce, Jones S T Wiburn. S R Just received and forsaie tow ot faha( the Store rf f can

the whole whigpress-the Picayune the Bul. MANY TOTERS. Sar. Slach. Candles, Putty and Window Glass, Jone*.William pt 15, 1817.. 9 J. R. FORTUNE. b had at if tb.Tm Manufactory. They are used topreYn'
p. Lamp Linseed and Train Oil* Johnson, Miss Jane Wilkins, David burnrftg. Also, Dipr.Sim.. and;
letin the National, and probably from the 81 Batt., Oth Reft., V. M. Loaf and Brown Johnson, Mr H Yarboro, Miss Jane Coffee. Drainer Tbe'DrJnen ma. dire fro

Bee. [We seldom see the last named sheet.It (10. THE electors of 2d Batt..61h Rcg't..announce Imperia. Sar. Black Trail. John n.Mn Queen Ann BAGS OLD JAVA that thorn olut season. Those lan a 1 mad.

would be a circumstance worthy of note if HUTCH1NS candidate for the variety of othef artice. constituting a Persons calling for any of the-above let r., will 20 do. Rio COFE.. We they can b drawn all the t u .-
GEORGE W. u a : also,
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cry Ballilion FAectjncn St sogar wasoii. end beg call *
I nffie of Major of said and for tale by S. F. BURNEf.Vpfember NASH P. M. Just r. for sale by
universal hubbub of its coon) brethren on fhi.I < 25, J 1347 J 1'' October 1847. 1 i..f til examine (hEm.
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4 M.7 -. ll"'MJIf' 4 4M'1.!f. er'a 'f --vf, <' z* < f fc A l'Jezr. wi.ofi.rX Ibe 1'naotc.b S ? tf Ite K> tha t JiSavi ii. ift a Ereatk1 2S_:,a I L. r.artI r.iaiz it .a fae at a# .feced at Tdti c sse cc the tt: )e suI .. aa.

Js tile. // 1 **f ',.ft/. O,,. '4)'m4i-u. ju h isaba.J..7. S. *!!' e'.rh aheU ritlt av ef eae, ard

__ 1..., ; .. .. :.'': .' :.7, ;; J LrAH fc .'.ijf>. c.a.x: .' Sireaa.a wai the c.maj4.oe 3 r'ceiv.z a ce'i.ca'e ef deeac, ztec7 v.rta.r pcr.. ( that or not el be cap-abe c4 becvnjg

r b i S. that Lwtr i.-i han an I apLc hr : eofth..e.frqabo'-.ertw.re4. a ro5c! :.. FrqDs'ed flj ef ot efered at that

,,' .t '4 kiW.fl}. i 15 A. I.ILfWER.A.Z'a.I I'cEeritietalIe I'il1. l ?. } rsie, itth.'ra if B".. oi tcr rv.. 11a d.- c-rse7.t.i SIt the rizL'. liil, js' re,t. am .. ? .: ctk Jc oacecf ad
( 1 h tak.' ite d'.tar uessksant
Truth ) wxth. wbeh rer.oae caa Co.ed St.t. t -rTJ.erty.ie.rind! s. th'i. eaM fee. the: ssEe
UrnUhly, and 1111h14( cauy enrered
case has tI ie L'iuv frcei is epa vv h..rtaz. aM t. i tn It* bd aul paxd set, .i.l fc* cxervtrti aad *r- S sse, 5me ;, snz to the Lrnre.' Siep a! rirs.
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For Sale. I's.ahIed a?j frar. to b* c.srtd 5, ____ 1iu: '. R-T MLLSfaave ( ttM f.t l.ire all tte laife l"yoy izht Lar. b ai1 ce .1 tke irk.
: r.r.--'r. r' .p 're' 'f I. 'xJ ir I ? pFTTf roe ks'er, a ( r.iiIe zaoi tn.f I char- fe* p.zrebi.r. Srb (ce.re'rce w.jne pIer..enI, the prssa.Iv a.acetaJr.
Iti.5 l'b4 '4( < '.* pi a ir. r u't.z .n f w J Jilbt-' > f ...I-*.* .M r -. lit 4triin: DM; >xilb, 'b' r'a ih.sr IJILp.. i I tad t/itttiia4 ?Yf"friIfc\ "f th Syaaa trt 'A eataetoay post oe in tbe CtiteStaie'a. vn t.ue-

