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

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i Senate ; but he rose simply for the purpose
THE VOICES AT THE THRONE. expressing his apprehensions in relation 0

ay T. WMTWOOB. their piton with regard to Iplio He con.

A little child IHE FLORIDIAN. tene they were actually a state o

A little meek-faced, quiet,village child war ; war had virtually existed for

Sat tinging by her cottage door at eve,* years between Mexico and Texas; that Texas
had been annexed in the face of
A low, sweet Sabbath tong No hnm\n ear a declarationon
Caught the faint melodj-no Tinman eye the part o Mexico that she would regard i
Beheld the upturned aspect, or the mile --- ---- --- ---- ------ - - --- ---- -- --_____ _u _ ____ ___ __ ,_ ,_ as an art of war. The Unite States in an.

That wreathed breathed her innocent ''lips the while they BY S. S.SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1846 rOL X II,-NO. 45. that flexing devolved Texas upon had ame antecedent responsibility to that

burden of the hymn, --- --- -.----- ---- --- ---- __ ______ __ event. It was only in accordance with the
The oft-repeated 0 -- -- -
ced the name Zembelli. At this name Mar. ful.-S ;;hours after Lawrence Bigot departed I watch long-coolinued Mexico that
..PraiM, God praise God!" a upon me, and dare upon me before placed upon e"er statement that is made- dclrio. o
A Seraph by the Throne ,tel grew pale, and showing signs of inquietude for Rouen, convening Gervais with I could reach it. As came, with thunder. and in the last, every thing is listened to with the recent outrages commite.upon
looking anxiously at his questioner.This .- him. and flaming I doubt and In the characteris the of the United Stat upon that
With hand ing roar eyes, myself up incredulity. one, trop .an
the full stood.
In glory eager
strengthened the suspicion of the lieu Gervais was brought before the parliament. for lost ; blindly I closed my Wt'e and made a by the lustre of a heaen-bor which Mexico insolent
the harpstrings, till a flood brightenrd ,
He smote golden mir tenant, who, in order to try him further, gave His frank and circumstantial questions madea pas as he reared upon me. Fortunately m in the other it is darkened by ordered the citizens of Texas as ionen

Of harmony on the celestial orders to a sergeant, who went to Martel and deep impression ; but some doubt still re arm passed directly into his throat, and as ) frailtt-a vice of the most deplorabledescrip- I rebel The United Statel he argued, now

Welled forth"unceasing. Then with a great voice, demanded payment for a forged bond for four mained. It was a fearful thing to place a : ripped my cothes threads with, his iron clawsI Truth," pays Locke, whether in or occupied towarcs ) precisely the same

He sang the Holy"Holy" evermore hundred crowns. Martel, when he saw the man's life at the mercy of the fugitive remin kept my fist on--on-on, until it was out ton of fashion, is the measure of knowledge, attitude which the State of Texas had main.
Lord God Almighty and the eternal courts bond, called out that it was feigned, and re- iscence of a blind man, who could only trustto through and through, by thunder F Quick and the business of the understanding, what. tainod for the last ten years. On his conscience t

Thrilled with the rapture, and the hierarchies fused to pay it.Vht'n taken to prison by the his hearing. It seemed almost impossible lightning I seized his tail, ris up on my feet a, oover is beyond that, however authorized by he could not resist the conviction tat
;angel,and rapt archangel,throbbed and burned Martel! following his first impulse. that Gervais should voice war actually existed. He then vent
II sergeant recognise faithfully a gave a hearty jerk, and turned the lama! beast consent, or recommended by rarity, is nothing
With vehement adoration. Higher yet accompanied him with the security of a man which he had beard but once only. The par. clean inside out! Stranger, I thought I should! but ignorance or something worse." point out the folly and danger of delaying pro.

Rose the majestic anthem without pause! who is certain he owes nothing; but soon, liament determined to prove him, and bring a flummixed right on the spot ; but I got overit ---- --,- -------------- per action ti the question as to a formal dec.
Higher, with rich magnificence of sound stopping suddenly in great agitation, he said, before him successively all the prisoners of the and feel none the worse for "fighting the THE WAR WITH MEXICO.In iaration war should b decide. Tat '.
To its full strength ; and still the'infinite heavens "I am quite easy as to the bond ; it is entirely conceirgerie, Martel among the rest. If; after tiger." Who'l drink might be discussed for

Rang with the" Holy, Holy; evermore !" false, and I can prove it. But is there nothing bearing them speak, the blind man, spun- Senate. ber, whist their troops,exposed to all the rigors .

Till trembling from excess of awe and love, else against me ? Have you beard of taneously, and without hesitating, should recognize A BUFFALO TALE.-I had a friend in the TCESDAY-May 12, 1946. a climate, were doomed to in.
Each sceptred spirit sank before the Throne anything'" The sergeant having feigned as. the voice which had struck him so Indian country who was a rare narrator, but The journal having been readA activity, and daily wasting away. He .elo .

wii\'r a mute hallelujah. Bat, even then, tonishment, and protested that he knew no. powerfully, this evidence, united to others, suspected embellishment. He never failed message was received from the House of quently contended that Mexico should be chastised .

WhflX the ecstatic song was at its height, thing, Martel became calm, and followed him should be held conclusive.As in a story. He was a genius. No matter Representatives, by Mr. French, their clerk, at once for her outrages and insolence,

.Slj'sr.n an alien \'oice-a voice that seemedTo with a firmer step to the jail, where his name it was necessary to make the blind man what the incident, he could relate it so as to announcing that said House had passed "An and showed that Mexico had no right to the

float,float upward from some world afar- was registered among the list of prisoners.- understand the almost sacred importance of b intensely interesting, or irresistibly amus act providing for the prosecution of the exist! territory on this side of the Rio Grande-that '

A meek and childlike voice, faint, but how sweet An hour afterwards he was brought before the the judgment which heaven had invested him, a ing. He had one buffalo tale, tough as an ing war between the United States and the she held no post on it-and that the invasion

That blended with the serap ?'s rushing strain, lieutenant who said to him in an imperativetone solemn oath was administered by the president that he used to tell with a nairrtte and earnestness ) republic Mexico," in which the concurrenceof was evidently sanctioned by the Mexican gov.

Even as a fountain's music, with the roll "It is now no time for pretence ; the of the assembly. The old man took the oath that made us forget its improbable the Senate was asked. -a government against whose dis-
Of the reverberate thunder. Loving smiles bond is false ; but as you have betrayed fear, in a truthful earnest manner, which left no features. The bill was read a first time, and there honorable course and baLilul deception, lie

Lit up the beauty of each angel's face I must tell you that there are other things against doubt of his sincerity, and the trial commen. One morning, when I was in the Bla fr. being no objection raised, it was immediatelyread warned the Senate. He did not regard the '

At that new utterance. Smiles of joy that grew you. A citizen of Lucca named Zem ced. Eighteen persons were brought up, and foot country," he would say, I went out accompanied a second time. Mexican government a a nsematir political
Molt joyous yet, as ever and anon belli, is dead, and you are his murderer Deny answered the questions proposed to them, but by an old Spanish hunter, (we call Mr. SPEIGHT called for the reading of organization at all. Were they to ;

Was heard the simple burden of the hymn it not. I have proofs-certain proofs. But the old man never moved ; and they, on their the Mexicans all Spaniards, you know,) toget the entire bi, which was ordered, and the the action of that government as though it
bill
Praise God praise God !" ,4ndwhen the seraph's calm your fears; Zembelli was a stranger ; part, on perceiving the unknown man, evincedno a few buffalo steaks ; and secin. an old was by the secretary.Mr. were regularly constituted Not at all. DTe
song no one cares to avenge his death. With some sign of alarm. At last the nineteenth prisoner I bull asleep, I took a fancy to a : ", with ALLEN moved that the prior orders Mexican people were kind, generous,an bo 1

Had reached its close, and o'er the golden lyre sacrifices of your part, we can hush up this was introduced Who shall paint his out saddle or bridle. So I crept up and sprang of should the day be postponed, and that the Senate pitable, but they were ruled with a r iron

Silence hung brooding-when the eternal courts sad affair ; only you must confess all with sincerity horror and stupefaction at the sight of Gervais I upon his back." the at once proceed to the consideration: of by a set of tyrants, brigands, usurr and s
life is the of The dev_" would exclaim. Li. land pirates. This people, if to iselves
Rung but with echoes of his chant sublime, -jour price it. His features grew contracted his hair rose up, we CALHOrN. I that
Petrified the with which And off he went, full tilt towards hope we will be would never desire nor to war with
Still, through the abysmal that 'wanderingvoice by assurance the and a sudden faintness overpowered him, so a Ima1 go "
space allowed to deliberate at least If I '
his
lieutenant spoke, and glad to purchase with that the turnkeys were obliged to lead him to bottom prairie, the Spaniard running afpr as one day. contr. The men that are brought into
understand it aright, the }bill is tantamount toa the
Came flouting upward from its world afar, gold the life which hung on a thread, Martel a seat. When he recovered a little, his vol. fat as be could. feld against the United States would ra-
declaration of I have
cried out, 0' I see-I see it is heaven's doings, untary and convulsive movements seemed to \nr you on his back 10 we would ask. war. no objection to her stay at home, and it was not they but
Still murmured sweet the celestial air,
on since that which no eye witnessed, save my' show the poignant remorse ot a guilty and Yes sir-fact-and I kept beating him any preparation which this great emergency heir drivers, who had offered insult to Amer- 1
Praise Go God !
praise own, is revealed. I will confess all ; let my tortured soul, or perhaps the horrible fet with my gun stick, on the side of the head requires ; but I am not all prepared to pronounce ican citizens, and indignity to the Am .jcn (

THE EMPTY CRADLE. fortune save my life !" He was about to be. i of not having committed the second crime, until his course became circular, and he made that war exists between Mexico and flag. The Mexicans, then, had committed !i

BT tries I1A!\?iAH F, oot:z.n. gin, when the appearance of the notary, who and finished his work. several tours of the little prairie. I could the United States. On a question of such aggression under order of their rulers, and, be :

She sits by the cradle with sadness and sighing had been sent for to take down his confession, At the first word that Martel uttered, in reply have easily have killed him with my knife, magnitude, it is surely proper that gentlemen would ask, if they had not prue state o )
who have doubts I
And holds the small shoe that her fair infant wore; roused him as if from a dream. He perceivedthe to the president's questions, the blind man, but I wanted to show the Spaniard, who had may any on the subjc things in which war & perfectly existingas
Her black ribboned beside and hen commanded run to the middle of the feats of should be afforded an opportunity for it would be after its declaration by that honorable
bonnet her is lying, snare, w to begin, said who, ignorant of his presence! had hitherto prairie some j
tion that those whose minds
For she had been out where the light breeze was firmly, No, I have nothing to tell ; 1 am in. remained quiet and immovable, suddenly bent horsemanship, a he kept walking round like ; are not perfectly body? The declaration by Texas of
sweepingThe nocent." Every inducement to make him forward, listening intentlythcn shrinking back the ring master of a circus. At length we J satisfied, should have time to think upon it I war was clear and emohatic, and her action a
I would thank the President to order the read
drops from the flowers which the night had been confess was in vain, and he was sent to prisonto with horror and fear, cried out It is he !-it came within about two hundred yards of the I was correspondent ; and the question now w
ing of the first section of the bill. whether
I the Senate of the United States would
weeping await his trial. is the voice that I heard on the heights of Ar. Spaniard.
Around the fresh grate where her loved one was In the meantime efforts were made by theKing's genteuil !" "Shall I shoot 1" he bawled out. Tbe frstsec ion of the bill was read by the sustain them. He did no wish to waste the
council Lawrence 6 No wait little said I. secretary, after further debate upon the lime of the Senate, but he could not omit givng -
sleepingSo Bigot to find trace The jailer lead Martel more dead a ,
away
motion for immediate action the Senate in
of the crime. He visited So we kept on, tail at a high run, un. by his opini< n that war existed. He would I
order
soundly its mother could wake it no more! many villages! than alive,obeying in this the presidents up which senators Berrien Allen Johnson of
for
vote the
questioned numerous officers of policbut all who, in a loud tone, had desired him to bring til I brought h'tn; within about one hundredards < tip
Twas there she sped forth when the morn .Marjjar.d, Mangum and Benton participated Mr.CASS
yet was some introductory
in vain. When he was about to return, in despair out another prisoner. But this command was ) of my companion. rt'marks
blushing of his } "Now let him hate it said I. Mr. CALHOUN again rose and said : His said : Mexico has attacked the United States
accomplishing object, he was in. accompanied by a sign which the jailer under. .
With and saffron the orient rule throughout life had been to discharge his -has herself in attitude.
rose tints giild bkj placed a belligerent
; In what ?
formed that, some months before, a corpse had .stood, and some minutes after, he again introduced part
And there was she bowed, while the hot tears were been discovered hid in under Behind the foroshoulder !" duty without regard to t'qufncps-accrd. And now let her take the con uencel of her ,
a vinyard near Argen.teuil. Martel, who was interrogated a
gushing, !. Bigot hastened thither, and the state of false name. Fresh questions elicited fresh \"ell." said he, raising his rifle, hold ing to the dictates of his conscience, and more own aggression. For these reasons, sir,whilewe
To shower the cold clod from her wo-clouded I especially he felt the propriety of that rule upon provide for the defence of the I
('ye.t of the remains enabled him his head leg r' country
preservation on replies ; but the blind man shaking up your
such solemn the
t She whi.pt'fed-sbe called-but her child did not viewing the body to decide clearly that it was with an air of incredulity immediately cried! Then, after our astonishment had been aui.ficiently a question as declaration am for making the defence efetul by not
: of war by the United States of America. All
the
hear her; Zembelli, according as he had been describedby .: out, "No: no ; it is all a feint ; that is the expressed, he would assure us that he wanted was time to look into the state of only driving of enemy, by following
Her lips to its bed she brought nearer and nearer; Cornelius, his brother. voice that converged with me on the heightsof the Spaniard brought the bull down pursuant them into own territory, and by dictatinga
.he facts and make deliberate
Than lite,with all else,oh! she felt it were dearer The magistrate began to read the evidence Argenteuil." to order; and he had an old pair of elkskin to up a opine peace even in the crpitol, if it b necessary.But .

Her darling to clasp but a moment and die! aloud, when he was interrupted by a piercingcry At last the horrible mystery was cleared up. breeches, ripped on the nether edge of one ion.ies He the wished no delay in voting the the tuppi better .. sir, why does the honorable senator from
sooner they were granted Delaware ask the and
in and a blind man, whom no one as The wretched criminal,trembiin ,despairing, leg by a bullet, which he tried to assure u" separation, request us
For this was the hour when, beauty awaking, ; yet ; and be must say that it did not argue that decision the relative
where the identical breeches he that to postpone our upon con.
had perceived, presented himself before the out confession which was now wore on
,
a
Her babe had been wont her glad soul to illume ; stammering there was so much anxiety about the supplies dition of this and Mexico while
assembly. It was old Gervais, a wandering almost needless, since the magistrates were occasion. : country we
And now her worn heartstrings were bleeding and as about something else, to wit : that this
for the invaders from
breaking.The beggar, born in the neighborhood, well known, fully convinced of the truth which had been And you see, sir," he would add, I did'nt I amble of the bill should in. Here pre. provide only driving our
h put [ a He he desires time to
and much liked. When his led elicited witness who could hold leg quite high enough.- ereille. ai1 sys ex
way, through a my
glory of morn wrapt her spirit in gloom; wonderfully by sentence or two was lost.] If unanimity and the documents which the President has
And death and the grave seemed their suppliants Argenteuil, be was alwats admitted to the hotel declare the crime. promptitude of action were desired, he asked submitted to us, before he can decide whetherther
spurning; and having arrived there that day, he had The wretched man died penitent, confessinghis THE PERILS OF FALSEHOODS.In with all due deference, why should not those is a state of war between the United
seated himself) unnoticed in his usual placein crime, and denouncing the cupidity and the beautiful language of an eminent who entertained doubts this be .
When back in despair, to her chamber returning, on subject accommodated States and Mexico. I cannot conceive, sir,
the chimney corner. He had sprung for. thirst for gold that had led him on to the mur writer, whe once a concealment or deceit out the 1-
All drooping and lornand with fond bosom)earning;, by striking preamble that any delay can b necessary for this pur r
with loud when in the in where all should
ward a listening as der. has been matters
cry practised it reasonable
She sought from the cradle what' lay in the tomb Why was a re'quest-t : one pose. The main are indisputable. Theyare
.. magistrate read, he heard of a corpse being be fair and open a the da-onfiJence can that to be But the gentlemensay
Horn the St. Lout Reveille ought granted. before the Senate, before the and
But drear is its void,and its coldness: how chilling discovered the vines. be restored than country
among never no more you can restore that have all needful information.The .
they
FIGHTING THE TIGER." got before the world. A Mexican
With soft infant breathing it soothes not her ear; Unfortunate said what the white bloom to the to the army ha pased
man, Bigot, can grape, or Senate have it not-at least he (Mr. C.) our boundary, and is now upon the soil of
Tis griefs bitter essence all round it distilling ; you have to tell us ?" Dr TIIt DER. plum which you have once pressed in your had not that information which made it indispensable the republic. Our troops have been attacked,
Her cherub is gone, and death's loneliness here Ah, my lord," said the blind man, may Some time 'long in the month of July, Sail hand." How true is this : and yet what a that there should be instant action on captured, and killed. Our is surrounded .

Oh keen,keen the anguish the new" childless mother I speak without danger of my life ?" and he came to me one day, and sajs she to me-sajsBhe neglected troth by a great portion of mankind. the q _et>tion of the existence of peace or war. and efforts arc making army to subdue them.

