The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 23, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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r PITtY.r lite Wa: hi"gfon! Union.. : oarahttrcbes-an a Baptist and a Ep.cpL bi a Presbyterian thoMetlwduthavfl +

STAND BY YOUR COUNTRY" taken tur ereto
FJ 0""n'D *'f another. We have a Temperance .
and F I Society
wu'Leave the emphatic you friend admonition staid of General by your who country tot L \ to which fall oprio present number.some and an Odd Fellows sixty member.Lodge, '

delegate of the Baltimore Convention stopped Thus much for the of Jacksonville
the old Hero cnitio"
at the Hermitage and expressed to i and East Florida at time May
between his friendship for one present
his embarrassment .. I increase in wealth and u it ba
of the Presidential candidates;and bit principles in ------ tbe last For patio
it the
BY S. S. year. n
favor of the annexation of Texas. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDAl lAY 23 VOLXVII -NO,44.
SATURDAY, 1846. duty of the editor to b watchful o their interesf .

M Stand by your country!*{f Let each word I we hope the people of East Fo will

Siak to the soul like living flame plendid..cavalry on the retreating columns of and considering the weight he carried, he-run: as--of otf-.or, at least the surgeon should'-departed--- --from-- -Mexico on a mission to one also not b unmindful of him. it merchants .

For in a Patriot's heart nvf stirred. LaDBw. ,But the stem hero immediately well. But the dogs soon tired him down, and operate ia mercy,before the coffin lid be clos tbe European governments ; but the' truth I o*, arertis liberally and its citizen subscribe .
And from a Patriota lips they came : formed:iis troops Mm er>e70n," and retired when I / same d gyre. the
't came up with him, he was in a beautiful ed. he went straight to Havana, where, i niaid, Lt nu i
From one,who although in the pare; without confusion. But the retreat became sweat, I might say fever, and then to see he is trying to sell letter marque to cruise printer be neglected while prosper.JarTuonrille .- i;

l Still sends a voice to warn and save. general, and had the Austrian commander, his tongue sticking out of his mouth a feet and From the A"/ O. Picayune. against American commerce.o Se of the Neies.WASBI.IGTOX.

e.Stand by your country!"' What are all Melas, pushed the battle here, nothing short his cheeks so fat he couldn't look cross. In LATE FROM MEXICO.The I [l. S. vessels might render goo if they May 11, ISlti.

The ties of friendship aid of blood. of a miracle could have saved Bonaparte from this fix I blazed tt him, and pitch me nakec1 trig Josephine, Capt. Robinson, arri- were .stationed off the ports .-iY. O. .

When they would lure yon from the call utter ruin. But he thought the battle alreadywon into a briar patch if the steam didn't come out red yesterday: from Vera Cruz, having sailed Courier. UNITED STATES SETE

To battle for your country's good- and that it was now only a pursuit, and of the bullet hole ten foot in a strait line.- thence on the 26th ulu, three days after the The Picayune of this morning announces The following Message from the President (

Your country's rights ? Oh, next to Heaven. he retired to the rear weary and exhausted The fellow, I reckon, was made on the big Orleans, which brought our latest previous ad. that the Insurance Companies oft this city have of tbe United States, was received by the .

Let heart and hand to her be given and no wonder, he was eighty.four years ol f pressure system, the lead port of burst his bl vices. commenced to insert the war clause in their hands of- bis private Secretary :

ler." Tho of Juhn Adams the I policies American vessels. Have they To the Senate and .
Stand !** Never age.But sloop war, was I ta
For by your country sleep! at this moment, Desaix appeared on the "That column of steam was rather curious, only vessel of the United States King. at Sac I ken this step from apprehension that American House of Representatives :

many a myrmidon ia near. field bringing the reserve. Desaix rode up or else the bear must have been warm," observed rificios when the Josephine left, the squadronnot I vessels wi be captured.by Mexican privateersor The existing state of the relations between

With bitter scorn and hatred deep to Bonaparte, and said, 66 think this must be the foreigner, with a laugh. then having returned to its anchorage.The :- other motive has prompted them to the United States and Mexico, render it pro

01 all a freeman holds most dear : put down as a battle lost." "I think it is a "Stranger, as you observe, that bar was royal mail l steamer Tweed arrived at I it 1 All the ports of Mexico are blockadt per that I should bring the subject to the consideration .

Men who would have you bow the knee battle won," replied Napoleon, "push on and I warm, and the blowing off of the steam show. Vera Cruz from Tampico on the 24lh ull., but -not with paper, according to English of Congress. In my message at

Like them, to ruthless 3fotiarchy.N will rally the line behind you." Riding along ed it, and also how hard the varmint had been 'he papers say not a word as to the state of mode, but with real ships of war, accordingto the commencement of your present session, i

Stand by your country !": To the sky the army he had just stayed in its rapid re. run. I have no doubt if he had kept on two hings in the latter city. the laws of nations. No national vessel, if the state of these relations, the cause which

Let her proud banner be]unrolled treat, he said, soldiers we hare retired far miles further his insides would have been The latest advices received at Vera Cruz the Mexican had any-no privateeranevde led to the suspension of diplomatic intercourse !

t, Nor to one honest heart deny enough-let us now advance-vou know it is stewed ; and I expect to meet varmint yet of tom Matamoros were to the 15th ult.. imme- the vigilance of the American cruisers between the two countries in March, 1945.

% The shelter of its starry fold : my custom to sleep on the field of battle." At extra bottom, who will run himself into a skin (lately after the arrival of Gen. Ampudia.Ris .- before their ports, and get out t sea. What and tbe long-continued and unredressed

But hail with joy one added ray that: moment Desaix led on a fresh column of full of bear's grease ; it is possible-much on. notice fc> Gen. Taylor, to retire behind danger, then, of their capturing American vessels and injuries committed by the Mexi

That, tells of Freedom's onward w ay. 5,000 grenadiers, but at the first fire he fell, likelier things have happened." the Nuec was known, and the Vera Cruza- 1 Whence are the captor to come ? To wront' on citizens of the United

Stand by your country !**' Let no foe shot through the heart." Alas it is not permitted "Whereabouts are these bears so abundant nOl expected next to hear that hostillitie had what ports will they carry their prizes? If States in their person and property, went

. Pollute her soil or hover ter; me to weep, said Napoleon. "On !I" ?" enquired the foreigner, with increasing commenced. We have heard it reported that privateers are fitted out in neutral ports, the briefly net forth.

And Texas!-n 'rr should History show And they did on, sweeping line after line, till interest. the BrUsh consul saw the letter of Ampudia nation to which those ports belong, penita an As tie tct and opinions which were then

That England's morning drum" beat there, he whole army was routed, and the battle be. Why, stranger they inhabit the neighbor. to Gen.Taylor before he Rent it, and that he unfriendly and hostile act to be done within its laid you were carefully considered, I
came a slaughter. The Austrian cavalry fell hood of settlement of the jurisdiction and will be held for it cannot better conviction
Or that the British lion's roar I my one prettiest approved of the same. Thelexic3.n! papers responsible express my present
c Was heard on Oregon's wi111 shore. J back on their own infantry, trampling themto places on Old Mississippi-a perfect location say nothng of this, but they received their in. by the United States. If a due proportion of of the condition of affairs up lo that time, than

death; while the French hol7e charged like and no mistake-a place that had some defects formatiot from Matamoros by the Tweed.- the cre\V ofprvteeruaing under the Mexican by referring you to that communication.The .
Stand by your country Right or wrong, fire over the broken columns. The routed until tbe river made the cut-ofT at the' Shirt- It was reported at Vera Cruz.that the American i, flag arc citiens they are strong desire to establish peace with ,

Be ready, in the hour cf peed- I army at length reached the Bormida, and tail.bend,' and that remedied the evil, as it citizms at Matamoros had been compelled !I pirates, and most assuredly will be treated as Mexico, o liberal and honorable term, and
Though: countless ills should round thee throng, were precipitated down its banks till its cabin such whenever fallen in with the readiness of this to
steep brought my on the edge of the ri\'er- by Amptdia"of fried oil memory. as! he is they are by au government regulate
And homes be wrecked and bosoms bleed stream was choked with the bodies of men a great advantage in wet weather, I assure designatid in a priratn letter-to retire into American man-of.war. and adjust our boundary, and other cams of

To plead her caue, and wield the brand and horse rolled by thousands into its purple I you, as you can roll a barrel of Whiskey into the interor, and that they had proceeded to It has been hinted to us that certain emissaries difference with that power on such fair and

For Freedom and your Native Land flood.Bonaparte's my yard in high water, from a boat, as easyas Cindad Tictoria.Prvat who are now, or have been lately here,, equitable principles n would Ia to perma '
star was still in the ascendant. off i had in their commissions for nent relations of the most friendly induced
From the Albany jlrgiu. falling a log ; it's a great improvement, letters make further mention of the pockets privateers, na'urt
THE NEW STATES.The How changed was the scene as I looked up. as toting it by land in a jug, as I used to do, I declaratiin of General Alvarez in the south signed by tbe Mexican authorities, which they me in September last to seek the reopening

bird of Freedom spread his wing on it. The herdsman was watching his herd evaporated it too fast, and it became expensive. against tie Administration and in favor of Fed I were ready to dispose of to persons willing to of diplomatic relations between the two ,

Above the West on the quiet plain, and the careless husband I Just stop with me stranger, a month or two, or eralism. The last previous arrival first appri incur the risk of hoisting t the flag of that coun. countries. Every measure adopted on o
His shall; man was driving his plough through the earth\ a year if you like, and you will appreciate my sed us of his movements. The scope of his try to cruize against the commerce of the U. part had for its object the furtherance of these
they flap fling
pinions as once heaped with the dead. The Bormida I States. desired results. In communicating to Congress .
all who place. can give you plenty to eat-for, be. design appears to be to invest supreme powerin
The dew of peace on cling looked as if it never had received a slain army sides hog and hominy, you can have bar ham a triumvirate composed of Gen's. Santa This traffic in felonious documents might a succinct statement of the injuries !

Around his standard. Empires springWhere'er into its bosom, nor its bright water been and bar sausages-and a matress of bar skinsto Anna, Herrera, and Rincon, until such a timeas have been carried on a week ago without much which we had suffered from Mexico, and t

Le lifts his crest. discoloured with the blood of men. sleep on, and a wild cat skin, pulled off bull a free election of a President can be held. hazard to the persons of these emissaries, but which have been accumulating during a period

No bloody conquest marks his flight- and stuffed with corn shucks for a pillow. The demonstration of Alvarez does not appearto under present circumstances, they might pep- of more than twenty years, every expression .

His talons never tear- A CAPITAL STORY. That bed would put you to sleep if you bad be regarded by the press as formidable, butit haps find some benefit in secrecy and caution. that could tend to inflame the people of

They hold the olive with delight, The Spirit of the Times has an admirable the rheumatics in every joint in your body. I is clearly indicative of the unsettled, and For humanity' sake, we again inform those Mexico, or defeat or delay a pacific reulU

But they who seek, his mountain height story called Big Bear of Arkansas." We call that ar bed a quietus. Then look at my even turbulent, state of the country. emissaries that their movements watched carefully avoided. An envoy of Unltd

And ask: him to maintain their right.: take a fragment showing that small musquitoeswould land, the government aint grit such another The position of the Department of Vera : --V. O. Courier.Something States repaired to Mexico with full power t

Shall find a shelter there. }be of no use in Arkansas," and sets piece: of land as this to dispose; !! of. Such tim. Cruz is one approaching nearest to actual hostility i I about Jacksonville. adjust every existing difference. But though

The galaxy of Freedom grows ting forth th$ merits of a certain dog. her and such bottom land, why you can't pre. to the Administration. The most deter. I present o the Mexican soil, by agreement i
And brightens on our shield ; Where did all that happen ?" asked a cyn. serve anything natural you plant in it, unless mined opposition is there manifested to the We should b doing injustice to our fellow between the two gvrnments invested with
The heart with exultation glows ical looking Hoosier. you pick it young,things will grow out of shape convocation or summons of a constituent Congress citizens and public gterly. we no full powers, and ofthe mOL
Toee our spangled flag disclose "Happen happened in Arkansaw where so quick. I once planted in those diggins a by Paredes, and the assembly of the department allude occasionally to little growth and increasing friendly dispositions, his mission .been un
of the town wherein
The star, no longer lone that rose else could it have happened, but in the crea. few potatoes and beets ; they took a fine start, has unanimously recommended to importance As wehae availing. The Mexican government not only

O'er San Jacinto's field. tion State-the finishing up country ; a State and after that an ox teem couldn't have kept the Provisional President to call together a taken is knots our swtion.out of the State comparativeJynothin" of the refused to receive him, or listen to his prop
where the file in the hem from About that time I went different basis to form re. sition, but, after a long-continued
runs centre ot the 'arth, growing. Congress upon entirely ,
have but of
The sister States begun the and conditionof
and government gives you a title to inch ofT to old Kentuck on business, and did not for the nation a constitution upon a republicanplan. sour, charcter menaces, have at last invaded our territor and
Their constellated every everything to these is
sway ; mat. .
of it. Then its airs, just breathe them} they bear from them things in three months when [The representation to the Congress FloriL abed the blood of our on our ;
The Constitution, like a nun. ter or interest to who have heard 0 and
will make you snort like a horse. It's a State I accidentally stumbled on a fellow who had summoned by Paredes is so distributed that the ( own soil.
Attracts and blends them into one lsiged J to enjoy its delicious climate.
; without a fault, it is." stopped at my place with an idea of buying influence of the Executive will be absolute It now becomes my duty to state more in

While all harmonious they run Excepting musquitoes,"cried the Hoosier. ne out. How did you like things ?" said I. therein ; and it is grievously feared by AC Situated the St. John'sJacksontille upon a bend of that needs noblest of rive the detail the origin, progress and failure of thatmission.

Their ever-brightening way. Well, stranger, except them, for it ar a Pretty well," said he, the cabin is convenient Republicans that Paredes will lend hip powerto art ers and industry of man, to make it the only In pursuance of instructions givenin
Where now their arms extending wide. fact that they are rather enormous, and do and that timber land is good, but the bottom the enemies of free institutions j',,d attemptto most September last, an inquiry was made, on
Invite the newly, wed, push themselves in somewhat troublesome.- I land is not worth the first red cent.- saddle upon Mexico a European monarchy. beautiful town in the Southern States. Although the thirteenth of October, in 1845. in the most
like all this
portion of the State the
With orange-blossoms for the bride, But stranger, they never stick twice in the "Why ?" said I. "Cause it's full of cedar Hence tbe sturdy opposition to the summons friendly terms, through our consul in Mexico,
land around it is low the of the
See Florida! and at her side same place, and give them a fair chance for a slumps and Indian mounds," said he, "and it by Pnrede.J) There i is nothing in the pro river amply amends for yet what in beauty other situa of the minister of foreign atair whether the '

Young Iowa with maiden pride, few months and you will get as much above can't be cleared." "Law," said I, "them ar ceedings of the assembly threatening absolute tions lameness of The Mexican government \"old an envoy
Erects her new crown'd bead. them as an alligator. They can't hurt feel. cedar stumps is beets, and them ar Indian violence ; they do not call for the overthrowof might 'b scenery. from the United States entrusted with full
my geniality of climate is such that in but
Then let the tide of Freedom roll ings, for they lay under the skin, and I neverknew mounds is later hills." As I expected, the the present government, bat they demand few instances have the delicate powers to aju all tbe questions" in d.put
and useless the sile is that it should its and to tropical plants between governments ; with assurance
Across from main to main; but one case of injury resulting from crop was overgrown : change system, yield been distroyed by the winter frost and
too rich, and in Arkansas is the will of the nation.A th that should the answer be in tbe affirmative
And from the Isthmus to the Pole them, and that was a Yankee ; they take worseto planting danger. clearly expressed same attention that is paid to flowers and .
Though countless States arise, one soul foreigners any how than they do on the na ous. I had a good sized cow killed in that regiment on foot was despatched from the in other ornamental such an envoy woul be immediately

The wbole pervading binds the whole tives. But the way they used that fellow !- same bottom land ; the old thief stole a ear of city of Mexico on the 19lh ult. for Vera Cruz, the Union,shrubbery would make Jacksonville any portion o despatched t } The Mexican
First they pinched him until he swell'd and corn and took it down where she slept at nightto and another was shortly to follow it. This a seem. minister, on the fifteenth of October, gave an
With voluntary chain. Paradise. The soil also and
bursted-then he sup-per-a.ted, as the doctor eat ; well, she left a grain or two on the increase of force at that point is made, we ing beinglight affirmative answer to this inquiry, requesting,
it from the miasmas and .
; ground, and lay down on them before have doubt with a view to sandy, secures the same time,that our n3 force at Vera
called it, until he was as raw as beef then he ; morn. no overpower any a ta
IMn OIEl6! :NJ OU ; which render of the Southern
took the ager owing to the warm weather, and ing the corn shot up, an i the percussion killed attempt on the part of Santa Anna's friends to cities :unhealthy in the many time cities Cruz might be withdrawn, Iet its continued t t
finally be took a steamboat and left the her dead. I don't plant any more ; natur intended a revolution, rather than to resist American summer truly presence might assume the appearance of menace .
THE BATTLE FIELD country. of the and we doubt whether there
He was the only man that ever took musqui- Arkansas for a hunting ground, and I aggression as is alleged. Capt. Robinson, is town dea whole North South which and coercion, pending the negotiation
BV J. T. HEADLT. I II toes to heart that I know of. But rnu"quitoes go according to natur." however, states that the greatest efforts are a rival it in or This force was immediately withdrawn. On

the Milan I is and I find fault with her if making to put the castle of San Juan de Ulloain can bealhines. the 10th November, 1345- Mr. John Sli-
hare been four to natur, never
days on way ; In point view Jacksonville
Premature Interment-Alarming Statement. a commerial of Louisiana, was commissioned by m.
of defence that
in order to visit the battle field of Marengo,'; they ar large, Arkansaxv is large, her varmintsand The custom of burial in Franceor a complete state ; is evidently destined to be a place of importance. del and minister
i as
premature of all kinds are carried in abundantly, and that envoy
which is half a day's journey out of the way. her rivers ar large, and small musquitoeswould Situated at the nearest from the plenip
I point
rather the law, for we believe it is mat. the number of from the interior wasswelling tentiary of the United States
I with tbe taken tbe road I Ilover be of no more use in 'Arkansaw, than troops t
was struck care on mouth of the river, which would be convene
ter of police regulation-whatever arguments the garrison.The was intrusted with full power to adjust both
the Appenraes. It is not only smooth preaching would be in a cane-brake. I ient for shipping, it will concentrate the trade
of sound policy it may have to recommmend Administration is pursuing measures of tbe questions of the Texas boundary and of
i and in excellent order, but men are stationed This knockdown argument in favor of mus. it, is opposed by one of such overwhelming' severity against the A new of the whole of the district of the St. John's, indemnification to our citizens. The redress
at certain intervals,during the summer months quitoes used the booster up, and the logician I increasing press. the ef which shows be
I force, that the continued maintenance of the decree was promulgated on the 19th ult., dated resources every day to of the wrongs of our citizens naturally and
I to wet' it once a day at we do in Broadway, started on a new track, to explain how numerous and immense. The of
practice, in defiance of that, is one of those the day previous, prohibiting authors, editors more more vast tracts inseparably blended itself with the question of
the dust down. \\ should bear were in his "digging, where he
to keep e regard land around the head waters of the river .
curious social problems, our satire against from advocating sugar The settlement the one ques
or printers directly or indirectly
this at borne an entire waste of labor.f represented them to be about AS plenty as the Island cotton and the tobacco of bundary. o
which is only disarmed by remembering how the views of invader of the Republic sea I any correct view of the subject involve
; We did not arrive at Marengo in time to blackberries, a little plcntifuller. any Alachua and Marion Counties the
many such obstinate errors there are amongst whatever,or from promoting changein Columbia I that of the other. I could not, fo a
visit the field that evening, so we passed on Upon the utterance of this assertion, a timid ourselves. any turpentine and hides Duval, Nassau, and entertain the idea that the moment
the established order of o I clims
things or
to Alexandria, where we stopped over night. little man near me inquired if the bears in Tbe number of living interments that have from attacking present caluminously the St. John's, must all a depot at this place. injured and long-suffering ctizens o many ot

