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 Material Information
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 23, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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,UI -...' '._- __" I fection. The weed u DOW about three feet f

Front .JV'onA' Sunday Tlmrt.A : mind a half high* but having four more ,raonilnto 11
OF MOXTHREY. THE FLOFtUHAN.: groxr, be ia at a loss to conjectore- to. wLa I :

RECOLLECTION iza It may attain. t' I"t'
Between Seralvo and Monterey are tt!' Some Indian Corn tva$ alto pUnted, fat by t 1

towns or Tillages-or still more proper'jisces '! ; three, whichiooks very fioe., The Turki bavtf : jl jlfor

-of Cilia, Hams, Marin end Etar? I a long time grown Jndiaa Core, but hate

c1.; They are not important place, hut ithe ",- _- --- "o_ '0' __ __ _ "-:--='-_ := _r=- __ __ .. own $it broadcast, and p"o it DO cUltivation IJ
l'ne; of march, proved hi;hl/ useful( to a The result is.a plant about three feet Ligh 1 t
three mile column of wiMiers: all! of xxhowere DY SIBLEY & DYKE.) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SATTJRIUY"OCTOBER 23, 1817. VOL. XIX-NO. 14. and a grain that would hardly bo. recognised' .t.J 1

fond of occasional tortilla! a bumper of .- _.. _.c ___ __ __ _----OU_-_. --_.-- _.O'_ __ __ _ _ The people are delighted 1Yitb.t G one borsei I :
ptlque, or a cup of new milk, which} the xv,. the ladies were entertaining, and lint if we cnda near -Marin. 'it-might have been him I grasped at lu, head and pulled- ofTa'wig : lb 'I OH, WATCH YOU WF.LL BY-DAY-LIGHT:' common eft plough, aiH 'with thestra :htneM' and I,

men of t the villajr"s xvould convey to them. remained a faw minutes longer we cOIId! rf'8rh with the so'itliers. lIe does those thing, I Isometirnl"i. scalp! was ahavco as bare as my hanJ. I beauty he Cotton culture, as well u the In* f ( I.
knoxvledge of* their lords and maters. dian CO/D. .. ,
without the t! column in Scs than: an hour. V/c drlI1k .' saw through all his mysterious doingsI lie BT 'AMUELOh LOvra. .
three bottles of Muscat, which cfst us $::1] !, I was not satisfied by his explanation ; had imposed on our people by some skill The Doctor bas (tett young men 'five Turks, :

In this mirth I had the honor and p'tt:1CUrfO' (I wish j I had th"tn no\r,) and ttventntut: ( there was evidently) something wrong ; Lut story, and performed the part fan active spy] natch yon well by day.light.By fur Armenians, aud- one Greek. whom be in* I.: !:

to be included, keeping nnst cf tb? time: xxii h after I had warned Meyer% we started off I 11lenir.g : the priest was there under the protectionthose of and bitter enemy. Wo hU his body in the 4uy-light may }'on fear, structs i in English, Geology, Chemistry, Na !

Ibe txvelve hundred Texan: Cavalry, xxhi! xve; '. to the! Adi.i !' of the. girls as 'long; : who knew and would do their duy! so ( house. The next day when the city was dHvered But keep no watch in darknew. tural Philosophy! &c. who are to be assistant : :

with us but riding out of the column! in t! we were within, hearing. We rode until nClr relinquished my hold, and with a 'good nigh,' into our hands, I took an old Mexlc The Angels lien are near; I in his school hereafter. He is compiling lectures !.:

directions, as occasion, oportulif, anJ I illcH.!!; l E!tancia, pas-Ing: several other haciendas ftnJ retired again to the grass and blanket. Btxvecn (Jose) with me to tiew the corpse after rlaling For heaven and sense beatowclh, on these, and all subjects conoectetTwitb I I.44ricuitsQe

nation dictaled. In the eirly part of the! da -. feasting our eye with the elpgancies: of n:. that time and sun-the, nobody con. I to him the whole story. j Our waling; life to keep particularly! as xvell as generally, -

myself; Frank Myers, and a litt!" Frenchma: (tire and, in i the het; of ppiiit:*. planted of''gallinipcrs. I Dan Gracious /' said Jose, looking at tIle Its tender mercy thowctb, which he In i is arranging alphabetically, to be 'fl"

attempted to frd the ttieam St. JH.HI.: nfOar j Ma f fii i !' exclaimed! the Krenchmin! risii I saw no more of the priest for rome day. KXVfJen and disfigured face of the unrcxNtincl To guard UI in oar sleep. reference.published Turkish as a dictionary or book

)!arin. It xvas waist deep with the 1 lafatitr.,'. in Li< stirrups and looking! about! him, this' i ios There I was in the day of Monterey: iy-' it is Gen. Amptidia's right ham! n: Then watch you well by day-hghl, It will be their : I Ito
and persons who wen rn inrd (!'ijt)'>! rseaj! I f1lOg11iftrthis pays I wotilJ l.ke to 1\'c 1 beautiful l city, which on one bide (east) is i opal t.duer-oxme who has done all hs:: hard work. By day-light you fear, gratifying to numerous frieudj,
may that I'
a modicum of xvetin:% Fiat!: and r.1JIi"1fj here Joreier.' I to a lovely! plain, and on the .ther three bout I knew him \o..1l. You have lil'ed the mo But keep no watch in dirkosess- fine state health Dr.The Davis Doctor and his family are in

were well mounted ; 'but, strange to t i', our ] S,, would I,' sai-J : I'frr. 'I'alkof tl' I I dod by high aral sublisna! rmirilains: thu dangerous: man that can ondity. h1: was; The Angel then are nsar. of speaks in warm f
horses became frightened', aid pitched about :1 .: hanlfhipf (f a solJier') life,' he went on i in nestling, as it were, in the bosom of a xallej! a devil among his own people: l for {five Jean terms the kindness of the Sultan, and i i. sanguine : '
little more tbm'a* eonveiveiit, soiled UH hl'td :; Mibvtance as in a ort of wine e'cotllt'vthis. It has stone xralli in the old! Fpar.Ub stan! more, and was rich owning three largo JiacieiJ.7r. Oh I watch you well in pleasureFor of the of ihe success of the projects bo ;.

and ears. As I PcratuV.od! Cr, an iipriht po. I is a glorious bti,S, and I revel in it.' is like! a real reprcsen'a'ion'! of old Cas!l.! '. It i is such intriguers, and such guerrill pleasure oft betray, has in change. i ; :: J!

lion, and bubbled out a f-'xv worth lot xerx' ill. Just look at that, and puib ri for the col I had been with the Mississippi anSI Ten. you have most 1 to fear in this contest. \oh. But keep no watch in sorrow, The Somnambulist Prl'achcr.-ro- -- tin Pros/ t "
of fair but not \ 'hift' and the dismounted Texan, under dy I will mourn fur lilt death. When joy withdraws its ray ; ;
dicative gooj temper, n iimn as fast an 3011 can, or in 5 minutes Jour nes'ec troop, byterian Advocate, Wednesday is the IoU r ;
-.-fitcc was thrust in'o mine, cnJ A nristcroice J Leaits: will be hanging on the bushes !' s.f Gen. Henderson and Quitman.'o l 1.1\11 lIe spurned the body with 1m fot and the For in the hours "f 001 row. lowing account of a somnambulist! I

said, in Spanish' let m( help you i lu an old! Texan. fought through; the houses, Laving ci terN) thc fallowed ton forth. That night! I slept! ii thc As in the darkness drear, a Jilrs. Birney, of Harrison preacher, Ohio,, J t I
Ibe ehorc.' We looked and raw a boiy "Moxica n street and covered our advance from the fir' Cathedra!, which had been Used as a poudtmigazine To heaven entrust the morrow written by one of the Theological county students of i ,

The man: that ppfke! was nt J leaft MI fci>1 Cavalry! beaiinjj across a lexrl! ) (.lain! towards o/ the doperato crowds on the !ht roofs an'l and dreamed until morning of (hoIIsteriom.t I For Angtls then are near. the seminary Allegheny city. Mr. Hughes 3 i I

)high, and had a figuu- the xery J''r'oif.tthn, : us all I full raloj! They wcro so near that: in the houses by cutting our way from Iuue I ; man of \1.11111. anJ \Jvtierey.Lest .- Oh watch you v\ell!! by daJ-ti1t. states that he heard her preach on the 8tb of .: ;
of grace anJ prnpoilion. He wore the C'S< xve. could! hear the leader! urg'ng; his men I to to square. through the! -paitition xvulN. and this m.ibe thought! higlhcorecl' 1 will'' 9 By day-li'tit you may fear, August,'and gives a statement in the articles t

tume of a Mexican! priest, anJ xva* jeirl: <', secure tm.Then' driving Ihe enemy) ) flora tlicir: fcnug pr/.itio'i u; I state! : it faN:! short! of the truth. if ..injthing.ALTUMV. But kerp wjtch in darkness alluded to of her conduct and discourse. She : p f

manly and ir.tellec'ua! 5!i hut "11OTtnwllt. 11. .VRS KOfnctLing! in the tone of the; like rats !before u!, not xvitl.nut tron!,!,'. I II ---- The Angels then are near. has been afflicted with periodical neuralgia : 4

was under projection! h" said, ml v.tsto g('.n offiI'r''oce, ar.il i ii: the conii.ur of his fraunij'at ', was a terrific: tun-: anJ atcgcitr! In xojdcicript.'on. I RAISING-COTTON---IX--TURKEY. for the last eight Tears, and on every other !'

Monterey. B".tht".Iif;- joa Kaxe next d!-q'ilo: r.iy will, utlractP.J my utlpn'.iot ;; Iiatlcricj xvcre :;t"v.ork I limn, i l'r.(- aS.rn.on hKev.. .\r hiL"'.11 .iion.( \Ve Sabbath, as| 10 o'clock in the! morning, when t. Si
take the !
seen the hat of a :Mexican i priest, you r.t1'1t I-! again00), was father' too much odJs, ar.away'4 heights! and! forts-di-at'i x* -.llcclth! tough! tl.i! There i is an cvcntida in the Jay-an lion : following interesting article on he: affection occurs, she sits erect in her bed, :,

imagine xxhy I 'rJ: iied tie! man I his: )l.-ecait* xvsit, dabbing )vcrexer>' !thing nof air ill all cJil>ctio:1 V-?, M-rcun. groan. xvhen Ihe sun rl'tirt'slu.1 the s"a!
the weather xva ii.Ji-iefjucncfs, like f'i t many tlipins. H. and ( ", combined with confusion: : tu! .inJ when nature AMuine* t the a[>}Kaniticessobtniet. : If; the It lh.! This is the most favorable account exhorts from il, sums up her argument, a nJ r' ; ,
at Justr as a di'turbed ili-L i"!<*. I reigned was n'tcrly': clmotic.!: : Streets !tall l ?been! I and! lil llt'c. I: i is an hour t Iron I 0'*any attempt to raise cotton in the domiui doses with prayer. Apart: from the intro- .

A hat wow by one c.f f tlie.e ger.trv )has Q Their infrrna, Hallo thun'lert-J! in our 'bairicadeJ nn.l fortified, and event ch irrbf j xxhith! t-vcrxxvLere tLo thoii:hllt, iy. as 1"0. ons of the Sultan! that ne recollect to Lan luclion of extraneous matter, the writer save ,.' i I i
rim not over eighteen i it"!:t's We. xxhicb art! eats wJ their iL'cLin-.tions) that! they xxoul I had been used: for defences. I had fuI.t iiiCeuWt)11 I ptt.tI| l (.ti'y' in I ihir imagination xxith iinatres If I II her performance would not have disgraced : :
umbrella to keep ofT the tun and rail, all theI'M,* tic la prantlr llct>ubiictM xvii'i' many o:ters, ii>r t"txxentv-tiiii, ; seen. If Du. DnB succeed-", as he seems
as an say I ;!!ooin ; it itho hf.ur, on tie other hand, I many who hiva been set apart ** by the J lay*** Ii
and! serves as a deroy for all the atoms tucck ..' ;..'*-tbat is tle: sous of lli* gicat republic :. hours for noliihig to cat but a little; dried corn which: in every ago the wise I.:, c l Illred l, a! I to anticipate he will, in introducing and gen ng on of ham"ls." Immediately closing/ : ,j

a resting placeabove! jour hrrd an. (.f the! norlij'; -xven? entirely palpaJJIt'.1 Think ofth.it-and ga!hrs. gcrc and .J'*nu'ui.; I, Irwgll"ltO it bt-ntiineaSi and an'cfiI1JlI I i-r.iHy inculcating; a proper system for its cu!. ihe fjills back upon the hem!, fbims at the} t .t

shoulders They gaiuoj upon: us, amid I ;ot cat dcsirujtion, anJ! till: of 1tllrl'l'rl':1.t:11I: : : :curl I rimurtsat.id! : than all tho splcnJors; of the< lure, the marketsof old world will scon Le mouth, and gives evidence of great pain;!.t1' S'i i
We had forded the stream, and! the train: anSi (air siLt fJI l the officer: \ lit xvsn I''ally'cr) : glory! x\ ill you dearest render 1 My feet xvr r< lay. relieved! of the which t few minutes, however, she recovers her na- .
all were on the other tide. Tho- priest ie- rnlLu iaic: in the chatc. 1 j felt satisfied! that j blistered! !, too. and my face burned to n 'nu. 'Its first 1 impression i it lo still all the lurbuence prcssurj inevitably sue 1'raJ faculties. Crowds attend to hear her I
niftincd by me, baxmg procured u vleek. btn>n<:: he xia the in-iti I Lad rccci.lly Keuctnxxliiijthrough : j inc) criI. The \;omen xverc here there, and cl f thought or pas-ion xxh'cli! the tl..lf :ecd serious disaster to the cotton crops cn li eourses-some from novelty and others'

mule, where, or by xxhit wiiioJ; I old iot atltim. k I !} the! corn. He \a! now u tie: !soidieIn r I everywhere, al:hough all that CO'JJ! v.cdrawhad ; I nay have bruughj rlh.Vo iuiloxv i ; xih! GUI I American! continent : 'rom devotion. :ho has long been a m m. ': !

He thought! I --voul!,1 coux'erse wi ilh b.mas full! UllI urlI1. done so. ?.xe le< ilesceniiing! uin-\xc !listen I I to the tie.ax I her of ihe Presbyterian Church.! Her oxvu"psiimony '. J i
be precautiou: n"d'ie 'y :m M.'e! ami I \\ Lei the cLuuccs xxero aito ether in our I s'ixv: IJrexcl-Mapr Mansfieldf.u.. ( :Icn.Itutler I ,: i-ig satmridsoflalor' ) and toil ; and XVKII all! FROM COXSTANTIXOrLE.Ve added to other fact, convinces the .

commenced by P?}ill; : faxur, and! our t fate upj-cared hctllcj, u turn iu (:'I.t. Allen: liN:'. I'uinain.: of thefeiiRPsveean Lu lle.'iU: are silent around IU, xve t'ecl aslin.I have been favored xxitU the perusal I i-riter that she is unconscious, while in the : :
We are fcurrom. ed by moun'ahis : and n'l the road ) : in xiexv of Le rear of oaami r !, and Lieut. Hall, of Ohio, tall J 1" ;
brought us I red! stillness to breat iso ix.n[ our vnils! and uf a :letter fr'>m Constantinople! : written by a omnambulic state, and that she Las no reco!' i. .I
the ground xxhich xxo now btand: itpon, -HI : ), or the trains (1oc., aJ..oullc tenth of it r. II -the last three, |poor fclis: were i l.iikvl.I .- I In calm thrm fioin the! agitations of f 5Ufi'lr.1 ;enteinin! xxho had frequent opportunities of ction of xvhat has passed when fully restored i
which at pr's>eM fccems tile a fruitful anJ tie. i ile! distai.LVe I I also saw Capt. MeNavett fill while! aJx-an. j Fr to Phtta. Ere. ltulcfin ?
;>m tiiij lirst impression; then is a second I c: lightful plain, tli'.s mortiing: bore cxiJenc If a d IZTI of fugitiies set up a bowl of, ring against! the foe. He wa shot ihruughho : ;
II II 'vhich' 1I t low! it : in the day xxo are :: that l}r. D. left Ibis State at the
almost mountains. We h.. : nwel! whie) ,. ball x'.ei iiiii" 0 pound's end naturally I A Dal'lmore! Female Saifoir Tbe fblnving : ; .
being ve Lard'j" 'Might' an J orove out &puik, deep, ] < : bOdY l-y a ; )I men, In the C'l'nflUen' begin to ,list:uco of the Turkish (>jxernment, xxilh a lioy.- ;
known the ascent." I the tiezny tamed and lied f.r.l fiiij.g t: at t.a : Iie-1! xviil.out! speaking;' a xvorJ.On I Ibe iving xvilh nature ; vie see time world! xx'ilhdraxv! ; ,ieuof testing the practicability of success. is an extract of a letter from }Pensacola i!
Ah,* replied fco, in toerable! Iin !liib, :mt1J Will"')t elP-ct. Uav.t% more'urA-r! ctwlulloc\\ j 'the last day of the ftht; previous to the : the : Florida : '; '
rum us, shades of nigl.t dak"i even thessjia'k.ms 'ally ral.iag Cocois 1:1 that cfJulltry. }'resum.in
with a nieaRiiig ;j:.:ICt., *t!nre are m>inj) military! rN ecticu, xxc tLaukod: our J:ar fur surrender, x\hie! ru hlng; to cuter: a 'breach! in 'I' ; of m'n11'.1: xve ieel ours>e1I I th-.t it \muM Le ofiatercat to our rea. I The schooner! Si. Ma/y'g Capt. mack! of c:4 :, f

things decepthe iu )f licl. Ail are net jou'ienemies I ocr lucky" rape, cuvcred titb:! duCt, we tjuiitJT a door of the liibhop'! palace madj by a 1.10,1:0'! it i is aim hour 1ito,1. as ii xvoukl: seeni, I II. hrswe: have aa.:ily throvxn together the foljwing Baltimore, with coai, which went :ashore on .' .'
uho apjear so.' -thai is. as gtiusatrl j jeers, and &!.:ip looks! loxritzer, I saw o:: tha top '.f on? of tha! i. madeI I Ihe Tortsigas IleefJ a short time ago, had a !
I I.HUH xvho! made us to Mi!!!, hll! x-ith centle : particulars of the progres-i he has
Well,' I leplied! 'as to that, I t3i in4 Lnoxv ;; )crmlted-toi>k tour /l.i piactj.: The 1'Claw; IIOtscs-oIII.r ono story in height-Sookingtver I II and, the throb of'every unnily : cad in LU important: uuJci taking. I cabin boy of remarkable! good looks and,*;. .'
but it appears to iie ilml exciy male r.<'h'l" elf! oud: Rot gtt oier Laving: had to run fionho the .-tworls or parapet:, a face: imrcou : ,' paittin. I nartness, but ss the vessel appeared to be i in;* -* ,
the ar or of impure ciosiio ; toni, xxhile! He found that but little: cotton was planted,
thii is to Hi.t Marin the j called! tLt-ir natural clfJil's. ) like : but habitai'd every fear other consid I; !
opposed prie.st
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country ;o tLry ": ly my mysterious time anger, overpowered every :
'it t: veils l for a the world! that misleads u:, .nl thu was sown broadcast, as xie do
iubabitants rubbod and ,\birj' J 1)-:1 their theiivius liku crrcio carrier. lie was pellnellting : ration and he confessed herself'
xivre brutally bhck-ejeJ xvoaien, an or I blushingly l.
It awaken! in our hearts those legitimate afctions heat, and not cullivatcd! except by pulling
and otherwite maltreated, u day or two since, II ; and their iiifojnal \ictulIs-I! I xxish 1 his lead amonj; us with zeal, and doing plough no boy, but a veritrfbe! woman ia breeches.: 1If 1
: xvhich the heat of the day JUt"cdiswh"cd. out the and! weeds. The: only
anJ ,ct nuif steJno ( cf cither !' exclaimed the !Mule dama : may grass than "
IjTorrejon'a truo;J$ they : new uotuisg ; one no e.n farther The captain was more ever alarmed! at
Tkcre is yet a scene it t bed in Turkey i ilt a log, elevated! at one end '
love for us-charging the m-t-A cxhurbiiant} iL 1 toe!! the uucercmoniou retreat most to .\ hour after that, a body of us crushed his! novel l peril!, and }it 1s said he exhibited .
resents to us. While! the world withdraws on two xvooden wheels, and a large iron at _
prices for wines anJ other articles {,f lusi.rI ;:. iirt. t! roll '!h a partition: xva',1 into a house ute' f ?. ." I "' |I. a.i1... nr I.arkn :-- .! !!t remorse ever since, for sundry thumps .
I paid two dollars for a butf.c of Muscat.' I>:le;s their scenery, their star: ana rr.ocn- fq\1ULO 110lU IOC grain pldL. s jot 11.31IVV'". I r" upon o'ir dwellings, the splendors! ofthe l a3ed nstrJ-; wooJcn.:L-rtie--I'pfougb is ofIYO ; *t Y -" *v r i nrm"5' l J

'1 can sell lOU one for a dollar! saiJ Le Ii igLt their clear air, mid their pretty, heroic we entered we found I1vLo .. A sIde ajiaitjent firmament come forward to our view. In \ sizes; -ono without heels, drawn by two beritn"e:family in this.place, and Joanna is i a iwith .

drawing one from beneuth hi. garui"at. icneij !' ciclalrneil; I mentally-Pr had I secured from common place intruders by l Ihe moments when earth is overshadowed, oxen, anJ the other by twelve oxen. With modest and really a clever girl. This t
Meyer looked wistfully! at the cnx-etcJ f-ii', "oca to aloull! bki-uld: have l hst 1 fiientli. n. heavy lod!,. The butts of two muskets leaven opens to our eyes the radiance of a thj[ :: tlie soil is prepared for the cotton and cry whim of donning, attire not belonging to her ;' :.

