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

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PLURIBUS UNUM. General Don Antonio Canales, on.the 6.h:
r e. w. CtTTTtlL.Throwgh FLOBJIJIAN. of
.Apri writes to General Arapudia t
, many and great are the stan thai eppear
In tM fiIf, by our country nnfurl'd; your esteemed favor of the 2d, _
And the stripes that are swelling in majesty there, an immediately disie in all the town
Like rain-bows adorning the world ; proclamations whic Kxxanpanied it.Pity -

Their light is unsullied,as those in the sky -- -- that there wpre 1 few of them. But _
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By a deed that our fathers have done, ---- ----- -- ------- ------- things
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.. And they're leagued in as true and as holy a tie, BY S.:S. SIBLEY. go Yankees a always scarce.
TALLAHASSEE'FLORIDA Te are still jn front of _
!,? In that motto ofK.lKY Uf O1'U.' ; SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1846. VOL XYII-N0.43. mors, doing as the monkeys do. 1at

It From the hour when those patriots fearlessly flung T-= : --- .- - -:- -- .-- _ ____ __ __ throw up a fortification, throw I we
-111lie jesus -- ---- ----- -- -- they an. _
ostsr4iht up
Their banner abroad, ; certainly not always true, taken i in ABOUT WILD -'I other"
Is I>er tree to themselves to that motto they clung, the Rente in which our preachers use these The old GOOD ADVICE TO F AIL'IERS. that the patient ha stolen out, and, havingthe
clung to the of God. Consider calling the elevated and of had returned to The Republican Monitor of
As they promise words. In most of these your most key MaUmo. _
e1.le y the bayonet traced at the midnight of war, churches, which streets there are as many ; ; never be ashamed nor afraid of his pI by a short gen the deputation, rag, of the 1s of April after giving an account
, On the fields where our glory was won; gives name to the street i in ** Ben Russel) old hat the of the 'interview of _____
which it stands. or working clothes apron. Pu- and had died a few seconds after. Genera! Worth with __
Oh! perish the heart or the hand that would mar many instances these
isro spent a long business General
no for Vega,
to-morrow that be done :
ofKANT churches and can says
The motto in OWE.
: convents, that of San
tDt"ill Augustine calling than i Courting for the Million.
being the
over, about
"Tis was
'Mid the smoke of theconl'iict.' the cannon's for example, covers the whole fc to b
d'f'p roar square, Boston during As LESSONS EOR LADIES.
soon as the by our batteries
spring opens and the frost i is ,' honor being
How oft it hath gathered renown, not with separate buildings but .
While those stars were reflected in rivers! of gore, ifice, with the usual gne single ed age. of the ground, put your fences in order. BY .JOE JMIU.KR. puted among the valiant soldiers, who cover _
; Whete the cross and the lion went down in the patio or court, an open just about the Plant no more ground than you can: well! If you have a lover, you must seek to attach them ; but it was necessary to suspend a pro.

w. And tho'few were the lights in the gloom oft hat hour' space The centre. broke out and cultivate to advantage. him to you a much a possible-for this pur. ceeding suggested by enthusiasm, inasmuchas
IQ Yet the hearts that were striking below, Cathedral occupies the site of the great went to the Never must plan early walks, for there
hire a man to do a piece of work pose you morning being a deep river intervening .
.lit Had Cod for their bulwark,and truth for their Idol templar of Montezuma. It is five hun Carter. pretty _
power the benefit of health forenoon the
". And theYltop'd not to number the foe. dred feet long four hundred you can do jourself.Every your ; excur. bayonets and spears, which are the _
by and I
hat twcntj curred, day has its appropriate duties-at. : sions, for the purpose of shopping ; afternoon arms mvt dreaded by
From where our green mountain tops blend with the wide. It would be superfluous to add anothe"to begun-the to them in 811cces ion. visits to all the Miss Smiths of your acquaintance in front, these th ct/pli enemy
advantages over _
[ the
"III.- And the giant St. Lawrence is rolled, which many have descriptions of this famous build gave three Keep no more stock than you can keep in and be always at home evenings ; 1 him could not b used, and all that could _
ing been b
for To t waves where balmy Hesperide* lie, all already published. Like the fight, order, and that of the best kind. that he can have no excuse to call elsewhere done was to exchange cannon leading
the .bota
Like the dream of some prophet of old other churches in Mexico, it is built in Boston was ; 'sever run in debt" without a reasonable require his attendance on all these occasions, to an useless effusion of blood, &.c., &c.4' .-

tta They conquer'd! and.dy ing,beo1\ ath'd to'our care, the Gothic style. The walls, of several feet could not of paying at the time agreed. a beau cannot be tied in too hard a knot. If Although the are superior in numbers
enemy _
Not this boundle s dominion alone, thickness, made unhewn
ait are stone and lime. them should be fortunate to have two lovers his
Qa But that banner, whose loveliness hallows the air quarters Remembr that economy and industry are you 1 as excellency General Mejia, and his slden .
Upon it
1edi And their motto of-"KANT m ONE." entering one apt to recall the wild remained till great pillars of the farmer's prosperity. you must exert al your arts to keep them have shed patriotic tears on seeing deep .
fictions of the Arabian Nights ; it seems as i if : Take which
some good family and strong prevents them from to .
We are many in one, while there glitters a star, he: wealth of newspaper, pay cutting pieces
'to [n the blue of the heavens above, empires was collected there.- Baylies, it in Advance. Also an agricultural paper. vie'v you must be peculiarly gracious to each the perfidious invader. General Arapu

tte- And tyrants shall quail 'mid their dungeons afar, The clergy in Mexico do not, for obvious reasons of Boston and Never carry your notes in your pocket when the other is absent-by judicious equi. dia, appointed Commander-in-chief by the supreme
When they gaze on that motto of love.It desire that their wealth should be made and of this balance,
I expected! l for the desk or trunk is a more appro. poise compensating you may goverment Is expected daily ; and
i shall gleam o'er the sea'mid the bolt of the storm, I known: to its full extent ; they are, therefore, ran down the place. keep them in order for a long tune, so that you then, numerous forces shall have jbe n

And Orer flame tempest were,our and guns battle with and their wreck thunder; not disposed to give very full information upon themselves in Keep them on file and in order,to be found may not only have "two strings to your bow," collected on the field of battle, the

(. warm. grown the subject, or to exhibit the gold and silver but exposed to wanted. but two ba one string. be taught what Mexican valor can enemy do wi

ode \ 'Neath the blood on the slippery deck. \'essels"ales, precious stones, and other -and it was Never buy any thing at auction because the If your admirers should become un. is to b proved that this magnanimous nation

;ca. The oppress'd of the earth to that standard shall flv. forms of wealth ; quite enough is exhibited to At twelve is going cheap, unless you have use ruly, treat him with disdain and indifference is not to be outraged with impunity." _
Wherever folds shall be strike the beholder with wonder. The first I If[ he should be much disaffected, the
btu its spread, the head of prove extent Fro the Vera Cruz Laeamotorf May 2. _
And the exile, shall feel 'tis his own native sky object that presents itselt'on entering the cathe. ed with ; it.Keep a place for tools and tools of your coldness by eating ice-cream with We learn
your your from
Mexico that the valiant
Where its stars shall float his
over head. dral is the altar near the centre of the build ed in their his rival.
s.her 1 And those stars shall increase till the bright places.Instead army of the north was its
fullne sof time continuing .
> it made of
Itdbet' Its millions cycles have run, ing; highly wrought and highly scarlet dresses spending a rainy day idle, repair If you have but one adorable, you can test lions to commence hostilities against prepara-the
Till the world shall have polished silver, and covered with a profusion holder. the thermometer of his admiration sending invader -
0. welecm'dthejr mission sublime wants mending, or rOt jour ac. General! Arista Mon.
4 of ornaments of pure gold. On each side of Bating the him on various little errands for you-for instance pawed through _
terey on the 14th ultimo. _
On his arrival
to : And the nations of earth shall be one. this altar runs a balustrade, enclosing a dear lap.dog Fide, in his at
space same lineage By driving your business bf.re, and not carry your the of the the command _
= encampment troops,
-110 Though the old Alleghany may tower to heavep, about eight feet wide and eighty! or a hun. same King, your business to you, you will arms to tho nearest wire worker, a mile off to of which has been intrusted to him it is be
dr'c to
bat And the father of waters divide, dred[ feet long. The balusters are about four were about to : opportunities to indulge the luxury ol je fitted with a basket muzzle- by require believed that, in of the instruction
The links of our destiny cannot be riven, feet high and four inches thick him Miss the milliner pursuance :
JI While the truth of tho!e words shall abide. in the largest tacle was not applied leisure. ng to stop at Gimp's, which he will have received from the
11. t Then, oh let them glow on each helmet and brand, part ; the handrail from six to eight inches but grand, Never trust your money in the hands of that and bring your new French bonnet and feath. government, he will have made his

Tho our blood like our rivers should run ; wide. Upon the top of this handrail, at the In three who will put his own at hazar. ers, which must be carried by hand, and disposition to dislodge douLte' from the

Divide as we may in our own native land, distance of six or eight feet apart, are human most terriffic When interest or debt pay it can't he shut up in a band-box." Care must which it occupies and enemy to which it has positions
To the rest of the world WE ARE ONE. images, beautifully wrought and about be taken not to heat and overload him with I.
two British were the time, whether your creditor wants it been impelled by the most instinctsof
Then up with our flag! let it stream on the air feet high. All of these, the balustrade, hand1 1 running with not. burdens, as even molasses will get sour ifferI I spoliation. The .hamefl the
Tho' our fathers are cold in their graves, rail and images, are made of a compound of the ask him wait till week mented and "worked." sanctity cause,
j to next
rom ships the
J had hands ibihty chiefs destined to command
They that could strike, they had soulsthat our
gold, silver and copper-more valuable than the land it. Never insult him Quarrel 1 often with your admirers ; it is so : I
could dare, I an pay by saying you irmy, and the valor and skill of our
4 And their born silver. I was told that an offer had been and it." is I elightful to kiss and make friends." When "eterans 4
sons were not to be slaves. 1 ers want Punctuality a key to ev ]render indubitable the triumph of in
Up op with that BA.IHHTEK,where'er it mav call, made to take this balustrade, and replace it 1 Boston and } man's chest. a lover pops the question, don't answer, but 1 the struggle." J

Our millions shall rally around with another of exactly the same size and 1 II'). were By constant temperance, habitual moderate faint immediately, in the most graceful man. _ -_ Ii 1!

And%Whe a nation its stars of FREEMEN shaft be'trailed that moment on the shall ground.fall workmanship of pure silver, and to give halfa I:be hill tops and strict honesty, you will avoid the I nor possible, it is by far the most lady-like GEN. THOMAS J. RCSK, SBXATOK FOX r14'ii

million of dollars besides. There is much 1:housands of the lawyer and the sheriff gain good 1 manner of transacting the business, besides, TEXAS.-General Rusk, the associate Senator ,

more of the same balustrade in other parts of !welling and probably add to your present ex. .you know, signifies consent.If of Gen. Sam. Houston, from the new State ; "

,I IrJJ 0 00\ Ib fia :M OHlJ the church ; I should think in all of it, not 1:jurst forth years of active life. your intended shoul tax you with your of Texas, is one of the very finest looking

toJd Jess than three hundred feet. 'led) and pre a friend calls to see you, treat him ]umerous flirtations, your reply be as silly men in the Senate. He stands full six feet ; .:

Recollections or Mexico. As you walk through the building, on eith.er The roar of the utmost complaisance, but if itnpor- ;u possible"a soft answer turneth away strong, sinewy frame ; well proportioned and :

.or BT WADDT THOMPSON. side, there are different apartments, all cad bodies- business calls your attention, politely ex. 'vrath." perpendicular. He is about forty-five
THE CITY OF MEXICO. filled from the floor to the ceiling with paint. ;houts and yourself. I your beau should be on thp wrong sidef of age. He is a South-Carolinian by bir

21 ; The city of Mexco is said to be the finest logs, statues, vases huge candlesticks, waiters .ounds and you think of building a house, be C) thirty, do not fail by frequent allusions to and education. He studied law in that Ste, .

Ido built city on the American continent. In and a thousand other articles, made of gold or nured to all in a hurry, but first have every material C:ld bachelors, a green old age, the venerable and in 1824 removed to Georgia, where, in 7

\ some respects, it certainly is so. In the principal silver. This, too, is only the every day dis. raught with the spot, and have your cellar a large as ppearance of revered years, &c., to apprise the course of a ten year's residence, in pre

.u. streets the houses are all constructed layment articles of least value ; the more ,vhich, until frme. him that you have a proper appreciation of the tice-the practice of law-he married. In

1 1It. cording to<< the strictest architectural rules.ac. costly are restored away in chests and closets. .)f a hostile a memorandum book-enter all notes J respect due to antiquated humanity-let no 1834 he removed to Nacogdoches, in Texas,

The foundations of the city were laid, and the- What must it he when all these are brought .('he graphic received or given-all monies receiv. 4)ccasion pass by, where you have an oppor. (the Red River country,) where he resumed

first buildings were erected by Cortes, who out, with the immense quantities of precious I cit the picture. ; paid out-all expenses-and all circum- 1 unity to enforce your views,this will give him. the practice of his profession. In the for
which the church is known ; high opinion of virtues, as old commands
stones to age
did well which he possess ho actors on : of importance. your tion of the Provisional Government Texas,
ia't. everything house attemptedfrom And this is only one of the churches of the city nirht; be December reckon and settle with all respect. If he should be under twen- in December, 1835, of which David G. Bur.

' aiding a or writing of a the couplet finest totonque of Mexico, where there are between sixty and vith the with whom you have accounts-pay -three you can affect to consider him a boy net was appointed President, Gen. Rusk
0- ing an empire. Many ighty others, and some of them possessing bills and .enquire whether he plays marbles now, and chosen of War. He w
buildiags in Mexico are still owned by his de- nent. shop your mecbanic.i proropt- Secretary was present,
little less wealth than the cathedral ; and it It was on I vhether*W 9V.hoon V AttW is M considered> ., ,.a healthy x. ,, ..jrame.Lit .. U.Werdant 2lsf l 36.' At this battle Gen. j
acendaats. The is said to bo | .vrwg J .p
t public square ,,?? oTOiiuary recKon wun yourself
! ..
must *! Wo Mmamlu.ro>!. 'K t .11 tk. r.lKar I.i_-u, ..... i u tJl but ) itoip
world contains youth cannot appreciate any com- wounded in the action and
unsurpassed by any in the ; k large cities, such as Puebla, Guadalajara, ,I f some honestly-bring into view all early ,
7Sly some twelve a fifteen acres paved with stone. Guanajuato, Zacatacas, Durango, San Louis, oom and credits, notes and accounts. Ascer. I)liment to his greenness. taken off the field,when Gen. Rusk and Maj.Wharton .
The cathedral covers one entire side, the palace the If you think there is the smallest particle ofove headed the charge the enemy's
It have each a proportionate number of equally Several of to what amount your expanses were upon
another ; the western side is occupied by gorgeous establishments. It would be the e-crossed the year, and the loss and gain-make out a in your amirr's bosom, if he cannot be entrenchments, and carried the day. Subse.

