The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 30, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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 )
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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4)(.jor General Howe"will go down to pos.

teritl as a bye-word and reproach with all OF THE CRAPlL: :

o0est and patriotic friends of our country : Toe flowing feteark f Dr. UddWnffl, asucceMfid !

(JFVvm the Boston Courier.] euhuraliil, in the vicinity of New :

BOSTON. Sept. 13, 184t.ft 30, 1847. VOL X1X-KO. li of she Ai Institute, and wa I t

take them front I k and.M canie'f
r Editor of the Courier: '- Yaor :
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A letter has been exhibited to OLD AND NEW TARIFFS. I will show that while there 6th. An increase in --- "Toe gripe i if most aafef
Sn : me, now proceed the prices of manufactured (O"The spirit which conceived the following i : diiio I' a#
tjdr &pd to you by GeneraljAppleton: Howe, The Hon. Edmund Burke, formerly member .- has been no decrease, there has generally articles, iron, &c.. the production. beautiful! stanzas, has taken its flight Although diluting the Wood to fa*UI. i
to answer to a request for liberty to publish his of Congress from New Hampshire and- been the same improvements in regard to which wu to' be entirely "ruined' by the they haVe often Appeared ia lhejournal of the 'If through the veins-there i nothing el
)Jrtter relative to the funeral ceremonies in now at the bead of the Patent Office in Washington prices, as well of coal and iron, as of products tariff of 1846. country, we have thought them worthy of farther to il fur old age. In this: country its .wU

memory of the late Capt. George Lincoln ; has addressed a long letter to Cot of agriculture. It will be recollected that 6th. An increase in the trages of tke u ope republication: grow, will increase until consumption (it pro
ia 'bich letter he expresses a desire, or will- Stambaug, of Lancaster, Pa., which contain coal and iron were not to appear above ground ratives" in manufacturing ellablisl menfs. digious.i It will supplant! some of the article*
that it interesting (acts relative to the (he of the tariff of 1846 if, I show that that destroy and establish: che'ef.Tfl (
in nens, should be published if 1 assent.ind many opera daring operation might: tbe business of our canals MY LIFE IS LIKE THE SUMMER ROSE. mea a &
will furnish the original for that purpose. : (lion of the Old and New Tariffs. That the the advocates of high protection duties were i and railroads bad increased at least thirty per .T THE LATE JtHHAtffiSH.' W1LOC.My dy in place the diseased system of the in

I have hitherto declined to accede to therfqtwsls I vast increase of exports in 1846-7is partly to bo believed. I contrast tbe prices of certain Cenii over the business of last year, if I had tile is like the summer rose temprate No disease cube liver. -.09 dt
of many persons who dissent from the owing to the famine in Europe, we readily agricultural products in the markets of time and space to use the ample materials I Thai open to the morning sky. ai found among those who freely
\ KDtiments contained in the letter, that it I admit, but after attributing lo this cause aJ!] the New York during the years of 1844 and 1847. have before me. But ere the shades "f evening close the grape. This. icniarkahle fact is staled'

should net be published ; but, now that a calla efficacy which may rw claimed the Protec. In 1844 the tariff of 1842 had been two)ears I ma.1:11.inconcl.Jlion.thlt never was n scattered on the ground-to die! refernc to tbe vinyard portions of France

made by yourself and the author in behalf tionists will find it difficult to di.pose of the in operation : public measure more triumph-ntljt vindicated. The Yet on sweetest the rJH.llumble dews of head shed, Perol who are sickly, in grape countrtesv

of those who approve..them and the act ofgiving remaining facts in a manner consistent with] Article*. Prices in ',4Price.. in '-I?. in the mignificent: result which! II has wrought A. if she wept the waste night! to are see- are mae well when grapes a ripe"; And

them publicity cannot be viewed as an their theory.Eniradsrom. Beef-wean, .. $5 25 .. $12 25 out than the tariff of 1846 ; and never were But none shall weep a tear for me ihis tmiiariy! called tbe gropE titreJ d
the either Mr. RurK TtClter.WASHINGTON. prime, 3 21 8 25 I tbe predictions of panic-makers lift: In this country our attention has long teen
appeal to sympathy; or prejudice: of Perk-meis, 8 50 17 50 more overwhelmingly My It like the aJtocra leaf
party, I enclose the letter, with a request that Sept. 23, 1847. prime 6 12| 11 2.') refuted, and their authors pro That trembles in the moon's pale ray! miirecled We have spent long yean and a;
my letterofinthatioii and this communication DEAR SIB : Agreeably lo your request, no '.lard, I. 10 trated IIY the irresistible'! arguments" of facts, Its hold i is frail-its date is brief. money on imported tines: We liie
be also printed with il. made to me when you were in this city a few Butter-prime, 13. 19 than they have been by the faCJs furnished by Restless Yel.ere and that soon to pass away prove the fcJlacjr of all this. The !
l.alaball fall and fade
It should be understood thaj the preliminary days since, I proceed to give you some facts rk'-American.ordinary, 44 Y.. 14 7 the operation the present' tariff. 'The parent lice will mourn its shade, rape; will no flourish in our. roig
arrangements for the funeral honors were illustrative of the operation of the tariff of Hams-smoked, 5 9* The wind. bewail the leafless tree, I suppose that millions of d. have been
all completed (except the actual issuing the 1646. You are ware that but partial and Flour-Genese.p.rbbl. 4 5O 3 75 ANECDOTES OF BIRDS AND .ANIMALS.OX Bat none shall breathe a sigh lor TO*I lost c t li"te the past ecuurj. .

invitation to such officers and citizens as might imperfect returns hare )been received of the Ohio 4 37J 3 37i My life'It like 'fhtf"prints which feet b. tha que.doniOur
trade and Baltimore, 4 75 :5 i 57 J AN OLD BOOK. Have I left desert rtrand extremes of beat and cold
wish to join) previous to the invitation to ( en.Do'e. commerce of the Union. ince the Tampa's ; are. incom'paU
and after a rnluatary intimation from last report of the llegisterof Treasury has Alexandria 4 75Ryt 5>> 87* Soon as tbe rising tide .ball best. bte with the character 6f the foreign vine.- i
flour bbl., 3 00 4 00
per Going to .Varl'u-A butcher All trace will vanish from the sand
one of his staffthat. such a request as that con. been published, and since the close of the last Corn meal. 2 00 3 25 and cattfo Yet : Time will" show" that our native stock of I''
tuned in my note lo him would be favorably commercial year, which is considered by mer. .I Grain Wheat.per bush. 96 1 25; dealer, who" resided a bo:it nine miles from Alston All t.vestige as grieving of the human to efface nee, will, cultivation, graduallyitopruve in grp \ \\
!Ij in Cumberland
received. chants lo end the last djy of August of each Rye (::7. 74 had a dog which he usually On that lone shore loud moans the.es. y. It is with them,as it is with animals, gfea'f l *1 1amelioration
Respectfullv sour ob't. serv't., year. But such returns as have been receiv. Corn-Northern.O.Southern ; 63iG.2 took with him when he drove cattle lo the But none, alu! shall mourn for me follows care and proper know Ij I
47 market lo be sold!
awl who .
B. F. EDMANDS. ed afford the most gratifying results. --- displayed uncommon ledge. I spent some thousands of dollars .
I will first give iou, in contrast the returns! $-11 436 S82 111 .dexterity managing. them. Al last so ONE** OF THE ITHOYS IN A BOOKSTORE. on the foreign vines without _.u_ I
BOSTON June of the trade for the of New York convinced was the master of the sagacity, a, Say'e! you got any good stories 'mung We want to grap millions; of
30, 1847. export port I will now take up the article of wool. I these drfrned twenty pco1. 'S
GENEBAL:-Tho remains of the late Cap. (those of the whole Union for 1847 not hav. have before me the Bankers' Weekly Circular well as the fidelity. of his dog, that he made a ere things pie with fine In 1830, Franc,, f
that he would This was" said, a day two since the grap.
with or to
sin Lincoln of the United States who been received) fur tile first monthsof wager entrust a fixed duced millions 1
army, ing eight published in the city of New York, iu pounds 6f -
in the
fell at the battle of Buena Vista, will shortlyarrive the jean 1845, 1840, and 1847. Theyare October, 1845, three years after the JuruTof I number of sheep and oxen to drive alone' to young slab-sided man book.store with, Iii a six-foot, ,rpe.. Of whi were and j]
Alston market. It that wiry-haired fellow a wool hat consutter
at this port aud afterwards be interred as follows 1 1842 went into force ; and I also have before was stipulated no person exported in & for ri.ins ., two ]
turned all round red o
should be within flannel shirt, sleeves
who up :
at Worcester with, military honors. 1845, 1646, 1847. me the Dry Goods Reporter published in the sight or hearing, had thousand millions. of Art you s>' j
the least control the rolled and looked as though he had just pn
Gen. Hubhs, of Wo.;center, has requestedme Janum.-$1 J,4G7,9.'i5 $2,1.U $:),llS.s//)") same city, dated Sept. J 1, 1817. From these over dog ; nor was any up fraid that our b overoiocK- i
to take the February,. .. 1,6 0,035 1.645.S45 3,4->4,009 spectator to interfere, nor be within. a quarterof been dug out of a coal pit. ed from the vinyarda we have .
: to the ofwool There f
measures perform two
proper publications following prices are
March.. ... 2,317,202 051,349 3,903,009( copy a mile. On the day of the trial, the dog 44 Yes sir, a good many, replied the young books the
such ceremonies here be on of the
as may appropriate. April_ .... 2,45tf,0' 2.309,1 36Ot 10 : with his gentleman. many vine, 'but
I have detailed a company from my regiment May .. 2.<770,0'((9 2,623,009 3.W1.561>> Prices in Prices !'n proceeded business in the most dexterous their directions are generally not at all applU "
to receite and escort the body to Worcester June..... 3.131,745 I 4,062,249 7,120,960 Oct. 1845. Sept. 1S47. manner ; and although he had! frequently 'S. Well, jest shell out same o your biggeti, cable to this, country. Europe baa the moi' ,
Amer. lb. 36 to 33 cts. 40 to 45 cts had to drive his the will ye tIt"What .
on the morning of the day of the inter. July 2.103,503 3,03Sb12 6.S09.671 .. Saxony p.r charge through herds ture from Ibe ocean. We have the dry
and wish hue August; .. 2.3W.3G2 2,051/133 4,970,109Total .. f.b Merino, pr lb. 3.110 3Sct.. 37 to 40 cts. which were grazing, yet be never lost one, but kind would you like 7" blowing over tbe continent. More 'J
meut, the beat
now to proper mcas. bf&. 3 29 to 32 cts. 32 to 371 eb 44 pen.
-- jr. fust rate-I don't darn t
then} into the Any thing care a
.. conducting lard to which
IIrtllo bring out s'ich officers as may wi>h to SlS.427,144 20,453,314 $17.1 7.599 native quar. 94 to 27 cts. 2S to 30 cts. very etrates our ground in one of,rr ho bright 'I
he used drive what it is.There.
was to them when with his .
participate in the ceremonies. Thus have the of*wool been advanced master days, than ha in a week.
Excess of exports the first eight months oi prices he significantly delivered them to the ** is a very" good one, sir, The books of EngJan 'fh t
It.you approve! of the idea, I should like to 1847 over exports of said period in 1846, under the genial and salutary operation of(he i receivii up Chronicles Clovernook,' by Douglas! Jcf- are an honor and an i
live you intile the officers of the di\itiou in 816,704,1 tariff of 1846, from ten to twenty percent. person appointed them by barkingat old." meat 10 the world; but they frequently lead "J
the door. What
your own" name. Excess of for the higher than they were in 1842. more particularly marked us from the truth ; such is the difference of .
same period over ** clover
exports Clover we've
the doga sagacity was, that when the the granny got enough Ibo
The ceremonies will be the 4th or 5th day PKICES 1844, 7, Ion path Europe and America tte must !I
exports in 1845 818,730,455 OF u EM P.- Sept. per herd travelled tu bum don't want that. o
liter the arrival of the vessel with the re- The tariff of 1846 went int. operation De. 8100. 1847, Sept. 18, per ten, $140 to lay he through: a spot where others Here; is another good on. perhap.youwill here select our best native grapes.. t&ere soil < 1!
mains. were grazing would run forward, stop h's: : ; and the manures, and the animal and j
ceniber 1, 1846 ; consequently the exports' $150. own drove, and then driving the others from like this 'The Wigwam and the Cabin." ical mee'an < ;!
Yours, Respectfully! from New PRICES COTroY.-\'ew Orleans: fair powers with which the planter and tao -
York for the period above men. OF Go to with cabins don't talkto j
each side of the collect >>
path, his scatteredcharge IraN your ; farmer have
B. F. EDMANDS.Col. honed oftbe present year, were under the ex. 1844, Sept. 7, per Ib. 7| cts. 1847, Sept. and proceed. He was several times me about 'em. I go in for the Texicos, whether to work out their manufacture, :
!. 1st infantry lit brigade.To tariff. 18 Ib. to it b the manufacture of rice, of cbU" 1
iSling The exports for the years 1845 per 12j 131. afterwards thus sent alone for the clean up to the hubaingsThelittle&aroTezas )-
amusementof ton
Gen. AfTLEToy How, and 1646-were under the tariff of 1842. PAIGES or NEW OBLEANS': SCBAB.-1844, .. o gin oftob..ccoor. of fr all <
the curious the tried to brush .up
or convenience of his you away
Comdg. let division M. V. M. port The of whole New York-amount of the exports from the cents.Sept. 7, per Ib., 7 cents. 1847, Sept. 18,7 ler, and always acquitted himself l irt the Dame mas. II served
SOUTH WEYMOCTH July 5, 1847. In PRICES KENTUCKY 1644 adrwit and intelligent manner. 14 is to promote the establishment of .
1843 was 820,553,416 OF TOBACCO.- Well sir, here's Mount Sorel ; how will a iDati.u .
t DnJl SIn: I have this morning received 44 1844 28,536,739 Sept. 7, per lb., 7 cents. 1847, Sept. 18, '71 that suit 1" Lions lor agriculture a well J
yours of the 30lb ultimo relative to the inter 1845 64 29,112,664 cents. Presumptive guilt--Ia Smyrna there are a 44 Thunder and Guinea!-if they aint wrhin itary schools; t bring about the* deliftfrj, o
ment of Capt. Lincoln who fell in the battle great number of Storks who build their nests such lectures, and to promulgate.before.
1846 34,933,542 PBICE OF IJlON.rn.. pig. Do rolled. stories about sheep sorril I If that don't beat ;
of Buena Vista, and feel obliged to say that I Thus the from the 1644 7 ton $30 890 and batch their young fery regularly. The something of what should be taught .
exports port of New Sept. per inhabitants ia order to divert hettttelvel me, any bow Say, mister, I'll bet a cent i t&a
: tbe both
do not approve of the object expressed in your York during the first eight months of 1847, 1847, IS, 35 85 of these birds and that story '5 as fiat as a* pancake." a Ism, ia humle way, J 1
letter.. It seems 1.i me that the cause in vhichIf exceeded, by millions, the whole amount of the PBICBS OF COAL.-Anthracite : 1844, Sept. expense sometimes gratify a cruel disposition 44 How would you like this, sir : Love andMesmerianv :: and devoting all my. -hrs the.Fan&'tVu"Tjr .

fell it one vhich ought to cover rids shame exports for the years 1843 1644. 1645 and 7, per ton, 95,50.: 1847, per ton, 550. Stork'. *,>..! I!aad when coner.ben'a lh. yomsr.eggs* k.into*.*.the-*, : H .u- -" .. -jou such-- institutions..mW P..foe tku. infuain creation o .
outea/f of honor all who are engaged in it. 1847I come now" to the exportation of TIc pikes .f 1844 I tare copied frornHunt's tbe cock, on seeing them of a different form 1..._. i. a good writer. the general education t
The Mexican war has been pronounced, just. breadstuff Merchants' Magazine, vol. 12, pp. 568 from his own species, makes a hideous noise, Yes I 'xpect he is, but I don't believe in agriclunll ne through your columns O ,.

lj I think, infamous ; and I do not know of It appears from the returns of the commercial and 469 ; and that for 1847 from the New which brings a crowd of other storks about Mesmerism, no how. There's a woman down WouJd cnr now respectfully entreat helping hand

any reason which has been assigned in justi. year ending August 31, 1847, that the York Shipping List. They prove conclusive. the nest, who to revenge the disgrace which here to Byron that had better git that ; she'sthe from the general : whole country/ .
ficttion of it, which might not be urged ilh following quantity of flour, wheat, and other |Iy the general fact of an adtance in prices of they imagine tbe hen has brought upon her all.firedest professor you ever heefd on, deprecating in ab P1 c ri in.a caned '
equal truth and for all the articles cited, except antftraeile coal, and no mistake 1 Say, did j' ever see her I" aD
propriety as a reason ma. grains, were during that year exported from race, immediately peck her to death. Tbe 1 sacred and universal, all party ajnv 1
I king war on the government of the United the United States, viz : I which remains stationary. fhe same general cock in tbe mean time, makes tbe beavieM "No sir, nevef did. Here i is a capital ro- pathy, co-operatian or eatfijtS, ;
Stales. If the government of Mexico have 1847. 1846. .i fact appears from the annual statement of tbe lamentation as if bewailing his misfortune, dance by Bulwer, sir, Rienzl, the last of the that of the country and aim T I
been perfidious in regard to treaties. so bare Flour 1.1.16. 3,150,699 2,899,476 Cincinnati chamber of commerce for tbe com. Tribunes.' agrit1ur ,
I which obliged him to hare recourse to such community at least, and of their d ittr,
ours; if that government; hare failed lo pay Corn meal, 847,980 298,780 mercial year ending September 1st, which I extreme punishment. Last of the 7Hhtlnd-they haint sTop't eats-one which/ in the providence iA God, f
t their just debts at the proper time, so have What, bush. 4,015,134 1,613,795 have before me. It appears from that report, printin' that pizen thing have they? there's a and for fit highest honor be it depend o

ours; if that governmenthave trampled on Indian corn, 17,298,744 1,826,068 very ably drawn up by A. Peabody, Esq., of Drawing water.-Some an ass pesky lot on 'em taken up to otrr settlement; for its prosperity on the erercrse ai oftbf nobletf 1 f
; tie rights and liberties of individuals, who, Rye, 88,261) that city, that, at the commencement of the was employed at Csrisbrook years Castle ago, in the but they're giltin sick oo't, and I don't b'lieve faculties of our nature.