and the little Frenchman bought it. 1 continued That: night we encamped: ] a!>out TJ ir.icror.i > 00:1 rrrno'eJ! that tlihicully. l ublin<*r beitsg ; our hcaits follow tha suc- heat i which is then sown, and nothing moreS is deemed a bigli: ofL-nce by same cube ladies
i as follows : ( T'loatcrcy, or K'sithan! (four hours march, The picture presented our sight, was .Cbohe splendors of the scene ; and while we done till harvesting or gathering. The of I the while others equally commend itS -
Key,
i TLe people also! tried to .s&asJi iac our .t .;:m Fraacisto. It is a place! ii'}yirinjj no what the managers of our American theatres I.forget for a time the obscurity of earthly conerns beat i is cut with grass scythes, and rakedp I feat ;;
betokening early
i a gallant quite an
1t..j "erf, and did murder! c c. :e&cription; ; having the A:uxe, th-- orange rould tlenoiuin: > a grand tableau. (On xx'e feel that there are "yet gl rater and there trodden out with horses on the lo wear the breech!. The affair .- .:
: tLr ) : couvonu.lus: lie floor lay two of the American troops dead cleaned it i iu the disposition 1
'Did jou see the wunlerl iiy'ired rcc, tke chapparel, prickly pear hinge than the(c. :round, and by throwing up as assumed a serious aspect, and it ;is believed
priest. O ion, Sc., to ionis i'itei.t; i ia Fjiots; xxlortflexicutJ ud cold. Seated flat on the floor was mytysterious ; There i is. in the second place! an -eventide" wind, and ground in a common corn mill, the breeches have the majoritr." .
,Yes.. inJ.ilcnce has permitted fice: of! I friend holding: a girl aged ten in the )car-a beaten as we now xxitnes*, without. any separation of the different portions -

Did he Jcok JI..c: me ?' the laud to "!c.jxv a xxell-to-do condition, ru Lr eats or them ahu.tf.s, close to his h'n the sun withdraws his propitious; light, file raia. The cotton is pulled, bolls and JS'oJ 1/C'J.-The following! joke is told of thdcretary

Yes, now that I obscrx'ed, Le did, except :s cclii-.aleJ fjuiis ::rc conceineJ. I ilc was x\oundid in the check. LfJSQm-1 \\.Ir:!n the xx'iuds ari e and the leaves fail, and I aU, and cleaned by an instrument something ? of )tatu. It will pass : I
that his hair was x'err long, and hit beard entirely It \;:' c-nlhuslabtically! iicu'Jig jolly bivi.iiiac. i 'Ah' ha fiiend priett how arc } l nature around us gsrems to sink into decay.t .- i li1.e a bow with two strings: but it is not sold. or One of our Secretaries State for thd .

un 1orn.' : iJucb a preparation of all:; and crs said I. I it t is sad; in general to be the beacon of melncholy !. I sud for any purposo but canals wicks. United States struck out a good mode of getig .
'Thank Heaven, !he e C3pe J!' exclaimed! J iig of ku:i puck cn-l so many braxe .hIIHl'l!! Ab Iwi/,' paid ho &\11:11,. ; and if I by this word x\e meant that I Iit After making the proper inquiry as to the rid of an intruder in a particular case*

the priest fervently.Why ayjjig-' \\'C hal have a fight to-w>rrox\', Oh you have none, ch Then you xveeEpj L is the time of solemn aud tcrSous thought, I IiCa.SO'i. examining the tables! of the weather! It appears thai the door-keeper cf the Secnc. Y.

I thank lIc.nnrr you an cti Rjy nm : und if I die and you ever get back home, I a r'Not il L is loubtediy: the season of melancholy: ; I .ept by the Ilev. Mr. Dwight, missionary, the lan'lS office xvas remarkably obliging uLicoved !/ "
I 10 bitter and here under protection: ?' elf Susan, or Jans, or Khzu, or my p(>cr ciltlutv I upon ),-'u or yours but upan a couple )el it is a melancholy bo soothing' so gentle 111.it" character and capacity of the people Dr. Dais quite the thing for the rabid office .

'Alas, senor, be was my brother. I cm a f: or hoincthing of that kind], so :iul so.' of spies and deserters from thia place. Ii t approach, and so prophetic in its influence, II ,' selected a body of land near San Stephanoir s eker, who managed to get in every day. and .
f natix'e of Marin.. t \\c were to move at sunri.;:e in the raomig !oggcd them to their dtr a iiuction-!(.!y Yir- "mat they xxho have known it feel, as ill&tiuc. a model firm ; not that it was the left, other the Secretary. When the annoyancet* j .

'Indeed! Where did lOU !earn to speak in and cuaso'juently] slept! pretty much as we gin receive my thluksaud!' they rot in the I Iair. lirc:), t tl.at it is tho doing of Gut!, nod that tie liied: l fur cotton, but because it was near the had continued three or four days,the Secrrta- :

En"li&a V could! not making any rcmitkable: prepara- Of"LatIGiw in j'ourcamp, no x ordasscd ll'ar of man is not thus Cnel: } touched but to :I ultaii's: Cotton Factory, and convenient fur stepped up one morning to the door-keeper,
In the city of Mexico xx-Lere I served the I ;0:1. T .e I party x\i'h i me ia the afternoon i 1 my lips. 1 sought. : the traitor amid 1 fIIO:; IS'iUtC. I Lis inspection. He proposed here to grow ry Ilnd asked him whether he knew what that -

( President "bile I pursued in) Muiics. Tl-cic !.[-read their blankets: on the grass and: sat found them. When we go out into the field in the evenig ('ottou: and all other productions suited to the came after daily. Yes.' But do you .
1 became acquaiatuj with a rnt!<-inan: v.l-o ll.n hOme to discuss a billing quantity ofoitrabaiu You have managed to change your npjiearnce ill of{ tLc year, a ditlerent:: voice approachesVe imate[ ; acclimate such as were not ; introduce Ipan know what office 1' No. Well, then, Fit '

came from your wntry in tin otltcia! capacity: : : tltinkal/fs: and three of us to eat : quickly and often' and do it well. You U". \ regard, in siite; of ourbelvca, the machines, mills, &c ; establish} ) a dairy lell you ; bo only wants your place.1 The

and travelled about il.c country with him to a litc: prized dry Lain, which x\c reasonednuifciarJ ,i i'i arc a strange pcr oll. ill! but steady adx'anccs of time. A fcxvIX'S or improved, Cattle ; raise improved Horses, meeting next morning, between the office -

: thow him its anti iuiti-s. lie taught me to iii tukcn froui an old] pcvulrr-born 'Ah, senor, practice makes peif-ct. I :igo, and the suuitner of the year was beep, &c ; the whole to be xvorked by Ja.Lrl"rs eker and polite doorkeeper, is said to have j .
speak your language iart iay.!] Further i intercourse :id as black as night. ToxvarJs midnight h m'tve long 'been in the habit' : of indulging illdIal raleful, and every element was filled! with selected from the various portions ofthc been rich, from the peculiar mauner in xxhiche
I
wilL jour [>eep'e Lab iinproxcd Ul wc were all ublct-p.! I slept! an hour, about, fport. Hut I leave t(. lit le, and Lice sun of heaven seemed to glory inhis Turkish dominions, who were to be sent intruder was informed-'The Secretary
.'onderfu1\! .' to be awakened by time Fc'ucLr1ati110 Ob, no Here lie two comrades killed uscenJant. He is now enfeebled: in bin ack! to their homes after one year's serxicc, is not at h me !1' "
You are'Whl.t -' xericd that a Mexican had endeavored to : hJ )ou,' he nodded in the affirmative, timid' xou power ; the desert no more blossom: : like anJ others brought in their btead. Dr. Da'isI I -

: my countrymen would call a rene- leal! his Knapsacks and had been otherwise just not escape retributive treat:nient. j tJ rose ;" the sotig of joy i no more heard was also to take a higher grade of educated Origin cif our jre Fruits.-The Peach,oru
said he sornexxhatbitterly. him like nih I I am wounded and bleeding to death, said whom he xvould teach the theory almond. Its fleshy .
?*deif thev. knew me, mncnting a Ullfe. mong tho branches ; aud the earth is strew. oung men, nally, was a poisonous
4 Why dd'nt xou shoot him, or call the he imploringly. Madre ile Dius, WM hal! !! eJ 1 with that foliage which once bespoke the and sciences connected with Agriculture, pre- parta were then used to poison arrows and itwas .

'Can we take Monterey !' 1 inquireJ, aLe uard, eh ?' protect mcLt! a\'e me heie with this chil:1 ; 1 rignificcnce: of tlunuJIt'r.'laalc'cr may parq tome for translating Agricultural works for this purpose introduced into Persia ; ,

ruptl!. Sacrc !' when I como wide open awake ,ou can secure the doors and xviti long sa I that Itt' the p3Sioosllich society has awakened, iuto the Turkish language, making coutcibuons Ihe transplanting and cultivation, however, ll;

'Yes ; but xou mutt fight for it. It i is hc gone !' i cannot bo enlarged. This is the daughterf we amid this apparent desulatiou! of and editing newspapers &c. The Sul- not only removed its poisonous qualities: but ; :
pause
strongly t fortified and well guarded. Fare- Get out, kimplelon. You'i dreamed what I one of those spies I slew and I would' say xture. U'c sit it down iti the lodge of the tan was highly! pleased with the plan, gave pr reduced the delicious fruit xve now enjoy. .

*eUI\\"ilI..ee jouajrain.' Jsajia ixhicb, he JOu tell me.' Jinething ot importaAe to her aou-. I W dyfaring man in the xvildoruess! ," and weel it his prompt approval, aud gave Dr. Davis a The Nectarine and Apricot are natural byidations ,' .
urged! his mule forward, and I 1 lost s'ght of Ah, ah !' exclaimed he, xxith a true Gallic Very well. In half an hour expect us. f t tKat all xxo witness iu the emblem .f ourown me blanche for everything necessary to carr between the Peach and Plum. i:

Lim. ..brug, as he rolled over in his blanket againI The Louies arc all like fortieses, and we I Ifound fate. Such also in a few years will Leour out his plans ; that the necessary seeds and The Cherry was originally a berry.like ;

Two hours after this, when Let"ctnIarill I SUpOSC so, for how could the devils! come > no difficulty iu making all modes (Ifi own condition. The blossoms! of our liaials should immediately imported ; the fruil. and cultivation baa given each berry a i iseparate I

and Estancia of us, xvith privilege! ere in my canJp l' great fl1 t. I felt uncommon interest in thin I >iiii-', the pride of our bummer, will also "ami residence, buildings &c. to be construe. stem, and improves its quality! ; the t:
straggled into a a b party use belongiiip to :l large And xve bulb it-turned to the arms of sluincr. : lan, and determined ho should not get oil dct"ay ; and the pulse that uoxv beats high el 1 under his directions ; and these arc now )inrnon Mazzard is the origiual of most ot' -t
until I knew more of his strange: disguises I viI! extensive scale. The kind of Cherries. t I
a
and elegant hacienda, or plantation of tugiir with virtuous or vicious desire, graduallynk inpctcJ on very present .
and com-tbe second of the latter of 'Thunder and lightning, xxhitt a musquito!' tid unexampled inoxemeiitg I mo''utrd I and must blur 'forcxer. Wo rise liomir Hoctor) immediately set about making ploughs, The common wild Pear is even inferior 10ILe

-hich in full growth crop nearly. There was r oared a Texan friend next to me, arousing :uanl near the door. I'eihans JU uiit.utes I Ia.d I IIJ meditations with heart softened lId sub. iox els,years; instructing tho workmen;breaky ._ choke Pear ; but 6tiU, by cultivation,. ithas
xx-a !
time. clapped! \\ lieu I I.eard tkft cl.il 1 uttering ; uhadx'y horses &c. In these efforts he met finest fruits.
Bolbin( ptrticular to flit r.1rt 11TLe men rue a ti'cond clu'o. and xve leturn into life as lit a in tie come to rank among our .
'ere off to 1ok at tiur lrot j'', the women I)-n your tluiOt'6.u.'t! jou mukusi rreains of terror awl ;anguish and the \'oc'-I': *cene whete we haxc **di pieti'd ourIxes any obstacles, and with difficulty got the 'I reckon I love ycr' said a Yankee aC4 I.
another an.l fur lh. third ur the man endeavoring to can her. 1 which rather stiff and covered nulls. .
aid. They offered the never-failing torti.'iasmd L: nc Ue groxxlcd ; ia vain. gI"OUIIJ!, was untant to his sxvecthcait. blow 011 ;
milk of which comrndr) 1t\ail..d I time 1 dozed. I (j out to him. There was no answer, anJ I Yet a few years, xxe think and all that now \\ ith joint: grass, in proper order fur cotton.- Jonathan, do you arrive at the calculation t 1' )
my
Acmselvcf, while I stoxi at lie door viexxing4e Christopher) Columbu !' xi-lled 1 in Ics g lying STIlt to a little) abort, an pecuniary blt.s, or all thai noW cou\'ul! humatiily, will II Ic, however, commenced planting on the 22d quired the fair OUB. By simple! addiiionr' 1
prospect. It xva ;ulld. IVaknot: mouii. I. han 5 minutes, as I sprang Uit! upriielit 'that err, thu girl also became ciient. 1 toiii,! him also have perilled.! The highest pageantry"life hr .April and finished the 5tb of May. plied: the ready reckoner for when_ I bayou \: "

Was appeared to the a'Kjve tn \h every tli- UNt base: I been a yigjii'ic i Ilinippcr, with a \-o could xx-axte no more tiin" I will pass-the loudest! : miles Itiuruphof This has been a colder year than: usuali banging on any arm, I {guess my sum tJ f l
rtction. The face of ll'e "nJu'atin: ground rociit saw bill! !' l' lieuca, Senorcb-CalaUc.rm, cried ho, I of conquest will 1.11.! Mlcnt in tl.(' grave ; i the spring, and much more rain. Usually .ppiness is complete.' r
pread on before me was -uiliiiR in veidure.Reimiful Kithcr mUlluitocl'rc unnsjaly: large 'md I win soon be read}. i'lic minute and thl' wicked xvherexer active, "will cease icy have no rain from the 15th of May untilIhe -: toa *

specimen of the romantic mood of aud energetic, or somebody was iiTtlulgiug in will be quite ready. t I (rum[ troubling," and the \H'.lrydJt're"t'r 1st September. This year therevere A sea captain} once upon a time, observedrcsael
kture numerous. I'loxver of splendor I I amp!' jCl t'A. I thought and I lay awake, but The lirn was up, and xve undid the! fastenig flering st iII bw t at ie" ." Under! an im. xeral little shower The Cotton came up yawning iajfc r.los fearful! way, deerXfild. tiDfP

Lad were xx-ere doileJ abi variety I feet and the girl was there, I the throat cut from ear to I of about vide berth but afterwards ihiMigLt jie xvould!
'bJing air of ofines.i' to what around u grain xvaggun oppohitc m\ II. 1n.'Ul'r.rrhe cures, lb nnituoslties: the haeds was damaged! !, and with the exception a .
an supreme I
fold otherwise have been a refinement of making headway Ueultbily. It ma) be Rough car, and the bloody! weapon iu the bands of! which society may haviengciKlered, fi\'f acres, none of it came up ; when the 6? C.tluJ inquire the luugiUile.! lie'therefore haicJher
and other officer I Ihe murderer x\bo was wpjatting) upon his This all came' :-' What ahtjs is that Tbe Samuel
"Ssednes, if I so express rnjRclf. As ICeod Heady or some replied, orit uk unperceived( .from our bosoms. In tho Jut arrived, he re.planted. .' tValker.
die may scene and listening lo the i may not* Here gue.aud! I caught the Il auuchcK. Mierul desolation of uatiuc xxo feel the lilllc up well,grew wen,bloomed xvell.and is now full \ .* Where are you from ? Froth** ;
-rtimentor viewing thoughtless comrade, my eyetaogt figure in uiy right aim in the twinkling of aim3)e. 'Thus peii-h this lace of traitors who flIlJ.cir II'JS i>f our own patrons-xve look forward tuthai ufhoHs a:>d he thinks the hundred acres plan.tl'd B ston, down cat.1w commands her ,
my country !' exclaimed the cruel xvrctch, to make one hundred bales ofthrt'fI Why, I undertook! her, but I swear she it too
the of moving through kindred evening which time must bring proiui>c ,
a
k corn nt glimpse left. Had figure it not I been for the Qus ci cia r \\ hat is the matter ?-askJ hose vjes almost literally shot fi'-ry rays into 10 alJ-xve anticipate the graves of tho)B'we hundrtd weight each. mucb for mo.' !

of dress my from ztest, to that of a gay a voice in a carries tune. I ur ficcs. Death to them all-chiUn-n in. hate as of those xvo ]oe. Every unkind There was no frost till January last year, I.
jnge the l ells and 4 Who in the devil arc you, and what arc -ints-ALL !' ission falls with the leaves that fall around anJ this i is usually the case. :The Cotton was Sergeant jilter, the deserter, the N. York
"ner trickled in l-ibIJandsl
**A colored out the moustache and )ou doing bore 1' I interrogated ungiily. D-tl do;* !' exclainiC'l a Tennessean at Uf i and wo return slowly to our homes, and 'bitted five feel in the rows, and eighteen mmercial stales was well known iu thatrnmunity. I

'Jr,gaudy lad other cottons,I could baxe tworn 4 Oh' replied! the iwliiiJual, in the broken ly side-' take that I I' as he aimed a blow hthis to ;tho society which surrounds us, with the inches apart, on level with the ground, antic. ) lie was recruiting sergeant for f
et ce'.eras: hut plain Kuglish I had heard the prient make head with hi* clubbed! musket.! to enlighten bless them. sating the effect of dry weather. Time CutLon 50 me time, and kept the rendezvous next to .'
or
ih
to only
who ,
friend helped me
&dmT J .Mexican noticed and UIC -'it iI me. 1 am about my own busiEM. i.IJ i. Malcdito. r yelled the fellow, as be sprang If there were no other efi.-ccLa. in)' brethren, planters from America, who have been Ihe corner of Cedar street \VasbiDgt .--#. ': .
Juan. He glance
my .' ,like a cat from hi* silting posfire and darted I.such of nature upon our I, hcrt', pronounce the crop equal to that grownlI Jcy was a man of very largo frame, moro ., : < -
t- Udc, as he thought unobserved among I w as overcome by astonishment. Detain.: trough the door. He xvas ofT like a rocket appearances would still bo valuable- they on of our American soils and, the Doctor than six feet high. Uo was formerly a sei's, :;. "- 0
inds they any
corn, and wa |lost to my gjgbt. I that felt i him, I rehearsed to him the miraculous'Icenesc nd'' as we ay of a flea, when wo [put our ould, teach _us humility, and with it they I links better than Carolina crops. The Car. gcnnt in the With regiment of the British at. -: ". '1

l es.sj, ud &t onco initinctjvely guesed, ig I bad seen of him in different clar.ctcrs4 banc on him he was not there. A hundred mould teach us charity. I lua uegioes think .it ,bears heavier than at r stationed in Canada from which ho"3e-, _. _' _r

r!treachery were abroad. Th. line ;* '. / .xis oflC one of our men seeing f him with 'a I bome, and the Doctor sure of it. He sent, aerted,aud came to New York:city' Sftortljr.erward W r
:r' on, aud wan d quarter of a anileIeateredthehotzse.pluckedtblouom knife In his ) hand brought htm'down I the U. S. Anaa d,be-
Thai it not wonderful, he repUe4wiIiiit : loody : hear one complain of beingIgbted } s MHO days ago, a grown boll of Cotton tthebiltai aerjolned
__ dUemb4uthre uame J"re with a sergeant's short word and xve, coming When you .any rich S with omo,blooms and aquarestheWcla | Jag well skilled in his profession, tru ce&t to t
of utmost or ,
tlhe ,
the reipectabJe ,
uvs.L1 1 c ct**jtro* Bg before'a"indotf; and of who look IkOns ''P1 dragged fa's' body. Into a doorway,while a by.., J rned. The ho was"greatly; dejfgnted ; and Jielstiactive .W.cat Point; where ke acted',as drill sergent .
lered bro bers .u have'been ervdju by ,
:; 'tr'h tL rr I hcraU speat out, or call : few*scattered ih ts fell from the pierced shutl .ik bo* many tlcie. :
bim MW &, on tbafarrajte r tome .
this fP
you inxrard. august personage .
It will cj-6
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thfc .
d.aeeXr 1 aDd communicate with him. 1 assassin and the other lives on blebcl. ten: on Ihe opposite tide of the street. I jmplatnant. c c -y' p, ''..
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) NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN COLLEGES. OUR VICTORIES CONFIRMED! na himself on the gr6un , c : ; o in obtaining enemy marched not several heavy columns, throughout ihe bombardment of
There has been much difficulty
We most cordially in tbe views pre. their left at the, commencerner t ; tbo fort he stood l Clplep
concur within his
BY J. C. RIDLESEPRE w. and ex.ecutive and in reaching passed range >y guns and when
it all tbe sergeants
force orderly
that as nearly
their
admit entire
"'. .1! sented by the Richmond IVkig In the following EXCLCHVtLT rOK THE JOCttWAL MESSENGER, the r 'fty officers have been killed or wounded. of Steptoc's. guns, when he turned a heavy the enemy were stormed, he Continued .5!