This is the strongest fortified inland place I Arkansas ever attacked the settlers in num. been interrupted by accidental circumstancesalone ers of the nation or the department.supreme Other pow. The trade of tbe whole of the,St. John's and which ba existed for more thn twenty yean,
have ever seen. Well manned and provisioned in France, since 1933, amounts to 04 sections invest the of the dEpa.rt.menta of the Octawaha and other rivers that flow should postponed, or separated from tb.settlement .
it would be impossible to take it. It j "No, said our hero, warming, "no, stranger Ninety-four attested cases in which the living with the most governors to deter. into it, must find a depot at Jacksonville, of the boundary question.
and soldiers. ,seem to f form for jou see it ain't the nature of a bar to arbitrary power and this becomes
it a singular city, have narrowly escaped being laid amongst! the mine what shall constitute violation of the as productive region more Mr. Slidell arrived at Vera Cruz on the
the majority of the population. The peasantry go in droves ; but the way they squander aboutin tbeoI I dead!-the wrong of the premature death being above prohibition, and who are guilty of it, and thickly settle d, we shall reap the benefit of it 30th of November, and was courteously received .
and is And then
that come in at morning to sell fruit, etcetera pairs single edifying. nothing to the horror of that inconceita.ble what measures of punishment shall be inflicted Three steamers already ply regularly every by the authorities of that city. But
I hunt them-the old black rascals know
are a squalid looking raoe. way awakening in the grave In the eye of offenders. By this decree former decrees week upon the river, two of them from Savannah the government of Gen. Herrera was then

The field of Marengo is not, like most mod. I the crack of my gun as well as they know apig's I common sense,judged by the rules of the most of upon the same subject are abrogated, and the to Pilatka, and the other from Jackson tottering to iu fall. The revoluionar party t
with who. squealing. They grow thin in our parts, to Lake Monroe. We lo k forward to
era battle grounds, overrun guides ordinary inference, each one of these cases, one is to continue in force until the vie party had seized upon the question t
do take the noise
tell you some truth, and a good;deal of fable. it frighten them so ; they not so escaped, would have been a murder ; Constituent Congress shall act the sub time when we shall daily have an arrival effect or hasten its overthrow. Iu determination

It is left undisturbed, and not a guide can be I dreadfully, poor things. That gun of mine is because the plea of non-inteation cannot be ject. Another provision sets at upon large those and departure of a steamboat from our port. to restore friendly relation with the Link

found. Few visit it, and I found a written I a perfect epidemic among b tr-if not watched allowed to a Jaw which risks it against such who bad previously been arrested for abusingthe With a river navigable for two hundred and ted States, and to receive O minister, t negotiate

description that I had in my pocket indispensable. I closely, it will go off as quick on a warmscent I evidence as this. Of these ninety-four cases, liberty of the press It is conjectured by fifty mile from its mouth, and flowing through for the settlement of this question, was .

This is one of those battles where as ray dog Bowieknife will ; and then the dog, 35 persons recovered spontaneously from their some that this last provision was the real motives a most productive country, i thi. at all! im. violently assailed and w made the great

Bonaparte escaped as by miracle, utter de. whew! why the fellow thinks the world i. full lethargy at the-moment when the funeral ceremonies of the whole decree, as the editor of El probable ? I them denunciation against it 'Te government .

feat. The Austrians were full 40,000 strong, of bar, Le finds them so easy. It's lucky he I were about taking place ; 13 were aroused Tie had already been proceeded against Although our little town dos not at present of Gener Herrera, i
while Napoleon could muster Put half that I don't talk as well as think: for with his natural under the stimulus of the busy love and it po would have been grossly invidious to contain more than 800 inhabitant this i. reason to was sincerely, g

number. Napoleon formed three lines; one modesty, if he should saddenly learn bow much and grief about them ; 1 by the fall of the have released him save under a gf'nerallaw. much considering the recent birh the place, receive our minister ; but it yielded to the

t a advance of Marengo, at Padr Buona; one be i. acknowledged to be ahead of all other I coffin which inclosed them : 9 by the pricking But whatever the motive of the proceeding and the short period which has elapsed since I son raised by its enemies, and o the 2lst

Marengo; and one behind this little hamlet dogs in the universe, be"would be astonished of the flesh) in sewing up the shroud ; 5 the decree itself u as tyranical as any'that the settlement of the Indian war. Our merchants I of December refused to accredit Mr. Slideil,

which indeed consisted of scarcely: half a to death iu two minutes. by the sense of suffocation in their coffins; could have been dictated by Narvaez. Go. who are honorable and enterrising. I Ian upon tbe most frivolous pretexts. These are .

dozen bouses. The first line was under Gar- We have only room for another extractwhich 19 by accideatal delays wkich occurred in the rostiza, the Minister of Finance who had just whose reputation at the cities I s fully and ably the note of Mr.

dose, the second under Victor.and; the third gives bis account of the fatness"of the interment (how significant is this item !)and been installed into office, threw up his portfolio unimpeachable, already carry on a considerable Slideil of the eIpJI last, to the

Commanded by Napoleon in person. It is a Arkansas bear, and of the soil of the creation 6 by voluntary delays suggested by doubt as to to mark his dissent from it. Until the vacancy trade with tbe interior, by land, in cot Mexican minister of foreign relations, here

broad plain, with nothing to Intercept the : State." 4 death These, then, are they who have trs: be filled Castillo y Lanzas, tbe Secretary ton, hides, tobacco, and sugar. They seem 'wit trnsmitte that I deem it .unnecelr
tharge of cavalry for miles Lei i< scattering What season of the year do the hunts take aped 4 : now, think of the whole numerous of State, was to discharge tbe duties of disposed to exert themselves for the improvement 1 to fuer detail on portion o .
with the exceptioa'of a narrow, place I" enquired a gentlemanly foreigner, and and remember of the place, and one them, Mr. T. 1 the
trees and huts, family of trance epilepsies, the station. The press WHS bitter in its denunciation o
hot due'P stream, with a mirey? .;bottom that 'who, from certain peculiarities of his baggage, that the population of France are habitually oftitfi decree. The Locomotor,of Vera O. HOLMES, has had the publi spirit to construct sbj af.er the date of Mr. Slide 11'*

Passes directly in front of Mawngo.: Here [[ suspected to be an Englishman on tome huddled into their narrow homes within Cruz, say. that no circumstances can justify its a road by the river ade chiefly a his I note, Gen. Herrera the

Victor .tood. The Austrian heavy infantry bunting expedition, probably at the fool of the four and twenty, or at most eight and forty provisions; that it is hostile to the interest of own expense,-an undertaking which will add I to Gen. Paredes ye1 gYle. &o
dune down on :Rocky Mountains. before tbe much to tbe good appearance and convenienceof I the 30th of December resigned the
and presidency.
fcnned in tbe open field, hour after death- grim conquer. the country and the Government; and that it

Carde n.... .A.....;....ift.im-.-. back on-- Victor. .- .posted "The season for bunting, stranger, ..said,. or ha had time, in most cases, to hang his i. peculiarly impolitic at the moment of a rupture the town. This revolution was accomplished 10
.a the other side-6 of the ravine. the man of Arkansas, "is generally all toeabout ensign there" with the United States, when it i. M necessary False ida are entertained at the North .I ly by the army, the popl baring tn l.
round, and the bunts take place as with the healthiness of 1 Ue in the thus the
The liroilevrt of both armies,were ranged year Ere yet decay's effacing fingers for tbe government to conciliate pop. regard tl Florid part cntea supreme
q opposite sides of this stream, and there, reg'lar. I read,in history that varmints have Have swept the lines where beauty lingerir- ular favor. A private letter received by a commercial which it would be well to correct. i* power ia Mexico passed into the hands o a

.gab the muzzle of their piece J almost touch their fat aeUQII and their lean season. Thatu I and then calculate, if you dare, the numbers house here states that the editor and probably no State in the Union more heat l mHtar leaer.Determind .

hg stood and fired into each other's faces and not the CM In Arkansaw, feeding as they whom no such intervening angel came to rescue proprietor of the Monitor have been arrested than East and South Ford yet it u generally to leave uo effort untried to

boa for two hoars. It did not seem pour do upon,U>>>V,, pontaneous productions of the from this inconceivable horror On that under {the decree, and on the 20th ult. sentenced I supposed that i. a common; eec a amicable adjustment with Mexico, I
sale tbeylkww: 'trae continued fat season the silent but San Bias. here a* at New Orlean On two bccajions.. Mr. Slideil his .
lie, M I stood by that stream narrow I I bead the statistic*, of course, are ,- to imprisonment a Quern drec t present ceDa
ihnost across it, that two armies 'rear iWjnoV s tbongh in the winter thing in suggestive. Of all but these 94, the grave Dens easy/perdere,pries dt only, within the memory of man, ha. it been t government of Gen Pares a u
c Utfaad for that length of tinja so close to this way iI..1iule more greasy than in summer keeps the secret : but remember that of all The Vera Cruz paper cntiD strong representation seen in East Florida, and then it did n extend I t be officially received by bil'Ter .

5* other,and fired so steadily it eacb other. ,I must admit. For that reason, ban run ,who, since 1833, were about to be buried alive, mad by leading comeria hoes beyond St. Auine. into which it iris have been I less ground for taking step had

"* but few rods and the tans with u* in warm weather, but in winter they these are the favored of accident ; then taketo of that city to the Pre. setting forth imported from aba. has never visited Gen. Paredes come into power by a .
were '
J a apart rp
,Fat fat! it s an enemy' speed Jacksonville, the same constitutional. succession la .
-tad down whole only 1 waddle I Tables of Chances, and tremble be. tbe onerous nature of the duty enforced upon heatDes t
"-b b of musketry living men.together At length swepj the indomi. -it tames every thing that has plenty of it. fihe your the resulting relative figure which they tbe exportation of Te communica.tion prvail both winter and aumraer. j administration would have 'cnn
wild turkey(rain its influence as l sp. to edacate their cbUdreVfaj ouc feat a mere constitutional
of horror bya
before I bare seen And for all this amount a very long .
Victor retire
ent i
: was compelled to bar in this fat cons pre auppn climate, location fora -' Betters and the refusal
no ,
chickens. Jlun a -in the genial jjtovenuaent
is Jaid bt
eentle a* In England, no nan Ttgorec. o Ga
and fell flack Lan. the leuy. b
& force on cure are '
superior ,
the critter for could be found and If minister would
( jailer
4 it improve ( local at oar :Jbo
***. who advancing to meet him. The dition, Mdtbe way in the grave till Bigot have Mt in of that com- the ubject one o }n&r"- bliev rra
was !is ,ti oufc"f. the ile up however the heart until the government duty DOOGKTT, wd b L feaWfeevs deemed conclusive, unless an i i
tbeT001' eating which, may th cm. cpte'
fenasd a seeond line of deff ooe, bat from I lag corruption, beam Gen. p '
cant tell t'other np the lingto : Ji aa8en.had girea by *
with the meat until you reliere at least from the moat plained lat t ti. o i
Aostruns drove them ihriok (remit
charge of the nmw
I his
( JnTa proof that cllueu are not unmindful inverse the decision,of jir4f
this often. with it.
.* which. J'TO done of all. In if the dead o wlr.
why Geneiil EUaltze baring marched I terrible fear prance abunt .
&I, .&Wtad"Mm on the xbjhi dank, and "I recollect: One old petty ke fellow morning on the in partacu.Ur stretch., must be put amy 10 coon/It should be by pre, L .--It was repotted that Almonte' o their religious duties, we have already 1 I

'a 'topoet sqmdry after yadfoa of bier' I, ,of.putting*a I

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1'\ -t.": But the government of Gen. Paredes'owes- & lingLtr public faith for'tbi;*reo F the said volunt .shall their.own-- --t the--6th insf.-, with--dttachment of troops, de. ther intelligence from Gen Taylor' army.- dent that he would b able to forca Ms
furnis the
I i-.1 it* existence to a mijitary revolution! by Which, d it'1 d. A governroent and if cavalry, own hines ; terinf to open communication between Also the formal declaration of War by the to Mexicans camp, in spite of any opposition
cote could
V the subsisting constitutional authorities had either unable or unwilling ar to enforce I Ihe tere into service shill tx armed Isabel and the army opposite Matamor- President, by order Congress. Fifty thousand under his make. Te fJfJf and mT
,J; been subverted. The form ()f governmen\ execution ofauch treaties, fails to perform one and the expense of Jje f nite os which baa for some days been cut off nnd men and ten millions of dollar have and comp and, wer th Terr h !
spirit .
f- ,! was entirely changed, as well as all the high of its plainest dutit's.Ourcmmerce States. eq'Jipp : : only effected in one instance, by the valiant been placed subject to the order ofthe Presi.i battle with the highly In at the prospect
functionaries by whom it was administered. with :Mexico has been almost SEC. 4. And b i fut r enaled, That and undaunted Walker of the Texs Rangers enemy. a conversation wit
-I'I. Under these circ mstanct'lt. :Mr. Slidell I!, in annihilated.! was formerly highly I beneficial said volunteers shalh n called hto actual whose horse was shot from under him in the dent.The one of the officer of the Flirt, GeD. !
I TaIl
4. I obedience to my direction, addressed a note to to both nati'nR but our merchant service, and remaining theren, be sub- attempt, and the loss of six men. news from the army is rather indefinite, obtain that from all the information he
he Mexican minister' of foreign relations! un. hare beru deterred from prosecuting it bttho ject to the rules and articles of xvarand shallbe : St. In jo and Isabel are now under martial and such as to excite great interest for further the whole Mexican force on bothi

4 .. der date ol the Ut March: last, asking to l he system of outrage .anJ extortion which tUqMexicr.n > in all respects, except as to cllhing and j l law-every citizen compelled to do military advices. The next mail may possibly bring 000.ofthe river, did not exceed from 7,000 to Ii

.' received by that government in the diplomatic authorities h.ivt, pursued against pay, placed on the same footing xxth similar duty. the .
character to which tie had been aopointrd. them, whilst ilicir tbro1 'their' own corps of the United States army, md in lieu On the morning of the 6th, previous to the news.It Nothing further has been beard fror tl.cnmp *
This minister in hi. reply, under the datA of government for ''aplfal.have been made in of clothing every non.commi.ioe officerand departurJ of the New York, heavy cannonades is useless to speculate upon this matter. since the departure of the :. York
the 12th of March, reiterated the argumentsof vain. 0.11 forbearance has gom to such an private in nn company may thus were heard and supposed to be another attack We are at War with Mexico, and we knownot General Taylor. bowever elpres}
his predecessor, and in terms that may be extreme as to be mistaken: in its character. other hil {'lhhalllt')entitled, when cak'iuto :from the Mexicans on the U. S. troops opposite how soon other power may interfere in the at all times certain that Brown"j, I
five hundred
considered as giving i :: just grounds offence to Had we acf.vl with vigor in repelling the in. actual sct'icp, H'cfi'c in money a (qua' Matamoros. favor ofthe weaker party. will' recol. men left under comm
I b
'J stills inflicted to the of of noncomrjissionodotficer \ Great excitement at Point Isabel would be able to hold the Mexican "
the Government and people of the United all redressing the injuries by cost clothing : prevailed lected that and France exercised all ,
States denied the application of Mr.I Slidell.i| Mexico at the 4.mlnCt'menf. we should or private (as the' case may ha) in tho ami' St. lago up to one o'cock, p. m., when England not repulse them, as the position of the einip i I
Nothing therefore, remained for our envoy .rloiibtlc hair 5npd all the diJticulties in regular troops of the I:nited States. die New York took bet departure. Arrived their influence to prevent the annexation of was naturally easy of defence, and n UbJ
.- but to demand his passports and return to his I'i whirh we art now involved.JnvteLd I Sec. o. .An.I br tt further enacted. That thes.uid n: St. lago on the 6th* in.t., schooner Decatur, Texas to the United States. Doubtlcs Mexico had l been spared to fortify its assailable poiau. I

own country. I .f lhi<. Inwever, w(have h"(1 exciting xo'untecrs! so olft-ring their services shall tillt'W: Orleans U. S. schooner Flirt places dependence on assistance from thosepowers. What were the cau"ts of thes fre Ujf I
Thus the government of :Mexico, though I our best effiuts to propitiate her good hue l accepted by the President in coaipinies: I vill leave in a day or two for New Orleans. Mexico is greatly indebted to Great course, matter of conje-cur. The truck, "
,eolemnly pledged by official acts in October will. Upon the pretext that Texa, a nation battalions, and !squ.idrons: and regiments Steamer Monmouth left on the evening of the seen, it is possible, arose from th
last to receive and accredit an A nerican en- ,I! a? independent! a< hcrvlfj thought proper! to hose officers IImllo, appointed in the manner I 3th, bound to Arausas, for the purpose bring- Britain-unable to pay these demands pre. burning of Barrita, a small town on the MeL !
Toy, violated their plighted faith, and refu f'dI unite i its destinies' with! our own, she has affected I I If prescribed by : in the several Slates .ng every man capable of doiug military dutyto sent, the expenses of this war will render her ican side ofthe Rio Grande, which it wa uid !
the offer of a peaceful l adjustment of our diffi. f to believe that we !hivu severed her I and Territories t lo which such companies bat- the camp) at St. lago. less able. The war must end with the overthrow Gen. TAYLOK designed firing on his mares I

cullies. Not only xvas the ol o'r rejected, but rightful! territory).an.i., in oflici.il procamatiol! i talon, squadron*, and regiments shall resj>octixely Mi hester and Radcif are the names of Mexico, and indemnity to the United up to the camp. The second is generally s I
the indignity of its rejection was enhanced by and manifestoes: ha repeatedly)' ( belong. two among the six were killed by posed by the officers of the Flirt, to h.
States for the of the Great
the manifest breach of faith in tefusing to admit make war upon us for; the purpose of reconquering Sec. 6. And be further enacted. That the I forcing their way through the Mexicans to expenses war. proceeded from the conflagration of Mat I
the envoy, who came because they had Texa. In the mean time, we have I j President of the United States be, and he i is the U. S. camp. Britain will look with jealous distrust upon ros. Maj. BEOHX whom Gen. TiTtORk 4
bound themselves to receive ,him. Nor can tried every effort at reconciliation. The cup herebv. authorized to organize companies sctendering Prof the Extra of the Gfl, son Ci ilian. the annexation" of the Mexican province of left in command at the camp, had attempted I
it be said that the offer was fruitless from the of forbearance had been exhausted, t'el be- their services into battalions o' The steamship :New York arrived from the California, and much more upon the revenue on the first day he was attacked, to fire Mat.amoras I
want opportunity of discussing it : our envoy I fort the recent information from the frontier squadrons; battalions and squadrons into reg. Brazes St. Jago on Thursday evening, bring from the mines. but failed, a he could not heat k. :
was present on their own soil. :Nor can of t'U' Del Xorte. Hut now, after reiterated iments ; regiments into brigades, and brigade ing news that the Mexicans having succeededin shot sufficiently. I was said that he
it be ascribed to want of sufficient powers : I menaces Mexico has pa 'ed the boundary of into! divisions, as soon as the number of va- interrupting the communication betweenthe Our government have taken a proper view plated again attempting it, and it is contep
our envoy had full powers to adjust! every the United States has invaded our territory, unteers shall render such organization: in is'' army opposite Matamoros and PoiutlaLe of the difficulties, and promptly made the necessary gives probability to the supposition.
question (difference. Nor was there room I and sLed! .\NicanlI'll upon the American I judgment, expedient ; and the President General Talor proceeded with ) appropriations! of men and means.- Commodore CON.\OR immediately or.arriving
for complaint that our propositions for settle soil She has proclaimed that hostilities have I if necessary, apportion the tan; field and"hal'l' of the army in order to secure I'oint Isabel, The greatest enthusiasm prevail throughout at the Brazos, communicated witVGea.

