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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: May 16, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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RESOLUTION.
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enced rye would soon discover tinder its mur.
Rise,ye men!.if ye Inherit of light
From a land of noble' sires, ky.urfc a brilliant speck dazzling
Saxon blood and Saitm spirit, hu. would quickly extract the price
less giro. Hereditary wealth and ancestral
household fires !
Rise to guard your honors to the eminent .
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Sweep away the invading band TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1846. VOL XYIJ'-NO. 43. aU, a transmissible talent which riches and
In the name of Freedom, rally, eduation. have uniformly developed and
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he was gone upon thirdexpedition, deter Fom the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. From tAxr.SundM : Hay said it was, anchored on a rock. Iti is arDgbened. humble many have ovez
sail pressing.Hostile most
banner fret your meet are ; mined upon if complete military and scientific INFLUENCE OF WOMEN." I EXAMINATION DAY. the great prison ship, where Bonaparte was i elevated themselves to the h ginning, and
your eye exploration of all the vast and almost unknown How beautiful, how diffuse, how ennobling I BY ABTL REDTOP. cnfine for marrying more wives than he in are characteristic traitsin
And from Heaven a tath r'l blessing.: are now Congress,
regions between the Rocky Mountains and the influence of woman I in whose precepts 44 for.
Freedom dare to die! First class in jograpby take the front seat! ** the history of our countrymen, and show
Then for the Pacific Ocean, and between the Oregon and examples we recognize the barrier be- said old Master Cowan, one afternoon. This Can you further describe it ? how nature is artificial
.assail superior
What thouzh Tctef'atoe. you. **Yes it is the tomb of t eibmah
river and th.e Gulf of California. This tween and his consuming, terrible ; cane Napleo.rhat
Filled with confidence and pride ? i expedition *man pas was something unusual, for we had always recited meat, and what perseverance and
\ else
I is to continue sions. In her chaste and modesty, in
expected near two years retiring our lessons, without leaving our seats ; finally effect.
Let no hope or courage fail aide.youFreedom's and its successful result is looked to with the her compassionating sympathy, we see the but the school committee had just come in, and I don't think of any thing else, now. enery wi this newspaper, said one ,Senator

t God is on our highest degree of interest by all the friends potent agent that has been fast bringing up 'our good old pedagogue had determined to Can you tel me what great man was imprisoned recently Lk to another ; see how that scamp abuses .

To the winds your flag unfolding, of science in America and in Europe. before the relenting and repenting mind of show off the school to the best advantage.'sfaster .- by the British 1" me I

f Rally round it in your might, Perhaps no man of his age, in any country, man the atrocity of deeds perpetrated under Cowan had kept our school ever sincea "No, sir! it aint on the atlas. is Portugal Well, the freedom of the press must ha sus

Each his weapons firmly holding has gone through such amount of labor and the sanction of feelings natural to himself demoralizing great many of us were little boys, about so- "That's" a correct anJter.Vhere tained. There is no' divine right' which

Heaven will aid you in the fight. exertion of body and mind, as Capt. Fre in their every tendency, deteriorating year-old, and now we were big boys ever so ? senators from its scrutiny.
the front side of
By the mothers that have borne you, mont. From the age of twenty the canopy in theircontinuanceand incessant in their big-and we had l learned every thing, and There" it is, right on exempt Very trim : but the ungrateful hound of an

I By your wives and children dear of heaven has been his covering, the mountains committal ; until- turning he beheld pitying knew all of it just as well as he did himself. Spain. editor should never have attacked me. Why,
abound in 1"u
Lest your lov'd ones should scorn you and plains. the- lakes and rivers from the woman in the tender loveliness of her nature, We were all his pets, and he loved each one What does it hull sir, he came into our village, a ragged fellow,

Rise without a thought of fear. Atlantic to the Pacific from tho Gulf of Mexico stooping to raise from earth his fellow man, of us just as well as hn loved to flog us. and Port wine and fights." and I bought the cloth and marie him the frs
Come to the bead of the Mississippi have been the victim of his ever-pursuing and insatiate we all loved hinvbecause he treated us all to What of Gibraltar ? suit of clothes he worr.
the good
as comes tempest rushing It is town blown out of a rock, andit eVr
Rending forests in lU path, his home His military reconnoissance in tyranny-or listened to her plaintive voice, as a nice little jollification as often as once a a large to be considered The devil you did I Why, then, you are a
As the mountain torrent gushing, which he was engaged, became also scientific with flowing tresses and outstretched hand her month, and stuffed us with pumpkin pies, mo. is so pregnaciously fJrtift'd a and roast tailor ?
explorations geography, blue suffused with the persuasive tear, the lasses and and he tookso impregnable
As the billows in their wrath, ; botany, geology, eye custards, dough nuts ; To be sure I am
From eacb rocky hilt and nUl" ', astronomy. meteology, receive'! each as much mourned his rashness, and sought to.woo him much pride in having us appear well on beef." What of ?" Why, how came you to be a lawyer?
attention from him if each had been his hack to fidelity and A more ennoblingeffort Lapland
the invading band, as peace. examination days, before three grave old citizens the live Oh, that was one of the contingencies o
Sweep away Freedom sole pursuit. The fruits of all these researches to the object and agent-a loftier aim, who had officiated as school committee Lapland is a frozen zone ; people getting on in the world. I was once a common .
of rally heels.
In the name and sit their abounds
native land. are recorded in journals daily written in the and a happier consummation, man boasts not so long that they considered the privilege as under ground, on I all soldier under Gen. Jackson during the
To defend jour field. Materials for maps and drawing are of; and yet those there are who tell us she is theirs by right and for several years the citizens in Reindeer, and everybody owns Indian wars, and besides that honor I bid fair

ON MONEY AND MARRIAGE. daily collected : a few months of Jjfece lalwr weak Ah, though thus they speak they feelit of the district had neglected to go into an they" can catch. Britain tI to become a common drunkard ; and when Igot #

universal Indian curie prepares them for publication ; and without not No: if not acknowledged, her influence election at all. They usually came in once What the whole of Great Britain, back to our village I got into'so many
I i Montthat fills waiting to see any thing published the impatient is felt as widely as the ennobling effects in three months--:Master Cowan exhibited his Jt comprises -whipped so many fellows-that I
and the miser's scrapes
That shuns the poor, purse,, gentleman immediately off upon new of civilization have been scattered-as for as classes.-.the committee nodded their heads: in besides" Englnd. was thrown into jail for the sheriff's fees.
and the Ln ?
the dunce, the coward, ve "
That sets expeditions. holy religion has extended her refitting, her approbation and dt'partl"d-and that was all, Government How did minagc to get out of that dif
Above the wise, the learned, and the brave Mathematics isJhe favorite study of Capt. beautifying sway. Infancy stretches its rosy a week's vacation followed, then three months Petticoat, at the present time. ficult you

Which makes the old experienced head bow low, Fremont, botany his favdBte recreation ; but arms, and lifts its feeble voice in supplication more, and another visit from the committee How came it so 7" Why f. my brother finally paid the costs, and

I To empty, upstart fools vih4 nothing! know. all the sister sciences come in for a share of to her ; youth recognizes her plastic hand in and so year after year passed away. The rising I It happened just so. celebrated ?" invited me to study law with him.
Britain
Marriage, that should a sanction be to love, his attention and the the : of his character and man sees in For what is Great
languages, both ancient mouding ; community continued to rise more ways her husband You made rapid progress no doubt I
who mirried ,
That state, so often,so few approve, and modern, are not neglected. Greek and and acknowledges in her his best, his moot than one, and probably grew wiser as they For her Queen of, her children." Not very rapid. The difficulty was, that I

If now of late so mercenary xuade, Latin came with his school education. French devoted friend. What' though she i is not ableto grew up, under so wise an administration as and" i is How the is mother the United States own bounded 1" had never learned to read ; so I educated myself .
Alike both sexes use &t as a trade; and have been with in animal strength, does blessed with Master and Commit.
added. admitted
Spanish!; German is in compete man they were the Texas. and studied law at the samg time-got
They ask not how ducreet:: how chaste, how fjir, a course of acquisition; and his whole life isJivided I that lessen her power or influence in controll.! tee. ""By America, principally ; rest by -went farther west-got into practicegot

How good, or virtuous! but low. rich jou are. between field labors and literary stu. ing his tendencies? Was it by physical Well we were all, seven in number, speedily ."In what does it abound ?" into the legislature-got into Congress

Marriage a trifle is, ,virtue a dream dies. His life is a pattern, and his success an strength that Washington placed upon the pinnacle arranged J on the front seats, each one counties towns, justices of the | -and, ecce tignum, here I am in the Senate.
"Slates ,
Riches alone procure tlu vn>rld'.esteem; encouragement, to all the noble minded men of fame his blazing name ? Was it armed with an atlas to undergo a critical ex- ,bustles and That Senator is a sensible, weU.infoned.

The gallant youth a hump backed I lad} takes of America who, despising a life of sloth and physical power that enabled Franklin to rub animation before our perpetual committee- peace" What, big the, postmaster. intelligent citizen, fit for any station. Sam

And for her gold-a flitlemu husband makes, ease, aspire to honorable distinction by their the thunder.cloud, and entwine in one resplendent seven of us who had constituted. the first' class are products, fossil remains, religious Houston, Senator from Tens is another of

Faws on his female Chaos as a slave, own meritorious exertions. He is married to wreath around his nam its scathing: for almost as many )'ears-not one addition, Warming.pan those rough and remarkable: gem*.-like the

And hugs the lump he wishes in the grave a daughter Senator Benton, but looks to his lightnings ? Was it by such strength henry for the reason that we had made such progress revivals" What, and is it schoolma.ter.bl1" rocky and sterile surface of the Alleganies,

The beauteous maid, as fortunate as be, own exertions, not to Senatorial influence, foe held enraptured a nation while he sang the in that time, that we were hardly able to keep governed and the school committee." fiiil of mineral riches beneath. Sam wa 0

A* gladly joins with rich d-iformitv., advancement and promotion. His widowed knell of British tyranny ? No : it was by I up with ourselves, and certainly none of the "JirmPolk" That will do all deserve rewards.of ri inally a carpenter in Nashville-turned out

Clasps to her bosom some baboon she hates mother lives to IIel" the fame, and to receive strength of head and heart ; and by the man younger grade could catch up with, us. Therewe merit merit;something you of a licking, f>r the shavings from his plane and resolved togo

And smiles on him her soul abominates the support of a son, left an orphan at four who is conversant with the maxims and trans were, about to anwetJhe same questions ; you the committee this afternoon, ahead while making grooves and mortises

_-- --- --i1 -- -- rears of age, and beginning at seventeen to lations of France's Joan England' Elizabeth, with the same answers, tat had been repeat. snow when balling coming to school. They and nailing up poss and sashes. He became

lli: !L !L 0 provide for her, and for a younger brother and Sweden's Christiana, and Spain's Isabelbythat ed and repeatedly answered, time and time merit they something were for not forgetting your say governor of Tennessee, fought a a common
sister. man, to his honor, to the right and glory again. Perhaps it would puzzle any one but you offset one against the soldier in the Indian wars, and secured by his

CAPTAIN FREMONT.rl Capt. Fremont is light and slender in his of woman, these qualities are acknowledged the committee to discover the progress we had other.lessons ; and 8 they if improve as you have courage, and perseverence, the liberty and
be much hers his to live, to burn as made but Master Cowan stood for They say you
appearance, as well as in fact, delicate in his to as as sponsor few that will all getto independence of Texas.
for
done
We never perused an article concerning; features, and wholly different from what would! brightly, as vividly, in her breast, in her head, our proficiency, and of course it was so-we be committee-men a years past yourselves you-girls and There, said Gen. Jackson, having a map o
; I tte: rite of an American uuth, with more IK looked for in the leader of such extended as in his. But, fair one, thy sphere is the social had advanced. i Texas before him-there is the Coloro
t satisfaction thane felt hUe reading the adventures. Mr. Wilkins, the Secretary of circle-thy object the culture of youth. Who is the head of the class ?" asked the all. Take your seats.. there Bcxar-there is Alamo ,

following authentic and carefulprt'par'd! account -I War, could hardly believe his own eyes, whenin To implant truth, heroism, patriotism, the loreof Master. COW RIDE BACKWARDS. Mexicans separate their forces and come down

of Capt. Fremont. of the United State the fall of 1844 a modest looking youth, t high and noble deeds, thy appropriate ac. I am, sir," said a red-haired specimen of During the Revolutionary war, when a this and Sam can catch them under the

army, the explorer Oregon and California. almost feminine in the delicacy of bis person tion. the female *|>ecies. corps of the American army were encamped brw p"s range of bii he'l lick'em,and

In the rise and progress of this gentleman and features, appeared before him, and reported Is a boy thy charge ? Then press firward Well, rise while you answer the questions. r.ear the borough of Elizabethtown, in New take Santy Anny. see.

our young gentlemen will see an example him elf as Lieut. Fremont, just returned -let a mother's love brace and animate thee I want you to understand that: I am going to Jersey an officer who was more of a devotee Just as the old General predicted, so it turned .

that cannot but exert a beneficial influence. from the expedition to Oregon and North for the strife. Thou hast a high, a holy dutyto examine you miscellaneously-now look out i of Venus than of Mars, paid his addresses to out at San Jacinto. The English would

This paper was first published in the New I California. 0 perform. His country's glory or his coun. How is Hindostan bounded ?" a lady of diatinction, whom he was in the habit have made Gen. Houston a duke for achiev.

Yorh Mirror, from a correspondent, and it To see the leader of such an expedition, in try'b shame, be destiny. No middle track, By the river Ganges, which runs throughits of visiting nightly, in the cultivation of those ing such a victory. \.e see the progress of

should be extenshely! read. I the person of such a stripling] was surprise no conservative course l he his-'tis thine to interior." kindly feelings love cordially inspires.On events-Gen. Houston is in the Senate.

Capt. Fremont, whose celebrated explora. from \\hichthe bonnorable Secretary could make or ruin-then bid him hang: his name ** What is the capitol 1" a discovery of the repeated absence of the One dark, stormy evening, some years ago,

tion in the farthest West is now the theme : not recover himself, until afier repeated inter. in the temple where passing generations shall "Diamonds and other precious stones." officer, and of the place his interviews with a little after tea time, we were coming down

of universal applause, is a native of SouthCarolina rogatories. gaze upon it with admiring eyes ; bo it the Where is it situated ?" his dulcinea were bad, some waggish friends Nassau street,and on turning Fulton,came up
the son of a wido''n l the architect watchword when the patriot shall strike from ** In the Golconda mines." resolved to playof a handsome trick at his on a tall athletic man, wrapped in a

of his fortune. Left an-orphan at four TEADITIOXS OF OLD TIMKS.-Among the his country her fetters ; be it that around which u What are the productions 1" expense, force him from a repetition cloak. 4 -

years of age, with a brother and sister younger unpublished anecdotes of Revolutionary timeswe I freemen shall rally to offer their heart's blooda Opium, saltpetre and Crocodiles." of his amorous visits. Who goes there ?

than himself his mother, until he was seven- have often beard the following : sacrifice upon their country's altar ; or by Principal article of food ?" The officer, it appears, rode a very small A friend It was Sam Houston.I .

teen&fO\ided for his support and educationat Matthew Lyon was a member of the old I the ]light of which the astronomer shall wend Baked widows, who hake themselves on horse of the pony kind ; which be alwa.vslet i am going by invitation to a meeting of

that age he began to provide for himself Congress, and stron opposed to kiiigs and his way through; the starry skies-the geologist the funeral pile of their husbands! and babies untied, with the bridle reins over clergymen, at the corner of Ann and Nassau

and for those connected with, him. For throe royalty. When the question of a national coin delve to the hidden recesses of t'arth.- which they t feed crocodiles on." near the door, in i order to mount and ride off, streets to make a speech about the beet mode

years he taught mathematics, perfecting his was: started, Mr. Lyon objected to the f'ale: I Be this thy 'ask-be this .thy success-a mo. "That's correct ; take your seat ; rise! the without delay, when the business of courtingand I reforming the Indians. Come along, Ma

own education, and giving all his earnings; being; put on, because, he was the king of bird, I' ther's pride. a mother's reciprocated love, thy next How is Nubia bounded 1" kissing was over: and the horse always! i
beyond his necessary support, to his motbt"'. and therefore inappropriate a* a republican I I I I reward-w hen ministering angels hall attend, Bv a strip of land called the Red eea." remained until: hacked by the. owner, without I jor.We did go and heard a most able and interesting -

and the two younger-chi d-ren. At the ae of emblem.! Judge Thatcher, of Massachusetts, I j to bear thee to that land from whence no trav- What is the capitol ?" attempting to change his position. On a certain discourse, showing his familiarity

twenty, his skill in mathematics procured him who was always characterized by good nature eller returneth. "The river Nile, which abounds in mag. dark night, when the officer had. as with the red men, and deprecating the course .

employment on the railroad explorations un. niirthfulncfrs, replied that perhaps it would be Carrollton, Ky. \V. T. nificent ruins of antiquity, and haint got no usual\'er, gone to pay his devotions to the objectof I pursued to reform them, by giving them re-
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de rtaken by the State of'South Carolina, to well to take the GOOSE for our emblem ; for beginning t'other end can't be found. his affections, and was enjoying the approving !. lizion first, and then education and industry.He .

connect the Atlantic Ocean and the Ohio that bird had nothing majestic in its deport- ELOQUENT EXTRACT.-A spirit of faultfinding Where is it situated '" smiles of the lovely fair one ; his waggish was practical and convincing ; but they

river, at the two point ()f Charleston and mont, nor could her humble rank among the ; an unsatisfied temper{ ; a constant .* Right slap through the sandy desert. companions went privately t the door of!. did not carr out,, his propositions. This is acass

Cincinnati ; and this pave him occupation feathered tribe give any offence to the most irritability ; little inequalities in the look, the What are the productions T" tbe house where the officer was, to his bri- of men we find in the Senate-men not

: in the mountainous region of North Carolina fastidious republ ican. Moreover (continuedthe temper, or the manner ; a brow cloudy) and "Niggers and Nubians." die and saddle from the horse they sent off-hand by the tailor, but fashioned by

and Tennessee, and first inured him to Judge) goslings would be a very convenient dissatisfied-your husband or your wife cannot Principal articles of food ?1" auity, placed the bridle on the tail, the saddle nature for perseverence, courage and constancy.

mountain life, and led hioi to commence the stamp fir the tenpenny pieces and fippen. tell why-will more than neutralize all "A hot, sulphurous exhalation called Si on the back, and the cupper over the horns ofa .-Noah's Messenger.

scientific observations of the heavens and ny-bits. This caused a great deal of mirth the good you can do, and render life any thing moon, which the camels eat by thrusting their quiet old cow who stood peaceably chewing THE Sox sons ofgreat

earth he has since extended over so vast a among the members, excepting Lyon, who but a blessing. It is such gentle and quiet noses into the" sand, and the men by laying on her cud, near the spot. Immediately thereafter men are OF seldom X.POLEox.-Te as great as thf'r.

field. While engaged ia this business, an was so offended by it that he challenged the virtues and meekness and forbearance, that their faces. they retired some distance from the house, The of the eagle, notwithstanding the

increase was made by Congress in some i facetious Judge to a duel. the happiness and usefulness of life consist, The next ; how is Egypt situated 1" and separating, raised the loud cry of alarm, egg, will sometimes hatch a crow. The
Gen. Jackson : What will make ?" inquired brilliant in splendid "Right there at the mouth of the Chinese had landed and were marching proverb
branches of the regular army. arrangements you far more than eloquence that the enemy of the mind are not transmissible
was then President of the. United States, and the man who carried the challenge.. talent, or illustrious deeds that shall send the wall, where it forms a junction with the river into the village. excellences: of the body, and perhaps it is

directedone.halfof the appointments to ** None at all," replied the Judge. name to future times.It Nile." *' Our hero on hearing this, took counsel from a fortunate disases that it is so. What would have beenthe

I be from a certain class of citizens; and out of .* Why, are you willing to be called a cow is the bubbling spring which flows gently, What are the products ? his fears, and snatched a hasty kiss, he shot of Napoleon's son, if to the intrinsic

this claps the young Fremont obtained a place ard i" the little rivulet which glides through the meadow Egyptian pyramids and catacombs. out of doors with the ,velocity of a musket ball, influence power of his father's name he could

among the junior officers.of the Topographical Yes, certainly, because I am a .coward ; and which runs along day and night bythe Principal article of food ?1". and mounted into the saddle, with his back- -towards have added a second. edition ot .his. father's
engineers. The wisp and patriotic decij j and he very well knew it, or else he never farm-house that is useful, rather than the Egyptian mummies, who have been preserved the head of the cow, and plunging his and talent 7 Commencing just where

sion of Gen. Jackson opened the door for this would have challenged me !" swollen flood or the warring cataract. Niagara and smoked for three thousand years. sharp spurs deeply into her side, caused her to Napoleon energy off who could have prescribed a
of the turned lie Lyon, who wisely stand You are perfect; rise the next. William, excessive and she darted lef
appointment, but it required the merit This laugh upon excites our wonder; and we amazed bawl ou with pain, limit to powerand
there use in trying to fight of God there where is Oregon, what its situation, products, towards the The onwar progress towar
applicant to obtain it. : The Topograpical concluded was no at the power and greatness off in her best gallop camp. far now his
I corps is eminently scientIfic-and the young with a man who fired nothing hut jokes. as he pours it from his hollow hand.' But exports, and form of government?where John officer still plying his spurs and with all his fate. The Count St. Leon, the illegitimate
the National is for continent or a Way o'er the mountain ho wine and love on board-finding him'elfhur- .
Fremont, never having been at one Niagara enough a I I son of Napoleon, by the Countess of Luxembourg
Military Academy, had. to stand an examinaf. MAEEYING THE MAID INSTEAD OF THE world ; while that same world needs'! thousands Jake Astor left it. It is situated like a bone tied rapidly backwards manger of all his ef remarkable in Paris only for being ,

f f. Lion, before be could be appointed. A board MISTBBSS.-A late lecturer on the life of Oliver and tens of thousands of silver fountains and I with each end in a dog's mouth, and promisesto for forts to advance ; and hearing the repeated strikingly like his parent in feature, and unlike .