Retires in her babe's empty cradle to smother; turned his white head on every side with a ter. -Joe,-I want some bar-rneat, and I guess Falsehood ii not only one of the most humiliating Well, then, the responsibility was upon them.If Now, sir no documents are necessary to es

And known to her soul and its God,but none other rified air."Speak. that you had better cut right out and get me of vices, but sooner or later it is almost there be delay,the consequences were with tablish these facts ; and these facts, it seems

The weight of her wo and the price of her tear. freely,"laid Bigot ; "fear nothin ,, some. Now you must recollect, fellers, that certain to lead to many serious crimes. With them. He would make no delay.'. nut Mr. to me, are all that can be to justify
Then the old man related how, many months I Sail was sorter sick about that time, and usedto partners in trade-with partners in life-uith! President, (said he,) it is as impossible me the statement of the President necessary of the
D CrEn..i. O his usual take the darndeet crankest kind of notionsin friends with how important i is confidence eisence
since, he was leaving Argenteuil on lo\'er tote for that preamble in the present state cf war, and our concurrence in his recom
pilgrimage, and gained the high ground be. her head that ever I heard of. But, how. How essential that all guile and of my information, a it would be for me to mendation. 1C the object be to examine .
From the Chamber Journal. yond the village, when the violent barking of ever, slung old Bellzy"'er toy shoulderand hypocracy should be guarded against in the strike a dagger to m own heart-ay, and the indeed to ascer*
CRIME WILL COME TO LIGHT. his dog caused him to listen attentively. A sat out in full chase after the only bear intercourse between such parties. How much much more impossible.) Why so 1 I am not tain whether conduc this condi on elecve.things is to

A citizen of Lucca, named Zembelli, went man's voice,feeble and suppliant was distinctly that we had heard of in that neck of the woods misery would be avoided in the history of prepared to affirm solemnly by an act of Congress attributed to him, then, undoubtedly, a b

on business to England, where he settled. heard. "Monster." it said, tby master. during the summer. A long, and a hot, anda many lives, had truth and sincerity been gui the fact that war exists between the re. examination of the documents would ne

His affairs prospered greatly. At fifty years thy benefactor-mercy Must I die so far wearisome tramp I bad ; but luck was with ded and controlling motives, instead of prevarication public of Mexico and the United States, by the And from indications already b given ,
old, having made his fortune, he felt a desireto from my country and my brother Mercy, me, and I finally brought old Bellzy" to a and deceit.U Any vice," said a act of the former republic. I have seen no I cessary. that such an investigation will

end his days at Lucca, near a brother whomhe mercy !" level on him, and just laid him out as slick parent in our hearing, a few day since, .any evidence of that fact. Shall I then be called entered presume For one, I prepared b

tenderly loved. He wrote to his family j Then the blind man heard a fearful cry, as ever you saw a coon chouse a dog. Little vice, at least among the frailties of a milder on to give such a vote ? No. I cannot do it.It enter into upon.and I will venture a to predict that

who were delighted at the news. Soon, ano. like that of a dying man in his last agony, and time elapsed before he was regularly cleansed, character, but falseho. Far better that my [ would be impossible for me to render such the more severe it it is the more triumphant for

ther letter, date I Rouen, announced his arri. all was silence. After a time he distinguish. while I made a break for home, as I was tired, child should an error or do a wrong a vote consistently with that regard to truth the administration will be the result. But that

val there from England, and that he should ed the steps of one who seemed staggeringunder hot and hungry. The tramp was a long one ; and confess it, than escape the penalty, however which from my infancy I have been taught to subject may well give way to this. Let us

S reach Lucca in about two month*. This space a heavy burden. Influenced by a sud. the load none of the lightest, and I soon grew severe, by falsehood and hypocrisy. entertain. Yet gentlemen would force me to postpone that till we are provided for
of time was requisite for the transaction of bu. den impulse," said Gervais, "I went forward? faint and sick under the heat of the sun. Cast Let me know the worst, and a remedy may vote. Well, I have no hesitation as to my the defence of inquir country and the vindication

siness at Paris, and his journey onward ; but asking what was the matter, and who had been ing about for a spot upon which to rest until possibly be applied. But keep me in the course ; gentlemen may take theirs. I never of our honor. That course seems to me to

two, three, six months passed by, and he arrived moaning so ?" the cool of evening, I soon found a quiet nook dark-let me be misled or deceived, and it is hesitate in taking mine. It is made up. I equally indicated by duty, by and by b

not ; nor, what was stranger still, did Nothing, nothing," said a voice in an ag. under the shadow of clusters of vines, to which impossible to tell at what unprepared houra will neither vote afrat\"eJy nor negatively ; patriotism. And now, sir, plicy. to ad.

anyone letter from him reach his family,whose itated tone ; ** only a sick man who is being took an especial liking. Hanging my gameto crushing blow-an overwhelming exposure because I cannot the absence of veil to another branch of this subject. Strange

anxiety was extreme. Cornelius, his brother, earned home and has fainted on the way." a branch of a neighboring tree, and restingmy may come." information. I know not whether there 1 a doctrines have been yesterday and today

went to Paris is search of him. An individual And the voice added, in a lower and menacingtone gun by its side, I retired to this invitingspot Falseho is the mask beneath which many friend to stand by me. I have not had an opportunity such as have bear neither by

bearing that name, had claimed the pay. You may thank God that you are blind, and! was quickly in a land where un errors may be and am concealed. It conversing with my colleague.But .- the bistor of our own prelente that of any
I ment due to bonds of considerable amount ; I: or should have done the same to you." I easiness is not felt. How long I slept it is may moreover, make vice appear as a virtue, here I stand, and stand immovably. As Among those count oppose the

. the merchants showing the signature Zem- knew then that a horrible crime had been com. impossible to say ; but the nap general)', wasa and thus betray the innocent and unsuspecting. to this thing of rushing with an impulse upon of the executive, there seems to be impor cone

belli,' .,at the bottom of the receipts. All mitted, and was seized with terror. Trembling sweet and refreshing one, might have Conversing a few days since with a friend we such an occasion as this, I do not approve of tnt difference of opinion on some of a the principles

these signatures are forged," cried Cornelius. I continued my journey, resolving neverto lasted much longer, if 1 bad not been disturbed detailed a statement of a somewhat remarka.ble it. As for popularity, and the feeling of a which should regulate our conduct. By

Describe the person of the forger, so that I reveal what I had heard ; for the criminal by a slimy and compressing, sensation about character, and a the same time mentionedour day, I would not give the snap fnen some it is contended that the invasion of the

may bring him justice." But it was in vain; may belong to these parts, and the life a poor my throat, together with a feeling that some. author. for them. If I could not stand on a Mexican army is not an act of war, because

for no one could recollect precisely the appear. blind man is at the mercy of every one. But thing was passing over my face, which was Upon this our friend burst into a hearty question of truth and veracity, I would bo little we have no proof that it was committed by
ance of the man who had been seen so short when the Judge spoke of a corpse being found not every way pleasant to me. I was not j laugh, and treated the whole story as a weak worthy of the small degree of respect I am the order of the Mexican Ye"nnent.Vh e

a time. sn near to the place where I heard the voice, thoroughly disturbed ; yet I felt my situation invention, or at least a wild elageration.- desirous to retain. I cannot vote for this bill others, and among them the distinguished senator .
It was plain that an audacious robbery bad 'I[ could not avoid a sudden exclamation. I becoming more and more unpleasant, and, in "For," said he, "Jour a without further information, because I will not from S. Carolina maintain, that no act

been committed-perhaps a murder. Cor. have now told all ; God grant that no evil a dreaming listlessness, opened my eyes to see falsifier. Every thing he says must be received agree to make war upon Mexico) by warring another countr can create a state of war o

neilua went from Paris to Rouen, where be come to me from it." what was going on, when-marcy on me I with considerable allowancE'nd upon the constitution ; and by passing this bill this unless war be declared by Congress.
risked successfully all the hotels in the place.At ** Old man," said the judge, "I wish to ask found an enormous snake (well known in that then he went on to cite several cases in whichhe in its present form, in the present state of our Now, sir, it seems to me that this pretensionis

one of them Zembelli had been seen. He you a question ; reflect well before answeringit. region as the Racer,") had wound himself ha been deceived in a like manner. ;' information, we would be making war more equally dangerous in its conclusions,and un.

had left it for Paris, accompanied by a valet. Do you remember exactly the voice you aLt my neck, and was bobbing his nasty he continued, having discovered the upon the constitution: than upon Mexico. As sound in the reasoning bj which it is support

This valet had been little ooticed ; besides six : heard that day on the hill, which ,replied to & back and forth on my face, while his propensity of to fib, I go"er myself the facts now stand, there is no hostility-no ed. If I understood the honorable antotyesterday

or eight months had passed since the depart. your questions and threatened you T Do you horrible tongue was playing like lightning upon accordingly, with regard to his stories. Whata conflict but that between the two armies on he considers there are three con.

ore of Zembelli ; and bow could one domestic think that you could recognize it again-re. my features With a yell of horror, I lamentable instance of the folly and madness the Rio del Norte ; and let you affirm--for ditions in which our may b placed

excite attention among the numbers who had cognize it so as not to confound it with any ,prang to my feet Fortunately,my presence of falsehood I And yet this instance is by that is the whole extent 0 knowledgeand with relation to contr. state peace,

inhabited this hotel, the most frequented in other 1" of mind did not leave me, and I bethought no means rare ; neither is the vice confinedto yet you affirm, in the lace of the constitu. of war, and of hostities This to me, sir,
Rouen tAt Yes, my lord advocate," cried Gervais im myself at once of my knife. Quietly dr -wing the rougher sex. Alas it is to prevalentevery tion, that mere local conflict, not authorized is a new division principle of intercom

this time Cornelius brought his complaint mediately ; "yesI! even as I should the voice it from my Lel I managed to pass it between where. The disposition to boast, exult by either government, is a state of war! that munition between different countries. War

before the lieutenant of the police, who could oTmy mother, if she were living still, poor woo my the snake, until I wa* and make a display is one that in many cases every American is an enemy of every Mexican I understand, and peace I understand, and the

not but be assured that a great crime had been man !" sure that its point had reached beyond his induce falseho. Who cannot single out And Jet there is no war! The doctrine rights and duties which they bring with them.

commuted between Rouen and Paris ; but bow "But," said the judge, "have you consider widest fold ; then, with a sudden movement some or friend, with whom the is monstrous ; not only does it strip Con. But a state of hostilities, a contradistinguished *
could the criminal be discovered ? At last itoccurred ed that eight or nine months have passed a- turned the back to my skin the blade to my habit has become almost i incurable, of de. gress of the power of making war, but it does from these relations, is a new chapter in

to the lieutenant, who was a shrewd, way since then 1"' enemy,and, with a vigorous thrust of my wrist scribing his or her adventures in a strain of infinitely more. It gives, not only to the Pre. the law of nations to me. Our cnltiin i

discerning man, that h 9' had received notice "It seems but a few hours ago," answeredthe he was lying powerless around my feet. Be. I the highest exaggeration, boasting of friends sident of the United Stat"s but to every man, equally silent upon the subject. .

some little time before of a person by the blind man. "Mr terror was so great that fore I had time to recover from my alarm and associates, how such friends live, the ex. even to him who commands a corporal'sguard heretofore, that if we were not at w

name of Martel, a goldsmith; who had a shop even now 1 seem always to hear the voice looked and, mercy again I found a grander tent of their means, the parties they give, and the I ower of making war. Shall I be a country we were at war with it. I had to
to Rouen, where he was entirely unknown. that cried for mercy, and that which spoke to horror upon me! Drawn by the scent of other similar matters, under a belief that such called on in this state of destitution of information I learn that there was an intermediate state crating

Tam was something strange in the roan's ID ." And when Bigot still doubted! Gervais, blood, a tiger had found my game, during m) statements are calculated to add to the impor to vote for this kill ? Do gentlemen ex new rights and duties which I am afraid

loiter, and in the expression of his face ; he lifting his hands to heaven said \God is good, sleep, and was rampant and raging over tance of the persons who make them Thisis pct that 1 shall vote for it 1 It is impossible. it wi b difficult to find unless a new Grottos
raid Bathing of his parents or family; and thosewho and forsakes not the poor blind. 'Since I lost prey. Never shall I forget the growl which indeed a petty spirit of untruth,and althoughcomparatively if they force to me to the alternative, 1 up upon the occasion. The Senator

haiarded questions: bn the subject receiv. my tight I can bear wondrrfu ly. Call the be gave when he fr saw me. There he harmless, and indulge merely know the course shall adopt. I wi let gen.drmen from Missouri (Mr. Benton) has correctly stated .

** asive answers, given with ill disguised people of Argenteuil ; they will teU you how was, rearing upon game bfoP'him his for the gratification of a follh pride or a take the responsibility. I they desire. that there may be war without hostilities,
btrraument. Struck with his business they arouse themselves with embarrassing me eyes lik balls of f waiting only me to morbid vanity, it is certain destroy confidence to go on with unanimity, let give us the and hostilities without wsr. Bliga.op
counterfeit tones who me limb from limb. and t sap character. e means of doing so. It they wish to i
tefeg tie same as Ze tribefi's, and acting un with, and saying in move spring carry erations may b suspended,
fir, involuntary presentiment, the lieuten.lr.1eDt speaks to thee r Ask them if they hare ever My brain was o fire ; I saw but on hope, How forcibly is the contrast between an on with their own pry merely, I de.ir acts of ara which romy be called bos.
individual who Is noted for candor and
the knife which in than bave no concern in 11' committed wlti sit
a person, w bounder pretence of mag succeeded in deceiving me !1rr The people and that as t recover i tires, wbib m1 t
that the blind man said was first I bad I made one i one notorious for qualities exactly theirreyen. Mr. HOUSTON then rose and said,
purchases entered,into conversation within cried Out that all my Ir er o pmt JJyt4.
Itartel but drop In the ln case, full reliance is he did not wish to trespass on the time of the i instance,
voices wonder. fort-to clm
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i'4i: Incursions. across the boundary of a country. with the coustltn'ici- : i .,f Mexico ? What havewe tlnciiun maintained on yesterday I by the hon.-- -Of me tho trie: Colonel] after my disclaimin .. THE J7LORIDIAN.J.ET opposite Alto. to the timber o a stream called!Pb

I do with tlm of her President orable senator from South Carolina, [Mr.I Calhoun any claim to such rank in my former corn.munication. .
be anilities to
4K But there can no undertaken by powers or elected} .- =. -=- -- : :- The train wa closed up, the trcon,
As I have been -- -
a government which do not constitute a state of her ('onrts* It is lit for u* to .:op in ,] between mere hostilities and iror, according ne"pr US ALO5Z." their Gen. f

l I I the niiiht of our deliberations! ]j to turn the to the meaning of the federal consti. by the people to the office Colonel, I must -- ._-- : canteeM of Taylor
of war. War is a fact, sir, created by an over - (ored hi, line battle! a. folio .

fort made by one nation to injure another.I pages of tin- ht so-called constitution cf Mexico I tution. No hostilities can be recognized as conclude that mine is a staff appointment. Saturday, Mny 30, 1816.. right was Ringsold's Battery 5th, : 0
,
Cf.1 and seek how b this unless they have beendeclared Lastly, Mr. Editor, I tender you an affectionate --- -- -=- --- := = and 3
the of
to war
One make } government I
'I I party may a war, though it r powers government Iho'd ( iarcwell, with the simple! honor of being Our ezpTCsSaflised from Chattalioochec this fantry: tbentwoeighteenpoijn.

1 two parties to make a peace. The I are divided among its various l functionaries b} Congress to constitute war. You to have the But for an accident, it would have beenin Artillery. Battalion. The left WM comJ.3 I
,.. .f to what i is the last too, that is important this distinctionshould paitly right. seem f,1 (
from South Carolina contends that Congress nor pronunciamen'o I have been of the 1th and 8th
ilf1aire and
a made b mo in to Scott. at 10 o'clock tastnight. Arrangement Infantry
be maintained otherwise. the acts personalities } reply De'Baltry.
as
alone have : or : dictator of that ;
a right, the constitution, present A daring
V have been the of the Post Master atChatahoot.cC e
4 I The both of au I of tho I!f couth e may create war, and 1 the Some of my allusions to you may made through politeness
declare therefore unhappy luuntry. change
to there be showed the
: war. can no war ,
one, that and the mail contractors on the enemy's line e
l the rather harsh, owing to two causes:
t and aullioitieare that it is isc constitutional provision, placing power
sj
till it has thus declared. There is here tbority of twice the
a very" rati in from the long personal friendship that has ex.isted route by ,which the Western mail which now ar nearly strength of onn,with _
difficult to with Whoever of declaring war Congress
o'jvious error. It is ccitain that Keep j pace rxcush'elJ in the !
Congressalone reserves Chaparrel. The
dead however, for between us, I have spoken to you rives on Tuesday morning, will in future arrive on vy Mexictai
will
has ihe right to declare war. That is. directs the miiitan power of the Mexican I )- be a I.ll.r. am may the action with their
I : its con'titu"tioallowe. I freely, the other the want of Saturday morning, without any delay at Chattahoo- opened Artillerj

V thero is no other authority in the Uni ed Stateswhich eminent aginut of theIexiran us i I i. for our nation.purposes Wh, th-' Congress in this As cat I have e exercising before said, I should, personally rl.lnd language to in which to couch my ideas. chee. This will render further expresses unnecel- range of which was hardly great enouk t t

V on our par can change tho relation representative the subject! preferan objections have dwindled down to ,one, sary reach our line, which was moving Slow! ? ;
of with : into those d! er h.has attained that power by usurpation afer cLm deiheration on and into the
peace country in de. soon got thickest
but that opinion, much additional from the
of !Ie. declaration of war ; one objection, sour Theie i j. not news army forwar
filse aifexrrcNe unequivocal
No but by construction: or by :frmal f
war. authority can commence and halted. Their
'It well fire
Congress of law. is
whole effect the
the was
the found under the head.
will be
? of h: but I am di >ed to be fi!ti authority the 'ibility po
an aggres !hc war. But another country gitim? re pon manifesto, stating known to you that I believed the law to be ed from all of our baltries and I venture tosa
I should
of the United mxle. prefer a
thf! If fleet
*
withoui country i sviv a : Leon Volunteer
can comiienc a war against us But tho ((but not so grossly as you seem to ) that no field of baiie ever SIKJJ
worl I.
the tff c cfI''cti\'t
bv crier of the President bombard grievances to di.paye
co-operation ofCongre Another country Sttes.hn.1. I ou This Company now number seventy-two members
: the of fire and
!! same as anticipate,) and it was only! in courtesy to ski or rapidity
of this bill if
can,at its pleasure] tfnainale the relation, an lnhi'i h town or conrnit niv other I it is P'S'I'c.: ,iltth the that I declined There u room for a few more The election for officers first and
of only important
b h"drcsouible i if f uch, allirmitivu Tht mijorit committee, en. attempted
ofares'inn. crtainh"e tho'i'! J it mo"emu
cf with and bub 'itute for the art W:1 and
peace us these was held to-lay ru1tc as fot.w': by the
to i'ttgtiti't terin a enemy, was a of
and such h act ofazgresion wnu.I! I act tit June H. 181 1 PJ!, t'dar.d. war exi ; protest.I detchmn
relations of war with their J legitimate: conse. ; Great; Britain bill recitesthat freely concede the right, nay I believe it JOHN B KEENE, Captain their cavalry to make a detour a cluopof
llinor.ible!
quences. War miy be crvntnenced: with or I tors Lp consiJffd liivtfi5J ac's that "this f wa.act of invasion: bv:t!'he i- "it des exist bv ;the act of 'dexici'i.- to be the duty of every officer, civil and miii WILLIAM FISHER, Fir,! Lieutenant chaparrel on our right, an attack th tn

without a previous Jtcartion. I may be i Mcxicin : m'"e tjintthori7eJ a.i theadenrsn The is the essertial; part of the nutter.Mr. tar to scrutioze the statutes of the State, JXC1\ DUVAL Second Lieutenant_ Capt. Walker,of the Rangers, prompt