I' desired to reside within her borders eo; have Oats, 64 436,881 V 1,000,000 year, the current rates of flour per barrel were Isle of Wight, in drawing U-ater by a large they'll sfan' it a grot while longer any Low."
, ours. And what adds to the enormity of the Barley, 299,613) $2,88 to 82,90. In June they ranged as high heel from a deep well, supposed to ha1 ve .'. Well, bere is a book of travels' perhaps. RICHE 1.
bole matter is, the bjpocricy which baa Reducing the flour to bushels of wheat, allowing as $6,50 to $6,65 ; and at the end of the been sunk'by the Romans. When his keeper will please you, '4Cheever' Pilgrim i in the Oh, that we were rich have we often signed } > :

!been manifested in regard to the causes and five to the barrel, and the corn meal, year, Sept. 1st, they ranged at $4 and 445. wanted. water, he would say lo the ass, *. Tom shadow of the Jungrrati.tfUJunk a the poor and the fbeble have hobbled'bjr

progress of this titff, in assigning false reasons allowing/ three lo the barrel, and the aggre. A more steady and permanent advancement boy, I want water ; get into the wheel what tIt craving a penny-for then we could contrive -* :.
for its inception,and the most palpable! absurdities gate number of bushels exported during the of prices is visible in the staple of lard; the my good lad ;" which Thomas immediately 44 Jungfrau; -a mountain-one of the AlpL"M someway in fhich all the destitute' .

for its continuance. Who does not know year ending August 31st, 1847- first quality of which ranged as follows, since my performed, with an alacrity and sagacity that Well, if I ever heerd a mountain called could find some means of support. .* .
that this war would not have occurred had it : I. 43,573.91 tbe new tariff went into effect, viz : would! have done credit to a nobler animal ; by sich a name as that afore !" When we have seen the infnc that rich. ',
not been for the existence of slavery in our Number of bnheli exported ID I 1S4C during Price of LARD, at Ac. 1, per Ib. and doubt he knew the precise number of 44 It is a very interesting work indeed sir; it es gathers about} a man of wealt we have again .< .
country, and a desire on the part of the present the fiscal year ending June 30, 16309,203 1846, Dec. lit, &i cents to 6 cents. times no for the heel to revolve is said to be a_" prayed for gold-fur tbe would have ",

administration and its abettors to extend it Eire** of bushels of grain exported ia1S47 -- 1847, Jan. lit, 6 61 its axis necessary to complete his labor, because upon Y-e-s, I 'xpect it is, but I guess I shan't go the means of doing an immense amount o i
into the Mexican territories ? The whole over exports of 1S46, is 36,664,715 Feb. lit, 71 8 lime he brought the bucket lo the surface every of into it now." good. ;}i':]

scheme was contrired, as I believe to extend The value of the whole quantity of breadituffi and .. Mch. 1st, 7J 8 (he well, ho constantly stopped and turned I am afraid sir, we shall be unable to If ricbe were a( oar commnd we Lue'J J?
, and perpetuate that cistern of slavery which grain exported during the sear ending September 1, April 1st, 81 81 round his honest head to observe the moment please you. I've named over some of our said we would trnl OTr and sea .1

. lOW disgraces our country-a country whose i i.1S47, estimated. at. $1 20.per bujhel. a fair$ 2,average 87'OI!: May 1st, 8j 9 when his master laid hold of the bucket to best light reading.: Here is one more, how. tb enrich our mind, and return to p out our i:

voice is loud in die proclamation of liberty, Value of exports for the fiscal year ending June 1st, 8, 9 draw it toward him, because he bad then a ever a novel by James." slork of knowledge to benefit .
while her hands are busily engaged in the June 30.1&46,..-rrported by the Register July 1st, 6] 9 nice evolution. to make, either to recede or 44 Jim who tIt But we have changed our mind now. .L .
woilu of despotism. ol the Treasury, in the commercial Aug. 1st, 0 91 little. 14 Mr. James, the celebrated writer-it i if sigh not for wealth ; all we ask, Is neither
advance a It was pleasing to observe
la a case like this, however cool one may, returns oi that year, ia lo'.ZSe/JlO: Sept. 1st, P.10 101ror with what steadiness and regularity the called Heidelberg.' pvertl nor riches. .
he in however in have the' Manufacturers suffered poor 44 I don't want none of witness the those
danger, daring exploits, or Excess in the value of Ib47. over.the from animal performed his labor Slraddlebug your course pursued by
however reckless of consequences, I can see value of the exports of 1546 $30.029,932: the operation of tbe tariff of 1846. as the fbl. Straddlefoig novels. Look-a-here,now,hain't who will acquire property, we are sick of heart '

no reason which should entitle such an one Thus it appears that the quantity of wheat, owing quotations from the Ntw York prices TIlE FARMER'S CREED. yoU got the life and adventur's of Jemimy and perfectly contented to lab a earn_ '* .

to any public honor, which, would not appbr. corn, and other kinds of grain, the products of current fully prove : We believe in small farms and thorough Wilka'son. or Stephen Burroughs, or IsralPutmon !. bread by the sweat ofour brw. .

with equal force to the case of a duelist or a the farmer, exported in 1847,exceed the quaa ARTICLES.: 1844. 1847. cultivation The soil loves lo eat as well asUs I or any o' them ere old chaps 1 I I A day or two since, ace of our wealthy !:
pirate, who should exhibit equal. evidence of lily. of the same kinds of grain exported in Brows cotton ftanael*, Hamilton owner and should he ttuTIured. want suth'thin real sarige!" men received a severe reprimand from the' :i 9I

bravery. I know it may be said that Capt. 1646 by nearly twenty-seven millions of bosh Mills brown, per sheeting yard Indian 114 cts. 11 Jets.37tneh We believe in large crops which leave the 44 Something of that kind?" keeper of a news-room, because be contrived'

Lincoln l belonged lo the regular army and els. And the value of the same exports in head 6| SI land better than they found it-making both Yes strtb'thin' on the thunder and lightnin day after day to get his nEws without paying
that his duty was to obey the orders of his 1847 exceed the value of 1846 by the sum of 7-inch shirtings, 64 7 the farm and farmer richer at once. order." for it, while (many of his poor neighbors con. f t
superior officers ; but I am not aware that the thirty-six millions of dollars. errimae blue prints, Hi HIt We believe in going to tbe bottom of 44 We 'ye got the very work sir-this is it? trbute to the object. He didn't feel himself

orders commanding him to the Mexican terri.I The tarifl of 1846 baa produced the same would seem from the above,that the man. things, and therefore in (deep ploughing, and 'The Castle of hte'nstein'-it's all .full of pay for bU reading, and 1 he coolly

were repugnant to his inclinations, or salutary effects upon the revenue of the na. facturing capitalists have not been quite ruin. enough of it-all the better if with a subsoil. ghost stories."; received a severe tedding from the news.
tbat he made effort be excused from the ed under tbd of the tariff of ** That's r soft--thTow her ovcr.kat'gthe I
any to tion. It appears from a statement of tire operations 1846, We believe that the best frrtilitf of the yr man. :
duties assigned him on that elation, and in this Register of the Treasury, recently published, as their kind friends in Congress and the fed. soil is the spirit industry, enterprise and in. damage f' In the maiket, vie beard a man dispul/ng/

view be should, be placed on a par with the that be amount of revenue collected from cusoras. enl press generally predicted they would '.tf'. telligence ; without this, lime and gypsum 4 Twenty-fire cenfs. with I countryman. The meat dld'nt wei:1 t .

Tolunteer corps of the army, whose infamy, from December lat, 1846 to August The bumble, but equally worthy "opera. bones and green manure, marl or plaster will .4 Realsavigeisitr I but six pduh'dV'-Mid the buyer, who on L
I hope, may l be as lading as the cause they 31st 1847. the period since the ta.rift'of 1646 vet" have been alike fortunate, as will ap. IK- of little use. 44 Yes sir-blue as an indigo bag. ing up, we perceived to be Mr. S|->, a man* .
Mve espoused. Had Captain" Lincoln fallen went into operation pear by a comparison of the average wages, We firmly disbelieve in (arme-tllhat will **There's yer speheri If I don't go right' wealth.. It weighed half pbund more,"

, ia a good came, in the defence' of his country, I. $27,961,333 per week, fur the years 1944 and 1847, viz : not improve ; in farms that grow poorer every hum and read it all strut through, rat a teapot said the countryman ; ." bl a few cents is no !
to one would have bejen more ready than my. Revenue collected during he lame month. 1844. 1847. in starred cattle in limners boys be.couuiinv with the spout knocked off.". object." And so the man took fiji meafV .
self to do him honor | tint, in the invasion of in iSiS aDd lYIft. under. the tariff. of \fajr.es; of females,clear of boat $t,13 (2,00 year { clerks and mechanics; i in farmers' [Exit, cramming the book into his breeches smiling complacently lo think Be bad Jane" -

soother country, he l<*e. all my sympathy[ and HHl.: i. 19,795,314Excess Now let me briefly recapitulate the triump.ant daughters unwilling to wort ; and i in" all farmers \pocket and thrusting a chaw tobacco into three cents. Then we scorned ri hei.r .
til my respect. Suc/i ire some of my feel. $3.164,019 and glorious results of the tariff of 1846, who are ashamed of their vocation. the interfV of his *countenance.'] Mr. D-' taught a fresh fish o' L (. -

ings in regard lc the subject matter( your Thus the tarifi'of 140 has produced over which I have established by facts and .figures. I RECIr' FOR DRESSING SALAD tlejobn, the fisherman. He pr with {
fetter; and while I thus plainly and briefly three millions of dollars more revenue! during which cannot be shaken, bectfoVe they are lime to fry .-A writer wiva, fish should him foil ten minutes lo purchase one for five'I .
txpreu them ia all bonwty, and with all due the first nine months i>f i is: operation, com.nencing drawn from tbe most authentic sources. They be cooked this manner ** Put the fish in. aT THI: HIV. SIPIfST' swirl cents that was* worth six,and finally Succeed- i

respect to those who rmy differ from me in Dec. 3lst 1646 than was producedby are : to the fal while the fat is boiling hot ; und Two Smnofbneps lstge polatoespa and softness.sed to through tbe nlad the give kitchen. ; sieve ed. Mr. B-=is a man independent in biscircumstances. 4

opinion, I accord to others the same liberty the tariff of 1842 during the same period, 1st. An increase of the exports from the there should always f.e fat enough. for the fish Of mordant mustard add1 a ain re spdon, Ten too, we despised richest .'
Which I claim for mjself/of thinking Mid ex. ..commencing Dec. 1, IM5. port of New York, during !the first eight lo fiwt. lithe fish is put into cool fat, or whatis Distrust the condiment that bites too soon; Our neighbor, more thaa he can donVveniently
Pasting their thought ,in accordance with The average rate of duties under the tariffof months of the present year, in the ratio of not boiling hut, it absorbs all the fat and is BattftcmK not.-(bott triaD O. herbs, a fault/ take care of will cheat in weight

'ieir conviction of dutI: must, therefore, 1842, reduced' to the valorem standard eighty per cent., or seventeen millions of do). not fit to eat. If tbe fish is put into. shallowfat To Four add limn adnubte th spoon quantity w lta of oil.*alt of;Laces crown when buying or selling, and'will prchu f

decline taking any part in this matter, and was 31 40-400 per cent. Under the t&rift'of lan, in round numbers, over those of the corresponding it falls to the bottom of tbe pan aad burns And twice with vinegar1 procured from town ; article of anybody, no matter bow u/
*"e it in your Lands, or in t&er Erandr oftkoe 1840, the average rate is 26 25-100 per period of 1846. adhering an close that it cannot be taken out True flavor needs it, and your poet begs, it provide be can purchase it for one qre.r

who mal fed au interest in the con. cent. Therefore, to give the great increase 2d. An increase in the number of oushels without breaking |p pieces. Frfai? fish should The oDioM'atom.lark pounded yellow of within two well-boded the bowl,eggs of n1ul. Tis too. bas made u.i &

cera.'fith of rerenuer<< above stated under a drnrifrisaed of grain exported from (he flatted States during be cooked quick and hoots or smelts, cooked Let An! araree suspected,animate Ae wbole.Arwr.l'utlfi riches and rich men. !
sentiments of the highest respect, I rate of duties, the imports into the country the year 1647, over" the number esported well, will bare no bones to trouble tbe munch : ia the flavored compound toss When we- see how low some men will
"tfctbi jours, &c. roust bars Increased one-third at least. Thus io 1649, in the ratio of more than one bun. er." A magic; s'poonfol of Anchovy sauce.Ob stoop to obtain a copper, when they are exceedingly .
APPLETON HOWE, bas the commercfai business of the country dred and fifty per cent I ton excess amountingto : ,great and glorious! ob. herbaceous treat "wealthy, we have no desire to be. I
Major Gen. lit Division, &1. V. M. been vastly increased i in both it* branches of tw.nfJ..ir! miHioau bovaela.. The same File bite JiUrYorksniremin; who" bas Twonld lempt dying bVd anchorite hit weary to eat souU; come rich/ lest tfe also lose our integrityand
Back to the world turn
CoUB.F.Ei.atAXDa. ; export and import under the beneficent ope. quantity ,,(grain exceeding in value the quan. invented new kind of "Ipva letter Iek, slid And plunge his fingers in the salad bo*I.-. 6o a despicable character as some.
1st infantry, 1 st brigade, lit division. ration of the tariff of 1848. nil another till exported ia 1846, ia the ratio of more which feu been selling as a sure safeguard of ,
Turnout fact for sensible people to ponder upon than two hundred per cetrt,,or lk4rly-eic millions against all action of breaches ef nferftrge tefd;Ot'cnrmice.-On Saturday, at Theta aVe wealthy men who will ,
J* tie ouffraeM. -During the battle of and partiealarijr tho advocates of the tariff of of dollar prom!**, laaimocb. as it entirety! ftdes from Winch "er. ..James8ulb' >rland killed bisfather. fo I copper, and invariably tan to

::'ater1ooa. British artillery officer rode np to 1842, taking it for granted that they are MB- $d. An increase of reteitue during toe first the paper i ia two months from the date ssrecently '., Rolla Sutherland. The ,father bad mae or enange I at to sre toe half cent, if
Duke 0( Wellington .oct Kid : sible people. nine months under the tariff of 1846, oterthe done brown by It brother! operator, been. Jor some weeks vtrj intemperate, ando i it oo'e i .
JTOUTGLLaTh distinct view of Na. ? a moan t collected>> .during the corresponding>> who purciased a hundred fofrsothe article $ Sunday.evening, while fe'rjucb lotoxl. J r easy i tpe ri"cot The- secret 1 lies

r.vUI_fended by his atafl; my guns are well --;:The qoanlilj of rye, oaU. and barley M- period of the last year, under! the tariff of 1642, giving him therefor hisnos, at _ninety daya.== cated, attempted! to whip,bis:wife and cut the I he" Getwhat'oucsjacomatffhdwxadve
*-.?J La thai direction/sball j I Po 6n I" io 1846 not being gives in the tablet of more than three millions of dollars. I At the expiratiortof foal time the ink inventor throat of.bis son Junes Sutherland, his wile whxtyotfcer/ our readera arti'dewr.odi .

*le Duke replied : .. Certainlj not ; I,will of ported I bare ecfimtted the aggregateat 4th. An increase.of the price of agrienlt called for pyflaentbut tiafblding: the ..cripfnuidmoth'ing ; tnother.and others of Rolls' 8'.. f family, Lao of M th.o \ hndtheir .

25*** lt-hu Dot the business' of comfento commerce raUllon'of bushels, which probably ei- ritZ products ranging from tweuty-fire to near.Jy b'JIa: plecd of blank paper fled .to the house of Capt. James SpLat, and '.m wa fl,t p" 1 '

firs on eaek, otberv ceeds ODe the amount.- one l Bundrfld per cent. The note bad, been 'written- with his own hifct., after night Roll went there'eg'dxiwako U4. "ilo < G.t ttm-N.r I,


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.. lit JV. O.DdtiV3. Qucrclaro and fwrgot aU-ubout Valiant 4-
lgbting. ject the friendly alliance 1 '
; cribs
I of Molino del *
J the lattle.field macrat V ,
bathe ore?
is Passing ;
: t. Tux. toxics OF LIBERTY. -We bare man Manuel Crt'Itntia' Extract ? Washington, standard -- --- '---- -- section I If they do, they
tflenerttrcctnqi U'l J after purjfctorious =
ban of it in .the Ry immediacy .nitttll1tet.airIaI
: and excellent A prudent manifesting -
several l mimbers of this new way '. ;"
l October. where psrt.W. Imps that lh.
SO,from an goeerfl. had been iheWieay' works AIO" snaexUtef '
. started in the of Vera Crux hour of o platted f---- party ti
; ::f44 journal, eity bye pti. at Ytra the dead'and wounded mingled together bind any fine to a eovrw so fataL -
Messrs. Mjitibew.on & Quinn.i It is printed was herio the cIty a. f'w dart f Ct lay Saturday October 30 1847. .
Why fait tl at the Whig
attracted to different place, Pt trier the
', in and Spanish with both of which since. without; foUowtr and has gone North Vi"CR"; pt tr ;184 my attention was & gt t.
Englislij such
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profound silence
. :, languages -editors ,are familiar, and alto perhaps Guailalnyiira, his old I hd to adJrt l. hy th scene* of grief and snrrow-* nf. COTTON.-The steamer Cambria arrived in Bottonjb as to thie."ale tf ,
,:ft" ,'. ,. get er is fsr superior (lo. any of the papers t ,'nilt ground*, to stir and influence (he an4 mer Alabama! "yesterday' with such repoils. a pained my feelings and' ..shocked my .10tb irut.. report large decline,to Cotton, Why know they where not come cut manJully,led'} ftt

if: which have been established in Mexico ,by of the p'flple ag"ins'lbe'YahktJ and try his wo'were i in possession of frortr! 1 .. sight 1 .thert I ftind many .elnrn. and very disastrous state of affairs in Eoror and people they stand I Thieiding.4.i
dead and wounded.iom I. seen organ Florida, the Ftntintt,
) ; '4 Americans. Indeed it is fully equal to .thee : hand is no one of the As to the truth of the rllort fro Mesio health and I with buoyant the market bus receded li cent in I'ewYork. Bat Its readers IaYI.noc.i"l"-I; ti
short lime previous snhj-ct. trust
"': average ot papers in Ihis country. The Ge.Fj1 bravest and best generals Mexico has ever that the lepems or : sacked the f.1 their little has been sale here since receipt of new, and go rlsewaer t. Ita

1 l... nius of Libertv ii pubished! every day in the produced. _. city, and that the troops o'Gtai,Scolt could spirit,. ,marching a th? ,bead ,of_ that-is going from 7 to 3 ctnt.r..rid Sea Islands what isthepoilionnfthe democrats and*VJn u
; : hut d' I believe commands, in the strong that the North on the Wilmot Proviso.that Evident
Gomez Farias is cannot Ibeyvout
1. :..: ., week except Sunda\. at Querelaro, we not have: prevented it Qerfajnly; hop are quoted and sates have been made. in Lirerpool M 6
l not hear what 'he is Gen. Herrera il it. : soon, by their noble deeds bf"ric Ylor, the-l Jan.r are oranimouslyppprfe4fojj( '
items from ,
( We the following foing.
: gather at from Sid to lid' per pound.
,. themselves! and for their *
chieve fame for glory while the democrats
t valuable also t/en! and if a : man in Mexico is rnllt General Santa Anna has come down are rallying to oermrport,

\tJ.t- i'.' We learn j jwinnnl(rom:a reliable source, that Par. in fm>r nt f lie is the one. His influence with 2,000 cavalry, and was 'at a small town. country. But, alas I how uncertain are the The .Savannah Georgia these facts are withheld (rem its readers TTky Jft I

;lJ" thi! ..,: -,. odes,seeingthat it was impossible t check theprogress \ Iact, confined almost entirely t to near Ptiebla! there is not now I shadow of way of life : there I found the strong youth This able democratic print comes to us in an en- this? Are the whijrs) of Florida so rlosrty" bell u
veteran, who fell side by side, the whg, or the
aged. North
mxfrraJos. doubt. What his intention is. ono can ,that 1
: 4 of the Americans or in any way the a no tire drew. It is now one of the neatest looking they cannot If'JIIfIt
4 i. :.at t: .:' whatever lo rae the sinking fortunes of his :Al I r. W.I', the partner of Hart in the Army tell. By the small force bo hat, .it cannot belo lo rise no more. Many of the most noble. sheets in our slater Stat We hope its patronagewill from them, even though the illiarre threatens (v!
..,. :0 theatre here two since. He reinforcements from ,souls of the army, and the pride of the country most important rights of
day or our
our ;
up people
.t.i"t country, fliers being neither men nor money, prevent gong equa|llhe efforts of its worthy conductors to r If they mem
It: : ::1 nor resources of any kind-retired to his family may bo recollected in the United) States, not for, with the 1,000 mEI under Major L'JyatJalHla there last gallant performed acts on thestage plea e their re3deJ'l.TaUabu.ee tn stand try Northern whirry, with its.opw.kion

.t, .: -and that Valencia, the Varro of Mexico, only as a pantotniniM but as a dancer and ac. and .ihe 2,500 under qeOrl .anp of life. After going over D portion of. to the South,and at all bau M'.,they should let tbe

