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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 16, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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v from the SouUtern C.'wllicJltK. _
Its in Mass L>icy's rot/m. .Jt-.- jr get ; [
CULTURE Till SOUTH.
FRUIT if there il you'll in. Mr1. JinkuVwhjr don't

Jl/r. Editor:-I notics in the last Cultivatorinroe > y.' i '0 to l lied ? go Miss Lucy ia there wailing! j il

inquiries in relation the culture -f fruit THE TLORIDIAN for '
y-don. be so mo-Jest-tho ladies will

in this; climat ", and as I hive mire experience. laugh t you Come with me, and III show

dathithranchofhorticuhnreIe't! fully corn.d. you ihe room, for I want to.put out the light, .

j \ with your request t. and give uch general! lock up the h ua', and go to bed." i ,
ijormation; l hc of interest to the arbor The old
a< may woman ached hold '( Jinkmfamf

riilturalist( of the sunny South. The 1 nb plr -- --,---- --- -- -: pulled him along until she got out of .the hall, t I

nnd) bears abundantly in ail L-EY IYK-E------: -TALL\I\ ASSEEFLORIDA -sATu : f'and
fliurUhcs. well and in & ) : IiCTOBER16tS47 YOL. 'XIX-NO] 13. hUgazawa*fixed lira moment upon I he 1
S..u'hern Sat: s,
the
ihs np.regioni? of entry' door-but he was determined to put ,1 f

thesea-board. hut the Irers --- _.- him into MISI
mine instances on Lucy's room, and after violent "
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an generally .hortJin', :, and subject' to I ininyi 4. an-1 one each from Eca land, Nova Scotia fo'IoweJ me for a whole week with insult )fJ he recognised. McNaghtan rode up to From the Dollar Dtpuprr. efforts su cc"crleti.rfbl're he stood with thonob

I.i?i eases ; Imt if the trees are shorter Iirrdthin France; and Poland.! We publish this ac. which I was at last compelled to noliee. Are it, and either. bY"ldent or design, discharged PITY'S TEAR. of the door in his hand-but the'old dar. t t

trees farther North they bear mach sooner count that unjust reproach may be taken from you .ali f"ll. gentlemen. ;, or would! you like to a heuil110aceJ blunderbuss into it at ran. BT ELIZt JAXE POPP. key had been smart enough to lock tlie door

frequently producing fruit the third czar the. .houdlr! of ihovj who do no' merit the avenge tht you have caused T' and !, he dome 5hri.k was heard in"ide. The bliW How lovely, in the arch of heaven on the outside. Lucy pretended for some timeto

f' : from the seed, and the second from the :r"I. censure. Let all bear their part." uttered these last words he surveyed the groupof was let itown, and Mr. Knnx discharged his Appears joa sinking orb of light ; be asleep but .that 'sort of gammon would! !

.t EI.lshae1 ailclf the rising shades of night
cli.nite is a worm, about an inch long resembling Fem the \\tc-York Di pftth. n trice *>o contemptuous that it wa, as indeedhe I another was fnd from behind a stack of turf Yet brighter, ,fairer shincj the tear ; "My dear Billy, what is the malferl"

; : a la1-head, which commences eating A SKETCH FROM TiE CAPTAIN. designed it to be, an iiiMilt to each und c". by the f'r.ant who had concealed himself That trickles o'er misfortune's bier. '* 1 want my hat !I'r screamed Jinkins, and

; just at the surface flf the ground ; they eat Twenty years a11 made: the acquaintance eryone of the persons alrt'I'ld.( one of whom there. Both shots took effect in the body of Sweet i is the murmur of the gale Lucy, knowing his modesty, leaped out of bed

under tho balk. gradually riving higher nn the of Lieut. -. then a passed *!,ipmani. immediately took it up challenged the Ins McNa htnn. He was, however, on his That whisper through the S)lmmer'. grove ; and after carressing him 'for some time Billy

trunk until the tree is completely girdled.Toe .- i.) I the United Slates nary" now in mil murind fll f sulter. horse by his a8'mciatl, who rode off with him. Soft is the lone ol fri..n" hir'* tale, went to bed with his clothes and boots on, and ,

presence of the worm may b? known liy averynucy little which "has. not IJcl'll I was in vain that I protested against' and Ttf carriage was .then examined. Miss Knox Yetseller And softer lar still the 'tears the voice which of flow.love; trembled! till morning. :

his, excrement on the suiface orthe sail: at the undistinguished in .cml. naval movementon appealed 10 my .friend and his antagonist to put wi: fl31 dead, weltering in her hf'o.! On To tnouin-ti> know another's wo. How Jinkins subsequently managed mat M >

base ol tree. I hare nved l imnv trees the the coast of Mexico.rlClnt The acquaintance. a Mop to this wholesale murder. J.i.'ut.siJ thn alarm she Sad thrown her arms a.bout Richer than richest diadem lers and things in general," can be known bj i I

past Jt'u.IIJ the application of silt inrnediilt. was mide innl-r c'rcumstances: so singular! to me quietly : Capt -, if you do not her falhT.s neck., to protect him and so That glitters on the monarchs brow application to his dear Lucy Ann. t

ly ar'lInellhe base of the tree. There i is auo. that their rtIlion. e\en at this late day, can wish to act as my ecoud.. oblige me by reli. received the contents. of the murderer's! fire Purer than ocean' purest gem Reader strange. as it may appear, there are ,itjfi_ i

ther worm which preys upon t the trunk, causing h :So interest the reader. ring-I can get along without Zit illncc. arms. Five balls of the blunderbuss had entered The Or all that wealth or art car show- Jinkins's all over the world ; but the tree.ma- j ,
'
i those knotty excrescences to ;mw, which cr.lflil was i i libriltar.: I was pasting a coffee The pistols were again loaded ; tht 1'C0I. her holy, leaning the other three persons Thepeiriol drop that sensibilitr.Is swells! .pil, eye, Ronry of w edded life draws the curtain before

are. so frequently seen un our agpe! tree*.- home inticli freq'i-nted by English and America Englishman: took the seat: in which I 11a faro in the carriage with her unhurt and un. (he ryes of tho unitiated. Going 'to bed en

when called huJIJeen killed, and again stood up and rare touched by this random shot there a park of earthly: mould the first night after marriago must be among
; ,
these.-1'4h n officers hearing: my name: Fraught with one of he. ) fire ?
ray I
I turned and sate standiiig in the door. a votingrt the signal- The country was soon alarmed, and a reward Does man one trait of virtue hold Yeny, the delicate situations. in life. Ask your married Wt,

fill in a strong solution! of oft soap ; it ll\"i;. tta in the undress of our t-crvicc. He ap. Are you leady-Fire-one-two.' of five hundred pounds offered for the That even angel must admire! neighbor how, it was with him We

orates the tree, kill the inject, and prevent: proached me sat ing- r The explosion: t followed the word tiro anl I apprehension of the murderers. A companyof The spark of pity's radiant plow, have no experience, exactly in that way ,

rabbits 'from baiking it. fruit trees are fie.quently Captain -, of the brig Monmouth, I the Englishman was dead, shot in the same light horse scoured the district: and among That trait: the tear for other'so..

killed by the sun and J should there.lure. beliexe! ,f place.! other places were led to search the house of Let false philosophy decry .1ar.tdllt81Iyrnn.-rI, de Lamartine: in bill -

I'll' pnitied low s<> hat the branches urn: sir,' I Gentlemen said the Lieutenant, with. the a farmer named Wenslow. The family ce. The noblest feelings ol. the mind ; His'oire ties Girondins,just published in Paris,

shade the trunk as well as the rnu: 4 Tie I am fame:Mr.,-rlpli.d., pi ..f.1 miJ
Pears will (uirUIi) where the apple! does the and I will kill after another the house French national air, "The Marseillaise. k v
11.1 Ulih.d Stales sltnips of l pistols you one ; party were leaving when the corponl They only strive in vain to steal f. 4

well. The pear tree is not es subject to di1. ing at Pint Malion.; I 1:11 war.11)' as fast as you get into .that chair.' I said to one of his companions, in the The tende rne they' cannot feel. .the garrison of SIruLur"as quartered a 1,.;

rase as the! apple, an 1 1 am astonished that the unite of! my brother: oliicern are, at fl hand to lender But they had euough. Lirut.: sailed hearing of a countryman who was digging To sink in nature' last decay, young artillery officer, named Rouget de Lisle ta '1i'i

people flf I"ic "fOCi i.n. 1 Ime not X'"U.mine jren. me that; service. which I nnut of the same night 1 for Mahon. He was )known, potatoes, that the discoverer would be entitled! Without a friend to mourn the fall, native of Louis le Saulner, in the Jura. He 3 t
req-icst
era ly into itKculiivMtion. Tl.: re an' IKI liner a* a I., )f.rrl". I lion, and u now known, :as the bent :ho in 'lo reward of three hundred pounds. The To mark IN ember die away, had a great taste for music and poetry and often '

piMism the! United Slates: than are :rug'1 in you.1 I !bIIII'f.'IIllr.II glad to .11 how I can be of. the whole imy. He never mi.**J,his mm. cmmtr 'In.\n immediately pointed. to a hayloft This Deplored tin is by sorrow'none .unwept deadliest by rurse all-- entertained his comrades during their long f

C"hlnhai.! (:... S'reice II\11. -,' I trplied.! with rather I -neii'r received: a wrutch }hi'meif.i : for hencccrgarc and toe corporal running up a laalarr hurt Nor hate, nor hill can form a worse. and tedious hours in garrison. Sought after ;

The ,.iince tree : aril!! in cftaice the door and for his musical and poetical talent-he was a }. ,?
crows lioc".r.t
; to
q nMi.4rk.tUy ; ] an anfagoni fire. a.hlan Iy.
'"IIII..w. for our } 111jlt| in the I open Take! wealth-I know its paltry worth
all the count but its fruit iinrl:. in in thee ; frequent and familiar guest at the 'house ot one .,
g""IIUf ly. 1..dil.rII':1 were too mucl in the habit ofgetting hay. Notwithstanding his miserably Take hi>nor-it will pas away; J: ;
; JI
ned to rot, except in high, moun'ii4< <. -<*ctiuns. I i"II "my I *>u"|ioecteal I'll r ii.MI't.r (tadl wounded state; he made a desperate re!I"t.anee Take po*er-scorn the bounded earth ; Dietrich, an Alsatian patriot, major of Stras-
all the comities "crp.'s. Take >- its trapping t )on burg. The winter of 178U was a period ofJrrt'al f. *:
In upper f'1 (leorgia it character in TIE ABC'S DKKAM.: but wai uliinritely taken and IiKlgcd in pom; decay ;
was fine of this
.fine fmit. i 101"11.1al Hut{ s,ore m-, grant me Pit*'* Tear, scarcity at Strasburg. The house of .
\labama .
', and BY CATII\RI- W.RR' Liflord caol', and finally: handed.-Ireland ;
I k"l! loti
illrd'c' seas ., ;me. To .ooll, my wo-to mourn my bier. Dietrich
his
'4 A NerUrine tiec there in the ll.i h of the was poor, table was frugal, but a f ;
. PJOS. grow i is little ai'.air!: which will detain situ Softly by : morning Xiily Years Aso. --- c r e'
in of these but the .1 I from the the. neat was always open to Rouget dc Lisle*.-
rapidly : States ll.e A bcaulilul h"hE in i its rest, --- Spirit uf Time f
UIHli1 onlya (ew iiiiniilefiCaptaiii: : -. \oungofiicer
fruit is ) : brieg. punctured by I remaikeditli a Miiile. 'ThC lkt is It* clim;>K'il white hand by the pillowAll EDUCATION 01' THE !tE\\RT.: BILL JIXKIN-y TROUBLES ON THE FIRST One day, when there was nothing but bread r '
and slices of
tbecurculio. \Vlieue\erlhetieeHre ..Iwl.1il that I hate onediiel tn tiibt. and peihapsmoie, deeply \'e gently \U" prt"*> l lIt t- We command .the kiibj'u'ned) judicious re. NIGHT OF HIS MARRIAGE.Bill tome smoked ham nn the table, .1

hard trodden yard*. or in lane 11.IU"II\" fire minute and in that cc 1'J'e; 1,01.. lil) :like a ro--buil inifolJ.n mirks: from the London (J'mterlj' Review lo Jinkins was a very modest man ; and Dietrich, regarding the young officer, aid to )
willii him. with sad .
,,'ilt it i is observed the .fi'nit. generally I pei. was going out to hunt up a connlnman I Were parted( in leeaulitutanites-I the di.crimii ft-cts, and is fine. A liberal I I application ofsalt I att.1 i itsdre.m, w.iiof wandrrin barbacue.s matches bar our boards ; but what matters that if enthusi a t
URRSMFD shanotiog roomsrand
ed." of of .teachers. The -
act as second, whe.i )sill p tK' I .. p-: rents a* c >n'nin! an '
fails r
under the I..rs.s Ur .s the bjfnchesex.lend I He ) (explained the cat iziai of the dif J In furerthii. KJ>;n'* bright wilJ illl.IIt. : principle in reference l lit the etiura.lion at many of the ft cetera places! where men he acm hearts not of at our dief'/t.r,have nor courage in
hastily soldiers I I still last
1 just as the tire i* shout to bloom, i e foundvery I j'lcnitv; prl\"c',111 me lint l.e HJ. right ani I Siniin bird on their briat! of the >-onn<{, inl one which cannot "be m iv. occasionally In found-\et he was modest, bottle of wine our in "a f
cellar. it said
ji-wellrJ t ;
pinion Bring ,
rffirarimu in the cuiculio.! my frT
: destroy ing ,. -whenever placed in the of lao'irs. .
: r.h'"c to see him ItJt'?'h. Ue. fUlfr. ,1 II Swept by'him *'iJ cut the.blue ir- too ctiefnll: ; heeded : very company he to one of his daughters "and let us drink J. .
The tree bear better II being planted in stiffclay ; He trembled 1 when would
) i the lnMise. ( of which I uasi The dew ht "lt i i. the ice of the ag* to vibotitnie I jrni'lg M pretty girl France
illl"'pIIIcrlfm and should .
drops \teri- '
: liberty. Slrashurg
diurond. soon
loam. i : I !111"rifg.Thc f.r .head a'wl, ">,-,ik to hint, and! 'felt like a culprit at the
i t ia: .r..llc..II.( l seten or .r }}i;,,!l..la ua\al cal rt.uwt-r halt wit om-to educate the to have ifs De
Cherries such as the Horello! irow and ? rH'l'r In.w !I r.ir :ur fl, when he was called) to "see Miss patriotic solemnity. Lisle must t
lhatlkere ed.Mati..tinecessary
of whom heM in I is upon
fivers forget ore impoilaitt
one I.i. ; pair a n
btu in all of these iStsiei hll.l. I The river *-:nt! upward if raurrnuririir, draw from these last drops one of those hymns r +,
finely pails ; air M> : d-s home. Bill could never explain
for tll"Tfl i i. cuii- or
: ol fine duei'tig! pi I"I.! He wan the "'l'und of Ihe : reason "
which faie- the soul of i
I As thr the it the
TjlUy people.
"un.l.I.
r..f '
finer
the varieties !ishcherriescoan
El>jji; It the jther party,, anal'e i stepped aside to make : rated at I an age when Nature does lIullllrni.hlilt' ncnumt for this singular timidity. He would! |
mule) fine fruit KliM.Jii the listened, IIUrCJ. lo- each ftrlisigH !i The wine was brought and drank, after oJ
to b\ .
produce < the taecescary': preparations. : the! pir.fiminaries elements necessary t* a !uccr!sfol eultoa.boil otll1. frolic, and be as wild a* a rover among ,( t
\"lit which
trunk. Plant the side hous-e t.Iu:1.u: .; : the officer departed.: The night was
noith would
on of I or .I.houl1 In '', but a petticoat unnerve him in. .
fence, or else box the trlioL. oth|| MSUM* the t Tic! world t it t. plhplll; bv IMIIV* *utr.! was thoughtful. His heart
j leader may as be l'nliIu.d! as to its I.e 14 only capable; *jfi senuthun and! emo
.n'I moved his head heated. lIe returned
bunging sun will blister the 'b r knr.v : L't Ann Lions a widow, had was ,
; cau-e. tint. In infancy the uttehlion amt
1IIIS Kill! the t.,. I I The I'ngiivh? 1"al officers fr several years G
Almost all vjrielit't. of grapes insell; and ,I after the conclusion of the last war omitted They brushed from the; d.writ* the dew ; sense anti mo e the. heart und a I to beaus him or die. Bill, to tell the liuth, sought inspiration, 4 -
| hi. citizen sand and the of his
111 allluiltir. but IIMII> 1 re Ic.d Jj"cf re. I no opportunity/ to inul our otticer* and pro.voke Or uo\vard! they d.ItJ. add muic f father thai! iu.lil more .'ilnJ and available iubtruclion | loveJ Lucy, and was *i miserable out of hercom11auy instrument anon on the air keys before the i '

quinn new plantationscwer'ten) )r.as. nUll them into qltn.I"111: I they could Sole! ra.i..icg! ) a.+eet thro' the air; iu MU Lour Kpei.t iu the field! while I : at he was timid it-but as to p'j"I'iu '| composing now
.
words and then the words before the .
of all I lie grapes for this climate, roinbining 'I Not at a >c, nor bro\\ a feature, the < iie!lion"liiat was imll...ifJf': Lil- j I| ar t ,
not get a repre-cntathe of the Bug from the :. : lr wisdom and goodlier are exemplified, .1'fOn'l ] t''lie sang all and wrote nothing. end at last r. ex ,
of culture :Sift*, .
ease long: .11111111 II'allI government service, .they would tcl.k one in H'jrcrinVle or svnibol of f care. and felt than in a month spent in the kludy : cy knit purl, hemmed haudkerchiefawork I hausted fell with his head > s
asleep resting ort ,
size and delicious Bator '
large .I. ScuII'r.nn the merchant tnarihe: and oft ailing where expounded in stereotyped aph. ed fehirl-'xMonu. !' I gave them to Jinkins, aswell I I.
lakes ihe lead. is unlive captains ; Dream on, hippy sleeper jUt woke. into being, they are his instrument, and awoke not till day-break. + +
j I Xlth m several go'J! J ring, but still B 1I wouldnot
Carolina, no and admin- i '-c''M.I.wore alt.r'. than once rllmp'I'd to no- Bright tinted nay well be thy dreams ; origins. > The moslr of the night returned to his mind!
requires pniiiing lice i ihu Sea double thai chi!. propose. I.i oy declared to him repealedly t_
calculated! to rbors! The I 1.\1 I rlliluU"I.v ff..1 Lire Lars! that "'il'lh' hate of t ,row weeping, physician precocious like the impression of a dream. He wrote it,
Wy n
run *
that Je I lovt-J him and minerablewhen t
EII.11G""sl'll'rn' \1 ; and Port bad been circa in fur much lie was s
fifty cases cue, are worse
llrat'r all strewed it Dietrich found
'bears well if the I is I IIH'I Tbo' with roifg ram; and ran to whom he In the 'i igarden
ground kept Le ahwut, from her and her .
.e\eial and at the place! theyueie for the discipline they have undergone. The was happi.nr
ilaJt-d! ; .15. The<:'tirrant tu.'I" IJII'r l.pf and f.ne may pint their Hue pictures' digging winter lettuces. The wife and J
ur.unc.h. .. iu life JopeiuJeJ her l being bit wile, i
H..1 If such fiequent Ircur" "1('. that I it was And tell theeof llijon'th mind reins* Iu have been ruined, and the UJMMI! of the old not '
but fmit. way ; daughter man were jet up.-
'\I. pnolures no Pu.II'rw but Bill uJu.L.1 Uht r
grows dclermiurfJ
was : Lucy was
usinl iri foundations. for bid. Wheu tba'stueliei (
ilnting an I lip insanity are
the South 'j losay on :acquaintance Hut 1.te.1 me. I tell thee old Sorrow Dietrich awoke them and called yin some cfriends
ui great: .1"liJ'ICc' over ; : wbu' : that he should! "hear thunder and
h al Well is .the of Unff-d into Ihe ,
\ m.Hurer are
i Ilril 'idi. tn.dtJ-: \ thy !" year all us passionate as himself for music 1
the i ; '\iICn Iontsteps"away 1
Lit peach worm nuking f'lfiIIIIHuram'm \\a-lhe Eiiglishm: I.ill.d, or did tiJ .\II'r. 'il head: of a chill, people do not reflect on the when Le tacit vuiteJ her, after some preliminary and-able! to execute the composition of De .