rnent were unreasonable} ) : permi!'ion was not ;! ,commenced, and liut the two nations are now 11 erul officers among tie respective S.Ues. ald which was menaced, and open the cornmuni- the land. Volunteers are flocking to the United TAYLOR, and informed him of his readiness to
even given our envoy to make proposition j jxvhatexer. at war. Territories from which the "Ulltl'lf! !taI! j! cation, leaving only 700 or M)0) men in the land 1GOO( to JOOO men sailor and marines,
Nor_ can it bo objected that xve, j i As war exKN, and!, notwithstanding our I tender their services as he max (!t-rrproper. j camp ophite Matamoros. The army pro-1 r, States standard from all the neighboring should they bo required.The .
,i amid exists the Mexico Sec. 7. And be itldlu'rnwrt That ceeded without but the Mexicans :States, and promptly their services in St. 'a was
on our part, would not IK-tcn to any reasona. (ffir.to it, by act of (, the interruption ) offering Jlr) expected soon to join
ble terms of their suggestion : the :Mexican herselfj; we are called upon, hy'er)' consideration "'OIUlh'l'r who may:lie received intothu service thought the diminished force in camp oflered ji j the defence of their country. The Presidentis the squadron at the Brasos. '
government refused all negotiation, and have ofituty and! patriotism! to vindicate, of the United Stales by xirtueof the provisions : rti\orabe! opportunity for its capture-attacked I authorized and doubtless give opportunity The friends of Captain Thornton will b
made no proposition of any kind. with decision, the honor, the rights, and the of this act, and "Ia shall I he mvoiin.jctl ': it and were repulsed with severe wi gratified to learn that he is still living. '
In my message at the comrnenccmentofthe interests of our country. or otherwise disabled in the riiceshall l'l'l I ,ore say sex en hundred. The loss 10"S1 fr all to display their patriotism. Where ; ers had been received from him at the I
present session, I informed you that at the I,I Anticipating th' possibility of a crisis like entitled to all the benefit which mav be con. I side not stated, but very insignificant. are th. volunteers! from the State of Florida announcing: that he had been captured by theenemy
: earnest appeal both of the Cngresand; convention '! that which has arrived, instructions wen given ferred on persons wuunded in the g'rvico of batteries were opened on Matamoros, and reduced either for the defence of her soil from probable 4 and was held a prisoner at Matamor-
Texas i in August, list, *asa the United States. the place to ruins, or nearly so. ()
ot I had ordered an efficient I precltionuymtasurt', attacks, or to carry the war into Mexico? S.A
military force to take a position .* between the against invasion, or threateri ill'ion, authorizing Sec. 8. And be further rn/ic/n/.Thal the This was on the 3d, and the fighting con. ------ steamer was seen by the Flirt, going ia
Nueces and the Del Norte." This had become I Gen. '1'alor, if the emergency required President of the United Slates be, ind he is tinued until night. Walker, the well known Ol.'l/ICII, DECLARATION OF WAR. the Brazos with troops, a she left, which ia
necessary to meet a threatened invasion lo accept loluntrer! : *. not from Texas only, but hereby authorized forthwith to complete al'' Texan soldier and spy, then took forty men to all probability was the Augusta. The Flirt
Texas by the Mexican forces, for which extensive -' from the States of I/oui'-inna" Alabama, MissNsijwi. I Ii I I1'efifleSroC he[ public armed xessels now authorized by .carry the news to Gen. Taylor, at Point Isabel also saw on the 12th the James L. Day and
military preparations had been made. i and Kentucky ; and corretponling I law% and to purchase or charter: aim, equip during the night. He lost fit men on the the Telegraph, about 200 miles west of theRalize.
The invasion was threatened solely because letters were addressed to the res. and) man such merchant vessels and steamboats way, and had his horse shot under him, but .
Texas had determined! in accordance with a : pectixo governors of those States. as, upon examination, may be found fit for the got in. Creditable information had been received
I solemn reso'u'i-m' of the Congress of the United These itruclion were repeated ; and in I public service, and in such number 2 he may Our troops are in fine spirits. Gen. Taylor hat: the Consul, and all the American citizen
States to annex herself to our Union ; and Jallr.l r, soon after the incorporation :feem necessary for the protection of the seaboard was to leave with a large force on Thursday -Itamoros had been arrested and sent t
under these! circumstances, it was plainly: our T'x. into! our union of States, (;t'nerl I lake coast, and the general defence of morning for the camp opposite a town about 130 miles back of
duty to extend our protection over her citizens Taylor was further authorized by the' I'rcsi- he country. The New York had this hews from the Cincinnati Matamoros.In .
and soil. I'! 'dent to make a requisition upon the executive Sec- 9. And be it further 'llat.I I which came out over the bar to takeoff By the President of the United Stalft of.'ntica. one hour_ and a half.after. the arrival_
., martre. .. ._ u. 0
This force was concentiated at Corpus I I'' .mat ;raTe ir s-icn oi i's! miiia torce as | x\hene.-er the militia or ,- are called I the troops carried down. Firing was heard I I'JUl Li.\IA j 1U\'n.', the gallant Walker, wlb tbe intelligence&
Christi!, and remained there until after I had i I It may I bo needed to repel invasion or to secure and received into the service of the United when the New York left. Whereas the Congress ofthe United States, the Mexicans had attacked our camp,be again
received such information from Mexico as the country}' against apprehended! invasion.- i j Slates, under the provisions of this act, they t The main force of the Mexicans is probablyon b,> virtue ofthe constitutional authority ves'edin started for the camp with 7;men, for ,'h
.. rendered it probable! if not certain, that the On the second day of March he was again reminded shall have the organization of the army of the this side of the river. them, have declared b) their act, bearing purpose was not precsl.known..
I Mexican go\eminent would refuse to receive .in the C'ent-rf the approach of United States, and) shall have the same pay The Texan schooner Santa Anna has been date this day, that, by the act of the republic The officers crew Flirt are a
our envoy. considerable! Mexican force, promptly and and allowances ; and all mounted privates I despatched from BrasM St. lago with communications I of Mexico, a state of war exists between that well. The following is a list ofthe officers:
: Meantime Texas!!, bx.the final action of our ficiently to use the authority with which er11 non-commissioned officers, musicians artificers from Gen. Talor for the American government and the United States." A. SIXC.LUR Lt. Commanding.J. .
Congress, has become an integral part of our was clothed to nlto him such auxiliary shall be allowed ,10 cents per ant day for i !squadron at Vera Cruz. 0Now, therefore., JAMES K. POLK, President J. GCTHRIE, Acting Quarterma.ter.G. .
Union. The Congress of Texas, by its act a he might ntl'a. War actually existing, the use and risk of their horses, except of horses The only written information we have from ofthe United States America, do here ;. H. COOPER, Passed Midshipman.
of December 19ih! '1630, had declared the and our territory having been invaded., Gen. actually killed in action ; and if any nioiin- I the seat of war, comes from Capt. Sympton, by proclaim (the same to all whom it may con WM. II. FITZGERALD, do.
: Rio del :None to be the boundary of that re. Taylor, pursuant to surhf.ritj'xesteA j jn him bymy ted volunteer non-commissioned officer, musician late of the revenue service of Texas, now in cern ; and I do specially enjoin on all persons : GRO. II. HARE. Midshipman.
-I public. Its jurisdiction had b.-ea extended I direction, has (al. the gov .n0r of or private, shall not keep himself provided i the employ of Gen. Taylor. It is dated May holding offices, civil or miitar under the authority JOHN HASTINGS, Assistant Surgon.
1 and exercised beyond the :Nueces.! The coun. Texas for four regiments of State troops-.."vo with a serviceable horse, said volunteers 4. Captain S. says : of the United ?, they be vigilant JOHN D. GHISELIN, Captain's Clerk.
try between that river and the Del Norte had to bit mounted, and txvoto serve on foot ; ana I shall serve on foot.E'VS The news was brought to Point Isabel by and zealous in discharging the duties respectively .
r been represented in the Congress and in the I on the governor of Louisiana fur four regimentsof our friend Walker of Major Hays' command. incident thereto : and I do moreover The Mexican schooner Juanita arrived W
.I. convention Texas, had thus taken part in I infantry, to be sent to him as soon a prac. FROM THE ARMY The Mexicans made the attack on our works exhort all the good people ofthe United States, evening from the Brazos St. lago, which se
the act of annexation itself and is now included ticable.In after Gen. Taylor came down here. The as they love their country; as they feel the left un the 5th inst. She of course brng
t within one of our Congressional districts. further vindication of our rights and de. Fro,,,our Extra o} Tuesday ISM. fight continued the whole day. The U. S. wrongs which have forced on them the last nothing later. On arriving at the
::1 Our own Congress had, moreover, with great I fence of our territory, I invoke the prompt action Confirmation of the News from the batteries knocked down Matamoros, killing resort injured nations, and as they consulttho the Rio Grande, she was ordered off by tLo
J unanimity, by the act approved December of Congress to recognize the existence of Ar.Il t\>i, or three huttdrod Moxloano i _.llioy killing '1x> o means, under the blessing of Divine U. S. brig Lawrence, and rarriod into toe
-1': 31st, IS 15: recognized the countryheyondthc ihe' war, anlto place at the disposition of the The information by this morning's mail only one of our men, b,) the explosion of a Pros idence, of abridging its calamities, that Brazos. After remaining a feW days she
1 Nuecr as a part of our territory, by including Executive the means of prosecuting the war confirms the news in our Extra of Saturday shell. The works so well completedthe they exert themselves in preserving order, in was reloaded, and returns hither to await further .
4. it within our own revenue system ; and a revenue with vigor, and thus hasten the restoration of .vening last, \iz : that there had been a fight Mexican shot could not injure them. promoting concord, in maintaining the authority instructions from her agents.-Bee, 16.
.. officer to reside i within that district has peace. To this end I recommend that author. I between the and Americans and and the efficacy of the laws, in support
Mexicans ant
i .' been appointed by and with the advice and I ity should! be given to call into the public ser. : From the Cotnnui cial .JJeei titer E.tra. May 13. ing and invigorating all the measures which MEXICO.The .
,,' consent the Senate. It became, therefore, I '"iet a large body of volunteers to serve fur not I that the former had been worsted. This we Late from the Seat of ".ar. may be adopted'by the constituted authorities brig Providencia arrived yesterday

a of urgent necessity to provide for the defence I II J JJ less than six or twelve months unless sooner hasten to Jay before our readers this morning, I, Bj the arrival of the schr. I). S. Gregory .i for obtaining a speedy, a just, and an honor. from Vera Cruz, having left that place on tie
I of that portion (Jf our country. Accordingly, I I II discharged. A volunteer force i is, beyond I from extras issued from the New Oilcans : this morning, from New.Orleans, we have the able peace.In 14th inst. She reports nothing new.
'1 on the thirteenth! of January last, instructions 4 question, more efficient than )other description ; Delta of the lOih, and Apalachicola Adicrli- following! inlurmation from the theatre of bos. testimony whereof; I have hereunto set mj- The U. S. Squadron was stationed off Vera
t, were issued to the general commanding of of citizen soier.; and it is not to be ser of the 13th. This received in tilties the U. S. and Mexican armies. hand, and caused the seal of I the United Cruz, consisting of the Raritan, Falmouth,
I these troops, to occupy the left bank of the 4 doubted that a Lumber far beyond that required I news was document containing the information is States to be affixed to these presents. Potomac and John Adams. The Squadron
i'I Del Norte. This rixvr which i is the southwestern I It xvou'd readily rush to the 'field! upon the I New" Orleans with most joyful demonstrations.oiuntoers in manuscript form, and wa thrown on board Done at the city of Washington the thir. had not receive intelligence of hostilities
t 4 call of their : I further recommend \ were flocking in to the of I I the Gregory at the mouth of the Il'enth of thousand
;. boundary of the :State of Texas, is an country. support | just Mississippi [fL. s.] day May, one eight having commlnc on the Rio Grande..
exposed frontier.Fiorn t that a li!.rral provision Ie m.iJe: for sustaining Jen. Taxlor, anti probably fl this time there J by the steam schooner Vlorida, direct from hundred and forty-six, and of the independence A friend ha placed in our hands the despatch .
'I, this quarter: invasion was thicalcned ; (our entire military force, and furnishing it is an of 0000 men)ready to follow i Point Isabel, bound for New-Orleans. of the United States the sev addressed by Gen. :Mejia to President
: 1 upon it and in ifs immediate xicinitj, in the 1 with supplies and munitions of xvar.Thf ihe brave army old!veteran o to the walls of, Tit Gregory, Capt. Young, was only three entieth. JAMES K. POLK.Bv Paredes on the 3 ult. We have already
.5 judgment of high military experience, are the most energetic and prompt measures, very das making the trip from New-Orleans, -* the President : portions of it, but one or two
and: the i immediate in of Mexico, if need be. Major-General Gaines, I and these accounts arc )later than shall JAMES Bfcii.vxAX of State. passages a
proper stations for tl.e protecting forces! of the appearance arms a we recejxe Secretary s rich, that we cannot resist the temptation
,I'f' go\crnmcnt. In addition to this important I large ami ox-er-poxxering force, are recommended commanding the Western Military IivisitJ, bj' ihe next mail. of extracting them. Take the following (o
con ide-ation, several others occurred to induce to Congress as the most certain and has made a requisition upon the Governors of On the Kf. the main body of the Army of From t,\ .YCl Orleans Bulletin Extra, .1Ia 16. instance : After stating that he

\., this i mow'ment.mong these are the (efficient means of bringing the existing collision Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, Occupation marched from its camp on the Rio IMPORTANT: FROM THE SEAT!OF waiting for Ampudia, in order to prefer.
''I facilities afforded l by the ports at lirazos San. with Mexico to a speedy and successfultermination. and Alabama! for 6,40(1( ( men. These will be Grande, leaving as a garrison in the field work I WAR. I cisive blow that not :single! Yankee should
tiago and the mouth of the Del :Norte for the I opp'iteIatamora: the 7th regiment of In. I escape," he adds :
reception supplies by) sea, the stronger and In making these recommendations, I deem readily furnished, and if more arc needed, it I of Artillery, commanded I March of Gen. TAYLOR from Point h I have also strongly attacked the moral
1- more healthful military positions, the convenience I it proper to declare that it is my anxious desire won't require much drumming by recruiting by Capt. Lend and Lieut. Bragg, the I towards] his camp opposite I 4 courage of the enemy, introducing anarchy
for obtaining a ready and more abundant I tot only to terminate hostilities speedily, but officers to swell the army to 50,000 men, whole commanded by Major Brown 7th Infant llatamorasatlevith ae the Mex I I between the two Generals and disgusting them

i.. supply of provisions, water, fuel and for.I 1I' to bring all matters in dispute between this with souls in arms and for the fray." ry. result not known. with each other, and Worth, the only man
eager I ; o
age, And the advantages which arc afforded bj I;government and Mexico to an earlyand'ami.aLle On the iid the army encamped at Point Isabel i knowledge, has asked for his passport ; if
1'" the Del Norte in forwarding supplies to such' (: adjustment ; and, in this view, I shall herepared A requisition has been nude upon Gov.Moseley -early on the morning of the 3d a heavy The United States schooner "'ir A. Sin. goes away, as I believe he will, Taylor alone
; posts as may lie established in the interior ) to renew negotiations wbene'erUexio by Commodore Latimcr, command cannonade was heard in the direction of Mat. I clair, Lieutenant Commanding, has just arri. ,will reman, who is more despicable than the
and upon the Indian frontier. shall be rtu1.to receive propositions, ant of the.Pensacolavy: Yard, for two amoras, which was continued during the day, ved from the Brazos St. Jago, which placeshe 1 lowest l Mexican mechanic."