A' was aboutto follow his example. tor of FOIIIC rHsrilcti..n. Capt. Pcuilicrlnn on their way to Jalap.1. they coultl r the ground and finding herm and there a valueif and Macon Stage IJne. peopleknowhi. As to any tf>ing ,? RidllIrtt ;
I. j WaIk'lI I of of the of infantry foice that Santa Anna could ncq'maintancr, my attention was atlractedto We cheerfully endorse the following article from
7'' From the general good taste dNplajed by one new regiments march over any every prob-hilily that 'IL,,. will b* h.rmoniwi.

t a.; Sr. Pena y Pena, in the embellishment and u also dead. Thewound of Gen.Shielits provided he had. the means ; of whih 1 gray-headed veteran, who was standing. the MJCOH umerlrJOU1'naloflhe Q7th in tant. between them. If not, why do they not .J101 action

1 fitting up of his establishment in Mexico, it is alshoiigh painful, is improving. A tlt he nor his. government, if he any, by !the side of one who had fallen. He leisurely in reference to the Stage Line between this city and The people have a tig::Uo demand their; where,l

4: ; .; inferred that he is a gentleman of a highly educated rixivket ball struck him in (he I.f arm at the has a dollar.As took his blanket from his back, and Mama, aider the control of \'-" WRIGHT & bout. There should! be no reserve er conce.lme (
hut hand. remaiked I Irlien. spread it over the corpse with great care. I SIWVKB, contractors. Their management of the in this
i: .; ., and'rrfinrd mind. At his earnest re. storming Chapultepec binding a I yeclenliy S'no matter. It is cause of astonishment that
I;, / quest Gen. Worth has taken up his quarters iu kerchic round it he continued with his men Pena y Pena and his two associates will call rode up lo him, asked him whether that was an line gires great satisfiction. Tbeir arrivals and departures little has been said heretofore, and it is time ht tkt II

hP r. ; it. unli every thing was calmed. Gen. Pillow together Congress at some place near Mexico, officer. He looked up, and every lineament are prompt and regular as clock work." people to know the res'nn nf this siTraer. Let
v = 'I almost recovered. Since the of his face betokening the greatest replied We also with the Journal to the fe
: Sr. Cuevas is nominated Minister of For. entirely commencing ind open again n-gotiation grief agree as increasing be explained. Have Ihe d.mornls toEgbt Kotu ,
Rela1 I this I have heard another rumor lo Governor Wilson is still sick. "Yon never a question demand for a daily mail on this route, and we trust Proviso whrsrs 'PJtlrd with Southern
I eign ons. "
'. [We are happy lo read the following. the effect that Alvarez and the Congress ofPUl.I.I" easily answered ; it is an officer. I then Ibm matter will be looked into by (the Georgia and shall we alt in I he Sooth unite with tftnseNortatn whip. fir

; Bravo Is n gallant man, and Iillllrnc is identified hare men upon Santa Anna and put From Ihe same.Cnuz asked him who it was. Ho again reple Florida Legislatures, as suggested by the Journal, democrats who are friendly to nil,and mak

with the story of the war of Mexican him to death This can hardly be credited. VER Sept. 30, 1847.- "The best soldier! of the 5th Infantry, and a united effort made to carry it throngh. cause against our enemies? Th facts wi nat euanta.*

J. Independence.] Alvarez is eloubtless in that direction. He Sin : I have the honor to inform Jon that then alighted from my horse, and uncovering Messrs. WRIGHT & SAWYER, the enterprising fed show that cur only hope of the North *It M

t.*, It is said that Gen. Scott had: returned to took especial good cure to keep himself and the British: courier has just arrived, bringing them face, found it was Col. Martin Scott.- contractors (or carrying the mail between this city found am. npr denocratn. They sre- our fn s..
I covered the face, I ho soldier and Tallahassee, hare their
As again con. recentl1.11ct..d to stock
his iutus harm's the recent
out during
Gen. Bravo his sword him that he | way dates from the Mexico! to the 27th.
I j ,telling was citfr tinned, without addressing himself three large, roomy and elegantly finished nine-pas shall we refuse their co-operation ? The' "flir.
; at liberty to proceed hither he chose, and to : struggles in this viclnitr. Penn V Pena, as I before informed you, with in apparantly have killed senger coaches. They"are from a Boston manufactory ought to let on have their view on this nfcjefr, W.
.4 take with ,him as many officers as he pleased, The' loss i.i the different divisions in the I Iwo associate judges compose the government, to any person particular.They and we venture to JUT,that f. r comfort and safety want: to know them. .
.- and that he, availing himself of the generous storming ()f ChaJu1p.c and capture of the and w'rear and that they had call. him-they will be paid for this-ifit only they are unsurpassed by I the coaches upon any of ---- ---- --
city : : In that of Gen.Quitiuan C"l'r'raro. had been me-I have served with him almost the great Southern line Me"!rs" "'RIGHT&SAW. Question of IIIdemnll .
f.IIIC ho 5th of next )
". offer had (10 the interior. : lolo\ ed the on !
: gone tog ( enlistments but what will his family YER have also placed their line a full lrrk, of
four upon
about of Gen. The Chronicle
JjQO & Sentinel 1
. .l : A number of Mexican officers is reported ': Twiggs h. poor (An>ni la. Ca.) ar .,
great carefully sele-ed horse and able to travel
: 208, in that of Gen. Pillow 112, in that of m0:1 say ? And as he concluded thus, the the. its opposition to the! acqni-ition of Mexican
.4 to Jiave remained in the city after ill I have seen a h-trer from one of the most entire dis'ance to TalUhassee in a little over forty territrrv
d.J "". evacuation] "by the nrmy, which is, we suppose, Gen. Woith 133. Owing to his previous respectable Rn:lNh h"Ue who speaks of the f"arl coursed down his furrowed cheeks, and hours ; thus making the route much the most safe for indemnity, becannr it believes the war t?.Wa

M the cause of Gen. Quirm1: having i issued t an heavy los.*, the latter only had about lOOt taking of the diffrrent forts and of the city in the swelling of his bosom showed how deeplyhe and expeditions for persons in the Snnthrrn or Western war of aggression on our I pert,begun by ourEiKo.
; in the last battles. As I knowit was afiecfed by the death of his veteran State*. desirous of reaching Middle or West live"
men fngige.i violentlyrasbly'ard :*
all the.I.I
Mexican officer in victories
. ;4' : order, requiring the most glowing terms ; that these Florida. The rapid increase ot population in Florida uneonstilQlwnallr. Vf,
to themselves within three days wi! be of great interest to their friends, be with Cortes's. and gallant commander. Could (here have think its reasoning on this subject so ntraord
city present of the Americans wi compare and her growing importance a* a State we think DalJ.
i after ils date, before the proper American an- fOf closing this letter I will! state that the'oiinds In fact, there is ( says) noshing: like them on been anything more affecting than the grief should induce the Post Master General to change thi and fending to such mon&trtns result,that it ikoold

: tborities, or leave the city ; otherwise they of almost all the officers an doing record. of this soldier on tho battle-field ? and how truly (now tri-ueeklv) into a daily route. Florida is en- be exposed. That paper is one tf the leading whig
I of Col. Garland sublime and etoq'Jentas his reply: to me, tilled to adaily communication with the balance of of its State and i if its
: would bo considered! as spies, and treated ac \( v can speak positively The British courier informs me that he left the Union journals dectiyma! rerresent|t.
:. cordingly. Majois Wade, Waite, Loring and Gladden, Santa Anna in Puebla j-est,-rday; that he conversed that it was "th best soldier of the 5th Infantry should be ,her at. at capital.Inst. one We point feel;convinced and that of, that course if true erred of the Georia wbigs they stand ia a

Capts. .Mason Walker, Da nicy, and of Licuts. with him for an hrmri'rhal; he. (leeplyregretted !" If Ihl greatest orator of the age had the Government would consent to give the contractors worse and more dangercns position than ire tad tor-

.. EXECUTION OF DESERTERS.-On the morn Foster, Shackle! ford, SelJen and Lngenbcel, not nrking peace ; that hn (Santa dwell! upon the memory of our departed friend the usual pay the increase of travel wend be posed Note what it says:

::' ing of the pib was 'hung at San Angel sixteen and I mention them as being;; some of the mlstst'vcnI Anna) arrived nt Puebla with few hundred until ho had exhausted his eulogy and eloquence ample to sustain a daily line. We most respectfully The question of the ri fit cf indrntntty.nid .
1 suggest that the Florida Legislatnre, loon about to
A t deserters flora the American: army, who had ,' \oimled. horse, and that it was his o4non he intended he could not have said anything which convene, may take this matter into consideration pend npou the ownership of the tallry(of Ike Rio
: I send few and documents of would make a, impression on our feelings Grande) to which we have referred. II that Valley
taken up arms against their Government. Immediately you a papers to make for the coast. greater and that the Georgia Legislature co-operate in any belonged

. :after, some ten or twelve were interest, w ich,.I trust, wi reah safely. Had Gen. Pat.rsrI, I am glad to say, reached than did the reply of.this soldier. Col. action which may be had. The people of the ScuthWetern war violently to Mexico. rashly,our and Executive nstilationaly., commenced If the it

I .. whipped and branded on the cheek with the I an opportunity), I furnish you with a here to.dtJ in goOd ,, Martin Scott was among the bravest of the counties are especially interested' in thi belonged to Texas as one of the States cf ow Usion,

.t.i' .. :; letter D. Riley, the chief of the San Patrico volume! of letters, papers, &c., all found in the Brig. Gen. Curbing 1llh.(1 arrived. brave" : ho fought his way into the army in matter, as it will in have which an important they bearing on tInt then Mir Executive had the right to occupy it and
and oilier which would be a our last war with Great Britain ; since that great are now so deeply Mexico commenced the war by invading Texas and
palace places,
crowd, came in for a share of the whipping Gen. Lane arrived in Jalipi! to-day. Maj. concerned the South-Western Railroad. The day is the American
': and branding, and right well was the former rare treat to our readers. You shall have Lally is still there with his 1,000 men. I time he has been one of the brightest ornaments, not vr; far distant when, as a thoroughfare, this attackirg troops'

: laid on by a Mexican muleteer. Gen. Txviggs them all in go lime.. I send you a speciesof Colonel Clii'ds' had, the day before yesterday and has signally distinguished himself in the Florida line will compare with any lateral line in Then it argues that the right to the VtTlejwasNt
3Uth this date with Mexico for which he has been the Southern State" clear, bat the boundary was left an open question to
(> to ,
deemed it.too much honor to the Major to be llarJ thp August up 12 days' provision, but the reinforcementswill war promoted
letters from and brevetled.The be decided by negotiation, and hence the Prtxdnt
I ; flogged byan( American soldier. lie did not in shape of written day to reach him in season. Position of Parties iu the XorUi.
4. stand the operation with that stoicism we cx. daIn the main, I believe I was com.c in following! notice of Capt. George W. was doubly wrong in his conn*, and. it conthnws
not I was handed to me by one of his surviving In confirmation of what we have said in our last thus:
.. pected. my surmisEs although always right. [:From the ,ame.] Ayres
two the and to show which "Onr conviction then, id, that if the East Binkcf
The next morning four others of the same write in great haste, as the courier is just VKRI Cuuz, Oct. 2, 1847. brother officers, which I cheerfully for. papers upon subject the Rio Grande
j party in the North the South can dcpendiipon in her was the property o: Mexico; ,oar Kt-
company \\ere executed at Mixcoac, and on starting. Sir: Since I had this pleasure,8t"yerl transports ward you : lIlive committed an aggrtssiun Open her soil,u4
Yours &c. G. \V. K. Was killed the 8th ofSeptembcr 1847 resistance of the Wilmot Proviso,we now call attention
on ,
the thirtecpth thirty more were hung upon with troops from the Brazos have arrived, the United States has no right indemnity for lit
.. at the The during the assault upon the Mexican fortified to the specified action of the Whig and Democrats expenses incurred i in Ihe prosecution of the war.*
one gallows same place. thirty and daily coming in.
THE ENGLISH! LANGUAGE.Few lines near Brevet Captain GEO. in Convention. In New York the following Why the Chronicle &'Sentinel qualified the A1ni-
were brought out for execution about the same Gov. Wilson is sick, and to-day deliveredover Chapultepec !
: time that Chapultepec was being stormed, and of our readers are perhaps aware of the command for the present to Col. Miles.I W. AYRES, 3d Regiment, U. S. Arier resolution was brought forward : j can title with an if we cannot understan ,,'J fit

: Col. Harney, pointing to that place, told them the great changes which have taken place in have been told: this morning that Santa A graduate of West Point in 1841, promo REVOLT ED, Thai while the Democracy cf Aete 1 saw the flagrant fault of its position, and shrank

that they ould live long enough to see the our language !since its lmu:1 ion. We give Anna had ordered "friend of his to inform himat d to a 1st Lieutenancy in December, 1846, : York, represented in this Convention will faith' back from too boldly maintaining it. Ccrtainjfif,
bel-iw of tho at dif. fully adhere to all the compromise of the Conttitu-
tq -t' American flag hoisted upon the battlement and ferent fpecimcns Lor's Prayer once when Gen. Lane m yes from Jalapa. he at the same time bad-received the brevet lion, and maintain all the reseived right of the the whig party assert the,title ol the Valley to his
41* In few )periods : immediately rank Captain, for gallant and meritorious Mexico, lCd, if we mistake not, that lustrgued .
; no longer. a moments our color were Hi (Santa Anna) will no doubt start State*-they declare-tince the Crisis has arrived paper
.- 1 rise and after I was know I .. .' .1 0 1300. ,..Fader,. ?....our.,.,in I.A.hevenc. Haleweyed for Oajaca, and ihcriceja Guatemala.- conduct in the several conflicts at Monterey, when that question mutt be met-thtir Uncompromiting strenuously to prove that scrtion. Its befit
0 UI.J. TM will be
.t..1 : '.rai'T' Mexico the 21st 23d of the Ettention
,on 22d.and September, Hostility to of Slavery into ,
. don as in iicvcne and In i-arth, Our ucbc miS is mum iue "y ftleuU pH ant& Anna. sentiments therefore, urged by the native instinct
;; The clergy at San Ahgcl hard to iiayvs 1946,* It there thai I beic of'the Ttmfory.Ytw free which may be hereafter-
pleaded The to be used wa ; etorm. fabrication, must hare induced it thus
bred And appears up, no to qualify its
to dctteg gorcrnmcnl
day the
give us u? our action Government
F the lives of these! ountr quired by any of of the
gave men, was in vain. fQth'e the Palace he
i we forgiven our leda us not -no money-no cfClir and no moral! ing party against Bshop's was I United Stale" conviction on Ibis subject in connection with its
. Gen. them that a
Twiggstold to Ampudia, Arista the first to enter the seize the Max-
views the question of Would ikU
and Santa Anna did these men owe their into Icmptatioun, Bole dolyvere us of pel ecu rage. ican colors. Alter passing unscathed throughthe The Democratic Convention voted down this resolution on indemnity. ,
Amen. they ciuIJ Late rcctcd cut such "il'-s altogether.
deaths, for- stooped to tho low business of scvcraV battles of the ho f : by a very decisive roajurity. Hut when the -
: thlY From thf ,ame.YER. past year, We cur.d is views
1379.; (Wickliflb's IJible.) Our: fadyr that J ".mn because,if carried to their
._ soliciting desertion from our ranks, and had pierced with numerous wounds, while in Whig Convention met soon afterwards they did very
- art in hcavcnes Halloed be \ CRUZ, Oct. 4, 1847. lull and legitimate extent, they not only deptivtonr
thy name, Thy
. succeeded ;in seducing from duty and allegiance act of forcing the .barricaded of the .differently. They took it up and. substituting the
kingdom come to, Bo thy done in erthe Since I had the honor to address you gateway government of indemnity, but actually establish tae
the poor wretches who had to so wi a bJ Molino del Rey, maintaining to the last his words Whig Freemen of New York" for Democracy
dearly for |heir crimes. pay in heavene, Gin to us day our bread over this steamer, (which has been detained by for courage and of New York" passed it wianimoutty. The right to it in. Mexico. If cur right to indenmirj
other substances ; And forgif to us our dettesas norther,) I have obtained the following information reputation unflinching gallant pends upon the ownership the Valley of rk KM
I. According onr military laws Riley could daring. His excellent qualities as a Tribune (a violent abolition whig paper) makes the
: we forgivcnn to our and leed not to wit : Filisola, general division many Grande, as this whig assert, then if wear
he detter; us remark in reference this action of the paper
.: not bung, having deserted from the soldier, caused him be admired and esteemed following to
into temptation ; But deliver us from ercl. with 4,000 men, and General Corteyal: ?, with t the true owners we have that right-if not the true
the Conventions
comm ncement of hostilities but two :
. by his brother officers, and respected and
i Amen. 3,000 men, and with all tho leperos they can owners, we do not have it. Now if this be conwt
all! that could be awarded him well administered. beloved by the men of his command. The u The above is the resolution,with only the necessary -
i :e. \a 1520. (Tindal's Testament.) 0 oure father raise, and the national guard, are to rmko a griefof those who have shared with him changes of phraseology which was submitted to reasoning in regard to our right,it,most be correct
.! which art in hevcu, haowcd! be thy name. demonstration on the city Mexico. Gen. deep the Democratic State Convention and there shuffled also witb reference to he right of Meiic .cia'the
Let eral Santa Anna with General and Ihp dangers and hardships of the campaign in upon the table by the Hunkers, who did not dare to
be fulfilled Quijana} ,
: \CarrttpvHf\tntc of the.V O. Picayune thy kingdom come. Thy wjll question of indemnity doe not depend"upon tie
] Mexico
F is the best tribute to his qualities as a permit a direct vote upon it. The Whirs finding it
t CITY OF as in eiilio as hit }s in hcven. Give vs 2,000 horse and 1,000 foof. are to obstruct ownerrhiprefrrrrdto If the east bank of the lie
r MEXICO SEP 23. 1&47.Assassinations wel friend. His ambition' was to gain a solJier'a on the table took it up and pawed it without a dissenting
:, continue. Ics Iban ten this dajc cure d.ijly breade. And forgcve V the reinforcements! going to General Scott.He .- fame-his fate to fill a soldier's ra" voice..'* Grande is Mexican territory .lhe right .t i*

7 ; murdered soldiers} were found this morning in oure tri'ajpasses, even as we Ibrgere them, is ti be assisted by Gen. flea with the Mexico, Sept. 14, 1847." It is very evident from this that the whigs in adopting demnity" depend upon the ownership o/ that territory

( the vicinity of the quarter of San Pcblo? and which trca
'. eight on the prcvioas day. The fault: lies par. but delyxer vs from y\ell. Amen. bout 1,500 or 2000. ShwlJ oanta Anna be Presence of mind.-Bailey, who Las been which had been rejected by tho democrats,meant to There is no way to avoid this contlosia

tially with our own men, who straggle from I::*! (Co\erdale's Bible.) Our father unsuccessful, it is picsunifd he will make his sentenced to the Slate's prison for life.for an make the different position of the two parties most Establish the premiss here given,and then admit the

.. their quarters and get intoxicated at the first \\hich! ; art in beanen, hallowed b thy name. way to the coast and I.aft/fcountrv.. attempt to assassinate Mr. Hotchkiss, was at striking and palpable. By this course they intendedto belief ol the whirs, that the Naeceyi I be bow ary

.. grog shop ; yet the fact that even Thy kingdom coin. Thy will dona even The war is hereafter to''be carried on by the age of sixteen years, sentenced to transportation mark distinctly the broad line which separated between Texas and hfnk ,to be true.tad tbs e tstot

pqm they are set upon by gangs off in earth as it is in h(auun. Gieu us this day the dif&rcnt departments or States to operatewith for life in an English cur for 'bur- them They determined that the issue between them Mexico will completely vii.dj'cated. She will