\ of eminent officers examined him. lie stood Cromwell declares, in spite of the sternness gently flowing rivulets, that shall water every be a pretty fight ; rather a poor buffalo prospect skins and bawling of the tortured beast, imagined that him in mental capacity,having in a course

the test of this severe ordeal. He triumphed of his character, that he had an inherent farm and every meadow, and every garden, the bone. The products are thunder and \va off by Magic, and roaring outmost of unmitigated licentiousness dissipated an immense .

in biB examination, and thus won his way to a love of fun which he was prone mischievouslyto aed that shall flow on, every day and every red skins ; exports are patriotic is lustily that the de\'i had got him-and fortune left him by his father, has just

place which enlightened_ patriotism of indulge, at the expense of those around him. i night with their gentle and quiet beauty. So injuns. The government above an that independentdemocracy the was thus carried into very allignmeiit of the a suit against his mother, and .
to 49 but government in.titute __ _corn.t
of of his disposition and the acts of our lives. It i is only by greatdeeds up camp. n
Jackson had laid open t. the competition This was a peculiarity I with between Uncle Sam and polled to pay him 51200 per
friendless merit. one which exhibited itself ever, according to only like those Howard, not by great ..is mixed. The sentinels,hearing the noise, discharged of an annuity of 83,000, bequeathed her by
rich of hav". An anecdote to like those of the martyrs, that Miss Bul r.e.I.king. their pieces and fled ; and alarm guns were
of the moment. sufferingonly
This was a first fruit-a one- the impulse ?" the Emperor.
Denmark I _
where is _
been a teacher of mathematics. What the point is related, which run to the effect good is to be done ; it is by the daily and quiet next ; where fred, the drums beat to arms, officers left their .
leg side of the friend thus eloquently
to men who have to that Cromwell Lad a very beautiful daughter, virtues of life-the Christian temper, the meek On the upper map just the quarters, and cried, turn out turn out with THE TReE DOCTBIXE.-A
an encouragement young Bill Brown slobbered spots of ink all over soldiers The true doctrine is this-
in the of their The :
whom the of forgiveness all the strength lungs. speaks
advance themselves by their own exertions. I Iat the time he became Protector, to one forbearance, spirit i
No he appointed, than he went of his attendants took a great 1-king. husband, the wife, the father, the mother, the Prussian dominions. started from their sleep as if a ghost had crossed if a man has ten cents in his pocket, and owes
sooner was friend the neighbor, :For what is Denmark celebrated ? dream-and the whole body runninghalf thing, he is as as rich, yes rh.J
the their man
no
any
into active service in th$ field, and spent the One day Cromwell went into his daughter's brother, the sister, external cold."
heat and with all
to be done and in this ail may For its internal naked,formed quick as possible in gallant far above those who, u
first in the Cherokee country, in the topograpkical and was not a little surprised that good is to ; n
year apartments describe it ? and hollow hearted fashion
survey, (under Capt. Williams,) his very humbly prostrated upon the be useful.-& '. Albert Barnes. Can you cold that the inhabitants dishabille, prepared to repel the terrible} wealth! and pomp ___ ,_ _,_ _u__.
see page is
"Yes the climate in
: lo the ludicrous soon in in poor pleasure.Just
s When !
the South. and extending his I invader. sight are reality poor purse
wbich the appreb.endNiltoatilitiN of knee, before his daughter, with I he decreases .
] inundated it water subterraneanly itself of the gallant I as a man increases in dollars,
to
larn- the\f .
eyes
rendered to the her in the supplicating manner } TI0 .- Laming- presented \
expect DCCA
era Indians necessary hand towards MODERN which they heated by means of great fires, old cow, with his face in the capability enjoying this life. AndI
I and mother officer, mounted on an
The next he What this t' am is the of father ,
means
ed military operations. year possible. ing-laming, cry and atmospheric heat to the atmosphere Her hanging out-I bold it true that the world was made to
the imparted towards her tongue benjoyd
the celebrated Astronomer maid replied what a janius
had the laming ti.
assistaottto
was .ent U an in love with your waiting if iny boy but the apparatus soon got out o' order, the giggling of the and that daily-hourly--every .
Mr. NicolletJ, to the valley of the affrighted page ; I have been beseechingyour he'd be. In coorse, ye old fools, your touched in the waterin her sides gory spuraand for such
but itisn't the fire berated cut some places he himself almost deprived of reason, and would not give a fig pleu
upper Mississippi, and Was' engaged two yearsin daughter to exert her influence in my would be a swan among the goslins ; other places, forming volcanoes and hot with horror. A loud roar of alone from wealth. A man
instead half petrified ure
that remote region, id aiding that eminent I behalC" Are you willing, said Cromwellto laming,' balftbe world wants : springs, keeping the,,country in a state of excitement broke from the 'assembled band, at must a.pring him. There ia no blood in a
for cobwebs
saran in collecting *tbet material.verilJing the waiting maid to have this fellow of laming,' by which they mean for fear thil she will burst up laughter steed-the whole but there is life in a dry pebble to the
a the rider and his corps gavehim !
would ;
turnip
thousand Well if _
brains
the seventy husband 1" Yes, replied she. picked out of ded men's they h __ ._ _
lie facts and instituting your ._ .. entirely. flint,
all
.00' bile over three times three hearty cheers, be man that can see i t ibe re is ire m a
.
nvteorolorical observations, upon which the then," says Cromwell, we'll have a priest I get some discipline. Vlsclpune--01ll1clpUUt'that i Take your seat; the next. Sarah Hay, bolted into camp. He was carried to a bis and power in a drop of water,jf you will only
oi twain shall be one education I ever saw ever
treat hyerogvapbic and topographic map called in forthwith, and you that's the only the describe Africa." in triumph, there to dream of lover's take the pains to bring it out. It is the internals .
Nicolleu and Fremont Kras constructed and flesh," which was not much sooner said than brought a boy to any good.full What's of Greek and use Africa is a grand caravan, situated between quarters metamorphoses, backward rides, sternway advices that make the mn no the externals.*'

from which so many publishers of maps have. done. battering a man's brains-he before he St. Helena and Madagascar, and is ceII and alarm of.invasion, and thereby to .-A well known rake sitting in
that forgets
< ebrated materials for
I as his mind with writing a beside girl,
his first garnish Lane Theatre, a
whence they SAT.* They -, laidKerchberg. hut round jacket, or puts on bands of Drury very pretty
say his nig
THEY dons
the source from him the' old tiger. It is inhabited by roving splendcd treatise on the novel adventures of a rude with her. The however,
first became tail blue, if h* don't teach boa-constrictors. tap was very girl
and They
Lieut.Fremoot long minstrels .
came. In 1643, hard living ear. ger cow story. _ if she did not or not hear
_
!J" exclaimed Faustina. obedience, appeared wJ
of expedtfon and ex- 5 II is not true Spartan virtue for butler, and suffer fo the want a
commander the trees
a seperae| ol bold and impudent
1" asked he in classics ? Where'sthe that conversation is whichis him but as he became more
between the Mississippi .* What is not true, Countess ly rising, and them sorts and How delicious ;
lored the salt. mnky. said ;
$ country Mountains the South amul"ment. use of instructin' him in hexameters and Princpa.produ is various accompanied with a mutual confidence,freedom she at last turned ,round and wt
mer and the Rocky Is* on the leave him ignorant of the milk c.nu. cime and I How calm a and angry countenance
ttey'W sand. ,
Pass Fremont's. Peak; and the brief mod. 4' Whatever beginiwith pentameters, ifyou and they roast eggs ,courtesy complacence red to let me alone.
'Vmiluary, aDd* -scientific report, which to'Bade face of it, not true.#"_ value of a pennypiece. Africa abounds zoological gardens and great the lin bow composed the affections, how To pleased surprised and free.
melodious the
of this exploration, immediately .made LoVEs'. En.Do you find my eyes in Cincinnati!, named ClUe dear the principal of which is Sahara or aefne countenance, how contentful the wt only aW c.e' .
A Two Editors voice, how,sweet ho\V
his name known in Europe and America M feelings 1" said a 'sentimental into eash l other a Sarh t aleep deviseth mischief ."Naydonote&tme. -
letting The whole life of
of t age. exprcssiVeb"1 and Drinker are Sarah Hay, is as true as a book. the with! asrnile"IaflLJ1C1L
., girl
.
rlthe
one bedesired to please.U Drinker is a case, tat "J3e not afraid: replied
be
that
others "
the lady nor
lover to Prentice says 1" against suspects
la 18434,diltiDgWr1elPloren; exploration I.pre-- .0" replied the lady, few. little doubt that Case is a next ; where I Helena him & t .,.*-- ,
but Sarah contrived !
011 is against
where
there .
the yea and There i4ghtoventbere,
report codiah .
.V
Oregon ; dliDk.nrymach oC a dy i I h .'.1
of which, published by!]order of Congress,, is 4' thetmAke. the teOib.cb I Is drinker! i'T: -I.j It
with -
Bow attracting universal l attention. In 1849 fog .

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'J;' ...1- 1 >ym tt<; btd thJHW u,..May- 6. I J'UJ the Charleston- Courier.- retaliating on these perfidious- -Mexicans the -to the-period---of my informant leaving the-camp- Ctxrrttpvndtntt vf l*. nt J. eph H. Stabrort, Frederick W o

::+t: EIGHT DAY LATER FROM EUROPE. Late and DIsasirons News many injuries they hire done you, and of carrying no communication had ben received by GenT WUJJOl CITT, 'C, 1948. Jobn H. J.K. McLane, urb G* Sal.
)z.i IHTC1XIGK1VCC *T THC TlAMfHIF PROM GEN T. YLOR'ARMY that war into the heart of their own .yor! from Gen. On the 22d Gen. The Cambria has brought over news from DATI..8 a.
\. 4. :A TOO III A. received from Gen. by means Things look peaceably about Ore Atm, copy.- :",
t C TIlE ll'.iR WITH MEXICO EEGJ.V. the cruelties of which they bare so Taylor Ampudia Eurp.
.. .'i.t.:: TIe steamship Cumbria, on coming into The New Oilman papers. which came to ofen countr. yo% feel. of! a flag of truce, a communication J:TBBY excitement Coercion in England about It the I. R. HABXU, Cfcrt

Boston on Sunday )lat, went ashore on Cape hand yesterday, are with details of news W.am indebted for the above to Benj. S. OFFENSIVE TERMS, complaining of his baring Corn Laws and Irish Bi. wu Tie

,J Cod. TIe |*awengers and miiilswere all from the Camp of file. Taj lor. on the banks Grayson, who has just returned. by the Mam. blockaded the Rio Grande. To which be thought Sir Robert Peel would n.ig. Louis The The New Orleans Camp papers, (the

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: the the on Saturday with a Mexicat cause of the Mokadthe harng expressly Philippe Gen. ote
mauy who hare deprecated sending of so army nigbt I entered the of i'ajlor's The
Several balls
,I I The" news breught: by her, is down to the smill a body of troops to such an isolated point, guide, and passing river, reached : declared that UNLESS TAYLOR. with bit famiy. of the extends about for camp.miles along Tric i "II k
guardian
.. t 19th ultimo, and is of a pacific: character. in the face of an enemy at least triple if not Point Isabel on Monday morning with General COMMENCED HIS RETREAT beyond carriage. uuuin. a -iwo miles above, and two Oelow river .' .
The advices; that went out from this countrj quadrupling them in numbers, bare been par Taylor's despatches to the Governor of the Nueces trilhln 24 hon t after hit display forest, w immediately arltf.wJil may ras. The entrenchment to j 1t
.# by the II ibe rain, were considered in England tiallr realized.It Texas. The Monmouth was unable to lea\"f ing his upon the banks of the Rio Granite, instigate other wouM.be.rigicdtl. Cam. twenly.three hundred men erc i i rar

.. a, tending to preserve peace between the two \\ill he .Keen(hit:detachment of the Army until Monday night, in consequence of haring: he :Ig Conid WAR as being declared. bria, on coming Fears Boton entertained, wlnt ashore that she on i made of sand, and covered thirty I
Cod. orerwhb
were
count re.. (some 70 men,) .nlto reconnoitre, hare been; to discharge and take in provisions to b sen and Iou acringly. Gen. Tyo Cape woven together like work 1"
receive would IHJ total loss. and mails Wet t
The Engli: people are engrossed by their cut < ff and al either killed or taken prisoners into Corpus Christi for the volunteers as f.1t no a Passengers by a wide and
Gor The is not very deep diicb.; 'f
all saved.
own public affairs, and (he excitement' upon among killed are !e"erl valuable ofliC as they arrire. These were left at St. Jo further communication from the Mexican news imprtant. of the magazine in tbe interiorotthe" 1II
hare of
the Corn Laws and the Irish Coercion Bill .T". Thit a large body of the enemy nearly seph's, whence the White Wing is now taking ernment, unless couched in language more From California we Lion, are lormed of 'urt &
and pork barrels
) and trouble! between the Mexibans Americans fiNed
bad 1 the whole of Ta have them to their destination. respectful towards the Government peo.
reached fut-h a pitch that it was expect equal to force Gen. \ ; seven tier thick
cd Sir (Robe Peel would? hare 10 retire from pzrt5ed! lhemeies! between his entrenchmentsand i 03": Gen. Mcmucan: Hunt will leave this pe! of the United States. At Point Isabel at St. Frncso. The U. S. Sloop Levant und with timber lour tiers high Cr.
4 attack had of trouble to investigate on which
his position at the head of affairs. Point Isibcl' I, where his supplies were de. evening, by way of Velasco, and'Victoria. trendezvous great fears were entertained of:night scene ten or twelve feet. :TweJre sand }11 piled
The his and that there is fear that this I which, from the exposed situation of that Poincou'd the mater. I seems to me a war with I heavy pie
rppoMlion to measures was expected posited great I at Corpus Christi, preparatory to ordnance are coi
The unaccountablecourse pace i I
if is 1 J0
Mesico
to IM led lord Stanley.! w.l!1 fall into their bands while the not be otherwise than successful, con. infyirabJe. a
by post army !I marching for relief of (;en. Tajlor. of the Mexicans wilMeave[ no alterna- town \laLm'ra. Five CCmn t
The Cotton market had advanced one. its-lf.: i is in nvich danger.We T ) fS-TEXAXS TO ARMS duc'ed with energy. defend the : n
eighth of a penny the Hibernia hating carried h\'f given in preceding columns! all wecan This post is defended by Maj. Munroe, wi h tin!'. .\lei cou.d fortiticationj against any force
cans
out a confirmation of a short crop. find in the New Orleans papers to the oi-:::; The United Statts' Army under Gen a detachment of 80 nrtil rists. There are There is very little of interest doing here. The 1 bring against it a& present.t

Business generally was dull. No improvement present stile of affairs. Toe following a is an I Taylor is surrounded by the Mex'can I enemy also at the post about 200 armed wagoners, Nothing in Congre Very many member Gen. Tropic also punishes a letter (
!
: on Texan soil. Gen. Taylor has called upon| and 50 laborers under the orders of the Quir are absent from both The fact is 'l'ajur to friend i in New Oreaea! t
lftJts.
since the last advices.There extract of a letter, with which we have: been : which the 'fo
the (;overnorofTexas foriMOO men-let Galveston furnished with the weather is to en.ergv. loliowiagextracts
was no change lo note in the Flour t,'.hte\! favored. ; ter Master ; some 100 citizen, any thing are made
I show to the world that they are always arms by the United States Ordnance officer, oereral memher are indisposed.The : guards, Ol loot and| mounted
market, which continue firm at former price Eitract of a 1 letter received<< by an officer of established m
ready for the defence of their under the command of Perkins Circuit Court is now the centre of at. are on the margin of
cuuntrJ-I.t organized Capt. the rire,
Tue House of Commons met t nfter the Easter : t. the C. S. A. at Fort Moultrie! dated and thus
Recces, on lhf evening of FriJay. when AT GIMP, POINT IS'DLprl them dispathe! same spirit and alacrity tlal and denominated the Surnter guards.A .- traction as the prosecution on ex-Gorernor efficient ra.-aiis hare been aupJ|
the Coercion Bill again: came up. Nothing .\ 27. 1846. S they did in 1842.- company of 50 Mexican cavalry was seen Thomas for a libel, i is about li commence. on our part to prevent all intercourse
ofi iiterest resulted. An express h.njlst in Camp- bringing on the night of the 26ih: within 5 miles of Se\"prJ days hare already been taken up in opposite to us their pickets extend -bore
Tbe Packet Montezuma left on the} Thurs- the that Capt. Thornton with IICZd.Qsuirters, (;anfO Volunteers, Point; Isabel.! They were supposed to he a motions by Thoma'counsel for a continuancefor bciow f fur several miles. We are la!

diy: previous for New York, with 30 passengers. : his squadion intelligence dragoons has been entirelycut 30th April, 1510.- S corps of ob crvation. The body of Col. Cross the deposition of Ihe widow of the late acute in keeping up I strong and rig/t

a off. Lieut. Kane killed. Capt. Thornton: ORDERS.The was found' on the 21st ult., about three mile Senator Linn, of Missouri. Among thp wit. .' guar to present surprise or attacks uuder