commenced by a m annouicing the army ; I ef'c ) defects he find in J B WHITEHURST, First Sergeant : ly reported this, and the 5th
out
ch- de.
,1 of ti what w iiItI! l In the condition o' said he was in fivor: cf the l'' to point any may Infantr wa
fact to the world, or by hostile: acts by land or > ---- tached it which
.
to meet it
the time there is ,
beth ration of h"Lau lie did notbi! I'eve ih::t hem, but at same some respect di handsomelyreceiving
ho'j'.l! out to war
t coj'iTiies if turn ; Organize !
The honorable! from the tlch
tea. senator WI ol.nteers
VirginiaMr. the lancers in
the whopassed and
etH-ctualiv. due to the feclings of square, drinnitkjfm
( I'ennvbackei- well stated the moJcm fact? \\b\\ sir, the an"wer is equ thy hostilities could be a! rtficicntlv, legislators We with satisfaction that the Secretary of
tar well delivered
.
the laws. I acknow.hedge by a The
the 1'xecutive: Although freely volley. canL
of nations clear and .If the Mexican gtivernnhIiishould I and !sicccssfluhlv! carried on by the has two of the Revenue
practice this easy. Treasury
upon subject. lE I I iiil Mr. W.) that they are but servants, Jet de'patchtt t) then pushed on again for the ttain4s.
withdraw without it awith it. concur( I ser\ant
hw referred both facts and authorities disavow! the act of iu\'asitn, Cutters now at the north, to the Gulf to cruize on t
t Ihow. I mike in the opinions hanctd on thii point I by the i ought to be treated with lenit}, especiallywhen fOlnc the 3d Infantry advancing in coI
their their ant
ing that acts of hostility with or without a"pub- army pinih 'ntrl the Florida Reef, and along the Gulf coast, for pro. divisions them. r
I tir
done honorable senator from \ rgiuia, [Plr. Penny. their crimes do not proceed from lazy upon Tey re
s\tiuctinn f: tie! ,
.. lie declaration constitute a slate of war. It proper ( r injury pearewould tection against the }predatory irruptions of pirate the l
as they they
be umi"dia'ev; restored. B it until lhn bicker] an-1 other si nator negligence or gross corruption.I repassed rceiYe aje
was thus the warof 175G was commenced. It I claiming! the Mexican flag, that it i* expected will from
is dono. have to the state ol t \itho'it it. ainl.! without, the' author-;, I entirely disclaim any intention to sneer at Lieut. Ridgeley's two pieces, which Lid
wa th'u, I believe] was commenced the war we ony accept express but find our shores now entirely unprotete and de arrived at the nick of time. Two field
i issue riou'h Carolina her institutions, pieces
of the President t I b\s or
itv catm"
between and France I war which is offered ti n*, and act aCforJi/- Congres, { undeistand no volunteers from this
England
: during our rev- < enElei.v.
allude that State; oftenT which were following the
comm5 i lett-rs of I was compelled to to enemy's cav&Irj,
olution.! The peace Amiens was (tormina lv. I havt' n.j dOl": bi.t lit boundary ofTt'x. : ionto rri'at""r-iu'J State will b called for to go out of it, but probablyfive also driven back with them.
au'horithe, : than I wished, by encomiums on the were
th. del Hut I do placethe I and rl : Scot's
to n.t mirque
ted by an of and nut bj a public I p It H" :orii. lr'al-lHot 'I or MX hundred mn may be asked for to man Meanwhile the left
riddled
ac ostitj of ,'ckide yf th- -cautiot an- So'i'h Carolina law. and his gentle enemy's was by
ju-filcitio:: : our "ov rnment upon any I c miltia
manifesto. of the Danish fleet the forts at IVnsacola and St. Augustine, and to reinforce -
V the which ]
I, the Jf Mexitaii, e'se'.i! the !bin's that no oth.r ptl'ma" or could beprfect. 19 pounders, slowly advanced
Gruitm that the Mexican on
iuten"I tun o tit1; :** tbnil !
declaration of the qjes West, St Marks and u
was preceded by no c.llnc Key Tampa Apalachi-
the the
Without such Mv satire, if satire it be, was only battery on left
of
hive a claim to tint! cwintn, as as wo, high seas a [ war. roa-Duncan's neg.
tions of the British Our own I' wl cola This, if u a wise measnre Flondians
government. I declaration Mexicans' taken i.i afer I aimed at and I have no doubt but thatit aJ"pte lecting enemy's threw their fir into
j
still the naund the re ion i> not chan- : aims Scot
of 1 iJ 12 !li clare! 1 the 16th of June. ag : sail gns
war w as< on i I have as much public spirit patriotism the the Mexican raikt
have a whole
ntizc.is soldiers be f to those who Infantry swept
fully
ii th" ion oftLe defeat in attackin'.t! our ; appir-nt
geJ.rc were se- co mIT
wi
The manifesto of the d j" o
prince of other State but the fact that have
regent i cirizfn' any "e The 8th the left suffered
I "as
calin. : \ tMon oJtim..1! l without conflict. cannot be b} I the ecu'ive authorit} his first well as his last communication infantry on severely
war against, was not i issued till i ) poss bed just borne the brunt of the Seminole War,
Jlb from the fire.
: I It" treason in aiding! her that I ham misse-i mark. note enemj's Te grass was set
V 1913. And vet Ion before that i \nJ we t.oul 1 not diverted of this |1)OCt. as [prisoners war- lot \ o
our bv deal the and scattered
; Lorerl ovir a -
great
: urii he I hall. at (the time, refer the whole sparseness fire at the end of an cannonading, and
l and
sion hut bv' oyr own' consent, or by an act of even p<> uiii> : < ; above proper
had been in troops I"Y .
penetrated many an I chtracter: cf our >ttl* ment-, and our exposed: condition the
V had been subdued ''war. Ti.e u'timite'! ciini to the country wasa all, without it th* observance of thdu matter tl that tribunal which, in republican :' obscured enemy's position completely,and
and and the
V army captured I toward the of is most elevated and like. would render the taking of troops from among an interval of three of an hour oc-*
whole of been qu''ftioa fir. diplomatic: adjustment. ties of other nations u>, duty governments thp quarters
territory Michigan ha overrun j \\i violated \vis I the from all Scott's decisions. us impoliticoVflunt'C! curred. During this period our now
neutrality, so likely! to cruhfnft i .e same right
p and seized. All these fac conclusively Mr. WIXIVOTT, who rose amid loud apl'altl !
prove be cnl'irce1.Vithoiit; such declaration I a trial in October next, at Companies Organize Orgniz resting on the 13 along
that it i is a tate of hostilities that produces 1 cries of" question, said J : I pWI'"rly I You will be furnished l with are pundeJ
that I shall be a"3Ired the to the
'Iexicf! iiiay be supplied: with arm*, amnrinilioii which. time I now declare rea- art wo occupied by
war, and not am formal declaration. I Ti.at; lud: he been called: to vote on ,
upon of the No have than
dv. I Scott will take notice of m in. f.t cfmpshould more the left, and when the hadcleared
.t f I other
bv
atil!
; war nation Illpe .mok
Any other construction would! lead to this this on venerdiv', lit rhould have voted mllii'J I )
practical iil Ii four Every village should have a rolur show
sixty men. to
I would be lin.I ion.f auay/udiciently Jhe enemy,
tent
V : But ; I ; and captured, they no
absurditv. for b it. calm and cool reflection since
England, instance, an agiuM
) I'Wlt" The f! I feel Mr. IMttor that I intruded on :tt-er company We urge )OU Foridi.1n .tl rally the fire was resumed with increased
b'e! to loricitiire: asuc nirnbantl () rapidity
1.e
act of hostility or by a public! declaration announces then hut cfJ-inlt him it wao hi) dUI"' to vote I uniforms divided his Ito j
Duncan
kind attention n I am at Adopt plain -diwiplme yourselves- select I and execution. battery
will 1
of especially :
strengthen
that she is ; He Jiil declaration war it) every way I your
at with u-. If the tor it. not entirelapprove of the I
Wi I IV i| the cH'cutin, in tint contl'5t-at home, issue with one whose style and ideas you *> good officer*-jour country may demand jour on the left, giving a section to Lieut. Roland, .

view presented In.the honorable senator from 1: phra.edngd'tlJ bill. This was, liwe\'cr, I abroad, on the (field. of contest, and in these much admire, and bv whose embellishments services I England is abetting? Mexico, a! i. suspected operate in front, and with the other he advanced .
South Carolina! i is time for verbal criticNm. Immediate
V correct, we arc not at war I no ,
V I the of the columns much enriched, but this this war will b no child's plav beyond tho burning mass (which wan
i I halls. It will increase efficiency your are so
with her has acted the sub ., decisive demanded. Iliiobj" i ii
Congress action
upon pro npt. was and the flames rolled
ti ball be last allusion to the subject, unless Already ha the President of the L'ni'd States three feet high 10 feet
ject. then is at war, while the i .t"n u> the was n.t that had: supplies! of) m"n awl money we propose to give mj and seized the .j
par Iil \hicl the Governor this State for in the breeze )
) thirce-f.d'l.! It convince the world we are friendly editor should! condescendto made a requisition on c strong prolongation
other is at peace ; or, at any rate, in this new been ur, c-d. was entirely! He wil !nr
I I in earne't in Ihi matter. Ot.er! nations ma offcT me a place in his columns, in ca'p the firf companies of Infantry, numbering J7"raen, to of the enemy's right, enfilading that
intermediate state of hostilities, before was not ffisposed. (as this kill' scem-d to do
unknown ,])
)
1 l h the information. should be continued by Scott ; and I assure be held in readiness fur future orden..e repeat I flank compMel Night found the two armiesin
: :
prt.fi'
to the world. Now, sir, it is very to throw upo.i Mexico the cjnmrncc/r.ent nt; -I > 'a .
liven if this matter with Mexico[ should be that tl am as highly self-conceited as we do not believe any of our volunteers will b this position.
clear that Mexico i is at war with at this war. He '! that: this I you
us, we preferred internment.
settled in month the in Scott though I have; only homespun t.j go beyond the State-but '. may have On the 9th, the General packed the hea'
,t war with her. If she terminates the peaceful in'atl! of the d.damtiol in this bill that war I a mooney} \\% expend I weapons require .
warlike not be un. to dffend win! his assaults are made fi;htir.s enough at home to defend our extensive: train, collected the enemy's wounded, ho
spent
I preparations may
'
relations between the and the m"ldf
two countries, they existed, by art of Mexico, shouLmke .
i Farewell. Gulf and Atlantic re.tboard, pital, buried their dead, arranged our
I terminated whether profitably.! If w:ir is formally declared, the i in rich : giit panoply. ow
are we consent or n t.- an Impendent, affirmative, ; I
I pritn contest with Mexico must be carried on by I). BELL. Vol-ir.teers, Cavalry,Artillery o. Infantry, R.flencn: wounded. (among whom we have to regret
The state of things thus created dues and declaration of
new not war ,
unequivocal : ''t118 the ak- I should organize and burnish tLeir the sudden death of Maj. Ringgold,and probably
rules! of up weapons I
-:1
warfae-In'
'
depend upon the will of ongre s. The two that government. Hn fet! as:'.urcd that the ': ,c"ilizl'll I this the Co>'re to
now ledger war. prefer
nations are at war, because one of them has pa.t ctudlc of 11'lit towards the United which will t! May 20, 194C.We the enemy on the Matamoras They

chosen to place them both in that attitude.V .- States, ever since Mexico bad claimed to be a { (llf"i< piratical Indian contest, it Latest from the Sent of -ar. in the the second
had taken j
I to have week here. Thereat post chaparrel
become. Tho rules of civuiedwar are a busy
t But, sir, it is contended by some of the senators distinct nation, iffurlv: exhibited to the civi--j' otherwise I B.1RRIT.1 .'\' M.IT.tMOILiS T.JKE.\! time the bed of a stream called
National Fair which to-morrow, ,
In this occupying
known.
4 in the present case, there i i. no evi lizeJ world, would fully justify such declara.tion. arc well age every nation opens 15 the this received the New
} express morning
that with their the
must obey them. If war is t formally! declared has already: collected here hundreds of stratiers. \t Resaca de la palma, artillery on 1
the invasion of our territory Las Yes, Mr. President, (said Mr. 'IV.) if: Orleans ffrlta ot the 2Hh, which the latest road the I have time for details .
) and Mexico its favorable The states he largely re- contar at crossing. no
1 been authorized by the Mexican government ; the soldiers of Mexico had not iiivauVo', 1f15.1' shou1 by ra"tCr wi intelligence from the seat of The steamshipsNew of this The General ;
wa. brought
ented in the crowd. of
V and until that authority is shown, tho act itself dirinz the lat month-if they had murdered fortune to her arms, ha.t power to perpetrate pre! great variety York anJ .Alabama had arrived-the former on his afair. and posted u i
articVs! here for exhibition by
a repetition of tho atrocities of the Ala. are -every thing I troops them wt
I dos not constitute a state of war. I have Colonel Cross-if they bad not killed the 2ht and the latter on the 22d. The Alabama the 1
find
mo and Gohad, she dare not do so in the face you could imagine in the way of manufactures < brie orders to the enemy wit bayo
already] said, sir, that there tnav be accidental L.cut. Porter-if they had not attacked liar- I I sailed from the Brains on the H'th. She brings the the could
I therefore all kinds of staple and fancyuuuijerless placed artillery they
I of thin! civilized repeat : goods ;;
; unauthorized Inch do there. mJ 1 Thornton if her rulers worl.
rencontres not del ; nay, present mechanism news cf the capture Carrita, by an expedition ofmarines act in the road. .
that I shall go for part of the bill, and am ,I improvements in r c __ t
fore constitute The of" Little Belt"'i to and atone for thece! j anr I
ar. case were aprloizo from the
J I 1'1, I ; despatched frisrates Cumberland The held in and
*d to it here 'ill it i is pa'el. Ater!t t.i I'f3ufaCtllrf! I np'Vp'MTl there xvi!! \'n a Dragoons were reserve, a
; was cf that d-wiripti But thr nViire and I arts, there i is ample: J use our declaring prpai .
fo i Potome, without A letter frem .
;
( an opposition. a the of line had
V i hiM will make cL-la and expedition is I chare for admission to this fur and tho'c in- I I son as ad\anct our uncovered 1I
i }
"i circumstances of an aggression sufficiently indicate war against her, to 1 be found in her pat rour- I al.im-j I| or"ste I thereby rrItVmt' p .t National how, volunteer! in the Andrew Jackson R-imtt"-ig- the Mexican: batteries Gen. Taylor told .;

I iu true character and .\ towuru u. Sir, w.s hftr, l been rno"t for. portant. wil : I I
consequences. C1 1 I nificant flamepubhished! in the Delta, dated had .
May that hu time
,. towards Mexico. Wo have allowedour | I do not approve of that part of this bill I awl [perhaps injure its influence, if it \\ouM! Capt May corns : "Her' i
Mexican inv J The bearing:
C. :army : .s our teirltory. I! which gives the President the p-mcr to select I have,: anThis exhibition shou'd be free to r, sdjs : the enemy's battery, sir-take it, nolens toI I
President call* Congress for the necest feelings fi>r a neighboring sister republic'
upon "
militia. the norld. An nprt. came in to Point Isabel this norning lens. May dashed it with squadron,
the officer of the vo.imteer I II upon
) means to repel and punish this act of ag.i. to r('tril us from demanding and enforcing pnncipal with the news that the Mexicans had evacuated third of it but he cleared tbs 'I
lost
I The the ( and one
he inclined ;
I should to races Washington
gression. And we arc met forsooth at the I I loii;'ago reparation f lor her moults and outra,, \ it a new question, O"er oursIswel harrtta and lel it to Ihemericau army.which immediately -
V thrcshhoKLof] I It Aincncan wou'd! have I regard the constitutional objection raised to it : the crowd somewhat, but not a much aaformerly. tok possea-iion of i it and commenced fortitunjit battery and captured its commander General .
not
proceedings that it doe I people j
5 very ges. .f I as a very serious one ; hit I disposed l to I II This species j of sporting is raduaty Gen. Smith and his command was at that Vega, in the act of raising a port.fire to firea

I t not appear that this invasion has been committed .: sul/litPj ii> thC indignities thy have patiently yield to the of 1812 a an.l H13 in I Ii berornin here unfashionable, and dots tune encamped on the sea-shore about 12 miles dis piece himself May took his sword, and
precedents
by the aulbority of the Mexican endured from )rex' from other I 1 .,
government. rO any govcrnmsnt t.ot. e\p( .itiu9 *>very moment to march to assist theLnitfd the General off. The V
h interest. the brought' re.rnan.ned
excite
I'1 favor. I should better Ratified to leave rum: Yesterday was enemy
I -1. \\ by, sir, uhit evidence i i" required on GH'scaith. ThPJ would have:: i its < P I'I'I lot States troops in subjugating the j P ost. The
the and lost them second time
under such 'I I I the power to the State :1t horilie!. The voluniecrs lirst .}- orne good running was made. place is to be fortified and! secured, and then report guns a te
: circumstances Doou want risrn as one man to repel i i I.TII! jers since. will be better iliKfied. They will be I IJ The \\arfeier rages highi; here-at blood! .n Gen Smith is to moveforthwith on Matamorastoa the 5th Infantry. Capt. Barbour, of the 3d
:
.1 1 such is required by a court in inv' i I This forbearance has but enibol! ].lenci': );Clic; j I :
county .
S a es- 'l.'aloiH officers federal t appointment. But heat. The nw from (the Rio (rndp is receixed 'siitGen: Tailor in hi* attack on that city It Infantry, with his single company and a few
tigating a claim of fifty dollar Must : fartliT! Her rulers have ni'slaken believed the Mexicans will
J we to wrong. .jcnerallv surrenderthe
I I will for ot\fI here with great interest. The excitPineiit men from the 5th, who joined him in the cha
this forego thp
have a certificate from a justice of the : !' flit l'" d.Jl'culties! and misfortunes j Abjection purpose city ; firing a gun It u by
our Fv.npat'u
r wtjfut
:
peace preume threw his back of bushes 4
I action the bill that is intenc. There i is little or no di. parrel, against aclump
of Mexico that the President i I I securing ; rdi3tc on ; nan> of e one that the city i already m
'I of that
republic I II and o'ir consideration other "weakness!, i be sen'! forthwith to the hell!, and vision here about the war-all go for the prosecution povMf..i.n of Gen Ta)lor, because.on:the day he ,and received and gallantly repelled a charge
has directed this attack _
upon our territory}' TAnd I for pu--i'latiinii'y It i is time they should beunlfceived. troops may and fj cross the river, two thousand of Duncan with his
the honor and ii'erest, and right of the of it with a s'ronj; force, very prepared abut cavalry. Capt. battery,
I whatever evidence may be required, how 1 The woril Ia'been} imt!'os,-d few, eten of the whig, condemn the Kxecutne. Mexican troops were seen to len town." did terrible execution ; he is a most promising

long are we to wait for it i How t tar may theo upon with respect to tlit* true ca'j-"s ofdiff'r- country maintained.For J There i is no qn stion but the countryapproes I Another letter ot the same date says : officer. Lieut. Ridgeloy was also among the

'I. iD'ader march before we are *ati fied that we nee between Mexico and the (United States.: the Flondian. of the course adopted Mr..Polk News: ha just arrived that a body of marines foremost. In truth, it was a series of brilliant

I are at war with Mexico 1 Why, sir, such a The recent occurrences are but a drop in the Mr. Editor : I am again required to an. j, in this :"''cr. The co'ire of the by Intelligen from th.fleet anticipated the arrival of Col Wilson skirmishes and heavy shocks in which 1500

state of thing must be judged b moral bucket JIClico bas It" m at n.rrila. l>j marching upon the Mexicans, who
at.other of Scott's
t } evidence artfully sought to create swer nuMerlj I .
influence with hand hand
I has much ;: its erjcuated the inst. The inhabitants of fighting men met 6000 to -overwhelmed
1 by the circumstances attending it. It the impie ion, that what the the seems ho entirely mistake allusions! or cer very .f1ir-r icimediatclj (
I cal spo. my moderate whi and those numbers who -0. the town tl i-n hailed the marines, and forthwithsent them with the precision of their vol.

