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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 13, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Bow to Him and Him alone- BY S. : JUNE-13lS46------ that the United States may Conquer Mex
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He'i the only king! we own, SIBLEr TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, : VOL. XVII.-N0.( 'i..1 ico, and that right speedily; for, .eule by
And He has made u!* free! Americans, it would the richest most
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Strike for God aDd Liberty one in ten of these soldiers who has seen a eral millions of dollars.: The shaft of that'I lost. (S.: C.)) Banner.. prevent all possibility of escape, and they arc productive and delightful country the sun eye

The holiest spot a smiling sun gun, nor one in a hundred who has ever fired mine is nearly a thousand yards deep. Baron MEXICO AND THE M'IC.SS marche off'to the rendezvous ; upon their are I I shone o. ALDEANO.
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En abed his genial rays upon, one before he was brought into 1ht> barracks. Humboldt gives the gross produce of the minesof As hostilities have actually commenced between flaming paragraphs appear in the news IMPORTANCE--OF THE- ---
Is that which"gave a WASHINGTON It is in this way that the ranks of the Mexico, from 1690 to 1803 both in- recruit of F.\R\fE
army years the United States and Mexico, the public papers announcing a 1 many brave It is too much the habit of inconsiderate
The drooping world to cheer generally filled up-in particular emergencies elusive, to 81,333,452,020 and volunteers! and
Sound the clarion peals of fame, a amounting a- mind, is necessarily excited and inquisitive gallant ready trilling to young men to think lightly of a farmer's life,
the prisons are thrown open, which al. bout twelve millions of die the defence of the
in for the
Ye who bear Columbia's name- dolar per annum.-. concerning our opponent. It may not be un Republic or and to prefer some more ea y and sedentary
With existence freedom came- ways contain more prisoners than the army The highest amount was in the year interesting to your readers to have laid before advancement of her glory. After being thus occupation, with the fallacious idea of

It is man's birth-right here. barracks, and these felons become soldiers, 1796, was 823,044.500.- The produce of the them a few facts, relating to the social and forced into the service, i is but reasonable to ing genteel in the eyes of the worfj. appar.
Chorui-Arm and one brave and free and some of them officers. Their artillery, year 1804 he states at $24,000,000. Mr. thinking about desert Ofcidemployent
moral condition of the Mexicans! by one whose suppose they are more a city life, largo whiskers,
, Strike for God aud Liberty are generally worthless. English muskets : Ward estimates the annual produce, for a few residence and with, ing and the chances of getting back to their bands With whitf
t amongst acquaintance a display of gaudy
t Heirs of in immortal sire, which have been condemed and thrown aside, years prior to 1910, at $:.,OOUOOO. After them has enabled him to form unbiassed and famil.es, than of advancing the glory of the jewelry and :attire, seem to prevailing r
, Let his deeds jour heart -- and are purchased for almost and soldto that costly b s
inspire nothing from the
period, revolutionary conditionof government. I have been an witness to
There is eye
Weave the strain and wake the unbigoted opinions. no error more objects with these languishing
Where your proud altars stand lyre: the Mexican government. Their powder, the country, it dwindled almost to nothing dangerous and art its consequences towards I tho manner of recruiting ; have seen the men whose vanity prompts them to youtb

Hail with shouts and loud hurrahs, too, is equally bad! ; in the last battle between -in one year to three and a half millions of those entertaining it more disastrous than that lassoed, bound, brought into town, and had the they are the nr-leors of fashion, on whom

Streaming!: from a thousand spars, Santa Anna and Bustamente, which lasted the dollars. The official returns for the year 1942- very common one, both with individuals and priviege. next day, of seeing in the gazettes the fair will gladly bestow their smiles. Theprevalenceeftheio

Freedom's The rainbow flag of stan whole day, not one cannon ball in a thousand exhibit an exportation of gold! and silver, as governments, of despising and undervaluingtheir very patriotic and bombastic paragraphs.We absurdities is an injury to '
symbol of land !
I
Chants':" Arm and our on-}'e brave and free! reached the enemy-they generally fell about registered at the Custom Houses, amountingto foe. Had not the British, at the commencement will suppose, however, the new recruitendowed society, and ha done iu full share in contributing '1.
Strike for God and Liberty half.way)between the opposing armies. What 18500000. The facility with which large of the Revolution, so thoroughly with a large share of that pliability and to the embarrassment of the
would they think of such fights as we had on values in gold be concealed, and thus adapting himself to circumstances countr.
may despised, what they were pleased to call, the power present Man sprung from the earth, is 1 by f
the northern lines, when :Miller stormed the clandestinely exported, and the temptation to so conspicuous in the human constitution sup .
noble and
a I "miserable Yankee rebels, our its products, and returns to its again. t
WJ
OIELLA! ftJ i O> English battery, or when, in the language of do so from the high duty of fix per cent, on sainted fore fathers would have found infinitely and that he has made up his mind cheerfully What then can be more appropriate! than to ;
-- ---- --- -- ---- -- --- -- General Brown, General) Jessup showed exportation, caused amount to to endure the of his situation.Ho .
a very large b more trouble than they experienced in freeingour hardships devote all his faculties to its improvement l't t
From Recollections of ..Mexico.BT himself to his friends in a sheet of fire." I do smuggled. That this was extensively prac- beloved country from the yoke of British has no inducement held out to him to behave It is the farmer's toil that ids health

tVADDT THOMPSON. not think that the Mexicans are deficient in tised was known to every one in .Iexico.To .- tyranny. It was a commonly received opine courageously. The government allowshim and vigor, givetf strength preserves and elasticity to his

MEXICO.; courage ; or it might be moro properly said form any accurate estimate of the amountof : ion in their army then, that one John Bull was twentJ.f'e cents a day and his clothing. spirits, develops more fully his mental energies

THE ARMY OF MEXICO-UNDISCIPLINED I that they are indifferent to danger of the preservation the exports of specie, a very large addition I equivalent to half a dozen Yankees ; and it Very government forgets or is unable to and makes him in !one of the noblest .
TROOPS-MODE OF RECRtITING-TEXIA.\ of a lifo which i is really so worthlessto must be made on this account. Three or four i was not they had been driven from the forward the funds ; then he has to find his food of God's creation reality-a real substantial '

CONFLICTS-PUBLIC DEBT OK MEXICO- the most of them. But with the disadvantages millions would scarcely cover it. Add to these i country, unti they began to bcievl that man the best way he can ; but full or fasting, h man, vigorous in body as i mind. Though

MINES OF MEXICO TEMPERATURE OF to which I have adverted, the reader the amount retained in the country, and it will wherever found, was / afer the image is compelled, strictly and rigorously, to fulfli8 manual labr is to often held! in light estimation

MEXICO. will not be surprised that in all the conflicts be very safe to assume the present produce of : of his maker ; and that if the patriotism of a duties. But if the government does i part dignity in all its applications

That which is in all respects the greatest with our people, in which they have 'been more the mines at from twenty t'vo to twenty-four |: nation w is once thoroughly aroused, their love I towards the soldiers, the money is sent to the when directed by intelligence to some useful

nuisance, and the most insuperable barrier to or less engaged for the last thirty jears, they I.I.I millions of dollars per annum. The whole j| of liberty really awakened, they were not to Coone! of the regiment for distribution, and purpose. To cultivate the soil is an interes'-

the prosperity and progress of Mexico, is the have always been defeated. I amount coined at the mint in the city of Mexico I be conquered, though they might be extl"uin. hf being a man of influence and connexions, ing pursuit ; to increase i's products a profitable .

, army. They will tell you there that it amounts In the accounts which Ir. Mofiit gives of, since the Conquest is S I 1OOO.UUO:; ; since ated. This fact is plainly illustrated, even at.. of course is above suspicion ; availing himself study; i exalts the mind, which, whilst

to forty thousand men ; but they have never the battle at Bexar where General Cos surrendered -I I I 1G90, $293,903,750. :Mining in Mexico, as I the present time, by RUsia and Afghani al, of which power, he only distributes to the poor quietly contemplating the result of i iu occupation ,

bad half that number. I hare no doubt that to Colonel Milaiu: he has overstatedthe everywhere else, is a game of chance ; and, !I and the unavailing attempts ot to conquer privates six cents per diem, barely enough to is lifted up with thankfulness to that Being
the the Texian force. There were only two hun like all of chance, there are more keep soul and body together, and appropriatesto
accounts at Department of War exhibit games many i. Abdel el Kader. Not that the Mexicansare I who has ordained that our labor shall be
,
nearly the number stated, but a large propor dred and nineteen Texian engaged in that losers than winners amongst those who playat equal: to the Americans, either mentally. bis own benefit the other nineteen cents. so richly re'Trde. .'

tion of them are men of straw-fictitious names battle, and they had no artillery but one six it. morally or physically ; nor is there any doubt I This: is a well known fact, but dishonesty in i The farmer is an ornament to ''

fradulently inserted for the benefit of the officers pounder. The :Mexican f force was fourteen l is risking very little to say that if Mexico of the possibility of Mexico's being conquered : office is so general a thing amongst the hi h.j society ; his path is open to prosperity, wealth

who pay them. They are paid everday, hundred men, with twenty>two pieces of artil- was inhabited by our race, that the produce I by this government ; it is an universally accredited er cases, that it excites neither surprise or and reputation, and he wi always retain his
or, rather, that is the law ; but the pay is justas lery. The :Mexicans were in a stone buildingwith of the mines would be at least! five times as I opinion throughout the United States enquiry-. In regard to his clothing, the soldieris I steady value. To fill place to which he

fictitious as the muster rolls. walls three or four feet thick, and were great as it now is. There is not a mine which that the Mexicans are commonly weak, ignorant -I, hned very much after the same fashion, I :s justly entitled, he should be well bred ; it is

) They have more than two hundred s ncrals, : protected besides by an outside stonewall two would not be worked, and as many more new and unskilful soldiers, without a spark of' unless he he fortunate enough to get into one I the true test of excellence. What can be l t

most of them without command. Every officer feet high and six feet thick.; The attack was ones discovered. In five years with such a patriotism, and devoid of every other virtue ; I' of the few crack regiments ; the Commissarywho more worthy of respect than the venerable ;9

who commands a regiment has the title of] made about midnight, the Texians 1 clamberingover population, and only of an equal) number with and that the general, \\ho commands the American has control of the funds for the purchase parents of a wel bred family; their true '

general, and is distinguished from generalswho ll the walls as best they could. At daylight that which Mexico now has, I do not hesitateto army, will have nothing more to do than of clothing, thinking, with FalsiafT that ragged worth cannot oTer- ; they have ',

have no commands by the addition of General Cos surrendered and gave up assert that the mineral and agriculurl ex- march to the city of Mexico, plant the Star I'' and bare-footed soldiers make as good food for done their duty and in the contempla.

General effective." The rate of pay is not his twenty two pieces of artillery, only stiulating | port alone would nearly equal exportsof Spangled Banner, and send to our capitol as j i gunpowder as well dressed ones, and that it is tion of a hardy and prou progeny, their i

very different from that of our own army.- for the return of his men to Mexico, and any other country of the world. The last brief despatch as C sar'e, I came I saw I I much more comfortable to him to keep the money earthly enjoyments are perfect. ,

Each officer and soldier. however, is his own some of his !small'; arms. time I examined the tables upon that subject, I conquered !" This they will certainlyfind I I than to spend it for them. But if the soldier -1 1I { How inferior is the value of the pompous

commissary, no rations being issued ; and the The battle of :Mier was fought: under precisely the whole exports of the produce of British j I to be an erroneous opinion. First, however I is fortunate enough to escape starvation : ignoramus, linkt to some proud dame, and

are well satisfied if they receive enough of equal circumstances, so f far as defenceb labor was about two hundred and sixty millions let us examine the present condition of! in barracks, look at his situation on the battlefield puffed up wealth and imaginar im

their pay to procure their scanty rations, which were concerned-the troops! on both sides fir- of dollars per annum. Mexico in the possession the Mexican army ; the way i is recruited ; I ; he has no pleasant prospects to look forward ; portance. He i never always I E:

was very rarely the case, except with Santa ing from the flat roofs of the houses. There cf another race would approach that a- the material of which it is composed, and the to ; if he -ictoriol and escapes un. I! craving for something beyond his reach ; for i .

Anna's favorite troops, whom he always kept were two hundred and seventy Texians en- mount in ten years. inducements held out to the soldiers to behave 'i, wounded, after performing prodigies of valor, ;! homage which is never paid ; for respect ,

about his person, and this made it their inter :paged against twenty six hundred :Mexicans. The mean temperature of the city is about valiantly. The number of the regular! standing he is no better of than before. The officers i which is never accorded. When stiffly seat. .

est to sustain L im. In one of the last conversations The battle lasted eighteen hours, and the result 38, and the range above or below that point force amounts to thirty thousand men ; on who were out danger during the action,now I II ed in his gaudy equipage be imagines him. '

which I had with him, I told him that was less than thirty7 exians killed and 'but very small. I have been in no other paper quite a formidable array, but with the I come forward, receive all the honors and emoluments self a superior being, and glorias in his arrogance

the army would remain faithful to him just so wounded, and from five to seven huu'ircd country in which the temperature| becomes so I exception of a few regiments, they are moat ; and he returns to his former hard lot and pride. He mingles in the fash il
:Mexicans. From information, which I much cooler after and what is In of starving and freezing. But if he is unfortunate ionable
long as he could pay them, and no longer and upon sunset, inexplicable miserably armed equipped and officered. throng; his finery and show attract
that I did not see how it was possible for him have entire reliance, the :Mexicans were a- to me I frequently walked half a mileat I Mexicothough nominally a Republic, political enough to be wounded,how pitiable thenis the giddy gaze, and gives food for reflection !;

to pay them much longer. bout to retire and had their horses saddled fir midday in that tropical sun without the influence and wealth governs the appointmentof his situation ; his only hope is death. The to the sensible and sedate, but he has no claim f,

The result proved the truth of both predic- I that purpose| when the Texians were most unfortunately slightest perspiration. This, I think, is no all officers, both ch'i and military, more. Mexican surgeons being few, careless and inattentive to the praise of' good breeding; his SODS grow .

tions, and that, I have no doubt, was the cause! induced to surrender,-their ammunition recommendation but an objection to the climate even than in the most despotic governments of their whole time is consumed in at. up to be dandies and coxcombs,and his daughters

of the resolution which o"cr.threhim.. It is I being nearly exhausted, and hearing that of -Mexico, and is, I have no doubt, the Europe. Under the present system and government tending to the sore fingers and headaches of, to be coquettes and prudes. Behold them \1

not alone with French sansculottes that *la a large reinforcement of the :Mexican armywas cause of much disease. The rainy season talents, courage, or ability, are of no ; the lady officers ; without tent, hospital ac.commodations in the streets! they are the laughing stock of ,

erte et la peme,' is a cry of fearful pot en lih.j i near at hand. When the prisoners oliowere generally commences in the last days of May avail to the aspirants after honor or fame, unless or surgeon, the wounded can all. Pursue them to the drawing room ; sU-

Shortly before I le !Mexico, an officer in the : taken at Mier, rOe upon their guard on and continues to the first of October, some aided by the influence of powerful con-1 ii die in the field, or recover as Providence may approbatio is the only support for their imagined

army came to the city and settled his accounts I the march to Mexico, there were less than two times a little later ; during that period there is nexions, or great wealth. Such being the i ordain ; if he reco\"t'f without being disabled, superiority. Follow them to the grave ;

with the War Department, and received a cer- I hundred Texians, and the Mexican guard consisted rain every day. Not what 1 would call a rainy fact, it ceases to be a matter of astonishment he is compelled to remain in the army ; shouldhe but few tears are shed to their memory, and

tificate that twenty-five hundred dollars wen I of two hundred infantry and one hun. "pel but the sun shines brightly in the morn that so many effeminate, ignorant, cowardly I be maimed, he is driven of without pay or their mother earth covers them with shame, ,

due him, after hawking it about amongst the died cavalry. The Texians had of course no ing generally until noon or a little later, and inefficient officers should be mustered in'i pension, to find his way or starveon for the bad example they have left to posterity. t'

brokers, he sold the claim for a hundred and arms of any sort, and the Mexicans anticipated and then pleasant! showers, fo.netimeserj: I the army. Nor is it a matter of surprise that'a '' the road side, and so ends the career of the Mark the contrast of good and bad breed. '!,,

twenty-five dollars, which was five cents on the attack. Yet in fifteen minutes the heavy rains, but never accompanied with violent regiment, having for its Colonel a child, some !' gallant rolun'eer. The arms now used by the ing, and the comparison will hold good

the dollar. :Mexicans were defeated.If winds. After the rain ceases in October, tirelrc years, who, perhaps, was never away |i :Mexican army are very inferior ; the muskets throughout the animal creation.It .

The Mexican army, and more particularlytheir the main body of the Teiians! had not not another drop falls until the last of :May. from his mother until he is sent to the field of;, are nearly all English ones, that have been is the noble faculty of reason, which

cavalry, may do very well to fight each returned to Texas and had penetrated further This is the case in the table lands. In the battle, should disgrace itself i in action,the more ''I condemned ; the sabres are generally brittle ; gives to man his worth, power and dominion,

other, but in any conflict with our own or European into Mexico, no one ran fix a limit to their tri region'lying between the degrees 23 and 33, particularly it is invariably the habit of these and the powder in use is very weak, the grain and it is by its aid, that be has produced the

. troops, it would not he a battle but a umphs. I have no doubt that they would have on the Pacific ocean, this is reversed, and the brave carpet knights, at the commencement of coarse and large. This, with the exception most wonderful physical developments in those ;

massacre. Frederick the Great, who was the been extensive and important. I regret that rainy season occurs there in the winter months; an engagement, to retire to the rear, and after i I of a few Danish and German officers of bravery animals which are most necessary for his

author, in a great degree, of the modern system I have not yet been able to procure a copy of, occasionally in January and February there is having snugly ensconced themselves in some skill and education, is the material of use ; improvements which alone place the

of tactics had three maxims as to General Green's account of that short but a cool night and sometimes they,say there is a safe place, tell their soldiers to go on and fight. which the present Mexican army is composed.To farmer amongst the greatest benefactors of

ry. First, that e. cavalry corps should ca"al-I most remarkable' campaign,and the consequences little frost-I never saw any. The difference, This is not exaggerated, but is sober truth ; I drive these back into the Mexican territories mankind. Through his perseverance, his

be charged but should always make the which followed it. however, between the summer and winter have myself seen several boys, scarce higher will give the United States but little trouble ingenuity and his labor in promoting good

Second, that, in a charge of cavalry, they The public debt of Mexico may be, I think, months is scarcely felt; indeed, in the day time, than their swords, Colonels in actual command and if our government is content in so doing I breeding in the animals! necessary for his

were not going fast enough unless when halt. safely stated to be little, if anything, less thana it is a little cooler in the summer from the and at the head of regiments, in which and keeping them there, the Mexican war subsistence, and in bringing them to the highest .