K row of very high and substantial houses, the wildest and most random conjecture to attemptan ame neck statement and enter the whole in a book nduced to by gentle means you can quent to this victory, General Rusk assumed

second stories of which project into the street estimation of the amount of the precious old General todie.'I the purpose. Icold a little, in order to make him flare up- the command of the army, on its Southward

the width of the pavement ; the lower storiesare metals thus withdrawn from the useful pur. ive. General arrived at this important knowledge nany spark has been blowed up" into quite march in the expulsion of the enemy. In the

'. occupied by the principal retail merchants J poses of the currency of the world, and waMed ,rorite with the la\ing imitate.the prudent traveller who al. 1 vigorous flame Summer of '45 be was chosen President of a
Tie) of these houses were wi If you have a new adorer, try and find out Convention called for the consideration of the
of the city. most in these barbaric ornaments, as incompatible nents on his keeps in view the place where he is next -
'F.r with his chacteristic 1 hat he is worth-if he's rich,encourage him ; resolutions annexation the United
built by Cortes, who, sa. with good taste as they are with the humility )fien came move. You now look forvard and proposed by
)0 and avarice which equally char wi f his money sack is empty, give him the bag States and the State the
gicity, an which the most striking feature in the in you best meet having accepted
was hen we way shal "
,r.; acterized him in the latter part of his life, selected baracter of the founder of our religion, whose r'ut-a the business of ensuing sea. o hold. If he should be rich in wealth,you terms, and having adopted an acceptable con

. the better portion of the city for himself. chosen instruments were the lowly and hum. he whole prosecute xill find it a sovereign balm, and you cannote having been amite into the
.. President's formerly the palace shall dollar-out, but if his empty purse is a full family with the clear a legiti.
The palace, bit!, and who himself regarded as the highest "After the lastly, when the frost of winter certificte
. lie assured that his.affecons
'ofthe viceroys is an immense building three evidence of his divine mission, the fact that olleges. arrested your out.door labors, and the ()f holes as a "seive, mate daughter Gen. Rusk was elected one of
l stories about five hundred feet in length.and let t will not hold water. the Senators to the new common
high, 66 to the poor the gosj el was preached. Ido ree quarters, Last shall storm your dwelling, St. Louis Reveille. represent :
three hundred and fifty wide : it standson not doubt} but there is enough of the precious pt to require be for yourself and your wife, and [ wealth at Washington. Gen. Rook i a man C

\ the site of the palace of Montezuma. It metals in the different churches of Mexi- ;oon devised to children, the happiest spot on earth ;- SHAVING A NOTE of family, and of considerable property. He
ia difficult to conceive of so much stone and the well the short is a cotton planter of the Red River country.
co to relieve sensibly the pressure upon ad been well ; let the long evenings, as as Old Skinflint was the most celebrated bro
mortar being put together in a less tasteful currency of the world, which has resulted ood writers, be appropriated to the mutual prl'para'i! ker in Philadelphia-his"shaving"- operations His residence is at Nacogdoches. His history

and imposing shape ; it has much more the from the diminished productions of the mines, ithmetic. for that" spring," which sooner were famous, as he generally took off not only is more like a chapter of the Arabian

appearance of a cotton factory or a penitentiary and the increased quantity which has been "They were shall open in freshness to those who I I and whiskers, but "a pound of flesh" Knights than of an American politician.

than what it really is ; the windows are appropriated to purposes of luxury, and topay )anies as done justly, loved mercy, and walked j bear Young Harry Scarum was one THE CLIMAX.-At the conclusion of the

small, and a parapet(wall runs the whole the cost of much more tasteful decorations lajor Russsel, before God." of those dashing chaps who love wine and American revolution, Dr. Franklin, the English .

length of jhe building, with nothing to relie'ethe in architectuie and statuary, made of Mahogny :ompany of horses, and who form the majority of the great Ambassador, and the French Minister, -

monotony of its appearance, except some and Marble.: y Captain SPECTRAL lLLCSI S. army of borrowers. Harry, having wants, on Vergennes, dining! together at Versies a
work in the
very indifferent ornamented ceo- But the immense wealth which is thus col. jcneral. officer in the Duke of Marlborough's various occasions borrowed of Skinfnt at toast from each was called for agreed .

tre ; there are no doors in the front either of lected in the churches, is not by any means all, t roops on named Prondergast, mentioned to many I three per cent. a month "of"-and having, The British minister began with : .

the second or third 'Stories-nothing but dis- or even the largest portion of the wealth ofthe ,vas in friends that he should die on a particu. : at sundry periods, made raises," paid off hisreponsibilities. GE.BGK III-who, like the Sun in his meridian

proportionably small windows, and too many Mexican church and clergy. They own t he ensuing day. Upon thatday a battle took place I At last he got tired of such spreads a lustre throughout and enlightens .

them; the three doors, and there are onlyree very many of the fiest houses in Mexico and f rOQt the the French, and after it was over and constant borrowing and repaying. It would the world.

in the lower story, are destitue of all other cities, (the rents of which must be enormous I y provisions of was still alive, his brother officers, be six years before his estates could be sold, The French minister with

architectural beauty or ornament. Only avery ,) besides valuable real estates all over 'with me, and I they were yet in the fieldjestingly asked under the terms of his father's will, who had THE ILLUSTRIOUS Locis XIV-who, liko

small part of this palace is appropriatedto the Republic. Almost every penon leaves a ad just where was his prophecy. Pondergast prudently postponed that event until Harry the Moon, sheds his mid and benign rays on

the residence of the President ; and the bequest in his will for masses for his soul, I ot seen or replied, I shall die yet, notwithstan- would reach the age of thirty," and Harry and influences the globe.

public officers are here, including those of the which constitute an incumbra'hce upon the ril. He was I what you see." Soon afterwards there concluded it would be better to make a heavy Our American Franklin then gave

I beads of the different departments ; ministers estate ; and thus, nearly all the estates of the vas about to I a shot from a French battery, to which operation at dhce, and be rid of the bother of GEORGE WASHINGTON, Commander of the

of war, foreign relations, finance and justice, small proprietors are mortgaged to the church. )>ne of the orders for a cessation of arms had not yet continual browing. Away to Skinflint he American Army-who, like Joshua old

the public treasury, &c, &c. The property held by: the church in mortmain t hat boy, sir," and he was killed upon the spot. hied, procure a good round sum I commanded the Sun and Moon to o ,

The streets of Mexico are uncommonly is estimated at fifly millions. \tn explanation In 1811," writes Lord Byron, in a letter and be done with it and they obeyed him.

wide, much more so than is necessary, con. X paired to Murray, my old school and former I want ten thousand for six years."
I aidering that they are not obstructed as in our Tat WIFE.-How is it that neighbor when B-he i ntercession of the Irish secretary, told me he saw Hem I what security will you give t" THE RB AST.-The little Red Ant, \"her

cities, by drays and wagons. The side walksare succeeds to well? He had is nothing rich. What isthe cleased him, in pt street. I was then in Turkey. Ob,you may have my bond-that will bind he is disposed to mae himselffamiliar, is ono
The streets are started in life, and now of the that afflict house
uncommonly narrow. C:harge from his or two afterwards, he pointed out to his my property. greatest pests a
I with round stone the side-walks with secret of his success? We'll tell you.He hold. He is always on hand : in the
paved ; wife. y soldier. On a person across the way. and said, Hem what discount will you give ? You sugar
very rough fiat ones. The houses on the [ has got a prudent and into an the industrious house i is taken I urn to \ I is a man I took for Byron." His know my rule is, always to take the discount 'bowl ; makes the preserve di a sort of every

principal streets are all two and three stories What Mr. B. carries value of ice to Isaiah answered, Why it is Byron, and no "off"-besides, you owe me a thousand due I day lounge ; and i a pie is set away

high. The elevation of the rooms, from the care of; and not an article to the is a ,ookseller, else.. I was at this time wenjto write my to-day, and I lent you "a ten" in the street :any where for an extra occasion, this little

V'I. fioor to the ceiling eighteen and twerity feet, farthing is wasted. The children's clothing :Master in the Palace book. I was then ill of a the other day." fellow is sure to find it At and keep

gives to a house of two stories a greater height usually made from that which is partly wife worn aDd, 'p. His fever. If I had died here would have "I won't pay what I've been payin one 1 there. Several modes are g

than we are accustomed to see in houses of and the work done by the industrious like I ail father, and a ghost story." and a quarter per cent. a month enouh.-I drive him away. One is to strew sage leaves

three. The roofs Are all terraced and have mother. Go into her house when.you >cbool in which A farmer, of Teviotdale, riding home in You may take it "off" and take out about the cubboard; another, to use cedar

parapet walls of three or four feet high, an. and you will find her busy. Unlikfrroany we I o profit. He 1 gloom of the evening, saw, on the wall of owe you besides." boughs instead, and a later one is to guard
time attending
Bering all the purposes of a breast work, ala know, she never wastes her of ighest ( a pale form throwing about her Hem well, here's a bond for $10,000 at :any particular treasure with common salt.-
made of them in the frequent alls or parties of pleasure, which are nose For instance the New York Farmer and
too commonly of I)rinting office and moving and chattering to-the moon. six yean-sign it, and it'l b a right. says
is the secret neighbor
which that unfortunate or profit. This Mechanic if safe is be
revolutions to ere not a little terror, he spurred his Lone, No sooner said than Harry affixedhis a or cupboard to kept
country seems for ever destined. The walls B'.. success-a good wife. This explains he passed the phantom it dropped from autograph,and hummed a tune,whilst Skin. I from them, set it from the walls, so as to touch .

are built of rough stone of all shapes and sizes Young men who are looking for compan.if I Ithey ecame a perch a and, like Tam O'Shanter's Nannie, flint got out his check-book, and made a cal. nothing literally ; then place a cup contain

and large quantities of lime mortar. They ions, should be particular in their choice, nd very few itself on the croup of his saddle, and culation. ing salt, under each leg, 1 a to oblige the ''

are very thick, in ordinary buildings from two wish to succeed througbfiife. Some voice per. :njoyed as fled him tightly round the waist with arms Have you got ten dollars about you 1" said anma.to travel through it. They will not
to three feet, and in large edifices of much sons are carried away with a without, a 1 ave all icy coldness. He arrived at home, and he, in a moment; if so, let me have it." I .-Prairie Farmer.

greater massiveness. The foundations of most pretty ball room dancer, a lazy flirt, This I Iis ive in such thrill horror excaime take off the "All right my old boy," said Harry, sup. -

<*" the largest buildings are made with piles. inquiring into her domestic qualities. I K> were !In and was crried to,bed.- posing he wanted it to make change,"- FLORIDA TCKPBSTINE.-We had ycster.
Even these foundations are very insecure, 1 the reason why so many young Their men household I lizard yg of what was the phanton ? A maniac wid- here it is." day the ati.racioof beholding the first in

lAd it U surprising that they are not more to, DO better,and become bankrupt. on her distracted pilgrimage to the grave Hem hem !I" sid Skinflint, locking up stalment turpentine destined for export from
than their income.A
with such an immense weight of stone upon expenses are more kind-ofproperty. Cmuous her husband, for whom she had mistaken his desk, and making preparations "to shoot." East Florida, since its session by UM British
is the
such: aa unsteady foundation. The streets lazy fashionable wife poorest ill-fated fanner." Stop, old fellow!I" said Harry, "wher'. Government to Spain. Mr., T.O.Hou
the do to benefit her I act season, from this
What can hundred _
en* each the club 1" ha shipped one bl
other at right angles, dividing bread mend the Presidentof a literary at Ply. my money
his t
I ok city into squares. Each one of these husband? She will wuh not bake his clothes. A, girl ,ing vaggish grass boys being very ill during its session, the **Your money! ohl! why, yu've g it." place to &vanna on a ofCap l/Eir.'what _

qoans U called a street, and bas a separate hit stocking or consider. tad cut down of respect, was left vant. While Got it 1 what do you au a a .
the kitchen at I o from the St. John's
in hearafter U
**.; ssrious inconvenience to a stranger must be employed it taken care of whileeverythiii ,went into his were sitting, his apparition,' in a white Why, I was to take off the discount, wn'tI river.may We understand expected that this gentleman

It die city. Instead designating the street able expense. Nothing ? iwathes glided in and took formal possession of and the thousand t" two thousand bar-
ia Its whole extent, by one name, and num."Jog runs to and waste.when look out for i be potatoes chair. His face was pale and cadevorous; "Yes b I want my mono* eJp the season over, and from what ,
this you it. Ten w
the'houses; each side of every square Remember wash and,knit as 'chert the boy bowed in silence t the company; carried Why, my dear fellow,you in got his successful experiment will be

*u difereat! IWD6aAdlWDea, which sound welliudngandlance.that can But all means be. i hey were all empty glass to his lips,and solemnly rtir. thousand at one and a quarter a mouth, for six can lea next by nnoierousv.inafviamis .

*.ftrtestant earl, very much like a violation by her would seem to [ went .to the house,.and learned yen. nine tan and ten-t you who up wior.enterriseiLPJeast, _
*<* Tkivd JLrticle of tU such ware or the female who baa only ,given / rent, was owed. paid ie all possess w.
Decalogue ; &CCOmpliJhmentLUl.- i in the tops, and just expired T.arge meand jul less confidence Cape L'Etoiw .. I : ,
thieetcJesu$, and the street oi the attention to the latter 'the will'fWD'you. log a crop the a art, nurse confess right my dear boy-.a fair 1 transac ran & Nei.".

:(JuL. A gentleman Trill tell you that ess' your pone hat no bottom, the; topsfrgin o pod b that she had fallen asleep, l i Revnttc. '
1 lives '
ln the Holy pliost, or that he live*in '?



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e4 1'; IU llnmorOIn })um ti: Prmaiula DtiiMiiit, Ju of
Army Occupation.The
WEST of mischief of Florida roust rally with
the N. O. Tropic, WB find a very irter.I Democratic ITIccling. racy renewed eiwrgy inj
JUtunoros May 28. 1&16.Cdl. ) army of invasion" would be a better desig the defence of their

I eating letter, dated the 23th, from this city.- At a meeting of the Democratic party of Th'ig'i head Quartert-Mexlcan Taen.r nation of the force under Gen. Tavlor as the Amer. Extraeliftcma despatch from General Taylor ; of vigor member to to represent this principles.State in the The next election Congres

.. 4 It will be of much interest to the reader. Escambia: county, held on Saturday evening, ,.\ Drc3t-ltrlreat of the Mtzico.ni tfad, lean troops have crossed the Rio Grande,and are now dated Mutamoroi.MayM I, 1846. of the United States i* at hand, and possible-

They [the people of Matamoros] are a hap. the 13th iast., for the purpose of se.ectingdelogilcs -Aiuta't Fate-..Mrtiean Cruel .- in possession of the territory of the enemy. But as Our future movements must depend in a great yea probable, contingence* are involved which will
has credit under its title it will
.cpecdaIkMt-fait Sag the army gained own which the Rio Grande is election
to said county in the State Mail Bag degree, on the extent to invest this with an importance equalled but
whose aim to I b,' to icpresent has done
simple people, seems be well to kern this nomenclature until it
py bo held at the Suwannee -L"nortunttr.Uitat.I navigable for steamboats and I fear that my expectations once before in the annals of our history. Hence the
.- make provision fur to-day, leaving to-morrow Convention to greater things under its new one. will not be realized.- where
for write from Col Twigsf's head quartera. Perhaps in this particular anxiety every manifested by each of the great
to look out for itself! Al along the road they Springs, on the 2d Monday in July next, a (1ecnption of the scene before me will be characteristic We understand that the next demonstration of Though, at times:, navigable a* high as Camargo or antagonist parties to bring to bear on this election

were found waiting milk, a sort of bread ;the purpose' of nominating a candidate to be of every thing ahout me. A double tent hai- Gen Taylor will be upon the city of Monlerey.-and even Mier, it i is doubtful whether a boat can now be their united strength and influence. Are we prepared
the of Florida at the the shade cia mall This place ill about 90 leagues from M otamorns. than Reinosa. Indeed the Neva," the ? Are united
cheese 01! supported by Democracy inz a hall between, repcxmsj in pushed higher for contest w e on those great
which call toriilhas po'onci difficult road through
they ill approached by a running
npproacbing Congressional election, Hon. willow, i j The governor's house. It is situated on wMch u in the river, and accompanied the expedition principles that have given character to our party tod
maple sugar, and a sort of liquor reenIiIin : ;: Walker: An,lerson \\a called to the chair, the b. uk of the Rio Grande. above the town of Matamoros arid and ill-watered of country.New Leon It is and the commandsthe principalcity under Ceneral Smith, has not jet reached this success to our effort? And have we determined,in
of the ,
looks and taste San Croix rum. We ;pm and on the same side of the river; just n province the of place, though hourly expected. C SS view of the necessity that exists,to surrender, if necessary
them liberally for all we obtained, whkh. to ai.d J. A. Baughey}' appointed Secretary. front me i!a 1m al group of tents, which upon en- entrance of the the table lands of Sierra, or Madre interior S S S I shall lose no time in ascertaining to success personal preferences and individual