S armed ruffians shows that a feeling of revenue our daily bread. And forgive us .1te as we its own forces. The lieutenant governor glary. He remained at Van '. Land should not be rendered uncertain by any ambiguity need no better argument to insist open tw reruraf

: 'i* tb and deep hatred obtains against us ; nnd the also! forgive our detters. And lead. us not intott'ntatim of the Department of Vera Cruz (Gutierrez tOur several years, and secreted himself on language; and therefore upon this identical resolution the whole of Texas. Yet this argument is fnrniss

: ). of the murders would but deliuer us from coill ; for thineis Villanue)is to organizea oat tonal guard',con. board vessel, for the of ed her in "
: frequency prove that a n whaling purpose they placed their affirmative in bold relief againstthe by a paper cur own countrj-a whig paper
( .. regular system assassination was organized, the kingdom and the power and the glorie sisting.of 1,500 men, to which is to be added' making hi, escape. His absence was discor. negative of the democrats. To our mind there It is true (the Chronicle & Sentinel atows itself ia

I the wire.wolker very likely some 0of the for cuer. Amen. the 2d regiment of regulars, under the command cred before the vessel sailed, and a it was is deep significance in this. It not only shows that favor of a peace which will leave each party to bar
Colonel! Casanova. Colonel Zeno-
.1 priests and leading men. suspected that ho was on oar the whaler. the whig party of the North is firmly united against its expense incurred in the war. But this does wt
1 In iat I stated that Col. M'Intosh Ratljc SnaJxt and Ash 7ees-It is a curi. via is to command the guerillas ; and the the autnories and the oil
my was lance among the South on the Wilmot Proviso, which nobody coincide with its previous reasoning. It cuts short
ous fact, perhaps not jrenerally! known lo those whole to be under the command of the lieut.
,, j : sinking under Lis wounds that brave officer barrels in order to ascertain whether
Baileywas doubts but it 'shows also thitl in this opposition to the flow of its argument. In this sort ef peace it
.f died last and is be unacquainted with (his reptile, that it has a enant governor named above-Governor So. He
P night, to hurried to-morrow on bar or not. was s-'creted near the South, that party considers itself as disagreeing denies rights r Mexieo which its own reasoning bad
: with all honors. He fell great aversion to a white ash tree. Strike it to (late governor) having lo the confidence the safe he
military perfectly bara
t pierced by a thought ; with the democrats of the North,and as having them established for her,thus wilfnlly doing her injustice.
while with twig of this tree, and the ratllcsnakebecomes heretofore reposed in him, on account of re. friend in
of the
his one furnish
gallantly I to him
.0 leading men to
bals aior too to meet and battle against on this question It would be cruel after proving that her cause u
. Casa Mata the 8th of contspd.nd with such a wandin ceiving part of the spoils captured by the guerillas. with food.
on Septem. The : thrusting
atack don Is not this the best evidence that these democrats are just, to treat her as if it were otherwise. It wouldbe
ber and his his hand, a may travel through the the lance it
system,suflering under wounds re. person passed through fair
leg. Bailey our true friends, while the entire mass of Northern ungenerous to open the way for her to ft'eI1'nTuu
habitation of this without The of this State will meet soon )I
f ceived in former battles able venemous reptile legislature knowing that blood! found
not tLe
r was to over. was on whigs, with some few recreant democrats, are our and then to tell her she shall not hare it. It
come the shock. fear of molestation. The Indian, aware of at Orizaba. Gen. Santa Anna captured an men he would be discovered, took a handkerchief
would be admit
Yours, &c. G. W. K. the virtues of this tree strews his couch and express from Gen. Set to (Jd?. Childs at Pue. from his and the bladeas opponents ? offering her a mere bitter insult to
pocket, wiped that her
The New York Globe. excellent democratic we aggressed her and have whipped
k hs:: wigwam with its leaves, and the hunter bla, directing him (Col! ChiIdJ to hold out long it was withdrawn from the wound an pa. upon
Crrr or MEXICO, Sept. 28, 1847. fills his !)oits and his pockets with them. A Jpossible, and, if obliged to abandon his position The vessel afterwards per, in condemning those democrats who introduced severely without a cause,and then refuse her moder*
escaping discovery. was "not be
and supported the above resolution in their Convention ate damages for the trcttpltt.V.. should
gentleman, who formerly in the habit of to fall back on hip. Thl also
We have rumors without number from Pue. 'a express smoked with brimstone, but he succeeded .
her injustice
t: bla to-day. One is that Santa Anna has been hunting in the Peqnakett country not long directed Col.. Childs to hurry op to GeneralScott ] in keeping his place, and remained in and in noting the fact that the whigs, in their guilty of such tampering. If we have done

It killed in an encounter with Col. Childs in the since, give us (the Mlowing illustration of the any reinforcements that; might be on the for thirty days after the living i Convention, adopted it'after it was rejected by the we shcnld not withhold proper i tBdeMH' ?
effect the white ash the from Vera vesellef pr democrats expresses the fear that a new party combination for the mischief which has resulted.
Ticfnity of that city( ; another story would! make 1'1 upon rattle snake : way, Crz. on what his,friend, the bi'lr, Ti
ns believe that he has been taken prisoner, af. O i returnirg: g from their traps one day, one This information can be relied on, nnd I ed him. Bailey has out his. will grow outofthiresnltbaed upon this Do the whigs propose indemnity Mexico '|

; ter'defending; himself for some time at the of the I"U1.cnu bt a rattle-snake, and broughtit have felt it my duty to give it to Gen. Patter tory ,which has been promised us biow publica resolution in which the Wilmot Proviso democratswill eight if their position in regard to the war be right.If
join the whigs, that they have the better they do not, they talk strongly of right bat act
paper mill called La Constancia, in the neigh- IJv camp. It was immediatelyjmojinsed tion. In crime, in almost equals that of' Jack may
1; of Pueba.! The accounts that lo experiment with him. Accord. son.Nearly all the troops have: arrived from the Shepard.' He left his parents at Ihe of chance to succeed in their favorite measure. The what they admit to be injustice. This is only*

; bro. ChidUS renr'cpd by 1hj. Laliy say, and ingly a winnow of leaves wan gathered together Brazos, and Gen. }J"trUUIvi move up in seven years. and subsisted by thefts age until Globe asks the unfaltering masses, who hare sustained secimen-oftbeabstracs into which they are led lj
: firm of circle the of few ply Democratic principles and measures hitherto, opposition to the war. In condemning the administration
* that fnte-rrd rh city, drm'f out in lit! a ; a segment of course a twelve l efore being detected. then
the immedit'l. the above the eree bring composed entirely of tho Gen. Lane, with Ibj. Zanily, ought to bo, tried nnd imprisoned. He here entered& the wh i rallied to the vindication of their country's they are lorccd to side with Mexico. 'II

-r gerripru luroundr to place mi rumors 1.1 the white ah the remaining part of and no doubt will l he hi" in all this week. naval service, robbed the vessel in which be rights and honor during the last war,when Federalism showing no title. in our government to the seat ba w

"i. I know not ; but if Santa Anna is really a prisoner the leaves of the maple. The ratlle-snake : These fresh reinforcements will astonish the was of a amount of money, which he hoisted blue lights to aid t the enemy, and who of the Rio, Grande, they establish the title of !Ib>!

..i t! it has been intentional-ho has given "'I placed! within the circle, which was fif. Mexicans, and will have a most favorable fr thrust into lag the guns, was caught-flogged have sustained their country in its present war with Mexican Government. 'In attempting lo prove t tW

himself up. he has been billed, it has been teen or twt-uly feet in diameter. The rattle I fect in making them cry ou for opening nego. through b the fleet, then in the Medilerranean Mexico, tq ponder well upon those significant tendencies we are not entitled to i indemnity, their reasoniBf
I snake in fear nnd retreated tiations feel if had done to combinations." would that Mexico I I.. And thus they pin **
1ilI what the !. sic:1IoulJ term one great trembling, ; they began to as we -again reached America, and was sent new prove
,1 s' a sheer accident, fur no such co'uli wards the inn pie leaves ; but there the ex. them all the harm we coukX to the Slate Prison for knocking down and This shows that the better portion of the Northern their mad career of rarly. Let the petple |t"

g entered bit brad. perinifiitcrs met him with their ash twigs and .' .. robbing I bo of a large amount of bank billsin democrats, those who controul their conventions., member that if this whig reasoning proYe.1D1lbiDIit

As a prisoner, Santa Anna knows perfectly lit wax glad to strfp his: course, and laid his Tall Cotton Pkkg.-lf Cnluhl En. Wal Itret in broad daylight. Having hare but little faith in their Proviso brethren} and proves that oar enemy must be indemnified, ty '*'

: well that be can humbug Mr. Polk'wi'h! ease, head down in quiet submission. quirer of the AI. aurallut time,'about six months since, it shows that these latter, having but little hope and that if whi; policy is followed to'trs broad result

4 end all his friends IJe.idea.V 0 sLal know After this manner bad been essayed for twenty of Col. J. Woodfolk's raC ho "'8 turned adrift ; since when be has com- from their own party, are obliged to join the whigs, we oust suffer deeply tot the wrong we base

the whole truth of the mater in of some lime, the segment of maple leaves was ten on a side, picked out eight thousand three milted several robberies. The last In which the truer Proviso menin order effect their purpose. inflicted upon Mexico.

' ,1 adayortwo. cours set on fire mind the hunter retired to watch the hundred and sixty four pods/ ocoto at his ho was concerned, m at that of Mr. Bennett, New York is not alone in such manifestations as

It is said that the. Mexican Congress is to ffiect.; Thn rattle-snake, raising his head, Cusseta plantation, on this mer. largest at Williamsbargb, which wa committed some those. The action of the two Conventions in Maaachnsetts Retain to Reason. el

I assemble! At Queretaro, on the 5th ..(October moved about in a small circle, turning his amount picke by a sing1srfind] was fire hun. three days after% ho and his comrades is the counterpart of that which w. bare We occasionally meet with strwjc i cinti .
;head towards the leaves coiled himself dred the smallest A afemp.10 returning; sanity in some ol our whig tofempon' '
: -next w that Pena y Perfa Las gone buining ; ,327 pounds. ed assassinate Mr. Hotchkiss, in been noticing. The whigs adopted Proviso resolution -
:' out t be ek-Lo us the acting President. I f for a throw, "nO his shrill rattle, and girl) picked 361, and quite a small boy, sixteen on the 3d of May lat.Ve shall publish some ,while the democrats rejected one which was Of thu character'it may be, said, is the foHowu tdi-Cfronjh

hare Democrat. 418 for the hands. The lor of the Whig, unable to 'resist the: infloenc*
, many members who deliberate manfully -.1anthe .pounds twenty shortly. Mr. Webster stated his views of the position '
I and seriously in favor wi peace ; but my opine winning.it three days before just'Jo see what of the Northern democrats. He said, some of the war-tide which has flowed in his: own

Ion is, that a majority of them willialk of litttle The Siamese Tiruu.-A recent visitor at they culd do picked 3.893 I, being an average Pernambaco cotton baa a fine,long staple, them doubtless I will go with the Wilmot Proviso unabated force since the scundof the arst'bug1e'called

: care honor, and ditches and glory, and last ex.fremitiea the home of the Siamese Twins, at their plan. of 287 UJ The cotton.,being on up.14nd clean and uniform, and yarns made from are principle, bat hisS then eon b..dniIMI At Cen to, rms,strikes bcldly in,and up.i..,

s and of! buried fallen in >Tortb Carolina that each of was well opened. In great request the ,The self thus: .
and ruins, }eing under : says among steeLing wearer tratm+e of the party it againtt proceedings ..
Ibero, kindred nonsense. Some of them them I several children; and they are quite Demarar, Bereoice and Maranham cottonsare of the late (Massachusetts) Loeofoco State Con. For rarsel,, w.are in fever of ie a af "PPf
California and New Mexico wilhcol peylflZl'leo !
I may b aD brtd or bire to espouse the prosperous as cultivators of (ihe soil, owning West India cotton is from Bourbon seed ; fine and glossy, and well cleaned. They rent ion prove this fully. in money, the first red, rent' Inerefor W*

4 aide rat two plantations and numerous servants, HvsngplaInly the rtaple! .fine.and .silky, but not,wl pre. are spun inlo a fair stout yarn. 0 Conaideriog .thesefacts and this testimony,who prior to the commencement a<'t al bost'lit .i "";

.I Rejon, in,bis fetters Santa Anna, told him and econnmkally,amhipp: renf1yverhappily. pared. New Orleans cotton ta superior io the Jut can doubt that the'Northern' whigs are against the tween the two countries. Me k. asrasned,..JI .

: that if he would continue the war, be would! They havets.dopted 'be same of Barb'adoes.cotton* usia. short staple! ., but It two-named kinds, and. may besakj occupy South, while the"Northern democrats,as a party we any jolt pn1ncalioll. a mesarrrg ef ,aWwar Ititodf tr1fU*, $:;

'per iih by bit aide,; but they say, that when Danker, in honor n-belr hanker.rlla name silky ao(:strong. H sppeirs.in the market t a mll.-pa htwoD'Sea. Island.. a Oeor. with her ''Then;What*1s the duty'and' iaternt of United etecrnpied States, w1itb1fw.a position rncamhenf f OB I..ta t let

ii: the armistice! 'was broken, be remained at in tho city 4 &'York. with rah fctnk.-American'Pa. ; the people of the South' ? Will any Portico'of&htm to rut sj end lo, even by a ort ta inn it eecfsir


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: 'These- jart grounds of war'afforded by Metiejter of _tbe present dsy.mteiotror the Greeks or"R': est ibsjMineots and oUr, whole J.m to "rIi rb'Jf: foit..1\n: -- -ai'"E 'fP&QCX_ A.ATI0N.. .

11 ia n" wis affected, impaired: nr taVri tibv mans-Hior asdid. Onian'.fo ,InsprtrGiulk Druids, one-thIrd of the hutfiber we brought heW.OurBrtctories .- hsss e Sc ht the MetboiiCborebtn 'Kin ct 1lHi.ar .1\ -

e nemwtitutional a*"'T1f1tion *>f the \tsr-nskir fascinate the dancing Britons; nor do.tbt'Y write one alter the other, were the ,this. ,city.en tb first Satttnhf ft. bntnof Mfttnt mnd'

power by and Mr.thusbringinson Polk i in ordt-rina the; the"ar.army Whether in the Rio the for the sixteenth seventeenth, or eighteenth cent most decided; finally driving the defenders or ber v.- : !. TT7HERE they ar"aOw-epefti
Mirer?te orler forcible poMe *ioh to be taVen of tile ries, (for theM have each its bard of original merit the city from their very fire- ides. Even after VV WINTER supply of ,

territory! in dispute, belon;i-d lw our Cnn<;re s or I 10 and celebrity,) but they write for tbe nineteenth to we had entered the city our men were shot< NdBce GERMAN AND AMERICAN

iEentive, WAS jfocovcvn! OF I nuC'n. She fury; and to male themselves] known aDd read from the top of tbe ? Their whole line TS hereby gifea to aU persons interested that six Rich blk ti1k.. de a

refused resettle the question of bftndary by neg< tense" would teach that they should conduct was calculated to provoke pillage 1 Booatbs after dteI shall present iy final account deseriptHm of colored and fancy ,
titioabetor" hostilities comtne ct'd. She cut oft common and vowber* lothe (.,dte of Probate in and Striped and Printed C."hlD 1'
111 diplomatic r..htioM with us,vtd rtf, even t to throw away the musty books and stale idea of the .n plunder-' ; yet, stilt the property of this rich for the Comtv of Jrf&rs! >n,and apply for a ifischanv French Metinfi Plsiffj Striped 1I

receive t resident minister from I he United States.- ancient, with tl! their god and pdJes es, and try and beautiful city was left untouched and ui the Ad-ninmtrttor .f ih* e>ute.f Anna Brooi. ca. tc. <

'Snce the commencement of the war, *!ie h n azain toiwrf all they have ever rrad so their natural ge.' harmed. These acts' reflect high anJ botmi late of said-Couofy.d.-ccased. A great variety hf rrnc1< ? :Thanks and praise r* ifw fr&m thtf jj
tad again tefnseJ to enter into nr otUiiafipn fpeace. < ih.dis of the arl *rf JAMES U. RROOIC'oJdT.Itt.c.uut Calicoes and Gingham; poud ? ref Ibe Saate
: nI florida
bins be frre-and mipanaclfd.and by poetic ina ahleredittipon "tplin' army petpu to the
might Wowed) Plaidf ftI differ*"it sf\! j I
Rq the /IPS of na/i lru. therefore ad Ifa !, Oct. 3t, 1S47 15 fun rf All G.'w-itr.v ; j
immutable principles offfOMon .tn* ami ton spiration gather rich treasures alone, from the inejhanstihle arc the brightest trophies of our virtury.MUSTANG.. Shawls rvery dr crtption. c l bleMinics whit h we. M a peopf b. feed ;

ttoHJiutier the Un.um.SI",,. haee a right t. nttin e- mine of their criginal and inventive i'Mlert W S-rOF\ Swiss, Jarntirt Cambric, In ") >y,iirlm( the nrrt'Dt year

pMe ian. of a portion of the territory eonquti Mn.liUil ; rdi.e is i* proclaimed that THURSDAY, the 4
rt from Mtriea,by way ef indemnity the ttpnKI MarrltTillis1 llame Journal.-Tbi: Silk. Tw red anti Linen Cohin i iMu It.ivetnher net1he Set apart to be oKterved I

incurred by them in the proteeulian of the war." Whatdosnch rrtim-r.l5 ?s we have before 'inn- delightful Weekly a universal favi,rit. with RpORCE H. MEGINNI3STS .lin edging i *: \ the State t a dat ol Thanksgiving and 4
ted in sybstan and which here a.sain.f Kid, r..hmer Silk and \\
we ruote :- and *
now cwving opening at the '. .
SJch sentiments as these ccminsfromt1equutf'r all c'asses of readers, is most especially Ifft store next door t'a Almig |y (- ;
be able write mud I Iextmlctly be j_ .n Mr. B4ir- *v's, a rcn-ril and Gentlemen ;
to to Given
person food porlri/ I -'r'Mf'f1' nl condaN1..i.tilll under band and the great seal
do, encouraging. aid led U1I to hope that: claim !It my
are ,
they with the ladies of America. They nf DRY Silk. W ollm and Cotton \
read and familiar with the ancient GOOD-a, HARDWARE. GRo. :* ;] CJ' the Stat- al tbcCapitoltbi. 15th OcW. ;
the insane and olWefuIrd cry of Uf'jl11t and infamous as their paper and this fact alone is the bo (F.RI E. &*., ke.. which he will lieU at time very. Lin.-n C.mbric Hdkfv, j-lain ; I.obt-r, i917. .
war," *' Polk' war," i.c &c.. vrill) corn be What do such' sentiment inJ.cate: ? Cn.Iol1btt't1y! evidence that can be adduced that they lO\VI.8II.ru''zI. tlahdtf\m Silk Cravats '' D MOSELEY. .

abandoned in all directions !least until lheclo E'oC this-that the ancients \ not onh' supeiior i in know how to appreciate a really g"d publication ;. Octrobt'r 30. 1!47. 15 Ct and Capes'for Dresses; An. Green 10, f.-I,. 13 : '

their: day to our-l'h's. bat we ntiit, if we would flanges ; AIII""Of't'tt in the tlll. C' ,',.
the war, and our enemy !ec nothing in m bat a determination < and one, in a great measure, devote* Kerseyg, Groceries &c. Splendid assortment of Hit. -. .
I to prosecute the contest with increase become at all C'nn..i\1ouc.lnok: tn them as our mters to their especial edification and amusement CASE OP NPGROKF.R-EYS. Ribbons; Notice.