Cotton ha' arisen one-cighth on the receipt and Lieut. Mn"on missing the latter supposed commissioned and non-commissionei! from camp, frightfully mutilated and entirely I nesses present are Sen\o: Benton and family, 5advanrreo dircuntnce. 'I bu is the
of the news of short crops here bv the Hiber- to !be killed. Cant. Hardee taken Iris'Jer.- officers of the companies comp ing the (;al. -1 i-tp.tp.l- of rlnlhinir.The i .- I ex-Gor. |feDowel!, of Virginia and family. more necessary, ubifat we bare to acton th,
; of f Lieut. Porter who killed Senator Critlenden and Hon. Thompson det-n.ive, and ibey J !
Capt. 'l'borntonwent out to reconnoitre with I teston Volunteer Battalion, are requested to body was Waddy at 'jrty to take the
_ nia.In the American Provision market: good inquiries 01 tiers to attack any armed Mexicans 1-e ti.ht meet for consultation at ten o'clock this mor- h J. a party of banditti, under the command of of South Carolina, are of counsel 1 for the .pos.te. course whenever they think proper op
prevailed-!Vjt I few arrivals ; stock find. ih.;. ide; of the river; the guide (a Mexican. I ning, at the Galveston Artillery Armorj, at Romer FVilcon, had not }been found. The prosecution. No one believes the charges *o. Nor have we been idle in other respects .'

small. From the East the arrivals hare bee .) Jed him "rt distance from camp, when Mr. Crawlord's; More. The country neeiN iiriifip.il officers known to be in command of made by Thomas,and the moil charitable con. f ; we have a field work under way,
larl;-. hf ram" to a thicket which he told Captain our services no time should be lost in mrne.iilt1'l the Mexican forces ire Generals Arista, Am. fitruction that his conduct wyll admit of is that Ides haring erected a strong battery, and b a

Large cargoes Indian Corn hare arrivedin Tl:,:nton! lot to enter, that if he did, he wouldnot ( organizing the !e\.rl corps of thi pudia, Mejia, and Canales ; and Colonels Car. hp i is insane-an.* iomaniac perhaps. Hipoliiical I number of buildings, for the security of
Dublin. come out. C.ipt. T. dashed in and fell I bittnlion. The commandant of the battalionhas ra co and Carraj-ibel are men of talent I : and personal friends in Marylanderince upple5. in addition to some respectable o
There i is little of fine English Cheese on upon a few :Mexican horsemen, whom he the fulles! confidence in the patriotism and am indebted! for the above information to the much interest in this prosecution. f r I protection We bare mouD wor a

hand in the Lfmdonfarkct.: The demand chirped at t full v|"> over the brow cf the! hill eal of the citizen oMers: of Galveston! !- I II po'ite-ie-s: of Col. Doan, who is on his way The Investigating- Committee, it thought, respectable battery, four pieces, of which are
for middling! is not-great. The stock of Awrican an I fouij him, !,'lf in,the presence of tuo thousand 'I He is sure they will not laiter; nohesitate in to New Orleans in the AugMita. wi not report for several days, as they have long eighteen pounders, wish which we
(his They have always desin-r P. S. A has just arrived, afte their batter or bun: down the coal
is mtJ-3: O tons. Mexican troops!, one thousand of which emergency messenger commpncpt investigations. city of
: Nothing; new has transpired on the Oregon i were infantry: formed to receive him in lionf.ui in opportunity of showing} their prowess to severe toil and much danger, owing to the W eb ter is ert in :fascb-u'f'ts. I fr'l should it become necessary lo do J1atml.
question, and matters pertaining! to it reniaii J a-i i-n'ial number! cavalry! closed in upoa their Mexican enemies That opportunity proximity of the troops and the slate of Ihe derstand ex-President Tyler has written a our field work is completed (which
in tta'u qvo. l Ii">i tlauks, a high fence being in hit rear. has now arrived It i ic e\p<*rted the young; prairie. From him I learn, that Arista com ter to the committee that the secret fund was be the case,) and mounted with its proper will ar.maraent .

The Corn trade, since the Great Western TLf guide reports[ that lie heard the firing m.ii of Galveston will immediately! rally as municaled politely to Gen. Taylor, that he had paid out by his order, and for a proper cnmid.1 five hundred men could hold j ft t.
: tailed! his greitly; improved; in demand for fur Iwo hours. Yesterday a soditrrn': badly volunteer, nor wail fur services to be r.'. I assumed command of the Mexican army.To eration, and that he is responsible for ap. gainst as many thousand Mexicans. Dunn.

wh..nt, ad the prices have risen !somewhat wou-ideJ. carne in and reports that Capt.!. H a r- quip'd, I bv draft.A I the Editor of the Tiopie: .nlication.There.- !j Ilhe iwenty-seven- days since our arrival- ---6

In Lnerpool, the corn trade is better. dee is a pri oucr and L eut. Kane is killed.: rendezvous will be immediately opfnrr : JOSEPH ISLAND / has 'been some talk of an early adjournment I j A most singalar state of things has prevailed her
The latest advices from the manufacturingdivtric's and lint'he counted 47 prisoners, muttered' I t for volunteers! to increase the ranks ff eac.. T.us. April 2ii: | 1846. $ of Congress, but it \i no fake :j all through the outlines of the two

are of a m.'t f.u'uralIpcharactPr..- aficr the action was over. This, soldier was I of the \oliinces( corps of the city, and ail" toorganize Jsr. Rdlors8)the arrival of the place. The great measures ( Congressmust I which, to a certain extent, hare all arit
More Irismcs has U-en doing! ; at Roch.*dale \'('T) baiy! wounded with a Ial and lance- an aillitional 1 compiny of infantry Ilpamlr .' intelligence has be acted on before adjournment. ings as if there were actual war.Fionlingeach feL

in the flannel nnrkct-but prices are no better. be was ructhat! 'he might return to hi i, camp or rifit'nwn.-\ prompt alPn.Jalrp of the ot: b-'en received at this place! of the Aimy of o other for an extent of more
In Manchester prices have: declined: as the Mexicans had no means of taking case t"f't i is expected the time and place ap. Occupilion being surrounded by I 0,000 Mexican The Grand Grand Jury Jury of I'r :'eniinciir. than two miles and within musket. range, are

generally! prices hare declined. of him. pointed. By order of trop The Mexican army passed the believe! it to be their lislJrolh County close r[ 'fiHlteries 5hrt.d. and the officers and men in
Another attempt to kill the king of the *. Capt. Thornton was: seen to clear the high C. (:J. BRYANT Rio Gramie; in the night. Capt. Thornton, I their labors, to make the, b.rne they I IH1IIV instances, waiting impatiently for orders!
French has l been made. About" 5| o'clock fence on lit* fine horse and may have fscap(1 Major Commanding;(;ah'r'Iol Battalion. 2-1 D.agoons: in attempting; to cut his way out : following presentmenfs i I' to apply the matches ; jet nohng has ken

on Thursday, as Louis Phillipe was returning .It is 'IPilclthatlhrre l are fn If 150 or 'JOO men with the proper r officerscan with his company, was killed. Also, two lul,. They would! present. as a serious incon done tu provoke the firing of a gun vr any act
I from his drive in tim (forest of Fontainbleau, a Kindred' :Iexicantrojs between us and ( he raised by to-morrow morning at 8 o' alt"rtss and 13 private!, the remainder taken fence, the failure of the mail. ten. I I of violence.!
seated wall fired the clock will be supplied with arms and prisoners. Gen. Taylor, this 28tl repeated They
mm upon a at kinz.I l'aylor's camj; express made :large circuit they on day, are informed that in three months there has \alamurS at the distance we are now
I Hi fitnily were with him. Several 'hallstnick to them. We have been up all acroutremnts.and will take pa"s'lp on boaidhe engages with the enemy. His whole force not been more than two mails. The from it, appears to cover a larpe extent cf

% in-ide the cariiage, but noon was in. night with arms in our hand, expecting an steamer Monmouih now l llln,1 for Point (If fighting m n will! not number 3OOO.-his reason assigned 14f the contractor regular is, that itwas ground, with some 'handsome buildings' bu I
jured. The assassin was arrested. His name auack." Isabel. N. KIN'SBIRY, motto i is "conquer or die.'" The United States' impossible to cross the watercourses Would invigine the greater portion of them to

is L *conate. lie is an old General], guardian Requisitions for troops have been made I by Lieutenant U. S. Army. troops are eager for the fray. J.;***** the same time and place, settlers, with their-at f be indifferent' one sforr houses, with roots of ..

I of the forct.The (;en. Taylor: on Texas and Louisiana, which families, cart and Mock, straw, and walk of mud or unburnt britk.
Oregon question continues to he a 'i, doubtless be responded| to promptly. Corretyondentf of the Tropic. THE SURPRISE ANt DEFEAT OF C.u'TAIN'rJsoRrox.1he day. The Grand Jury would were recommend crossing every lha'fthe During peace the population is said to be fire
t fruitful of discussion with the British BRASSOS ST. IACO, April 27. following interesting letter,
source legislature of the latter State, with a be or 8ilt thousand, but it is now to overflow
The of Mr. Webster By the Augusta I Ilent some of the items giving a brief account of the surprise and de. contractor removed, or heuihfined "bvIhe filed
journals. speech and you with
patriotic promptitude highly creditable, forth- Post Master Gemral I for this willful neiflct. lag troops. Report say frm fire to lea
of Thornton is from
the propriety of settling the dispute upon the with [pas.ed a Iil! anpropriating One Hundred now tran'pirin: around this interesting spot. fat Capt. a source which *P thousand of all sort, regular and militia. The
1 Luis of 49 much commentedon. the The opinion is fast gaining ground here that be relied on :
c'egreet were to equipment and number I presume is much
pro.
11wuf/llol1rs The "er.r
Grand
The London Time!, bv some! called the ironing troops that might be rnusterwd! :he imbecility of the Mexicans has been greatly Correspondence of the Picayune. is available Jury find, with regret that there P. S. Since writing the above ooertr.I. an
p I no in the
means for the
I organ of Lor.l Aberdeen though: it j ic ni"r iWO! serx'ice, and rendezvous I' were at once u\-erratlJ: This is the theatre of real war CAMP OPPOSITE MATAMORAS.Airil > of the County ment has taken place between a engae.
: : of the lIuci' JII's I j not paperqunbb'e.s! but is lh? seat of tlcommencement -* 20, l' 16. promotion cause of education.: Thev ,
probably mou'h-piece { Bay pc-ned for the lecer.tion[ of ooillutefr ll ti t I $ would! r"'comni* n.t\ tint the land' and fun-Is! in.. of our cavalry, and the Mexicans, in which we
I Company, i is as bitter as ever in deriding and sincerely i to he hoped that a sufficient force of a sanguinary conflict and GENTLEMEs-Knowing that in the pre. I tended fair that be i were worr..d.Sn the war has actually commenced
::1 opposing the American title north of Columbia nay reach the scene of acli(1 in lime to sate one it is feared of more importance nnrl Ion. ent excited stale of t the public mind us regard : into!a train purpose which, as the early as po-si- and fW birdes! lust fend off."
.r. by and
put orphan
river and thaI latitude. get duration than has been anticipated ; but (jilt Mexican affairs and the of -.' -
t tUtes: 49 was as far the "aihiit army that has, we must think, been wpan' our lip' the have their
,;' as the original::; claintofthe! United States extended 60 i iiprcpeih and injudic.iuusly, place l in peril. the fircc i is at an en'I nlthp curtain has ri. Ie army that most exaggerated reports creep,) I tivated.poor may mental faculties cul CoiTctpcnJtnee of the Picayune.

I and that line had never been conceded The New Orleans Bulletin says that .I I. hen bloody' with carnage, the openjng of a into the public, print, thereby carrying with The Grand informed HAVANA, -priI4, 1346.
; by the British statesmen. If concede! INS from authentic American sources in Mat. drama! almo unexpected, and our country already !. them sorrow and anxiety into the bo'om of I individuals Jury in are the that there are'ever Dear Pic : Our holidays are just otts, and

.. now, the Tirn.s claiirts the 'freedom<< of the Co. amoras Mate that the Mexican forces are at mourns the loss of somo of her finest the friends and relations of many otct'r I visible of County that Ila\f no. business is again begining to b brisk. People

1 l1m'ia. the uh. "ie Vancouver's It-land and least 1 8,000' () men, well equipped, with an exc and hraieht (.tcrr. ', deem it my duty' 10 give "\ou a hasty correct recommend means support.t bat,! the Justices They would of the t therefore I are slowly returning tbe conlr.
z the Straits of Fuca, "with Hi!) indemnity to the ,'J' *nt p-irk of artillery." So formidable! a On Thiirwlay 23,1 Get,. Ta\lorrjceiv. | account of the capture of Capt. Thornton ane would enforce the law in relation Peae Among utbt'r Santa Anna and are
I Hudson's Bay, Company for resigning their force as this, more (than probable' ,commanded, cd information that a body of the Me icin I a Mjuidron of the 21 J Dragoons by a of' in all the districts where such to vagrancy. cock fighting at Guine;. The following are
"t t pos' cxi, by experienced European officers should: Army had crossed Ihp Ri> Grand; ; sorne distance I 201)0 Mexicans under the command of Gen.Toirejon. found. indi'irual:are among the on dits: That on SOtli. a
'-4 The London Examiner above' the encampment. Early the Gen. the 21th I meeting of the held
says England loves not be despised, nor undervalued. Discipline TaJlnr, on had! The Grand conspirators was at Vera
I but i is ready t lor war. cannot always uu-\ictory, against a great following; morning.! Captain Thornton, and received a report tlatt'c' enemy were crossing Clerk's Jury books stale, with pleasure, tha'ie I I Cruz, and they split among themselves a to
I,. part I records and
present
: I Iror Ie'and the news is distressing. In disparity of numbers, and while we have every Hardee of 2d Light Dragoons, will a Company the river above this camp. Capt. Thorn all his are in good county order. The Pros. I I I I whom they should pace' at the head of the
.t of 70 men, were patched by Gf> ton! wilh his command paper. one was in favor of
ore ffTir.rJrytbe: peasantry, unable! confidence that our gallant army will never I. was sent out on the dent of the Board' government ; party Santa
I ofCounty j
I. to rtktst longer the cravings of hunger, have hrink from a contest, still i i is sheer reck- Taylor to reconnoitre above, and Capt. Kerr evening of the 24'h to examine the country made Cnmmisioner the ,\nna.and the other decatedihat his star w
5 broken into the of the same regiment with Company to recoiiniiitre above and whether there a very satisfactory report on subject !set-lhat Almonte! the ris'-.T
khops and helped themselves. lessnes''thus to expose them to even a chanceof a see was any truth or f the County funds.In was : Run of Mex-
,! The town of(orrel is in a state of siege: defeat. below the Encampment. The lat in the report. His command was composed! leave of Honor the co, that would bring her salj! uut of
taking Grand
and the ter returned without having made discov.err. of Capt.; Hardee, Lieut. Kane Lieut. Mason your I difficulties. But both parties that
: poor starting people are only kept The Governor of this, State (says the Bulclin any I Jury tender their thanks for the valuable plain: agreed war
4 1 down by fear of the 'bayonet. 1 ) has i issued 'his pioclamation for twogty- I ;sergeants 4- corporals. 1 InigJer! and 49 pri. and pointed charge delivered to them. ,They I with somebody was tbe only means of getting
Mr. IVel stated in the House of Common, five hundred volunteers, and the soldiers ate Tho former division fell in with what he I vates. His Mexican guide returned this morning if laws i any money fur the aimy-bear in mind that
trust
t. Ihtlhe suffering condition of ihe country had already 1 in the street, and making the most ac. I consideted to bo a Kcouting party of the enemy : stating that he had been attacked at eight efficiently r. our wholesome that the are thus is ably and I nearly all the persons present were officers.
I'j, lentheotjecto1the' attention of the Govern tive preparations for dep uturr. They will but which proved to be the advanced o'clock on the morning of the 23th by a large when enfnced. manifest day not distant Not being able to settle upon the person who

< ment by night:: and by day. leave in the course of twenty.four hours. guard of a strong body of the enemy who number' of the enemy,and that the whole command the mental wi moral a condition improvement in I should be placed! at tbe head of affairs, the
: In there left held a situation in the cliapperel dt" I : of the popua.! meetin hmkf Alimmfn. ., A ..
: miny cases were no potatoes immediately was captured or rn'Jlc. The guide '. -- nn--- --'---- r.r t.n"rs* ..* .
:1 t .. -in none wil the fast perilling root be Fiom the Galcftton'nes-Extra.TitfBsUAY in the rear of Gen. Taylor's camp. Captain warned him that he was the vicinity of the U''f tUI ,,.,} I after for this place! on a pretended mission to
The Grand
found after first n l May. Th accounts Morning, .\priI30Ib. Thornton charged upon the guard, contrary to I enemy and refused to proceed. Ho waited I anti readiness Jury were manifested pleased with the attention I France. On arriving here, he gave out that

':j' every where speak of increased distress. A On Thursday morning, 'J.'Jtl: a :I.ict tho advice of his Mexican guide! and on following until night and none of the part coming in, citor to aid them in the by the Soli. his health would not allow him to proceed 1I I
laws
:1'[:' Casllebar paper says : The gaunt and long camp into Gen. Tailor'* camp and reported the enemy, Captain Thornton was !I he returned home. About 11 tins morning a enforcing of the never saw him looking bettei-and that bit

t: dreaded scourge has at length: broken fnh.t4 20'JU Mexicans crossing the river some tweny surrounded' II}the enemy} who fired on private of ihe party was: brought in in a cart. I lan.l.The Grand Secretary would! proceed lo .'rancp; insteadof
recommend .
that
these
From every part of he country we hear the iuilesal>o\c. Tllatalcrulul Captain Har- kil'ing! as is "UII"I si'd, (apt"llornrun. Mm'j He was wounded. Tho lan who brougl.thim Jury pre.Ilenlml'nts that his Secretary quietly Santa
( be and pkell
of the
dreadful l accounts. Even in Tarlough, ecand TIlrton were sent with two companies Cain and ) and some of was tile hearer- of a nAte from T.. .;ir>ii puLlisht'c a copy presentment Anna's despatches, and returns Cruz. r
1'j :. many m.n inhabitants are without food, and the of cavalry, sixiy-three men in all, to''and i taking! Capt. Hani e and the remainder I to G t'n. Taylor, the amount; t-of which;i was that;:; I in to the irregularity I It is said they anticipate tbat the revolution \
''t j.. wretched sufferers are in rain endeavoting] to reconnoitre. On Friday morning they Jell of I he command prisoners. II on Ihe score of humanity ho claimed! the of the mti, be forwarded to the Post Office would take place on the 3J inst..or soon ibere.

.1 ., get provisions that their children may not die. nlo an ambu of the enemy) when Licut.Cain The Mexican commander sent in a cart to privilege of sending into him two dragoons, I Department. after; and that, should the American fleet
Tie latest accounts from Spain announce and thirteen men killed, C.tpt.'humton Gen. Tajlor'* camp with a soldier badly I who were wounded in an engagement brought (Signed) JOHN B. ALLEN, not prevent it, one of' the Mexican war steamers .

it. the gratifying fact that Narraez has been driven missing, and Capt. Hardee and forty I wounded, with a message that lie had notravelling on by a charge from an American cavalry Foreman.: would be sent up immediately: for Santa
1 out of the country. He has fled to the lit men prisoners. On Saturday ahlernootithe hospital with him. and could not officer against his command of 200 men, as STATE OF FLORIDA!, Anna or Almonte,as circumstances may turn.

