The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 6, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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THE e.Ula TH* K ayiu .
CHILDHOOD. w. M. CROZIUUI Recent events have thrown this gentleman

to think on childhood1 hour, so prominently before the that we feel
There u a rapture in the thought FLORIDIAN. pbli
disposed to the
gratify expreuefbr
For time then trod on op'ning flowers, Irun:
And u it came new pleasures brought.To his many life. by giving some the incidents of

tae, those blissful hours now seem,
When fondly thinking of the past, Gen. Taylor entered the array in 1309, Immediately .

Much like the spirit of a dream -- --- -- after the attack o the Chfpak
Whose fleet scenes:brighten while they last. and has been in the service of

Some fairy islands in the sea, BY S. S. SIBLEY TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE C, 1846. VOLXVII.--N0.46. from that timelo the present. Couy:

Lit by the sun behind the clouds ___ e----._ ss __ _______. __ _____ _, __, ed the army a a lieutenant ol infantry!,
-- ---- --
-- ---- n -- ---- -- - -- --- -
Whose While sable they shadows are dressed fall in on gulden me. shrouds. vanced; yet t- tho sachem carne not. The re From the .V Y.: Sun. Cowers FACTS i* NATCRAL HISTORY.- but a plentiful supply of soda-water enabl.> risen to the of commaD o a company, a tie

was gloom over the whole household.! The A REAL CONVERSATION. I am assured, that when a sheep has two him to go through his part. beginning lt ref
Somelandscape over which I've passed mother was pale and silent lambs at a time she will or his gallant defence of Follt. on
as despair was not permit one to
Unconscious of its scenery Sir," said a ragged and rough lool the 5th September, 1812,
'Till eminence at last setting coldly around her heart. Judge V\ poor suck her unless the other one is present. But A CONTRAST.-Two lads stood on a IJank' Prsident failn
The on glowing an prospect greets my eje.Bat walked to and fro, going every few minutes ing man, upon whose countenance traces i of for this instinctive arrangement, one of her of.snow in front of one of(Le beautiful house $ conferred on him the brevet rank of Major,
sorrow and extreme sufTering.werc visible} tan and he is the oldest in the .
the door would have in Pemberton Square. Pne of them now bet army.In
to and looking through the opeuir offspring an undue of migl
why is it that to the past- proportion
individual whose sleek and seemly cnsembi 1832 he became el of the 6th
Our early)"elfl-we fondly fly ? In the forests towards the sachem's abode. nourishment, and the other would either star have been 14 or 1G years old, and the other ,
much better than the last betokened plenty and happiness sir, I am had not above half that number of Infantry; with this regimen he went to Flo.
Why so At last, the rays of the setting sun wei or degenerate. It is well known that a pigeon yean
Those happy hours for which we sigh starving. Will you assist me ? Will you piv musicians. The rida, in 133G, where ho was always foremost
thrown upon the tops of the forest around, t tl} (' the usually: lays but two eggs. If however, a They were largejboy was .
of food and ni"ht'slodging
Why lingers rnem'ry with a smile eagle feathers of the chieftain were seen dai me means" procuring a e third is laid which is sometimos the case, i, turning the crank of a small street organ, and in danger.
Upon each halc\on l I'\'. onl' scene? ? his little brother with On the 23th December, 1636, Col.Taylor' ,
has I was ,
cing above the bushes in the distance. Ill' never, believe been known to come I to beating great energy -
The Future hope Ii rhtsup the rhile, "Go along, my man, I have nothing for you and small tamborine. Tht at the head of a detachment of abut 500 men
If three precision,
the little his
advanced rapidly and boy was at maturity. young pigeon were to be : '
The Present left gloom between. You the aim's house. I .
can to I'll of of the lit, Gth
side He was :gaily; attired as a young chit.'f go suppose." fed, none of them would probably be vigo decently clad, they were evidently the children !- composed parts regiments
Ourselves are sin '.we feel of Miss give you a line to the Alderman. of U. S. Infantry and some Missouri
of At the window of the drawing _
-his feet being dressed in moccasins a fine ous, and the race would degenerate. This is
When fancy flies from darkness hence. ; "Sir," said the poor man "I rather not g) pverty., of which the little musician volunteers, met about 700 Indians under Alii.
this h a"t'rkin was on his shoulders:, and eagle another instance of the interest nature takes
To some bright realm ot thoughtlike
to the alms house. I desire Jones and the
a Sam
taken life was childhood's: : innocence. feathers were stuck into his!! hair. He was i in temporary" in the well being of her creatures. The cow''| stoMas a beautiful little boy, whose aubr gator, on
relief I work in day two. of the O-ke.cho.bee. This battle
; expect a or was
he of his affords similar instance if ringlets hung in rich profusion over bank -
excellent and a she has twin
spirits so proud was :
Ourselves sin! we feel of heaven, ,
are Oh well, scratch along, man I the Indians for the day before the
sought ,
my ; 301 by
But with what hope or mem ry'a power honors, that he seemed two inches taller tha one of them a male and the other a female, cate shoulders, and whose tasteful and elegant -
Utto our fallen race i is Jinn before. He was soon in his mother's arm are not as bad off as one would imagine. the latter is always barren. If a doe produce dress denoted the affluence of his parent. engagement Col.Taylor received challenge
the Put and Future Hour. "I am absolutely starving ; I'm sure yonwon't from Alligator, telling him where to find him,
To light and in that brief moment she seemed to pa s a white fawn with red its unde And, now, thought we, what a contrast i is
miss a half a dollar. and'bantering him to come on. Col. Taylor
CHARITY. from death to life. It was n happy.mectin jaw is always defective, and it dies of starvation here The poor, shivering boys on the snow
Bless my soul, do you think I pick money: desiring nothing better, immediately pushed
for describe. ( wise of drift playing with the hope of a few
-too happy me to ; a provision nature in copper
'Tis little thing preventing -
,. from trees ? Go along don't be pertinacious at rapid march to the expected battleground
; a
; on,
To !give a cup of water ; jet its draught; "The white man has conquered !" said the what would probably t be feeble from are for the amusement of the f fair boy in the war Indian
do take oil there's brave wily migk .b.rt.
now yourself a man, I.d .hl
Of cool refreshment drained by fevered lips, sachem ; "hereafter let us 1 toe friends. You said he. riving a maturity. When we consider, also, and elegant parlor. Jlul wl tlU \41 tell, that A his The Indians had a position
May give a shock of pleasure to the Jramo have trusted an Indian ; he will repay lOU the way in which nature has provided for the Creator contrast may not yet be exhibited. by; pure. in strong front t
than when nectarean juice You owe mo sir I would not remind a covered by a
Mere exquisite with confidence and money ; clothing .f animals, to the climat these same three boys Who can foretel tbe swamp
Renews the lite of joj in happiest. LouIS friendship. I I you of the fact, sir, only that hunge according Intro history of either ? it be small stream, whose quick sands rendered it
He his word and in which :hey are found we shall have no lea eltrvaant -
Judg \\.ouJ
It is a little thing! to speak a phrase was as good as ; makes me desperate." almost impassable : but Col. Taylor pusht-1
01 common comfort,which by daily use "'. lived fur many years in peace with the : cause for admiration. In hot countries, m\y: to suppose it the poor strolling and in the
Owe exclaimed the sleel through quick-sands swamps
Has almost j pst its sense : jet on the ear Indian tribes, and succeeded in laying the you money animals lave hut little hair on their bouie musicians, who now picked up a scant}'
Of him who thought to die uuinourned, 'twill faU foundation of a flourishing and prosperous man, stepping"back a pace or two, why, man, and some are almost entirely: without it, !!uch! living by their daily round of toil, may become face of a deadly fire before from him.D concealed The action Co.dri"ing
the the Indians
Like choicest music : fill glazing eve are mad. the
you of
the 'knotted hand community. as monktys: elephants, &c. In very cold- proprietors mansions as lofty and legan
With tears The Indians
gentle ; "No I worked for was long and severe. yieldingthe
seven years ago, JOu.- those before which
countries the fur the hair of animals they are now soliciting
acain !
To know the bonds of fellowship ; as wel as inch inch and then only at the
ENGLISH ARISTOCRACY.Sir You failed. ground by ,
And shed departing soul sense, is thick, even the feet of some alms ; while the child of luxury, who has ne: '
.More prec on" a than the betuzon of friends Robert Peel is the son of a cotton spin I Oh ah an old score Oh that's quit< of the birds very are covered with feathers not er known the want of any good thing pint of the bayonnet. After three hours ot

About the honored death-t of the rich. ner, his! wife is the daughter of a private 01.1! another matter. Did it ever strike you that I only to them, but to enable them mor< wealth can give and on whose fair form the contest, the Indians: were routed '
To him who else were lonely that anotherOf have taken the benefit of the act : cleat protect pursued with great slaughter! night.-
dier-General Sir John Floyd is her father ; i got the Animals winds of Heaven have never rudely blown, uti
i- and feels. lox. readily to run snow. al2o
the family near upon made
great This is the stand the
? Creditors all nocan't! ever
he rose!! from the rank Telegraph. through are one which have been from shall become a homeless and penny less wanderor lat
1 ont ,
brought country
and the instance in
THY WIFE. Such instances as the above} are as plent touch me." and domesticated in a different and &it ? The history of our city presents many in a large body, only

Then cherish her dearly. as blackberries in the English aristocracy-1 Yet, sir, I earned that money by hard la- climate are not neglected by nature,oppo but ar examples of change quite as remarkable ai which they voluntarily gave battle. Though
love her sincerely: bor. You the benefits of that labor Col. Taylor won the day, it was at the expense *
And monied, legal l and landed. Sir Edward Sup! i reaped ; with such a change of as i is this would be. Indeed the whole history of
Be faithful indulgent!: and kind ; rich while I the wretch provided covering of 139,killed and wounded-more than
den, an eminent lawyer, began his professions are am poor you seeYou best suited to it. How different is the covering our country is replete with such contrasts.-
Make nut a slight tailingA of his whole force. Two colonels
pretext:: for railing, career as a barber's boy in the Temple ani owe me that money, sir, and in spite of al of a Shetland pony to that of a Persiai The children of wealthy parents, left with fortunes one-fourth of the 5th and Col.
find. his first introduction to the profession was iiconsequence I bankruptcies." have become and while (Col. Thompson Infantr
If such you should happen \rabia horse one has to endure the ex. poor friendles Missouri fell at the ,
of the )
ol his carrying a wig to the chambers "I never do any thing illegal. What is le. of the very servants of their fathers' houses hart Gentry ,
O do not misuse her, trcmes of cold! and the other heat, and wc< the Van e
And never refuse her. of an eminent counsel who had need of gal is honorable. The law says I don't owe see how kindly nature has provided for both becorna men of wealth and distinction. Lei head of troops.Brooke and Capt.Carter Swearingen, also fell in,
When proper her wishes ma'be, a student, and gave the barber's boy the prei. you a cent. Ducks which lay early in the strip not tlion. the rich despise the poor, nor thepoor t

And thy cost care and trouble, erence. After the barber's boy had attained I Honor says you do, and of the two" honoi more of their feathers off and make.ear. nest envy the rich ; for th" may yet change the engagement.the whole of the Col.!

By the-She'll kindneo recompense she'll lavish double on thee. the honors of the bar and a !seat in parliamen I generally tells more truth than law, said the much warmer than those which lav later in places.! And farther, men so educate During remained enggement., from t

for a borough town, he was appointed attorney mendicant, evidently displeased. the season. This instinctive is their children that if wealth should take to Taylor on hore.
II property| verj. his to the
You wearisome. Will be } point to point, cheering men on con-
general and as that necessarily vacated are getting you itself wings and fly there be some
f-J & !l..A & OJ:] ; curious, and shows the for ii<:hi which : away may diet and to the Indian rifle at
his seat in the house he had to undergo! the I kind enough to step out of the way ? been implanted in animals. It is well known preparation on their part to meet the privation every

From Merry'i Muievm. ordeal of a new selection. Sir Edward was I I Do jou call yourself a Christian ?" hat in hot countries, where the blood of horses '! ( and hardships of poverty.-Boston 7hz. moment For this battle Mr. Pointsett, Secretary of '
TRUSTING AN ID1ArCIIIEF by the scion of a whig family of higl I am a Christian I flatter myself and a
; opposed is heated by the climate, they are in the War, rendered merited praise to all engaged,
OE CONFIDENCE BETfRNED. aristocratical pretensions, and on the day o I Deacon. constant habit of bleeding themselves. This Fi sin the .,. O. Commercial Bullet his communication to Congress. The brc-

One of the first settlers in Western Xev election, when both parties appeared before' 44 You arc: esteemed" a pious, honest, trustworthy done by biting the neck or the shoulder. NEW ORLEANS AND PANAMA. in Brigadier was conferred on {

York, was Judge W-, who establishes I "the dear people," there was of course the' gentleman. These, and a great variety of interesuug t tart; The isthmus of Darien from Chagres tc fr Col.of Taylor.and Gtea was: the chief com. {
be found in the
himself Whitestown-about four miles from usual amount of verbose patriotism and Bun i "I am as good a one as can" I in the economy of nature, prove that animal: Panama, is fast becoming the great thorough nand in Florida, which he resigned in 1310,

Utica. He brought his family with him among combe" to be dealt out by the rivals. Sii whole religious community. I ire in possession of facuties! beyond mere in fare for travel and correspondence betweenthe ifter four or five years arduous and indefatigable
: "Then the dominions of the Evil One
whom was a widowed daughter with an Edward began his speech, but was continually can itinct, and which they use to their own ad United States and Europe, and the immense service in the swamps and hammocksf
only child-a fine boy about four years old.- interrupted (by a well dressed man in the crowd. boast of purity when compared with such communities ,rantage under peculiar circumstances. Thusi regions washed by the waters of the Florida.
You will recollect that the country around who, with stentorian lungs, '* wished to know I and the society of thieves is cemented friend of mine saw a greyhound, which Pacific. Several steam packets, establishedby After his retirement from Florida, he was
was an unbroken forest, and this was the do. if Sir Edward got again into Parliament wouldbe by more'real respectability lad been incessantly teased by : small spaniel the British Government, are now running issigned to the command of the 1st Depart.

main of the savage tribes. as ready to dress the trips as when he wa!''! I honor, piety and justice are comprised take it up in his mouth, and drop it ovei ; between Panama and the distant ports on the neat of the Army, including the States of

Judge W. saw the necessity of keeping on journeyman barber '" This fire was kepi! jf your broadcloths I'd and go before no further.I'd touch Keep the parapet of a terrace into the river which Western side i of tho American continent as Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama;! dec., with

good terms with the Indians for as he was up for some time without much effect, but al your money." starve a lowed below. The noble animal was un well as the remote islands. The number of his headquarters at Fort Jessup, Louisiana.

nearly alone, he was completely l at their mer length the orator stopped short and told the' cupper of it. milling to hurt his tormentor, and thereforetook these steam packets, it may be expected, will His position him the command of the

cy. Accordingly he took every opportunity| people that there wasa gentleman} in the crowd :Some: time ago the above conversation the Am.ac. this opportunity of freeing himself frost 1 be multiplying! every year, until Panama will Army of Occupation gave ," but the usage of thetervice

to assure them of his! kindly leeling and to se. I who had an important question to put to the :wally! took place in Broadway, near t1? annoyance. The dog, in this instance du be connected with the important commercialpoints would have justified the Governmentn
the mendi
cure their good will in return. Several of candidates, which it would be necessary to rican Museum. Some time ago, vhat instinct alone would not have taught him bordering on the shores, or dotting the assigning to that command either of the six

the chiefs came to see him, and all appeared bare publicly answered ; at the same timeasking :ant, now a store dealer in business, employed to do, and aforded another proof of the truth bosom of the great Pacific. There will be general; officers of the Regular Army, whoso 1
the to on the hustings; his oppressor reduced to want, as a portl.'r.and I have made above. I uil of with
pacific. But there was one thing that trou. gentleman step of the remark regular lines communication Mazatlan ank 0 higher than his
bled him-an aged chief of the Seneca tribe, among the great folks. After some little hubbub after deducting the amount of the dishonored ;ire another instance of this : a horse and and Oregon, on the coast of North America But it be fairly presumed that the high '
I may
when he had earnedhe I
and one of great influence, who resided at the the questioner was got up, and Sir Edward bill from his wages rat; were great friends, and the latter general ; with Callao, Valparaiso and other parts of character; gallant services and great expen.ace .

distance of half a dozen miles, had not yep advancing in the politest manner im'i.1 amount of the bill, generously This is presentedt absoluteact. ly slept in the manger.:; When the horse warping South America; with Tahiti, Owyhee,X.Zealand ; of Gen. Taylor,aside from his geograph-

been to see him, nor could he by any means ted him to repeat his que tion. This to the fallen Pharisee. an ; to have his oats, he always took up the ,and the numerous groups of islands which cal position, pointed him out a the appropri.
with such remark.
ascertain the views and feelings of the sa. non-pluhsrd the other, but he stammered it out, 1 Every day life teems Re. cat: gently by the skin! of the neck, and drop crowd the vast ocean between Asia and Amer. ate commander of the army, which w toplant

chem, in respect to his settlement in that re. and Sir Edward immediately repeated it to I Ithe chic transactions and singular later reverses.overtakes thejvil ted her into the next "tal, that she might tea, and it will not be surprising if the chainof our flag upon the Rio del Norte.

gion. At last he sent him a message, and people, adding, "what this gentleman ributive justice sooner or of knows be in the way when was feeding. At oth. steam navigation should extend to Asia it. Gen. Taylor is 56 years of age: is a man

the answer was that the chief would visit him would only insinuate: to you, I will explain doer, and the ingenuity man not er: times he was pleased to have her near self and open direct communication with China of much general information, and an excellent

on the morrow. Loldl}". When a boy, I had to make my way ipw to avert the merited and ne\er-failing pun. iim.-Jessee's Gleanings in Natural History. by the way of Panama. Indeed, no limits and tried soldier: a prudent and skilful com-

True to his appointment, the sachem came ; into the world family, without fortune, i hment.I can be set to the extension of commerce and nander, whose traits of character are, a wise

Judge W. received him with marks of re. without any influential connections ;; I was a I ANECDOTE OF AN .COI .-The adventures travel amon.the continents and archipelagosufthe precaution in providing fur the hour of trial,

sped ; and introduced his wife, his daughterand I nere barber's errand boy in London-and in : FHTIOi.-The love of fictitious narrative elated in the lives ot actors are not only ver. Pacifc consequent upon the introduction mif a fearless, reckless courage in battle. f

little boy. The interview that followedwas hat capacity have dressed wigs many a time ; has its principle in human nature. The child I atile but often infinitely! amusing-and yet,, of stearn upon that untrodden and stu- He is a Kentuckian by birth, and all that

interesting. Upon its results, the Judgewas mt I have also," said he, "risen to the top oliiy I istens with breathless interest to stories told I whist they are so, they exhibit strong temp. wndous theatre. This fact, however, will be hat word implies. He is an American at

convinced his security might depend, as profession, and I have done that in spite t, jy his nurse ; the school boy amuses himself! t'ltiolS to error and excess painful to reflect obvious to any obsever, that the intercoursefoetw and stamped with all the elements of a ;
,i A been barber's boy. I am now in hearing or relating tales of wonder or ter- mind alone and this immense region must hear
he was, therefore, exceedingly anxiously! to hating a pon.and which a strong or a prop. i een Europe her by nature. I
make a favorable impression upon the distin. I his majesty's attorney general, and I expect ror ; the youth devours narratives of low and i er moral sense is able to resist. The c01'ivial .I be carried on chiefly across the isthmus of Da- Under his command the flag of the Union }

languished chief. He expressed to him his desire to be elected your representative, for who so adventure ; ;and even the old man: has, by no meetings of this class of people too frequently rirtn. The distance from Panama, on the Pa- receive no dishonor on the banks of the ,

to settle in the country ; to live on terms fit to represent the commons of England as he neans, lost all his interest in the memory of lead to bad habits with the vice of internper- !I :ific, to Chagres on the Atlantic side, is only wi Grande.-yashrille Orthopolitan.