;tt:;lt. article. Tbe frieuds of law and order, of the AND GIC.4 TELCGRATH. was ,OO ; i is certain and that Including kied The conduct of all the non-commissioned officers and destructive fire upon them. As soon asher vance his bat\r under the WiMr to.d!
Constitution, of the Union, everywhere, should prisoners dispersed, lot reached the work he turned his himself 6rt
"; THE AMERICANS IN MEXICO.Gem. wounded of them wereregulars has been gallant and most conspicuous.More ( attention possessing and infusing, Into
: .r mark their reprobAtIon of an institution which near5,000. Many in Gen. Werth'sdivision to the fort, and in the couiee of an hour's a cool and deliberate bravery hllc?
i'l Pillow and than half the officers
ad
lawless conduct of Shild WOrlrC.tlcInh tbe lltb and 12th Infantry Regiment -
'; hat thus sanctioned the one struck down. either killed cannonading drove them out out, and silenced sion surpassed by none. You .elf.pt
have been
] latter
t 11' of its high officers. More especially it in. Liu. Cl ltain Sco Ga.Mm suffering motThe commander of the all the fire him who
; i cuinbent upjm the South to afford no encour. Batr on ,KlGrC Col. TVnorio, is a prisoner our bands ; or wounded, in the actions of Churubfisco andEl guns. Capt. Sirpiue's through i was recaptured the Buena 7iJ\
of the effective
EL }; : I Molina del and of the compa. out was one most wel. guns, still covered with the blood of
Jjoss other and ,
to! such an institution, and to mark of Officers 4"en some fourteen officers belonging !o the formerare Rey many ibo,,
PFILii agemept 4. command directed that has been witnessed during who fell over them at the time
those who do doubtful fealty to her honor J. Riddles special Express again also prisner but the commander} Gen. nits have absolutely no one ty were lost
r4, i' as war, while his position was such that the enemy's and afterwards used them with
them.
decili ;
and her interests. placed in possession of very important intelligence Perez, escaped. I learn that shot had little or no effect upon him. effect at the battle of Molino del ;,
wounded officers cannot
Pa. Herald contains a list of from Iuico as late the 18th of Sep The foundry, in which several mould fir Of our Rey on she
i, j.J{ the The Carlisle, College in that place, tember. The Picayune of ihe a 14ih from whichwe casting cannon and other apparatus were founJas one of them has received mortal injury, altho'tbree The siege batteries continued an uninterrupted 8th insU Under cover of the night Gen.
r FacuhfofVickinsou after or four are in a dangerous situation.- fire the Castle of Chapultepec Quiman'a column erected a
"The is ever and upon and
glorious,
the news
..' the name of copy : \ ascertaining breatwork
... among whom we recognise says The wound of Maj. Waite, severe throughout tbe day, vhicb was answered by put position a battery
Rev. John McCHntock, A. M. Professor of the I glorious for lha American arms ; at she same ibis, Gen. Scott, not wishing to hold position ahlouJh' on*
-: and Literature. lime our losses arc severe, and the details ,ordered all the forces to retire. will not keep him long from same eleven guns in the work. Our guns provedto 68-pound and one 24-pound howitzers,intend

; Greek and'.Latin Languages it will remembered, the killed and wounded heart-iickening.o The position lay under the guns of Chapultepcc !. may be said of Capt. Mason, and Lieut. Fos. be very destructive, a we found after the ing to warm up the citadel in the morning.J

3 This Mr. AJcClintock, in the recent Also. Thank God none of our generals have been and was of course soon re.occupied b ter of the engineers. Major Wright walt work was taken 500 dead men unburied but Gen. W'nh's column got his guns in a

., figured quit conspicuously in one of which a cit.i killed, but Maj. Gen. Pillow and Brig. Gen. tbe Mexicans who will no doubt claim a victory ) rck in the stomach by a partially spent ball thrown in ditches. The building also wascompleirly tion to every thing in his vicinity/pi-
T lition riots in that town, after .
.\: while the storming party of riddled.It night Lieut. Hagner threw
.., while in the act of reclaiming Shields were both wounded severely, but wern on paper. gallantly leading a few hoi
i !: ken Maryland, mortally wounJVd. toe doing well at last accounts. Col. M'Intu' We regret that .Mr. Kendall's letters giving 500 picked men, hut is now recovering from was determined on the morning of the and shell into the city, which no doubt in.timidated .

1. ;, a his fugitive partfcipk'tion slave, was in this outrage the Reverend and Col! C. Ransom, Lieut. Col) 11lil Scott the details of tho conflict from the evening of the effect. I shall make further enquiries in 13th to storm the Castle of Chapnltepcc and the enemy veiy mucb, .they had

:; lrofe580r"as subjected to a mock trial, and I itut. Graham, of Infantiy. the 1 lib to the final capture of the capital did relation to tbe wounded officers before I cost the works connected with it. The General- a taste After of the this at Vera Cruz

t in the teeth of the most incon. Lieut. Col. Baxter, of the New York regiment, not reirh: n*. We ar compelled therefore to this letter. in-Chief, knowing the strength of the fortifications results and success of the day,
'
was acquitted
Gen.
Scott
trovfrtib evidence of his guilt. And yet, in and Lieut. Col. Dickinson, of the South Car. prosentthc I following brief history ofthe whole No less than nineteen of the deserters, captured ant the strong force with which it intended, on the morning of the
14ih
of this fact perceive that he isagll.in olina regiment, are dend. affair which we find in the Picayune by Gens. Twiggs and Shields at Churnbuxco was garrisoned, concluded to assault it withold to nuke; lodgement on (he New Pu-
we
,
1 despite fill an Chair in In the battle of the King's Mill on the 8th, [TH\>SIATED.] have been found fully guilty, and are to and well tried troops-not that he -lid! not cn, (entering by .the San Cosine gate) and
to
:i appointed institution important which has Gen..\r orth'8 dh'isiol (which went into the # be hung to-morrow morning. The miscreant i confidence in the divisions of General bombard the city, and for this purpose .th.
Dickinson College-an Copy a trritten by a foreigner lo one possess balance of
.:s' numbered eretofore among its students not a action some 2000 strong against 15,000)) lost of o le.ll in Vera Crux (a French. Riley, who commanded them,escapes the pun. Pillow and Quitman-but in carrying a ed from El Gen. Twiggs' division was order-

few from th.e Southern States. We hope that about 600 men in killed and wounded. In ) countrymen ishment of death as he proved that he deserted point which was the key to all our future operations Worth. Piedad to the support of Gen.

hereafter permit one of the battles of the 13ih-the storming of Cha. 7nal. before the war. He has been sentenced, it would not do to make mistakeor
will MEXICO 23 1Q47. Z
Southern Sept.
11 no man walls of Col. pultepec, and the attack on the citadel-Quit. however, to be severely whipped, to be bran. omit to take Therefore the night ofthe 13th, Santa Anna I
the a advantage. enc.
his Jwards; to enter I avail of the departure every uated all his
sons Dear Sir
:- and chain in positions and
My ball
Professor Me- I man's division lost :300, Twigg's 268, Pillow's myself led as well and. to wear a the storming from the divisions of Gen. retreated from the IOn
lege in which such a man of the British courier to sketch partie had mote
a
dcser- ,
you front of the during the war A city having than one.halfofhis
such circumstances, 142, and Worth's 138-813 in all. Worth army Worth and Gen. Twiggs. which had so frequently ar.
Clintock has been, uuder the it has been luck witness in killed
scenes my to taken the at the Molino, my and wounded or
had thousand in this action. ter prisoners taken
Even under ordinary scarcely a : men among been under severe, fire were selec prisoner
teacher.
reappointed a the capitol and environs. dealt with. It the 'latter Gen.
wisdom Our entire loss since leaving Puebla in killed, wn the Sdi, was summarily ted. The batteries continued their among Bravo wib
circumstance?, we cannot perceive any The Mexicans beaten in nil heavy str
ha\ingbrcn that be deserted from Monterey last fair; at Santa Anna
wounded anti Mr.[ sets downat seems Chapultepec.
missing the fort and about o'clock when
fire
of Kendal 7 ,
or propriety in the to common practice sen. 3000 ; another given it 4*0. points and in every way from the 8h: to the and a comrade who recognized him, to save the upon of Gen. Smith arrived he fought us on the 1tb. he would hardly

i ding Southern youth to ortbr institutions And yet Gen. Scott entered tbe alley of Mexico 13tb: insts., Gen. Santa Anna Jell the cipltol the trouble of a court martial, at one pitched brigade force to the division of Gen.as Quitmanas a sup- have a body-guard lefllo corr his retreat.

(p of learning, then we have within our own wih: an a little exceeding 10,. in the evening thC 13lh and took the roan him into the mill flume and he was crushed to porting Ear in the morning:the two columns took
.d borers seminaries of equal merit, if not of 000 nrn. army What only wonders have not these to the interior. On the lath, in the morningthe pieces by tIll wheel Another batch of deserters soon as Gen Smith's brigade reachedits up hwir march. Gen: Quitman and Smith
the division of Gen. Pillow ,
for of the position-
; equal celebrity, languishing want Americans entered the city in a quiet trial passed the head of their
. "ten tliou nd''achieved The Mexican: accounts very who have been uncer.oinO a at commands, entered the
Molino del and ascended the bill
if from Key on
I support thus given to strangers. But that at time manner, and Gen. Scott was already in the here in Tacubay will be bung in a day or Grand National Plaza, at 7 o'clock.
representing wo were any I the west side,the Voltigeur Regiment, which
I; a false idea of the superior advantages presented seriously are not tru. The Mexican palace, when on a sudden the people! of the two it i ii saiJ. Most richly d:they deserve column was formed in the Phza, and. by Te
and Unit repulsed : had been advanced into the timber to clear o.der
I' by more richly endowed Colleges loss is not definitely ascertained, but was enor. low casscs commenced throwing st.'nts on their fate. i of Gen Quitman, tbe National: Standard
skirmishers the
of the became
' versilies of the North, parents and guardians the Americans from the tops of the houses, and The following list of the officers killed and enemy's assaulting of the Cerro Gordo Ditisiou while the

: .. t in the SlavehftlJing States will continue to give mous.Gen. Bravo was not killed, but was taken from all the streets, whilst inl] 'idu.1 of a'' wounded in Gen. CadwalaJer's! brigade I believe division.force Gen., supported Worth by the situated balance of tbe the care to a present, was flung tu coramJiid the-
institutions to
similar
; them tbfl preference over We do not see that Santa Anna better standing, fred from the \\' and to bo nearly corrtct. I so happened I > was breeze over the National Palace and it now
that north and the left of Gen. Pillow. A
..* I among them Jves, we rcspectlully suggest was wounded. It is true that ho has resignedthe balconies en the an ( who were far from to the order of battle that the 1111 Regiment on put triumphantly waves over the HaUt of the
of Gen. forco ascended the
they would atjeast; discriminate so far between Quitman's on
ordered
xpctingcb treatment. Gen. Scott immedia ely engaged. brigade of hi Montfzumai, and, with one of
Presidency. Since his resignation he had was our national
the s.nith and the of .
from Gen. As
; them withhold their to right
as patronage of
he !
immediately pieces artillery to placed called into action towardsthe
: Gen. PKtfce we
' made an address to his The ac. was may say-
countrymen. the division of Gen. Pillow and of
'i ;' those, which, like Dickinson Colt'ge, re-ap- tion of the 8th was evidently)' most severe. It in al directions and soon swpt tho street close of the battle. He lost a few men, Gen. Quitman's ascended, and a carried portion the pets Our flag i.i there, our flag is thereDelollit -

: pints as a member of its Faculty, Abol. is thus described by Mr. Kendall in his letter.TACCBAVA. grape ho'', hut this proved insuflicient hit I learn that no officers were killed. Both glorious stripes and llr!
so rabid as to induce him to a to subdue the insurrection. Gen. Scott then Gens. Cadwalader and Pierce behaved with Castle in most gallant style, the balance of ft. .our flag is there.
.
mob of negroes in a violent to deprivea Kept, 23, 1847.- few > diverse with Gen. Quitman's force, and the brigade of Gen. '' it with three loud huzzas!r*
:- : attempt Forenoon 10 sent a companies s on points the elacrity and galantry on the oc
a Southern slaveholder! of his property, in endeavoring from another, 0'cok.-I 11\'e just returm'l order to break open every house out (which casion.greatest Here is a list of the killed and woun. Smith swept the works on the rOd,the whole Gen Worth's command halted four or fire

t to reclaim which he fell a victim to of the Iallo American -one on they should firr to put to the sword those found ded in the brigade of the former : of the commands moving harmoniously and squares from the Plaza, where Col. Girlandwas
victoiy arms was complete,
the fury of his infamous assailants. At this within, and Ia llv to nick: the therein simultaneously together, much to the honor wounded.
property
I r moment Mr. McCHntock, instead of filling an and on which our troops contended against an contained. This! order, wh ichwas. oiccatedwitb GEN. CADWALADER'S DRG.\DF. I IKILLEDCOt I and credit of their respective commanders: About 8 o'clock, Gen. Scott and) Staff in
llth in.
in M. Graham
position in a College, would have enemy) immensely superior lumber and great moderation (thanks to the secret Wm. the enemy in their different positionsat full feather, escorted by the cavlr entered
Gen. Worth
been suffering the penalty of the law, as the strongly posted. commenced the instructions of Gen. Scott but in lanfry ; Johnson, llth infantry. one and the same time a fatal blow. The the city, amidst the huzzas soldiery on
; ,) some cases
ofhe
; attack at early daylight! and in less than two WOUM>ED-Maj<'r Savage, 14th
t leader of an Abolition mob, and a particeps with stern soon put down the insur inf\ntr} hill, where Gen. Pillow's command ascended, all sides. As he entered band ofthe2d
energy
hours all
carried the
I criminis in a murder, had no the jury by every pint was cannon rection. These scenes lasted three long and saddaysfrom slightly ; Maj. Talcott, Voltigucrs, slightly had been mined fur the purpose of blowing! Dragoons, mounted interested the staring
.. of tbe enemy in our possession, an im. Guthrie, 14th slightly ; Capt. Irvin,
which he was acquitted feared popular opinion the to the 16th, and I assure Capt. inf up our troops when they arrived at this point, crowds with hail Columbia. As the escort
at home more than they did the sin of perjury.Be mense quantity] of ammunition captured, and we were 1.lh alarmed! during the wholeof llth inf. slightly ; Lee, llth infantry, but the rapid movements of the Voltigeur entered the Grand Plaza, tbe hand moved

this as it may however, Professor McClin- nearly 1:0 men, among them fifty-three: ofii- I you the time. foreigners, those : slightly ; Lieut. Kintsing, Voltiguers, slightly, Regiment, and the deadly effect of the fire of the patriotism of tbe whole of us to a little

tock is not a fit teacher for Southern youth, nor cers taken prisoners. imbued in Al respects incu'lilr to,1 Lieut. Thomas Shields, 14lh info slightly ; their rifles: as they followed up the enemy higher pitch, by the good!, old-fashioned national
For than hour the battle witha .
is the College that retains him in its service violence more not an since raged Mexican wad the Americans, agree m one point that Lieut. Swan, Voltiguers, s1gl.tIy.The from the first position, prevented thei carrying air of Yankee Doodle !rJ

worthy ofS.uther patronage. surpassed thl tho American has not done the bun. loss of noncommissioned officers and out their views and intentions. Just as One ofthe first acts of Gen. Scott was,t
army
commenced and the odds
war so great opposed in this brigade I have not yet ascertained tbe command of Gen Pillow the hill
privates rose Gen. Quitman and Governor
dredth part of the injury it had a right to do, appoint Cij Military
Mankind the Thirteenth that for time the doubt.
Clnrury.-They some reslJ3' and which European armiesoIJ have donein ; it will not exceed 100. Tho loss in and while in the act of assaulting tbe work,J of Mexico and S. Belton Lieut.
had neither looked into heaven nor earth, nei. t ful. force of the Cot
Tho enemy cstima. command which consisted of
&inilar circumstances. Major[ Sumner's he fell wounded, and Col. Ransom was killed, Governor. Gin Quitman's department
ther into :the sea nor the land, as has been ted at fiorn 12.000, strongly! posted behind and 33 wounded. Of Em
killed
A foreigner and having seen war. 230 men, was ( but so lucidly had Gen. Pillow explained hs: braces' the following Officers : Cap F. N.
done since. They had philosophy without breastworks, and to attack them our small! mself
killed and 79 wounded.-
horses he had 27 and intentions in tho work, Ass't and M.
fare in Europe the end of Napoleon'smilitary objects carrying Page, Adj't.General. Lieut.
scale without demoast ration.- force scarcely! 3000 was obliged to
astronomy approachon Nearly every officer had a horse shot under and aided by an active and efficient staff,that Lovell M. Wilcox aai R. P. Hammond,Aid-
career, I, judging by comparison, ,
: They made war without powder, shot, can. an open plain! and without the least cover ;
him. his command moved on and carried the work G. T. M. Davis
give it as sincere and candid opinion that de-Camps ; Capt. Secretary,
mortars the mob mado their but their dauntless carried them my
f'1 non or ; nay courage over crisis while the
Matters are approaching a without brought to stand. As snd Mr. Levi .
. if a continental had been stoned and even being n Interpreter.After
bonfires without squibs; or crackers. They1ne" obstacle, and notwithstanding the Mex.ial1rj .army fred
every mistake in not entering the capital on Gen. division charging on the further of the
great was giving
Quitman's
: i_ : -i- .1 .1 IIIM.U l'\-ili( of ''< r""V'h<;IJ l particulars fight,
p. dTji vieweo lho'stafY witn'out were g, ; r tea r t or another the mha lHtmat"3"" have J been dealt ril the ingni 01 me zuin, wneri toR.riuiicuus were work in the road, Brig. Gen. Shields rece the same writer thus sums up the story.

; measured altitudes without unti all dri'en i'Pf The de rather roughly. Now we are tranquil, but it perfectly panic stricken and in full flight, is ved a severe wound in the arm, and as son Since our army arrived in the vleYJ we

barometers. Learning had no printing press, was total.: is a fad tranquility, as we fear new disturban. hourly developing itself. The great sacrifice as the works were carried he returned and have lost about 3000 men in killed woun

writing no paper, and paper no ink. The But to gain this victory our own loss has res. Our precarious situation will l not change of life }esterday-the loss of so many gallant had it dressed, and again mounted his horse, ded. We have destroyed the Mexican ,
lover forced send his mistress deal for the better until be concluded the spirits-has owing to the cessation of which afterwards killed under army
was to a been uncommonly se\'crt-it has been purchased peace or aJleen was shortly of over 30,000 men-upwards of 6000 of
board for a love letter, and a billet doux might with the 'blood of the most gallant spirits Americans send about 15,000 men more.- hostilities which followed, him, but be continued to command his brigade which have been taken prisoners, We have

, be ofthe size of an ordinary trencher. They oftbe army. Tho 5th Infantry has suffer. The army of invasion is really too small, for and an awful responsibility rests either with which was engaged throughout the captured 70 pieces of artillery-27 at the bat

, were clothed without manufactures, and the cd the most. This regiment alone with the figure to yourself 7,000 men in a city of upwards the Government or with Gen. Scott and Mr. the day, and the name of Shields will longbe tIe of Conlreras, 10 in the fort at Cburubnsco

richest r >les were the skins of the most for. 6th : l 8lhvas engaged in the attack upon a of :200,000 hostile souls, and in Pucb. Trist. The instrction'i show, but I am remembered in connection with the lau and 33 on tie I2lb, 13th, and I4tb.

midable monster. They carried on trade strong work on the enemy's right, and was less than 1500 men to maintain a populationof of the opinion is mostly to rels won by the Palmetto of the South and In the DfUa we find a list of four column! of the
without books and without than This is too lit- Mame.! The latter are censurable for placingfaith the of the North.
correspondence opposed to such superior numbers that it was more 50,003. really Empire killed, wounded and missing in the
posts their merchants kept no accounts ; their compelled to retire along with tbejotbers. tie. in Mackintosh, in giving Santa Anna so Gen. Pillow being disabled byhis; wound, .. ments, from the 8th, to the 14th. the.urra 01 eDg 1b

shopkeepers no cash-books ; they had surge. The celebrated Col. Martin'Scot! was killed The Americans have covered themselveswith much time, or even in having any reliance Gen. Worth took the command of both his: the American Flag was hoisted over the capital!,.

t ry without anatomy, and physicians without in this attack, along with Lieut. IJurAvell and glory in all the battles fought in :Mexico ; upon his power and ability to make peace un- I own division and that of Gen. Pillow, and follows 1. Gen:Worth' Di,i Kie., Wounde. Missinf.S7
materia medica emetics without all and each ofthein heroes. It is iler all tho circumstances, Jiowevcr much he advanced the the .. 76
t ; they gave Strong, while Col. Mclntosh and many other they arc a along aqueduct leading to 2. Gen Twigg's 36' 19- 10
1 ipecacuana, and cured ages without bark. ofcer were badly: wounded. The worse great thing to see a handful Americans cut might have desired it prsonaly. I will say gates of San Cosme. Gen. Quitman, with 3. Gen Fillow'a I 21 111 10

; Pretty Good.--A correspondent of the In. savage nliscreantl in ,the fort, after our i their way through 300 miles of dense population nothing of the bribery side of tbe. his own command and Gen. Smith's brigadealso 4. Gen. Quitman 21 267