The movement of the troops to the De ()r propositions of her own. Companies to garrison the l fortifications at and at long intervals through the night, and I left_ on !the 8th_ inst._ (two days after, the After this brilliant prelude. he poex on t
1 I transmit herewith a copy of the correspondence during the day of the fourth. I>ewf lork.) though not mention and of
e Norte was made by the commanding general I that place, the Marines there not being sufficient. bringing important course to ma"gif
; r,. under nobitivc instructions to abstain from alV between our envoy to Mexico and Owing to the difficulty of communication I definite intelligence from the seat of war.- I from tbe American
: aggressive acts torard'Iexico, or ;Mexican the ;Mexican\ minister for foreign affairs ; and with the firt, no intelligence was received at We I'ar from her polite and intelligent officers his precious epistle, as follows camp: concud.
? citizens, and to regard the relations between 6 much of the correspondence between that Frornthe.'itw Oran Headquarters, respecting the result of the I that Gen. Taylor marched from Point "In short the triumph of the Mexican arms
i that republic and the United Slates as enx-oyand t the Secretary of State, and betxx'eenthe ltla. Ezlra'tug 1() cannonade, until the morning of the 5th, I ]Isabel on the 7lh. at 3 or 4 o'clock in the afternoon is past all doubt, either with all our troops,or
., ful, unless she should) declare war, or commit peace. Secretary of War and the General in command NEW OKLEANS, l when a party sent forward to communicate, I 1 for his camp, at the head of about with those I have. Should the enemy pass
: i acts of hostility indicative of a state of war. on the Del :Suite, a arc necessary to a Sunday :Night, y o'clock. S brought a despatch from Maj. Brown, announcing I two thousand men, carrying with him a large the river, their tomb is open."-Bee, 16 ins!.
arrival this
full of the By evening of the steamship the of .
understanding subject. particulars, a brief statement which I supply provisions.The
He to
was specially protect privateproperty
JAMES: K. POLK. New York Captain Phillips we are in follows : Flirt sailed on the same day at about The intelligence contained in the annexed par*-
and respect j personal rights. WASHINGTON, May 11, 180.h receipt of the following important and grati. At. o- clock. on the morning of the 3d, a 3 o'clock for New Orleans, and during the graph now published a recent new, re .hed this
)k The army moved from Corpus Christi! on -_ lying news : fire.was opened upon the fort from one of the whole afternoon, the firing of artillery was country some weeks ago by way of New Orleans:
the llth of March and on tbe 28th of thai A:ACT providing for the prosecution of the existing From the Etlra. of the Gait ton .%"se,. Mexican batteries, and waa continued with 7 heard, a was supposed, within eight or nine Important from Mexico
; f month 01 left bank of the Del war between. Ihe United States and the Republic We have been kindly furnished by Captain guns. The fire was immediately returned, mils of Point Isabel, which continued until Grand Revolutionary .1ooml i Uu South!
Matamoras where
ot Mexico.WIIEKEAS
5' Norte, opposite to it en Philip', of the eleamsliip New York, (which and the battery silenced by our guns in thirty was beyond hearing distance. GLORIOUS NEWS FROM YUCATAN i!
,. ; -a.. camped on a commanding position, which has by the act of the Republic 01 hajult armed) with the following highly interesting minutes-two of the enemy's guns supposedto During the evening, the Flirt was met by By a "esl at this port which sailed from Han
since been strengthened by the erection of Mexico, a state of war exists between that and important news : be dismounted.The Commodore Connor with the frigates Cumberland on the let instant we hare private letters from correspondents -
., Held works. A depot has also been estab.fI Government and the United States : We publish literally from Capt. Phillips report enemy then commenced firing from (flag ship,) Raritan and Potomac, in Mends., Yucatan, to the close o
March, with advices
luhcd Point fsaIijIbear the ttrazo Santiago Jit enacted by the Scnal* and House ofRrprecnaiccx : 1 the lower fort and mortar Later A brisk sloop John Adams and Brig Somers. The Southern Mexico private to the middle from of April other, conveying parts
thirty miles in rear of the encampment of the Unilrd Staffs of America The following report is from Capt. Walker, fir&ofshot and shells was kept up, but without Commodore having heard one rumors at the gratifying intelligence that the people o(Sr
ot The selection of hit position wan necessarily in Congress autmMce That for the purpose of the Texas Rangers, who had armed on the I damage to the fort or garrison.A Ver Cruz that hostilities had commenced on era Mexico i:imitation of the patriotic o
p. confided to the judgment of the general in (, enabling Co'crment of the U. 5th inst., at 4 P. M., .i.ol? the entrenchment deliberate fire was now kept up our the Rio Grande, and that Gen. Taylor was Yucatan were concentrating their efort in Qis
i command. States to prosecute said war to a speedy ant opposite; Matamoros.We 18 pounders upon the enemy's gun bJ the in difficulty, he immediately sailed for thp grand with the Congress o movement Yucatan, then lion the o a
: The Mexican forces at Matirnoras assumed successful termination the President be learn that an engagement had taken I town( of Matamoras-tfic Consulate Jlags being Brazos to furnish such aid as was in his pow despots revolmiorary of the centre. The Congress against ot Yutl mib
I a beligerent attitude and on (lie 12th of April, he in hereby authorized to employ! the militia, place between the United States and Mexican I resjiccted. had refuse to entertain any propositions from f-
t General Ampudia, then in command, notified naval and military forces of the United States, forces. The particulars, a far &we can Thefre ofthe enemy was kept up without I er.On meeting the Flirt, he requested Lieut. courier,whom he had set to Merida.tarequest
,5. r: General Taylor to break up his camp within and to call for, and accept the services of any learn, are as follows : 7J o'clock. At 10 it-was temporarily Commanding Sinclair to accompany him back with his only lifeY.three hundred. Sun.troops narrowly tap
vrenly.four Hours, and to retire beyond the number of x'oluntcers not exceeding fifty thou Gen. Taylor having, on the evening of the suspended, but recommenced and continued to the Brazos, and bring important despatches
3 Nueces river, and in' the event of his failure sand, who may offer their services cither a 3d, left the entrenchment with a detachmentofthe at intervals until 12 o'clock at night. which he wished to be carried to New Or. Important Rumor Contradicted:

t to comply with these demands, announce 'cavalry, artier infantry, or riflemen serve U. S. troops, for the purpose of opening Although it is believed that some 12 to leans. Accordingly, the Flirt was turned a. The Washington Union contradicts the romor
4. that arms, and arms alone, must twelve they "hal have arrived at a communication between Point Isabel and 1500 shots were fired by the enemy during bout, accompanied the squadron back, and remained I that the British Minister had protested oar
quuti< But no open art of hostility was the place rendezvous, or the end of(he the entrenchment On the morning of the this perio.but one life was lost on the Amer. at the Brazos unti about 1 P. M. the troops crossing the Rio Grande. The Union 8&n
,.f committed until the twenty-fourth of April,- war,.unless sooner discharged, according t 4th, the Mexicans, taking advantage of his ican -a sergeant of B Company, 7th in. next day, when she tailed! _for New Or. .As this rumor may have flown by this Ay.
F 1 On that day, General Arista, who had succeeded he time for which they shall have been nous- absence, at day break opened a heavy can. fantry, being killed. Not one of our guns was scans witb the Commodore' despatches half the way to New York and may aflect tbe pric
to the command cube Mexican :ered {ntp service ; and that the sum of ten nonade on the entrncbment which was dismounted, though the enemy's fire was for During the whole of that morning{tho.8th) a stocks,if it were not even designed to effect that
: communicated to Conerl Taylor' foce' million of dolar out of any money in the gallantly troops, and in : some time concentrated on the 18 pounder heavy cannonading was bear ji.the direction story object is,we so deem far it our duty to say at once that( t
_ considered hoitieJ commenced, and should I treasury, or come into the treasury, Do thirty minutes silenced their batteries, and re. battery, and the shot frequently struck the ofthe camp, and 8 lond was gradjally dation. Certain a we it Is are, Id.is without nas any not
K1I i prosecute .A party of dragoon of I otherwise i appropriated, he, and the same is duced the city of Matamoros to ashes. embrasure.At -. becoming less distinct up to the time the I heard o any such protest; and government deeply indeed.ho le
sixty-three tn<*n and fer were o the same I hereby appropriated, for the purpose of carry- Morning of the Cth. A gentleman who 5 o'clock on the morning ofthe 4th, the Flirt left, there i is reason to believe that Gen. we regret the movement. We never a
day from camp up J i ng the provision of thii act into effect.SKC. hi just arrived from the field of battle, informs ire wa returned by the enemy, continued for Taylor wa driving the Mexican before him. desire sentiment our more honesty in our lfe than a
fc ibe Rio Del Nbrtc, oh its left bank to atcerUfa 2. Be i(url"ename That the us that the slaughter among the Mexicans wastremendous.rthat 12 or 15 shots, and kept up at intervals during The cannonading wa also heard during it be compatible with our rights Gret our BritD. i
: hono
whether tbe Mexican ba 1 militia, when of the upward of seven hundred be day, but without effect. the afternoon, untth.Flirt was a considera. There are no two nations on a many peopW
were preparing crow the "bc cr ,I United States by virtue of Ibis ac or any oth- lay dead on the field of battle, and that the The amount damage done to the enemy, ble distance About dark her officer globe who can contribute more to each other's prosperity
enraged o with a large body of tbtIo trocp i M't, may, Jim in the opinion President number of houses left in latamorO was not beyond silency his battery, cannot yet be cor. saw smoke of rather a light color, arisingas state in a state of peace, or injure each other I
p And after "ator aflair, in which lea{ &* i:: JUnited States, the public interest reI I ufficieat to accommodate wouned. rectly known. iffrom a fire, about midway Between the any ia a measure owa of this But description we are perfectly would assured complicate tha
were wonted, appearto Ueensurrounded pbe compelled to serve fo a term not According to account* rceived at I*. camp and Point Isabel ; and again, late at our reltion with Great Britain,deeply I to oaks
mod to surrender%, Wdkig, sis months after their arrivaJat! the i abel the ,Dub.f Mexicans, in and abouttlatamoro j.o our extra of Thursday,21/. night, an immense volume of densely black crisis perhaps inevitable. Weprofe
?$ wrooks perpetrated by Meii. I place rendezvous, ia any one year,unless at ten thousandmen Declaration of War Important smoke was seen in the direction of Mataraora to be u thoroughly I acquainted with the CiiJ1CtT.our -
The grievous o *
from the else and art
and reinforcement Army! Cunrlce as anyone ; we I
_ citizens a long ( I II ooncr discharged. expecting daily. fied whicn
our perpd public spirit the sturdy pride
I: i." of C upon)'ur, remain LrghfJu and solemn SEC 3. And be if further enacted, That Gen. Taylor &to leave Point Isabel on The mail this morning brings a little fur. Gen. Taylor left Point Isabel fully confi-' characterizes the Anlo.So* race, an which 1



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-cr bat belongs to John Bull, would not permit our ale of all the order Muic sits loke(or daily for the block- Reinforcements of Volunteer are constantlya flflOfloftb4ctIon.LesivDgth t \ .1 f'-4- OoM ;?* 'r-. :, .-.& t.- .' < ..:.
e01'1 10 tolerate nch an interrention en'I.is part n port on the Gulf and th Pacific. ; his whole PeMiWB aSS**! Dlstolalton.-. '

nth i"'l""t1''IIty.- The correspondent of the Charleston Merer riving at Point Isabel. A few daT will decide f>rce, he started, the next momfeg,:(br Point TUSt received. .BriiEiItm.doael Jfo.. ; rrtner'hip rtvlofnre existing nndrr t ILc
Pens witiYilr cW tod pencil Con, ,
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ry f'sThere is a rumor in circulation Lire tha the contest, unless our army carry the IsaM, andkriy there .iMSf cning oflljr. Beads, Necklace, aid Armlets, fat sale by f 'QUAIL 4. KNAPP, in the Tailoring
Mr. 10th 1Iast i, M thicdav disschtd
PiFLORIDIA1\ Packenham has protested ains this measure, war into Mexico. We anxiously await the withoutjpolestatioa. Tke nrie'i'Leofthe f May 23, IS 1 I.J. 44 P. A., HAY WARD. T: will br continued by mutual conorntuneaa I
J. E.
the by KNAPP.
( blockade llth aeiar\ed
of the Rio Grande.) I cannot trace next arrival from the seat of war. back for his caajBpppoite 'h-; tU-, tssd. and all person who are utdeblcJ
the rumor to Mat amort need srpfct hand Just Bee 4ve J i. B. Fertunr, _
any reliable source, and I believe it is s. U.c not : y helst4ftr"r' are earnestly juefctrd; tO call and H-

"LET C. AlOWE. entirely unfounded. Just such rumors were in circulation From the Mobile herald,' Tribune Extra May IS. hit army are higbepint At, the M Phcenur Bail.angs.'J( per brig'Emelioe"*" fron t 9111 either cf them.

-- --- -- at the time of the The schooner Louisiana Sinee our paper went to we have had "New York: SAMUEL QUAIL.
-irtlordRJ, mn.' 23, 18JG.f'flunteen he had treaty annexation, that arrived at .New In examine press jJTJara Cnffeo, %,-> Tmb Malaga Raisins,. fee JAMES E. JCNA1T.IVofler. _
Orleans _
----- prottt against annexation." The correspondent on Saturday) from the Brazos Saiitittgo. timE our correspondence and mike .Soff-sheird Almond*. Butter and Sod Cracker/, April (;, il ;. U _

for P lJtDla.-\ fine Company of 01 the Courier states it was rumored he had on the, 1th ilst. further inquiries into the cirumrancel of the Ship Ri-H-uit, *.- Crushed Sugar, -p- -- -' ._ ---

Volunteers from the Sixth Regiment, to be held in protested, but withdrew his protest in The news very important. Gen. 'I'avlor actirn of th? Dth inst. The general tenor of Otis Oil, Brandy Cherries .
the brief il'.m. 4. Ras Svnips, .Sop. fine Northern Flour I pc months after-date. I hall
the had account in |
the we present &nal
defence of fee Pridfnt" met and vanquished him. gave mir morning"post'cript my
rrtdinwj for the fortifications at Pen. proclamation of This enemy He- _
wa. was on is Very superior chewi f/Tcbacco, email and lars 5"-4i u>unt and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pr'-
"'Ola. was partially organized i yesterday*. They the 14h.. Oatfe.l: TT } ed.tbM'o- low we Clral.t a letter from the Picayune, been correct. A glorious victory has pKtu" May 23,1W541 ; i.:3 in and for the 1't.nnty of Jcfferwn, and apply

number already sixty-four men, and will probablybe tification bill, wiibSTmendmenf, of the SeSe.; written says that paper, bv an officer bight in won, and under circumstances to shed Gr: a diMrharge a- \dminitrat.r of the estate of Jw

The widow of Col. command. UDllif lustre upon our arm JVolice. eph Manning. late "I' kad: Count. dH'ea..ffi.ROBERT P
increued on Monday. We will announce the CROSS died at Wash.inrton .
LEHTEK Mexicans outnumbered Gen. Taylor in months after date, I will present my account C. HURST.Jeffer .
Dim w of he officers and privates hereafter. City on '' inst She was in delicate FROM: TiE FIELD OF BATTLE. the proportion of four to one they had .their SIX' vouchers,and make application t. the lion. on Count, May 1'>, 1SIG. 13 Cm I_ _
The Colonel of the ciucb indebted health, and the news of her CAMP ox 1 IEI.P or ) ; Gad ------- ---
Regiment is to husband's! death overpowered TiE BA1LI. choice of Jud.e of Probatiof * Three miles from a position, and selected one extrem i jVotitc.nonthsaftir .
ti is (el1ow- itiz n.* for their promptness at muster her with grief, and caused her death.Jriratrethsg..Great lhtamora .Mav u. } I ly d.imi..inn as administrator on the estate ot DaniriG
short notice and likewise GENTLEMEN : I have honor to inform advantageous ; they were driven from it Smith, deceased, Ute of saiJ: <" mntvH. NlN date. I shall 'r.imt t. tr.>

on 10 a ; to t'xGovM apprehensions are you that on our march from Point Isabel, we with great loss, and forced across the RioGrandeand J. DAVIS, Adrn'r. t I.owr.bte Judge o| Prdbatf, in awl for the

P. DTVAL made for to the the Rf'hichly ment.t.:1" patriotic. and elojuentddren that.Jlexict may irf It-tters of marque to expressed Sjn n- encountered at Palo Alto, ou the "ib inst, the the ,'ictor has been stained l)) May 1';. ivi'i.- I -in: Cm County>" Ailministrator of Jfftt-r"of'n.Natbanitl my final SandtTS.drriaeJMiiI account ansi 'conchs

ish subjects in Cuba Mexican forces, c mailing! of three thousand no act of cruelty on our part.
to cruise against the commerce I 'i'iiist TAXES : hall then aj'r ly lor letters of dt. mi",:r.n a* stick
In another column will be found tbe bill aj *>{th ? rnite States, and it ha been elated that Al- regular troops and tiro thouxati' irregular car- In the casualties which were reported in V-OTICE( HEREBY: GIVEN that the under. \dmini tra"r. WILLIAM W GOODMAN.J .