J \'jit
' *! i*, '' ** *.7Mi w. f if a xJ if t... I r. rj .?a J 'he tad* tf fbe.s 4. Nt bid wii. 6* c *rleii nLe** it ,han he jailitorj *-II i price d each tesa let is fited at tie,

a'i'1.-wrILfe Ifcr < ii 4f iff < / at) !>> t St*% 'r> tf ..4if.t4 <'rf t.4- r.4.f..qt X ii. friir'rs., V,th Arriea: frjdi*, .ud Ib V...'t Ir.ix I .- r &*, a vf I ff\\ it cy dify f D naVe bote ft, 5rnrB *o the Sc. citor, rbtttr ftee *V4 be ore and c$ each o..t lee. a: twtflt.fe veeta.g d'4lars,

o'4.i t-v I!** 4ir *t rt, t| *j br* 4 f4f e* rt f flf, *-vb > JJwHJih* ll'rif", Kt1rtm, iJ I- ii lv 'ist., tt.'! .rc .,..i I'PT"t4. II.k d-r.r4 cS c. t1. k.r the ts-rnt vi tbt.s ,p'it4 : jT rjre bnda for Ie prcerty. BICHtRi) M. d.fl.r, per acre

4 A I' < i .01 t 6 >t f rvf of fa"f ifjli! IfeJi I f'aa.1Gu ):..sn. aiPs al I ihr t.4AdLE.;! f/r < >*> *t.pv, t.o tilrdLtiLI, ll
? y N.H( M, v.'J- .. ;.u> IT \ ,I.' fit ,'*.* .. Aiv., z ,'/
b 4ii.a4 sai> 'If* th' v3 btb l.vy Via). all -wf.i'b I wrfj .41 1v.ss I.Sr M finery i a tiJl ta-a t.sjk : ( rirufflk >. Ce. ad title of lie prcpertv thy tsteu! to bid for, '

fh7 sf.. ,, '- !' P.r4. v ?>Mf? Is .:.rttisw; will; 4ti 4 In alL div-M-t of fbi-( torr,4/b, (ii. ! i >itrt ,. n.NM( %v. bFJ2; Main a'. oa> fo rely or<..itlii own jadcet.f .i J'irj. I I1tf State rCIUCCTT

*, it.. Ji .r, '/r lve '%*irr, 's1'.(y, ib. r 4 isrn-' S 'a. Kitten, l'th4'r It. 1 1-19.-Tr*u r- rT.alT S ; (r tre tact ca aor reeiT.z ire; Erie n,
S J.cr.rklat I VI HU.U: .<. \ ClkrJs.; atIn 4)04 in '- f.i'/;.*rfi.*, 4'tifi/ t.jr. f),e e'/r/ M'j- '/. a4itrM; I be aoie naK'efJ hannah U E.i.S -ili ber..er.ed it. the re'eiee of ,o.h c'cers of the. JEURc0N CCC T.-I r Cnilhaa acxu.

:, f, s St'ik. \si+t.r+ ( i, AJa ) *, t a / .ip'.t tJSJ7\ i .j S Wit g.rt4'I- of U.i- l/'xxl. ei1 {'rtrit.ce a.) n UJut" ,*- \and u.a4- .ol.r'ir. oath that ih;* tisrneteiii's-ate, bar departtrea: ai thai! be able to atur4 : acd wit! be ,. lidjley, Aha're Z..ni. MH of ida Bel-

:. AMI.i) I. jg',. j .5 ct.zn, .r.4 PIPTl..atlb i. -rhrr a r4ie i c' 'eI.ttr4l p., ? ,'Jt'ris4. a'l ,!ztnfrt, th'reia to.ard S 'aa.rd aid pawrd upo' u f e.: ac pacaieable.- teccard! Ce pl iaaLCl.
I,, flin K Tf,, I D'.r Mi' Notice true. IJ f' *
: -'Jbi. ray ttlilj. TESTI74OXI.fS. S re ne, ;'i': w ,. ITO ['r.fDttij tOtCI1 tSrao.boae .