.. dependent Monitor, (Tuscaloosa) who lately men retired, set up a yell and came out and and hoist the Mar spangled banner on the picture is undoubtedly the work of tbe exceedingly advanced towards. the city by the aque. Total -238 -47
visited the massacred such of our wounded were I dOles of this capitol. wise men at Washington. Bad advise duct leading into tbe city at the gate of Pie 1383
to This
f. Washington city, objects nudity a una. the grand total in wounded
ble off. In this Gen. llarrera, eX.PI side nt, has ers have seen busy both her. and at home, dad \thich is commanded the Citadel.On mak. kie. a
to by
t t' of the Indian girl in Persico's group, representing get way poor Burwell lost ( gone to.. missinz 1.GC3 To this mist ate some
I j the landing of Columbus. his lire. Fully were they a\cnged, however ; Queretaro, when a Congress is to assemble in recommending measures to bring about a each of the routes the two columns met II to five huntJr lost by casualties in city and (fit-

f This reminds us, tbe State Journal and for within halfan hour Duncan's battery, aided next month. Il took with him 4000 men, peace and their counsels have: prevailed to tbe with a decided and stubborn resistance, and ease, thf previous hoses| at Contreras and C&Brubusco .
I says exclusion of the opinions of men who might and it will be found that the total loss
Flag, ofthe old maid who, after reading the by tbe fall another, of tLeir woikfc, dro\'c and Santa fell! back upon Puehla with after the advance of Gen. Worth's commandhad our since leaYing Puebla will t
the wretches fall 2,000 horsemen. These two belies of have been listened to with profit. I trust the reached the of San Cosme the fire -ry. b bt1ee3.
: account of the gallant rescue of Miss Onslow dastardly in flight across the troops gate 500 and 4000, including the very ay.
from the wreck ofthe PuU&ki, by a Mr. Ridge, fields. No one knew or even surmised the are the remnants of the 20,000 regular troops experience ofthe past may provealesjon for was so hot that they were compelled temp both ofcer and men-truly :fearful
( t to whom she was afterwards married, and strength of the place! ; it was an old! fort, constructed who defended the city no longer than two tbe fj'ure, and that by this time our rulers must rarily to abandon: it-and did not ".
see and feel that in order to bring about a
= brought a fortune 8200,000, remarked that long since, and was one cfthe main weeki ago. permanent lodging unti towards evening,
Some that will be advocated peace with the Mexicans they must use hard when of train Harness Dragoons.-Tbe corresponded
Miss Onslow might be and a great defences of the line of WOI ks. people bopi peace a portion siege bater wa
I': r heiress, but for her own very part pretty she had rather On the enemy's left, and) nearer Chapulte- by several members of the next Con. blows instead of salt words. Yours, &c, brought into action, as also a or t\o of of the New Orleans Delta! furnishing additional

be drowned any time than be saved by sitting pec, our lo.s was also great, although not assevere. gress at Qucretaro, !but, for my part I do not G. \v. K. the mountain howitzers, which hurled the memoranda of the battles of the 19tl

; alone on a piece of the wreck, with a youngman It \:1 here that Col. Mm.l. Gray. believe it. The fly of these people is not shot and shell about (the cars of the enemya and 20th August. The following is a paragraph .
STORMING
in her night ham, as biave a spirit a ever was killed !. I yet at an end. wi they open their OF CHAPL TEPEC. little hotter than they desired. Gen. Quit. from them :

Very much like the gown.Monitor's critic was the ; Capts. Jerri and Ayres also fell in this eyes to their true Never. This is The following graphic account of the star.I man's column, with the Rifles at their head, After the works of Churubuoco had been

bashful young man who lately took some ladies part of the feld. The wonder now is how my fear. 'I ring of Chapultepec, the fight before the continued steadily (sand cautiously on, taking carried by storm, the dragoons, under their

to see Power's beautiful statue of our first any one come out safe under such a gates; and of the various incidents which position and breastwork as they'came: in con valliant leader, Col. Harney, were ordered

.j mother. Seeing her standing before them as terrible fire a the enemy poured from his en. All communications with tbe interior are occuml up to the capture of the City of Mexico tact with them until they arrived near tbe forwar to pursue the retreating (be-and_ on

large a life and twice natural, he blushed tire line of works. Nothing but the daringand cut off. J by Gen. Scott, we take from one of theleler gate of the city. Here the firing was so heat wan they went like winged messengers o

immediately, and turning a to the ladies, said impetuosity of our men, who rushed on. Gen. Quitman had been'appointed Go\rern- of Mustang in (lie New Orleans Delta : vy, both from small arms and artillery, thatit their bright sabres glittering in th res-

t ward while their comrades were falling thick or of the city. Santa Anna was reported to .On the llth, a column of cavalry sallied was deemed prudent to carefully reconnoi beams, amidst the buzzars ofthe light troop,

: hastilyWe've called too early. She's not dressed around them, gained the victory-had they have fallen back to Tla co! accompanied by out from the fort on the San Antonio road, tre it before attacking. Accordingly Lls flushed with the victory over the fort. TM

;. yet. Let's .Ecg.acualeV once faltered all would have been lost. only 500 cavalry. Capt. Clay and the other either fur the purpose of threatening our position Beauregard, of the engineers; Love!!, of horses teemed to partake of the enthnsiisa

" The broken ground on the right of the enemy American officers who had been retained as or taking Captain Magruder's battery, Gen. Quitman's staff) and Van Doren, of of their: riders, nnd dashed forar with so*

I Curu Funeral Directions.-An old gen. cut up by deep ravines,, saved many of prisoners, had been telcased and joined Gen. which was stationed with the picket within Gen. Smith's saf! went forward to ascertainthe pernatural strength ; and in spirit u>d

I four score and two, Mr. Jedediah Santa Anna's troops in their flight ; yet it Scott. about 800 yards of their fort,though in a great position irs ; they returned, and state of feeling tbey overtook the retreatingarmy
a
Preble, died last week in Bethany, Genesee I was our.dragoons killed and captured many of The American Star," a new paper, was measure rovnrr<] from the range of their guns. upon their report tho Rifles, supported by a and continued to cut them down to tIC

county, and was buried on Sunday at Batavia, the fugitives. Large bodies of tbe Mexican issued in Mexico on the 20th. Speaking of As soon a they got their column moved out small force of infantry, was advanced forwardfor very gates of the city, when the enemy tobfc

according to the written instructions given cavalry: approached the scene of strife several the battle ot the 9th, Mr. Kendalsas : The into a place free from all obstructions, Capt. the purpose of picking off the artillerists, fortifications at the city seeing that the cavalry .

by him to his son, a follows : times, but they were driven like sheep by entire loss in Gem Worh's out of Magruder opened two pieces upon them with which they did-being partially: covered by I. would inevitably run in behind his brU-

f I "Dre s this body in old-fashioned apparel, Duncan's [battery. some 1800 or 2,000 that went into action, will shot and shell, which passed through them the aquaduct-with the .ame sncce?s and accuracy \ unless something was c.ne.

I with a white cloth tied about its head and a The Muxican loss has been even more 6P. not fall short of 600. Tho Dragoons and with great destruction, and they took to their a one of our souther or western men batteries with grape and through

4. sheet upon its body, a coffin made of basswood vere. than our own. Gcu. Baldcras, Gen. Gen. Cadwalader's. brigade did not sutler so heels, ant got back to the fort as quick as would shoot squirrels. This rendered the sit tbe masses of his own retreating soldiers. .u

J or white pine boars painted white, painted Leon, and many other officers are numbered severely in comparison.The possible. The fort opened two guns on the uation of the Mexican artillerists so uncomfortable soon a Col. Harney perceived the npr

at all. And my farber request and charge among the dead whit (lie interior of their list which follows maybe relied upon- battery, but without further effect than killing that they were unable to stand to of his own command, he had the

is that none of my children or relatives! wear works, the tops of hOlsps from which they GF' WORTH'S DIVISION.KILLED. one man of the 15th Infantry. An officer their guns long enough to load them, and ed, and the dragoons ordered back, but they

any mourning for my dead or departed body, fought, and the ground tle oer w hicb they fled are .-Col J'trtin ScottSh: ; Capt. Marril shortly after rode up and inquired of Capt.Magruder they commenced moving their guns, which did not hear time enough 'to save the wW*

but rather rejoice and praise God with all strewn with lifeless bodies. Such was the r>th luf.; Capt. G. W. A)res. 3 Int ; Lieut. KJJ. if the fort had fr.d on him. Hold was perceived by Gen. Quitman, nnd he ordered command, and some gallant ofer yr

their souls, mind and strength, that I have panic that many of our officers say that a few Strong 5th Inf. ; Lieut. W. Armstrong, 2 Art. ; ing a 12-pound shot, be replied, that he had a charge, which was carried into execution wounded. Capt. Kearney an ;

gone to be with God and Christ, which is far fresh troops might have taken Chapultepec it. Lieut. W. T. HUlel, 5th Inf. ; Lieut. Farry, 3 the gentleman's card and he expected the as soon a commanded-Lieut. Stewart Lieut. Graham, Lieut McReynoIds sod

better, but strive to prepare to follow me as self aliTK.Rt without a struggle ; but other thana Artillery.WOUNDED.-Col Mclnto.h,5th Inf, severely ;- cavalry would carry back his compliments to of the Rifles, leading the way. It cap- Sergeant were killed, andtwoor.threeprivtWrounded.

far as jiave strof to follow my Redeemer, few shots fired at that point from lame of the Maj. C. A. Waite, 8th Jut .badly ; Maj G. Wright, tbe fort. tured the main work, with two pieces of artillery I

by his word and spirit, and what I have wrote captured cannon, demonstration was made. 8th In slightly; Capt. E K. Smith, 51b Inf., se About sundown Gen. Twiggs, with the which Capt Drum turned on the retreating .
t. I trust is "by tbe direction of the good spirit ofT After battle was over Gen. Scott came yerey. Capt. Cady,6h: ., slightly ; Capt. Smith, balance of his division, arrived at Pieda and enemy. Gen. Quitman was himself TJte great race-South r*. 'rotA.-/.leU!

God." out, accornpaincd tIe by his staff and also by Mr. Capt. R.., severely Anderson! ;,Capt.3d Art Walker severely, Gtb; Inf.severeJf Asst. Surgeon; Gen. Pillow moved with his division to the among the first to mount tho breastwork and graphic despatch from New York, to the ed.

Maryland Elect ion.-Philip Thorn- Tiit. The Mexicans at the time were throwing \ Robert, djngcrously ; Capt. J. L. Mason corps south of Tacubaya, and took a position on the plant the standard .thereon,at 1 o'clock. : the ors of the Richmond Enquirer, states

as, Democrat, has been Francs of shells! at some of the wagons Gen. Worth engineers severely ; Lieut. M. L-Shackleford, 2d! west side of Chapultepec, and Gen. Quitman. enemy then formed and three times attempted O. P. Hore'shorse Passenger, beat the cle

Maryland over Whig,by probably had sent out lo pick up the dead and wounded. Art., severely ; Lieut. C. S Hamilton. 5th In(.. Ie. with his division, occupied the road from Ta. to charge us and retake the position, but brte Northern crag nag,Fashion,wit grt"
GoJahoro merely ; Lieut., C. P. Daniel,2 Art., severely ;- cubaya to the of Mexico Gen. Worth'sdivision the and deadly fire of the Rifles last. TJrnf
city -
a majority of tho.aand votes. McLane, They had placed a howitzer in position on Lieot. Ernst Cth Inf., anrely-IOt rigril!'hand ; unerring .as on Wednesday hea
'I Dem., hat triumphed over Kennedy in one Cbapulteprc: at the close of the action, and Lieut. J. G. Burbank. Mh Tnt mortally ; Lieut. J. remaining in Tacubaya.In together with a volley of grape from Capt. 7m:46a; 2d beat, 7m:49js. Passenger 1

of the Baltimore Districts cut out for the latter, now, seeing no enemy within reach, the cow D. Clark.sth lnf,badly ; Lieut. C. F. Morris 8tb the course of the night three heavy bat Drum, so cut them to pieces that they wouldnot purchased at Baltimore last spring, by H*

upward of 500 The Congressional ardly wretches opened upon tbe ambulancesand Inf.severely-lost right foot; Lieut. J. Peardsley! ., teries were planted in front of the Castle of approach. nearer than rifle shot. The. oho M. Bolts, who i stated to hare still $1Interest

delegation hY ? stands 4 Whigs-2 Democrats those who were gathering the bodies of Sth Inf.,Lieut.badly ;H.Liet.J. Hunt G. ,Wainwrigh., Sth ;Inf.Lieut., se Chapultrpec : No. 1 commanded by Capt. third tIme they tried to advance under the in his ownership.

I exact Ij reverted from Ihe position of parties their wounded and lifeless comrades. On I J.verely G. ; Snelling: Sib Inf., severely H. F. Clarke, i Drum ; No. 2 by Lieut. Ilagner ; No. 3 by cover of the arches of the aquaduct, but if

-L: io the Congress. It bat happened in Ma. seeing this worse than savage outrage, one of 2d S., slightly ; Lieut. W. Hay,2 Art..slighty! ; i Lieut. Stone-all under the general commandand ever a Mexican poked his head out for the Setihrt Wanted.-The State o Aa

that whilst a democratic our officers, with a carcastic expression of LieuU J. G. Foster, corps of engineers severely ;- superintendance of Capt. Augur, Chiefof purpose of.lpping from one arch to the other invite emigrant to come' aD t }
'laO J Georga Asst. Surgeon J. Simon., slightly ; Lieut. Dent, 5th the ordinance. Also the be to which have been f
during night some sure put a
.v ha n by the people, the countenance, ask whether Mr. Trig had any Lieut. H. Priace, 4th Inf., everely 1 bal fritf .we'.p
Inf., severely ; ; .
rule in tbe Legislature I The people new pence propositions in his pocket. Mack Lieot. A. B. Lincoln, 4th Inf.,severely; Lieut. Her- Gen. Twigs Division planted Capt. Stegioe'* 1 throught it During the whole of the payment wi b'reird for .
Whig tbe administration, but a defetye intosh did not come out after the battle to gain roan Teorne, 3d Dragoon.-aid toCol.Garlsnd, se. in ( fortifications on the San Antonio noon the Citadel and a fort on our right concentrated Little aqnr cays the auor.

.- construction of the Legislative body in both more time for his friend Santa Anna, nor send verely; Lieut. Montgomery,8th Inf.,slightly; Lint road, it beinjpntended that Gen. Twiggs fire upon the gate, where our trop proof of sedemeu4wflA make a -a

: States, reverse the only rule in Republics out fresh intelligence of.the strength and move Andrews, 3d Art.. slightly. should make a feint for tbe purpose of draw were.iii the -hopes of driving thejn dee theuprsrns Co rt of time State hi

i which be and gives the minority menu of our in order that he might :MAJ. SUMNER'S COMMAND. ing out the army in that direction.At in tU .they were much mistaken although cle win ,b. valid. The forfcittd tr
C Ioerte How thai] service the army b C?pt. Croghan Ker, 2d Dragoons,wrerely ; Lieut. daylight on the the 12th all we rS jfcmt little cover. Here it w that comprise too*of Uw finest land* in lb!
to
dominion over long by morninl.o
communicating Walker,mounted OT
Melen. Tr ,
oDs"tYreI1; the I Drum fell 1 and the chance fern cheap bCir'. -
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batteries lapmted
the ,Capt. mortally woun* now
opened by
such a state things b suffered to exist.d .- it. slightly Williams, 3 Dragoons, 6rL md. Gen
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d'I Athens Banner.U. The Mexican: prison en say tar Santa An. .liShl,., '\' Twiggs' division succeeded, admirably. Aa ded ; the death of no man In our army h' >eculiion.t .

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ETF FLORIDIAtf Last week we made some remarks, showing the The good. people 0 the State of, CoDlt liavi -- ." L C M&. th t J.l8ttbtJ.fl.Mlad! -

great difference between Southern wnigs and South recently, been called on to say wb right of e Wife, irbo_it tttlom t UortfcfeKed bj, !ii InsL,Drt_jA nasmirrEHEAD.'li; tW tt .be .' .' j ,

'LET VJS A 1.0 JI 1. cm democrats in their position and tone with refer voting shall b extended to the Negroes of the Stall principle, lna1e strangely btmasad. to dii.. te ellis, tg*. A &i NOW QPENTNO tchofcfl-.W Well selectM t

ence to the Wilmot prois. and pointing out the or no. Of course, here wu a opportunity afforded corer'HIB cud) wbrch 1. to gt fe hkuteps ._ I -i---- -L-J-1--t A assortment of CLOTHS CAS8MCRS VESTI

Saturday, October 23, 1847. dangerous error of the former in their course on this to the Abolitionists which wu seldom presented arighi. TW speeches a made by two Qrj-: The Rrr. Mt. NEIL w preach ia tb ING5 and u.A T.KADE CLOTHhHO. The peal J

subject This is a matter of the highest important! and they have resorted to every species of argQ prominent Wblg' Senator Both of these byteriao! Church oa Sabbath morning next, a the ear and taste bestowed ia the sejectiostotbeii'goods ;

rrON.-About 2500 bales have been receive J and should not b lightly passed over. We are unwilling merit to induce the people to incorporate the Negro gentlemen have coDCorrcd ia ofleriog certain usual boar. i warrant them is saying to all wI t *.b Cf porch* j
food bargain!, wilt do well Call fad examine :
J the new crop. Prices here range from 8 to 9tflIt. to believe Hut the great mass of the whig suffrage provision in their Constitution. The feelings measures and supporting certain men ; and our stock. It joa woflld be a great fit on time sad pa*

.. Since the arrival of the last steamer the ac-- part in UieSou'h will follow the leading politician! of Abolitionists out of tbe State were elicited. yet how"widely do they seem to differ upon (OThers "i b service in the Methodist Episcopal tiencc to enUll'ltn'rlht different aeries' tad ptttern :

eowiti f decline in price and the favorable re. and presses of their party in their efforts to continue Horace Greeley editor of the New York principle involved in certain important questinns. Chnrch to-mrrnw,Sunday, bj lh R..1r. comjJb/icg this Mscrtmaat suffice it (I. say that a ; ;

ports from the South price here have fallen a cent a alliance with the whigs of the North notwithstanding a Tribune wen, talking to the whigs of Connecticut in avery Contrast their views in reference t BLAKE the u.uailoun portioa' these cloths and rasrimm are of 'Bril- ,
in co1t U,.. Boasted Lnttre/and the clothing.*J I
,Dd a htlf rCT pound.< Cotton comet slowly.Hrom the mischief b feared 'from such an familiar and zealous rnnnner, upon the subject The Tariff: 'C3-Tha Fourth Quarterly, Meeting lo the TalU every article of tbeir stoeV fs of a st" 4 and quality .

Mexico.fa alliance, and when, loo/it is so .apparent \hat its His denunciations of the democrats because of their JCDUK BKBRIEX AT DAnL EGA. han Station, will commence in the Methodist that will pleas the most fastidious. ,

and the time chief object is simply to secure party success; and opposition to Negro suffrage now and heretofore He referred lo the much vexed question ofa Church this city on the first Saturday in Novcm They would mention that.tbea* CLOTHS are cftb :
the at same
addition to interesting finest teiturr tbe best
we are therefore the more anxious that this subject are in his bitterest style and worthy a place in tariff; INS said a whig principle consisted in her neit. S English wool dy.Frvsch t
oelancholly intelligence we this day publish from wool dyeblackdo.CassimerLoodoa: wool dye Mack ,
S we find the following paragraph in should be well considered J,y the people. The wire- our columns: levying duties upon imports to raise revenue do.Cass.,French nd German black Cloths*t .Caw I t
seat < .u.
the of the ICtb instant translated puller may have a:interest in the triumph rTf party .You know Whips! that this clamor against for the Ilppr of the government and such NEW GOODS. French fancy Casimers. ;
COVflFV t
the Challt'Ston which other interests of more importanceto .. Niggers" is naturally Loco Foco, and is just on a duties a would be necessary to defray VESTINGS of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin .
; from the Diariode la Mat'in a, a Havana paper, (1l par with usual do ice* ot that party. UunJmli the expenses of the economically subscribers would call the tttontion ot( the Silk. Woollen Velvet Cashmerett and Pblkanetl j i
THE 1
received at Charleston by the sch. Somrr, direct be forgotten. Not so with the mass of the party of voters are won and rtlin by Loco Focoiird,, administered and government make ,to, the choice and extensive aurtmentof Cerro Gor lo and Cberubusco. Monterey cheeked. .I : .