rigor. We hopelhe ,rditorcf the Whig has a few that ,o fipirc; as a r"fl io the nineteenth century Tbe contents of the II Ou: JOUR \L _ru of i a I 0 CT.* P'.Ru..tt fluocans, a fine a-ticle, I.inen NL'opolitanTnscan and Straw \ D"tmtf's\ after dale,I.Vail prr-ent trt i>rbbnf I

t more exquisite touches of the same wrt If'ft-we (A D.) ard rronji a Chri>linir4d 1 people ware 'e gay, prKrx'fu! and jnquant description always DiiiWwfwid* Pickles Oovles.Damask Towels and Diapers Datna&c HttvMJ'hrr\ 1ft the Hon Judge of pVobafes of
to t back three thousand ytart 10 rid letl Lublt'rl.Ptt'trt'd ; f i>n ounly and apply for letters of dim isslort .
compelled g and ,
like to come across audi f.dt'n" in wlrg journal agrecabV, and always light, spicy impuk.bug. Rich SPIt Children* Wool
and extract from ht'at4ffl'\ CO01I. ", ? ,r Olt |the estate of Henry FeluLergi I
the rrmotrst antiquity
There is nothing ever in it to offfin hrsce assortment uf brown .
of JeCrron .
R 1 county, deceased.HENRY
The Rio Grande the Ilouiulary of Texar. M>thf.lopy! the oilime, poetic, and migir.al idea, time most sensitive, and uhvajts ROIII.tiling t to< Pepper Currant Sauce Jelly, Striped Shirtings and I1omr GREENBERG, Adm'r. .

with the. I'hrasfolrgy! eta llorr.er! Permit us tore- the fastiJioiH.! After! th. Mmfard Rroa.lclotjn, Cawiir.i-r, r tf\. 147 1:. Cm .
The following condensed Mrcniary of" fact (r"hI delight most caresofthe (verv 4Jerior.) and Plaid Satinet!, Jeans, .
the record" in reference! to the true boundary of iterate that Inch sentiments, and uttered by men day are u\"pr. a number of the HOMJ JVhiie Win.-Vinmr. Flannel Tick ins!.colored Dr. J. H. Scaled

Texas is from the Washington Uniun. We ccrn- pridins themselves on thrir ;cigantic intellects and JOURNAL is one of tbe tu".sl j plt'nwt! and TCfrcxhing Limp Oil, Linseed ditto ortment of Trimmings J.
the di Younsf Hv on Te.1. ("VPTV fmnutmomlrr /-,) All of SURGEGON DENTIST"
JelfninI1Uer in cur day tn differs i is
mend them to the careful attention of those \\\1o unlearned altogether ridiculous, things imaginable. It in : do I'brk difin.Now ; low for cash at their store be found at his old Rooms at J. L. Demil 1'
doubt the justice aspirant are whole scope, design and appearance from all rcctiiinj! per. \f'.ra..lIt' from JV lon.GEO. their store in Monticillo. I lj' Hoarding House daring the fall and win t'
and should find no countenance in the polite litcra other journals pub'tbhod. and we take II. MEGINMSS.Oclrtbir October 15 months unless when I
pee that our claim of the !Kio, Grande as the bounder grra 30, 1947. pfofewionally engared.
of Texas has been urged and defended' by many turecf the age. Originnhly, and not plogial ism ; pleasure in recommending it frequently because :30, 1 ?47. 15 61 having just rccei veda Urge ppl ol alj kind J
natural genius and not borrowed di pay! tf taler.nM Dissolution of appertaining to his profession, It now ,
with -
oar most distinguished *t.fcaien; and \lien it i is we con ro so a clear conscience Fancy Cxoods.VDR to perform cperotion with neatness aDd '
cur own, should be the basis on which a \IJ ot t and because its circulation heretofore any
remembered tlut MiXico: lefu '.< to make any treaty promotes a tastt LLF. P DE OIE, Mhck Gro. deRiin THE partnership on the most approved plans.. .;
may re4 his claims to distinction and celebrity.IIa for sound and literature. Such f-im C >n & Lynch expired; by JI. 1M7. 13 ,
v ith us which doe* no* Mitrt r. take the Nucccs instead ol tl.c l\io: Gramle as the' n(-t America" the land of the free and tin ily n -w!paper a' the HOME JOUR AL cannot Satin striped Ca"III1Pf\'c. phi' spun Silks them All those to either having member claims of linlt the Lard WhIskey &c. :

boundary, ae will appear bv reference Article 34 1 homeol the brave"-wilhall her natural scenery ; wen be ('crpraised and the support that i is )'r"1'' r.inI..Im4, Tailar Phich.i l debted thereto will ple-e : received Schooner Southerner, from New :

of the treaty furnished the Mexican peace Ccinini her lake ; her rivers and n"'intair's ; her Lute ar.d given it, both )by the prow and the public foreshadows Vrf ColUr'and trinimM Ctavl nd, Fr\ptian iiitrimmed.Lmrn and. Regency Lace. Meinrs Damon or Lvnch. who :!. 5 bbls j her' Whulteyi r.1 4

cataract; her subterraneous caverns ; her mines of the doom .fnuu-li-of trt'h lientofore -. tie the business of the firm. 1 do. Lard
bners by Santa Annait is eujj erjvsigli t-> centrelictid Cam. Hdkfs.! Trench Kid Gloves, 1s

the course of action Id, to om ;ovrtr.mcnt.- gold and silver ; her anin.aie: and her feathertctnltcs PO extensively circulated t throtylmiit t lii' Ldir :' d Mis-ws spun ilfc Gloves, Tallahassee, October 30. IS.. 1 dn. Molcwcs 1 :
her fruits and flowerher inexhau!tib!' land the Gtntlfnieprinted L. C lldkfs, II new article, 1 do. Syrup, I
Sbe mu t either &bar.{>n her just claim, or cnfi'rc<" ; to injur of the taste and rnoraU u f tht 10 Boaes'Sospi .-
her cnlizbtened and free institutions! 1).1. Scarf and Cravat, .
them at the cost of entire tn.bju ttinn of Mexico, i il 1anmiiattand ; I whole! ccnimuuily. \V" are very sincere iiiwishing Now receiving{ Drii ('arrl and Emrltne and Cabinet \ Java Coffn.lt.c. &.c. for nie low by .
iieceasary. We know I..W whaten.ust contciM (he l.t1SC.'Ilt and habits of her j'I.It"! ; her banners ; MORRIS and WILLIS abundant' micces- for *.1- l.vc liv I GEO "J. A!EGINMSSOt /CONTINUED at the oH ALFRED E. HOC*. ; I

for; and with these fcrU before u,-with our rizhto !ter warriors; her unparalleled tictoriis oiJthcfieUofbsttlc : in their endeavors to establish cheap nn-i .t..hcr! lO.lc.n. 13 dt; Vy who has taken the shop 28.'1S47._14_. r

the terriIor.tclwtei. the Nueccs arid the Rio! !-has not AMERICA attractions: sufficient raluaUc miscellany for HOME, which even all kinds of yolk in his line of BULL 6. I'RATORIUS, '

to influence the Muses to abide on her shore ? Are welcome with Bagging, Rope and Twine*
GranJe. as set forth by our riobt cmiixnt men, and family may ileasuriaimd real October :. IS 17. 15 corner tlerc under the Sentiael Office tad :
not her "tifTicient to \ and to author Their HOME JOUKSAL is received per Schr S.ntherwr 'fn'm NVw Or
resources ej-.able \\ithprofit. just
1&'iio. that he will treat with
the declaration tiC '!. (;Io. II. .MEGINMSS.October oppoiite the Pbeaix Snildinp : .
other than full! turrend of iso i an American to write .1f11tT an poetry? the thing which ha been long wanted ,lor; Sale jxxlpon'd to 1st ]
UH on no terms a r our 30. 1SI7. 13 CtCaps. NOW OPENING a choice and well selected
In Homer we are made familiar with the customs the parlor: and the boudoir and it both
claim, and as a convenience an admission of the justice ; as IK, Sheriff's assortment of CLOtllS.CASlMER3: VESTS

of bf't-wf' sacwiti) these faitbefore us, "ho and habits and the religions fupcr tifiiTu of the ininatterand manner au honor to the press virtue of a writ of fieri ( i and READY-MADE CLOTHING. Tbcg'eat ..1,

shall withhold from the Government their coroia Grecians ; in Vinril, with .those of tie, Romans ; but of the country we hope to e"e it universally JUT rcct-ivrd \"r the last arrival. SO doz. Cloth; BY '* office of Leon and taste bestowed in the select ion of these Rood .

American ? in alter willthrrmnniiehtup.. sustained. Kvery family in time land with the Clazfti Cap*. for Gentlemen! and Boys, new Isaac W. Mitchell is plaintiff them in saying to all who wish to purchase .
aid strenuous ">!]'port ? She (Mexico) asked of us poe > ages stales, whi1tJofrjll beonld v r> lo-.. survivor &c. is defendant I bar *iM. yon will Jo well to call and examiirt I
,_ demanded on the religion and hsb-t ol the American pub'C.! least pretcnsionstotastc and refitmem.-nt, should stock. It would be a great tsx on time and .
dinhonnrable cne sif.n f he even (Art. L. & U. (iRE Xr.r.r.G & CO. on, and will expose to public pa.
14)) that the United Stales honld: salisly I Mexican citizen The reader will conclude the s"amegoJs that existed subscribe for it at once. The term are only OcliiSer! 30,'1VJ7., 13 House door in the city nf to enumerate the di1erentsy1es and pattern i.

and in three thou!ind 'ers izo. still existed in the nineteenth two dollars per year and the office of publication -- -- -- Monday in November next this assortment : suffice it lo for injury done by American troops.
of these cloths and cas imer* are of .BrlfH I
'rTlhtr ',and were t the :lId.!&of the American ;; is at 107 Fulton! Street.-(itiiclte and Spanish Regalias. following described property :
Articles G and 7. that the United Slates should release '. Boasted L".re.nd the clothing anti .
Sc 10,T 1, North R 2, E;
., ard bound down to earth by pa an superstition, we Times. Jo 000 JUST received prr Dri; Lucy anti l article of their stock is of a style and quality .
l Mexico from all claims e\i tm-,or supposed to I rf S< :.T 1, R 2. N & E; '
thai still offered a icriSces in the tem'k; (f Minerva I fnrailehy Src3.T2R 1.N& Eand will p1eae tb* most fajfidiou 1',
exist, adjudicated or unadjudicatrd, against L. & II. GREENBERG & CO.
Good 4.ddc-e.-\n the 4'
Exchange would mention that these CLOTHS' of \ .
[taper, the N W of the S W 4 '
The immaculate! Son of God, during' his sojourn October 30 corner *
Government for spoliations: crmciitted on the property editor of which has had some elpel enc(* in 1517. N & F.; also, the W i of the I t texture, the best English wool dye,French | ) \

of our citizens long before the cotrtcencemcnlof upon earth, was not without ln.nor, save in hii the world says : Received by the latest Arrivals N of R 2. E; and Ihe W i of !. dye black do.Cassimer,London wool dye black J .

the present ,;r! Such lrrms these, com-nj own cowntry." and this portion of Holy Writ wasImCVt Never to read the Department 1. N )f R 2. E; and the E i ,..French and German black cloths,do.Cass.,
signally exemplified than at the neglect AdreitWog L \Rf'iE assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING T N of R E and the ( fancy C.l'me. :
. from Mexico to the least extremely r mere present A 15, I. 2. ;
appear 5Y An American author to cain countenanceat of a newspaper if you uou'd know 1I0E ROOTS; also, a general as- See 3. T I. N.R 2. E. of fine black Satin fine pla>d Safin 4 1 j .
diculous-yet they are demand bi' her with gratify djy. any what it concerns every one to know where lo ortment of GROCERIES. Levied as the Woollen Velvet. Cashmere and Poikanett, i I .
e\'in. all at home as writer, innst write as if he were L fc H. GRCENUERG fc CO. upon property Gor ''o Cherobu checked. .
t f and apparent erk-usr.ess. lltr madnesx, as layout money to the |H-st advanta Competition : to be said to satisfy said writ of and Monterey "
where r.lhtr than in the United State, and, if Ort..ber 30, IS47. 13 : M'DE CLOTHING.-Superior Fine blk. 1
leaves to any A. A.
ced in her extrarajant af uroplior.* us nor is at its height, anJ those who h\\',> .
has all chances of accommodation jou please, wberethe religion theCroos was never BY J. W. dress and frock coats do. English wool dye
choice. She placed any thing worth buying or good bargains always Tallahassee Guards, French Ca sioer Sack Coats Doe-skin do.. i1
Oct. 1847.
23 9.]
known and where the .k\-Jalk, and nightingale, Sept [
upon moderate terms, beyond hr feeble reach ; ; advertise. They know it is the sure and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-akin open .

- and there seems to be nothing MoW left to her but to and other foreign "waibiers are a? c< mmon as the way to do a brisk and a profitable business. Qri't 3O The above in December sale has next.been ,black bearerclotb act and orerfoat* black

etTectsofthe storm which she has inimitable meek ing-bird, sod its a 'c ciate$ in our Monday nltlltHhUof6ne Mack Casstmet.tnediinrt .
< reap the entire so and by selling enabled to sell
quickly, they are
land in the Southern State Yea great variety of fancy Camimer pints of tbd j .
own sunny are NEW
. wantonly proToked. cheaply. Keep the run of the advertisements. style. Petit of cf ery dtscriptiotf. Military '.

, From the ll'at-'iington Union. a person to icnic good poetry,mutt be extensively Sometimes the price of a whole year's surjcrij ., Hosiery, Shirts,Gloves C,+r.,usDa 1

1 Itba often been shown by extracts from the Icttm read, and familiar Wills the ancient/** Such senti >tion is saved by looking closely I over the ii- THE subscribers to the choice would and call Stocks Suspenders and almost everything' .

_ and speeches of Thomas Jeflerson James Madi- mt'nts-and for the reasons we have given above-we advertisements.The of GOODS. with a gentleman's OOIfi(. .
now receiving per
all orders accord
t P.are te execute
r nn. James Monroe John Quincy Adams and Henry detent as we would a venomous vipei endeavoring to Emeline. Tbtr dock bt b4Ien file I..prepared. -"ypi.J.s4-.. 1
Clay, that they repeatedly declared the Rio GI ande entwine itseltin a death-grasp around our vitals !- Butler Tutimanial.W ace that its From the most fashionable B. By the next arrivals we expect to receive1 t ,
r to be the true boundary <>! Texas and our title up to York; and,having beea REMAINDER. 4 '
whatever is
"e out only admire truly American. in contemplati to raise a fund sufficient 1 '
I f that ricer to w at clear a* to New Orleans il ell ATTENTION they are enabled to furnish U''f 16 1847. 13 '
of I.lr.Clay not only afLraed lhi in I .,b"t reaffirmed but, as a Femlhcrnrr, whatever originates at theSouth '4 to support the family of the late Col. Butler proportionately low. Their _g 4

I : it ia hi* letter of April l41. We uy further for the mutual bereft of her citizen, and in honorable competency," by a general subTription YOU are hereby notified to appear at jour usual R J.\toV A SaleofLotNo.50., 1
and the 12th
in; the controversy between Mr. Adarii and Don worthy its high origin. FIDES- of the citizens of South Carolina on Friday Saturday be sold at public arietta, in front of my
fjrtaer insiited that Texas the 13th November,at 10o'clock, A. M. fully armed and i.i of the best of materials, .
Ooisin i ISIS ths P. S. We have chosen out Homer and Virgil in the subscription to be limited to one dollar to for inspection and review, to orders tured directly under the office in the Capitol for COM, ott Jirnrdav/
Rio Grande of Loui'ia-it wa< quipped pursuant eye
r ww ours ag a pat day of November, 1847,LOT No. SO, in th*
the French commissioners in preterence to other writeis, a* they are the most each name. We have no objection to this I rom Col. Spencer. Tear of' thp-itvrk is thereby :
to by
- so us West of Section thirty*)!!?, Towa't
. ISO, and to received by u.. Mr. On is, the spanish .4 ancient" of any bards of whom we have any knowledge honorable design, and we have no doubt a WM. M. MAXWELL Lieut. Comd'g.Per purchasing may rely upon one. North quartet of Range one. West. This lot wa* 1 .

cini ter claimed it as a part ol Spain ; but whether and as our (friend we presume, .referred to sufficient sum will he raided. We trust that F. H. FLACG. bit Ser'gt. made. Among the articles d by W. H. Wystt Esr| at the ofitlaal sale

- Teias was French or .S;>anih, it was admitted on those authors principally, although we might have tot only the family of the lamented Duller will October 30, IS-I7. 15 fjlLL AND lots in said quartet section and sold doder ant
both sides that the Rio Grande was lbs boundary c. mac be found the following: : with raid Wyatt and myself in accordance .
been mistaken in provided for but ihe families of all who Attention 6th Regiment !
. Texas, so far ** to embrace the whole region between : cur presumption. Blk French Cloth Frock and the Conditions of the original sale. Said lot .
, the Rio Grande and the Nnece In 1S3G, have fallen in the war. A small additional HKAD-QPARTCBI. 0m RCOIMKJTT, F. M } Brown and Invjs. Green Castor the lot and residence of Capt. A.E. Harris/ -

f Texas, when she declared her independence, and in [Correspondence rf tllt.V O. Delta.} inscription for this purpose ought to accompany Tallahassee October 20, 1347. jotha, Mid Tweeds, and fancy .3

i her first as well as her last constitution, set krth the PEACH AND QUIET IX THE CITY-TilE CLOSING the other and we have such confidence PURSUANT to an Order from Gen. A. K -\LLr- Pel lots and Blanket Overcoat f01tD.BEN'JAMI BTRD

Rio Grande to be her boundary. Santa Anna and all OK THE CHURCHES! AND JUDICIOUS in the liberality patriotism, and gratitude of. Regiment of the Florida Militia is and Beaver Cloth Overcoat, Treasurer and Commissioner,SLC. :
- I. hi* generals so formally acknowledged it by Foleron COURSE OF GEN SCOTT-LEVY OF CONTRIBUTIONS hereby required to mu 't'rat TalUhaMce.on IVirfay and Blue Cloths Pantaloon of e. October 16. 1847. 13_
. treaty in IS30. Texas has bad crzamsed. counties -GOOD CONDUCT OF OUR the people of South Carolina that we I believe and s'atvrday.the 12th and 13th of November next, timer, BUm! Ribbed do., fancy

there for many yean before annexation ; abe granted ARMY. in ample fund for this purpose 'uulrllc raised. at 10 o'clock. A. M., armed and elluil'l| i>ed according do.; also Tweed. Satmettaad FALL- 1847. ;
, and surveyed laodj there ; he exrcsed her mil Camden Journal Oct. 20. It law. of Black and Farcy Satins are opening onr stock o(FALL GOODS antS f _
ry power Iherei.t what is ftronzcr, : NATIONAL PALACE Mexico.) Sej.t. 21, IS.j1. It i.'m port ant that the Companies should b'I'U Velvets. Plaid Cashmere and will sell them low.B1RCHETT. .