of amity and good fellowship with the Indians, who has risen by the force of his character such things. The attachment to fiction arrites ace, and the bon rivant or "jolly compan- sixty miles, whereas the voyage around cape

and to be useful to them by introducing among and talents from the ranks of the working I partly from the active nature of the imago I ions" in the end become the confirmed sot or I Horn[ is estimated at nearly ten thousand. OFFER GS AiD OFFICES TO THE Dn: .

them the arts of civilization.The rlasbes. But," after a pause, he added hI nation, which is always attracted by the tbe degraded roue. The very excitement of Upon[ this route, therefore, will l he concentra- -I marks a strange perversity in human na.

chief heard him out, and then said, have one word to add before I resume my wild and wonderful ; and thus we are disposedo their lives is dangerous. It has been said of'' ed all the lines of communication, reachingo that we are wont to offer nothing but

"Brother, ask much, and you promise speech for the especial benefit of the gentle. look on feigned scenes rather than real the! elder Kean that he could never play tille i the various points scattered amid the Pacific. images of terror; no stars of cheering light to

much. What you pledge can you give of your nan-(pointing at him-who Las so kindly ones, as generally something more to interest was three parts drunk ; and we all know I[ will be readily seen then, that there can L Lose who lie imprisoned in the darkness of a

faith?" undertaken to remind me of my origin, and itis and excite,than is found in the ordinary coursef I to what a wreck of better things the love /> 10 mistake in indicating this to be the great ick.bed, when the glitter of the dew of life ism'axing

good"The honor of a man that never knew de. this : had he ever been like me, a barber's > events. All of this is analogous to the operations liquor has reduced the actor Booth. Frederic horoughfare of commerce between the two grey and dim before them. It is in-

the reply. boy, he would have remained a barber's jour.ieyman of our minds in solitude. The scenes I Cook, the great English peformer, and the The amount of travel already eed hard that lamentations and emotions are

ception"The, white was man's word may be good to to the end of his days." The resultf .vhich. memory recall are not accurate pictures I otemporary of John Kemble, was another no. I hemi1Peres. and is destined to grow every requently vented upon the dying which would
the barber's of the but that loose and general which it is wish withheld from the living in all their vigor;
the white it is but wind when spoken > the election was the triumph of past irious inebriate, and to procure the exciting (ear. The subject to our >e
man yet
esemhlance to it which we see in fiction.ur .- the attention is the if the sick to console those in
the Indian said the sachem. )oy, as a matter of course, for the English raught he would resort to any subterfuge or particularly to draw public a patient was
to I )) views of the future are not of the future I of New Orleans with ealth. There stands no spirit in the close
** I have life into hands," said I people hate a beggarly pride origin. I II ontrivance. It is of him that the f following I mportance connecting
the put"is my that not an your evidence of my I Chief Justice Abbot, whose legal fame like hat will be, but enchanting visions brighter necdote is related : his great commercial centre. This distancerom ness. of a sick chamber to awaken a cheeringmile

Judge intention; I have placed confidence in :I Fudge Story's, is the common property of the I ban reality, and such as will never happen. His passion for drink was so great, that hence to Chagres is about twelve hundred on that nerveless, colorless countenance,

good will believe that he will Unite States and Great Britain had a similar The present which is a mere point, occupies when he was without money, or means of miles, about double that of Cuba. It but> only confessors, lawyers and doctors, who
and not
abuse the Indian, the trust that is thus reposed." obscure origin, or more so. His father was a I only a small portion of our thought. We liven btaining it, he has been known to go to certain can be run by a steam packet in about five rder everything, and relatives who lent at

"So or much betray is well replied the chief "the village barber at Tenterden in Kent, and his the past and the future-the ideal world pawn-broker's where he was in the habit lays&and two steam packets may readily keep verything. There stands no lofty spirit, -

confidence, with confidence ; ion chose the aame of his native place, for his I I if our own creation. The substance of our : of.applying, and to say-"I want five guin. ip a semi.monthly communication between ated above the circumstances of sorrow, to

"if Indian will repay l he will trust But I must title in honor of his place, when he was elevated : thoughts are fiction. The schoolboy's hopes, eas ; but I have nothing to pledge but myself he two places. Nw Orleans will then be onduct the prostrate soul of the sufferer,thirsty

you will trust, this you.' with me to to the peerage. Like Sir Edward Sug. he lover's paradise, the poet's visions the live me the money, they'l be sure to redeem he surest and most expeditious route from for tho refreshment of joy, back to the old
have Let boy
a pledge.I will him go back in three len, he was rightly proud of owing nothing to nerchant's gains, the monarch's ambition me when I am And having sent Chagres to Europe. 'pring tide waters of pious reflection ; and so
my wigwam; bring he accident of birth or connection, and once, all fictions. We are such stuff as dreams to the theatre, of his situation, he has At the present time, a traveller from the to mingle these with the last extacies of life,
days with my answer had the bosom of the while trying a cause in Guidhail, when an ire made of." In these day-dreams we are wor equently been found on the pawnbroker'snunter acific has to wait at Chagres for some transient so as to give the dying man a forebin of his

If an arrow pierced who was a resident of the viI. he heroes of our own romance, it will note with a duplicate pinned to his botton- to convey him to Jamaica, where ransition to another state. contrary,

mother,she could not have felt the a Indian deeper made pang aged where gentleman the father of the presiding judge > difficult to account for the interest which ole. On one occasion, when toe manager, he meets"esse an English packet on which, after the deathbed is narrowed into a coffin with

'than went to her She heart, as from her seat, and tad age exercised the humble avocation of barber vo fee! in the vagaries of our fancy. But we I ;Illiston, wished him particularly to be quite roasting about among the West India Ilands out a lid. The value of life is enhanced t

this proposal.the sprang who stood at the side of iis lordship invited the gentleman to take a hear or read imaginary adventures, in which orrect, he invited him to dirmpr, and after- and being subjected to delays, he at fin the parting oue by tics which promise care,

running to boy,into his face with pleased eat on the bench to give his testimony, and ve ourselves have borne a part, with scarcely! wards begged that he wool_bilge him by his way across the Atlantic. But under or words which proffer consolation ; the bier
the sachem looking less degree of interest, and we account tor which Fred such facilities for rapid is represented as a the harsh
and admiration, she encircled him in hen the witness had been delivered up by a !jbmitting to one thing, promised. arrangement proposed, saffold discon
wonder and him close to her bosom, I! he opposing counsel 1, the judge astonished the his on the principle of Terence ; as men, weympathize Ue[ however looked rather funny when Elis.ton transit are offered, a cannot fail to divert of life is trumpeted ears, sur-
her arm pressing with thing that is human. and travely ire after the are instead of
A and by publicly explaining his every drawing him into a small room he whole stream! of correspondence long eyes dead
the bar
was about to fly from over room.the sachem's gloomyand reasons for spectators it, and said that he, the Chief JUs. 'resent to us the natural and lively picture ofa theatre, told him he must content himself there > the way of New Orleans. A steam packet siting life ebb away in deeper,
frown came
ominous ice of had not forgotten that he was human being, in prosperity| .or distress, 11 it was time to dress. As there was no eaving Chagres on the Island 15th of though fainter. Ne\"ertheles man has thisf
brow, but be did not speak. England, tho of his passion! or place the ever in him that he recalls the slightest joy
W. He knew that barber's boy, and that the witness was how us working etting Cooke consented ; but after being nonth, will convey the passenger good ,
But not so with Judge once the and fearful changes of of Hence he has the which he has shared with the dying ,
the lives of his an old friend of his honored father,the barber. before us rapid >eked some time, he began to long hor- cent: City in five'days. person
the success of their enterprise decision, of the mo. Mercury. his life, and we cannot be uninterested ; for riLl)' for punch. By and by, he heard the rhoico; of three routes, by the mail, by the much rather than a thousand greater pleasuresiven

family depended upon the said he. ve have feelings within us which echo everyone noise of a broom on the stairs. Hope revivedhe Ohio, or by the lae lo Boston, where the to a person in health, prhaps because

toent. "Slay, stay, my daughter, He is HINTS TO YOCNO MEN.Always have a of his, and we make his adventures our called, Mary, Betsy! whatever your nagnificent steamers receive and in the latter case we hope and redouble

**Bring back the boy, 1 beseech would you. not risk book within your reach, which you may catchup our own. It matters not whether the subject ame is, come here for God's sake !I" and he and him, in twelve days, at Liverpool. Can our attentions ; so little do mortals' ro-

not more to you than to me. I at your odd minutes. of the fable be a king or a slave ; whether ontrived, while curiosity made the maid here be any doubt but that by the establishment flect that every pleasure they give or receive

a hair of his head. But, my child, he him must! Resolve to edge in a little reading everyday be adventures be those of the field and the cruse in her labor, to push a crown-piece b- of such a line of steamers, New Or. my b the last.

go with the chief: God will watch over if it U but single sentence. If you can lood, or the common events of domestic life ; veen the door and the floor-"There cans may b made the great thoroughfare,

He will be a* safe in the sachem's wigwamu gain fifteen minutes a day, it will be felt at onl) let them be faithfully depicted, and weympathize. for you ; and Mary (pushing through another) hrough will pass all the correspondence Too TRUR.-The time was when ashamed industry

beneath our roof and in your arms. he end of the year. Our interest is in man, independent like a good and get me a pint of bran.y and travel between the eastern and western wu, fashionable, and none were t

The agonized mother hesitated (for a mo- Regulate your thoughts when not at study. of adventitious circumstances.-Briuh go and a clean girl with this." hemispheres by the way of Panama? The ractice it. Such times have cag of fashion fash.n .

meat; thV then slowly returned, placing the A is thinking even while at wark. Why t Quarterly. Oh sir, I dare not! Master desired that basibility and the proigio advantages or ales the world,and labor has

boy on the knee of the chief; and kneeling at man he not be thinking about something that I should'nt come near the door, sir, nor speak ferd by the sheme are to obvious to > with those that can live witho a to

his feet, bunt into a flood of tears. The may SINOCLAB' MASONIC FACT.-In an address to account." ixplanation. It can be accomplished,and the tbat can't ; and until a reform a il.

gloom passed from the sachem's brow, but hewd i. useful Revolve t.in your mmd what you have 1 aatbeeil lately delivered by Past Grand Master R.. G. I you Pshaw upon 1 any Go, do &I tell you, and you outlay capital for its achievement is so small, ustry again becomes comfort fashionable might, we may other

not a word. He arose, took the boy inWI reading. Scott before the Grand Lodge of Virginia, .jail hare another, by and by." bat to hesitate at the undertaking, would ar. farewel to many a w

arms and departed. re meet wi'h the following statement : The girl ¬ proof agains the bribe. rue the absence of enterprise among our merchants wie enjoy.
I hU not describe the agony of Wonzum.-The Richmond Star says, and and But who will be the
attempt From sources of information on which I The brandy pipe were bth brought, capitalists. is no saying
found an
the mother for the three ensuing days. She another relic of the classic age. wu entirely rely I state the fact, that fifty at least the tube of latter being put through the first to move in this grand adventure ? Who USEJ 8AYI.-Ter man does not-,-

*" agitated by contending hopes and fears. bat city, being a dog collar supposed to of have Aatvne of those who signed the Declaration of Independence ey.hole, the bowl was filled on the out side, rill ba foremost in connecting New Orleans mr useful what ayi do thl,until thi.he tries. A teen'sbilitieestretchlikeIndia.rubbentvriichadipt

La the night she awoke from sleep; seemingw eloDged to Julius Ci ar, from the fact were Masons, and the same history' and in this way the liquor was sucked up as the with Panama, end making the Crescent City now

hear the screams of her child calling upon engraredvpon it. > General of the drink cobler. It the centre of intercommunication with the which "p e
hit name informs us that every Major America serr i hardyneceu lemselves to the size of the foot on they.,
w mother for I Bat the time wore away Elliston's Ltlanlic and Pacific ? We
help tears at the levolutionary army was a Mason, save one, say, on coming t hemispheres pause to placed. -
-ud the third day came. How slowly did A F.ACT.-Manr people would drop do Utter to drop and that one was Benedict Arnold."-Ncict. ; hi Fred was found on his back ;- for a reply. may han b P .
the who
hou p...! The morning waned away; .ighi of distrew,

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;: :t\*\" : oniAe c.rnio--; for tho purpose of having an Interview with I From the Baltimore Patriot, of May. 28. a to the Texan forces, an-1 whim Walker informed THE"FLOSTDIAN..1 For past the Mexican nation
many years
him that the Texans had only hubetaconvule4
ottrICI.tL. Commodore whoso is The Fifing .
Conner squadron now
ArUlcrr-Uinglold. _. -. with intestine
t\ revolutions
''j\ We have receited at an hour too late fran at anchor oflT the harbor, and arranging with ) hundred men, Ampudia pompously replied :- :- ; :- vii and military commotions broi., from tad cS.

special remarks; them, the official ) him a combined movement up tho river. I We have before us a letter, dated May Does that audacious bandfull of men presumeto -. 'ALO J. feet in their ai.in te .
tin political
-- organization the
myself the lrieftimo at llth Camp opposite Matamoras," from an officer : follow mo into this strong place and attack .1 Juno 6, IW.1(3. ambition
frvm the War and Navy my Saturday o
jHitchcs Departments. avai commmt aspirant and the Influence
military of tIe
1' ? Yes Walker make
in the two rae yourself -
of who siys
\Vc lose time in laying before our read. report that -the main body army participated engagements pre
.; 'I aU i terminated content upon that subject, General ; they TERMS OF FIAJRIIMAN.FLORIDHW over the common people.they being more or 1 Its*,
ers. It will be seen that they confirm Eubstan. now occupying its t former position opposite which so gloriously our arms- "H TiE
connected with
i follow into hell and attack there. some one or of the .
the Matamoras. The Mexican I forces are almost The and La Rcsaco do la Pdlma. you you mita u.pirants.
tially accounts already PaloJo at
published : Saturday
Tus published every .
The influence of
disorganized, and I shall 1oe no time in investing \%? as ctizens of tho United Stales, we He was, with his comrades, then marched a THREE per annum, invariably in advanif priests ha perhipt
,- HEAPQlTARTfR ARMY OF OccUPATIoN, ) and military prisoner to the city of Mexico. DOLLAR within monthsof been paramount to that of all other* in
Matamoras: and opening tho navigation : f feel l prowl courage e, judgment or paid six prodacur
Point habel, Texas, May 7, 1Sli.SIR ) lamented Came FOUR DOLLARS if the unhappy state of affairs in that
of the river.I skill, displayed by the ComnnnderinChief At Salado with the Capt. the time of subscribing, or unfortunate rt-

: I respectfully report that I shall march regret to that Major Ringgold died of our gallant little army, the/heroic ron and Dr. Brennen, ho led the attack upon paid thereafter. Advertisement inerte at the usual public. The ignorance of the common people,tad
this day with the main holy of the army, to report the them and marchedfor rates. A liberal discount made yearly adverti- their blind devotion to their interested
the morning of (the llth inst. of: the severe conduct of those who more immediately represented guards, overpoxvcred leaden,
S open communication with Major Brown, and Texas when after all their horses eer. led them to believe themselves .
wounds received in the action of Palolo.. our own State, cannot fail deeply to ; eating up superior to the p..

throw forward supplies of ordnance and pro. With the exception of Captain Pagexhose interest us as citizens of .Maryland. I is our and mules, and living for days upon their 03-We are re'luete to state there will b no ser pie of any other country in the universe. Tie bombastic

visions. If the enemy oppose my march, in would is ('an erous, thp other: wounded officers purpose, in the present tuticf particularly to own urine, surrendered to the Mexican Generals vice in the Methodist Church on to-morrow, (Sun. ridiculous proclamations of the leading Jfcx-

whatever force, I shall fight him. Occasional arc doing well. In my report of the second allude to the fine corps Artillery .Vercier and Ortogo. He was again day.) ican Generals,Arista and Ampudia, is a specimen of

guns are hear in the direction of Matamoras, eng' "llnt, I acculently ommitted the name i which lately left our city, under command of marched to Salado, where, with his comrade, the influence which has hitherto operated on tU

showing everything is light in that quar of Lieut. Dubbiin, :3d infantry, among the Major otJ. This corps, frnm its IQII. ho was mado to draw in the celebrated black ffj- Our arrangements for an early receipt of the soldiery, the truth of which has been effectually, ,_

ter. officers slightly wounded, and desire that the station here, and from tho intimacy of its offi.ccrs I bean lottery, and every tenth man was shot. western mail, failed us this morning. We are not sipated whenever they have come in contact it& .
Yesterday the recruits under Lieutenant become 80I I Tho se that remained of the Texans were aware of the cauc, but trust to find it out and have ,
omission may be supplied in the despatch it. and men with our citizens, has American arms, either of Texian or United State
MePhail arrived here. After filling up the marched the Castle of Perote and time it corrected before our next i'"ue. We will have *
} to
be city
( I am under the painful necessity of I e. Identified with the civ: of Bailcll! as to troops. Their blocd-thirsty, vindictive condtct
companies of the permanent garrison, (A. 1st If the western mail on Saturday, if we should be obliged ,
r Its chief of Mexico. Here, while working on the streetsin
pnitinj that Lieut. BSake! topographical en. tu it an object of p.trlicllregard. when a weak, feeble enemy has submitted to their
arty and G. 4th arty.,) the remainder of the had that ho was struck by a Mexican corporal to send an express regularly to Chattahoochee.The .-
the along
gineer, alter: rendering distinguis.he.1 sr'icein jllioer, gallant Ringgold, during professions honorable treatment, is tn direct tvidence .
detachment, with its officers was placed under ] inho for not 'faster: xvhon with his western mail arrives there on Friday, 1? o'.
mr stall during the atlair of the Slh! inst., residence in cur muNt, InJ.ilc.llir xx-orking of their treacherous and cowardly spirit
Major Monroe's orders to assist in the defenceof he knocked down tho which clock, and reaches Tallahassee on Tuesday morn.
accidentally shot himself with; a pistol on the heart and confidence of our citizen" ; and spade corporal, The severe defeat and discomfiture, by Gen.
the depot. The men are to raw to take caused the to beat him to death. 105 at sunrise-a distance of only 4S miles. Ripid Tal.
und guards
defence. folloxxing the field efficient t tor
,. though garrison I has been quite ilpsihl! as yet to fur. : his command had anticipated f>r it honor in His life was a long time despaired of and up. travelling this. This:mail could be forwarded by a Grande-the humane and hospitable treatment

They will I be permanently assigned as won ni* detailed reports of our engagements with i time of action. Major Rinjigold was mortal. on his recovery, ho with two companionsscaled connection with the Bainbridge line to Quincy in his shown by G

a practicable. the ), or accurate returns of the killed I ly wounded in the battle of Palo Alto, and to the walls of his prison after nightfall, time to reach Tallahassee on Saturday morning.The prisoner-the respect our 11df.
enemy under orders of officers, to the
The four of the first infantry are our gallant
companies and wounded. O'ir loss is not far 'from 3 offi. the last retained the sam consciousness and an I mado his way to Texas, over a distance of

hourly expected and wi lie a seasonable re- cers and 10 men killed, and 13 officers and coolness which had characterized him at the more than a thousand miles. Before, howev. Malls-MIsmaLagement. property of Mexican citizens, after the captur o
inforcemeut. The shipment of volunteers We have been informed by a friend who has suffered their cities and villages, and disposition carry
frst lOt men wounded ; while that of the enemy head of his company. er, they got out of the country, they were

from New Orleans may soon be looked for.- i has in all probability exceeded 300 kid ; Lieut. Randolph Ridge, likewise a Marylander twice more imprisoned, and each time effected I that our package of papers for Madiso/i CourtHouse warfare upon honorable, magnanimous pria-