( Hatana. Tbe Diario received its information They hive a higher aim and a deeper interest to look through its abuse ol .Nicgt-rj. 'Why. then will to such .asla1le GOODS. now receiving pet Brig Wakulla ark READY MADE CLOTHING. rior FilM blk. ,

rom Cruz to. They will not knowingly sacrifice their ri;hti, you not rally every Whir vote 'or the ('onstit'tirinalAmendn.ent ] discriminations within the limits reenuea Emeline. Their stork has been selected,with rare,, French dress and frock costs, do.-English wool dye : .j
by the English steamer from Vera : the sitar of i is important then that to make the Right of Suffrage universal would protect American Manufactures ; or from the most fashionable establishments in New do. do., French CanimerSack Coat, Doe-skin dn.,
"The only article of news worth tnn5latin i is upon party I and thus, while doing an act of manifest Justice in other words, revenue tariff with discrimina. York; sod,having bon purchased at reduced prices. black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin opera J I
furnished by a correspondent from V.ra Cruz.under they houd! be apprised' of the true state of things: and Rigbtenn!s, oblige the dtmaq pure, who ( within the reveniM standard fur the theV ar,enabled tQ furnish their cutomer at priceproportionately coats,black beaverclcKh SJCK and over-roafl. black & '
; date of the 27lh Sept..which xtates that! Gen SCOTT and it is ihmlut} of democrats in the *v uth! to pro make capital by this abuse, to stop it or continue it tons purposes low. Their Cloak Puntalooht of fine black CassimerRteditfmdo .

had addressed Circulais to the several Metican claim the (arts\ as they exist, and to show with what at a ruinous cost f ? The People of (,llr in this of protection. Mr. Kerrien said the ., a great variety of fancy Cwiraet pints f tP'- .
States, inviting them to and their deputes! to the dangers is country have had bitter experience "I the' hollow- Democratic tariff of 1H4G, and Mr. Polk'a LY tiL OOT1] latest style t'erti of very description. Military ,
to threatening
U5.Tl.
Capital with lull powers to ncluJe a treaty cf this dt'"oti.on party hess and 'falseness of that which pretends lobe Democracy letter admitted the principle ; that these is of the beet of materials and being manufactured Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts,Gloves, Cravats, sell .
peace. It is also rtaied tliat a dmsicn e.ml'O"fd of fault of Southern wl.ic; politician i is:rot simply among us ; they know trutw.ile! neitherare .uM difference between tbe two directly under the eye of Mr. Stillman, all adjusting Stocks. Suspenders, and almost everything 4
1MO hundred men had been tser-t by General 1 SCOTTto I that of men who are in el rnr. Itttnkes deeper. we faultless, the ,whig are prartiral'y: moreDemocratic parties on fear of sfiop-uxrrk is thereby precluded and personspurchasing connected with a gentleman's outfit.

take Toctila a plare near tie city They ac so goaded with the one desire to than their opponents J\'ne Irnths f this snlijfct, nor a necessity longer for conflictin way rely upon getting an article well D. t P.are prepared to eieevte all orders according -* 'it -

(,- We regret to Irain that M jor W.W. I.natc bring a whig administration tnpo"in power, the all the Colored Cttizeni of Connect icut "i be mor- reference to a tacit, except a to the amount made Among the .rtide comprising their to the latest and most approved styles. a
wounded in the capture itn rally certain to vole the J.M Tirlrt, '! as the of revenue which tbe tariff of 46 would raise. FALL XVD WLVTER STOCK N. B. By the Ineit arrivals we expect to receive .
of the Rifles, was severely recUu the
have become s.ly as to meansfor .
-crupuious .
easentially TIlE REMAINDER. .
of the Mexican capital a? also !Mr, KEM>AU.cfthePw this. What At conceal characteristics of the great parties rel.am that these If it yielded ( mask? no war upon it maybe found the CoUowinl:
: effecting they: not they I now. The State is olten "o close, -if it did nough.e to be repealed! or Blk French and Dress Costs Black, October 16. 1847. 13
y nrwro acted on the occas on a* aid to Con misrepresent. when it becomes nrCary for theirpurposehence votes wou'd determine its political character ; twoor Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Sail SaleofLotNo.50

WomTH. they' urge fur a fact that Northerndemocrats three members of Congress are often carried by a changed. Gotta Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer do. *
mere handful of ballots.. JOHN M. CLo YTOY. Pellofs and Blanket Overcoats, fcc.. Heavy Pilot WILL be sold at public auction in front of my '
and wings all in favor of the
proviso
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[i:FOR THE .ORtDIA%.] are We are glad to state that the amendment was voted "Tbt first thing to l he and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine nut .In tbe Cspitolforcashon Sainrday
and ntitht.r can btjtruatcd.: And if (Le dt'cartion tfccttd.on tlcrthe and Blue Cloth,, ol Black French the 20th day of November, 1947. LOT No.5Q. in the 11
llrlst Ilealintc the Slck.To down by the good people of Connecticut by an overwhelming Whig party's) accession power, repeal P.lral0n5 West
of democrat againSt the be Blk do., Plaid Check Ss. Striped North t quarter of Section thirty-one, Town
a fancy
the Editor Dr. MOHRK. < .rie''! of West's "rther proviso majority. of the 184G and the restoration p/er. Ribb
*- pr tariff ship-one, North of Range ODe. Wut. This lot was I
thrown their instead of hailmz its .; Satincttand Jeans do.& .: VESTS;
celebrated Painting above ,isrnedsrites that he will il way, a j joyous! i.f the tariff: 18-2. To this great end, first of ao.Twf Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid purchased by W. 11. Wyatt E q at the otiginal sale' a.

be in Tallahassee rn 25th, Oth, "th, or Sth, (he can omen: they attempt to destroy its force by chargingit Gen. Scott's perell to the Army.: of all things let every whig effort be directed.When Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Yalencias, Si1 of the lots in said Barter section and sold under an
to n.oti'e. They to inlelfue Thrilling and Exciting Scene.-A Idlr from all Slk agreement with said Wyatt and m.etf,in accordancewith
a corrupt allow Mazurkas i.c. &c.
not designate the day with I'r'i ion.) for the purpose Iwtling a law accomplishing} these results shall .
with their singleness of purpose. lathis thee officer of the Army, pu'jlir-hid in the New York They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths the conditions of the original sale. Said lot '
exhibiting it, and requests that this information have passej Congress and been approved of adjoins the lot and residence of Capt. A. E. Harris,
.' Journal of Commerce, after referring' to the desperate Ca .imrrs and consistingin
and that it will him Ct < f error merely! President of the United Y"tinJ UnlnrnUracure in French town. 4
be conveyed to >cu. give by a State, then, fr Wool .
battle cf o, which finally routed the pa't : Frtnch Bark Dye
much pleasure to call upon %ui at his earliest opportunity. They: have lot the excuse of i ignorance for tying Cllrubt" and not (ti then, in my humble opinion, will Cloths, d'. English do. do. ., English Blue and l BENJAMIN BYRD. :

Re.prctu'lv! J. C. that the two ;paitus of the North staid, : the same enemy, nit e* this Ilirillins .r'ne: the greatest 1 wish of the counlry be gratified, Invisible Cr'en. Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and] Treasurer and Commissioner,Ju?.

footing on tins question. TItir brethren of that .\ll'n it wa over, the Grncral-in-Chief (Sot) and its Lest interests be sustained. Castor do.:, French Black Casstmer, do. Ribbed do.dos Tallahassee October 16. 1841. 13 .-
rode among the troors would ha"ff your Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and .
MaLe for IVunujSrania i section it.form them better. Their highest authority!, I
tvay When this shall have been the FALL-1847. 1.
heart goo to hear the shout w ih which they> made achiej-ed, mst fashionable stiles VESTINGS of Black and
The Democracy of the Keystone State l.ave most the "god-hie" D.nielVebater, tells: them a veiy the rinir. Several old Soldiers seized the people will, In their own time, indirate! Fancy Plaid Satins, do.;do. Silk, Silk and Woollen. WE are opening our stock ofFALLGOOD and ;
different In a large whig contention, which General's hand with delight. Sudden'.yat : goo will sell them low.BIKCHETT. ..
nobly rebuked the high-tariff famc-makeis by reo story. entlluibtic any change they may their revenue Velvet Ca hmer.and Valencia, Vesting of Rich
Wilaiot proviso resolutions he stood and a motion from his hand, "ilene'ensued, when in Velvet Plush &c. &c. t LI.NDE. Bt'CER.
paJ
electing! the Democratic Tree Trade candidate for up the fulness of Ins heart he poUrtortb a lew mOt si. stem. During the mighty struggle, which October l 16. J6-I1. 13 1
SIIU.NK baaover in a speech which the National Intelligencer; the i is ended have ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF
FRANCIS R.
Gonrnor,Hon eloquent and patriotic words, in commendation of even not yet \vc proposed to .
whelming major it. Theopjxiaition put forth,'e-r\ metropolitan: organ of tle! party, published in the their gallant conduct When be ceased there arose compromise: no principle with our opponents; I Hats and Caps(Monterey))Bro. and Bleach'd Cotton CAROLINA HOUSE,

South, altogether excellent: and abounding another t-hout that hate been heard in the Linen and Cotton Shirts I Undershirts, QUINCY FLORIDA.
effort to convince the yeomanry of that State thattheir pronounces migl aud when the battle has been secured, the 151 k Silk Cravats, Silk and Merino do.
interests had all been sacrificed b\ the tariff of in matter that forces conviction of the truths he grand ;plaza of ){. balcony only basis upon which we should ever attempt Ial do Lambs Wool and Angola WE have leased for a term of years that 1:
thisthrillinesccne.I up to a l Urge and comm 4 ou* establisbmeat
1S46. They were told by Mr. Andrew Stewart, ad\.ocatt; declared that the wl.igsweie the only "Durint) Church that had b..t'IO 10c.e bravely defended. to treat otj ht to be the status quo ante Icllum. Rich Fancy Satin and Undershirts, formerly known as Arffistead's Hotel, and. f.fl

whose tariff dogmas have ben industriously circulated true I'ro\isO men ; that \"rtl.t'r democrats could It was filled with Mexican prisoner: Among Put us back precisely where we were before Plain do Scarf44 Brown Cotton and Cotton- recently I the Marshall House and will have it open

in various sections of cur own State, that tLe lot be trusted to sustain them on this ijue-tion] andthat them Gen Rincon a venerable old soldier, was leaning the tarif act of 1816. Until that end is (L. Jenny White Lied Ihk. KidGum ade Elaatic Drawers, for the receptionofboardersand visitor*on the 15th I -
Hlk.
forward, his countenanre plowing, and Iii, e\r* Sspender.Gloves. inst. The proprietors pledge themselves that
object in passing the tariff! ol b J*tj, wa to grind in fact. ,the few of f the latter who" did favor the sparklme with even tnanifetjlion of delipht. I we hearken to no compromise, we {Merino and Coton Hal. shall be spared on tbeir part to receive and eu-nothing .

down and sacrifice the free labored, the North,in the I. measure, had -tt.leii his .thundir; aid he pointedto verily IHnet e that the old \f'rn.with the, spirit of listen to no halfway measures, and least of J Hose, tertain in a proper manner all who may feel disposed 4 .

%ain hope of increasing the profits of the slave labor the action HI convention cf the two parties to authenticate a true soldier, upon beholding a victorious Generalso all to no such as propose lo sacrifice one classof Patent! Leather Shoes, Umbrellas Money Belts. to favor them with their patronage. The table will 1'be

of the South." [1'u/eAw Itttrr in the ,\ationaIntelligencer his:\iews. Yet in the teeth of this opinion greeted by the brave men be had jut lead to victory manufacturers to maintain another." Shoulder Braces, &i.c. furnished with the best the market ansi adjacent ..

failed of one who ought to know, one who is the most forgot, for the moment, his own position CLARK &" STILLMAN. country can afford and the bar with the choicest .
] Hut all such insidious appeals tint he was defeated and a I'risnfrar.d saw and Corrcfpondence of the Charleston Courier. October 23. 1917. 11Partnership Wines Liquors and Cigars. In short no exertions
orthordox of whirs, Southern whig tell u that
to convince the people of rtnrhania that be thought only of the enthusiasm bj which he was sur WASHINGTON Oct. 10 1847. will be wanting to render their House. oae of the
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Rain" predicted was impending; and in the teethof Northern democrats are as much against us I Northern rounded." Notice. very best in tbe State for comfort convenience and s '
The effects of the late deluge have been I
threatened daner, they ban again elected a tried wI1ia.: undersigned have entered into copartnership good living. .
."0 Go.-A Mexican was recently arrested inNow to be very disastrous, far as THE MCMILLAN & EIZZELL.Qnincy .
and o rebuked the of fut! there are still stronser evidences I hat the democrats fund a hear the style and firm of GROSSMAYER
servant maligners A
public thereby
democratic and evidenced to the their of the North are sounder 0: this question, Orleans,who is said to b tIle brother! of a n.tt ThE damage done to the Chesapeake GOODMAN, for the transaction of a General Dry October 1C, 1S47. 13 3m s .
policy
country
( of bound and Ohio Canal and to the Baltimore RailRoad Goods and Groftry Business at
guerilla chief, for shipping (In Ixard a brig Talahuu.HERY Groceries.
approval of the acts of the General Goternment truer to the constitution and to the Sluth, than the
whigs. Lock at the conventions of the two parties for Vera Ciuz five barrel of pun powder consigned is very great. The maiN are now MORRIS I YER. JeST received from New York the following artl' it -
Well tbe Democracy of the Union at GOODMAN.
may rejoice merchant that discovered taken by steam boats to and from Baltimore towiti
of and .
to a : city. was .
While those of the invariably I October 20, 23 IS 17. 14
whig party pass pro- [ ]
this re3alt-gloriouiil have the people of the old Rio and Lagnira Coffee, '
on the arrest of the chipper, he alleged it wad all a by way of the Potomac, causing, however, a
those of democratic if
i-o resolution! tlf party, Candles
Commonwealth sustained the cause of the nation. : Sperm -
mistake, that he intended to hate dipped the delay in their transmission. In D few NEW GOODS.
such introduced at all, tcfuie to powder Crushed and Loaf
The old wjr-fcoire.Suc.NK, has had the fccal of resolutions are pass days Sugar;.
ap. to the Havana and to have sent 'live barrels eiqa- the Rail Road will be repaired and ready ( undersigned have just received by the latest Pearl Starch, -
them Is not this sufficient to show who are the THE If :
his administration, and i is
probation placed upon relIes to Vtra Cruz There being no evidt.ce of a for use. from New York, and are now opening, Superior Mastard, ,
%;ain placed in powrr by at least 15.00J majority rral friend of the South ? Besidt t1is, what public intentionthe offender fined fur simple I Ipar that (be Government bas recalledMr. a full ar.d splendid assortment of FANCY and DOMESTIC Lemon and Raspberry S>rap*. .
contrary was a -
men of the North have boldness enough to DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS ANDSIIOF.S and duo
That tbe same democratic tide l.as swept on in favor oppose Strawberry Ginger
violatiorrof the city ordnance in such cases made TRIST and sent to Gen. SCOT instructions GROCERIES, -
Tobacco
theprouja? Only Chewing ,
cf all democratic candidates, we will not dubt dt'mnrts.While JEWELRYHARDWARE
facts stare us in the face, how wilful and pro'iJe which amounted to the neat little sum in relation to his future conduct of the &.C. &c., attention of Rifle Powder .:, Itc., for tale baALFRED .
giving them Canal Commissioners, Senate, and th's of $3200! In default of paying the fine, the Mexican war. Jalapa is to.be garrisoned with n large the citizen* of Tallahassee and vicinity. They have E. HOt. i
Assembly. In Philadelphia city arid county, the in Southern whig politicians to talk as it they deemed force, andl'uebla is to be strongly garrisoned, opened in the store recently occupied by J. R FORTUNE October 16,1 -17. 13 '
was committed to jail to await the result of a
them otherwise. Have confidence in the and invite all .
Democratic gain for Governor i is between C and they no in the Pbcenix Building pe
civil action or, as some have recommended, razed to the tbeir Groceries.CAPE -
its examine
to compel to call and
7,000 on the Tote in 1S41'! when SIIC.NK'S majorityin declarations of their own men ? I party so exacting -. :pa mlnt. pround. Measures are to be taken to free the sons stock wishing b Coreo purchasing to purchase elsewhere,an they believe ,Rio Java and Lagnira Coffee, %

the State waI.OS2.. that men must risk their all lest they! !!considered The infamous So}-Tua8TY- Pennstlranian 1. road from guerrillas and to maintain an unin they are not surpassed by any other merhant. in the ,Raison and Almonds .

dislojul Why this discrepancy between Northern says-Suppose"the Government fund were at communication between Vera Cruz place, either in the quality or cheapness of their Pickets, Ket hups.Olive Oil.and Pepper Saner j ,

Relief for the Mormons. and Southern whig a" to the position of Northern present in the vaults ol a great bank the Federalists terrpte ; Goods. Soapi Starch,Candles. Potty and Window Glaasj :
Captal. '
GROSSMAYER GOODMAN. Lamp. Linseed and Train Oil, 'if
It will be rettembered that some two years aco, a democrats ? There i"hut one way to explain it. i desired How easily that inslfluticn, en the The olive branch i is finally withdrawn by October 23, 19n. 14LardWhiskey I Loaf and Brown Sugar, .

considerable body of the Mormons, 'or Latter Day; They are united for weal or wo, and each Insist suit strength of the bad commercial news from England our Government, and if negotiations should Imperial. Pouchonz and Black Tea.

Saints, numbering twelve hundred, were prced b\ its facts and arguments to their peci\e! section, and the demand for specie for the war,could cod. upa again take place, it must be at the instance of &c. With a variety of other articles, constituting d -

I alleged persecutions lo remove from Nauvoo a city; however discordant they' may be. Tmly, a sad prcliramcnt Panic. The ruI now, howcter, u this : the the Mexican Government. JUS received per Schooner Southerner from New large and and choice for sale assortment by of!Groceries.. F. BURNEY.just received

founded by them in the State of* IllmoU, and that and sorry dtiice We arc much mistakenif money circles are calm exchange are rqual, and I Col. WILLIAM M. SMYTH, formerly an editor 5 bbls Whiskey September 25; 1S47. 10 ., '

they started for Ca$fornia. On the approach of such conduct will be approved or tolerated l in the general security). is felt by all classes of business: menThe at Jackson, Miss., and more recently 1 1 do.do. Lard Molcsses. A -t

winter, they resolved to make a temporary pause South by the people of either party. infamous:Sub-Treasury" is only excelled b\. New Orleans, has gone out as bearer of these 1 do. Syrup Advertisement.IIEcRT .

i and selected for this purpose a residence on an tin. by "the infamous. Tariff in ruining the country. despatches to General SCOTT. Mr. TRIST is 10 Boxes Soap, '
ALLAN his '
inhabited tract of land at the head of Grand River,i in: Vote for County Officers. recalled became his mission is ended and there Rice Java Coffee &c. SLC. for sale low by the first will Monday re-open in October.school in this ,

Iowa. They have now been in this wilderness near The following; is tl t (ITci.1 rote fcr SIeit Cir Election of JitJgci ly the npl-Wt' notice is not ing for him to do. October. IS 17. 14 ALFRED E. HOC. On the snbjetJt of permanency,Candor requires hid .
cuit Clerk, &.C., of Leon County, at the recent rite- that the Pennsacola Gazette of the Oth instant comesott the affairs of business '
eighteen taonth.. where,in their destitute condition (;en. SCOTT is to establish a temporary; I to say.that same which brought i .
they cannot produce nor can they earn food cr rai- lion, as furnished by the Jude of Probates. The in fat'or cf the election of J Judges by the |eejple. military in and over the City and Sheriff's Sale. him to Tallahassee! 1S44,.have brought him back z 3
recommended his in his government now -anaira which be ran beat attend to,and soon .
by
;
the Peace in all the districts is tif GO"frnr
xaent. They had been compelled to fly (rom Nan tote for Justices of EC.lenry State of Mexico. BY virtu of a writ of fieri (facias issued iron est get rd; of,by residing here. But, while exerri'ing '' ;
inserted in the table. In the first Disrrict,Jesse annual message to the last General Assembly. Tin the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the
not '
TOO without effecting a sale of such property z% they; Whether he has received instructions to< I his right to pursue the only avocation for which
I S. Ru and Council Allen were elected. Third editor concludes a well-written article on the subjecl County of Le .n, Middle Circuit of Florida wherein all it would him be the
he fitted t
were Dot able to carry with them. Many of the< s. 1 alliances with any of the State Gevern is at give pain to -
mal.e Henry"Htman, Executor ofTheopbilusllyrnan'sestate '
District Levi Moore and C. C. Fletcher were elect-! with this declaration means of weakening or disturbing any of the existing ,
classes bad the of hor be in favor of does not .
t poorer not means purchasing ments that may peace, "M plaintiff. and Wesley Manning.Administrator
conducted all
For with Gov. Mo in seminaries as they now are. by
this
cur we are ely
1 eel and wagons to aid them ID their journey and in *d. Fourth Di"tic Robert Scott and Nicholas Lloydwere to the part( extent ; the convenience of the appear. Nothing has yet transpired a tC I of Henry J. Gaakins, id defendant I have levied highly respectable and competent teachers;-and Ls rn

this condition, having nearly I exhausted the stock of elected, an'- in the fifth District, Richard Van state maier, the ri ulet the people and the spirit of the this ; but it is presumed that, at present, i i upon and will expose for sale before the Court trusts that no one will remove his son from another .

f provisions and clothing with which they begun their Brunt and A. Cromartie are elected. These comprise age, call loudly for the change." would be difficult for him to find any peace Monday House door in December in the city next of Tallahassee within legal r on bouts the first the school to his, on light grounds.
convenience of 4hose whose employments
all the oHcers! elected by the people. For the
long and dreary journey they remain in the wilderness county wit
t Property in .V I*. City -A valuation! has been pary. following cribed property,to : debar their attendance at a day school l, Mr. A. H
! tbreatenod with death by starvation and cold. The existence of strong and influential E 4SE4.Secl3Townsbip2Range2.N&E, class
five
evening of
I ready to open an as soon as
the of real and
: That their situation may be known to the pet pie Clf Ij I 1 made by assessors ol amount personal peace in Mexico' has often been alleged NE4.NE4, 2J, 2. 2NE. more studiously inclined youths signify to him their
estate in the city of New York which shows party SINE, 21, It 2. 2, N & E,. it. vf
the States, they have deputed two of their number o.r but never satisfactorily proved. There was readiness to enter
S1S7.314.3SG as the amount of real estate in the N J, N W 4, 24, 'I 2. 2, N & E, Tallahassee September 19. 1941. 9 6t -
Messrs. DANA and CAMPBELL to bring the matter ; f : not only a peace party, as asserted by some, Wi.SWJ, IS, ., 2. 3. N & E., -
Ix : c 11.iI: 7 city, being an increase of$3S3 t,952 for t the present -
to the notice of the benevolent and solicit rtlief.- ; s but it had an influential leader, If ERREKA,and N W ,- 10, 'I 2, 3. N & E. Sale 1st Monday in November "at.Sheriff' : .
One of these gentlemen, Mr. DANA, is now at the ;I }'lar. and $)9S37,!>17 a the amount of personal estate was. well organised. But HERKEUA and his NW4.SW4," IP, ii 2, 3N.E Sale.
; which ia decrease of fl for the 'ear, 560 ,more or less. 1
} containing acres
North,and the case of the Mormonsupon such rep. \ -.c-----\ \ \ I I I t( Nett increase of real,and 33:1 personal estate friends though favorable to peace in tbe sb Levied upon as the property of said defendant and T>Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias,issued from the j .

resentations as Le has made assisted by document _ r : ;: .: aggregate stract, have never indicated any wish to make to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. JJ Clerk's office of Ieon Circuit Court wherein '
For "h I jointly, -2,2O0,29's.gyThe half of A. A. FISHER Sheriff. Isaac W. Mitchell is plaintiff, and Henry Doggett, I
with which be it fcrnisaed, has been recognized by I peace by sacrificing or any large part ,
Alfred A. Fisher, 13 I 4 2 31 12 12 3 I October23IS-17. 14 survivor 6uc. is defendant.I bare this day {levied upon
tbe of the of I' 50 the Mexican territory. There is no
Reverend I
city Washington, as
Clergy
For Clerk.Daniel ( South Carolina papers contain notices o pace and will expose to public sale,before tbe Court
worthy of the consideration of all classes of our people McRatn!. ( 131" f 4 flWin. '30' the death of Chancellor HARPER of that State, who party in Mexico-at least, none in the sens PROCLAMATION.WHEREAS House door in the city ol' Tallahassee, oa the first -

,and the pres hasbeon asked to bring t lie subject C. Campbell. l:;' :: j ZG2Ju at his residence in Fairfield District on Sunday,, in which some have heretofore suppsed.- Monday in November next within legal hears th.
die
Conner. The Mexicans it is admitted following described property,to wit: .
to the notice of the public. The National HUg II 211' ,
John F. 37 4 ( 2rJ( the 10th inct. "In his death, sass the \truy., Sec 10.T 1. North. R 2. EI the S E 4 of the S E
lt attachment soil well their
their -
to to religion.
from which the above facts has been derived IS'I as
of
a portion W 2 32 .the bench of South Carolina has lost her a
Isaac R'wen. greatest 4 of Sec 3.T 1, R 2. N & E; tbe W i of the S W loC J

makes an appeal in favor of the poor deluded John S. 15 2 jurist t.lnd the State one of th Itt gilt't men that Sec 3.T 2, R 1.N & E,and three acses of land io

Mormons which we subjoin, and heartily endorse. Harris. 11 11 Jl has ever adorned her annals. Gen. TowsoN, the Pay Master General, i is< tbe N W corner of the S W 4 of Sec 10, T 1, R 2.