I hit. 'v .i ( ItI44 1'c I: V '4 Hl.ftrfjy; : : ..- i itO" r/ Ki q, tA it. : ..t! a teller f/'rf& l>r. Wau.n.of Phil..ieU J AMKS; KICF Ju"ie v.e p -.f*. ( bi-i 1 1 s'--epre'', bat ti bo othe-s Rano J. Rrtets, a .L. .
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fh iI ','..4r IH It. 1. .iarf4te4i } .*.roan .', i'VJ-> y.ur I.'r f jrfb.-r {/articnUr, .wl f>n-ii i* ofif Tie \ TT appeanr to the
-irc/f lli* ','ai. rf J.n..". J t ti',, Ule'f th. PilU.relf- Piini'n ac ef the bK.Jtr booli, in all cae*.be satufacficn of the Court, by ai .
I.,. j.t. I .li, g, t' tt.-it m Ibeir ., sr1i.i. ara'i 'jrrirr value and ettcaCT, pv leta 'i J. 6 )
rv. nitj of Jnffvtt, n iH* <.f* of fl'Tl4.,4e' [ ef rrf<*t [ ,wftful ir Kt jr bicbjr. wriTtai errth aw3 in a legible hasd The b.dder I canr.f hat Ric,. rn J. Robert
S tu d s h ; v' SU J kt'. Y.r a'4 A/ <. PsA., it da* tt.n d z re the r.c.e of the pot cS.ce to which ccnt&oui'.noris EI.ji.. RrKer's and Dafid Ecu cot 1, defeadantj, ?.

$ dIisr. .h.tI .w.4 vs.. fjf'a. a'f' r t P.4 ,1.. Ju4ii ip P'A,4t. ( ',.si '4 iti; ,fiii'/ri, M>t* prariir of 'iz.l a-td t>-niv < r Their ttivrii on Pre.red; arrf ,old bj A IJ A, I). S'INJ. Droz2ji fcr la re tob > fe't j aulie rvt cf the State of Florida, *cd that Frances re-

ifl,4 *iIi ti... $' ) r'.,:,.S f/r a 4jed and rrarked on the cnt...de'n I I Wiliiair.3, .AdmjnisJrafni cf William H William*
S (.I.inl f/t lin IPd.Iv. V'VifII. I kt. ,..tti j4-4 iU 1 Iir C i ev .nii, 5ljaatb. I.CWlc&. % the word : deceased reide, ID the Eastern ,
rr '/f> fi' rr. n. .1.J i.- ih;* i.'.n'i-, I Iao l.. sit rtry .iifj.rJir.z.| e : SEALED am* ron L S. pKortRTY Circuit f Flc' da:
hiriy e..e' ipt'I rv4 a ssv.i1.l.'s* I.i f.J.I. t '.rlf f-'f a 'i tfi! *ii'( r..f r;ttra f t.t a J miter fron 1.r. 11e.ri 'all! 'I QICL A, \ Prntaeola.f B tiI1TING.c,. Mark*. ." and dreed t" tie Solicitor cf the Treaury *- I V i* Ordertd, Thzf aid RaAscn J. Rcbert, Elijah

J. t r H.rrff l/> t),. ,.r) $ .t ),4 s.t tr J Jn y. f{ V. MA'f / S is c, C. iUrfb ';. l-ll :-' fo' illiob* 1.-icr.. 'vl by Di'UgKt* generally throughoat: the LaiU aldington, DC" {, Roberts and David Ecaccel. do appear within tour

tin rt 'r f'* i ?* 1 1.v"r nA I,.. uiI, sf01 sill.S )<.rr.v l.'r Ieiiti'/r se.k kna4a'J..a. t'.r J>l Jilr 1,1 ibe I.wel.! and ..ri.aryrtr..nI Sta'e !! '. i-,...,. ,.( > h.i ouirirt* ir.lr.rt.'wv.r. I month*. and aid France Wi.Iiacis, Adn'x. a* afore-

iliaH.sI I 'mu: ftqt gfl l 1l ss4ssi'i.5ti1 Jar.. /. 1-.i" 47 -r 1 of lhe cyl***), I/r Pettr fill]* art an e.xrtiI't ,j'ri'e n i p-r Home >n ix,ni*- got fe'r -* | I, ti-sidrngat in tbe ctunty of 'l aid, within two E3onth, from the date of the pub