S ed the froth from the mouth of the horse struck hundred million of dollars. Of this amount, constant rains, but the climate is altogether were many old men, of known and tried bravery will be soon ended. But should the war be state of perfection, the public welfare is

the rider in the face ; and third, which was something more than sixty millions are due to delcous In one wor I do not ve though poor, who had been second lieutenants carried into enemy's country, then will be discovered subserved, and the farmer deserves to be regarded s

rather the summing up of the first two that foreigners, including a debt of thirty.six millions thtre a country world for which God for twenty year and upwards. I was the true character of the Mexican by all reflecting men, a one of the

the spur was more important than the sword. of the Vice.royal Government, whichwas la done so much, very few for which man told by an American officer, in their service, people, and also that they are possessed of most important links in the chain of human

la other words that the impulse and momentum assumed by Mexico after her independence has done so little. (Captain Carter, of Louisiana, who was aid. bravery, patriotism, love for their homes and society, and the main pillar of the social edi

of the horse was of more and twenty five millions more to Mexican decamp to the commander in chief during the children, and are gifted with the power of fice. Wx. H. SOTU X.
the arms and blows of the rider.consequencethan What citizens. A large portion of this debt! The muscular power of the human body is campaign in Yucatan, where he highly distinguished endurance and harihoo in no common de Albany, N. Y., 1846.

then must betLe murderous inequality betweena was originally in the form of Treasury notes, indeed wonderful. A Turkish porter will trota himself and died from the effect of his gree. And the Mexicans ares

of American cavalry and an equal receivable at the Custom Hoilse. This was rapid pace, carrying a weight of six hun wounds shortly after his return to the city of much.underrated by those who have judgedof L SMITH.
corps dred pounds. Milo, a celebrated athletic of the whole people by the actions of the armies The followingWucbes upon the interest
number of Mexicans ? the estimate when I left :Mexico, near two Mexico,) that the most difficult and unpleasant o
The American from the sire years ago. Since that time there have been Crotona, in Italy, early accustomed himself to part of his military duty was that of finding the and officers during the last few years.- the audience, in one of Sol's mimic scenes :
corps, superior the burthens and by degrees the of that .Towards the close of the season branch
of their horses would twice muchground two re'olutions-and revolutions are nowhere carry greatest higher Mexican officers, during an engage Forgetting spirit patriotism pervaded a
and the, obstruction cover offered as the unexpensive that, including these and all became a monster in strength. I is said that ment being invariably obliged to go from halfa the whole land, the deeds of heroism performed of the company, consisting of eight tnen and .

Mexicans, their small and by other floating and unliquidated demands, such hp carried on his shoulder an ox four years mile to a mile in the rear of the army to find by these same people, the general ri- : five women, was sent out to Ruselie.lop
on scrawny ponies as the claims of our own citizens for indem old, weighing upwards of 1000 pounds, for them. The effect of this conduct in the officers !i ling of the whole population, old men, women i kinsville and Clarksville,
would their hones stumblein
scarcely cause to nity, I am very confident that the whole pub- above 40 yards, and afterwards killed it witha must be pernicious, and most dishearttn. and boys, whilst struggling to free themselves ment. While performing the 'Stranger a
riding over them ; to say nothing of the blow of his fist. Ho times of Clarksville, one of auditors became interested .
the and our
lic debt does not fall short of the amount whichI was seven crowned ing upon the soldiers. Having such miserable from power Spain, which resulted a
greater inequality the men themselves, five have stated.According. at the Pythian games, and six at the Olym is one great cause of the disgrace in the ejectment of the Spniarl in 1821, ( in the last scene, that he got u and
to one at least in individual combats, and He himself the seventh time ofcer had addressed brother follows '
to Humboldt, there were three pian. presented that hasso often overwhelmed the Mexican notwithstanding they possession my as : Cm
more than twice that in a battle. The infantry thousand mines of the precious metals in Mexico but no one had the courage to enter the list But what else could be expected I no of the country three hundred years, and had Smith, look over what's pt and tke

1 would do be think found that even the more Mexican impotent.have in 1804. Since that time many more have, against him. He was one of the disciples of one army.looks for virtuous actions or noble sentiments large garrisons of veteran soldiers in ever your wife, for Il b d- i you'll get such

not men no doubt, been discovered. Any one who PhvthagoraR, and to his uncommon strength emanating from a man whose mind is village, town and city throughout :\ ad another in a hurry!
much more physical strength than our women. the learned and his pupils owed these Mexicans descendants This reminds me of a similar effect .
discovers a new mine receives a grant from preceptor deranged ; and as tho mind is to the body and same are of those produced
They are generally of diminutive stature, their lives. The pillar which supported the Incas and Indians who by the performance of the 'Gambler's
the government for a certain portion of land, the actions of a mortal, so are the officers, the though conquered by
wholly unaccustomed to labor or exercise of including the mine. Not one fiftieth of these roof of the school suddenly gave way, but Milo mind and governing power of the army ; andit Cortez, displayed the most indomitable courage Fate in Huntsville, several years aerr
any sort, and as a conclusive proof of their the whole weight of the building, the last. It is During the last scene of that
mines are worked, which is attributed, in a supported is as reasonable to hope for wisdom in a to true they are ignorant mat thrilling
inferiority to our own Indians, I will mention great degree, to the high price of quick-silver. and gave the philosopher time to escape. In maniac it is fO valor in an army commanded and superstitious ; but this, instead of weak drama, where Albert Gennaine and his family
the fact that incursions made far a
frequent are his old Milo to pull a tree by them in where their are in a state of actual starra
This is caused by the monopoly, by the Roths age attempted up by cowards. Another reason far their ening a cause personal represented
into the interior of Mexico by marauding bands childs of the quicksilver mines of Spain, from its roots and break it. He partly effected it, inefficiency and want of spirit is rear ily found feelings are interested, only makes them the tion, a country gentleman in one of the side
who black ,
of Comanches, levy the northern mail to an enormous which the article is chiefly supplied. but his strength being gradually exhausted,the in the way they arc enlisted, and their ranks more dangerous foes : all being from their boxes suddenly rote up. '1 cannot s tis'
extent upon provincesof when half cleft and his hands and Said he in a voice loud enough to
There veins of gold ore which have tree, reunitd kept full. births Catb'olica they are taught firmly b al
It is unusual for bands are no
Mexico. not thus to several of a been .discovered in Mexico, with the exception remained pinched in the body of it. He was Getting into the army as they do, instead of believe they wi all go to Paradise, thus rob over the house. 'Gentlemn I propose we
hundred Comanches penetrate yet then alone,and being unable to disengage him bing death stings and the up something fo this woman.' He was
hundred miles into Mexico and carry off as of a few in the l1eighborho of Oax. its being astonishing that they fight so badly, it grave it mae '
and aca. A small amount gold is obtained self died in that position. it is a source of wonder that they fight at all. terrors. Though the people are generallypoor 1 'hushes, 'bet
horses cattle captives as they very
many than five thousand from working the earth of deposit mines. fOe Men are wanted to fill! up vacancies or to forma they are warmly attached to their country downs admOniSIJedH' 'is proposition did
less
choose there are not REVERSES OF FoRTt-NE.-How many not
. ; of the is found in recruting parties are sent I its climate, its manner" and their ; the contrary it
of the Coman- The principal portion gold the of new regiment ; rags
Mexicans at this moment slaves males, who once cherished expectation was received with
for knowing no other condition,they desire not considtblc laughter,
combination with silver The ores of into the and mountains, not with 'hit
ores. country
tribes the Co- life have been
chet-anc of all western station in reduced
our filling a splendid a whispered intimation
Guanabuato afford the largest proportion of sic playing to inspire ardor and martial mU-1 to alter their state. That the people are per. came to his ear frm a
Dela. their talents
manches the most cowardly-the to the necessity of exerting friend his elbow
are at that the
which is about three ennyweights of into the breast of the industrious and affectionate serially brave, I am confident ; for they, being distress of the
wares whip them five to one. gold | to subsistence You are all probably all sham! '
frequently gain family
was conlinu.
piqued with jealousy, I have time and Gentlemen
thus combined with Infer, is small, theyare Indians ; nor with mon y, potent deity, Ialoaeen
The soldiers of the Mexican are with such ; you may, perhaps the charitable
army gene. acquainted some of them stand and country
two to
detach. never separated, the amount of gold not of them that to excite cupidity in the rustic hearts ; but with to to fight e auitor. 'you may
out recruiting have beard it remarked and '
rtllycollected by sending for the and short pieces of they with short knives until one or the other would hu' orer' as as you please! -
into the mountains where they hunt the being an adequate compns3.tion very their trials, by throwing them upon their own lariat rope go pre. I
Bents These ores pared to hunt against these orderly, peaceful fall, without either having moved in his tracks ; my part see anything to laugh at ;
Indiana; in their dens and caverns, and bring expensive process resources,have rendered their characters more the has'nt and
width Wherever and in the revolution between Santa Anna you see woman anything to eat,
found in veins of various and hard working agriculturalists.
them in ehahu to Mexico there is scarcely a are principally interesting and valuable. Those of you who that little child of hers almost fam-
; there soldier and Bustamente, they charged to the can poor seem
and with a dip about forty.fivedegrees they see an Indian, they spy a up
day that drove of these miserable and more generally o now enjoy prosperity, may have no fear that shad I would'nt the, her
now
] and always in primitive rock, no matter where they find him ; if he is in the nons whilst belching forth their fiery deat ; giro n
than half naked wretches are not seen thus most commonly, o this, I think 'your situations will ever change ; you those may not field tilling the ground, that from its bosom he and throwing lariats over the muzzles,rn of hubad; the fr red cent; h "
chained the prhr. conceive the possihjlity of suffering reverses the has'nt
: and
together marching through with them being th really woman
differ from yet discovered in may extract sustenance for family, spurs whis discharged ; d
scoured they have witnessed in others. But hi served this distress she has followed her
streets to the barracks,where they are I know of none which hare been you are clapped to their horses, away they go, only once, many times, though par ; ho
and then dressed in a uniform made of linen this countr species of rock. riches are, proverbially, fleeting; a storm at belter,skelter, until one of them is near enoughto ties of only thirty-five would care and onlyone band through all his wanderings,'and J her
cloth or of and are occasionally drilled fond sea may wreck the freighted vessel, on which with what is where she was
aerjge The produce of the mines! of Mexico is cast the unerring lasso over the poor crea or two escape lf. friend cmob. o
-which drilling consists mainly in teachiqg families may depend for wealth ; fire may consume than in which you may
or larger, now than at any other ture's head, and he is fast ; if he is standing more courageous manner scamp. J&b
them to march in column through the streets. quite u large, of but property ; the failure of others may involve by the conch of a sick wife or 'tis no the Rcher broke the.line of the Spanish here goes my V! And sure
Their bands and the taking an average te.n'ean in embarrassment ; the channels of cbi thrrew a pocket .There,mjrcood
s military are good, men pro the I yon matter, the wants most army two lial together and fas. I b .
learn to march Indifferently well-but only a profitable t in machinery trade may be diverted, manufacturing interests and without government time being allowed him event tening the ends to of:their sad. man, Mrs. o wh ver jrour Baa.
, fcdifieready well their feet down as to the immense JDyean j may decline, or landed estates may link in ( dies thus '' pl hide may take that I, nwtshioa toe
-they put the adieu family be is bound to the having forty rope b b
now ,
, ores
', if and the labor'of raising value these and thousand other t h. /oorsolf comfertaWo;;fa* Jatme
tJMj wsrs Tooling for the place, and do not gr ma- upon a ca arm of and marched tween every two men,they would start,fifty a me
the rude and uneipeasire poor
corn the uncertain tenure of worldly II dr o to ISfyottr linliiiHl> M faaythUtf
**pitti thai jaunty erect and graceful aixwhich cedo. with the until the After a hundred and drive into the Spanish, .
chinerr heretofore used, and the comparative. oarty up. togther. columns about or ha'li JOOM 44Ut*t1islC
i; is so Waatifof in well drilled troops.Jj .- small labor of taking oat the ores. The depend. ing in this way collected as many men as are lines, disordering their M i +Arith,.... J rg
; to the 'wlteelia of welWraiaed'ttoOpl, Jy though themselves a certain d. d : -
which the great mine An it down as wanted, binding together by ropesgoing de'yoetta .
now t.
MM the opeoiftg and shutting of a gate or the company 0.0 o exha paper pot nr a above.the elbows and.thU hintarfl &aM S
del MOoe'bavq in the last few three babies, tel a *
Real a gnTinaJdifecufcti w.
and enter sutetxitioa d other eyohRpoms, and other yaex cid lay t a' Is'formed around them to "T. t"m
ti33edi; machioery way Co.o'Jdei
"tI5y JIOIabt a them. "Oi r! liner| 1 bir.



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1. 11'4; te .\*. O. DelIa, Extra*>th tilt. Tie Grand .Jury l'reieutment From the .JV. O. Delta Jtne' 1. From the .Mobile HtralJ tf TWii/nf, /in/ wall Irving of time Vera as Cruz,!t" Mr. Editor : I ventured some time since, throtgh

; FROM THE SEAT OF WAR OF BENTON COUNTY, APRIL TERM, 3S45.- 'Latest from Jllcxlco. Five days later from exleo.Tb The editor (we quote from the Delta) eo on to*ay your columns, to risk a mild criticism cf the ges*.T.t

Late arrira.1 Malamtrax : Grand in and for the County of The Port of Vera Crtu Blocko4ed-thepowes' ( bark Louisiana arrived at New Orleans on that the Mexican peoplehould have no farther consideration Militia Law of Florida, and to tu gest some revision: V
tal'e without Ojt- TIll Inquest of American Contul OrkJered Tuesday.with advices five days later from Vera Cruz for their enemies, and the cannons of the and amendment which appeared to me to be abio-

,. position-Mexican Soldim Deserting in i Brnton, upon: the close of their labors at the to the /"tnio.nnlltd-"fmo'it1 Ilt County-igot, of We aie indtbe to the Picayune for an extra con- Castle of San Juan de Ulua should be fired at the bitchy necessary, in order to place the ends of*p land

Great Humbert-Additional particulars of: present term, have to congratulate their fellow the Government to tut tain the H'ar tff. tainingthe news. Crt American vessel that comes within their range. efficient organization within the reach of tbcM

of the 8th and citizens upon the few cases of criminal char. The Thxtus Captain Merrill, frcfci Ver.iCrnz The blockade of the port of Vera Cruz commence Te same journal referring to the order isre by entrusted with that duty, and I intended to purrw a
th 0 9-lndatli.1 barque
c the 20th. Fifteen day were allowed that American still further the investigation in
on a subsequent
.I ucter for their consideration. This is highly! here Saturday evening. .We *ceived al government every nan.
lubnc., JfC. arrire tral vessels in to load and within the time ardent friend
the the
of
port depart. should not leave port stipulated ber,hoping thereby, as an enter
when it is recollected that from the city of Mexico to tie 15th
stcarnshipTelegrapb is just in. From gratifying, we are papers orders from Ihe Mexican Government the Am. into tbe
mile however
're and from Vera Crux to the time of her By would be sent twenty leage. inleror, reommends prize,to contribute my small, in per.
the following Kjnopsis of the latest news from inhabiting a new County in \thich emigration She the 20th inst. We learn depa1ure'-1 erican Consul's office was to be closed, and he and that none of aln under their grasp fecting the details of this important arm of the public

the seat of war, it will be seen that the Itul.i- i is daily and numerously l filling up with an in. nile. on the U. S. team frigate Mjssissppi) arrived -] all American citizens were to leave by the 20th. On should be pardoned. Insult insult, and life for service, but in which 1 have been temporarily C
in heretofore 1. that day the tsasexpectedto go on board the life, is their motto. arrested by the total demolition of my battery,which
section
con or rather the Rio Grande crossed lathe lelligcnt population a so Vera Cruz on the )19th,with the new, of the C
f i steam frigate This frigate and the Ra 24th El Indicator calls the
On the on mounted and
Mississippi. government proved to be insufficiently crumbled
settled and battles of the 8th and 9th inst. Care to -
where crime was
advance division of our gallant army, and:' sparsely more might it from the Mexican though it i it fen the ritan were at anchor off Vera Cruz on the 15th and to arm every one of their vessel a privateers, before the first blast of a redoubtable oppontnt. I
keep thought r
that the base existed. the cf war Falmouth was lying off the port. and letters of to Mexican who the
before Itrssons
enemy fe themfrsertingtheir : fact of their defeat might have 1 leaked, and sloop to give marque every Profiting nothing, however, by recentlj
towns and and th"r to A strict enforcement of the penal enact out. dfllal The Louisiana and Helen MeLlo got off in great asked for them in order, a the eitorl significantly taught me on the Rio Grande, instead of taking up a
permitting
for .
fall into the of without ments of our State is the surest of The Mississippi and had blockaded the haste to prevent being seized.The express it, to give the VanKtes !" The article tail tcalfc" and beating a hasty retreat from the
possession our army a j guarantee : Falmoull reached Vera Cruz that .
day they news winds by hoping that Mexicans will betray of have concluded
sie up humility
our continual advancement and of Vera Cru been received from nt scene my again to
defensive shot. The glorious lit I prosperity. port Order Mazatlan and in favor of Santa their but the Americans ,
pronounced .
andeJr.u country pay equal make resistance, and seek at least to cover re
the of Mexico dircctin all Americans to leave nj
battles of the 8th and 9th, : trck Let the commission of crime 'be followed Vera city Cruz bv the 2Ith in t. ;Mr. Diamond, onr Con Anna. General Alvarez was Iti carrying on his coin. By an advertisement in that paper, we see treatby a show of opposition.I .
I with and visitation of the law hostile in the south part of the depart the of Vera Cruz tails the
speedy that on public had
into the enemy, and decided, it would jutjt sul, was preparing to alllr. and be seldom called from ment of Mexico.A by order of the government devote three days in made in first i deemed
our erroneous by
that the my essay ,
the fate of the campaign. This i is ctizn wi vessels of war. It generally thought any
lot \a circulation that Gen. intended .
\ in
report was ParNle offering public for the success of the Mexican would hat been met in the kind feelinz
their same and
to the indiscriminationsof American vesl in (the barque' Louisiana prayers
our brave fellows want ; they would like to I hom(5 pass upon lef port to leave the city of Mexico at the head o( arms against the Americans. corrected and if failed
and the lrig McLrod) be seized by by argument, DDT views to
meet foemen worthy of their steel ; but will their fellow men. the: MexicansTheontractor wO'1 more troops to reinforce the army of the North. stand the lest of judicious criticism, then I wooli a
The Public Roads in this The against the Americans has From the A": O. t
they ., County, are a supplier fur the American squadron animosity existing Jtjfertonian.LATER have abandoned them and embraced the most practicable

From the Galtto7's, Extra Mual.l subject to which the attention of the County had ben forbidden by the Vera Cruz authoritiesto been violently of the inereae ult.by the news of the two actions FROM THE ARMY means of accomplishfbg the greatest good;

The pilot boat L.. M. Hitchcock, Captain Commissioners should! bo given ; and also we e1 with more The enormous? foiced loans: which the Government The steamer Mary } ingsland,Capt. Davis,arri'e I but instead of that I find the weapons of sarcasm and
f The boarded off the harbor of Vera last four off Point chafing ridicule, halted to exceeding keenness,
Thxtu from Isabel l
call the attention of 1 the County Commissionerto was the evening, days ,
had the latter had declared
which left this with Stills
Wright, city Capt. I the of suitable Court House for Cruz by the U. S. ship Falmouth and look a letter impOlc totally upon unable dtrg The on the 2 building a metropolitan 1I
company on Saturday morning last, returned I bar from her. infantry volunteers,arrived from Texas at that Point an.j precision, too, that proves my assailant no novice
church ordered of
yesterday, having lef Krazos Santiago last: ; County and State purposes. The County Com The brig St. Petersburg sailed on the 10th for New month was the church to furnish of a subsidy $ ',OOO( by the way of Padra Island. Among the infantry, in the use of such weapons. Not satisfied with
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Tuesday at 0, P. We get the following' Ui sioner are clothed with power, and should York.We per : Guadalajara Iidloean$3OOO 20, '"X))-of Durango -ciPuebla I\3 a company of riflemen, SO in number, all German knocking rnv whole form into pi, and leaving me a
attend This entitled have been to make tIl following :J'IJ-f : from Lavacca which there to Bounder in obscure though hopeless despondency -
information from Capt. Wright : to this business. County is permitted ;.,( and of Oajaca ,N.rxjO Thes great sums emigrants was said to be t
I extract from a letter rCi'ed by a higl.ly re"pda- the finest at the Point.A he must needs renew the onslaugh and gloat
of land law of Congress
section
lo a by month show that the President is determined company
quarter to
Gen. per
crossed the ISth took the
Taylor on i ble Mexican house in ths city: party of dragoons and ra enent in in monstrous delight ovei the havoc which he has
town of Uarrita, with little or no resistance, on to build a Court House, and the Cominissioners VERA Cnrz, May 19, J 1S-M.; I pr"ICUle.the! with energ'; he will never be Arista's forces who had fled!from Matamoroi pursuit on made and proclaim to the world the accuracy of

the came day. On the 19th, it was reportedthat I should give th ir earliest attention .. S A circular ha been issued I: attn Senor to collect Gomez such Farias lo'O., so well known here has been the ISth,;and after a slight rencontre with the rearguard iui demonstration, as well as the perfection of his P r

thiee thousand men had crossed the river, lu this matter, and locate the land for that pur. i\ the government stating that all the American arrested by the Government. captured some mutes and a small lot of camp m;ans. My allusions," says Col. Belland he will I t
j Consul rrase immediately from recognised, excuse me for again using that term, for I have always
We also call the attention of the citi. blirI Cfjuippage.
but of the volunteers had pose. Gen. Almonte has made a formal resignation of his
none yet gone ( \\'c. Lens to locate the Sixteenth Sections of each and ordering .all Amerion. .(itl?; : k or r-- mission to France. The taking of bbmfrO without a single struggle known him by that title, are perfectly honest
Gen. Taylor was on the other side. He in-1! rie into the interior wittnn eignt. days I ne u. s. In the has, in a great measure, quelled the fears of those i so far as perfection of language,ridicule and
lends, as we understand, to proceed immediately -|; Township, for the children of our country, steamer Mississippi jesti-iday ordered dT a vessel at regard the head to of f report the as to El Pared.s putting; himself who believed that the Mexicans weie determine- sneering sarcasm are concerned." Now would it