'fheir arrival will enable me to open the river their When he had reached Texas i failed to come to hand on Friday last, it ciples, cannot fail to excite the respect and high con-J
.. more th:1 tJOO have been buried by us on t tatwo succeeded to the command cf the Fly. ( (escape. a
vnJ I
r. ir O ntnuniC.Iinnc fields ol I battle.I ing 4rfiWy! UMgely dis'inguishcd Again, lie joined Capt. Hays, who, with should have done; but that it was sent further East, sideration of the Mexican people. The people of
I sir obedient
am, very respectfully"TAYLOR, your have exchanged. a sufficient number of himself in the IiNlf. Wats. We lave seen fifteen: others, armed with Colt's repeating stopped at Columbus,and forwarded by rtur mal Mexico have for years been kept in ignorance ofjtheir
servant, prisorcrs to recoxer the command of CaptainThorntcn. Col. Hankhcad's report of tho batie cf Lo. pit tols l fought 90 Comanchcs, and defeated The Sentinel, our informant states, had not been just right!. and ruled by a military despotism. /For.
Brevet Gen. U. S. A. Com
Brig. .g.
The ADJUTANT GENERAL of the The wounded prisoners have,been I dma I Hatchee! on tins illh January 1639, in them! leaving ;ill killed upon the ground.- heard from. In ordinary times, such failures could ced into.the army, deluded and deceived by'their
D. C. army tent to Matamoras-the xxounded officers on which particular mtMition is madetf his gal. Here Walker was run through the body witha be overlooked ; but, when such excitement and anx. military chieflains.kept in perfect ignorance of their

Washington, their rare: !,'. Geneial la Vega and a few lantry. Comanche spear, and his life again despair. iety prevails throughout the whole community such rights, and instructed believe the oeople of other

1lEtDQt'ARTtR' -.\RI o.' OCCCPATIOX, ) other officers }lux-e been sent to Xexv Orleans, During) the engagement of t the Stli, in which ed of. We now hear cf him, with 70 Texans, neglect is truly provoking. We trust i will be remedied countries either infidels or barbarians, it is not to b -,

Camp at Palo. .Alto> Tt-xa-s Max !t>. W. ) has lug declined a paroleanJ! willis\ rrpojted MaJMr Riniwolil! ..ts womnitd. In had his attacking 1300 Mexicans, and all perished in in future. wondered at that twit republic is so frequently convulsed -

SIR : I l.ave: the honor to rpor that I was to Maj.! (;I'n. (;:Iin". I am not conversant horse shot under him. "The follox'ing is an battle !ftit: himself and six others ; and then, County and ( ] with revolutions,or that their army is pot- i

met near this. place yesterday on my march with t hp usages of war in such cases, and beg extract from the letter before us : "The fourth (to crown his wonderful llift of daring, he cut We would respectfully.reduc to Ieetn Democratic s. sensed of so little skill or magnanim. Could the ]

from Point Isabel by the Mexican :foiccs, and that such proxision may be made for these slot of (lie enemy struck the horse of Lieut. 1mxay, single handed, into Gen. Taylor's fellow citizens throughout suggest the State our, to meet in Mexican leaders be taught better manners,less self- .

after an acfion of about 1 five hours dislodgedthem prisoners as may be authorized by law. Our Ridge, in the head, killing the mal to whomho camp from Point Isabel.-Xew York Globe. County Convention, either in mass conceit, and a small particleof honesty or principle,

p from their po, ion, and encamped upon own piisnners han been treated with! greatkindness was about handing the bridle. Shortly after from the different or by Delegates a :eat change would take place in tb character of
County precincts and select Del.
the field. Our artillery, consisting of two 18 by the Mexican officers.I Lieut. H. was detached with two pieces, C.v!TLn OK SAN JUAX Dr ULOA.-The the Mexican nation. For the good of society,for
to attend the State Convention be held
pounders and two light batteries, was the arm am, sir, very respectfully, to another part of the field xxhere Lo had hot X. Y. Coiner give the folloxving facts, in order egates at the permanency of free republican institutions,it it

chiefly engaged, and to the excellent mannerin Your obedient servant, that an opinion may be formed as to the Suwannee Springs on the Stco.Monday in July important that the war with Mexico should net
,'orc. next, to select a candidate for b
which it was manoeuvred: and served 1 our Z. TAYLOR.Bt. loss sulTired by the probable result of an assault upon Ver Cruz. cOld until this very useful Ies on is taught them.
FJJinfrtier' would that for Leon
success mainly uue. Brig. Cen.; U. S. A., Com'g. on this day was that of its a one Ceitainly nothing can be done until a much suggest County precinct Kept down by their priests and military rulers,th

The strength of tie enemy is believed to The AmrTANr ('E::1:1L of the army, man. The letter goes on to; say : The next larg-T 'force; is concentrated there than is at meetings be held to send Delegates to a Count; Con light of truth and freedom never reaches them-or

have been about six thousand men, with seven Washington, D. C. day we took up our march. Afler proceedu"! prej-ent in the ,vicinity : vention,and would respectfully name Saturday, the if it does, they dare not avow their belief its prin

nieces artillery, and eijrlit hundred cavalry. about live miles, an express came back, ordering : *' The fortress of San Juan de Uloa would! 27th inst.,at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, as the ciples. Religion and science are to obscurely

: His loss is probably! least one hundred kill. To 0 the 1'coplc oi Florida.F Lieut. Ridge to the front with his bat- I resist a very heavy attack-one certainly day and time for said Convention. taught to the large majority cf this unfortunate p o-

ed. Our strength did not excpcd all tod! twen. FTLLOW.CITIZINS : tery. He advanced and reported to the General : much more serious than that of tho French, to Militia Election

ly-three hundred, while our loss was comparatively <,r the purpose of enabling the Government : who told him that the enemy occupied |I which i yielded a few years since. The The election for Company officers in the several pie.It may be possible that the disastrous defeat ia !

trifliig-fuur men killed, three officers the road about half a mile ahead with six French squadron' then consisted of three large the battles has the .
.f the United: States to pro"ecut<; the war or I beats of the Sixth Regiment will take place on Saturday recent opened eyes of the people i

and thirty-sex men wounded several of the now existing bctxveen it aid the Republic of eight pieces!of artillery, and in great force, frigates and four 10mh'csseIs : the former net. We sincerely trust that the present and that offers of peace will b speedily made.

later I regret to bay that Major on each side co\'er" by tho thick: I anchored but little over point-blank distance induce We think this, however,
morta1) Mexico, Connies*, on tfm 13th )' last, chapparel.! emergency 'il such of our fellowcitizensto scarcely probable-it "i
t aJiJ, and Captain Page, -lib passed a law authorizing Pr off, Lieut. Ridge moved forward cautiously I about J 'fiom' the eastern face of the castle, and _the otter their services as "jl! tike an honest laudable require: several such drubbings to bring the leader* .
infantry, arc wounded. Lieutenant ; twenty yard ahead of his pieces, when Iomh'e els but little further. There were to their When satisfied of their
le\crc.\ other things: to call for accept the servicesof pride in aiding the higher authorities in seeming senses. fully impo-
I Luther, 2d artillery, slightly so. he few the mortars in the castle, but none in use, and not
xoluntecrs! not exceeding perceived a on read about 400( a thorough and efficient organization of the Militia tenry to withstand the prowess of American ,
any nlUhcr a.
The has fallen: back, and it i is believed than could be to
enemy yards in front. Instantly they opened their more c\'enteel guns brought will for This will be
ty thousand: to serve twelve months afler they throughout the State. The Conatitutioa require they sue peace. on
has repassed the river. I have advanced tltll: have arrived at the paco! of rendezvous, batteries on him : he ordeied a trot, and we bear on a single ship, and on the xvhole squadron !. that all Stall appointments be made: from the line such terms, we trust, as will benefit gate-

parties now thrown 'forxvard in his direction, or to the end cf the war, unless! sooner dUcharg- went up rapidly until within 300 yards, and only txx-enty-six, some of which were car. of commione; officers: this should be another inducement the improvement of the moral and social condition
and shall move the main body immediately.In then returned their fire. This continued with I ronades.
ed. for the most competent of our citizens to of the Mexicans, and a close bond of union betweenthe
the haste of this first report, I can only time } Of the French vessels, the Cyclops had
In pursuance' of this law, $tho President }has great rapidity fr some -they haxing be candidates: for a line office, and thus place themselves two American Republics.
: say that the officers and men behaved in the likewise infantry firing with them. We dK I two mortals, and in two hours she threw one
called upon the several States for the number in a position to receive those appointments.
most admirable manner throughout the action. volunteers deemed tocond'ictthc covered they were falling back-limbered up. hundred and eighty shells. The others did .Spoil Pary."

t I shall have the pleasure of making a more necessary and dashed ahead 150 yards, when we again their share. One of the bombs lodged in the Editors sometimes write nonsense, because,with
and successful
war to a speedy termination.- I Gov. MOSELEY returned from his visit to theWest .
detailed report when those of the different iJa i is called t for, and to far- saw them. We drove them back half a mile, magazine, which wa blown up, and about two last. IlLs all their scratching of the head and twitching of the
upon expected on Tuesday morning object was to
I commanders hal! be rcci5x-ed. Fo., only the Emat number of three hundred when Captain May rodo up and enquired of hundred men destroyed. After about six hours'fighting acquaint himself with the situation of affairs there, nose and biting of the finger nails, they can fore {

I am, very respectfully, and battalion Lieut. Ridgely as to their position, stating that the Mexicans yielded. Since that their brain to produce nothing better. They sometimes -
men, constituting one
eighty-five and to aid in the of the large amount of
; Your obedient servant, he was about} to charge. Lieut. R. told him lime the fortress has been thoroughly repair. protection indulge in rather gross pleasantry the expense .
of This battalion will of five
infantry. consist public' property, left unprotected by the withdrawalof a 4
Z. TAYLOR, of each including to wait until we gave thorn one round from all ed ; a new water battery has been added ; of public men, and sometimes fill op a
J Brevet Brig. Gen. 1'. S. .\., Com'g. companies: fcex'cnty-sevcn men He did thirfy-txx-o and forty-txvo have }been the United States troops. I was his intention,if
I oT.cers.llfliexing. our pieces. so, and then rushed forward pounders graph will light scandal, all for the want of something -,

I t The ADJLTA\T ( IMHAI., U. S. A., : that I mi) be cf some: service l to at Ibp head of his c\'alry-we 'folloxvingxvith mounted in place of the txvelx-es and eighteen; he PensDfola found it and necessary Escambia, to cal upon to the citizens immediately c. better to "fill up" the editorial column with. i

Washington, I). C. our battery at full gallop.! !May succeeded from twelto twenty heavy mortars have county repair But that one should beyond these of
I the country thereby, I hate determined to raise, } to the fortifications, and take charge thereof, go lit. professional
.. if I can, in obe licnce to lime call in taking prisoner (;erIral La Vega- been introduced, with several Paixhan pight- license, and week after week, rive otteronthe .
company until could be raised for .
HCJLDQtTATlTKRS AXM1' OK OCCUPATION, ) : the inch and is in the best troops that purpose. Fortunately
tld in command
and dro\e them fiom thing
guns every very to bitter abuse, couched in the loathsome 1
thus made: our State. I connot think there ance
_. Cacip at Resaca de la Palma7 ) upon their condition to resist attack. the day after his arrival a company cf U. mol
." :miles from Matmoru. will be the !Ica"t difficulty in raising the small pieces, but fltl'rpllfrriJly by their mus- an S armed from and the language-abuse,not solely of particular inciduw.
troops Tampa next day .
i 10 p. m., May !', IS 10. number required ofus. Surely the chi ralrous ketry. We reachfd (edge of the ravineas but of the whole people of a respectable party-i* j
Lieut. Ccl. CRANE
. SIR I have the honor to that I ha returned and saw two regiments about GEX. \RlsTA.-Tha Richmond Enquirersays arrived from the Rio Grande to
I : report and gallant: eons of Florida will never stand take the command the what we could not anticipate that any man would b
) marched with the main body of the army at ; folded: arms and see every. other state in sixty yards -at once halted, and as we : at fortifications, which has so mad as to do. in the heat of party contest,
1 \t1 .It is said] that Gen. Arista commanded the rendered it unnecessary for the present to send on I
2 o'clock : previously thrownforxxard were unlimbering our gun, their musketry,
to-aJ' having Union turning out its quota of brave volunteer passionate words should be sometimes used,they
; a body of light infantry into the fur and three pieces with us. Mexican army, and was present at the late volunteers. The ships of war Cumberland, Potomac :
1 *. xvhile! she! i is doing Already grape opened upon give no surprise. I ia what men expect. Much
. nothl knocked battle near Gen. Tax lor's A friend and John .Adam also arrived about the same
L \vhichcox-ersihc Matamoras road. When They over eight horses and 'five men. camp.
. hear of our ,that will be tolerated then, which, at other times, would
I the where I fun every part great HlpnlJ. We,returned their 'fire with double has given us some striking anecdotes of the time, and while th remain, there will be no further
near am now encamped,
f.1 \ spot mj the is refusing: to accept scni.ces vigo-ir be reprehended and even denounced. It i is different
i advance di that crossing thcI (u\'racnt and with tho infantry, after about minutes honesty 1 intelligence and simple bearing of necessity for volunteers. Their stay will,how-
J co\'er.J :ra-i6( of volunteers, because more present themselves twenty when there is no occasion for party excitement-
Gen.: A. For he resided at Cincintnli ever, be short, and should further difficulties arise,
road 1 Lad been occupied the with of the terrible! !: some years
enemy moo slaughter put th(1
9' by than the officers are authorized to ic- Moderation and decent restraint of the pen are then
: I I to the route.Ve 'followed but had and carried on the tinning business. the troops will be required. Gen. Canvas has called
artillery. immediately a ol not
I ordprtc battery eivt the paiticular states offering them. pur. expected. What shall be thought of a paper which
( f'om In the of Mexico he worked on the Governor of Alabama for two
sued city industriouslyin
'JOO when companies
(JcIJ artillery to position, flanking over yards, we came on their i -
. sweep It must not be Raid, and) I am sure xxill not bo, is conducted differently ? When the passions which
and it the .1 4th and 3th entire -took had his little tin-shop. Under the tarb cf modesty ,of volunteers for this service in case of emergency,
1 sustaining by : regiments on th" page of history, that'er other state in camp every thing they : alI cloud the judgment are no longer active, what can
skirmishers! to the and their ammunition, 9 pieces of and poverty he concealed an ambitious and an additional cal will likewise b made on Gov.MOSELEY. .
,deployed ai right i the Union responded promptly to thc four artillery, i be the malice which into the same course that
,1' lt1 A heavy fire artillery and of musketry country for men to defend Ler soil ald cal redress (. pack mules! personal baggage aim'!pri rate coin.muimications I! spirit. His very simplicity of life saved him Our volunteers should hold themselvesin they, when fully roused lea in all their tempestuous fury .
was 'for some time, finally the cf their Commanding: General from the etfects jealous! and domineering readiness for any service.
kept up Florida. Such
her blot
unti wrongs, except a would ? Let those who value the ,
,11.1 enemy's batteries were succession' I satisfied will tarnish her Arista ; his silver plate, etc., etc. Our ftrcl rivalry ; but, in the excitement of war, he was We regret that the Florida Volunteers," under suggest press
am never bright and hold it to strict accountability, these
..,I by a ;squadron of dragoons and the regiments escutcheon. was about laOO ; theirs about GOOO. ( called to tale command of the :Mexican Ar. Captain KFENE, raised for this particular service, a.wer

.::1 of infantry that were on the ground. He was Those who arc disposed to become members La Vega says ho has been in battles sir.ce his my. I He is said to be a mm of qualities vastly were disbanded. on Tuesday last. I was impossible, questions.
editor the Sentinel
The of must not be
l soon driven from his position, and pursued by of the company I am raising, xvill please notify boyhood, but never saw men rush up to the I superior to those of his countrymen.AN under the present arrangements, to muster them into when this is made. he i i. to forgotten unwarrantable
inquiry Apt as
of battalion of cannons' month did and conk! service immediately. But that their service will say
a squadron dragoons artillery, of the I fact letter : a our troops ;
I as soon as possible, by or hard of democrats,
j"t. 3d infantry, and a light battery to the river. otherxx} isc. Volunteers from of Florida not think it possible for artillery (to move u IXTERKSTINO: INTERVIEW.-Our readers be ultimately needed, we have little doubt. Had things prominent

Our victory has been complete.! ) Eight pieces ; sill be received until Saturday any part the 20th our batteries did. Lieut. Rifhrelv vas introduced cannot _have forgtten the minutes which they remained oranized as a Company, they would we never suspected that he would go 1 fa a to

t.ja of artillery, with a great quantity ot'amnv.ini. the month. On that day I have to to him a tho officer vmocomnmandeJ,; xve published! of an interview between (jren. have received the first call from the Governor, and breakout in open expressions, of contempt at what 4
tio.i, three standard, and some one hundred o that all xxho arc members, or wish lo the leading battery, of hose cfecti\'enci he Worth and Gen. Vega. It xvas held on the in the meantime could have attended to their business the people who compose the democratic party oft
$4 request We lost vest bank of the Rio Grande on the 23th of State might think fit to do,for the purpose of carrying
have been taken the latter particularly spoke. our usual.
j prisoners : among become such, will assemble the Court Housein company, a
: La and oh f 1 killed wounded with 13 ." March. Their next meeting was in this city out their principles. We looked, even from
Geerl \g3. several r officers. Tallahassee, when the company will bo or. : II0rc' We are pleased to learn that there are several

One general to have been killed. ganized, and a report thereof together with a We understand that in a letter to his family yesterday, when Gen. Worth called to pay Companies being raised. in various sections of the him, for language expressive of respect for the peel

The enemy has recrossed the river, and I arn tender of our services made to the Governor, Lieut. Ridgely speaks in tho highest terms his resp"cts to tho unfortunate Mexican Gen. State, a well a here. Those who first organize and I pie. We were mistaken. The dictates of prudence
will not molest this bank. cf the gallantry and coolness with which} he eral. Tho surprise of each must hax-e been have lost their sway with him for a time at let
lure again us on and through! him to the President cf the United report to the Governor, will have the advantage of
C r. Tho loss of the enemy in killed has been Slates.: was supported by Lieuts. Shover, Fremont, great at meeting under circumstances so dif. an early call-but none be received into service For once he is off his guard, and says things which
and French t fcrent 'from what either anticipated when they \i has heretofore kept buried in his bosom.
and of the deep
Our has been and intrepidity [
most severe. own heavy, promptness until needed. should plicy .
; S very I wo'ild! ads iso no man to quit his regular actually They organize, and ,
and I that cf the This indeed brave conferred together on the I banks of the Rio people desire a convention to nominate a
; deeply regret to report I ut. Inge, business, cr situation or employment mel. was: a hold themselves in redil .
girl any I battle and del Nortc. The short interval which had : candidate for Congress. The editor of the Sentinel
;: Jd dragoons Lieut. Cochrano, infantry, he be on account of hit having ly fought glorious victory, ant while e.
? and Lieut. Chadbourn, Sth infantry, were determined may to volunteer, until the with sincere grief xve lament the 1. those lapsed was preg-iant in events of the utmost Old .Jefferson In the Field speaks of those who desire this Convention a the

killed the field. Lieut. Col. 4lh company who it is with pride that we interest to each of them. Gen. Taylor pro. "spoils concern." He calls such a Convention
on Payne, contemplatethe .
,,, be not only completely organized, but Il We have received from the State Treasurer,BJ:. o
:tier Lieut. Col. McIntosh, Lieut. Dob- hat.", mustered into the service of the gallant behavior of tho sum'vors. This vided his distinguished prisoner with an unlimited BYRD, Esq., the annexed communication. Old Jefferson the people a"drill machine," and. thinking it such

... LiIS, ( infantry, Capt. hone,and Lieut. Fow. U actual). It may possibly happen that blended feeling recalls to our mind the famous !letter of credit upon his factors in this city is a trump. She is a prompt in furnishing a .humSug" and monstrous outrage e upon human

.'}4 !It.r, 5th infantry, and Capt. Montgomery, peace will bo concluded, or that the Governrnrr.t reply of tho English King when told of tho Messrs. Maunsel, White & Co., and in .the sin w5" of Government-money-as she will freedom, be can conceive of no object of its meeting

; Licuts. (;ates, &eldcn, McClay, Hurbank, and rmy have 50 nany \'olunlclT as to death of Percy in Chevy Chase." other modes endeavored to alleviate the necessary be the I sinewy" arms of her gallant sons if the but to accomplish some horrid plot. Ti bt