. tiped by the President authorizing the enrolment monte's stoppage at the Havana was for the purpose ary. with nine pieces uf Anillt'r) The American o'r: postscript of the morning we have some I JL signed collector of the State and County taxes .>n .",nt,. M** l>. 1-4S. 4? rom

50,000 volunteers. n selling these letter A New Orleans fears forces,jncluding officers, was about correction make. tor the count} of Leon, State nf Florida, will attendat Notice. -
paper three By the official of the follow me places at the times stated fur the
hundred the action it .
that the numerous harbors of Cuba may contain twenty men. report appears IIO. I'll actual attendance i is wet-k ,after date I hall apply to the Hon.
r Recognition of War. our worst enemies and Urgests that an U. S. seven After an action, which lasted five hours, in that Col. Mclnto is not killed, but ye.mr' uested. respectfully re- SIX e of Probate in and 'for the County of Jet-
k Soon after the receipt in Washington of the which the desperately wounded. l fersn for letters of administration "Ic bonu "
new ty-four be stationed off the Havana aj a precautionary Artillery was principally engaged Major Brown-nor i At f'rt'orgcI..nroc' near Lake Jaci.on, on Mon. viva,

from General Taylor' army of hostilities by Mexico measure. Indeed, it is thought by many that and during which time the fifth regiment gal. Colonel we stated-was killed in command lav, 1st day of June from 1<) o'clock, a. m until 12 decea on the.-d.estate of C trctt THEOPHILUS White, late (it.said BEATTY-CO'1nh.*

t the President sent a message to Congress in which i the sale of lantly tepulsed a charge lancers, the (,t f Fort Taylor by the explosion of a o'clock, m. Jefferson .
I reported the Mexican steamers Montezuma enemy County May Iii 5, 1SJ; -IS f.tIn
At Rel'benfannin. 2d
he weirested the propriety of speedy and rigorous and was driven from his position We shell. The following is as complete a Ii Guadeloupe but a pre'enee to them occupied from IO o'clock, a. m. until -1 o'clock m.
.a p.
peisures to repel the It is such the field! of hattIe that the officers killed and wounded side his' Circuit Court of the
enemy a message from under the surveilance of our vessels of night. Our loss wa on our in At Hyrd's work hop. North of the lamouia Lake ;
might have been expectedfrom; the w ar near four men killed three officers both actions have been able! obtain Wt-dnt'. 3d June MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUNTY. '
u man : plain Vera Cruz, and that and thirty nine as we to : on day of from 10 o'clock a.
are most
cp.L full and dignified. \\6. traC'M11' clearly now in probabh even men badly wounded. Klrd.-Iaj. Brown, 7th Infantry-woiin. m until 12 o'clock tn. IN CHANCERY.

the progress of events tu theu: ; resent position atdsh'v4 a Spam-li port fitting a privateers. Now, The 1 I. ss of the was over a hundred For Taylor-iied on tlif ; Maj. At Pisgab Church, on Thursday 4th day of Ju:e, Detwccn William Eelhray, .
while we would advise every vessel to seato enemy 11h from 10< o'clock! a. in. until 2 o'clockp. m. of A. IJellamy, tl c\!, .
that Mexico i ili in the wronc. and must bear go prepared for putting men killed-the number of wounded is not Ringgold, 3d .trtihlory-wourtJed on the SIb I[ At IJtard's Store near Miccos okieon Friday 5th plainant, H.11; for forei-
any do
the buvhen of the It emergency jet we not known. and died the lth() Lieut. bites 2d of from until o'clock E.r.//
consequence 'paeea our governnmt think there is any'cause for .li-ar from the Cubans.In ; Dr.ij j day June 10 o'clock a. m. 5 t'8. sure of inorl- a
upon high and honorable ground. Except the first Major Rin gold, :Jtrlief' and Captain goons : Lieut. Cochran, 4th Infantry ; p.. m. Mary Rowl, Executrix g>g*. &C.seph .
to tbote who determined crumble at all events place the Spanish government would not Page, 4th Infantry, severely ounuled-Lieut. t Chadhnrn: *th Infantry.'anndcd. At Reach's'"? Roads, on Saturday Cth day of Jane R. Rowles i eii3ed!

it will be satisfactory' ; and it forms a most markedeontrit place sanction, any such proceeding ; and in tin- second Luther, of 2d Arillery! slighth wounded.] \\ .-Lieut. Col. :lcnlot 5lh Infantry I from At in Fort e'cltxrk Stansbury, a. ra., on until Monday o'clock, sth June p. ra., from 10 al., Uefenlantt. j
a Spanish subject could not such TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,by the
between Mexican Sutejdocuments and those commission without accept a This morning the army commenced its ; Lieut. Col. Payne, Aran.r'; o'clock a. m. until 1 o'clock, p m.At JL aliJavif of complainant, that the defends it, said

1 if our own countr1!le the former are blusterinj -I being guilty of piracy._ The_ march towards Matamoras. TIle enemy ..i.I1 I} Capts. Page, (in the action of the ), Fort Braden, onTue-day.Wh day ot June, from .\firv,-- irnwlc'jTorutrir p- I_ un ___n_ a_< af..rps_..__iif.n'. rt,...-.irl.,. nut, nl .
I : and pompous, this is direct, positive and unor- \\3hinlto Union- fu"1i.1.! th.1Hl. -Q'>--i u": ..-.I our n. back to a position. of great strength wll r a Montgomery" ; Lieuts. Luther, (in the action In o'clock a m. until 1 o'clock p. m. the 'State ol Florid, and in the State of Virginia V.: tit I
I lie will also tie in
attendance Court r
the House
treaty with Spain of the 2t'th' of October, 17l'5, still ravine of the 9th Gates Selden at is OrJtrett That the said defendant do and
the ) McClure Bur.
crossed road. Hero appear r :
f shaking outright, itt plain, Ianraaze planted in Tallahassee, either in
lented. simple daily pi rson or by deputy; .
in force, which it said bill within four months
by i i" .No bank Jordan answer or the same
word of truth ecanthat. subject seven pieces of Artillery, and made Fowler. A. A FISHER
; the and t-very preparation .
ot !hij Catholic I shall! be taken for conl' .ffi : I'roeitled, That publication 4
Jlttice. majesty shall apph f"r. or t.h. an> for; a determined &tand. Shrnffatvl tx officio Tax Collector.
Consres did not delay their upon the in- be mide of this order in some rt'\ui':1perrrint.

fcrffiaticn thus conveyed to them! As i if to belie the commission or letters of marque, for arming am The battled opened with a heavy and rou- We make room for the following letter : -Mav--111;. IStn.- --- n- ed in the city of Talla! a- t'e. once a week, Ar four

j ship or ships to act as privateers aiunst' the said timed fire artillery. and musketry,uhich lasted CAMP "I70RXJ.U: :MATAMORAS. ( I months successivelyDated .
j charge against Republican governments, 1836. 12th .
United May, 1S4
cmmo States
or the
citizens inhabitants till Gen. llth
people ordered the 1840.
or Taylor eneim's bat. May S
1 slow to action in .
that they are even great emergencies (Signed) CE'). W. MACRAE.
,they got up and a war bill in very' quick. of the said United States, or against the ten to b stormed. Tht order was splendidly Gents-I presume some gentlemen having I II."(OT-R BARREL MONONG.\HELA WHISKEY, Jud/e S. Cir. presiding in M. C. fcr Gadtden Co.

This bill well pate the property of an\ of the inhabitants of anof them, fxccuted by Capt. dragoons, and the more leisure than will transmit >ou a Winch(ttr. Virginia, distillation of the above "M. D- PAPY, Solicitor for Complainant.A .
time as a message, will be seen laJs mIf date-warranted unsurpassed by ever before
from an>' prince or state with which the United fifth infantry.Tlii detailed account of the hardest fought} I any true cop> : I.
in this paper. by al. brought to this market. For sale by !
an I. R. HARRIS, Clerk
ee"hef I wa I\as. : -
States be at war Nor shall au\ citizen subject movement the which battles has occurred in LLOYD .
Mt unanimous tote. Though objectionable to st.aJ gave us victory wllicl any country I STARR & FLAGG.Mav May I-;, I HI'. 43 tm
or inhabitant ol' the said United States apply is complete. We have captured several pie since war of the Revolution. I will (nlv t, 1 s 40.; 12 '
the* would not suffer I -
caD' I
comparatively A Safe and JCfQciciit
for, or take, unj commission or letters of marque for jgCartillcryv,' three Ktandardv-a large amount say then, that about two thousand men of fu.r I
to withhold them from doing higher duty A P n 0 C L A 'I.T ION. Rcmrdy for Worms be found in Dr.WoodruffsWOBH
cater : arming any ship or ships to act as privateers againstthe of amunition, the }baggage and the I much abused army, on the 9th met with six may

r their'oultr '. The enemy ware represented to I subjects of his Catholic majes.tv.or the property packed mules! of the enemy. togethtr with on<' thousandchoen Mexican troops under Gen.; BY AARON V. BROW SJm :E11 .

becpon our coil, slaying our ciiz'n and a knowledge i cf any of t h.m. from anj' prince or state with which hundred prisoners, including several officers Arista, the latter having cho"en their position Gorrrnor of the State of Ttnnestre.To '
of this fact was enough to inflame the patriotic former all who shall fee these Presents-GRCETI>G : .tbove pri'i'irati'i for U'orms i* a very rer-
the said king ,hal b at war. And ifanperson of of high rank. aUon hunt is (;--n. La Vzt. tht being upon their march from Point I THE ) remedy. It Las advantages

fires of their hearts, and to lead them to join in any' I' either nation shall take such commission or letter This officer &taken by C?'t. May, fighting I| Iabel to this place-rnc-utnbered with a train i "THCRI\S. It ha been made known to me that preparatif'ns tie Wornw, from the ever fact that maLyolhrr it .5.
Ee G stands murder charged on with the can bv given with perfect safety to a child of any

car rontr% This, a spectacle worth of the ]i! u. (adds,the Union, significjntl>,)) 11t' hal be hunt The enemy being tf-tited. Many of 1! You observe the advantage which they\had I Oth d ty of Novccibtfr. 1- \\-t, upon the body of WILLIAM ace : nur is it necessary to give any other Medicine

lei.Utivf bvly of a free 1111ertl..) of the son 'i io y the neck until he is deadU"ith such a provision them were drowned in crossing the river'Hy :I not only in numbers but i in everything else. 1 I H. l"oR)1.latf' of our county of Sumner, with it, or after the it Worms, as it operates and upon the bowels, '

rt\olutofa sires: worthy of the! defenders o! i in from ) loss We have bea'en them shamefully and driven has fled from justice, and n now running at larze: carrying awav cleansing the bowels ,
: staring them in the face, (and we venture to :! our len. The- on our jk has i I of unhealthy secretions at the same time. .
liberty truth : worthy of a nation struggling to !> been three cheers killed them across the Rio Grande have Now therelorefl, AARON V. BROWNGoternoras .1 trial of it, think, mil
art sa\ our consul at Juana will brine it to the notice* severe ; on fflf captured i aforesaid; b% ,virtue ol the ard authority in five satisfaction toanyone.
frt tnin's race freed from depotis-m and unequal laws, of the authorities,) the inhabitant rf Cuba will N- ill battle and tClvC'votitidt'd, some of i! their whole park ofartipry. and almost every i me vested. A' hereby offer a power REWARD OF FIVE It may not cure eveiy case, bat such i U 4

tad to ameliorate and elevate its :'condition. Our I careful how they place their necks in the halter. has since died. Tie killed airJ wounded of !i thing they had tlJm. We ha"l buried I HI'NDRED DOLLARS (hereby reiokingall former its our benefiting confidence in in every it, that instance we are, or wilting:the{ to warrant will .

rov-frament may be" slow to anger,: but it will not, is *erv proper, however, that cur Government and I 1 the rank and tilt not yet lalo."n. j j LUIJrtdi'their dt'at. and I understand wil! : rewards T.tfred! ) to any person or persons who maya.pr'ht'nd be refunded. money .

on fit occasion, be found slow to action. I people should be strictly on their guard f.rn such I The officers killed on the fed were Lieut. send over to tltm this morning about one the: Sheriff said J..iIM..folJr James Dinninsr.crxinty and of deliver Sumner him in order to CERTIFICATES. .

Bit t ere were a few for some of whom we have emergency.Emigration.. I Innes of the Hd dragoons Cocliran, of|, hundred of wounded. I that justice in that behalf may be had and exij Dr. H'wlniff: De;r Sir: I have had a negro

the highest rtpt.bo thought the action of Con- I'' _ _ __ the 4th Infantry, and Lieut. Chadburnu of!| We had three en engagements with them.- j cuted. child! that Los been sick for some time. Not knowing .
what wa the matter w ith it. we had much .
pe* hasty premature. The viet of these memo I .-The emigration to this country from tbe} 'th Infantrv.: Wounded, I.ieu''. Col. Me- j[, Their killed, wounded and missing has not \I ,I IN teslimonv'hered.band and caused the I have Great hereunto Seal of the set given up doing any thing fur it ; however pretty a last !

ben ha git en a cue to numerous whig organs, and :' Europe will b immense this jear. The Kuropeai, I ntosh. (since dead) Lieut. Col. Ia1f Capt. :| yet been ascertained. Gen. Ta'lorscnt over I I [L.t. State mv' (0 be aftited-at Nashvilleon the 21st revolt we concluded to try some of your Worm.Spenfie. ..

they cry aloud and spare not, complaining; of every j correspondent of the New York Gazette f.\s it will Montgomery, Lieut. Ilooe, Caters Lt. )yesterday permission to Gen. Arista to send | d.. of April, l-l;. thinking it probably might be Worms that

thMlg which has been done in our rotations with probably exceed 2.V>/tOO' souls He savs that al 'lcaJ. Lieut Selden.! Lieut. Burbank and ,! over Dotor to assist in taking care of his j i S AARON V. MOWN. bad.reduced it so muchaccfJrtIiDdecommenred" hich .
g' YO'Jf" Specific, w by the hare
the ( Ly e j ou :
n Governor
ilexiro, and some of them going 8 far a to say that Ireland is in commotion Every man w ho can lean of the 6tb Infantry and I wounded-they came over last night, and re- j Jm.S.. YOUNG, : ot State.DESCHtJ'TJOX. rightly named) when, astonishing te'l.it!! commenced

Heaven itself will bt against us in (his and :' it wil! do so. At Cork, Limerick Kilarncj.and al Fowler, r.fthie fr h. LiCUI.j |>orted 49 of the Mexican officers missing i Secretary passii: ""or1ll. and continued doing so for .

eight to be. This is amiable and has also wa. j along the bank cf the Shannon, the |K-ople are moving The fnlv'sI0 s is h- while we lost but three. This morning those I several days, until it had paed more than two hundred .

'jblustneu Such charges and predictions ought I Ito to the por s to t'tnbaik. The harbors ere crowded During the two battles of the th and 9h.Gen. : gallant dragoons captured jjfthi us some weeks J Said Dnnmzs wife is believed to be with bim.lie .- twisted, sonic and ol knotted them a together foot or more in hard in ler balls sth, ,so others that .

b silenced by' the conteta-t of the pple. I| with
tO who make them hae no (onfd. tither in thousands arc about! leaving' lorutrica.. 1 wenU- cool and gallant manr.fr. his escape from':' We might give ten for one. > finger: towards his wrist has blue eye ,1air skon is apart. Knowing that a Worm Medicine, so valuaMe!

tb* ,"Yerrent. or in the valor of the they eight vesxl, wl.ii.h lateh} armed in Ireland with liiirt seems almost a miracle.! lie hao won j I You will receive a ful account soon ofthis [ about five ft-et and ten eleven inches high.wt"l hs a.. vo'irs has proven to be.would be u.ed by hundred.

ire nsSt to either the of pple. the hearts of his soldiers by hie willingness'inshare i' glorious battle, the think that we shall I about 16. or "i.>pounds,has an upper tooth out,(either it they only .r.cit! s irlue.o,1 have concluded toeiveyou r1
b guides na policy or bread stuffs, are preparing to take in A!) this certificate that all know whereto
ona pas-cngt-rs. have with the :Mexicans. Our loss has leetmcomparatively an rye tooth or the one next to it,) and his mouth may
the exponent of public sentiment. That the govemnent I the packet ships from Liverpool are filling up ; and with then the most imminent p; ,riN. .! j sticks out a little when talking. He also has two find a medicine that can be rei] *d on.30SEP11 .

has acted in all things just a it should every ship that leaves that pert, from now till the His motto is, ** I wish no man to go ,1Jrt I i' light. Our wounded all doing I scars on his feet, caused by an i\e ; one was rather SHIPPEYCo.unibus

hare done is hardly. possible but that the peoplewill I frt of August, will go out crowded. He states that am not willing to lead.' lie has been dubbed well. Your.. I between his big toe and the one next to it, ranging July 2C, 145REMARKABLE
Old and H towards his and the other the
I ancle
one was on
Hough inside
fail to act well their in the from Germany the emigration will also Ready.
part tepnlsing eneBIH b very ex,- CVREOPtLiAOK, TAPE WOBM.
SECOND EDITION. I of his foot ranging from near hi* ancle bone a
oftheircountrvwe cannot for doubt. tensive. Whole villages abandoned Your .W. This certify,that I IIate made .of Dr.WoodrufTs .
moment, j I arc being and o.nof'K.-STILL LATER. little l towards his toes. He is about 2' years old. is use
The only! plausible objection to the war bill which i iE tj thousands are en route for Antwerp and Amsterdamto run His wife ii woman of good countenance, has Worm Specific" in my family in several cases
THREE DAYS LATER ANOTHER I I.1'TLEOUR Tne steamer Galveston arrived at New I w ith the happiest effect. In it
I we hive seen is, that it assumes thai Mexico has be.j i embark f,-r the Unit<>d States. From the port of 'I blue eyes, fair skin, rather dark hair and a little inclined one case brought
'j I % ARMY YICTOKIors Orleans yesterday at one o'clock bringing still to be flt'ShShe is about 23 years 4.1d.- away immediately some fifty lf or,,u of the kind .
pnthe 'a when the (acts in the knowledge of Bremen alone (1.f/i proceed. From I called .dscurides-but its most remarkable effect was
j tmijrantsi later news j When last t.eard ol he was! riding a brown bay horse.
Congress did not fully sustain that If Switzerland also the of emigration The schooner Colonel Hare arrived at exhibited in another case, a girl of rather delicate
; assumption. fow ".j L Oifcthe morning of the 13th, Gen. Taylor with an oKl saddle; and she was riding a roan filly
i )however,we recur to the threats of the Mexican | large, the late troubles having decided many to abandon New Orleans ,yesterday morning with advices and his staff with the that had j with almost a new saddle. Thee. were last seen nearSalern heatH:, who complained pretty constantly cf her
guard brought
rt'pate abdomen. Being satisfied that she had been troubled
from Uraros Santiago, on the 13th. North Carolina.
authorities, and to rejection of the Minister ,' : Europe. news is Ioriou*. We. from the New TIl, down the train &c., started for his camp.-, I May 1C, IS,I. .13 .ItIII with Worms of some kind,we administered the"Specific
sent by our Government to negotiate in regard to the copy ; He was met by an a few miles from ," and to our astonishment, it brought from her
difficulties between the two countries, and connect Jr/ Nettt-Jackton County U.oDI.-A bpcci- Orleans Picayune : Point informing him that 8000 fresh I the Circuit Court of the anun&er of pieces uf Tape IVortn from two to
Wool the Lincolnshire She brines official of ?, : Iabl six or eight inches in length Since that time her
these, without other of the men of from breed has been acount' a secons MIDDLE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GADSDENCO.. ,
noticing 1 "
any numerous I d in Matamoras 2000 of I
troops arr ,
( health has considerably improved and I have
exhibited to us by the Rev. Dr. LING enclosed battle hth\n the Mexican and American I ; no
to Williams and Rebecca E. Wil.
insults our country ba received from Mexico, with I which had crossed over and 1100 more had Joseph doubt but that the Medicine has relieved her of that
him in letter from D. W HORJVK forces which took place on the 9th, hams, his wife, Peter L. Harilftj
of JacksonCounty.
a Esq. *
the COIHnf'1.cing i much be dreaded "
fact of invasion to Worm. The
the Mexican
by a arm;, of T{ I crossed the Grande at Barita, near the ] Specific" i* in
IU soil, there will remain but little for j I".a taken from a l.mb ofoniv a >fa'a at half past :3 o'cock. 'p. m., within tllr(', Ro more than 8 miles from P"intIaJJe. |j John 1'arino C.heirs Banna of, Ehos and Margaret Barmo, dej E.- huh repute in tin" place, and is without duubt val
pound bv Mr. II. and ftr length miles of Camp Taj action was Boaclic uable remtdv. for U'cruis.
growth, arid fineness upon
doubt a to the fact, that the war is br on by' raiS Taylor returned to Point Isa j I ceased t'.'. J In Chancery. JOHN J. LITTLE.

the acU of that country. A portion of the Mexican urpa.e any thing we have ever h.l. Thesample the edge of a ravine, and one mile from the htl once, and made preparations to leave James D. Cash, William Holland, Sa. Wluteville, Harris Cn..Ga., Jan. 10,145.DR. .
Chaparral which was large, about twelve rah Jane Holland C, West,
shown us was tleren in j Benj. J
: army crossed the Rio Grande, in obedience to the "u hal iu/t. : the next day with such forces were arriving. H. McMillian. John G. -
miles in width. n
order their Generals, and therefore hue length, and 'from a fleece which w ttn and a | WOODRUFF'S
must 'i/lll .
o I Camp, and Charles II. Dupont.
The Mexicans commenced the action with I
acted under authority from their Government. All halfpoundt A small portion of this ample may I I Tlie steamship Galveston landed 430 Infantry TF appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by DYSENTERY CORDIAL.