. Courts ad judC at Sin Antonio she repeatedly! rx- Eds. Ddia-An orderly and peaceful dpo-! Curutus Cases of Madncts.-The Boston filled, a. a General Inspection will tale place. The VlaznrVas &.c. &-C. &. LINDENBEWJER. .
jurisdiction by service of process there in dunn fcrrps to Late taken possession of this commissioned and non-commissioned Officers are re- They have also an extensive 16. 1647. 13 '
erc.t several of alienit .
instances :
- and executed there Transcript[ says llth, fur oihcers'
criminal attend on TIIUT.tl.y.lbe
cyiland cases derf'C 'juired to jiimerj? and Vesting HOUSE .
tell that the has
. Greit nriuin, so Car as regard the country city. The citizens us city not ion of mind produced by reading the details drill. in pa't of: Superior French I CAROLINA ,

p "'Ct of llv Nueces, has long since fIrmlY acknowledged ]been! as tranquil for two years as it is at the of the Praslia murder are. mentioned in our fr:>- Fine KJH be strictly imposed upon all de- Cloth, do. English do. do. : I QUINCY FLORIDA.FE lJI

. the Rio Grande a the boundary of Texas prcccnt time. This has been brought about French One I lady, recently wlter*. \ S. S. SIBLEY.Col Comd'g. Invisible Green Wool Dye I. have leased foratermofyezitlrat jfc j
calling Tesa., when a Republic confirm papers. young JAMFW LOOCKEKMAW, Adjutant. French Black : and commodious eetabtishmevi & ilK
by upon liy the uell-repilated disjwvition of the troops By Castor do.. large [
husband of her choice
! rrants of land titles to individuals tot a ,fart Gen. Scott together with the other married, holds the ; in October 301S47. 15 2w do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped known as Armstead 'Hotel, and_| >4'B. II
1 of this Tery country ; thereby admitting the .ve.f 60 much dread tha she barricades herself in mOIl fashionable styles ; ( \ tbe Marshall HOaR sad will hare n oped
: reignty of Texa over the Te ntory, and directly re- lions adopted l y the Government of the city. her chamber by night and repels all his ad. Regimental Order No. 13. Finn Plaid Satins, do. do. reception of boarders and visitor OB the 15th ..

. I jwdiatin that of M/'. '( Such was the state ot the Yesterday! being Sunday the clergy kept all vances by day as to many attempts at assas. HEAD QTMBTCKS, Oth REGIM :X, F. M. ? Velvets, Cashmere and The proprietors pledge themselves that au- j
cue when we finally annexed Texas in Itmbr, the chun hes and places religious, worship Qnini-y, October 26, 15.17. J Velvet Plush Jte.&c. shall be spared on their peel receive rod so'
ination and their ia not
- ib 1 5; and in thatiiatnemonlh.sfld Iln or closed, which had a tendency to excite the ; honey.moon yet URSUANT in an ord 'r from'Brig. Gen. .Allison ALSO, AN tn a proper oaager all who aatftfel disposed .
I give orders to advance to the Rio Grande, Congress, ended. A workman of St. Etienne wn'l sud. P L 5th Regiment F. M. will be and appear in T them with their patrO 2p. Tbe table will
_ by unaaimoiis .oe. (the bill binrfp.r by John minds of the populace and impress them with denly stricken with madness after reading Quincy>e on Thursdaythe 16th, and Frid'y.Ibe 19th Hat and Caps(Monterey Shirt jBro- with tbe best the market and adjacent
from ) passed the belief that something serious was Linen and Cotton afford and the bat with the choicest -'
Senator going on fan ,
. Daris.the Whig horrible accounts of the Praslin tragedy. November next, a' 10 o'clock, A. M-, armed and Its!. Silk Cravit. Silk try
bw jurisdiction orrr tliit ? fmtntry, Gen. Scott had informed Liquors and Cigars. In short, no exertions'
a exercising rrry unseen. previously with l"'Juipped' th Jaw directs, for review, drill and in.pection. Satin do ,
himself befire mirror
establishing a euitom-bon west of the neccs.sndS ihe clergy that desired they} would continue Placing a a pistol The commissioned and non-cororoiwioned Fancy S'tin and ]> be wanting to render their House one of the ;
. custom-house district embracing this very territory of he shot at the reflection of his person exclaim. ol said Kegimenl will assemble in Qoincy Rich Fancy best in the State for comfort, convenience and
heretofore the exercise their religious officers Plain do Scarfs, : J
between the Nuecei and the Rio Grande To sam as 6 I'm kill Then the living. .'
I the ng, going to myself. at t'n Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday time 17th No- fennv Lind Hhk. ; .
them at time
np the case, France, under whom we caime. always ceremonies ; informing same report of the pistol, and covered with fragnents ember next,at-hO o'clock A. lL (or preparatory Uk. White and Col'd Gum MCMILLAN BIZZELL
.- acknowledged the Rio Grande a that they should be protected in their person of class, he fell to the floor crying M drill and ioatrul'ti"n. By order nf Gloves j M '! October 16. 1847. 13 3m 1.-:
of Texas. Spain under whom and will clause J. Colonrl.CHAS. .
and as see by a ERSKINE J
f properly you Groceries. j ij!
: acknowledged the lower Rio Grande am dead. He has ever sinco been under
always 5th
. caime I nt 1 Texas. J"fertn.Jbditn. Monroe in the General Order which I send you places he delusion that be is in the world of spirits ; October. S.30 SIBLET, 1 all churches, monasteries and public edifices Shoulder Braces, tc. \ Citron Raisons and Almonds, Jr]
. Adams and GIT.always Grnde and when food is offered him he repels! it, with tc.CLARK .
: to be most clearly the boundary of Texas Texas soclaimed under tbe protectio and safeguard of every Bankrupt Notice. .. Ketchups. Olite) Oil, and Pepper Sauce, V I
he the dead do
- and military power, granted remark not eat. October 23. 1847. 14 Starch,Candles Putty aDd Window Glass. <>,
always American. Gen. Scott again sent to the _
e'urr"e VIRTUE of Cnler of tbe District Court
an Oil
there Linseed and Train -t
- 't
_ er an surveyed, received lad. rote, and con"exercised civil clergy and desired them to open their churches It is not," says Daniel Webster the BY(the United Slates,made at its Term in Jan- Partnership ( and Brown Sugar, "j .

. IMcviminaljuris.diction process there. Gteat Britain foroaliy for religious worship but they heeded him not. noisiest waters that are generally the deepest ; ua" t 47, in Tallahassee}' | appointing; mr, the an- undersigned hare Pcrackong and Black Tea .

acknowledged the Rio Grande in 1541. a the Ue[ then informed them in substance that nor has it always been found that that spirit ersigned Cptomissioner to examine GeneraL and adjust the ialankraptcy THE the style and firm a variety of other article, constituting a .
of JLr. Assignee and choice assortment of Groceries
,- "boundary of Tens. Oar Confrere,by a unanimous and heir course was calculated to inflame the pre. which is most inclined to vapor when danger accounts ,! will begin the exaininationof said acoonts IOODMAN for the and for sale by S. F. BURNEY.just re- \
it in 1545. carried -
*", lsotecogni laws and rnt our Df'Cemb.- officerstbere indices of the people and excite them to disorder and disaster are at a distance, is the firmest in at tny office in this city on MONDAY the Goods and Grocery Business. at '' 23.1S47. 10Sherlff" d:

our; and yet the >Mexican Whigi| would have us and if they thus continued their course of Breasting them on their near approach." Wh if November and will continue it from cfsy today t
- of each of the estates for *
tbe .account
give to Santa Anna all the country west of conduct, he should forthwith withdraw all pro- Mr. WEBSTER himself affords in. until '
a October
low up striking shall have 20, ( 311s.t7. "
. which said Dir hett acted as Assignee virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the
time Nuft."o t" the s!afe man who ection from their prnp.'rty.lct t the of the truth of this in his
lance to
him OrHt. the memu- eenduly vdjasretl. Nonce is HCREBT OITEN Clerk', office of the Circuit Cenrt for the coon-- *
:, flag disgraceful of bit country Irr'ndP, aM! ra'.ly Better: with let some new legion what it might. This. had the effect of able "Next Fourth of July" speech on the aU persons interested in the settlement of said arnnnts NEW Leon Middle Circuit Of Florida wbereisj the ;

of traitors and d give our gallant soldiers bringing these gentlemen! to their sensesihir Elaine Boundary Question which be after- to attend before me at the time and place p HE undersigned have just Bank of Florida i* plainliff.sod David Robert

V in Mexico, in tl.e language rtf'fta cf Mr. ('""in. hospitable lIIiltJinrr'C'rr opened at once, and their wards explained as meaning No Fourth of tentionedand make known their objections it any JL arrivals (rom New Ycjk, d defendant have levied upon,and will expose
- '. they have A. B. MAXWELL Com'r. &c. a full and splendid assortment i ale, before the Court House door i. tbe city of s
grue. rcij! ,ious ceremonies continued. i July 'In particular. TatJ.ba..'IXt. 3O: Is-17. 13 2w MEcTIC DRY GOODS. on Monday. the 6th day of December ?.

1 You will else see by a General Order that IHOES, JEWELRY, within legal hoar, the following described .

, [roa THE fosrnu:) he General-in-Chiel has imposed upon .the CoUon.-Georgia Sen Island cotton is of a Sheriff's.Sale.. &c. tc., to all of which they '-wili .

a POESY-1ERICAN. city a contribution $150,000, f which 820- lull butter tint the filament being some three virtue ef a writ nf fieri facial, issued from the the citizens of Tallahassee and 'or SV l.Sec 31. T2.Rl.Nand.; W +t
BY See T !. R I N .,dV.. '
t somewhat surprised,a few dys irice.at the of Cletk's'omce of tbe Circuit Court for Hamilton opened in tbe Mote recently El. 21.
We were IK)0 is to be propriated lo purchase times longer than that of the Indian notion < the ; defendant! and I
Middle Circait of KUriJa.whertrin William TUNE in the Pb nix oild n opx>n a rrOI't"rt'f\rsaid :1
; bearing a rolee-bred! gentleman say in substance, neceMuiries and conveniences for the sick and vool. The fibres are olitnlrico spiral and louniy.n. is plaintiff, and Tliomi Smith is defen. son wishing to purchase to sold to satisfy said writ nf urn (facia I
1 while conversing on the subject of Pottir compo wounded 800,000 for the purchase of cabacs.I.lukf'ts. hence the ease with which they are spun into dan?, I have levied upon and will npoee for sale, I lock before purchasing A. A. FISHER. Sheriff T

. tion. tbat .For a person to write pood poetry, bettuit cVc.. for a gratuitous gift to the rank cotton: thread. elore the Court llojwe door in Ihe town of Jasper, I hey are not surpassed by any ; 2. 15-11 11 IiSheriff's

; read very teoivcly. ad tbtrtby becrme and file of the armv, and 940,000 l lit' appropriated Georgia Upland cotton is good fur coarse nD the first Monday !in December next,the following! places either in be quality Sale. l

, acquainted with the blert production of ancient to other military purposes. Tn levy The staple is short light and feeble escribed Land'witThe : GorKi. .
. yams. Sooth Rut I of the N rlh West {of section virtue of a writ of fieri (facia, rsfettat from the t
hards whose celebrity I for them a place in ing contributions is a new movement in the It called for long time Bowed cotton "
guarantee was a 3..t, of TowMbip 2, of Range 13 North and East. October23,1Slh14_ ClerkV office of the Circuit Court for the county :
J "e well selected library of tie literati. Hair prosecution of this war. The manner iti whichit from (he fact that it was separated from the Levied upon as the property of said defendantnud Middle Clrctrit of Florida, wheveia the -

Wd similar sentiments uttered by would-be-critics, has l been appropriated reflects the highest sere by the blows of a bowstring.An I. be fold to sltts/y Mid writ of fieri facias.A.J.pSIAH SheriflTa B t of Florida i s plainlitf and James Ft ;j

dieen them in of our popular mapnf as crrdit to the brad and heart of the General-in- T. BAISDEN Sherifl.Octmibe BY virtue nt a writ of fieri is defendant. have levied upon mad will II j 11

many admired and believing Chif C and shows that be hat not forgotten thegallant Extraoagant City.- Up to the 1st of ? 2'1. t.9fj. : the Clerk'* office of the e for isle before the Court Howe goof, in the Y
of "riter. ISSale. i
I tl justly of months the County of Le n.Middle Circuit of Tan h vfrj on Monday, the 6th' day of De-> i'
"A atimenU sublimely riditvlov*, we humbly army who Lave followed him throughfire September a period eiJb.. only, her1i1"s Henry Hyraan Executor of next within legal hours the fnflowing dnf..

: attempt in ibis unpretending communication,and in and flood and erected ''IL lofty temple ol expenses of .New:YorV,city has been as ful. ,irtD.flsezecotiou;: ; issued out 01 the Jus tate i is plaintiff and %WesVeir tt property,to wit t |.-

: esirteoos .to submit to the reader oar rea- fame en which be trill stand admirrd by all the low. : BY tices Court of _4kc 2nd District Hamilton tar of Henry J. Gaikraff, i* of Serf ioaH.T. 3, R 1. Hand E. *

laDMr world, To tlje army it U hut an act justice Alms house $297.000 Bounty wherein June Diocan;is fdalntiflf and Sam. upon, and will expo** for $ | of RE 4" 17T3R1..6
C *'!ro believing them so. heal for the loss thy Ltfmps ana Gas 171,424 lei R. JohM p defendant, tit, CotistabU of said ImMe door fa list city of | 01 SV l" 11,T 3. R J< 'I H
Originality, in oar opinion i.la more to be ad- In compensate pecuniary ; DatriotbM levied upon the following described ifnndvr? N* Drtretnbrr next, i D( 3\Viof Section ',T ?.II 2. N and Eo
1 .
than classic imitation even when the imita- bare sustained by the various movements inci- Police. 479,000 b.ndkwISl aHowma deirribed property to | 8'E f u 11.T 2. R 2. .

I .re i h % '* out hi. riches with dent! to to 'many battle as hare been fooghif ( Cleansing streets la ,OOO The Srtflli West iftf North East i of Sect ion 25; Ii |, S e I. See 12.Totntllbip i o( t WI" 11. T 2. R2' set,' It 1

. boadis Hoer, pouting j eJore f the 'I pilat. It is but fair and just that, Fire Department 34,000 aTW"lllrv3. of Rings 13,North andEatl. AI 0. tf-EI.NEl.2.f, I of'.N E I t _11. T sIt 2. '' .
ovwftow ;" or a "Virgil, like a river in should I Salaries 200,00061,316,4U' be North East 4ot.tbSouth West J-of Section, SINEI 2<; W or S .ft,Tz. Jt 2" .
i its huh, with a gentleAnd constant stream f and the inhabitants of tbe city p.yk, as i.To Mb>P I.Range 13, North and EM*.- NINWL"9t. .'I. : ( EJ ... .T2Zr.se .

t. draw eor eooclnsiont] from the fact that those do not believe there Ie to instance on record N- ita pnmance.f tbe law _. eMandnd wl'sw4v ." 18. upon as the property.f said def ndaoC aad ;

***er 4hat when an army ba captured a city by aoault, nrovided.1 will expose for sW w.the Court N W 1.- M. 10, .M ( sold1 KTMRisfy taU writ of fieri.beiac.A. 1
.J production; arc perfect in themselves- bare been protected ia their It scarcely will be 1 believed, but it ia neverbeless loose door, iMhe town of Ja pcr.osi like f rat Moo. Nw1.gwA;.M 10, A. J1fIWOAf. :

; ;mioY art extensively read-that heir style, their Bat the ttpople hare ben f to this true.-: the jspenses of New York day"\ Deeecavef M .withl lecal boon,tleaber containing tw acre*.'or 1847V tt ,-, : 't
.act. and uprratitiros esitiiDenls are ctarac- persons and propert/ a* they ietcribed land. Levied ort aa the property ol saId Lev Urf pon atb.property : .
a ." .lftIor..hiclaour borrowed i ostancv. Our army rntrred ibe. cIt, hjr storm :ily are .inSnitely greajfr.tilftft' the wholtofbe : iefeodanr*ud t.be eoM t..satisfy, slid exteolion to be oM |e eatisfjr said. writ of R'S BALSAM.orWILO CHERRY, for
knowledge *
; la iJtaff yer meG: 'of 'Sheriff. .-'A. A. aIe v" L5&AM1S
1 after the mOlt determined and tubbonj reUance : "eipenes'Of _. K JOS/AH T. .'. -
.and that of tbe mort 'learned imperfect of r"U'11Y&)1a ( ; ..t. 4 pctobcc 22..n" .,. ", --". I: -hoftlo, D. tsa1.. '' ,; .-. 31r" .'
lott foiny Hf proud. -
art *..I.v amrru ed with the idea ,hat fa doing to they ., 54. 'a :



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It1, .: __ _. -,- '.---. -. Will" h)1I1W II
Good for Gcfillemefia1Wear.BLUE
C1[ and BlaeBtack Broadcloths. Fancy ox tHE irvxjrra orAi0n edtIta i
MAGNETIC REMEDIES. AN nee'.Sattineab'.nt'wky; Jearfs, *
;c -u-- ,0 Vetn Rich 'ancyColored 9ati Cravats. a UNITED STATES
aid limit. ., .1 ceinlee, Bout*aad 6Toe.
of the flifus ceoeral ftMorlBent
.; (. TTOODKUFrS DYSENTERY road.clotbingjusl COVCBXMtirrT1V :
stock of
IKROXICDIS'EASE3othe -- Hats and Capsilso, a large ,
F ( (.r Di rrho Dyacnlery Cbs4eea Psiorbus, Senu1.1,-. ,. kbeuaaSi ''OJ.tiItat.CulftMtIfU received and for sa1 AKD CKHtlAt.JltWa
\ cla* Hypertrophy,may inrjriably Clol.r Infant am, and Snoinrr Complaints Chillre From Tallahauee t Mot Ensaiss.Y PIISIIJU.isle ebj.. CUR.-

j4 : ) Itt dijtinpmhrd by the.. 4Fnm nrl utforly-hr* liavnfnm l. fact Blottket,Biln. Chronic 8.,$,n. Rutt September 25, W7. 19 TSsasiEssstssat

.jt I -I 1inwbichisprnducedbypre.i'V H. W. Im.n. l lf U. S. .Vu n. Bel- and t. Ckarletim lit thretdeyi T.l1da, Worm or TrUer, SeoJd HeaitfKnlorffmfnt and .-
4 r fi .reonthei'tglinnsoI spijnal 'taN. Pain .f the Bones and Jointt, Stubborn UlerrtSypHlitie organized aDd i iiudep..
ri i : l nerves, in the intcnertebral JVownsff-v J-w Sir-A few da'ssnI.e il time lo lake Ike Mail Boot.n Symptom, SritJ.l.I ., end Negro Clothing. News a' the Seal of.1I. General Coveni,5g JoV. .
alvn each side or the .'V/4 '' f.rl Ja. PIECES Kerseys 50 d.-Plain 20 do. Lineya The leading features of the
pace I n-ccived i the Conljal which ) were good IJiMlJH.K from.n injudieiou*tue.f Aln- 50 Uniled 5Ule
: ; : .pine.no miller whit name iray ennngh to 'cn.I me Having used the 0 article. I do Tn E Stage will leave' TalahUt C. Mondays.\. M., cecy..4scileirhrops7..rposw-e.' Satprtnenetin ,S bales Lowell o.n.abarr.1pDia do.,, ter will be tb*followia*: > % .
.. 1t&vebefngiventothem1adybv valuable medicine. Wednesdats, ad ,. pVlork DitordertrHIS 5 bale ... Domestic. 5 do.7-S Domestic; do 3-4 I. 'arIybslelligence J 1Mnn.
not Iiei4le:,. t i pronounce it a most Samba hire. NewIon Life., ". Ckronie Conttitvtional ,,, /"
* :' $: physician Oti,'*. or other for suoh afleclir.n of the b""I. as and arrive in jaconri" Quincv, I is combination hitherto o& do., 10 bale Negro blanket 5 case** Negro shoe,, rwu JJeperfmeot* of ihe ":",&, i. .
1I1l1a. b ;-z- 'tnedicalwnteri. The pain thus Ir.de.onflVr ;in the South, I knw no- Albany, Amcricuiand Pvn!.) on Tn-ta.1 preparation : wool bats and caps. Just received and for sale by to Domestic affair and to the Foreign rtfftQr.
we "
'm.i .itl the history of Medicine, differing enrifely bt
and tt 10 in Ob
less Thursdays, Saturdays o'clock. the r
;' will be more or S F. BURNEY. .will be
fA4 .: produced thin at .il it.M the too'I" given wilL
e &delil.
'ilallu i i. its character and operation from rarioas pulOQl
., ( Savannah. Leaving Macon onMonda
>. I .jievereacrordinglo the intensity of tim ( the cars or 2$ 1S47 10 Poeing peculiar facilities .
frigid.C4-I 5>.altorn Jones. would have part of which have been September for obtailliec iafu./
and Friday at 4 o'clock, A preparations
< .L of the disease or i it* active or it; the remainder I haic laid axide: {for u<. when I M. and>\Vtnfou. on Tuesdays.. Thxirn- at different time offered to the public. It acts specifically lion, the S. JUperte- wil be enabl led frequ