1' 4ii'mu .4 P.. .y.rs.. 1: IYIIcs.p : ( tr.ciieir .'1 >- 71i- pubhr are r..'>*.-tfu re' 'j..frf to re- in lie :tiC ol hereby offer the United Staves Iicatioi l of this r.rdtr. and srew cause why this suit
Ict %l |>.'flit ti *. with fill 1irv fcrfi* bs.r i for sale 1.y f.FUIS r enber tbat it i : that tan .houd! not be revived and
p Dar and Billiard Room. S 1.. AMf.S 1ILLS: NAI1. sat.S.naapari.ia f bn the .si of dollar* in cirub fur their right, title, i answer the onzrnal bill
$ u. 1 i>v r.Kuis; & 41I24 MI1J cIvAkl) RAHNAJtI). s ri'l ian..nhtanhIb a Sietinzvvb remarkable cure rf r intereot. and claim lo the property dcrib in nomin filed in this cau.e. otherwise a decree the

I F ; JfWJ1) :AKN uir!>. atpvl 'ds l'a5ly qJIJ MoNnn.LLo, HX) SIIMf May't.i7. te ';rs lfJcfferaon [fenvtn rt-, :nlf rla. of ..iiw'a.a'1'. which ire i ij."un her the printed adnnrtiaer.ect of the So- ]s ante w 11 pa**,arid the orIthnsl bill be taken reviving fcr

I,. f si,4 isti)' 1s4 I Iwrit *id *iil4/< .viik s.4 I MHF! ufi'lt-r/!! r-.f wffolJr irf.irrr.* hit (iurd!< m frame iNwbj rt : iberefor aii k fjr Sand* S.sri.S 1 1 1itor rf the Tremor* upon the terms and ccrdi- ftd. ,1nJ it further Ofdtrtd* That a con-of
j J ari'i |U i.attoc! I l.4 I I. )lie, ;.arilla. anti t.k other this order be ccpy
f .p ri'd a L'AK AM> County 1 r no lions therein nentioned: and I hereb, in consider-j.ation j. published in *r'c'e cewcpaper printed
in
$1., 's. 1s17. 44 Or/, 1,1 J.lM.UJM'; fUXjM in M'ssr.ll.|] .. <,n tl.( Umf as.. J n T\\ COM; L; ( roirs SLE. | I>rjUr 14?. ISM. 20 lyA ol the rtr.iv-4, azree. in ca*. my bid therefor the Middle' Circuit cf Florida once a week for foot

the | '. ii< nif4rr.| f/r ll.ir ai'f..rf.f.i'aIp..n.! $ruJia 1 S Hall be accepted bv said Sulicitcr, to deposite that months. (Signed)
New Orlearm Type / Y irti.. -of 4ufl."tit-. ,..i..4 M, rtfU law I stall! Tobacco. THOMAS
S Foundry, IS .IAKI> rAff.Ki! I i' I ) Chewing um, inlaMiul u.rey. irs cue cf the d-peitrrif-j LTZELL.. Judee-
AM> rid.srni'H: : : i nivumv: WAIU;noi:SK, oidif iiiitl I lli l.a! *\>\ f/vH p flf in, aii'l i* in r nrif' M/ntiJ*\\-v, tut Jef!..je.| I..Iern f il... T o'irl I1tu'e r, in St1'EItIOk arfi-Je, irs lull r-oiin/1 luinr-. forLINUKMJFRGLR m'r.lioni-d in ,aid ade fi'*rr.erf, will m tlirtv 'j.e July 3. 1-47 50 4nlTesh
lln i siv.r.d i will Stir U ijntoi If after bid ,hull be '
l 1I'a and
V .fj i ij .ate t.v IIRCI1ETT & my accepted notice thereof
/ J7. Cunal ttml lt .. IS uw/rl CiH'ir* : av'> a v.r-h '/I (.ONt F I FC- Momfty in O/Vo/xr 7KX/, J.sty I'7.* cnt to tOe br mail j I St. Louis Flour
and
rflji;: ur.4ii.iji.4 $ 14 jc 1>< f.r.' fi> !,! |'ut>. S llOVMiV i II. ,.s.j.. till l 10. .|.isiij i 'l kl! h'.jr*I. | Ii.* f'41'.witit! {I.f'.4f', '.r a' i:.fi'li it.i.if a. will) Da'ed .1-17 for Bacon