V! might be,enough to say thai the invasion itselfI liation" of Tel', is the origin cause of f rather the ideas m} language was intended to s and relitf for ouT army, them fresh beef and other provision*. We are lies and the steady coolness of the bayonetand -

throws the responsibility upon the Melicanj these dim uhis. Sir, (aid J Mr. W.) before convc}'. M Iy allusions arc entire!} hone, so I ted against supplies their hereafter. The fate I going here, nevertheless, though our foal hopes of drove them from the field with the loss of

g01"ernment and is a sufficient justification for the Texas revolution, she !had outraged our far as perfection of language, ridicule and j I may bang up harps I i a :;ht are scattered like chatT" fixed
in their artillery, baggage, pack mutes ammunition
oftliose who simi'ir, : the i
occupied positions lor WAS to cross the Rio Grande the
j that Gtp
I us in holding government accountable.- in our own ports, and the high seas in sneering are concerned. But I for Taj
l muskets.
JlCaU and 2000 stands of
fat near
: The negative proof is upon us. The moral ( ,ilL She had robbed! and imprisoned one, (though I in no wise claim a right to decid l last war, should have "cn-t,1 as a warin nornngof IMh, from his camp opp in their and their The fort, meanwhile, bad j
.1. presumption is sufficient for our action. But, our citizens ; and ('CI our diplomatic and! '-,) look upon his reasons and objections as fates Thy are be following like the federalists.footsteps, moras for the purpose of taking the city, and no with true Mexican duplicity, and told that Ta;. 1

V V'V" air, there is much more than the bare fact of! consular agents in her jurisdiction were out. altogether frivolous : thom painting is. in my wi tery cannonading having been heard at Point tabl, it lor flting. The Matamoras
be with was
is to newspapers
1. J V, invasion justify the conclusion that we are : raged alc insulted in a manner which, by the small judgment, exquisite, but the basis isflummery. Gen. Scott war has been ordered prosecuted to the command energ, was the universal opinion that the Mexicans had and official bulletins call him cowardly tailor.

at war with Mexico. The government of that acknowledged laws of nations, afforded to us the town. Gen Smith's on.mand had
the
and few weeks his will be increa. evacuate : In answer to the summons, officers plun.
., : country has protested ever since the first project just cause for declaring war against her. But Scott alone prefers the charges, assumes in a army commenced their march on the island of OocaChica, into the and
swords replied
their parapet, ,
V sed thousand Mexico will
of the annexation of Texas, and ha an. we forebore to resort to this mol* of redress the right of deciding, ascends the judgment to twenty men. to cross the Rio Grande at the mouth and advanceup ged to the of the 9th
then be imaded. I hear other} rumors to the hjlt. Up evening ,
'j' nounccd its completion as a casus bdl. The'' We negotiated a treaty with her, hr which seat, passes sentence ou his puny opponent, that Shields, of the among Land, Office will the river on the enemj's si4e. Therefore, fight 1500 shells and 3000 shot had been thrown,
t' Judge ,
: have withdrawn their mini ter UnitecStates and then the and rides
she engaged to indemnify our citizens. She mounts car triumph ing or no fighting, Matamoras has fallen, and the and the loss that of the brave
only was corn
and take
< and broken off all diplomatic relation] plighted her f faith as a nation to do them jus oil: ct( free," brandishing his viloriouisword volunteers.resign I a Generalship in the army Shieldsis 4| American flag floats over it in triumph! mander, Maj. Brown, and 1 serjeant and 1

with us. They have refused to recognize, and tici*-to pay for her! spoliations] of their prop high poLed in air, which, in efulgen hardlycreditir. Judge The following extract from a letter written V by a killed and wounded.
I 10
of the best officers in the Goem private, ,
;; 'V have treated with contumely our minister charged city and outrages of their rights. Has she lustre, seems to eclipse high one very gentleman on board the frigate Rantan, and I

V with full powers to adjust all matters in dis. done FO No, sir No, sir She has ignomimou ling luminaries. (Here i another flight of inent-I mean, of course, in the civil list.- off the Brazes, May 16, is also taken from the Delta date: The General returns to the army to night,
: As Commissioner Public Lands I think him and will cross the river to morrow or next day.
s pule, and whom they solemn!} promised to re. l IJ violated her plighted faith tr f.IC, subject to Scott's alarming superiorityin .The report here is, that there is a French and
increased
The fort will be in and
ceive. They have collected an army upon them and to this government. She has dishonorablv the bright perfections of his analization.) far superior to any predecessor. There is in and English fleet of thirty sail now laying at Vera guns espe.cially

a., our frontier, and Lave sent to assume its com .. withheld from us the debt she en It would be cruel, Mr. Editor, in preparingfood tho public departments no officer superior to Cruz, with !ht ostensible ,'iew of protecting their provided with mortars, which will bring

l' : inand one of the first mitat' in the to pay for.thiir benefit. The Prc'si for delicate appetites, not to offer meats Judge Shields. commerce. I have no hope of this ship the town to terms at once. The Navy willcooperate
ocer gagrd until Vera Cruz is taken. The ) the mouth of the river and
of esuecial interest in returning at steam
Nothing
: V suited.to fississil.pi
republic. He lumn Talortoretire dent, in his mes French in the Senate. boats begin to supplies by that route.
; ; V or that war would immediately com tion claim amount to upwards of$0,000,000.() tastes. Scott in no instance wi sufr spoliations bi other port, to enforce a blockade The Mexican carry r

:4 ineucc. His summons being c ibregardcd, hecommenced I believe, sir, that seven million of dollar least superfluity. I appears awkwar. f for pay of the army, &c., passed unanimously : troops that recently arrived at lalamora left Vera Gen. Taylor has just given Gen. Vega a
r on yesterday. Nothing yet from investigating Cruz before we did. The got wind of letter to Gen. Gaines and a letter of credit
> off
< the war by crossing in force into would not' indemnify those* American citizens I Iv stu.nhled in} course, or blindly
: committees.A the movement, so he was ohm n a moment. on his factor. The officers here, and in the
*; our territory, by attacking our troops, and by who h.1.c. mifli-rvd, ;from the wrongs and out- tar into the catalogue charges preferred by has been made the President There is a report that the Cumberland leaves tomorrow main body, vied! with their comIu indelicate

? surrounding our army. sir, I appeal to rages of that government. She ought in jus. him, in inserting the word honest. As I am requisition by for Pensacola for provisions. I cannot
.ow.
*xi every senator on the of the cliam lice to pay that amount, and! thin government nothing more than a plain lan, entirely inexperienced on the GO'.tror of Maryland for 2000 vouch for the report The vessrls cannot attention to a bravo and accomplished
men. Similar requisitions will be made on remain on this station during July and August with enemy, who won their admiration on the field,
ho believe that all this in and twist.
; ; her, if dos not has should ccnptlllcr to pay it. Without r.fr. sprightly turnings
nearly all the States. Gen. Wool, of the U. safety, 3 these are the hurricane months" and was taken like a soldier in full harness,
i- done by order of the Mexican govern ring to her insults to our flag insults! tour ings and ingenious excuses, I shall here stick

ben. I presume there is no a man: .vithin diplomatic) and consular] -he agents, or even to tho old proverb, that honesty is the best S. Army is here, and will proceed to Texas The officers wounded in the actions of the Sth and and fighting gallantly to the last. Our lots

t: .'.V the sound of my ,"oic who will not say that, the imprisonment of BOle of them and other policy, and plainly acknowledge the corn. \ery soon. ; 9th are doing w ell. A more det.ie) and circumstantial about 30 killed and 140 wounded.In .

in his opinion, the Mexican! general has acted American citizens, we carin'l in her course My friend Scott seems to indulge himselfin account of these actions.than the one published haste, II. M.

i: : under the direct instruction of the Mexican with respect to the indemnity for these *poHa.tions transport of exquisite happiness on being Democratic meeting. in our last, will be found below. Mexican loss at Palo Alto, set down by

: government. And are we now to be told, sir, and in the gross indignity cast in the informed of the happy state of our finances, At a meeting of the Democrats of the county themselves at 450 ; at Resacu de la Palm

fr-5 that we must sit still till,wo ascertain whether} teeth of the American people, in the treatmentof and our absence from moneyed liabilities. of Columbia, held at Alligator on the lath, Late from the Army.BLLLF.TISEzTRA. 2,000 missing. Since the battle our Dragoon

; his acts have been avowed or disclaimed 1- their commtstioned, minister, (M r. Sld.l) This, I acknowledge, is a rare treat, richly tlay of May, 1846, for the purpose of choosing > have been exchanged, grade for grade, and

5, No, sir. A hostile army is in our country ; this winter, alter her invitation to suited to my taste ; and so far from entertain delegates to the State Convention, Dr. A. D NEW.ORLEANS, May 17. \S the Mexican wounded sent over to Matamora fall

f7J our frontier has been penetrated ; a foreign as all Christendom will bay, just cause for an ing any unkind feelings for any thing that WOOD was called to the Chair, and J. L. Though the principal facts this arrival By the next arrival you will hear of the
by and offer from them
; E;,,. banner float over the coil of Ihe republic ; our affirmative declaration. of war against her.- Sot has said or can say, I here avail my. KINO was chosen Secretary.On are given in the of this of the town Mr., Slidell probably in an .

;t V citizen have been killed, while defendingtheir Sir, (said I Mr. W.,) I am not for emporizing, the opportunity to offer him an invitation motion, the following gentlemen were the subjoined letter newspapers from a highly] morning, to receive be mentioned any that capacity.It of
intelligent to our
t : country; a great blow has been aimed for any half.ss'ay measures. I am in favor of to my humble dooiicil, if he will condescend chosen, from different precincts, to represent ought some
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gentleman on the ground, clear circumstantial full and two of them hv
c at us; and while we are talking and asking such declaration ; and, without reference to to honor me with his presence, where Columbia County in said Convention, viz : gives BO regiments arc only
and of
statement instances of
occurred
t- for evidence it may have been struck, and our recent occurrences, I should be in favor of it. we can mutually indulge in our united happiness Messrs. Alexander Andrew,Jos. M. Crews, vents since Gen.satisfactor a from Point c- about 300.their Many the wounded, mea-
Mexicans
4j been annihilated. And what then ?- I[ care not lithe, military chief who has usurp.od on that score ; and though I am not able Andrew Y. Allen, Cols. Robert Brown, John departure handing canteen to
Isabel the 7th that induced
army on we are publish and from them fire others.
E The triumphant Mexicans will march the reins of power in Mexico-I care not to deck him in a princely robe and ring of C. Pelot, and Mr. James Burnsido. V turning to upon

VV 11 till they reach the frontiers: of Ix> onwar, or its should disavow the acts of Ge. gold, in the absence of these he shall have The sense of the meeting being taken, it it. There was not a single occurrence of cruelty
i Cn"res the J\. O. Bulletin. towards the The morals of the
I : till we receive SUCh a formal certificate of the Ampudia and should dis- the fatted and indigo blue, (which is the was Correspondence oj enemy. army'is
ntrl. calf
Arisa-ift
(. ti intention of the Mexican government a will grace and punish tlJesl for their re. richest par my ward-robe,) vulgarly called Resolved, That this meeting recommend to POINT ISABEL, May 12. at its highest-it can now accomplish anYthing

determinatiiu shirt. the Deinocr.tticbrethrerz of the State that Dy the last departure I wrote you briefly of and they would die for a commander
unite, in a to recognize the8li.n cnl: acts in tha State of Texas-still, causes a hunting ,( said

U of the war, an4| to take the necessary which would weigh with tno as sufficient to I was strongly in hopes, Mr. Editor, that Convention be held at the Lower Mineral the operations of the army up to that time who does not ask them to go where ho i is not

measures to prosecute it wit vigor. It .justify this declaration, were not removed.- Scot would emerge from hit disguise, and Springs, Columbia] County, on the 13th day of of the bombardment of the fort opposite Mat. willing to lead, and in whose judgment they

;Hrs hat indeed been juggeoied that of hostll.i1 doubtless her ruler are instigated by the em. land boldly forth, either in the gaudy uniformof July next. amoras, and the movement of Gen. Taylor fully confide.

constitute A tate of jrar mutt b direct ssaries of other governments inimical to us. : a butterfly, or the glittering panoply of a Further Rt0o That the proceedings of with the main body to this place, for the pur. c CO- The Steamer Britannia has arrived, bricgtag

by t the legitimate authority of the country; ,Their inflene cannot be concealed. They I Genera Officer. I rejoice to find, however this publshed in the Floridian and pose of strengthening its defences. Having dates sixteen days later. The news is not important.

and if. constitutional at borne, they cannot I ire. They will not deter me in the flas power to confer military titles Herald.On efFected this, he marched without waiting for ( The annexation Texas ha been recogniui

s bo operative no a rod. Thjuu'inot the leas J les from pursuing the path that I believe the on his fellow citizen*-a power, I believe, motion the meeting then adjourued.A. reinforcements, on the evening of the 7lb, by Lord Aberdeen informing the Custom-noux $

5 ttraage: among the Grange)Wincipfei we barehearcTidrftnerI I h jonor of my c..unlr requires me to follow, possessed only by the people] and by general D. WOOD h'mn. and on the 6th at 2 o'clock, found tho enemyin Ihoritics that the product of that country matt b*

I tf hat hare do !. I am thankful to Scott for conferring J. 1". KING, Sec' position, In front of a chaparrc), which lies
;: ;4 to. *I.. w 8 to Mr Prrsidfnt, I coincide fully in the dis. ofcer. ) irgarded ai the produce of the American Unit>n.




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The iuggeation which has )been made that a Con- I hen exhausted. The Bank Louisiana, reported of thf country f.,noo volunteers, and appropriated Twciify.flve TiE B"'nrd.k'V' JUST published and for sale at this Office, or by THF. Co-partnership hnntofore niflin snider th

shall be held the econd Monday in July, at to have offered half a million for the use of $1(11,0 to tlx ilefence of the common 'AS "undersigned on P. A. HAYWARD. of QUAIL Jt KNAPP in the Tailoring
nntio I cause. obtdlentc to this requisition, cur townsman stolen (rem the l May t). l 4u. 42 business, is this day dissolved by mutual neellt.The -
the lower Mineral Sprint, for the purpose of nominating the State on the first news of the perilous situation and well known ffUOw-itizen. D. S. W.U.JJK, the night cf the 27th inst., a ilark business will be continued by J. E. KNAPP. at

a democratic andctt for Congress, to be I of Gen. Ta 'lor'* army refuted a temporary loan to Fq: -. proposes to raise one company from the counties six Yr old. fourteen hands Gold Pc. the old stand, and all persons who are indebted t to

elected next fall,seems to be pretty ger.en1yacui- the The Canal Bank omptly of Leon and.aku1a, to consist of 64 privates, and a half high with a slender tail. At the time JEST received, per Bras Emtline, two dozen No. the late firm are earnestly requested call and fettle .
GOy.rorore in all Come that he was stolen, his back was sore, and he was I and pencil Coral with either of them. *
held in Jacksonville] I mtn infuoive, 7 men. I' 1 Gold Pens. with silver case ;
A recently bein informed of the footed
esced meeting tender his been recently
upon lore feet
in having sale
on. my brave boys, lc u set the eamplt. anti torth- Beads, Necklaces, and Armlets, for by SAMUEL QUAIL.
in East Florida, appoint a time when delegates facts. The sum was immediately refunded, upon with form a volunteer Company from the F.mpiro shod. He !a o harness horse and hal slight May 23, 1"11II, P. A. HAYWARD.JttM JAMES E. KNAPP.

b selected by Daval county to sit in the] the subsequent appropriation by the Legislature.- County-the Capital; ( the State. I have jmt t been I marks of the ( on his neck. The thief carried Tallahassee, April shuld
contention, designates th time and place for the The Picayune strongly in'.irnates that the Louisiana informed that alre some I lance IftorCMasgallam have forward knights away seat at and the black same patent time,a leather new Spanish cantle saddle) and bridle(quilted Received by J. R. Fortune 1'f lleco.

convention which we have mentioned. I i i.agreed. Bank is under foreign influence. Not unlikely. It a and ever si deie a pledge to to(hold a themselves come in readiness the rein of the latter much eaten by raU. A rewardof At the 'a Phanix Buildings," per lug; Emeline from months after date.1 shall present my float!

and understood then, that the Democratic party} will is not the first Bank in this country which has been to march E wbt.eHr and wherever their (nuntr\'cal!. Twenty)Ftt Dlar"i be paid for the apprehension ( .ffl'f' New Fresh York Malaga Raisin, SIX and vcurher to the lIon. Judge of Probate
Java ,
hold a Convention to make choice of a fit man for I under foreign influence, neither is it the first time It matters not whether they be roared thief horse and adde! Sift-shcU'd( Almonds, Butter and Soda Crackers I in and for the County of Jefferson and apply
to the undersigned this Ten Dollars for
at
place, or I'or
sea-ronst So | a discharge as Administrator of the estate of Joseph
Mexico, stationed our own
Congress-that it will meet on the second Monday I that dlfeclt persons, if not traitors, have h''cn or upon the horse and saddle alone. Ship! I'i f'uit, Crushed Suear,
the is properly organized i Manning, late of said Cnuntv. ''.
as Company
they
in juty. at the Spring W* give our cheerful assent -I I found in the heart of New Orleans. Look to them' be leon immediately mustered into the service of tht wi 1 I R. E. LITTLE., Olive Oil Brandy Cherries. flout ROBERT C. HURST.
fine Northern ,
to this arrangement. Though we did not seethe The S.bv an officer sent hrt for that purx| >se. Soldiers, Q-jincy, May 3T>, l"ll. -45 1fn\ &. Rasp. Syrups chewing, Sup.Tobacco small and large Jefferson County May l'. 1S46. 43 ton
ruling passion is in well in Very
strong war as superior
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of such a convention,) we have seen a let no man sneer at the feeble 1'rettnion of tinMexicans. | 44
necessity) .e death. We have had occasion to congratulate the Individuals l lie cowardly, and rloubt Important to Cotton G.'owen.W luffs. May23l'.If. Not Ice.
desired the people and to serve their I
it by
that was
country upon the unanimity and fine spirit of thepople'in less many of them in..nsihlf to their country's honor subscribers! have on hand i N ollec.IX SIX months after date I sLall, present to tie
we hare given it our wish to that the whole TiE ot Probate, in and for I lb.
wi.be aoaCy.e and glor hut I.t who imagines country Judge
supportin the Government i in the war against of their unrivalled COTTON .ntrn after date, I will present my accounts
the voice of the such matters. nation but little the \ I m County of Jeflerson. final account and voucher
guided by people in is a of cowards, knows my
1'1 GINS acknowledged allwho J and make application to the Hon.i
by f vouchers
b We will and ,
Mexic. not retract any thing shave I 1
tell Administrator of Nathanielsander. deceased and
control and have the to I it. courage or strength of the man can a* ,
They have th right use encm:0 have incJ them to h.uneifliedby | i Jndre of Probate of Gadsden County for letters I of
But there who not of the 1c'! shall then for letter of dismiaiion
sid. are s nml are when hostilities will : > thf result apply as miiAdministrator.
tfaif. i other Gin The material of adminitrat 01 the estate of Daniel
Their action in convention is but the concentration any ntHI!- dismission r
I people but are raised np to he rulers who must I to our country. Volunteers I \ not di'ouraf tin1 best ar' aid ('OI11t WILLIAM W GOODMAN.
and of
b 'I very description for workmanship' they Smith deceased, late
l; ,
of their will, and such action is fit enough, in order at the idea b, some that there m necessity Jefl'rson County May ft. It45. 42 fim
excepted from any rommtnd"tion.of liberality and am'anc cannot: be surpassed. Their improved single LIT II. J. DAVIS Adm'r.May _

1 produce harmony and concert of purpose. purely patriotic mind. They act merely inhe op is for this cal.end RdiCt Let not the tory that and the make war 1111 out over :,:)1 Ibs. of clear Cotton pr div, i If. 14*. 43 Cm i Notice.KjIX .
already at us f'rlanii. avoluntary .
We hope the Democrats of every county will send In ald double ones in equal pro}>ortion. They ----- -- -
position. Party spirit is the passion which governs tender of our services, a how. In ten wi IM.1 -- weeks after date, I shall apply to the lion
!
to this convention. But. if it is inconvenient let5 be torrmch Capitolwherever to slit the tlmes-h.wtr than t.E ordinary <1 nat\, TAXES TAXESTOTICF. fcS Judze of Probate, in and tor the County of Jff -
delete them. is enough for them to know that certain days ready fr'm tilt
used. Persons desiring Gins he to make that the under11
I plea3<> IS l(1REIIY GIVEN, :r>on for letter of administration "de lon ., .**
that non
of them to do it would be and if \
for so, required : no
any wrl leading men of the opposite party! have proposed a \"t may home that's all. necessity earl* application to the snbs<-riber. nizned; collector of the State and County taxes on the estate of Everett White, late of said County,

they meet at home and appoint a proxy who wiU attend measure, or are against one proponed by other*-that why we can slav at A VVNCE: &RT'RVS. i for ti.e county of Leon, State of Florida will attend deceased. THEOPHILUS BEATTY.:

to express their WibN and speak their voices. faCt forms the data which is to them in their -- -- .----YOLr'Jrn l4'5.; 4.:> Ga. 1 at the followir places nt the times stated. for the Jefferson County Mol} 16.1510)13 Ct

is what the and \ tlfrok it Jo\er Ft 1.,1. l IMG. Punctual alt4ndmct U respectfully ref .
This 1ew's lests \ choice of sides. So, it has been with such menthe on MOST Awrt'L TORx.\Jo-Tlrlt or >rly year Iu the Circuit Court of the
.
the whole democracy of the State to Lives Lo. /-We ] ;\ evening thri j quested.At
'at questions connected with the Mexican wan l"art Gctn:e Monroe', near Lake Jackson, on Monday MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUNTY.IN .
.
directly or indirectly. Let. a full num- First, they opposed the recognition of war purely a respectable commercial firm of this city that! I I: lil day of June, from 1C o'clock, a. m. until 12 CHANCERY. 4

b appointed, <*o that we may gel a out of attachment for the principle of opposition. on the evening of the 7th inst.r. tornado : ; ; o'clock, m. Between William Bellamy!