Mr. DANA looks to the for co-operation, and PUT Cuunty Suereor. laid to b dangerously ill. N&.-E; also, UN WioftheNElofSecl5T1.
press Haley T. IIocker, Ills 10 -4' I! : 6 17 27/ N of R 2. E; and the W i o(t be N W 4 of See 15, T -
thinks that in this nlanntr a proper-knowledge of henry Wells. 150 3 G 1 6 4 25 7 212 [Corrcfpondcnee of the Jialtimore Sun] GUNP0V1JER.DARWiN.. 1NofR2EandtheElcntheNW4oSer35T1

the destitute condition of these people may be made Carol Johnson, 23 I 35hr WA8inxeTox, Oct. 5, 1847. Pent io dark chamber.of cjlindric bra**. i N .( R o, Eg..th.Wa4tb.S1.f a

known and from tlicieadineu of vut people to send Co. Comm.tuionrn. Eight more Regiments called out-Messenger Slumbers in rim repose the sooty mass : I Sec3TlNR2E.

food and clothing to )the famishing Ii"b. he has no James Wili., (192 911: 1'1' o 2G 42iO Dixpalchrd to recall .Ifr. Trist-The New I Lit b! the brilliant spark, from gram to grain Thanks and praise are due from the I Levied opon as the properly of said defendant and t
Samuel 17t ti ( : the train to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.A. J
the tire kindling
doubt that like relief would b given to the starving Richard II. Bradford. P' : 1:7 :(I ; .loe of Conducting the War, Jpc. On Runs the pain'd quick ear-drnm alone bursts the sudden crash; of the State ol Florida to the A. FISHER, Sheriff i

Mormon They want food and raiment, and the John S. Shepard (121 1 71 t 1 Gj2'1 I citht regiments which the Presi'l'-nt! Starts the red-flame and death pursues the flash.: Author of All Good for the health. prosperity and BY J. W. SHERWOOD D S.
34 I fj 1 other blessings which we, as a people have been Sept. 2S, {Oct. 9,] 1847. 12
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means of purchasing horses and wagons to aid themon Injaminlllt adopting the construction of ilts art of Con. -- -- ---
7 1 4 3 2 11 1 12S permitted to enjoy during tbe current yen:
their pilgrimage. Thry must have Ihm succor, I I Thomas rltC.Ah.Luerngf'. 2" 17 2 press authorising him to employ 50,000 volunteers Condensed Quarterly Report Therefore i is is proclaimed that THURSDAY (he2jih Sheriff's Sale.

o they will perish in the wilderness. Who will Wm. S. Murray. 72- IG 2 2 I 147 (mentioned in m letter of yesterday) OF THE TREASURER OF THE CITY OF TALLAHASSEE November next, be set apart to be observed BY virtue of a writ of fieri (fads issued from the

tart eontributioa in tlm city ? The li'Aig saji of John W. lisle r. S II I:lOt has a right to out)am to he called out ENDING SKPT. 30. throughout the State as a day of Thanksgiving and '. office of the Circuit Ceprt for the county s
cal
the applicants for aid- Silu n, Allen, 35 3 1 f (,1 to-day. This make the thousand Corporation of Tallahassee in count wish That. Praise to Almighty God. of Leon Middle Circuit of Florida wherein the t
James Wilcox. e3 t 3 3 fly Given under my hand and the great seal Union Bank of Florida plaintifiand David Robert. J
This is n a case of religious faith. It is not Scattering, : (13) complete. I have not learned yet on what Barnard, Ttr.t.IS47. [IEAU] of the State at the Capitol this 15th Oc- son I is defendant,I have levied upon,and will IpoM I
' an appeal in behalf of the Mormon an Mornwns.but H- the will be made DR in fbe
For Taz. Corr. States requisition but will Good Scnp.To tnberIS-17. for sale,before the Court House door city of
a call by humaa beings, women aud children idow 'o money.
December
6th of
w inform W. D. MOSELEY. Tallahassee, on Monday. tbe day
I 2 1 4 to-rnorrow.
7 2
hugh h Archer you Marshal for money -
and orphans driven from their f 9.J amt com. paid
in the homes by force of W. Sherwof. (.S 1 3 n3 115Fktcllcr A special be to paid io, $1710 CS October 16, 1817. 13 next, within legal boors, the following described
arms to perish "'Idun.should arouse messenger "i dispatched 6U-l0. (0 0 wit
in the Slate to :
th I b GO G {0AH papers copy.Notice. property
.,sympathies of every! one, young and old. parent Whilaker 1011 recall Mr. Trist. lie wi probably get his To amt paid for burial pauper. OJ WjoSV4.Ssc3l.T2UINa&IW.Wh 'a
effort in their behalf. David I'. Ilurger, I Ii 1 51 To amt Marshal and qrs
3
child. to an It is an appealtotbecharitable to-day. With in the 2 3 ofKE4.Sec27.TlRl t
William Choice. 1 5 3 papers troops now p I J'' ,
ladies of this and other cities of : 4t salary 12 0 Levied u the of said and
Union, in the name of suffering humanity. tb John Dafn. 25 1 I" I J field, on the way, and about to be cale out, To amt pd for hire of hands on sts 82 fl SIX months after date.I shall present my a'eounts.nd to be sold opon to satisfy said property writ of fieri facias.defendant l I
24 I 2 26FrancisJohnsun we will be not only keep for Corn, 4.C. 42 vouchers to the Hon. of Probates of
in; case like this it i i. not necessary tht Mr. DA'A. strong enough To amt Foddr. ( Judge at. A. A. FISHER. Sheriff. C'
should make personal application to benevolent. 20 J 1 3 : 39v. what we have acquired, but to open communications To amt p for repairs 10 Jefferson county and apply for letters of dismissionas October 2, 1847. 11Sheriff' 4
May we not hope that each persons here and eUe- C. Lester. 13 I 4 21 2- with the Pacific, and give additional To amt p foi do. of Cart, 10 50 Administrator on tbe estate of Henry Feldberg, -
Henry Nxton. 2 3 20 To amt tax refunded 1 late of Jefferson county, deceased-
where will take the matter in hand ? Will not tie I f ( Sale. 1
N N. Branch. 1 SThornasLhlall value to the acquisition of California. for Sneeds and 3 HENRY GREENBERG. Adn'r.
press in other cities invite them (o the good work : 0 To amt pd Blde 0
1 8 ( : 19 The war now to be carried on against To amt D. C. Wilson's 29 O October 1
The Hltig ,tte in conclusion that donations of JamesLhlart, 7 1 2 1 Mexico, will be similar to that waged by Napoleon To. amt pd Clerk and Treas.3 qrs. i Dr. J. H. Scales office of the Circuit Court fcr the county
Pd r R. Daum. 1 2 I : I of Leon; Middle Circuit of Florida whereto the
clataing tent to Messrs. SrO..LI and ACT St. 1 Austria and Italy, by Sir Henry salary. 0 0
Five.Tusticcs-2d Diet. against To amt pd certificates and interest SURGEGON DENTIST Union Bank of Florida is plaintiff, and JTsme F. &
Loois, will b forwarded (o the sufferers. M. Wet. 1M 1 I tll Pottinger against China, and by Sir Harry cancelled, 1814 31 TTTILL be found at his old Rooms J. L. DemilV Trottie is defendant 1 have levied upon and will

Jesse M. Robertson, 15 3 1: Smith against the Sikh*, i. e., it will support; To amT scrip burned, 183 6 \ ly's Boarding House during the fall and win expose for sale, beor.the Court Home door, in the I

tJ-Tbe only Iwo democratic papers 0 our exchange Wm. M. Gibson, : 1 its own expenses and acquire territory besides Sept. 30. To amt on band. I 173 64 1310 ter months unless when professionally engaged., city of Tallahassee, on Monday the 6th day of December

Ji ist which have condemned Mr. Buchanan's Edward Footman. 95 and lawful issue of all wars. Dr. having just received a large supply of all kinds next, within legal boors,the following described

nti-piwiso letter, the New York Evening, Post Jesse Atkinson. 83 t 99 -be right $ 6 355 61 of material appertaining to his profession, is now property to wit:
are John B. Ken, 55 55RobertLevy prepared to perform any operation with neatnejs and NortbiofSectoaI7T3.Rl.NandE. a
and Chica Democrat., This apes ".1 for tbe .5 3 51JDW.T. WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 o'clock, P. M. 1541. CL despatch on the most approved plans. WJofSE4/ 17.T 3. R I. S

f harmony ol our pa. The Chicago Demo. Lpmb.9 49 The President post in Cabinetmeeting Good money. Scrip.Jolv October 16. 1S47. 13laTlSTAR'S it or S W l" 17.T 3. R I. A

U,, the subject agitated at the next I Jo.. A. Emondsn.4 < this member I. By bal on hand 1m last qr. 18 33j1919 0 EIOfSW 4 of Section 1'7,T J.K 7.N ttd &
a b morning. Every pm.cut. BALSAM OK WILD CHERRY for a -
WJofSEJ 17.T2fR2.
stat ( Fines, I I ,
HerI Ciford. I 1 Bl re'd o 2 0 'S
and it fanatical in the The administration have determined
to
quite
C" By amt red fo rent of Stalls, I 15 OOJBy .VY sale by LEWIS & AMES. EJofNWJ 17.T2.R2. i

ttr. of that question x winter MarylandPHILIP. F. THOMAS, democrat. is call out, immediately, tbe remainder oCt vat re'd for Lit'eD. I I 9 February 20, 1847._31 ___ WJolNE. 11.T 2'.2, w*. .-' -

I sore the defeat ul(b democracy .aext year's elected. Governor l b y a majority of 660. The whigs which the law authorizes, for 81 at red (or TdK, J 139h$3l 54OcttBybsll.ancsonband For Rent, SEof.SWi NWJofSEI -II' e.T.Jt2--8.T2.R *-*,_ .;.

eJ; becomes I the partto act accordingly.ws have majority of S in the .Senate, and in tbe Departments are accordingly directed to fir- -
u .
a 3 I tI STORE now occupied by It. B. t D. W. Levied wpoff as the pmprrty of said defenda&r,
BO fear that* few.papers can raise a wsr oneosaprocajses House JVepresentatives. Thf nfresaional delegation range tbe details a I speedily at possible, and e THE Possession given first November. to( be sold ta satisfy sai4 writ of &eri ACM 'T : -

tM of th constitotioa-St. L 0 will !: 4 whigs sod 2dciata-just the I io a very few days'we hall know the result oftbeirjabors. I' ., 1l736413IO5E.Z. LEWIS AM :S. .A. A. FISHER SM.itt

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l1tI'$ JV'O Ii jb'OR Trfe REMOVAL AND PERMATfF.Nt CURE TJLUE, Black?and Btae Black Broadclotn Fancy oj run scTCjprn or DKCXMBU itjrr *'
PILLS AND LtEIbd4'Uoist J3 CaMimeisSatlinels
Jeans Rich Satin
; MAGNETIC E.MED1SIPCOLD AN Kentucky
ii OF'AtL DISEASES ARISING FROM JVtmJcr Cnt of On
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Silk Velvet Satin Sil-
VfslinK Rich
Voting*,
MAGNETISED PLASTER. $ or TKC BEST REMCME*CTXtk MBCOVCIICO I IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD
c FOR OWEt XJSHAKSKJiKjrrs.DR. THE SYSTEM vered Vesjings, RicTi Fancy Colored Satin Cravats, a UNITED DTATES REPOfl
OR IHBIT OF
for Chronic Biscaxci of 1he Orm and 'llmtSCHRONIC general wrtrsent of gvntlemeft's Bx; >f and Shoes,
4W41 CORDIAL VIZ A DAILY JOlTa
WOODRUFFS DYSKNTKRV : JTAL OF COTEBVUClT
/ DISEASES of the Hats and Caps ; alto, a large stock of ready mad l-tcw.. .
O for Durrhoa, DTsentery, Cholera Morbw, ''Sercfvla or Kin/ft; Erf/, Mewnatutn, Obstinate clothing,just received and for sale by T1VK ASP CUESAX NDVS.rplIE .
claw in-
iA .' Hypertrophy the Cholera Ibfantum, and Summer Complaints ol Chi From Tatlahaasee toIVIacon.vft : Ctilantovt Knttftiofii,Pimples fr Pmtultt on tbr ft F. BURNEY.

aL. 4i? _-I variably which autinjruihed by drea.Fivn. ti ftrtgrtu lettrt from .Tollabatttt tfMaeen Fate, KloMe*, flues, Chronic 5 nre Kytg. RingWorm September, 1317. 10 subscriber is now enabled to anno** ft.
] *pain u prefaced by pres- II. 11': IKlliard, late I" S. .Vtrtuler to r1. Otarlrtlon in three or Teller, Scald Head*Knlar mtnl and JL completion of bisarrargeracntsfof tkee fjjj ?
the lioiM of the and to day, -
are on jrai apisnalncnc5.inthelntrnerebrat ruent of welt
i S StfMorn Ulter a orfandtej and
5 (tm.Jlr. Pain of the Bones and Joinlt.
Mail Negro Clothing.
: p in thee Io tae te Boat* en *-
\ J7osrtsjT-fl.; Dear .fir.--A few days HypWitie Symptom, Fciatira er Lumbago, and News .the Sc4uf the General Goveremen, -
'4prrI alonjr.! eich tide of the .'tb-zh thefinrrti dap.j1hiRStae PIECES Kerseys, SO du,. Plain. 20 do. Lin- The
ii ived the Cordial whVH were good Dhsea'es vRe efJfer.enrif leading feature. of the *
:i& since I itff you Tallahassee !storttlav'. arising cm an injudiciiit 5 0 s"1"'btw-
t .pine,no nirter what name maj.A cnuui to sn-l me Hiving used the article, 1 ito! will leave rnJ. M ,.Iteites vr Drvj>rj, Kr/mturt or Imprudence seys,2 bales Lowell Osnaburgs.S Virginia do., for will be the followiog: -
'i. ,
$. the WeJnelJVSai< Fridays, at 4 oVl.wk, bale Domestics. 5 do.7-8 Domestics 5 do 3-4
to
harebeen given malady by tiluablemedcia .. in Constitutional DiierJen.pIHS 0 4-4 I. Early Intelligence the
not hesitate tit ;pro'vouar* it a muM J lAfe. 41so. Chronic ej mnrmentt
nainhiidre evr- of At
physician*,mwoloeisls, or other of the bueIs and arrive io Macon, (ria Qnincy, do., 1 f>bales Nrgro blanket 5 cases Negro shoes, clone UepurtvtHt, iht
afreti as
fonuih < of Cnefr.K.tnt !
n
Iwieed <
hitherto in feVr l
Am ricm, and Perry) on ToetlayThursdavn -, preparation is a combination un- ( *
1 medical writer*. The pain thu: lon, Albany, wool hats and Just received and for vale by to Dotteuic aL'aus *
with in the Soclh I Ltraw 1:0 csps. and to
> uflr th
we ontif ic JL Medicine Forein
: less and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. Min known in the history of differing entirely -
U be more or S. F. BURNEY. the
produced
country, will be
thins at ail l equal to it. time for the carj for Stvanoah. Leavivx Macou on in its character and operations from the va- giien with .crupuie.m 3dty
severe,accordiojito the intensity (rienl Col. Seaborn Jones, would have part of September 23, IS-17. 10 Possessing peculiar facilities for
'1 (: b. its attire ilr Miixhjji.XVedncj'ihvj. and Fridavs. at 4! o'clock, A fio'is preparations Sarsapirilla which have been ebtainieg iakrii._
or tion the "
of the dii. or it the remainder I haTe laid aside! for ue when I Reporter will; be
c: state at the time. Pres- ; M., and rrmn t ia tallahassee on Taelay Thnr- at different times offered! to the public. It act* speeifirally Hardware.BRITANNIA communIcate

'LIi : --.. passive tbe ganglions next above may ceed it. Kesj>ectfuUr. dais, and Satnrdays, at 10 o'eloeV, P. M This line upon the whole system t thereby bringing it important eZclusively, ioteltigenc, of-ni, _-
.I rare on 1IJNRY XV. MILLIARD. CcfTee! Urns, Britannia Tea and Cof character.It. .
immediate influence.
;; ? in the annexed coJinecM with the Central Rail Road.Savannah, Au- under its direct and Although
indicated .
Time
- ; ; the first eenical rcrtebr. tubercular dis-ease of tnisla, .'.lih1ed'evihIe and Western Rail Road to Collnibu possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely do. Candlesticks, do. Lamps, Fire VtrlaIim

engraving bv No. 1. determines Kars tic Fran Eenjenin gardner, Editor of the outhcanbhkM. fia. It ale, connrclf with the Mail Line harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate Fenders with brass knob,. Brass Fire Dogs, Shot Debates of le United State, Sens wbih tb,

.. I the Head and Braia, Throat Mallei., Eye Joint cr rr; Limbs on ; Kufcula, 41.a. from Q'lincy la Chatlahoochie, ,n thence to Apalachirola. constitution. When in perfect health, no ef- and Tongs Blackmith Uelluws and Tool,,C rpen- proprietor in bound to furnish caily to that body; ha
pace No. 2, that of the ANOTHER LIFF. SAVED BY THE CORDIAL, feet 'v its increase of tcrs Tools, and other Hardware of every dcvrriptioo. accordance wits the term. of th.
1 tLit ci the Luug tt* *rn the space 'Pa erz-M ran ftt from T llahi*'ee to produced by use except an appetite the close contrt mait. at
.,. 00 the space No.3 the Stcmicb, vo thc space No. 5, that .Ifttr riyntian' still 1ail.feilrd Io Icu'fit. ColumLr.4 in three div, and but one night will be ; but when disease is sealed in the frame and Just received and' for sale by S. FEURNEY.Septem.er2. of, the I.st .esac vi Coneresj. Tb. ?.
No. 4 that of ; rauagemenuf ri.ad
now
1S47. 10
> wiil
: at
oa the rood b.v\rea Tallaha 9i-e and Mcon. camir? fast its victim along the path of life then oncefaily secure to lb.
>rth Liver ana M IM icuer. .-! oriheSpleca, trtedritLT-That *ir:-l I ale?grot pleasure pent Snnteof the Lo.fsd
, 4 on the spac/No. 0. iet of the S.nall Internes; en iu (cst.ii)4 to tie! eCcacy t-f your Djsfntery Cordial The public may rtt l assiredth.at every attention will it* rfiUtericn inflnentei fflt and teen ; it enkindles 6 New Buggies and Harnesses. plet. tecond at it, Dcbeu.Stairan' authentic and corn.
of Kid ttc Mrs U pud Io the c .aifort tf those who may patroni/e new Ilk. and vigor, And bring* health and strength ; sad to the'peopl..j
the No. 7, tl.at the cs; oa pace frcia Ics.iRf its sirRuet'! iii toy owidamilj. i reuntuy enlsrzed
: space with Hirnes o'ezree-tb
i LEATHER TOP BUGGIES
to $In* stiC'crin and diseased. *. benefit of lb.
No. 6, that if tie! Uterus; and oa the sj'ace No. y, (;ardu.er was Ust nuinier rao l violently attacked this Line. 3FINF. rieloe. arid cape.
Busies wither.ttop > and harness, asgacity :
Ficnof. LET ( ,
TRUTH STUANOETI
THVN valinar.sLip of
F .RE is that
tnii.int medical fktllhd : body (
all
fcc.It d.s-a.and alter! whih
of IhoTesJci with that
that they have
and forsale low for cash. the Store of Ijued
r.\ns FIEAK 1'i1rO5E1.VIS.-The follow- Just received st ever with
TIIC bR
to solicitous
found eetoti'iincv$250; RainbriJje, and
is no matter whetherIcnu rncMbe in one been LafiU-d in its cfort Io remove the disease respeetfut -
3 of the Jj5 to Albany'l It.arJ Io Macen', < 22.WR'lGHT inn rt.ficafe is only another link in the great chain Sept. IS, 1S47. 9 J. R. FORTUNE. regard.
: or more i>Ucr ,or hcthcr one or wore orzans or afl<>rd diet, aDd apprehensr.ns: began to be felt by ; III. Die
,
ru.alive -iunder the t SAWYER, Proprietors. ol testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and rroeetdinff and J.ie>e, in tie Himst
survive much Icser
orlin l diii.iipd.asthe c myself that she would net under offleprescntgj..e
; >
,
P.r JOHN M. VAKN. Ajer.f. be convinced. What it has done once it will do Rifles and Ghot-Guns. wilt also be given with.
- nse ol these reaieditM, proceeds in cnc and all of the the intei.'s agony in which the was laboring.I imparlulity. and the uttsen! ,
s diseased organs aaJ limbs at the same time. To determine had recourse Io sour invaluabl, Cordial, and before frjOfHre al the Planter' Hotel. Tallibasw-C.H again. A SSORTED qualities, size and prices,just n day's recent wilt be utuit Plemptitude. Eaelh

t 4; lhencces'iry of thee remedies, it i only! she had taken uie bottle cf it, relief was obtained ; IJAILr.Y.! A5vMitat Mj NATHANS, in Quincy. CilAnLr5Towc, Ma<9., Sept OTd, IS-lo. .11 ceived and! (creaTe by S. I. EURNEY. in the 11'porter" stat ccmplefeI made no, and appeal

uecemry to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, in and after takir.i; two was entirely cured. I feel sure July 17, 1SI7. SJ: This may cerfilv that icy *>n, now aged seventeen September 2->, IS-ti. 10 lv. .1 Syfleplica ii morniu of' ,
t-rtebral on either side of the that I indebted it her Yon has boon fi'r ten ears aff.Icted with the scrofulous tlu Proceeding, end
r any of the inter* spiers am lo \fr life.\ can use DeZ'uft,ofa!! Me Stoic
Notice.SIX Willow and Wooden Ware.
, 44 pine. These remedies invariably cure every case this as vou may are rroptr. hurrnr. At the ae efsevon year' lie had t the measles larly given-. Member, f Ct.nre be