L .1. sa1et. l,4 ,, Itlif ly .fi'J! a %iinr.t' ixl, t.v iIiri mtti li'id, tit l.sjqira.su 1' I,' p4y tt.n Sfat ar.i < ounlv" T4d.m llrw for the ia:,,.j,..., for T< ue rvctiued l, I uarar.teetotheUnitnd States Sale.

f.fs..ire P4 P 'JY ill, | OI MiftV MI HIM S aTI l a ,-4i ISIO, u : I the perf>.rmane of the ab.ue undertaLirg bthe JUST received per chr Tallahaesee! on

J. I ily. Ii J .1c f' lln I '*i<*\\iy 4' ) f M* < ljiI.flPta (_a|) sis) .. ,srn. I. -, 1 > v(1. Vjtt T. i K. V A. F. Wi .er.a I 'JL pitt: frrn of U. Kward i. Co "and k'irkvt ,izner thereof, in ca'.e hi. bd be accepteo i 13 barrels! STAR FLOUR, consign

: ,tdt witkii.n ui i'vsv $ fssi. V.'. S. JJ. 1LIIIIINGION. I M-4.M., :'M, 'I" I f< s. *. Jk. K. 40 & S-vratd" i. this day .Ia'.Iv, 4} bv rn':tml cot.r ,- Dated l"l ;. I i 10 i do, warranted equal to any ID the

: >*| ii4 *jq isJ ai-I J l i i/blklli s. Ii4l<'l,'>rn4l f.rc* oritiollo, '443> I IS' 17Sf 11rI I NW4.Ntv4.' \1, T. I. /It I i. N X F., 40 ,, j4Vi Kirk> % ii a'jtts'rind lo oeltle all bukiri I certify that the abote guarantor u respoaible for i We frn ewinfrv,
: ll.'i I'l fwifrrl il i Mill) .VW4.SK4.; *** rorr,vrtt-4 with I be 4me f Casks clear
-rry rs.up.S $e v'iat'irr I', I V-.T i I ft( i. NA.I.JO tbe kum rnentiontrd in the above bui j SIDES 1 do SHOULDERS.
S lay it will be \' d li tcl. >tf>' if li'.l I Ibe l 4rJ. I ot Ice. I SF4.SW4; a,, T i 1C t, N'A.f.10: iar..i K'irKv will 'ffitmne the bn ineM at die 10 Plat* of the lands at Boston can be tie) ALSO-5 boat* very aperior Tobacco, 7 do.
een at
: c .gDisI l Ml lt e t.ii.il; l fclkte 1\ > luve IX .'. ill. (1411. NU4.NK4": o'd: tfand! o f Kirkdey A, tward, where be will bej dium and common me
< a, ri a Vfiy K ( < after th ii'krav..l J, K*.-rulir 'jf, T I K. ]. .Vtr.,10: .. office af the Lnited States district attorney m that I 5 casks common Brand?,
; l.todfUrtd .'trli ml '.! t I'rwir* 55,54| Job Ixlter '4 of ll>e |tail t will 4iid l, nl iii. -iil of I //itnjarrnri All in Toy* ibip 1 Kanire t. N & h lying in Jf j l l1oui tt receive a rontintianre f f Ibc favors of bl* city, and in the Solicitor5 ofBce in \\ajhiozton. { J. R. FORTUNE

r S .* l IPS* tIi.l ( I wbirb wil'l rail lb* ktlli.. 'ChairI' -ea**vI!, Utr f Iori C..iiriiy. mil pr-wnt I''I htao, County old fnemJj.aiiid IhoMof Mr (II I. R Seward.l lJAMKS It. Ruii fit,? nrrfntiritA on lt nirt i,( the ha3eT I Anroat 7. 147 t