'= to suit all. We da not anticipate much passed over Grenada-a beautiful village i in : At P.t'u'.cn .Iannin!'*,on Tuesday,2d day of June,
Defeated of A. dec'd.
in that they% suddenly came to the rescue o'dock until 4 o'clock. m. Bellamy, ,
; from IO a m. p.
to the choice, but it is right that the Yallabuslia :Miss., with a populationof painant. Bill fur fwrtclo-
county.
a of measures, which in very madness of opposition, I At Fyrd's work shop, North of the lamonia Lake, 1x'r'1
know who i is the favorite, through the I they had forgotten, by : about 1500 inbailants-whil} most oft the!! onVid nrsday, 3d day of June, from 10 o'clock, a. r,. sure of inert-
temporarily sustaining prop-]
Mary Rowles, .:, erntri- &.c. 4
} the gage.
children school demolishing
o'clock,
medium of a were at ni until 12 in.
com'enton.l.t which think will-enure the
positions they success I ,eph R. Rowlrs, deceae
and of churches and academies: and of At Pisgah Church, on Thursday Hit day of June,
us not deterred by the jibes sneers I very many
and of those In al., Dtftndant j
b : measures. one moment,
permanency Whigs. Let not their talk about packed caucusc' they opposed the war, in Ill next, the advocated the dwellings. Tnu teacher of the t alE HEAD Qr.\KTiUS: FLORIDA MILITIA.AimTA.N > II j At Beard's Store, near Miccosookie on Frid-iy.5thI t TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,l>y the

and mock con\entions." turn us from the plain which will greatly increase its expenses.- school Mr. Sample! was killed, and many of itNEBAL' OrriT.'I I day of June, from 10 o'clock a. m. until 5 o'clock, i. affidavit of complainant, that the defendant."saidMary

patfc of our duty. We act not to please the whizsaad meaurf his pupils have perished. Among: the. nalH'S u .iil.ihassee.]: 26th Mav. llf 1 \ ''p. m. Rowles: Executrix as aforesaid resides oat of
In the later cour.e, they have an eye to increasing the Stare of Horidj, and in the State
we take it as the best evidence that we arc n.ht; of those who have reached u< being identified \ UEynsrni >J., havm? born made by the ec- At Roach's Rad"onSaturibyGthdayofJunf" Virginia :
the debts of the so that, in their opinion until 1 o'clock It Onhrid. That the said defendant do sid
government, ..t\ f from IK o'clock, a. m. p. m. is appear
I of
and War the Jo\ernor of for
when we find them opposing; and ridiculing what we a high tariff will brComeltCsJI.ike Englijb with the dead, waff-a pointing lovely -battalion retary Volunteers upon toronsist of florih j .\t Fort StansStiry on Maitady, *>th June, from 10 allS\'I'r aid till within four month- <.r the same
one
.
do They try to throw odium upon a con.tntln.Thi. I boy about 12 years old, the son of Mr. I K. 1I companies it'clock, a. in. until I o'clock, p. m. shall be taken for centered' : Provided, That publication '
the have idea that dc of Infintrv. to employed in the of the
politicans an JtII"
is only what was fo expected, fur thea a public. C .fnan. of the firm of Mcilae &CofEiiaiof United States whene\er hf tli'ir services Ftr\irt shall lie re I At Fort Braden, onTue lay.!>th day of June, from bv made of (this order in some newspaper printed
b
a national blessing-no.not national, lor they can! and ]: o'clcck, a. m. until o.ducp.. m. in the city of Tallah**e", once a week, for four
another manly
:
novice in opposing an expression of the will I of city ; promising quired ; public notice thereof i ia hereby given to the |110 House
no think such an ah'urditLut, they think it He will alto btii attendance at the Court month succeively
a
The in their treatment of them, boy, about 11 years old the son of A. S.ISrown patriotic people of tii! 'tate. The Governor; is ful- I. b Dated Uth
the people, Tallahassee! ,tliiily, either in person or ) deputv. May, i'4'I.
people.
because it will tend t sustain; their in
blessing ( f:1.rnl merchant of (Grenada! I Iv that a public announcement of the
herd to be driven and when an influential : tatiflJ cal A. A. FISHER (Signed) GEO.: W. MACRAE
are a common who chooses to set draP him- d1 be- tie party asure. That i is their object i.i striving who was here with his t family when the neusreached'this ( upon Florida will he a urlicicit appeal to ti.e |i Sheriff and tf fijjieio Tax Collector. Jude S. Cir. presiuinz in M. C. tr G lden Co.M .

ever any one man up I to increase the pay of the :army. To attain their was also patriotism of her <:nti/ens to ensure an immediate oiler t May Ift. l'IC.1 43I.AAV _ D. P,\I'y, Soliritorfcr Ccnplainant.A :
think fit. Not no, are we disposed city yesterday ki1d.- sufficient to meet the of
lore them, may I \olunt'frl requirement true :
The that will end. ties are willing to entail a IedeLt upon Mr. Robinson, Mr. Williamson, and >- the Government ot the I'nited Stales; and that the 'I XOTIcn.JOHN I. R. HARRIS, CierI.copy.
the matter cry they)
to !e work them obnoxious to their the country, which il impose a heavy tax upon der also, lost a child. Mrs. F. E. I'lummer; actual hoftilifieti \ exi>tinj; between the r nitrd P. D&VAL Mav IIi, I qe. 4.1 4m

have a man palmed upon the peopU-a debt, too, not called for i>\ the honor the teacher of the female school, with many of States and Mexico will su:CPst the necessity of their resume the practice of Law. Orrict ijt
I STILL
choice is utterly at ariance with their g\O sens? of the necessities. .\ lorced immediate uralizatiol. to being raftered A safe and Efficient
country iior by war the children under charge killed. 31 Ir! rlparator \ 1 airs YARD.
fear such a thing surely I they can cuard againsi wee into the service ol the Iitfd States for be found in Woodrnfrs '
they 4ti >
I of upon us, as this i is, will of course cause expense and Robinson lost his father, wife, sister and child. Each will consist of one captain two I April 25, ISf'i. Rrinrdr %rms.may
caution in the company
it by using proper eleCtion create a debt. Hut it should be cur policy not 1 to From 30 to f 0 persons are ascertained to have lieutenants, four sorjreantfour rorpor.iU two musicians WCnJ2I SIill !!1fEJ.

delegates. But. it is not worth while to say mon j make this debt larger than will be necessary to sustain peri The mangled! remains of many i ol and sixty-four privates. No man will be re i 183G.I .

We will look forward to a full convention, aol to a IJ'd under the rank commissioned officer, who riiHE above preparation for Worms i is a very cerX
the war, and bring it to a termination honorable the bodies had not been identified, and several efivr I BARRELS MONONGAIIELA WHISKEY
and termination of its labors. t is or under eighteen ] I" the above taia remedy. It has advantaged ever many
happy satisfactory years apparently Ofr -fve X Winchester, Virsinia, distillation
and just to our country. A erfecl list!
were missing. very imj : other preparations for Wcrms, from the fact that it
JULY COXVEXTIOX persons ,or who is not in physical strength and by ever before
MONDAY \Ir. date warranted unsurpassed
Ox THE SECOND A I the pay to the soldiers proposed the Delo- I of names has reached us ; on the out-side ofa The (companies will !be or asiized under the existinglaws brouzht- to this market. For sale by any can be given with perfect safety to a child of any
MlXER.U. SpHI.NCS.
LOWER
WILL MEET AT THE crats, be not sufficient for them, no persons will be letter to a friend is writvn these words :- of this ttt. ant will be, received from anv: I I s STARR LLOYD & FLAGG. aie : r.or is it necessary to give any other Medicine

more ready to increase it than they.. But merely .Grenada is in ruins a"41! main ofher inhabitants part of the State. J\I soon as each company shall i Mar <', ISl'V .tii with it, or after'he"orm it, as it operates and upon the bowels:
the
Result. cleansing bowel
l lie will be enrolled and carrying aviay
'ar.-Th for the sake of with) those who be they rejMirted by -
gaining popularity are destroyed -naines c.umut given, orgmzfl. of unhealthy secretions at the same time.
War is in 'full blast, the most the officer thereof to the commando A 1'ROCL.tMtTIO S ,
the
Now that frequent may be called into sen'icf they are not disposed I t" nor numbers set down. The most awful m<
inquiry is, what is.to be the end out ? Some the to not shown to be the heartsof on*. It may not cure eve)' case but such i*
and
put 1o\.trnrent e\i I'ence desolation pervades tht town the patriotism and promptness of the militia of Flo
think it will be the cause of lasting disturbance of i our confidence in it, tl-M we are willing to warrant 1'
I proper or Dc-sal '. The people are not so mercenary its This tornado occurred on rida. iI
ilhalJitanls its in tbe will
others that the work of brnrfitting every instance or money
of the world. Hv order of the Governor I
the peace I a to fight f>r money only, lut will fight I to on the day of the )car as the one at be
will sn1 J. SCOTT nriOOME. refundtd.CERTIFlCA
whipping Mexico into submission to our teriu maintain the honor and riht of their country, if Natchez in 1S4U. A young friend of ours and General Flo. Militia. .
but of short duration. For ourselves, w e can t Adjutant Inspector Dr. "-orJ.lntjfkar Sir: I have Lad a ngro
enough! them for steamboat Huntsville
the
b it paid a ofthiscitv, was on All Florida
to look through the vista of futurity, to st-e I' rl'"sonalle@'JpprtThQ .1':1erl el'lY' j child that has been sick for some time. Not knowing
pretend base sense enough to warf.e is not a a few days since, while the tornado was passing what was the matter with it, we had pretty much I

the end of hostilities. The chances: and accident lf j mont -rakin;, speculation, but I necessary evil, of the Mississippi river, near the Cut-off: he HEAD ADJUTANT Qt.<TEItS.FI.Oltih1.t GE 'R.tL'S OFFICE MILITIA, V) given up doing any thing for it ; however as a last

war are not to foreseen What our Government the of which soldier not \\hich occurred at Natch resort, we concluded to try some of Worm
b I hard-shijw every man, or .was alto in the one Sf.th May, 1R10. J your
will accept now in satisfaction of the injuries inflicted i must bear a portion. They do not expect, and do ez. He escaped them both unharmed, but Talahal1te I Sp'eijie, thinking it probably might boo Warms that
E.\S, an election for Field Officers of the I Ivs
DROWN
/ I5Y AARON V. had reduced it so much-accordingly we commenced
upon her citizens s a to be willing to cea.efrom not want higher ) than a economical go*err- lost many friends in each of them.Wo \ various Divisions. Brigades, Regiment and ] giving your "Specific," (which by the byeyou have

battle, is not known. What other nations, ment can afford judiciously l tagivc, provided- a b entertain great hopes that the loss of Battalions of the Florida Iiltia. was held on the j! Governor of the State of Ttnnessre. rightly named) when astonishing to tell it com

which have heretofore manifested an interest in the II sufficient for the purposes of maintenance ; and life may have been eiac-jorated, but fear the fith day of April 1S46 I appearing by a ful To all who shall l set the:*? Presents-GREETING : menced passing Worms and continued doing so for

affairs of Mexico, will do, i is:beyond the reach of ansatisfactory ) when it is not sufficient therefor, arid that fact is ascertained worst. It is the moat deplorable: calamity we canvass of the returns made to the Executive (tc( I I V\7HEREAS, It has been made known to me that several days until it had paired more than two hundred -
that- j > a certain JAMES DI.SMSO stands charged with some of them a foot (r mere in length, others
conjecture. it will be. increased, as a matter of course have had to record for years.-Picayune.jr William Bailey is duly elected Major General of the J having ctinr.mitted a foul atrocious murder on the twisted and knotted together in hard balls, so that

It i thoub by many), that England and France We do not know what would be i roper pay, but 1st Division, I'nh' day of November, l,.j, upon the body of WILLIAM they could not be separated without cutting them

will offer themselves as mediators between the contending I will with tire: action of CougrisiS, ashaving they, :>- \otirc.-Tt.rl will be a Minister's and Jackson Morton Brigadier General ofhf 1st Drlat b.: NORMAN, Utt" of our county of Sumner apart. Knowing that a Worm Medicine so valuable

parties. If they come supplicating our b ati"ft the Di-acon's Mefting.il tin- I I'loriti.i Asi.irutioii held at ,\ K Allison 2d has fled l trom justice anct i is now runainc at large: a.yours has proven to be,would be used byhandretN.
I better means of knowledge, can form Church, San Prtln 1.ads.! : ( ..111l'ont James G Cooper Major General 2d Division, Now. therefore, I. AARON. CROW ..Go.rnoras if they only knew of its virtues. have concluded to
mercy for M\xiC.they may be listened to ; i they Let estimate Hut this \ve do know that the i>eo- mencing hrol on Saturday before the third .Sabbath in Junt Samuel Russet Brigadier General 3d Brigade, afurria'd, by virtue of the power and authority i in: i'e"ou this certificate so that all may know w hereto

come in a spirit respectful to our great nation and pIe of this country will not sustain: any proposticnfor &ext. SAM. C. CHAi T. Charles Byrne 4th do. me vested, da hereby otter a REWARD OF FIVE find a medicine that can be relied on.JOSEPH .

not a if the acceptance of their offer was the price I increase of pay, if they dt not see its necessity Clerk t-'la. IJap. Association.Montictllo Henry F Ingraham, Colonel let Regiment, HUNDRED DOLLARS S (hereby revoking all former SHIPPEY.

of their friendship or neutrality, their term b I when it is apparent that urged from the motive May 23, 1MO.ox Michael Qui IC Lieut. Cot.! rewards offered) to any person or persons who may Columbus, July 29, 1S45.
i Wni. McVoy, Major apprehend said James Dinning and deliver him to
gravely considered but if they come a* they did in jl of!u -tinir. an odious measure like the tariff. I.ICTUHI THI: TII>I>. Angus Colonel 2d the Sheriff Jailorwf our county of Sumner in order REMARKABLE CCRE OT TEXt, OR TAPE WORM.

the matter of the annexation of Texas to interVre We expect ilemagoz'ics to use the opposition of 03- Mr. nCXJ\MIX FKAXKLIN WATS' having A. I Campbel, Lieut. CoI" that justice in that behalf may be had and executed. This is to certify.that 1 have made use of Dr. Woodruffs -

with subjects that do not concern them, to advise I| democrats t(an increase of pay, as a weapon against been induced by Judge Baltzel, \\11"T lie casually AnthonI. Brownell, Mnjor Worm Specific" in my family in several cases

where their advice is impertinent, and to operate them before the But the device will be met a few days since \ our city, purposes Floyd, Colonel 3 I IN testimony whereof, I have hereunto set with the happiest effect. In one case it brought
people. < Lecture o'clock, hand and caused the Great Seal cf the
delivering iJufhfs.l./ut away
upon the parties as tools to be used with a view to seen. Their new-bor zeal for the people will besuspected. at the Methodist I Church, explanatory eta new theory Thomas Xttncrol Iajor" IL. ] grate to be affixed at Nashville,on the 21st called .ilt'oridt'lJut its most remarkable effect was

their own gain and desires, then their vfer \i 1 beidle They will not be trusted. The people of the Tides, of \IIc1!1./: d.lm. to be author. Samuel C. Bellamy, Colone 4th diy of April, 1S4G. exhibite in another case, a girl of rather delicate

and worse than idle for it will meet with the will hurl back upon their leads the slander thatmoney Mr. Watts is a native Georgia, \\11 has been engaged C.; C. Young, Lieut. AARON V. BROWN.By health who complained pretty constantly of her
for two in lecturing in most of our I the Governor : satisfied that she had been troubled
is years past John Brett, abdomen. Being
nation. Now that a fjor"
of way
cori a powerful Co alone,not love nfcnuntrv, will hasten them
Northern arid Southern Colleges, and demratr.atin! John Erskine, JOHN S. Yovsc, Secretary ol State. with Worms of some kind we administered the"Specific
lone for the redress of the grievances of our citizens I to join the banker of staT and stripes,of which they' his theory by the aid of a machine, aliI the invention John W Jvhufon. Lieut.W. ," and to our astonishment, it brought from hera

and we feel assured u the power to make our ,! art so: proud. They will show that they} need nctIlo of his; own mind Adinittanre free. .\1 are 1. Gibson. Iaj.r. DESCRIPTION.Said him.He number of pieces of Tape ll'orm, from two to

own terms, it would b* a great injustice and mot bribed before they will fight fur their country. respectfully invited to attest). 'auui. S Sibley, Colonel Gtli 4Jas Dinnin::('s wile is believed to be with six or eight inches in length Since that time her
left
:t t' 14'J.IMolice.. .. *' has colored his hair black, has a scar on his
Tallahassee, May / Sherwood. Lt. health: has improved ; and I have no
miserable policy to submit to mediation without a that if experience now _____ __ __ W. with hiborer considerably
They know proves H.t pay -- ,- -, u- ] Iits 1 Lathani, !a jor" fore fincer about two inches long, ranging doubt but that the Medicine has relieved her of that
't certain prospect of basing all our wrongs re I provided not enough! they are sure to have i it S Thos Jeff..Heir 7th towards his wrist has blue eyes fair skin, i is: much to be dreaded Worm. The Specific" is in

pure thereby. Nothing 1 lets should stay the avenging r isrd- by the Democrats, and by none more willing limited partnership, by parol agreement, t H. S Rusoel, Lieut.Colone about five feet and ten eleven inches tooth high out weighs lither hisrh repute in this place and is without doubt a val
about l 1'rf u pounds,has an upper ,(
THE or
> for Worms.
inspirit naMe remedy
allowed to
sword-nothing more should b% Iv. existing between Michael McKeon \V. II Watson Major and his mouth
an rye tooth or the one next to it,) JOHN J. LITTLE.
the soldier in u it to cut down our foes. and James U. Lynch, under the name arid firm c>iMcKeon Daniel G Livingston, Colone 8thThos sticks iittlt- when talking. He also hat two
ing out a Whiteville, harris Co.Ga., Jan. 10, SI3.
North Carolina.We ha this dJhl'cn dissolved. All J.
Great anxiety is felt learn what position England &Lynch I 1 Helard.on. scars on hi< feet, caused by an axe ; one was rather
i much to learn that our democratic indfLted to said late. firm are notified! and required Levi M 3Jor" the next to it, ranging
are gratified persons tarlinl between his big toe and one
In her
this jealousy
will take in regard to war. the same to the oniy: who John Colonel 1 Uth DR. WOODRUFFS
brethren in North are now enabled to present to pay !ulcrib.r 1tlott ,. toward his annIe, and the other one was on the inside
of o growing greatness, she may h induced I Caf.lin will give a full discharge thtrrfor. A. J. T. : Lieut. I ; of his foot, ranging from near his anile bone a DYSENTERY CORDIAL.
undivided front in the Gubernatorial election U. LYNCH. !
to take tome rash step, but there is 10 little pretence an JAlfF Willis Chamberlin, ljor" little toward his toes lie is about 2> years old.