: the tn"'I. :1.1 unleKs prompt ine:Kiires ica lake the bullet! ABDt'CIiONIN 1 IIUL\ND.: anatomical fact that the brain of an infant is soft talk ou her part, sle very atJ ction. Li"le.t the first stanza' cheeks :
I pale J t
taken will Iona' all their trees.- grew i-
are aid t
many In ihe case now to, six or !erect not the brain of a man ; thai the one is con. itchy : the second flowed and at the last the
rf'rrl.d at tear
The rewMiil/rs the ., An association firmed in the South of ; f 4
worm I'mwha. f.Mdl,1 English!i Lieuteirmts 1lllJ I"I.I.; for: the week, W.A firmed and can bear exertion-the. other i i" Billy nay dear when are you going to ask delirium of enthusiasm bunt forth. The wife
found the Ireland which could! not have exited in an t .-
may fuilIl by gum oozing frli that 'fiiend stopping in (tibralUr ) and that to force the me lo Misery you T for I want lo get my dress '
around the hncn of ihe tree. Pick him I Ihb my laII"1 other country. This association an gt cats ing, require! repose ; rradynBi11' of Dietrich his daughters, himself and the

t harp-poineH! knife, sud then appsalt! I how to gt him into a '1.lrn'l 'T'hey.rtrh.d auction Ciub, .the in"mber of which 1 Ixiuudiheniseltes I I -Mention lo abstract I'CI:6-tu load Ihe aeaet.teiry ., fainted on the and hartshorn andwater )young officer threw themselves crying, into i .
he .timein with and historical: kcieittitle spot
on ( plan at last no chronological or
\II ath loa si i"l t in each others arms. The hymn of the country. '
an ofl'jsiieh
ar'Mind the luse. If..the harla i< rough, "(Il pulling' it into execution. cun'iu1 d"t"iI-in short; to expect a child's brain i were applied for half an hour before he found. Executed afierwaid i
it down, und ouch it with .f and p"l oiing women a were rive-l was some days ,* rf '
s n<-, : ) I IU I nyof war finally restored. i
Lenl. in the bear with the exertions of w'lI.i. ,
Mtling a m
pulilic 10 impunity I
was
the the flew from
rom in
the emi surie and Strasburg, new song city
anti abun1tut will be the mlhtf. What
"
peaches cn-ts 1.n.1 has been the Miss ?
matter, Lucy =
of the ; quietly drinking Iil nine 11 rational, it would! be to hazard thewide '
c'uf.c..tmu.t', / ,. just as to and was all the popular
ward. confederates in u. who cominumct-: city placed by 4
every "Oh much. You fainted when
I nothing
anal Due oflhe, of its mulch's."The .
fogs
reading & ted information of! particular tl.c ot tort e1lwrlln.-nlun| orchestras. Marseilles adopted it lo be sung
: : extent
figs crow andJjear in the South. InthrinuiJle II\snitr. ; about to ask me to t i
youllUtI
of lif nhouldl !
(1 ten youY"ff' marry
first
li-li olficeiK( l eight
an or
I WII c'u't'I"t years at the commencement ol the sittings of ifs clubs
: partdHpece .,tes. they! .re SII" lu and ., the it.s lirIUI'lht"Ial. and ircutnawcrsdi : l deviled the ed.iclion of the ht'jut-In I told! you yes-:and oh, how happy we will haewhen J
wn to
t.
I > "UIrw'lc..d walking; up lil and the Marseillaises spread it through France
what the with details of their ) f'I
subject l 10 Ro winter killed ; to "bvinte f.mir. ltl'ulion. rather than to the I we are married I will love so at
and the .the formationprinciple*, you
rootn, passing n..p.I..il Ar"ri(31 singing it along the public road From this \
which, place a good cost "I st! tbe! a. acid aral"Ul111 and lHY'I'nl.ln *. and slid next : } I I II ;
ma.ul Lieutenant, whose loe he at length trld. acquirement of what U usually! termed knowl! dearly ; as you Thursday why, the of"Marseillaise." .
roanJ i the he fi.- cuM? the heal upon \ a girl was thus |IHliulf'd out' the moms came name
roots >t 'I"tlu'r. \ herself out such I am willing the wedding should be then-my I fe
Lieut. looked ihe Englishman! I"\ edge.: Nature points a course : I I :
of ill* tntniire will ()prevent the frost fuI injuring e I said said ling your up pardon, sir. an accident.' !drew I 'Ie, but more generally lo"'e.J for for the emotion ate then the I lixelies', Slot: i \ dear Billy! how I-do" love you !" : The following very pretty morsel is from x' 1

the 'branches., It is bold ..t ler iiet. Lieut. bowed and w'nt.un hi* pa her, and iar.ci.l. measures were taken .to lO'Ht 1 easily mo ililed, I'illu jet un:tllo)ed by 11 "I(Iam willing, Miss Lucy," was all that ; the Roxhourghe ballads-a collection of old .
ter linn shelters! binding the -: : will : secure her for the nutnnule m t by all the I link could while almost
or U in. articulate
building "I' I Englishman: again passedtgaiuIrod : passion. It i is from .this source that the Lucy poetry which is now exciting some attention
trunk Mraw. The. trrnun-ut bier I n.tI. Xo class! of society was eiempt; from kissed him into. fits. What glorious i
smp nn. ( on the American's toes, and again apolo.gized of men are hereafter to draw their sum of 1.a".1 a victory in England. got ,i,.
te applied to of the half I.h. fniits. their visits, and opulent farmers as Hero to but to
any accident.' .I. the actions of ihe we ought stop justice our .
: : Beg paidon: sir an pinewi or misery ; proondedU
Si ra berries II:, Nell in nil of; lie your i lie were subject to tnese engagements Pretty comparison wittily ;;
\ (part* I South. + Lieut.-lu\reJ and resumed hU paper. gentry majority are, under all circumstances, determined narrative requires That we should proceed to hick by scornful maidens; may best be espoun d. "
Many of .the he been of the clubs, according lo their ra in liie.
large varieties: L the finale.
nt' Englishman: allowed five minutes to much more by 1 feeling than reflection ; 'Jl
TIl 44 without
pats Like ring -
i a cim1If and found to I piodocc finely among anti then I for the third time committed the of- The |M'rsons who were moot usually con in truth life present an infinity of occasions The next Thursday" had come, and Jin- Or like to a bell a without a ringer.a finger efj

" th m all. HoveyV Seeding viand Ire."lin. lepealing with: a uux Ling stint the a- c'.rwt in such clubs were a class of men" it- where it i il ,'; Plltia1 to happiness .that we kins was trembling at the approach of evening Or like a horse that's never ridden s

, rot for prod f>r f'lc..logeli' voids, Jour pardon sir, an bounding in Ireland, called "t squireen*. should feel rightly ; very few here it i is at all surnething{ seemed to harrow up his mind, Or like a feast and no guest bidden, '

r beautiful color.! The >ud! be shay I p Ut'r They were the younger son or conl"lioll cat that should think profoundly. and to no friend even would he communicate Or like a well without a bucket "
'Olt dent. : \ve
d.d with straw: and leases, mid "hen the pnn!
r are in bloom, (should: the ..ton Hoye d>)'.) rose, and taking the Englishman by the ear of own, JJt w his.scorned to demeantbemaelt'es changes are going on in the structure of the You are not afraid, certainly to go up and Just' such she as be those tit

they khou'.d! hate copious to cat>e by any useful or profitable pursuit. get married-why, to marry such a beautiful. May said.
'al'ring" : denvind therefore the
.deliberately! discharged a cnnsidl'rlp quanti-: brain, and : utmost at.lention That time doth lose, {
the fruit to set. They are dl'"crilcdll Aithur Young; and other charming, and intellectual being as Mrs. Lig- '
of tobacco juice with a respectable sizedquid not to interrupt them by improper or And dyes a maid.
I; Thus you see Mr. Editor that we need can"substiha'es" y writers of.the day, as distinguished in fair I should wish that time would fly like
Just that of exercise guns
fice oterexcitemenl. degree R
into his sa\ing "ili a jeeringheight The tin? if worne.
fill and markets and !
; lrllu'rl finit ...pros races assizes, by appearing this news upon the electric telegraph line. Cheer
sr : / beg your pardon sir an :| should be given to the brain at period as The finger decketh.
ccdcnl. in ted waistcoats lined with "
f' dl. alnioM' tYlr..ic..J. 11"11. thtt t they pro- ThiftM-tllcd the busings, or rallJr put in narrow lace: is necessary to its health ; and the |hc'sl is oral Ill', Jinkins-cheer up. The bell if rung 1 ;
a duce Ibt.I, and much then cannot.Kespertf liar, light leather breeches and top boots riding"a i which strike "Oh," replied Bill, "you don't know what Good musike toakethi u !
. the: train of settlement.! The EnglNhmtnchallenged instruction, exemplified by objects
blood" lent
; bit of them
horn the
or given
il\! distresses I can and married
imrs me. go up get
.
the American on the spot ; the latter the enses. The horse doth ease
: C. A. 'PEA ODY.r all Ibe rights of the stables of their opulent connexions. II is perhaps unnecessary to add that, at -that is easy enough, but there is somethingI If he be ridden, ? :

r Columbus, Ga.Srj>t. 1&47.II challenged accepted claiming: of time Quo (these. bloods McN'aghlau, a young this period of life, special attention should be know it-I I feel it-there is one thing I The feast doth please ? 1
l prt.\-boi. weapons( man of good family, who Irtd at If be bidden.
satisfied I never will be able to do, unless guests _
Iracluat'd am .
conceded andLicnt. both and teachers, to the .
1: and was course given, by parents />
tr to derv} and dctroii An'.s inlljitici. Ihrrlling place. Tla" Trinity cfllgc., and ran through .', Lucy will assist me." The bucket drawer
the that. ihe child. Pure air
.-\b"1 practicable: place near the uanu d pistols weapons, paid to .\ices 1\101. but her father physical developement Explain! youreelf"replied his friend, "andif The water for thee, !
loom the place! all (he lill the moment lie :and free exercise are indNpensible, and wherever The when -* .- .
: end lr pasMge; I a level, a basin f.r howl interdicted the maniag" The lover one I can with propriety I will endeavor to render rose pluckt Iff
could! .find! to net as his either of them is withheld, the consequence Is then -.'
a ( most worthy.
; filed: with dry rnoud! ; then put. .tame or bonet 'oullr'mn II'cnwl day, 'finding her alone, look a prayer book comfortable.! .
will be certain extend them ehes you C
; of fresh meat in the ..U I I. (such! :I!ate di! 011 tins errand, he J'IJf'n.d absence of me alii. Ilfur. from hit, pocket and read the taint tinge ceiemony the whole future! life.to The seeds of" But Jinkins could l not explain-he dared not So i.i the maiden i;t
and returned afier an exactly sev. over protracted In mine s
f' carded from the c1itin om.) You w ill ""Ol I to her, she repealing .the IP.-MIISUS| and -it was: his timidifJ-he saw the Rubicon before eyes
; Englishman! howexer.become and hopeless suffering have, in innumerable Who lowaand mamtJj. ;
eta
find yiMir tormentors to rongregate thousandsr m.II.Til', Ilat. in and adding, to each, "pru\.icl.c mj fithercotisents. instance been in the corMtitu- ; him and he knew he could not pass it- Ere she dies.
accustomed! Yankee sown
to punctuality
strong ; fr I assure you they are first rate ." After: this .. publicly claimed her, but he was: determined to married and
get
b i lIurulc".fIhill
Jillle matters of dais kind, and expressed no lion flC the child Iimp1Ihro
hunt! JK'ih.rs.' I-\irty \tLeltaboy. but the aside CJr CoVJen the greatest untiled man itt
} m.rriagl''as:
'UI ago. by a process trust t to luck and Lucy.
fundamental. 1 law and the
{ whenever I wanted a pil rtular bone ffl daid! MitprUc at the KudJenuos of lid n .alll'ar.OICC' in the cpirlual court, and McNagLtan lay in areat ph\sical ; Tlie. night came-and they were married. the world the author of the free trade more M
when the united voices o"I.I. I'inlwct',1
or goose polished, I alway* foutnl the oaat.ha ill wait for the judge with intent lo him. lime has come All were the laugh the chat, the ment in England, has recently been elected s+
. should! bit Ilunc. victims nbould ascend merry ;
the bet mannfartory. 1:1'1: in icadiiiess a J was arrnrc that the parties The judge luckily escaped tal.ing a ditF'r- 'trntnpettonnrd dance until lo the British Parliament. He was not named < sl
. I rnldtup lively midnight
a
} solution of salt at opposite of :i table, !.out twenty feel ) to ihe ears of every p,irent and everytt'achrr party '
boiling tll wa er, hC'1 C'IIIj : nil' route. '. or spoken of until a few hours before that
commenced and
unc" : to at one o
the land 'Give free air and whey disperse
}ou p with it. Salt and water cold will iogi\clho stigmas-' are ready ? lineryetwnthan'Ibc wholesome exercise ; I'o\'c'o develop our ex. I I
them you who that time had
cover pate cOlu'xin. Ir. Ivnox reso\ed! Ia\e in the hall. Ann had retired, and her Denni.son up lo no opposition <
., fire be.I energies accordance with ihe laws Lucy
the haunt but patties to paneling
into the
destroy them poured ; the country and introduce her to the yoetelyof bridesmaids off in a distant room. Bill and was at home quietly expecting. a
bftif them out of their I lie count their pistols to remain on of our being, and full scope for the elastic and were i
way is to cleqoy Mrong h"I'1 ; the metropolis : and in the beginning ot Jinliins! waiters and friends had gone home certain success. But Mr. Cobden was named <

b',1c. I will ,,: "od pokey)to trash out 11.1 t.ll.: at the {'llau' }oti rl"lr. November, 1701 prepared set out. for Jhib.Im. bounding impulses ut'our young blood! with the ladies. Bill was now at the point and received twenty. of the thirty '

t.basin or l owl, and fill it flesh mould I glanted nt my principal' I wa togive McNaghtan and a party of his friends THE MEETING IN JfEW ORLEANS. where he .thought his firmness would fail him. thousand voles cast. The circumstance has

previous to a second decoy, as it will be perwived the signal, and was truck with the ex.preitsiori having information of his il.liol: repairedto and enthusiastic of 111l'ci.iz..n. His situation was a peculiar one. lie was excited great surprise, particularly among the

Mil is not a favorite..ardnrr'SCI&rortick. of his enuult'nUlc". His lips weir a cabin a little distance Gum .the road witha A large meeting not certain which was Lucy Ann's room, although wealthy and privileged orders, where such 81
of New Orleans held in the St.
\ ,fglll cornpreesed ; his brow was .hl'IJI\1' sack full of fire-arms. From Iiencn one of was he had) been told-and even had he thorough democrat as Cobden is anything hilt :
( may MI use the term) over his Louis Exchange on the 30th ult., the pro. '
eyes the to the of palatable. The Liverpool Mercury regard4
Enliirrr patty was despatched house of which will he found in another known he could not go to it.
11 justice Columbus which were fixed like I hone of a man in a ceedings
fl. old woman who limed bv the wayside, und'rIhe The watchman cried, "past two o'clock," the result as "the greatest event, not only in
'
? 'fIae desertion Ate t I exclaimed column. Tho Delta 8aJ8Tho old patriotic
uf the 5lh inst.
yon the of the late election 1
says nnt of
f.acJ of to wait history ,
pretence buying scathe yarn, and Jinkins was still alone and apparently any
"fa number of men from til'm.rica Army The 1 parties took up .their pistuh. spirit of Louisiana L pervaded the meeting. yet which has ever .taken place in the '
in old almanac which country. t
MjJ their capture and execution near the city Fire-ol'-two. carriage.-ben The war cry was heard as distinctly. as clear engaged perusing an by --' --

The En. I when on the 11th of May, 1840, the chance had been left in his coat pocket. An lo Kill Cure. The Honrsdalo
M"icl have tine to imny remaiku There was a single explosion. ly, as Ready or -
(
:i\1 named the travellers it and described
contained, the
resided in
calculated to reflect the patriotism of cer- glishman from his chair, nnd fell heavily sound of our victories at Palo Alto and Ht's;. old female dukeJ".ho family, Tribune says that a practitioner of that place'
# on sprung the in which sat.
they They the ladies who
r talD adopted citizens of this cllunlr It has on the floor, his pistol going i.ffas he came {position ca de la Palma, boomed across the Mexican had: been prevailed upon bj was commanded to "stand and deliver" recently
Mr. Knox his wife his anda
were daughter, show him his
bashfulness' to
noticed. Jinkiiw1 ,
Lee ) ball from the of Gulf. All, all were animated by an rnthnsi. \illians. but
pistol It
? tUoughtfc and "+ confess this wu :n the ground. The ntaid.ser vant. The scout ran and I introduced her. by some was night .

tbe impr\ "sMon left' on bur mind That the Hat.'alien .. my friend' had entered Ms allla onllt'a. eye communicated; to McNaghtan the hef'r. astir determination to aid with their fortunes bedroom and she accordingly she well the doctor. had a gun cane, wish which hd
and their lives, if need be, a vigorous and self to him in as modest a style as knocked of the down and then
al'.uled! to were from the Enierw und bulged in his brain, instantly deprvighim i. he had The carriage was instantly one rogues ,
We. m(511) rpcei\.d. unflinching prosecution of the war to the last. could. rode un about bis business III a short lime
The New Polic" I of life.Gentlemen.
Hegikter surrounded and three other McvNaghtiin '* '
by him .
"it's
men. Mr.I Jinkins l said she, past two o
"At the dissolution of tho meeting there after he called with
and of of said the snrh.or, addressingthe was to attend a man a
names places natitity and one of hair acc mplices fired at "
thu t.D'IIIC that cheers were given for thu war-three cheersfor clock. fractured skull. 'fho doctor refuses to gate ,
c with calmness Op1
set ff from which xretr English officers n ap. .the driver whom did kill but .
they not totallydisabled. "Oh I know it-I'm home Ina
scamps, going
Zac three cheers for Gen. Scott and yes
Gentlemen. Old the name of his patient until. he ;elt welL
to leant and revolting-
lorry that unnatural
a large wereAfricans. Tho blinds of the
carriage
were
portion peared few minutes. Old woman where i.
L tinewerfor that man'sdeath. three cheers for our gallant officers and soldier my It seems that the rascals! were lint aware of:.
-
Tliey are And not myself mutt close drawn, that tho inside might '
caed-u (11.- you now persons hat !
vic*ai B4, Jriih 24, rtnans 1. Stch I I wa you who set him on-you have I I *. whom they w.je. _stopping3.a.a ._