South of Frnct. Toe liberty of the press Mexicans tent in a wounded mir who I give him the assistance his: situation required. he had no flying hospital." He then spoke of Circuit Court IhLLBORn1GI, April Term CoUTTT, 1S3P. )) Here there is no doubt both will go back logether -
k has been restored, and the outrages on popular made the above report. These Mexicans, its There is no doubt the detachment of the enemy tbe rest being prisoners and said ''they would Present his Honor THOMAS HALTRELL., Judge.A let whichever be proclaimed chief. J
;; freedom, which this licentious and unprin. stated, were commanded by Canales and I eat of the Rio Grande, consists of fully be treated the consideration due prisoners true copy of the presentment : The Hitpano-momrtrchico seemsto
party
ciplcd despot |rpclrafcd, are being softened, Jarabajal. 2,500 men, commanded lij Colonels Carascoand of war, agreeably to the custom of civilized Witness my hand as Clerk of the said Court, hare got the go-by. The great difficulty
I or in some degree atoned for. Nothing else After the fight the Mexicans on this side ofthe I Carrujabal, bold and intrepid officers of nations." From the wounded dragoon this 18th day"of April, A. D., J6. was found to he the bringing over the officers
of im, r"ncc. river were largely reinforced, and have i experience and ability ; and were the whole II we obtained the following! facts : That the E. A. WARE-, Clerk. ol tbe army ; they veryjustly saying that if a
_ _ 'V Letters from Constantinople of the 27ih surrounded Gen. Tailor's camp. cutting off all I atmy officered I by such men as Carasco, as 1 I charge wus made in open ground ; that when European prince was Ilacton tbe throne of
1', z March, anrounc that the Ahhazez, an independent consnsuaicaion with Point Isabel, at which know him person fly, we should not be uponan the command "charge" was given, but a few GRAND JURY ROOM 14th Mat,'1846.- Mexico, a 'legion foreign would immediately .
i tribe Circassians, had rejected the i pacc! i is the train,and dl of the stores belong I! unequal footing.: .There is no doubt their of the enemy were seen but as thejda>hedoera Quincy, Gadsden co.. Flor displace them, ofcer they should lose
---- ; i offers of Russia for peace, and joined Sebawl.J lug to the army-Gen. Tailor not having on I I object is to rut off all communication, with IJitbl! whole command presented themselves To the Hon. GEORGE W. M'RAE a Judge of all hope of prt'l rent. Here every thing
..a. J 1and over ten da)'. provisions. There areat Point Isabel, this being the general depot of ; they were fired upon, and immediately the Circuit Court of Florida, now presiding continues in its usual quiet state.

BLOCKADE ix THE :MEXICAN GULF.-The 1'.ilt Isabel 00 artillcry-men, 20 dragoons, provisions for the American army ; they have surroundtot and taken prisoners. He does not in Quincy-
- 4 1 v. brig Equity, Capt. Place, arrived yesterday bo'jt 'JoO tcauisleiF, and about 150 citizens succeeded, and consequently placed the,American \ became Capt. Thornton. Capt. May it please jour Honor :-We, the un. The trial Francis Thomas late Governor .

: brings informal thai when off Matamorcm, ard laborers ; and the entrenchments not hall army in a precarious situation. It will Hardee and Lieut. Masou are prisoners, and dersigned. Grand Jurors of the county of of Maryland, for a libel on Col. Benton,
- p with the intention of entering. on the 17th imbed. be utterly impossible for Gen. Taylor to flee are al well. He reports Lieut. Kane as shot, Gad dcn. through our Foreman: most respect. is now before the Circuit Court of \Vashin.tout .
*;., inst., she was oieihaujed by the U. S. Brig The steamer Monmouth landed Mr.f Cater, his way along: the dreary ohapparels! in and is feared he is kiled.! Ten men were fully tender to your Honor our thanks for the city. The proceedings of and Satiirday .

tf.tH. Lawrence, and ordered the coast. on the night oldie 2tflh, at Port ihe enemy are strongly posted. His coin- kiLed. Before the, cart left, one of the two courteous, dignified, and truly able charge, were founded upon a motion mado by
[X O. Jffertonian o April 29. despatches from Gen. Tatlor. cain : on Gor. mand cannot exceed 2,300() men. len mentioned died. Front the note of Gen. delivered to us by you on last Monday. Gen. Jones to the Court, to issue a commission
'1 4 --1 '- H.il.CfOI 'for 40 companies 00 Gen. Taylor has an excellent position in T., it seems thai he accuses Capt. Thornton I Discountenancing, and heartily deprecatingall to take the testimony of an important wit-
: Columbus lo/un/ccrf.- company, num. men each, 20 of the companies to l he mounted the rear of Mntarnora, and can hold his pod.tion ol' having charged upon him. One can hardly and every act that might in the letist tend nt's Mrs. Linn Missouri, who, it is alleged
t bring filU-seven men, bn. been made up in men, to rendezvous at Corpus Christi, \ht'nthl'y ag.tinal the whole Mexican army combined conceive of such madness us charging 200mf'n lo bring the fair fame of the citizens of Gads- is prevented by indisposition from attending

_ _ 1 I .. 1u.'y bare'tendered their services wi b mustered into service and supplied and his batteries can range the city in an I with 63, and it is fair to presume that he den into question we to the whole world personally. The motion, which also embra.
: fr to ,', as volunteers in the \ pro'iliontbe foot companies will hour. Most of the citizens have left Mala-'' was surrounded and charged to cut his way publicly disapprove and indignantly condemnthe ces the postponement of the trial until the next
war against Mexico, ad hod! themselves in rendezvous at Galveston where transportationwill moras, and Gen. Tavlor has said that when through. Time will clear it all up. The late unlawful and high handed infringe. term, was ably and earnestly supported by
_ ?** readiness 'o march lo'.the assistance of our be furnished. The steaiirr Augusta was the regular soldiers (ifS Mexico were seen on capture nf Captain Thornton's party. and sad ment on the laws of the land. Messrs. Jones and Maulaby tor Ibe
Rfe gallant army on the Iio Grande, at a mo to have left the Brassos St. lago on Monday the east side of tbe river he would destroythe death of Lieut. Porter, and murder of Col. Next to love and obedience to the Giver oral and ably and eloquently resisted by the def"nct Hon.

ment's mr tw J. S.j Calhoun. E. of the night for N. Orleans with Gen. Taylor's call I city. His batteries are to he ready on Cross,are rather melancholy commencements laws, we should cheerfully,to the last hour the Hon. Mr. Critteaden,
p Columbus Enquirer, heads the list.POOK on the Governors of Louisiana, Mississippiand the 27th complete.. Gen. Taylor has in camp of the war. I say trar. for there is no doubt our earthly rlstence preserve iuvio/ate} wadiThomlwl. the partoflh, U. SIatf'
__ K. 1 Alabama for 8,000 troops. Should immediate ful rations for 15 days, which be thinks can of its existence and that unless an armistice that liberty we conferred upon ourselves The argument Fl'ndal not concluded when the:
_ r 'MAW.-Aw! uijhappy man, out west relief not be sent to Point Isabel i made to last 30, by which time he is in is signed in ten days'we must hare some hard by our Constitution and Laws.We Court adjourned wa on Saturday. The National
_ _ p. on teeing the remains ufbis wife lo'ere into will most probably fall into the power of : hop. to receive larger reinforcements from fighting. The enemy aro collecting in some again presenttoyour Honor our sincere Intelligencer, : .

_ _ the grate, "llime v ith'tears eyes : enemy)', with all the army stores, and the des of Texas and Louisana, upon ouch considerable numbers, and their force acknowledgments, and our thanks to THOMAS We noticed says in the Court room on Friday
.\Vel 10 cows, but I never had any truction of the wboe) army follows. of which States be has made a requisition for may be estimated with safety at 5000. Gen. JEFFERSON HEIR fir his ind ratiKa. the Hon. Senator Benton, his lady
_ ct the like thisi! Gen. Taylor's works in front of Matamoras ihe equipment and transmission! to Point Isabel, Taylor is rapidly pushing forward his fieldwork !>Ie and exertions in bringing the and morning two daughters; ex-Governor McDowell,

i .Tender hare! man IDARKG 'would be complele on tbe morning of the of four full regiments of Militia. and I understand has sent for 4000 vol. transgressors of the law to justice. his lady and daughter, (the late wife of tbe deendant .
28th, at U was expected the fire It is thought by the superior officers of Gen. unteers-two thousand from Louisiana and WILLIAM MUNROE, Joseph another
tme ,) lady, Judge Legrand,
..t ROBBBBT.-The of Mr. Fran would the Taylor's that 20.000 men will be from Texas. Chandler John G. Rawls, Alex. Henry. e
________ are b opened on city. Troops shouldnot army requir. two I tbeli give us a fair Baltimore, and other distinguished
,t cis Stein, Watch malfer l weIr, in a the call of the Governor,as it wouldbe ed within a verYlhor period, a it is well fight, we do not ability to whip them ; Robt. W. Tucker, William Blafor JamesE. strangers. I\er

_______ __ F' )feting. n.a Queen4t., was enterd J last a week before it can reach this place, but known that Meican army daily receiving but if th'ey are going to a second editionof Condry Christopher C. ,
!:v .robbed of 15 ,!vcr Watches, 6 Glod hJrry to the relief of Point Isabel, by saving large reinforcements from the in'erior. the tear, it will be a very annoying M. Jeter, 1eu Harr.1elfo JohnM. The Legislature of Connecticut have coo.en .
____ ; do 82.51u money a batik cbeck for 845. and that place, only will we hare it in A our powerto It[ was supposed by the American ofcer that affair. l'l Walker, Wii HoweU John all democrats to the various offices la the

:. ; a number of watch keys s The premise we r render the Amy timely assistance. Texans 1 Gren. Arista reached Matamoras o evening Yours, ver truly, Smith, jr., H. State there barn ben Q choice> 'br Uxseople. '

_ Anlere through the yaiL-Sosdhern Prioe.I you hare now at last a glorious opportunity of of the 22d, with s large brigade but up \ UENRY, Lt. U. S. A. Dykes James Whaley, William B-jie. Jos. > 0" r -

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HI FLOJRIDIAJT has been 'offered by oMOft'leyrit it important that they are not allowed to too II'
has been offered by Captains volunteer stay rear are both on the lirrr. Seen Iromtlu S A rUOVLAMAR1ON. A bale Mua &..mcicutEcmtdj
commanding long in the boiling y nip-if they do,they can never American side
it l
u t of being fcr
=:=:=:: companies for the return or eventual payment for be properly dried.Abundance rjry appearance Worms,nij bt fond in Dr.Weodn.ftsW1M
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an American town. The streets inter.
.LET 118 Lota: the equipmenti
for their
commands. In F'mC1J11Jj.
i necessary of figs are raised in Florida, without i sect each other
----- at right angles and to
two instance* it Las been appear
hot the
Saturday, mIlT 16. IN
been either neglected or refused them,is in'making use of them u last as they which give the town an air of coolness. and J- taut remedy. It has advanta?** rer many

The War) Sew*. ripen. Fig trees, when kept trimmed and their render its appearance Many other prcparatituu tot Worms front the fact that it

There it no longer any doubt as to the correctness Under this state of affairs, the people of the State trunks white-wsslied beautiful of the very inviting. can be gi,.#n with perfect aiely tg v child of any
are buildings
built
well for shad
u are of bricb and in the
,
a e nor it
w .
of ; ; nece to i
Florida Jn4r Medicine
rj
week that the Men- are give a:'j
their
here l 1t obliged to
received rely own resources -
efthenews upon as ornament. They are of rapid growth, and commence modern style ol architecture The Cathedral, with it, or after it. a-i u cerates npun the bowels

cam have commenced the war on the Rio Grande 7Tbe They will do so, while the Government bearing quit. young The cutting. it set (uI Market and b tildings occupied by the mitarJI;! carrying away the \Urra and de.ll1hllg the boWels

* account we publish this week fully conSnn: continues to extend to then. such injustice. But to in the winter, will put out in April or May, and are among the finest. The dwellings of the BY AARON V. BROWN of unhtralthy secretion- at the name time.
consider do thu, we must be .J trial f if, ire thnk, will iff action
t.
thoight to united and pee
has Vigilant -
t cl. Mexico proper patriotic bear in two We classes
the We years. hope the recipe above will poorer are constructed with cines, Governor of the Stat of Tennett any one. It may not cure nfl1 'a00l". but sock 1.

kerfflf azgnevfd by the $ion of Texas with the may be in no immediate darger from fun without be presned, and practiced upon brush, mud, and the like materials, and are: To ill who shall see these Presents-CRCCTING"II'HERE : four confidence in it. that we are willing to wi!r nt

States and sappos.og het honor wounded ; and while we are prepared for foe within our Mexican. its beni-jittwg in instance, the
rjaited essentially The town formerly con \S, It has been made known to me tfj.tv every or money will

tbit outrageous insult have been offered here and homes and fire-sides tisy be safe and secure But FROM I NEW OHLEAXS. I tamed. double its present number of inhabit T a certain JAMC.JUC'iIolC stands charl'd with t be.refunded.

thattbe hu been deprived of her territory she has change the scene, and w ce u our protection We hare been politely furnished by Mr. JB. I ants and was a place of some importance.This .- basing cummitted foul atrocious murder on tneKth ;rin,CERTIFICATES.TV. : Dear Sir I base. 1 ad
There day of November, Is4\ the body cf WILLIAM a negro
take n? irmi to punish our country fcr the injustice must be organization thorough %nd efficient GAMBLE, with the follow!! ing extra from the rapid decline is owing to their internal H NORMIN, late of our upon county '" Sumner-, child that has been sick for some time Net knewin .

which it thus alledged' hate been perpetral- and immediate-and nnder the late law, and the recent Tronic office of the 9th received commotions, and the growing indolence of the has fled trim justice, and i* now runtime at lan c; what was the matter with it, t>e J. d|>frty! rrurhgiteii :

: rd. The nncertamtv whic$ has for vera'; months.. election of field officers,must this organization by the mail people. The citizens are all under the rule Now, therefore, I, AARON V BROWN,Governor up doing any IhiLg for it ; howcvrr.u a Ustre

take place In of Thursday morning. The Walker a, a'oresaiJ: by virtue of the and authority in ort. we concluded h' try sme <,fy< ur H'vrmfpreiff
unngover our relation* with'this unhappy Republic, a few days or weeks at most, in all m n of the military and are obliged to provide fori power I bc'Uormj
thmkii.cit
ted. d. offer REWARD OF HVFHUNDRED prt bally might Hat
me te ) hereby a
We hate the end and the the Regiments througlfcut the State the tioned below is known to of citizens hem. Th
j at last remored n>w 'I entire peo- many our i military is supreme, and the orders DOLL \K* .hereby revoking all former had reduced it tuiinch-accnrdm/lt wrccfsmcnridgivm

biSinning-the end cf painful doubt .the beginning o' pie in the several beats in each, will have to elect hating resided here several' years ago. of their General!, Mejia, are law. rewards offered) to any pence) or persons who may ; our "Specific,"(which, by the t.y e.sou have

; sad and item reality-the end of a war of words,the Company Officers The duties of Company officer He is brave and intrepid and has had apprehend laid James Dinning, and deliver Inn to, rightly named) "h n. a.toni,hirg to tetl.itccm-
many Fur the Flondtan. menced passing Worms, and continued
trjinnmgof war ofsword-the end cia scene of are more than the mere oreamzation of the Militia the SnrniTor Jailor of our county of Sumner in order doing 5. fir
hair-breadth escapes from Mexicans and Cu It is bel veil am'me superstitious persons that the that justice in that b hall may be had and executed Y'r"l da I,c.r.t': it had paired more tItan tire hundred
fraternal re.union-thr beginning violence to tear They hare control of the Patrol in their several some of tl .'ma foot cr more in I-r>zth, ct! cts
manches
under: the parties thus re.nitd. : commands Good and effcient men should be selected : Clue Jay visits the infernal regions every Friday eve- Iv testimony whereof, I have hereunto set t""i- ted and knotted together in bat baits, go that

I Upon Mexico rest the awful responsibility of this I to fill these offices. There is an other consideration Ft'on the Tropic Extra, M"y 9. rung The follow waj the song of rne just after mv hand: and caused the (:rt'at Seal of the they could not be separated without cutting them

which should induce best To Arms to trms his return from that land. I1" ".J State lobe affixed at Na,h.illeon the 21st ar>at. Kn jw in- that a Worm Med.cine .> vataablaa
cur inturnicd.most
nr. Whatever mv be its results however disistroni. voar ha. to he.would tx b
f'tindrfd-1
SOVG. day of April, 1--';. proven n-e > ,
; however afflictinzto hum-mtv. and whatever I. elicient and most intelligent citizens to fiforu n. LATER FROM THH- --- -An--..\-".'.. \RON V. BROWN it they onl knew of virtucn.1 f hat:
; didates Company: offices Under ;the I Constitutionof Come, gentlcnrii and ItJif'1' all, 15 i this certmcite, v that all know whera
; Eiy be its bad effects upon the, procres* ol ciwlizatun 10 O'CLOCK A. :M. r", rncthn strange tn tell the Governor may

f for all this she will harp to give a solemn reckoning I the State. no person is eligible to a Staff appoint. The schr. Mary Clare, Capt. Griffin, has Which learn'd;at llal''I ball,, JOHN S. 'iot.xo Secretary ol State.DESCRIPTION to tnd a medicine that can be r'lie. 'i M.JO'3l'U SHIPPEY.!

Every thing which oud: be honorably' attempted ment unless he hoids; a commission in the line,- just arrived from Brazos Santiago. \\her last I was in hell Columbus. July 2'J, b *5RCMACKABLE .

