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Fond Du Lac Whig, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1846, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin THE FOND LAC WHIG J M EDITOR AND FOND DU WISCONSIN THURSDAY DEC 24 1846 THE FOND DU LAC WHIG 1 PAT FOND pu LAC Wia per annum if SCOTT ON THE WAY TO MEXICO Correspondence of the Globe WASHINGTON D C Nov 24 1846 Gen Scott with all his staff left here OF THE STEAMER by train u Advertisement inserted 1 the usual rates It was given out is going to New York or not he is going to to and thence io me of the if he can get peace arrests bis i A few President and War Yoi T atrip to the Of every description executed with ness and despatch nt this office FULLER at Sive Secretary senior the to consult L nf with him and recei OI vi Fond du Lac W LYMAN BISHOP corner ol kept constantly door Work A P G N LYM AN u in Fancy ami Staple Groceries Crockery Hardware n Nails Provisions Stoves of Tin Sheet Iron and Copper iv SONS of operations Eesof the re accepted and FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS The Caledonia arrived al Boston on Saturday morning al 7 o'clock 15 days and 1C hours from Liverpool whence she sailed on the UHh of Nov Our latest advices by this arrival ara to the 19th Nov from Liverpool and the 18th from London Free Flour U S was London nl and In the Liverpool under the present Be detailed the bo was given edition in person It is understood supersede Gen Taylor though bv seniority in the same He will take all the can be spared from every quarTer take Vera Cruz and then if lor not by that time reduced San Luis Potosi will simultaneously with him at- tack place and then advance the capital may effect a Taylor at San Luis Potosi before proceeding south to Yours can W T WRIGHT A SHERMAN Fashionable opposite Lac CLARK MARVIN Boot Shoe shop Irt door of Wnght A Sherman i HILLER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and fa Chancery TJ n p A L WILLIAMS Attorney at Law Office at Badger Hotel Oct Attorney nnd Counsellor at Law Fond di Lac W CUNNINGHAM 151 East Water Street kee T me he formed of the immense wheat barley butter now forward to New York when we state are at ibis tim employed in the towing business borne pi these steamers take in tow from four to six of the largest class barges and about a en take and boats In addition o these facilities the boats are unprecedented quantities ol Notwithstanding flour is ting in docks and storehouses awaiting the movements of shippers We have heard the owners of vessels remark that after they arrive in New York the same difficulty is experienced in the dis- charge of freights as here They are obit ged to await for days the unloading which are to receive their Alb A 1500 mules ing to the United States that have for some time been about two miles above this city have made a regular and ing through enclosure have scattered LI U f i Uet the some sold al Ud lo per bbl Corn to per qr The duty of Wheat is per qr The grain markets both in England and on the down The money market remains about the same as at lust advices The Bank rale is 3 per cent Bullion is being Uie Kingdom is Sales small tree trade is processing Rumors dissensions prevail in England bul I hey in columns of Hostile to i lie Government The accounts which Hie took i were considered in n oil view Ibr they I nors under new he Hairs lo blates America hns receive personal from his in relation o a of Commerce nnd lo be between Zoll and North ionn Stales TliR and France relative lo rince In i vent ibr artery both ol Hie Si rails ol Dover A new article o into this country Irom have been made but 1 he demand exceeds the supply II Gov Dodge has issued Ins warrant lor the execution of Davd Bonham on l he day ol February next We regret to see Hie re- mark of Hie Milwaukee on thai sub- ject It exhibits a feeling which is lor from being creditable to editors That allowed the prisoner by sentence ol Court was unusually and shnil then ir to this slight exercise of TRACY P BINGHAM Druggist and Bookseller Fond ilu W T Lac HOUSE By E P Eston in every direction up and dov n the coast and into the swamp A gentleman who is cur informant and saw the rush says it was the most magnificent he ever witnessed as thov dashed in full speed He was unable to say was the that occasioned their fright and consequent and we omitted to enquire whether it was before or the mail ar- rived yesterday for if they had become with the election returns from nnd New Jersey they being Jersey they being might well become TilK up a it seems that ave 1 very alter for our M ith the of ihai o to ke a concise sensible u which the people require Our lolks ore not given to ex- least u our isc did not expect the Latei i- introduce the mty home utterly despise contemptible pur ued t on bya men who in to every measure R who with the pride of Lucifer in heir hear frot io be as democ atic a Lazarus 1 hose who succeed by of hove the of popular rance beneath change o nod are drifting in the of party udice for political will presently be in upon by the mass of lic intelligence public and which undermining The attempt to raise a ty machine in Wisconsin for the tion of a handful of heartless demagogues who can use it demotic guillotine to behead politically every man who to do tight has been attempted That will and the author of it will sink into merited contempt The will be ejected Its friends will be people feel fied thattuch