.* a in the first stages of the dseas .ar.d a great majority EufauhJtily 15, f>l.i. BENJ. GARDNER. months after date, I shall prewnt( r>v arcoim** which! probably caused this humor to make its appearance TNFANTS Carriages,do. Chains,Cedar Tubs,bras, readers will, 1 thus be kept fullj aod*, and a cas.ef

of those in the U Le-jislaticn
and white s.vellin Incipic consumption is frequently \Tor.T.s Wcrns! Worms and for the County of J ficr <>n. and applY for a Ah- i iron his head to Mf et wiihsn.al! tumors. I con- Broom! Health Bruslu, ';c., i.c., a general assort United State in all sectioo cf tb r

deled!J by these *vmptotns.; even before the SPECIFIC is safe charge as Admitittntor Je lunch non rf the estate siii'cd u D->ctirol Medicine, and he exarrintd him merit, just received and tor sale V. luIntelli

tough commence There i is no other remedy for DR.VOODRUFPS WORM a of Everett U'hlte.late of said Countvdorei thredsu! in sTtereoiionand not derjtandinz his byS.. F. BURNEY. in the cnieofaUimportnnlmnnmentt

the diseasei well known to evciy physician. The tv lorVen .s. Try it. As T. hKATIMocticcllo CTC, advi fd m' t f.>consult Dr. llocerj,of New York, September, 1S17. 10 will becoianuacated Legislatures cf Crest J.eitai.-t and frtnce

( : remedies are perfct) sale for persons oJ all ages and good :* lbs Lest aid t< cheap asth'echeatst. July :3 t, IS-17. -r,<) fn I I thn l'cii a rn'i il-.T.t ef that iify. After alone by etery steamer Crcna Europe*
< thrcuzh
p.. condition, and re.jViire no change of diet except that CJ.UTiriC\TF.! I i 5. and ciitir.tl examination, hiving more than thirty Leon Male and Female Academy, reporters in London and Paris, who pcwtts

%, of cf lood. IVr :!e tuy I certify that I save Dr. V.'codrmVs SpcciCc to a M. D. PAPY "th'-r! r-edical g; .ntlmsn with hint at the lame line, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.xercises peculiar facilities for tainipg information.
a greater ujy Mii.rs !;.c1I child of u'.i ?, tiid in a h&rl tine it brouzl.t away 200 ,, If i I'h'.outt-ed it Srofuli, cr King's Kvil. The VI. The Gtn .5 > JIPhI: 111PPLI.Mtncot.e in a Giudsri&-J n-rn with
,
,
13 industry and
a T-llal.as-ce, Fa. orc: child then -rescrib d !r.a.id coniaienccdtTkii attention.
At the PoM OLic: \.H i i cf institution will! be resumed
Fui! i is brief
4 ) view
.5 MjvS.iSI. i : cui (Ctuntv, Georg'a, isi' LT. Pr (ho.' io a'l' the C..nrU j in tI-s hulls u-v'.jc.i! l t-tos: ten tlist tni.e. lIe grew wr-rsc untIl 91IIE. en the first Mo: '1av in October. Reporter" N a de !sied oJ what the United Saje,
to br.
All
V I"i re-ill. O Fee i* the iirst fi.xir! tl th i Ca;. Ji.i,e r.f 1 2-7, ?nil l'rn his b"res became afTect'-d i icoi in Rtv. \V1LLIAM NEIL AM.. Princ'vfal ol the the plan* and ir.rantremer.tj .
I do certifr lat! I idnini-tereil te a t>irrfil.er of ir.. ; have been well n,atnrec,and the
ilolS; ;ih wn :. r ..i f.nu.otlv (CCulu.d l hJ tl r -* ;>i rre( f the mercury that had S b.t-n given hin Msle School. tpi*
Pr \.dru.rVorin S.nr.r.c.ii.d it boi1ut cor.fklv-.t'y cherished that Ihe
family ; .c-, .r.. ot tI.s.e..1Jcr !,. T.r.-: .. A pi'-ee C.' h >.ie carne a'x.v trim his under-jaw iii cf the FecaloSehcf "US. Reporter"suit
ULIZ-A NEIL
awav (. I W.'ti.5 ; ai.d ia sa tlur c* o, it cured oieray r Mrs A. Prin.ri'r-1 prove itself an energetic, Industrious,
J'it :I41HI \ (15. l Jj 17ATTOIINKY ;!lue lust p c', as 5arzaan Knrlisliati.nt, a j>iecfioti .1. iJjpufied acd
., !: c jrrv' .>Knil 7i ti, rr Taie; 't''euin. perfectly lepent't.j j -ur*.I. If vill have
his ifl.crd a.i lat '-R-* a sic ence, and no
a piec pany
'WLitivillcGa. 1S40. JOHN J. L1T1LR. JOUIN 1lilr1: The Principle have aascciated with Iheta vews-n-, pc-liric-I! bias. TT-e rifter thi
IT
0 (rem nfsr ih:? crown cfhia herd. It then went to Teacher prrf ,
Mr. JOHN B GALERAITH!, Assistant ,
r: AT LAW the bj-k aid sid, and ,durh.ir; d in three place*.- terms of his cer.ract' with the Senile cf the United
____ I rortitv that I ssVe 1. WoodiuJIV SpeciCe to a Col JOHN B. DECOUCE! Teacher of Ihe French States, h bound to the eoiKliinn that the
From thence tot no of his linib, se-s.ating, in con paper
FvI.ia.
t I '\L in bad I eallh. It brought ct.u1cy, Language, and shall"cousin
r.o.r: I < wn awav ro political! cLscuwkns
.. GREAT ARRIVAL imnc'..My W XVvrss. Tl.c lf>v ocn rrer.'red WILL attci; lie Jtj-tri.* Cc-irH of (*, duuon! HCU'iire cf the ulceration, the muscles and con Mr*. II. H. BP.OWN, Teacher of Music.In bats!." It will be a vjLI le if fts.wf except the de.
\ le ('.rcit I*,:uitcl MidJIe( Forii! fi<>:o tie! hones cf the ankle j> t..t on the back pait.He .- Ihc-se Schools will the usual branches -Eot the cr.
80 Bnsltcls, or liS.OGO Coxes of his i.ca.Jh.; THOMAS liOYD.Coivcta bus langl t gao of sac set tf opi-.ions. Th? yrand aim of
'a and th'e Covrt< ii: the a'jaex.t! Count- U 1e.rzia. 1 ls-1 at o'.e time fitteen rnj.'nr sores or issue of a Chs-icsl, Mathematical and Er glisheduczfK>n. the
County G* Janu>ry. 1 W". subscriber i is Io e ambush,at the Test of Government
, : Dr Gordon's Family Pills November, J2, 1 11i. 15 IfGJ frri-i IhaU>-sol tni tliroat anti tho ? place I have In the Female! School, Latin, French, and Mosio faii'al-jUnd ,
a all
: ner.tiueul. In 1-0! 1 hvtd Pcrtsmiuth N. 11 prctipt leru.itercf sorts of ictJligeace
: : in -
Ibis and L'urcaI't 5 Lewis AneSole Agents, Tallaha Str.t.ncl co'y.iiY will !xj consl>! red extra,at the chirge<-f the respective
rpHK vast and inrrcay and lie was attacked with! a Kliotuaiuic! I'erer, which -a rtiier.&le a tnt,en u bids the pohiicjn,
teachers.
4 rt X celebrated medicine, aid the numerous = e: all"y th' .liiviiij j tr-or : R Man tLc business man, the uiaru." curer! Ite mechanic
I justly Should the r.nn.ber rf ir.crocse
rnres they are th iy cfKvlin::, la ail portions of the nina, L n Cma'vJac'\ H. Heard, P M Miccoooki thru of the other. IkMr ud-r JK-dical trettmcnlltej pupils sulljciently and every one inteie ted. in tfceafairscf Corgresa'

t .. country where thcv have been introduced, cf Dvspjpsia :'. Leon Corr.ty : S F. Curacy A'iccosooUic : VLKK1* IXDKIT.S him laudanuri;until he lot l.is reason.1 .- justify it, further competent additional assistance and lhcC.orerr.Ecnt, may rely! at all ticsts with implicit
t. Diseases Samuel I'.ilct'oui! M .ntic. Ito James (line, guys will! be procured. confidence
Lircr Complaints, aid Eiliioiu Umzgist < ; MI'DIClAi: PAINTS OIL
Ti.ea 1 1 became alarmed, B'.d sent for a ThcrnsoniaiII" .
r ct with their well known attendant?, S.ek Headache, Q'lir'v: : Jcsia D.ivis.u1C.iIon Co'intv ; I). la! rndicme his and Term, &.C., as usual. It w believed! that ihie I esilisLrrent! ofsachartHa.lUjovTKalefIilein
rrsTtd his
helped hip -
.. .c..has induced undersigned to nuke arrange.I. ker, \\ M., n-.ittaLoocl.il', t-d V.'ia. Power. Merchait Toilet Articles, IVrfamtrr, it., \VicJsv Cas! The third time he was ittaclcd with this fever reason i it'J in Tallahassee! September 19, 10.17. 9 Ct enee. tn terms which place

rneots to receive his ttocl drt"ct;! from the pioprietur, Maria uua. r.tIuTur.s' Cnfslll AMJ COLO ', vilien; he-rins of IrSai>d Sarsapariila, arid New Flour. if within the reach cf the great messes of the pen.*
their numiiooscu-.ton-.fr*.I that they Auju=t 11, 1-47. 4 tIe, at the commencement ef what
# and would say to Aiicdiecjirifs' tist'arc, Ac* heir.:' peiicclly" t'ati'Si't'd that all other medicines had prttaijfs to >
them wholesale and retail, at B.utREr.':, and 00 half Darre!*, most intercaiinif and ever.tibl in History
1 are prepared to s-ir ply Polka cor.stai.tl\ hand, and for sale at the tailed (ef.ectir.c a cure, I sent and procured six boltlo 50 period the
E3lipp2r.T
[ .. Isevr Ycrt prices. T'HEabive .' sxnd liv ll.f tine he hid taken it all I considered Just received and for sale by ol Congre mil prrccedirg, will be regarded with

Savannah. prices. I ,. .... .., _..,.. .. _.._ ,.. _, favor all clse
THOMAS M. TURNER, .Tfi-.e Pelka Slippers.; Lidies' Kid Tied, I uii-i: .:ut!. 'ru i II'-T j-iaits I n-iiiiu.1. 1-1.IK u--':aiue uriia: Sept. IS, IS17. U LLOYD fc fLAGQ. by cl the community ; vuuh,having

A large sLeek o' lh >scc\ctllcnt Piii*just receive-J, .L. C.ii.rj: 'lorccco i->d Kd SLoes, receivt We have rc ehed h; L.te arrivals lare aiditioial! [ a..'1 livl l'--c.jkr; came ta hi* late a'.d 'ips-Iroin thus stated his able-ct! >. the anbsebe, vp.esqui.
.? cents b-"\. with full dirtu''u'i, from Nc.v Orioios, and fir sale by : Fresh Groceries.CALED solicits a liberal zrdftneral fnm
and: Irr le. at rer supplies of Dr .*rJiIt dkznes and Char.italsudtrb J tl.Lt time ti'l! the Fall ol I Is J t, his rorn.l.ncis[ neve snppert the enlijlueiud -

0 bv LEWISLA'-iuS, MILESNAMI.aud EDWARD KiHClIETT :. LINDENDERGER.A orether wit!, nuos? rl the popular j'ater.t reraedios| |e troubled luin. At that lime he b.-ci.inc deaf, vuhuich HERRINGS, Shad, Mockeiel, icbllc ef tic United SltU.

4 WARNARD, Taljdu: ?, Fa.aidon enquiry will 2--, 1 Il7. f rend .ro\.r irtru-r.t iht hugest ard most varied inhe I J j continued until !ia.t March! v.lion his right e\t beciir.e .. n.j Huttfr E"d Water Crackers, JAMS* A. HOUSTON,

: be iuad ia all the to- oh iad vilh-je in the South For Sale.TUP. State. Alt ci Lich v\t uf The
: and Werm Oil, Unit 'd ffafrs lIe! orfe" will be prfnf.ed .

My 1517. l ;: 11-k'icvvn ar., on a iarce and ha=dr>Re atmectand issued every"

.ba County, EJ: lorida, known cs Charles .<,iwiiz that S..s.di S rsaparilla was lie only Stewart's 1)cul-le KtGijcd Syrup, a--rn.&s, escj.pt Sccda.,*, at the ratebf C per an.nuin. ,

Fen;. c"i.tairiias one Lur.dicd acres of lard cleared, Peters' YrgclaWe Pills me'iicine that had ever t'one! him :uy good. I appliec ela. Candies, -"

and et this time in a fin; htatc: foi cultivafien. will to Mr. Fow'e, Apothecary, at P< ston for rntrc. lIe Piekles, 4c.just received an.1 for snleby In connection with t1iedv! r'pcr. there will be *

all t',2 ncccsniry buildn: fir tie cnnTort of> the Trilii is rnty, :IUcI(11 this caso ba h-is taken fifteen dollars worth, wl.ich has removed Sept. IS, Si7. 0 LLOYD &, FLAGf?. issued from the srne esiabl'shciear,

I A 'k farmer, s'jb as Dwellinj House, Kit.-l.cn) Meat i'rcvuilvd the liuincr froci his ejrs and hearing, and he no\ THE MIRROR Of CONGRESS.

Ho'Li.', Sta.e Rocci, with nil tht-r I'liildirjj fcr the 1)ETEEIS' PILLS hare from the fint been a favorite appears to Le cured, aiid radically so. I veril; beluvc Fall and Winter Goods. This publication will contain exclusively the Re*

use of ii" ro l.t.uC. Abo, ffotd SitLles and Cribs, JL medicine in tlie South, but now Ihcir ccnsurnp- ( all this latter trouble rnhlt have been avoMet TUST RECEIVED from New York, by Trig henry ports of the Proceedings and Debates of the Congress

and a gd ferry Hat. all cf which I will sell low for ion i< coiif.ned ta nu section la the North, the if I had continued thorough the use of the Sarsapa *J JJuck, a hrge assortment of if the United State It wIlt be issued semi-weekly,

success cf these Pills in curlnj in a few cash. P.-rscrs vrikhia:? to purcl.a will do well to list, and the V.'cst, cj will as beyond the Polcrnac : cilia vvhen he WP.S under its influence the first time STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. in an elegant quarto-form,throughout the sessions of

J. hours where all othe remedies have failed, and call. and rxaziiac for themselves.RECECCA. in Europe, South America, halls, and the West lu- These are I the simple s-tatcnients of the facts of I he Congress, and will be furnished to subscribers at the
Groceries Hardware Wood and Willow Wars .
4 that, too, ia caej of twelve- and eighteen months CI! JRLES.r. lies, they are known and aitprecid.tr The demand rise, ,-nd I feel it my duty to mAe th.e facts known rate of 1\eo flollcrt for the long session, and One
and Nails and Iron
I standing-w rrjt. the assertion, that if taken according J'lii.Sui, Ta, Auzuct 01. 1117. S Jm (ur them his nv parallel in the annals cf lucdicine, to the puMie, fr the btnelt cf thixe who may be Rope| Higginj, Dollar for the short seiou. It believed that this
'% the directions certain and il be said of their atlvccatc aLhicted in like full conviction the Roots. and SLcts, Sugar Coilcis, &e. Ac.
feeling
to they are a cure.A may *- manner: a crcat rational work will be deemed indispensableia
Bar and Billiard For sale bySept.
tang list of certificates in proof of their infallibility Room. The cry is illlihcy come !** cure has beea e-fi-cled ioltly from thectlcct cfthi LLOYD & FLACG. the library efercry public institutionpoiitcjana

. mizht be added, but those upon the direction JI3NTIUELLO, FLORIDA. In all diseases of the stcn.ach, (lie abdominal vis- invaluable medicine. l.1S17. 0 professional man throuhoot the country; and that

1. are deemed suScu-tu. Try them and be convinced rpHC uade.-sisned leypcctfully( i.ifurr.s I i Iriendj core, the lneror the system evaerally, their alternutixc HANNAH W. KECK, 023 Main st.f Blankets it will he regirdsd by the great cause of'the peeple

. F that they are the taost cSV-ctuil and certain, and the J. and the public that he has opened a 15 Ml AND and tonic pi open ice, act in ; upon lhecun-titue.t >'ni7Ilk, vs. Boston, October 13.1 16.-Then per as the very best political text bock for t heir own,la-

very best remedy ever oflereJ to toe public to insure BILLIARD! ROOM iu Mu.iticdlo. on the West side propeRties ol the bkod, will produce aa imue- sonallv appealed the above mined Hannah W. Uecka'ld A fla NEGRO ELANKETS, siructior. sad that ol their cbj.drcn.
diate and cwMujllt rf tadicU iiudi'tiolomn oith that the above certificate LFJ.J 50 pairs l>ed 131akf, (assorted )
by
a permanent and lasting cure.BSACK of the public B ;pure, for their accommodation, and cLai'ge, p ? .ria a cure. ,
and sale
Just in for
,'* STORE, Lowdes Co., Ala., ) solicit l heir patronage. His BILLIARD TABLE! i TEST;MONI ALS. her sulr-cribtd, and statements therein contained, store by IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
> LLOYD
Extract of letter bum Dr. V.'aines of Philadeihi Lreliuc. I>fere Sep. IS ISfi. 'J & FLAGO.
: April -?. 1S45. 5 one ci the moat approved patle-in,and i is in excellent a me, Thrcu'hcut the session cf Ccnjrress Ettrai will
.. Dr. G. A'. Tytr:-Dnr Sir:-This may certify order. His BAR is stored with (Ihe best 1Jues, li dated 1'iLruaM 2, IbU :-" Your Pill are the JAMES IUCIJcrtice of the Peace. Boots and Shoes. be i issued from the eIilcof the United, States Reporter
that, after using many preparations for the cure of also of jiilJcst in thirepcratir.s and vet most pov.crful in For further particular anJ conclusive evidence of
voir a.ulfCizart ; a variety CONF'EC.'rjONttY. containing the cf all
0 Chills and Fever,and expending some forty-five! dollars His! rornis will be ope-ned( Lt ell hours, heir cCcc's of any that I hu\ru\ ctt-rmtt \\ithina superior v*lue and eff.cac.v pamphlets, which '1 ) CASES RUSSET EROGANS do. aa nay prsscss peculiarly reports exciting inierest.such Debates

in phvcians bill*, v\ithcut nay benefit, I pro- day aid evening; and, by strict attention to r.uh6 practice ofeight and twenty yrars. Their action c>:i r.itjv h' ohio iued of Agents, pratU. t ScssvsKip All subscriptions! sad

torch a box of lr Tjlcr's Fever and Aue Pills, at and desire t'j 1'lcas.e, In IIUJK-} to irivp reneral satisfaction he chile, tnd l>enceon the impurities of the bleed, Prepared and sold by A. D. S. I). SANDS, Druggists 2 cases French Calf Eocts do paid,and addressed ccaciuiications tote post

one dollar, which! cured rae eCectually, after I had to LI customers. Call and ve him. is evident U vcr> u'Jrprisiuug." I 115)* Fultoii street, corner of \7illiim, N. V.S.ldaNob 1 case Water proof JAMES
: suTered with this distressing and uapleawnt ccmj 5i U. Kxtract'of alcitoi- liur.i lr.) Henry Ilall, of QUB- ; LEWIS&AM1Tn'.lahassee.SMlTl! lOt pair ladies French Kid Slippen, A. HOUSTON,
HARRINGTON.Mo United States
.. j>bint far twelve months. I hive hun them used .tirello, M ay I, 1sF7. Jl bee, L. C. Marelt! >', 1'Sl 1 :-"Tor billluus fever-, .. CATLN! -'. \VHlTING.St.. Mark Gents &. Lilies Calf Shoes, Julv SI, 1M7. Reporter Washington,EL C.