the circumstance justify that belief. No b seen at our office. The Doctor informs' us that their artillery, which was so posted as to sweep and Volunteer the 1! -L the affidavit of complainant' solicitor that Jas. .
man can :, (Rellf ;) Augusta
the narrow by which (: Taylor was of the defendants to the bill of Par Diarrhea, Dytenfary Cholera Slorlut
D Cash
doubt it. The delay which would require positive Mr. H. has everal of this splendid breed for sale, ( landed about 2O ; Captain Price arrived via | one corntiled -
there being a on either plaint herein resides beyond the limits of this Cholera Infantum, and Summer
and that he himself intends swamp I
of the fact formal declaration commence the raising ad\ancng. 1 Padre from Christ! with his
koledg by would ordered Corpus company i< State, and within the jurisdiction of the United Children.
Taylor a Complaint of
a delay deference to a cautious policy which of them. There is no country bttter calculated immediately') I of 70 mounted Rangers. They all reachedthe i States, that is to say within the State of Texas : //

Srould b dangerous in times of war. This objection for sheep than Florida, and vet ''r'few of our planters charge in the teeth oft the_ cncmJ destructive | Point on the 13th. The Telegraph and it Ordered, That the said James D Cash do appear From Hon. JL JJ'. IKlliard. late C. S. Minuter
fire, and the I pondt'd. and I the bill of filed
to tables troops j and plead to or answer complaint
even supply own
keep enough James L. will doubtless land their Belgium.
then, has no great weight. carried the enemy's guns at the point of the j Day troops :' herein, on or before the first Monday of October
with mutton. We hope to see things changed in Horse or REPRESENTATIVES: >
of 800 Point Isabel
A. to the other objection that The President's bayonet.So i amounting to upwards at I next t. or that the same be taken as confessed by the
I this respect before long and Wool form an item in the 14th. said James D. Cash and the complainants have leaveto Washington, D. C., April I. tSt6. )
acts have brought on this war, because he on
remo\'r j jour sudden and impetuous was the attack, Dr. Woodruff: My dear Sir : A few days since I

arms beyond the Nneces, which river the Mexicans our exports. and so successful, that Arista had not time to I' Gen. Paredes is at tie head of 15,000 troopson I order proceed be published erpatte once: Provided a week,for That four a months copy of previous this- received the Cordial which you were good enough to

claim to be the western boundary of' Texas, it t 03- We see it stated in an extract from a letter save his papers, which, with all his correspondence his way to )Matamoras. It may p8i"IJI to the day afores tid, in one ot the newspapers send have me. of My friend, Col. Seaborn Jones, would
part it ; the remainder I have laid aside furusewben
be that arrived
i still weaker. For that matter, they claimed not dated Mobile, May Ith, that drafts drawn against fell into the hands of Gen. Taylor. I fresh troops at I published in Tallaba..see.Dated I may need it.
the advance divi ion of his doubt .
is No 14th IS JO.Siirned.
tly between the Nueces and Rio Grande, but the I cotton shipped in American cannot b negotiated The action lasted one hour and a in army. GEO. W. MACRAE On the other pace I have added a statement of my
ve half ,) ,
the advised that Gen. (
whole Texas, and an army fet by our Govern- in that city. which time 600 Mexicans were I enemy were fully Taylor Judge S. Cir. presiding in M. C. (for Gadsden Co. appreciation.. of it as a Medicine.
o kitd
had left for P.oint Isabel, and their plan is I Having Used the Cordial of Dr M. Woodruff. I ,
bent,into part of Texas was as much an offence or wounded, and the Americans took A true copy :
any From our Extra of thu morning. !110 try and capture him on his return, a I. R. IURRIS Clerk. do not hesitate to pronounce it a most valuable Med !
tad a of war, a tbi,. Until Mc.ic showed a prisoners and 8 pieces of artillery. The American whist icine. Indeed, for such affections of the bowels as
j force crossing above is to come 10, ls40. 43 -tm
strong May
aelenting obstinacy, our Government wu dispsl- VICTORY VICTORY loss in this action was 02, killed and we sometimes suffer with in the South, I know nothing

to treat with her liberally as /o the question o wounded. j i upon his army..4MRRWD.Married. SUMMER RETREAT. at J1 equal to it."
Arrival of with the latest
Proper of Texas. When sh'e refused, what Among the killed were Cot McFntosh, Lt. -
bundr' I at St. Marks, Fla., on the i
caold *we do The Texians claimed to the RoGe. intelligence from the seat of Cochran, Col. Brown, (by the bursting & a evening of the 21st inst hy the Rev. Wm. P. LOWER MINCKAI SPRING. To Dr. .l""! n' otlrtff:

and bad ceded all to as, and the President War !-The Mexicans defeated s hell,) Lieuts. Innes and Chadburne, and one I Mr. WM. R. PETTES to Mils HELEN II. DANELLY HutI I Dear Sir : My little son was attacked with Dysentery -

C do nothing lea than take possession of the in two battles and Gen. Vega taken 4 or two others, whose names are not given.- = -' _=_= _= = tIe best, ithout medical
>aole, unless by negotiation there arose a probabilJ l."a l. prisoner Col. Payne, Lieuts. Gates, Burbank, hone, jl Florida Supreme Court ItcportslUST When 1 l.aJ nearly lost all hop of recovery I ac-

amicable compromise. Was he quietly toW Luther and others were wounded., ,published, and for tale at this Office, or byI' riic subscriber leave his cidently came across your Cordial Aftci reading
to friends
The following glorious intelligence from our We to that Major Khcgold, who I'. A. HAYWAKD. begs notify the certificates of sentlemen whom I .
.* regret say : see
op Texian soil, out of fear of Mexican threats | 1. and (he public generally, that his house is now
wounded in the action the May t'I. lS4t 42 it, I concluded to try a bottle, and began to me
V; there was no alternative hit f<}r him ; and he I gallant and brave little army on the Mexican was so severely I open for (the reception of visiters to this well known it by directions after
died the 10th inst. and buried I and tenders his thanks for favor one morning breakfast aid by
8th on was Notice.S watering place past
**ld have deserved censure if l bid not given the frontier was received yesterday evening at noon, to all appearance. the disease was entirely
fcn he did. All the talk about Mr. bring- next day with the honors of war. months after date, I shall present my final lereired lut summer, and hopes by strict at- cured. It has returned on him twice since, but has
l'olk.1 Chattahoochee and immediately] forwarded by I lention to his visiters to rtjeive a liberal share 01!
The total loss of the Mexicans in two account and vouchers a the Administrator o;( been stopped] as readily us l eforc.
for the idlt twiddle.twad- I tl The watersW the well
t o the war,must'pass express to this city, by Gov. MOSELEY, now actions of the 6th and 9th was at OO. Jtwiah Woodard, deceased. and apply to the Honor known patronage to excellent Medicinal Spring qualities are, Very np -ctfulTv.
: : very
CSofparty I able Judge of Probate of Madison County for letters possess WM. .
Ijirit of force amounted to at least hOot) j for various diseases. The is
on his west for the organizingthe The Mexican appropriate now
The war eul A bill has been !pased to carry way purpose i of dismisaiou as the Administrator of said estate. in excellent order for bathing. Persons wishing to GeQrgf'town,Rmdolrb Co.Ga.. Sept. 1O.1**6.
of the Americans 'on the
while that
*. Now it u the people tod their part militia of the State, and learning personally men, I visit i the Spring, would do well to call early.
fo ground did not exceed 1600 men. I Madison County.". May 23IMo. 11 1 1NEW fmI A fresh supply of the above valuable medicii.es,
subscriber would also remark, that his table
"to in for the The
re- the and
Executive of country want
sustain the their necessary i just ret'rind and for sile Lewis
look by & Ames
place .
prisoners Druggists
An exchange lJ. I will be furnished with as ereaf a variety as any other
**ng their enemy. Their own honor, the honor defenres in case of depredations from any tween the two armies subsequent to the action, : BOOKS. in the State. His Stable u al-to provided with a T.allal.b.ot'f'> ; aNo.by! R Mannin?. P. lof..MaD-
W American arms, Miscellanies, complete price $1. nington.. Lei-n County ; Jas. B. Heard P. 1\1.,Mif'Co-
I country, and tbe glory Thornton and Hardec and ALlSO-'S good Ostler, and plenty of Corn and Fodder for horses.
which Capts. "
enemy. by $1. sot>kie. Lenti County ; S. F. fluency Miccr ookie
T 5r, action en their part.'rseles .- His terms will be moderate to suit the times. ;
prompt and energetic Mr. Rodgers brought the news from Quincy Lieut. Kane have been returned to the army. Parrot'a Journey to Ararat, I). T. TREZVANT. Samuel Pult-t..n. Druggist. Montlccllo ; John G.
.we fear not (or the reLl. Our county Lieut. Dcas was not demanded and still remains Ketnarkahle Criminal Trials, Lower Mineral Spiing, E. F, May UI'ItS.12 Gunn Merchant. Quincy ; Zabml Fletcher, P.M..
wdl come out of the war, M it gcei into it, with to Tallahassee in lets' than three hours, arri. Among the prisoners taken D'Aubigne's History of the Reformation, China Hill,Gadsden County : Joshua Davisof Cadsdin -

hIescatchiub I ving at half-past one o'clock, this morning.We .- a prisoner. Wainright' Family Prayers SPRING County; D. Baker, I' M., Chattaboocbie. and
and Gen. For & SUMMER GOODS.
bright utamwhe.Fr by (;en. Taylor was Vega. The Lenten Fast Double witness of the Church Wm. I'owtraMerchant, Mananna. '

Wai 1 immediately issued our extra, while other : him two American officers were offered in Tupped Proverbial Philosophy. THE subscribers take pleasure in informing the May 9. l l"lh. 42.

iugtoa City. of citizenspTepateftO receive the but it was declined to give him up Liston'a Practical Surpery Deweet' on Children, of Tallahassee, and the surrounding .
0 WuhingtOD correspondence fl le to-day,*ndeondone our glorious exchang for American officer of Wandering Jew, illustrated D'Havmental country, that they have jUDt received by the last arrivals Notice.SIX .

all the important infornjation (rom o news with 29 rounds of artillery. This news an Young Duke. Royal Favorite Je sie'. Flirtations from New York a splendid assortment of months after date undersigned, Admin

',sciitltges. is of the results of the equal rank, whenever one should be taken. Ransomed Bride Lady of the Gulph Fashionable, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. And of Jeremiah Bentley, deceased late of

\ explanatory engge. Gen. Vega and two Mexican Lieutenantswere Three MousqueUirea, a sequal to the Three Guards they will be constantly receding 'from New York Jefferson County, will present their accounts and

t 13th. th Senate took up the Fortification menU of tbe 8th an 9th inst., sent over by Gen. Taylor on the Col. men, Gabriel Lambert, Percival Keene, and"New Orleans (selected by the first houses in the vouchers to the Judge of Prolate of said County .

'** pawd it. This bill apprfiae. f.I last We are three days in advance of war. Gen. Vega was Leon de Cavalier, Moore' Epecurian, above places with the greatest care and attention, and ask for a discharge from said adminirtratkjn.*,
I a recft. Gen. SCOTT It U or exr Harey" prisoners The complete Florist, or manual of Gardening. particularly for this market) all seasonable goods i in JOHN SAUNDERS. )
Fid .
J to take command of the Southern of our maiL allowed to b accompanied by one of his aids, Pictorial Bible Nov. to 52, for subscribers. the above line which they chiT low for cash at SAMUEL BENTLEY.j Adm'n. '

rla amy rlglaVeltem of a number of a Lieut ., ass friend. SCHOOL BOOKS, Ae.Anthon's their store in Tallahassee or Montirello. Jefferson County,May 2, 1846. 41 6m
leave immediately. We bfpe not L. & II. GREENBERG ._ _
'hie confident of victory t CO.
The Mexican army was 1 Virgil, Clark' Casar, Playair' Euclid 5j:, .
.f I doing well enough. But< i Scott dontITavlor our brave plant ofe"we are some. that every preparation had been mae to Keys t0Y'*AtgebraSwift's Ph.ilo.ophylstps.rt, March 21. 1846. ?S Noflce. .

: will Lave,the Mexicans a whip what elated at the proweu an efficiency of celebrate it ; but all their preparations fel Eclectic Readers No. 1,2,3, Walker's Dictionary LAW NOTICE. SIX months after date, \ shall apply to the HOB.
PtdIeore Smith's Arithmetic, Copy Books Writing Parch. Dt Probate for Jefferson CJountT tor letter
there A vtu .
b gets message We believe of the American In the flights JDtlM IP. Q7
our hitherto abused little army. the hands meat Slates, Green figured Paper for Window Curtains &11. of dinni.ion w Administrator of Mary Savaje,laU

President O the 15th recoiimtnding that that Gen. Taylor U yel in many or.the M'lcan took t the river, and 3d inches wide, fcc., Jtc. WILL resume the practice. of Law. Orno Uf of add County deceased- .' *

'Maiir.Csiieni. b apinte.ia id4ition t the however, \"er attempt to swim it. Just received ner brig Eineline.and for sale br YARD.Aprrl GEORGE JONESJcfllripn .

,-*tbe service. was that if tbe Mexican reinforce were drwed reached the camp the after- 4ay71.ltm.: 11 P, .\. HAYWARD. 2S, IW'! 40 County, April 33, ISW.' 40''fa .
G' Gen. Taylor
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1 {** :jJTi'R..,vFORTUNE' PniK,MedlelLei, Paints, Olfa, March 21, &. p.Sugar. A.ltA
VINGERIIOETS O A (inn FIRST quality Juato Sanz Principe YW.Ul,
..,,' noVrTrefeeiving brig Republic ard daily exJ. -
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TS Toilet Articles Perfumery,
Unfon Igas Clan
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,, ( Hivana ,of choice pectiagper brig P onefromNew Yorka large
GInotice that he U prepared to brands'J Cigars t"t1ollowin; and well selected assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE TAUrtT:** BRUSHES AND COL., 4 BARRELS Crashed Sugar

.1 1 friends and the public: ,Washington La NonnVs"J.CorriU'tPanatelas DRY GOODS,suitable for the Spring aid Summer Apolh carles Glass Ware, ac. 4 esses Loaf do

with an', article of CABINET FUR- trade consisting in part of the following: rpHE above constantly oa hand,and for sJe at the 2 Hogsheads Brown Sugar,

t, .1 >} NITUR$;, 'made 'I? in a stjle not to be .: 'Regalia's, Fancy Prints, ,Paris Shade Robe, X lowest marke prices. 2 Barrels New Orleans clarified Son* '

surpasso/4 by any workman in the State, Varcla Regalia's, White Linen Dri, French<. Bareges, by STARR LLoYD I. FLAG(.
# and at ''prices corresponding with the Esculapsio DaniasJGalane Brown atin stripe FRANCISCUS WIENKCB ALSO.in store a variety of articles for family April 19, 1546. 39

times. Bjreaus,Sofos Tables of various kinds Settees -*, S Figured Bolnsl,. )Graduated Rob. this melh,d to inform the public that he u.e. Pickles, get Capr. Maoni. VermicelliCurrant State -
Wardrobes, CK-iiis, and every dcctiptioi and Panetelu. JfeLa Cotonade Lama rAKE removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the Jelly, Olive Prunes, Almonds,,: Tax-Collector;SaJe.

style of .Furniture$e tn order or repaired at the Joy : : 1i'tlr.*. <\Vh't Miulin building formerly occupied-by: Starr&. Co.,nest doe ROM. and Peach Waters,Sperm Candles,fee.SIBISB8 TJ Y rirtue of the power vested in me by la. I d.a
shortest notice. Ha i il also prepared to contract for e' ape; I Gambron Fancy Bondcanl r:- to Peck'a Tin Manufactory: in the rear ol which he A or JJ expo to sale,before the Court H**. .
the building of Iopt. and such other work as.ii .. Regaha', Cotun" L"i int'ndl to carry on the business of a CABINETMAKERUNDERT.hKERandUPIIOLSTERER C 1 the cityoiTsllahaaseecocntyor Leon. ,aa

generally done by hinu'e carpenters. His prices In J lucfro. (Rich Satin strip; Barege ;and < On (hefty::Monday in
this department will be such as to induce those desi- Light Plaid Gingham, 5 Scarfs, feels v\ell to execute any orders in eitherof Growth ,of. 1845. August nest

rious of building to ve him employ while the quality Lfatt"' Press.'tI. EarUton .,Fancy Dress Capes, the prtpe of his buineJ. November, I 1845. 19 the following property, or so much thereof >,

of his work, if it 4oes not ivrpan, will at least .\1 uf Itie jVve Ciair. are warranted of the best Cout Rich French work collars, He abve provided with! the best materials for the pn the State Tax due oa the same for the ye,,lIQ.

equal any work dontf in this cit.\. fjui.ity: uiid iMll. be sold at the lowest price. by Irish Linens I fancy Silk Points, manufacture: of new articles of Cabinet Furniture, Notice. WIN .SIB.T2.R2.NandE.Id
"o the citizens of Tallaha e. anl surroundingcountry April-I.1M-J. 37 P. A. Damask Linen Napkins!, ''hade fringe Polka cord, such Secretaries, Bureaus, SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. land! longing to Col. R. W. William, ow er
1YWARO. as Tabe Besteds.
he would return hit' most hearty thanks for : Towel, ,.Egyptian MU Chairs &c., &c., in the neatest mot perfect Judge of Probate for Jefferson County,for known.
received, and trusts' Aoticc. hkfs Sleeve and waist girdles, Letters of dismission Administrator of aloe EI.N Eland S E
the patronage he lus'jheretofore L. C. (em st'ipcr.) st\lc. He Mill also repair any description of furnitlllP. a .ol 1. S 25; NWlNi
that he miy rontinua'to give satisfaction, and enjoy ALL person ir.delted to the estate cf Robert Cambrics and Jaconctts, .','Ladic white and colored Walker, late of said coun5y, de'U.JEE S 36. T3. R2Nand EE J.SEJ. S zv; w t II&

their confidence ai.i fnor .rie",late of Loon. County dl'asfJ. will Grass Cloth, /' kid Gloves, I Ho imld his grateful thanks to the citizens WALKER. \! I..S30.T3.R3NandE., situated ne 3

February' 2*;. 1SL.; 2< lyZiAvT. mike iinrAediatc payment to the subscriber: ; and Irish and thread F l;in:<, tlents'; do of Tallahassee rtur for the liberal patronage. he has already December 27th 1845.- 23-fci nan*'on'PUrpr.Vn* to belong to Lewis CowerS

--- those having claims a, nn>t said! e-ht. must present Cambric and.Muslin) (edjO; p*. rich Doiintt. Ri!,- rerem-d.andn-spectfully solicit a continuanceof Notice. the Life Insurance and Trust Coapur

XOOT( BlioCKENBROUGH i AUGUS time reluire by law,or they will be barred of recove Back Trimming Lace, s Fancy Cajw. all who give him (heir pie in SIX month afterdate, the undersigned will make' s IT i *
WILLIAM in II may bth tonal return and exhibit, to the Judge of Pro.
.\ \ will practice part ry. R. T. BIRCiliriT, Administrator. Inserting, Rich Fancy Par olfs. and ijtuhty of lni work. fsSSffi I
nership. They will ittend the counties of the lid-. Ml.hvMe, May r>. I it*;. f2 2m Printed Paris Lawns, '\ large assortment of price ll, 1SJG., 25 bate for Leon County, a administrator on the estate :

die District of FloridiJ, Jack ion and Franklin coun N. S. Sulphide Muslin: French Mowers, January r>f Roderick McnDs. deceased, and ask for a discharge .. adjoining the lands belOt1S

tics, in Apalachkola District. The county of 2WS "V Plaid Swiss Muslin, Tine straw Bonnets, Southern Harmony. a Geo. T. Ward, Esq'r.,about five miles eouth '

Thomas,Ge :a. Tti Court Appeals.of Florida,, MEETINGS. Shirtings, Osnaburgs. and a largeiv's'rtment Ombre J Eagle Ee COPIES SOUTHERN HARMONY, justrocened JOHN MA NING. Adm'r. Tallahassee owner not known. "

and the District' and fcircuit Coirts of the United of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Plain Swiss and Book do. 'Florence 150 and for sale by March 14, 1S4C. 36m- TheElolN W .OfS8iDTI.RJN.