: Jordan, 6th infltrj were wounded. The need our berxices-or that, from some cause no Now, God be with him, said our King Irsagrcment of his position. country requires their services : the beginning. In his approach to a climax, h
extent of and wounded is notyet 'Sith't will no better be, We Iwarn that since his arrival here, Gen. will, ere long he did about a twelve-month ,
:. our kitd I we may not be actually mustered in'o! servicefor I trust I have within TREASURER'S OFFICE, ) a ago
:. :; ascertained, reserved for. a more some weeks yet. Therefore let everyman Five good my as ream. Vega has received the most abundant and Tallahassee,5th June, 1S46.- f in most choice and chaste English, characterize the
detailed Ilntre courteous attentions at the hands of General Cot S. S. Sibley Sir: SMITH SIMIII, democratic a parcel of buzzards." What
attend to his until the Eq. party
T report. ordinary a
a\Jcation Wo that the five hundroJ"
hope will! be Gaines, Gen. Worth and others both in civil and cx-oilicio Tax-Collector of old
The affair of be Jeferon what dreams what a
to.day may regarded a a day for marching arrives. All that our coun. pleasant thoughts delightful ,
' sought out by our Government, and not suffer and life. he introduced County, has just called at this cilice and a con.
.. .. proper supplement to the cannonade of yesterday try now requires of us i It. that we organize and ed to unrewarded. I military Yesterday was siderable amount of the Taxes of that County for clear stomach and health-giving appetite, and what

; !; ; and the two taken together, exhibit the Iw!!ourselxes in readiness to march whenever go at the St. Charles, by Gen. Gaines toGov. i IS 16. Wel done, for old Jefferson-she is always cheerful spirits and satisfied desires, must b the

, coolness and! of officers and I Johnson. The General speaks no oth. collecting and paying her revenue into and of reflection
k;: gallantry our men am irhcrcicr our services may be required. II. Walker. goodly portion heritage one whose
ca..calum.. than the but the the Treasury of the StatQ. Wh. will be next to
er language Spanish, through
I in tho All have done turn
most light. Very r so constantly upon themes like those suggested
favorabl ( respectfully officer is one of those rare spirits follow her ?
Ths aid of Dennis Prie\1r who acted
t iicir duty, nobly. I "'i ba my WALKER. h state of war will bring out from our I ter and conversation as interpre.took Respectfully,your obedient serv't., by the expressions quoted above, and whose mind i i

.5 :pride, in a more circumstantial report of both Tallahassee, June 3d, 1640.' citizen soldiers. His late unequalled conflict I, a pleasing lively BENJAMIN BYRD, fraught with images and figures so elegant IS i i. indi
+ General De la him
i .cctiona, to dwell upon paricula instances ofindividual place. Vega expresses State Treasurer. by such ,! he not to ?
with the Mexicans, in which he lost nearly self as extremely well satisfied with his cate expressions I b enie
position is considerable
distinction.It There a amount of State
.b in .Sick !" Prithee ,with
LAMENTED RINGGOLD. As scrip dog Buzzards !t. man
THE man under his command and his daring .
everything every and stated that he
felt if he
affords me peculiar pleasure to report that as was among the hands of our citizens,which would be no longer in line and
connected with any ono of our departed heroism in his to Gen. out vegetables? Our taste runs not that ,
: the field work opj>ositc Matamoras has Iu tain. heroes has at this time a peculiarly I deep l lor's camp, have cutting excited in way the public mind Tay.a his own JV.friends O. rather than 19th.as a prisoner of unavailable, if all the Tn.Colecor were equally God forbid that we should covet these our neigb
xvar.- Picayune
v' (ii itself handsomely: during a cannonade and interest for all, we extract tho following par. strong desire to know more cf him. He is prompt with our respected friend, Mr. SIMKINS, of goods out of mere envy of his enjoyment

1' m bombardment of ICO ours. But the pleasure ticulars from a letter received. hero from our the same gentleman so frequently and honorably On Monday last Governor William D. Jefferson. The amount of tax levied will not only But, really, it is to bad that s little regard

; it alloyed vxillj profound regret at the loss pay the present dues to our citizens, if promptly should be to the will and action of the people-
former towmman1.. P. Aubrey, dated spoken of in Gen. Green's journal of the Moscley arrived in this city. Oil Tuesday he paid
i 4. of its heroic and indomitable} commander, Maj. paid into the Treasury, but will leave a for their wish that Convention i i. to
Brasses Santigo, llth May, 1846( : Mier expedition lie is a native of Washington waited on by Commodore Latimer and surplus I is to satisfy a b

2 Drown, who did to-day from the eflVct of aihcll. ** In my last I WfOtf you that I expected a City, from whence he went into the \a Capt. Hollins;, of the Yard. On the necessary expenses of the coming year, a they held. They call it-demand it. Why peak o

I: 4. His b a severe one to theI fight. It came off and poor Major itimiggolddhd Florida war, where in several campaigns he the Go'ernor'isitrd the Wednesday was I! become due. This is a it should be. No State should what they thus do s contemptuously? I* it better

,i, Or\c; at any time, the army under my from his wounds this mor Jg. A more distinguished himself by his intrepid bravery. received with a salute Yar rank as Gov. be without the means to meet promptly all I legal to ac without consulting them I Have they no interest

. t. 4 unlen if indeed irreparable. One officer gallant officer there was not in the Army. I In 1812, he went to Texas, and during the ernor of the State of f'lorida-he also visited demands upon her treasury. Few States are unableto no will, no care, no anxiety about who shall

I :u one non.commiuioned officer killed and : have nursed him eer since bit fall, and broughthim invasion of that Republic, by Gen. Woll, he the different fortifications in our harbour. On do so, and we trust that our own bloe Florida represent tem in Congress? Perhaps the editor o

ten men woufde cotnprues all the casualties to this place only to die. If you know was marked for his bold and daring conduct. Thursday evening our citizens invited His will, after surmounting the difficulties attendant upon i the Sentinel think to,and think*,too,that nay man

I, I incident .ever bombardment. any of his 'friends, tell them he died like a After the Mexican General had retreated from l Excellency to a cotillion party at Jenk's.On .- her new organization, never b placed in a similar who choose to come before them and who happD

{*v I inadvertently omitted to mention the cap. man. San Antonio, and when he lay upon the Rio Friday morning tho Governor left in the condition. to b first in the field, i entitled to the o hi

f ; : ture of a large number of pack mules left in We have whipped the enemy at all points, Hond Walker and Capt. McCullough crawl. steamer Gen. Taylor fur Milton on his wayto -To those who -hold- our State scrip, we would say, party. We think otherwise-the people think otherwise -

; (he Mexican camp. but cur ,victory is dearly purchased. On our through his camp ono night and spied out Tallahassee. Our citizens, without distinc. do not sacrifice it unnecessarily. There should b and no ma.e what we thought,we would

I am, air, very respectfully, side there arc some thirteen officers killed and his position, and the next day with the gallant ion of party, vied with each other in paying money in hand t redeem it very loon. True, the respect what they ay.

I Your obedient servant, wounded, and about two hundred rank and Hays, led the attack upon his rear-guard. him that respect which i is due to the Chief Tax.Coleeof are not required by law to settle up Why is it that Whig editor* are continually callisff

Z. TAYLOR, file."-J/oitVc Adcertuer.MKXICAX He then joined the celebrated expedition a. Magistrate of our young State.-Pensacola with the Treasurer until the third Monday of November our party the" spoils party P* Why doe the Sentinel

BU Brig. Gen. U. S. A., Com'g. gainit Mier, and on the morning of that sanguinary Gazette, May 30. nut,but u the collection has already commenced, name the democratic party cf Florida the u spoil*

, I AWUANTGZYER.Loftbc, POPCLATIN.-J is said that of battle, Jio, with three others-being i we doubt not partial return will be speedily made. concern ?" Is it from love of using opprobrious epithets

1 Washington, P. C. 7,000,000 of 8ol, the populationof the advanced scout of the Texans-was taken An edict has been pasted on the walls of There can be no object on the part of Collectors to or is it because the spoils" are always np'

t Mexico, 4,000,000 arc Indians, and of the prisoner, and carried with his hands tied be. Rome denouncing the modern innovation of retain a large amount of funds in their hands any II permoat ia their mind i The "spoils P Why,

.. to IICAZ'QtYAITbI: ,I kbel: ,ABUT or OCPTIONl, i remaining 3,000,000, only 1,200,000 are hind him to the head quartet of Gen. Am. gaI.lgb; and ordering that all private gas- longer than a good opportunity offer to make a return what miserable employment to be'alwiy thinkinf

fc'm :. I(Point am making Tea I hasty visit to this place, whites. And fhete last are not to rrry white. i j pudia. The Mexican Geneial questioned him be suppressed. to the Treasnrer. II I I of the ipcili!" I* it for the pay, the "ipoil'

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kv i tice I 11 it fyt the Ioss of thi>' bald of e enemy, affording them-t onco a \ try It was bled at Havana that threould b no o 13 I T U .'R ,-. STOP THE THIEF Florida Supreme Court ICvporu.

the 8UCCCS of democrats ?- faclllte for its lebration. '1 heir food privateers fted to depredate Comml'r.l Departed this transitory life, in Jefferson County, Twenty-five Dollars Be ward.'AS JUS published, and for sale at this OCce, o by
P. A.
tb&t thtJ' rtpine ?" consists mainly of the tortilla or corn-c1t baked of this count Florida, on the 20th( day of May, 1316, after a shot ''T stolen from the undersigned or 9 .
about May
,why web aneternal ding.dong .spoils i mashes, and beef, with which they use large qual illness Mrs. ELIZABETH, consort of y y the night of the 27th inst., a dan 18 <'
but ,
people were to elect them to office, they tte of chi. Colorado, or Mexican red pepper. Fo the Floridian. severe _J _bay HORSE, six years old, fourteen had Gold Pens.

I the the same pay thai democrats reatMj They also use extensively for food a small read bean THEORY OF THE TIDES. Col. Wm. R. Taylor, in the thirty-fifth year of her and a half high, with a slender ta. At the 1UST

ould take very callad/ri/o/a/ &.c. She was an affectionate wife,a devoted mother, his back was he rffive. per Ets Eeline. two dozen. No
age. that he stolen wa
im- Mr. was ,
it is most ccrtain that they spare no Editor: On Tuesday evening lat, I was pre- a a> 1 with .n.er ad pencil ; Coral
cfe i themselves brought into the as- Thee is much truth above ; but the Mexicans sent at the Methodist Church of this place, and and a sincere and kind friend; and has left a husband tender fote. his lore feet having and has recentlj slight Beads Necklaces, and Armlets ca,for sale br

to have where the : have shown great courage in their battles with our heard the lecture of Mr. W.TI upon the true phi- and five small children to mourn their irreparable shod. le a coed harness horse thief carried May 23. 1816.t P. A. IIAYWARD.Just .
prunie The
Then, where isthe point, I losophical cause of the six hour flux and reflux of marks lie collar on his nlk.
gallant little All have seen, loss. saddle -
accounts we (quilted
'frit" uch talkl when the! seck most zealously.', army. the ocean. The prevailing theory on this subject, away, at the same. time,a new Spanish Received l>y J. K. Fortune
and especially those written officers in the Amer. leather cantle) and .
which by to wit: that these motions the eat deep are seat and black pateut .
at times,for the very thing pro At the Phuenix ui
reward Baseline
lien to\nfannel ica array)', speak in the highest terms of the enemy duced by the attractive influence of the Moon, was JEFFERSON COUNTY the rein of the latter much eaten by rat A : dinjper biig [rpm
pretend to cry down ? The people think dcmoatic controverted the lecturer,and the theoryadvanced Tax Collector's Sale. of Twenty Five Dullun will he paid for the apprehension lew :
strongly by
they 1 I saw thorn shot down Major Ringcold Java Fresh
Sid and saddle Malaga .
the most fit tp by, and i is and delivery of the thief, horse Cc.fe r..in.
that this oJ nature
great phenomenon law
b in I
principles o\rne virtue of vested me by ,
on his dying bed, I them fall before the authorit Ten Dollars for Almonds Butter and ,
saw BY this place,or Sn"sh.l'd S
the und Tsigndat
elect democrats to office, and pay them forte properly referable to the diurnal motion of the earth trpo e >r sle', before the Court House t < Crushed

therefore perform. These men talk as il shot of my artillery : I saw the rank thus broken from east to west. It wa> argued, with much. force door in Monticello, Jefferson County, on the the Lore: and saddle. alone. R. E. LITTLE. Olive Oil, Brandy Chmies upr. ;

service they filled: up by others, who in their turn were shot and perspicuity, thatthc rapid motion of the earthon .
Lrn. S fine Northern
for the First in December n-xf Sirups, ip. Flwur
there.'and Monday 4
plr. I"I 1-VV &R.I"
office May ,
put tbemhe Quinry
in lown." Three time were the from the its axis, from west to cast, would necessarily produce : chewing T.b.cco. mall and large
tOe plundering the people. !i so ? Lot the I } dri\'l1 an apparent current of the ocean in an ulpoite the following property. or so much thereof a\i] Aolirc. PIurs.\tr !superior May 23. IS 16. 41
pose o : hpttery which the gallant May charged so impetu- the due said .
indeed! Out with such din"tion-th fluid portion of the globe pay tax on property :
.Spoils, will
date I
answer. after present my
people. hypocritical clamor ; it sounds disjunct. lusly, and three times did they' return and mac it. less rapidly tow.dthe. east than the solid portion, v iSEiS3iTlR4S&Econtning9.tIacrs.EhSE4S3lT1fl4s&: SIX months vouchers,and make application to 'account. Notice. .

: off-hush jour Their dracoons charred our ranks, and though repulsed thus heaping up the waters on the side of all I E. 79.9l"LOtNo.2S23.T2R4N&E for letters of
wes den
u is Probate of Gad County months after date I shall
Jiulre of my
in one voice crying, U fcJIX preM-ct fa
; I this of : 115 1 .
and )
douMe-toice great oceans, seas gulpln, by resi.tanct
they charged For five hours Ihe dismission administrator on the estate ot Daniel account andourhers to the Hen. Judge cf
touch this thing" in another, We alont a'in. the waters to this rapid eastward motion of the globe. 3SrlT2R3N&L': 101 a hI
unholy to late of said County. bate in and for the of JdIern. and
deceased County
( fr.rced to G. Smith,
continued but at yieldto "
fight they were last The flow tide on the eastern shore of 1 1s2T2R4N&E, 41.1 .
without sacrilege. To \illify another continent J. DAVIS Adm'r.
touch it H. for a discharge Administrator of the estate of Joseph
superior skill and In thin is the glory thus plainly accounted for. The flow of the watersin 1 1S14T2R4N&Eo 145 a
u with all bravery. 4:1T1NE1'AXCS: fm late cf said Count, .
what :>ou are trying your f b 4&fS,1'.R4N&r:, irsJ"ii .itI! _% in, IS-t- Manning dle2:
fordoing direction jr %
Had broke and at opposite was :t.
to the American arms they fed a ROBERT C.
pught to do, is i a too glaring piece of fully. Then. Watts in a manner e pmall satisfactory namelyb\ 1S ', T2It4N&E, 'I It" I HUR.

of it, il t you would have the people respect tlt; fiM fire, there would ha*e been no honor left the principle of gravitation: b> which tlt water 5, S 7, T2RiN&E'a J p2 .e IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the underIN Jefferson County May 16.1515. "43 61

: BO more to the tictors. But it is to their honor that they thus ;the side continents and I" .5OTR4N&E: ltu \JOTICE
do not look l upon the holding of heaped up eater signed, collector of the State and County taxes Notice.
i !ou. Democrats stood and fought well, and the of those battles the western t-dse of oceans, &c., would necessarily 1, S 30, T 2, R 4, N 4. E, U3 1 of.Lon State of Florida, attend
them The do. reul for the county wil to poiU. Whigs .hal present
entitling }: bOSO
nat.nallcvel that is, to ,
How back find ,
a with renown to its resumtits at the times for the
I. ofct covers the American army imllrih.ble at the followinz places honorable Judge ol Probate in and for this
of as a privilege to enjoy form tie surface of the 1 4S3i.T2R4N&.E: 1
power original on
speak party spherical
Punctual respectfully re- County of Jefferson, final account and Toucherss
Tty the to beware of those who -though outnumbered three one, ro Mr. Watts itatrd that he had inn ned a ma 1 3, S :n, T 2, R .1, N&.E, 111.50 year l"lli. atendar.Ce my
We lob.
beg people Administrator of Nathaniel Sanders,deceasedand
ipoii- and driven from the field in overwhelming this 2 S31.T2, So"ii qu..t-
t which illustrated on me- ,
wa o'efwred chin. perfectly theory R4X&Eu Lake Jackson, on Monday -
thus. Watch them them down. At e :Iono' near hall then apply for letter* of disrnijaion as such
cOely-Jep that it not in his 3. KIjing >
dun ---- defeat. chanical principles. regret was S31T2R.IX&Eu 1st day June, from 10 o'clock, a. m until 12o'clock Administrator. WILLIAM W GOODMAN.
to exhibit this incenious machine to his audience I on the Lake, joining Gov. Moscley, Messra.Doggett .
Merit Rewarded.We power m. Jefferson County, May 9. l4G. 42 )m
._ __
stated he has done scvcraLothcr and Rouse : said lands entered by .
Correspondence of the Floiidian. as lie on : oc \wrl At Reuben Manning's,on Tuesday,2d day of June, - "
learn from the Washington Union, of the 27th Charles Willianiscn,and purporting belong to him.Lot Notice.
WASHINGTON CITY, May 27!! 1SS', casions. from 10 o'clock, a m. until 4 o'clock, p. m.
ultimo, that President POLK, a noon as he receinedocia.l The excitement is still kept here. A balalion. Mr. Watts mentioned various author who have No. I, S-23,T l, R4-,N&.containing K5O. acres. At Byrd'd work shop North- of the lamonia Lake, S JIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon. _

information orthe glorious victories ol the war will up leave this L'is-' advanced and maintaine the theory of the Moon's 2S27T2,114N&.E, lls.50 on Wednesday, :ul day of June, from 10 o'clock, a. Jud:e of Probate, in and lor the County of Jeferm ,
under Col. soon
down to thereat said to belong to Farrish Carter, lying on Miccosoo- ;
influence in respect, tram Pliny for letters of administration u de bon; .
time in the hero of until l'-J o'clock, rn. non
rewarding will lt
lost ;
tJ and Mh, no trict for the Rio Grande. Gen. Scott attas m
; Sir Isaac Newton, and from him down to the kie Lake near Wirtallntation. At Pi-igah Church, on Thursday 4th day of June, (n the estate of Everett White, late of said &>int,,
those fizhtsrto the full extent of his constitutional soon as he can get ofT, for the sarrndstmation. present time. He did not, however,cite any authority S W 4 of Sec r &E, containins 15'! .S7 from ) o'clocka. m. until! o.dnck,p. m. deceased. THEOPHILUS BEATTY. :

The Union says : There is. however some prospect before list the gallant for the theory advanced by himself, but entirely acres; r i, S E jS ,, 1, -, S&. containing At Ueard's( Store, near Miccosookie.on Friday,Stli( Jefferson County May 16, IS-lf 43 ct I
power Tajlor will have!dtle the matter Sut pets and itinerations, ;o.ci 1 acres, entered b Thomas Wrightjoins I';th
relied his own arguments > until o'clock,
"Inetnformitv with his wi411rs and his dutv.. lit upon of June, from o'clock, a. m.
day :
'u..v.-nominated to the H-iite of the United here. The death Major Rins:uld! w ho_was. wel which I admit were \'r: cogent and satisfactory.Mr. .- Section, and aid to ht long to the estate of1)ado. 1 III the Circuit Court of the