;4 tivrn of I'niiter l rfor stirchaiisag rUevh re All 'l lii. jci'wifit* t<>
- atsrI.| manularlnied by u* kball Inf a inkterial 't..le of I Ixoti <
S. P I, if n/I .'i|>rri'/r$ la any tnatiura' ture-J iii it.a (era of
IiulJi and iiwahitl a2lipa]( >t New York pirt l I LHAIKKS.; Kxerutor: --5 been practised against the United States,the Solicitor ,
.. S we (rust Iii inl with Ixon C Deaf and Dumb w. j HAVING permanently located in QoiacT.FIcndi
> enronrnKirrierilII. Minly, A iml J i, II7 1 <17 i;in Aoylum may, before executing the conrejance, declare the ,
ij w, .,.. IE ,* tsrnsssital41rs -5 lenders his vertices to the
IttAMS:
Ifrts4tt1 1iU.15S 01 kILMIfKY ai Law, bid invalid and of oo effect in the various branches of public
;r an't TYt'trany ttsi tuI.s4'.wiih Notice. his profeaaion. From
, S t wcii1; i.st lrlt4l Ip f nil I ts I.tOlsif.faU.( Vst'. I it : suhacitser, as the nvi'lfit 2< t.l of lbeaicl Uonlirtllo, Jefferson County, Florida, R H GILLET, experience and success in practice he feels fcu
at III 15.55 rf IVin SIX' moull fir' ))4., Ilie iir der.ijned; Adirnni. I lnutiiu'iuintTna' Solicitor ol the Treasure of assured
Isr being able
4 |rn to urmiuM JIA1)S, .isnz 1t fllW .li t ,f j i iJo I '. ol I D niN! Cone, 4nraa. d, Ule ti Ct... lmn /' iijF y.s1rr/oa..ja aim.| 'tn liatti, and upon WILL attend the Circuit Coortnof the Middle Septembers, I'M7 7 Ct Dr B refers the to please those who may patronise him.
. S ', t.3f' wtiiiIi> | w are ,nat,1r4 (lurts.I li a prr- I luinbu (J t.sirsly. ha l I 1'l.ns4i. will Mo > alxxil f our Tbcutand Acret and ofihe County of Coltimbia'of the public to
prmfnt final I o LAM> Col
k tpft IfhCk. W' bI4P ( Ih kirmtirl in Ibexunlv s.f Jacket,., in the Ia! ern Circuit. Florida W. T STOCKTOJT, Dr J. M. W. DATUM
$ ari .grflt "r cia.4.( fl.q kT'rtinl dii'l Vl.li( IK r* lo lie Jii L rs 1'IIKS.SKS.; : shieh'S. Columbia .s.i.ify.an.I. I aik lor a , Ibe Hitfil tu Locale, lo a Montice!! ;, Augntt 2?, I3IC# SLaw 1 H DCPO ,T, Dr R. E. Lmtt.
exlei I'I Office
Iv.gaihi.r wslh CJIi Csiiru. H, iinKS.irU.t J.zr- (;ONI:. AdrnV be alx/te 1411(14 LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. on at their opposite the Af. E- Church. Ladies waited

Ink, UTId tVrfJ lAi.r atOseI.i rr |iiirr
:. )'fIvsI ing ln.irs.,. U I,. k.pt ins isv..!, *15(1 fllrfsti. I naf fiiievt rj'nr.its llit j..4ge, rc lsjica I..] tu bc arzong'.t TERSO\S of feeble constitutions and Ihtne of seJL Septembei 11.1 1547. S

_4 51A at ,naiularlsirii il i( NnIlr I county. A: MAXWELL. denlary habits, are often troubled with habitual -

JAsinr' a..J rri''r' Wi" "ac i ni ii new i ii IX moMlKi aflrt .iain. I heading Pti-cutor US If M'I'ONT, costitentit,, which often exerts a very unfavorable Bagging and Rope.

papr 'if J(5J otli i v <"
;St 4efIlll I Ill drtijl fonts. ttatili ( il. saZ.ss. deerawii, will rruke: appliralion l I.i the H. n. JiuIj.l 17 Jy in time to attend all the Courts of the manifested ty irrtgulanty.il not total lo *.r>f f -/ for ale on reasonable terms bv Rcp .