at the juncture of iJTairs for her to to act upon I which takes place in August next. Quinr '.' Ia) 2A, IvJG. :i Henry W Clark. 4IVima. His wife ii a wom:n of good countenance, ha* For DiarrTiCf, Dysenfary, Cholera Morbut

present We have hitherto understood I hat. th.light f.r democratic \ hliekmann, Licut.a blue fair skin, rather dark hair, and a little iuclined CJiolera Infantum and Summer
interference
to justify in tl.e remotest degree auy HOUSET.j. I eyes
truth has been beaming upon the BANNER Gorf Itlv.ston, Major to be fleshy. She i U about 23 years old.When .- Complaints Children.
that it is to she steadily .
hardly possible suppose "il James Colunelth"I last heard ol he was riding a brown bay horse, t.

be 1 mad as to make any. I may b made the occasion pooc!: people of the "Old North State. Notwithstanding :M. i). (;(OUnnE..H I 1) A. Gilliard, Lieut.Wm. with an old saddle ; and site! wa riding a roan filly from Hon. II. 11' IMliurd, late If. S. ..VinW.at .
.
this cheering assurance, we ha\'t horn pained and the Lockw-ood, :ljor" ith almost a new svldle. They were last seen near
adding such difficulties to theOn'goD question leave to inform Lis friends I th \\ Belgium.

at will defeat its amiraUe settlement, and thus in hearing of the di"UlUl which existed in the BEGS generally, that he 113 taken the 1 1)Pores. Colme. t Salem North Carolina. HOUSE Or RtPRI!EXTATIVEi,7

she and Mexico, becoming common enemies, though I democratic ranks, owing to the rivalry of Messrs.SnEPAHPand above establishment in Monticello, f F. ;m Naton Tracy, Major May 16, 1"I'i. 43 4tIn Washington, D. C., April 1, 1546. J

I LEAKfor the that and, by shirt and untiring attention S Colonel 13th; Circuit Court of the Dr. oodrvff: b\j\ dear Sir : A few days since I
fron dif.rent causes, may l lea-jue together, whereby ofCe.fGo\'rno comfurtablf who may lavor him with a < Dancy. the received the Cordial which you were good enough to
Stale With great magnanimity, and a proper appreciation His I i table.ill B. Fail, "Lieut. IN AND FOR GADSDEN. would
the weight and power of England may be thrown into I tjmerit a liberal patronage. .' MIDDLE CIRCUIT send me. My friend. Col. Seaborn Jones

the scale against us in this Mexican war. Hut of the importance of success at this crisis, nished with the best. the market affords.Mnnticello Michael Usina Patterson, bjor" Joseph Williams and Rebecca E. Wil"j"j have part of it ; the remainder I have laid aside for

fise gentlemen have submitted the claims to the Jeflerson Co,, May 3ft, Ivl*. 4: 2t AltunJe Colonel1tb.0. hans, his wife, Peter L. Barino; | use when I may need it.
we do not look for rich a result ; though should we b \\ It. Hackley, ] cf
E. On the other I have added statement
of the party. On Monday John C. Barino. and Margaret page a my
mistaken will not vary our expectations to the) properly (onctituhorgn ATTENTION C. Doji, Major. Barino, heirs of Elias Barino, deceased appreciation of it as a Medicine.

result of the contest. Conscious (if being in the lth iDt., JAMF B. SurpARr was re-rIJm- Now BE IT THF.REroBC KNOWN, That the above r.'. } In Chancerv. Having used the Cordial of Dr M. Woodruff. Ido

fn of battle inated as the standard bearer of the democratic party TALLAHASSEE GUARDS."VrOU named persons are hereby proclaimed duly elected to James. Cash, William Holland Sarah not hesitate to pronounce it a most valuable Med
the the field
will
this natiun not quit
right, in the approaching contest. Mr. LEAK, in a very- are hereby ordered to appear at your usual]l the various commands designated, and when commissioned Jane Holland. Benj. C. West, icine. Indeed, for such affections cf the bowels as

till the enemy-any and all-i* made conscious of letter immediately withdrew. himself! i place of rendezvous, on Thu ,day the fourth will b<' obeyed and respected accordingly."he William II. McMillian, John G. sometimes suffer with in the South I know nothing -

the same fact. Ready a our people are to go to appropriate day of June, I'If, at 4. o'clock. 1'I M., in full uniform i Governor Commander-in-Chief would avail Camp, and Charles II. Dupont. _, at all equal to it."

Mexico to chastise her for her insolent conduct they from the candidacy ; and announced his determination (white pants ,) for parade, inspection and drill. himself of thin occasion to bring to the notice T>f I appearing; to the satisfaction of the Court by HENRY W. HILUARD
to give a zealous support to the nominee. This Ity order of the officers thus elected the critical state of our foreign IT the affidavit of complainant's solicitor that Jas.

will b till readier to fly t their national standardif the right. spirit. i is the course which all] L. A. THOMPSON, Capt. Com' relations which *ugget.t to them the great neccss.it 1). Cash, onc of the lefondants to the bill of complaint To Dr. M. \Voodrvff:
I I
English soldiers are to b their antagonists. They {\ince for will r. II. FLARO, First Sergeant. v promptness and energy in the organization filed herein, reside beyond the limits of this Dear Sir : My little son was attacked with Dysentery -

would feel as if foci worthy)' of being met by gallant men, actuated by a THrenCp Irincille. May 3d). IMC. 4..', j I of the Militia, and he hopes that every Regiment in State; ii''! within tho jurisdiction of the United about six weeks since violently. I called ia

&d Lrave to thtrtn, and their 'II a pt. The democratic motto M "principle* not the State will be *eedily reported to the proper ciTe I States; that i. to say within the State of Texas : It the best medical aid, without arresting the disease.

ram "1.opt men." Judging from the tone of th press of both Itotic-c. cer, organized and ready for duty. i p (.trdtrol. That the 8..td James I). Cash da appear When I had nearly lost all hope of recovery, I ac-

courage would rit. H.tr mibtr} ardor glow more Mr. SHFFAHD is well fitted for the station months after date, I shal present KIT accounts I By order of the Governor : I and plead to or answer the bill of complaint filed cidently came across your CordialAftei reading .

intensely}, iu the patriotic hope of sustaining in glory parties The Standard SIX vouchers a e f'cut'r of the l last will and J. SCOTT BROOME. herein, on or before the first Monday of October the certificates gentlemen whom I see recommending -

the renown of American achievements.The which has been assigned him. says : testament of Richard G We 11 ford, dfcraseil to tl-p May :6. Ad'jt and Inspector General, F. M! next, or that the same be taken as confessed by the it. I concluded to try a bottle, and began to give

plan of our Government in the e war, His speeches arc characterized with stirring elo Honorable James E. Uroome Judge uf I'nibale ot I All Florida papers copy.ftotire. I said James D. Cash and the complainants have leave it I by directions one morning after breakfast and by

i"lill quence. To the warmth a man deeply convinced l.n County, and move for a discharge as stich executor to proceed ex patte: Provided That a copy of thi noon, to all appearance, the disease was entirely
b not fully known. Thos me.un'l. we doubt not, v said cured. It has returned hire twice but has
of the of the truths he promulgate, as testamentary guardian: appointed| | by I order he published once a week for four months previous on since,
will b adopted which will lead mot speedily to ftenuination importance will. CHARLES S. SIliLEY. SIX months after date. I ban present my final] I, to the day fi>resnid, in one of the newspapers been stopped as readily as before.
of enlightened
:
determination an
he the calm the Administrator of
and vouchc
unit OmNolfrr. rs as Yerv resprclfullv,
of hostilities. We look fo the war toteani.d May HO, 1S46. : published in Tallahassee. '
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Jud ent" Mr. GALE the editor of the principal Josiah Woodard, deceased, and apply to the Honorable Dated 14th May, 1846.Siened. WM. L. BALLAPvD.

i into the eneIn'q country. This ,'i tCeseary. whig. organ of the State, sss : Mr. SHEPAKD is I Judge of Probate Madison County for letters ( ,) GEO. W. MACRAE. Georgetown,Randolph Co.,Ga..Sept. 10. 1946.
b* The Neatcansarealneady repulsed and dismls lon as the Administrator of said estate. Gadsden Co.
I of in M. C. for
Admin
enthusiasm date, the S. Cir. presiding
and ardent and will create an months after ui.derisned. Judge
young .
I WOODARD.
if. with the prevent force they cannot "kept back. SIX lor of John Shaw, late of Leon. WILLIAM S. A true copv : A fresh supply of the .above valuable mcdicinei
I wherever! he gl_. tiut.d I Madison County, May 23, 1S40. 44 GmNCU' just received and for sale"by Lewis t Ames. Druggists
vouchers Clerk.
) will driren back when the men will his final acCount and I. R. HARRIS,
e l.y b again I Our fr i.nds de-sen .uecess under uch a leader. County, present Judge of Probate for Leon county, May 10, l>4r. 43 4m ,Tallahassee; also,by Manning..P..1L. Man-
to* marching; to the seat of war. from various quar Union and harmony)' being properly restored, it only to the.Uonorte from said administration. BOOKS. nington.Leon County ; Jas. B. Beard.P. M.,Micco-

tttlShalljointhemainaririy. Then, what is to b for them to will success, and the is and ask for a disarge LEVI CARLTON. A LISON'S Miscellanies complete price tit. SUMMER RETREAT.1.owIlt sookie, Leon County ; S. F. Barney, Miccosookie ;

done To remain on the bank the Rio Grande, remain b.llt May 30, 1',Hi. 4". OnKOTICE. jWilson's $1. Samuel Puleoton. Druggist, Monticello ; John G.
*rold let o already won. Leon. County) Parrot's Journey to Ararat, MI SERA I. SPRING. Gunn, Merchant, Quincy ; Zabud Fletcher, P. M.,
b to continue a .att of war without any ac Mr. SHEPARD is the brother of our estimable fel. Remarkable Criminal Trial.D'Aubigne's .-), China Hill,Gadsden County : Joshua Davis,of Gads-

tua hilitie. iat wouid not do The country low-citizen JOHN S. SIIEPA&P Enq. months after date, I shall present my ac- History of the Reformation, den County; D. Baker, P. M., Chattahoochie. and

*xpect a quick end the-matter, which can only SIX and the Hon. Judge of Probate Wainirrighrs Family Prayers. Wm. Powi ci.Merchant, Marianna.

tleted by following o enemy to the heart of (For; the Floridian. of Leon county\oucberllo a Administrator of Samuel The Lenten Fast Double"witntM of the Church.Tuppen May 0. 1646. 42
tt Proverbial Philosophy
CXiCO. they yield to our just demand*. Our Country Right or Wrong.Mr. Theus, deceased, and apply for lett.r of dismission Drwees Children.
Ten W. S. THEUS. Liston's Practical Surgery, on subscriber begs leave to notify his friends Notice.OIX .
I I that ill brought to their I understand that a requisition a from uid administration. Wandering Jew illustrated, D'Haymental, THE generally that his house is now
emergency, they if b Eio the State of Florida to furnish May 30, 14 "*t and if we atop short of this, we can get no ben to aid in the common defence Young Duke Royal Favorite Jessie's Flirtations, open for the reception of visiters tn this well known tratora of Jeremiah Bentley deceased late of
of :X men Ransomed Bride, Lady of theGulph, and tenders his thank for past favors and
Notice. watering place Jefferson will their accounts
to County present
bu evocation, nothing satisfactory. The of r our country. Let D man now .101 question Three Mouaquetaires,a sexual to the Three Guardsmen received last summer and hopes by strict attention of said County
the lion. vouchers to the Judge of Prolate
;JJ Pirit with which the people. enter into thi. war i U the neef or propriety of the I. em.nate. -lix months after dale of I shall apply to for let- Obbriel Lambert, Percival Keene, to hi. viI ten. to receive a liberal share of and ask for a discharge from ad! administration.
and
is imperative.VoluntarlJi'if of Probate County
noble' one, and ensure* jthe accomplishment of orn authority, if rniu-t. Judge Washington the of John Fort Leon de Cavalier Moore's Epecurian patronage. The waters of the Spring are well JOHN SAUNDFJS, > .
we estate
compulsory covent and e on AamTiJeflerson
we can; discharge manual of -
,
wi Gardening Medicinal
complete Florist or excellent qualities
**** The known to possess very SAMUEL BENTLEY $
e plant may b adopted.: Our unanimity se- Is I the a heart in this community, under. nl.hOcrmface. deceased, late of said countv. EVANS. Adm'r. Pictorial Bible Nos. to 52, for subscribers. appropriate various disease*. The Spring u now County,May 2, 1946. 41 0m
ce beat to.
o rr Wc that does not response SIIARPLE SCHOOL BOOKS dee. in excellent order for bathing. Persona wishing tovisit
right Gm
the sntunent..Our country May 22. (30] 1811. would do well to call early. w
the Spring
that Honda ao much Anthon's Virgil Clark's Cc ar, Playfair' Euclid, Notice.
" bIn' volunteers in this 0 or wronii r Let it not b.ad u i insensible tote Sugar. Keys to Day's Algebra! ,Swift's Philosophy part, The subscriber would also remark that hi. table months after date, I .halTapply to the Hen.
I1e liable other -
exposed "d to t .il.e Nvill be furnished with as great a variety u any SIX
Reader Walker's Dict tow letter
the service, number pride. Sugar. Eclectic No. 1,2,3 onary.Smith.s ef Probate lor TeJersoa Coacrj
made her patriotic it also with
thus BARE Crsbe in the Stat Hi. Stable provided agood
appeal Parchment
!ai ud 5000, and |,the er i .rtdl they foe or 4 c do Arithmetic Copy Books Writing Curtains Cutler and plenty of Corn and Fodder for hores. of dismiwion aa Administrator: of:Vary Jbraf9Uteof *
.Foreign Ca bgln.Sa Slates, Green figured Paper for .Window d.osed. -
Brown said County.
2 Hogvheadj will be moderate to .wt th. tine
'e a patriotism worthy union Sugr. His terms GEORGE JOKS
our JccI tc.
tsle.1t n Barrel New Sugar for salaby 36 inches wide TREZVANT-
T.
:*, kand while peace i smilng. 2 Emeline.and for sale by D. 35.1946- 40 f m
brig April
received County
FLAGG > Just Jefferson
he per
appropriation STARR. 42
m. "
ofjequippinf and ending v, And in battle side by side.Congres' LLYD' May t23, lSt 1\: 4t P A 1IATVVARD. Lower Mineral Spring, K. F,, May v, lC3te.
te pr there is a .tste (f \rnl1" J.tti :1
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:" HOUSE .ANDiTA1R nVILDI G. RECEIVED PER BRIG N. G. BOURNE. DEAL.I: Sio for ne by LaW o 11
j. .I. J. R. FORTUNE Medicines, Paint, Oil, P
FIRST Justo Sanz Principe Drugs, Mah -
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GERARD VINGERHOETS, 0 000 quality brig Republic and daily expecting HYA1D.;
now receiving per Article te. Window Gltu
I I" (\'bt door South of the Union Bank) ,S.I>)) Havana Cigar Cigars,of the ( choicebrands IS per brig Peconic from New York a urge Toilet Perumer flora. -
vlo'\n selected assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE fAirrrrms' BRUSHES AND COLORS, BARRELS
and well .
notice that he is prepared to 4 Crhe
: I GIVES his friends and the public : Washinstcn Li Norm*' DRY GOODS,suitable fsr the Spring and Summer S>'.ih c rlcV Glass are, ftc. 4 cases Sg

with any articles of CABINET FUR J. Corrill Panateli, trade, consisting in part of the following: above constantly I on hand,and for sale at the 2 Hogsheads Brown Sgr.

a >> } !NITUR& made up in a style not to be I Regalia*, Fancy Prints, ,Paris Shade Robe*. THE market prices. 2 Barrels New for .'
Sp
V surpassed by any workman in the State, .rd.Rfralia'i, White Linen Dril. jKrench Barrges by STARR, LLOYD '
and at prices corresponding with the \.; Dama Brown I ;Satin strip. WIENKER AL.in store a great variety of articles for familyuse April IS, 1S46. 39 FAG

limes. Bureaus,Sofa,Tables of various kinds Settees J1pi Gatn', Fire nmsl: ', R\.k. rpAKESthiamethwl to inform the public that he Pickles, Olives, Capers, Macaroni, Vermicelli, -

Wardrobes, Chahs, and every description and ", .tonadH, *Lama J. has removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Citron, Prunes, Almonds, State Tax-collector's 8ale7

style Furniture! male: to order or repaired at the La Jo>Napoleon, York Mixtures, Wh't iuaiiri"Gambroon building formerly occupied by Starr &. Co.,net dooi Rose and Peach Waters, Sperm Candles, tc.AN DY virtue of the power vested in me by law,
shortest notice. He i is also prt pired:: to contract for D.ima., Nankin, ;Fancy, Blonde and I Hrrnai to Peck's Tin Manufactory, in the rear ol which he ASSORTMENT or -U expose for sale, before the Cor Ish
the building of Houses and such other work as is I Regalia, Cotton I mi Scarf., intends to carry on the buines of a CABINETMAKERUNDERT.KERandUP1IOLSTERER the city of Tallahassee, county o Ln 10, cr'i

generally: done by ho-jse carpenters. His' prices in Il Lucero LonJ\1 Driing. Rich Satin stripe Barege ;and AKBISH] SIS3SBS, On 1M in
this! department will be sach M to induce those desi-" Coronis, Light IbiJ ; &arf!. well prepared to execute any orders in either .Growth of 1515. .rl Monday August nexL

rious ol building to give; him employ, while the quality Lafayette's Pr*>sod. of hi, work, if it does not ntrpasf. will at least All of the a'M'\E Ci ir* are warranted of the best Cout I Rich French work collars, He i is provided with the best materials for the pay the State Tax due on the same(o ai

,raval a'lY"I'rk done in this city. quaity.! and \'ihi\\ be sold at the lowest pricel.y Irish, Linens, : fancy Silk rl'inti. manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture, Notice. \ j, N WISIST2R2Nandj 1SV

"''0 the citizens of Tallaha *e. and surroundingcuntry April4l'4t.. 37___ P. A.- HAYWARD.Notice. lhrn.iak. Linen Napkins. ;Shaded l fringe Polka cord, such as Secretaries, Bureaus, Tabe Bedsteads, SIX m'nth'after date, I shall apply to the Hon land belonging to CoL R W. Wii owner "*
he would return his most ht'artthanls for Towels, .Kgyptiau Mil., Chairs &c.. &c., in the neatest mot perfect Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for .
the patronage he has heretofore received, and trusts I.. C. hk (emb. super.) :Sleeve: and waist girdles, ttyle. He will also repair any description of furni- iXter of dismi';ion a Administrator of Joel TheEi.N EJandSE4S25iNWLNEl.
V t .at he may continue to give satisfaction, and enjoy A LL person in'tte! l to the estate cf KoJ crt (': 0'.1 Jaconctts ;J.adies' white:and colored tuic. Walker, late of said county, deceased. S 36, T 3. R 2. and E; E ISEl S
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their confidence and favor. .I\ Humphnes.lte ol Lroa Count*, dt-ceast-d.vk ill Grass Coth. kid Gloves, Heon1d return his grateful tbnk the citizensof JESSE WALKER. \J. S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E.,sitVated Dr WI.