"ttMday the rank of Major General; hy brevet, in known I.ert and for sometime resided in Watt seems tievc-r to have read the tract of the The above .ands to be sold to lay the County taxes I p.m.At Roach'sX Roads, on S-tturdayGth of June, MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUNTY.IN .
lie fine officer .
Statr has quite a sensation was a and taxes
\ produced : the County
his sub- 1SI3
) for aiidlsll.aiid
Great philosopher. Sir Frar.cis Bacon, on until 4 o'clock, m. .
the army of the United States, Zachar> Tajlor, now noble! f How I from 10 a. m. p. CIIANCFIIY.Ikteseetu
and a < which he might have quoted in strong corroboration for 151:1.Also th< June, ( 10
s mona
Bricadier General, fsr hi; gallant! Conduct 'Jtt At Fort Stansbury, on Monday
brevet Mr. Denton has been suv William Bi-llaTy,
a In the Senate, making : and of hits iew.s. Thetract to which the f-. owilb' to the State and County
services in ucrtssn e \'ictone support % lay o'clock, a. m. until I o'clock, p. m. :
tad tilt lie has himself of UelloiID dscM.
dltlishr ,. the of his great spctchcs. planted I I refer published in La'in sonic two hundred taxes for ISMt I viz : Tu day ol June, from A. }.
andResaradela was I At Fort Braden, on .day,
vreT superior forces at Pal All OE the Oregon ijuestion at -4'-! and all who know and before the great astri nomicaldiscoveries Lot No. ii. ii fractional Sec 31 1, T 2, I R 4, N &. E, o'clock!tl plaiuant. Bill for foreclosure
thirty ; until 1 m. r.1.r'l
Palma, on th<-Mh : da)1 oj years ago 10) o'clock, a. m- p.
I .. of
know that lii- maintain his re- Ma'colm' Gilchrist and contains MJacres, t mort
him !
wil position. of Sir lsfic Newton, and before that entered by be in attendance at the Court House
will also
tak rank such Irom the last mentioned .
l"tn;, to a There 11 Rowles, Executrix i.c.eph .
May men. I Miry
andunanimously card Benton a.one our very gre-itest great man had written cr ad3uciilantheory of the and joins Dr. lermany's plantation. in either in person or by deputy.A. gage .
diy. Th.f\nominatipn was immediately, IS not a stronger man in the s:.te. A.a part manic tide Bacon's tract has since Ix-en translated: into The undiviced 3J of the following land f urportineto ldhas"etloi! A. FISHER, R. Rowles
d b the
robrm< > s'natc. ident nominated j"i no longer useful ; his Iccl'ltricitil' in politics English! and in that appears in the third Ix-lonjjtD Henry "'. Peebles, to-wit : .chcriITanti ex officio Tax Collector. al., DtlrndantlJ

.We (; also, that the make it unsafe. to rch on him. He has not, however volume of lanpuaJt. of the w.rltf that The N E 4.S i 1 W .fW i SE.i, and S W 4, 1 G. 1P. who tdltun May !
f'aptain Walker, of the Texan Hanger and the least svmpathy with the Vhis. Bf-nfoil's illustrious MOIltapue.j, commencing at j.aze ;,2':>.- Sec 3u; the N W Sec 31, T 1, South of R 5, E., __-_ 1. affidavit of complainant that the defendant, said

has ditinIshr himself on't'r.l. occasions, the mad i i4 poweiful ; his mental encrgu-s arc superior I Ito Allow me to extract, a few passage* Mom l>acoii on said to contain213 acres. Nollrr.SIX Mary Rowles, Executrix a* aforesaid, resides out of

particularly man< '* and actions on almost every obstacle: his arguments are of the'. this in which Mr. Watts' theory is Also the following lots in the town of Moiiticello : months after date, I shall present my final the State of Florida, and in the State of Virginia :

Rio Grande,a a captain in the new regiment of dra heavy' ordor. tov weighty to be easily remo\td. The !subject set forth, notwithstanding the true nature\ct Nos. 1C, 11, G-land OH, owner not known. and vouchers as the Administrator of It is Ordered, That the said defendant da appear and

JlnsTh..reader will perceive from the complete in private calender has been receiving considerable. ct- clearly the diurnal motion of the earth:was not then fully No*. 123, ll, 133, 131, belonging to John F. Josiah Woodard, deceased, and apply to the Honorable answer said bill within four months or the same

in this corps,"a.published tntion.The understood. The tw o first sentences of Lord D cOts Tucker. Judge of Probate of Madison County for letters hall be taken for confessed : Provided, That publication

the present number of the "Union, that Ca-t. W'b.nomination National Fair i is the centre of attraction, and ebb and flow of I the sea '' are fcIloss :- SMITH SIMKINS[ of dismission the Administrator of said estate be made of this order in some newspaper print
: the a
has .this day been ronfirir J by, the Sen certainh the exhibition is grand. 1 was much surprised v:on a Skfl. arid t:fffieio Tax Col. Jeff. Co. : WILLIAM S. WOODARD. ed in the city of Tallahassee, once a week, for four

ate.The take at the quantity of goods exhibited. I know The inn stition of the causes of the ebb and June C, IS-l-V 4-(, CmLeather. I Madison County. May 23. 1? I to. -H Cm months successively-
of the United States some
President (,1 f no branch ot industrj that ha not here a repre- low of thVsea, attempted l h> the ancients and then Dated 12th lb":15tftSi
early opportunity of testifying his high respect tot Mntatie. Silk in al its chanzes from the worm resumed the moderns but rather Jrit- 1836. ( ) GEO. W. MACRAE.
other officers in the army of GeneraLTaylor. handkerchief wool neglected, by Leather" Oak S. Cir: M. C. for Gadsden Co.
dres in
distngishe eating the lea to or ; feted awa than vistuiously azitated in a variety ot )AND, Harness. Upper and S.It I WHISKEY Judge presiding

from the unwashed fleece to su] crb cloth : cotton opinions. is general!} with a huxty anticipationdi: J tanned, fQ sale by M. L. BAKER. t'O'R BARRELS- MONONGMIELA the above M. D. PAPY, Solicitor for Complainant. 'i.

We are pleased further to learn, that the order for manufactured. in all its ways.. .ft metals, too, arethere reeled to the .Moon, because of certain correspondence June, IMfi. 4'1' tf I I \\ ,.
Gea. Scott to proceed to the Rio Grande, has been : glass of every p.oiblfrill; and color; )* between that motion arid the motion of that .: date-warranted unsurpassed by any ever I. R. HARRIS, Clerk! S
walnut, ', &.C., most brought to this market For sale by May Ifi, 1"-I. 43 4m
cabinet work, maple
countermanded, and that Maj. Gen. Taylor will be a-h. cherry orb. But to a careful inquirer, certain traces of the NEWYORKPRINT I. STARR. LLOYD
i is &FLAG.
wrought. A steam purlins away coiclu.sions.
richly engine truth are apparent,which naj lead to surer
left to prosecute the work he has so nobly began. arid working a dozen or two articles of machinery, ." WAREHOUSE. May I 0. I 1S-10.- 42 _ A Safe and efficient

Later from Europe. a loom, a corn! jnill. tanninc machine, cutting inachinc The author, after speaking of the currents of the PRICES REDUCEDAT A PlToC L A 71 .\T I O X Remedy for Worms,may be fonnd i nJr.) Woodruffs

*, &.C.; &.c. The bUilding is i well arranged and ocean, and various eccentric tides, waives their investigation 1t1EC.
The steamer Great Britain arrived at New York ishted with portable cas The place is denselycrowded and adds : THE EXTENMVE ESTABLISHMENT FUR Yot

from Liverpool on the 2Mb ult.. after a passaze if and hundreds ari.t and depart dailv Seve-in .It is the second, the great six-hours or diurnal PRINTS ONLY I BY r'IIE above preparation for Worms is a very 1
twenty days. She brings adnrC only a few dajs the rezular and extra train from BaIimorf. motion, which we ,propose for the present as the LEE BREWSTER -L tain remedy. It has advantaged over many :
of ,
later, but of a cheering character in a commercialand ral tables ot fancy goods are { { ; one uncipal subject and aim of our discourse, treating & other preparations for Worms, from the fact that it
the I observed what I thought were two polished arId fr they STREET, NEW YORK.
of the others only incidentally so &I 44 CED.-U with to child of
anbegiwn perfect safety any
had advanced -
of Cotton and but I
point view Washington "
political busts
mr1I' l'ranilU contribute to the expiation of that PRINTED C.\ other Medicine
Iloton. THIS of LCOEnearh' age ; nor is it necessary to give any
about a eighth of a penny and trade generally on enquiry, they. were c soap. The After contendilC awl. a: 1 \ery clearly all SOCK;purchased fur cash with it, or after it, as it operates upon the bowels,

a favorable aspect. The falling off in the receipt deception was complete.The pro\[ ilg, that and flow of the six-hour tide 1': AT GREATLY REDUCED I'WCE" are offered carrying away the Worms and cleansing the bowel
"ort dedicated their Hall
Odd Fellows new on and not of elreation and denrexnwn I
of Cotton, since last ]ear, was a fraction under hundred members cf the Order a motion progresion at from of unhealthy secretions at the same time.
Monday. SCH'ra ; : and alter explaining why the water ebb Cents Per Yard A trial ef it, ve think, mil give satitfnrtion to
through street- with 1 to G
bales. several
in our
400,01 marrhrd procession and flow on the opposite hrl of Europe and Florida BROWN ont. It may not cure eveiy case, but such is
The British Government has entered into a contract bands of music. The dedication addres: was at the same. time, b\ reason of the great motion LOWER T70.V THE PRICES OF APRIL.fjCJ BY AARON V. our any continence in it, that-we are willing to warrant
delivered bv Mr. Giles, 11 C. from Baltimore.: the Atlantic from west to cast, from wider to narrower of the State of
with the British and orthmerican Royal 101. aflair. ot Purchasers are guaranteed the pricesandalowanct Governor Ttmtltt. its brnffitting ia every instance, or the money will
The Odd Letee at ni was a flow
\ the waters to
Mail Company, the effect of which is to secure a understand that, the President ha Babe, parts necessarily) forcing made for a given ll.rio. To all who shall see these Presents-GREETING : be refunded.
I pardoned to each bank or shore at the same time, &, BtconIJroedl CERTIFICATES.Dr. .
daily)- that
communication between Li\-erpol.uld the the It he is in a low *tar<- ol health. Pfjr: (renewed corrtte T \I7HERE-, It has been made known to me
tctekly pirato.
appears : ; -are placed hands of! \ V certain JAMES DINNING stands charged with n'ltodrvff? Dear Sir : I have had a negroschild
this unfortunate regulating prices
United States. Great interest for the. fate of man .Therefore, leaving the moon,let us inquire concerning a time. Not knowing
buyer, and sent with good ordered.Junc6,1M" committed a foul atrocious murder on the that has been sick for some -
manifested in New York. all the having
We hare only room for the fallowing n.trac on has has made Breiet Mijor General other {correspondences ; and fr.m that the 40 ly luth day of November, l45, upon the body of WILLIAM what was the matter with it, w e had pretty much
Tajlor it
the certain
oi hlcarenlybodies
this A ben motions NORMAN late of our county of Sumner, given updoing any thing for it ; hew ever, aa alast
the relations between country. in consideration of gallant conduct. II,- has tore is 15. ,
and accomplished
the shortest
El.ndand diurnal motion is ARRIAGE AND TWO NEW HARNESSES fox running at : resort, concluded to try some cf Worm
we your
is i
was by the papers to be out ol iuite a favorite He will get ate, of thanks the least of that is, in the space ottsentsr.fnir C 135. to. has tied from mstice, and now lace be"
period of Apply Worms that
rupture belie\'e ( .. If thriild I continue successful.he HI tml. sale at the low price $ I Now, theretore, I. AARON V. BROWN,Governor Specific, thinking it probably might
Times the* American notice from Conrr s 1f hours. It is in harnwl.with J. R. FORTUNE.
the question. Tbe sJ'S White tleref"rf June ( 1lO. 41 aforesaid, bv virtue of the power and authority in lad reduced it so much-accordingi* we commenced

improves the prospects ol a speedy} settlement.It may one day (iccu-j; ha the ins a lous.lf the honor this, that the motum of \llc1ve inquire which should is as me \stcd-d.> ; herein offer a REWARD OF FIVE civ i i ing your Specific,"(which,by the bye.you have

\V4shinstotiians. are slla. yet three times shorter dilr.1 one, FLORIDA MILITIA, i all formerreward named,) when, astonishing to tell, it commenced
which QUARTERS, DOLLAIIS hereby revoking rightly
reoni,in general term,the basis upon on the Rio; Gr.md-. Capt May, who capture Gen. referred immediately to that hichi is the HEAD HUNDRED ( and continued for
Worms doing
alone such a settlement can b attempted, and, by de la VI'ga, is a nathe of thi.city; : worth, thnoble shortest ol llhe Heavenly ones," .c.moton", ..c.rhcrl ADJUTANT Tallahassee fESERJL'S; 2Gth OFKICE May, 181C. )> ;offered said)James to any person or and persons deliver who him may to several days passing,until it had, passed more than two so hundred

putting a end to the period of joint occupancy, it Texan Ranger, was for man years a ) fore, tl.il belief sinks deep into our mind, and looks been made the See- apprehend Sheriff Jailor of our linninl' of Sumner, in or- some of them a foot or more in length, others
lit i is of by
this citv. a having
mechanic motion is of REQUISITION
in natl'e oracular truth that A
llrylmd. ,
prepares us to maintain to the fullest extent the a- it were an : Vol. of War the GO\'trol of Florida for den that justice in that behalf m"ay b had and exe- twisted and knotted together in hard balls, so that
diurnal & J.X upon
same kind with the motion, retary without cutting them
Our by the President, tlt consist of five cuted. they could not be separated
rights we derive from present occupation. position Appointments Battalion of Volunteers, to compa-
: r i25-C. one valuable
,p. whereof I have hereunto set Knowing that a Worm Medicine, BO
a< claimants upon a equal footing with the Ey and with tie udeire and consent of the Senate. Bacon. on page 5-'S, illustrates this opinion as fol flies of Infantry, to be employed their services in the service shall be of the Is mv testimony hand and caused, the Great Seal of the apart.as yours has proven to be.would be u<*d by hundreds,

United States for the partition of the 'hot territoryin Resulted, That the Jtt advice and consent lo low : United States whenever to the required lu >J State to be affixed at Nashville,on the 21st if they onl> knew of its virtues,I have concluded to
rather strengthened than weakened by the following appointments in the army of the United .The third inquiry) rtmains. Whence and how ; public notice thereof hereby given ofril, l,1ii. give you this certificate that all may know where
Governor is fully day
dispute The
i Stales in the regimentf mounted riflemen, or arisfth that reciprocal action of the tides, once in patriotic|people of this State AARON V. BROW to find a medicine that can be relied ott.JOSEPh .
the abrogation of the treaty, and we cannot doubtthat third regiment if dragoons, a authorized l-j t the act six hours, which c"incidt with a quarter) ot the diurnal satisfied that a public announcement of the call suirrcY.

the Ministers of the Crown will be ready -, and appro*e
upon the reception of the notice, firmly) and explicitly 1'ersilVr: F Smith, <.1 t Louisiana, to be colonel. adverted.r To understand this, let us suppos- the patriotism of h r citizens to ensure an immediate :
Fremont of the to be lieutenantcolonel. whole was covered with tester, a" in the gen- of volunteers sufficient to meet the requirement
the Cabinet of flob I
declare to Washington
that the
to 'ht conceive the as forming a of the United Mate; and
eral we Wter' the Government .
wife is belieed to be with him.He that 1 have made of Dr.WordrufTs -
Dinninc's This is to certify, use
those rights are which they' have long been resol- and unbroken would always roll in hostilities now existing the United I S.iJ
to major. actual 1..t\et1
Gft-ree S. Burbridgc.cf Kentucky, complete globe
black on in several
b of their i has colored his hair la a scar Ililef I Worm Specific" in my family cases
S Ted,and prepared to maintain.'" That's saucy, but William W. Lfrlj of Florida, to be captain :progression from east to west each d.i) to a c'crtal Mates and Mexico will suggest necessity: i fore' finzcr; about two inches long, ranging I with the happiest effect. In one Case it brought

-nous verrons. Winslow I'. of Ohio, to be captain. extent ; not certainly\ a great space, on account of immediate organization preparatory? to being mustered !' finder towards hU wrist, has blue eyes fair skin, isabout immediately some fifty IVarmt of the kind

Walker, of Texas, to l captain. the remission and deliberation of that motion a it into the service of the United States. I, eleven inches high,weighs away but its remarkable effect was
and most
ten Ateande
from Smith' European Timts, > "atlel five feet or called *-
Hilme l \I.!. I! of Kentucky be approachrs the earth, feing the waters were IK Each: will consist of one;captain, two either
Henry Pope captain. company about l i;;)or TO pound,has an upper out,( exhibited ia another case, a girl of rather delicate
The Oregon Notice. Georze B. Crittcnden, of Kentucky), to b captain. where obstructed or confined. Let us suppose agaIn lieutenants, four fcergeanU, four corrall two musicians an tooth or the next to it,) and his mouth health, who complained pretty constantly of her

Yesterday, the important intelligence came to I Stephens T. Mason of Virginia, to be captain. that the whole land was an island, and that it and sixty-four pri\ tt. man will be received II sticks eye out a little when ole talking. He also has two abdomen Being satisfied that she had been troubled

hand that the Senate, after nine weeks discussion, John S Simonson of Indiana, to be captain. extended longitudinally between south and Icrh.awl under the rank of eonimis.i.>ned officer under, whois I scars on his feet, caused by an at; one was rather with Worms of some kind,we administered the"Specific

had come to a division on the Oregon notice. The John Backensto33 ., of Illinois, to he captain. which conformation and position most restrain in years apparently over forty-five or .ilh- I between his big toe and the one next to it, ranging ," and to our astonishment, it brought from her

subject is to comprehensive in its features, too Bela M. Huzhe of Missouri, to be captain. obstruct the motion frrm east to west, tre think that t.en.or \ho is not in physical strength and \ toward his ancle and the other one was on the inside a number of pieces of Tape H'orm, from two to

pregnant in its consequences, as regards the peace of Stephen S. Tucker, of Arkansasto be captain. the tratet would keep on ;1 thnr direct ami natural The companies wi be organized under the existing of:his foot, rinsing from near his ancle bone a six or eight inches in length Since that time, her

the world, not to excite the most marked attention ; Benjamin S. Rolx-rts.of Iowa,tt he first lieutenant. course for a time, but revetberattd by the shore laws of this and "i be received from shall anY I little toward his toes. He is about 2S years old. health has considerably "improved; and I have no

and, accordingly, tbe daily par have leaders" ThomasEwellof Ttnnesaee, to be frt lieutenant. of that island, would roll back in equal interrals ; part of the State .As soon as each company His wife is a woman of good countenance, has doubt but that the Medicine has relieved her of that

tot it, in which the present and future bearings of Andrew Porter, of PenusKama, first lieu- that there would bo, therefore, (..1 oneinflux 01 the be organized, they will be enrolled and reported by blue ,fair skin, rather dark hair, and a little in- much to be dreaded Worm The Specific" is in

this new move are clearly dud graphically pointed tenant. sea a day, and in like manner only. rj': f.fu; ,and I the commanding officer thereof lo the commanderinchief. dined tjes to be fleshy. She is abut 23 )years old.- high repute in this place,and is without doubt a valuable

out. Our American readers will be struck with tit Michael E. Van Burcn, of Michigan, to b first that to each of these about tweh IWUt WOUU be The Governor repeat his relum-e upon When last heard of he was riding a brown bay horse, remedy for Worms.

cool and dignified tone which pervade these articles. lieutenant. apportioned. And let us now'ppOII) what 1> true the patriotism and promptness of the militia of Florida. with an old saddle and she was riding a roan filly JOHN J. LITTLE. 2

As pieces ot composition, they w ill command attention Elewellen Jones, of New York,to be first lieuten- and matter of fact that the land is divided into two with almost a new saddle.: They were last seen near WhitevilU, Harris Co-.Ga., Jan. 10, 1515.