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Tbruie
r who
were
= --- dilHcul. determined to enter the city, ,where we ; watch pa-sin events
resi. clcstlj
Union Oct. 4. Pistols the used. The tho aM
iraiJungto* were weapons with
ii4 Fnin the and is not upon
; ; of polhies. prepared to meet him, having barricaded the army, are ..-- --- '= : -.-". =' ; = -- .- = an ImrUlll rye ?,?,, ban bett, pprUwJ
FORBEARANCE HAS CEASED TO BCA VIR- ty originated, we bear, in some matter dence of the the n: lon.- -- af the"
,'oiy' i' streets with sand banks and provided on the Supreme vSaturday ALOKE." cent of the <>nthern! Whig "
: ruE.j' .-Wilmington (N. C.) Chronicle Oct But as soon tho latter is known, \II give (l'hllllc fl, j i. e,.'"I.
could
: and the windows all who a = -- -- I ob-itus lLat the J
: house at ly Northern [
declined tops portion ct
The Meiican\ government baring G. detailed account every. : t t
". be bear hurl stones, bricks, <&c. your excellency a October 16, 1847. when l,, the test win !
arms or put in
liberal of shall go a rou
mjsies
-* accede to the proposition our occurred but now I confine fo tbesnot
j'i f S to very KEEPING FOLKS 1 MEETING. Before General thing that has ; ---- -- ----- -- -- -- t u.
1- for it would seejn, : on the hea. of enemy. statement : proviso. What man of them has dared
or even
; government peace .the he the myself to the single flowing y- Divine service may be expected in the Methodist to rti!
Scott gates his
iI fairly passed fund voice that
.:: to giro them a serious and respectful! bearing Sewall rrlates! ihe following anecdote of! difficulty of biB position. A perfect of The American army cia{ yesterday at Protestant Chnrch on Sunday,at lie usual hour.Georla ; aglsl measure,except indirectW I
1"f 4 \, it ii now manifest that the forbearing spirit "Hankerchief Moody": his Many day-light, force, upon Chapultepec, opposing any :acquisition of territory? Thy tr"t' 1
administration to tend balls and stones rained upon troops. hour Election. ruled, firmly and the whole
of the of six
and defence unlf'.d wtlgl(0f
ntiject 1 I after
,rij i.: When Mr. Moody was on a journey. killed and wounded.. Still he which, a spirited th.ir j
has been wholly misunderstood.? were moro last the attacks of the enemy, who The Hon. G. W. Tovrr, democrat,has been e- vast influence, will burden the scale $ iprt
to g
Massachusetts at
i peace of yielded the
? 1 : think in the part until he gained the entranceof
:. The proposItion of Mexico-that we should he called wtter brother in tho ministry, or kept advancing direct to the plaza. immediately marched to take possession of a lecte.1 Governor ol Georgia,by about 1700 majority, rijhUaml interests of the South. Yet, how
( f pay to Meiican citizens all the d images sustained Saturday thinking on a to spend the Sabbath with two streets that he leading could not himself: to fortification situated between the sentry.box of over Gen. CLINCH,whig. This is a democratic gain !this effect the Southern perliwj t of the party? "c.,

I ., ; b/ them daring the war, surrender all him, if agreeable! The man appeared very Finding soldiers who were all posted oppose out of sight, Belen and St. Thomas St Como and the Cit- since 1S45,of abut 35! We regret to state,however it move their indignation, and fire (them with Irdt D t
th&t of Texas west of the Nueces, our checked by the the divisions of the demociats, zeal lo expose Ibis enmity to Southern
; I J portion glad lo see him, and said, I should be very and that he was losing his men rapidly, Gen.Ciott adel. The first adanceas that through insN'tuticn*? _
?tli ; abandon all of New Mexico, all of Lower and glad to have you stO!' and preach for me tomorrow took of the convent of San troops his Excellency the President led up,, the Legislature it lost to the Whigs, which loses t 10 Does.it provoke them lo utter a waring.deep j .

liNi .v one-half of Upper California, leave the im. but I fee ahamed to ask you." Isidor, which possession extends back to the centre of a disputing the ground inch by inch, till finally us two U. S. Senators. pos.tive. against this sin of Ih c ac..
into
,, ports of our own and all other merchants .What is i the mater asked :lo. Why,, block, and at once set his sappers and minersto the invader was routed from the Citadel. slier Election Return North ? Strange to say they remain almost mute.-
the Mexican to new duties, or ever hard The Capital being fn few and short sentences, the,
ports open our have got in such a of goingout directly through the blocks uf nine hours' fighting. JACKSON COUNTY.-The Democrat in this avow Iheir orposi.lion .
u lo confiscation, and give up our claim Co anj p'ople lefore meeting is closed, that it seems to buildings.In cutting. away in this situation, I his Excellency was anxionslo of achieved, in the'Ian. to the JroVs with some general remark* a.
whiggery
of across the isthmus-:are so pre. and the tumult strong-hold hut gainst its
4. to
that is
If
right both-whig and
avoid supporters
way spare *
be a
imposition on a stranger. blown
an somo instances whols houses were Lombarmcnt of ,.a most glorious victory. democrat,but
posterous a to put all hopes of peace, at leat all, I must and will stop and preach! for you," u ) to facilitate his progress; but after se\erl and { atendant upon an assault! guDge Want confidence a correspondent only saved the Whig Senatorial for the rest, they content themselves with abwing
y for the out of the question. When the Sabbath < would! have room lir a thousand those Northern demrcrafs
present determined was Mocxly's reply. day hours he again emerged into the street, and which given ." Cot JOH.X MILToN lacks who are in its fa'orv. ith.
been
has candilate
bj
it
We understand came, and Mr. Moody had opened the meeting finally regained the Piaz.\ with great loss. calamities, and a repetition of those acts, in from to the Senate. The vote< out much more than hinting lo the people what
make further overtures 11 votes of an election
': the government to When no Mexico wants and Und the text, he looked around on the On entering the Plaza: a heavy fire was openedupon which the army of the foe has manifested sc but MILTO.Vdemocrat,205, BRETT whig, 2 W. andfor share the Northern whig take in the maler. This
%i of peace on our part. and said *. hearers: I am instictive spirit of extermination. was is one ircunistance
my Palace and Cathedral,, a strange to
the an
assembly goinJ him from surprise
For the House, impatia'obs"rr.
for it. We 2S.
whig
hereafter, let her sue are of the KETES, independent -
President
the Repub-
of folks!
to fpt'ak lo two ports to.day, filled and covered with our patriotic His Excellency
pace which
of her principal I were and democrat elected democrats
the nossession capital, 12 1 are
in whigs
: sinners! Sinner, I am going lo give you Finding] himself thus assaulted,, lie hopes that your Excellency will endeavor Another circumstance, equally surprising (hit
Lire reinforcements troops. 236 HALL 223.
cities, porl and possessions. forward fion your p enemy
: are daily moving good attention." When he had preached to cannonade on the Palace and Cathedral order that the war imy be carried on with that MITCHELL, democrat,213and POCLIuC ,II. upon the minds of( the people with regard to the

1: .. Vera Cruz, sufficient to support of the the gallan them as long as he thought best, he paused : opened, firing a over one hundred sots! which did vigor and energy which the national honor and JAMES GRIFHX democrat, is elected Circuit Clerk, sition ol. the Northern portion cf cur party on t p)

: column in the present occupation and capi. *' there sinners., I have done with you now ; immense damage to the biildings and clu ell the rights of the Republic so imperiously de. by a majority of 41 over N. \ATS.Jig, the next question. They argue it as if it were wholly a democratic th.
tal Puebla, &c., and to open, keep open, candidate.
take hat and out of the mand. ALCOKTA highest and insist
that
.; between the you may your go a s vere loss (If and wounded. Sc-eiii" measure they the demo
eea kid
the line of (ommuniction meeting house as soon as you please.! Bu further( !, our soldiers: ceased Minister of War and )(rine.Cladafe cf the North are united in its faror. Heoa
:! and the main army. In addition to, all tarried and heard him through. Hulatgo, rp". II I. IS 17. y NASSAU.-We understand that Dr.F D.TRACT, letter Sow
ban ad of
firing,and on the ICth of September (. day ]) or speech some,prominent democrat of that
; the repimenu now organizing of Meiican We still left in doubt as to the number Whig, has been elected to the Senate from the IGtl they
the enemy was in possession the arc section against it, and tell us it i is all hollow
Tennessee
: and moving forward from Kentucky, the F'ol the Ahr } w'k Sun. capitol. Though we inflicted havoc: and death of killed and wounded in the battles before district, composed of the County of Nassau,and t that pretence, arrant hypocrisy, and the like and

: and Indiana, other reinforcements the law of to < MEXICO. upon the Yankees, we suffered greatly our the Capital, no particulars being given in the JOSEPH IfIGCINBOTHAM, also: whig, has been rlec turn to abusing the antlnr. Tell them that tf the
,
. 't full extent authorized by Congresswill letter from the Sun letters before The rumors bj ted to the House. This i U a hig gain cf Senator.
killed the blowia or us. \
be called out at once, to make certain thi We copy the following selves. Many were by up: papers democratic papers < the North, with a few exception .
S to which the translation was furnished, ihe of houses, many by the bombardment, but ,I previous advices of the death of Gens. Smith ?, hare taken a manly stand against the Prorim
in its occupation
.. security of he.army present original being in Spanish ; the writer is alleged more by the confusion which prevailed in the [ und Worth, we are inclined to believe, as we ST. JOH .-WM. A. .'ORW.'RI democrat, has; and they \"i answer us tat they! are in the par of

and operation's.As of the war is forced to bo a Spanish Mexican: residing in the city,and alogether cannot coui.t our killed,, trust they arc, entirely premature. been elected to the Home (rom St. John His competitor the administration and tl.f forf only speak its m.
' & : the continuance be with vigor. The of Mexico, and Ibo letter was addressee wounded, missing, since the actions commenced The large train, which recently left Vera was CH\RLES LORING, also a staunch dcm timents, without rrrard to the Mntimect. of the

upon us, it must must waged be occupied and gov. ,, cir Spanish; house in this city. We see no yesterday, at less than 4000, among Cruz under Grn. Lane, bad taken up a positionat ocrat, and brother of the gallant Major W. W. LoRI.G party in their neighborhood. Thus it tjs,that Sontbern .

$ ; country creed by conquered martial law, and its resources and reason to doubt either its authenticity or its whom arc many women and children. the National Bridge, and was there awaiting now in Mexico whigj speak the rienihst'ftbeSouth. Strw..
'a And it ii inter. of the return of supplies from Vera Cruz.- .
rendered tributary in every practicable general accuracy. fearfully The enemy confesses a los over one indeed.
revenues manner to the support of our occupation esting, not only n 0 vivid description of the thousand ; it is no doubt much greater.: What The guerrillas mustered in large numbers in lARI .-Gen. JOHN SOT has been elected 10 rut this is not all. Northern wl.igs are
Ii and combat, but as evidence of the desperate tenacity a calamity But Mexico will jvl havo ven. the vicinity of the bridge, and! were continually) the HOI e of Representatives Irom Marion over Col to the acquisition of mere territory because,orpO they

4 We government.arc happy to learn that there are am.1r' with which the Mexicans adhere to the geance. God wi avenge us for our suffer Imrrassing Gen. Lane's command. The HICKMAJTdemocrat. This i is a whig gain. sy, it will extend and strengthen the slave power a at

in the ( to the ope. defence of their country just as Americans! ings. Alas! I should write this letter nius Liberty, of the lioth says : the South., They allege that this i is the object
'a e ration pie means of the tariff treasury of 1846)thank) the most would do and be urged to do If their country within sight of a proud enemy who has suc. Intelligence has been received by us, DUVAL -We see it stated in the Jacksonville the war with Mexico and this is their chief reason o

vigorous prosecution of the war, including the was invaded. If this letter tells the (truth, the : ceeded by his ferocity in; trampling on our brought in by a train which has just arrived .\fl.that Mr. D. PRE'COT democrat, is elected for opposing it. They djtfiounce the war,and will
Iran &c., question may well be asked, What has be. capitol and our country. An enemy who from the National Bridge under tho supcrin to the House over Col. LANCASTER by a majority of these
,because are .
reject snpposed to be intended
;L.t! j organization equipment prtaton. time come ol the | party' in Mexico of which only pride himself upon shooting well with his tend nce of Lt. Bedny F. McDonald Act. 1. The other member is A. COLLINS, whig. Iti is: territory
:
of all the new troops required, untilome pac for the benefit of eholJ N. These
I after the meeting of Congress. we have hear much t" rife and cannon. But thus it is-we are Brig. Q. :M., that Gen. Lane, with his force. proper to remark that by the alleged illegal exclusion their pounds of opposition s to the administration are,
: MEXICO Sept. 19 1847. humbled. We be forccc had taken a position for the present at that Hill Col. LAX
; Mexico would have offered terms so o prostrated, not may up of whig votes at Clay precinct, distinctly stated and often repeated. The resolutions
I if she ne"e had not been encouraged RESPECTED FRIENDS : I have an opportunity to silence, but the first moment that present! post, and there was awaiting the return of sup. CASTER is in a minority, but that he will be righted of the whig convention of

;:'V: preposterous by the no territory party," by the Neuces to send, by the courier who I leaves tonight us a chance will be devoted to terrible re. plies, which is the express object of his train by the Judge of Pn,bates, and the seat given to him. them forth clearly and emphatically.Ichatf, being the set
this letter, in which I shall briefly at. Santa Anna has with to out. The gallant general and his: is elected the Senate I
i party and Mexican party at home, by the venge. gone hs gen. carry S. L. DCRRITT, whig, to by grounds upon which the whig will stand in the
;
l describe to the horrors wo have all the he could off to brave hand were somewhat harrassed by the approaching
,, S which has denounced this war as aggrcssive. tempt to you erals and troops 1:votes oube veteran Col. BKOWARD.HAMILTON. contest for the Presidency. Yet the
party Let just experienced. On the 7th instant our Gaudalupe. lie is said to be wounded sctcrely. enemy, who I kept continually hovering on his: ,
1 unholy, and unjust on our part. leading whigs of Ihe South join these men in
4: : us hope, however, that her recent treacherous commissioners rejected the treaty: proposition! We have lost heroic officers antbrave flanks, firing on them occasionally, but the .-Maj. J. B. WATTS, whig,ha,been out against more territery. crjipg
They seem
to
I and will arouse and unite the of Ihe American Government, and decided on men in these two days. I cannot fore vigilance and circumspection which he un. elected to the Senate from the 12th diric composed act with them prepared
those
'iniclicorse prosecution of the war, and in resuming the war, Gen. Herrcra inviting and eee what iso: come. Thousands arc gather ccasingly manifested deterred the enemy of the County of Hamilton, and M. J. BRYAN, Northern cordially in opposing who the

: exacting from her, by military contributions, urging the clergy to rouse the citizens to the ing upon the hills and around the city, determined from an approach within any reasonable prox. whig, to the lower House. Both whig gains. strengthen whig say are Favoritism working their to the utmost South to
I its futuro utmost resistance. On the same day Genera; to cut all supplies and starve the Suth. a
as far as practicable, expenses. of imitv.We add) that} Lieut the ground opposition lo democratic measures,j.t
, Santa
Scott, tho American chicf charged enemy who h: so audaciously entered itGen. are cxtremly sorry to SCAMDIA.-JoErii QUICGLES, whig, is elec- .
; : O, THIS LOVE Anna with breaking by forbidding ..Scott may yet find that Mexico is not Kline of Capt. Lewis' company of Louisiana ted to the House from this County, over BAUGHEY. whig cf the South lend their aid: to make that op
obtain food in the slain whilst in the position succt3sful Is not this strange also ?
lilt commissioners
to vanquished. He may find our lakes bursting volunteers, was employed democrat,by a majority of 53 votes.
; Venerable Joo'-a character in Bent city, and threatened, unless reparation was their barriers: and filling this beautiful valley: rear in the performance of duties incidental Now look at the course of'the democratic partyof
lets on" about made hostilities and bombard The Next Legislature. Ihe South, and mark the difference. Thrown
thus We
; ley's Miscellany- bitterly to commence 'to annihilate the infamous Americans. lo tho time.
:. the girl,. Joe must have been jilted at some the city. Santa Anna replied severely,charg. scarcely hope, yet do not quite despair. Our. The steadiness with which tho General advanced Complete returns from all the Counties in the their papers, ant in their sreecb !,tLey have showna

). time by one of the coquettish little misses.- ing Scott with breaking the armistice by sacking brave generals may recover what is lost, and and marshalled his force for tho full Stite have not been received, but we have heard spirit of resistance to the Proviso, which males

., ; that's clear But hear him :- our villages, and expressed his perfect Mexico, with her ten millions of people, arise I and complete! protection of the train, is wor. from enough to satisfy us that both branches of tin no distinction a to the politics of its supporters.

.Love 1" observed Venerable Joe, sarca. readiness to renew the war. On the 13th to sweep the invader from the land he has dese. thy by all accounts, of every praise and com.mendation Legislature will b whig by a decided majority. The Though the measure was proposed by one ( their
*: tically, love's a himjiosilion. There's ben inst. the Americans made a demonstration on crated. Be sure that whatever do in the and is in perfect keeping with his following list of members elected has been made up own party they were Ihe first to denounce it,and

. more people imposed upon by that are Chapultepec and the mill of El Rey, but our way of submission is only for the moment. character, which is that coolness] determined from the returns, and may be relied on as correct : denounce it with earnest reprobation. They bare

, '. than by all the professional swindlers in natur. generals were prepared for them. Anticp. No Mexican wi respect, beyond the hour that bravery, and calculating prudence. Such not extenuale ought. UnfortunaUijr.fcowwcr.Chey
'p- It's a gros a huniversal himposilion ; and it'c ting a breach of the armistice forces him any bond dictated by the arc the men qualified to take charge of rein. SENATE. 19 MEMBERS. hare no opportunity express their opinion of
I.. on'y werry ronderful to me that it ain't long for several days had caused to b conveyed in sword of an enemy. My heart is too l l of forcements passing through tho enemy's country 1st District-Escambia, O. M. Avery,* any Northern whig who opposed the measure; but

.. ago been hexpunged. A gal says she loves every possible manner, so as grief and indignation to write more. in which every moment surprizes and at. 2d-Santa Rosa, Neill McMillan" if they had we are very sure they would not hare

.' yer. Werry well ; but are you consequently picion, arms, munitions and food to the fortressat tacks are things to be expected, and shoul 3U-Walton, Daniel G.lrLen" abused such a the whigs bare done Eucbanan,D.

obligated to make a fool of yourself? No;; Chapultepec.Our From the .,' O. Delta Extra Ocl. 4. consequently be foreseen provided 4th-Jackson, J. W. Brett, las, and others of our party, who take lh Southern

you've on'y got her hipsy-dixsy, and rot's the citizens carried. under their mantles Later from Mexico. The guerrillas, it is said, have fortified the Washington and Calhoun, W. Tabor side of the controversy. T.eyae glad to see Northern .

b good o'that ? Marry her, and you'll werry and on mules a great quantity of powder,, ARRIVAL OF ALABAMA. heights of Cerro Gordo. They are posted 6th-Franklin, Hubert J. Floyd, men right in this matter,to reject their friendship .
t soon see"ow sweet's the love as meets return.' balls and provisions without being once dis. TiE there in, large numbers with several piecesof 7th-Gadsden, Joseph Austin,* and influence.
.. 0 But about tbat look'ear on'y just for instance :: covered, so great was the feeling of securityand Confirmation of Gen. Scott's Entry into the artillery, and are said to be commanded by Sth-Leon., James H. T. Lorimer,* The people of the South have reason (10 ponder M.

. a gal a Roger-vich they all do; it's confidence among the Americans. General City ofMczico-The Adrance of the Trainunder Gen. Paredes. 9th-Wakuna.It. H. Walker,* riously upon this difference between ll two pailidin J 1
!
e reg'lar; he's a private ; still abe loves 'im- Scott was not a little surprised to find on G n. Lane Checked by the Guerrillas Capt.Vhite's company of I.ouisiana vol. 10th-Jeflerson, John M. Smith, their midst. What i is the reason of it ? I Is a j

I oh bout an' hout !-Weary well ; don't yer attacking Chajiultepcc such obstinate} resis a/h National Bridge. unteers and two companies of the llth regiment llth-Madison, William P. Moseley,* question vital lo their interest,which should be investigate -

: think she'd give him up for a hofficer I In tance. CLapultepec, you know, is situated The steamship Alabama, Capt. Windle, arrived left Tampicafor Vera Cruz on the 2Sth. 12th-Hamilton,Joseph B. WattM,* by them. Looking back a short while,
course she rood And why ?-Why, cos i it between Tacubaja) and city, within cannon here at an early hour this morning, from Senor Don Gusto Sierra, and Senor Don 13th-Columbia, J aha P. Sanderson.* they will see that the Southern whigs united with

'ud be a better chance.-lias for lore, it's the shot of the former and some three miles from Vera Cruz and Tampico, having left the former Rafael Carrojal, Commissioners from Yucatan 14th-Dural, Samuel L. Buriitl,* those of the North in opposing the annexation of

t.;i 'ickede& the Iwiudlucl himposition a is. the Utter. I is a bold hill overlooking a vast place on the 26th, and the latter ou the to our government, came passengers on the 15th-Alschua and'la ion. Gabriel Prkst Texas though the bier opposed this measure most .