a has been begotten at their expense The declamations the witticisms and the noisy in the ignorance of tary rules decency he little of law which characterize that body have made derision and of the whole Union things equally ab- the people a-e to he invited to tion a provision for making it of- fence to receive paper pr of ment This feature alone to kill the Constitution It will not stand for the people to knock it in the Herald Fifty four tons of poultry wera sent ton the Beaton and Providence from Rhode Island Saturday previous to thanksgiving New York and New government mules alarmed one who may undertake the attempt oi collecting them all again we think will probably see the N Bulletin ROYAL AND A La t fall Mr Henry Smith an sine miller of Lo Roy m this sen six of choicest superfine see flour at his mill in Monroe Co to Queen Victoria from which in due time he received from her Majesty the comfortable little THOUSAND Hour u as put up in highly d barrels varnished enclosed in sacks and forwarded lo at London This fortunate experiment upon the of Royalty to have suited her nicely that in addition o the ample remuneration for his first ad- he has recently received an der direct from London for three thousand barrels more the same which he has promptly Times losi of the Boston is n strong comment on Folk's r Half the of that noble boat alone would have constructed at Milwaukee a deep and broad for a ship of in 1 The demands of justice in end be as lully met while il is an acl of but the commonest merer lo allow the ale culprit lime sufficient to prepare the awful event that awaits It motive of Gov Dodge in respiting Bonham was such as the Telegraph we should be last to condemn the Our was founded upon the belief that the respite was designed In nave the wny Ibr a Such and hoe and the Cow ernor would have removed all cause had made public reasons which prompted him to interfere In ab- sence of nny however are bound lo presume the which is of ol the in hat he respite lo Bonham is to lime point of view we have no fault to find Sent iCf Boston Alias is of Mr speech The papers him to have said The natural justice of a war it is nol haps an American Inbit lo rounder il an American habit to count the cosl The Boston declares Mr sler was not correctly ami gives the following version of be iny His not habit of people nur to expenses ol a war which they and necessary bul il is Isabil nnd belongs lo their character in lit the justice ol n war in which it is proposed lo involve them The loco loco papers have seized upon HIP first report as an apology for renewed of the great Statesman Bat we er they will have the magnanimity lo the Eve look him VARIETIES A PROPER Chief Magistrate of Vermont WM of birth nnd rose by force of talent to his ted station Yet while Governor of tbe mountain empire he still continued to keep the same tavern upon the steep hill eide that lie kept for many years before One evening st wagoner drove op and accosted him Chittenden as Chief Magistrate of Vermont I vender you all due landlord Chillenden I'll thank you to turn out iny horses PROFESSOR announce that the man Diet has a resolution that florins sre to be awarded as a national nial to the Professor if experiments to be con ducted at Mainz under the of th standing Military Committee of the alien shall establish the properties and adr tages claimed for cotton over gunpowder is also reported the interests of ventor have some since been secured by a for England and its Colonies gentleman means of stales that everything aboot tbe vv and quite brisk and President Polk himself has tied up within a few days past and that bis message to will make a direct call for forty millions and fifteen sand men This he thinks will conquer a peace with Mexico This does nol look U if Cabinet expected a peace by between Mr Buchanan and e Bait EPITAPH of OLD years ago the following epitaph was inscribed on the grave of on elderly She words are wanting U say what Think what woman be she was that A day or two afterwards the following addi j the production of some wicked wag was V Herald of the I si insl suys found cul on the stone A woman should be both a wife and a But Sarah Jones was neither one nor t project of the Hards lo permit nothing but gold and silver lo be used in Wisconsin were now in force it would be impossible for people o this city to pay their lazes for the present All the specie here would be for the AN EXTRAORDINARY Louisa i West B of fifteen years of age at toivo Kentucky commuted to memory the whole New Testament in six weeks I pt the same time attending to her other duties i 11 is understood thai President Polk bas friend Here purchased the oi the in this it would be safe lo add that after j of March Nashville will bare Gax SONG OF THE DRAGOON BY LIEUT OEO W 13 S Our march ts lite the We prostrate where we pass And broader ia the trail we leave the prairie grass From to south we range the wood We sUim the plains afar We thread the break we breast the flood huzza I Our halt is where tbe prairie wolf Harks nt the grisly bear And every couch we lie upon The Buffalo must spare Break not my boys the squadron's line Down with the forest Cut with your swords the tangled vine huzza Our steeds are liko ourselves my boys Bovn for a tram strong they tramp along And yet limy heed rein let the merry bugle sound We follow freedom's slar battle or for hunting ground Onward I YORK Knit the contracts or building