t On taking the chair Mr. Anderson exp'ainfd I jnirj id the quarter of the Commandina; Mexico through passes the practicability of the river for steamboats, partialities, arid unite "might om/mcm'cn the
them, must have presented a strong contrast <> To make the operations of the army upon Monterev -
aildevastation the object for which the meeting was call JJhiel,." A number ol baggage wagons are scattered if certain, General and shall occupy Reinosa, and such other points as a most available man,and the moat practicable aeutt
who dismj more secure
the Mexican spread
soldiery, 'joutl h enecii! \\hichcan be seen innumerable teats, boat may be able to reach. of success II so, the triumph of our principles u
ed in able! and addres. the of Cam about
( ,
an lor tow
appropriate a r
Taj designs occupying n go .
among their own people where*ci in the front of which are sentinelssome looking like Matamoros. To do I his AH the cavalry (regular and irregular) of the army certain With evidence before A of the fact, that
Hon. Dillon Jordan then addressed tho meet 250 miles, by water, above
they go. It seems to have been the desire ot .tatnc-J, others representing a pictaresuue e'4e upon} it for him to have transport of under command of Lieut. Col. Garland is in the political sentiment of Florida is democratic,the

man in our ranks to make the line of nag in : short speech, replete with argument their muskets. The braveColontl is before me; he securely draft suitable is necessary to the navigation of the Rio Grande. pursuit of the retreating army to harrass its rear, question arises as to how it came to pass that our
every .Id zeal favoring the for which the -haired, ly stout,and a perfect milittrv a and capture prisoners and bag age. We have o authentic seriously endangered at last election.
between American and Mexican soldiers object is a gr disparity: meeting had d and concluded by lo'kin"; man. I lace is ilmost rtn .red with be first made the depot intelligence from the lieutenant colonel since It was not that our principle become lets
and the .)J effects nS'Cmhll of Monterey, and this point must -
as palpable as possible, go tremendous whisker*, joined together by a mU'tachf ofsustainieg hi, departure. Deserters are, however, coming in dear to the people, or that whiggery had improvedin
and resolutions of and entrenched in style capable
ring a preamble expietsive iupplies a
if immdiatdJ! developed ; and like old Blu- from the Mexicans -
of such conduct, not that looks exceedingly fierce ery its political aspect, and he deceives himself[ most
will, in the course of tim, he mi J,. of the sense of the meeting.Ce cher. There has:j'Ht stopped in his presence three a seme. Gen. learn tot Lieut. Col Wilson's battalion, 1st infantry, with sadly who lays the flattering unction unto his soul.A .
of we ,
It the Taylor, as
Oar march ,' heavy : >!. J. H. CuHpbtI, next ueldiesised thrtlCelIiig .r f..ur 'Mrxican I who me just from .Monterey, but the want .f some 200 volunteers, was at Barita em Jhe 17th, and solution of this mysterious question is presented
wi very par. b Monterey by the first ot July ; e
apparent. lalfttI'w*. They are dressed in large hal since been reinforced by Gen Smith, with aoout
and f vor, the 11f in the fact, that we lacked concert and harmony
ai'I! urging elnq-ience riljn has
the I the Bariu*, 'iie transport hcOI'ey his stores to Camargo, compiled !
ticularly day we l cloth and This column
f :, hats covered with >:hze ormmsnted 700 Louisiana volunteers is orderedto ourselves, growing out of dissensions to
of and concert of action ,tmell the enem'scountry amongst
of our young man were very nnch u-e 1 u;>.- iieCP5it'. unanimity In bands: of mot tremendous size, and sib.] him to deb further progress; n move up the right bank of the river, and I look the proper course of policy to be punned in carry

Two from company A wer so much aflVt" oipa; I ht. Democracy of Florida.O 'er" fixe on the sid. that. resemble I the knob ot situated tia l this the deficiency Rio Grande is removed.and Camargo admirable is- hourlv fr r its arrival. ing out a principle on which all were agreed. A
motion of Col. Campbell the preamble! 11 ioncd bureau. Their waists are encircled upon[ pn-sentsan A large amount of public stores,chiefly! ordnance
by the sun to bu unab'e! to p"" 'f) f.t found. for display the interior, and variety of causes sprang up about that time,and most
10rhn' t at the house of a .in 1 resolutions! preiinu-ly! introduced! I Ifon. whit! gay belts, and th.'ir p in ta loons tanned deer ion a is upon about has been found concealed in this tow n. We are gradually harmoniously combined to confuse up the public
ceed at stopped ) from Camargo to Monterey ) leagues, or
furher, s\in-t, and on tho outside scam from the hip recovering it from the places where it was hid
open mind though
effecting principle
none ,
l D. taken and .
were I between that town
miles. The
received tho utmost kmJ Jur.bl up 120 cou'itry Ivmg
Mexican where unarlmotsl. linen drawers altogeth
white hundred
they d."\; e'.sifl their ; den. Two piecesseveral muskets amongst which stood conspicuously the mode by
\ ness and attention during the night, anJ ucn' adopted: \iz: ,Ihey are *cry Mexird- and \'rry piclnrcslue.Their" ; and Monterey is more fertile than that between Mat and 200 shells are among the articles recovered." which our last nomination was made, it not having

furnished horses in the morning to catch up WHERE, i has been proposed by the I plunder" for this is the word that suits theca amoros aid Montere\ consequently i it is altogether sprung directly from the body of the party in con
bettrr for from
with Democratic party of Florida, that : Coni'en. ; exactly, for it is pn-sumiMc th-y stole their than army from to Matamoros proceed Camargo upon HEADQUARTERS ARMY or OCCUPATION, ) vention assembled. It remains, therefore, for us to
us. rots'!;, consists of finely tinn It about ten o'clock in the morning tion, composed of delegates from every coun. lojded 1 With a view ol expediting the march of the army. secure a point at this time which a want of tim.
was iloons with
the of Matnias.: tv in the State lie held at the Suwannee nimfnted coats and pint: hair.. bridle Capt. Sanders, who has distinguished himself in the SIR : I have to report the arrival this day of Gen. and the peculiar circumstances of the case forbid as
when we reached town silver and halters of horse
Smith with battalion of the the
the 1st
infantry, last
idnurable defences he has constructed about Point doing veir.
different f-om th",ewe firing. on the 2J ( in July next, for Col Twi seeiiis to bo very little disposed to
on.Jy g
tho' its white buildings so f Isabel his been despatched to this city to procure Washington regiment of Louisiana volunteers, and The democratic party are jealous of their rights ;
passed on the route, had attracted the eye I the purpose of choosing a to be supported purchase u.oods from the Mexicans immense but much disp. the necessary tranport lie is now in the city ofXew a company of volunteers from Mobile. Anether regiment they recognize no power, no authority, but such as
by the democratic at the nexttongressioiiil set! to gain inlormationn of Louisiana volunteers is belowand will originates with the and when the
people steps
probably proper
Ions before that time. There wa i h.'mfthinfar party ( result of which' follows Orleans but will proceed up the river immediately -
the n as
Spanish eoinz on, :
the than the : election ; and whereas, we believe to supply the deficiency in transports which arrive this evening or to-morrow. This com have been taken to embody their sentiment,and give
mora attractive to eye "llitt The flying Mexicans are |irojri-ssing towards ftfon-
has here leave From the mouth of mand was ornpJnied from the mouh cf the river it fair expression in bringing out a candidate for their
that such a convention i i. the best means: purchases may
buildings of the town, something:to awaken a tere>' ; "sevendays ago they were forty leagu.-s from the Rio Grande Mafamoros vessels I drawing four by the steamboat Neva, which succeeded without suffrages they wilt surrender any personal prefer- J
whole 1 of asrcrtaining the wishes (, majority of the this place" Amp idu, s o (tie 11ical'heard, lad I .
thrill of pleasure in the breast of the fa feet water can run without obstruction: above that difficulty in reaching this place. ences and private friendships that may be necessary j

.. regiment, the Stripes and Stars were mystically democratic party of the State as to who that gained the a "endancj in the army, and efort hd \rsta point up to Camargo there are not more than three Lieut. Col Garland returned on the 22d from his I to secure success, and go with unbroken front and *

in the breeze from the higher 1 candidate shall be ; and whereas, we believes as a prisoner. This was Ampnrla's from (he feet water in many places Steamers of the proper expedition in pursuit of the retreating auny. He unabated ardor to the standard of their party. How
floating instant he reached M.tamlroi. the hal II of be in suflieient numbers hereto succeeded in capturing small rear party, after a trifling then is harmony to be effected,and how are we to be
that such mode of
point in Matamaros, and between the river and a selecting a candidate: is the 9th, he being the first man to leave the t halt!: draft can scarcely the got of invading army, and skirmish in the night in which a man and unfortunately brought together again in trfot state of fraternal

the town, hundreds and hundreds of white tents 'better calculated than any other, to promote field in retreat and before any one arrive at t his therefore answer Capt purposes Sanders will an go West to find them. a woman, were killed on the Mexican i union of fellowship which -has given us victory ohj

were pitched in such admirable order as to in. harmony of feeling and insure conceit of ac- quick hctls, reported that Arista had the Before reachms Camargo the arm will have to side, and two men slightly wounded on our own.- j ,) many well-contested fields? We answer by Convention
army to the .\men.ans. This report he spread along He pursued the route of the for miles that old tried and time.loonoredmeans first
duce the beholder to think it a town. (lint). and to concentrate the entire strength take the town of Reynosa, which is between Mala- army sixty ,
great and doubt the
the road toward no
Monterey troopshave and then returned his instructions.- fathers of the revolu-
hmve'er.tltt agreeably to resorted to by our war-worn \
As we entcre the town at the east end. of the party in support of such candidate : gladl taken advantage of such an ilEa, to sate mores and defence Camargo will be It made is not of expected such tillages.G The scarcity of water and condition of his horses lion : the first thing they done after rescuing them- f

thousand people sallied out from their houses Therefore, themselves: from the shame ot d,'feat. After sixtj any.Taylor now to be Monterey as soon made it useless! to proceed farther. selves from the foul grasp of tyranny was to call a
I Itr it resolced, Tint we the milts inland si\s one (the Mexican, plenty of designs I would respectfully solicit instructions to the Convention which our whig
to look upon in, hose looks more bespoke npprof c in July as possible At that plare it is believed, the *s Cortbentton-yes a
Convention be held the corn can h b,found in the countrv on the road to \fon- disposition to be made of certain capturedin friends and he of the Sentinel affects such holy horror
t at property
welcome to their own than to that of pre'posed j ::iwan- Mexicans will make a stubborn stand if at all during
a army million if wartcd.Wil .
t to U-eJ a the of Gen .Arista. A pavilion and for the of consulting together and
rla.r camp several now, purpose
dooror nee Springs on the 2J :Monday in July next. the war If the troop under Gen Tabor occupvMonterev.
the At a half opened the Mexican back Iere askcil!
in\der& many am' the, whole Mexico this side! the Serra prcces of massive phte, among the articles. His adopting that great chart under which our country
window was to be seen the head of a Sena- lie further resolved, That we will! app[ :intcwo CuI : II would make the fortune of an ac 'o1.1re:111! : be ri the of I the United States, clothing, and other property, purely personal, have his steadily marched to its present state of prospentv -
al. delegates to tho Es- if he could imitate the i-\t>re>si">n and action ot possession been in this with view of being I that objections
ra, whose timidity or inodeMy, (albeit they represent county (1 tl including the n mmg distucts of New Leon, New deposited city a returned and greatness. am aware are
e t'.irbaJe: their cam'i.a' : therein. Ihl Mexican! in his n-plvot.\1>! ntrtrrroirfbutl. I This cilnilition to him. I wou'd suggest that the pavilion urged, with some degree of plausibility to Convention
low so little to the Mexican) e. Mexico, Santi Fe, Chihuahui &c., &c. -
Be Thy mot away to oIKr tllfir goods! elsewhere whrnanc.t idea that the I be sent to Washington, to be disposed cf as the President *, and that our whiz friends most unselfcsAlyareseeking
further That in of the based somewhat the
of these case is
merging into the fclreeU. Some women rtsoll'd .er Mexican !.rt'sert" him'-lf with a clay j-r, upon i may direct. now to invest this great democratic institution

are indeed beautiful J, I though a great ma. mibi'ity' '! of the' said elele' ites to attend said shaped! exactU like thi .t found in the grave t! the United river Stiles will the order Northern an expedition provinces from. If the this Missouri be 'I' The recovery of ordnance and other public stores springing from the sages of the revolution,with

0 joritv are i indolent, slovenly! and destitutes of that; (O\'CUti'I, they are hereby authorized to appoint .in"ient M xica:i*, only of a more rude stile of potttry. I done the whole upon of North Mexico will b' in our pos- still continues here. Two pieces of cannon have odium, but these objections are not fundamental in

female delicacy which characterizes our ovv:i substitutes to act in their stead. : I 50-5.15:1. Such a deposition of the forces of the Uni- been taken from the river, and small arms in consid- their nature : they are only the abuses to which all
1 he mtralr of the report of the latent ntws from numbers have been taken in the and conventional
j erable town. deliberative bodies, legislative are
dress is W.itl'! Whereupon the nominated anti tot States would end the war at once Cut if did
:is. meeting
Tht.ir common a in is
women. th Paredes the
'tteieo at
the iat'rio r of h. it not i
I am, sir, re"i>ectfully. actuated by selfish or ambitious
I j very suhjert. Designing men
lin skirt, tied quite loosely' around t'if! I h., lv. appointed Wm. II. Gordon; and J. A. Bal hpy head (>f an army approaching; this plt'e, and that ': not South, our Mexico army,would and the hold gates the.key f the to capitol the whole would'>f Your obedient servant views, may, to some extent, contravene the

without any bodies : their chemise b.'ing tIr as ilelogites: to said Convention, under the \npii.lia is not, a* has bee'i reported. one hundred iieakins in a military sense, be in the possession of Z TAYLOR wish of the people ; may give improper bias to the

t only! covering for the breast, in \v.i.'h they ();Lviiion'i of the second resolution.: miles.from fore ..trlchfd : the contrarj.hcis Gen Tavlor. Brevet Brig. Gen U. S. A. Com'g expression of the people's sentiment through their
() mo'ion! of Co J. H. fhi'igmto the interior. and will most likely paraIt The ADJUTANT GENER. t.f the Army, I agents; but this U only an abuse, and by no means a
did i Campbell
their and I not ,
cro s. bee ; .
wear jewelry ze the peopl as h pro n".ps. by the news of the Washington C. We have no institution, how
one pair of stockings in all the town. Frofl Ilcsolvrd. That proceedings of tlii. defeat: of '.ti grand army.of the Mexican natnn." The M.'xican Government is forced to adopt them ------ ever necessary carefully sequence.guarded, which is not subject to abusein

this style of dressing you will (lifer that pride meeting bo published in the Florida Democrat, These I"ict': wi-nt, info bittle with a hordj of She t has luinous forced' expedients about two to millions cirry on of dollars the war.-from Oregon.The some shape or other; and if we reject every institution