( ] to the city of Matarnoras, which he expects i which is the duty of all to attend to. ('rorn the port, but site I came in during the night : is uncertain whether army he will repair RfpubHeano to the 83 Rio sit to prosecute with unabating vJVor, the attack upon not, Mr. Cuter,have been more magnanimous in my
thu. proving the to bo blockaded, at lea>t to na. friend to have enjoyed the pleasure of a silent tnnmph -
port
I \Ve recommend t the authorities of Fott Brown. On the mcrning of the 17th ult., a-
Grande; .
lo take without I the firing of a gun. Nothing proper nr to Yen Cruz ; but that be will leave the
tional ve'ieU-a step wliicli* has materially romproni.sed l>aut sun-rise, Gen. Ampudia the signal that rather than proclaim to the world the "per-
further has been heard of the reinforcements I our State to grant liberal donations of land to the American vessels in the harbor and we capitol a!soon as Congress a''lmhe.I.'ul he wished lo hold p.arly with gave Gen. Taylor He fcrtion of language, sarcasm and ridicule"by which

that were reported to be on their wayto t I all who will settle south of Tampa Bay, as are vtry much afra.d that vc shall. not be allowed tot accounts hud of Ihe dissirul aCtloM of the 8th camp over to the American: camp in person, and requested he had wrought my disaster,and thus render it possible b
reached] the
and in the
c-.pitol, appeared
the relief Ampudia.. j I we are under the opinion that it would have !:'th the Thirl'us. official 1 far thin of Gen.; Taylor the granting of an armistice. I} more manifest the fact of a superiority on his S
The *ernment is making every effort tn carry out jrr31 They are mrt acrurate by : To this Gen. I 1 in tie exercise of those natural and acquired
found Mexican the tendency to remove the savages in a more 50 Taj lor replied, Sir, the time for asking part
,and do credit Arista.
Capt. a ) generally to
Symplon a fldays with and has JIXiea1 constitute the distinctive features
the replenished treasiry which
war SU.-CMS an armistice is ou havethouzht endowments,
of
should
p fcince in a thicket. As soon as he was tli"cov- {. speedy way than by arms, and with less expense by carryinz through some very strong measures. The news was TNeid with profound regret, hut this brorf; it is now pat too; ) late to think of such a o( mental superiority ? But there is an abate ttC

cred he threw away his arms, saying that he to the State. Thf j ) Ca; 'lle of Juan tie Ulua and! this city are in : with an apparent dftf'rmillation to field the war out. thing." Gen. Ampndia then desired a suspensionof I' ment of mortified feeling,a source of some consolation 7

had been fighting a month \yith nothing but i i We also believe that it i is the interest ofthp nllunt state of dd.nCf and would require a very From the utilities. This also, Gen. Taylor positively refused springing up amidst the rhetorical beauties and

bread and water for provisions, that L? now :j St.ite to sell, a quick as possible, all lands !trf>nj force t.> be sent if an attack ,.et. mrdibf'i Mo'/ilf Herald 1blnl. Tth inst. stating that he had brought all his cannon to bright scintillations of intellect attributed to me ina
of the of From the of
The llepublirano city ITIcxiro. the Fort and he was determined that they should subsequent paasazeMounts car triumph
i shall have foster
t wished to surrender to the .Americans, as Ip they located, so as to emigration an article against the government, in which it animadverts The New Orleans palrl( jC'sterday bring us render him some service, at the same time pointing and rides off Scott free, brandishing his victorious
would under the Mexican to our country. We habeen informed the actual tttate of thme at- word in air, which in effulgent lustre
fight no longer goV.ernment upon country, further! particulars of the news from Mexico. It to: the cannon and his position. high poised a:
and that two-thirds of the uhue! > ,|that the officers of our County have not re. tacked as it is by a -rcin enemy ', a'id with !prnpKct appeared to be a very unanimous determination of Ampu.lia then asked Gen. Taylor if, in surrendering seems to eclipse high Heaven'* twinkling lamina-

Mexican force wished to do the same. !|: ceivcd the late laws and resolutions! of our of a local revolution. That paper avers that the people and the Government to curry on the war Matamorns, he would be allowed to except the rip,." Whew if this is not a pastry suited to deli tra
Statehich: in want of which each. in ca.>ps now en inrptlin with vigor. ('lovernment; property. Gen. Ta)lor replied No, and cate taste, then there mast be a vitiation somewhere
The Sea arrived there the llh) they are
a steamer on : the enemy would be entered to act in snp- The new minister of Finance had issued decrees that he intended to take the to'\n at 4 a. mo. the incurable. But enough. TI-c kind tender which CoL a
< from New Orleans, filled with volunteers : the County: i is entitled to. I either cue paity or the other claiming a lo.cal ordaining that for one year from the 1st in't., a deduction next day.. Ampudia then retired, and Gen. Talor Bell has made to Scott"cf the hospitalities of his

tteamcr Alabama left on the same day fur New 'i We,wi!h to draw the attention of the citizens supremacy.As of one-fourth shall be made from the salaries -I maclto his forces up to Fort Brown and at day- house, proves the absence of every thing like the V

Orleans. and more particularly the officers, of the a proot of the thcipline and manner in which. ; of all public officers and from pensions, the following I romolcec cro ing. No rci'tancea. of- feeling of malice a prepense," and it is hereby accepted

County to the patrol law, as we are of the tile Mexican soldiers are treated by their officer, WP being exempted from the deduction : military tred : on the bank, and it is said that ,as it has been in days of yore ; and as to th*
4 1 Te steamship Telegraph i is exjK-ctrd Iire | wil mention the case e,f a soldier named Pablo CJar- men in active service, persons attached to the military many of then assisted. in landing the boats. One democratic character of his personal wardrobe of indigo I

evening. When Capt. Wright loft there ;! opinion that that important law is much neglected cn. who, fur some dereliction of duty, was most 1 bureaus: : revenue otlicers and persons whose incomes : officer: a Lieutenant of the cavalry was drowned in blue, in the shape of a hunting shirt, it is no

the was then raising steam to get ofi -,!he was ; and that we see the slaves of our cruelly whippet and then sent to a dungeon underground from the Treasury do not exceed three hun crossing the river. After being crossed they were I obstacle in the way of Scott"for he belongs pret-

slightly aground. County have too much privilege in earning cier. rota the nature of his wounds pan- dre dollars a year. It is also ordained that the military met by a number of citizens and Mexican officers I t; much to the round coat" democracy, and can I
I II arm, and more particularly! violating! the Sabbath r ned in the absence of medical care, tiP died in si\.ido1 departments shall pay at the expiration of every who dcirt. to know of Gen. Taylor if they could I j, sport as blue and nhort a hunting shirt as the Colonel :
From the Gahttton.\eunEttra Txau I;
!/, s afterward his body was in such a manzlcd month into the the sum of until Gen. Tailor re. and he may do his best. And as to the throat
I Treasury) property.
JTIalnitioras Taken P.II.// day, to the good order and peace of so. .tale that he died on his knees, not being able to lie the< war is closed. 30.fO plied that lie wanted all the town. The American made at Scott's" State pride it is rather complimentary SC.

The steamship Telegraph hasjust ariivcd ; ciefy. ( own. Don Jose Maria.de Irigoyen has been named There are venty-thre departments, and the aggregate forces then marched into the place, and Adj. Bliss to his feelings than offensive. He is proud C.I.C.C

from feint Isabel. Through the politeness! of ) Having !hastily noticed men matters and I ;overnor of Chihuahua. sum to be raised from them i is therefore seven rode up to the Fort and sounding the parley, demanded -I, of the gallant little state of his nativity, and Col. B. .
In the of Sonora, the Apache Indians the surrender of the paid a flattering compliment to that pride in taking
things as the Jury consider their duty to do, Department millions a Jea. This, including the reductions of town ; he was aske if
her obliging clerk, we have. been furnished '! with the Constitution of State before iid attacked the town of Upnto, where they killed) salaries, tt.1 r. pibr source of re\enul, and the force the Government property would b excepted ; I from her statures the almost entire military law 6C.
with the following information : our us, :t.2 Mexicans, the Indians stealing every thing theyouII loan of -fliM.OOO' on the chnrches, will, if paid plied that nothing could be retaine; ALL must which he reported to the Senate.
we cannot close our labors of this Term with .' their hand These uniformed re.1 .I must be for noticing one more objectionable C.b
pardoned
t Reports, that on the Ibth ins!t., a detachment ; lay on. Apaches are a very effective war income. On the 15th. awe surrenderl The Mexican fai was
of 300 Regulars and 350 Volunteers i; out returning our hearty and sincere thank in in a blue cloth frock coat with red facings, learn from the Picayune, the archbishop replied hallld rwn, and the Star Spanle Banner ran feature, to my mind, in our present law.-
.. \\hich believe the citizens generally and pantaloons of the name Ituf.with caps,and they to the minister of tbe treasury touching this ecclesiastical The joined loudly cheering of the ar- I It provides that where two counties term a Regiment C
proceeded to Barrita and took possession ol it, they) Baltzeli are armed with rifles. ,. department w. loan, stating that he had summoned an ecclesiastic A sufficient force was then plce in the Fort, i they shall be organized into separate Battalions
and established a military depot. In the ui !ht t unite to I Honor, Judge Thomas in a dreadful state of misery and consternation. convention to meet that morning before and the army after moving town, drew and these Battalions never be required to meet

of the 19th, an express arrived from Genera! f'r the able and dignified manner in which Several robberies ,>a large scale habn lately whom lie matter would 0(laid ; and that he would i ofl and encamped in the vicinity. Not a gun was and unite in Regimental parade, and yet while they

I '. Taylor, stating that he had crossed the Rio i he has presided over the Court, believing i in I committed in the city /f Mexico neighborho co-operate to the extent of his powers .in a war in I fired. Ampudia retreated from the town immediateI I remain aj separate in their organization, and u disconnected
the administration of justice will $4. which were at stake the two precious objects of Jy after the interview with Gen. Tajlor.Arista in their deft and operations as the most
Grande and taken the f
cl'of Matamoras without I ucdlands In speaking of the mfritar nrniy, a despatch! fe\icao', its independence and its religion. The retreated to Riono, where he is now encamped ditant Battalions in the State. The voters of each
; oppitioD. the having fled the ; ) afe. I from the Mexican commandant of Engineers at Mat next we hear of the loan is an announcement in ElRrpublicano awaiting a reinforcement front Paredes 1 unite in the election of Lieut. Colonel and Major,

city. I IJ To the Solicitor of this Circuit, Thomas J-: amoros, says that the American army i is nut more of the 21st ult., that the metropolitan I who. it is reporlt i is on his way thither with and has arc the voters of an independent Battalion

:1 The Mexicans from last accounts were deserting I King, Esq., and the officers generally of this thon'),') strong-:arid is in a staleof! demoralization. churches could not contribute the 8'. .<>}> a month ,0""}) men. !, howe\er, i is not authentic.The )5'-1 allowed to rote for an officer to command another

: .. their ranks in btatalions.Tbe Court, our thanks are due for their promptness There i is no union among them-sithout any desirefor allotted to them as the total of their revenues will general impression is, that Arista and separate one, and to have, by the suffrages of a
5, in of their duties. glory. Its officers are good but then there are fall short of that sum. The same paper states that concentrating his forces at Rionosa, and when he receives Battalion with whom they are nearer to have inter
I ",Amcricati Regiments with the cxcep. discharge tc\'erl many of them who ha't come to fight against their the collection of such sums a are assigned to the i a sufficient re-inforcement from Paredes, renew course, an officer elected to command them whom
; tion of about 350, having marched a few day We ask that the grand presentment be publishcd will. I we have no local revolution, this American other churches i is utterly impracticable in the present hostilities. they might perhaps not prefer, if left to make their

'. were stationed the Brszos Point, t in the several public newspapers in our army will either capitulate or be entirely defeated ruinous state of the tithes and the general depreciation The troops landing at Brasos San Taco are encamped own selection privilege accorded without exception
pre'ious
-- a Statr.I within 20 da\ of ecclesiastical property.El there and at Point I and remain (save in this instance,) to every distinct elective
the orders of : abc. \'il
Gen. T. and it
awaiting wa* All of which is submitted. The exports fr .i'Vera Crux in the month of Hf/ttMicano of Mexico, published, on tile 21 t I there until further orders GEn. Taylor.. Thereare community ; and.we have presented to ns an instance It
I respectfully ( ,
r thought they would ]leave en the 20th for Mat in the Regiment in which Col. Bell himself
April, amnunte $!tlT', of which $t9t37 May, an official report of Gen. Arista to the Minister now o>er 2,000, and troops daily landing Cols.
t amoras, via the old Barrita road. I R. D. BRADLEY, Foreman. was in specie. of War giving a detail of the action which took Dakin. and Davis; rlgiment are there, encamped in resides, which affords an eloquent commentary oa

'I Col. Mcintosh, Capt. Page, and all the The nepultlicana the 13th, says that lie: intention place on the Sth. In his report he states that the J the rear of Fort Tl'are all in good health, : the text. Madison and Harflfttcn Counties compose
others that were wounded in the actions of the I STATE OF FLRIA. ) of the government was to send their war steam forces under his command amounted to about 3(01 but some suffering the want of clear the Sth Regiment. Madison being the strongest
: BENTON COUNTT, Spring Ttrm, S.I. 3 ers, the Montezuma and Guadaloupe, to the Havana men, and estimates the army of Gen. Taylor to be pure water. county of the two, elected from her Battalion a Colonel
8th and 9th
I are at Point Isabel, and were re. to be sold at auction. On arriving at the latter port Lieut. Colonel and Major, and Col. Bell resides
about the
I hereby the above to be a true same amount, but adds that the American
l covering. certify) cop4rom the steamers were to hoist the Mexican flag and fire FROM TEXAS. himself in a Battalion in which no field officer
artillery was Iirger than his own, which
'1 The Telegraph is just 26 hours from Point the original on file in my office. In testimony a salute. The Mexican sailors refused to sail in only 12 pieces. He attributes his defeat nurbn-, superiority The fine steamship New York left Galveston on resides, and so long aa Madison has the right to vot*

Isabel. whereof I have Ierunto affixed my them under these conditions, and the src'amtf were of our artillerv. By a calculation made the 30th ult., and brings us dates up to that day.- for a Major to command the distant and distinc'j

1 Auld of the hand 1st day of May, A. D. 1846. to leave the river Alvarado, where they had been by Gen. Reguena, shots were fired by our artillerymen They contain nothing later from the seat of war, Battalion of Hamilton, it is hardly reasonable to stp.
I Capt. Telegraph, who has had Seal CHARLES GOODRICH laid up in ordinary, under the British! flag and commanded whilst 3J Mexicans only fired ( shots. but the following will be found interesting. We pose that the Militia of Hamilton, who should have
( ) ,
opportunities for obtaining correct infonna by a British officer. Nothing positive was Arista acknowledges to have lost on jjJ 3.):? find it in theGalveston News: the right to choose their own Major, will ever be
tion, has given us some interesting particular! Clerk of Circuit Court of Benton Co. known of this arrangement, but the ]Jiai oficial men in dead and wounded. The sloop Tom Jack. Capt. Parker, arrived yes blessed with such a personage amongst them. Year

I in relation to our army operations, which we I C5;:: The papers throughout the State will no doul endorsed or-contradicted this report on the The lo's of the Americans in the battles of the terday morning from Corpus Christi. She left A- own Regiment, Mr. Editor, stands in the same cate

hare time I please! copy. we have before stated, our dates from the Sth and '.
now scarcely to allude to. _ capitol ar(only to the 11th instant. Mexicans.The a Sa, hid just arrived from r"os San lago, to I elected all three of your field officers, and though

., The escape of Capt. Thornton, at the time CAPAIX MAY.-The New Orleans Tropic The IHario of the Mh and J 1Mb hints. that the lamented Delta publishes! letter from a Mexican gentleman take the latter place some families and prn the law prpvides afterwards that officers shall reside

: his company was so badly cut up, is almost in- of the 20th inst., has the following, "Thi I Colonel Cross came to his.death by the handsof at Vera Cruz to:a gentleman of New Orleans. connected with the army, (rom St. Joseph's Island, within their respective commands,it would be doing
credible. After carrying him safely over the officer has immortalized himself. A a Mexican laborer. It aversthat the Colonel was We extract the following paragraph : Corpus Christi. On fcoard the Sea were Mr. Mc- violence to every rule of fair construction to decide
gallant in the habit of visiting the la!))rers* hut. where he Our is warlike San Chester Lieut- Humphries} and Mr. Rogfu-al of that an officer was not living within the limits of
1 high hedged enclosure, into which he had friend who has watched his equestrian movements pair very significant attentions to the latter' wife Juan de city Ulua is assuming in an excellent a state appearance.of denl and whom were supposed to have ben kle. or. his command when he was in the midst of the qualified -

been decoe. his horse bore him swiftly)over at the camp describes him as a most latter found it necessary, adds the Dior to thing is in perfect order to bgin operations in mer indeed was severely wounded, supposed to voters that elected him. There does appear

'S'' 6ctcral ravines, swimming Ri< singular! being. With a beard extending throw the Colonel into 11.1 river with a weight attached Ut(every of npt Our sheets are promenaded day and be dead by the Mexicans, as reported. To this circumstance -. to me to be a want of amendment in this particular

;i Grande above ltmoros then passing down 10 his breast and hair to his hip-bone, which so as to make him sink to the bottom. The night by bands of mu-ic and recruiting ofcer he owed his (escape. He was, however, not less striking than those which I cnuv.rafed ia
Mexican then crossed the river with his wife, and raising volunteers and the cries of subsequently found in the chappareland taken prisoner I my first,and I here disclaim all intention to impugn
below the town side. in .
1 on opposite attempting a he cuts through the wind on his charger, took the watch, arms, and other trinkets belongingto Yankees! Death to the !" ('hI in every di to Matamoros, where he was well treated and the intelligence of any member of either branch of

t.1 to leap a broad ditch he missed his streams out in all directions, he presents a the Colonel. We give this for what i is worth, rection-Miierau los Yakis uurptf! Mueran lo u urpadort. recovered of his wounds. Mr. Rogers, in a company the Legislature who aided in its passage. It could

footing, when both horso and rider were most imposing appearance. His gait on footis without placing! the slightest reliance its vera !) Notwithstanding this, our government has of )!men, two women and a child, had started hardly be expected that the details of a law ot such

1. thrown. By the fl Capt. T. was so stunned awkward, and that on his horse (an im. city.Several arto a politely and courteously a circumstances I, from Corpus Christ for Point Isabel, on the magnitude could be rendered perfect at the begin
of the papers in the city of Mexico recommend will 2d,and 3d inst. 'ld at the Little Colorado ning. It must be left to time and experience to demonstrate -
that he the Mexicans .
'l was up by perfectly mensA one) is the rack of the Canadian poI the Bishop of Michoacan a the fitcst personto a day or two before the battle of the Sth, and they the errors, and to subsequent legislation to

unconscious of what had happened.After .- I nd. We are glad to quote the annexed fill the vacant arehbUhoprick of Mexico. anow.P'ollht Mobile TYibun vf'June C. were surprised by a company Rancheros, and be. : correct them. The exceptions which I hare takes

A. the battle of the 9th, he was cIchanged paragraph from last evening's Courier : General AristaV despatch to the Minister t>f War ing overpowered by numbers, they were induced to to certain points may be overruled. I may be in er*

r and restored to the army. ,: We have seen a letter from this gallant dated at MaUmoros April the 2:"tli, contains the Later from "exco. surrender on a promise of being treated a prisonersof ron instead of the law. If so, I have discharged a
A. thinks the number following passages relative to the first outbreak find The bark Tcxidnr, Capt. Major, anchored off the war. As sooi* however, as they had delivered up] conscientious duty which can do no harm, if it accomplishes -
1 Capt. wUp of our officer to his brother, in this city, dated Point defeat of Captain "hornton'compmy : Balize on Monday last, being four days from Tobas- their arms, they were tied, four together,stripped of no good. I desire to see our militia organized

'1. killed and wounded, must amount to more than Isabel, "May 13. I wasreceiwed last Sunday 4.The prisoners will be brought to Matamoros this co. The Delta (from which we copy) learns from their clthinl and robbed of all their money, of and the signs of the time indicate its urgent

300. Besides the wounded taken to St. Jo. by the Col. Harney.. The Cap'ain tells his day. They "bal be treated according tothe laws of Capt. Majnr that great excitement existed: in Tobas. which a considerable amount. Having necessity.In .