: To chances is gals out Th range of country, which enabled our soldiers to 30lh ult. Alabama. 16th-Nassau, E. D. Tracy* strongly beaus they were unwilling that more
j : question with them is, 'I it a go watch every man UHe of the enemy. It also By this arrival we received the first number 17lh-St. Johns, Orange &. St. Lucie.G. Fairbanks, I slave territory should be addcJHur country. The

i;' chance !' If it is, they'l have ; if it commands the road from Tacubaya to the of The Genius of Liberty," a new paper Massachusetts 11'higgery.-'Fho great whig 18th-Levy,Hillsboro': &. Benton,R. D. Bradley coming down to the present, lry will observe tb
:. they won't, unless! they can't get nothing city, which runs close by its base, and can published at Vera Cruz, by Messrs. Mathew.son convention which convened at Springfield, I 10th-Monroe and Dade-Not heard from. same state cf things with regard lo the acquisition

: better. It's the dcadebt take in is that love only be ascended by a circuitous paved way,, and QuInn, from which we gather the following Mass., on Ihe 29ih ultimo, was a rich af ir. i I Those marked thus are Whigs. Mexican territory. They will see unity of action

J i ever heered on ; a deader do never was bin. which, after turning a certain angle, is exposed information. I nominated,or recommended,the same thing, ( between. the different sections of the party. 1"i

:; rented. You take my adwice, and don't bfoozled. < to the full range of the guns. As the There has been no communication bet\\ccn Danie Webster, to (he national whig convene HOUSE- MEMBERS. \ see them working together to prostrate an T Administration

, .' Venexer you bear tho word love, American ascended the hfli, a perfect storm Vera Cruz and the City of Mexico, since the as the first choice of the whigs of Massachusetts cambia County-Joseph Quiggles which opposes the Proviso. They will

$ always view it as a gross himposition. Hi of musket balls and grape shot drove them news brought by the Kingsland, already for the Presidency. Mr. Webster was Santa Rosa-Judge Chain,* observe Southern Whigs aspersing those Northern

yer don't, you'l be done,and on'y find out the back with heavy Joss. They recovered and laid before our readers. The capture of the the unanimous choice of the 700 delegates Jackson-John Tanner W. Hall,* B. J. Mitchell, Democrats who also oppose the Proviso. What are
. difference 's too late. Look at me jist advanced again, but were repulsed. Our capital and the flight of the government to present. The convention didn't say turkey"to Franklin-Peter Hobart, they to think of such: a state parlies:? And is it

j \S for instance. I was eixty.two in Jennewerrj troops fougbtrlL desperate valor, worthy the Gaudalupe are, however, placed beyond a Gen. Taylor one time What say the whig Gadsden- I M. Johnston" Dr. Bradwell,* A. K not time that they should b satisfied a lo.the reasons .
,5. last look that and lain't character Mexicans. doubt letters received Vera Cruz via to that. ground was ta.
. -. ; ; at Sixty-two, by at Taylor men Strong Allison, Dr. J. L. Shields. for this singular conduct of Southern Whigs?
done I'm inwited all the I'n The also his Orizaba and ken in the convention the Mexican war
'e I yet to parties. enemy fought bravely ; men Tampico. against Leon-Wm. M. Chas. Bannerman,* T. is evident there i id something wrong in such conduct -
:' : never forgot. There's the old uns a single a. seemed like so many devils, whom it was im. The following circular to commandant generals and fo the Wilmot Proviso! In truth it wasa Mawel I which but
; H. Hagner" A. E. Maxwell, something portends! anything good
. and the old is defeat without annihilation. He dated at abolitionist convention. Mr. Webster '
p boglin on me reg'lar; uric as possible to department, Gaudalupe, Sep. whig Wakulla-Dr. Crawford,* to the South, and upon which it behooves us all. u
married, a eettin' their darters me ; i ftI made a third aud last charge with 'fresh forceann tember 11, which wo copy from the Genius olLiberty who made a speech cf an hour and a half in
upon Jefferson-T. Ross, E. E. Blackburn, J. Taylor deeply interested: parties a* prudent men, good
'ud such a chance I and all, in course, co: heavy guns, and our gallant troops having describes the of the American length, inveighed in the bitterest terms again I
b atac
Madison-Messrs. and Henderson, citizen, and as lovers and advocates of justice to
' I'm single. Why, d'yer think they'd care exhausted their grape shot were forced very forces 0: the de nc(: Chapultepec, and the.Mexican war, and the administration for Hamilton: Milton Overstret.J. Brjan,* keep a watchful and jealous a
. abut my covnpany perwidcd I I \01 married 1 unwillingly to retreat and yield up the fortress,, the subsequent entry into the city. Cha carrying it on-urged the recalling of our eye.
Columbia-Mr. Smitb J. L.
.: DOs i stand at all to reaol thy'd inwite me of which the enemy took Our pultepec was carried at the point of the troops from the theatre of war, and opposed, King, We are not disposed i to (charge these faults of
I. ,. as they do, hif they did'nt believe I was yet Ube soldiers retreated towards psseuion. were bayonet, at daybreak of the 13lh, after a des. with his whole heart and soul, the extension of Duval-A. Collins" Darling* hc"U. Southern Whig intentional deliberate opposition

. done T rot a bit of it! not if I vos rertt unfortunately cut off by a detachment of the perate resistance of six hours. The fbrtifica. slavery: in any new territory which may hence Marion-John Scott, to Suthtrn inttrtsts. They are in a false position.
.
:. I .' a matter o' times more than I ham. But, enemy's c3\1f', and about 1000 made pris. tion situated between the centry boxes of Be. forth be acquired by the United States. Mr. Nassau-Joseph Higginbotham, They would use al! their power to defeat the Proviso -
' as it is-as I've allus escaped the himposition oners, were soon released a tho enemy len and St. Thomas, St. Como and the citadel, Webster urged that the whig party ought to St. Johns-William A. Forward. ,but yet they do not refuse lo act in concert with

. -there am I, never missed, allus thought on, had no men to them. The enemy then was next attacked by our forces. The resis. refuse to vote any more supplies for carryingon CCh: Those marked thus are Whig those who are opposed to our interests, and upon issues -
. looked to and respected ; icb, let me tel opened his gar on the mill of cl Roy tance of tho Mexicans at this place was truly this infamous warVbt! do Mr. Web From the above, it will b seen that the Senate adopted for the purpose checking the growth

. you, is tverry u great advantage. (King's mill) close upon Chapultepec, which,, desperate, and the heroism displayed by them ster's whig brethren say to this T But the fol. stand 12 whigs to 6 democrats-one District to bear of what is called the slave power. Why do they act
1 after obstinate fighting and great loss to the worthy of the best days of the Republic. lowing sentence is truly and richly in keeping from. The House stands thus far, 11 whigs and 1 thus ? We charge it upon the blindness of party
Rich Bequests to the Episcopal Church.In .- Americans, we were obliged to abandon. Santa Anna led bis troops in person. After with Massachusetts federalism : He would democrats, including one from Duval. There are zeal-zeal to overthrow the present AdministratiOD'and

1829, Frederick Kobne, a native of Ger. The two actions continued over nine hours,, nine hours bard fighting, according to Ihe say to those army officers, who have distin. eleven Counties yet to hear from, to wit : Walton, lo place a w hig one in its stead. Eager to effect

.' many, died in this city, leaving legacies to the and were the se\erest considering our small Mexican circular now before us, Gen. Scot guished themselves in the strife, that war wa. Washington Calhoun Alachua, Orange Levy,St. this, they think only of the means available f
amount of $375,000 to be paid on tho death number of : rs the enemy's large retired, drawing off his forces. The Mexicans god for vicious purposes, tarnishes the lustre of Lncie, Hillsborough, Benton, Monroe ar.d Dade.- them and overlook other matters of infioitelrgrfal-

of his widow. 8100,000 was left to the force, that have been fought. Our loss in it appears, after repulsing the forces victorious arms, and darkens, if il does not blot, These returned last year S dtmrat and 3 \higs.- er importanceHere lies the fault of their conduct.

aj House of Rrfuge of this city, 800,000 the killed and wounded was not moro than 300,, under Gen. Scott, dreading a bombardment what would otherwise be a glorious page in Should they do the same now, parties will stand in Lt the people (compare this with the position c

Orphan Asylum: and 820,000 lo the Pennsyl. while the enemy lost over 400, or at least and being anxious to avoid the horrors at. our national history." the House, 2 Whigs and 19 Democrats. But we Southern Democrat*,aiul then chinese Lit wren them

. vania Deaf and Dumb Institute. The bal such was the report of the deserters from the tendant upon assault, concluded to surrenderthe Is this treason, or is it no? Do iho whigs are appiehensive our opponents will gain 1 in Orange One or the other party iruit rule the ctunlry. Which

ance was donated to different Episcopal American camp who came to U in the even. city the government and the forces under endorse these sentiments of their great New and 1 in St. Lucie, in which case they win is safest for the South to tiust. considering Ihe past

;.p Churches, Societies, &c. The New York ing. Santa Anna retiring to Guadalupe. Gen. England l lelr rVe pause for a rply.- have a majority of 3 in the House. Their: majorityis action and present positioner I two?
_1 Express yesterday says that Mrs. Kohne is Seeing that the city would inevitably b Scot entered the capital on tho 15th ult. Wilmington 6 or 7 in the Senate, and will be 9 or 10 on joint

!: dead, and consequently that her death tbrowstbe attacked, General Santa Annua, during But to the circular of Sr. Alcorta : ballot-a sufficient fiTany rra\tiaMt pur (F3The opposition scarcely ever speak j of tb

whole of these muni cent bequests into actions, raused 1 number of trenches to be .Most Excellent Sir :-After tho importantand The Existence of a God.-Tho universe majrity course of (be Administration t upon Ihe war and other
,t abe bands of those for "brn.they were in. cut across the road leading to the city, which great events that have yesterday taken burns with Deity. All nature seems vocal to pose. lter1ith"ut. attempting to lessen its cal

. ::3 tende by the bestower. This is a mistake. were flooded with water. On Ibo morning of place, there remains no other aIernativt to declare a Great First Cause. The mighty sun, CO The refusal of Mexico to make a peace with on the ptopls of the country. I the public aff5"go

undertn that Mrs. Koine still residesin the 14th, before daylight, the enemy, with a the government of the union thlt its as he pursues his never ending course pro. us upon any terms which we could accept ts call fin wll!, the President and his Cabinet get I
'1 city, so far from being dead, she part of his force commencEd his march upon abandoning the Capital, in order that other claims the greatness of an Invisible Bein"The ed from the editor of the New York Courier and credit ; but,if things :go on heavily, he is sure to t b
is at the present time in the enjoyment of cx.rA the city. Our soldiers, posted behind the means be adopted and pursued for the harrass- pale and silvery beams of the sister oorb, Enquii'cr, an article of which an extract may suffice loaded with: all the blame. This dlspokitiou on lh

lent health and spirits.-PhUa. Bulletin. arches of I lie aqueducts and several breast ing the enemy. Accordingly, Hi ElceJencJ' a she scatters the gloom of night, seems to to give the spirit of the whole: part of our opponent i is well stated and hit off tf

. 4 An Honor t hi Mot .-John," en. works which bad been hastily thrown up an. of the integral republic 00 woo men to acknowledge this great truth.- 44 I the Mexicans arc still so besetted as to refuse the annexed extract (from the New York Time:

:k4 I quired a domestic of :hopeful pupi what is noycd him s severely, together with the you, in order that through you, the honorable The countless hosts of stars, a they gem the. the of peace, and chose again to plunge into. the war in .Mexico had been disastrous; i i
'tlI a nailer!" A man who : ." said trelcbe which bo had to bridge over, that he Congress of the state over which you preside, heavens like diamonds set in the coronet of the the horrors probable* and the issue chances ol such of war renewed, no one contest.can foresee II our I army-ill-fed, ill-clothed- without proper sup

Joh. "Very good. What is a tailor ?" did not arrive at the gate until late in the afernoon. may know it that His Excellency i firmly re. darkness, all declare that their lamps were lit the war is now renewed-after Gen. has asked plies. arms, or ammunition-without order cr been discipline
tails." o. stupid here ho halted and solved to the shrine The hoarse :ol -poorly equipped and red-Ila
iu11 I 6 who makes you attempted to prosecute military operations against at Divinity. voicesoflho for an armistice, after cegociations 1 commenced boston Mexicans, .baCewould
follow," said the dominie, biting his lips, "a Lombard the city, which he did during the rest the invaders. angry billows, in their ceaseless rise and at his solicitation, and after the fair promise hare shamefully fallen on by(the administration( the ftoj-
I man who makes tails ?" Yes, master," returned of the day and the day following, doing im. And that whatever bo the consequences resulting fall, murmur that they evidence the fact. The small held out by the lnica authorities there will be eminent, and it would be justly cbnoxrou lo pu>

flJ John, 6 if th#tailor did not put tails to mense damage. In some cases whole blocks from the \va yet his excellency is de. bone and muscle of every beast of the field- hostilities opposition to any il extent country, and with to Ihe any rrtlcutionor decree ol licen.sure.4'IJut when every thing that has beta*

: the coats be made, they would all jackets!" were destroyed and a great number of men, termined to wage it in every possible manner, the waving of the wing of every bird of the vigor that may be required. No treaty stipulationshalf done has been done done. well should-nucceasfully it not inure doot-t lo tW.

: "Sit down, John, you're an honor to jour women and children were killed and wounded. and every attainable means. A heroic re.listanco air-the beauty of the smallest insect which so favorable to Mexico a those offered,can ever nmpbanlly honor, the popularity-why,and of that Adou*
' 1d maternal parent." The picture-was awlul. Oae deafening roar was made in the capital, for the space floats in the breeze, attest the solemn truth. again be made Miration t >he President reputation and his.Cabint propciea

3t1 Fatal Dad.-We understand that a duel, fled our ears, one cloud of smoke met our of 0 days, but length Ihe enemy established Every tree, every plant, every flower, alike Married in CabarruM old North Slate and favored M repeal of the laif.of 1S42- Denunciation -
i and then mixed with and himself in and from which witness the fact. Coulty. loudly and empty treasury( mi
positions is .
which proved fatal to,one of the principals ayes now fimes places same Every thing indelibly August 19, Mr. Peter Shank; to Miss Caty Shinn Had tnlowcd., followed, the Preside"
amid it all'! could bear the the his missiles and projectiles could reach the stamped with the of depice.
zi1f was fought in the Dismal Swamp, near we impress Deity. and also in Racine County Wisconnan, September ', w.uld been'censured for his relinquibmenl! o
folk on Wednesday last. The combatantswere wounded and dying. But the city bravely, re. peacefu thousands of !the city, then the su- Mr. Andrew Jackson Key to MNs Tabitha Locke. cound and healthy system ; but the tariff of *
_ w : Ferdinand Harris and Edward Yellowly, listed the hundreds of flying shells. It burled prerie government,-seeing the state of affairs Georgia Upland cotton is good for coarse A friend at our elbow, in pointing out the above, baa produced more revenue, awl ffurded a fte

both or Pitt !, in this State ; both Law. back defiance to the blood-thirsty Yankee, to be such as warranted their dCJarurr cbang.ed tarns. The staple is short, light and feeble. strenuously protests against such matrimonia con. protection to inultr. I* ha not f Mailed! inooeni
.A by reuioa.county The first fire grazed Har and convinced him that his bombs ccud! not their abode ; and yerYln bae the It was called for a long limn Bowed cotton," junction ou Ihe prcsumpliontbat they are clearly that Benefit James of IIH Iw.,.U P. Ik ,ceeptedtheof&eben0WhaW project ? Froa the *.

1L: yers ri's ah and the second killed him in. reduce the Mexican capital. pleasure,of announcing to your excellency the from ihe fact that it was separate from the within,the degree .of Vonaansjuinihr.prohibited by be has be* x unremitting i iiv his effort 10 r .

: l.h. I itantljr 1f.bn passing through his brain.f .- The enemy then changed his plan, and tile .upon which i will fix, which at present is iced by the blows ofa v Ihe canons rf the Church. its duties < ritnJcutl.ar.d I rseoo'lI!. w* t t'S thiFr



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country. H" cabinet u a lecidlly able one-!his service in "'laida.which I understand has been pub PROCLAMATION. Sale itt Monday: i* November next. CUSTOM hOJS:, ) N E.Wf'A"N C.y, GOO 0 S'-. !

1pOiDment. n far human rt-iht (11,1 r".h:" li.he and I shall be content to let the AFALACHJCOLI, Sept. 18, 1847. j

bees gtorrally good-hi* hbor" hit b 'I ...,'cn autfci .orda judge upon that statement alone u to the Sea Sale.T will be received at this Office until v S. .. BUR B\ I

hoaes'y unimpeachable.Auother propriety of their establishment, especially when it )Y virtue of facias, ie from the PROPOSALS- (25)) day of October, 12 o'clock .

is remembrethat the act of 1S45- reducing the Jj Clerk'n office o Leon Circuit Cour. wherein M., for building two new Light Houses and two HAS j'wt received per Brig Henrr Eock, and i ii

Taylor Letter. I att. postage, it my duty to le ojl con Isaac W. Mitchell pJaDtif. and Henry DeU. Keeper HOUMC at Cape St.Bias and Cape St.George offering for sale, a general! orlarbt .f I

One BROxwjf.of Char1 ton. S C., nctwith- trct alone for the mail ,ulrt. survivor, &U this day. respectively, of the following materials dimensionsand Fancy Good, consisting i in part of

I.r. the againrt; those may further add that the writer in the Herald on, and expose to public sale, before the CourtHouse description viz : Stiperiof blk French SatintlfiUan printed Castcxrr t

landing the anathema of Whig does the grossest injustice to the delegation from door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first TOWERS. Rich Fqolar ilkShawJot.{ ,

who thus trouble the old hero ba another Florida in imputing to them any inatfentioi t" the Monday in November next within 11gl hours thefollowing Rich plaid! Ombre Silks, ,R>h enTJ Frrocti CArr

Utter from Gen. TAT touching the Presidency, nterft of the people of Florida, so fa a the mail d.-scribed property, to wit Trip tower to he built of hard brick the form Mosaic plaid Silts, ', Twilled SlIa"I''
La.
round, 'foundations to be sunk as deep as necessaryfor
nice is Sec lO.T1NorthR2thsv3Erifth.SE
be found in a not her column (,f our paper. I; concfrnt.1,1Ia1 Tarltoa Silk ftaahaxre 'Blade C.shmr. Shawl. !
which may cheerfully co-operafe in carrying into 1 of S.* 3T 1, R 2, N It. E; the W i of the S security and tha outside and inside coures of Printed Barege jRich figured bonnet Rib': t