Journal and Floridian. u" lid soldiery in thcirrear, who bath the prospect L'nited'States Gazette gives the interesting and heretofore adopted for the
following -
of dress gives way to comfort and ea< c. and CJthr the church," and is now endeavoring to raise every mean
Oa motion the i of plunder held out to them a* a reward fo their services synopsis of Mr Benton's closing speech : purpose of carrying out our social organizations,
that, too, in a greater degree, than 1 think meeting adjn'lr"fJ Anita's aidCapt. NagueettoohtlCob. Twigsjs the "ind" in England. The Journal of Commerce shall find
which have been the subjects of abu e. we
lie and rather
: the largest liberty would warrant them in indulging WALKER A Ch'n.J. that these unpaid l'liorv plundered their own deadafter sats' :- gave a glowing minute description ourselves at resolved into our original elements,
the 'th of March last of that: country describing some portions ol it once
Bv decree of ;
signed by
.1 in. I went into a house )'ei>lerda.) A. U'GICSec')'. the batl.I the Mil The throat of our dragoons President. Paredes.a new national consolidated fund rather as a fairy land than a land of realities. He and de titute of a single public guarantee of individual -

by an old man"and two ----- fell in til hattie, were all cut after tlnjwere ol the rich and silubnous Walhamette 'rights. As perfection is unattainable on earth,
spoke 'alley.of
evening occupied is created of the value of J.1Ii.jO/JlJI l ; ) sterling,
Fiom the Ptnsaeola Democrat dpad. and otherwise mutilated: in their bodies
1 I June 12. it is but the ot prudence to adopt the most
of En.I the delicious jllevs I-tween the Blue and part
both the viz .nfIJO. Rocky
daughters, speaking a sufficiency Lieut and For the for pavruerit ol\ "S ti.ciu stipulated, : .
Inje stripped
Democratic > the attainment of desired end -
?Irt tiii Oulilale.I for
\8 and ." Mexico Mountains,of the beautiful and natural peaks in the means any
After seated dollars annum > cent interest
be per
to being per
gush a ciu-jpof
undertoo. ; hum.nilyn' r.l.lf ;IJnt Inf mountains of the covered with and We now, as a party desire to ascertain the wishes
A Democratic ,
plains high
meeting was at Milton his pled-res her entire revenue in general, and the tobacco grass
dead when these to
.L few moments of the daughter went bt.J was imlignities were whole to who shall be our candidate
< \ wild horses which would travel 80 miles and of I he partY, as a as
a day
particular It that the has
the 2J nist. L. N. E revenue in
: Amos wsch- remains Military officers of an are respnnsi. appears
the bed and to must Oi : 'lr. army for How is this to be done? Some
to brought me a lovely live that He also of the luxurious Congress.
which interest upon
large 1ia35ietlebt, on no is payable grass.
chairman and Cobb blc for the conduct of their men, and those f.f Mexico -
SMI Benjamin Conventions o'n"account of
E.qr. to
f and interesting child, as white aliiv,.t us an deserve the execration of civilized nali.ln. till 1M7, (nest sear) and that even on her active grape vines that every where abeunded He democrats are opposed

of our own people. She informed m contempt which has heretofore been the
"b'cn lion. ) Jordan every river from and including its mouth to the Rocky I discard this means,
explain" wiscillcd are die The decree allows the holder of her artivt up
h Mtaliti" It > thoe Mexicans I *
; t1 tjm
married about two t ui an >s s I.
was : \frl forv l sub-
years ago h resorted trust bring a
j = I : Mour.t.iio.. lIe scouted the idea that this rihf .. > one tf, they
tein : clii.i! ; il.-St t.-r-ceivt n w bind at for the amou: -=
to auJ :
;'yririiy t..f ilr. Amos t i jut tl t d pH
11 civilization I
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4'S prisoner, and that he had been killed ulm&t j took the Ibor and h..t j"runH. : simple If"'t'lti I of the interest elu ', and of the passive debt to commute i not navigable-said there were but two falls in it "titute less obnoxious to the same charge. J* lor. She in the ;introduced the followingpreiuiMe the first the bead \f have a candidate, and he must be the crahdate! of
fighting under Gen. Ta) spoke the some fr new stock at the rate of forty was at tide v\ater, which at high
A dar : mail-ruler's horse from
I or two since, t tie
i and iesoutionslk : I water hidden the smooth- the party. and we must adopt some m ans By which
; 'J 1 J cents on a doilar. The p 'Jive debt amounts to was entirely river running
'. \ .c ac. I \ of- :1 ;. ortrn.r. .!. ,}> {i .I.Jn '!,., I... Point Isabel came into the camp: on the east side ffreaiie1JI jC I I/'JVXXJ, which, at 40' per cent, would b< re- ly over them. The othei falls were a hundred and we can ascertain the sentiments cf the party on this
.- ly Creature, and I think to our cause. I niotiy keliiig and concert ol action sliouMpr n-r.f/owen'; / "'Vrro/.fav'llapf/ : C-VB.! 5 I 0 .-' ..J f., s.j\i vn Pity ni't.os! '>;> *' ,*>.. tn..t r>* th.. mnnnt....., and were *abect| If a portion cf the citizens assemble at
Matamoros is a much handsomer pace! than <'*'ail in (the d110Cralic putCf Florida, all or three men, "farted off to look into Bank interest on active debt 420,(X) 1.M yards wide. 1 he nav igation was susceptible ol Tallahassee, and uggrst a suitable person to be put

.q"; I Had I two milt's I w.rrca': it i 11 our opinion that all caucu' tM are the mat'..r. he returned u-isucressful. A frw mo- Debentures 20' '..O.JOJ.litJ.fJ improvement and i he fall can be passed by locks in nomination that i* a caucus, and that nominee,

S expected to it. cover square, self-constituted associations, dive&teduf! ail Oll'" a.;,), Capt May, with two Dragoons. passed by and canals lie slid: that while we are discussingthe however competent: and acceptable he may be others -

!though by no means a compact as an ati- on his way to Gen Taylor's Head Quarters, he having 'I'lestion'I'hether the Columbia is navigable, at % use, 13 loaded down with the edirta of caucus, dictation -
..;I jean city-every house excep those \nrr.1 thotilv to act anl speak: fl,r the great 1,0)of started off from Point Isibe-1 on simil-ir expedi Whih deducted from the total of the new loan, I I this very moment it is navigated ; and while we ore 4.c If numerous assemblies of voters meet

f the public square having a large the people, anl are bettor cilculited l at tion. Cant May had the mail Therider cot drunk, would 1 Itfave :l.1SIUO
; tached. The Louses in (the business ga of thin consummate the wishes! and n'ewsof the left the rod, lost his ha then' wandered about wind The Mid-holder: held a meeting in London it is being entered by vessels trading t<> that their various candidate,aside from the increased SIB

.. J:. part majority, an'] wl.rea'! it is our opinion that irult-fimtelv'. and when he rinse to his s n..s. he on the ISth ult, to connder the proposition, and it part of the country Capt Newton ol the exploring of various caucuog. there has been no end attained
S the town are built after the American fashion I' acuIiveiitioi could not to 11 where he had been within S mile" appear to have b.cn regarded as inadmissible One expe-dmon, made minute surve> cf the mouth ol -no good resulting half dozen candidates

I though seldom exceeding stories in height. : composed: of delegates chosen Ir Capt. Mav's sword came out in the James L. Dav, I I of the pipers denounces, it as an impudent" propo. the river, and discovered two channels in it; one have perhaps been |fout in nomination, the claims of

if All the windows to these buildings are grated I the p oj>!e, i is the only fit any jiroper mode ofselecting and was.taken back to the city; such carEle.sne' ishih1v I j I' sition. It will doubtless fail f.f success at least in was a straight one, the other had an elb w. The each strengthened and made more obstinate by these

.,. from to bottom with iron bars, and half of: a candidate who will be acceptable I unfortunate, as the letter accompanying the I I 'its present shape'. The steamer which has just left new straight" channel was discovered--- amdei.ralti-- ----n--J :j local endorsement: and no common arbiter ccmcosed -
"j: top generally I., the party, and on tho sword was dUly delivered I iioston fur Liverpool will inform the Bondholdersthat the ship was J lying outside the bar at anchor, a considerable of representatives firm every portion of the Stats
: the door only opens for admittance, which of the \IHO .ntir I must conclude this hastily written letter, will; the revenue which was solemnly pledged.to breeze was blowing, and the surf, conse- In decide on the relative strength of their various

'1 gives them the appearance of prisons tore strength party will be concentrated. the remark that I hive been received with I them for the pavment of interest, has been applied quentlv, ran high ; but in the surf they discovered a claims, and thus, instead of securing unanimity of

than business houses. The public square: i is in Therefore, we, the Democrats of Santa Rosa gui!hed kindness bv the ocfrl of the Army di'tin-J bv Parede! (10 the prosecution of the war against the kind of lave of still water ; Capt Newton proposed feeling and concert cf action,the causes disagree

the centre of the town and must have ben hid county, of the Contention proposed ever I have met with them' United Stafcs Probably he expected his new trap to go into the river in that lave ; he tried it. and ment have been multiplied, and their removal mort
to bo allro"o Louer Mineral in -- would have prunj, before information of this perversion found it was a straight channel, twelve hundred feet difficult. I therefore, as one humble member of the
V off by an American or European, fur the Mexicans i Springs From the .v Y Commrrcial Adterlutr. I could reach F.rll Jand." I wide party,prefer the good old way of meeting in Convention -

l. never could have laid it out uiih such I Columbia! count), on the 2.1 Monday in July The Policy of the .\ I We ourselves may have some trouble with the I He dwelt upon the great capacity of that country where the people, in their representative capsI -

and On the four sides the next, to select a candidate to be supported IJ Mexican oond.hot.fn. according to the London IT commerce, and considered the assemble from
.l bea'ity precision. o! \\'f dip again into the columns of the Courtier des it as best rou'e to city can all portions of the State, dis-
'r square the houses arc built close together as I the Homacratic party at the approaching! Coigresional :) Flat bms fur some reflections which strike us as !I Tiffies We are glad to sec that journal acquiesce China. lie d sired that our laws should be extended I cuss local prejudices and preferences, each conceding

election.lie : eminently just and which hate: a manifest so willingly in the plo cnptive annexation" of over our citizens in Orecon, that there should bea what may be necessary to harmony, and thus
in block and are ot the same size and height bearing
: .
the California :- Governor there and a General to command the unite a candidate, rendered to the
on upon
il therefore rcvo/trJ That will send prominent question mooted at time in
with the exception of the cathedral, which 1 connection with the future relations of :\* to Mexican Deferred Bond, a correspondentsujsets troops and organized militia. He would send one ma 'es, whose voice had been heard through this

i I'-, though b unfinished still towers above the oother. delegates: to said contention to represent the I Trance Hngland and our probate own rountrv We may : t that as part of the secuntv was certain vacant regiment of rnouVe l riflemen into Oregon, and channel ol their own adoption. It was lukevrarnt-

In these Louse are sold dry goexl, gn. ceries cOltJ of Santa Rosa therein. I I add. thugh it can scarcely be required, for the in- lands in the departments of Texas and California would arrange the militia into three cla-,, one of ness, induced bv a caucus nomination last year,together 4.

and kind of wares, with now and th-n lie further renolffd, That wr pledge ourselves formation of our reader-that the views expressed the former of which is absorbed by "Brol h'r which should always held itself in readiness tn with some other causes which we shall notice

: every It) pro.nate. 'lie election of the nominee I by the acute French journalist arc very much the Jjmthin. and the lattrr likrly noon to follow, the I march at any moment. Until the question of bctin- that came near in involving us in defeat,and not t
: an exchange or cofiee house. They are pnn. of said convention same with' those that have 'pervaded all our speculations I Bond-holders should meet and petition Lord Aber. darv wa settled he would declare our laws to extend a growing confidence in whijrgery. Let us see.

.:j':.: cipally occupied by Europeans, and von canI I by nlf fair and honoidble on the probable poiir) vl the j owers across deen to represent to the American Government that as far north as 49 degrees, up teo which he Where parties have taken issue on principle so rej C

j; hear French, English, Spanish and German I means, and to the utmost of our power and the water. the lands which they will no doubt ofTcr for sale among I would exerci"' jurisdiction over American citizens j peatf e'lyas we have; where those issues have thrown I

.' spoken at the same time. After leaving the :abililv.He '. Alter adverting to the t':"remacy of commercial their State land are add'cd: with a mortgage." ad interim. Mr. B. said there wa.* no danger of a ui as widely apart as extremities can reach; where I
; interests in war with England if we proceed with these issues have been well and often defended
and their
U furlJier rr&ohcd, That we appoint} England, controlling influence reascnjustice so I
public square on either side, the houses decrease the Onis M a Great Country The and mnd,'ration if with lace.!., where
Cobb and on policy ot the Government, the Courrirr goes only country ; men conduct the affairs and as often triumphantly vindicated, and
l' ::6 in size and beauty for two enr three! I IJenjaniin Benjamin Barrow, EiC'., on to say : (save the X. 0 Courier,) where the people quarrel of the nation-men with head, sir. there is so intelligent a public mind as is found in t

squares, when the smlll reed and thatched huts :as deligates to Mid convention, with authority These considerations are a justly applicable to with the Government because they cannot receive He closed hv_ submitting proposition recommit the democratic party of Florida, it would be the g

r.' commence, and continue to the extremis limit I in case of th 'ir inability to attend, to select sub. France and indeed to Europe a* they are to England them all into the service as soldiers to march a thou. the bill (for the occupation of Oregon) with instructions madness of folly to suppose that they had either mi-

,. of the I stitutes to act il Every where the reign of commerrnl and manufacturing sand miles for the purpose of fighting a public enemy to the committee(, to bring in a bill to extend conceived their grounds,or bad been derelict in prciple /> I
: : o place. Addresses then ftca. interests has succeeded to the sway of political The people say-" push on there ; we want to our laws and jurisdiction over the citizens of flue U It must followthen, that our candidate v Si
; t. In walking through the streets, my attention were by Col. J. pa*sions. There are no more. royalists and republicans chastise the Mexicans: : ; we have come some bun. States in Oregon, another to form a Territorial Government objectionable, cr was brought forward in an objectionable h

,3' r.: : "'a attracted to a house, in the door of which I II. (Campbell, C. Smith, Esq., and Hon. Dillon in France-no more legitimists and Fhihppists dreds of miles at our own ex- ense-put our names for Oregon, to take effect at the close of the way I believe I have yet to bear Mr.Brock- a
I Jordan. The and resolutionswere -there on the muster rolls and show us the twelve months' notice and for charged with want of
: stood, or leaned two half naked Mexicans sowo preamble are men who have and men who have not, enemy. The providing a Governor enbrpugh a political orthodoxy
.,; ':., halt. On then submitted and adopted.On and Cun (I.elfytn \ho wish to preserve and men Government says-" hold awhile, gentlemen-not who 3ho ld.be a military as well as civil Governor bv his party, and none will charge him with a want d
to to
begone a cause roe my motion of Hon D. Jordan it who wish existing order of things all at once-we have already in New Orleans more and ex-officio Superintendant of Indian Af of capacity It has been the pleasure of all, 00 fV

';: nearing the door a most disagreeable stench was .Pclitir'a questions, which are mostly but on volunteers than we know how to dispose of- just fairs.Upon as I am apprized,to award to him distinguished tab' a

:; almost induced me Jo bout.face. I mustered Resolved, That the proceedings of this poirI have disappeared since the uprising wait a little, till we turn round and consider to what the suggestion of Mr. Archeson the instructions cot and business capacity. It was, then,the aimpl* p

to enter the door. On the floor, ly. r fleeting be published in the Florida Democrat, social que'tionl, afT .cting, not the outside merely part of the enemy's territory ii is best for the publicwelfare were referred to the committee on the Judiciary fact that the masses of the party claimed the right

ing courage mats without were near I[rioridian, and Southern Journal. but the very life of humanity. Thus. do you understand that you'should be sent Gen. Taylor has to be heard in that nomination, that deterred many g.ii
upon covering tif L. N. AMOS Chairman. why the Government of July is sustained in I dispersed the armies of boasting Mexicans which Santa Anna. > from going to the polls at all, not being willing to
Mexicans wounded in the late : have been told all that
S "' ty enggempnt nE COBB France, on all occa'lilln., by the vast majority of the their Government had been collecting at Matamoros (the exiled President of along endorse, by their vote, what *ey conceived to be an 01I
: J. Mexico had him-
attended by some 10 or 12 Secretary.JVavnI. population? Do you imagine that it is because the I for some months past ; and really for the momentwe self determined to shed the last expressed of his aggression on their social rights : others objected 10 ,,

smell of the place! was insufferable and I had majority is always, and at all points, of one mind must beg you to be easy." And thus the government resist to establish drop blood to the course pursued in rendering necessary an elf*
any attempt monarchical
t& with the Government No such 1 of the United States is at a loss, not for government tion at that time for while the
thing. If its -l- means Congress, perhaps
leave door the
it. The and p
L next was same, j TIi S. Frirr Cumbcrlind. in Mexico But the able Paris di
t l. ;ite Laril! icy were somewhat more_ liberal__ at hnm...., fml... mm.... of procuring soldiers to fight the battles of the countrY "nrrf'lponl1ent greatest impediment in the way of our success wU
unu -- -
; so on for about 20 houses. A friend of mine I the ; pennant' Commodore Conner, what more warlike abroad, it would command the but to devise some gracious mode of avoiding ing irom the LaRevue National des Intelligencer, gives the follow to be found in the fact that our general election for 51:

c called my attention to a room in which were and Frigate Potomac, Capt. Aulick, sailed approval even of the Conservative party, for every ofFence to the vast number who offer and are anxiousto the Frencli: Capital Deux Mondes a noted journalof County officers throughout the State occurred *J ce