-as expoions of peace, respect. The notice islands, those, lamey.f the old and new world ; Dv order of the Governor : North Carolina.

u not vipl in a belligerent spirit ; and it will not ant.Noah New ton,of Olio, tr l e first lieutenant. for Australia, b\ it position, does not much alter J. SCOTT DROOME, Salem, If, 1-iG. 48 -tIn DR. WOODRUFF'SDYSENTERY

be the the people on this side of the water, William W. Taylor, of Indiana, to be first lieu I the eflect ; as neither does Greenland nor Nova Adjutant and Inspector General }. Militia. May

it it should subsequently partake of that jaundice tenant. Zembla-and that these two islands extend through _\ll'lorida copy. the Circuit Court of tbe CORDIAL.

ingredient. One of the blessings of a Ire press is, Andrew J. Lindsay,of Mississippi, to b first lieu- nearly three zone of the world between which two lalr IN AND FOR GADSDEN CO.
that great public question i is argued and put tenant. oceans, the Atlantic and Southern, Row, and these Notice. MIDDLE CIRCUIT For Diarrhea, Dysentary, Cholera Marina,

in so ever many shapes, that the popular mind is imperceptibly John G. WalkerofMicsouritobe first lieutenant. nowhere find a thoroughfare except towards thepoles limited partnership, by pared agreement, Joseph Williams and Rebecca E. \ Cholera Infantum, and Summer

led to appreciate its merits, and made ac.Gualte Spear S. Tipton, of Indiana to be first lieutenant. ; ; we think it iiecexsarily follows, that these THE existing between Michael McKeon hams, his wife. Peter L. Complaints of Children.

with all it. difficulties. Public opinion is Thomas Claiborne,jr.,of Tennessee, to be second two ramparts impart and commtinif the characteror and James C. Ljnch, under the name and firm ofMcKeon John C. Barino and Margaret &

when the time {for action has arrived and double reaction of the entire mass rater hiss this day been dissolved. All harino, heirs of Elias Barino,
ripe ; lieutenant. & Lynch, 11-1 In From lion. II. H. Milliard, late U. S. Minitttr
M can calculate upon that support, whichis Thomas G. Rhctt, of South Carolina, to be second Whence arises that motion in the quarter of a da\- indebted to said Ute firm are notified and re- ceased, vs.: Chancery., at Belgium.
.tttsma the air is that the waters being in Oh both sidestheebb persons subscriber only, who James D. Cash,William holland
necessary to its official existence a lieutenant. so cooped quired to pa> the same to the HOUSE or Rtr-RWEHTATivrs,

to a his corporeal %itality, without basing his measures Charles L. Denman, of New York, to be second and flow of the sea would berome advance visible and also tWIt a will give a lull discharge therefor. I rah Jane Holand.. Uenj., C.John% Washington, D. C-, April 1,1S46.Dr. .
is Jviibte
on a just and comprehensive policy. Viewed in lieutenant. a day, since there a JJUIL U. L YCI. William Woodruff: My dear Sir : A few days since I
this light, Mr. Polk' allusion in his inaugural address Washington L. Elliott, of Pennsylvania, to be second doubt recoil idea,of" 4c.adeanee and recoil seems identical Quincy, May! 2S, I"-Ir. Camp; ;, and Charles to the satisfaction II. Dupont.of the Court, bv received the Cordial which you were good enough to

to the Oregon, do The manner lieutenant. I appearing : I send me. My friend Col. Seaborn Jones, would
wi f01 solicitor that Jas.
of the ,
in which be took up the attention Thomas Davis, of Illinois,to If second lieutenant. with Mr. Wats'rt tant (or immobility) BANNER HOUSE. the affidavit: of complainant's have of it the remainder I have laid aside for
diurnal the bill of part ;
in defendants to complaint
of the
I second lieutenant. eastern of tIt I). Cash, erne !
not the Governments most immediately George McLanc, of to be water to when I need it.
onyof t".o larl.ud motion its asia. and liio.grarilulinn, pausing I filed herein, resides beyond the limits of this use may
but of the whole world to its upon ROOLmitCAl) On the other I have added a statement of my
interete I. J. M of the United page
the western the
water advanced within jurisdiction
has been already Morris, of the District of Columbia, to be ; the thus upon State, and
importance ; : tome progress Murray of oceans, to seek its level (l h y rec illlr lo resume leave to inform his friends and the I Staffs that i.to say within the State of Texas : It appreciation of it as a Medicine.
. made, and is making, towards a pacific solution. second lieutenant. edge the Ha used the Ccrdfal of Dr M. Woodruff I
has taken I ing
the Cash do
clob I
the surface of gtncrail That the said James )
form appear
of Ohio Irb second lieutenant. its on is Ordered,
fears of with the U. S. Elewellen Rague, spherical valuable Med
Six months ago a rupture Russell of Michigan, lo be second With such high authority tos-istain him, Mr. Watts' [ establishment in Monticello, M- 1i; i and plead to or answer the bill of complaint fled do not hesitate to pronounce it a most
K. ,
Now have disappeared. Francis S. I affections of the bowel ts
were they Jot'l make icine. Indeed, for such
BBEGS attention to of O
gene. hastily rejected Im.1lnd and untiring : before the Monday
the leat was visible yesterday, lieutenant \'i"wl cannot properly b and those ot Lord a Bacon favor. him with a call, hopes heroin, I.n or be frt confessed by the we sometimes suffer with in the South, I know nothing
of Columbia,to be second views who next, or that the same as
had the of the viiolaryIil nay I **
became known that the Senate passed resolution May, Ditric it.
Julia His table will be furnished at ail equal to
do this and other points embraced patronage. said James D. Cash, ami the complainants have leave
have intimated exactly agree upon
for giving the notice, and, as we lieutenant. HENRY W. HILLIAREL
which however, were only offered best the market afford Provided, That a of this
in another column it had no visible effect! on I. in his lecture, with the to proceed ex porte: copy
JILITAT"TOIJ1EJP be in illustration. As Mr. \\'at. did iOt> Iltl.tll Monticello, Jethrson { ., May ) 1543. 45 'tIVoticc. order be published once a week for four months previous -
the cotton or any other mket. Thu is most gratifying. James G. Sturgeon, to military storekeeper who have in. : ol the To Dr. ,'I(. lJooslriff:
in the act of the Oregon B. Butler removed. Lord Bacon as among the philo ophni the day aforesaid, in one newspaperspublished .
We are now son vice Richard he not I Dear Sir : My little son wa attacked with Py en-
this I was in Tallaha see.
drama under Mr. Polk's management-may the concluding --- -- -- veticate subject presume awa. about six weeks since 1 called in
( violently.
the Charleston Couritr, June from which I have and that the months date,I shall present my aecouutg Itth May, l&4o. cry,
and From 1 quote
satisfactory pacific essay aft
one be I Ualt the best medical aid without arresting the disease.
a and SIX cvt-cutor of the last will and GKO. W. MACRAE. .
each i is voucher
of ,)
opinion oinflaltllu1. __ ._ a (
Irom 0' the n. When I had nearly lost all hope of recovery, I ac-
lAt G Wcllford, to in M. C. for Gadddcn Co.
advanced so long fit ner.l. of Richard decfae S. presiding
Character the Mexican number arri the one telvrt I testament Judge :
of SoldiW.lte br. F. A. Brown, of eidently came across Cordial. Aflei reading
Wethrol1 and your
Te!( Captain Watts seems to possess an acute intellect, a.rv Honorable James E. Brome, Judge 6f : A true copy :
of the Savannah contains some interesting 4i days from : the certificates of gentlemen whom I s'e recommending -
Republican Saturday he such
ve thi port on lot observing and philosophical turn of mind. If L-on County, and move for a discharge a executor I. R. HARRIS, Clerk. !
Mexican town of i said it, I concluded to try a bottle, and began to give
items in regard to the has not, I suppose, he would do well to rnakr testamentary guardian appointed by May K, 146. 43 4m
Matamoru, its inhabitants, and forth, furni>he<: By this vessel we received a file of papers to the himself familiar a with Lord nacn's Ilhilo.'lhiril will. al t1-nLE S. SIBLEY.May it by directions, one morning after breakfast, and by
5 20th ult-. inclusive. would doubtless aid him Cm SUMMER RETREAT.iowtt noon, to all appearance, the disease was entirely
the editor by a gentleman who resided there from Capt. Westbrook informs us that the two Mexican works,which the only true principle of philosophising .30, IS46.- -5 cured. It has returned on him twice since, but ha*

1 1 to 1S3S, from which we take the following in steamers, Montezuma and Guadaloupe had escaped enquiries, namely, upon,by close and rigid induction. L. Notice. MINERAL SPRING. been stopped as readily as before.

Mexican from Vera Cruz and at Havana under English Administrator Very respectfully,
reference to the character of the common aivr date the
--- after ,
months u.dersignr
colors on tbe days. One of the commanders of Leon WM. L. BALLARO.

soldier : reported that there had not been any news [Communic a ted .] of John Shaw his final account, lte vouchers Georgetown,Randolph Co.,GA.,Sept. 10, 1848.

"In regard to the Mexican soldiers,our informant received at Vera Cruz of the battle ol Matamoras, Eculutra1. County, will present Leon
of Probate for county,
says,thy are men of small stature and light muscular when he sailed. It was reported at Havana that a I I At called meeting of the Presbytery ,, to the honorable Judge from said administration.LEVI A fresh supply of the above valuable medicines

exceedingly homely in their appearancepoor demand had been made on the Mexican Government, held I on the 30th and 31st ult., the Rev. JOSHUAPKELPS and ask lor a discharge CARLTON. subscriber begs leave to notify his friends just received and for sale bv Lewis & Ames, Druggists

soldieis.but bold and fevle riders. They by the builders of these steamers or by English mer was installed Pastor of Prcbyteriaii 45 6a THE the )', that his house is now ,Tallahassee; alsoby R.Manning.P. M..Mao-

we not constant in their attachments-fight for pay, chats who advanced the money,for payment, in de Church, Quincy, Florida. Leon County, May 30, 15f; for the reception l.ubic.generI nSiter ti ths wel known niogton.Leon County ; Jas. B. Beard,P.M.lhicCO-

ud will follow the leader who feeds and pays them of which their delivery was re'Jule and that The Rev. WM. NEIL preache the installation ser NOTICE. open watering place, and tenders his or past favor sookie, Leon County ; S- F. Burney, Miccoeookie ;
best- They have displayed Mime courage in their they were consequently t custody. mono The Rev. J.W' W01'1 gave the charge to leceived lost summer, and hopes, by strict attention Samuel Puleston. Druggist, Monticello; John G.

lo tt particularly-when knives and stilettoes This course was aoptr with the ,view, no 'doubt, the pastor and the Rev. WM. P. BVELL the charge SIX months after date, I shall present of my Probate ac to hit viaiters, to receive a liberal share of Gunn, Merchant, Quincy ; Zabud Fletcher, P. M-.

were but hive a great aversion to fire arms,esPecially of saving them capture by our squadron. to the people. and .oucher to the Hon. Judge The waters of the Spring are well China Hill,Gadsden County: Joshua Davis of Gads-

in close quarters. Acting in large bodies, Santa Anna was still at Havana, and seemed to b* The Rev. Mr. NEIL was also received, from the of Leon county as Administrator of Samuel patronage.known to excellent Medicinal qualities,very den County; D. Biker, P. M., Chatuhoocbie, and

they are easily confused,'even in their common military very indifferent a to what now happens in Mexico, Presbytery of East Hanover, as a member of the 1'heW deceased, and apply for letters of dismision appropriate possess for various diseases. The Spring is now Win. Powtrs, Merchant, Marianna.

days.and consequently would suffer greatly though be of tbe conduct of his Presbytery of Florida.. from said administration. W. S. THEUS. in excellent order fo bathing. Persons wishing to May 9, 184S. 42Notice.
from and attack in general eDpemD highlJlisappYe 30, IMC. 45 Om
.igool a Sate. May would do well to
government ____ visit the Spring, cal early. .
Owing condition of tbe Campeachy, arrived would also that his
subscriber ,
t untle The brig Greoro. Sale. The
for tale
with to the 22-1 : Furniture Notice.SIX month after date. I shall'apply tn the Hon.
the pay army, they are reluctant Havana the dt with aa great variety QIX
at Apri be
to enter the service. On this account, thee inclusive At extra 2h w at Merida I "I Fashionable Sofa, months after date, I shall apply to the Hon will in furi.he His Stable is also I provided a any with ago O Judge of Probate for Jefferson County toe letter

aad devices of(their officers to cheer and'O1irage the 22d of April the first and principal object of X 1 Bureau with glass on the top of Probate of Washington County for set. er Sate., plenty of Corn and Fodder for horics. of disminion as Administrator of Mary Savage, late

them are sometime* lidiculeus enough.The .- tnis was-t b the organization of the Pen. 1 Handsome vnere curl maple bedstead with tlement and discharge on the estate of John Fort,, His terms will be moderate to suit the time of said County deceased.

for cdebraling a victory are ofe Cnge independent State. catef deceased,late of said rounty.SHARPLE'. ". GEORGE JOXTS.Jefferson

3nade pt -.ee.. il Captain General. of Cuba, Don Leopold 0' 1 Dozen fashionable Chairs. EVANS Adm'r.Mm Lower Mineral Spring E.D.T.TA., 42 County April 5, 1116. 40 fra

ew hi the late .fall T has received from the Quern the titles of Apply to J, I FORTUNE. )' 22, [30] 6m 18

wIt the prisoners and munitions of war in the Don Cont Lucena and Viscount of /tliag*. June 6. ISI6. -/


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I ..J 4 .13IISlf2 m II .9 CIGARS.JUST I NEW SPRING GOODS! gD n i WD t [ LEWIS & AMES SIX months after date Notice.the nndemirnd. AA--


F quality Justo Sanz Principe J. R. FORTUNES Drugs Medicines, Paint, Oils, Jefftrson County will present their acccnVfT1'Toucher

ti. GERARD VINGERHOETS, QO,000 .J';; \ receiving per brig Republic, and daily ex Toilet Articles Perfumery 4e Window Glass to the Judge of Probate of ma COB .
fit South the Union Bank ) I and ask for
(Vat door cf Havana Cigars of the following choice pecting per brig Peconic from New York a large a discharge from said administr_ '1.
/11VES notice that he i ill prepared to 8.0 and well felcte assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE PAINTERS' BRUSHES AUD COLORS JOHN SAUNDERS

1 \J supply his friends and the public brad Washington La Norma' GOOp ,suitable fsr the Spring.and Sum. Apoiluc.irios' Glass! "'nre, &c, SAMUEL BJo NTLEY.AdnJ'fI.

.,. with any articles of CABINET FUR J. {ori's Panatcla', mer trade, consisting in part of the following : above constantly on hand,and for sale at the Jefferson County, May 2, ISlfJ. 41 j_
1 NITURE. nude up in a tjle not to be Fancy Prints. >Paris Shade Robes, THE market prices.

'jrpa, e any workman in the State, n Rla'l.] White Linen Dri. J French Batge. Laws of Florida. -

and' at pi ices corresponding with the t"lulp.i.cl lamas: Rrown ;Satin stripe ritANCISCUSrpAKESthis ,"IENKrn ALSO in store a great variety of articles for familyuse A FEW copies Pamphlet Law of Florid I-'

times. BIJP.u4. ".fo". Tables of various '.nd Set- GdhT Figured Bans1!. {Graduate Robes, meihul to inform the public that he Pickles Olive, Capers Macaroni. Vermicella, Session for sale by

teN, U.aJrobt. Chants and eiTy d desctiption and l'ancteIa:, Cottonades, ,. X has removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Citron Prunes Almond, March 21. ISH; P. A. HAYWABn.

style of Furniture male to shortest notice. i* *ls., to contract f r ,ran1louJeand: ILrna- Sale.
HI 'r""u- ". Gambroou Xnka. to I'd5k'41Ifl Manufactory in the rear ol which h*
the such other work ai is ; ; AN ASSORTMENT OF virtue of the power vested in me
building of House, and 4 Cottn" mi's'arf. intends) to carry on the business ol a CABINETMAKERUNDERT.KERandUP1tOISTERERand BY bYlawl.hall
generally done by house carpenters. His prices in Kl (H'li3., LgJ"n Drilng. Hich stripe BaregeScarfs : ; (AJiI mmDB, for sale before the Court Hooie doer '"

this department will be such a to induce those dcsi- Coronis(!, ll Ginjhul.: < feels well prepared to execute any orders in eitherof Growth: of IS15. the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon, *

rious of building:to give him employ)', while the quality Lafavette's. Prised. F.rst"n'] Fancy Dress Capes the above branches of his business. Novembers?. 1 Ib.;. 19I On the firll Monday in Augutt
of his work if it diies Mt turpate, will at least All of tin .L\.t Cifar are warranted of the best Coot 'Rich French work colau. He is provided with the best materials for the the nettj
equalany_ work done in this city.o ouautj, and sold at the.I lowest. pi ires, I bv Iri,h Linens { fancy Silk manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture I Notice. following Tax property or so much thereof as-il
the State due the
the citizens of 'rlhha"I. and surrounding I..I IMP. 37 P. A. Ihma.k Lin.-" Napkins, .Shaded fringe olka cord, such as Bureaus, Tables, Bedstead", SIX months allen date, I shall apply to the lion. pay on same for th!Itar i j*.
1.\Y\Al J. Scretaies. Wi. N
cnantry, he (iJ rt-tnrn his mo.t hearty thanks: for \Ifl Towels 'Hjjptian: Mite! Chairs & ., the neatest and most perfect ) ( Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for WLSl8TZR2.NandE.idj"nm
the patr* naje he lias heretofore rNt\1. and trusts N olc.LI. I.. C. Iikfe. : (t'mh. -lrtr.) '8l\f anal wait: girdles, stjle. He & repair any description of furni- Letters of dismission as Administrator of Joel lands belonging to Col. R W. Williams, OW1llr Dot
that he may continue to tie s&i cion. and enjoy 4 jvrson ind.bted to the (tae ef Robert Cambrics a.id Jaconetls, '.Indies' white and colored! (me. \i Walker late of said county deceased.

their cO'fknf, and lavor. /1. ll'inpl.rieslite t.f l Loii Countv. ,I.'...spd, will Grass; Cloth.. kid Gloves, He would return his grateful thanks to theciiizens JESSE WALKER. TheEl.N F.JandSK l. S 25; NWJ.Kri l

.ebruf' 2".1"l._I I ;. 0-< ___ _ly_ tIiae inimrtliat.pjvinent ta the sub.aibt; ar.dth" I It j Mi! anal tlare.itl] F-Uin-' ", ( ,'nl' lo of Tdl.iba.re for the literal patronage he has alreauI December 27th IS .:. 23 fimAdministrator's S :/. T3. RQ.Nand E; E J.SE4 S 20W; I0' .,
\ J, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and K situated
: *- h.1 ing claims i. .ain.t <.aid o tit: <-, i.iu'.t ree.t t.ainhrie anal lu"lin (til.Z.- ,S -"rJ P"- nch Bo'inct: Uibl received tcspeetftIiy] wlicit a continuanceof Notice. Dear M.
L7 J them for I the .t1LiiIitraIr, wilhm the i and) i instftiuss.: ) <>ns, ant lie himself nington, purporting to belong to Lewis Conner
\DT pavmentto ings! > their f lit aura. av pledges to glu e satis- months afterdate, the undersigned will make the Southern Life ui
WILLIAM H. ( JL..ect? time re-juire-dbv' hw,or I Ihev\\iU l l.eb.irrdof vove- P.l M k Trimmma, L.lc., ;Fancv' Taps, f.Ilin ta' ;itl) ,11 fay give him their orders both in )SIX! hnal return and exhibit to the Judge of Pro- TheESEJS9 Insurance and Trust Ccmpanf,
MAXWELL practice part. R. T. nmCiIETT.Jmili"trator.. G in I Inserting i Rich Fancy Parisoletles, L WJ. SW4.SlONW1
i "Il ry. P'I price said <"|ualit\] \ of his work. bite for Leon as administrator on the rotate .
County Sand
.5l5TlR1 F.
nership. They will attt nd !ht countif of the Middle TanaliassecMayl! '. >N H. '12 -n> Printed P.iris Lawns large assortment of January 10, IS 1C. 25 ; SI7TIRI.l'iI\dt.
: f Roderick
(at Mclnnis! deceased and ask for discharge
a the E I. S E
except l of aid section
District of t'1'ri.h. Jack;)an'1 Franklin r-mn S. ulphicle] :11lin. French Flowers, ; also, E$I. j
ties, ii the .\pal (hi col* District.,: The count ol t : riwS < C : Swiss : Fine !taw Bjnnets, Southern Harmony. as such administrator. W l. S 17. T 2, R 1,1" and W; J: I. N 1V4.S9T