this road from Port 130 have been The amount of is This is levs I hau ilte Twenty-two have taken he whole job at an average of 42 rev's per fur rock 10 for earth This is too low but lie contractors ore to bo responsible men nle would the to The New papers of last names cil rni TV victims of Atlantic A morr a lost were thow of Mr of the inn of and o New Voi k and Alderman of geon Navy WPS victims who had just relumed from a vear a crime to his when Death thus suddenly Snott sailed in the pacKel thip Union for New Orleans He contemplated in in 3 weeks On his he will leu To assume the command of the on this side of the latter point and them for a forward movement to San Lim where he may form a junction with Major Gen Whitney with great wherever lie goes He has and several pr towns in Indiana Dayton and in Ohio in of which places public meet ings held and lo Ins j cl The 1 ihr of Henry flay as a ii lest v e io see Mr Chv ni the n iy other man living we deem pollution question Itl impolitic Lei us 1 wail li'l nnd then Courier The Webster dinner I 2d insl was o flair and five nn d 1500 ladies filled ilm Webster's h o is Uen o h one of rrp Si 1 1 tin the Al The ecn It would have furnished protection to our commerce which the federal constitution veto to the contrary SICKNESS IN Alabama al that more than 1000 men have di- ed on the banks of the Rio Grande The Alabama regiment alone has lost 100 men The fall season has been unusually sickly with fevers and and more have victim to disease than the sword oi the enemy in all the bottles which have been fought Yet the Northern Provinces of Mexico have been considered healthy The air is pure in the cold mountain re- gions but it is possible that on the borders of the rivers the sickness has been most vere The administration blunders in its war as well as great The last der was in misdirecting order lo Gov Briggs came lo Gov Wright and that for the latter has gone no one knows Evening Journal His that smoke still issues from the smouldering embers of the great New York fire of July 1845 hi the few lots yet unbuilt upon Gov YOUNG'S has been cd by the Tar and near health of the Governor elect is swell as lo pre- clude all hope of his ever able lo lalie the executive chair and il been even in some that he was actually dead There is no truth in nny ol these mors and we are just charitable enough io suppose that in tuo many is father to thought Gov s as good health now as al nny lime ring the last six months HP is io attend to his professional business as and we hope to see him the chair of Stale ni appointed in spite ol oi N To Ex Nero Grani colored man whose trial we noticed in our lost as in gress before the Court ol Oyer and was found guilty by the Jury of the of James Pense and WHS sentenced by the Court to be hung on the 18th day of January next During his trial Nero exhibited n id received liisspiilcnce out least apparent emotion ler of Jury occupied bul one day Judge Gray put off day the full extent of the law in order lo give the counsel for the prisoner time to make an application to the Supreme court for a new Senator of South Carolina tins resigned his seat in the U S Senate His mission he says has been bv overthrow of the Protective Tariff and his health is too much impaired to admit of his re maining in the public service special county to vacancy caused by the of John L F S Walls Whig was This increases in the Lower House lu Ps and on joint balloi loO New Dec 8 f M Gen ha who wan la ben at battle of de la and Tor Trillion has sa led from New The Gene ni I i built m Ken PH some forty or fifty open from 0 to 40 io he moved with on is he 1113 io in Mexico IOWA from Iowa I of liave Thomas BaUer ol was of lite Jesse B of Lee House John B RusseM was chosen he Henale THK Detroit says was an insurance of on the a fuel not the have appeared in Li ndon The tire of wheels consists of an elastic tubular ring of enclosed in a leather and inflated with air to any degree of desired I he motion of the carriage it ex- easy Harrisburg a loco foco paper says If the is to be still the cry it will worse than idle to the contest and we should save much trouble and expense by permitting the walk unmolested ever the course Neither rain nor sunshine could save us from another defent A London Times ef Oci 92 good authority says that ene oi the greatest capitalists in England has sent i orl an order io ibe U S- for quarters of w heat equal to barrels of This is a large order but the we ie larger JOHN learn that on in- ast Mr Adams although still i noble lo leave his room is recovering from his severe attack of vapidly as could be expected It is he will be able before the close the session of Congress to pursue hie joot ney lo and participate in the Boston Courier Mies of lic lands in Milwaukee Land ring the mondi of 311 acres in 40 acre lots and tbe LIEUT feared and tbe is highly probable thai the Lieut Nor ton of the Array lost in the terrible wrecking of Atlantic is Lieut Allen Norton of thie oily stationed at West Herald sinking of schooner Lexington in Lake the of the nit il appeart that teen being all on board lost lives Am or if the number was the wife of the captain and another lady STRAWBERRIES IN John grave us a the other day he plucked on the ult in full bloom ers can beat this we should like to bear from them Bay Advocate IHT The Boston Whig says i an gaged now in A large piece from
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