o| lh. pt|>.r, nr Ihn (xrlicuUr$ kl/l aixltv qsiatatI7, ur of FrolMlc 't !l.-.. ( < inly for klter of diaftHIlI.ti Middle Ciuiiitanit Jackson and Franklin Coun- appetite In this condition of the estnm, this article B1KCHKTT JL LINDENBERGER

s. <>rk lot be rt.rulr
1 a Or>- 'Else l tirMPrirflsts 151 VII $ ji p r wlio) will |jPlIt|,. July n. inn M rH Siprerneand Fedrral Court Their time will be that if the dose is properly adjusted *c* as rot lo

k, i;: llih this lvrrll'in< lit *ix tnorilliv, ars't l arlaiI! 4 |ia|> r A7IOJV A LV5CII.HAVING drooled rrtlvnvrly lo the leal profession, and move the bowels too actively, relief tna, be relied Boots

: |
iifnt, liv t Iarrh'.ftg. 05 ix |IstAe4 Clio amount of liTr- SUKKr'OO.N: DIINTIST. \Vnnker entire lb ktork and iiilerrit, of prowrution of( which arrangement have been made resulting from the use of common purgative G call Roots.Gent's fine P1- Bert**..
!
\ ,li'i'iz i bill in TV i*. ift'ralsal.aIHWP in Cabinet Shop, artnnparid in i Waihuuton. niedicinej usually! resorted to do. pat. leather Shoes, GenCs calf Brogans and
WILL r< turn about the 2 GIIITV: At CO. fiojm I'l, 1S47 31Blac&smithing subject to Cholic may rely rn the kip Errors-received firm New Or-
.t a few wrrka III (be beritoloreiven
lL.ui
patrorMife
ju
jiisa, 2fl, 1M7 >3 Tin 1 17 Canal SI. How Ladie waited upon at their eea.denes.i at l emilly'f ronnrujdi. ineir ( lot I be ahop WIllIe preventive properties of this medicine b) using it on l eans by theSchr. Tallahassee, and for sale very low
ixp iPi.r in
tne bufinemi by
the
first intimation of
an approaching attack.
Boot and Shoe Making.lIKunlervignrdhaving July_I'M' Il7. M warrant them in aayini; Ibiy ran fine **lithfti Horse-shoeing, &c. are some constitutions )iae lo regular attacks There cf gIIETrE &6TOT1C LINDENBERGER.
They execute their
wnk tnt lt, and are willing to li.
< -
: : : |MircJianl I the Middle Circuit. [I.ve of it mi a* reasonable tern ai other workmen f PHI' un'Ieriignecl( l hm made arrangements to BillioiM Fever almost every fall ; to such the ue of
[ any carry t this medicine
tW5 (.n.re aI'xk( and material* of LPAK IV JKKr>:H>ON CIRCUIT COURT.Mllunlel in the Slate JL on the HLACKSMITIl'S BUSINESS in all its is commended, beginning to use it 1.lion is HEREBY GIVEN that ao applica-

.RLflrrI.n. who it about leaving lhe Stale, March JO, 1 1I1.Choice 3', b'anrbif. He ha* paid particular attention to Hor' by the middle of May or first of June. will be made to the Legi latnreat us next
Prarce ehou -
-tA' Tho whose sesak.n
,_ rripecflully inform* hi* fruiid* and the and feel confident that he ran e digestive organs are feeble often experience for the passage of an act to incorporate a
Allarhment give *atisfardun -
r* for of fullness Bank
public Ilial I his u at piencnt at Ibe old wtand, where Wines and Liquor to any who may faror him with their work a sense weight and oppression to be called The Bank f Middle Honda.
Iugs'ti.' Ab1 will
eating find this 21
S lie prepared lo'carrute all work in hi* line withpromptness in tin, rcvpect Hi medicine IS47. 5
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t ; i* Ii..t.latt.MnrrlanIa.ir.lifi l | ( A.iumj'it. BY Brig \Vaknlla from New Yoik. wit hue ir- ahop i ii m the rear of the City afford almost immediate relief.