States at Tallahassee. : Boots. Shoes, Hats, i.c.,&e.. suitable for the Spring Ombre '.17.rin ?. ;Nc3politanPrinted : Nov. 15, I-'I5. 11 P. A. HAYWARD. Gold Peas 8tJ acres near Lake Jackson purporting to bc1oac't
RnjDE CE: trade, for sale cheap bySTARR '- l'adhd Rutland Charles Williamon.
WM. 1!. BROCKENSROUCKTallahassee. LLOYD &FLAGG. Satin Stripe MourningRich/ Lace To the friends of the Insane. JUS received, per Brig Eneline 2 dozen Wood- Also the following town lots: Lot N .22O.t'-

AUGUSTUS. MAXWELL, .. April-, l'4& :1 B.ilzarincj San Victoriaemb' THIT Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum No. 1 Gold Pens, the best article manu original plan of the city of Tallahassee, and pall rf

April It. b15. ; 30 f Broche figured mourning ;;Cnglish Patterns Wilhamnburg,would inform the public of the factured. For sale by lot No. 174 in the north addition to the city of si.
Notice. :Muslin 'Paris lace trim'd Smthtr! States that by a recent law of the Legis February q, 194G. 32 P. A. HAYWARD. lahassee also lot No. 76 in the south hall cfttl

To School Teachers.A SIX tn'nthsafter date, I shall present to the Hon The above were 'decNI by a gentleman: ol decided latuf,they are empowered receive ins me patients, NEW BOOKS. county quarter of said city.
PAIR OF TWELVE INCH GLOBES for sale of Probate for Jcffer County, final from other States. This the oldest Also the lands
:e on my taste, and he rests a."urcd! that those who will pawing hlar.. is purporting to belong to the "Ass
Jat a very low price if applied for soon. by account and towchers a!Administratrix of..tereniiahDrew call and e".min., cauiiot' do otherwise than award c the kind in the Union having been TPvOWNING'S COTTAGE RE IE CE'ebster' lachicola Land Company" lying jn the cffSntyrfw
P. A. HAYWARD. late of said Coonty. dl'casf'd. and shall then him that credit. founded! by < Colonial Government in 1709; and J \" large Dictionary Leon. bonned North by the lIne oC demuntict

May :. 1540. 41 apply for letters of disn'uion as such Adoiinistraix. He has also jmt received from New Orleans,: i i.,from its location,best adapted fur Southerners.beins McCauley's, Miscellanies Guizt's English Ryo West by the OcklftChy River South by the

nndork.. ., RACHAEL DREW. Richembr'd C.nt." C'r.ipo Shawls,worth $10, ;removed! from the piercing cold of the Northand lution ruizot'l History of Civilization of vi and East by the St. Marks River emiy tai
RaohI Jefll-nton Coar.ty, -Irlll. 1-10. 3J'FaxCollccior's Orn* figurr l Linen Cambric for dresses, from the enervating heat of the South Its curative Poems, tran by H. F. Cary, Pcems by Olier known as part of Forbes' Purchase"
Hams and Prime Pork,just re Wendell Holmes Knovrlson's Complete Hcrse Doc
SDF.SSouldcrI! Paris Lawns, capacity i is of the highest order: nine out of ten A. A. FISHER
bySTARR Notice. Embroidered Robes, recover, if received i within the first six months tor, Yankee Stories, by Judge Haliburton, Three Shff. and ex-offieia Tax-CoL
cast L.
LLOYD & FLAGG. TilE undeui1ne.Coltoref the State and Coun- Black Thread Mantiihs-rcorth $i), of Ihc disease. It is easy of access,as steamers daily Guardsmen, by Dumas, Picking from the New Orleans January 24, 1846. 27 6m C.*f

April t'i*. 3J _ county ef Loon, htdv Iisn'tirr Silk O. K. Mitts, ( style.! ) stop. at a wharf not fa from the .\')lum. The mo. Pica)une.Jack Malcoo/s LogThe Dead Boxer
that he will attend at the the Ion \ Wm. Carleton, Adventures of a French Gentle-
in by
Cont.h' the non-restraint
)! treatment, system in
of which" he offers on the most tin upon Tax Collector
M. D. PAPY rC.onablcterm Nollc.T .
( Tallahii.-e, until the last div of the en!uini; J-1'5. :;"> ""'cts.fulopfation. The apartments admit of claMlic.iti *- m'n,The Mother by T. S. Arthur. Olph Wrecker -
March21 I
U 3 a !LW9 TVria of the Circuit Court of said. rountv' for the -- >n of patients according to their state of mind Cousin Hinton Te IncOnito.Count Julian,by HAVE this day levied upon the following lots or
Middle purl'o.*' 01 rerriMng the Taxes due said State and Nlate--rai- i;. "'! ; t.:and. ali a complete division of the classes of society. Simms Guy Rivers do. .. Queen of Denmark, J. tracts of land: The north west half or the norti
all the the
WILL Practice in in the cou.itfir. thf- .\ear l*>-4'i. virtue of the in bj I The fare is and the board $4 per week. by Mrs. Gore, Sib\l's Book C Fate. east quarter and the north east half of the ncrtk
: OSce rn the first floor of Capitol BY power \te lw. ncelent. west Section
the _\. .\ FKI1KR. expose} for sale, frc the Court V.'e have nc.at d-nJm3, a parlor tastefully furnished NEW music. twenty-one. Township three
South wins room formerly occupied by < hal [ Range three containing hundred
S Secretary of th' Ttrritorj.November '. Tal1ahas.ee Shfrit. and IS r.nfri Tu-Coletvr.: door in ton n of Jasper, Cuunty of Hamilton,on with lurtains,carpet,sofa,cpntre.tableottomns, A great variety cf pieces for Piano Fcrte: Songs, of land more or I les,and one to be sold before and sixty the Cbvt acre
__ | ___ ____ I mirror, bonks and a piano: airy verandahs for sum Dance .
lr, 1 15. The first Monday in September next, &c.SCIOOL House door in the town of Quincy on the first Ma*.
retreats an extensive enclosure for eveningbien
CI -iins nviin the United States. mer ;
: BOOKS. in 1W3 for the
the much thereof will day July County tues dneGadidca
-IOU'PJI Ba AxAi. L. O'B. BRACIL.ATTOflNEYS f"Uclwins property or so a : a carriage! for morning and evening rides ;
.. & L. BKAM'II. JOHN P. DUVAL. of Tallahassee' Florida and I pay and County taxes due on the same fur a reading room furnished with books and newspapers Arnold's Latin Book first and second series, County for the years IS43, ISH and 1545- and costs
l n..\XcI DICKENS. of Washincton City the of Malcom Gilchrist.
AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW < the )ea IM5: ; and moreoverarious means of amusement. Anthon's Greek Lessons Anabasis of Zenophcn.
FLOK1P\ will prosecute claims against the Unstod! States from The S t 4 ot Sec 31, and the K: 1 of the N K 4 of Chaplain resides in the building and preaches to Splendid Fire Screens, Green Paper for Window JAMES A. MCMILLAN,

connection TAI.LH-tSLE with the Southern Life Insu Florida cr els \here. Letters to Duvi.ic DICK- St-c 3"). the entire section 31 I, and the W of S.C' the patients every Sabbath. Letters of inquiry should Curtains &, 3tc., just received per Brig 1 G. Quincy Dec. 29. 1545. 24 Co.Tax Collector.

THEIR & Truer Comply h'in;entirely ceased, sov, Tallahassee. Hcnda, jo.f paW, 'will be attcndeJto ::, and the E i of the SV i of Sec 23* all of T 2. he directed to Dr. JOHN M. GALT, Physician and Bourne, sale by AdmIDIltrator'.l'o1Iet'.

hereafter their attention exclusively HU\-I&DICKENS. R 12, N and E.: The N E i of S2and theN J of .Su >eri".tendent of the Eastern Asylum Williams- April 4, IS-tO. 37 P. A. HAYWARD.
they will guo 2', I"4*. ( months after date, I will apply to tie Hess
to their r.r"f SsJo:1. _.1' S3an'ltheNE 1 lot S I I.Tl 1. R 12, N and E.. purporting bore, Virginia.March SIX Judge of Probates for Lecn for letters
They will attend the Supr 'an1 Court of the State Notice. to belonjr to the c"ttf of Hector \\Braden II, 1-tf. 31 eowlOw New, Extensive and Splendid of dismission as administrator of coanty the
,AUo, the N W 4 of the S I of S 7, 1. R S 11 I, ASSORTMENT OFLflTh1Z estatstt
each of the Court for the Middle Circuit. J
months Joshua
and after state, we will present our fiuial Sills, late of said County deceased
March 3.3 SIX N an-1) E., purporting to bclonjj to the estate olWashington -WilLIAM H. WARD @ &O.
7, IMr : and vouch* as lie administrators ol SOLOMON SILLS Aduft.
Robert Y. Wrllforddeccaxd apply to the Hon.Judje Dunham.No ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GE EI\L'\GE'T., subscribers are \receiving a line assc/t- F'brulr '7. ISi;. 20 6m
JOHN ER3KINE > the S E 4 of S 31, T I. R I 13, purporting tn THE of CLOTHS C.1SSLVERS& VEST-
tf Probate for letters of di .
Len County t.r City of Washington I) C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW mission as administrators of vjd: tate.ni belong to the estate (.f Benjamin Chaires. I INGS, 'which they are prepared to manufacture in NEVBOOUS&c.'T'OWNSEND'S .
Q.ulncy Florida. \IILKS s. (! > Al-o Sections :") and 3">, in T 1, R 12, Nand F..,, RESPECTFULLY announce that hl will attend the roost fashionable manner Also,a large supply Bible, arranged in historical
Courtt of Gad dl'n Sll.EY. Adm to : to the estate of Thomas Liv- of Claims before the severaExecutne u4
attend the JatticeV p'irportiii; belong JL I
I WILL ofIid.lle Florida J. C\R.\\.AY 5 ineston. Department of the Government and REIDT MADE CLOTHING, chronological order in 2 vclsnet..,
the Circuit Court L1 'h5. Pt';. : Sufferings of
Christ A.
and the Courts in the adjacent Countiw of Georgia. .__: !: ( Also, the W J of the N L.fSJJ, claims against. the United States for Lands or Money, (made up by ourselves,)in the ltet style,consistingin Youatt 0-11 be Hone,Dr.by Lardner's Laynan lectures,

I November 22, l-l:. IS tf Administrator'otlcr.. The F i .,f the S W 4 of S 37, to trP settlement of Public Accounts, to claims be part ,I Thier's life cf Napoleon 5 No!., ,11 ri.

tJ-: Sentinel coj'>. __ _____ A LLpersonsintk-bttdtotheeMateof i Anna Brooks The i of the N E 4 of S 31, foe C"rmi.ionel under Indian or other Treatiesto Frock, Dress and Business Coats : The Chainbearer, C'wper's last work,
XX The W S : Pre-emption and other Land Claims, and to the
ot Jefferson deceased will i Jof thcSE4of
wi.olte County, r Black and Colored Cloth Frock and Dress Coats, O'Donoghue, by Charles Lever,
l.Lm l \ fCOMMlplONllERCHANT\ make to the ; and The N 4! of the S K 4 of S 33, procuring of Land Patents, to Pensions in the Army
Immeiate pa\Kint .luribr F I Cloaks and Overcoats, Tweed Sat The challenge of Barletta from the Ittliu ef
these having aail.t said estate present The S hf the S W 4 of S 27, in T 2, R 13, and Navy, or business connected therewith, to the Goth.
I and Beaver Bus. Coats& D'Azeglio, Theobold or the Fanatic Henries
No. 4. Front Levee thm for ta; >merit to the ,luni.lnl r within the N and f: Also, the E i of the N 4, and the W obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful Inven- > Stilling The Visionary, by Schiller, by

I Ew.onLE.\XS. Ln.t time reuae by law or ", barred of reco'er i of the N E 4 rl S 5,T 1. P 1 li!, Sand E.i'ur1ort- tionand to all otherbusineseofapublic nature requiring Plain and Fancy Vests Only a Fiddler,and the Authors Daa htu,b1l1fJ
ing to belong to the estate an A ent. Black and figured Situ Cashmere, Valencia,
U. BROOKS, Hardy Bryant. Stin.
attend to BUYING SELLING, RECEIV J. IE Howitt The White Boy by Mrs. S. C. Hall,
-a WILL Jei! rnn Co.pril :2"5, ;. 4f!) Also, thf N W 4nIS2lttheW i of the N 4 of S Claims against individuals promptly attended to. Velvet.
aol FORWAUDING, with promptness rdm'r. F The Foster Brother edited by Leigh Hunt
--- --- 20the F. 4 ol the S W 4 of S 2'tlieSW theS titles investigated, &c. PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
: of the Seal Three
I and despatch. Kolivv.SIX W 4 S 17. the E i of the S W 4 of S 17, the SW Information given free of charge. All letters to Knights Night in a Lifttios,
November,1'Fi. 1*> The Jesuits edited by C. E. Lester
4 the S E 4 of S 17, all in'f Range 14 N be post-paid. ALSO-AERY LARGE ASSORTMETTT OF
; tlntll. afterdate, I shall prevent to the lion hI 1. The White Slave of Book of L
Maps Florida
Dr JX67 O. GAMBLE, Jr., ;; I account and vouC'her as Executor of Thomas I. 1 .. Hon. A. S. WHITE, U. S. Senate. I Collars, Lambs-wool, Canton
hi Professional Services to the citizens Pens, &.C.
.S OFFERS *' and its ticinity.Nor. Woods, late of .said county,dc.ceafd. and shall then Iurrtinr to belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills. I F:. A HAMMFGA.V, Stocks, and made Flannel and SCHOOL BOOKS.
appjv} for letters of dismission a.s such Executor. HAMILTON J. BRYAN, ALKX. BARRow Cravats, Jeans Undershirts
t IS. 11313. 17 tf BENJAMIN MANNING.I ShfT.ffid tx officio Tax Col. H. Co. JAMES SEMPLE, Gloves, Drawers, Morse's New Geography Parley's New N io.al

] !' -Jffr Jefferson County, March 7, 1S4''.. 33 f.mrVolirc. February 2s, t'1';. 32 Cm I). R. ATcHIsoN, Hand'chiefs.silk, cam- Half Hose Geography Anthon's Hcraer, Horace,Ciceroc'Bullion's .

.J ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT LAW, -- -- --- -------- C. AuMLV, II brie, &.c. Hats and Caps, English and Latin Grammar.
$. Ja!p r. Hamilton County, Florida. Administrator"! NoticeS -. J. J. HARPIV ( Illinois. Suspenders Boot*and Shoes, tc. 'a Latin Reader Latin Tutors.Emerson's ,

t Novemtr 22.i .":. 1" 4 l IX nir.r.ths after date, I shall present my final se- IX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. .. S. A. DOUGI.A J, I'HLB Every requisite to Gentleman's Wardrobe Arithmetics, three parts,

LAW NOTICE.3o .. count and ,vouchers. as the AdminitratorolSdni.oct the Judge of Prllatt of Leon County for leter I raE of Kentucky. 1 Eclectic Readers three parts Angells Series
; be found their establishment the Cumstock's Philosophy Greenleafs Arithmetics
at most
of di rnissiou Charles JOHN PETTITof Indiana. can on reasonable -
deceased, and! apply to the Hon. Judge of on estate of A. ,
SJI.. f Jefferson for l of dnimsMon late t>f said County, dereawd.MF.S Xe", S. C. SAMPLE, terms. Our stock wil be replenished by the &c. Just received and for sale by
Wo WEH ? 9 the !Administrator( County said estate.ten J.\ A. I C. I*. SMITH, C arrival of almost every ,, from New York during January 17, 1546. 26 P. A. HAYWAWX

I.e;l. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, a ALEXANDER SCOTT. Survmng ERTIr10T.. J. A. WRK.IIT. the season, by new goods l'urcha by Mr.