Thom, Georgia. The Coirt \nppalsof Florida, Shirlin .:3naburg o<. ?nd a Iars>e Onbre: 'Eagle Eve COPIES SOUTHERN HARMONY, JOHN MANNING, Adm'r.1Jar"h 2. R I. Nand W., adjoining the bnds bdoUiftg to
IEIIG: just (
and the District :and Circuit Co ttll of the United to Slapl.anl Fancy Dry G< xls, Plain Svjes and Book do. >Florence IDhQ received and for sale by .I.19J6. 31 6m Geo. T. Ward j'r..about five mite* 'outVMtr

States at Tallaha'see. Hoots:, Shoes, Hit:, &.c., &.c., suitable the Spring Ombre U.lzarinc. / ,'ar.ltn: Nov. 15, is 15. 17 1' A. H \YWARD.To Gold Pens. Tallahassee, owner not known. l'
The E N
of W
CE: trade, ft/r aale] by ;Padded Rutland i .jofSSjnTJR2 1.\ and W.
RF"IIF cheap lnnh'l" the friends of the Insane.rplIE received per Brig Emeline, 2 dozen Wood- SO acres, near Lake Jackson
WM. II. TIRCKEXItRtTGHTallaha4see.l LLOYD FLAGG. Mourning 'Rich L ce JUST purporting tj Wonjta]
ST.\Rr. & No. Gold the Dtst- article
AUGUSTUS( E. MAXWELL, .. April 1 Q, I-1'-. TJ_ I.il7annes; ;S4'n Victoria crab" Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, 1 Penis manuf3ctur.d. Charles Williamson. ,
Anlll.! l'13.| :!9 tf (Br..hl figured mourning English Patterns J. at Wilhamsburg would inform the public ef the For sale by Also] the following town lets: Lot No. 220 in'i

Not i< IJ.-in. 'Paris lace trirn'd .Southern States that by a recent law of the Legislaturethey February W, 1S4G.' 32 P. A. HAYWARD. original plan of the city of Tallahassee, and par 'tf

To School Tearliers.A SIX month after date-., I shall present to the Hon. The: above were il.dt'lv a gcntlermn ol dc-ci- are empowered to receive I ns\ne patient, 1\1\\ JOOKS."TVOWNING'S : lot No. 174 in the north addition to the city cf Tal

PAIR. OK TWELVE INCH GLOrFS.. for sale & &: at nrv low price if arrllld sn. by account a"d touches as Aiiminitratii* of JcrrinJahDrew cill and ra'inof do otherwise than award) Institution of the kind! in the Union, having btinloiitukd \J county quarter of said city. I
P. A. I HAYWARD.! l.tc of!aid C"'inlv"', deceased ; 31.,) >hdl: !1 then hin that' credit..ulil" bv' the Colonial Government in 17;i'J ; and Webster's lance Dictionary Guizot's Revolution Also] the lands purporting belong to tli "Ay-

Itfav2IcI.*. 41IUOI aj'I'IJ 'lor letters of disinki'u: as !'lrhdministra- lip has :10'jot nn i..d from : : ii. hum its location beat dd.ipted) for Southerners. hei lcCaulf', Guizct's)'a Miscellanies of Civilization English Dante's- lachicola] Land Clmpany."IJing in the county o{

tiiv. R U'HAEL! : DREW.JefT Kichmbr'd. Ortlo' i uiirp'ii.oved: from the pien-mg .tllol of I the North and History Leon, bounded North by the line of demarcation,
and 1'orli. C.mttl Cr.tpo kt ( 1'), IVeins translated by H. Cary Poems by Oliver
; I1.1. 3i: I the
Tnn unly.rrlli. m."axolt'c'o West by Ocklockny River South the
( from the enervating 1 Last ol the South Its curative by
.. tigurad Linen Cambric for dre"K-s, ctunrt
Horse Doctor
l IDES. Shoulders! Hanu and) Prime Pork,ju t re. W.nddIHollh.9. Knowlson's Complete -
and East
: ,"' A'otirc. Part L iwns, ip-citv is of the luch!t order : nine out of ten Yankee Three of Wakulla by the St. Marks River, tad
Stories Judge Haliburton
ceive-d and for by
7 \ known of Forbes' Purchase."
.. >.t' : I.L(n'D &FLAGG. : -rsisiiedJ'oliiH l< rof the State andConn- Em'rnj,1'r.: it 1 Kobe,. -.reVover, if ret (.ive.I" the first six months (;Guardsmen by Dumas, Pickings from the New Or as part .
T.\r THe ol the li..pI.! .-. It is ot access, as steamers daily] A. A. FISHER I
1"I' !I T\ .. li.r ihiro'intv it I ] rd,\' gives Dlack Thread :fnt ilhs-worb $ ;, easy ''ean4l'ica)une, Jack Malcom's Log The Dead Boxer '
"rriI1' _ _ 1'1 Sh. and
Silk O. K. (new stvle.) st.ip .if awh.uf: not fir from the A!,hun. The modern ex-offieio Tax-Col. L. C.:
Win. Adventures of French Gelltlt'min.
notice, th.tl l ud at: I he "' t-h.u. in the Ion by Carleton a -
M. D. PAPY \\Ii.tl" ( I of which! he offers! on I most re-asccuble! treatment upon th" non-restraint tvstem, i is ill January 24,1S46. 27 Cm f
cit e e .L LW3 : Term > .' ll.e ('ir nit (''.,irt olsn-1 county, fur the March1!I I"lf. : successful operation. The apartments. admit of of classification Cousin Hinton;The Incognito, Count-Julian bySimm. Tax Collector's \atIce.T .

Practice the Courts in the Middle! purpose .if roc.-iving tin- Taxes due said state. and -- Mate -IX <:-oII '(-lojN Sale: =,- and also] a of.,.m\I patients(( division accordn.of to the tin classes ir state of society.mird. ., Guy Rivers by do. do.. Queen of Denmark HAVE this day levied upon I he follow inK lot or

WILL : iral on t'ie! lirt ll >or of.the Capitol cut, for tlH.r_ l 1'11;. Y virtue ..1 th- powe-r "'tto in me by : I The fare is excellent, and the board Slperwetk.We I by Mrs. Gore Sibvl's Book of Fate. .1 tracts of land: The north asset half of the northeast
S .\. .\ FISHER, H 1w. NEW MUSIC.A quarter, and the north east half cf the
I furnishe
South winz. rom formerly] occuputl by the shall t.xp"flr sile, It-lore the Court I "" have heat b d-roorns, a parlor tastefully north
Secretary of the Trntorv.. Sltif.and r.tli/: Tax-Collector; .I..r. in the town of J.t'r. Courtly 11 Hmilon.cn ,, with t 'urlai noe.carps tsf.areritre-table.ottomans| great variety of pieces for Piano Forte: Songs, weal quarter. Section twenty-one. Township three
Not etnber L. !tfl. 17 _dllahasve, April I-, :b mirrors, b The fcr&l Mun'Iay in Scj>(cmhr nftf, of land, more or less,and to be sold before the
('h.iin. :. ahiM the Hnic Males.TOIIN mer retreats ; an ext -nivitnclosure for evening nOOKS.roolJ's Coon
S JOEPI BH\C1I I.0B.. BRA:CH. the following !property! <.r st mu'h thereof a* wil!! rambles] ; a .anl1 far morning :11I.1.ninr! rides ; House door, in the town of Quincy on the first Moa- )
J. ,,L. ii NUll, ,J P. UUof T.II.lln"'e.! : Florida and p;'v' the State :aiiJ Couutv t lazes. due na the same for a reading room furnished' with Ixjoks and nI'3.p'r' .\ Latin Hook first and second seriunthon' day in July] 1S1Q, for the County taxea due Gadsden
A. U: City \ Greek Lessons, Anabasis of
AND COrNELLOIW AT LAW, ( I\I.hilton ll.'ar. l I'!!: ; antI mort-ovrr various means of arnUJl'mpnt.f"hlf Zenophon. County for tl. years IS43. 18H and" 1945 and tottl.t
1 \L1.UI \tE. FLORID wil rr'utf claims,-urai'M the l'nih'Stt(>frorn : The S E 4 ol Sec n J, and the E i u' N I! i >,f ..tS ].tin resides, (the building and preaches to Splendid] Fire Screens Green Paper for Window the property of Malcom Gilthrist.JAMES .
or el L.-ltcrs t. Dcvti. DICKov Curtains 'c., &c., received .
conn..< ti.?u with the s'lthcr Life Insi\ lrid. t'"hC & Sec ::1. and the entire -.ttioti ::1, and! t .' { Sac the Sabbath. Letters i inquiry should: just per BrigG. A. MCMILLAN
] .!hassee rida .J patirntsevery and
Bourne for sale
will ,
& Tru-t "' 11'II'ah.in: ) :entirely ceased to. F. jix-t ihqi4 attended :<."., and the E i of the S \4 ,, Sec .>';, ;.ill t' :, be diruf.-d to IJr, JOHN M. (;.\LT. Phjffician and by Quincy. Dec. 29, IS.s5. 21 Co. Tax Collector.
X DICK ENS..i. : ApriL4.l'ia; 37 P. A. HAYWARD. !
they' herejlter their attention l1 1-', and E. The N of S 2 anal the N .
wil give exclusivelyto ,l-l If., J : 4 iit Supenr:fendcnt) of the Ea' IUb Asvlum, Williamsburz Administrator's Notice.
a pr<>fi-!:io'i. 2; .11SoUC' .1, the N I E 4 rl S I I. T i I I. R I2N aIII ., .plr.pUlli VirginiaMinh New, Extensive and Splendid

Toy will 4tt"-i.I t1)- jpro'ne Court of the} State. ('. !:. to '.lonjj tat th.! t,st.-te of Ht.orV.. JIi ashen. I II, l 1"1;. 31 eowlOw ASSORTMENT OF SIX months after date, I will apply to the Honor.
of th C"lrtI.1 I tinMidJle! Circuit. .'tluathiaNW4 oftheSE4q-f57T I I. I R 11. Judge of Probates for Leon county for let.
ru.rtl ft.-r il.ife. "i ,
we pnent 'mr f ; @lr1 1fdJ jjN &
SIX : ; N and I:. tens of dismission as administrator of the estate ot
March. 'I- 1-- TJ ; to belong to the estate ,
'-> MMI at d vt iik-)' -r. a" of purporting tI.Iino.1 WILLIAM H. WARD
iubsci il .
:.Iini.rattr' "V Dunham.Alo. T'llK. "r are now rcceiinaga fine a."C/- Joshua Sills late of said County, dercased. f
jonATTOKNEY\ EIL'IINE, Rob rt Y Judo' .,( Pn.hite for Leon County the S I E 4 of S :11r I I. R I 1.::, purport: i nc to
( letli-r
for of
.V T[ LAW which they are prepared to manufacture in February 7, 19.t1
mission admini'irators, belong to th.].- <-.ttp of li.'tijainin Clnires.Al (;lt\ of Washington 1). ( 296m.
as said e- frtte.CIIAKLF.S
the most fashionable manner.lso., larire supph-I
(tulney, Florida.WfLL ,: <. SIHLIIY ) '\ S.vtions "' and :1{ >, itiT t. :I 12, Naid: E., T> ESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend a NEW
attend tinJu>ticeV Courts of Gadsden! J. SMITH.5Ajra"Ailiniiiistrnlor' purporting tu belong: tn the estate cf Thomas Liv JV to the prosecution ol (Claims\ .fore the several] BEADY 3I1DE% nOT nG/ BOOKS Ac. .

"lt_ the Circuit C"ort of Middle Florida, C\R.\W.\\ ingston.Mso. Evicutne: l D artiiititi th,- (;,,\.rllnuht. and rpOWNSEND'S Bible arranged in historical ud
: 'ii. 1st ; ; I (made by ourselves,) in t the latest le,consisting
aaJ the th C'i mti of GeorgiaNovembor : __: _! m up sty ) order, in 2 vols. oct.,
Court- m .adjacent s : thai W } of the N E 4 of S 3J, claims against the Umtitl States fur Lands Money, in part of
I 2i, ll'. 1 tffjCf ** Aotice.ALL Tlie E 1 .>( the S W 4 of S 33, to the scttU ment of I'ulilircrounfs, to claim before Sufferings of Christ, by A. Laman

Sentinel: oo-\' persons m'Se-btt tot t hiestate of Anna I'r ).k4. The E } of t l.t:I: 4 c,:33, Commissioners und.r Indian or other Treaties, Frock, tIres s and Husiness Coats : Youatt on the Horse.Dr. Lardner's lectures,11 KM.Thier's ,

,d'! .w, ).tf'A J( t 1'r"l! Cour.1. dcceaM-d, will The W J ol he E 4 .f S 31. to Preemption and other Land Claims, and to the Black and Colored Cloth Frock and Dress Coat., life of Napoleon 5 Nos.,

A. a -LaCOMMISSION make immediate pa\bent to the >Uh'l ih'r ; and The N 1 4 of the S I: 4 (t 33. priTiirnc; of hint! Patents to IVn-ions in the Arm> Cloaks and Overcoat. Tweed Sa\a Gotha The Chainbearer Cooper's last work

MERCHANT th<..having!claims against. sail etjt', mn-t present Th,S 4 "f th- S W 4 (, S -27. a1 in T 2, R IX and N vy, or bii.inssrt unecf, d therewith, to the and Heaver: Bus. CoaNii Surtouts. O'Donoehue by Charles Lever,

\o. I. Front Lev., th in lr payment to the aiinini-trator within the X :and }: .Also the E I of the N 4, and the W I'unir.ir: i.f Patents for scientific or u.st-tul Invention IMaln and Fancy Vest, The challenge of Barletta from the Italian of

t NEW-ORLEANS: 1.n. time r.. 'lire bj law, nr they will b i birr 'd J rocov i of tV! N E 4f .'-,, T I 1. P. :?, N ar..l ':..p'lplt- t -, jut tn all other buMiiwiof a public nature re Black and figured Satin Silk Cashmere, Valencia D'Azeglio] The Theobold or the Fanatic, by Hetrici
-rv. J.\. R. jug to In-long tn the.- t4ti. .f! I Ii! Stilling, Visionary by Schiller,
4iit. .
TT7ILL attend to BUYING. SELLING, RKCEIVV J: mlOK' > < Ilirdv >: 'iUiring) an Ag<'nt.i and Silk Velvet.
\ IN'ail rORWAUDING with prciaptncssan J..fi'rit Co. .\rril'U. I"{ ,. to .\1.1.1', ,,N W 4 of S >x), the W i'of th- :I F.: 4 ''f S i Cluiniisainst individuals promptly attended to, Only a Fiddler.and the Authors Daughter by Mary
How The White
l de patch. ''2''i the X E 4 01 1 the l .S W 4 ol S 'U, the S 4 ot that- ., titles investigated, &.c. ill. Boy by Mrs. S. C. Hall,

I November' w. 141". .1 I Nolise.QX S \4 of S 17, the E i of the S W 4 of S 17, the S Information' given free of charge. All letters lobe ALSO A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OK The Foster Brother,edited by Leigh Hunt,

: m.tti.;f'rdate. I t-hall pre-w-nt to the lion W 4 of iii,' S r: 4 of S 17, al in T I. Ranse 11 I, Nand t-paid. Cotton & Linen Knights of the Seal],Three Nights in a Lifetim.,
I'tJ Shirts Cotton Nett Merino
--Ur. .JSO. (; (JAMHLIJr. J ) E, The Jesuits edited by C. E. Lester
I ., tJ I'mt.att Jfflcrson County. ny fnal3cmmt purporting f.) (.Ion. Ed'nund I B. Va s. I RFFERFNCFS : 'a Collars, Lambs-wool Canton
I Pr..k'nnl 1 'vTvice t-ithecifi/ens and v<.irh Ts as Kxe-cutor: of Thoma.Wood. S E; i of the S W 4 of S I I. T 1. R 13, N an.l: E., lion. A. S. WHITE, U. S. Senate. StCK>ks. and made Flannel andCrants. The White Slave Maps of Florida Book of Law

I OFFERS and its \'icitut}'. '. l hat- -aidcountv I ', (".fot. and shah ll then) purporting to belong to I th'f(-.t.tP of Wrn. J. Mills.MILTON' Jo: A 1I.\%iEG.\, Jeans Cnderlhirtsand Forms, American Almanac for 1S46 All umt. Gold!

o. IS. 1"13. Ii tf apilv I'T llf'rf drjii--i a* --' ( Exwtifor.BENJAMIN J. I5RYXV, ILFt. HARROW, Gloves, Drawers Pens, &c.SCIIOOL
f :
MANNING.Jefl Slim and tf lKriy Tax Col. II. (o.Febmuary2lSifL JMIESSEMPI.F, Hand'chiefj silk C:30Half BOOKS.
1 ] 'CoUNSELLOR'AT R n N r".n (nu.tv. March 7, 1S4.;. 3J OmIVoticc. 1 32 OmAdiiiiiiKiralorT D. R. ATchisoN, brie &c. Hats and Capll.SI.r'nd..u. Morse's New Geography, Parley's! New National
ATTOREYXD LAW, --- G."graphy.nthon't Homer
C. ASHLY nfohand Shoes &c. Horace Cicero otc
i Jasper. Hamilton County, Florida. ); (I.e'. J. J. J IIRMV, of Illinois. Bullion's English and Latin Grammars

i Nov emtM-r :1,1 I"I't. Is C< I IX months afti'r date, I .hal present my final acc SIX months after date Ih.:ll apply to the Hon. S, A. DonL.I. Emy reqniMte to a Grntlrman's Wardrobe Latin Reader Latin Tutors

14Y. NT1UE.: L "''i'it and vouchers as .\dmini.lrah.r.t
C u -l S"t.d' cta.-d, and apply! : to the Hon. Jinl' ;f (II "f I di"tli-I! 1 on the t -at. ol Charles A. Xd"ol. JOHN PFTTIT of Indiana. terns. Our stock will be replenished the Eclectic Readers three parts AngeRs Series,

Probate of JelFerson Countv l".r lettcis of *ion late of said County dceu.ed.JAMES It S. C. SAMPLE, arrival of almost every vessel from New York, during Comstock's Philosophy GreenleaTs Arittmetioi

S ATTORNEY AND.OUNsfLLOK Q AT LAW as Administrator of tttid: ;) estate. A. BERTIErOT. co C. H. SMITH the season by new goods purchased by Mr.STILLMAN. tic. Just received and for sale by

., (lulucy(, Florida. AUX.IEr: SCOT. \' a. J. WRIGHT, who will remain North during the January 171846. 26 P. A. HAYWARD.
Jefllrson County, April ;. ; March 21, J HI F.. 3. fmP'Kt'"f'S"cll' a' for that We flatter
attend the si-v.'ral Courts of Middle] not : : J. B. BOWLIV, of "fi ouri. purpose. ourselves by NEW BOOKS, Ac.
S WILL ant of Di-rvtur ., 'a J. :M Htc.iir.: such an arrangement and by selling EXCLUSIVELY TUST
Georgia.Januan Notice.S received
C'witj) per Brig Sampson of til
._t 3. .II 21 IX months, after date we shall jrent our account rf m W <; J g I .4 Ih: RY DODOE of Wisconsin. FOR .-' -VSH, we hall be enabled to sell cheap. sI Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Oregon

(current and vouchers to the Hon. J'idg onirl t>l rint" Muslins, Ginghams "pril1'2. IMS.I 3. er than any other establishment} in the city. All and North California in 1543 and 4, by Capt J.