in thirty cases and n0t a ein lebox hu tailed. I believe sick licadi.ch, for j-jj/y efths box\es! and t-n- jad l b y Diir iits gentralN throwjhoct the United Ladies Walking! Shoes and Gaiters, All 10
(X3-
received and for sale! bv throughout the United
Just newspapers
( them to be the very best iud moat safe and cer Notice arenet of the *->leen, Tr. 1'etcis Pills arc an t\ Si at-. who Slates
S: Piir.1 ? bottles f.- Sep. l IS 17. 9 LLOYD & FLAGO. publish this yrosoctns er.ce a week frcm this
cell. medicine. h-jt5.| 5"x $5.t
lain rurefora isa id ieeribatcaabe mod,snd un- m'.ntl.s after date, the undcrsisriu-d. Executor bt per r date till the e-tirrcf will
tunic restorative ia all debilitated SIX For sale by LIIV/IS i AMKS M1LP.S NAS1! ..-} The ihi." are rwpectfullv requesfed tr re< Centres entitled to
I. j'JilleJ as a conditions tLe Jjst will aiul te-jtauciit cf Beiij-imit pu Reports of the Supreme Court, an eschang- with the" Unit,d States "
C of the cvia.. II MVE11S. 1-4)WAIU) ISAUNAUD.MvS imbiber that it is Sand. Forsipanlla that has been Reporter. and
dcceasutl late f Loon ( ,, -iIi te
will
Iuitv. the
pLcid en dt ei those
; Price 1 per box, iih fall elirections. IV.r sale, his and vtuchci present : (1-17. .9 Cm tud! i-rwnttatiilv actiu-vin such remarkable cures of "VTOS. 1 and 2, completing vcl. I, are now ready. to whom the Estr.is -
t &rc unU ID llic Hun Jud cof Probate .: __ 1\ will be des- itched.
: at Tallahassee, ha. bu LEV/IS &. AMD?, MILK ef Leon Couaty a.d u.Ae the mt Riiicnt; ekuss of diseases to which the huinr aid nay behind at tLe l.'ock Store cf P. A. Hay-
fur
application Idlers Deaf and Dumb ward and t the Floridian OSlce.: Thcs- Repcrls ar*
NASH EDWARD I1AV NARD. and will Asylum > frHnv M subject therefore! ask for Sands Sanaparilla. *
oa ;
11' enquiry ot dixtaisslun 21 EiecuVii af sad. HEAD QuASTrns. 5d BBIG.
>.r : lt Dir.. F. M 7
! and tuke other.tYcemher fr the scars la 1G and 7, and form a volume neat
i ; be fo-iad in all the tvvva aol villages South tad JOSEPH CIIAIR1S Executor. OF Kh NTITKY.lCsuLj' no QUINCY,
00 octavo Price, $2 f S 0 No.-e ash.Seplernber September 22.1S47.tKRAt <
.
per
IS 10. 20 pases.
15, Iy
Wnt.M Leni Conrty, April, !> J7. .'7 ( mNotice. riUra->. rc.idti: ajti.tcf the said 8 OaPCHS, No. ..1.9'Hl .
11. 1SJ7.
. yS, IS 17. 4i Jn lushtuliuii, c-i.i-i* f.r silo, i/i ti act*, anil upon %':7. 3. : Colonel commanding the several Regiment,

. Ieris /(/ tuilj'tiretnturt', u'>oiit l'n.r Thrisartl: Acres : NEW BOOKS. .1 and Battalions, coaapcsin the 2d Brigade, I*.

New Orleans Type Foundry, nontl after date, the undsrjigned. Adminis- ut l LAND! situated in tLtci sntv if Jackscn, in the Attorney at Lass M., will cause their respective ccmmaods to be assembled
SIX TUST received Ann Eliza ( Ness York
AND R1NTEIS FURNlSHINtt WAREHOUSE, torol Diniel N Cone, deceased, late of Coluinlilj State it t Florida. Also, the /4//: /o Locate, to a iontitc1Io, Jefferson Coanly! Florida, the following per new Brig works roan at the following times and place for drill,
Cotu.tv: r.i.t 1-hi.i l ida, will his itinttd txteiit. 5. : review, and inspection
JV >. 17, C'ancIslrei' lioio.rTMlE pnsent final Circuit :
attend the Court of the Middle Presootl's Conquest cf Mexico, Sd volume,
accour.t riid vouchers (the of Probate The itbove lands wkcJtd at call date by WILL The 2J of
Judge (or were un ) Regiment Cavalry at TaRabatsw.
uridtTiiraed beg leave to announce to Iul and Ot t tug Ccuntv ot Columbia of the 1* ef Prru, 2d a' on
ColuuAa! Uur.tz.uud ak l for di-Klnrsre. an ixKiicM-ed and b.lic\t J be aiuor.t t tLo and
Friday 12h
JL atVILLLAM judge, are to Saturday, and 13th November next.
; luhert and Printers, that (they( have established Eastern Cireii't.Fliindi. Notes on the North West Territory
CONE. A-Jin'r. ( C' est iu (the The 2d Battalion 5h
h a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY ia this county. Monticello, August t>-2, IS-10. 8 on the Parables, Regitaent, at Jasper Moo-
llluiint'u' (Ferry, E. F. May 2y.l&l7. 4S tm* C. II I3U1-ONT, day and Tuesday. 1st and 2d November next.
I : i tity. The Book letter o{ this Foundry was eut to .! Lardoer" Lectures,two volumes,
JK'ttt of JJ. U. .y. vf The 1st Battalion 5th
S ordr by workmen of long experience, and, as no Notice. f Ky.Quincj. Law tozhic.IIROCKENIIROUGII llov.itt'alloniesof the Pixie I two volumes. Regiment, Madison C.
June 12, 1M7. 47 Iy H. en Thursday and Friday 4th and 5th
Nor. nexl-
expense was sare.l to obtain the hand.ome and to perfect it in every respect, we will venture to SIX months! aft -r date, the acting: Executor of the i MAXWELL. Washington stud his General'., by Headly, 3 vols The 7th Regiment at Mcntictllo, on Monday and

say it will be found as handsaine, if not the bandcomest t will a.u1 taL.eut sf Arthur IJ-irney, Sen., CABINE MAKING.DAMO Men, Women and Rooks, by Leigh lion, 2 vols. To* daSth atid WU Ncvember next

in the United Stales. We have also a very deceased, will maLe application to the Hoif. Judge 1TM II IIKOCKKNRROUGH!! will return to Florida Tupper's Proverbial Philoso.-h>. The Clb Regiment at-TaIlaba&te, on Friday and
. handsome of Flowers and Jnb Letter of of I'rolute! cl Loo:i County fur l.tU-r of ui'Kx'.rutor &, A- Life Mrs. Satunlsy 12th and J3h November next.
assortment $ I iu lime to attend all the Courts of the cf Godolphin,
5, the latest style, to which v% would! call the alien- of J>. jJ Cst.te.Ju bought the entire stock and interest of Middle Circuit, and of Jack un and Franklin Counties Ltmj-rirre's Classical Dictionary, The Independent Battalion attached to the Cth

. tiop of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All !> 17, 1547. 53 Cra HAVING? XVienlcr in the Cabinet Shop, ore 11 West Honda I>. S.. M. \\illaUo attend the Ambon's as Regiment, composed of the militia of Wakulla county

articles manufactured by us chall be of a material Notice. irepared to do nil kinds of work in that line, and Supreme| and Federal Curts.! Their time will be Cooper's Virgil, ICth, at November Newport oa Msada and Tuesday, 15th and

:: equal if not superior, to anv manufactured at the hope the patronage heutti'oregi i en to the shop will Jfroti'il eTclttiierlif to the legal profession, and PI a*fair's Euclid, next.
North and shall sell at New York OIX months after date, the Administrator of the claims aiost Annabaais The 5th Regiment at Quiney, on Thursday and
; as we Tjj e prices be continued. Their c&pciicnce in the business a the United States, for the attentive Ant lion's ,
I. trust to meet with O estate of William fi. Kilpalrick, deceased, will Friday, ISth and 12th November next.
we encouragement. varrants them in sasins they can give satisfaction. prosecution ol which arrangements have been made Rowan's French Reader,
We arc now prejwed to manufacture lilt ASS RULES present Vis account and vouchers to the Honorable They execute their weak tee//, end are willincr Io dis- ia Washington. Zampti Latin Grammar, A. K. ALLISON
andTYPEofanv magnitude,with We Judge of Probate of Jefferson County, and ask to be March Erig. Gen. Com. Sd Brig. hat Div.F. M.W. .
promptness. pose of it o.i i$ reasonable terms as any other work 11, 1047. 31 Andrew's and Stoddard' Latin Grammar,
4 would also particularly call Ihe attention of Printers discharged as Administrator of said estate. men in the State. Surnr's French Pronouncirg Dictionary, RAIITLLTTT, Adjutant Gcarral.

to our LEADS, having an entire new set of July 17, 1517. 52 CmDR. March 20, ISlTt 23 Notice.SIX Greek Testaments, October 2.1W7. II

r mould, V>y vr>> eb vr are vtuOiltxl tw lot.. .h per- Miniature Lexicon
We also for Ihe J. REESE'S To Makers.OUGAR mouths after date, I shall present mv account ,
Sect article. are Agents sale of the Sugar SocU'it InTaalrv Tacti, tUr volumes, NEW FANCY GOODS
-. Napier, Washington and Smith PRESSES, which voucher t to the IIoii. A. McDonald, Judge .. .
I LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE COOLERS nil'PKRS, SKIMMERS, and of Prolate in and for the County of Madison and The Secrtid Harp, ----s-
,
together with Chases,Cases, Composing Slicks. Furniture tJ Urip|>cis. Sur Coolers fur cooling sugar cane for Th. Odeon, Mercer's Cluster, s. F. BURN T -
apply a discharge as Adir.itu,trater of the
r Ink, and every other article "required in the of fVcble constitutions and those of had at tie Tin estate Zion's
ee- cd
ilai.ufctiry Tl.c-y are u> to John Baptist Harmony, Songat en.
Print business ill be Latd and furnished PEIISONS ol W.Ricl.3tdjcnht of said County,deceased.S. jnst received per Brjg Henry Boek. and w
ing ,vv kept on habits, are often troubled with habitual present its Lurnin Al-, DIlI'rP, Skimmer, scud LAW BOOKS HAS
.
n. :
RICHARDSON.
at manufacturer's( pri> t;. costv&ustss t v\ucj! cflen exerts a very unfavorable drainers. The Drainrn difTertnt ( offering for sale, a general assortment of
ace u. MC ruin riadi'on Ccurty, May 13, 147. 43 Cm llolcorr.b's Cases Commercial Law Fancy Good iu
Leading consisting of
I. Editors and Printers wishing, ettsblish a Newspaper lufluiuce- upon th'irgmeiai health, which is (particular those of last neason. TIo-e: on Land sue HO toads upon part

p. or Job Printing Oftice will be furnishKl with !) uianiSesied l-y irregularity tint total lo?;, cfsppeiite. that they can be drawn after the eiiar is settled.- Notice. Smith's Mercantile Law. Superior bile French Satinjltalkn printed Cashmere

; aa estimate in dUil for the sime.liy stating the size ; In tliis corfOition of 1 lie system, this ar. Ve shall! also, lusts the Copier lippcrs ready ft rthe NOVELS: RichF ular5iln| I Shawls,

I of the paper, or tba paiticuhi stxle and (juanlity of tide i is conSder.il> recorrincnded with the assurance sogir was on, and beg our e.stumexs to oil and SIX months after date, I shull present my final ac- St. Giles and Si. Janes, ccnpictt. Rich plaid Or.Lre Silks! ,Rich eta'd French ClOthS

i: work to be cxcruUd. that, u lld; .s<* ij | rupeily at'jtistcd so f as cot Io examine them. and vrncVrsto the hIoo. Jiidje-of Probatein The Monk's Kev euge, Mosaic |rfad Silks, Twilled Shawls

, O-: The proprietors of ncwjrjnpers who vrill publish move th bowels too actively, relief mir be iclitd Aegust t Cs, 1647. 0 and for the County of JeT( ruien, and apply for aduschaagc Piqaillo Alliaga, Tarlton Silk Cj.ba.frSlack Cashmere Sbawb,

p this advertisement six month*,and send a paper upon ithout any cr eve-n the least unpleasant consc'juijices as Administrator cf tho estate of Abram R-issell.by James. Printed Rarege, 'Rich figured bonnet Rib-

I. to our office weekly, wPJ b; paid for the udsertise.t r >ultin;; Ircin the use cf common purgative Brown Gqods. Granthiir.! late of said county! ,deceased. The Inheritance, 3 parts Plaid Caslicries, i tons.

t : tne.nt by purchasing ei ix limes the amount of advcrti ncdcinea usually resnrttd to.Peisna 1 0 DALES COTTON OSNABUKG?, WILLIAM GORMAN.Mnnkelln,5ep'.ember Joseph Rnshbrook, Wood Leighton, Rich em'd Victoria robesJlnside t ccUide flowers

r icing bill in Tyre. s'jl/jeci to Lilious Cholic my rely on the 2 do. Drown Drilling 13,15-17. 0 6m Cleavland, Tanered, RichneedleworkedChesrv-Jil Mourning plaid Gibizetles {-

GREEN & CO. pre cutivc! ertiese>f this medicine by using it on 5 i do. 3-1 Shilling, The Knight of Gwycne, 1 2 vuls. i hams,

(I 3une'2t,1(7.! -17 Cm 17 Canal St. Row. the Crst intimation of an apprcaehir attack. 'Ilicre 2 do. 4-1 do. Negro Kerscys.I Ellen Monroe, 2 volume, Muurnicg Collars, [DO. do.Cashmeres,

arc some constitutions lia!>'e to regular attacks cf 2 do. 0-t Sheetings, 1 n CASES KE1WEYS,.a do Lin eyj, Dombey and Daughter Kitty'* Relatiuus, Laslc Headdresses, Rich Paris striped do.

w Boot and Shoe Making.rpJlEuailerignedhavLng Millie Fever almost every fall ; to'kuch tbe use of 3 do. Sedley Shirtmtr. 1J Just received, end for sale by The youth of Shckspfare, Silk Fringe
I-' >urcha rdthe this medicine is recommended, beginning to use ilbr Just rccciv ed and for sale by Sep. J$. 1317. 9 LLOYD & FLAGO Shakpcare and his Friends, % Ladies! beaver Lid CIove3.Crape} de Liad,

:; J. en'ire stock and mafenal of LCAES the middle cf May or lire! <>f June. S4u t. 18. l&j7. 9 LLOYD & FLAGG The Secret Passion, Lawyer's Danjhttr. Long white Polka Cloven, Embroidered Canton

.flE.JirtLD.w bo is about leaving the Stale, "Those whosedigffclive organs are feeble often experience State Coffee. Also the following: Zcphvr, Rdjal and Victoria Craj/e Shawls,

1' .. respectfully ivtorrD his friends and the a sinse of fullness, weight and oppression of Florida. 9I BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, Pa t and Present by Carlyle.2 vole Hoed. VcUets,

is public that Le is at ].rtMet.t at the told taud, where about the stomach el'lor eating, will find tins medicine JC/CRMN CIRCUIT COQRT.-Iw CHAKCERT. *&u 00 do. Rio do. Six Lecture on the use of the Lungs, Plaid Wool and Napier Satin Amazon Cashmere,

fJ. be it prepared to execute all work in hit lineviibpromptne afl-'id almost immediate relief.Ltudics William Bailey, Adm'r. de lonit non ef John Bel l- 25 do. Laguira do. A Treatise on Much Cows, by John S. Skinner, Shawls, Paris Silk Brocade,

v:. 9"a&ddecatcb.; 1 he baa on hand the fioct iiear their confinement ofteT sufTer from lamy, deceased Complainant.ti. Just received and for sale by Thi Eoyt Summer Book, and an assortmtntofllamk Ombre Slradilla Shawls, Spotted and figured Bare-

e:?# i of calf 5cins, and all isle ofTiijterialsi, ana ''will heartburn and cctftirroirss: to nch this article is q4. IS, 1S47. g LLOYD i FLACG.DR. locks,just received and for sale by Embroidered Shawls, t ire,>,

; i make at short notice, and in the Ivirt manner. GEN- highly ivcomtnciidfd, as il can he used without the Ransom J. Roberts, et ra!., Defendant 4- P, A. HAYU'ARD. 3d mourning cloth Shanls) ,; Silk lease Gioghaaw,

I TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES of every description. least danf r,and w it h sreal benefit. In tick f r nervous appearing to theatifacliont>f t the Court, by ifX .- U II. BUNTING, September IS, 1517. 9 Do. embroidered do.a Large Keet Blanket,

Boot footed, aoeda.ndotherwise repaired'in headache it is invaluable.Thi fidavit aiade in this cau e,that Ransom J.Roberts, SURGEON DENTIST Plaid Merino Shawl*, JCirpetlinr and Rugs,

i' U good style aa.ds.t reasonable charges. He will war- article will be found to act as a ple.
1 rant hi*work to be cfual to any done in the place, and Ionic, rc-rtoriBj (the appetite, and at the cut c-f the State of Florida, and that Frances TTAVING permanently locate in Qnincy,Florida, 1ENTS BcoliGent's Slides acd Tassels, FMCT colored"Alpaca, plain and

I and to give at good ati bction as to fitting a* any tame time fulSllioR every intention t that the common rVilli&zns, Administratrix ef William H. Williams, JLL lopectlully tenders his services to the public (VJ do. super calf, ; fine pat. Bootees, fitrared, Ladies and Ctiildren'* Slices of all style.

4 other workman. purgatives arc intended to efWt. // it purely te&etuble deceased, resides in the Eastern Circuit of Florida: in the various branches of his profession. From his Jailers pat.Men's leaberSbgi.Gent's calf Brogans and with numerous other articles- 4h* whol*c ntila*>

JOHN LERCH. and, when used according to the directions, it u Ordered, That said Ransom J. Roberts, Elijah experience and success in practice, hi feels assured kip Broga&a-i-received Iron New Or- tine a very choke and ejtensiYe ac ttmeat.

: ilty.8,1917. 43 II will U- found an invaluable &i tide,especially to those Roberts and David Emanuel, do appear within four of being able to please those who may patronise him. leans by the Schr. TaTUbusee for kale terr low Tallahassee. September 25, $ tO a.

aOlieted with lrspepsia, Dcrangczzaect of the Liver, months, and said Frances Williams.Adm'x. as afureiaid Dr.' B. refers the public to by BIRCHETT & UNDENBERGER

1 W. W. MAIITIJftud or funeral D 4>iiily. within two months, from the date ef ths-pubicalion CeL %Y. T. STOCXTOJT. Dr. J. M. DATUSOIT, Auust2Slf47. fl N OTICE IS 1IEEEUY; GIVEN tisition Uappbi*'

cmm1idan Fonnirdic Ktrrtnnt Prepared !>v Doctor J. Rees. Griffin, Pike county ol this ord.r. and shew taose why this suit Gen. C. IL DUPONT, Dr. IL E. LITTZ.C. 5. Notice. will tie made to tbe Legiilatfr aUuaal

,- Georgia, and for sale by appointment at should not be revitrej, and answer tfc! original bill Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited session, for the rgt of aa' act 16 crporatea

1 .P 101 Poydtti itreet, C.:: BARNARP.Jr'*., filed in this cause, otherwise a decree revivisg the da at their residence as Usual. A LL p noD. irfcebted to the tait ef ThooM J. Bank. to be called It eZkfffi7xda.

,r.jk NW.'ORLIN8. LA. D/ox Store, TalIaJia tee. uxae.wllpau.and tbe original bill be taken Tsr eonftssed. '* September U. 1847. 8 :L.Lai bam,deceased, arc tereby, notified to raakjnmediat -. Ag12.2s47 .,, ." tXA

I inrmoKELLiKO, nEcnviNo, AID FOR.WABDIKO DANIEL LADD, Nnvort,- Ai.it further? Ordered, Tfcat a espy of : paywent,; and ail those having dvsnmii .-, ,.
Bagging: and Ron will! preaenrtteif aeounts1pri>peHy'*JtefJJ, toth 'DR J
RD ,Wlended_ to fithT promptnew. Jdonticello. thU oraer b 'publibei in some iitwipsptr print.di in op1:. -
. ;,tasTO ( > Quincy, : thMlddteCircULt, .Fjorkhxooce a weeli toe four nrX PIECES Kentpckgr Ba ng. od c 3 hndentgo jyt dy4tlttl.theAgent | /i YrER-i V >T 1ofci. tk"<|*p"Pr eiirsefts w

Jir.. W. Aiwrw. ,I.ATHAW HARDY DRYAN I J 'fertile on reasonable terms bv > ,, \* and the snmoaADg ctmafrj0 '

: A. DIOTWICK, Siatry, Agent for Thomai county, GeergiatMa .V BIRCHE'ITLINDffl a AMirsJrix.ocobcr1IS4Z ( *& Col,Fbber' Hotel. *

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