0 at least forty. of these miserable objects) and from this port yesterday morning for YcraCrnz. body in Franco u for liberty and glory of the nation be the Irst received I Pa redes is pledged: to the of same day. There wis a general interest unanieted t in
lint unhappily there are who would Tl fse i'ircum tances are without example in the support a monarchy in the various Counties for domestic officers, ana
this people systematically
feet in
room was The 1T. S. Adam Mexico We have memC'rial tk
I bquare. Ship sailed seen a from Santa
I J"/1 abuse! these history of any otherconntry-absolutely without the or
IcarGy'2 good things-would for liberty ex- Anna accordingly, as anxiety of friends was more
was not the nurses to attend on i he 5th for the same port. substitute license, for glory provocation,civil war fur ample. In most of the European Monarchies every land to the three courts of France, Spain and Eng. less excited for the success of their candidates did se

.p. ui:. them. Some had lost a leg, others an arm, 'll.U. S. Steam Frigate Mississippi, Capt. war abroad and for civil war, anarchy and the over- man regards with dread the prospect of being called of in which he offers to put himself at the head they consent to exchange votes. The democrat*,

',;': and some both legs and arms. I noticed one Fitzhu li, we lear snU on Monday or Tuesday throw of all social order. to serve in the army. Rut look Mexico; her armies Mexican an expeditionary soil. He places army to all plant his influence monarchy the. flushed with recent victory,regarded their large majority dew

;; ;. who wi certainly, get well whose legs were nit.-J'encarola Gazelle June, 13. Therefore all who are interested in the preservation are recruited nt the point of the bayonet ; the at the and for the service and of re in the State as a sort cf trading capital. it
soldier scnlment1 disposal
of social private a w
order ,
arc disposed to look with generalhs-.peaking are of the
indulgence passed into diversion a portion of which to promotion
shot ofij within two or three inches above the foreign dynasty. He has, know made
1,1 the service without law and we overtures as
even upon the exaggerated prudence of the against their will ; dragced individual ends might be admissible: the w 18vr!
;;j knee, and he seems to me to have a greater USE OF TOBACCO.-John Q-iincy Adam, Government They stand b> it, less for the love to the army, chained or bound with cords; punished to Paredes. ping, yet doubtful of success were always ret"7jr, er

',; flow of spirits than some who had only flesh I in a recent letter, says that in early life he they bear it than (or the fear they have (.f iN enemies with terrible severity for the slightest fault ;- United Slates Deposit*.-The U. P. Treasurer's sacrifice a minor for the attainment of a major poua. flu

wounds. I said to him, that had his wound) I used tobacco, but for moro than thirty yearshe They feel that there is an identity between half starved and unpaid. report, shows that on the tat of June instant and thus was carried on, to a certain extent, a traffic. E
What there
i its existence and a contrast to the *,
Mexican has discontinued the the commercial and manufacturing eazerness and anxiety with swayed by personal feelings and pecuniary influence
t been made by a shot he would have | "I hate which were on depositIn
pnctce. prosperity of the that the our> men crowd around of *
country- end of one would eiung their country I that contributed largely to the augmentation
, .. ben dead ; to which he replied, the Amri. oflen wished," says he, every individualofilie I be the ruin of the other-and it is not for Guizot or 'standard and press forward to be first in the fight! In Banks Banks in in New York City $3V 3,533 whiz vote, and which, taken together with the ott diw

.. can shot was very good-no poisonous.copper human race, affected with this artificial against Thiers that votes are given,but for order and i chagrined if their services are declined even for a In Philadelphia DInk 739,081 considerations enumerated,came near wrestusg fro? in

,, 3 in them. One bad died just JJefor I entered passion, would previ upon himself try, but against lorder-for real interests against uncertain I moment, and finding fault with every. delay that is In Chesapeak Washington City,,Baltimore 307 3'J us tempeirarily the sceptre of power. But. than* fe
: and t for three theories-for peace1 and against war-tor families and interposed, however unavoidable Here is General 565,941 heaven, these impediments are no longer our *V-
; the hich I have
they were making experiment w transfers
room were ordered from
Gaines the Ranks in
preparations worried
ifIc property and against St. Simonium and communism. to death with daily applications to We before the voters of Florida, at this
.I to carry him out. lie had been shot in the made, and am sure it would turn every acre In this sense it is more true than it ever wan receive companies and rt'giments-nnt knowing how the F.astlo the amount of SI,260,000 (of which on tbe go merits of our cause. We give to tumeL

k: mouth with a rifle ball' which passed out under 6f tobacco land into a wheat fel and add. that there are m> longer opinions. there are only to refuse, and not authorized to receive them Of 4()tho), xXl amount were from to be the Merchant's Bank of Bo tOD.) of heaven the broad flag of democracy, with thi > *- eopc

Il the left ear, and he bad lived from the 9th to Jice years to the average of ." interesU The true, the wise policy of the present to the Canal and transferred, $820,000 was to go scription of Free Trade Low Duties* RetreneB* fe
day is not that which st'ekslo the A Fearful Piclute. Banking Company ot New Orleans, its silken (olds and apP***
ejC thU time. There are between 350 and 400 enlarge boundaries -At a meeting of the friendsof which Bank, it will be remembered, ment. Economy. &.c ,on ,
A of empires but that which enlarges the field of Ireland in London the a principal democratic brotherhood of Florida,to thi
Log PKOESTUIAN To Elihu Bur- on 'Jth of April, Daniel in I to the
of these horrid in this and the making loan the toP
place a to State
op of Louisiana
t1j objects commerce. It is O'Connell to 10 "
ritt the 'learned Blacksmith not probable that the world will the following terrific predictionsas the I ciples of Jefferson, Jackson, Calhoun Ac., "
intends equip volunteer
.i. sight o them would i induce many a stout heart mak. soon behold a new Congress o/ Vienna but if a new to the effect of the Coercion Bill : companies. I to its standard. It will, no doubt, be confid l w tic

c t lamen the horr of war. These men ing a pedestrian tour over England. He says: partition of Europe is ever "resolved on the decree '. Instead of being a bill to prevent, it was a bill to ,Democratic Family.-The late Dempeev Kemu. I Ia 'worthy hands through the canvass. Wihli!

give and wooded on the About the lit of June we propose, under will be framed, not by a convocation of Kings and foment crime. (Hear hear.) It would, he feared, brave soldier of the'revolution, and of Wayne's much to be expected that a parry, proud ith
armv ,
,, Oth numbr than the Americans certain conditions, to take steamship or pack. Princes but by an assembly of merchants represent drive the people to the mdne of an insane insurrection -(says the N. Orleans Jeflersonian- left six principles and eager for the conflict, will'rII7 5
,;; muh greater ever ing the Zen Verein Germanv, the Law (cheers) and sons i
Anti-Corn of to
et for On arrival oceans blood and horrible in the parish of St. Helena of them such enthusiasm to the polls as
claimed-BOOM say 1200 and some :00, but] take England our WI propose to League in England and the rising party of com mer- slaughter might be the result. (Cheers.) He was quite sixteen of They one have all now volunteered not last hope or whigfery in Florida, and \place tk'
a private and travel on, like cial liberty in France. These convinced that years age. in the Re-
enough hickorlltaf are the true royalties nothing under Heaven was so likely and one of them lead the St. Helena Dragoons where she belong-beside the foremost
B.trynn's: the country, at the cf our day and of the day which i i. to come and diplomacy i- to lead to civil war as the Coercion Bill. (Loud a band of horsemen, 160 strong equal to publican family? av

rate of about ten miles a day." will hereafter be studied rather in counting cheers.) He said to those who told the opponents in the world. 1 heir venerable mother five any PALMETTO- of
'Atutra and Prussia bave addressed notes rooms than in the closets of professional statesmen." of the Bill that they were encouraging murder of her gallant sons at the first call for gave volunteer up Q
r1 to the French Goverment relative lo tL In.trigoes Prince Albert has been distributing a pham. Me1ilionim. M the late and assassinatrfti l. in school-boy phrue That' and when the news cf the advance of the Mexicans Major General E. P. Galsef.k ac

4v of the Pol.h t & in phlet-OQ the potato cure. .Punc think it Massachusetts Anti-Slavery- Society annual it meeting resolved of the youwlf"those words(Cheers in and laughter.) He spoke not and the danger of our little army reached her she This time worn and scarred hero arrive Ia the
was lightness the
Sir John tb adventurous voyager, would have been a great deal better, .under I that the only path to the accomplishment of the arraigned them in the presence; of fact their was God so;as and being he called remember up her that youngest he was the boy and of told him to go, and eity yesterday on board the steamer Creol whitN ir< J***
ton Dempsey Orleans Citv
I who latelykfcame has been r*. object of the society wu *' over the ruMs of (hepruent the cause of those crimes. Loud on his wav to Washington
Pf a.J I existing circumstances, (10 have distributed ; jSmrriean ( applatue.) They While this spirit devoted patriotism exists,who La rdered to repair without delay, bavinf bee* r -
Instated in his offc' o8khlm! Fl). r"'I"', in'fel" of lh. pamphlet. ( prnmt 4merecanYnion who supported the bill were they who,fomenedcrime can fear for the liberties of our county or doubt the moved from the command of the South eAr1"
in Ireland whn 'gravatosd the evil>f its so high nVftiny in reserve for ill vision.-Mofjf, Herald,Junt 19.

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inspires confidence, and remove* all occasion for .-- -. .----1---- t
FLORIDIAN. fear or doubts in the future. From noble and exalted sentiments of Gov. STCKLX and from the sand dust: immediately alter a shell had debate wa had about the removal of i messenger Florida Supreme-Court- Itrport
which you wi1ue a just understanding of fallen without sainted with sergeant-at-arms; the House reinstated him. Both
whig "regen
this correspondence exploing. my far were JUST published and for sale at this Office, or k*
di.lMS. we plainly set eration Houses have rejected resolutions to adjourn next
'LET US ALOIf that is very in New Hampshire. 1 i i. expected that the cry D >cicr, "Doctor." I turned round and month. a J). A. IIA YW ARD.
net to i prosecute th the of with the President and and his Cab- the renegade, John P. Hale, will be electe to the saw Major Crown who had been standing near me, The tariff has not been touched yet; it-will,however May 9.1843.. 42Furallare .
Saturday, June 80, I8l6.TERM9 This vigor promptness. Senate of the United States. Glorious regenera. now supported in the arms of two men, his right be acted on. and the debate will be u hort aspossible
will for Sale.
b gratifying to those who believe as we tion." The action will be fatal to the
leg being shot off, the jagged ends of the bones present "I Fashionable!
OF TUB FLORIDIAN. do, that the more promptly we strike into the heart law. The existing war may probably add some Sofa
sticking out, and from them the ragged muscles 1 Bureau with a glass on the K
of Mexico, the sooner will we force a Thatis Adjournment of Courest. strength to the friends of the present law. 1 Handsome p,
Tai Fw>Rii3i*> M published every Saturday, at now the object-a with settlement of all An effort has been made in Congress to get both in hanging down and dripping with blood. Dr In a few days the communication by Telegraph casters veneered curl maple bedstead wit

THREE DOLLARS per annum invariably in aJTor old peace a Hous McPhail.assisted by Dr. Crittenden and myself, immediately between this city and Boston will be c mplete.What .- 1 Dozen fashionable
scores. July.but it has failed.It Chairs.Jtpplyto ,
U' THREE FIFTY if pad within six monthsof amputated the Ihl h." an advantage it would be to have the wires
'f'the'time: subscribing or UR DOLL \R* if was said by someof the letter-wi iters that this was: a extended to New Orleans at this time This great Jnne J. R. FORTUNE
fi, 1S45. 48
ttd therefe. Four copies will be furO"h for Oregon Question. movement got up between the fitty-fourforty men"and Bombardment of Vvra Cruz.-The Boston Post means of communication will ere long be extended .
$ Advertisements inserted at the We trust this question ere this has been *atisf.c- those who are to all over the Union and I think the sooner it i is done TWO NEW
rE DLL.\RS opposed altering the tariff, makes the I olio win;* sensible remarks in reference to J CARRIAGE 1I.\R.'iESsESfA
discount! made to ad. torily for the betUr.
ntt yearly arranged speedy settlement. We give the in order to diteat action price of $133. Apply to
any now contrary to the the with
war and the most effectual wiy ol
i Mexio. June, IMS. 4ft J
extracts which for FORTUNE
nrlJt. __ _ _ ion following which; we rely such opin. policy they respectively ad\'oale. hoping that by making a hole" in the famous fortress of Vera From O.JrffrrtoniinJune: 13.
M- We are indebted to Hon. Senator WnTCO our own mind are quite conclusive.The gaining more time they mi hl have: the better chanceto Cruz : JEFFERSON COUNTY

several public documents, and through him tr. autborit is not oCcial, but very reliable. succeed ultimately. Those who fight for the .The war should be prosecuted with the utmost From tbe Rio Grande.The Tax Collector Snle .

fo General, R JONES, for copies of the Army The Washington Union in the fdl win; notice whole 01 Oregon wire Supposed to be willing to adjourn vigor, until Mexico hall be made to rue the contest Steamship Galveston, on her passage to Pt. BY virtue of authority Tested in me by law, I

Adjutant &C. of the subject, gives some additional weight to the now, so that for the it would be im she so rashly and unjustifiably pr\kf. The war Isabel when about IOU miles from her destination all expose lor sale, before the Court Hot.

Raton. report: present must be a short and decisive war. He capitol, throv.ut one of her wheels l in consequence whereof door Montirello.. Jefferson County c-n the
possible to settle the question upon .forty nine." proudly! in her mountains,must reached by she was compelled to make the remainder of her '
State Convention.We is rumored Mate b First Monday in December .
this n' t.
over city, though
Rumor-I Those dimocrats who are lukewarm on the subject I the our gallant army, and peace dictated pass ige on one wheel. On her return passage, the
are pleased to learn that most of the Counties we ofrjaau'lrty for the statement, aid of the tariff, are oppo< l to altering to her from the palace of her military earn ( same accident occurred to the remaining wilpel.and the following property or so much thertof aa will
throughout the State have either held or about to wil not if it. that the Snale of the present halls of Montezuma existing! only a pr-thl she was obliged to come to an anchor at PovertyPoint. pny the tax dii'- on said property :

mee'ings to send delegates to the State Convention for i United States 1 as bt1 fngazed in cl'-s< door, land nil the whigs who of course resist any speech..) The mo-it direct road to the I city ,Mexico ( Mr. Bisby: chief engineer arrived in this \Ii t.S E JS'34.T: 1.R "Si. containing ') acrs.

bold We three dais pait on a r!si2e: Ir.r the Preidntot change of Ihe act of 1S42, were supposed to be desirous i!that Kaiiing iVom Vera Cr. Jpt! the bUlouI city to procure a tow boat to bring her up. E 1 is E 4. S :=1;. T lR4S& F. 7y.t>l ..

in July next. trust there will be a full at. the United Stales coiiMiltms 1 lrm: Ib..ul tlf\no- to adjourn that their -olicy may remain pre- Cd- .ol St. Juan de Ulua must first 1 be reduced t t'e- The New York and James L. Day were at Point Lot No. 2, S23, T 2, R 4, N .V E 113-

ttndance of the delegates _pr-ointed. nriety of accepting terns pr"ftod| by Mr.! Paken- domincnt. We did riot believe that combination :lore Mexico can be inndf ti.rouzh this into Issbel. The latter wa.to remain and carry the 3S23T2.R4N&E. lot "
hm for the ,\enul
The County Convention for Leon meets on adjustment ot' the Oregon (cju--sticn any her heart. This gi'f the otl-cers and men of troops) Irom Point Isabel to Barita on the Rio ii l,52-T2.R4N&E, 4 1.3O: "
Ct"nt. There are different rum( about the precise character I of this kind could be etlecied. Those democrats Com. Conner's i an of for Grande. it 3. S 11. T 2. R -. r\ & E. 145 "

Saturday neit, the 27th inst. of the proposition. I i ii said in the reefs! ot :, who are for filty-Vur| forty," have not abandoned themselves fet a imperishable opportunity those wincing won by The army was moving ip the Rio Grande to take 4.6S,1'2.R4N&E,& IIJ'
'A'alhington this evening immediately alter the Senate their opposition to the tariff, and it is not probable, their kindred service on the banks of the Rio Grande. possession of the small tnwn .. I.S 7T2.J:4.N&.E. ef) "

We received this morning :letter from the Hon. adjourr.edat.| :cVlocUthat they advised the President that in their zeal to effect the of their But they must be reinfnrf by the proper kind of The Galveston left Point Isabel on the 7th ; G jlveston :ft, S 7, T 2, II., N & E. t-2"

IT. II. BROCKENBHOCCH, addressed to u in printed to accept the proposition by a vote ot 3.to U! success policyas vessels. Frigates sloops of war are weak against on the 10th inst. .. 2, S 30. T2. R4.N&.E. 121"

foraIt Ie intended for publication, and: will an- U'e cannot consent to keep tief! important rumors toOrpgon, which they might hope to do by farther stone \vl!. They must have! bomb The The ship Ondiake remained off the Brazos St. Ja. 1. S :JlI, T2, RI.. N & I;. W3 ..