: '. gephs, there are now about 40 at Point Isabel brother that the at the head of which war, until can be sent to the interior. Your co against the Amt.riCans. An order of embargo on been closely confined, beyond the power of resistance conclusion, permit me to reciprocate the kind
:j' %adly woun'Jed' to 'be removed-all squadron Excellency may rest assured that my conduct towards American vessels was received from the general government their throats were then cut with a large ly feeling evinced by my friend, Col.Bell,in tender
10 he charged the enemy's batter/, contained 82 these unfortunate beings, will prove to these a he was about leaving. The order came knife, by a person appointed for the the ing me the hospitalities of his mansion, by inviting
but three, it is (bought, "'i recover. There men ; and of these he lost one officer and 10 usurpers that the Mexicans are liberally endowed by express from the city of Mexico ; and Capt. Major womtn having previously suffered purpe this him to participate with me the homely though not

.; are three Mexican prisoners having but one :: pri\'ate killed, and 13 wounded.-.28 horses with the feelings of humanity. on receiving the eailiest intimation of its arrival massacre Rosters saw his father and a brother butch less cheerful hospitalities of my board ; and though

# :' leg between them ail. After being shot! in killed and 10 wounded-that is nearly one It is likely that General Taylor will open hisbatteries in the city, succeeded, by the assistance of several ered before his turn came ; and his own escape was I travel "ineog." to many of your reader, my name
the Col. Mcintosh received on our cit) to-day. If he do, I shall in Ihe friends, in rechilf his vessel.: The Government owing to the fact that while I he wound upon his and habitation are well known to my amiable friend
: arm a bayonet
horses
of his
half
third of and almost
: his men, same manner reply,to him ; firing however, only as having ( ( prevent Captain Major's de throat was not fatal, he had presence of mindto Col. B., and if he should honor me with a call, ha
i'. :. wound in the mouth, which. passed through fiora du comlot. The captain himself was not many shots a may be necessary to sustain the national parture ordered it is said, the Mexican steamer feign himself dead, and was accordingly, with all will find my latch string hanging on the outside

;. one side of his Lead. There are hopes of touched, which fortunate circumstance was honor. This is not the kind fighting I lit Venturia, to go out and capture his vessel. The the balance thrown into the Colorado, where he of the doer." SCOTT.

; s: his owing to his being about ten yards in advance with the river flowing between us. I wish to meft commander of the steamer, however knew that the manae lo escape unseen, and swam to the other
recover. of the brave and esteemed of in the the enemy on open ground. It is in such a fight thatan Texidor was furnished with one gun, and therefore the river. Thence he subsequently made Correspondence of the Floridian.
> cndition his squadron charge. unnecessary etilisionoflilond avoided, and it is considered it the better part of discretion not to be his Wa to the Rio Grand, was taken prisoner and WASHINGTON CITY, June 3, 1846.
'
p a l' Capt. Page is melancholy indeed. The whole "The Captain was born at the city of! in such a fight that I look forward for a favorableresult in 10 great a hurry firing up. Time policy of ihis sent lo the hospital in Matamoros, and, after the
connection
bet this
: of his lower jaw, with a part of his tongue and Washingtonwhere his father, Dr. May, who letting these haughty Americans know the course was further sugetr to him: by Caplain M. battle exchanged. It i is stated that a letter was New Telegraphic York is now complete. The ween first news city and

: U shot away by a grape shot. He, died a few months ago, was highly respecter lengths to which the valor of O'J troops:cary them." heaving too off cutting up his chain written from Corpus Chriiti two day before Ihe de is the arrival of the Hibernia at Boston. The brought news
pate The Roletin de la division del J\'ortt of the sheets into small lengths for shot, his six- of this
oficial loading giving information to the
parture company
jjyi though entirely ;incapableof his fellow-citizens of all classes he six by this steamer is peaceful-indeed, it is said that
.uri'ea by ,
lef J 1st of May tthatlhe commander and officers (a- pounder, and intending, a he expressed it, to Mexicans of their march, and of the amount of their
: He communicates his thoughts b} or seven sons ; al fine looking men, one ken prinln'were lodged inGeneral Ampudia'. 0\1 smash the Ventura's coffee-mill, if she venture money. Future developments may detect the author Pakenham will be instructed, to settle the Oregon

r I writing on a slate, and receives the nrcessarv of them under feet in height.! The Captain house, and that they were allreatE as well or bet'er out. The Government placed about fifty soldier of this cold blooded act of treason. I was not, This controversy will immediately be the, at the forty-ninth line degree.
certainly when ad
nutriment for the support of life with much) who has so highly distinguished himself : than the Mexican* every effort be. charge of the New Orleans schooner. Tobasco is we learn, without much reluctance,and some threats justed. adjustment

,. He does desire live butconverses ng made to mike them comfortable, and to supply represented a entirely destitute of fortifcalions from an American officer, that the Mexican officer
difficulty. not to in the late operations on the Rio Grande, some Benton and Cass have been having a debate in the
?- them with every thing a far a the country would other defence except the presence . 101- consented to exchange Mr. Rogers.
with cheerfulness and exultation up years ago attracted the notice of General afford. diers. The Sea brought intelligence that the American Senate on the Oregon question. I think Benton has

O the I success of our arms, and concluded in Jakcon by his fine horsemanship, and the According to General Arista's despatches, we sec Capt. Major was at his consignees in the city army still continues at Matamoros. Soon after Gen. made ano!her gross and rough attack on Cass-aa

'Y';' answer to come queries concerning the ',aUIp old chiefappointed him a cornet in one of the that the Mexican forces which crossed the river, when the order came, and was guarded to his boat Taylor entered Matamoros, be learned that the Mexican attack wholly improper for the r'ire and the occa
sion. do
?-.. of the 9th, by wrhingWe : the Mcii.tt of then The were 2011 infantry and 1)0 cavalry, with 12 pieces on the beach by about 20 of his friends well armed, army was on the retreat at no great distance, I not remember ever to have heard one
gave
dragoons, Senator such towards another. I do
regiments organizing. of artillery ; and General Mejia remained at Mata- lt that the soldiers were afraid to attempt making and he immediately sent a body of Dragoons in use language
pur.
: cans h-11. -S General was a good judge of men, in the morO with 1007 men and 12 pieces of artillery to him a prisoner.The suit, who ov rtook the rear guard of Ihe not see how the use of such language can be tolerated

,g All our accountii ffhJont the Mexicans instance of young his" presentment has defend the city, should our troops attack it. Some schooner -, Capt Cox, of New Orleans, and captured 30 or 35 of them.. Such is the enemy substance by the Senate,or the friends of Gen. Cass. Gen.

r having fought on die 8th and 9th with a cour. been fully verified. 11) reinforcements were afterwards re.ive. which was seized, and the master detained in the capitol. of the atatement. Our information in regard C. is himself a most amicable and courteous gentleman

aflidesperation that would have reflected rise the whole Mexican forces to -3 viz : The Texidor left several English vessel in port, to the numbers of volunteers the operations of Gen. ,never violating the rules of Senatorial courtesy.On .

S age the in. ) and 1300 cavalry.We loading. No American roan of war has a yet been Taylor, etc., is too scanty and vague to be here Monday lastCol.Wm. W.Seaton was reelected
re-
the of nation. No PLEASING .
't
credit They TIFx.-O'erloking of Ibis city.A
troops any Mayor
upon hare looked filet of Mexican offthe
carefully over our seen port. peated. The hospital at Corpus Christi is said lobe
: were nearly in a date starvation, and had justice of tho course pursued by some of our papers, and find nothing more of interest to add. I under excellent regulations, and the certain class of folks, who thought the Mexican
promised the ample supplies of the Amen presses towards naturalz'ed citizens of a par. From the tame of June 1. : fast recovering from their wounds.As occupants are war would preserve the tariff are going to be disap-
ben TArn.-The Helen McLeod arrived at New inted. The tariff bill will be revised before aa
brig [K>
it in case they would secure the ticular religious rather amusing lo Important-Peace with Camlnet6.-1 baa
can 1
camp Orleans on Wednesday, with advices from Vera Cruz adjournment. No further delay will be tolerated on
yictory. They met the charges of our troop'mafuy observe their utter inconsistency. If Iiish- been apprehended from rmon <.f the 24th ult. The McLeod sailed the same dayas many rumors are in circulation.respcctin the his subject. The members,who are more particularly
the Indians on the borders of Texas, that Catholic chaplains to be sent to the of Occupation
among Army -
N the destructive fire that men neglect to come and raise volunteer the Louisiana, but brought news one day lafr. interested, have determined to have thi question
an Ito forwar hey might prove very troublesome in the war n? we think that we would be doing a favor to
without the scold them A Vera Cruz journal El Indicator, of the 24th ( acted upon, as will be all the other measures
giving companies, papers We learn that readers
upon way, are glad to a deputation our by stating briefly what we know on the
If w if forward pendinj. of the tribes i is in New Orrean May, has the following: .We are enable to state from the recommended by the President in his messsge.It
} until their works were encumbered with the for want of patriotism ; they come now subject, best authority. A request was last
that the will
with certainty, that the steamship Moo- is not now expected war any .
and offer their services to the country, the samepresses on its way to Washington to ratify a treaty of peace communicated to the Superior of the Society of Je-
wounded.Ii .
dead cud the I to
and sailed considerable time
i with the States. The number of tezuma Guadaloupe, on Sunday, the su,, in Maryland, through two Catholic Prelates longer. expect very soon
declare that it is all -aone Unite dlepte from the of Alvarado on the Mexican GoTeram t -
gammon i. 41-all They are the 17th inst., port for Havana, the.part of the United States Government that be hear propositions from *
lIo Tnaiz NAXKS ARI PxoXOVSCED. for bunkum" won't do to send Irish Catbo- Waco, Witehata. Camancb.Lpn.Tonke.war. I carrying at their mat.hea. the royal banner of St. should appoint two clergymen to go as chaplain to It is probable that Paredes will not be able to ffaadup
of"the St. Reveille Mexico. and that. no-dor-rol lon-i Kichi George." Th.same paper ha a severe atlicture on the in Texas. with the people after the army at Mramora has
correspondent Li. says : ics to fight against ; a Cao. Dlaware&onam-I Army The request was laid before has
for covered
the Government turn their vessel been shamefully routed. General Taylor
As names of the offices are This Jim Crow policy reminds us quite strong. low. Bed, ad Bu-Iax-e. of war to neglecting t put the important several Bishops, then on a visit to Georgetown College : himself so with honor*-he is praised and landed

the of affairs, to bo I of the husband. "If wife'sgone The Tropic IYI : avnte. a render in the and the principal clergymen attached to that all A volunteers ar*
; likely, a juncture Iy drnken my u The treaties with all these have been made byCol. me they prosecution institution. It was tbe unanimous opinion that it by parties. large number of
; frequently in put te of our citizens, forth to bed, I'll lick her. What business ha Lewis, in connection with Judge Butler of S. of the war it commite to responsible hands aspri.vsteers. should be acceded to. Fathers McElroy and Rey nnw*in this city. They will leave her some day

those (already informed she to go to bed till I come 1 And if she hasn't C., and the delegation are taken to Washington, Te Journa goes on to recommend the were then proposed as proper persons to fill the soon for the seat of war.
Ila o no of them, I sub. to ber, What both with the purpose of having the treaties ratife granting leler marque generally, M an efficient office. All -present approved of their nomination. Ex-President Tyler it ia this city. He i ie her la
Ii prnucwo gone bed why-lllc 10 and and to acquaint these" men of the wild," mens carrying on the WU and elpeial. On the ante day the Superior, accompanied by two newer to the summons of the investigating con*
join the following right st up an bur lit extent of our country and the number of its inbabi- the' fitting out of the navy (or purpose.Tbe Bishops, waited upon the Secretaries of War and .* I have heard nothing aa yet from .that com

Generals Ar.Ampuia Mejia, and Ca. when I'm away!"- ants; on which subjects they hare at present very lame paper In relation to the official notice of State, and had a full understanding with them.- mittee.
woo the American naval commander,giving notice of the The National Fair eloise thIs main ThInbe'been
Carabajal, are obeenre ideas. They at &h,000souha, The two gentlemen arc expected to depart for the
..I" C a the the i in. represent let blockade of Vera Crux, > a magnificent exhibition; and ha been yit d
elid by Sniar nearly as'possi.ble Queen Victoria, on receipt o i aU of whom will be peaceful a let during the abence And'are we to lay looking on,seeing Army next week.Co4.'loliaHerajd.European by> thousands from this city and.from abroad, Th

; ; : | follows : Am-poo-dia, Ma. elligeoce rea cting the attempt assassi. other chief June, and 6. we hope for all time.- the hate flag of the stars waving in the breeze ?- Forhmtl.-The capital) of the brothers utmost good order has prevailed daring the> wnol

Car Ca.ra-ea.bal-
"-4 I autograph letter t be! coigratuIatlngi .tTbe distance from New Orleans.to who heroic valor wi be spoken of a*.an immor pOOfOOO,) and the annual income ofjhsj firm twenty-j The proposed descent cf oat tnowaaaTolttBtem msesM
__. .. example No t thousand % !! '. upon Santa F. -Brnch talked 04 T)1 .
---- S LA .! I obranr .!n'l seven million dollars: ennal to the reteiues of the M P t_ tl .

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': piazza of i Yankee-- ::ae Doodle.;r. Ji;-m., they march f to the tu- ofhf States join-in a general 'understanding' to diIde ----The danger we think is imminent, and roclbus Indian. The infant "t ; ;tardical-! ---S- JEFFERSON COUNTY

The Mexican the office among themselves and their (riends. be up and doing. Fifty thousand men have been YO forth a moenta notice. before, bv Tax Snle. .

fEFLCfRllANIE1 allowed Gen. Taylor police to and civil functionaries ae And thus they make a President who has no voice at ted by Congress: Gen. 'alor *pays five thousai stream tmigtion. and by that imrllhich virtue Colt..or'authority! vented in flu. b. law Ihall
theiruual routir
pursue all the selection BY o
Permits,are liberally in of officers !! will be sufficient to brinJaten to a conclusionthe granted to Merchants and of the blOe'
Traders, to send off such of their I is a law which produces such effect* a the! Rio Grande. use then is this Jargf deeper in (Iheir exploration into the heart door, in Monticello. County,on theFt .
cargoes are per- ? continent, bear of territory with teeming po .
ishable a that Mr. force to be applied Totnake a conqoest of Meico we a
and the Mexicans Calhoun would glad to see stricken from .
are treated with the b of the I Monday in Detembtr
consideration al or to threaten England ? Far be it from us to impute ulation, claiming the maternal care genei n7.
TI1EFLORmIAN. that propriety prit. wa. [ the statute book. I. it the democratic par that his to the Gorernmentnf '(this country an unwarantable government, an tu a few brief years, this territo following property, or w much thereof wiU

!OF erally howe1n..1 believed only the at Mexicans It. and it i is gen- words apply to exclusively ? The whig hold coventions desire for ''I: ut when the element of I becomes a and another star i i. added to the ,i pay the tax due on said property: '

is poblished every Saturday, atJr bold stand in defence will make at least one to nominate a President, a the deiorrats. strife are abroad,and the means of engaging 'galaxy of the Union. WSE.S3C.TI.B 4S&.containing:3.0t act*.
i.8VDIAW oftheirpenaze, and the wel a influences of a
conceal Such is one of the glorious: 7tL9l"
DOLLARS per annum invariably in cf the Montezumas. 1al General Harrison was brought out by a con- are so copiously given v cannot our fer many ElSE4S3rTln4St
a. to what happen. We know how much free government-of a government that cherishe A. E" 115 "
within six may op-
if :
FIFTY paid is
m Lot:002.S23.T2.R4.N
THREE} FOUR DOLLARSafter. if I supposed that General Taylor will mak Car- vention. Mr. Clay was the nominee rOD ventio posed the common terse oPthe two nations is to her citizens I children, and not oppress them a va io.s"
,erbing. or about
inserted at the usual mago 100 miles from Matamoras, print The former did not scruple to exercise: the authori war; we know the horrirs and miseries it would i iifiict sale.; ,.hnl boundless soil invites the wanderer from 1S2'cT2fl4N&E. 44.30 ..
?. Advertisement pal depot ; it ''l be one of the positions formir on both let us then use all our might in other climes,and whose organic law tenders him ciy.' 3Sl.tT2.R4N&E. N5 .'
t: discount made to yearly advert the base of which the law gave him, and one of his cabinet of ; )pp-{
operations combined with Mat, inc such a fell calamityat a distance, by striving to i and religious liberty, the protection of life and .i&.6SS.T2.it4N&.F.I ." I ro.
moras and Point Isabel ; the military dispositk cent after boasting of the great number he had removed bring all points of di"rfnt to a settlement- A I property, and the right to carry his induptQ.ente .1S 7.T2. R4.N&E. s..