February 2".1' 10- .2S_ly make irm"llatl payment to the subscrilxr, : aid Irish tkiul'. Gents, I I do! for the literal }patronage he has al- December 27th IS 15. 2.3-Cm nington, purporting to belong to Lewis I
lho>e having ("bim"inst said estate, ir.ust present Cambric and Muslin (eJ-/jo: ps. rich Bonnet Ribin Talaha.set,and respectfully solicit a continuanceof the Stber Life Inure and Trust Company.a

Z.iA.VJ1 Ii\Q\ ) 1rjm. them ti>r pa>rnent to Adniinistrator within the s and inserting,) ', bon!, ready their reein'favors, he pledges himself to give satis- Administrator' olcc. *IIV I.SE VLS9; Wi, SW 4,5 JO; N W L

: H. BROCKENBROUGH & AUGUS time required by law or they will \he barn of recovery Back Trimming Lct"Facy Caps. faction to all who a may give him their orders both in SIX months afterdate, the undeuigedwimake S .5, T I, R -, Sand r. ; S t-|,T I.KI.W and
WILLIAM MAXWELL, will practice in part- R. T. HIClr'ldmini"tntlr.. Inserting..
rrthip. They will attend the counties of the Middle Talbha. .>4-e,_May y. Printed Paris Lawns; ;;A large assortment of 10, 1S46. 2 bate for Leon County a administrator on the estate W 4, S1T2.RJ, N and W; EiNW 1 5 f,?
V District of Florid Jackson and Franklin counties N. S. Sulphide :llU1l, ; French .ower. January : of Roderick MenDs. deceased, and ask for a discharge 2,.R J, ., adjoining the lands be1ong'

in Apalachicola\ District. The county ol ::7iwS lSw Plaid Swiss ) ;Fine \ Bonne, Southern Harmony. a G o. T. Ward Esq'r.,aboutTallahassee five miles %I

Thomas.Georgia. The Court Appeals of Flrrida, IIEETINGS. Shirlinjrs, ( and a large Ombre Eagle Eye O COPIES SOUTHERN HARMONY, JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. ,owner not known. IUt-11
and the District and Circuit Courts of the United: assortment of Staple Fancy Dry Goods, Plain Swiss and Book do. Florence i 150 received and for sale by just March 14, 1946. 3 6m VheEiofN W lof SSinTJRlNaW

States at Tallahassee. Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c ,&c., suitable for the Spring Ombre Balzarines, Neapolttan Nov. 15, 1S15. 17 P. A. HAYWARD.To SO acres, near Lake purrt g
\ R II'EXCE: trade, for sale cheap by Print'd" i Padded Rutland Gold Pens Charles Wilamn '
WM. H. BROCKENBROUGH.Tallahassee. STARR, LLOYD i FLAGG. Satin Stripe Mourning j'Rich Lace the friends of the Insane. TUST received, per Brig Emeline, 2 dozen WoodJ ; Also, town lots: Lot No.22CufjU

AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL ., April IS Hlfl. 39 o Balzarines, Sa'n Victoriaemb" THE Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, ward's No. 1 Gold Pens, the best article manu I original plan of the city of Talahu sad

.April 1M5. :39 t ''- Broche fgure mourning ( Notice. *Paris lace trim'd Southern States that, by a recent law of the Legis February 2S, 1846. 32 P. A. HAYWARD. also lot No. 76 i the south half of

To School Teachers.A SIX months} after date, I shall present to the Hon. The 1fuslin above were by a gentleman ot decided lature,they are empowered to receive insane patients, NEW BOOKS.DOWNING' county quarter of said city tb

V PAIROFTWELVE INCH GLOBES for sale of Probate for Jefferson County, my final taste, and he s.llte. that those paying board,from other States. This is the oldest Als the landspurportjng to belong to the "Aii-

J\. at a very low price if applied for !soon.! by account and ,vouchers 3 Administratrix of JeremiahDrew call and examine, rlta cannot do otherwise "boi institution of the kind in the Union, having ben COTTAGE RFl'CE lachicola Land Company," lying in the county of
a P. A. lAYVARD.May2.lV. late of said County, deceased ; and shall then him that credit. founded by the Colonial Government in 1769; Dictionary, Leon, bunde North by the line of
41 for letters cf dismission such Administratrix. ii from its bet for Southernersbe McCauley's Miscellanies, Guizot's English Ryo- demari0
*). apply a He has aUo just rer.-ivt-d from New Orleans: 10ation. adapted Wet Ocklockny River, South by
of Civilization
lution Guizot'a th
RACHAEL DREW. the cold of the Northandfrom History cf
removed from of
ing piercing Wakulla, and East by the St. Marks
Rich emLr'd Canton Oapo Shawl*,worth ,
Baron and Pork. Jeffen 3f 6m $1/ heat of the South Its curative Poem, translated by H. F. Cary Poems by Oliver Rfr u
'jn County \r.rilil.I I l'J'i. the enervating known part of I Forbes "
-' figured Linen Cambric J for dresses, a Prchat.
V C4tflVVQ. : ; Shoulders. Hams and Prime Pork just re- capacity is of the highest order: nine out of ten Wt'nofl Holmes, Knowlson's Complete Horse Doc 1Shff.
5 ;;Idd for!sale! bySTARR Tax-Collector's Notice. I Paris Lawns, ci; es recover, if received within the first six monthsof Stories, by Judge Haliburton, Three and ex-offitio Tax-Col.,
LLOYD & FLAGG. I Embroidered Robes! ,, Guardsmen, by Dumas, Pickings from the New Orleans L .
undersigned.Collector of the State and Coun- the It is of access, as steamers
easy 154G. 27 '
.. THE I Black Thread ManilIis-wnrth $-J5, di"a3. dJi\v Pica une-.Jack Log,The Dead Boxer January 2- 6m
April I". W;. 39V Taxes tor the county of Leon, hereby gives stop at a wllarf not far from the .Asylum. The Jblom' -
Silk O. K. Mitts, new st.Ue.)
notice, that In will attend at the Cotrt.lolse. in the Long ( non-restraint i is in by Wm. Carletnn, 'of a French Gentle-
system
M. D. PAPY I All of which he offers on the most reasonable terms.. ern trIJtmt'nt. upon t.t min.The ::Mother T. S. Arthur.The Wreck- Tax Coleaor'.
by Olph Nor t.I
city of TallahiSHt-e, until the list day of the ensuingTtrm successful op rat ion. The apartments admit of clas- I
V : L ll of the Circuit Court of.said county for the March 21, hI. 35, silicatii'ii' of patient; according! to their tate of mind ers. Cousin Hinton, The IncognitoCount JulianbySimirn HAVE this day levied upon the following letter
m 7 =. .W9 purpose of reaching the Taxes due said State and (' for'8 lfe. vid al-n a i.inl of the classes of ociety. Guy Rivers, by do. do.. Queen of Denmark, tracts of land: The north west half of the to
: Practice IT all the Court in the Middle county. f.r the .ear IM;. .crix fare c""IIft.! and the board St week. by Mrs. Gore, Sibyl's Rock cf Fate. east quarter,and the north east half of the
V vetted in per
WILL by law I
thf me- TIlt
OJjce on the first floor of the Capitol BY power fcplent. west quarter, Section Township three
A. A. FISHER. for sile before the Court I \\'t have neat ", a parlor tastefully furnished NEW ITI US 1C.A twenty-one. ,
.
the expose
South \vinz. room formerly occupied by } and ex-<>ffirio Tax-Collector. Jouot I with ,sofa centre-table.ottonuni, Range three, containing one hnndred and sixty acres
:.trit. door. in the town of County curtains of for Piano Forte
r. ,on (carpet great variety pieces : Songs, of land I be
sold
Secretary of the Terrstorj.November JaI more or ,ad tc before the Court
Tallahassee, April H. l ISt't. 3y I mirrors books and piano airy verandahs for summer .
a : Waltzes Dances &
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1i. 1S13.: I"BRANCH. The 3/i Mi/rty in :''Jlemb next, extensive enclosure House door, in the town of Quincy,on the first Moo-
Claims :iKain the United Stales. jr.ft retreat an fu evening BOOKS. day in July, ISfor the County due
the much thereof will for and rides fe
L. OB. BRANCH.J. or so aj rambles; a carriage evening ; G
JuJLPIl I P. DUVAL. t Tallahiaee'e} Florida, and morninl Arnold's Latin Rook, first and series, County for the years 15-43. 1544 1945
ad
JOHN second
A L. BnA % CII.ATIOREl"S .f pay the Slate and County taxes due on the same ( rthe reading room ( w books and newspapers cc
COUNSELLORS AT LAW, ., FR.\CS A. DICKENS, of \Washington City year 1M5: a ; and moreover various means of amusement.A .- Anthon's Greek Lessons, Anabasis of Zenophon. the property of Malcorr Gilchnst.JAMES .

AND will pro.ocute claims against the United States from The S E 4 ot & and the E \ of the N E: 4 of Chaplain resides in the building and preaches to Splrrdid Fire Srens. Green Paper for Window A. MCMILLAN,
TALtAHAMEE: FlXjniDl. florida t-r e-l-c\\ht-re. Letters to DUVAL &. DICK- Curtains, &.C., ., just Brig G. Quincy. Dec. 29, 184.5. 24 Co-Tax Collector.
with tIle ou bern Life In: u- Sec 33,and the ection 34, and the W of S the patients every Sabbath. Letters inquiry shouldbe reeivd per 1
connecti-.n .
I. THEIR &. Trut Coinpiny rutin. ntireh l ceased!, SON, Tilll.ha..e.. Il'-rida/wf/i.ii /, will be attended 3-'>, and the E i of the S W i of Sec 26, all ol 2. directed t-> Dr. JOHN M GALT Physician and Bourne, and for sale by Administrator Notice.

they will hereafter! site their ;att.?ntion exclusivelytu DUVAL 4') &DCKEXS R 12, N and IThe N E 4 of S 2, and the N J of Superintendent of the t."ter Asylum, Williams- April, 1S46.- __ 37 P. A. HAYWARD. SIX months after date, I will apply to the Honor

V their p"'V-..:n,. ril..I"'I. S3andtheNEofS4TlRl2.NandE.piir.porting I burg, Virgini i. New, Extensive and Splendid Judge of Probates for Leon county for let
They \-.l. a"p.nrlth Supreme Court of the State, Notice. to belong to the estate of Hector W. Rra'lenAlsntheNW4rftheSE4ofS7TlR14 March 14, IMfi.. 3ewlO ASSORTMENT OFLW ters of dismission a administrator of the estats el

and each of the Court lor the :Middle Circuit. months after date, we will |rceiit our final OLOTTOJ &C.THK Joshua Sills, late ol said County!,deceased. ,
SIX N and E., purporting to belong to the estate ol WILLIAM H. WARD SOLOMON SILL
Much. JHI-V 31 aCCI.lln and voucher as the administrators oflobort are now receiving a a-wert- Adm'r.Februarv .
Y. t '!lG.rdd.'eeasedani apply to the Hon. Washington Du'tham. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL'AGENT, sub"ribh 1f 7, l"4r> 6m.
CLOTHS, C. ,& VEST- 2
JOHN EnSIU Also.the S K 4 of S 31. T I. R 13, purporting to fSSLER.
Judge ol Prehato! for Leon Co'inlv of dis *
lor
S ATTORNEY LAW .t..u belong to the estate of Benjamin Ch.Ie. City nc Washington INGS which the are prepared malutadure in NEWIIOOKS&c.T .
t mission a* administrator ,f -a.: i d l s'tate.
(tuiiicy, Florida. ( tRl.Ec: s SIBLEY Also Sections i'y and 3", in T I, R 12, N and E., "O ESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend the most fashionable manner Als/- >,a large supply cl OWNSEND'S Bible, arranged in '

I attend the Justices Courts of G&d..dc-n 'I. SMITH.Mm purporting to 1-eJong: to the estate of Thomas Livingston. 1V to the prosecution of Claims before the several READY MADE CLOTHHG.made chrcnc-logical c.rdtr, in 2 vols. ot.htorc1,

WILL r '. the Circuit Court of Middle Florida. \ Executive D-'partments! ol the Government and Sufferings of Christ by A. Layman, I
April 25, I MO. 4''> fim b ourselvesin the style,cunaistinE,
and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Also, the W i of the N E \ of S 33, claims against the United States for Lands Money ( up ) in ltet Ycuat t on thehlorseDr.Lardner'slectnreslINw.Thiers .
part
NovmbT 2"2. I*' I3-: IS tf Administrator's Notice. TheEnftheSW 4 of S :$3. to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims before life of Napoleon, Nov., .j
Sentinel __ A Anna Brooks, TheE J of the N K: 4rfS33, Commis-ioners und.r Indian. or other Treaties, Frock Dress aid Itrgtuess Coats : The :last work
(;,- mpy. _ _ _ LLperson.indebtfdtotheeJtteof Coopers ,
ZVI. "ido\ Jeffuon County. d'-UM-, will The W i ol the S E 4 nf S 33, to Pre-emption and other Land Claims, and to the Black :and Colore Cloth, Frnd and Dress Coats O'Donr.ahue.Ctainbare.Chalt Lever,
SU ilS H-x'a make immediate payment to the subsrnU-r ; and The N E 4 of the S E 4 of S 33. procuring of Land Patent. to Pl"n"io in the Army Cloak. !. Saa Gotha The challenge-of Barletta, from the Italian of

COMOlflOI MERCHANT hose having claims against said estate, must prt-se.it The S W.4 of flieS \4 of S 27, all in T'1. R 11, and Navy or Luin s connt.d therewith, to the and Beaver Bus. C ?at.&Surtouts. D'A/fglio Theobold or the Fanatic, by Henries

V No.' 4, Front Levee, hem for pa'Itt to the administrator within the N and E. Also, the i (,f the N W 4, and the Wi obtaining of Patent for scientific; or useful, Inventions Plain and Fancy Vest, Stilling, The Visionary, by Schiller, V

-1 NEW-ORLEANS, Ln. time required b)t", or they wil be barred ol re of the N E 4 of S 5.T 1 I. R 17, Nand t:,purporting and toall other >,uinc;s of a public nature requiring Black and figured Satin, Silk, Cashmere, Valencia, Only Fiddlerand the Authors ,

attend to BUYING SELLING, RECF.IV- Cl\f. < I BROOK to l belong to thef-atatti of Hardy Bryant. an Azent.Cliim and Silk Velvet. ]Hnwitt, The White Boy, by Mrs. S. C. Hall bl1
J WILL and FORWARDING, with promptness Jetfer-nn! Co. April 25, 1HO. 2m Adm'r. Also the N W 4 of S 20, the W i Ilf th,r E 4 of S 'against individuals promptly attended to, The Foster Ilrotheredittd b, Leigh i Hunt,
the N E rl I the S W of S the S the PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
and --- --- -- 20 4 4 20. 4 of titles inveatigattd. & Knights of the Seal Three Niehts in a Lifetime..
V I V despatch.Novembers. IS 15. Ifi r ot i Ce. S W 4 of S 1. the J'i of IheS W 4 of S 17, the S Information git en free of charge. All Utters to ALSO-A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF The Jesuits, edited by C. E. Lester,- ------
months after I shall the lion W 4 of the t: 4 17, all in T 1. Range 14, N be
SIX date pr .ent to post-paid. Cotton &. Linen Cotton, Nett, Merino, The White Slave Maps of Honda, Book of tar
; Dr. JXO. (;. GAMBLE, Jr., 'j of Probate for Jefferson Court*. my final and E., purporting to belong to Edmund B. Vass.SF.oftheSWofSlTlRl3NandE.. REFERENCES : Collars Shirt Canton Forms, American Almanac for 1S46, Albums,Gold

f ; his Professional Services to the citizen ccount'and vouchers as Executor of Thomas L .. lon. .0. S. WHITE, U. S. Snate. Stocks Lmb-\vool. and Pens, tc.
OFFERS ..ee and its vicinity. Woods, life of said county, deceased- and shall then purporting to belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills.MILTON E. A HA.; !!EGAV, ati Jeans Undershirts and SCHOOL BOOKS.
letters of dismission such Executor. J. BRYAN. ALEX. BARROW, Cravt
for .
: Nor. IS. 1S43. 17 tfW. apply a Drawers, Morse's New Geography, Parley's New Nittftd
:1 i :: _- BENJAMIN MANNING. Shff. and ex officio Tax Col. H. Co. I JAMES SEMPLC, I Glo\'t. ,
.f., : (cYaN n : Jefferson County; March 7, l >40. :33 6m February 2S, 151G. 32 fmAdministrator's D. R. ATCHIsoN, Hand'chiefs, silk, camHalf Hose, Geography, Anthon's Hcmer, Horace,Cicero,He.Bullion's .
brie Jic.Suspenders. Hats and and Latin
.1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORTAT LAW, C. ASHLY, t Caps, English Gramma .
I Boots and Shoes, &.C. I Latin Reader, Latin Tutors
; Jatp r. Hamilton County, Florida. Notice. Notice. I J. J. HABDIX, of Illinois. ,

_November 22, l"13.: IS C Eclectic Readers three
.. I.AtY XOTIC'li.ATTORNEY I.. and vouchers as the Administrator at Samuel Judge of Probate cf Leon County for letters O WILLIS GREEN: of Kentucky. can be found at their establishment on the most resonale Comstock's. parts, Angel. Scries,

Scott,deceased, and apply to the Hon. Judge of ., of dismission on the estate ol Charles A. Nelson, I JoHN Ps"rrirof Indiana.; terms. Our stock wi be replenished the kc. Just Philosophy, Grene1 .Mithm

WQ: W Q WI-l': : Probate of Jefferson County for letters of dismissionas late of said County, deceased. S. C. SAMPLE, arrival of almost every from New York, du- January reeive P. A. HA'YWARD.

AM I) COUNSELLOR} AT LAW, the Administrator of said estate.ALEXANDER. JAMES A. BERTHELOT, I C. B. SMITH I rifle the season, by new goods T furchased by Mr. 17,186.

Qulncy, Florida. SOT. Surviving Administrator. J. A. WRIGHT, I STILLMAN, who will remain North during the
.:4 rf7"ILL; attend the several Courts of Middle FloV Jefferson County,April 25, IS 11. 40 March 21, IS,11. 35 CmHJEW J. B. BOWLIN, of Missouri. winter for that purpose We flatter ourselves, by NEW BOOKS,.Ac.