TATUOR says tmphatialJ he i is not a candidate/or: suggest ion recently made h yon.1 hit the ec WHEREAS Thanks and praise are due from the of Sec 3, T 2. R 1,N A. .,and three acs<*of W. brick to be laid in good Hydraulic cement; the heightof Plaid Cashmere, ,j 1 boos. (
but declaratijn made in ) :>le of the Dilate ol Florida to the the N W of the W of each tower to be sixty-fife fret from the surface of
the Presidency! repeat vessels belonging to the navy btrployed.! after their corner 4 Sec 1OT1R2, Rich em'd Victoria rr bc. .
hii former letteM.lhat he would feel l boijid 10 accept services in the war shall be unnecessary, in Author of All Good fur the health prosperity, and NA.E; also, the W loftheNElofSeci5TJ. the ground ; their diameter at the base to be twenty Rich need lew orktfl Chem-rJd! Moumlfig paid Cirgitellttl -
other blessings which as a l pwple, have been N of R 2. and the W cf theN W of two feel,and at the top twelve (feet. The thickness I
transporting mails on the coast (rom to F J 4 Sec 1.'I.T j ba e 16
the vniceof I
the office if tfnere to him by general with regularity and dispatch : but pint pint permitted to enjoy during the current sear : I. N "f R E; and the E i of the N W 4 of Sec of the walls at the base to be four feet, and uniforcily Mourning Collar,. Do. duo Cuftn.fti.! '

the people without rrgaid: tn their political differences an act of Congress. Therefore i is u proclaimed that THURSDAY, the 15,T 1, NoIR2, E; aud the W J of tht S E 4 of to two feet at top. The top is to be arched on whichis Lisle Headdress,
and adds afterward, that he will not 25th November next, be set apart to be observed Sec3TlNR2E. to be laid a soap stone deck, fourteen and a half-
the
; per As to unworthy motive attributed to me by the Siik Fring, ;Satin stripe blk BaregeLidics / j
mit himself to made a candidate writer in the Heraldof desiring to favor the Charles throughout the State as a day ol( Thanksgiving and Levitd upon a* the property of said dffeo1nt. and feet diameter five'inches thick ; the joints filled in beaver kid .luvr .;Cr.pe de Land( '
b ncu.inJ.by Praise to Almighty Go ton interest at the expense of any other part of thecountry Lone white I'olka Glove,, Embroidered Cnhiori .
political party. hand and the .seal Venty-four by inches, to enter the lantern.
any Given under great A. twenty
my A. FISHER Sheriff.
I am ure it doe not deserte notice from Zephyr Royal and Victo-. Crape Sb \If.
This letter will net revjve the sliort-livrd party me. I am, respect lullv. [SEAU] of the Sttl. at the Capitol this 10th Oc- BY J. W. SHERWOOD, D S. The scuttle door an iron frame covered with copper. ria Hood. < Veisct,- .,

zeal of the Whig for old Rough aud Ready. While Your obedient servant tobr, i47.- Sept 2S, [Oct. I',] 1S47.. 12 The outside wall of the tower to be well whitewashed Plaid \Vo J and XapiVr atin Amazon C.ihm r",
w. D. MOSSLCT. lwiceovcr. There are to be six windows in each
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hi* name was Deded for popular upon elections (Signed) C. JOHNSON. Shawl., jPari Silk Brocade
of twelve each
fed tower, light eight by ten glass. in
Hon. Mr. WFSTCOTT. October 1C, 1S-I7. 13 Sheriff's Sale. Ombre Stradilla Sliawls ted and Dir \
they u-ed-it freely and confidently,but !o soon C3All in the State copy. strong frames and + door sit feet by three, made of j Spot 2jurtd
Senator liom Florida. papers Y virtue of writ of Embroidered Shan, It 's2d
a fri facial, i issued from the double inch boards, crosS nailed with substantial f
he refused to tie soul and body, to the B
a bim'EH. No. 50. Clfrk' office of the Court for the countyof hinges,lock and latch. The ground floor is to be mourning cloth Shaw J",1"ilk :suc Cieghania! a
Sale of Lot paved
of whiggery, they began quietly to him Statement which accrued frotn the Do. embroiJerrd do. Real Blanket
I car drop ; of sic!! revenue Leon Middle Circuit ot Florida, wherein the with brick, and a sufficient number rif circular Large ,
Post OJfice at K'ey Jlsl and St..lHgU9tinr, Florida be sold at public auction, in fn of of rcy Plaid Merirto Shawl. and Ru :
and among them he stands now in a rnudi weaker WILL Union Bank of Florida is plintif James F. stairs, made of two inch pine boards to lead to within jCarptMicsr :s

position with reference to the I'residency than he aim of the net tevenue irMch accrued from ofce. in the Capitol fur rn'' nn Sj'urday, Trottie is defendant, I have
f the Slate of Florida. in the tercral i'lorttr' oft the day of November, 1M7- LOT No. SU. in the cxpow f,>r sale, before the Cot'rt Home door, in the form, and connected by a centre post. From the Slides ardTa>*ej, FancV colored Alpaca. pltin: ansI{
did sir months ago. So fa as the democrats are con- tfie 1 tnding 3f ah North West of Section thirty-one. Township figured. Ladies and Children Shoe of all tit If'*.
Il (tflral.'raT Jln quarter city of Tallahassee, on Monday, th, Ctb day of Deember top cf the stairs to the scuttle to be an iron ladder ;
cerned the few who committed themselves J in his North of une.Vt t. This lot w < wilL other articles-the whole
.. Rev. one, Range I .- next, within legal hours, the fulow-lg des"iSed with steps two arid a half inches wide Each Light numoro'is constitu'
favor were not able to shake the faith of the Key West j f. Cts.' |>-t.Augustine.3d .t. Ct,.I tt purchased by W. H. Wyatt Esq. at tle original sale property, to wit : Houd 10 be furnished with one complete electrical tiny a vi ry choice and extensive assortment.. 1

't( the party in the creed, that principles teat mlst of the lots in said quarter section, and acId under an iVorfh i of Section 17,T 3, R I N and E.VjofSE4" conductor of j inch diameter made of copper with Tallahassee September$, IS-17. 10
S
bo. Stf agreement with said Wyatt and imself, in accordance \ 17T3Itl, joints,to run four feet into the earth.LANTERNS. .
1lkt1 to before men, and that no man, however qr. MS.- S" ti! ;qr. '-45. ,173 51 1, \ the conditions of the original i sale. Sid lot F.Jot: S\\r4 1 i. T 3, RI, Goods for Gentlemens' Wear. :
4 2 us !.ni' 1 '. %
eminent either in a military orciiilcapacityshouldbe CO adjoins the lot and residence of Capt. A. E E i of S W cf Section 17, T 2, R 2, Nand E.WJofSE4 ; Black! ,and mile Black Broadcloth Fancy
I Hi.:; I fit J 45. t 2.535 30 ? The lanterns and lighting in BLUE
apparatus now at
: in French town. use
for station 17.T2.R2, ? Sittlnets, Jt'a1l8. Ricn S
a k'enttcky
political ;-
.upprte responsible '- '4' ; HI I 2" I'll I () 71 217"1 BENJAMIN BYRD .St. Josephs and St. George Inland Light Houses are 4
17.T',12, tin Vesting Silk Velvet Rich Satin Silvered .
"ble principles are unknown or unCerlain. But a J I' SI Gel 3 71 ':13:1: :j Treasurer and Commissioner i.c. Eiof1WJ to be transferred to the new towert, the contractor VMiny? -
mall portion of that therefore his .1 S i 74 27'JI (f n, T 2. R2, to re-glaze the lanterns with French glass Vetinjts, Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravat, a
party aJ\cte : : : Tallahassee, October 10. fM7. 13 cT2R2, plate and general assortment of certlemen' Dootaaml ?
1 '47. 91 J I 47. I" 1 40 NWofSE4 .sintIhem white inside and black ouuide and hres. f
elevation to the Presidency. They waited for further '4"- r :: :'; SE4fSW4 J } 'r'.R2, place Hat and Cap ; also, a large stock t>l ready mad
2 r' fl.. 2 I 3,200 00 FALL 847.1TE them on the new towers in a proper condition for
evidence his ;: :
to sub
opinions important
a on -- Levied upon a, the property of saiLs: defendant, and clothing t received and for sale by. ,
lighting.
of national are opening our stock of FALL GOODS, and' to be sold to said l writ fieri ( S. LURNEY.
jects policy. I TAYLOR is a whig, f'S :tl 110. 40 20,395 : satisfy of acl. The contractor will l.e allowed to use alfucli materials :
: 't will sell them Iu>. September
1S47. 10
/- A.
"hich !fem!most probable far as he i is sr.y thing &. LINDENBERGER. October 2, IS 17. nSirrh riC (as are suitable fur good and substantial wotk) f.

politically, he will not he supported by th"-m. Con. 10,197 nRCIE1T HWill I that can be obtained from the Inn era anal dwelling

ofthe e Not ia-estimated. -October--10. 1t,17.--1 13CAROLINA --- _ homr at St. Joseph point and St. George's Island, Negra Clothing.PIECES r :
nectinthis state two with the declarations
parties HOUSE, be Mli.hrd at Washington lily, p, (I'., and also the brick and granite of Ihe old tower atDo .0 K'rs..o do. Plaids20Sn! Li5 ;
of this letter, the conclusion is unavoidable I ,3 bales .wcIOjnabnr! Virginia *,
THE BEVEXTH OF -4 Island. A sufficient qnarfjfy of good brick it says ; \
MAIL PAY IN FLORIDA. Oo PKCCM3CII KtIT,
that he will not b a candidate. Both partie3 will QUIXCV, fIOlDA. ;._. Relieved, may be obtained from the above named balrs 4-1 DoCK fiY*, 3 do. 7-S Domestic*. 5d. 3-4 ,

bold Con\enionc, but lie would not a nomination Roueo: 3303. $100'Route No. 3"1S, S'VX' ) "'sTR have leased for a term of years .mba One of the tuil,.'ings to complete the new ones. ., 10 bales :' 'nr" blanket. 5 I.tltro l'J.'t'! :

from either separately. This is accept his fucd determination 3HUt 3319, -00 large and commodious; r ;ai> UNITED STATES REPORTER, DWELLING HOUSES.A wool bats and caps. Jut rccei,ed and fr .lr !l.g I :
: 145 a' 3520 9iO'I formerly known as Armstrad'a Hotel s. F. UR.\IY.
repeatedly fJpH'sr. Then, he can. 3.07.:" 1511 321. 174 recently the Marshall House, and will tbt1 A DAILY .JOURNAL. OF (.O"ERSMF T, L..LA.TnI Dwtllins Jlour-e for the keeper is to be built at S-pten.ber C.r, 1S17. 10 ''I'I''I'do.

not become a candidate. un'ess both concur in norr.i- : SMS.; 33>i, 3502'Ux for the rcceptionofboardcrsand: \i'itor! : AriD GLXtR.'L .NEWS -nch 1.13"e. 33 by 2)f**.t. foundation hard brick,wall I

a' 3509. 3523., ; )) inst. The proprietors pledge thersel\s one foot thick, laid IS &'ches be5ow the surface of HardwareIRITAXJCIA :
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and this fO'
him every body knows to be utterlyimpossible. rpUE subscriber is now enabled to announce thecoIlllletion
cating .. feet
2)1 .
above which i ii
their receive and I the ground and carried 2 : on f.
3510.S5H be to en ,
I 3:21. 3iO thing shal spared on part J. of hisarmargements: for I he f.-t.Mi)I"h. up s amcI' Coffee Urns,Britannia Tea and Cf.J
; 'a 3523, 4S50 manner all who may feel disposedto to l he laid a frame building,sills squarc.posU -U fee .
} do.
well
:proper nieiit of and independent Journal 'olt. Candl sltcks. 'd<. Lamps Fir
oNews
The old hero, unless he surrenders ( he The table will I (organized feet 4 S. braced abovE ->nd below;.lower .
a thing 2512. 7tt 3V!0, 40 favor them with their patronage. at the Seat of the General Government.The 11 high, by Ftn.1crs with brsss knobs Brass Fire Logs, SfMr: !

never does) his stand, repudiating all dependence : 2H. 3327. 37- be furnished with the best the maiket and adjacent leading features of the United Slater Reporter !oring joists2 inches by S, IS inch artbridged; arid TongsBlacksmith'slre1lowsgndTmoiscarpn. .:
'I the bar with the choicest chamber floor 2 6.1:; inches apra', to be laid e
and by
afford, joists
7 can
upon party for the Presidency,can attain that 3\ 3.:9. t'45. country will be Ihe following : ters Toolo, and other Hardware G!every descriptionJn f
nee a' : 7S0 Wine: Liquors and Cigar In short, no exertions I. -o that the rooras finish 8 fret; 6 inches joo.f one- received and for sale /
Early Intelligence The times leave c
honor. ot *
signs tfe for oof
no room t. 351 be wanting to render their House one of the third pitchrafter by 4 inches; sides, end a.d ,
12.033 I rico,* 2J. ISH. '
"i t \ doubt on this subject. 3517.: I 11,597 Vf best in the State for comfort convenience and I to D l lpw.tm"irs and to Foreign of boarded l I.y gooo seasoned pine board! and shin,'Ieiitli i.
C21 living. tslC the r\lton. \\ the best junipercypress or cedar shingles, lai'Jnot I I
goO 'tht country will be given n with fidelity S New Buggies and Harnesses. f f3rif.TE '
Florida Mails Letter from the P. :\ Gc'1.We Tota1.23G31) MCMILLAN & EIZZELL. peculiar facilities 'lor > inlorma- more than 4 inches to the weather on th! roof
Quincy, October 10( Ibt7. 13 3m Posicsaiag obtainiag or trove than 5 inches the side and ends; the houseto LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with Harm*. <
.
noticed some time since an article in the St. hun. the Reporter" will be enabUtl fre-inently to I i1
be divided into two rooms with an entry between Assies (without top,) ar.elll.rn.-,
Augustine Herald assailing the Post Master General I .Attempt Iv.isQ"att Cop Bragg -A correspondent Groceries. cOIuunicatt important character.exclusively, intelligence of the mot 7 feet wide; chimney in each end and afire placein Just received and fuu\Ie! low for cash at the Store f (;

and the Florida.Senators respecting the Florida mails. I of the New Orleans National writing from TUST received from New York, the following arti- I 1. The Verbatim Reports t f the Proceeding!and each room below, with three windows in each pa. St-pt.15. Isa 17-; _J. R. FORTUNE. : ;

One of our Senators having handed the article to Mr. Monterey, under date of August 2C; gives the following .I cles, to wit : Dibatrt of the United 'tatn which the l l"r. twelve J lights each 10 by 12. f f
/tftt. The stairs to lead from the into the attic Rifles Shot-Guns. f.tASSOlTED
entry
of Rio and Codec, ; all
JOHMOX wrote the letter inserted below, whichwe particulars an attempt by some miscreant Iazuir proprietor; is hound to furnish daily to tht body, in '
closet back of the stairs alltie divided into two
i t
upon the life of the gailaut Captain JJKACC, of the Sperm accordance with the terms of the made at ; qualities ,ius and price jn t TV'
cheerfully publish as an act of justice to all con Crushed and Loaf Sugar the close of the last session r
cerned. We a list of the Bid3 for the Artillery : Pearl Starch: the chambers to be subdivided into two; a Southern
reei\e ; raa ementj now made will at once fully secureto theSenate September, 1S4 1(1( |
Florida mails some weeks since from Mr. WESTCOTT, .Some fiend in human shape ]la1 nicht; made a Superior Mustard, of the United States au authentic and com window in. the entry between the chamber, 10 1 lights .

terrible illustration' of a little mc-re grape CaptainBragg Lemon and Raspberry Syrups, plet record of its Debates! and to the S by 10. collared ith lead, as well as both the chim- Willow and Wooden Ware. .
but have had ; a
not to it. Great
room ai jet publish ,' fur he under the bed of the gallant Strawberry and Ginger do. Ieeple-in ncr ; door in front and back of the entry one in IJL
rbce greatly enlarged dereIhe benefit TNFANTS Carriages,do.Chair,Cedar Tuba,bras* -tbo.md
complaint exists as to our mails. both with regard to soldier an ; with a train leading Chewing; Tobacco, epe.reuce. each room above and below and to the closet ; the
and cf
sagacity statesmanship that body to Pails, well I'uckrts Sugar Bailer.; : Srruo /
the meagre character< of the facilities afforded a also otbyIlich it was ienitcd. The explosion was Rifle Powder &.C., &(, for sale byALFRED they have ever looked with solicitous and re. door to be 4 pannelled, one inch thick, except the Brooms Hearth Brushes, ice., i.c., a general .soitmenf ..
front and back door, which to be 1J inch. The
the E. HOC. are
with respect to their arrangement and regularity, but Irrrifc fortunately Captain received no in- pectful regard. juat received atd lor sale bv :
Two of the through his bed October 16, IS-l7. I front with frieze lights with a good lock, bolt and
we are satisfied it is not attributable to inattention mlie.Hnt :_ _ HI. Tfte Proceedings and Dtlalcs in the lloust S. F- BURNCV.Spfember :
any and with window in each
without latch
touching him. His escape is looked hung good hinges: a 'I'
uponas Jiejirtftntatists also be with l
on the part of our delegation in Congress, andwe miraculous: the contents of tie shell being scat- BULL & PRATORIUS, and \il utmost given' ( fulness.. chamber, twelve lights, 9-10. Parlors, chambers 23. 1q47. 10 > ::

; have confidence it \jill be speedily remedied. teed around for a hundred yards. No cause is as At the corner store urdu the Stntinrl Office and djv's impartiality. record will be completely made up, und appearin } entry, below and above and closet,lathed, pl'lSterrd Leon Male and Female Academy, I'
this and finished in and decent
signed for atten.pt upon Captain Drag life except the Phcpnii Buildings the Reporter" next morning.IV. a plain manner; gutters
tl.at some of his men think that he is se- opposite the back and front of the house, with trunks lead off TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

Po i OFFICE IIP.'RDfEXT. ) severe in discipline. This is the second attempt to NOW OPENING a choice andtl selected A Synoptical Vitr of Procttdmt. and the water tl> a cistern ; an opening in the brick foundation :
September I j : ARE Debates ofaU the State ;; regularly exercises of this institutIon will be resumed
upon his life. of CLOTHS! :\ VEST- i each side of the house, 12 by S inches; a piazza TilE
i Dear Sir:-1 have examined the article in the St. INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. The great given. Members of Congress and classes on the front side of the house 8 feet wide floorto the first Mondav in October ,,"
Augustine Herald of the JUth and 24th ult. which readers will thus be kept fully and systematically informed Rev. WILLIAM NEIL, A. JaI., Principal of it* .'
from the 'atwnal Jnfellienccr.GENERAL care and taste btowe in the select ion of these goods be six inches below the sill of the door the toot
handed me a few since, in relation to the of Domestic Legislation in all sections of the Male School. .
you days warrant them saying to all who wish to purchase shingled ; all the wood work except the roof, paint.ed 9
mails from Charleston to The writer of the TAYLOR. United States.V. Mrs ELIZA .'. NEIL, Principal of fhe Female 11
torida good bargains, you will do well to call and examineour two coats ; all the floors in the house to be laid ,
article, over the signature ," Early Intelligence of important morcmentt School.
censures
.
block. It would be a great tax on time and double.At .
the Department for a violation of the Jw. and quotes We bare received from Dr. Bronson, tho to enumerate the different styles and patterns patience in the Legislatures of Great Britain ami France a convenient distance from the dwelling house. The Principals have associated with them I .

the 6lh section of the act to show law madeit gentleman to whom it was addressed, a copy composing this assortment : suffice it to say that a will communicated by every steamer from Europe tf be a frame kitchen 15 by 12,to sland on six brick Mr. JOHN B. GALL'RAITI I "JsiltauI Teacher, .

my duty to let the line to go by St. Augustine. of the following letter from Gen Taylor, with portion of these cloths and c3'iimer are of ISrit- throt'sh reporters in London and Paris, who possess pillars feet from the ground,"even feet post boarded Col. JOHN B. 1JF.CORCETcactieruf. tkeFrencrl ..5.Langua"eanil .
facilities for .
The punctuation of hat section may leave some doubtas its alll'fc Lustre" and the clothing and peculiar obtaining information.VI. roof one-third windows .
a requester insertio in the I Intelligencera Boasted and shingled ; pitch; two .
to the meaning of Congress. but when in connection The General .\ews of the Z>oy will be given Mrs. H. H. BROWN. Tenchf rf Miwie. .
which every article of their stock i is of a style and quality twelve lights S-10. and one door: a chimney -
with other parts of the law no duubt can remain. request we cheerfully and readily that please the mot futdlUJ.The in a condensed form, with industry and attention. with a suitable fireplace! for cooking, with In these Schools v ill be taught the usual branches

The proviso the Sth section gives the authority comply withIIEAOQUARTICI- \"il would mention that these CLOTHS are of Such is a brief view of what the United StatesReporter"is crane, trammel and hooks ; the floor laid double ; of a Classical, Mathematical,and English education.

to the Department to commence the route at Pensa. designed fo be. AH the plans and arrangements In the Female &boo!. Latin French, and Mnsic
ARMY OF OCCUPATION the finest texture, the best English wool dye, French the attic floor single; and matched; one window in
cola or New Orleans, well a* some of the North have been well matured and the hope is will be considered extra,at the charge t-f the
a Camp near Monterey, .\ J5ust 10, Ib-7. wool dyeblack.do. CassimerLoadon wool dye black the attic; compact stairs or steps to go into attic.- respec' .
ern cilie. If the best bid had been (or either of SIR Your letter of the 17th ultimo do. Cas*., French and German black hi,do. Cats., confidently cherished that the U. S. Reporter" will In the rear of each dwelling a Cistern is to be built live teacher .
those places I suppose that even the 'rite would : re. French fancy cot prove itself an energetic industrious, dignified and of hard brick lined with Roman Should the nnn.ber cf pupils increase sufficiently
CQimer. cement large
Dot have contende that St. Augustine was to be questing of me an exposition of my views on VESTINGS of fine black S.tin. fine plaid Satin perfectly independent journal. It will I have no party enough to contain 2500 gallons, covered'with heart juttify it, further competent additional a*>iit.rurf

made a point on The object of the lam was to the questions of national policy now at issue Silk Woollen Velvet Cashmerett and Polknel. views-no political bia. The proprietor by the pine boards, with a door on top, into which the rain will be procured. ,
have a line of steamers from some place on the Atlantic terms of his contract with the Senate of the United Terms &c., as usual. .
between the political parties of the United Cerro Gor to anj Cherubusco. :Monterey chtktd. gutters from the dwellings are to lead. ,
coast to Chagres,and from Panama to State, i ii bound to the condition! that the paper Tallahassee, September I*. 1M7. & 6t
Oregon States has reached fIADIADE CLOTHING.-S duly me. shall contain discussions the de-
and connected by a land mail across the Isthmus so no political except
drtss frock coats, do. English wool dye the aboVe named work until the whole in each
fnd case
to have a direct mail communication to the citizens I must take occasion to say that many of (ate*." It will be a vehicle of NEWS-not the organ New Flour. -
a do. do French Ca of the United States residing on the Pacific. my letters addressed to gentlemen in the U. black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin opera of any set of opinions. The grand aim of the by theunderaigned.c'rsuch person as he may appointfor K BARRELS, and 20 half LUrrel. ..