\.I thtn be should an advance unon from office to make room for good whigs, is love of whither N r. .
be completr. sid great career of prosperity before us; a proflaMe ,. prise or a'tnturt. r.S '.T2.n", & .
Democratic Convention.Bant Monterey, expedient. This base will ei that in a short time he would have completed the trade is springing up id articles unknown Eng-< a government i! to extend its protectir 2. S 30, T 2, R ., N t E. 124 "
sure communication and supplies, and what lish market to be of the most remote portions of the conntr "
heretoforefwhich promises n. over IS3f.T2R4.N&F"
_ in the East, I Iktf toJI wi work thus commenced,leaving no of demo power :
we are pleased be -
hardly vestige
Connties a line of under Ihe
retreat. be brought
nedt. ceeding value. The provision trade, if unmolesti a* soon as they are in a state to ,' IS'lIT2it4.N&F.. M!.
flelepates have been already appointed I toe There ''ere :men at Matamoras, and racy) to tell that it ever had the ascendancy. Mr. r will be immense, and wi at once enrich the Iner. b.nizn effects of our laws and constitution. Te .4.S3I.T2.R4.N, 5') "

: Sute Convention on the 2d Monday iCl i in 2000 mm at Point Iabl Clay would have acted in the same way. Such Wa;; : chant, the ship and the farmer andrmfrse
the for the selection the whole of this country. Civilization. I' these which, we have been speaking. 2.: r E. W) f

,a Suwannee Spring. is iray. Camp duty becomes irk.omt.and the(r Calhoun deprecates. It is this that we all ought 1 I tn extending even' where,opening new markets to thfndustrj 0, S :n. T 2. n ", &I. R"
;; orticCnidate Canges. We learn foi onwad. r>f both nations. lAt us then hold fast I t tn Tit citizen Edinlmreh have adopted an lying on the Lake, joining MMtl ," *rDogg *-

Madison Cunt,., Middle has also deprecate. He may think the evil greater than wp these advantages. and cherish tf; great and man to the citizen of Washington depfP
t veetinzand appointed Delegates.- General Gainrs. or others do, but he certainly has no mind to use it fold ble *ings which peace ( to ii.;. and whic : and recommending the settlemen Charles Williamson,and pnrportinj; belong hir .

uj i in the State this inatJnittw A very interesting debate sprung up in the Senat as the Sentinel does. Suppose the President had no war would) infallibly dltroy.-\ 1" .ilbion. eatingrar, arbitration. Lot Ni'. I.S27.T2.R4N&.E.containingJ30acTcs.
Counties of
other neglect the national dispute by "
1 the of the United States on the r>th, upon a resolutionMr. of power to remove men from office and put others i in 2S27T2R4.NtE.rt l -J'
notjre For the tloridian.
? We hope "" Farrish Carter, on MictOMO-
-- --- to lying
said to belong
i .,, -
Cass calling upon the President for info-matio the place of them, would the remark of Mr. Ca MARINE"LIST PORT OF ST. MARKS.
in cur last thai precinct ASTHMA. kie Lake near plantation.
Wir'
.: rte meting relative to the course of Gen. Gaines in raising men houn be called for would he make themV E containing 153 ST
or -
and delegate? appointed The experience of one who has been a siitTerei, -- ------ -----.------- .--------------- S\4 of Sec 9.T 1. R 4, .
1d b atend to send to seat of war. The resolution seems to think not. The of JSE4S T1R4, S E. nntainirrr
on Saturday the 27th inst., atC tit very groundwork his argutnet for more than fort years, of thin dire Con'plalt-a CLEARED are &
contention Ifith
b predicated upon the belief that the General ac- ,oI be gone, and with it would cease his(cn11eS: complaint that I he medical books acknowledge to be June 5. Brig Emeline, Manwaring, New Yorli. .79cl acres, entered by Thomas Wright.joint .
for Leon of D dr.
to select Delegates said belong to the estate -
House county ,and
the dreadful d that i iattachfd
all
the of
*t without authority and the of most of list ia.rs't i' and AI t Tobacco. &
although Cotton
te mover I improper motives for supporting a man, or ft: fi'ibales cast! above land to b* sold to pay the County taxes
onveflhiOfl.We to fallen be of value tniy Thf
Orleans
man-may some Tallahassee, Garitt, New -
Schooner
.tbe Sak a meeting for the Tallahassecinct the resolution expressly disclaimed intending any calling a con\ntion. do not exist; how can any i i-: I fellow men now siiCeringwitirnut, the knowledg e Jane, G F.bales Cotton, and 2 mdze. for 1>43 and 14-1, and the State and County taxes

ao\propt censure upon the General, yet he thought it wa an ducement to corruption be : to exist ? The j ot f such aid as may be in their power, for this disease cae for IS 15. '

on next at 12 o'clock. We truifa I exercise of power which should not pass unnoticcc, I Mr. Calhoun does rot sustain ltd the Sentinel's view of the lungs, like consumption its brother ha - -- Also the following, to pay tt State and County .

in the county will b fully represente the of most of our medical men. I wn sI STATEMENT taxes for 1S45, viz :
J pint oil Saturday, the 2th. and silence iow might give ncoura er.lnt to fuch He applies his correct doctrines to one thing, tht batC my ynuti.!kil very much to the cold of (thE Of COTTON and TOBACCO.,'ilpmfrom the Put of Lot No. f>-, in fractional Sec Ill: T 2, R 4. N 1 U.

1 ctc\entor stretches authority hereafter as would be danzeious. Sentinel would stretch them to condemn another.- winter season, which txpoe. on a lone, bad coldas St. .Warktfrom the Itt 1S45, 10 entered by Malcolm Gilchrist.and contains SO acres.nd .

Late Mexican Iews.LATEST This seemed to be the cbjt'c of the reslltion. He speak of the improper conduct of politicians is its common title, but 1:suppose more of a pleurisy the ':/, of June, 154C. joins Dr. Jf1ny plantation.following land,

in the course of the debate that Genera alter which I found myself very subject to a The the purporting ',"
FROM ARMY. I appeared whether whigs or democrat, the Sentinel speaks of St'/ri'reh'r., I C'otton. I Jooacco. bflT.g :. Peebles.to-wit : -M. "
TiE short relapse of the same, and while in that .tat", a ltn1 ;
Taylor was tit: only officer empowered to rail 1 1militia. t.r democrats only :including the whole mass of the little exertion or fatigne would end in a wheezing :'iwYork... 16/4 2.IJte.I TliN E 4. S \4. W is E 4. and S W J.1
heretofore made through
T arrangements thtete : .. I was, therefore, contended by smt that :I party. Mr. Calhoun condemns what politicians dc, very in my respiration or Iretlin/ wa informed New Orleans, 2JiS 1 I .s3 k'cthcN1V.l.Scc3lTlSuUthCfR.E.) ". .* .

of the Post Matters and Mail Contractor the requisition of Gen. Gaines was an Ilqa exercise the Sentinel condemns what the people do. He by my friend and itor. ht was of opinio''! 1'Iton.: 1.140 21ChalElton laid to contain 21 G cr-s. Monticello '4.
f
and Chattahoocl.ie have thinek ; 23 Also the follow lots in the of
ktlreen place ol To this it answered that the I had the Asthma was a strange name to me. 1,3.7LiverpoolEng. t"\ ., '
power. of convention nominate for
\a speaks a to one .
ofcc 3 7 I Sos. 1C, 1 1. 63 and W.owner not known.Nos. .
carried for which for that ver .eldnm' known to .,
riccessfully out, we re ) Ihf .
been ( : ,'
danger which Gen. Taylor was represented to b i in who can take away and give office, the Sentinel's remarks first omplint3 Georgia, who were eenernlly vet' 123, 124, 123, 134-, belonging to J"Ln F.Tucker. .
also the thanks of thi
; I oar hearty thanks as at the time of the requisition justified Gen. Gaine apply to a convention to nominate a man fain hardy Sltttf( I was soon well convinced r I the (f.ci, Total', 2.1".07? *
SIJIK :;.'?.
will be continued SMITH
I lbity. We are assured they in his acts. His duty to his country demanded it of office which has no such power annexed to it.- and had recourse to medical aid, but found little c r Description cfVttteh.-Ships2Barques 3, Brig: Jeff. Co.

t :his arrangement gives us, thit morning, the sate him, and if lie had lain idle and Gen. Tailor hai A member of has no to di.tributt n help. I was informed that smoking Jamestown :'. Schooners 3'-74. Total tonnage, iOO6. ShfL.. and 46 ex officio Tax Cm Co!
Congress power Jor f.
weed was the best remedy for the Asthma: so I !. Ic4. _
'
of mail would congid
which in due course not cotton be red
: season ma
I gtlligence been off and his it hue ;
cut army destroyed, would what the Sentinel calls the "spoils. How, then, commenced smoking and swallowing all the ; Jrr'I'b.-Tbf
till delay sohn :lo>ied. Balance of cotton on hand at New Port St Lea I her.
received Tuesdaynet fthreedap been a just cause of censure him and tin influence conventioi that in the mouth while whelm
upon ran the spoils have any upon a arose smoking pro Marks and about 300 b3 and Oak
Lratlwr.
T.Uahasee. Upper
We recei\e New Orleans: dates to the Cth, and< country would have resounded with proclamation to nominate him ? The difference, therefore, bftwetn red a source of great relief during that spell or par ('ornparison.-Shipped from St. Marl from It BAND Hart, for sale by SuIt M. L. BAKE.

cEitra from the Mobile Tribune of the Sth inst.. of his shame. :r. Webster thought the matter ouhttn Mr. Calhoun and the Sentinel is a wid< axjsm and this I followed for fifteen years. I I Orttlr. 1SI4. to same date, ] 45. 30,1l3 bales Jun fi. IMP. 47 tf
very then failed then heard
relief. I ot
to give i iliaUam in
from which we ma\the following extracts. Th be traced its and inasmuch the President :on-1.0SJ boxes tobacco. Falling cotton
to ,
source as There is but wil
one and easily perceived. nobody ,which afforded momentary relief while sot I.44U lalcs-increase of tobacco, I,i23 boxes. KEW.YOUKPR
ten from western Mexico is important. From the I had before accepted men raised in the samt sec that it is a perversion of iris views, to hold then I term hut soon failed a all other remedies usual'

*it is of little interest-no farther movements ont 10. tried ph\siciai. who all a --- ------ --- -' A R :.
ess I way and had also a portion of these, lie intimate jp against the proposed convention of our party.. many fiilcd Church meeting1. ? Ellrn

part of our frorps-waiting for orders from that that high officer would have to bear the respor.- The of this State \\ill not take the ad- permanent cure. I Ur salt-pctre for many year, Error PRICES REDUCED
I demorat with some success, bj dissolving if in water, ther : There will be a protracted meting at
Washington, we presume: sibility of the violation! of law if therr was an". ,rice of a whiff organ in a matter that concerns tin vetting news or brown paj>er in it,drying and: twit .e near Like Bradford,commencing on Friday AT THE EXTENSIVE ESTAELISIIUECT FOR

We were glad to see the position Mr. We'strot: access of their principles. They act for them- ngup tightsetting fire the end of each piece, lain: >efore the fourth Lord's day in July I46. Our PRINTS ONLY BY

From the Mobile Herald ff Tribune Extra, / iml I, Warmed with recollection hem in a pan or waiter by my bed-side at nisht,
took in the matter. a
] ielves. is from fear on this score that wi attend.
c tot any ministering brethren are to LEE & BREWSTER
I hut the door, and when the room was fled in\itc ,
I Later from Mexico. the !errie which Gen. Gaines had performed in I nave thought proper to expose the views of the Sen with smoke cus.on my back and inhale it. June in. S4f. [Sntine1leat copy.] CEDAR STREET, NEW YOm

U. S. steamship Mississippi, Captain Fitz Florida he defended him and all censures remedies 1 1ver J 44
against of the best
Te any is to show the people in what light regarc gare; me relief and was one -- ---- ---------- -- -- .
tinel I -- --
I arrived at Pensaccla on Friday last the 4tl. whether open or covert, and was sure that ht Ij I m\ action of theirs is held by Whigs, who profesu ; trie; but at last that failed Next I tried loleha TAXES! TAXES Fills STOCK of PRINTED for CALCOS. credit.nearly
*
usthaving from Vera Cruz on the 31st ult had ill recently purchased n ihr
first I
sale At thought
a Love
Las brought passengers, J. Parrot, Esq late Am had done nothing unbecoming a brave and patriotic I to expound the Whig creed; to show what inn j'ropei reign remedy one year., but not so. I then had recourse tr -Confdor'l second and last Precinct Notice \T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, are offered

el Cns.J at Matan. r. M. Dimond, .,ht< >oldier and Gner1 'mf Senators contended that'a notives are assigned for their wishes and conduct;; the tea made cotton root, which for a while waf < TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CO CER: at from

Consul and Dr. Wood of thf court-martial was the proper tribunal for the art to show what party it is that follows the bidding ol > some avail but soon failed. I then was vcrj SHALL attend at the following places again foi 1 1o6 Cents Per r ardLOJVER
I[
j C.S. Navy, bearer of important despatches to cnn of the General to be investigated before-that lp: cadets, rather (than wait to hear the people speak I much reduced, b> long hard spells and old age, hat the purpose collecting the Stafe'and Cou"* tat TIU.THE PRICES OF :
; Government, from Com. Sloat. Commanding the Pa I Ito utTered long and much most of my life-had visited for the present year in the County of Leon, to .IPrJ
cfic Squadron. Seven other Americans from Mexiccalso vas, responsible to the President, and the President out> and proclaim, through com ertion or otherwise, the sca-coust once or twice for short spell, and tut wit : (JJ-: Purchasers are guaranteed the price-an i

; ae in the Mississippi.Mr. Cerres. &.c. I that man U their choice; and to show where they (und some relief, but could not sta long enough for At George Wilcox's, Lake Jackon, on Monda". llowance* mod for a given V.rio. '

i Mr. Dimond and Dr. Wood arrived I was said that the General had been "umon.dto are to look for men who have confidence in their in- I a fair trial, having a large familj on in> hands and 2!j:d l June, from io o'clock, a. m until 12 (idok. m. (O- Catalogues (rene\"e and corretf daily- t ,

i here on Snda-the latter Dame gentleman hastened Washington to give an account r-f his doinc A I and integrity, and who think they are fol- should but for that have tisitcd the sea-board much At Reuben Manning's,on Tuesday,32d June from emulating the prices-are placed hans o i iblyer.
; on to Washington with tht despatche.t .! tlCnt ooner. o'clock a m. until 4 o'cok. p. m. aad sent with goods ordered. ,

; The only! political news of importance which wenther ful inquiry will, we have no doubt show that he 10winJ out the true republican doctrine when the) In the fall of 1 14I, I came tn the bay of St. Andrew t At Rvrd'!shop, Welenu\, June *. ]".;_4'*_Iy_ :
t .
from these gentlemen is that Mazatlan. andi acted with no less wisdom than promptness lie reId their own preferences for those of the people. and for four or five month found but littUBenefit. fune, from 10 o'clock m until m. Notice. '

i tep had delae' Santa Anna, and it was gen warmly eulogized and defended by many Sens WE canno* do a better service than to keep them ad. In May, IS-l-j, I had the pleasure of a small At Piajah Church,Centreville,on Thursday, 2"th
thought he would be real The wa rip into the Gulf That or the bathing in St. An. Junf from 1 lOo'elnck.a.ur. until2 o'cok.p: an..At limited partnership by parol agreement,
THE
The resolution fur information after ri of the doctrines of their enemies. '
passed dangerous Michael McKeon
cause of the revolutionary movement wa tor. t be connected with the Texas question, a!was ;ome amendments. What the Sentinel repeats about the spoils," isai narvclous change. I felt a new man ; nor for th ['one. from lo o'clock, a. m. until L:o'clockp. m. and James U. L'nch.lndtr the name and firm otUcKeon j4

the case in former revolutions.The We have merely to remark in conclusion, that if l pointless. When democrats have the majority. frst sear in more than forty did spend such a summer At Rioch's X Roads, on Saturday.27h June, from &. Lynch,ha- this day been cisolved.! All

i news of the battles of the th and 9th were of cur functionaries high in authority had a I liey elect democratic ofhcers-when whips have the or fall, or winter, and often said, and \ritt. 11; o'clock, a. in. until 4 o'cok. p. m. *T *ns indebted to said late firm are notife and required -
i received at Mexico on the 17th ult. On the 19th the l It nd published to the world that I was a well man At Fort Sransbnry.on lond y, ->!th Jone,from 1( [ to pay the sane to the !! r only, who

announced that a battle had ben fought, in littt more of the promptness and decision as wll lajority,they do the same thing. Every body knows but March and: April taught me to the contrary for 'clock a. m. until 1 (,'cok.p. m. wi give :full discharge therefor.

f p the Mexicans had acted like "" Thiiuuouncement u the good sense and prudence of Gen. Gaines it I that to be true. I the Sentinel means to convey 1 had occasionally to travel into the country for a At Fort .rden. on 30th June from 1C JUIE U. LYNCH.

did not prove sufficiently explicit for vould be much more to the honor of the country,and tllc impression that the election of whigs to office week or so, and J would be attacked by this same o'cok. a. m. 1 o'clock, p. m- Quincy. May 2?. 154G. ;
the populace, who after wailing some days for the I II but return to the bay" soon "f Leon County arc again respect.oily -
f save millions of dollars to the Government. Look dCo not carry with it the appointment of whig** to (omplaint on my got Tht payers IVotice.
fabbcation of the official account made such demOtions I etter, and so do I find on every such rtur. I have requested to make payment nithont delav.A. .
against the Government a to leave nc it the miserable policy pursued in the war with the other offices in the gift of the elected, it will not L bserved the more I bathe and drink the salt water,, A. FISHER SIX j months after date,I shal present my accounts

for that "revolution" seminoles in Florida-protracted for at The direct would l be the fact.Vliy ex OfficiO vouchers of the last will and
,: room a ,a m ltate- years ar redited. contrary Ihe sooner I mend and now have arrived at this contusion SJ1t.and 7'a Co/ut0. a
prevent which on the 23th, Parcdes sent when well directed effort I Ihe the salt air and June 1 I'7 csfament of Richard G Wellford, deceased, t(the
t immense expense< a witiI' (hen, such continued complaints, if they benot that cannot only on : of
o of Arista to the Government for ) Icnorable[ James E.' Eroorar. Judge rf Probate
patch publi : recommend it
organ water of the sea-board, and I will to
sufficient force would have ended -
strug of ? We Notice.
a the disappointment or cane such
tt for discharge ex-
and
cation. Great excitement rsul envy County move a a
pre\lid-rumt were I II II fellow sufferers. I do not know but bathinghe Lon
immediately throughout ) 01 unt rs;; essthan a year, and with one tenth part of the ex- no other reason-there is no other. my feet and l legs in very salt water, (common salt,)) SIX mer.lhs alter date the undersigned will pre- Cutor as testamentary guardian appointed by said

a maledictions against the Amera were uttered I ptns to the Government-arid this too without sac- and drinking as much 'a possible would prove of bin accounts and vouchers to the Judge of wi. CIL\RLE S. SIBLEY.

throughout the city. ifice to the character of our Gonrnmert and her The Oregon Question. much comfort and profit to an asthmatic..I Pro alo' Leon County, a Administrator on the 30, 1'-t;. : Cm

Mr.:Dimond informs us that all the Americans this narrative should profit any of m fellow state of Henry T. ,and apply for letters '
except those employe in the factories either had rillant little arm;. The news from England by the Great Britain and men, I will be highly compensated. )in the di i mi'ion from the said estate. RTo I ice.

let the :try or were preparing to do so immediately. We are proud to say that the army under the pil- liberia gives hope of a speedy and amicible settle- nean time I would recommend all such sufferers WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL. Adm'r. Q IX months after d.1e. the ulderilne. Admio-

lnt Tavlor, has redeemed its character, and stands, lent of the dispute about Oregon. The English 10 mote right away to ."1. .Indreit Bay,for though June 13. I..r. 47 9 istrator of John Shaw deeaed. btt of Leon

Captain Gregor. now commander of the blockading ifficers a.d men, high in the affections of the A- pfeS in commenting upon the passaze of the notite other sea-ports may do as well,jet I am sure this Florida Supreme Court Reports- Cou' >ty."i present his final account and youchento
force, the two Mexican vessels best sea-breeze I have Judge of Probate for Leon county
retored nerican people and will be the admiration of other I Inations. i resolutions, is disposed to regard it a"a peace wil do. Here is the ever published, and for sale at this Office, or 1 by : from said administration.LEVI .
which had been captured off Vera Cruz, by the owing to the formed by the sea-coast JtS HAYWARD.May and ail for a discharge
squadron. He addressed a letter to General Uravo, But we sincerely fear, that the same hesi- leasurc, and they hold suCh language as induces u"to rom Pensacola and square Cape St Bias, meeting; exactly o 42 P. A. CARLTON.Leon .

o Vera Cruz, saying that he had released the "ffel iting policy is about to be pursued by the adminis- believe that the British Government will meet at the mouth of the ba> of St. Andrews. Both thE IM-'I. County, May 30, 1S45. 4; fin

u i consideration of the fact that the Mexican ration in prosecuting; the "-a with Mexico, as was I thC question in a fair spirit of compromiss. Russell outhern and western winds rush up the bay, which Furniture for Sale.
ities bad American vessels to almost all NOTICE.IX .
permitted two tt times.Tis -
depart with the Seminole Indians.: The only prop- our country in Parliament, and Peel vies with Hake a very pleasant Lreze I Fashionable Sofa,
vsmolested subsequent to the notice ol the hluckde. pursue lud. high and healthy, and an excellent place to live 1 -1 months after dale I shall present r1 accounts -
The American ships of war at Vera arc- er course would b to press the war into the heart ofhe I 11m in warmly expressing the hope that the peaceil -fish,oysters and wild game in an abundance-wild L 1 P.ureau with veneered a glass on curl the maple top bedstead with 3 and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro-

J.rt. Falmouth, and by this time, no doubt the country, to follow up the advantages already ( relation of the two countries will not be distur- honey and good range, and though the country is I Handsome bate of Leon. county a -Administrator of Samuel

has also ai'e. The St. Alary''!is blockading pine to throw in men and means at once sufficient bld. The impression seemed to prevail generally enerally poor, tierI u plenty of good land for hun- 1 Dozen easters fashionable Chairs. 'heus' dee f. and apply for letters of dismiision:
Tampico. red live And above all, it is the said W. S. THEUS.
to
upon. from
to thrash the Mexicans soundly and bring them i ispeily that! the danger of a collision was removed and the wel Apply to J. R FORTUNE. administrtion.
The Somers has been to C air peachy to ascertain I place have ever sf'n. S let the asth- May 30. 1S40. 4 6m
whether the people aen Yucatan, are favorable to terms. Gi't them no time to recruit and tone ot the leading journal indlatf the {high de- htalhiet man come, the sickly man come, and above Junt f. 1 Q IC. 46 :

t oar cause. ather reinforcements,and return to the attack,pre. ree of satisfaction it would give to the English pto- al. let the man in go health come, that he may _1 ARRIAGE AND TWO NEW HARNESSES,for ot1ce.1 .