4 t uf j pauirestateatthettD. PITSare maT need if. .?!. Hllh11.a'. T.lahaj i il Hardware.BRITANNIA Communicate, exclusively IDttlhrtDCe Ibrw.
nest above djs and Saturdays. o'tlok, P. M This line upon the whole svstem, thereby bringing 0
the sanctions important character.
; :: on : W. HILLIARD.
.4 I Coffee Urns,Britannia Tea and Cof
immediate influence.
and Although
with the Central Bail Rosd.avannahAu.rusts under its direct
indicated in the tnnexrd connects II. The
;:t .. the first cervical 1 vfrtcbrx. and Rail Road to CoItn.biK. possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is en- do. Candlesticks do. Lamps. Fir I Verbatim R".rtullla PrwN&tphil
of .De ,
: tuberculardieie MillnlgevHIe ale
engraving No. l..!Me-naiie* from (iarJnrr. ..ffiiz FeuthernShield Wf5"r with brass knobs Eras Fire Dog Shove of the UnUrtS llIty SnI4J
Ears thek'1 Btnjamin lilq Ga. also! connects with ihe Line I irely harmless. >o that it cannot injure the most delicate Fender whkb tb,
Throat Ejesor ; on 'I hi : proprietor le bound
? the Head and Brain lofnrni.
Eujcuta .J/a. Chatlaluxvliie and thence constitution. When in perfect health flO era and Tongs,Blacksmith's Fellows and Tools Carpenters daily e that Md"
Limbs from Apa-
Joints accordance
f the Muscles, or ; II with the
.o? pace No. :.thd o SAVE!) BY CORDIAL, is its increase of Tool, and other Hardware of description. term rf the CO
ANOTHER LIFE feet an every tract
from Tallaha re.to produced by u! except appetite made
Tit Itchiroti.
Lure the ran the close .( at
that of the on P..4n.er g the last
i No. 3, ; space
: the session
-t .
on cfraagements
: space but when disease i is seated in Ihe frame. and Jut received and for sale by S. F. BURNEY. Congress
to ben and but will be Tlse
Jit. diva night ;
the Stomach (he spaceNo 5.that .f/7rr P. tfmilrd lum'MH' in tkrre one DW JSmale
I No 4, that ol ; on .irtn' Mil ma< e ill al
10 { ::
fast its victim along the path of life, then September 25.1S47. once all
and Macon. carrying ,
of the Liver and at the letter A.that 01 the Spleen; Jr. iiuudruff-Jcar Sir:-I lakrgrcat pleasurein spent on Ihe road between TjlUha* ce of the United Stafrs ff'CUrl"lo

.!2 l on the space No. 6. that of the Small Intestines; on tett.ing to lh. eiT
the space No. 7. that of the Kidney; can the space dial fium t.tirJ its virtues in my own Umilv. Airs.Gard.icr Iipaid to ihe'ccaifort of those who nay patronize' greatly enluf! d cl re-e-lhe Pf'Op1e-i. aI
diseased. LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with Harness benefit
to lb. suffering and : FINE I 0 1M .
:,. No. S, that of the Uterus; and on the space\o. 0, was I. t sunimrr m .
TRUTH is STRANGE TIIA> FICT101'f.LrrTKE 3 do. Buggies i (without topl.) and Harness, 'arumanlbip,1 Illd btd
di-a an'l eminent mijita!Still F\RE: which they have to
with Ihkl altrr
' .1. that of the T tle.. &c. 21 01 P ever looked with
4. ,;? It u no matter whetber tenJerne boa found in one had bert !afRid in its efT. to remove (he disea in the chart J. R. FORTUNE.
. .t A whether one or m" rc c.the organs or relief and apprel.eiisiins 10 fell by S5 ; to : and to Miron 822. ing certificate is only another great Sept.lS.lSl7. 9 ne Pr.ceedin .
or more plarej Cud
% '. 1 under the al.rJ ban b WRIGHT & ProrrictorsB .f testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and ; Ih'-I,. tI tAe B.
the ruralhe cess that i.e would survive ( fReprescnfajes
v diseased not un. S.WYEr.
limtH be as will
or 1.Icr. Rifles and Shot-Guns. also be
bs convinced. What it has dune once it will do given wnJa
and all of the VAKX. Vent.O f.IIM1t.
1' use ,( these remedies proceeds in one dor.tha intei.>* ago.iy m which she was laboring. impartiality, and the atlDOft
4 diseased, organs and limbs at the same time. To determine I had recourse to\c.u;innluJLte Cordial. and before ( Oflire at the Planter's. Hotel. Tallahassw-C. again. ASSORTED qualities sizes and price *.just re. day'. record will made PI'lIIplihad. Each

4 4 i the necessity of these remedies it is only she had taken one ..IJt cf it, relief was otaine.! E.h.M LEY, Agent ; at MI'I j N.THANS.,in Quiacy.July CHAm.rsTOW.H, Mass., Sept. 23d, 1S4G. for sale by S. F. BURNEY. inthe lrlf'r"stt& ap, IDClapp"t

: necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia in laud alter taking two was entiiely I Ceel.ure 17. .17. .'>'! This; may certify that mv son, now aged seventeen September .. 1847. 10 IV. .1 E'tU/plka/' nD.f fA

. V.. any or the inlerrcrtebral spaces on either side of the that I am i.ieted! to \\for her c'ue.. You can UM .--Notfce.SIX has been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous TJ Jatt.1 all lite Stat Legiilaie PrHtftlClII. will

.I spine. These remedies invariably cure every casein this as iou way see pr"ptr.Eufauh humor. At the age of seven years h*had the measles Willow and Wooden Ware. larl.v given. Member,of C-rr" and all be .

.' the first stages of the disease and a great majority ,July 13, IMC. BENJ. GARDNER. months after dte! I
those in the l Int.including tubcrcala oowimption .ld"Id! rs tn th- ( e of Probate,' in in a most singular way covering his body X bound Pails well Buckets Sugar Boilers Scrub or Domestic Legislation !.all.tnnatinny ia.

. (._ : arid white swellings. Incipient consumption i is frequently STorms! Worms! Wormi and for the Count <.f Jd r.on. and apply for a discharge from his head tu his feet with small tumor I con- Brooms. Hearth Brushes, fee.,&:, a general assort United States eection.fiftH

4 : detected by thess mptoms even before the SPECIFIC i is safe \dmini.tnl! r Jf lvi. non' cf the estate ulted: a Doctor ot Medicine, and he examined him rnent,just received and for sale V. Early r'tl/i&t1Ict.f aUimHWtmd.
WORM a byS.
. ;. rough commence. There is no other remedy fur DR. WOODRUFFS Woims. it. As of Everett White late of said County,decease!. three days in succession end not understanding his F. BURNEY. in the Legislature of Great fn/ain and
, ; ,. the disease is well known to every I.b ',id..n. The etfx-ient remedy for the Try T. EEATTY.Mor.ticflU. 'u .adrist"c1 me consult Dr.R. u.of New York September 25, 18-11. 10 wiU communicated! by every steaaer frta. *,

'i4 *' 4 rem-dies are perfectly safe for persons of all ages and good as the best ai.d ai cheap a cheapest.CERTIFICATES. ., July 3, ISJ7.: 50 Cm I then being a resident of that city. After a long Ihrcagli reporters in London sod Paris who Europe,

. < .' conditions, and require no change of diet except IbatH Woodrufl's In and critical examination having more than thirty Leon Male and Female Academy, peculiar facilities for obtaining ioformatMva. ro-n.
:; *' oJ a greater sormlv: of <. For sale by I certify that I pave Dr. Specific a M. D. PAPY other medical gentlemen with him at the same time TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. VI. The General
#: I child of niinc, and in a short lime it bronzhl awav 2()0woim it JTeiuof Day will\\ be ftm
H. The
MILE3NA he pro.\OUQC'N Scrofula or King's Evil.
in a condensed form, with
.. JO industry ami
: .. At the Post OSce! Tallahassee Fa. Cour 1 =f.rl. SIPfFIusoe @m W9. child was then prescribed for,and commenced taking exercises of this institution will be resumed Such i is a brief view of what the United attention.
: ; Mav MS 17, 41 *a 1' W ILL.Practice i:all the Courtn; li! MiJJJe nt JIcal drug from that time. He grew worse until THE Ihe first Monday! in October. Reporter"i designed 10 Wo. All the plans Rates
!: Circuit. Vice the the Juie; of 1S17, and then his bones became affected inconsequence aj arrangements -
on of Capitol. M- Principal ol the Lave been well
I d? certify that T ad"ini"lu !. a rncrs.her' or( I fr1 tor Rev. malurM.aad Ihe kca,u
Cy South win ( the of the that had been given him.A .
rc-ora formerly by mercury confidently cherished that
family Pr. W wilt & of the Territory piece of bone came away from bis under-jaw in of th. Fecal itself
'rerv indo-Hrico
.H and ii another it ore Mrs ELIZA A. NEIL. Principal prove an energetic .
worms : csr. urfJ oj dimlSea aad
: 15. I ISJ">. the first place, as large as an English walnut a piece
iuYmbr 1 School. perfectly independent journal. H will
II Hit ni-ero women cl f Trli.,cr Tape Worm."WLartiille.Ca. have ne
from his forehead 23 largess a sixpence. and a piece rut
. ; associated with them ; bias.
J IS4C. JOHN J. LITTLE. JOHN LILSINE, The Principals views-no political The proprietor, bv tW
the of his head. It then went to
from near crown
' Mr. JOHN B. GALBRAITH Assistant Teacher terms of his contract with tbe Senate I
't' ATTORNEY A l' LAW the back and side, and discharged in three places. o1ib.t.j.j
Teacher of the French Stale is bound the
I that I rave Dr. WoodrnR's! Specific to a Col JOHN B. DECORCE lo mutiticn that "the MJ.P
tftir From thence to one of bi.1imM. separating in consequence
nho i bad 'th. ll drought FlorIda Lanluag, and shall contain no political; discussions;
wn the
; : it "fa awayimcr.edutelv QulttJ. except de-
\ GREAT ARRIVAL! ii Tie boy soon recovered atend ,' Ccurt of Gadsden of the ulceration the muscles and cord Mrs. H. H/BROWN.Teacher of Music. bates." It will be a vehicle of I'taWf-Oof the

SO Bushels, or 25.OOO Boxes of his health" \11. THOMAS BOYD. WILL the Circuit: Court Middle Florida, from the bones ol the ankle joint on the back part.I .- In these Schools will be taught the usual branchesof gan of any set of opinion The grand aim ef tfe er-(
and the Court in the Counties of !, had at one time fifteen running sores or i i'cues Mathematical,and F.n 1isb education. subscriber is to establish
Cowcta County, Ga 1S47. adjacent Grgia. a ,at tie Seat of Goveranear
? e: Dr. Gordon's Family Pills Jalur. from the glans of the throat and those place I have Latin French and Music faithful *
:.. Novembers, IS:5. 1$ tf In the Female School a prcmpl reporter cf all sort of inlelli

, : rpHE vast and increasing demand (or this new and $5- For sale Hy Lewis i A. .\rr.ft. Sole Agents, Tal. ((0- Sentinel c
JL celebrated medicine and the numerous lahas+'>e; also bj the I.illowins! prr-ton: R. Man- live teachers. the business man, the manufacturer the nwkaaic

.t). .. cures justly they are daily effecting, in all portions of the nina Leon. C"oi.: James H. Beard, PM MiccosooVie. t 9DEALIRI settled three ofthe in one other.ol his hips Being which under Medical swelled as treatment large as Should the number of pupils increase sufficientlyto and ever one interested in Ihe affairs of CctursJ

, of Leon S V. Miccosookie justify it. further competent additional assistancewill and the Government rely at -all l lime, -
country where they have been introduced, Dyspepsia County ; Barney, ; l: they him laudanum until be lost his reason. may wilk tn.fhcit .
p. Liver Complaints. and Billions Diseasw, Samuel Pnl fon. DrUft"t. Mor.T: ello; James Hine, MEDICINES PAINTS OIL gave and Thomsonian. be procured. confiderice.
4g' DRUGS. Then I became alarmed sent for a
Gad-wl-n! I). Baker Terms Ac., as usual. It is believed that the establishment
, with their well known attendants. Sick Headache Qoincy : JrMt.ua Oyit! ( County ; His medicine helped hi* hip and revered his reason. of suck a r.-
I P. M Challahoochie ad Wn. Merchant Toilet Articles. Pfrfomerj, If., Window Glass Tallahassee September IS, 1S47. 9 Ct liable journal tnlelKtrenee terms
'O .' &.c..has induced the undersigned to make arrangements PO'es. Thus third time he was attacked with this fever in on which place
.. r to receive his stock direct from the pioprietor Marianna.A PAIXTCR41 BRUSHES: AND COLORS, I'4 12, when I'earing: of Dr. Sands Sarsaparilla. and New Flour. it within the reach of the great masses of the people
and would to their DUmM'Ou.cu.tomM'lf.t they ru l J.I. 147. 4 at the commencement t>(what premises to be am.t
. r say Anolhcrarirs Glass Ware, Ac. being perfectly satisfied thai all other medicines had
.: pr..pared-to them wbolesile and retail at BARRELS and 20 half Barrels. interesting and eventful period in the history
are supply I and six bottle
failed of effecting a cure, sent procured
I Polka IE above and for sale the 50
i hand at
1" constantly on of Congris';onal prcceedinir will be
Just received and for sale by regarded with
New Yotk Slpper.
,1 prices. 1. *. and by the time he had takea it all I consideredhim
THOMAS M. TURNER Savannah. LAD_ te Polka sipp.s. I.di.s' Kid Ties lowest prices. xvell. Those places healed-he btrcame bright Sept. IS, 15-17. 9 LLOYD & }FLAGO. favor by all classes of the community ; and.bavis

stock of tbe excellent Pills just received n's Shoes, thus stated his object, the subscriber respectfully
A e
large rteM and lively-color caiue to face and lips-from
We have received late additional
. and (lor sale at 2$cents ret box.with full direction from New Orleans ami for aile bvKIRCHETT by large that time till the Fall of 1S4, his complaints never Fresh Groceries. solicit a liberal sod general support frim tile ealiglbened -
i of rruiMrditintt Chemical
supplies 0.1 public cf the United
by LEWIS&AMES, MILES NASH,and EDWARD &LINDENBERGER. troubled him. At that lime he became deaf which HERRINGS Shad Mackerel Slate
ethvr with most cf the remedies,
to popular patent JAMES
BARNARD, TahhabaaeeeFa.andon enquiry will Auzu't "S IS 17. continued until last March when bis right eye became SCALED and Water Crackers, A. hOUSTON
render atsottmtnt Ihe} largest and most varied
our Stenographer to the Senate
be found in all the towns and villages in the South affected from that to the left the and P. R. of tke U. f.
; eve.covering Crushed, Powdered Loaf Sqyre.Linseed .
For Sale. the State. of "hithH ofiar at the lowest cash &> Tfc* United Stale Reporter" will be
and West. I : of the thAt hs in Whale and Oil priaUed
_ ices. sight eye so was a great measure Sperm ,
, May 6, IS 17. 43! CmTHE well-known and fertile tract of Land in Co. pI deprived of sight. Currants and Smyrna Raisins, <>n a tare and handsome sheet and issued every
County, E "t Florida known .Charles' : .AMF Knowing that Sands* Sarsaparilla was the only Stewart's Double Refined Syrup, morning. except Sundays_at the rate ol $6 per a*

$ Ferry containing: 0"1 hundred acres f>f land cleared Pelere1 Vegetable Pills medicine that bad ever done him any good I appliedto do. Candies, DUB.IB connection with
and at this time in a fine state for cultivation, with Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston for more. He Pickles &,Just received and for iale& issued the the daily paper there will ke

: all lh nere'sary building* for the comfort .f the Truth i. m1ihty. land In this came hasPETF.RS has taken fifteen dollars worth which has removedthe Sept.-lS. 1S47. 9 LLOYD & FLAGQ. Irom same establishment

snch! a Dwelling loue. Kitchen Meat I humor from his eyes and hearing and he now THE MIRROR OF CONGRESS.

House Store Room, with all thtr buildings for th PILLS hare from the first been a favorite appears to be cured. ai.d radically so. I verily believe Fall and Winter Goods. TAii p-oblicition will contain exclusively tbe B.

use of negro h.au.es. ."lfl.ln Stable and in the South, but BOW their consumption alt this latter trouble might have been avoidedif TUST RECEIVED from New York by Brig Henry ports of the Proceedings and Debates of the Coorrea

1.. and a good ferry FUt. ( I will stll low for is confined to a sectiea. In the North the i I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla J Buck, a large assortment of of the United States. It will be issued semi-weekjy.

success of tbes Pills; in caring in a few cash. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to Et. and the West,a* well a beyond tie p.'oma: when he was under its influence the first time. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. in an elegant quarto-fora,throughout the seistoM of
, I where all othe remedies have failed and call and examine for themselte rope. and the West In. These are the simple statements of the facts of theca Congress, and will be furnished to subscriber attIc

.: |U.', t.-*, mf .....lw -4 .:,'._n IMwdllMlanding U ."J'r. c'.aRI.F do l, they Alia.ID4i an Th demandfor .., and I feel it my duty to make those facts known Groceries Hardware I I Wood and Willow War, rate of Ttco Dollar for the Ions session,and One
I : -warrants the assertion that if taken according Columbus, Fa., August 21 1.ISn. o them has n parallel in the af'nUI of medicine, to the public for the benefit of those who may be Rope and Bagging, I Nails and Iron. Dollar forjtne short.;00. H believed thai tkis

1 o to the directions, they are a certain core.- and it may be said of their advocates afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the Boot. aDd Shoe, | Sugar Boilers &c. Ac. Teat national work will be deemed indispensable!

: A long list of certificates in proof of their infallibility Bar and Billiard Room. .The cry i'illihey come !" cure has been effected solely from tbe effect of this For ale by Ibe library of every public institution politiri a.afi4

I might be added but those upon the directionsare MONTICELLO FLORIDA. In all diseases of the stomach, tbe abdominal ,i.- invaluable medicine. Spt. 1S.1S47. 9 LLOYD & FLAGG. professional nan' throughout the country ; and that

deemed suftici nt. Try them and be convinced underkizued rctpcctfo'.lj infurir.s his friends cere, the liveror the system generally, their alternative HANNAH. BECK, 228 Main sL i Blankets. it will be regarded by the great maw of the pevple

: that they are the most effeelualan4 certain and the TIE the public that he has opened a BAR AND and tonic properties acting upon the constitu. Suffolk.u. Button October h3. 1S4G.-Then personally as the very best political text bock for their own ia>

4 .: very best remedy ever offered to toe public to insure BILLIARD ROOM in Moi.ticcllo. on West side enl properties of the blood. will produce an i mine- appeared the above named Hannah W. Beck. I 400 NEGRO BLANKETS. truction and that of their children.

-. a permanent and lasting cure. U the public square for their lb and diate change, and eventually perform a radical cure. and made solemn oath that tbe above certificate by 50 pair bed Blanket, (assorted ) .

Ba A.GGS STORE: Lovrde Co., Ala.,> I solicits their patronage His atcommoalion. is TF.STUIONIALS her subscribed, and statements therein contained Just in store and for sale by IMPORTANT ANSO CDfDT.