: ami deputed He bal on hand the 6ne.t iinti-r tbe name an ? suffer Style Baths
of calf akin and all wits of material' and will Icr A. lirokaw Hi from
J: Ablon &. Co. low fo plantrra and other prices will \\tv very liberal, and heartburn and costiveness

rnaknal abort nil ice, ansi in Ilia best manner C.EN.TIfM1S rpiii.: di fendant* and all other* interested, are here. 2 Quarter Cank Cognac Brandy, he respectfully solicits a kharo of public patronage. highly recommended, as it :can to he,uch used ibis article is JAN be had at the Tin Manufactory, which art

HOOTS ANIllC.Srl( emy decnp- X by no i fir d <>f the involution of the above suit 0 Kighlh do do do. HENRY B. FITTS l least danger, and with great benefit. without the and such aa every person ought to

I lion. IPxil footed, kolrd.and otberwiw repaired in by attachment and ar* reijiiiri-d lo a and plead 1 CauI U. Old Port Wine, June 19. IS.17$ 48 M headache it is invaluable InaicLornerrous have to insure health during hot weather.
[ prsr
; gmxl ntjle awl at r, ", nble% c1s.r.. He will war to I lISP declaration (HIM in thai case. within Ibe lime 2 Madeira Wine, June 12. 1S47. 4730O

rant In* work to be f |ul is, any d. ne in 4he place) prrcrib d l by law I Pipe Schitd.rn f>m, Notice. dial and tcnir '

p't and to five M good k aIs1lacon( ( a* lo fitting a* anyother ULRTHFLOr &, aRCIIFR, 10 l Boie Claret Wine, SIX motitri afterdate, I ball present mr account same lime fulfilling, restoring every intention the appetite tbat,the and at the Pieces Calico.
worktniii.e .
Attorneys for Plaintiff Pearls Hrandy, Apple flrandy, vouchrt<> the linn A. McDonald' Judge purgatives are intended to effect. / common OPRING and Summer Prints, choice patterns just
S JOHN LI RCH.M !. ?iay2'hI7.1 4' 3JmriJTISTAU Iniih Whmker, Malaga Wine, of Probate in and for the County of Madiion, daMe, and when used u purely teg* O received and for sale by
ana according to
r..l J fl, 1M7. 41 IIfi. L.__ S RIRCIIETl A. LIMJE.NUKRGLR apply for a discharge aa Administrator of the estate will be found an invaluable article the directions, L A. H. GREENBERG ft. CO.

.Iv'. fluriiv.Comffiluion VV epic S HALSM Ol WILl ChERRY, for July 3, J6I7. &' of John W. Richardson,latnoljaid County, deceased. afflicirtl with Pv.pepsia, Derangement,especially of the to Liver those, April 3,1S47. 37

by I.I.WIS: & AMKS S. n RICIHRDSON. or General Debility

.! and Farwirdlng Mrrrhant, February y, IN 17. 31Notice. Dwelling House for Sale. Maduon County, May 13. 1847. 43 Cm Prepared b.: Doctor J. Reese, Griffin. Pike DR. J. 8. BOND
county,
r V "J A SMALL comfortable Dwelling Home foraale at Georgia, and for sale by appointment at O FFERS his professional l service, to the cititen

::4 NEW-ORLEANS LA.BUYING. /JL Munticello, Jefferson County, adjoining Judge Medical Notice. E. BARNARD, Jr'a. of Tallahassee mad the surrounding conntry.

5 SELLING, RECEIVING AND FOR- SIX months after date, tiii) Administrator of (the S Chace'f properly.; It will bo sold oo time to suit Drug Store, Tallahassee, Office at C..1. Fi her" Hotel.

:{ to with pronptnew.rrcM |jt of William II. Kilpatrick. deceased, will purchanert. Apply to DR. R. wTriSHER DANIEL LADD, Newort.Monticcllo. May 29. IS17. 45 tf
TO prevent his accounts and rourhera lo the Honorable July 3, 18.17. 50 J. R. FOirrUNE. S.

,4 :J S J5fl W. AKOTLE, LATHAM A. DAKBV Judge of Probate of Jeflerion County and silt to be S O FFERS Office his professional aervicra to the public S Qnincj Superior Claret for Sale.

::4 J A. DCiTWICK, S. $. SIILEY.fl.c.mb.r diacnarRftd ai Adminialratoref laid ritalc. CORN AND #EAS for ,$e. Apply to I II I. }'iatter. *l Hickory Hill, the rwi
5, 15l. 2'' July 17 H47 53 nm 3.1M7. vi J. K. ?HTUNE.. July 17, 1647 32 ';,s for Thomas county, Georgia Apply to
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May uA JoN 10, IS47 31 J. R. FORTl'NE




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