The American bark Eugenia, Capt. BriO. from -to revenge the death of their fellow-citizens. pIe to see the matter settled amicably.! I i!said, ne er be sick. Very re>p.ctfullv, ..J sale at the hw price of $l3! Apply to -' IX months afer'datt. I shall apply to the Hon.
New York,belonging to p. A. &. Co., eva pare HEKMON MERCER. FORTUNE.Important for etiement -
Hargouts 4H J R. 5 of county
the the of Gen. Gaines has taken the right view of the sub al"o[ that it is on the point of being settled, this be- June n. 1fi6. Judge rrobalt John
dt blokae. although purse by tats and charte on the estate of Fort
or!e w got into same jec. We need men and means instanter. There isno ing. the result of our position in regard to the notice. .f rurejar the uortt Tooth-JIthe, (trhen not arting to Colon Gro'er. eceased, late of said eoontv.SHARPLESS.

Captain run the blockade of the Frenchal theo time to lose. Our citizens are willing and red, We cannot view this state of things and contem- from Rhrumalism.-Take) two parti powderd II EVANS Adm'r.

CrW. American vessel. had left t port Vera to volunteer, and there is no lack of means to carr I plle the probabilities, amounting almost to certain- alum and this seven compound parts is nitric to be ft inserted her. One in the or cav-two THE subscribers of their unrivalled have on COTTON hand May 22. [30] 1S4G. 45 Cm

fro Mr. Parot. we learn that he me the newt on the war. Such policy is called for on principles I : of peace, without a deep sense of thankfulness to pam the tooth, and repeated whenever the pain re- ,", .., GINS. acknowledged by all lL'W BOOKS.

cf the capture Capt. Thornton and commence- of humanity, of economy, and of national honor.t .- Ir. Polk and without a high admiration of his tftra turn,. In a short rime the pain will cease to return, who have used them to b unenalt A LISOVS Miscellanies, complete price 1.

ibeat of botltie a Gaudalaxara. Upon rnquir"g I would make the war a short one, would preventhe and wisdom. When he came into office there ard the chemical action which prouce the decay b.any ether Gin now used. The are "1 Wilson's 4. $1.Parrot's .
at tbe he that the Govern- ill cca.e. No cure, no pay. try and you the very best description.and workmanship they
would eclatj S to Ararat.
of terminate the Journey
PO Ofce. Itae intoferenf other nation gain I "' nothing doing which was likely to \ Their improved single Gins
Bent not news. Mr. P. immediately be pleased with the result. I. M. moot be surpasr. Remarkable Criminal Trial. *
h ejrfe despatches our arms and character and respect for our nation mg-standing dispute. He knew and felt that t hen wi gin out over Ibs. of clear Cotton per day, Ieformation
person t carry wil D'Aubipne's History of <
containing all the trlt partcuar possible to be obtained, at t home and abroad. We cannot condemn the policy Is of a continued quarrel were great and dangeris. From tht A" O. Commercial Timft. double ones in equal proportion.the They Gin will sell Wainwright's Family Prayers
than ordinary now
to Commodore Sat. lying at Mazatlan with hiltlo of r General Gaines. Any other course will lead to He saw it was time to brin the matter to a 10 suit the times-lower The Lenten Fast, Double witness of the Church.
make
; Growth of the Country.We Gins will be pleased to
This would reach Com. S. five defeat. for he knew that it'war to U5fd. Ptron desiring Tupper Proverbial Philosophy,
epre. ishonor, if not disgraceful issue ; was grow the subscribers.
distinc the first number of werk.I application to
a
communications and received
411 of all other yesterday cry Liston's Practical Surgery, Deweea on Children
annce out of it, it would be better to hail now, than towait started in Corpus Christi bearing the VANCE &BURNS.
this is '
that flag juit
doubt
ere our waving )> paper Wandering Jew, illustrated, DHavmental
over the C walls of Mazatlan as well a Montery in Conventions, Spoils, Jtc. till repeated aggravations and constantly in- tlUe of the Gazette of fair proportions, abundantlylied May 30, 1S46. 4: 4t Mars, Ga.STOP Young Duke, Royal Favorite, Jessie's Flirtations

Caioria We had occasion last week to "minister correctionthe easing causes of anger and jealousy should make with interesting reading matter, and exhibi- THE THIEF Ransomed Bride, Lady of the Guiph.

'Or may recollect that sometime since it it dreadful and disastrous. But, that war tin a very creditable amount industry and intelli- Three Mousquetaires,a sexual to the Three Guards-
reer to more
-
and glad
fault" of the Sentinel, we are Ir.cein
to
columns.
editorial Reward.
1 that Capt. Fremont had been ordered inca in its Twenty-five Dollars icn, Gabriel Lambert. Percival Keen,
cot< 0 announc Cafornia. by the Mexican authorities. When its profitable effects. I what that paper calls lould grow out of his policy, he did not anticipate.was Three months ago Corpus Christ was not even ailage. stolen from the undersigned on Leon de Cavalier. Mocre's Epecnrian.

this nt'1 rehe Com. Sloat, he immediately dis- our .i-nature remarks" be attended with such I to prevent this in the future that he favored \ It was a mere stopping place.consisting night of the 27th inst., a dark The complete Florist, or manual of Gardening,

p sop war Portsmouth to S Francis- results lead to the substitution of reason and recommended decided action now. The result of some half a dozen wretched bamlets.and which, six years old fourteen hands Pictorial Bible Nos. to 52. for subscribers.
circumstances might require. go a t surrounded by extensive prairies upon .WAS slender tail. At the time
His firm
he a dn..Antlmnn's .
a a and of mild and unvenomed language for ems to approaching a expecte. the humble SCHOOL BOOKS
squadron Mazatlan on the 1st of for passion I Icoase b were scattered, at remote intervals lo his back was core, and he was
Te Aeic the frigate a Savannah, Sloat, epithets, we think we have no cause to rpgret -! emphatic tone in declaring what are our ighls., and house of the settler, and the naked rancho of tore feet having been recently Virgil, Clark's Csesar, Playfair'* Euclid.

COnlste Lavant Cm. War- will be iu best what he would use to sec them enforced and iriftless Mexican farmer. Now, it has become atown. Keys to Day's Algebra.Swif f's Philosophy.I et part,
; sloop Page, 2 pins ; sloop such ill nature. Its fruits n-I vigor numberig hod. He is a harness horse, and hal slight ,Walker's Dictionary,
and population oc Eclectic Readers No. 1,2,3
rn, Hull, 24 Cyene Marvin, 24 ; to the settlement of > with a busy thriving his neck. The thief carried
has
guns; sloop would spected, given an urgency larks of the on
I Ins cUle. or rather its best justification. I b understand, several thousands. It has its Smith's Arithmetic, Copy Books Writing Parcbtent. -
we
*ore ship Erie, and hourly frigate when it is what t Ihi. question which the British Government couldnot with stock at the same time,a new Spanish saddle (qnilt- for Window Curlins -
pens Portsmouth.The "rte. rong to stifle such ill-nature seen stort its hotel, aye even its theatre a a\Y. leather cantle) and bridle Slates, Green figured Paper
sloop its Much talking was a thing not to be passable enough to attract crowds,and tho'lat. ed I seat and black patent 3G inches wide, &c.,&c..
British force at the tame date, consisted of happy consequences flow from indulgence.The dlllgrd. compay rein of the latter much eaten by rats. A reward
th Collingwood, 80 guns ; Tabt. /: Juno /; Sentinel,in reply avoids the issue which loner Negotiation was to be entered upon not least its organ its newspaper its chronicler of thf f will be paid for the appre. Just received per brig Emr.eline.and for sale by
it of accidents and incidents, to the honestrrgbers Twenty 'Irt Dolas lilac 2.7. 1S4C. 44 P. A. HAYWARD.
3 and the at Guava.taa.taking to coun.elor and saddle
formality keep horse
Spy, ; not mere tbe thief
tne. made, viz : that the democratic party of Flori- for some purpose; a and citizens. en.!ion delivery
for Egln.It iuef that existed the undersigned at this place, or Ten Dollars forthe N otice.Ix .
of the fact a dispute to
and endeavors to get out of alirt a knowledge transition almost beautiful
of da is This is a rapid
a concern
that ships a
wu reported "a. tpil. an horse and saddle alone. weeks after date, I shall apply lo the Hon.
SIre to rendezvous at Mazatlan, but none others hadarrived. the taking position behind Mr.Calhoun.7e whicb was to b ended some time or other thoughwas a; that from the slumbering and unseemly We chrysalis it R. 1 LITTLE. y Judge of Probate in amid for tine Ccunty of Jefrson .
work in earnest at itfOW. the butterfly. asillustration
applaud its can certainly nofaor it no matter to go to to many.hue flfc Quincy, May 30, 1".H;. 45Notice. for letters ol administration "6, tends non.**
prudence. I gin get and felicitous, infiu- __.
But Mazatlan and among the animate an 1 ._ ._ .. --
little doubt exists at different was seen to --- -
spirit -
Connr
A White isle rf said .
the of Everett ,
British Admiral with the people, for itself or its party very of those circumstances which the prophetic i estate "
o&een ha. 0 th squadron, that tbe the American squadJ it shows littl to those whom it would en- the present ainistration. The question had to eye ene of BERKELEY beheld years since, and which he accounts pceased. THEOPHILUS BEATTY.
intoD not t aloW 1 respect definite and satisfac- .4 IX months after date I wi present my Jefferson County, May 1C, 1S46. 43 61
on the abandon settled, !something diltinc. corperated in his famous quatrian : the Hon.
te any Mexican ports ghten and convert and it is wise to a pur- b 3 and vnucher'nrand application to

Pacific, pOD should prove correct lit which only leads continually deeper into tbe wry was to be done. Seeing this determined pur.p .Westward the course of Empire takes its way, Judge of Probate of Gade County for letters of Notice.

the aext newt from the Pacific will be of the Do.t But it gains little help from Caloun. on the part of our Executive, Great Britain ha The four first acts already past ismiesion as administrator on the estate ot Daniel months after date. I shall present my final
cannot exist a mirt. very M. The filth shall c1t the Drama with the day- said iJIX
highly exciting character there to settle the G. Smith deceased, late of County.H. 3 and vouchers the Administrator of
account
He said that the democratic own a more willing disposition quetion as
that Com. Sloat will take possession at all ha lever party Time' noblest offspring is the last. J. DAVIS Adm'r. the Honor-
reasonable terms,than she had osiah Woodard, deceased, and apply to
hazards. I i i. supposed that for some time past is a"spoils concern." He has never said, M far awe finally, and upon Truly it is a wonderful spectacle to witness tbe May Ifi. !S4f.i. 43 Cm >le Judge of Probate of Madison County for letters
in the
C S. h.had instructions to seize all Mexican are informed, that a Convention to nominate a done previously; and we have now before us, owth and development of our country not mere- SUMMER RETREAT.L.OWKKIMINEKAL. f dismission as the Administrator of said estate

on that c.whene ke should receive reMe indidate for Congress is evil. He hu never count recently arrived,more cheering prospect ly a evidenced in the suddenness with which as inthe WILLIAM S. WOODARD.
a
news commencement of hostilities be it than greeted U since the P esidentidertook case of Corpus Christi 1 petty assemblage of SPRING. Madison County. May 23: 1S45. 44 6m
tWe the o countries. Aid that when the people desire a Convention of peace ha huts and hovel is convered. within a lapse of time

would to hold one. He has never lid un .o earnestly to bring the dispute to a co. inappreciable a populous town with all 1836.
b wrong almot
S. .hould not act their own It give us reason to expect that the hope of those th e acerie of municipal but a
Po the J\ O. Jfffcrionian, June the people ..uiU orgiLon. a _
tba
baa will oppose thsholdig who Toted for the notice .a peace measure will b imonstrated in the formation and 70UR BARRELS MONONG AllELA WHISKEY. _

From Matamoro. pu irposes. Nothing sid hold dir.edIt show the wisdom of promptness and erritories, the accretion to the original nucleus ofthe Winchester, Virginia, distillation,of the abort _____
A ; hu furnished of such a Convention a that about to b Dat thirteen independent and their final warraated vnmrpaMed by any ever before
friend. ite-
Matasnoras colone.
jtt from u A who can thus manage que subscriber begs leave to notify hit,friends
.w the following particulars which may not he"uateresting. the Mineral Srn. Then, what hat )he said frne. man get gregation into an nearly boundless ex.tent THE the that his house is now ought to this market. For sale by _
is fit the public
On the field of battle of the Pat tbe Sentinel resort to his language for t10ns. and m great emergencies, b and incalculable resources. The rapidity with genenll. ti this known STARR. LLOYD FLAGGYMay
.houl the
Alto.SO mnboried Mexicaas were counted: the ly tht he hu said again and again', that thelaw highet officer among a free people-eminently fit to which thechfcnge i* effected i.i startling and marvel- ope atering for reception and yisltef hi. thanks wel past (a- 9, 1Sta. 42Gold __
? Why in the dim and di.at plce. ted
'l the ee ht'oAhe enemy's line. rlie the Executive of the United States b> the chief director in afar that concern their 101. Far away lor instance, whose- >rs b by strict at- Pens."UST _______
of waste over p
Tf after the ble. oter COO wounded Mer- which give the distribution of offi- To sneering querist hi* act answer who We.liel the a tract Indian teritor. of thesi. ttntion to his visiters t rife share of Emeline, two dozen No
were eoutrted the most of ich enormous patronage in welae prairie roam sle monarh The waters of the are well received, per Brig
whom been b.pi. evil spirit in the he i.. and whose dense forest are fatec for the itronage. Spring 1 Gold Pen, with silver case and pencil; Conlada
woanddby uie. T&e t badlawand b. a and kno' to poe eclet Mecn ,very and Armlets,for sl by .
c.i effect is, that of By and b,, Ime vnturul is Necklace,
pre. Spring mw _
i WM Tery its b. for __
Imu at.1 tI. tuntry. Heay' that one ei AN ENGLISHMAN'S OPINION. or fearless hunter striving like Lather ipropria disf. Persons wishing May 83.1849. 44 P. A; HAYVYARIXSugar __

:( maark that it lake too many .ppr. m(or President IDte ..We most earnestly implore lover of peace, Stocking to get beyond the confines of in excellent order, would for bathing.do well tojcall ) tyi.it .
th MiG anld not be- ty.
we cabin inthe
= Taylor'.camp that he tbe an office. and good man to reflect eer state of arWe tioD and social in.tittn.erect hi* log The subscriber.would also remark, that bit ta,lewi ,
a
-1 coAai eration.while O the hop w are ecrTectAnd on this wIje urge eve tbfD.one, and all,to exercise their wilderness, mae his axe unbroken ring upon wild.theforet furisbe with a great a variety.any o. [ BARRELS Crushed Sugar. ________
in that b
c hi endeavor oak the first Loaf oo s2'Ilogshe.ds
in
and Co
the Mexican pp1 in calming feeling His Stable is also provided 4 case*
-.1.p i and to- ha* ace ecte arrangement the steely ha b.leisure to congratulate himself apescaphg e if t Sate. Corn Fodder hsr- Brawn Sajw ,-r -a _ _
of
te.i a. .. election U D longer a .truggler i to bring speedy before we o dr on from the out-skirts of society, ere be is go 01er.ad plenty a suit fo times* 3 Baml New Ork lMiled Sugar, far**!
W o eopifbrt. T Pet to who with England, lest aw will. t th *FLAOC; _
not Mnmonltion ( a great struggle plunged in deadly [lowed by a party of wanderers, who d.ste to Hi te. b mete STARR..LLOYD .
nu- countries
fited
it the two may are.I'is TEA.Lwer '
at ok the machinery b tattoo where they -39
.: were found in.the at Ma- tall hart the poilsof nominate officeIx* > at and m fo public opinion, for,l leading meD of EE- let her building t up a temp enmity of the fe. Mineral $Spring. E- F./" D'J841 i .pT1J1S,1S4& _
tint protect
mDe
# A convention t Pie. and America to avert this terrible calamity. may emens

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CO 13II'ilS l'I 1l .l LEGAL NOTICES. Admiiiistrnior's, Notice. CAT WAREHOUSE New, IxtClsIWtf and Splendid .A safe .ad E.Cle..I
ASSORTMENT OF Remedy for Worms
HOUSE A\D STAIK BUILDI1G.I .- -. ,- z --- -- ALL persons indebted Icht estate of Anna Brooks, maybefonadIa.I
----- - late of JefTerion County, deceased, will LOT LTN &0. Wt)

GERARD VINGERHOETS, IVollct-. mae immediate paymerf to the subscriber; and ... THE subscribers are now receiving a line assert- OIr1rlIO.