Irom our readers, alhout we have to: official evi- delay, they will forget their duty as to the bomb of the French squadron ship. goon the "th inst. ,-'s 1.S3lT2R4N&F: ttJ.. ,

.c many .oepondent who may hare perhaps deuce for them ald bavf r.o sort of communication taiiff. They have to sacred a regard for principle the ship( the friate rendered but con'ueret sen'ice. Capt. floor and a numhet of officers and mf'n. u.. 4S3lT2R4.N, 80 J

ft considered themselves m-glectid in not receiving answer upon this e.tnt with any member either of the, and suffered extremely. This place ii littt nearly impregnable \vc.unclfd in the battle of the 8th and 9th ult., are it ,. 3. 31.T2.R.aS.III.M"'
to aaree to thing like .
their letters. We will Senate or of the administration.. any bartering.We board the Galveston. ii S. 2SnT2.R.a.N.1.E.: o" f
to publish it incur aeainst horizontal shot, but it is armed passengers on steamship
The Baltimore Sun of the llth irsl. take it for granted therefore, that some democrats 0& 3S3lT2R4N&E: W) "
next. On this subject we would remark that, from contains the chiefly en barbette, and t! therefore onen to bornbardment. From the Gaft'ton"ncJ., June 6.
following : by favoring an early adjournment hope, infixing Ten or twelve ve>st.lscarring each one lying on the Lake, joining Gov. l\IOIIel ,. Mewn.Oo t
the heavy correspondence of our and Representative The in reparJ to the train of 100
SnatJr the time, to hastenand unite all efforts towards mortar of large calibre in addition to our report wagons Zftt and Rocse: said land were entered b)
il i* utterly impossible for either to answer WASHINGTON June 10-!6, P, f squadronweuld
the numerous letters, personally, they receive. The Senate cl< .cd their Executive n'-vj'on to-djy r.it'inl the country from the burthens of the pres ii\e us success We do not know lw\!ulTit't.rce" way trim New Brownsfells to Piedernales being taken L-.t N". S27T2R4NJtEcontaininjl30acre.

about 5 p m. The PrEIld nl's message, which was tarifJ \Ve will not suspCt them of desertion may be provided with mortars IOV' bv party of Indiana, a* wa utattd ID the New. 2.Sa7.T2.R4.N&.E. ll".') "
how that the f'rnmea
ever of their
Itt reason
\ no requests under di u'siljn. trii: .mits the proposal uf l Great from their principles or indifference to their success vessels fo the purpose but we are told that almost! is ei.tirely untcunded.as appears by letters receivedat said to belong to Farmb Carter,lying on Miccosoo
eo& ituents are not attended to; and, when success- Britiin for a settlement the Or -uoii dirTrulfit-son small will HCJu>'on frem Piedernales stating that no Indians ke Lake near Wirt' plantation.S .
unless any ar swcr as a platform for a m.rtar -
better for this than craf
we see
full completed,they will receive the earliest informtion the 4'Jth parallel \Mth the whole ol Vaiicoiner's some rcascn anything bed prullahl a flotilla ot a dozt-u bomb vessels had been seen at the above places. W 4 (.l Sec 9.T I. R .a.S & containing; 159. 7
I and the navigation uf the Columbia which has yet been d..ne. The Texan Advocate states that some four or five E T U 4 Si E
thereof. would d.ubtleu require all the Islnd. frP could bf prepartd inn test 'Htks. At presents I acres; J, SE4.S ), I. containing
I I ricr by the '. Lay Company until the exi I the proposed adjournment waj to supersede the have no such thine in.our navy, and to jmLxe by disrharued soldiers frum the army, on their way 7J.S1 I acres entered by Thomas Wright joins Ifcth
tune of member of Congress to answer all the letters i piration of their charter ; the Lritfsit Government of Congress in reducing the tariff, it would the reperts from the there it a deficiency nf I!! I..me.rre surprised bv a party of Indians and! stripped Section, and said to belong to the estate of- DaJe.

i they receive, did they da so, and leave them no |! aplrehlndinl Ibo it might othorwis' be (compelled acton mortars also there. We(camp hope the mistake will not j nfevery ras of cloth in;. The Indians were af- The above lands to be s<>M to pay the County taxes

time whatever to attend to business to pay Company to Iuf: an iud.>mnit .. Certainly have incurred t.e disapprobation of all true be made ol ordering an attack upon tin formidable I j Nrwar.b overtaken and the property rescued by 'for 1M3 and IS H. and the State and County taxes

)Ir. Brockenbrough gives his hearty assent and The free tiavic-ttion. of the Strait of Fuca, and j jI democrats amor.g the people. They confidently expect fortress.of SH Juan:de Ullua with inadequ,te means iouAmerican; vrazoner for 191:. .

I the fre use of the I5ajs! and Inlets \.nomer't j at this session of Congress, to see the pruning This would only be to waste life money and material Also the following to pay the State and County

approbation to the prolosE cOI'.enhon. and his Island to be allowed to u* for the same period, anc i iI knife applied to this measure. was for this that and end in disaster and shame." OHITUAK \' taxes for IS 15, viz : .

reasoning is correct \ the opinions of s'ime other prinh'Ces. not heretofore, anticipate! ] \,\ I Leon Lot No. 6. in fractional Sec 31, T 2, H 4. N & E.
I electtd -- Died in County, Florida, on Sunday the 7th
they a democratic President-for this that
i the Sentinel and his whig frierds to the contrary the 4C men. The Pres.dent a ks the advice of .In unkind rut.-'Jrare (; of the New entered by Malcolm GilcLrist.and contains SO acres.
I Ii I tIe Senate. i' the; filled the halls of Congress with f-uch majorities Greeley instant, MANILLA LARISSA ANN, daughter of and )IM Dr. Jermany plantatHm. :

i botwithstanding- views upon this, subject are I The question \"a d.batH.but without taking l'I of democratic mlmber and s-n. turs. What will York Tribune, is thus rebuked by the Lritiih Whig, Carl and Sarah H Johnson, after a painful illnessof The undivided 3d of the following land purport

entirely and strictly dl'munhc. and cannot fail to I vote. The disussion b.l will be resumed. think when that dis of Kingston, Upper Canada, for his want (If patriotism fi.urteen djs, rigid sixteen months and five da>s. inC to brlnnff to henry W. Prtbles. to-wit :
: see oody >ersing
give general satisfaction. The importance the to.morow. : ; i ia the war with lfexicu. With Gretly! our Let l little children come" He cries TheNEI.Sl N W 4. W ISE4. and S W 4.
o .1' without having dora any thing to accomplish their Sec 3fi' ; the N W 4. Sec 31, T I, Scuth of R :. E..
coming contest is properly set forth. and the true country is always in the wrong in our difficulties a. Forbid them not to come ;
Corrtspondence ofthr Baltimore ..American.WASHINGTON will. Their dis-aj>pointmei.t in this create said to contain -21.7 acres.
Their mansion is above the
"il skies
principles to be maintained in reference to the interest I with foreign powers-wrong on the Orczon Also the Inllovrinc, in the town Mouticello
distrust in their fUtS- :
June 12- leading
: men They growanry And I will lead them home.
oi the South dul> cansidrred and fairly stated. The continues interest "il tion, in the annexation of Texas, in the war with ?;._. 1C, t I. t 3 and G Oregon question to excite deep
at the of who
The contest is to be upon the success of principles, in the Senate. In regard to the proposition hypocracy men profess one' Mexico, in our Indian wars, in acjuiring Florida The smallest lamb amidst the flock 1-23. 121. 133. 13J, belonging to John F.

Jot of men-It should be so considered, let the result I|11 i believe I have made no mistake as t" its cl...r3ctcri thing and act another. .And the more experienced 'I ;and Louisiana, and indeed 3d far wrong in the last Shall be the Shepherd's care; Tucker. f
I them will in While! folded in the Saviour's SMITH SIMKINS.
i certainly none of Importance I I.ae heard it said among see it an adiantage given. to arm,
of the convention what it may. As Democrat, :'! war as to make it unbecoir.inz a Christian people to ShC. and Tax Ct.! Jet Co.
b safe from er .
I rJun"
They're snare. )
the which every
: by one in confidence of the Secretary ot State our ( they will not fail to Use most I
will we vote for those who will advocate the princi-i 1 that of the cf the nanzation I Ipp.nenf rejoice at the victories gained over Iritih! arms !- 1"11.15 fm 11'
: equivalents! temporarv vigorously.l cry will lx raised by whigs, that ; We lay thee in the silent tomb,
pies of the Democratic party ? will we sustain our !! of the Columbia n\'r. a* | | 'j. Great Britain Strange, that our beloved country makes such rapid
profI"c l large promises are made to the but nothing Sweet blossom of a day; Lea:her.BAND. .
; own Southern institutions and low tariff is the use to the I'nited taU-s! any |orl!on the I'plt. strides to under so great accumulation of
Stalt.rihts greatness We bean viw thy bloom
Southern of Vaticover's island < lor.g the done to fulfil them; on tliec"ntraryveryshight pretences just Harness. Tapper and Site Leather Oak u.
a a
sad other fundamental doctrines of the Democracy ? part .damning and infamous" wroncrs But Horace i is: And thou art called away. for sale by il. L. BAKER. f
) of the Columbia the Hudson -
n1; 1t Ion enjoyed by are magnified into an hich will .
I orwill we support and rote for a whig? one who : imlorane" a bird that bef-mls his own net,' and may be June. 1.Iii. 4J tf FL
Bay Compa j
I excuse the present doing ot any thing, thus aretlies .4 Friendship and love have done their last.
ftes for the interest cf the Northern manufaturer It is undt-rslo that the proposition rubmitNd ti. j classed with the list of whom the London Times And do -
actingall the while! deluding those who now we can more:
a hith tariff, internal improvement, &c., &. We J i the Senate has given ri-e t..warm d.'hatl in the Son- support i spake thus.-" We l-"\e their treason but despise the The bitterness of death is past, NEW.YOKKFHIMT
< ate. There U abundant! evidence of this In m occurrences them. We trust the ilen.ocratic members will |r "
shall see in October. \Ve believe Democrats have traitors. Anda1lthysufl'erino'er. WAREHOUSE.
transpiring in public session, and out of floor subject themselves to no such charge this. Let
-- -- -
Jut 10 soon forgotten their true interest. I 'Ir. Allen of Ohio you wi(,hsfrn'. has introduced ttarn do their duty obeying the will of a the people, The British journal sa} ;- -A PItOCL.4MATIOS.--- PRICES REDUCED

a resolution vindicative his non.coto.urrcne.iii .That the war is and cruel, i true;
unnecessary FOIl
reward in the of
General Scott. i iAs the ;proposition from the Hntish: Mn.ister The Sr.- prosperity but il once d'clrld. we du not Idllrt the policy "
ati r from Oiiio so remarkable for his silence, desires thf.country and in the cheering voices of their con. that would deprecate it in the eyes of the p l'plt'- PRINTS ONLY BY :

rich a morel as we have met with in a longtime II that the r.ation shall tear> him upon this qnetion, stituents. Had the Knirlish: Prefs done so on the I rupture of the LEE & BREWSTER

j is the correspondence between Gen. Scott and but he can hardly speak louder than he has spoken I : ____ Peace of Amiens when Great Britain was clearlyand I ,

the Secretary of War, Mr. Marcy.. The General I before. Mr. "'eb ter. admittedly in the wrong, no battle of Waterloo 44 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK.

seems to have that,somebody sorncwheie in. P. S. The Senate has ad,used the acceptance; : cf The of the committee the would have been fought and the Uonapartean Dynasty :THIS STOCK of PRINTED CALICOES nearly
report appointed by
dreamt tf Oreol propositi'-n, with only M.n I high quarters: was intending him foul work, and H--UM.-! to investigate the cartE!brought by Mr. In. 1 AT GRIATLP.ElJlTED PRICES, are oCVred 1

I .he thereupon writes to Mr. Marcy expressing the I 'ols. geraoll against Mr. Wcbt.r. be n made and acquit Pay of Volunteers-The following statement of BY: WM. D. M 0 S ELF. Y I ;at from \'

awkwardness of his situation in having to face and IVar spirit In Alabama I the latter of tlip corruption wInchas s.u.l the pay of oILccrs and privates in actual service will Governor of the State of Florida. 1 to 6 Cents Per Yard i

fghf the Mexican, while at the same time a fire is TLc Mobile Register publisi.es a list t 3(volunteer to be fixed upon his (conduct in the use of the secret i not prove uninteresting to our readers : 7HEREAS. It has been made known to me that ( LOWER T7/.f.V THE PRICES OF APRIL.I I

t kept up at him from WashingtonHe dislike togo companies uralize in Alabama 'for the \\ar. service fun, \shil- in the oCice of Secretary of I Major Genenl .4i7.! ; i>er month : Airf to do.. S-'N! % there isssithintheSecond Brigades- sufficient i I the and

f to Mexico so long a there is a man behind him besides three already arr'ved' at the teat t>f War... Stite.. Mr. Tyler, who was cited to. attend at Wah i! ad. pay ; Brigadier General 8.Joi J ; A. D. C. to do. S"j 1 j dent number regiment of companies of Cavalry i of! Cavalry, and that toro the several an indepen-compumes J I allowance> Purchaser made for are a guaranteed given period. prices-
ad. Colonel of I| IJ
: whotbinks his there will do I The Register makes the following appropriate remarks his i pay ; a Infantry -i'lOC. per month : : renewed and corrected daily)-
going no goderho ington, gave te timonj in support of the integrity Lieutenant d*>..SI4'> ; Major t-'l It'.f ; Captain, s.M,: I II..t ( desire to bn thus organized: j I 5J- Catalogues ( :
J thinks Gen. upoa the national moral by this spec- f Mr. It ix therefore Ordered,That election be held} regulating the prices-are placed in the han of
Ta\lor.n get along \ithout him. And bUt o! W.Lt.'e'rE glad oj the result. I \ Lieutenant, $'0; 2d Lieutenant, fi-'i ; Adjutant, an

beside that, he dislikes. to be hurried by an) both, j tale : would hair !x-n a ;lairfulthir to liate di"Ct"te S-S'i ; -rgeantfl3 : C oralE-III ; 1'rivatts. f's. bv each ot said companies on the ISth day of July j.1 j buyer June: and ft s-nt with goods ordered. FJ
1S4'J. 4G
and .There are thirty jiorganized and reported ; A Colonel I.,1 Camlry, H'I <3 per month ; Lieutenant IIp"t. at the parad ground of **ch of said compa- JyNotice. Fl'l
any of fn-m thiM> who ; that one ol' the first men in our couatry. who
eprHSin impatience reads and tin re are iW.t.i. (orumeiicitl in vanous j liLl.Jone I do., !?l 73; Major ff<>., f 141 ; Captain do., SlOi i ; flies, for full officer of said Regiment ; and it is j I .
can control his mot'clent., indicate* a purposetoart parts. tt the State. These thirty ci.mpsuiesci'iitaiii ot its highest, and most honorable! oil.ces, was is,. Lieutenant do., E..J ; 2d. Lieutenant do., 'JO; further ordered that a commissioned officer and two i limited partnership by parcl a eement,