Quincy,: Florida. Jeflrson County April 2 40 OrnIVollct -Gin1n.w J. B. BOWLIN, of )fi' uri. ST1LLMAN, who will remain during the NEW BOOKS, Ac.TUST .
I hlf. .lach2II'3:
WILL attend the several Courts of Middle Flo "- J. :M HIVHE, winter for that purpose. We flatter ourselves, by
t and of Decatur County, Georgia. *. (BWECESrichstjle ) ] ) g I hENRY DOIKSE, of Wisconsin.April such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY received per Brig Sampson, Narrative of tksJ
January 3. 1S40- j4! months after date, we our ac FOR CASH we shall be enabled to sell Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Ors-
SIX Illal present Prints Mnslms 12. 1"3 _ cheaper and North California in
1 I current and the Hon. Jude 900 Ging- ---- than any other establishment in the city. All gon 1S43 and 4, by Cipt J. I
R.H.BERRY&Oo.'pilE hams Karegts, lialzarmes, Miulin Co1'artnership.THEundersiin C. Fremont price 371 cts.
and then
of Probate: for Jefferson Count, apply for person in want of clothing are respectfully in'Fite
undersigned have this day formed a Co-part letters of dismission as executor and executrix of Shawls, Scarfs, Capes and Collars, Gloves, : l, hating this day asjociafed them- to call and examine and judge for themselves. The Crescent and the Cress, bv Eliot Warbnrtoa

1 j_ nership under the above name, for the transmission Joseph M. White, late c.f said County, deceased.THEOPHILUS Milts, hosiery, a superior assortment of Lakes and under the firm of STARR CLARK & SILLMAN Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Proems,
f.1 of GENERAL COMMISSION BUSI fS.'j' Embroidered Mi-liu Trimming and a vat it K' ol LLOYD and FLAGG, will continue the mercantile Monroe street next doer to Star g. Tupper'sProverbial Philosophy a book of tionjili

R. H. BERRY ELLEN A. BIATY. articles too numerous to mention. Jut received buiJM-ss at the Store formerly occupied by W. F. November I. 1*-5. 15 tf k F and arguments originally treated,

I I). P. HOGUE. JefTernn County: February 2S. l'BEATY.i CmTax and for sale by Lloyd, where they will be pleased to see their former Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield
; L. II GREENBERG; &. CO. On Consignment. Dante's Poetical Works, translated H.
!o\"emberIO.2"jl1i$ I ft If' -- I .toler". M. STARR, by CIl10
C (
"',)oe. Jfll. ll.>.r. lcto.Notce. Mach 21. 1"11i :rt W. F. LLOYD 1 CASK Sugar cured Hams. Tea, Rice, The Philosophy of Mystery' by Dandy,
----- ------- ugr.
: t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I HAVE. this day upon eight i nine, February I:, IS.I'; 31 F. II. FLAGG. 1 Candles. Soap,Mulrel. Flour, Holmes'lile of Mozart, .,
ten and eleven, McNeil's survey,containing; rOTICE. Arnold's Rugby School
al.j Cheese Vinegar: Mustard, Pepper, Sermons
continue in the
1". WILL Courts to of practice Jefler!on County Superior ani in and the i\tt-et Imndrr cresof land!, more orlel lying be- FORECLOSURE:OF MORTGAGE:: IK THE SOUTH- NoticeS Spice Ginger,Nutmegs,Dried Apples Peaches, Parker's aids to English composition

I( Courts of the MiMic District and the County twitn Little Iliver and Rocky Comfort and to be sold CIRCUIT 0,FfoMDA.THE IX months after date, will apply to the Probate Maccaroni, Butter Onions, for sale by Chances and Changes, or Life as it Is,by CkirbsBurdett
I Superior before the ('oiitt I Ilousedoor, in the ton n of heirs of John II. Sawder, will an Rural
Quincy ,
j, of Columbia i in the Jtcrn P1st net. dc-un Jnd'ze of Gadsden County, for a cihaf fromr December 13. 21 R H. BERRY. Economy by Boussinghault,
f on the first: Monday in July, IMn", for the County please! notice that I intend to in jtroced.ings y exee'itershipofthe lat will of Robert Davidson, Book of the Colonies, by John Frost,
'_ Residence at Monticello, Jefferson County. All h\C d'i.- (.ads.icn, County for the).eat'i ht'n hundrct ,forth*'ith. in the Circuit Court for the Southern deceased. L. W. Notice. Book of Good Examples by John Frost
I business entrusted with him ill be SPRAT.
w promptly attended anJ forty-file(I IM.'i) and coNts.by the claimants Circuit of Florida, to foreclose the mortgage I hold January 9, [(17] I"t) SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Tht book of Christmas by Thomas K. Hcrrry,
$$1 .' to. St of ForbeV Purchase the property of the Apjlaclii- upon certain real l eatateof John 1 1. Sawyer,deceased, of Probate of Jefferson County, for letters Elinor Willis, edited by J. G.Cooper,

-MarchOl11.< 3.1Xew cola Land Company. in the city of KeyYY t, situated at the corner of Dr. Hull' .Pulmonary Balsam, of dismission a Executor of the estate of Elizabeth The quiet Husband, The Squire The Heiress,b;

York Citr-Jo. \\M Broadwaj. J\MES A. MrMILLAN, Dmal and Front MrecIs, and known a part of lot For Cough:, Colds, .' ., Croup, Bronchitis, Jones,late of said County d ceased. Miss Pickering,
JAMES J. BIRGE I Q-iincy, DJH- 2). 1S4. 21 Co Tat Colhclor.ofici number three in l'I'lae] number seven, according to \\TioojnnK-Cottfh..t1m" Hoarseness, RICHARD TAYLOR. Ascanio or the Sculptor's Appreuticeb7 A.1-

j: \ *. A. G. Bowman's plan of said. city.CHARLFlS. Sureness Paint Infut7a. Jefferson County Doc. 20, 19- 2 fim mas.-- Love and MMtn,rum_K. Hnn* SmitK
J1Lmmt01EIAIJ MALLORY.By o i ;isti; i
months after the iiii1rsigntd l will of Consumption, Difficulty The illustrated Palestineby Joo. Kilts, I
cfT" d.te. : pre- B1UJ Notice.
., the abovetore, between the SIX S. R. \LLOKY.. hu Attorney.Kev .
The Manuel of
I Matrimony, by Bachelor
H.h'fOn his accounts and'oud.crs to the Judge! of of tfc. a ,
) and.FRANKLIN HOUSE where ho ll West\Iarc.7. Islo. .13 cow un Breathing &C. months after date,I shall present my accounts Mysteries of the Backwoods by T. B. -
SIX Tborpe.-
Prol f WakulU Administrator the
>aje< County, as on -- held in
---- -- article has long been high estima
: f. will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCH THIS vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate for thor of Tom Owen
estate of M C. Robertson, and apply for letters ofdiunissiun The Upper 'uwuuIlsceSprjuiga, lor the cure of diseases of the breast and
ENGLISH CLOTHS CASSIMERS l Jefferson and then for letters of dis
VEST- apply -
.1 ; AiD : from the said 1 County A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions it
.tate. EAST lungs, and is offered to the public as a remedy deserving -
INGS, &.c He would resiectfullv( solicit a continuance FLOU mission a Administrator of the several estates of Needle-work
t of the of his Florida friend believ- JOHN P. HUXGEI'ORD.In subscriber takes this method of in- a trial by all who a'e thus afflicted. Geor Smith.Silas Krupp and John
f.' patronage right of his wife George Rtchie. ( Fleming Field, Nich Bigelow, The Orange Girl I
.' j' '.'z he will be enabled to give them the most entire December 1:1.1"15. 23 Iun erfud. .THE his friends and the public that Particular. dirctio. aceompanyeach bottle (/the Ackley. ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. of Venice The West Point Cadet

..1 satisfaction. n taken a lease of the above establishment I meicine. Price 50 cents. December 6, IS-RI.. 20 6mWnkulla Love and Murder Durbin's Observations iatbt

.1t April :. IS 15 37 No lice. for a term of years, and will be to accommodate Sld Tallahassee. Florida, by East Clark's Cesar, Playfsir's Euclid.
f.. I.rf'pare
& months after date, the undersigned will apply all who may favor dim com &AlIE Druggists. CountrTAX.COLLECOR'S Nove's Penmanship. New Mask Paper for Wii-
; I. C ; ; the Honorable James 1 'oLe. Judge of pany. As regards the mineral qualities of the! water December f, 1S45. SALE. dow curtains House Paper and Borders &c..J.c.

'p : ATTORNEYS AT L.\V. Probate of 11 county,fur I ttr dismission from it cannot be atirpasied by any watering place in I SasuiiiclW.CarninckSasnucI B.Ste of the authority veted in me law For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.
the estate Brant deceas.. Ame'ica. The Springs will be ( by the first BY I have this levied and b to January 24. 1S-l6. 27
: practice tbe Courts of the Middle Dis- 1. 'penf phens and J. Baker, day upon wi
; Wnylps
WILL : upe
< and the Court of Appeals, and in tha F. WIENKER, I Admr. .*. day of !ly. Charges moderate, every attention o. public sale, in front of the Court Hou -
G. VINGKRHOETS will be to the comfort of favor him LAW Notice.S .
ower Counties of Georgia. Office at Monticello' J paid all.ivho. may COUNSFf.LOR ty of Wakulla State of Florida,
I: JannaryL'I'1C. 23 Om with their company. formed a partnership in the practice of IX months after date I shall apply to the Has-
: Fla. .Sept. 21,1S44. 9 HAVE in )
: :, FRANCIS A. and will their On 1M first Monday August next,
.- -- For Sale. HUSON, Proprietor. give joint attention to Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for letters I
830 RUWARD. March ?, 1.11j 33 3m siness confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit, between the usual hours the following pieces o dismission Administrator of Edmund Gray,W
:- RUNAWAY fronj the subscriber 15 miles A WELL: selected Miscellaneous Library of the -,----- -- and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the parcels of land, viz: of said County deceased.

east of Tallahaw, on the night of the 2d most approved English editions of standard JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA BY \et rn Circuit. S MUEI, B. STEPHENS will con- Lot number 8, containing 474 acres,and known tEORGE W. STANDLEY.

: .. luut .2 negro man TOM. five feet five inches works coasistinz of about one thousand volumes. J. 1C. FOHTUNC, tinJ to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL. W. C.UUUC the River Survey according to the original survey Jefferson! County January 10. 1846- 23 6Ia
I f and half hih light complexion and an intelligent For to Tallahassee. One of the made Asa Hartfield.
a ; Iartlcubrl.; aj'Ily] RIMK: CIGARS boxes of 100 W'YLJ8 BAKER at I by Surveyor.lso, lots number -
? countenance; a peaked forehead, with a scan ,JOS. F. BYTHEWOOD, 90 000_ each, firm wil spend a part of his time at Apabchiola. 42. 43, 41, 51, 52. 53, 60. 61, 62, t'S. 69, 10, 79, TO PRINTERS.
extending between the eycrbrmvs to the root of his .I't. J imo. 25 Ocilla, Jefferson County. each
? J"nuf 12 doz. bottles assorted SWEETMEATS: ana "n attend to any comuniction. drete bu, ol, containing 3tiO acres, and known and Type Foundry tf Printer Fternithing Wart).** I
c nose about thirty rears old. Notice. CHOCOLATE, that. plce. described by said numbers according to the original
\ Fh'e above reward will bi given to any person apprehending after date. I shall to the Hon. 2 Jb..Spanish 1' cmnanuJ, D 20, '15. 22 survey made by Asa Hartfield, Surveyor. All the THE subscribers have opened a new Type FeO-
said slue Tom on the delivery of the SIX montt.. apply 01 : -- -,-- .--- --- above described lots of land situated, lying and being in the city ol New York where they III
hale in and for Jefferson for 12 dozen JELLY.February
fr S same t me,at my Ir1anb.tic. e ( County : Apalarlilcolu Land Coitipany.A in the county of Wakulla, on the west side of ready to supply orders to any extent, for any kkd rJ
letters of dismission Executor: of John Moore | | 3OHTARR
'CIAS. L. POWELL. late if slid: deceased.as 1- t hi Ll.. persons arp hereby warned not to trf'Spu.nor the Wakulla River being a portion of what is knownas job or fancy Type, Ink Paper, Cases Galley En*
d ,4. April 11. lQi! i county HARDY 'MOORE. LLOYD Je FLAGK to make use of, or commit waste in any un- Forbes' Purchase add levied upon as the propertyof Rule, Steel column do., Composing Stick. Ctssa.

r; CIii'IIIiflLOTIiiWi JiMf.rson County January 17, IK 1';. 25 Om.Vtflicc. now receiving per Brig Emeline from New lawful manner on the lands d the Apalachicola the Apalachicola Land Cam-any.md will be soldto and every article necessary for a Printing 0 S.. L\RGE assortment of SPRING and ARE and Schooner Home from New Orleans, Land Company which have not been regularly disposed satisfy their State and County Tax for the county The Type which are cast in new moulds,from M

t,,. A CLOTHING: AUo. HOOTS. SHOE SUMME .' Rio, Laguira and Java Co flee! loaf and uhe-Su- of by ns, or our competent agent o aeent-i of Wakulla for the year 1915. entire new set of matrixes with deep counters

t_ t just r ive and for stile! l I.v IA T.k months after date, I shall present to the Hon. Ian Wine, Brandy Flour, and complete
.4' &H. GREENBERG CO. SIX e of Probate for Jefferson County mv final >f Iron, Steel Nail., &.c. enforced against all otre der. Shff. and ex officio Tax Col., Wakulla Co. at. prices to suit the times.

_ p March 21, lf4n. 3% & account and vouchers a Administrator of Irmci.: February 21. .31 Applications may bo made for purchase,leases or January 22, [24] 1*"6. 27 Cm Printing Presses furnish, sod also Steaal-
i __ .
:, : otherwise fur the of tracts gines, of the most approved
Just neclved by'j.!' H. I'srtuue, Gast, late of sid County, deceased; and undisposed portions or patterns.
for dismission such Administrator. NEW DOOKS.e.. of said. lands Iving and bin in the counties of Wa- Notice. Composition Rollers cast for Printers.

p r 2BBLS..PRIME" LARD" ; apply Ict.1 STEVENS a URIDGERS.JetTeron HISTORY of Purilanilm. by Thomas W. Colt,D. kulla, Leon. Gadsden" 'nd .'ranJln. and known a SIX months after date I shall present my final ac- A mechinist constantly in attendance to repairpresses ,

County, January In, I'C 8. 256m and Fruit Trees of America by A. the" Forbes Purehase"to ourdlly authoriz agent, and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate and do light work. I
__ l 10 bbU yellow Irish Pottte. ------ I. Downing Christmas Holidays in Rome by W. J. Mr. JAMES E. BETT.NER, in the Quincy. in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply Edjton of Newspaper, who will buy three tie** I

t March 21, 1846.L :: Notice. Kip Life of Paul .one.by Alexander Slide 1 Mac- JO
-: months aftr date. I will present my accounts I,enzie The Pracical.-strnnomer. by Thos. Dick ': estate of James Hall, late of said county deceased above six rnonths'inertion i itheir papers and test
tr E.RtRNftflJr., SIX ."dlet t the Hon. Judge of Probate of Erasmus Wilson on Healthy Skin, Trustees of the Jfalachieola Land Co. WM. BUDD. their papers containing it to the subscribers.
TNFORMS bisi friends and the
JL that he has taken; the store the public Lean County, and apply for letters of dismission a The life of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle. January 10, 1S46. Jefferson County, January 17, S846. 266m COCKROFT A. OVEREND 68 Ana st. N.y.

: of Monroe and Two Hundred on Foot corner administrator of the estate of James Simton., late Wiley and Putnam' Library No 2, Po' Tales, Notice. Ft"bruary2S.I&t6. 31 6m -

streets, nearly opposite the Court Hons. 01 said (county c'u.SILAS Citizen of Prae. by Mary Hot.L'y duly authorized Administrator's Notice. LAW NOTICE.
ci.. D. ALLEN. of agent of months
Eay Derelopement TiE underige. th after date, I shall present accounts
where be found Rrneral my
may assortment February M. 1S4B. 30 6mNotice. Fremont's Exploring Expfition. Masonic Chart Apalachicola Land Company voucher, and make application to the Judgeof THE undersigned have united in the pnetie'*
: ofrenuine DRUGS ANl MEDICINES. Every at- American Con.tiutiof Lles Cookery, is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts Probate of Leon County for letters of ditmiision They will attend the several Cord
teation paid to ore. Physicians and Pater. Past and of land within the Forbes Purchase,a have not been Administrator Law and Equity in the Middl Circuit of Floras
as the estate of Bartholomew Es-
All article wurat.e good quality, low aA. SIX months after date. I shall apply t the Hon. Splendid Peent family Bibles at very low prices, regularly dispORe of by said Land Company. Personal lick,deceased, of on said County. and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson t. tfc I

He hu just relnd a f uj>ply of SHERMAN'WORM. e of Probatefor Jefferson county for letters Clerk's Assistant Baptist Harmony, inttriew may be had with the subscriber at JOHN MYR1CK, Adm'r. Western Circuit. Also, the District Conrt crf"tk' .

I .' COUGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC of dismission a. the dmili.trt of Jacob Carter, Mercer's Cluster, Back's Theological Dictionary, or in the neighborhood of Quine.or letters may b January 3, 1.1)46. 24 6m United State to be held at Tallahassee,ud &*Supreme
.S4 LOZENGES, valuable articfl, and the most agreeable late of nit county,decea. Shakspeare with forty engravings. directed to him through at Court of the State of Florida.

;I form of admini.teriol medicines.SHERMAN'S JOHN FREEMAN. SCHOOL BOOKS, &e.Goodrich' place and Tallahassee. Jn.t received by J. R. Fortune, THOMAS RANDALL

,i POOR MAN'S PLASE the Jefferson County, February 7, 1S4G.- 6m 29 History U. States and Questions to do, JAMES F. BETTNER, jtfenlof HHD. extra sugar cured Hams,small size for family THOMAS H. HAGNER.

t Cheapest and best plaster efer Parley's Common Shol History, the Trustees af the Jtpalaehieola Ln Co. 1 use. Attorneys and Counsellors at la-
'e Rheumatism Pio in the Back Side,sad.Weak.AlsliR. Notice. January 10. 1846. 25 ly Tallahassee
for ,
Exercise Small lot prime Lard, February, 1846. 31
months date, I shall apply to the Judge Parker. Compoiton. .
it. B< FOLGER'S okOsAONIAN. :ALL.HEAUNO "." SIX Probate anr Jefferson County, for letters ofdmiuitQ Dy Allebn., DyiN' Lnjere. Ln-a Notice Small assortment of choice Brandies and.Wines, **
AI bbl Monongahela Notice.
: U of Norman High lafi f Ainnorth' Lin indebted to the 4 superior Whiskey.
BALAM.sliur4usbh.srtich.for Colds; arini.trar persons estate of Henry J
P: Cocriis, Astktfta, Bldi f it Langs. Concamp.tioa ; JULIUS HIGH. Lvrt'. Latin Lexicon, Kingl'y'. Tacitus, ALL i dee.e. late of Leon County are February 21.1848. 31 SIX monthsafter date; I shall present to?bat sc

-. sit& Its kindred disease*. 'th mtsininr .. Jefcnn County.January lo, IS4S: 1'm LUn Lon., LYtzc'. hereby notified payment must b made without 'Porter and Claret and vonchera to the HOB.Jadfr el Prct*
Ppbet Envelopes Letters, in and for the of Jefferson and tb Pty
Pbl Co County o
froci persons in I delay Agent, M no further indul- CASKS LONDON
re* Take Notice. & PORTER.'
e 6 Perforated Paper, Cor Necklace snd.Amulets, 4 for a discharge as ,Administrator, the estat1*'
eetin|it *$Sects,tsu be bad gratis, bj aplpyuIgutbQvt. AN extra price will be paid (or Hide Itretce J lc., k. Just per Brig Emelin.and for gence can b grte.WELEY MANNING. 30 doz. Claret just received and for sale by Stephen Woolf.late of said county deceased. -
,after the Indian fschion. AdmVFebr'iuv STARR LLOYD fc FLAGG.
_ M pep by ,.If p. A SOLOMON E. MATHZW-
lsflakseeJiflitYv I".J < .H.Y IS, I!.II 35 April l H, 191*. 3tf
? Mi." 1 I 1"P 15 M L BAKER februer '*. (cl* r Jefferson County Fflf. 21, 1846. 31 6m