I (.'.tolt door !outfi of the Union Bank,) SIX months after date, I shall present my final th0e having claims again said estate must present of CLOTHS, CASSLERS.&VFSF- preparaUoufow9
.1 and vouchers to the Bon Judge of Probate them for payment to the administrator within the INGS which they are prepared to manufacture I TatY0 It hu is IIJ
notice that he i is
to .
GIVES prepared in and for the County of JrfTerson, and applyfor time required by law, or lacy will be barred of recovery. the most fashionable manner. Also,a large supply I other preparations lor Worms advantages Of*
his friends and the public ,frgiatv. V
a discharge Administrater of the estate of Joseph JAMES R. BROOKS,
BEADY MADE CLOTHING be with .
with articles of CABINET FURNITURE can given perfect safety to tTelo? t
any .
r Manning, late of said Celty. Jefferson Co. April 2tIG. 4'') 2m Adm'r. 111
made up in a &t>le not to be d.ceul.ROBERT '. (made up by ourselves,)in the latest style,consisting age; noriiitneceisaqto give u>* otiervJJI

surpassed( by any workman in the State Jefferson CourtyMay I'i.i lIG.36m| Notice. in part of with it, or after it. as it operattlupoQ ,
and at prices corresponding with the indebted to the estate of Robert WIENKER carrying away the Worm aDd c1ea" 7
person TRAtfCISCUS Frock Dress aed Business Cot. : the '
times. BureausSofas, Tables of various kinds Set IVoiice. ALL of unhealthy secretions at the lime **
of Le deceased will 1iJne.
late
tees, Wardrobes, Chairs, and every description: and V llX months after date, I shall! apply to the HonO make immediate, payment m to County the subscriber;, and TAKE thi.melhe-d his to Cabinet inform Warehouse the public that the he Black and Colored Cloth Frock and Dress Coat,' A trial of it, tee think, mil p, llliIl.
to
Tweed Saxa
style of Furnitur ma le to order or repaired at the orable Judje; (,f Probate for Jelli-rson County, for claims againstsaid estate,must Cloas and Overcoats any one: It may not cure eveiy -
those
having: present Starr&. Co. turf
dooi
.
building formerly occupied by ,next Beaver Bus.Coats& Surtouts. confidence in
shortest ntice. He i is also prepared to contract for L'tt.'Mf diiimis-sion -dminitr.t.r of Joel them for to Administrator within the our it, that we are ,??1IItl.
payment
in the ot which h.
the building of Houses, and such other works is Walter late of said county, deceased. time required by law,or the?will Le barred of recove to Peck'sTin Manufactory the business rear of CABINETMAKER Plain and Fancy ,.t. its benefiting in every instance or them nl!
intends to on
generally done by house carpenters. His prices in JESSE WALKER. : carry : Silk Cashmere Valencia be refunded. lfERTIFICA
4 ry. R. T. BICRETT, Administrator. UNDERTAKER and UPHOLSTERER and Black and figured Satn. ,,
this will be such as to induce those: Jesi- Kth l S. 23 ; ; Velvet. .
'.
department 2m
t' >.
rious of( building to give him employ, while the oual- -llcemhlr __Tillaha'we. May!. j (_: feels well prepared to execute any orders in eitherof Dr. Woodruff: Dear Sir: I have bd
PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
will I lea Notice. Lut Notice. the above branches of his business. child that has been sick I
ity of his work if it does not turpa.u, at t for some tins.
tonal any work done in this:city. OIX I months after date, I shall present to the Hon. persons indebted to the estate of Henry J. He is provided with the best material for the ALSO-A VERY LARGE .ASSORTMENT OF ing what was the matter with it.we hadpretIJ Not .
articles of
To the ciizen. of Talahas"c.and surrounding O Jude of Probate lair Jefferson County, iny finalScount ALL: deceJse late of Leon County are manufacture Secretaries of new, Bureaus, Tables, Furitur Bedsteads, Cotton & Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett, Merino, given up doing any thing for it; howner .
such ,
4 country, woM rdnn : hearty thanks: for and vouchers as Administratrix of Jcrcmn.ahDrew hereby notified pajme.it muit. be made without as in the and I Collars,. l.bs-'ol, Canton resort, we concluded to try some of vow IT
the patronise he has heretofore received, and trusts Ute of said County, deceased ; and shall than delay"to S. S. SIHLEY: Agent; a no further inddl- Chairs, &, &. neatest most perfect Stocks, and made Flannel and Specific, thinking it probably might be WomTT*

that he may continue to give satisfaction and enjoy apply for letters of dUmi-ision as such Adininistratiiv. gence can he granted. style.. le repair any description of furnituie. Cravats, JeanUndenhirtsndGlos. had reduced it so much_accordingly we eatofH *

their confidence and favor. KACHAEL DREW.Jfforson ESLEY MANNING, Adm'r. his thanks the Drawer. giving your Specific,"(which by the bv, wJ?
would return grateful to citizensof
February 2S ISIo.( 2q ly County, I I I lMi>. 3'J rtni* '2'h, 1 S li;. 32 He rightly named,) when, ,
_ __ \rill. __ February ___ ___ __ for the liberal patronage he has already Hand'chiefs, silk, cambric Hal Hoe, astonishing t. telL -
L&W IVoticc.OIX GOODS Talaha''t rec.c ,and respect fully solicit a continuance &c. las and Caps.Suspenders menced passing ormt, and continued dob
"NEW'SPRjNG several days,until it had
NlIOm. and Shoes, &c. passed more tku faTr
e>f their fators, as he pledges himself to give satisfaction Bots
II. ) ACGUS I months alter d.tl. I Msall: cpply to ths Hen. I dred, some of them a foot or more illl fcfl
WILLIAM MAXWELL, will practice o in partrship. -O JuJ:e of Probate! for .Mierson; County for letters J. K. FOKTUXK to all who may give him their orders both in Every requisite to 1 Gentleman's Wardrobecan twisted and knotted together in hard b _, '

f. I They will attend the counties oft he .Middle ..l.
District: of Florid Jarkwn and! Franklin coun ,.f said CoUTit,deceased.! I IS per brig Peconic from New York, a large January 10, IS I 1C. 25 '.mahllterms. Our stock will be replenished by the apart. Knowing that a Worm Medicine uUiJII, .

tit in thj Apalachicola District. The county of' (;EORGE: : STANDLEY.. :and well elected iTs.sortment:: of FANCY AND STAPLE To the friends of the Insane. arrival of almost every vessel from New York, during as yours has proven to be,would be used by hiaC Y1 ?

Thomas,( eoria. The Court Appeals of.Florida Jefferson! : County, January 10, iS-IC'. 2; Omoticc. DRY! GOODS suitable. fur the Spring and Summer the season, by new goods! purchased by Mr. if they only knew of its virtues have eoodaiyv

and the District and Circuit Co.uts ofthe United trade, consisting in part of the following : TMIE Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, I STILLMAN, who will remain North during the give you this certificate so that all may know vW
\ ; Williamsburg,would inform the public of the
States at Tallahassee. Fancy Prints, I'arii Shade Robes, winter for that We ourselves, by to find a medicine that can be relied OIL
) States that, by a recent law of the Legis. purpse. later
RESIPKVCE! after dte! will final SOlthl'r
S femtLs we present our White Linen WM. II. RROCKE account and voucher (the administrators of Dril. hat.Ure,t they are empowered receive insine patients, arrn
BWUeil.TaU.hasCf... a Hrown. Satin stripe FOR CASH, we shall be enabled to sell cheaper July 2d, 1S45.BEMARKABLE .
AUGUSTUS; Ro! ort Y. WcilorddLcea-edand l apply to the lion.Judjc paying board, from other States. This i is the oldestInstitution
E IX\ELL. Jraduattd Robes : than other establishment in the city. All
Figured Hansly, { any
April 19, hI!: tf of Pri-bate for Leon tor letters of di of the kind in the Union, having been
County !-
: : Cottonadcs, ,Lama I persons in want of clothing are respectfully invites Chic OJ" TE.' I", OR TAPS Wgtx
founded by the Colonial Government in 170 and
., and Fork.JIDES mi:* ioi a" administrators. said estate. ,Wh't Muslin ; to call and examine and for themselves.
ncon judge
Mixture, This is
ft York to certify,that I have made use of Dr.
) is, from its location,best adapted for Southerners,being W,j.rufTs .
Q Sho-ilders. Hams and Prime Pork,just reJ Cl.\I.- S1U\ \J Gambroou Nankin, Blonde and I terna. CLARK t Worm Specific" in in
m n. ranC SILLMAN. family
removed from the piercing coir of the North and my semi.
Y }
ccivcd and for sale bySTAHR Monroe street next door to .
with
.'. SHTJo' Cot i n ri Sarf" (from thl enervating heat of the South Its curative Star Flapg.November ses, the happiest effect. In ODe case itbrov
April ? > miff.H' : ,
LLOYD FLAGG. I Rich 1. IS 15. 15 tfSPRING&ISUMMER
stripe Uarcge immediately some Worm
& LondDrilin; S.tin capacity\ is of the highest order: nine cut of tencases away fifty cf tht&
April 15. I"-'i. 3'J {". II.iJ / Scarfs, called jticaride*-.but its most remarkable.
Nolc recover, if received within the first six monthsof fe,5
months afterdate I shall the lion ;Fancy Dress Cape GOODS. exhibited in another case, a girl of rather deb .
M. D. PAPY present to : : the disease. It is easy of access,as steamers daily *
,. SIX 1.I, e of Probate for Jetlt-rson County my final Cout :Rich French work rollars, stop at a wharf not far from the !\'>lum. The modern TIE subscribers take pleasure in informing the health who complained pretty constantly of"
E :account and vouchers. a-j E\vcutor: of Thomas Loo.h.l.tc I Iri..h Linens, ', fancy Silk Points, treatment, upon the --restraint system, is in of Tallhassee. and the surroundingcountry abdomen. Being satisfied that she had beentrm:

Practice in all the Court in.< MiMic! \ of said. county,
.: WILL: Office on the first tl-'or of the Capitol tpplv f.ir letters of di"mi:.i"ti ..such Faiitar.RCNJ.MN : ToweN Egyptian Mits.I. sitication: of patients according to their state of mind, from New York a splendid assortment of cific, and to our astonishment it brought faa .
South wing room formerly occupied by the MANNING. .. C. hkfs (lI !super.) .Sleeve
Secretary of thu.Territory.November Jefferson County! March I 7. l"I'l.' :'M I V.niIVotire. Cambrics and Jaconttts .Ladies, white auJ colored The fare ii excellent, and the cais per week. they will be constantly receiving from New York six or eight inches in length Since that tin ,'
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I IS" 17 Grass Colh. /' kid Gloves, I We have. neat b.d-rooins, parlor tastefully furnUhe and New Orleans (selected by the first houses in the health has considerably. improved; and linei*
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Irish!. Ivlgings, Gents do.Cambric with curtains,carp.t sofa,centre-tableottomans, above places, with the greatest care and attention, doubt but that the Medicine has relieved here fa

P JOSEPH BRANCH. I.. O'B. BRANCH r;. IX months after dite, I shall: pn-sent my final acT and Muslin (. -/:' I''. rich Bonnet Ribings mirrors, books and a piano: airy verandahs for summer particularly for this markt) all seasonable goods in much to be dreaded Worm. The Specific" it |

.J. *k L. BRANCH. I:*. count and vouchers as the .\.dmninitrataarotSani'id and insert ings) .' buns, retreats ; an extensive enclosure for evening the above line, they offer low for cash, at high repute in this place and is without doubt I tai

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. &ct'doeaso, and apply to the Hon. Jud e ot BLat. k Trimming Lacl ;;Fancy Caps, rambles; a carriage for morning and evening rides ; their store in Tallahassee or Monticello.L. uable remedy for Worms.

T\LIAIIU.lt.E. LOKIP'T \. I 'robate of Jefferson CNIt'for K-tters of timilliol Gimpcm Inserting:, ,Rich Fancy Parasole-ttes, a rending room furnished with books and newspapers & H. GREENBERG &. CO. JOHN J. LITTL1
hEIR connection t with the Southern Life In>uJL -, as the Administrator of said;l estate.ALEXANDER. Printed Paris: L-mus ,.\ large assortment of ; and moreover \.ariOI1 means of amusement.A .- March 21, IS.Ir. 3Tax Whiteville Harris Co.,Ga..Jao.IO. 1843.

ranee ti. TruSt. Company hiring entirely cease*!. SCOT. N. S Sulphide Mii"lin, ', French Flowers, resides in the building and preaches to I

they will hereafter give their attention exclusively JelTcrson! County, April">, 1.li.I:*; rm Ibid Swiss Muslin, ;Tine straw Bonnets, the Chaplin every Sabbath.. Letters of inquiry should Colector's Notice.T DR. 'VOODRUFF'SDYSENTERY
to their profession. Omhrl Eagle Eve I HAVE this day levied upon the following lots or
I Ix din-cted to Dr. JOHN M. GALT Physician: and
They will attend the Suprcm:('ourt of the State, Sol lev. Plain Swiss and flunk do. 'FlorenceOmbre of the Eastern Asylum Williams- JL tracts of land: The north west half of the northeast CORDIAL

\ and each of the Courts tor the Middle Circuit. SIX month. after date we shall present our ac- Udlzarirtes. Neapolitan IIrintul" burs Superintendent\'m nia. quarter, and the north east half cf the northwest For Diarrhea Dysentery Cholera
,
Marlu
and.m'hrs the Hon. ,
current to
Judge Padded Rutland Section ,
quarter Township three
March ti twenty-one.
?, | ;
l'll March H, 14fi.' 34 cowl Ow
a, of Probate. for Jeflcrson County. and t t.t'l aj>ply for )Mourning; -Rich Lace. Range three, containing one hundred and sixty acre Cholera Infantum and Summer

JohN lnSKINE: letters i>f dismission. as 'Xl'C\tf and executrix of I'dlzannes. .Sa'n, Victoriaemb' of land, more or less,and to be sold before the CourtHouse Complaints of Children.

ATTORNEY AT LAW Joseil\\'hite.ltf e f said Countv, dfcea.ed. BrOhf' figured mourning 'English:. Patterns. '. WILLIAM H. WARD door, in the town of Quincy,on the first Monday .

flutney, .Florida. TIDH'ILtS m\-fY. lu.ln. Paris lace triia'J ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT in July 1S4G for t the County taxes due Gadsden From Hon. H. W.: Milliard late U. S. .6uictr

WILL atten-l the Justices* Courts of Gads the Circuit Court cf Middle: Florida, J.fl.ssn County, February 1-1'.3.i! Kin the property of Malcom Gilchrist. Hou.- or
2 taste, and he rests assured that those who will T> ESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend -- --- --
and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. JVottcc.OIX cal and (\aminc. cannot do otherwise than award IX to the prosecution of Claims before the several JAMES A. MCMILLAN, Washington D. --------.1 j

November! :2..!, I'1" IfS months alter d.tt. the iiiidersiznrd willpre. that credit. fxutne Departments of the GO\rnment. and Quincy. Dec. 29, l45.- 21 Co. Tax Collector. Dr. Woodruff: My dear Sir: A few day sues I

(X:>- Sentinel copy._ _ O neiit hale accounts and vouchers to thf Judge! of He h.n: also just received from New Oilcan: claims against: the United States for Lands or Money, Lows Florida. received the Cordial which you were good snumht t tt
Vobatenf WakulU County, Administrator! the Rich cmbr'd Canton Crap settlement Public claims before 01 send me. My friend CoL Sea&om Jose, modi
a. on Shawlo.orth :jlU, to the of Accounts, to FEW
Laws of Florida .
I o state of M. C. Robertson arid apply! for !letls vf, figured Linen Cambric l br dresses: Commissioners umlwr Indian or other Treaties, A Session copies for sale Pamphlet lat have part of it; the remainder I have laid aside fur

COMMISSION MERCHANT .1..<:ni'sioii from the aid atate.JOhN : I.r- Lwl., to Preemption and other Land Claims, and to the March 21 ,154fi. by P. use when I may need it.
A. HAYWARD.
J'. ( : : : Robes, On the other page I have added a sUtenentofBf
N'o. 4. Front Levee, JIXGEIU.OHD, Embro.tere. procuring of Land Patents, to Pensions in the Army
NEW-ORLEANS, La. In rilit of hi* wife, :. Ilntrfurd. m.ck :J Mantilhs-worth $23., and Navy, or business connected therewith, to the Stale Tax-Collector's Sale. appreciation.. of it as a Medicine

attend to BITING, SELLING: RECEIV December is: l I l-'t. 21 ;m Long Silk O. K. Mitts, (new st tle.) obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful Inventions virtue of the power vested in me by law,I Having used the Cordial of Dr M. WoodnCI
WILL with -- All of hid he otlers on the most reasonable terms. and all business of BY hal do not hesitate to pronounce it.a most ralsabltKsd-
nl I FORWARDING! promptn} Notice. Y to other a public nature re for sale, before the Court House icine.
Indeed for such affections
of
the
bomb
t and despatch. OIX r months. after date! the mini!. rsipml will! applyI ] Mach -M. IM'i.- : ; 35 ijuiring an Agent. the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon, we sometimes suffer with in the South,I know noti-
.. Claims individuals attended
November I I"I. Iii .-lu-oll against promptly to.
0. Slate Sale.B .
1 J to the Honorable Jol rt E. Ifome., J'IJc, tPII.tt.f rI0.8 On in August next ing at all equal to it."

))r. JXO. G. GAMBLE Jr.. Leon county ,fur -rsofdi-imi9>ion from Y virtue of the [power vested in me by law, I : titles Information investigated given, &free of charge. letters lobe the thcfrst.Ionday much thereof as HENRY W. HILLIABDi
estate of F. Brant, dt-o-asod.! shall expo for sale, before the Court c \1 wit
Iioul
I his Profes-Ional; Services to the citizen tle : the State Tax due on the same for the
OFFERS F. : : ) door in the town of Jasper, County of Hamilton,on 10t-paid. pay year 15.j: To Dr. M.
.. and its vicinity. WIJJJ.n. Almr s' REFKREXCrs : W4N W 4, S IS,1 2, R 2, N and E.'adjoining Woodruff:
N \'. 1'. 1S43. 17 tfM. \'IXG1lmOET. J Tlic first Monday in September tnt, Hon. A. S. WHITE, U. S. Senate. lands belonging to W. Williams, owner not Dear Sir: My little son was attacked with Dys*
I I 10 1S < ,
January ,
.1 Ii. tery, about six weeks since I calledii
fm the I k:. A HA.NNEGAV known. violently.
------ --- -- following so much thereof as will ,
f ] O'SHIEW n Notice. pay the State and property County o taxes due on the same for ALEX. BARROW, The E i, N E4andSE4S25; NWNE4, the best medical aid,without arresting the distM.
S
ATTORNEY AND COe SELLORJ.\T LAW, SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. the year; Id': JAMF.
f Jasper Hamilton County, Florida. \ of Probate in and for Jctir"t'n County for The S 4 ot Sec 33, and the E of the N 4 of D. R. ATCHION. W i, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E.,situated near Man- cidently came across your Cordial. After mduf

i November 22., I N4i.- 1' titers if dismission as I\'uor: ( Moore, S:{:'I, F the entire section :'it, and the W 1 F of&.C C. ASHLY nington. purporting to belong to Lewis Conner and the certificates of gentlemen whom I ee recommai-

1 t V L.AUATTORNEY ('I'I::. lute of said Cf'Jty. dcceisi-d. 3.., the E i of th. S W i ,,( Sec 2';% allot T 2. J. J. 1'IVN of Illinois. Life Insurance and Trust Company.The ing it, I concluded to try a bottle, and begin to tat

HARDY MOORE.Jetr R !12, N and E. The E i of S2, and the N }lof S. A. f..A''J.u.rntn.of, E 4SE4.S9; W 1 1. S W 4S 10; N W 4, !. it by directions one morning after breakfast,WM kj

::1 Wo 'r o AND! AT to belong to o.estate; Hector \V. Hrudt-n. Jon\PKTTITof: Indiana. except the E }, S E 4 of said section; also, E |, N cured. It has returned on him twice-.n- -aince.---.bit----\tt-
; COLStILOR 1.\\ \ tl been before.
Also the N W the S E of S T W4Sl7T2RINantlW ENW4S9T stopped as readily
.. ( ), I I 4 7, J. R II, s.e.SIPLF ;
attend the seveial
WILL and of Dccatur County, Georgia.January JljJc of Probite f.r Jefferson (olnl'. my final Washington Dunham. J. .\. \\R"UT, T. Ward, F.q'r.I\out live milts south-e st of WM. L. B. LLAIJ
J a"colnt vouhers at Allmini.lrat'r <.f F'r-ncis J. l'.diaba'see, ow tier not known. GeorgetownRandolph Co.,Ga".Sept. -
3. 1'44.< 21 Also the S E4: of S3I.T 1, R13p'irportingto J n Bo'.vLiN.of :Ii. ouri .
\ 'lost; t. late of said; County, decea-w l; and shall then belong to the estate of Benjamin Chaireua.Al.oSections2'iatmd3 J. Ht-r.iiEwit( The I i of N W 4ofSinTlR I. Nand W,

Tlios. Ji'ir. llrir. vtplv: for letters of dismission)ai>i.h AdiHinUtrafor.STEVENS in T I. R 12, Nand E., I HENRY Dom.F.of W Consin. SO near Lake Jackson,purporting to belong to A fresh supply of the above valuable medieist,
}t ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW. ; Charles just received and for sale by Lewis & Ames Drof-
BIDGFRc. purporting to belong: to the estate of Thomas Liv April 12. ll.5.1 3S Wilianisol.Also
(1TiLLcontime to practice in the Superior aid Joffcrsin County, January 10, IS!'". ;m ingston.Also. town lets: Lot No. 220 in the gists,TallabasSt'e; alto,by R.Manning. M-.Mu-