Touching at places on the Gul was a secondary con States in answer to similar inquiries, Lave already coats, black beavercloth sack and oytr-coat, black subscriber is lo establish at the Seat of( Government that purpose. The entire work to be completed *J\J Just received and for sale by .
sideration, depending the place Selected a faithful and prompt reporter cf all sorts of intelli- S 15 9 LLOYD &. FLACG. .
entirely upon Ig47.
been made and I had Cloaks. Pantaloon fine bUck. Cas lm r.medium by the first day of March. 19IS. < pt. .
for the greatly j rctponsiblc agent, on which the politician
departure. The construction of the law pullc jjence-a
of Ca
do., a great variety fancy imer pants of the SAMUEL W. SPENCER Collector
hoped that all had this the business the manufacturer the mechanic Fresh Groceries.
,
contended for b Ae writer urged by yourselfand persons by man
latest '
a style. "Il. ofvery description. Military And Sup. of Light House, District of
colleague, Inlaid not satisfy me of its propriety.The time obtained from them and every one interested in the affair of Congress HERRINGS. Shad Mackerel
a sufficiently accurate Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Cravats sell- Oc.'ober 2, IS-17. 11 3t Apalachicola. SCALED ,
ra.il to be taken in steamships, and the and the Government, may rely at allt times \\ith implicit and Water Cracker. s.
\1 knowledge of rny views in relation to this adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost eer)
.
contract to provide for the purchase of ihm b\ the As it with a outfit. ,thi.S confidence.It List of Letters Crushed, Powdered, bat, and P. R. Scjara,
that suchis
Cnite States, I directed in the act (if I 1S45. subject. appears however I conntctt. ltntl'mar'l ail orders according is i believed that Ihe establishment of inch a reliable Linseed, Whale and Snerm Oil, .
Tat I are
provided that the preference should: be i\ea i not the case, I deem it proper, in reply to to 1." latest pr a'ul most approved e'tCule styles.N. journal Intelligence, on terms which place T IX) EMAINING in the Post Office. at Tallahassee. Currants and Smyrna Raisins,
Florida 1st October 1847.Abncy
the contract to those who propose to carry the mail; your letter, distinctly to repeal tht I am not B. By the nest arrivals we expect to receive it within the reach of the great masses of the people Stewart's Double Refined Syrup a. '

in rfearmhip or ship-," and who would stipulate! before the People of THE REMAINDER. at the commencement of what promises to be a Benjamin T Johnson, Green do. Candies,
deliver them the United : tll Stae as a inIM inlcrestin and eventful period in the hi,torof Allen Benjamin F 4 Johnson Carrol
to States for the purpo.e candidate October 10, IS 17. 13 > Pickles, &c.,just rcci ed and for sole by -
of being converted into rlu /. of trar. The advertisement for the neil PrefiJtncy. It is rny) f Congressional pn c.<:eding, will 1 be regards! with Atwell, Miss E A Johnson, John A Sept iS. 1S47. 9 LLOYD fc FLAHfl. V

wa made in pursuance of the Uw inviting great desire to return at close of this favor by all clashes of( the community ; and, having .\dJison, R J Johnson Blaney ,, .

pro1o.1 lot service likxa each point designated i to the di&charge i of those professional duties and months after Notce. thus stated his object, the subsctiber respectfully Anders, James W 2 Jerkins, Miss Mary E 2sliton. Fall and Winter Goods. .

on t including St. Augustine from to the ol' SIX dat., prtSnt my accounts solicits a liberal and general support (run the en- \ John Jerkins Zachariah RECEIVED ( New
those York
cst enjoyment domestic pursuits vouchers to the Judge of ; of JUST rem by Brig henry ,
the cities lon. 1r"IIIl' public of the United States. .\ndison.JIiII1l Lee Thomas .I
North of it, as well omitting it. ligthened J
a from which I called Jefferson and letters of Buck, a large assortment cf I
was at its county &
From the information recehed at the Department, commencement ( JAMES .\. HOUSTON, : Allen, Mrs S A Lanier Col A II
I dobte if St. Augustine tobe included, whe and fur which my tastes and education m Admilstrator on the estate of Henry Ftldberg, Sttnograj tothr Senile of tJe U. S. i BelllmJ.lbrriS n Maddox David STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS-

the any ( could have been obtained. Upon best fit me. } late of Jefferson (ountdCCf!- fc}- The United States Reporter": will be printed I 3agley, Thomas Maner, Capt Win Groceries, Hardware, Wood and Willow War,

Oy receiving a statement from Judge Bronvon and I deem it but due to candor, at the IC. 1S47.HENRY GREENBERG.13 Cm Aem'r.Octrhrr on a large and handsome sheet a-id i isued every 1 Jciider, Parker Mcintyre, Dr G A Rope and Bagging, Nails and Iron, l seI

others, I think upon application it was copiedand morning except Sundays, at the rate ot <>>0 per an- Northman, William ,Meacham, Banks Boots. and Shoes, Sugar Boilers, &c. &c. ,
YO'I time that if I
to state called
came were to FIT sale bv :
John B
Mills G
for to come gentlemen w ho were Notice. uum. Brady '
t be 'adt<,with a view of inducing espeuc pro the Presidential Chair by th genera voice of In connection itb the duly: paper, there will be *rigg.", Mrs Selathia Mills Mrs Eliza J Sept. IS. 1S47. 9 LLOYD &. FLACG. 4

pose to go by St. Augustine. You also urged the th people without regard l political dif ALL persons indebted to the estate of Thomas J. issued from the same establishment Brooks James M Mills, Wm
deceased, are hereby notified to make Bradford, Doct N Miller Charles K Blankets. j
propriety of calngt Fernandina, w II're. it was erencc:, I should deem it to be my duty to ac. THE MIRROR OF CONGRESS.
immediate
and
payment ; all those having demands Buckncr. Presley R ,Daniel NEGRO BLANKETS
alledged. a good harbor if St. Augustinecould cept the office. But while I freely avow will their accounts, attested, to the This publication will contain exclusively the Re. MeVpy inn UU .
not be made a The vessels used be. myattachment present properly Booth. Dr. John S Morris Gideon :* 50 pairs bed Blankets, (tssotfed ) lU, Ia;
of the and Debates
of the
tween Wilmington and pint or from Charles- to the administrative policy of our undersigned who is duly authorized to settle the ports Proceedings Congress luckner, John B Neighbours Mrs M A 2 Just in store and for sale! by t'
of the United States. It will be issued
ion Jo Savannah, are not of the class which, I pre- early Presidents, I desire it to be understoodthat same. Agent for JAMES Butler.T.Administratrix.ARCHER, in an elegant quarto-form, throughout the semi-weekly sessions ofCongress Butler Jacob Niles Bugby _Sep. IS, 1517. 9 LLOYD tFLACO.

.the Government would think of bu\ig to be I cannot submit, even in thus accepting October 16, 15-Margaret 13 ..' and will be furnished to subscribers at the Crow.trtler,James Thomas Pedwith Owens, Lswretia,Mrs Eliza Boots and Shoes. !

osed a vessels of war ; no do I presume they would it, to the exaction of another pledge to t rate of Two JMlart for the long session, and One
be a Coker Col P T Patrick,1\Ji.s Elizabeth 1 CASES RUSSET "
considered safe for the Gulf BROGANS *
a* crossing to Chagre. Sheriff's Sale. Dollar for the short session. It i believed that this i
the I should than that of dis.
Be course Miss Eliza Plant John 5
Conway
pursue cases dd.
fli. a it may, when the bid were national work will bu deemed indispensable in Kip :
was no 0ne proposing to touch at "amine.. Augustine charging its functions to the best of my abili BY virtue of writ of fiej-i facias issued from the great the library of public institution,politicianand Cook, Mark A Perry, Oliver H 2 cases French Calf Boots,
in Clerk't office of the Circuit Court for the county I every Took,Mr Elizabeth Padrick Jonathan 2 1 case Water do
steamships and I had no alternative but togire ty and strictly in accordance with the require. professional man throughout the and thatit proof
of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein the country ; Cooper, Philip Pridget, John W 100 ladies
up the whole line or omit St. Augustine ; in ments of the con sthuiion.I will be regarded by the great mass of the people pair French Kid Slippers, .
trath. I decided to give the route, as the Union Bank of Florida up appro. the best text book for their
have thus given the circumstances son i is defendant, I have levied and will a* very political own instruction ochranTAoiBas 1Randton., II Ladies
bation., to which I wa restricted would not evi you upon expose and that of their children. Walking Shoes and Gaiters* !
dent Ijr establish t bt whole line. under which only can I be induced to accept fur sale, before. the Court house door, in the city of avis, Elias Randolph Mrs Ellen Just received and for *alebvSep. .

The gentlemen frou Charleston, having the lowest the high and responsible office office of Presi- Tallahassee, on Monday the dth day of Decembernext IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. I>e e, ChesleyJishong ] Robinson Major Edward 15. 1547. if LLOYD"1FLAGG.. C
within legal hours the described Dr LouisJrejtn. 3 Scot I Robert R
bid. from Charleston lo Havana following ,
urged me to of the add
United States. I need
hardly Throughout the session of Congress Ertras will
wit
rent to Peter 2
change my determination, and to adopt their bid propertv : Seabrook.Joscph Reports of the Supreme Court
as ,
the commencement of the line which I did, I cannot in any case permit myself be W i >fS W lS 31, T2 R 1. N and W. ; Wi be iitied from the office of the United States Ke- Donl1i&IIi<, lion. Thomas Sander*, W J
and
their agreeing to accept it ; the condition upon that brought before the people exclusively by oINE4Sec27Tl,1l Nand W. porter" containing tile reports of all such Debatesas Dickinson, Rufus Sanders, Louis NOS. 1 completing vol. I, are ins, rea.l-.
upon any be bad
the Store
at Bock
interest may cf P. A. Hayward -
the contract should of the that unfortunate Levied upon as the property of deft-ndantand may posse peculiarly exciting Edwards, Hummer Savage John P
to Congress lor political parties now uie and
their confirmation, b.ubmite to be void to satisfy said writ of ( "ias. All.,inscription and communications to be postpaid Evans S David Smith J at the Floridian Oce. These Reports are .
furthat b' by appropriationmade Iy divide oar country, a their candidate for A. A. FISHER, Sheriff. and addressed Fleece James C 2 Smith. Jackson for the years 154ft and *7, sad frrn a vcluir.e .f nt.t S
purpoe: the
s t
have an opportunity of breaking o writer the Southern will 3 et Ibis office.It ., October 2, IS 17 1 JAMES A. HOUSTON Fagg, Rev G W 2 Smith :Miss Hannah 5.V octavo paes.; price, ** 50 per No.-casJt.

l&neo( steamers, or coerce them to up come by Au.gustine. affords me great pleasure in conclusion, United Stales Reporter Washington C.fc Foster, nrV Smith, Robert Septembertl,1S.i7. 8 5.

Te"r .r ''em. to think that S of fully to concur with you in your high estimateof Groceries.CAPE July 31. b17.! 10 the Fill, J W Scott Norman Just Received
All throughout United State ,
err: newspapers
Congress "I to supply the coast of Florida the virtues both of head and heart of the Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee I lemming, SJ Smith Buckingham I.OUNCES
who publish this prospectus once a week from this James PER BRIG .1XV UL1ZJI. .
with mails in steamboats, and that it u strange that liaisons, and Almond, I Camden Stanford, Isaiah
I refused distinguished citizens [Messrs. CLAY, Wen- date till the meeting of Congress will be entitled loan Grand Malachi John QUININE '
to accept a proposition for supplying the Ketchups. Olive Oil, and I ,. Sledge, TOO ,
offices (rom St. Augustine to Key \\et at 1 SER, ADAMS, McDurnc, and CALHOUX] Pichl.Stach.Candles, Putty and Window P'pperC'Glajs, exchange with the" United States Reporter"and Geddie Daniel Strawn John \\J\J 50 German Leeches,
when all the office would =JJJ San. will be placed on the list of those to whom the Extras I Harley Mrs Sarah Miss Elizabeth of Wild
not probably jield ani.u- mentioned in your letter. I hare never yet Linseed and Train Oil, Sturgcss. Stvtyne Syrup Ckf fivU

ally lUOO-forgetting that the policy of I the Gos em. exercised the pririlrge had 1 Loaf and Brown Sugar will despatched. liar re L, M M 2 Spears Joshua Also, a few choice Regalia SEGAR.S,*Waslirgga i !
ment in itself with the of voting ; bu Hunter Hiram Sprowl Ciawford. and Minerva Brand LEWIS
was, connecting H'trllne.I called last Imperial. Pauchong aad Black Tea*. HEAD QUARTERS, 2d BRIO., 1st Div.. F. M. k AMLS !
the Presidential elec !
.team.hip. to have the control of | i br I'p With a variety of other articles, cnnotilutrng a QUINCY. September 22, 1547. Hurger, David F 2 Tonson John September 11, lI7. 8 ; j

] purposes, and thus to prevent the tii to do so, da 11 certainly have cast large and choice assortment of Groceries, jut received GENERAL ORDERS, No. .1. S louck, W W TaylorThomas AHoIlingsHorth.WmT

great expenditure necessary for an increase of the my voief r .1T. Clay. and for sale by S. F. BUKNEY. Colonel the several 2 Townsend.Miss Mary A For Rent,
commanding
navy i proper .IZ. I am, sir very re September 25, IS 17. 10 THE Battalions composing the 2d Brigade Regiments F. lair, IaHheThompson., Dr Win JlIolt. /UIE STORK now occupied by R. B. D. Vf. 4
I have been at all time anxious to give the best pectfuly. M. will their George Garth Turner, James M JL POST. Possession given first November.
Your cause respective command t > be ,
> assembled James
luldernesa Reuben
accommodations possible to every section of the .eIant.Z. at the Turner LEWIS 4. AME9. '
Adverisement.IENRY following times and places for drill, ,
r lttry. and particularly to Ihe new States; but jus- TAYLOR. review, and inspection : lenry. Wm Tucker Mrs SiraliTurnbull September 11, IS47. S

tic to the whole Union re'1ulrf that the amount of Major General U. S. Army.F. ALLAN will re-open his school in this The 2d Regiment of Cavalry at Tallahassee, on lagood. Charles P Doct Theodore ft

wrvicft should be, to some extent apportioned tcfordinj S. BHONSOX, M. D., Charleston, S. C. the first Monday in October.On Friday and Saturday, 12th and 13th November next. Harrison Charles, Richard Tully Benjamin F Public Land Sale

to the revenues yielded in the different .(rtmni. the of ,candor hi The 2d ngram, TUson Miss Melissa
requires Battalion 8th '
mlony.that at Monday
permanency ,
subject Regiment Jasper UniteD STATES Ljtvb
Irwin J M
OrriCT.
Indeed, the art 'of I he March. Mi 25. die Thomas C MVanBrnnt
3 MAURIED. Ihesame aI.ir. of business which broughthim and Tuesday, 1st and 2d November next. Tallahassee, September
11 .
soy,Wm RichardJones 1S47."VTOTICE
feetsthe discontinuance of all railloutt.vhkh do to Tallahassee have brought him back The 1st Battalion !
Sth Madison
at C.
*** within those ol the On Ihe 14th inst., by E. M. West Esq Mr. ELI. Regiment Col C Holder Wood Edward D 3 I is hereby given, th.t,io pur-Awnc .f in-
affairs which he best
yiel years eipeu2Tt now ; can attend to, and soonest II. on Thursday and Friday, 4th and 5th Nor. next
t one.oua JL i struclions from
II the
JAH B. CLARK to Miss CHRISTOPHER ANN Jones Henry Watson. David Commissioner of the General
'
staining them. get rid of, by residing here. But while exerci- The 7th Regiment at Monticello on Monday and
The idea of supplying the coast of Florida from HOLT both of Lon County. ning his right to pursue the only avocation for whichhe Tuesday,8th and 9th November next. Jones, Miss Mary F Willis,ECWillborn Land Office, under authority veiled in him 6y the
S T S IIJonesWilhism 5th section of the Act of
A Augustine to Key"West. and from Key West lo -- -- -- -- --- in at all fitted, it would give him pain to be the The 6th Regiment at Tallahassee on Friday and Jones Corgrew. approved 3d August
*nceda, at 1 expense of$12 or $h/J.JI)each side Dr. J. H. Scales mean of weakening or disturbing any of the existing Saturday 12th and 13th November next. Wants, B. 18-16, we shall proceed to offer at public safe, -
of Johnson, Miss Jane Wilkins David on the eighteenth day r.f Octoier this office
next.at ,
where there is to be little seminaries, conducted
Ih all
rev- they Th Independent Battalion attached
Pefintula 1 a now are, by to the Cth
Johnson Mr H Yarboro Miss Jane he following described
SURGEGON DENTIST. tract of land situaed
to.b dri"ed from it, I am tore could not ba highly lespectable and competent teacbers-.snd; he Regiment composed the militia of Wakulla county public -
JOI anyone "C'P1 In lookingTvfe. bn found at bin old Rooms at J. L. Demil- trusts that no one wilt remove hit SOD 'from another at Newport on Monday and Tuesday 15th and Johnson, Mm Queen Ann within the former reaerte r.f Ercnchatimiei',vizr
COtrcor. WILL Persons calling for of the above letters Lots 2, 3. 4 and 5 and West
the South
oretbe Florida we t>ow expend Ihe um of } Barding House durin the fall and win- school to his, on light grounds.For 16th November next. any will quarter tf

t2 3 per annum*"Iil.! the entire revenue of the td months, when professionally engaged.Dr. .- the convenience of those whose employments The 5th Regiment at Quincy on Thursday and please say they are advertised MfL Section 9, T 5, N. R 7 W.

wool. Sate for the lat ten *ear ueraed each year S. having just received a large wipply of all. kind debar their attendance at a day school, Mr. A. ii Friday ISth and 19th November next. ES NASH, P. M. Fractional Section 21, (contisliog of Lois 1.2 and
October S.1S47. U 3.) ofT 5 IT. R 7 W., and Lots C and 7, of Scclictt
,
tiwB which is a greater expenditure in proper- of material appertaining to b. profession I' now ready to open an evening class an anon at five or A. K. ALLISON. T N
33, 5 R 7 W-
U; ? t. the revenue than any other Plate in the prepared to perform any operation with BeatoeM and more studiously inclined youths signify to him their Brig. Gen. Cora. 2d Brig. lit Dir.F. M. TITISTAR-S[ BALSAM OV WILD CHERRY for TWO'S.-- J. hIOflSON Rsgi'ter.