: by our Government t to avert the coll:siou of I The General and Field Officers look to those competent The Man Clare-l left ihe Br.I7IIII;' on the JOthtilt. When mother Nature first began" *v.id Dinnm wife u lined to be with him -

":. hu been done. Negotiation )has been tried, to fill such appointments. to place thfmscltes : ., and reports: thaI Cantam Wal'.er!! with The seeds of htri to O\\, He had colored hit hair black has a scar on his left CCnE Or TEJIIA, OR TAPE WORM.

or rather an offer to negotiate has been mid-, but in a jK sition to receive hem : and they confidentlt Sp.Tenl\.fin men of ihe Texan She thought that "m"nz>t the best for man fore hn ir aS-. it two inches in:, rar-smz with In* Thisistocertify.tliat I have made use of Dr \\' -
calculate Rangers uere Would be the later" 0 fi'izer towanls his wrist:, has t blue ete. lair sk.n u rufWorm SpwriSc" >n my family in wcral ca-
then
without. any good resnlt The ofer w a* rejected unon Itllow citizens to sustain themin nearly all killed or t:men prisoners on the 23tl) about tibefeet and ten or eleven inches; hish,weigh* HS, w ith the Lanpit-t, er.'t. In erie case it brought

ex: pf upon su-h terms a it would hate been did.refuI I' their endeavors to place their new State on a respectable tilt, about twenty miles above Point Isabel, bj Twit Just.fmin"wn.the 3"d ground when the to sprout began about I f'or 70 pound,,has an upper looih out(cit ncr away immediately some fifty ll'omi of the kind '

on our part to a'cept-those terns being footing with their neighbors We trust a superior force of Mexican troops, am xiitin; She sit the dt il and his rlanY peep an etc tooth cr the one next to it.) and hit mouth railed .iocuril-IuI I its roost remarkable effect was
their anticipation will be realirtd to tthotione thousand-fixe ttic" (.ut a little when talking. He also his f rsas "dablttd! in anotler case, a girl of rather delicti '
unplt, to consider of the grievances of our enemtjtbout hnndied. roin harm the shout to keep.
on his f et. caused bv an axe : one was ratherbetween health, wh complained prtttv cocstactly of her
bin; allowed to have ('J cwn made I hf I It ha been generally remarked that the Militia P. S. Since writing the aIIC.vt"! we I learn Now Satan sowing thit to be bis big toe awl the one next to it. ranuinz aSd..men. P.t."iDj .Ati>tie i th.t she h;.dbetc'trcublnlw :

jvaj-ct: ot n.uiry. What.ufdc thi stvte of thn.rs. organization of the United States is worthless and that Cnpt.ui Walker with: three men. suc. A frtrit did incline toward to:s and-. and tin doer onw." oi the. in- ith Worms ot!some kind,we sdn::ni-t.red the "5pecinc -

our Government to do \fxIl dd: not care. inefficient Thf remark is true perhaps, to a put tended in reaching Point Isabel, at (four o'- Said to hi- elan"Thi04 d,>nt suit me," side nf his lint, rinsing Irom near rn ariCie: l boric 11 I, ,*" url tf. our astonispseni. it brouzhf frees Mt -:

,I extent. Cut there Clock P. M. And timii.il tj a tine. litile tuward his ">ts. Ht H about :2- tearold. a uiim'trr of. j ecii rj Tape "'"nll. treat two to
several
are honorable and on the 2-th ulf.:
wc-ld not wait to Determined how I prai evnr'hy and immediate.I I '
i-e
ft. any Hi* wile i'4l vuman .f ood counteraru ha six "r euht incnes in lerurtb Since that time, her
stern( and wickedly' deterined to get up a war, exception t. cur verona Unottlrd \\e 1 applied to MJJ. Thomas for four men. and But hotd! re thu. I atippose, blue ctc'. far:: sin, ratliT dark: hair and a little in- health ha roi ..iJ.'ru1''v imirutti'! ; ami I ha rnod

I. she bzini it as soon ts her convenience:JIHWK As | w H venture two at least : Site S'atts rf Ms"achuetTsard announced his; deter mi nit ion. to proceed to \Vhs.I Vonuul.. took like ruht bttwi well to his know toes : cline l to b
Uen. T.nlor's I n When lat hear' of he brfn-n hnr. much to boo d'r ltd Von The S .. fir"
South was riding bjy ( in
Carolina a
c | Themilnaof these St or die if '. i'
'
to show how littl- st1t! regard the trout le 8* tics camp; in : a m,>f. And cnrfJ it over, O '
i I : '! with an t are organized, n.fl: drilled and Fclnw.Ciizrn\i-III! ill another
brate itctfe-
quipped- !
that threaten to existing '
porn: sab\ertlhe powers. ; Now a-t et'tT\ nor ni<>.t dearly sees with ilincs a n. \'; s'dJle rh!t werr list seen nea remedy for \erlJ:!.
I and l irebode an endie: senas of retolnions he ,I and patriotic and would do their country' honor, unr'er merit to arm and proceed to clu'tic the ;per That it w.n atan, O, Salem Nor'h: Carolina JOHN J. LITTLE.

aaircf one of the irrKt pow I I their gallant oficTs. whenever their services fidious Mexicans, who range nor It'rri'rr, Wln niad.from vines to-itradof tree, Ma> 11.1"1';. 4' 4t Whitevillt, Harm Co,Ga, Jan 10, 1"-I:.

J pmpulyaz: : the earlh'I Wit is thi!? 1* it wan. I I might b; called (cr. rr the exigences cfthe country and thu take the lives of o-ir 'b'a\e men who, The" ta'er.u" all to grow, III fli<> CiTiiit Court of tin WOODRUFFS

ton dlrtar of tlie pace of nations. ? El.c, wIn I: re ,uired the should volunteer have rallied on the fmntier in lh"ir c.iti'Itry'ni They mst thank him and then thank me, MIDDLE: CIRCUIT I IN AND FOR GADSDEN

not st least hear what terms Cpr Goternm \:uldc5cr The ta'es: of Louiia'1a.: Alabama, Georgia, Ten- ( rer- ice. TO ARMS then n't>out delay;". Tt do.botn Justice, 0mr Joseph Wlit.3mu-cl RebeccII Williams 1. DYSENTERY r CORDIAL.I
he .Id and 1 lIeU
to sittle! all the pel.n3 difficulue' betweenthe I' nebs"e. KentiW.v, and r hers, hate on more than I 1 I Be prompt; to aten o, and rallwrn. i $ ardor to Or you'd t n m'*cr known 'ye\; so his wile, Peter T. .;.anno, Fur Diarrhea, Diien'aryt Cholera Morbta

two nations one occasion shown their patriotism. and-- hraverv.-- --.- .in- I do gallant seninwr yuur country! John C. Harino ,;nd Maroiret E.liarmo j Cholera. Injanfum. and SuntTnerComplam's

voluntccrn their ;erti-..< in the of frtr Appei u'ed to the above' in the handwriting }. QrFRV. heir of Llias Cariao, deceased -
It nit be very "'l1 for h"r'pjrH>3''', AT Mj o cau>e their Now as my tale Tie 'for. \m laid N In Chancerv. of Children. t

to intend that *Se is 4 ;!.I lj 1jlrt natma *;. eoulIr"uluJte-n ha e always been ready to fill l of< W. II. B-R'iDir. K"ej., f'rtnenly a And your ini:d doth s., incline, James U, Cash William Ho'hnd arih

any repn-ition made "w>n their Do tl1"\} J I Hollind. lU-nj c.rl''t..I From Hen 11. U': IKtliaril. lute L' S. JUi\uttr
1 st she would be *rri cUl to Ime the world Jla'noti"m."m CIIIZPII nfTal'ah'wee!' is the !! me wh the Devil made II;i '
.
following
: at
Sdcli \ the new State of Houdt be negligent of the Th tat"r" !i>rm t a vine NE'IO.V Uilliam It. MrMiIhan! John G. Bdlium.HOt'SE
anm'Cotlur nations would
t9ia so.
a
Lluf Wa'ker! s'aited on the 29th vithi1 menTor tr'//ir, .)/jy I n I. IM'j. 'amp, arid Clurles H Uwjirnt J I II cr HrrRlnofTAT1Tn, >
vraTt her their svmpMhj; ;>rob,blv tlieir heln. pre-ent opportunity cl securing a T effect and cfticienf l he' cam r al'f.f'3f'| to tie! *ati,;ariion ol she Court. hy I Wa-hiretoii, I), (' AI'rill. t"-l' >

Bat it i* hi:dU po ..blrta l prdduce) an impresMtnsobrniJe : I organization The repvctabilitv of the service ** Two D. [,\ sensible Jay, th i'-but there's no senein ln. the affidavit oi c.tu.pLuiant's wI'cjtnr that Jas. I Tir: Jl'vxJrtiJf. My i dear vir : .V few dab, sinca Irece
Thousand
of the'truth The i"of the will and pleasure of our Wlociti Volunteers are now math .. S ..?." Pr haHlt the lallH! of the rer--f"r,1 I). Cash one hf l the d-fen"!1ants l. the bi'l ot com.I j I :ved the Cordial. wh.ch: ytn were good enough to
peaceabl' acquisition c.1Tens. to embark. Abo.il :yi)0 and j vnd me. My friend, Ci 1 Western Jones wonld
,
militia .
Zene believe there w-'l'!I l tic no lack of regulars I 'ilain: fil..d herein, re!id b "tond the! fiN'" of this :j jState
.a: md"ptndl"lllail n.and a voluntary. patty: I spirit ordiuosition I left \\"cJtlt' dat." I 0 niT U A R 1. -- ard within the juriaJiction ol the United j have part of it ; the remainder 1 have laid aside tor

to tnc rurrerder of the lMtill'nnr.t be hdd sit> on the part of our citizen* to render it s. I 'tate*, that is to say within the State, of lexas : // :i iM use when I may need it.
Ue have the material let Internal Died this mJrr.in in thii city CIl\DLCY McKIMMY : On tl;e other I hate added statement of
a-1 derna.dng: reprtbiti Mr\i-o claim- I' 1Ii vail ourselves of it I Impru emeut.I Onlerril, That the said James I) Ca-b do appear I| i'aae a ny
u ti
I .t l :;" .
The law !>. uicient 'or the Let the Since the M mphis C >niciition last h as a Hiu' ye3r. and ;".eatllo or answer the bill of complaint filed I I I ippreciation. of it as a Medicine
tt-1e c rtntrt a* li:r own. it was a claim "llrh I the I purpo"e. \IWOI I year, niu The In nil- of -deceased, ai.n tlie frienltrf.laj :I I ilatin; used the Cordial of Dr M Woodrnf, I

r,' li'l ,,.rld rezvJ'd a< untenable, and Texas pie elect their beat and mos' cf.cient! men as cr>rni I has been said about the incon,;.sfency! of \r! Ca:. : 1.nJ. Latham a e r.'ijun'e:I to attend his : lit rein. or, on that r>r the bef sane<'re the be taken first M.as
.>fEc"r and the law will excite their hour.'siws i on the ubecf internal uneral from tin I'if\ Hotel to.morrow morning at Indard fi h
wtf in fart with bv Hiropein: nations any patriotism ; ot improve slid James D, Ca>h, and the cornpiainants have leave iri-ie 'r SM; affection oi the boweU as
trratt 2 I to d their I mer.ts and 'from this o'clock I \\esom -tim> suffer with in South, I know nothing .
.. arae ao d l inder'endlent natu:n. A claim j duty ; a general charge ot, inconsitenry -.- In 'roC'l'I.r porte: Provided, That a copy of this I "
:1t. against the Uemocra'-y, at all tinie ': order he publwied once a week for four mouths pre. at all dual to it.
nlhout tuit* is fuilt. it tot thin that \\evtf ready to Second I 01 I HENRY W IIILLIARD.To .
Yd.i The C.u'f: Force. change their ,views to suit their roun: QuarH-rl Muetliags I v ii"us tn the Gay at.ir:s,:id, in one ot the newspaper
interests. It i i.
'rcd into the bl.di rrdobl of wsr Our conpU We think it not unlikely (says the Mobile TVi- for TallahasseeDistrict.. I'I published'! m Tal'aLecDatid .

:*'.. "hid, M<-XACO her".ilf his here'oVire ak-! lime oft>efth mst ,'t that l hy this time the UniteilStates' tery well for thiwe who oppose to keep a strict Tallahassee Stati:>n. at allaS.assee, Ma.. 1'I: : I llth May, htt. I I Dr.*V. Woodruff:
watch all Dear >ir : M iciCle son was atacked: with Dy!en-
do .
upon \\f for it is only thus that izned.) GFO AV \CR\E,
our lifan Circuit (
,
at Centf'lIan. .21 {
r-d tobej>i-t, were nt ernii'tcd tn cuter fleet has -j
opened on Vera Cn.z. There about ttieks since I called
lit till tery. ix violently 13
M C. for Gadsden Co.
fjulti Cir
and dpfHwciw: can be expo. od. It is what Monti irello C.rcuit at Lebanon. ::111-:11 I Jude S. presiding in
the d TIl. dAt due for the bot medical aid, without the dieae.
latu arrei.Iing
1"Uf. rje us injuries doubtless be I orr e hot work tnt-re The famous fort Hamilton .' Mount June (. A true Copy :
the -
Democruct are to expect There is a vigilant Zion I \\ hen I had near!* I lost all h'J'f" of ricr.'Irr,, I accidentlv .
isfl.ctfd uon one citun wn a notting in the which protects tint city wa never in better condition :bdl'4ol1hc"I1ollla l'{-11Ihomantille I. r. It 'LIUtI", Clerk.
.: enemy who wilt? b' !nr -to turn t", account came across your Cordial Altei reading
ant 43 4motic
\fesfo TSf rr- Thoma tiHe Mat 10. l.-tl1.
rvt wt unadji ciams for to withstand bombanlmettf. 1K-2..1 Ihe
stil ron the may' commit-an enemy who will jlvta\ 27-2- certiftoate nlemen! whom I see reconimeiid-
fdft't1 i'Jt11C5.flU t b.overo.erl Tt ini.t.ce.d The N" O Bulletin sass the r..J1lo'ingm rttall Tronptili.- Troiiptille, I > -. in: it. I concluded to trY a bottle, and b ran tw give
l put the v rt worst pha-e 111"-- e".>r> act thep('ilor. Warrior M.SSIOT Rxk's, Ju1.t' .. I I
f"l l ic.dm. to onr titt7eThs. for which no rep- \"eisdi l of war are mthf gulf in the vicinity of Vera .'., and the verv widest instruction whatetcr I l"asj Kite the above three or four insertions,and I ja TX months after date, f will present my accounts it bt directions to a'l one mi'rninsrt the disease bre-kfa, awl by

ration has b.*en olered. is to be f..rjftten Hten Cruz : The lli2- ;.np Cum l'rbJd. Corn Connor, upon oblige, tours sincerely, 5 and vi.iicht.rs and make application to the Hon. .I iu. apparance, was entirely
opinions I tliet utter. cured It has re'urned on him twice since, but hu
t.ii1rstjnn cf dutv to G and may Mat 2. I.-t.t P. P. SMITH: p E.ff 'iiLe of Prob !f.' o! Gadien Counlfor letters oft4..i.n
nur "ver m n' djty t the Potnrnac Itantan. J" In! 'darri, Ft .M-iry'-! been stopped u readily as before.Verv .
'hi
u >jfct of internal Daniel
the
I unnrovt-ments. furnishes ,- T.: c--Iind: I w,11 please cr'i't 2S ad-nmi-'rator o.i estate ot
fj-: ci'"c! mn :: .. i' :. '" I I"I.L:, .d "'. 1: I ,r!: L\-:':.c.', &tt4iii :\j..it*.II.IH.| anJ tI:ho i'ier an iinUnce of tin*. The democratic -- G.I Smith, dl'Ce1ied,1ate of sad CountvH rt fprctfullv.

c. nd 1 d,r e"s ttie 'rnn..r (J) of That party is OJ.; J. WM L. B.-\LL.-\RD.
tlC 11xin. lirt! There u also accoidi'i, to the autbo.city. DAIS, Adm'r.
fame pod to s icb Florida Stiprciiie Court rt<*port*
I improtements bv the General Gotcr-- GeoretcwnRandolph Co.,Gi..So(. 10, 1S45.
tlone tnnst to niw v ln-n that it di,.- a n-val force the Western May lli. I.4i. .13 Cm
h I'"ec 10 Tlit strong on coa t mer.t, and Has always resisted action ht Con- published, and fur sile at this Of ire. or by'
any JUST
Hl-d ., tull; b time enough to en-juirc into t"j Mexico ; ,uite iuT.cient with the aid of .American zre H to undertake imprm'l'menls. b-Iietm that the 1'. A. HAYVNARD \olicc.. A fresh sunply of the above valuable rr.t"dicin'J.

p :!? *ic<"of the t.tl VTe hate net "ti* settler in C.lifHllla, to take poasr-Mon of that ronstitiitK' does : Mat r., l In. 42 months after date I shall present final I just receivtd and fur sale bv LenISmes DrugCists .
n not authorize my
it, evrept dr some SIX Tallahassee al. bt R. Manning, P. M.. Man-
(th.efsirdamaods.) Our ind'ilence' of wrong I entire line-verv probabit; too with the free Nationil and vouchers to the Hon. Jude of Probate I ; o,
pjrpo-.cs: I Improvements, which Leon JM B P
are ctional. ATTENTIONCENTREMLLE nin, ton County : Beard M.Micco-
ta.S Seen cut and thouzh had in and for the Ci'untt 1,1 Jtflerson, and apjilt
worn ; we just cause f seT.? of it inhi'utants Wf trust our \'es1.l in cf1n.1
bencfittinzonlt sookie, Leon Ccnntv S. F. Miccr ockis
rue State, rr a ftw. should lor dis"har Adtnini-trator of the estate of Joseph ; ; B'irney ;
a
I Ittnczsgiventoconsidercl "
cfwirz!'er a rernsil to receive our Mini' ter. \et Gulf did rn.t allow the Mexican Meamer of war be made bt' "Iurh State a Samuel Pxileston, lruei! Mnntictlio; John G.
deceased
rr States The whole people Manning, late of said Count
the matter. Tlc ofinjag : cently pretended to have been sold to a mercantile would not b" taxed ROBERT C. HIRST. I (;unr., Merchant Qu. c'v .; Zabtul fletcher P. M.,
or m-d to work for the
benefit
Chin Hill Gaddea Joshua Davis rf Gadi-
part has the .rcnce. sod heaped houv in Havana to leave the of Mexico Jeflerson Courtb I lo, t"4.43 omJsLMMLK County : ,
ar:1alr 1j j Jlrl I. r f a few is tie democratic principle In conformity J elm n County ; 1.). Baker. P M Chzttahocchie, and
ii! intended
\ wj a ni-1, with this principle we uy that the National KL1KLA1. Wm Pows ra, Merchant, Mar.anna.Mev .

Cvdand mankind! by b-cinuirs the warP i to pet the ve-sel out cf port without onjwiTion .. treavirt should not lie drawn upon tn aid in a Sfte n, 1S46 42

'e it sn Ourcou'itry: h.!now an o!'port:in:tv to I in ordertofit theta for privateers. If u-h 11llieca work, and the cart Late a..ti-d in thi belief R'. LOWER )US ER.\L SPRIXG. ftnlicr.SIX .