treacherously toward? hiia. He can work cH'r.cheeri i' r.11 and tile\ at least -2,!)'*) men ntuJ cv1 I uint his station for base pur"oe'; Adjutant, 100; Privates, ('lf and horse) 'ft. I non-comnn-uioned officer, from each of said com- THE .. existing between Michael Me Keen
fully fourteen hours '1 man the azes of tl Ito j Mr. acted in these The co..l I f "cJ.OiO Volunteers ol due proportion of "anies. shall act as inspector of the said election
a -day planning things, g"'mg : cry It".n 2Jald. InluII unwisely brineinsj ,'l' and James r. Lynch under the name and firm ot
uiider twelve month would bf'1 t t5rs.J.Vi | and shall without delay make return cf the result
these the and fur ,
(companies 11 Infantry Cavalry 'AIcKwn has this been dissolved. All
through the process of whipping the enemy in his ; (charges upon; flimsy ground, a* we are bound to of the election at each precinct to the Commanderin.Cliwf. & Lynch, day
(General the Tensas Volunteers und -r Ca1.t.I'tait. J I : ""I'I >" indebted said late firm notified and
busy brains, calculating, rurainatin:, ginning to j Jt.ha.tht R.-liefGuar'1'; under Captain lrOrl (.rwunie he dd ati! >this report from men who lad I 1 lie Volunteer- will le respired to clothe themelv WM. D. 1113ELEY.Governur I persons to pay the to sane to the subscriber are only.who required -

get ready harin only time to gulpb down a hasty i i arc on the Rio Grande And these are not hal the i very opportunity to I'rob the matter to the bottom ,- for which tiiey will receive the following allowances of Florida. will give a lull discharge therefor. C

plate of soup, and all without any written orders, m"l that will b<> raised in thirty dijs unle-s.. strong! lie fc'ifierecl hi! passion?. under the goading ii.flu- from the C"ernraeiit : Sergeant, ft r one June 2t), 1S45. 4S 3tt JAMES U. LYNCH.
j and ,prompt efforts are made In represent tIlt inutil.it j year, $-2" ; M.isician, dj., &:h : Corporal and Private t-: Sentinel and Journal copy. 2'. 1M5. 45Vof
but soon as the idea th.it} he ( (.f a biter from Mr. to Qnincv May
I somebody fiprvs-f-x fnt 10 ala.k Wtbslr.
I cf briber "I'tunf'rw! : Their are already more I j jEt do $:N. -
1 probably taking too long to |
he suddenly flares up and by the licht < t his 'us for. In what other country in the world would j i tlm. he has done hat he must now u-jient. He Democratic }1(>clil1f;. months after date, the undersigned Admb.I t

passion discovers that there are no written orders "111 a spectacle be l'UiKl (in the sinall' a pn-ypec- | ,;pfrmilo' to slight circumstances! to forces conviction At a mating of the Democrats of the Tallahassee SURGEON DENTIST I SIX "r of John Shaw, deceased late of Leon
tn.demand on their citizens to tuar arn.s in the I T"I""ILL I be at the Lower Mineral Springs in a few will his final actount anti vouchers
tor I his of such that County present
him to act by; and then he must stop getting upon; mill a ttort as expressed the Court House Tallahassee
puSlir service ? Here .! an army sprung 'ip in a i Precinctheld at in \ v days, and remain for a short period. Person to the Honorable Judze of Probate for Lenn county,
ready to find out if any one thinks.him such a numbtkall dav.o) i'ro'ig young rnn-many ol them men ol ul.1 j 'in hi* Cha t're canrot believe he acted from I I Saturday the 20th: of June. for the purpose (.1 appointing in the vicinity desiring his services will have an op- and ask far a discharge from said administration.

a t.. go to MexIco. before every tx-dy behind ] 'stance-m<"n engared in private occupations ol im-i i iM pure malice, for the Mishte-'t prudence would hate i Delegates to meet in the same place, ..n I portunit of being served at the Spring. LEVI CARLTON.Leon .

him is willing he klu.uld bv l' .dtnt when he comes j j| >r1hnce to Ih.ms.I\ -all free at least to hold I lorbid such charges to b so publicly J3.Jp. unless Saturday in-xt to appoint DeK-gates to attend the June 21(>, 1V1S. 45 2t Connfy, May 30. ls4G. 43 Co
back il they l and lease the burdens of warto |
back This i* about the pOwr of lU letters. ; |be provided pl.uH. it should co:-by fIIP pains i the tuthf.r: had smptround upon which he ,...he.1 I State Convention at Suwannec Springs, In the 2d For Sale NOTICE.

Our readers know that it w. at one time the in- j and at the cost ol the \rr.cie"T. Hut; they are inadanceot ted he could stand in making SO bold a mm'( Monday in July next-Gen. JohN I'. DU) VAL, A HANDSOME BRASS MOUNTED months after date. I shall present ac-

. teation of Mr. Polk tu< giie Gen. Scott the command j the art; of the covrrr.mrrt. They ct Indeed, the report of the committee shows that there I: was called: to the chair, and Cot. S. S. SIBLCT appointed 11. BUGGY, with top suitable for one or SIX aid vouchers tu tbe lion. Judge of my Pro I

of the army against the Mexican The whit* tried j ahead f the (al, by ra:,>rly antirtpa:: the m--d I were !orl circumstances upon which Mr. I founded Secretary. _ two horses, by bite of Leon county as Administrator of Samuel
j for their ser ices and \ln\' are struzzling with each I
: j I P. A. IIAYWA1D.T.tlaha.see
to raise aery aauI.t the I'rrctdent because he would J I ,other bribe IrfctdelC whirh shell be allowed togo [ his charge which needefl eltlntln. lest one 0:) motion, Ilenoleed, That: the number of twenty June 20, 1M1. ..lATTENTION from Theus said, deceased administration.and"apjly for letters W. S.of THEUS.dismi sion

not give this command to Scott, and said it was because : forward fO the defence ol the country. should be misled by thcm.as was Ihe (:e"il. him. five Delegates be appointed from this precinct. May 30, IS4C. 45 6m C

he .the prominent lan among the whig j rte is no country in the world where such an- But I grave charges .ho'rI not htf been made Whereupon the following persons were appointed : !

fa the next Presidency, and Mr. IMk was afraid to nHIf proof of instinctive attachment to the (U"f of without very c'a warrant in the facts. The reputation John P. I DuVal G. C. S. Johnson, Notice.

place him where he might win popularity. The 1 1 loreien thE,country fo its own indolent sake, i!in possible the power; and ot organized when- I of our public men is the property of the whole Hugh Archer, Richard Carpenter ] IX months after date I shall apply to the Hon.

/act is otherwise. Scott MM it fact appointed to j armies/ovtrnmelr and vast navies, maintained by oppr("- country, and should not be attacked for to trivial C. Sprawl Edar M. GarnLtt.R. i JS Judge and of discharge Probate of on Washington the estate County of John for Fcrt*ettlement -

take the command, and was lain preparations to i! lit laws for obf-jcts in which the multitudes h:,e f causes. Corruption should undoubtedly be exposed.No B. Smith, F. A. Scuthall. deceasedflate of said count

go to the teat of war. Upon borne vague surmises :: no personal interest, presume to speak slightinglyolthe I man's fame should give him the least license to Jno. W. Le'iuIII'm.. }Fisher Jr., SHARPLESS EVANS, Adm'r.
capacity of this countr* to maintain war, here
be wrote a very insolent and ridiculous letter to the i iU i is a significant, unanswerable and overwhelming i fact act with impunity against law or morality ; neither Dr. Jno Duval, Edward Colon, May 22. [30] 1&M. 45! 6m

! < rtment, which card the President to change I I with which to refute the rrror. Such a Jple. so should his fame make him only the more conspicuousas George Wilcox P. B. Brvkaw, NCW BOOKS.ALISON'S .

, h mind in regard to the ('mmand. which h hal j prompt the to word rush, are to the invincible standard arain oftbcir all(the cohort before a mark for the pointed arrows of biter partisans. James H. Branch Thomas Barnard, Miscellanies, complete price SI.

now given to the gallant olc \cteran, Taior.This I of any power which shall rashly assail thrm. Fin We have no patia1tJ' for Mr. Webster. We dislike W. Bartlett Selim W. Myers iiParrot's S I.

i correspondence will put to flight the slanders a real danger of invasion from any formidable his politics. I is only b vau-ie he is a public J. W. Dabney, C. Edgar Dyke TALLAHASSEE GUARDS. Remarkable Journey Criminal to Ararat Trials, :

of northern whig presses agaiiibt the President ter the coast would in a few weeks bristle ur.1 man of high reputation in our country, and one of S. S. Sibley. R. II. Berry, D'Aubigne's History of the Reformation
ordered at usual
List show them that be is above acting from the million bavoticts.. I In those who helps to give character to our nation abroad A. H. Lindsay Parker Levy \7"OU X place are of hereby rendezvi-us. on to Thursdav appear,the your 25th day Wainwricht's Family1 Prayers,

party motives which they attribute to him, when that we are glad to see him freed from thejruilt David Robertson. of June in citizens dress fir drill, at 4 o'clock, p. The Lenten Fast Double witness of the Church

Feat national affairs are taken into his con jdla.toD. ..\ hampshire rgmtattd.-This was the which was imputed to him. We are glad too, There being no further business on motion the M[ By order of Tuf.per's Proverbial Philosophy.Listvn' .

They will find it hard to say much in defence I cry of little and big whigs, from Maine Louisiana, to see that party feeling!was laid aside in the invutiatio' meeting adjourned! JOHN I*. DUVAL, Ch'n.S. L. A THOMPSON, Capt. Com'g.F. Wandering. Practical Jew. illustrated Surgery Dr.wees', D'HumentaI on Children,
State defeated H. FLAGC First
Granite Sergeant.
when the of the was -
their favorite Democracy and thus to nee our own country vindicated S. SIBLET, Sec'y.COlTtpondt7Ju.
o General, after they 1m e found ,hat June 20, 1 Ci4r3. 43 Young Duke, Royal Favorite, Jessie's Flirtations
petty feeliags contiol hi .conduct. through treachery and the union of whig and from the charge of proneness to sacrifice public men I Ransomed Bride, Lady of II.e Gutph.

abolitionists but that our readers may know Dome- of the Floridian.WASHINGTON Three Mousquetaires a tn the Three Guardsmen *
Genea Scott ha acted well in former time He ; on the altar of party revenge.We TAXES TAXES seqnal
thing of the character of the regeneration, about CITY, June 10, 1S-IC Tax-Collector's second and last Precinct Notice. i' Gabriel Lambert, Percival Keene,
dd Mm* gallant feats in the last "o. but them j such is made in the whig publish the fi.llowingeatraet at the request of committee have made :j Leon de Cavalier, Moore' Epecnrian.
should which rejoicing canp The investigating at length TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN. j
not be thrown over him now, a mantle to I ICe The complete Florist, or manual of Gardening.
his faolu and mistake He a uolaunls and appreheni.ive that" our friend of the Sentinel may many o Sr.atoreltcol'l particular and personal a report| and asked to be discharged. The charges SHALL tttetid at the following places again for Pictorial fiible Ncs. to 32, for subscribers.
gained : to notice the matter, we extract from the first as as political i friends. We need not repeat| thatSte. made against Wi-bster a'j.car, to beunfounded d. Uio'it I the collecting the State and County taxes
,'l purpose| SChOOL BOOKS
L in the acsAnthnn's
Honda the evidence
and that
admitted ol
war, won no golden opinions from : is some unexplained '
the his cours* most cordially in this matter: due for the present ear in the County of Leon to-
tht people who were then living here. In the present message of the new whig Go\ernor. following approve by other portions had rather a forked appear wit : Virgil, Clark's Crsar, FlayfaJr Euclid,

statesmanlike and patriotic sentiments : ance. There is also a minority report by one member i Keys to Day Algebra,Swift's Philosophy; ,1st part,
! war he At Wilcox'a Lake Jackson on Monda
teems to George ,
better. He i is ,
doing no
b benevolent principles and IDmt Trtntan lailytet.. of the committee. I am glad Ihtse charges "rcunsu.lolJn i Eclectic Readers No. 1,2,3. WalUrvs Dictionary,
.Our is a country 22d o'clock until 12 o'clock m.1|
Jnne. Irom 10 m
: Nine we think to live upon the fam and ,1or I luther sLavery o of unequalled liberty. I, I X I: MAnDRECSEDTO J. I rejoice for the sake of our publicmen. At Reuben Manning's, on Tuesday.32d June from I, Smith's Arithmetic Copy Books, Writing Parchment

which acquired in the prime uf bis manhood. He This e1celh..d. with the doctrine ol o'clock I Slates, Green figured leper for Window Curtains
exception SENATOR WTCOTTON nFAPIUfC HIS 10 o'clock a m. until 4 p. m.
>> anxious to act the statesman with our declaration ol A very serious difficulty i is arising between Gen. 36 inches wide, &.C., &.r.
to ever to do much II popular: litwrtt, at variance MANLY AND PtFENCE OF MR. At yrd's shop.lainonia L1ke. n Wednesday 24th ,
moral "PIUT.n Scott and Secretary Marcy. The published correspondence Just received per brig Emetine,and for sale by
tour -
a a warrior. He calculates to closely upon his liberty and equal l rights and repugnant WEBSTER AGAINST MR. IMGLH June, from 10 o'clock a. m until 12 o'clock m. j
) entailed the framers of our will luily explain the situation of thesegentlemen. Maw 23. IMC. 4i P. A. HAYXVARD.Notice. .
by 25th
chance to into the White House, to allowed sense was upon us A nobler wreath is on thy brow At PUjah Church Cenrrevule, on Thursday,
Gener.l Games i is here to
b cf expected
e constitution whose for the admission sogieit answer '
palliation June, from; 10 o'clock a. m. until o'clock.p. m. .
much time (o great achievements-hi. ambition a blot upon our system, was the weak and em- Than even that thy talents won, charges against hunt of acting contrary to law At Beard's Store, Miccosookie, on Friday. 2flth '
weeks after I hall the Hon.
mothers, all the good that is in him. The President b"Wil. condition of the country at the close a the For thou hast dared to defend the fame and in violation of orders. General Taylor will con June, Irom 10 o'clock a. m. until 3 o'clock p. m. SIX imply to
of Probate in and
for the CcuntT of Jefferson
cotumand ot the the Uio Grande.
tinue on
I revolutionary var. But what can be Mid of the New slandered son. m army At Roach X Roads,on Saturola,,:7tb June.froUi
d right to keep him in Washington. There he ? Of proud England's The volunteers trom this quarter "illlea\'e here for letters cl administration "de font rum,**
generation the United States Graspingterritory .
until 4 o'clock m.At
present in o'clock, a. m. p.
in the midst of the whom he in the steamship Massachusetts which on the estate of Everett V1ite. Isle of said Connty
"i human misery to-morrow ,
b enemy Imll for the purpt.of increasing Forgetful of all party !strife Fort Stansbury.on Monday,29th Junefrom 10 deceased. THEOPHILUS BEATTY.
most to dread, and can show his bravery by has been chartered for that purpose. They number o'clock
Back the scorner thou hast burled o'clock a. tn.lntil1 p. m.
on Jefferson
knce which be make. I .Texas has been annexed to The United States shafts about five hundredand are the right kind of fellows. At Fort Braden on Tuesday, 30th June from 10 County, May 16,1546. 43 6t
may his
for no higher than to an institution With withering Ior. \noDIE Late advices from Mexico lead us to anticipate a
We object o'clock a. to. until 1 o'clock p.m.
had occasion, last week, in (peaking of the prpeluat. the revolution in that ill-fated the exactions Notice.
which degrades the dishonorsthe Proclaiming to listening world country ; The Tax of Leon County ate again respectfully .
conduct of General Gaines t deprecate a hesitating God of Heaven. For doing this there is no excuse made upon the Churches will only hasten the cruis. requested pavers to make payment without delay. SIX month after date, I shall present my final

Pulley i in this war with Moxjco.and to express some that wi avail for oar country before a righteousJudge. That the same spirit\vhich of yore The war on the Rio Grande is probably over. A. A. FISHER, and vouchers u the Administrator of
fee lest New hampshire wipe out the stain Led to the field thy patriot sires Our English advices are favorable to an early settlement Tax Collector. Josiah Woodard, deceased, and apply to the Honor
Sheriff"and ex officio
tb administration, in using such severity which has been flung upon her, by party machinery Glows in thy breast-that thou like they ot our controversy about Oregon. 13, IslG. 47 able Judge ol Probate of Madison County for letter

ta on who had acted with such energy andIromptne.s set in motion at the Baltimore convention, wherebyshe Darcst to resist injustice dire. Several Representatives have gone home in orderto erne of dismission as the Administrator of said estate.