; 1 VV County Court of Jetferson County, and in the the W I of the N E 4 of S 33, CoPartnerhip.THFunJrienCd. original plan of the city of Tallahassee, and part of nington,Leon County; Jas. B. &ard.rl.,-
.
., '. Superior Court of lie Middle District,andlhe County Notice.Q The i E: the S W 4 ( S 33, having thisdayas oi3ted them- lot No. 171 in the north addition to the city of Tallaha cookie, Leon County ; S. F.Barney, Miccaxwkis;
S.I I' of Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict. IX months] afterdate, I will present my acolnta'Hi 1 he E 101 theN E 4 .1 S 33, under the firm of STARR, ee, also lot No. 76 in the south half of th. Samuel Puletitvn Druggist, Monticello; John G.
Residence at M', Jefferson County. All I I., vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of The W I Jof the.SE4of; ( S 33. LLOYD and FLAGG, will continue the mercantile county quarter of said city. Gunn Merchant, Quincy ; Zabud Fletcher? M-

1 I bisineuentrusted with him will be promptly attended Leon County, and apply for letters of dismission a The N E; 4 of the S 4 of S 33, busine-ss at the Store formerly occupied by W. F. Also the lands:purporting to belong f fo the "Apalachicola China Hill,Gadsden County ; Joshua Davis,of Gti-

I f- to. alministrator of the estate of James Simmons, late II The S W 4 of the S F 4 of S 27, in T 2, R 13, I lloyd, where they will b pleased to ee their firmer Land Company lying in the county of den County; D. Baker P. M., ChattahoocJue, wd
Marcht'll$. 33 ol said: county, deceased. al Wm. Power, Merchant Marianna.
M. STARR. North the line of
I Nand E. Also, the E $ of the N 4, and. the W cU9tomer. Lon bounde by demarcation
New York City-Xo. liJ Broadway. SILAS D. ALLEN'. i of the N f: 4 i of S .1,T I. R 13, N and f:.,purporting W. F. LLOYD, Ocklukny River, South by the ctunty May 9, 181C. 42
JVbniiry II, l 1If" ri$'1' OmJVolicr. February.I, IS 10. 31 F. H. FLAGG. of Wakulla, and East by the St. Marjcs River and
'1 : __ to belong to ttiee-atate of Hardy Brvant. In the Circuit Court of the
JAMES J.
BIRGE .. Also the N W 4 of S'0, the W J of the !E 4 of S Dr. Hull's Pulmonary. Balsam, known a part of I Forbes" Purcba'e"A. MIDDLE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GADSDEN

,' JELNI months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. 2-1,the N E lot theS W 4 of S 20, the S 4 of theS A. FISHER,
1 TTAS ta'
I, : HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSIh"r.; .ft'I i>f dismission: as Administrator! of Jacob. Carter \V 4 (,f the S f 4 of S 17, all in T 1 J. Range 14-, N Whooping-Cnutffi I$orrnrsi Fains, Injlnrnza in tttr } farlentU, January 24-, 1S46. 27 6rn his wife, Peter L. Barino,

keep on hand a choice I'le'tion I late. of said county,d.ce cJ. and E.: purporting to belong! to Edmund B. Vass. of Blood o, dclSpiting, ]NEW BOOKS, &c. John C. Barino, and Margaret E.

AND ENGLISH CLOTHS, C.SSIMERVEST! JOHN FREEMAN.J S E J of the S W 4 of S 1T I. R 13Nanal E.. of t-e. Diculy received per Brig Sampson, Narrative of the : Barino, heirs of Elias Barino deceased I

.i t, INGS,.fcc. He would. respectfullvsoiicit\ a contmu5 Jd -rson County, Ft-bniary 7,1515. Cm 2 purporting to belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills. B alhlg. t'c. JCS dition to the Mountains and to Oregon t*. | Chancery.
: Rocky -
been in high
fin HIS article has long estima- James D. Cash William
; Holland Sarah
p cnceoi inc patronage 01 his rioriua inenas. ----- -- MILTON J. BRYAN. : he.1 and North California in -
blH- 1S43 and 4
J.
by
Capt.
i jag he will be enabled to give the the mostentirsatisfaction. (Ih:( ShfT. and er officio Tax Col. H. Co. JL titan lor the cure of( : : the breast and Fremont,price 37J cts. Jane Holland Benj. C. West

:1 SIX months after date, I shal apply to the} Judge F'e',ruary 2'> I leI'|rt. 32 CmET3SW lungs, and i is offered to the public as a remedy deserving The Crescent and the Cross Eliot William H. McMillian. John G.
Probate for -- -- ------- trial bv all who thus by Warburton, and Charles H.
Ia Aprils, ISIS 37 !) for l -th.r of ---- a are aflclfd. Illustrated edition Camp Dupont. j
of the
-.------ di"li*.ion a!administrator of Ncrman liJhlle of C4OOBS. Particular dir.Ctiun.accompany tach bottle of the Eq. Proverbial Pilgrim's Progress IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,by
: M'CANTS&ISPENCER JULI medicine. Price 50 cents. Tupper's Philosophy,a book of thoughtsand affidavit of solicitor that JM.
!ail'e urh. decaOe"J PIECES rich style' Print, Muslins, Ging- treated complainant' ,
,J ,TORXEYS AT LAW, ( ".. County, JalJu> 10, 1SIC. Ml CmAdministrator's 200 hams. Bareges lial/.arinrs. Muslin Ging Sold in Tallahassee, Florida, by Illustrated arguments edition originally of Vicar of,Wakefield D. Cash, one of the defendant. to the bill of eon-

hams, Shawls Scarfs, and Collar. Gloves, LEWIS &.oIE Druggists. plaint filed herein, resides beyond the limits of tkis
_ & (-TILL practice in the Court of the Middle Dis Notice. Mitts, Hosticry, a Cap9 of Laces and Deceittbfr fi. H;! Dante's Poetical Workslnnslttd by H. T. Cary State, and within the jurisdiction of the United

:; \V trict and the Court Appeals, and in th-, SIX months afterdate, the unJeriltdwimakc Embroidered Muslin Trimmings, and a variety of The Philosophy States, that i is to say within the State of Texas 1i
Samuel \Y. Carmaek, Samuel R. Holmes life Mozart.Arnold'8
.ia. Counties of Georgia. at foal return and Stephens of ,
Ole MontiCeh Judge articles too numerous to mention. Just Ordered, That the said James D. Cash do appear
S : Fla.: __Sept. bat.for' Leon County, I administrator! on the estate and for sale by rl't'i'e and J. \Vayles Itaker, Rugby School Sermons, and plead to or answer the bill of complaint filed

$30 ItUWAIlU.RUNAWA "f Roderick MclnnU: dtsu and ask 'for 3 dis.charge L. H. GREENBERG & CO. ATTORNEYS AND COUXSEL.lR AT LAW, Parker's aids to English composition, herein on or before the first Monday of October
& .
Wrom the5ubSribr I: mile as such March 21. I'Ir. :3.-,, HAVE formed a partnership in the practice of Chances and Changes, or Life as it Is,by Charles nest, or that the same be taken as confessed by ta

V east of Talla aasee. on night of the 2d JOHN MANNING, .Adm'r. -- and will give their joint attention to business Burdett, Rural Economy by Boussinghault, said James D. Cash and the complainants have In"

&: '.in.t., a ner' man TOM.five feet,five inches March It, '. 34 gmAdIiIItsistrLatol'b lOTICE. confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit Book of the Colonies, by John Frost to proceed exparte: Provided That a copy of tkii

and a half high ; light complexion, and an intelligent FORECLOSURE OF :IRTG.hf THE SOUTH-. and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the Book of Good Examples, by John Frost, order be published once a week for(our months previous

5 'a CO'Jnteanc: a peaked forehead. with a car Notice. CIRC OJ FJ.RJA. Wt.t"r Cirruit. SAMUEL n STEPHENS will continue The book of Christmas, by Thomas K. Hervey to the day aforesaid in one of the Bewspspert
months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. heirs of John H. reside Elinor Wyllis edited by J. G.Cooper, in Tallahassee
extending between the eye-brows to the root of his SIX I THE Sawyer, deceased, will to at QuincS IJL W. C.'RlUCI published ,
p. 4 nose; about thirty years old. Judge of Probate of Leon County fu letters I notice that I intend to institute proceedings and J. W.HLF BAKER: at Tallahassee. One of the The quiet Husband The Squire The Heiress,by Dated 14th May,154G.'b'

The above reward will bp given to any person apprehending of dismission on the estate of Charles A. NeLton, ,forthwith in the Circuit Court for the Southern firm wil spend a part of his time at Apalachicola, Miss Pickering (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE
I. C; said slave Tom. on the delivery of tin-: late of said County. decea vd. Circuit of Florida, /foreclose the mortgage I hold ana attend to any communications directed to Ascanio or the Sculptor's Apprentice, by A. Dumas Judge S. Cir.presiding in M.C.Gadsden Co.

same to me,at my plantation. JAMES A. F.THEr40T. upon certain real'et-tateof H. Sawyer,deceased, that plare.Decemher20,1S45.. I Love and Mesmerismby Horace Smith, A true copy:
.' ..- CHAS. L. POWELL. Surviving .Adlini trtor. in the city of Key West, situated at the corner of 22 The illustrated history of Palestineby Jno. Kitto I. R. HAEKIH Clerk.
March 21 I81. 35 Cm Duval and Front streets, and known ---- The Manuel of Matrimony. bv a Bachelor. 16
? April 11,1840. 33CL.OTII1NU a part of lot Msterics of the Ba"kwood.6y May 1846. 43 .em.
T. B. Thorpe
number three in square' number according to Apalachicola Land Company. author 1-

I t, URGE assortment of! CI.O''II.' SUMMER G Notce.SIX A. G. Bowman's plan of said city.CIARUS 1\'en. ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass, A of Winter Tom Owen Gift for, In the Circuit Court oC she

A CLOTHING: Also BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, months after date. I shall apply to the Hon. : MALLORY.By to make use of, or commit waste in any unlawful Needle-work, Ladies being instructions in MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUNTT. -
of Probate of JefTcrxon for lettersof S. R. his the lands of the I
w ud1e County MAILORY. Attorney. manner, on ApalachicolaLand
,. 1. just recch.e aod for sale GREENBERG by dismil-ioJ s l Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Key West, March. 1-0. eow4mTakoNolfrc. Company which have not been regularly disposed Fleming Field Nich Bigelow The Orange Girlof IN CHANCERY.
H. CO.
.,., & & Jones,1 life of laid County,deceased. '- of by us, or our competent agent or agents Venice The West Point Cadet, Between William Bellamy Ex'r.of .
March 21 J, IS 16. Love and Murder
: Durbin's Observations in the A. Bellamy dec'd. Complainant
d 1 RICHARD TAYLOR. extra price will be paid for Hides stretched heretofore, as the penalty of the law will be strictly

) E. IAHVAICD: .r., _JtT.; u oti. C'ominty_,_Iee._20, .15. jg-2 Cm AN, pegs,after the Indian fashion by enforced against all offenders.Applications East No, Clark'a'e'. Caesar, Pliyfair's New Music Euclid, Bill forsure for.-

.. .S his the p'lb'i May it), I m.V I 42 M. .. may he made for purchases,leases or Penmanship. Paper for Win 0. ] of mart
I"OR he has frienf store on thl cor- Notice. ._ _! AKF otherwise, for the undisposed of portions or dow Curtains, House Paper and Borders, &c., &c- Mary Rowles Executrix of Jo. glge..t.e.8t'ph

: '-" Monroe tken Two Hnndred Foot SIX months after date, I .bl present my final ac- CI-Im" niralitst the United States. of said lands lying and bilt in the counties of tract. For sale by P. A. HAYWARD. R. Rowles deceased, et.

; t ., neaily opposite the Court lou Olt and vouchers to I I H'>n. Judge of Probate JOHN P. DUVAL. of Talahase. Florida, and kulla, Leon, Gadsden "ld -"Min, and known a January 21,15)46.) 27 al.. Defendant

_ _ p may be found a general assortment in an.1 for the County ol Jd I"on. and apply A. DCKF."S. / City, the" Forbes Purchase, to our duly authorized agent, TO PIUNTEIIS. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,"J ths
: o ASI MI-ICIF$. Every at for a di h3rJetminislrtl.r*/? hoofs.mm of the will prosecute ( against United State from Mr. JAMFS }:: ETI. in the vicinity of Quincy. type Foundry Printer Furnishing Warehoute. affidavit of complainant that the defendantsu

p. Plly"ican. and Planters. e faMe. o Jame Hal. \t county derrased. Florida or elsewhere. Letters to. Duv.,1&DICK- JOSEPH DELAFELD. Mary Rowles. Executrix as aforesaid, resides oaf of

_ _ good low for eath. WM.. BIJDD.fffrs SON, Tallahassee, Florida post paid, will attended LEWIS THE have opened a new Type Foun. the State of Florida and in the State of Yirg'it :
a' : cunnlv of SItFRMAN"i&1 J<- .<.n County, January I" IS,,10. 21\ CmAdministrator's to. DUVAL &DICKENS. Tnuteei of the Jpalachlcola Land Co. in the city ot New York, where they are it Ordered That the said defendant da appear sad
-- ---- --- --- --
CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC Notice. April 21.- IS 10. 4o January 10, 1S40. ready to supply orders to any extent for any kind of answer said bill within four..months or the s**.
valuable articles and the most job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper Cases, Galleys Brass shall be taken for confessed ,
That poMf
LOZENGES Provided
:
agree- months after date, I apply to the Honor. Tax Collctor's IVolicc.T Notice. Rule Steel column do. ,
wi Composing Sticks:
:r:1 ale form of administering SIX Chases cation be made of this order in some newspaper pri ted -
7; SHERMAN'S POOR teicnt. tIlerapet Judge of Probates Leon. county for let- HAVE this day levied upon lots Nos. eight, nine THE Inder.ianl duly authorized agent of the and every article necessary for a Printing Office. in the city of Tallahassee once a week, for foot
] and best plas'.er ever .I'LASER fete of iumUsion u administrator of the estate ol J. and ten and eleven, McNeil's survey, containing o \pa\achitol\ Land Company The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from an months successively.Dated .

I for Paioi in the Back( Side and pubic. Joshua Sills, late of said County deceased. sixteen hundred acres of land, more or less,lying between is'prepared to len or portions and tractsof entire ntw set of matrixes with deep counters, are 12th May, 1S46-

r flfess RheQmaim., : SOLOMON SILL??, Adm'r. Little River and Rocky Com'tort,and to be sold ant within the Forbes l'rChast.a have not ben warranted to be unsurpassed by any. and will be sold (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE

"I Also DR. FOLGFJVS OLOSAONIAN, or ALL- February 7, 181-1. 29 Cm before the Court House door, in the town of Quincy, regularly dispose of hy said Land Company. at prices to suit the times. Judge S. Cir presiding in M.C. for Gadsden Co.

I HEALING BALSAManinvalumblearticleforCohts. on the first Monday in July ISlo, for the County sonal may be had with the sublcribr at Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines M. D. PAPY Solicitor for Complain
Notice. taxes due Gadsden County for the year eighteen hundred or in the of Quincy, or of the most approved patterns.
: Asthma, Bleeding at the Lungs, Con ump- nc hborhoo may A true copy :
; 11 Coh its diseases. Pamphlets, containing SIX! months after date, I .hal pent my final ac- and forty-fire(I IS I t5)) and COlt',by the claimantsof directed through the Post Offices, at b Composition Rollers cast for Printers. I. R. HARRIS Clerk. I

kinr. in hish standing, re and vouchers to I lo. o'f Probate, Forbes Purchase, the property of the Apalachi- place and Tallahassee. A machinist constantly in attendance to repair May 16, 184s3. 43 4m
t persons in and for the County of J and then cohi Land and do
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its valuable effects,can had gratis, bYlppln apply Company. JAMES E, BETTNER, Jgentofthe presses light work.
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peeling u b for a discharge a Admini.trator of the estate o JAME A. MCMILLAN, TrutttttoftheJpalachieola Co. Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three timesas lV ollce.SIX .

1i abu.TaUaba Janaaty 10. 1816. 25 tf Stephen Woolf,late of SOLOMON said county E.deceased.MATHERS.Jeflerson Qtl .ey. Dec. 20. IS. Co Tax Collector. January 10. 1P4-
Porter and Clur t. papers e of Probate Jefferson County for letters
County. Fab. 21. 1l& 31 0m LEWIS & AMES Iw their papers containing it to the subscribers. W

- I, u:' CASKS LONDON PORTER Notice. Shirtings, Osnaburgs, and a large COCKROFT & OVEREND 6S Ann st. N.Y. of dismission M Administrator of Mary Savage,
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I'f dox. Claret, 'fwrt received tnd for sale by of Staple and February2l,1846. 31 6m o County ,
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month after the PaintsOil*, Goods GEORGE
- I i r STARB, LLOYD I FLAGG. SIX date uoefigr Adminis- JIedne. Boots, Shoes, Hats, suitable for the
of Jeremiah late of Toilet Articles &e. Window ale &k. Spring LAW NOTICE. Jefferson County. AprilM, 184o. 40 fm _
April 11848 3 Dntey. de. Prrumrr GUI, trade, for cheap -
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F.r Sale. voucher, to the Judge of Probate of said PAINTJRI' .RVIHI8 AND COLORS, SAR LY&FLAGG. Notice.
- ,i selected Miscellaneous Library of the County April 18, 18-16. resume the practice of Law. Orricc months after date. I shall present t. |tM
_ _ WELL and uk for a discharge (rein said administration.JOHN arjc. Glass Ware, Jkc. WILL or SIX
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A most approved English eitio. of standard SAUNDERS, > above constantly on hand,and for sale the LAW NOTICE.undersigned YARD. Jtodge ot Probate, in ud for *

III 04 works, consisting o about OM volumes. SAMUEL BENTLEY.} Ad' THE market prices. a hare united in the April 25. IS46._40 County Jefferson my final account bd YOu f *| .
practice of Administrator of tiatbaeISndvPdice$15d."
1 ..o p..rticalsri.spphy JOS.to F. BYTHEWOOD_ Jefferson County,May 2. 1846. 41 Cm TIE They will attend the several Courts ol Jim Received by J. R. Fortune, shall then apply for letter of dismutba* '***

2 Ocilla. Jefferson County.I AL in store a great variety of articles for family Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida At the, rh nix Buildings" per brig Emeline from Administrator. WILLIAM W. GOQDMAN.JeffeJ'WD .
January 10.1846. ? Administrator's Notice. use, Pickle., OlYe. Capers, )leaoni. Venaicella, and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in tht New York: County, May 9 1849. 42 "OnNollee. '_
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i A R& uwrfrtceirinf Jper Brif'Emeline (rom New vouchers, and make application to the Judge Rose and Peach Waters, "c. United States to be held at Tallabaosee, and the S .Soft-shell'd Almond., Butter and Soda Crackers I

.1 _tt Yok.ld &hoot Home from New Orleans, of Probate of Leon County for Itlen f di.missio AIT ASSORTMENT Of preme Court of the State of Florida. Ship Biscuit, Crushed Sugar SIX months after date, I will tpplfto the T".

I. 1 Rio, Lafoir* an Cof. loaf and t.M at Aii.tro the eitae' Es-. THOMAS RANDALL Olive Oil, Brandy Cherries. of Gadsden COWl, for a .

rar. Wine, Brandy,, no.ald complete asoent deea said County. @Ai1JN mmD THOMAS H. HAGNER, L"m.&Rup. Syrupy Sup. fine Northern Flour c j executorship of the lut will oRbrtD"3 P

% "Iron, Steel, tail*. &p. JOHN .MYRICK. Adm'rv Growth of 1843. Attorneys and CUr at Law. Very superior chewing Tobacco smsil 1n4jISJ I I deceased- e

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