."f redress for her nlm.rlll and I 1.tvror''j <.. ard they hate caj', th'y could be inide: cently, the jbjtct La. been .,ruuht before Congress months after date, the undercig"'t'du.Jnis-

"f hne a weak nation contend ? kkilliul hand, mc..1 rhirtotis in-trunients rf
in certJi-i) bills to grant land to ome of the States cf Jtrtm:ah Bentley. deceased late of

. tEiabl.r.o d..ing grom da-nae' to the riiht of our ansjf tapcet' cur .rr m-rc ir, tl.e Gulf. for. the piirjwvt of aidutz if:tin in t'ie! cnn5tru'-ti,'n Jefferson County, will present their account and

ft: !- ad it a. but proper site 51.ml Lc tlgt .railroads I GREYS. toucher to the"Judze cf Pr.I.alt' rf sa-d Ccunty
IrJWe: leara from t'ttf! r.-nijcoli Gazette of t'ttItihiiKt i.r, and because the }"mOl"raI str- subscriber bees leateto not.tv: his friends
and ask for from said admini
I Lot: fch co"dc-t h., : and ordered to meet at u"I1.11 THE a discharge traticn.
\TOr an htielit -
your
.il fe\'er mr.rt tertf .,that M I"J, \V. i!. CHASE arrived iii that city orted til-'blili they are charged with deserting : I ground on :M..nri-: > next at 10 o'c ock paradt A.M I the public ;enerall ', thit his house is row JOHN S\t-\DERS. \
ft-t I.cr rn..chi.'f hi Their Adm.
imm'it: in d'ir < r tJicir: old doctrines Our for the rrc pti.n Of \i tiMters t-> this well known "'
'ut readers well pen S.en.EL ENTLEY
are j
otlieOth! from New Orleans, with in<' -tihllS fur aware, prip;ratorv to-taki"g cnt'azures tn aid our fellow I
sbod never clo-<- until ?deicohaado'eusfull I watering place, and tenders his thank for past later Je'Ters-! Countt.Mjt 2 Into 41 6m
that i is ,
it not tiling for the I
new defcnce nl
tlic forces siationed at that pi.cp. to leave I Urtliwitli Government to grant; citizens in I hf of! American azainstMtican \- teceitcd laU summer, and ho :ei, bt strict attention '
rt J exict Janice If a heavy j un!.hrr>ert i* rccrv- land to the States. The invasion pnrrtual attention lo (tin above order -
for the Rio Grande The brig \irmiiia. Capt. Hood {'u"lit'land. are the [-roj er- to his visiters, to receive liberal share of i
| To School Tearhor
b&iore she will ied.! tri'.e xilh>i J:4'o- is expected oft-burlY tuciuber of the corps. Volunteers -
't > igcr ; ty ..f the Government and can be d,3w.c of in such The wafers of the Spring are well
wa. immediately! chartered toe that purpose, and atlocl will be rect.tfd13j patronage A PAIR OF TWELVE INCH GLOBES for sal
ri haart of her em i'e, a"d Jone'h-jn.1 known po-s-ssexcellent Medicinal qualities j jip
to very
thetrry a AS best suits the itere-t of
1w wliich con't bt otherw i" fbtin('d. This w. 1 In accordance with this \V S\U\DF.RS O :'roprtate fir spring u nowin HAYWARD.May2 .
l vw.. all the new States S P. A.
receive
and towed h tS
&- was lit sea ) the steamer Gen. excellent order f bathin Te-sons wishing to
d.. j'ot. the c.t cur govi-riment, whici, May IT., 1'40. 43 It IS-tO. .z 1Notlcr.
a p lit for
b Ta I .r. The Major also brought de..patcbti fur grants some one purpose and sim' for visit the S>rmz, would do w. 11 to call earlv 'I
,!;; t tit ar.pU Tjordid and sustained tfy the! <.pie.
po
aiothie. In the before The subscriber would also rer-art, that his table
ca
:s Conare this
Cart. Fitznuzh, of the L S hr-:ate Mmit"ipii: wssion, TAXI TAXKSJOTICn .
Weed will be more diSuci.lt to restrain thtD: the de will be furnished with as great a varietns any oth.
i which u.le-d the b fur Vera Cruz. The grants are m' to further the progress ol State ISHrUr.RY: GIVEN that the the Hoi.
i ( % previous \ under in the State. His Stable is also provided with a I months after date. I shall apply t"
fram far and to.i much, titan to I'I : er SIX
asking
going lu g U. S. ship St Mu '11 tailed on Monday the 4th fcr improteiiicnts is true ; but the object of Ccnrl'4i IN signed, collector 01 the State and Ccu'itv taxes I good Ostler and plenty of Corn and Fodder for horses "e of Probate for JeG r>on County tot letters

tie* into the camp. They he been \I.o:*rr:tJt. .'d I the coast 08 Texas i is not fathomed by stopping there The State improvements -! l.r the countv of Leon, State ol florida, will attendat His terms will be moderate to suit the times rt d emission as Administrator cf Mary Savage, late

I the coiiraeof Mexico ant "'i nv enter with which. thee the following pla<'es at the times stated, f->r the D. T. TREZVXNT of aid County decea .d.
I cncou-a and aid I
grant I
Tin citizen of Pe la held I
!sacr> a public mcetirg
I"16. Punctual attendance is respectfully re- GEORGE JONES
x 4i into the fight again.t her. XVi'ncssihcj-ionpt- will the year Lower Mineral pnnc, F1a Q, 148. 42
I
on the 4th inst lor the purpose of raiding: volunteer' so increase value ol the remaining public I quested Jerersin County .April 25.'I JO:0 fm

r of Lulian and of the J jxrfle cNobilc. Jviliing for the on the frontier lands, that Government will he more than paid I At George Monr'><"'s, near La we Jackson, on M -
army
fon.1 1836.;
can b more gratifying to our G v-rinici.t j for tbe-grants Tie object. her, M torrakefnr the day, 1st day of June, (from 10 o'clock a. m L.AU XHICC.

lun to s-e .ucn readine.. to rr\f the country TherJtagtst Mtthoditt E. CJlIJl" -'uutl.-Tllt'I General Con. Government the greatest |oibk amount of rete-nue o'c'lork. mAt I T'OUR BARRELS : : .AHELA WHISKEY.
I Heub-Mi M annm 's, on Tuesday, 2d day cf June JJOM) ] OUWAt
r'inchester distillation of the above .
enemy may \rl lear sue h a j-eople terence If t bl. Church is now in oe"-ion at Peter II IIJ nut of the- public brld"s a wise Virginia,
J I propnetf from 10 cluck, a. m. until o'clock, p. mAt date warranted unsurpassed by any ever before resume the of Law. Orncz ut
Orsacltatlou the Florida Militia. 1 I I burg, ;. On the rith in.t., Bihop *x>i LI;. (who I Ibere can be noqu,tti.n "f the rizlil! to do tins If Ityrd'ii work bop, North of the lamonia Lake brought- to this market For sale bv WLL YARD. practice

Tiie full returns of the recent 1.1tlinf l for Militia I htfdpretiGUtlt I forn.allv announced determination I this object is attained through the medium of a State, on WedroJat o'clock ad day. of June, from o'clock, a. I. STARR. LLOYD & FLAGG. I April 23, Is4Q. 40

to idli('re to the Church S'Uth,, laid 1)01015the Conference 1 it m>tttrs not-she has acted for our benefit; and m until 1. mAt Mat 0, 1"16. 42
Oarers uDder the new Sut ('ranlzaI..n. '1u \e nut Pisgan Church, on Thursdat J'h: day of June, '
: a letter from the aent: of the Book Concern I that is what it *"light. It is only making the Statea from lOo'c.'K-k.a; until 2 (h'lm nrulnst the United State
bt 4)) received at n\rcutneI >ep2rTu; >rt:hut tl1 m o'clockp mAt Notice. I
: la New Virk dr-cliitini, m..3er the instructions cf m"i't e-vireable land actnt Beard More, mar Microstx kie, on Friday>thL LL indebted to the estate of Robert JOHN P. DUVAL. of Tallahassee Florida and
twin
6cer be !
known to electw. person
certainly, la\1 I H.e! lu! ik Ci mnuttee. to distribute the anru-l ditid Per instance il Honda wrrr to propose to Con. d y of June, from 10 o'clock, a, n,. until o'clock. A humphrie-ulateofLeon Countt. deceased will : : A. DICKENS, of Washington City,
and ill t<. eltu will claim. United S frria '
U.II".O u iiec'td upon| prosecute against the ate
H. b i .nd* sr,we Ir..nllhe profits I the Book Concern, ?re-s to undertake to drain the rtenlade, provided, p. m. make immediate payment to tM subscriber ; and .
br duo it'wl re 11zlio1 wiihuut o !i among the lof :.:.Tortes within the I bHurd" of tile a certain portion of the lands reclaimed should be j from III o'clock, a. m. until1 o'clock p. m. Tallahassee, Ilcrida/>cj.' /ffirf. will! b* attended
Prrtht state ot .If.IUilb M-xicti, n is all! in:' or- them fur payment to the Adnu ustrator within the j
'I S) ith' rn CiMincction Tl.is was not unexpechdi granted to her, and Centre tterc lobe mtuiKditbat At Fort StansSuryon Monday Mh June, from lit time rejuiredbt'law,or thee will be barred of recove- i to. DUVAL & DICKENS.
*4 There be din we are e< |
UM a ?
may IIM. irtedt-dti the dramnc woildRreillt enhance o'clitck a. in until" oclrck, p. rr. I Administrator. j April 1S4R 40
i the ;t 111 i the fVslereiice! j r > the clec- theta'ne! ry. R T HIRCHtTTT.
?ucaliy' hituatcd. uLi-uld! V.txico nciiteno aid I At Fort bra.l n,on Tue.\! ,flth| daT of Janefrom I
C Swt tot sVuld with lion of two 1'Mhor; On tl.e second ballot, Dr. WM. of thOtie lands as of course it would, sod that tl:t* j JU e'cl.rk, a ,iik until I ,.'rl ck. p. n,. Tallahassee. May 0. 1x40: 42.; 2m I} .. u. I'ORTtE

t.e n |I"we" .r.y p\\.r. ;1 CAPFR- ol South:h Carolina and Dr Ro rRTPitr, Government would reap a profit by it greatly exrei-d- :j lie will also he in attendance at the Court llou! Dissolution.nplIE !! just received per Schr. Antaa. from Havana
> su3icieat side with n'aktrJ. HAS
ace projHrtc ofTennuuee, were lecled The Pi!.hojm; South" jug the value of the lands granted for tins service, : in Tallahassee: /ai/veither in ptrsrn or by deputy I Co-partner-bip htrrototnrl'existing under the' 1 Parrel Tammarinds,

? where are the deocf: fcr Flcr.da ? Our i are now JO.IIL-A SaI'LFJ.MTU O AMHE, WILLIAM wtmld it not be sheer foil, not to accent I the proj- A. A. FISHER.SherijTaml 1 film of QU\'L KNAPP, in 1 Spanish Pei!'pen.
Pple are moreexposod than any State in the Union. i er fjpew Tax Collector. I the'TaiIOrill// Stone Monkeys (.r W.ter Coclars
sal ? Yet here would be busings, is thisdv dissolved bv
all ,
end
!I CAcaos and ROBFRT JIAI FTIu4 an irnproer"nt ot land IG, 1S40. 43Jotic Manilla Hammocl:..
May
4tre lieu prepared to meet such an circrzcncy.- ___. I.The business will be continued bv J. E. KNAPP at
between the Northern exclusively in F.orida; Rut the Gm -
reconciliation lying I 41
j ir<**.pect ol a f'roment, April 25,1S40.
tt have fifteen miles sea-coast. with | ;*. I.'the old stand: and all persons who are indebted to
hunrr I I emil Sa utb. rn branclie exercising its dwcretio" a* a hnd.I..ldcr! would Iw the hte firm, are earnes'l requested to call and settle I
*Banous tuXoent harbors tor the landing: of large weeks after date, I ?hall apply to the Hon : Lows 01" Flul'ldt.
i'I I! Cocimitters have l been appointed to revise theI doing nothing thereby, which would be objectionableon SIX ( w ith J. E. Knapp, w.." is duly authorized to set-,
in and the Laws of Florid late
] eof Probate lor County of Jefferson FEW ccpies Pamphlet
tf trO I IJ.. k Hymns and of Discipline Propositions to the grcund that internal improvements are 1 tie the same. SAMUEL QUAIL A
and if n e hare inert .blC! .jd willn lo > for letters of administration "tie ban is non," JAMES E. KNAPP. I Ses:Ki. fcr sale by
piflt'j establish t-vo Book Cln'rnJne Eat and the othir namely that they ben't1t only the State wherein I on the state of Everett Whitt'I late of said County March 21, lS4rj. P. A. lA iW-\r.n'
the of Tallahassee April. lS16. 42
not
have war .
soil
-* "our we nlat.rial. U est-hat e bet n nubmil ted. the improtcmenti are made For in this instance, dece-wed THEOPHILUS! UEATTY. ,
hcn thereto. The nigwdly pol'J0' the Get.oiernme..t ,- Jefferson County, May li.f l tj.13 Ct Sugar. a
f The d'lsgate* from the Flotida Conference, Revs the whole country ill benefited by the increase of! I IVolkc.
*al! in relu. the quota, of arm to BARRELS Crushed Sugar
ing v ALCXAXPUI MARTIN and R. H. '4ucKET, were in the rum in the National treasury caused by this Iii lli> Circuit Court of the SIX months after dale, I shall present to the 4 4 cases Loaf do
unaccountteuton Probate in and for the
kiea through an 01 ,
law : Judge
we arc etille u* un- attendance, Ilev Mr M preached on Sunday the very work. It would be a State improvement for a MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GAD DE.' COUNTY County of Jeterson mv final account and vouchers 2 Hossbeads Brown Susar I

of the War Department 1.1aC 3d instant J\' tUma/ purpose. The distinction M certainly a IN CII."XCEtV.r.clwern as .Administrator of Nathaniel Sanders,deceasedandshall 2 BarrU New Orleans denied Sugar for s&Ia

dir tb neceMity of depending on our c..n resources The new Bishops were to beordained on Thursday c'earonc: ; and chows that the d.'mocrats have not William Bellamy Ex'r then apply br letters of dismusion as such by STARR LLOYD t FLAGG.
*faraisanig ourselves cut of our own mean UDlc Administrator. \1LLIAM W GOODM AN. April 13, Is46., :3J
dec'd. Com-
of A. Bellamy, ,
the I4tb, OD wlueh occasion Bishop SOLLX was to darted. from their original doctrine this subject,
*aubie and unjust M it mal.ppeu. the State plainant, Bill for foreclosure Jefferson County May 9,1 40. 42 6m
preach the ordination sermon. and are not lia 'e to the charge of inconsistency.. Baron and Pork.
of -
*** urnished oar Militia while tow. mort
with the
arms for Mgi.-A of Mary Rnwles., Executrix of Jogage., &c. Bel.,'. Cavalry Drill Shoulders Hams and Prime Pork,jut re-
Reeipt preparing correspondent Dollar SIDES
of and fire- Look out for Ct/unt.fnt6.-Five bills of
the defence our
'Tfllc. in home seph R. Rowles deceased, De A CONCISE SYSTEM OF CAVALRY DRILL j and for sale bySTARR >

"dunng the long protracted Indian war, most ol the Savannah Republican gives the following modeof the St. Mary' Bank have been altered to #20's and fendant.TT J\. arranged by Captain George W..Ikbn, of Geo, LLOYD & FLACG.

'liseti, nu U*: in battle, were returned to the gos.rlt.eRt preparing and boxing Figs He says that Figs $ ')'., by substituting the ends of '20 bills of the appear!"(:to the satisfaction of the Court by the and adapted to the use of the Volunteer Cavalry ot April IS, 1S46. 39

SCents, and not accounted for. But because cured in this way are equal to the imported article : Bank of West Florida for the ends of the Five-! J. affidavit'of complainant that the defends it, said I the United States, in a neat volume of 31S pages.

**Stau autboriti unable to furnish receipts I I Gather the figs with the items to them, before thy The fraud u easily detected 1 by close inspection. Mary low I,, Executrix 3A aforesaid, resides out of In consist of Military Terms, fully explained; SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
are the State of Florida, and in the State of Virginia : I Dismounted Drill, Mounted Drill Sabre exercise,
of either i -
have *
***Macirrt due from the agents of the General are fully ripe. a syrup prepared nuluniurnf.AI // u Ordered. That Jhe said defendant do appear and Manual of the Pistol, Inspection cf arms, Evolutions I TilE subscribers take pleasure in infcrniirg the

t. here led elsewhere, the people' of the I white or browniugar, and. while boiling, put in answer said bill within four months or the same for a Troop, Evolutions for a Squadron rr Re of Tallahassee and the svrrctioding

I-'III Hon figs and let them remain till they are fiat this is the anticipated battle ground, opposite shall be taken for conlemed : Prowled, That publication I Camp and Field duty Standing Orders iment'l I country that they have just received by the l.*t arrival
: I are informed that "e bate alrealy your I from New York. a splendid asMrtment ofFaihion
General
tftfem which Taylor is encamped the of thin order Regulations the Arm Courts of Enquiry
be few minutes; take out, put mad in some newspaper printedin f
will
in a
which .b> and Geoda. And
: Fancy Staple Dry
.IwI -. than ihaie and further that ,
our we of ihe from once a week for four Martial Carbine Manual. Hall' Carbine,
following description city the the city ,
dish or tray and place them in the t.n ; cor. : of.TallahUllee. I they wiy be constantly receiving from New Vertand
jhem on a with swords and oundins.
ftcej't until account lor those successively at heads Trumpet Bugle
: no more we months
of tbe New
indent York Tribune I
drained place them in.another tray, reap mayprove : New Orleans (selected by the first bonus in tbtabove
( have I )Ia .
12th 1846.
after they Dated !
sent t<> heT Tit' ry,to defend the United with the rrs test and attention
,
interesting : places care
them let them be turned and (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE. The various evolutions are illustrated by fine dii.grams. .
"I (tea IndtM ... twice day. Two or threeaijfMnnintarofficieattocwetbeja. Judge S. presiding in M. C. for Gadsdeo Co. Cavalry wkkb .fer.'low for
down a I the above liM. they ca h. at .
b a BuUkcn policy of the General Go.uuiicisi. gently pressed 'PAPY find this volume to contain profitable instruction*.- ,
Before hoiisr lag about 7,000 inhabitant, and is beautifully M. D. Solicitor for Complainant.A I their stove in TaUahawee or M I1IU' lIo. .. .
Oar 8ta.I. bainot O. mory Aand&ras situated en the Southern bank of the Rio true copy: The work upon examination will recommend itMlC.I L. *'GRZENBEKC A CO- 4
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t.
ried lifted For sale by P. A. HAYW.\RD. ; .
well lotf-ngu DPo HARRIS Clerk. -
bare aom I. K.
% this them 3
bat Mareh21i$4.
wa b ga 1UW6.rra Grande within its folds to that its front and 4m May 2,1546. 41.
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L j: -c mI m --m.iII as.9 CIGARS.JUST NEW SPRING GOODS! OAm! T ?9 AtM3FRANCISCUS gi LEWIS & AMES. ."D Y virtue lt of the power rested ia me W 114.

1 HOUSE AND STAIR BUILDING. RECEIVED: PER BRIG N. G. BOURNE. DCALXKIXDrun JD expose for sale bor th Coort H-b *
J. R. FORTUNE Medicine Paint Oils city of ?'*
< tb county
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FIR 5T 1n Ht7 Jasto Principe 0 L
.f... GERARD VINGERHOETS ,00,ODD CJ as.O S IS now receiving per brig Republic, and daily ex. Toilet Articles pcller ir,! Window ClU On theft:Jly in Augutt&iir

r'l' '. (.' .l't doer South of the Union Bank) Havana Cigars,of the following choice peeling per brig Pecomc from New York a large BRUSHES AND COLORS, the (ollowingproperty, or so mucfc tberZfpav
and well assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE PAInE.
that he is to brands: seecte the State **
notice
GIVES prepared ,suitable for the and Sum carh *' OIa.. 11 are *c. Xdueoflthepaefortb,1
La Norrna' ApollH W
his friends and the public Washingtcn: Sprin ( i, N W4S1II.T2R'J.NJL J3'
.1 I J. Cor nil'. Panatela mer trade, cOTWstwg in part of tke : above constantly. on bandaxid fe* sale at the
with any articles cf CABINET FUR- oUowinJ TiE lad belonging to Col. RY.. Wflliajas 'flS
Regalia's, Fancy Prints Paris market wwnf-
t f NITURE. made 'IP in a style not to be Sade RObi. prices. -
the State Varcla Re.lia'a. White Linen Dri. Jrrench Barrges, fE I.-SE4S13.NE4 (
surpassed by any workman in o> N
_ a. ,and at prices corresponding with the Eulapsio Damas Drown. 'Satin stripe i WIENKEH ALSO,in wore a great variety of articles for family i of NW4S24T2R2, Nand El. 824.
? Galane. Figured Bansh. Graduated I inform the that he I es, Macaroni Vermicella., S 19.N SY of F 1.,
nrnes. J3urcau4;fas,Tables of arious kinds Set. Ro. this melhcd to public w. Pikle. Caprs. J NW4S I9.T2.R '
Almonds
Cottonades 5 Lama TAKES Olive Prunes, ,
Panetelai 3Nut.
'. e Wardrobes. Chits, and every description and removed his Cbine Warehouse: to the Currat Jely. W4o1 N W jS19NW 4of S W
':yle of Furniture male to order or repaired at the La Jo}a Napoleon, York Mixtures, jWh't Muslin" building formerly occupied by Starr&. Co,next dooi Rose and Waters, Sperm Candles,&c. 3.N ahd E; S J of N E 4, S 24.T 2, RiVsituated .