I I furnished yotu Mir* hort lime since, a despatch on the moat approved plant. r.adine.to enter it. w. BARTLETT Adjutant G nmi. V V ale by. LEWIS AMES. JOHN w. ARGYLE-; Receiver.
I f t Of Lids ffr the Tftll h .*September I?, 1S47. 9 Ct October 2,1347. J
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: SHERWOOD'S DR. vraorsrFFs BISEYTEET CORDIII..VO U. S. 1MAIL SANDS1 SAKSAPARll August 17.1S47.

IIU.MBL'G' FORTHE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CPRE PROPOSALS will be rcceur.1 at Ibu
MAGNETIC REMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND S
OF ALL DISE.ASDJ ARISING ROM AXIMPfRE office until the 2jib day ol October neat, at 12

rW MAGNETISED PLSTER CTOM or THE srr BtiMrwr 'Trs covcKH STVTE OF THE BLOOD o'clock at neon, for the purchase t.f the interest cf

p4ft a.WEL 21 Ct31t1- OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM the United States at law ard in eqniMr.of the pro-
( Krai" of Ifer Cnrans icd limbs.CHRONIC .
for tiraalr
4r.t hereinafter described the tei and
ret con-
VIZ upon
COKDI\L: : peTty .
DISFLNTI-RV 'Pzlr. ie. w... q..a. : ( ff ,
?.4j DISEASES ri the DRvojLKurrs Itslera M lbrbu Obstinate dilions mentioned below. In mt : I tra Ii.c
h wVrr ScrtfuJa as. K\f* Eat. Rhetanatn, h1aTinite.uSue.tt, 1)i.j S C
: ?: I't % iru"i' i.dieiqi'itsbrdt; e'1rot naT the! Ct.ohts J if.run :. a-d sumnitr Cn'Lnfss $ H.tlJrei From TaUahaa to Macon. Cutaneous Krvftuni, Punpltt er Pufttilei on liktPatt LANDS LYING IN THE STATE OF TEX VI :

3, v.s > n'S *.. lo t\I hv "i from T.iUah.s.'eet.1fie. B'otthrs. Riles C.renk f.rr Eyrt, King -- I here-by cent tfc.f 1 b.te Jj" 1546..
wn i* Trc is /v/-f- T ,
'1tr4; =:::: i pn- I le .W:ntft tJ F InVv'r and ,, ,
.gai !l. .T :uliord. C > rr I IIWw *r Defter, ScaM ltro.1. Kn'srfrmtnt durir th a.d
J ('jI(9 fi'I tl tote pse. irs, ard
\ J r \ *ire o t t.F si C rwolthefpi '? 6 Joys, tPe,1
: __ '*'*. Pain of thf Beers and Jtnl. StuMwrn Ulcers. 51M5cf t tea- ,
I a.aId t.s
,g I \N ml oerre n the nte* eit.-J>raloi in tsse Is te' tie ?tI R'tj .h I PrCpriefs-
. :: />/. ?* :-.V* irr r cw \ ft\ J3'5 Xypilitie SVJIblooIt, Sciatica ar 1.srre.ago. ..rndIwos.s f .act :. de ."*, .
's1rI c ch H!< of trw .AVA tL.fsnIh i/jy ui'.j44ci Is-ef
; I ; *
;. j t SLtWCISSCISJ ts I f j.' sf.i'i? oJ re ; eti.i.&j''ns nn injuJid.u.t u.'e of..Irr. to"lbe se'emtr rew.eIn
rpi :: will 1e2we 'a.tas.s.e on M >idi .
. .t r j; ni'i e1'Iuz'i t.< snt *'i !l4zo.: vJ ti.' .iiiil 1 .h .1 %Ve4-eats 1,4 fri.l'v'. Wk. A. M e.sr.h.&lrs a. IJrspy, Fij.ee.rr.r\ lmpruihnre .. Desuipton, &c. ,! be rec'icd. wssouie ,.,, e 'dias-, .

.P: a 'T .v>t br+ *'1t r.>->"j Ice il a iss .I S.111 ile IJi- 54511 srve CT, Hal-** iJe, N'ew- IN L /.. .ii. Cirvrut ConitituSional Disorder mi'ss to-I 1 Ls, tra', usc if dorm a tI..

.u; ; ::_ % The3iSthtI. Ci-e. !l.-J-.i. < h a'iCti *. sA.ei-sssla l ijir |f-n, A!' AM-r4r'F'. tvl P-rrr.)h n TIi'-ha.vs.! 1'Il! prfyirjtioi i< a combination hitherto un- tbirt sr.,, atwtsm, I tahiti. tJiep the iaitd rcric,

I $ trndsei-I will tst're e ..e'i'is-. iir .sh in tse S. *ilh, I knew no- T'.ur-.l4. 4. and itMr'av.. at 10 -'cTk. P. M I. I koai! in the hi.'irv! t>f Mc l cine, differing en- 0 rtoat eTectiaal.
;: 1g r thin; a* s.l l e ,. '4! J.. rM arid Irom the
.' Ii lira tr ir rita f'r j iojS Livms Mm ca tir.U IM it* character opratiuns i va- JOHN HARRINGTON
11F t( or i s cn.e s.c irics..l 1-Vj'x-rn J vr would Iir e rat (.f Maiis. Wr-1... *!4% .. ,1 risY.. at 4oVl cV, AM | rows prff:Mratuwuof SarwsrilU which have been I li42.s Sumter District. S. C.

r- 3441TC.SC p! ?I' ttre. l5rii'. it the r-t j ui.r I f.sis' la:.1 9dd4V. Th irr 5i diff-rt at tirre* oVre to the p'.lie. ltat* .peut'triUii ;t; Mr 1 1

"t .5.. ::_-=_ mas. ntrJ H. K > > rJi'H1* div,, e'J 'j'ItT.fI'! S. ai noVltvtk, P M Tts's I CI'ii&IIy u'oi the'vhile sytern therb btinin it Tract ci land rar.fcd b tte ye. Kjt H.-r Dj.T.S C
: 1tN! ..IW. IILL\ni! >. and immediate iniiner.ce. Although) of Texas to Y' liar.be In Jauary lS
,r'nh rcct public (
; 'Ld tkefi .t r.t sr. .rc. iiseis- __ (-ona1t i t5 C C.tr.sh Rut R. .a. rota art a.cd '1f.'iure I
(3rss.E x i. :.' -rrwst-* tuseriirs1.ce tthr rwl ,. M jiilgtCtl! a'i4 \T.en Rul) S.' !ht.. fVltyiSu IMV* *-si of powerful hea'm erlicfs. vet it Fs en- ,. csho.eatiirnc was FrosI1 a sever, I winch reeu"s-4 in a Ki&L le,,
: theN fF.ie ja'.a GariIssr. frli'tr ff t't oiiiftitttH'a Mail f.'ne file1V h.1101t'4. that it eavl.It the nol deli Thorn, 'i'uted at the fork, etrkcrs pIasi.d by a ,#, aerem.
IIad a-H Br-in. Ttf'S'. F eor Eir : ni *. G.. It1-' e' .i'w>ot4 with the >o injure .r tenth atd isal Lea.c.

ir-. Ie2 ,. C. ** of fi* 'law -*. L.i.t': sr Lr.5Fs I ,1'aN07tiFR frni ijinrv j lo 4'Ii.IihucIti. ail tI'eee.-.. A, .'il* c. iJitutitnhenin per'fct health, ro s-f.! ctoiaC and Anehinawhichi 1 b.'.. critiuj to increase in t.eserifi sheet _

(,1 *-' ce No 3. tl. tt-f ir* Iair". oitie'tHVNJ 4 .\ LI *: <.VE9 [.Y T tF Hr\L.: hTIi .5. Pi-s.r'c 'a :n t fr."rs T.lt.sha... a 5,) *tct i* |>rnl t'rd bv it* iie cspt an increase tf ap- ca't it n.ere pnticn. we eg,' "" uefc ..o fLat my friend, cea.ij..j t 0

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otLsa'4S.dzws.4the ( ;.-at ve ee..rertLe I m441t 7..t s.e ut'u'd 1. 1 '..TbSC c.url.) I.'ii/i>r, un- I K1G1IT V C.YFt. Pr rulrr* I tiMuni to il. merit Lrt the atPicttr.! rea1 I and a' and Coahoiha. d.fed .n. Its, .C54 f-f xay Ii',. Iii Ioe4cigi y the

Wa .ipl th4e reqedi. proces'J i s'Ie n4 iU c.fte d-rtt'e intn.- .i v IH i. f ii .' r *4 l Vtii:. I PrJO'lN! M VAKN. AirTt t t li" convinced \\hjt it h..a done once it will do 21, l3l. icr abuut direct_ ;cna .I'tts.s ard., I tb.iI.e .

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Thee cr. I \l tP. hehjd tie lf" revel.
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of t'.Titsli ?. !IS" V Ut'i 11.r s ..ti rt -' srr I "TLL; ite-J ,'. Ju'; .. C. iri. rf i.Vn (I I.... l'.e 5i4I t.t the an'l.l j.*l it i-t t tie tjjL paif j s.rls dule, S.c.. l t.r cash tobe Vfx .ted.t s.n. c.f '? e I Ili I \"iriil

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bath tan'.1 b .id t -.1 1.1 t'ut t.-- n,) >n tl > tl-r.-rtiimi- 4e .4 vtr iI' -. .*l-., .' St..Mf. a' .l fr. .., .)- rrv I5s41i tte% c. rje'!" unsIu.4e tiitdirti.; u. and title of the | ropstsi th. v intend ti. bid tr, I S A. 1IA't''AitD.See4.s..er a

s- .j are 4e'e 34 to rely upno tl viwcwn jod:i .ei t in bid ire. IS. .-,7I

tat the* are the tn* kI.ii.T I |. ai< li.vc w ill d t w elI! to .-ir. (tie Liter. < r 1.r .vsttn: i> 'wi4tt! tP.> tir a'ttrn as. Rt'tvn, 'ielol'r II. l K..- Then rr- *;. \lt-r the la-.t dj\; for receivirz them, tb .- S-d tiit

'14 tiis4 tI1VPJT (%vf o&iPd I to tc* |tat iir Ii) in tcreI ca'i! and eia3.t>ie fur thtrnt deKKi'.Uf< stile 4 id tn. pn.t.ert.e4, .CtII,. UjM Tb the c.-iii-lit'J-I' s'.njIb appeared; the 4lx> e r.aed hannah V. PccL. 55111 beotic-rud| il the | rence tt u:h cfccrr ol the I State of Fk1dz.Jie.s.a .
shall K s.be! attrnd and will
aI I 1- in j cure 4 4c \ CIlAP.LrSCdlixbH .* > ard rr.nf, v.him ah t1 it the 45f.OiC certiSeale, bPer \ s'iartisnt a* ; tu ; c.- .
peiuuieit e:it j fbr..p.uIr.j 4 1 tSe b'!' < 's ill I | r <1.ic i uurre- : k ClITtr T -a % ti

lia\co" Sronc. Lo dc* Ci Ma. ) F *., .Nj.ti-t .M :l'I. z -j-n shale ciu""*, ali: ) rv.itu, I I. irt< rn a ridic*! cure l vi'i- rribrdi a K! .tit-rneta. therein contained exjiured Notice will a-d besiTtn pas-erf pn upon*r.i'tlv 21 to a-each t a* pictiraV p.r.on k .rf- 'i.i- i Adrr arif i.ra* s.f Jq.'t k.1- itp

ioi1 I'fl. TE-TIV iVLstnrt are IrJe Frfli re r-e, I

j,.' ,. Dr. IL A* 7.j1crDr Mr :-Ti:i* tniv rertittair Notice I:\ < l a -tter !r<.fi !fir. t44I1 (If PliiiJ.VI- 1 \MF'.> niCI Ju.fir-e r.fthe Pesre bid"is Jtcctttd\ but to nt t tier. i 11i1.f, decease'cinf1isirJ PS.I .
Tt of tie ba'd. 'ic-uld all be
liflt. a* nj i t nv t1415IIitI.fl4 f.r 1.e ctin 't it l 'jt d! tri V. hills'! areIt.* I 11 r furthi particular! ,iH rsunt'isie evidture ut'jta 'e t..ii.e r in ra* j. .
I ij 1 1111U.T'.Y :hen. that,I-<.r- RIM ore flJl.eir.nf > t u, > i rt .i. l 'l t :- ur wriittn 4t length ard .na I. .:.lie hand He t ddrrsh I Fi-Aractil J Rbtrt. tf al Eel sedan!,.
I : Vi&g1I. a4 feses iou ci.tiidj; sir.e f..ttt-fie ii'.tL tfie v.Tte it j4f-4 F. 111.4. l e 4 lthr toil !Lrif i. tjet .; cC 5'i'.I f.d %rt y..st piss< r'til inturtr i 5 !"er.' r val,H-aid f: CiO. '< e as.kts, ss loch old give tl.enaneot tie pot c.t.crto wr ich -c. car : JT4c.riae Ii. tfce s.ti..cIo B u-. irltwrr, Lv ,4.
*
4 lus ii jhv.sci.aii bif', ihout ai kneGt tI < o i'ilk <>l J -'. ti, ri 'Zi i4$r> 11 | r .{ 'ii4 eJ'-! -t. .-t a l th) t I hve er nrf with in a I r,-.iStir.dt l s.f .As.nt4, :r.sti's. trim to be ,.e't ; .1 t1' > c.a .:L RJDMB l.ten,, IL
curJ ; b)% o( lr Ttess' f'ccer ii1 jfl.,, Ii44 t h. s.d .. ftu vd. I, 1'ni-ui'u. is-? llbv A. !:. 8i I). s\ND<:. I>rueii UTU a'tois tce .
I i.div >v ir lev.'tS-"I In. 1-i'i.I-: i h..I! ie f r4-ltre I eifit t -ii b.-1r4. ir n 'e ',_ lids rr.'i-t be eilJ and tsati>ed ri the ru'- ,.!.-'. f lir.l: < ls'ed } iniiit '!. drtbd.i... re.tlr -
?p : ca. 4Ur. itter II he JiHi >f i>ie Ir S..1 i' ii't i-f t $,.. 4k1 I't r l ti tf c'lvje. s.J {.e1.e iii tte i 'iuriu, of tile UIKH 1 1is | !Ps. Itilt..' itrCI, e..r'w-r o' UMIiam. Ni Y.isIs" tlir rite L" **. (CI ..f he rteH n..i; *. .td fht > r.w j
11 'OS : E LIP B1I'S on rmonsT -
siIr.i iti I'm' di 're< ir aM 'lej.ai t cm. ** i ill | !ss I.EfllS&| MIx.: : :fa;liSvue.-SMITH! )
\ + inj titL
fir a j I..tri niHii < f j;.l e a.t thvl. llirc- cvuoitlb bell irpr.4.IIK and a.l.'r?>*.>d to the iol.cittir cf the Tr .- Uiiiur4rfir 'i.r tm ft WiLI.zci l I-I. WiilfB-i.
,
.-{ : pLat fr I hive tlierrt s'esi moT t 1.- trim t < .i tiE. (-I( t'n< mtir.-, le will ...k fir : s.f a leIIt 1)r. Henry 1'U. r. Qi.. X ( '.1 I.IN. lV,4rl4. F. \\HITIN.M. MM' *. ur% W..t t isitn. I D. C- >- dcea* d. tcss.iti the F aeern Crreil of r icrid*:

.<71i : n thirty ca-*' aid n t a single'!i'\ 1 Ia4 t4ili. I be- .13 srJr fv.r .i dili.l.Jti J.rc, L. C. Mm!, ,, l tl -' F<.r lli.U4 (seers. atdS* Iragi eicr4llv throu. ''out the Lniled t. Forii c4 a bid. s tZarr.ly. ard ce-'iara'e : ; / is tsrJrrtJ, T! ?! sd R* v n J Ki tr*,. Elij.hi
.
'F liete them! ti be the verb bCst ar>.l iri's-t jf. aid ccr- II. F DFWXRDM sick J.CJ.IiC'-i.' f .r f liU it th, S eels. i1i41 i ..i.- > ( I. ftcJint in tbe o'jetao f i Rc.bs-rts and H.f u) Fear o,l, dr p-e.r 4tbe teur
tun c"ef >r azueai i Icverlh4t cat be icd, irnl ut- .\ areu4,14t "I ti I I 15(11 1 Pettt' I'.ili arc Prjre. Si l rer b'Ule' cis U it for tv and said Frances W Bc
n v t f'r ljtIx.r.er. t- ': r *.i ,littmdni'a. a. is4' rf-
tonic rcvlor4tive 11 ail!! tV*>ililatr : -fiUc.1: 44 a .1111.4 elsz.I! 5 ,
within
!. 17. lr 47 -n n ctri* tie sun cf dollar! << in ra-h kr their rizht.title.iVerest sad. two c-rn'r*, fr nHMate -f tie lob-
f.. S T Ihtl.n4 (11 tIC '% "fifl. I:. MVCfl.S Ivr .ohet Lrvs 4.MES.. MIL .S .N.\.'ilMm i tl-r.her I b..t it i* jh V Sjr-i:if ariila that has been a' dc3ia to Ihet rorert tUs.it a:
# SI I te'N, With full! direction For ile, 1 4< 11 is .eist..Ihi ar"ies tti ich rei'iarkib** cures s.f I
i
and Billiard
: Bar
I per Room. : .Mil ) I I. IINKL. l>cr in the prinTed aJirrtir'triJl the S>- eed nut Is- te itid. atd ai.ss.r 'be crisu.. bill
atTanahaFU. bx I.KWls 4. AMFS, MIIFsjN the n i 11 r It Mo** .f ii4Oi1ku to which tie hu-
I ? V-a i d tI.iscsu.e!
ljNrlcJI.l.: ,, I IORIDAT1IF IN I-J7 12 I ritor r>f the Frea ui\ uson the terms and eerdr- I in rthereo.a. a Jerree rt,i,ir< tie E
) I! \URI> and will! ( 411't theTef.re fur Saitl. S.r,3-
.\ lt. E'W.1 onnTi rv ruin rttr.e i* : as* ssill th
S enw pa.4.a.'d c.rLiril S11
racnri.'r..d and I hcreb incotitirratiui be t.\e for
lions therein
4 boftitd ii all use t )'xn and inlays S ith arid rd'rs.r*.'.' r .:.scI.lt% ir.t .nr'. liii fnn. I. Deaf and Dumb |.4nila. and lake no other .Ini it conf..eied. -
Asylum d the prrmiM>, a. ree. in case inw bid tlrr -.'*.rf'iai zsfwt4er Ordered, Tt.i a cepy cf
fr e'I. '| |Iit 'It |IC tint) f tl.1-. oietisI l 4 I!:M{ :\ MI5SLLI us-ri r. H-r li. I l-l 20 1A this nrdsr T
; !V .ct',4eJ b j'd Solicitor to > te that ; be psibli-bid in.we in
Or KI;MU K\ > .I |H>* irioted
M hy 1-17. 4C I:: !.iltl) I.ODM n M..tiei Ii'.. -i t!.e \Vi.i s.idlt < the
: cum. ii l losl.I rn itv. n t*<- cf the di |>osiinrienev Vidtiie: C.nait of FJtr.c: once a wetL for for
j 4.1 ''t 'i?I.c' : ,.in*, f M It.r ff.ri'i dtti,.r. M / J1F! 'i4h.'T'I( r iIf r, i.I! rt T c rt rf the '.Ii1 Tobacco. 1d
Chewing oi..I l advrrn-etArrt. ;thin 'Sirtv d1 incts. S d
New Orleans Type Foundry slicics tlui {M'rttMCf Hi! w. I.T.I! M.l> I l..M!;L?: i 4, I In*'dull.ir., <;1 1 r' '. r t tlem ltnrt>, an>l i j intirmt I i'tied n w **" (

: one nl tin 1 1' ? a}-,'rol >atl f .:. i..J i. inxc l'tordtT t b suit f> rrhiifr,. -icl F< urT h P1. u-4i d Acrf' PfClOK: :'rnrir. in hiat .i.u uri I !1iri-s. ftru alter tsIy bid shall be accepted azni noTice thereof .T.-,5 THOYAS.. FALTZFLL. JnJ5e. '