' April 29. I 945. S Extract e.1 l a cf Philadel art true. Before me, Sep. 19, 18-11. 9 LLOYD & FLAGQ.
one of the m L Dr. G. K. Tyltr:-Dear Sir:-This may certify I order. His BAR i i. paltln.) beat Wine, Liquor phiadated February 3.1S40 1 ( :-"Your Pills are the JAMES: RICE. Justice of the Peace. Boots and Shoes. be issued from the office ef the. United States Be. I

., that after using many preparation for the cure of nnd Ciar, ; also a variety of CONFECTIONARY. mildest in Ibeir operations and yet most powerful in For further particulars and conclusive evidence of porter." containing the reports of all such Debate I

;, Chills and Fever,and expending some furty..vedol- His room will opened at all hours, their eflects of any that I have ever met with in a its inferior value and efficacy, nee pamphlets which 25 CASES RUSSET BROGANS as mat poues* peculiarly exciting In'eresf.!

r : lars i io physicians bills,without any benefit I procured day and evening; and, by.trid attention to business practice of eight and twenty Iers Their action on way be obtained of Agents,gratis. ScisesKip do. All subscriptions aed communications .
a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Ague Pills,at ; and a desire to please, he hopes to tire general satisfaction the cbIe, and hence on the impurities of the blood, Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS Drug. 2 cases French Calf Boot, >aid,and addressed to be post-

one dollar wbic cured me effectually, after I had to hia customers. Call and see him. isevidentlv very surprising. isli. 100 Fulton street. corner of William.N.Y. 1 case Water proof do JAMES A.
C ; suffered distressing and unpleasant! complaint B. BARRINGTON. Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, r.| Quebec Sold also by LEWIS A Ml-.q.TaUahJ. .S: nTH 100 pair ladies French Kid Slippers, United States HOUSTON

,I : for twelve months. I have known them used Monticello, May J, I&47.g 41 L. C. March 6. 1341 :-" For billious fever, Jt CATLIN. Pensacola F. B.WHITING.St. Marks. Gents i. ladies Calf Shoes July 3J. *>47. Reporter Waskicrton.10 : ,D.C.

4! 1 in thirty cases and not a single box ha.failed. I believe ) sick headache, for pidity of the bw.l. and *n- and by Druggists generally throughout the United Ladies Walking Shoes and Gaiter., :,- All
throughout the
1. them to be the very beet and mot safe and certain Notice. argement of Ihe spleen Dr.) P.ter*' Pi. a excellenl States. Just received and for sale byScp. who publish newspaper this United State

i cure(a ague awt fever that can be turd and unequalled months after date undersigned, Executer medicine." Price. SI per bottle. Six bottles fcr $5. IS. 1S47. 9 LLOYD Jt FLAGG. date till the meeting prospectus of once a week from Ibis
CongreM will l
> entitled
t' u a tonic restorative in all debilitated conditions SIX( the last will an Ifamnt of Benjamin For tale by LEWIS AMES MILES !. (t.- The public are respectfully requested to remember of the Supreme Court exchange with the"United5rirh 10an

: of the \,tein. E. MYERS. Chaires dWeavd, late (.1 L on County will presenthis EDWARD BARNARD. that it is Sands Sarsaparilla that has been Reports be on the list of those Reporf.r"ar4will
b Price $1 per box, with full directions. For sale acti>unts and vouchers tu the Hen* Judge ef Pro. May 9,1S47. 43 6m. and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of NOS. 1 aod 2, completing vol. 1. are now rf'aliy. will placed be despatehed.hIraDQtsTERsQd. to whom the Extras -

h f at Tallahasve, Ha. by LEWIS &, AMES, MILE bate ot Leon County and make application for letters the most difficult class of disease to which the human may be had at the Book Store of P.A.Hay-

. : be fo in all the towns and villages South and JOSEPH CHAIRES, Executor.L OF KENTUCKY. and take no other. for the year 1846 and '7, and form a volume t>f neat QUINCY.September 22. J *7. (
December 12. 1S46. 20 1* 550 octavo Price $2 50 No.-eoiA.September .
Wel. April H47. pages. per
I on County. 3. 378m jlE subscriber,as tat resident agent cf the said ICNEBAL ORDIBS, No. 4.
8 1S47. 43 Cm 8
May 11,1S47.
:.. Notice. L I iDstitution.orTersftirsale.fn tracts, and upon W. 8. iQ UL W O ii THE Colonels commanding the several Regiments
'"I'I suit purchasers about Four Thousand Acresof NEW BOOKS. Battalions, composing the 2d Brigade F..
New Orleans Type Fomd SIX months after date the undeuigf'd.dminis.. LAND, situated' io thetounly of Jackson. in the Attorney at Law, M., will cause (heir respective command to be a-

. e AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING of Daniel N Cone State of Florida. Also, the Right tt Locale, lo a Jontlcell", Jeffenoi County, Florida, TUST received per Brig Ann Eliza from New York embled at the following times and place for drill,

. t 1 .V 17, Canal street Raw. Inmhia County, East Florida will present .bi, fna limited elen!. Circuit J th. following new works: review, and inspection :
. leave Pub- account and mockers to the Judge of or The above lands were selected at an early date,by VXTJLL attend the Courts the MiddleV Prescott' Conquest of Mexico 3d volume, The 2d Regimen! of Cavalry at Tallahassee,oa
to to
ii. :' undersigned beg announce v Circuit and of th* County of Columbia of the II of Peru. 2d M
THE Columbia ask for .
Countyand a an and believed Friday and Saturday.12th arid 13lh
experienced November
,1i.charle.WILLAM are next.
1' and Printers, that they have establisheda jud. b amongst Eastern Circuit Fhrida.
Note the North West
on Territory
Adm'r.Blount's the finest in IL. Tbe 2d Battalion 8th
I and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this F. Regiment f. at Jasper.Moo
a complete Monticello. 22,1346f
Ferry. F, ., : 1S47. 6m August 'a on the Parable.,
city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to I, C. H. DUPONT day and Tuesday 1st and 2d November next.
.4gent / D. D. A. .1 ry. Lardner's Lectures,two" l.lIowiU" The 1st Battalion 6lh Regiment at Madison C.
order by workmen of long and, no Notice. Law No.hre.BROCKESBROUGH .
I velum
upriene. Hones of the Poets.two ,
Quincy Jun 12 '. Hon Thursday and 4th
I expense was spared to me.t faces i J8- IGrocerlea. I Friday and 5th Nor. next-
: < months aft'r date, the acting Executor of TIe Oration of Horace by Headly, The 7th
at Monticello
and to perfect it in respect,we venture to SIX lh & MAXWELL. I on Monday and
r every and Headly 2 vols.
Arthur Washington Jus General's by ,
will and testament of ., I Tuesday.Sth and 9th November cnt.I .
will be found
if handsomest
it the
I J .' say in the United.States.handsome We have lot also a deceased, \i make application to the Hon. Judgeof JUS received from New York the following .rd Men \\omen and Books by Leigh Hunt,2 row.Tupptr' I The Cth Regiment at Tallahassee, on Friday and
very lo wit : II BROCKENBROUGH will return to FTo- Proverbial Philosophy.
{ Probate for letters of dismission 12th and 13th
County November
o WM Saturday next.
. handsome assortment of Flower and] Job Letter of LOI
: Rio and CofTe in time to attend all the Courts of the
: Excciitnr of Laguira Life of Mrs. Godolphin.Lempriere' .
: Battalion
I, laid Independent attached to the 6h
latest which would
the style to ws call the attention -
. Sperm Candle, Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties Classical Dictionary,
.. July 17, 1S17. 52 Cm Regiment, composed of Ihe militia Wakulla
of Printers before All couny -
purchasing elswhere. Crushed in West Florida I.
and Loaf Sugar B. JL M. will also attend the Ambon'
? articles manufactured by us shall be of a material t at Newport on Mocday and Tuesday J5th and
. Notice. Pearl Starch, Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be Cooper Virgil 6th November next. .
equal, if nut superior, to any manufactured at Lbs. months after the Administrator of the Superior Mustard, devoted exclusively to the legal pr ft..iDn. and Play fair'. Euc:1id.aothon's The 5th Regiment at
( Qoincy and
I! North; and as we shall Hl T>pe at New York prices SIX Jte. Lemon and claims the United on Thursday
( the
Raspberry against States or attentive Annabasis,
. of Ki'patrick will Srup. Friday ISIb and 19lh November next.
trust to meet
tle :
we deceaf.
t encouragement.
r. \ We are now prepared manufacture present his accounts and vouchers to Strawberry, and Ginger prosecution ol which arrangement have been made Rowan's French Reader A. K. ALLISON.

and TYPE of magnitude,with BRAS WeS Jtideof Probate of Jefferson County, and ask to be Chewing Tobacco in Washington. Zumpt's Latin Grammar Brig. Gen. Cora. 2d Brig. 1st Diy.,F. M.
J; any promptness. discharged Administrator of said estate. Rifle Powder &c., Ac., for sale byALntE March 13, 1S47. 34 Andrew's and Stoddard' Latin Grammar.Surenfte' W. BARTLETT
would also particularly call the attention of Printers a HOC. Adjutant
( to LEADS entire new set of July 17, lS47. 52 6m E .French Pronouncing Dictionary October. l-n. 11
t Laving a October
O 16. 184' 13 Notice. Greek Testament.
r by which we are enabled to famish a perfect
I tir; molds .. We are also Agents (or the sale of Lbs DR. J. REESE'S To Sugar Makers. SIX months after date I shall present my account Miniature Lexicon, NEW FAHtYJOODS
Scott' Infastry Tactics, three vlume. .
vouchers tv the lion. A. McDonald
Washington and Smith PRESSES which Judge
: together Napier with Chases,Cases,ComposingSticks,Furniture LIVER &DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE SUGAR COOLERS, DIPPERS SKIMMERS, and of Probate in and for Ihe County of Madison, and The Sacred Harp
S. F.
Sugar Cooler for can The Odeon. Mercer' Cluster BURNEY
t sugar for .
Ink, and every other article reqnired in the feeble constitutions and those of Drippr. apply a discharge a* Administrator of the estateof
Printing business,will b. kept on hand,and furnished P denlary )habits.-areoften with habitual se- be Tin Manufactory. They are used to John Richardson,late of said County.drcea.ed.S. Baptist Harmony Zion's Songster. HAS just received per Brig Henry Buck and it
; its Alsn Skimmers and
Iroblr prevent burning. Dippers,
at manufacturer's prices. B. RICHARDSON. LAW BOOKS: ordering for sale a general assortments '
cotiteai, which ellen a unfavorable
very Drainers. The Drainers
mad different from
., L Editors and Printer wishing to establish a News influence upon their geuerai:h.ealthwbich is particular IhO: of last season. Those are on hand are so mad Madison County. May 15, 1847. 43 Cm Holcomb' Leading.Cases upon Commercial Law, Fancy Goods consisting in part of

paper o Job Printing Office will b furnished with !) uunilf ttd r-y irregularity not total loss of they can be drawn the sugar i is Milled. Notice. SmXfcs Mercantile Law. Superior blk French SatinItalian;, printed Caitmer

. .. as estimate i,detail for I he lme.by stating the size aj'peiite. In this condition of the "nlea. this article tha shall,alsu. have ale Copper ready for NOVELS: Rich Frular Silks } Shawls.
'.( the the style and quantity e-f I Dippers months after date I shall final ac- Rich plaid Ombre SJJks.f Rich Clot)
I. ': : paper,or particular i i. ton1dl'nl) rtomaendr with the usur.nc the sugar season, and beg our customers to call and SIX present my St. Giles and St. James, complete { .m d French
. : work to b executed. I that, if .. properly adjusted! sc not to examine them.Auguat2lhg47.. and vouchers the Hon. Judge of Probate Mosaic plaid Silk. < Twilled Shawls,
p :. 09 proprietors of ncw.part'f who ,.i publish move the bowels too actively relief ma; be a relied in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a The Mock's Revenge, Tarlton Silk Cashmere J Black Cashmere Shawl;

. this advertisement six months,and fnd paper upon without any or even the least unpleasant cunsequtnces discharge as Administrator of the estate of Abram Piquille Alliiga tinted Barege, (Rich figured bonnet Rib
,p. Mill be for the advertisement Grant ham, late of aid ,deceased. Russell, by James. Plaid Cashmeres
4 to our weekly, paid I !revolting from the use of common purgative Brown Goods. county > bons
2 parli.Josepb .
The Inheritance
- .1. b* purchasing aix: times. the amount of advertising I nedicinrj usually resorlid 10.I 1A COTTON OSNABURGS, WILLIAM GORMAN. Rosbbrook Wood Leighten. Rich em'd Victoria robe, Inside 4. e-utside Flowen.

.; .. ; bin in Tp. I Persons subJ.' lo Bilious Cbolic may rely on th. 1\J BALE. Brown Drilling Monticello. September 18. 1547. 0 6m Cleatland Tancred, Rich needier orbd Cbem.2d Mourning plaid Ging-

GREEN A CO. : preventive rrolorli| ,of tli.medicinc b) using it on 5 do. 3 Sirling. The of Gwynne 2 rols, izelte*. 1 hams,
, Jane 20. Is 17. ( &n 17 Cans St. Row. the first intimation of an approaching at tack. There 2 do. 4- Negro Kerseys. Ellen Knight Munroe 3 volume, Mourning Collars, .Do. do.Cashmeres

are some constitutions liahie; to regular attack ofBillitia U do. 5-4 Sheetings 10 1 CASES KERSEYS 2 do Linseys, Dombey and Daughter, Kitty' Rclatisns, Lisle Headdresses, Rich Paris striped do-

.: Boot and Shoe Making. Fever almost eiery fall ; to such of 3 do. Sod ley Shirting. Just received and for sale by The youth of Shakspeare, Silk Fringj. Satin stripe bilL Barer*. .

rlFuf! rfigned,having purchased the his I medicine is r comm &dc. beginning to use i Just received and for sale by Sep. 18, S8.t'7. 9 LLOYD & FLAGO. Shakspeare and his .Friends Ladies'. beaver kid Cloves.; Crape de Lied

I. ; ; stock and roateiials of Lu ACS b t*, llu.iniiUle of May or frt _Sept. IS. 1847. 0 LLOYD FLAGO. The Secret Passion, Lawyer' Daughter. xing white Polka Glove, 'Embroidered Canton

.REHFL.hn: is abulleninl(he Sale, These whO ttigeeiive orgai* ate feeble often expcricnte Coffee. Also Ihe following: Zephjr Royal and \ ctoCr pe Shawls,
,. a sense of fullness, weight i and orpresivnabut State of ria Hoods, Veisets,
1 J respectlully iftvrms bil ritn. Foda BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE Past and Present by Carlyle vols.
1t public that be u.at I'r-.nl at the .land. where the stom3chafler 'i find this m di-i.I JcrxKtox CIRCUIT Co aT.-IJ .Jcra1. 20 50 do. Rio do. Six Lectures on the uae of the Lunge, Plaid Wool and Napier Satin Amazon Cashmere

,. he it prepared* to rxrcu'e all work ID his line with I c"t afTfird almost immediate William: Bailey,Adin'r. fe**nis fM of l- 23 do. Laguira d y. A Treatise on Milch Cows by John S. Skinner, Shawls : Paris Si Ik Brocade.

promptnessanddcspatch. hlebasonhiandihefinestof L"i *- near their confinement oftei suffer from lamy, deceased, Complainant.vi. Just received and for nIt by- Tb*. Boys' Summer Book, and an assortment of Ombre Stradilla Shawls, Spotted and figured Barcgf -

t. calf skins, and all soils of nutmals, ,and will heartburn aW eni'enf: to such this article is : Sept. IS, 1847. 9 LLOYD; FLAGG.DB. Hank Books just received and for sale by Embroidered Shawls) : .
,1ift; make at short notice, and in he beg manner, GEN. highly rL.rmrnd-'t it can be used without the Ransom J. Roberte.. .1., ,Itrld.. P. A. HAYWARD. 2d! mourning clot Shawl*.; ilk tissue Gin h.IDI,

,. TLEMEN'S T ANDSLIOF.Sot' every descrip- lea rianurr,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous TT appearing to the satisfaction of by af- C', II. BUNTING, 9 Do. embroiJered; do. Large Red Blankets.
lion. roote. ,and therwi.repaired 10 it i* invaluableThis -. .fidavil made in this cause,that RusAnJ. Roberts, SURGEON DENTIST Plaid Merino Shawls, Carpetliog and Bop,

4 ftI good B. re. onahle charge. lie war. article wi b found to ret I a* a pie cant cordial Elijah Roberts and David Emanuel, defeidanti, reside Boots and Shoes. Bonnets Black Silk Lace. Steel Bead*. Clrr>
iiL' rant bit an equal to any dune in and rt-yroring the appetite, and at the out of the State of Florida, and that France HAVING permanently located in Quine'',Florida, I Slide and Tassels Fancy colored Alpaca. plaift! '.54fleured

-gjj and 10 give a*lo.b satisfaction as to fitting pte.any same time fu1th1ingevery ;intention that the common Williams, Administratrix of William H. Williams, tenders hi* service to the publicin RNVSsupercalf Boots,Gent'* fine pat.Bootees I Ladies and Children'* Shoe of all tjl'fj

xiI other workman.t gO. puriratives arc inlene to efi>ct. U purely tffrlallf -- deceased ride I in the Eastern Circuit ef Florida: the various branches of his profession. From his UT do. r>at. leather Shoes, Gent's calf Brogans andGailen : win. numerous other article*-Ibe whole eocstit'ting

4 JOHN and!, according lo the directions, R is That said.Ranscm J. Roberts, Elija experience and success in practice he feels assured Men' kip Brogan*-received from New Or. a viry choice and extensive assortment

., 6. lQ41> 43 tfN. LECH.M. w-illb,found an valuable atticeeepesially to those UJ"rt! Cmanoel do appear of being able to please those who may patronile him. :leans by the Scbr.Tallahassee and for sale very )low Tallahassee September 23. 1847. 10 _

1 1iI aflliUed with | Derangement cf (he I.ier. months,and Mid France Williams,Adat'x.as afore Dr. B. refers the public to by BlRCHETT It UNDENBERGER.
.N HI. HIAHTI.T or General fYlep.il. aid. within two months from tbe date of the pub. Col. W. T. STOCKTOW Dr. J.M. W. DATIDSXIJT August 28. 184'7. <8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an applica it.Id* .

aid Forwarding Bmhant Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin, lik* county ication; of this! order, and sheer cause why this suit Gen. C. H. DCWHT, Dr. B.'Eo LITTLE. Notice.ALL be made to the Legislature at
,. Cnl.1 Georgia and for sale by appointment, should not be revived, and answer ib* original bill Office opposite the M: E. Church. Ladies wailed session for the passage of an act lo inwpenf.
log Pord, street E. BARNARD Jr'..,-a filed i* thiCM**, otherwise a decree reviving the on at their resideice at usual. peraon."indebted to the estate or Thomas J. Bank to be called The Bank-of Middle FlWAugust2lIs.vl.

w nrW.ORLEANf.I.A. Drug SoeTaUaa am* will BM,and tb*original bill be taken (or con. September I I. 18(7a. 8 ,deceased ae hereby notified to mike S' _

q fLftO. REEIVING. F0!- DANIEL' feed. .Ifill bfttr&er Ordered, nil eSpy of imaliaJe payment; and all those having demand
Bagging Rope. will present their accounts,properly attested to tbe
L promptness. Monlicello.Qoincy this order N P bli4Be4rnooeDwsp .r printed in
1! ,. Iltc aor.. toJ the Middle Ctrctjit, of Florida *o
... W. AKOTLK, LsnAss&BA1IY, : I HAT5DY BRYAN ,(SfttiTHOMAS.BALTZELU for tale on reasonable term by JAMES T. ARCHER and the surregaduig eousrrj-

A. BMTWICX. $. K. 4est f Trviou .1.dge. BlRCHETT fc LINDENBERGER.Augutt Agent for,Mtrnret- Butler Administratrix.. Office at Col.Fisher Hole). '

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