'lortest notice. lie is also prepared to contract (or Damn, Gambroon Nankin, >Wan. Blonde and Herna- to Peck'sTin Manufactory, in the rear ol which he AN AUORT31RNT OF lying and being about fifteen ] ,

the building of Hou-ie*. and such other work as is Regalia, I CoUon" > .*, intends to carry on the business of a CABINETMAKERUNDERTAKFRandUPHOl'EREtfld east of Tailba o tb road leading Ia f
c nerally done by )house carpenters. His prices in 111 Luccro I London Driing. ':Rich Satin stripe Barege
t lis department: will be such as to induce those dr-i- Coronis Light PliJ Scarfs, feel well prepared to execute any orders in either of long to estate Theophilns Hyman. .
rious of( bail ling to eive him employ hile the qual. Latajette's .Pre ed. Fancy Dress Capes o above branches of his business. November. 1815. 19 The E t.N E4andSE4S25-NWI
All of above Cigars are warranted: of the best Cout ,Rich French work the best materials for the ,
ity of his wsrk i if it does not surpass will at least colars. He is provided with S 36.T3.R2.Nand E; E J.SE4. S w
4 equal any work done in this citv. quality! ail wil be sol at the lowest prices, by Irish Linens ; 4 fancy Silk Point. manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture, months after Notice.I shall to the Hon W 1, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E,sitoated 2 t .
date apply
HAYWARD. DamuLin.n Shaded fringe Polka cord
P.
I A.
J le
April .1. Na/Lin-i Tables
"0 the citizens of Talaha! e. and surroundingcountry TowelsEgyptian Mils, such a Scretariet. Breaus. and Bedsted. SIX Judge of Probate for Jefferson County,for ninKon. purporting to belong to Lewis CODI
he would return hi* mo t heaitv thanks for Chairs, mot perfect Life Insurance and Trest C 1
.c. dismission Administrator of Joel
ir1), I.. C. hkf (em ,. ) Sleeve and waist girdles, ec. Letters of a
the patronage he has heretofore received and trusts 'l'aIcl super. itjle.t repair any description of furnituie. said deceased. The E i. S E 4, S d; W J, S 4, SYfv'S'ft
that he may continue to gire satisfaction, and enjoy AT Smith* I Brick Yard,a short distance Cambrics and Jacouetts, Ladie white and colored Walker, late of county JESSE WALKER. S15,T l.R 1. Sand E ; SI7.T1.R1.NJ\ J"

their coaldence and favor. fr"TI Tlbhaee. this day, S.turduy Crass Cloth ', kid Gloves He would return his grateful thanks to the citizens except the EjSE4 of t
February! 2-, IMi.* 2 3 ly _j_ l"Ih .\pril, an iron urcy MARE:, ol" ordinary Inh and thread E.lziuigsGonts'( I I do of Tallahassee for the liberal patun3e he ha already December 27th 1815.( 23m vv 1.Sl7T2.R1Nand1y sid;IcioD Ei.NWs; al'oEI
M"i Id. Cambric and Muslin (ed..f 2u j p*. rich Bonnet Ribbons and R N !, T
mt.ix tr >< \'I.ncau ( respectfully Ileit a Administrator' Notice. 2. I. and W., the land
rfeive
3LAWWILLIAM N J TJI OID. '1'he ""ll can have: ha by pacing cxpen>e on ins and inserting,) ,Fancy of C.HU, an he pledges him:1 to give satisfaction I months afterdate, the undersigned will make Gee T. Ward, &adjoining.. five toil.', 2S255
at t the Yard. Black Trimming Lace ; Caps all who orders both in SIX Tallahassee
application} to may give ,owner
AUGUS the of Probate
II. BROCKENBROUGH A. Rich Parasolettes, final return and exhibit to Judge ot kow.
Fancy
ROBERT W. WILLIAMS. Gimpem Insertingi. cf his work.
_ \XWELL, will practice in part- Printed Paris Lawn '.\ large assortment. of price and quality 25 'for Leon County a administrator on the estateof The F jot N \4o TI, RI, Nand V

nership. Thfv will attend the counties of the Middle April I IS'2'-I. --r- ---.-- tShirtmss -- -- N S, SulplucU .Mu>:hn, Fre.ich Howeis, January 10, P310. Roderick MenDs. deceased and ask for a discharge Sf Charles acre near Jackson_ ,Purporting to blonc t:

District of Honda. Jack ton and Franklin counties Plaid Swiss Wine tra\; \% Sontlicrn Harmony. as Wiliarn
: W luil.
_ : in the Apalachicola! Di3'riC't. The county olThoinas .W Ombre "F.alc e lonnt.ts. JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. TbeN W lS 2 ; E '.S E
nFFTI"G:;. ard large I) COPIES SOUTHERN UAU IZ\Y. just inT2R2NandE, i.S21.a ;
,Gcorcia. Th Court Appeals of Florida Onaburgt : Plain S\vis" and Book do. fFor "ce I 150 I March 1-1ISIfi. 31 m containing 120 I
_ and the District and Circuit Coirts of the United 5 a"v rtmjnt of Majile: Fancy Dry Goods, Ombre J receive and for sale byNov. situated, l Iving and bing abtt fourteen mile a
States at TallahisSee Boots, ShUt', Hat, ilc,.V.c, suitablc'or the Spring B.zarir.cj. jPdddtd
R JUDF.SCE! : trade. fcc sale. cheap by Irint'l" Rich Lace To the friends of the luoanc. TUST received, per Brig Eeline. 2 dozen Wood- fate of R.,bert Humpbreys.

WM. H. BROCK EVBROIYTrf,Tallahassee STARR, LLOYD &FLAGG. Balzanncs, Mourning {''n Victor emb" Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum J ward's No.- 1 Gold Pens, article manu Also, the folowih town lots: Lot No.220 in tk, I

_ AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL \Pi.1"1_1-sJ'I 3'J Broche. mourning April 19, IM": 3'! tf Notice. fred, 'P.im lace trim'd Southern States that, by a recent law of the Legis February 25, 1546. 32 P. A. HAYWARD. lor Xo. 171 in the north addition to the city of Tillahassee ,
: also lot No. 76* in the
receive insinepatients, south half
areempowercdto
after I shall to the Hon The above were selected by a gentleman ol Iaturethey NEW BOOKS.TOWNING'S o tit i
M. D. PAPY months d.te. present dc- the oldest county quarter of said city.
SIX pajing board,from other States. This is
assured that those who !
ded and he rests .
finalaccu'
Probate Jeffe-r taste
f for
u.l.e ( on Cour.ty. my been COTTAGE R Also the lands
Institution of the kind in the Union, having purporting belong
.i \ .r lli.W and voucher Administratrix JeremiahDr rail and E'miul, cannot do oth ir\Mo than awaiJ IE-CE th"Ape. :
!
lachicela
as "
of founded by the Colonial Government in 17 Vj; andis _IJ Webters large Dictionary, Land Company, lying in the county of
Practice in all the Courts in the Middle .w, I late of said County deceased ; and shall then him that credit I ,from its location,best adapted for being McCauley's lisflanie. Guizot's English Revolution Leon, bounded North by the Lne of I
WILL- Office on the first fix of the Capitol apply for Utters of dismission a* such Admnustratuv. Richcmbr'd He has:also just Canton received from New worth Orlan i, removed from the piercing cold Sutbeters.,and Jistory Civiliztic'n. Dante's West by the OklCkny River. South demarcai0 'I
South wini. occupied by the RACHAEL uiltv.Jetrer.on : Cripo Shawl $10, Poems, translated F. Cary Poems by Oliver of Wakulla, the c0
room formerly Linen Cambric fr the enervating heat of the Suth. Its curative by St. Marks ,
Secretary oft!. Tornton. County. April 11, I"N. :J 3m'TaxColI.cfor's Pans figured Liwns, cipacit JI u of the highest : nine out of ten Wendell Holmes, Knowlson's Complete Hrs Doctor known a part of .Forbes' Purchu. al, I

November 1 lj. I s 1 3. 17 : Notice. Embroidered Robes, c Ij(f-over. if received within the first six monthsof Yankee Stories by Judge Haliburton, Three A.
the disease. It is easy of steamers dailytop Guardsmen, by Dumas, Pickings from the New Orleans Shff. and ex-cffieio FSHE. L. C.
I O'B BRANCH. ul und-r-si ned, the State and Cln. Black Thread MantilUs-worth 25, aC'clS a I
JOSEPH BRAXCIf L- T ColC'torf at wharf not far from the Aslum. The Picayune,Jack Loir,The Dead January 23, 1846. 27 6m
a Ialom'
C ty Ta'u' for tlit county Levis, hUt by gives Long Silk O. K. Mitts, (new st>Se ) mo- BurLy
.. ,. UA'Cn.ITORZE'S :
A L Wm. Carleton ofa French
notice that. lie w ill attend at the Court-} OIHC, irs thecitv All I of Ii.tch be offer on the moat reasonable terms. ern treatment, upon the non-restraint system, is Gtntle-
.\ AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW it 'f.illalia.-ee.. ? until the lot day of the ensuing March\21, 1-10. 35 ,Ucc.fulopHali"n. The:partmelt admit of clasMlic.it manThe Motherby T. S.Arthur.The Olph Wreckers 1 ax Collector's Notice.T .

T.LLJ"LE, FLORIDA. Term cOnl1f'f"tiflnit'', tie! mt'i-rn Life Inu- purpose 'f r'lh ma the Taxes due said State and -u rax.TolT: >cloiS Sale and also a complete division of the classes of ociety Simms, Guy Rivers, by do. do.. Queen of Denmark 1 tracts of land: Te north west half of the northeast
THEIR Y of the vested l in b The tare and the board $4 week. by Mrs. Gore, Sibil's Bock of Fate. quarter, and north half
: & Tru>t fompanv: h3.in! entirely ceased, couutv, for tlu)ear 1- 10. B "irtue po-ver me ) law, I is C1cplent. per east of the norttl
they ,'i1IllC're.lfter give ther attention exclusively A. ,\. rnER. shall expose for sale, b-lore the Court House We have a parlor tastefully furnishd NEW MUSIC. 'et quarter, Section twenty-one. Township thre,.
I door, in the townof Jasper, County of Hamiltou.onTlie < with curtains,carpet,sofa,centre-tableottomans l ; I Range three, containing one hundred and
t<, their proVs io" Sheriff. and fx-f>fjicio Ta ( A. rrrelt vaipt of nieces, _i __ for Piano. Fiirt. Rnnw sixty acre
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They will attend the uprcja? Court nf the State Talhha. -*.(" .\prll", Isj.; 3: :, first Monday in September neal mirrors, t o(>ks and :piano airy veramlihs for summer Waltzes, Dances &c.SCIOOL. "C" of land, more or less,and to be sold before the Cou
extensive enclosure for evening House door in the town of
ia March ?, 1-!'. 3Jtil For Sale Clical", the f'llowing property or> so much thereof as will ramble&; a carriage for morning and evening rides-; BOOKS. day in July, 1540, for the County taxes due Gadtdn
: TF :\rrLTn: fur irntretlnte-lv Mr W \ the State and County t. \e" due on the some for :reading room furnished with books and newspaper Arnold's Latin Book, first and sec1 l series, County for the years IS43. 184 and 1945 and costs,

.I01l EItI&INE. J \.t"nn'i - *; and moreover various means of aniti-wrnent.- Anthon's Greek Lessons, Anabasiscf Zenophon. the property of Malcom .
ATTORNEY AT LAW .\1.0.1.01' No I'M on :.I'nro P'm! S F i ct t Soc 31, and the E nf the :E 4 of .\ Chaplin resides in the building and preaches to Splendid Fire Screens Green Paper for Window JAMES A. MCMILLAN,

dulncy l-'lorlda. in; the Capitol. Title indisputable the entire action 31, and the W of See the nloeVery S.hhath. Letter of inquiry shouldhe Curtains A.C., &.C., just received per Brig : G. Quincy. Dec. 29. 184.5.- 24. Co. Tax Collector.Administrator's
attend the Jintires' Courts of G dlen L. C. 1E rLLY. the E J of the S W 4 of Sec 2u, all of T 1, directed. to Dr. M. GALT, Phvsician and Bourne, and for sale by

: WILL "., the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, April r, 1SJC. 4'J' N and K.: The N E 4 of S 2, and the :J of( Superintendent of the Eastern A!)lum. Williams- April 4, IS 10. 37 P. A. HAYWARD. Notice.
and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. S3andtheNEol' S i.Ti 1 I. R 12, N and E,purporting burg, Virginia.March SIX month after date, I wi apply to the Honor-
November 22, 1M5. 13 tf Notice. i to b.I.Jo to the estateefhiector( W. Braden 14, ls4- 31 eoIOw New, Extensive and Splendid Jude of Probates Lecn county for letters .
I Sentinel mor.tln after date we will present our final .\i,(), the N W 4 "f the S K 4 of S 7, T I. R 14, ASSORTME OF of dismission as administrator of the estate

_ftj- copy.Q SIX( : and \"ulrhCrl as the adrini'trattr of N and E., (purporting; to belong to the estate of WILLIAM H. WARD LO1N OLOTM3NQ, &O. Joshua Sills, late o said County,deceased. .

li 3 I Ri-b.Tt Y \\\ llford,r-ea"f.and apply to the Hon.Judi Wa-thinzton- lunl.lr.Alsotlc ) ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, subscribers are now receiving a i.ne a- c.-t- SOLOMON SILL Adm'r.
9CDMMISSION S 31, T 1,1113 Tit : 7,1546.
Probite for purporting February
of of dis- 2
for
( )Jetters City : I). C. of CLOTHS, C.ISSIMERfA. VE-
of Chaire \Vuhlurtol -
MERCHANT mission aJuHni"'ralnr said estate Benjamin -
t tate.rilARIJlS which to
a S. Also, &Sections 2> and tt, uiT I. R I"l. Nand F:., n E.SPECTFL'LLY announces that he will attend ISrS they are prepared !VEW BOOKS, Ac.rpOWNSEND'S .
No. 4, Front Levee, J. CARAWAY SILEYJ mn.' purporting to belong t'l the estate of Thomas Livingston IX to the prosecution of Claims before the several the most fashionable manner Alo,a large supply ol Bible, arranged in
S' hiioHal
S NEW-ORLEANS, Lfl. I April; l>>t';. 4') SITH. E:xecutive De-partmeiits: of the Government, and READY MiDE fLOutING, JL chronological order in 2 vols. ,

attend to BUYING, SELLING, RECEII .. Also, the W J of the N F. 4 of S 33, claims against Gnit.J States for Lands or Money, (made up by ourselves,)in the latest style,consisting1 Sufferings of Christ by A. Lav roan,
I WILL and FORWARDING, with promptnessand Adlh.i f.alor'l Notice. ThcE I of the S W 4 of S .13, to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims be. in part of Youatt,HorseDf I.ardner'slecturesIIN*.

despatch. persons indebted to the estate of Anna Brooks, Th F.oftheNE4ofS33: (tore Coininu>iionersundr Indian or other Treaties Frock, Dress and Business Coats : Thiers life cf Napoleon, :No,.,
ALL. The W iol S J of S 33, to and other Land Claim, and to the The Chambearer C last work
-un :l'.ter w, I IIj.. Iii i]ow, late of Jeierson% County, deceaj l will tie J Pre-emption (per's ,
make immediate payment to the' ; and The N E 4 K 4 of S :33, procuring of Land Patents, to Pinions in the Arm Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats, O'Doneghue, by Charles Lever,

Dr. J\O. G. GAMBLE Jr. those having claims nj ain"t sail Ctate.lubribr mu present The S W 4 of the\"W 4 of S 17. al in T 2, R 13, I Ii and Navy, or busines..connected' therewith, to the Cloaks and Overcoat. Tweed, Sax Gotha The challenge Barletta, from the Italian of
them f>,payment I"> the idnuni-trator within the N and E. Also, the E i of the N 4, and the W ob.inirJ of Patent for scientific or useful Inven and Beaver Bus. Coat!&Surtotits D'A/eglio. Theebold or t the Fanatic, by Henrick

OFFERS his Professional Services to the cit 7.ens time required b law, t.r they will b barred of re- J of the N E 4 of S :,T 1, R H, Nand E purport-- to business of a public nature re Plain and Fancy Vests, Milling The Visionary, by Shier.

-,ee and its vicinity.* covery. ) JAMES R. BROOKS, ing to blonir to the estate of Hardy Bryant. <]uiring an Agent. Black and figured Satin, Silk, Cashmere, Valencia, Only a Fiddlerand the oulhou btrr,hI Mirj
: roo1'1., 1S41. 17 tf Jeff.'r..>n Co. April 1i, h 11. 40' Om Adm'r. Also, the N W 4 of S 20, the W i of the N E 4 of S Claims against individuals: promptly attended to, and Silk Velvet. Howitt, The White Boy by Mrs S. C. Hall,

-I 2'th.NE4ottheSV4ofS'2OtheSVoftheS title inve'IiEatf & PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. The Foster Brother,edited by Leigh Hunt
"
:
11. 11 ; n I N I ISofice.SIX W 4 of S 17 the El of the S W 4 of S 17, theS given free of charge. All letters to KniVhts ol" the. R al-T>ir..Kiirht. ..T.tfWim-: *.

t ATTORNEY AND fOUNSELLOR AT LAW tnor.tl.s after date I thall present' to the Hon W 4 of tinS F 4 (f S 17, all in T I. Range 14, N be post-paid. ALSO-AERV LARGE ASSORTMENT OF The OJ u-it edited by C.: E Lester,

Jaej>r. Hamilton County, Florida. ;e of Probat" for Jefferson County. my final and E., lurprtJI to blonl to Edmund B. Vass.S RFFFRENCFS : Cotton & Linen Shuts, Cotton, Nett, Merino, The Slave Maps of Forida, Bock of Law
I l\ow-m t-r :22, IM'i. !<< account and \'olldlrl a Executor of Thomas LW.oh.lte J: J W I. T I. R 13. Narul E.. Hon. A. S. WHITF, U. S. Senate. I Coliars. Lamb-wol. Canton Form, American Almanac ( 1S6. Album,C
of iiid county, deceased, and shall then purporti to belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills; I E. A H.N>FCA>, I Stocks. I and Pens, tc.
: L.UV NOTICE. apply Heh e>f diami-Mon as gnch Executor.: MILTON J. BRYAN, ALEX. BARROW Cravats, JeansUndershirtsandDrawers SCHOOL, BOOKS.