1 R. H. BERRY & CO.THIIE of Protijtefor JelH-rsoa. Count, and I men applv "lor A .J Hanzes B.I.ainel. Muslin] Ging- persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitee C. Fremont price 37J cts.
have this da cufor hinis, shawls. Scarls, Capes and GIo\es] Colutu..r..hilhTIfFl1n.I.'r"i to call and examine and judge for themselves.CLARK The
underpinned formed a Co-part- Idler of dj mi"ln as <'x>' and i'ulriJ of Colan. Crescent and the Cross by Eliot Warbnrton
.I I JL nership, nn I d"l'a..J : l u-I Triiiinun and of .- h.r under the firm of STARR, Monroe street next deer to Starr & Flagg.
: issiSof a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS! I I'1: 11'!Ii LUS BE\TTY: Ithr.i.kr'd i n i a vat( \ : Tapper's Proverbial Philosophyabook of thoughtsand
J R. 1. RERRY, ElLEN .\. BEATTY. articles too nuruerous t<> !rtiition.! Jut f'c.1H. LLOYD and) FLAGG, will continue the mercantile November I. h..>. 15 tf arguments originally treated

I D. IIOCUE.S J< fl"'rson County February -... |i"lo.|<; 't..e Km and fur sale by 1"I-lin'Q:4 at the Store formerly] occupied bV.. F. On Consi lImcnf. Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wafcefield

November I 1''f. p:.] ISH 10 ff ---- --Ta\ Cohicioi'si-NOhIcC. I.,. &H GREENilERG; : $CO. Lloyd where they will be pleased to see their former CASK Sugar cured Hams,Sugar, Tea, Rice, Dante's Poetical Works, translated by H. T Carr,
March 21, I h't". '<.', custom' it!. TARR. 1
Candles] St.lap.1\l.lckard. Loaf Sugar Flour The Philosophy of Mystery by Pendy,
Thos. J >tr. Heir.ATTORNEY ,lay ]lots Nos. eight, nine, ,
.4 upon
W. F.
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 111thi" Ic\-ie- 'I'JCC. LLOYD Cheese, Crackers, Vineaar, Mustard Pepper Holmes' of Mozart.Arnold' ,
\ Ir N'ril's i'ln't.y.' .r.finin ( February I:;, 1"..;. 31 F. II. FLAGG.
S UTILLcontineto tice i in the Superior and : Sl'i( .Gin'r.Nutmegs,Dried Apple] *and Peach, Rugby School Sermons IParkt'r't
pra itcn i hundred) arr.-s of ld'i!, more or I le s. lying b FORECLOSURCt : Ix THE 5OcT11- ----
\ V County Courtsol Jell.-r-.on County, and in the ,. :IHTG.\GJ Maccaroni flutter and Onions, for sale by aids to English composition
tW"CI Lilt.] Rir and R' rlt.> ( .mfnrt. 111 t lu- (I. l'IIU1'. N oUr.'.
I' Cwurtsol the Middle Ii-trictand ill lIRt.IT DvTtmltr 1.1: IM5.. 21 R II. BERRY. Chances and Changes. or Life as it Is,by Char!*.
I' Superior the County before the Court IIou"e d) or, in the t"\\ I"fQ'lil\ 'T'lIE heir ", J.II 1 H.! ,tWl. decta--cd, will month after .late, I will I applv] to the Probate Burdett
I I of Columbia in l.ler Dfstrict. on the first Monday in iih. l t.I l ;, for the I'oiintvtaxes L please! notice that I intend to i institute prorwdinjs SIX lid.o of (Gadsden! ('t-inty. her a discharge from Notice. Book,of the Economy, by Bonssinghault,

t Residence at !Iontito.] JetF.-r"on County. All d'.<- Ca.Kn! i'.'mh' |tr;, th<* v nreghtei-n! bundr '. (orthwilh, in the Cir.Ut Court fur the s"ltwr 1 r v exeriit rship of the list will of Robert [Davidson months after date, I shall apply) to the Hon. Bvok of Good Colonies by John John Frost,
Examples Frost
I bUfineentrste. wib will be promptly atten ) stid rosts.by tlC rlaimar.N ('in-nit of "I.rida. to fort-r!.,. the ciortgace .. -) .lee...-*.d. L. \\'. SI'RATT.Jaiu SIX -' of Probate tf, Jefierson County for letters The book of Christmas by by Thomas K. lIme, ,
1"I of }(, ; the j rojKrt of ) ApjUchi- 'lponrfrtil real estate .,f John I H. iliceasetl, rv' 0, [17] I".JI! ; 2''. fimDr. !
Jflasc. tlc .t\'YH. of dism,ion Executor of the
j. March 9, IR 14. 33 cola Laud ,: 'state of Elizabeth Elinor WJllis, edited bv J. G. COO U. .
Cor.panv. '
II llt. cut UI rHC"I., MIII luu at me torneroi J"nt.t1.lat oi said County, deceased The Husband The
jiiiet Squire The Heiress by
York Citjr-Xo. lit Broadway. JAMES .A. 1cIU.AN. Duval and 1 F'roiit "ff'di. alclwoWI a! [Part <>f l..f Hull's Pulmonary Dalsam, RICHARD TAYLOR. Miss Pickering\

srj JAMES J. DIRGE Q'li"cy. D,' 2<>, 1x45.. t 21 Co C.lt'tor. n'lmlKr three in "j-jture nIJII'(Mtvin, according to For Cmii fii, C>W.., /Ist'IIIU", Croup Broach it us, Jellt-rson CattilY, Dec. 20, l-s45. 22 6m Ascanio or the Sculptor's Apprentice, by A. Dumas
A. G. 1'owman's of said
plan city. }I Ioarstne
liooping'iiugh Influenza ,
d \otic < Love and Mesmerism,by Horace Smith .
J r IiL[ f>vrrn>.* vr Pains in t1P che.tt. Spilling Notirc.
months after date the undi-rsigned CIAHUI.LORY. TIle illustrated .
history of Palestine by Jno- Kitto,
'.J" TTIAS mmC1lI1"torf. between the ClTV SIX his accounts allJnucher.! to the \ilt.' RyS. R I40IW.. 11: Attorney. of Blood Consumption, Difficulty SIX months afterdate, I shall present my accounts The Manuel cf Matrimony, by a Bachelor, .

: HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE:, where he rr"hatcnf'al'lla County, as.Administrator, on the : Key West t. March: 7, 11"( 1) eowlm of Breathing, Sff. 8fC. vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate for Mysteries of the Backwoods by T. B. Thorpe,in-

t' keep on hand! a choice election of FRENCH! e.tte R.IJ.rl"/n. and apply for letters ofdititi The Upper Suuaiiiirr T II IS article has long been held! in high estimation Jefferson C.unty. and then apply iW letters of di,. thor of Tom Owen. /'
.1 j: AND EXGLBI CLOTHS, eSSIMlmS.'EST.! !sion from the .aidi-state.) EAST FLORIDA. tor the cure of diseases of the breast and mission Administrator of the several estates of A Winter Gift for Ladies beinginstructions.

.aj INGS, &c le "' respectfullv a riifltiflhl.rt JOHN I'. IIUNGERFORD: lungs, aiul is ofli'red to the publir as a remedy deserving George Ritcllie.Gt'OrKe Smith Silas Krupp and John Needle-work,

core of patronage of his Florida friends,, believing In right (.' Inw fc, M. .A. Hnngcrford.IVcernber subsciibcr takes (his method of in- a trial by all who are thus aiflirted. Ackley.] ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. Fleming Field Nich Bigelow, The Orange Girl

S ;t' he will enabled to give them the most entire I 13, h'ri.. 21 fU his friends:and tin- public that Particular directions accompany each bottle of theirnulirine. December *", IS':. 20 6mWakiilla of Venice, The West Point Cadet
-- -- talon a !ca*<- of the above '
,.1 satisfaction.Aprils .1'HI cstahliMi- .
.= ( Price 50 cents. Love and Murder, Durbin's Observation in the
1.s I'15 37 lo ( ol >('uri. and will 1 h. ,'rlran.1 l to .ir- Sold in Tallahassee, Florida by CounlyT.X.COLLECTOR'S I East, Clark's Casar Playfair's Euclid,
monthsRfter dat!. (the undersigned vihl ] ] favor hum with their
) ma) company. SALE.
SIX \\1 LEWIS & A'l\fF.S. Dru' Noye's New
011 gists.Dccemb.r Music for WiA-
: M'CANTS & the I Honorable[ James E. J' 1 As regards the,mineral the Paper
SPENCER IhJJle. t11 qualities ct water virtue the
(fi. ISIV 20W. ) of authority vested in me by law, dow Curtains House Paper and Borders &c., Jtc.
I S. TTORNEYS AT lAw.iLL Prf.ht. oi loon. county for leter of diJis.i'J from it cannot lie surpas-e<] l"}any watering place in BY I have this day levied upon and will expose to For IaJe by P. A. HAYWARD.

'. the Cetatcof. .. Brant t. dl'( I ('). America. The Springs will be rpenul by the first Sounu..1 earmark, SainurfB.( Stephens public satin] front of the Court House in the coun- January'24,1W6. 27
;;!S \. practice in the Courts of the Middle District ,- .. WIEXKER: ) day of Mai. Charges moderate) and everyattvntionwill and J. Waylcs linker, ty of Wakulla State ol Florida
t and the Court (If Apf-eals, and in th VINGiRIIOETS,5AtUnrs: be Paul to the comfort of all who nay favor him Nollce.SIX .
Counties of Georgia. Office at Monticello' January 10. I miO. 2 5 f.ni. with their ATFORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW On the first Monday in August next,
__ _
.f Cwe . ; formed months after date, I shall apply to the Hen-
} u. a partnership in the
_ .. .:! :___ _Sept.2lt'ill.! l y Tor Salr. t Lttta\Ui:i. IlU; l'ropnctr. HAVE and) still give their joint attention'f3ctke-to bu. bet wren the usual hours the following pieces o of Probate for Jefferson County for letter
MIO: March 7, l 1'l'i.'; :i'l 0n parcels of lands viz :
% Ss 'U.ID. WELL sinf-s confided) to their the Middle] Circuit of dismission ail Administrator t\f VAr\nn t'.w. ._ Isti
RUNAWAY r 15 miles A gc.t.l Miscellaneous Library of the care, in Lot numlwr S, containing 474 acres and known :--- -- ---- -. ---
of said
r, east of Tallahassee] on the !night of the rrosl English ,.itiono of standard JUST RECEIVED DIRFTT FROM HAVANA arid in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the the River Survey according to the original survey County, deceased.

}. .. linst. a negro TO I. five ft, five inches 2d works, consisting of about ole thousand volumes. J. 1C. F01CTU.\E. Westtrn Circuit. SMULL B. STEPHE will continue made by Asa Hartfleld Survevor. Allo. lots num- Jefferson GEORGE. STANDLEY.

t and a half high ; light mon complexion, and a' intelligent For pftrtiel, W, 63. 69, 70, 79, County January 10,1846. 25 Cm
:* F. ) 10 and J. \V A YI.EII UAKK.R at Tallahassee. One of the
MJ, Hi, each 3t.O; and
RYTIEWOOD. known and
containing acres,
forehead with
S cO'lnttn4nce ; a peaked a scar January ID.(J INK.;. 25; OnE., County. ..auu.Ju (adl. firm will spend a part of his time at Apalachicola. described said numbers TO PRINTERS.Type .
; Jpf'r"rln by according to the
extending b-twen the {eye-brows to the root of his 12 dnz. bottles a"0ortel SWEETMEATS, original
S will attend to communications directed
? about old. IVotici and any to survey made by Asa Hartfield Surveyor. All the Foundry Printer Fvrniihmg W'artJftlt.
: nose ; thirty >ears 2f) lb* Spannh Cinnamon CHOCOLATE,
The above rewadil be given to any person apprehending SIX months' \after date, I shall apply] to the Hon. 2 kegs OLIVES, December place. 20, IS- :. 22Alalachilcola above described lots of land situated, lying and being TilE have opened a new Type Foun-

: on the delivery of the .!: of Probate in and for Jellt-rson: County for 12 dozen GAUW JELLY. --- ---- -. in the county of Wakulla on the west side of in the city ot New York, where they ire
fame to me, at my plantation. letters of dismission a, Executor of John) Moore. February II, IS 10. 30 Land Company. the Wakulla] River being portion of what is known ready to supply orders to any extent, for any kind of

tj ('HAS. L. POWELL. late oi sid county, d {'ascd. as Forbes' Purchase,and levied upon as th, propertyof job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, Galleys, Brass
& ..s April 11,184ft. 33C HARDY MOORE. 1.\Hn. I.I.OVI) 1'I.AGC. ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass, the Apalachicola Land Company and will be sold Rule, Steel column do, Composing Sticks, Chajes

ta, ? LOT 111A (J C LOT Tl IsnA Jeir.rson Coitntv, January. !l7, I4i tjij' fnHotln ARK now reckling. per Brig Emeline from New manner to make, on use the of. or lands commit of the waste ApalachicolaLand in any unlawful to satisfy their State and County Tax for the county and every article necessary for a Printing Office-
-- --- ---- -- of The
I LARGE and Sduonfr New Orleans, Wakulla for the .tear Type, which are cast in new moulds, frcm m
assortment of SPRING and SUMMER *. It.froT Company which have not been dispuseil 1645.AHIJAH
S' CLOTHING Al Rio Laguira and) Java ] crushed Sugar regularly HALL entire new set of matrixes, with deep counter $1
: *> HOOTS SIOE HATS months after to the Hon !( oa of by us, or our competent agent or agents Shff. and ex officio Tax Col. Wakulla warranted to be told
Jte., just received and for sale bv SIX d.f.1 :11al pre-t.rnt \'inc. Itrandv, Flour, Complete asortmei the Co. unsurpassed by any, and will be
of the
heretofore law
S L. II. GREENBERG ,Igeol Probate fur J..I'r(1. County my final of Iron, Sto<'1. Nails. .&c.February'21,1 as penalty will be strictlyenforced January 22, [24] 1MB. 27 fim at prices lo suit the times.
: I & A account ati-1 Vluchlf as ;" of FrneisGast sjjii.,; 1NI against all offenders. Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines -
21, JS16.tt..3 3 :
Mac : late of ti,1 County, doccastd ; and shall then Applications may be made for purchases, leases or Notice. of the most approved patterns.
for letters dumusion sirh : HOOKS, ,\c. otherwise i for the undisposed of portions or tracts months after date, I shall
E. HA11\AIII>, Jr., applv as Administritor.STEVENS SIX present my final ac- Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A .
5; k his friends and the public : BRHX1ERS.iTernn (If Puritanism, bv Thomas W. Coit D. of said lands l lv jig and being in the counties of Wa and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate mechinist constantly in attendance to repair

INFOHMS[ taken the store on the cor. .. Count_. ., January '-&O, ISIO.' 2: Cm HISTORY and Fruit Trees of l\IJt'ri'a. by A. kulla Leon Gad-xlcn: "anal "Franklin and !known as in and for the County of JtfVrson! and apply presses and do light work.

Monroe and Two Hundred Foot -- -- J. Dowiiing, ChrMuas Holiday] in lr.IW. bv W. J. the" Forbe-s Purchase to our duly authorized agent, lor a discharge as Administrator fc bvnis non of the Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three times

: ;; i ., nearly opposite the Court House, NotIce. Kip Life of Paul Jones>, by Alexander Slidell I Mac Mr. JAMEs E. IJETT.Nrn, in the vicinity of Quincj. estate of James Hall, late of said county, deceased as much type as their bills amount to, may give the>

may be found a general assortment SIX months afterdate, I will present mv aolnl k'nzit. The Practicalstronorntr, by Thos. Dick JOSEPH DELAF'IELD. WAI. BUDD. above six month insertion in their papers,and send
1' .i AND MEDICINES. Every at- ') vouchers to the Hon. Judge of e ErtlmliIsi; on Healthy Skin, LEWIS CURTIS Jefferson County January 17, 1M6. 2G 6m their papers containing it to the subscriber

;1 order of Physicians al,1 Pnt.rl Leon ('Ilty. and apply for letters,of ,li.mission! as The lile ol Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle Triwter of. the .ipalaehieola Land Co. Administrator's COCKROFT OVEREND, 63 Ann it. N.Y.
_ I non.! quality] IMP for la.h. administrator of the estate of James Simmons!, late. Wiley and Putnam's Library No 2, Poe'a Tales, January 10, ii"\ Notice. February 21, WG. 31 6m

S r'eind a supply of SIhERM AN'S ol said county, d'iccased. Citizen. Prague, by Mar> Ilowitf, Notice. SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts "

S 41. !, CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC SILAS] D. ALLEN. Lady of Miln.Newlan'sl.say on vouchers and make application to the Judgeof LAW NOTICE.

1S LZE"GE.valuable article, and the moat a 'e- Fe-bniarv U. ISIfi. 30 fU J'lition.] 1uonic Ievelopement, TIIF undersigned, .I"' (If the Apalachicola duly authorized Land agent of the Administrator Probate of Leon County for letters cf dismission T liE undersigned have united in the practice of
as the
on estate of Bartholomew Es-
American Con
Law. will
attend several
( They the ol
Cookery Court
for reicnf. Notice. titntilli t Jlc' is pn'pau.11111 or rent such portions and tracts lick
deceased of said
F : SHERMAN'S POOR PLASER' the SIX months af.r date I shall!! apply to the Hon. Past and ] of land within the Forbes Purchase as have not been County.JOHN Adm'r.January Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florid
: cheapest and bet plaster ever ( of for Jefferson for letters Splendid family liiblcs] at very low prices, regularly disposed of by said Land Comnanv. Personal MYRICK and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in th*
4;t. lor Rheumatism, Pains in the Back, Side,and Weakness of dismission: as the Administrator county of Jacob Carter, Clerk's Assistant, Baptist I Harmony.Mr.er'l interviews may be had with the subscriber- 3. 1846. 24 Cm Western I7irrnit Alert tli. T1?...? .* r*__..* **f ?*<*

C': ixri late of said county deceased. Cluster, nlck'" Th.ologica Dictionary, or in the neighborhood of Quincy or letters be SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Sipreme -
Alt. DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN or ALLHEALING JOHN FREEMAN. Shakspeaxc with forty !. directed to him through the Post Offices may at that Court of the State of Florida.

'I? BALSAM iflvaiusblt'artjche Or Colds, Jefferson County F.brary', 181ft 6m 29 SCHOOL BOOKS &c.rorich's place and Tallahassee. THE subscriber take pleasure in informing the THOMAS RANDALL,
Asthma, Bleeding >t the Lungs, History U. States to do, of Tallahassee and the THOMAS
Vft Cough. Consumption --- --- -- Questions JAMES E. BETTNER Agent surrounding H. HAGNER,
: and Ih kindred di eaae*. Pajnr.hlet. containing Notice. Parley's School History of the Tnuteeit of the Apalachicola Land Co. country thaUhey have jut received by the lat arrivals Attorneys and Counsellors at L w.

certificate from person in high Ilandin: res. SIX I month after date, I shall apply to the Judge Parker's Exercises on Composition January 10, 18-16. 25 ly from New York, a splendid assortment of Tallahassee, February 21, 1840. 31

; cting its valuable effect*, can b had gratis, by appvingu Probate for JcfTerson County for letter of Davic'Algebra. Dvie Lenirendre., Fashionable Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. And -

_ 1 above.Tallabaase dismission a administrator of Norman High, late of Day' Algebra, Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, Last Notice. they will be constantly receiving from New York Notice.

*. Jannitry. 10. 18.VI. 2! tf sid County, deceased. JULIUS HIGH. Lcverett's Latin Lexicon, Kingsley's Tacitus persons indebted to the estate of Henry J and New Orleans (selected by the first houses in the SIX monthsaftf date, I hall prevent my final ac-

: -Piiier nnU Claret.A Jefferson County. January 10, 75 ijm Latin Lons. Levizac's French Grammar, ALL ask ins, deceased, late of Leon County, are above places with the greatest care and attention and vouchers to the Hon.Judge ef Probate,
] Phrases, Envelopes for Letters hereby notified that payment must be made without : particularly for this market) all seasonable goods in in and for the County of Jefferson wd then sppty

CASKS LONDON PORTER. Take Notice. Perforate Paper Coral Necklaces and Amulets. delay to S. S. SIBLEY, Agent, a* no further indulgence the above line which they offer low for cash at for a discharge M Administrator of the estate ot
3 doz. Claret, just received and for ale by AN extra price will be paid for Hides rretched & ., reeh'e per Brig Emeline and for can be their store in Tallahassee or Monticello.L. Stephen Woolf.Ute of sid county deceased.

STARR, LLOYD &FLAGG. |l4 o. after the Indian fashion, by ale by P. A. HAYWARD. granted.WESLEY MANNING Adm'r. & H. GREENBERG ft. CO. SOLOMON E. MATHZXS.

f ,, .vS'. April JR, IS4*. TO May 10, 'l5. .12 M. L. BAKER February). 29, ib6.I 3? February 2 q. 181" 32 March 21, 1S4'3. 35 Jefferson County. Fb. 21, iSIC. 31 6m

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