I \ rida and of Decatur County Georgia. Notice. I J. M. It'cMFs. I such an arrangement, and by selling ECLUSIV- JCS received per Brig Sampson, Narrative of the

I. January 3. I%-II}. 24 months after date, we our ac 1J I EXR T DDE, of Wisconsin. LY FOR CASH we shall be enabled cheaper to the Rocky fountn and to O
SIX current and sbal the present Hon. Judgeof 200 PIECES rich style Print., Muslins Ging- April 12, 1S45- than any other establishment in the city. All gon and North California in 1S43 and 4, by Capt .

Ij; R. BERRY & CO. Probate for Jefferson County, and then apply for hams. Bareges, Balzarines, Muslin. (Ging persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitedto C. Fremont price 37i cts.

I THE undesigned have this day formed a Co-part letters of dismission executor and executrix of hams, Shawl, Scarfs, Capos and Claf. Gloves, CoPnr..nhlp.TnF.undl'rsi call and examine and judge for themselves. Te Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot Wabu
under the above name for the tran*. M. a of said Count deceased. Mitts, Hosiery a superior L"Ps and ntd. having this day associated them- CLARK & STILLMAN F., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim'sTupper'sProverbial ,
mission of a GENERAL COMMISSION:: BUSINESSR. Joseph Whitelte THEOPHILUS. Embroidered Muslin Triinniingt and a variety of ftht'r under the firm of STARR Monroe street, next doer to Starr k Flagg. Philosopbysbookotboihts

H. BERRY ELLEN A. BJATY. articles to numerous to mention. Jut received L.OYI and FLAGG will continue the mercantile Nnn'rbr 1. tM5. 15 tf and arguments originally treated,

D. P. HOGUE. JefTr'm r.urty, 2S. IY. fmTax and for sale by. b..in., at the Store formerly occupied by W. F. Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield,
r-ovt"mberlO.Z ] 1515. 19 'f ---- February) 1"I. L. II. GREENBERG CO. Lloyd, where they will be Ilc.e to nee t their former On Consignment. Dante's Poetical Works translated by H.T. Cary
,- & & CASK Suear cured Hams. ,Tea. Rice,
.....o i. Ji,U. Heir COIC.OI"h Notice. March 21. l"ll. ri'tNOTICE; customers. 1. S\RR. 1 1 Sugr The Philosophy of Mystery, by Pendy,
Candles Flour
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW. I HAVE this day levied upon lots Nos. eight, nine --- ----- -- -- Sap.1arkrpl. Laf Sugr. Holmes' life of Mozart,

ITTILL continue to practice in the Superior and and ten and eleven, McNeil's survey, containing IVbruarv! 13, ISt-V :31 F. H. FLAGG. Cheese' Crac.t'I", \ ( Pepper, Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,

V V \1'Y County Courts Jefferson County, and in the ,sixti-cn hundred acres of land more or less,lying between FORECLOSLRIOF1OITF: I IN Tit SOCTHCIRCLMT --- -- ---- -- Spice ( ,DriedApplesand Peaches, Parker's aids to English composition
Maccaroni Butter and Onions for sale
Superior Court of the.MidJle District and the Coun. Little River and Rocky Comfort and to he.sold l or FLORIDA. Not by Chances and Changes or Life a it Is,by CkirlM
-"a V tvofCuurnbiain the Eastern Dfstrict.! before the C.nr I louse door, in the town of Quincy, THE heirs of John H. Sawyer deceased will SIX months after will apply to the Probate December 13. 1S45. 21 R H. BERRY. Burdett, Rura Economy by BOUigbaut,

A Residence at :M'nticello, JelTernon Co'Jnty. Al on the first Monday in July, IS to, for the County e notice that I intend to institute proceedings f' of Gadsden County for a discharge fromr Notice. Book Colonies, by Fret,

V: \ b'uinessentrusted with him will be promptly attended taxes due Gadaden County for the)ear eighteen hun ,forthwith in the Circuit Court for the Slltbl"r y exccutorship of the last will of Robert Davidson. months after date I shall apply to the Hon. Book of Good Examples,by John Frost,

tl). dred and forty-five((115)) and costs.by the claimantsof Circuit of Florida, to foreclose the mortgage deceased. L. W. SPRAT. SIX of Probate of Jefferson County, for lettersof The book of Christmas, by Tom He"t

March, ISIS. 33 I Forbes Purchase, the propt-rtj of the \p lacl- upon certain real estate of John H. Swyer.deceased, January 9, [17] IS46.- 26 1m dismission Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Elinor WyU", edited by J. .Cooper,
a., cola Land in the city of Key West, of a The
Company. .ituatL- corner The Squire, The by
Jones,late of said County, deceased. Hubd Heire
,. Xiw York CUT- -No. HI Broadway.JAMES JAMES A. MdILLAN Duval and Front streets, and known as part of lot Dr. Hull's Pulmonary 'aIam, RICHARD TAYLOR. Miss .

J. BIRGE _Quincy. Per. 20.. IS45. 2Co- CII-tor. nnmbr three in square numbr seven, according to For Cough, Co/r. .Asthma, Croup, Brtmthitut, Jefferson County, Dec. 20, 22 fmNotice. Ascanio, or the Sculptor's Apprentice, by A.-
I Ait11L<<>>! Notice. Bowma's plan of cty.CIARU ooping-Covh Influenza, Hoar ten fit, 1& mas, Love and Mesmerab, Horace Smith,
jlrmm<01EIAIJ
u MALLORY. Soreness ciPains in the chest Spitting The illustrated of Palestine,by Jno.Kitto,
: history
months after the
date will
: ,. HAS ta'een the above store, between the CITY SIX his and undersigned to the Judge pre-of By S. R his Attorney. of Blood, Contumption, Difficulty months after date,I shall present my accounts The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor,
and FRANKLIN HOUSE where hi voud.es SIX
j : will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCH Probate of acclunt County, a Administrator on the Key West March lS4G. 33 eow4m- of Breathing, (C. 1r. vouchers to the Hon. Judge ol Probate for Mysterie of the Backwoods- by- T.B. Thorp.au- -

.t AND ENGLISH CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VEST- estate of M. C. Robertson and apply for letters of The Upper Mivannee Sp Ings, THIS article has long been held in high estima Jefferson County, and then apply lo letters of dis: thor of Tom Owen,
a the of diseases of the breast mission A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions
j INGS Aic He would respectfully solicit a continuo diamihsion from the said estate. EAST FLORIDA. for cure and a Administrator of the several t'ltate of I i
race of the patronage of his Florida friends, b liev- JOHN P. HUNGERFORD, lungs and i is offered to the public a a remedy deserving : Gorge Ritchie,George Smith.Silas Krupp and John Nee-work.
1 ; subscriber takes this method of in- trial all who thus afflicted. Nich Bigelow, The Girl
by are Ackley. ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. Orange
V he will be enabled them In right of his wife, M. A. 'JUtE a
to
i.ig give the most entire Hungerord.
1c S satisfaction. December 13,1%15. 23 fm .t his friends and the public,that Particular directions accompany each b.ottle of the December 6, 18: 2 6mWnkulla of Venice, The West Point Cade
; he has taken lease establish
a of the above medicine. Price 50 cents. Love and Murder Observations in the
:; << -Aprils, 1945 37M1CANT. Notice. ment for a term of years and will be prepared to accommodate Sold in Tallahassee,Florida, by COODtyTAX.COLLECOR'S East, Clark's Car, PlayfaiVs Euclid,

k & SPENCER SIX months after date the undersigned will apply all who may favor him with their com LEWIS Druggists.* SALE. Noye'a Penmanship. New Music, Paper for Window -
the Honorable James E. B-oome, Judge ol As regards the mineral ol the &AMF. Curtains, House
p, pany. qualities water December 6,1S45. in me by law, Paper and Borders, &e.,JtcT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Piobate of Leon county.for Ittf'r dismission from it cannot be surpassed by any watering place in 2I BY I have this day levied upon, and expose to For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.

I: WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Di.- the estate of F. Brant, America. The Springs will be opened by the first I Samuel W. Cnrmack, Samuel B.S.e- public sale, in front of the Court wi, the coun. January 24.1S46. 27

,; and the Court of Appeals, and in tha F. WINKER. ) Aamr'January' . day of May. Charges moderate and every attention phen. and J. Wayles Baker, ty of Wakulla, Stated Florida,
ower Counties of Georgia. Office at Monticello4 G. GERIOES. J will be paid to the comfort of all who may favor him ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW NoUee.SIX .

i ..e Ha. Sept.2IIS44. 9 10. iHlC. with their company. formed in the of On thefrst Monday in August next., months after date, I shall apply to the HOB.
.- FRANCIS A. HUSON Proprietor. HAVE a partnership practice between the usual hours the of Probate
830 REWARD.V For Sale. and their joint attention to business following pieces o for Jefferson County for letc
the subscriber 15 miles March 7, IS 16. 33 3m \ wilive parcels of lands, viz: of dismission Administrator of Edmund ,
RUNAWAY from
confided care, in the Middle Circuit r.
.: ? .E of Tallahassee on the night of the 2d! A WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the Lot number S, containing acres,and known of said County, deceased.
east ; approved English editions of standard JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA BY and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the -
inst. TOM, five feet,five inches nOt the River Survey, according to the original GEORGE V. STANDLET.
;: a negro man works, consisting.of about one thousand volumes. Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STEPHEN will con survey
r VB and a half high ; light complexion, and an intelligent For to J. n. FORTUNE tinue to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL W. C.RIICI made by .Asa II art field. Surveyor. Also, lot number Jefferson County, January 10, J* r. 25 flm
particulars, apply
42, 43, 44, 51, .W, 53. W/61, 62, 70, 79,
forehead with PRIME CIGARSin boxes of BAKeR 18.
c countenance: a peaked a scar'u JOS. F. BYTHEWOOD. 20 000 10 and J. W.\.TI.FS : Talahusee. One of the --
between the to the root of his each SO, Hi, containing each 360 acres, and know ad TO mINTERS.Typf .
i' extending; eye-brows January 10.1810. 25 Ocilla, Jefferson County. firm \vi spend a part of Apalachicola,
., nose ; about thirty years old 12 doz. bottle assorted SWEETMEATS, ana 11 attend to any communications directed to.. described by said numbr according to the original Foundry if Printers JiK ;Va rrri ****"

'1 V The above reward will be given to any person apprehending Notice. 20 lb!. Spanish Cinnamon CHOCOLATE, that place. I urvey made by Surveyor. All the ,HE subscribers have opened Fr nB -'
months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. 2 OLIVES above described lots of land situated, lying and being I new Type
said the of the kegs
slave Tom
;1gj on delivery SIX December 20, 1545. 22 I dry in the city ot New York, where tkey W*
.h.,..; same to meat my plantation. of Probate in and for Jefferson County for 12 dozen GAUVA JELLY. in the county of Wakulla, on the west side of ready to orders
supply to extent for kind
4( CIIAS. L. POWELL. letEr of dimi..nion as Executor of John .Moore, February 14. IS 16. 30 Apalarhicola Land Company. the Wakulla River, being a portion of what ia knownas any any o
job Ink
or ( Bn
fancy Type Paper Galleys
Forbes Purchase,and levied the 'aS
.;1P April 11, '816. 38 lte said county deceased. STARK LLOYD ',' persons are hereby warned not to trespass upon a propertyof Rule} Steel column do., Composing
HARDY MOORE. <' 1.\.0. ALL the Apalachicola Land Com any,and will be soldto Stick.Cha
to make; use of, or commit waste in any unlawful and .
I article
) CLOT II () CLOTHING for
!: ; .t LARGE assrtment of SPRING and SUMMER Jeff'Tfion County, January 17, JIII. 26' fim.ttice. ARE now receiving per Brig Emeline from New manner, on the lands of the Apalachicola satisfy their State the and County Tax for the countyof enr which necessary are cast in.new m.adsfrooU
Wakulla for 1S45.
V and Schooner
Home from New Orleans Tp
year
; A. CLOThING : Also. BOOT.?, SHOES, HATS \. Rio, Laguira and Java loaf and crushed Sugar Land Company which have not been regularly disposed I AHIJAH HALL. entire of matrixes, with deep counters rj

fee.,just received and for sale bv months after date,1 shall present to the Hon. Wine Brandy, Cofee., complete assortment of by us, or ou competent agent or agentsheretofore ShfT. and tx oflleio Tax Wakulla Co. warranted to b unsurpUe by any, and will be wUal
L. i II. GREENBERG & CO. SIX as the penalty of the law will be stri lycnfor"fd Cll prices to
l Probate f'r Jefferson final of Iron Steel 1846. time.
County
t- ( e( my Nails. January 22. [(2-I] fm
& against all -
March 21, 1S1I.f 35 account and vouchers as Administrator of Frrncis3a February 21, 1 .46. 31 ofendel. Printing P ad, and also Steaffl La-

: E. BARAAItD Jr. t, late of said County, deceased; and shall then Application may b.madp far purcbae leases or Notice. gines, of mOt paUer
,
; NEW BOOKS Ac. otherwise for the undisx| >sed of portions or tracts Rollers cast for Printers. *
Composition .
s for letters dijminsion such Administrator. IX months after date,I final .
his friend and the apply a sbal present my account -
public of said lands lying and in the counties of Wa
binl A mechinist con.t nlly in attendance **
STEVENS BRIDGERS. TTISTORY pi Puritanism by Thomas W. Coit,D. O and vouchers to Hon. of toKP
has taken the store the Judge
on cor kulla Leon Gadsden and known Pro
,! ;; ifINrORM and Two Hundred Foot" J e'f'J County).,.January 10, I IS40.- 2: GmNotice. XI D., Fruits and Fruit Trees of America by A. the",Forbes,Purchase, 'nt Frankln. a bate in and for the County of Jef!trson, and apply presses and do light work. .

opposite( the Court House, J. Downing Christmas Holida in Rome, by W. J. Mr. JAMES E. in the vicinity autborizt1 of agent, for a discharge a Administrator de bonis nun of the Editors of Newlrapf who wi boy three,tea
a Quincy.
be found a general assortment Kip. Life of Paul Jones, by Alexnder SlideR Mac.kenzieThe BET"J1 estate of James Hall, late of said county, much tp to may give
JOSEPH DEL
A FIELD deeae '
of DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every attention SIX months date, I will present my account Practical ?Astronomer by Thos. Dick, LEWIS CURTIS. WM. above six monts'insertion in their papers,ands*
genuine vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Erasmus Wilson Skin Jefferson their papers it to the subscribers.
on Healthy ,
County. January 17. 1846. 2R 6mAdmlnls.rator's
C. 44. paid to order of Physicians and Planters. the
:; : All articles warranted good quality, lowfot. cath.He Leon County. and apply for letters of dismission; as The life of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle, Trustee of .Apalachicola Land Co. COCKROFT &.OVEREND, 5 Ann st..N.Y.Fehruary2l,1S46.
,
; has just received a supply of, SHERMAN'S administrator of the estate of James Simmons, late Wiley and Putnam' Library No 2, Poe's Tales, January 10,1846. Notice. 31 6m

ct WORM COUGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC ::01 said county, dceacd. Citizen of Prague by Mary Howitt, Notice. SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts LAW
V SILAS D. ALLEN. of Milan Newman's vouchers, and make to the Judgeof NOTICE.
Lady application
Essay
on Developemcnt,
LOZENGES, valuable articles medicines., and the mOt agree- February 14. IS.16.' 306m Fremont's Exploring Expedition Masonic Chart, TiE undersigned, duly authorized agent of the Probate of Leon County for letters of dismi ion THE undersigned have united in the practie*t

fi able form of adminirtrin. "S -- American Constitutions, Mifs Leslie's Cookery, of the Apalachicola Land Company, at Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew} Es- They will attend the several Courts c
t SHERMAN'S PL.\SERS, the Notice. Past and Present, by Carlyle is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tractsof lick, deceased, of said County. Law Equity in the Middle Circuit o/
r4 cheapest and best plaster ever months after date. I shall apply to the Hon. land within the Forbes Purchase,as have not been and an of Fo
SIX JOHN MYRICK. Adm'r. Franklin and Jackso
,. I tor Rheumatism, Paint in the Back, Side and WeaknsM. e of Probate for Jefferson' county for letters Splendid family Bibles at very low prices, regularly disposed of by said Land Company. Personal 6m Western Circuit.oontie a
Clerk' Assistant January 3, 16. 24 the Court
of as the dministrator of Jacob Carter Baptist Harmony, interviews be with the Al Di'ric 0
lSjV Jtc. di.misiol ] Mercer's Cluster Buck's may bar subscribr at United States to be at } S*'
Theological ,
DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAO or ALLHEALING late of said county, or in the neighborhood "or be- uJe
AII dl'ea.JOHN. Shakipeara with forty engravings. Dieiina Quinc may SPRING & SUMMER GOCDS.nPHE preme Court of the State of Florida.
article for
; BALSAMian invaluable Colds, .FREEMAN. directed to him, through Pot Offices, at that
Coughs Ashm Bleading at the Lungs, Consump.hi Jeft"nn County February 7, 1SIG. 6m 29 SHOL BOOKS, &c.Gorch'l place and Tallahassee. .ubscribers take pleasure in informing the TOMAS RNAL
tion ansi diseases. Pamphlets, contain States and Questions to do, JAMES E. BETTNER, Jtgrnt JL citizens of Tallahassee, and the luroundinacountry TOMAS -

: ing certificates from persons in high standing, respecting Notice. Pareyl School History, of the Trutteet of t\e Jlpalachicola Land Co. that they have just received by the last arrivals Tallahassee Atorn.1 Counsellor tt t.

its valuable effects, can b had gratis, by ap. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Jue Exercises on Composition, January 10. 186. 25 Iy. from New York, a splendid assortment of February 21- ,. 1846. 31 -
/pyinr u Probate for Jefferson County, for Davie'Algebra, Daie'Lngene, Fashionable Fancy and Staple Dry G. And
"fe.Taaha Ja1ar 10,1845. 25 tf lismission a administrator o Norman High late of Day's Algebra, Ailortb' Dictionary, Last NoUrf. they will be constantly receiving York ol.

I Vw aid County, deceased. JULIUS HIGH. LereYetf Latin Lexicon, Kingsley's Tacitus ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry J and New Orleans (selected by tbe first bouses (n the SIX.montae date, .a present ray bal

-r: Porter I nnd Claret. Jefferson County. January 10, 1546. STake 4m Latin Lessons, rviuc1 Feneb Grammar, ., de late of Ln County, are above placeswith the greatest care and attention, an. *?*t .Judge it

PORTER. Bm. Pbr for Letters, hereby notified payment mut b made without particularly for this market) all seasonable goods in "la and for COQDto Jefferson,a.U$
4 CASKS LONDON; Notice Peo Per, Coral Necklace and Amulets, ; delay to S. 8. SIBLEY, Agent, as further jndul- the line, which they offer low for cash,'tl ua ,discharr ."
; 39 dol, CUret, just received and for sale by A N extra priec will be paid for Hides stretched: I &. per Brig Emtline. and fornl. canbe D their abu in Tallahassee or Monticello.V 'RepbenWo lttstOfSaI44etiat7dmCee5ed. -

STARR, LLOYD &FLAGG v ri. with p'g j.after the Indian fashion, by l.by P A, HAYWARD. gen granted.WESLEY MANNING Adm'r, L. & II. GREENBERG CO. ..f SOLOMON R-.MATHI3*

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