.. BENJAMIN: MANNING. Shf.and ex offino Tax Col H Co. I J AfT SFIPLE. I Gloves, Morse's New Geography, Parlei''s New National

; l J WQj vv"f .p..: 'J Jefferson County, March 7, IS10. J: Cm February: 2S, ,1t. 32 rm I I). R. ATClrO I Hand'chiefs silk, camhalf Hose, Geography Anthon's Homer Hore.Cicero,fcc.
C.AnLY. bric, &..C.Suspenders. Hats and Caps, Bullion's English and Latin Grammars,
1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Notice. Administrator' Notice. I J. J. IKRPIX, of Illinois. BootsandSfcoes, &c. Latin Reader Latin Tutors,

Quincy, Florida. C< IX alter date Ihall Present my final account SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. I S. A. DOIOI.\R, II Eury requisite to Wardrobecan Emerson's .4 nt tifliet ics, three pars.
1 \\TILL attend the several Courts of Middle Flo. L mottu; vO'llher":1' tbeAdminitratorof Samuel ,Judge of Probate of Leon County frr Utters WILLIS GREFN, of Kentucky. I Genlrman' Eclectic Readers,three parts, AngeRs Serin,
of on th.s state of Charles A. Nelson, Jon.Pr.rriTof Indiana. be found at their on the most rea Pbilosoptv, GreenleaTs
; t nJ.a aol of Decatur County Georgia. l Scott,deceased. and apply to the Hon Jtidze of d''mi"wf Com.tok'J Aritm
Januarr 3. 1;40- J ProSate of JePersori County for letters of dtsnmiionas late of said County. drrea,*.d. I S. C. S' rPLE, snnalll term Our stock wi be replenished the &.c. Just received and for sale
the Administrator of said estate. JAMES: A. BERTIr.LOT. C. B. SMITH, I arrival of almost every v from New York, during January 17. 1846. 26 P. A.
.s ALEXANDER SCOTT. Sun'iin J. A. WRH.HT, the season, by new goods lurch3od.by Mr. IAY.\
R. H.BERRY&Co.I : J. B. Bow of Missouri. 'I who will remain the "
Cm I LIN, LLI\l. NEW BOOKS, &c.
Jefferson County, April 2% IS 10. 40 Cm brch2II"Sr. :
THE undersigned have this day formed a Co-part- I J. M Hrr.HFs, wintr iirpo e. We flatter ourselves, by JUST received per Brig Sampson Narrative ot"
t rship, under the above name, for the transmission Notice. HEW C4OOBS. HENRY DOW.F, of \\iconsin. such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY I J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and O

..j of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS. SIX months after date we shall present our ac- PIECES rich stile Prints, Muslins. Ginghams April 12. I'I: IS ____ __ FOR CASH we shall be enabled sell cheaper gon and North California in 1S43 and 4., by C pt .
R. II. BERRY current andvoucheis to the lon. Judge 200 Barents. Muslin Ginghams CoParllphhip.TIFnntlr'iIP. than any other establishment in the city All C. Fremont,price 371 cts.
I D. P. IIOGUE. of Probate for Jefferson County, and for Shawls, Scarfs, ralte. Gloves. persons in want of clothing are respectfully in\"itt The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot
:: ]:. November 10. [23] 1SI'> It! fThos. letters of dismission as executor and e'culrix of Mitts, hosiery, Cap Colari. and having this day associated them. to call and examine and indue for them-elres. Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's War.
: Lt's under the firm of STARR,
late f said CLARK STILLMAN
White. deceased. ,
Joseph << County Tupper's Proverbial
book
; J -1T. Heir I THEOPHILUS HEVTTY.: Embroidered Mu>lm Trimminjr, and. a vanity of LLOYD and r\GG. will continue the mercantile Monroe street, next door&Starr &Flagg. and arguments originally Philosophy treated tnocgjiti
articles too Just received
1 ATTORNEY ANLTCOUNSELLOR AT LAW. I ELLEN A. BEATTY numerou bu-une-M at th. formerlv ((tiP by W. F No\eDIbr 1. 1S45. 15 If Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield.
and for sale -
by Lloyd where will be their firmer
\JTILLrQntinueto practice in the Superior and -Jef-'rson County- February 2S. IS 1 10. 32 < m'I'iti L. &H GREENBERG A. CO. i customers., they plea. STARR"It' On Consignment. Dante's.Poetical Work.trDllatr by H.'T.City.
,.\j 'Jefferson and in the Collctorb Noitce. The by
County March 21. t IMC 35NOTICE. '. Philosophy Dendy,
W } LLOYD, I CASK SUar Hams,Suicir,Tea, Rice,
I
Sajtffior Courts of the Middle District,and the Coun. T HAVE this day levied upon lots Nos. eight i nine, February, 15, IMC.- :31 F. H. FLAGG. 1 L Candles, Soap cue, Loaf Su-rar Flour, Arnold's Holmes life ol Mozart,
t nf Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict. Rugby School Sermons,
t ) JL ar.d ten and eleven, McNeil's survey containing Cheese, Vir.egar, Mtutard, Pepper,
Residence at Monticello Jefferson County. All FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE IN SorrnCICUIT Cr3C'kt'f Parker's aids to English
composition.
sixteen hundred acres of laud, more or less,I)ing between : THE Notice. Spice.Ginger,Nutmegs,Dried Apples and Peaches, .
t, huuinesseatrusted with him, will be promptly attended Little River and Rocky Comfort and to be sold 0,FLORIDA month after date, I will apply to the Probate Butter Onions for sale by Chances and Changes, or Life a it Is,by Ckad

]" to. before the Court House door in the town Qumcj.. THE heirs of John H Sawyer, deceased, will SIX of!Gadsden County for a eliharee from laccroni.13. ISI an 21 R II BERRY. Burdett, Rura Economy, by Bousingbaut,
I j, March 9, ISII. 33 on the first Monday in July 1S40 for the County ; notice that I intend \to institute proceed.jogs y nfutorhip: of the last will of Robert Iavidson, JC'pmher : Book Colonies, by Frot.
taxes die Gadsden County for the eighteen hun- ,forthwith, in the Circuit Court for the Sutht"r deceased.r L. W. SPRA IT. Notice. Book of Good Examples, by John Frost.
0, I Xew York City-\o. 151 Broadway. dreJ and forty-five((1it I t'>) and costs lea,by the claimants Circuit of Florida, to foreclose the mortgage January 0, [17] 1 >46. 2f 6m months after date I shall apply to the Hon. The book of Christmas,by Thomas K.Hervtr.
i JAMES J. BIRGE of Forbes' Purchase, the propcrtj of the Apalachicola upon certain real estate of John Sawyer,deceased, SIX of Probate of Jefferson County for letters Elmer Wvllis, edited by J. G.Cooper
.. Land in the city of Key West situated at the corner of Dr. Pulmonary BnUnm, of dismission Executor of the estate of Elizabeth The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heiress;

MEJBOTAnE TAEILOE, Company.JAMES A. MCMILLAN.Qiincy Duvl and Front streets, and known as part of lot I I For Couh 101'8, CoW, ,1tnmai. Croup, Jones,late of a said County, deceased. Miss Pickering

.J I taVen the above store between the CITY D c. 29, 1S4"->. 21 Co Tax Collector. number three in spare number seven, according to Whooping-Con. }loarmtI Rronthtu., RICHARD TAYLOR. A,eanio, or the Sculptor's Appt"Dtice.by A.D
HAS A. G. Bowman's plan of said Injr"nza. ma*. Love and ,
and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he Notice. city. Sum'l o Pain Spttting Jefferson County, Drc. 20. 1845. 226m Smit.The
CHRLES \LLORY. illustrated of Palestine KiLts,
will keep on hand a choice s*le etion. of FRENCH month alter date the undersigned will of Blood, Consumption Difficultyof history Joo
SIX pre B> S R. MALLORY. his Attorney. Iolire. The Manuel of Matrimony by a
: AND ENGLISH CLOTHS CASSIMERS VESTINGS Breathing, S-e. BacbEo.MystEries
his accounts and touchers to the Judge of Key West March 7, 1M6' 33 eow4m Ie. months after date I shall my of the Backwoods, by 11--
;; Kc He would respectfully solicit a continucnce Probate of Wakulla County, a Administrator on the THIS article has lonj ben held in high e tima- SIX to the Hon Judge present of account thor of Tom Owen Tor.
1" of the patronage of his Honda friends, bdiev- estate of M C. ,brton. and apply for letters ofdiamis..ion The Upper Mwtimiee SprIngs, for the Me-" of the breast and .alchef A Winter Gift for Ladies,
Jefferson County, and then apply for letters of dis being i
i ig he will be enabled to give them the most entire offered the deserving inJQ
situation. from /aid(estate. EAST "LORI I)A. lung, and is to public as a remedy mission as Administrator of the several estates of Needle-work. .
JOHN P. JUSGFRFORD. subscriber takes this of in. a trial by all who are thus afflicted. George Ritchie. Smith Kruppand John Fleming Field. Nich The Orange
April Z. 1545 37.r In right of hi, wife JlnlcrftrJ. : .TIE his friends and mftho public. that Particular directions accompany each bottle of the Ackley Gorpe Sill JERNIGAN. of Venice The West BiSt"low.Cadft, G
: ALEAlUE1
December : ISl't. 23 taken a lease of the above establishment medicine. Price 50 cents. fi, 1S41. f.mWnkiilln. Love and Murder, Durbin's Observation is tl*
M'CANIS & SPENCER 1ot of : Sold in Tallahassee,Florida, by DeC'tmbr East, Clark's
"i lye. for a term years, and will be prepared to accommodate Cesar. Playfair's Euclid

r.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. months after date, the undersigned will apply all who may favor. him with their com LEWIS t AMES Druggists. County Noye's Penmanship. New lfUic. Paper IQ WIdow
SIX Decembers, I'H5. 20
the Honorable James Uoml. Judge ot pany. As regards the mineral qualities of the waster T.X.COLLECTOR'S SALE. Curtains House Paper nrden. tc.,if.

.I!; ; \\t Y TILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis. Probate of Leon. county for leter E of dismi'!ion from it cannot be surpassed hv any watering place in Samuel W.Cnrmnck, Samuel n. >Y virtue of the authority in me by law, For sale by P. A )
trict andtbeCourt of and in tha America. The will be the first S.c B 2", 1546. 27
Appeals the estate of F. Brant, Springs opened by January
phens and J. Baker, I have this day levied upon, and expose topubic
Wayles
; i' wer Counties of Office Monticello' of moderate wi
Georgia. at F. WIENKER > day May. Charges ,and every attentionw
of the Court the
5 sale, in front coun-
!!a.__ Sept. 21. ISH. 9.E G. VlNGERHOETS,5Admri1Jatmir ill be paid to the comfort of all who may favor him ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Wakulla, State of Honda, Notice.S i
10. IS 10. 25 Cm with their company. formed a partnership in the practice of ty IX months alter date shall apply to tbe Jut-
p 4: 83O REWARD. _- --}.-- FRANCIS A. HUSON Proprietor. HAVE, and will give their joint attention to business On thcfrsl Monday in August 7 erf, Jude of Probate for Jefferson County(or letters

: RUNAWAY from the subscriber 15 miles For Sale. March 7, 1S46. 33 3m confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit, between the usual hours, the following pieces o of d : a Administrator of Edmund Gray bt*
9 east of Tallahassee, on the night of the 2d wrl selected Miscellaneous Library of the and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the parcels of lands, viz: of said County deceased.
1 '.inst a negro man TOM. five feet five inches A DOt approved English editions of standard JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA BY Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STEPHFKS will continue Lot 8,containing 474 acres,and known GEORGE W. SANDL.

.i) and a half high ; light complexion and an intelligent works consist ing of abut one thousand volumes. J. R. FORTUNE to reside at Qnincy. SAMUEL W. CIRMACK the numbr Survey according to the original survey Jefferson County January 10, 1&6. 6

countenance: a peaked forehead with a scar For l'articulf. apply on nnn PRIME CIGARS in boxes of and J. WYLE BAKER at Tallaha!!ee. One of the made by Asa Hartfeld. Survevor. Also, lot* number -

.;: extending between the eve-brows to the root of his JOS. F. Y'HEWOOI. each. 10 firm wi spend a part of his time at Apalaehicola. 42, 43, 44., ::5.5', 6.f 1. 62, CSt: 09, 70, 79, TO PRINTER.7t
nose ; about thirty years old. January 1'). 1S16. 25 OC'ia, Jeflrn (. 12 doz. bottles assorted SWEETMEATS, ana attend to any communications directed to so. SI. containing ech 360( acres, and known and Foundry I Pntm .W8 Were-
: The above reward will b* given to any person apprehending Notice. lb*. Spanish Cinnamon CHOCOLATE, that place. described by said numbers according to the original HE subrib have opened a new Type F ***
said .:'e Torn on the delivery of the 2 .
e c month after date, I shall apply to the Hon. kegs OI.IVF December 20.181"I 22 survey made by Asa Haxtfield, Surveyor All the M dry city ot New York,where uy'
q fi same to me,at my plantation. SIX above described lots of land situated, and be to orders *
e of Probate in and for n County for 12 dozen JFJ.LY. Land lying ready supply to any extent, for any ki
CHAS. L. POWELL. Jeff : Company.
.. i Apnlnchlcoln ing in the county of on the west side of job or Type, Ink, Cases
i letter of dmrniosioii a* E tuto& Moore, February 14, 18-6. 30 Wakula. fancy Paper, ,Galleys,B
April 11,1916. i 3$ late of said county, deceased. ALL persons!are hereby warned not to trespass the Wakulla River bing of what is know Rule Steel column do., Composing Stick .
:: CLOTHING CLOTHING HARDY MOORE. STARR, LLOYD "FLAGG to make use of, or commit waste in any un- a Forbes Purchase, levied upon a the property and every article necessary for a Printing *

,; Jefferson County. January !1. I4G. 20 Cm ARE now receiving per Brig Emeline from New lawful manner on the lands of the Apalachicola of the Apalachicola Land Conv-any and w i b sold The Type, which are cast in new moulds,II .
A LARGEasortxn-ntof SPRING and SUMMER and Schoorttr Home from New Orleans Land Company which have not been regularly dis. to satisfy their State and County Tax for county entire new set matrixes with ( ,
p CLOTHING: A\\*. BOOTS SHOES HATS, Notice. Rio, Laguira and Java Cofe.loaf and crushed Sugar posed of by ui. or our competent agent or agents of Wakulla for the year 1845. warranted to o unsurpassed by deep, and will *a>
l t.c.,just received an l for sale bv month. after date, I shall present to the Hon. Wine, Brandy complete assortmentof heretofore a.. the penalty of the law will be strictly AHIJAH HALL, at prices to b the time any b

i_ L. t II. GREENBERG & CO. SIX of Probate for Jefferson County. my final Iron Steel, Nails, &c.February enforced against all offenders. Shff. and ex Tax Col., Wakulla Co. Printing Presses furnished, and also SteO> E
March 21. JSla. i 33 account and vouchers a Administrator of FrancisGad 21, I16. 31 Applications may be made for purchases,lees or January 22, [24] 1 ofc 216m gines of the most approved patem

late of said County!, deceased; and shall then otht'rwia. for the undipoed of portions or tracts Composition Rollers cast .
I Just Received by J. R. Fortune, apply fur letters dismission as.u Administrator.. NEW BOOKS, Ac.TTISTORY of said land line and beine in the counties of Wa Notice. A mechinist attendance to

Itt., QBBLS.1'RMELARD! STEVENS of Puritanism, by Thomas W. Coit D. kulla I.on. Gadsden and Franklin and known as months after date,I present my final ac- presses and do coontl i r
5. :t.' oiJ 5 kegs j" Jefferson County. January 10, IS- DRIDER.. JLJL D., Fruits and Fruit Trees of America, by A. the"Forbes Purchase,"to our duly authorized agent, SIX and vouchers to shal Hon. Judge of Editors of Newspaper, who will three lias *
j' 10 bbls yellow Irish Potatoes. J. Downing, Christmas Holidavs, Rome, by W. J. Mr. JAMES E. BETTNER. in the vicinity of Quincy.- bate in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply Pro much type es their bills bo,may K1"*jf*
aunt
: t Mch2ilSl id. t 35ir Notice. Kip Life of Paul Jones by Alexander Slidell Mac. JO EPI DFLAFELD. for a discharge a Administrator de bonii non of the above six months'insertion in their papers,lodiO"their
months aitcr date I will present my accounts kenzie,The Practical Astronomer by Thos. Dick, CURTIS estate of James Hall, late of said county,deceased papers containing it to the
E. BA IXARD, Jr., I SIX vouchers to the lon Judge of Probate of Erasmus Wilson on Healthy Skin, Truttttt of the.ptl ckoa LNd Co. WM. BUDD. COCKRO OVEREND.subribr_ .y.

I bit friends and the public I ant County, and apply ( leten of dismission & The life of Frederic Schiller,by ThossCarlyle January 10, 1846. Jefferson County, January 17, 1846. 6m February 31 lS fim I _
taken the store on the cor. administrator of the estate Jame Simmons late Wiley and Putnam's Library No. 2, Poe's Tales, Notice. 21

itINFORMS and Two Hundred Foot 01 said county Citizen Prle. by Mary Howitt. Administrator's Notice. LAW NOTICE.
opposite the Court House, deaed.SLAS D. Lady of Essay on THE undersigned, duly authorized agent of the months have united in al j
ALLE. DYeopent.Fremont' of the Apalachicola Land Company. SIX after date I shal present myaccunt THE undersigned the practic
be found general assortment February 14.1S45. Exploring will *
a 3 fm Expiion. sell rent such vouchers, and application to Judge They attend the several Courts
:1 is to or portions and tracts
oJ f genuine DRUGS >; "I> MEDICINES. Every at- Notice. American Cookery, of prepared land within the Forbes Purchase as have not been of Probate of Leon County for letters of di mission Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Fl1*
: tention to order of Physicians and Planters. Past and Present, by Carlyle.Splendid Administrator Es- and the Counties of Franklin and io***
paid month. after date I shall apply to the Hon. of said Land as on the estate of Bartholomew Jackson
disposed by Company. Per
Bibles low regularly
articles warranted good low far eath. SIX family at very prices.Clerk's Western Circuit. Also J tk'
quality
All e of for Jefferson county for letters sonal interviews may be had with the at lick,deceased, of said County. th District Court
Assistant
J4 He has just received 8 supply of SHERMAN'S Pobe Dapt.t Harmony subcribr JOHN MYRICK Adm'r. United States to held at and tbs&'
diitniuion of Jacob Carter, nfi of b
of in the
"dmiti.trator Quincy or Talau
a Cluster Buk' Theological Dictionary, or hbrho leter may
COUGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC Mer' b January 3. 21 6mJut preme Court of State of
a. WOR. valiabl articles, and the most agreeable late of said county,deceased.JOHN FREEMAN. Sbakspeare with forty en .. directed to through the Post at 1&5. THOMAS Forida. ,
SCHOOL BOOKS &c.Goodrich' place and Tallahassee. .
administringmeieines. received by J R. Fortune
.1 form,of County,, February 1. 1546. 6m 29 History U. States and Questions to do.Parey' JAMES E. BETTNER, Agent THOMAS H. HAGNFB,
SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLAS. the Jeenn IHD. ettn sugar Hams,a size for family Attorneys and Counsellors at !>*.
Common School of the Trustee of the Apalachicola Co. 1 cue a
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cbeap.t and best planter e'e Notice. History, January 10. 23 I Ln use, Tallahassee February 211846., 31
.or Itheumaism.F1iathIBIckSid8U1d. i Wealc month after dtf. I shall apply to the Judge Parker. Eerd.P o.Cmpiho. 1S Small lot prim Lard, -

oeu, Jtc. -' SIX( Probate (or Jefferson County for letters of Dui.Allebn. Last Notice. Sal assortment of choice Brandies tad Wines 11 otlceSIX .
AIo. DR.J-OLOSfa OLOSAQNIAN, or ALLUEALJNOBALSAN dismission M administrator of Norman High,late of&d Ain.wrth'Lexicon Latin Dictionary, persons indebted to the estate of Henry J .superior Monongabela Whiskey. monthtaftor date. I shall present 1ft16aaJ
Leverett's Latin
tn inviloable article for Colds, deceased. JULIUS Kingsley'i Tacitu, ALL late February 21, IMC. 31 .
County IIGH Latin Levizac's French Grammar dee. of Ln County, are' and toucher*to tbe Hon.Judj of PtI'
: Ci gtaMthths.BLzliflg*t:tk.JLcrtp, Cousunipti > Jeg.Tson County, January 10. 1S48. '15 .Ln. Phrases, Envelopes (or Letters, hereby notified mus b mae without Porter and Claret.A ia.and (or the County of Jefferson,and tiien PPs)
on .ad dKeaeae Psinphletj, contain'tig delay to S-S. S1BLEY. Agent, u indulgence of '.taM .
itkol for t dischtrge "u Admmistntor toe
Take Notice. Perforated Paper Necklaces andAmulets, D lrb CASKS LONDON PORTER
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(valuable effect!,can had Ita', by ap'! $IK extra priec:will be paid for Hides stretched Icc., &c.- Just per Brig Eeln and forM can b granted.WESLEY MANNING Adm'r. 4Jy 3 doz. CUiet jost received and for sale'by Stephen: Woolf,latt..r SOLOxcm--E.IfAI aid comr R"M '
I vine b g .t1}with after the Indian fashion by !. by P. A. STARR, LLOYD I FLAGG.
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