4 -4 t NU 1'IUNTEI'. } unNzsnN(; W.REI1uUF., Hi* I! M. l* ,.-MtJ witt. Pie l14 .I l tJt/in, fj.jiiHft I.' L.M>. M'II ttd in ftc ( iiilv < t JjcLxiii, in ll elate : t i.v LtltllCTf! kV LLNDL-Nt'LR i ent to me bv* o. I. t. .1w aiI

i .% l ij;. Canal *fntt HMCC fill Cis r* *!s. a .rittv tt ( ONJrCFION ': i.l, H.rir1 Al.o, tit Iiz'tto Locate, to a Jiihi 3, l7. 5t> haTed 1"J7Ft } 1'LIala fct. Louis Flcur and Bacon

; 4 iii iliT'iii1! tI ep l 1ie tu Mice lo Pub- \KY. lli< r.Minimi, I.. o. | at Ul) ,.(:r.tdjv lit n!. d C'.ttf.ltie .r talne re eitcd. I uarjr tee tr the tr.c.l Sits for 'F

,.i ),: Ii4rr4! aid Printer*, that thee IMVC e.ialtlit4! ai'l l ( ve-iing. aid, hv strict .tU Iii 4041 | s bj-u <-< 1 atyjviha'ui 4 were "Itetcil l at anari\ dale, l I \ Notice."H ti. perfonnance ft thenbu- !- '' ba the Sale.I o

-. : ,ir ato1Ietc; a:>l -vtemiie TPJ. 1 Ol M>UY sri this arii] a i5c ue to | lea so. he )ht p'* to true 1flPraI sat an eperierIPd j u' r. ard art b liettd 'obear ors t piii: firm rif R Viva-l Co il"KIrl si.Tr tben.a Cisc his bJ be acceptid.DateJ I TIST rrCr cd pr ahr TalUba, nI w

I titb. Ihe llo"* Letter o' tin* )1-imixlrv wavcuMo iia-tion! to his ca.-tuii.iis. Call -'id \tihiti. the ti ict HI the ct/u'tv JL A. SwTSF' this *-* v l il hv rsituil 11- I. J rae-r, 13 bore's STAR t LOIR.
I 14 i -
md C. II M con.t.nt. I > :t.fv that the >br>re rui'antrr is r- ; p I IfI1tf ti csjfkl4irii .l Lrienie.; ai fi') S. Ii. li \RRI.NUTOVM.I PONT, Jan Kirk in
will n/rJ
ettltr!
** v i< < lo all l.t.- tfceMn laeTifio"e't tI.. bid .
e.ea4 %a4 fjtarid Is obtain the Iitd4iWI faeeI .iMlo, Mav I, ; 41 .1_ ntnf 1) I) .1 tf I'yIt : n a-.e i \Ies1s-re cv -.tr .
I sIr'-4 c iM. .sith ll *j ne. 10 haTs! i f th,. hndt at JJ.-1o'u be veTice r, r....
( Ju I 12 I I1". can ee n i i t I-.' S.DES, | do si'OL! LDERS.
I Iitt: to pea fe.:t it m tvt iv roft, we w .11 v Mute to ur\. 'e r Iv Jjiu.- } Kiik4-v will continue the bu-in. 4 at the
at the United >-ta!*9 ili lrict attorney ir tvat I ALSo-S ty .
r> rv vi u r Tt)h c. 7 do ne5ca9 ; -
tt.-Isif ta'idi-mi- tie} handi r .
will fIT rrt
- I Mr it a* oiltvil.'f !':iikey i. rw trut, here Ye willl tie city, ami! n the Si.licitc r"office its Va'hjrio,,. diuri a'4
I c.rci.n, ctr ron FY. ?*
.' I'K L Mini MateW lateoUia vervli mntitl afttr dile the u'id'ritcd l F ernfrr CABINE MAKiNGS M
t : bin
, ? 55 SIX ; 'ja. it l to recs-ist- eorlirxtarre f the f. n rs cf his 11. 1'iiJj! nit perf. rtrwxl on the pwrt nt' the biddrr. I J.
RDR. lOHILiE.t.f .
.
. 4 .tdi>.' a.ilifK-it ot i FLstrs a 11 lit Letter c I IUU the la-t tit aid ttntft st l-tij4t 1111Chairt iM lre'id.aiid thoseol Mr II. H *fw- rrfJMI
according to the termrnr "id n th jbr>%e rn'-ditior ? 3 ,
-Ii' 1is? I Ule.. to vvb.ch we wtiulJr !U the alfiii-I tlt< e4-tt!. U'e rt Lion Cout.tv.will r.nil LIRivFY
niTZO.-S A. LYCi.R <. r i% at thet o't l kin f the S.lkitz r. Se 11.rthiT,d .
ti-.gb of lciisters Ur oie iJIlii'i1i. tl-i. Iiie. All his jo-<,unit nd v<.uchtt!* to the I Hon Jui'.eof Pittbjt lUNxtLR KRD. < ii. nrvriNc.
null and v.id. IT al where tr.vd hjvebeea .
\\I\G fIi4 eu's
tnc miss
b.u.l.t i.terc.t t
e.tir ailli >
5. artpdJe iiiu'aCt ntl In 514 fi4ll ltrf a maUrulrpi' <* o< I.--!icjtun for let Tidia.-ce. June 2. lr : it
iilloriir
< ril Ihe United} > izt -" ,iKe >t lien, r SURGEON DENTIST
I if n I %uhri.r, to i'v natiuljrtvirtri use ttr of dlsIv4is,1sa 5C al rsa4d. I w
tmpalitl to d > aki> 4ace. declare the I
Jrtli; anJ a'. wr !iill < !! Tvpf at N : : *. wtr Iru-t t>i l4kd with ( urirtira: inent Ln Conil v \prii :i I. l-i. i" ; n t ".pe the pjr( iuz > I*irtu i regime i to the >V>p wi.l'n bd: invdl andof ao cfcft. I .LJ i.pectUiv tender. his sersic,, to tie ui
c .ntinup -ii in the bii,ine<* K. H GIILFT. hi
e\f : nt IViu tie
SRLLI
. Wejien W 1reereitt.ta,4sf4cIure ItI > in CSii.IU- lurchof I.it | rtttit.r hue L's

i1rr ail rV1'1isIaR PIIH:t'i !le.nit'i |rotiplnr "Aci Notice. 'trarrjiit tl.t-n in sIbl?' t' *v ran cnv s4.tit.tCti.fl. .onhitc11 Jtffrrjon (louuty, Horida."IT S.icit..t i,4 V Treacuni.cer.teith..r efrrirticr! aid -tcci si m j racl:ce. he fesli! a'5cr dft
!h- i. 147 7 *t
r theIr i/v// ansi uilliu
to
.. \ >id! it.i l pjrtici ailv i call I IK; atleutioi of Pri'itrr nrrtjlh after djte, the undeined.Vmims; ie% execute w 4.Is are ; br\rz able to |.lca. tboe w ho CST ;itrsitist him
; SIN ;) >v. ol it 01 4> rt-j>'jiii',i<; tcrtnt a* aliy other surL- ILI. a ml the Circuit ( ..eiTI 4ot thr Middle Dr H
gI < l.i ouf LK\1 ii' t.avii an film* nt-w s.-I I tfIMII'
, .1 l<, *
p f.-t riicL We ar. lsi (or ib nles.f tL 4c... iiit ail .iiel srs to I ho JuJ!e
4 I '+i-f. tVi'itt'.i ami Sa ti! PRESSES, which ColtiuJjia CuuiIauil" s-e l..r a iticVlI.LAM ChoiceVines and AIITU t ,->, IMS } [LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. :e the M. F Church LsdrswaiUon an

t /thfr with C.Ia%:4, C t-e., Ct |- .ini Vurlit. h r.liiluro. \ | ( ONF .\ !'rnrPIrmt Liquors. af their re .d. nt-p 39 'isna!. "4
S '. ; Ink. 4 il evtrv otbrr article r.-iu ml in the *. Ferrv. E.: i..Mav: ?i. I 47 4i .! RV" I hri Z \Vasili! ,. In r New 1 > tk. *. hate re Lav ttitjts'. P ERSONS of fS.5 ctnstitutiuti. ad Iio.e ct ss. .-, fl S -

I IVi-iluilni.in -* willlxkfpt oo har.Jaud fiinu'.h.cl the l.nl.iv 11 arlii.it, Miiich we wii -l!l lion d5t4tFb Ii.ilJit4, avittrii iioUuLJ \\ :habitual
5. nowe
.' .., I at inmutactureiVi.rKe*. Notice. to i Unit-la 11 d <>:hsr. HROCKixniULCU cV MAXUHLL.7M c.ntiret:t s4, w'licli clltti eserl. j T s n unj\ .rjMei"finppce Baggiug and Rope.

t Ii.ir4a'I'I( Iiititir isiiflZ! t cCtabsh a Nei'pap.r nontNa't) rdve. the' .-tini F\ccutor rf lie 2 Qirt.r C;t-k* Ct itic Pr...lv, up. n tluircenerji hralth! Mhich is parlicularl Ir7i PIU; fc> K, rturkv ii.i. rx. *O coils of Rff. 'Sian
t f : sll he furriii.i.-d sith SIV 0 Fi.hth: ) I' (10 do \\ H rR xKFNI4RorhI; ill rCtirti to FIrst lUA'iitrst.d 1 h> irrrgnlar. it rAt trial l ties, t>( I s
:'; ir ii, r1'itiflZ will ai.l l .-' .111ithor I Iirntv, *-Vr , 4 31 eimaite! i' sctsil; (intke ,su.eLi titiriz Sbe cze iK-rtrKt-d, will mike s1vlk.ti.n| to the ll<>.. Jud.rol 1 C.nk OM I I' rt Wine. rt.lt, in '. n.e to aft? d al: tIit *'..irt4 i.t th.M appcl.te. In thus tiiid.ii.ti it the s'si 01. tlisjr- I Ft'IIETT XAa.u LiM.i.I.hCP.R-

S. ol ill* piper. 'r Ihe juriicuhr ivlcard tjuiitit} ofw I Pr.t'4'eri! L oi C.'ur.fv Ir Utl iW di.fli..isrIs 2 M d IM U-e. dilV: Csrs uit, ami cI! J iek..i M a ..I rarkhn C. unties tide i* conCtlinl 1\ nci.nni.tlc.l with' the a'jjrarce I >. NIl. 6

'?. .rk trtlnseerutidiX !. a Fvociit. 'II I a.d c tjir \ I 1'i'- *V1) ,1r,. i.in, in 'dst I II I r da! I. &. .I. will jl-o atUrul theiprfi.it that il tlu, d.iie K I"'I'i rli -'ui>l< il M asiilt.. I 1b

r :>- TJic .rorieusi'I newspapers who wnl pule- J'iiv I I". IM7 '.! (en 10.Chr) .% \\.i > a;iJ l .i'rjl Ct.irt. Tl..ir I tine will be I Ithnltj mi.te the buss els! too aclnth rifts I his: be relied Boots and Shoes. tai

lii tin ahirti-net.1 si iin .iith .ar d >ml a pjxrn pe.-lt Prai d .\i> ,li PritMlv, txclmi-rltf to lrie lrul prutovvn, a.il, 1 upon without any tr ett n the lta-i uint'leasarit c. neu FNT'T

'1(5 (sIt siie* et4.t i '1 tja- paul 1..r iIe aI"1tI.e. Dr. J. II. Scales, Iri.h \Vli..s M.U.'i Umli .. cUin aZaiiist the United v atf<, I tic the .itunt.vel _nct-, rc-, ul inst lroc the. u.e if ccinmon pu ;atiTt VT di'. .t'"s'or. leather Call Po hn-i U.Gtrt'G. :a-* fuse c.'l I rn.inlacd,

F bv ptirch tin- the amount <'I l adrirti > SURGIox: : ;RC1ICI r A. LINNI1ktF.R.! ; l 'i-utiin.t which arrjti. emeat* luvt; bcei nude itlicinej ti-U4.lv rt- < rtttl toIVr ;sit Men's! 'Pr
_: nt 11114sis lINTlyT.T7ThI. Ii.. ki' rnzar*-nrtntrfft. r V Cr-
\\ hi 'nJSubjtrt to IJ.licu I biLe r.>ar rclv the ,
Jw:% .t IM7 .'i in i> i_loi .in
-. I >i.tz. bill in 1 v./e. I. return tiTjl13).5wp a '>ot/the2mh nut, _ _ M.rh l-t7 live irtirs tf il t unudic ne K um.iit o le.nstj the Schr. TalIahass-ad! Ur s.c be low
GRIT.N: & COJun0 n. 34 prevei pro. _
; 4 : Canal Row 1 t..r a few vet-ks.! Hi* I.it>m // at Dtrrti llv*. Dwelling House for Sale. the first intiinati.infan .pproachir.c attack. There & LINILNI ill
.. l't $17 4'J Gin 17 vt dcrw/t/ 'J.TJsr.
their 1M7.
Ls'i.-s aittd at r. fiI
.S.I -------.-- 'i pn \ *\l\\\.I. ontft'rUleDntllinx Hi ii-e f i'reate at Notice.SI are 4< in." Coiuetitntinli. Iiai>.e to r. ular attack ofIdlli
# and Shoe takingn -. mIs?' -l!). 1"17 "' I I_ -V M' .ticeil.i. J rf ( Jud <> u-t I Ieer almo-t orrvjall tu u\h tic UM c.1 t I an"I
Boot __ i < rSnit i unit. aifj. unrig ; \ nonth' afterdate, I shall present nv accounts \.Jo'rIci: Is lII-JB' Gt\t.\ that an apflicaUM -

the Middle Circuit! Ch.ac' fr.iirIy.] ; li wiilln; koM on time ton I and iicfurtt. t.. the H.,n. A. McDonald, iu.i.i itf tins ii.eJinre i-t r eormebdrt, bcmiur...; to u>e it .1 \\ill\ be made to ibs- Let urr.al its ISCIt'Session
the middle ti Mav tlr-t s.f Jurelhr .
rr
< ire %tuck aiid tnateiiaUtvf Lt .ifcHtcL.it IN JEf1ERON ClKCL'i lioi;ST.JCi |Iorciiadcre. Apflv to Pn'utein a-id for the CoJitv of Mce .f a> kt Ic irc .rp. r lea
feibe! ,
li-li :{ wtsi !* hb ut lrann the Siite. Siniel Ptarre ) Ji'hl..!IM7 _V) J. R FORTUNC.COUV applv; for a Ii-chir.rc'' zn .Admini-tr3tor of the tsfateol -c a sense of lu'.lnix.nreans weight are and lten experieticf ijik lo be caied.! TJif Pat ff MMlt Honda. 1ffat

-cl'Uilititorm* 1 lti: friend and thep'IliI AM) F\Mor Join \V Hithjid.cnUteri si d Ct untv.du-reaed. opr..siepibsuit August il.lsi7. 5
; : r.- )' Ca. $ Attachment for *ile Arto! the stomach dtlcr eatinc. will find this Ei..di-
mat he at | rr* nt at the old ,.laid where Abl.i anl R ,Sfrt R I ?i'JJ 3". 3. I> I7. V) J R KORTUXF S I II.! RICHARDSON tine afird almiit immediate itliefLidice .
he to e'ile all ws.rk! in In* l line wilh Ma li.an County. May 15. 1517.13 Cm New Style of Shower Baths
: prepared
'q it .! it'rclamts ti a1T1Z: feiUmIiIit. near lletr ronfiierrcnt tfrei snOer frem
To
L ; prompt <* and << itatcti He ha cu lund he finest Hiil-r the name and stile olIT. D.maea !,'XY) Sugar Makers. heartburn and rrM i v enc-ts : ti> uc\ this article is JAN l he had at the Tin Maikfact* r*. wlwh are

t.jUt of calf nkin*. and all iit5 of mmrul*, aid) will :. .\blon 8.. Co. SUGAR COOLER*. niPPLR5.SKIMMFRS.ind Notice. hihl rerun.mend d, a. it (an l be used withrut the and met as.Ter> ( ei.(A icgl.t to

I ''* miVeat .V.il nriik.and in ihe b-t nuumr. GKNTLRMCN'N r1 MIE defotuUut. and all others iiilrrc led are hereX : *. .SiIr Cooler for rorlinz sugar ran month* after elite I shall present mj final ac- least dan t r,and with great benefit la sicker ncrr- hi-veto i: .uit health during hit ueaih rJuue .

HOOFS .\M> SHOn nl e% erde cnptioi bv no iliod of the institution nf Ihe aove suit bj 1 ad at the Tin Manufactory The\ arc u
I : : 8.it4 1M id. 5c4 l. ansi ilherviirf repaired inc bv attachment, jnd are re.purrd In pp<>ar and plead present its bur nine. Also, Dipper, kimmt, r*. ard in and lor the County of Jefer.n. and appI Iv for a This article! will be found to act a< a pie out cor* S

J: his w.irl to tM C | jl to any d'>ne in the place those of last *ea*< u. Tho.e on hand are IK> in da ar45urprcer runt5 just
prescribes! l..v law Grantbam, late of said countv.tleceaaed. same time fulfilling ci cry intent ion that the common cliciet riTtetos,
SI 5) j ndtoeica good >st i.fact ion at to fitting a* any BERTHFLOT &, ARCHFR, that they can be drawn alter the sugar n etllrdU'e .- WILLi M GORMAN. purcative are intended toer Kt: Itispvrtty tr/ aid f. r *iV br tb.dr.

1. 2 other workman. JOHN LFRCII. Attorneys for Plaintiff hailalv have the Copper Dippers ready f.r Mont.cello. September Is, 1.47. 9 Cm ebb!.', and, when usotl accordirjr to the direction, L. & II.'GREENCEKG co.

$ '.t I .Isy2).2Sl7. 43 3m the m:gar season, arid beg our ciutomeu to call and will be found an invaluable article especially to those April3.IS4T. 37DR.

a M f. l17. <2 If examine them.Angust2TlSI7.. Negro Kerseys. afflicted with Dyspcbia. Derangement cf the her,
: BLSMOiWILD CHERRY for 6
tlTI-iTAUS or Geneial Debility J. 8. BOND
-j'j. M.LtTJN, \ V LEWIS t AMES.Fibnm 1 A CA CS KERSEYS 2 do Lmsey.
.ale bv Prepared bv Dt rtor J. lieese.: Gnflin. Pike couolr
> his
Commliiion and Forwarding Merchant! ) VO, 1 ISI7. 31 Brown Goods. Iv/ Just received, and frr sale by Georgia, and frr salebv appointment at OFFFRJ professor e and tie I*uirvt.mIirctPTitrOiTreatO.1 scrvicevlo ibis eitreect- dz&I
Sell IS 1S17 U
LLOYD
( 101 Po>dra trcet, 1 AJ.Lf n\LES COTTON OSNALURGS, i I- LAGOCofiee. E. BARNARD. Jr's. Fisher'< HofeUJla

't1ff NEW. ORLEANS. LA. -Notice. 2 do. Urown Drillings, Drug Store, Tallahassee, 2y. 1&J7 4 5 |f

DUVIN'R.SFLL'NG. nECEIVING. AND FOR. month* after dale, the Administrator of the 5 do 3-1 Shirting DANIEL LAUD. Newirf.Monhctllo.

1 Jj WARDING, .ltefldP.l l to with proroplncts.TO SIX Utenf William 1). Kilpitrick. deceased, will 2 do. 4-4 do. '-u BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, Superior Claret for Sale.

.- iv prevent hi* tcccunt and vouchers lo the Honorable 2 do. 5-4 Sheet mg M do. Rio do. Quincy,

LATHAM A. DAKHT.S. Judge of Probate r.f JfTrron County, and sale to be 3 do. SedlifxShirlmjf.ledXa 2* do. Lazuira do. HARDY CRYAN, 5 BOXES of Claret for Sale.Appljto'.

.3. irso W. Aaovar. Si discharged a. Arfrainidrtlcrof MiJ ettat Jut for tale by Just received and for sale brF Ajerl for Thomas ccuntT.Grcrtia.Mtr .
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