wm inclined to much to an orer-can- has been made to ac contr to the true-spirit raise troops in their respective States and join the Notice.SIX WILLIAM WOODARD..

tioui and dilatory policy. The correspondence of her original democracy, contrary to the true New Jersey proudly claims her son! army shout to invade Mexico, There u certainly in months alter date the undersigned will pre. Madison County. May 23.1846. 44 6m

C1iwe feelings of three fourths of her citizen While we Unmixed her bl'>od flows in thy veins this more patriotism than propriety.A his accounts and Touchers to the Judge of
ae noticing, we are glad to tee, shown a extensive auction is the
in Southern
to remain a very going on building 1836.
North not permitted .' tbe
of the are Probate vf Loon County, M >dmiiu rat oo
"7 cit dilPoito; on the part ol the adminu- State. by our agenti, for the repose of obtain Though thou ba.t shrived thy household gods, lately occuried by the .'au..nd great quantities( estate of Henry T. CopelaJId.ed apply for letters WHISKEY.T
Mr. for evil, and to 'Neath Southern skies-on Southern plains.A all kinds of goods are being sold very low. t'OUR BARRELS MONONGAHELA .
IC Polk, by his impatience thi low ing jwt ice. let U!render good say dimision from the itaid estate. : distillation of Lbs showS
Winchester ,
a ala combination of the Hale Virginia,
of whatever rank or By means temporary ( ) -
southern brethren tD/o JERSEY WHIG. WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL. Ada'r.June .
lft. of General Scott*, which M the Cenral'. our into New Hampshire they may independents and whigs in New Hamshire,Hale, former d te-warranted m.urpwd by any ever before

w!ed reD (or writing m he did to the Secretary that if they come and if *nr be claimed u M. C., has been chosen Speaker and Colby 13.1S48. 47 brought to this market. For sale by
l 1 liberty with ut, writer in northern
War. A
*w equal Horrors a FLAGG.
enjoy of paper STAIR LLOYD t
.tbowi that he designed quick energetic slaves. a riU of their ,tl', (whig) elected Governor The Legislature elects Notice.
ovtmnts. md that he it rertlen when n how who founded I"ant.ott or mutual u contract.le t'e thoirn to the sat. dilating upon the misfortunes and uncertainties to the Governor. I need not say such combinations are SIX months after date, I will present my account May 9. 1S48. 42Gold

Widerbimdo HampshkejY' which the fort defenders are subject, and depicting short-lived. vouchers,and make application to the Hoi. Pens

: "" D a in the tame tpirit; a with facts.. If Congress ifa Se hue the ..otituUona.1tigbt to numerous instances sufficient to test the courage of No Senator elected yet in Maine.In Judge of Probate of Gadxden County for letters t>f TUST received, Brig Emeline, two down NoJ -
This u what D would tbe House of Representatives a bill has passedfor the ol Daniel per
deig. we hoped to ee.- or dismission as administrator on estate :
who ..bOIiSb slavery in the Did Colwblat inmate, thus laconically de..ib the death admission 1 Gold Pens, with silver case and pencil; Coral
l every the of Iowa into the Union and another of said
Smith County.
command from .f ,
wi t officer be- tAem t nd Armlets for ml 1 b* /
a look better for 1.1 Bead. Necklace, ;
rm Brown in the Fort oppositeMilTwirns
of th* intrepid Major to enable Wisconsin to form a.State Government H. J. DAVIS. Adm'r.MItY .
1 flowi and petulAnt too not mt fret State. Mar 23.184 44 P. .A. HAY WARD.THE
e1irge i t "MI wIth J tt :-" On one occasion, I I W rising So we go. Where U this to end A sharp 16, I4<5. 43 6m
o even brook hetitation. Such conduct Coatrarf_ the ioeenditryexprewjoai



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-O. Administrator's Notice. AtTII n WAREHOUSE New, Extensive and Splendid A Safe and Efficient
.mII mg m ni!
: ASSORTMENT OFCLTha Remedy for Worms,may be found ia Dr.Woodraffi
HOUSE AND STAIR ntJILDI G. 1 A LLpersonsindebtedtotheestateof Brooks .
.t : -- ----- _- --- late of will J : O.
;JI jfjL widow, Jefferson County deceased, W0EM SFEOTFIO.]
: GERARD VINGERIIOETS, Notice. make immediate payment to the lubribr; and (l0ii 1 are now receiving a fine awc/t-. .

3IX months after date.1 shall present my account those having claims against said mu {MSSWttttAr.VEST.INGS lIE for Worma
(.''at door Siuth of the Union Batik) etate. present ab'rr patiQ
1 ::I O and vouchers a executor of the lift will and them for payment to the administrator within the which they are prt'pao to mamufacture in T tam y. 'Yr fer-

GIVES lotice that he is prepared to testament of Richard G Welfor. dceat. to the time re-Iule by law, or they will be barred of re th roost fashionable manner. .lS.a large supply other preparations for Wom aduntge the fact'e that
'; -I his friends and the public Honorable Jmf E. l' ofLeon JAMES BROOKS MADE CLOTHING be with 7
rom Prte covery. R READY can given perfect safety to a child of
with articles of CABINET FUR- an
in any County and move for a discharge a ex- Jeflerson Co. April 2-5,1816. 2m Adm'r.Notce. 11 f nor i is it to give other
; necessary
) NITURE. made up in a style not to be 'cent or as testamentary guardian appointed by said (made up by ourselves,)in the latest style consistingin age 8it,or sifter it, a it operates any upon the}eieinWth .
.. surpassed by any workman in the State will. S. SIBLEY. part of .
tho Worms and ,
CIARLE carrying away cleansing t: .
.* and at prices corresponding with the May 30, 1 Q 1G. CmNotice. ALL person indebted to the estate of Robert FRANCISCUS WIENKCRrpAKES Frock, Dress and Uu.lnes Coats : of unhealthy secretions at the same time. bowels

time*. Bareaas,Sofas,Tables of various kinds, Settees ,late of Leon County, deceased]1.wil thii method to inform the public that he Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats, A trial of it, tee tik. wilt give
Wardrobes, Chairs and every description and make immediate payment to the subscriber and 1.Ir l.
; JL has his Cabinet Warehouse to the Cloaks and OvercoatsTweed, Saxa Gotha one. It may cure
style of Furniture made to order or repaired:! at the 1 l IX months after d.itc I shall final those claims against said estate must rt'movl any eveiy leh f is
my present .
present having building occupied by Starr* Co.,next dooi and Beaver Bus.Coats* Surtouts. our confidence in it, that we are willing to
shortest" notice. He i id: also prepared to contract for ami vouchers the Hon. of Probate the Administrator warrant
account to Judge them for payment to within the<
'I in the ol which h in instance
to Peck's Tin Manufactory rear Vest benefiting every or the
the building of Houses, and such other work as isfrenerally Plain and Fancy it money will
: in and fo the County of Jeflerson, and apply time required by law,or they win he barred of recove the business of a CABINETMAKERUNDERTAKERandUPhiOLSTERERand
done by hOll e carpenters. 1 In pricein (lor a discharge a Administrator of the estate of Joseph ry. R. T. BRCHE Administrator. intends to carrY on : Black and figured Satin Sillc, Cashmere, Valencia, b refundtd.CERTfCA
this will be such induce! th.*,'do.i- and Silk Velvet. T.D.
department as to Manning, late. of said County deceased. Tallahassee. May IS.r. -2 2 feels well prepared to execute orders in eitherof had
rious of building to give him employ, while the Duality ROBERT C. any PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. \ nefTO
JtR.Jtfersln branches of has been sick for time.
Last Notice. the above bibuine. some Not
of his work if it Joe not will at 1ea.teVual kaow-
surpass County, May 1G, ISIG. 43
any work done in this city. fjm. indebted to the estate of Henry J. He is provided with the best materials for the At8O-A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ing what was the matter with it,we had pretty much

To the citizens of Tallahassee, and !I'lrrnu."II11 Notice. ALL persons., deceased, late of Ln County are manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture. Cotton &. Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett, Merino given u doing any thing for it ; hownn.u a J Jut

country, he would return his most hearty thanks for) OIX months after dote. I shill apply to the Hon- hereby notified that payment b made without such a Secretaries, Bureaus, Tables, Bestead.. 44 Lambs-wool, Canton resort, we concluded to try some of your .

the patronage: he has heretofore received, and trust O orable Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for delay to S. S. SIIJLEY. Agent a no further indulgence Chairs, &c., &c., in the neatest and perfec Stocks, "Colas and made Flannel and SpUif.: thinking it probably might be Worms that
.. Letters of dismission Administrator of Joel t 'le. He will also repair any description of it much-accordingly we
that he may continue to give satisfaction, and enjoy as can be Iranttt : Cravats, JeansUndershirtsandGloves ha reduce s commeDe
their confidence and favor. Walker late of .said county dcceasM. MANNING, Adm'r. tuic.I Drawers, your Specific, (which,by tie 1
JESSE WALKER. 1 le would return his grateful thanks the citizen' rightly named,) when astonishing to Ml,it
February 2S. 191C./ 28 ly February 2 .I 1841. 32 Hand'chiefs.silk, cambric Half Hose, COQ.
of Tallahassee for the liberal he has already menced Worms and continued
December 2"7th. ISIS. patronage and passing doing for
LAW IfQ: ( )' 1t
II. RROCKENRROUGH! &. AUGUS Notice. of their favors a he pledges him.t.l to Jive satisfaction died some of them a foot or more in length,othf

WILLIAM MAXWELL will practice in part. Q IX months after date, I lull. present to the Hon.O J. R. F011TUNR to all who may give in Evf ry requisite to a Grtrman'J Wardrobecan twisted and knote together in hard balls, 1 tht

nership.! They will attend the counties Ifth Middle Jll.:1 of Probate fnr Jefferson County my finaliccoiiut now receiving. per brig Republic and daily ex price and |ualitv of his work. be found at their on the most reasonable they could separated without cutting tbl

p. Districtofflrida. Jackjon and! Frankln c,,un arid vouchers as Administratrix' of JeremiahDrew IS petting per brig Peconic from New York a large< January 10, 1810. 2.' terms. Our stock wi b repleniheo b .the apart. Knowing that a Worm Ieicne. so ..,

lies, in the Apalachicola District. Th n.tinU of late of said County, deceased ; and shall then and well selected! assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE arrival of almost every t'w York daring as yours has proven to.be.would by hondredi
Thomas Georgia. The Court Appeals of Florida pply for letters of dismission as such Administratiix. : DRY GOODS,.suitable for the Spring and Summer To' the friends of the Insane. the season by new goods purchased by Mr. if they only knew of its virtues,I have concluded to

and the District and Circuit Courts; of tho United RACHAEL. DREW.. trade, consisting in part of the following : f"PHE Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum I STILLMANwho will remain North daring the give you this certificate,so that all may know wberi'

States at Tallahassee. Jertlrson County .\jJrill. ISIG. 39 <*..mIVolicc. Prints Paris Shade Robe, Jat Williamsburg,would inform the public of the winter for that purpose. We flatter ourselves, by to find a medicine that can be relied on.JOSEPH .
t Fancy ? Southern States that by a recent law of the Legis SI!IPPET.
RfflEVCEr : White Linen Drench such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY -
WM. II. nROCKENHROUGH.TalUhassee. Dri. Satin HarfJe. lature.they are empo\ red to receive insane patients, FOR CASH we shall be to sell cheaper Columbus July 29, IS 15.
K. MAXWELL months alter date I shall apply to the lon.I Brown" paying board from othtr States. This i is the oldest enahJe
AUGUSTUS SIX R bes.Cotonadc than other the city. All]
Fisrured Bansly { any
Jeflerson for Graduate institution kind in the havi been
of Probate for of the Union
e *
April 1Q. 181: persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitedto TJI. TAPE WORJf.
dismission Administrator of Edmund .lats founded the Colonial Government in 1709 and
as Gray by
Wh't Muslin call and examine and judge for themselves. This is have made use of
Bacon and Iork. of said County, deceased.GEORfiE. 1ixtmts. i U,from its location,best adapted for Southerners,being toct'rtify.that D.Vo.
S IDES. Shoulders, Hams and Prime Pork just received W. STANDLEY..JetTersn 5 ranl. Blonde and Herna- i removed from the piercing cold of the North,and CLARK &SILLMAN. ruff's I Wor in my family in r-
and for sale bv Cotton ; Monroe street net door to Star &Flagg. ses, with the happiest effect. In one case it broathtawar
County January: '10). I"-l. 2 Km : from the enervating heat of the Its curative
: Suth.
;Rich Satin November 1. ISI5. 15 tf immediately Wormt of the
STARR. LLOYD k FLAGG.April London Drilling, stripe Barege capacky is of the highest : out often some fifty kind
IS. 39 Notice. Light Plaid Gingham. Scarfs, called JJieariJet-bat its most remarkable effect was
1811. cases if within the first six month
/ t-irlston Dress Capes f'co\r. rect'in- SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. exhibited in another case, a girl of rather delicti
months after will final Fancy
date we present our of the disea e. It I is easy of steamers daily
M. D. PAPY, SIX and voucher as the adminitrator of I Cout ;Rich French work colars. stop at a wharf not far from the aCC'S.As)8 lum. The modern TIlL subscribers take pleasure in informing the health, who complained prety .(constantly "*CT

( @E W Robert Y. Well ford,deceased, and apply to the Hot Irish Linens, \ fancy Silk Point. treatment upon the non-restraint 8)'stlm. is in of Tallahassee, and the surrounding abdomen. Being satisfied sr. J'Ii' been rt 'tf f
l 9 Damask Linen Napkins, Shaded fringe cord that have received the last with Worms of some kind,we : the 4<5p .
Jud c of Probate for Leon County lor letters of dig l successful operation. The apartments admit of classification countr. they just by ar adm.1:3tere
in the in the Middle "
WILL Court mission a administrators of said estate. Towels Egyptian Mits, of patients according to their tate of mind rivb New York a splendid assortment' of c6c. and to our atonilhment. from her
Office on the floor .f the Capitol CHARLES S. SIBLEY ) L. C. hkfs (emb. super.) Sleeve and waist girdles and also a complete! division of the classes of society. Fashionable, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. And numb of pieeet of Tape Worm, from t to

j South wins, room formerly occupied by tin- J. CARAWAY SMlTII.5Adin"Aprilr Cambrics and Jaconetts, Ladies white:anc colored The fare i is e'ct'nelt. and the board 4 per week. they will be constantly receiving from New York or eight inches in length Since that ,her

Secretary of the Territory. >. I'.I. 4t) rm Grass Cloth kil Gloves, We have neat I-rooms, a parlor tastefully furnished and New Orleans (selected by the first house in the health has considerably improved; and I have .
No\embr 15.1845. 17 thread Edgings, Gents' do. : doubt but that the Medicine has relieved her of that
Irish and with curtains,carp t,sofa,cfntre-tablt'.oUomanf. above places, with the greatest care and alt'ntion.
OSEPH BRANCH. L OB. BRANCH. Notice. Cambric and Muslin (e<.lj-2'J ; 'II) ps. rich Bonnet Ribings mirrors, books :and a piano: airy verandahs for sum particularly for this market) all seasonable goods much to b drt'ade Worm. The I Speifc is ia

J. & L. BRANCH, SIX months after date' I shall} present to the lion and inserting,) buns, mer retreats ; an extensive enclosure for evening the aboe line which they offer low for cash at high repute place,and is wihout a-nl-

p ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, e of Probate 'for Jeflerson County my fnalaccount Back Trimming Lace _Fancy Caps, rambles; a carriage for morning and evening rides ; their store in Tallahassee or Monticello.L. uable remedy. for VV orms. f-

and vouchers a Executor of I Insertings' Rich Fancy Parasoletfes, room furnished with books and newspapers &H. GREENBERG &CO. JOHN J. LITTKS.Whiteville .
4 connection T.'LLAHAIIiE.with the Southern Wo..ls. late of :said county, de'vas d, and shall then : Printed Paris Lawns, ;A large assortment of reading; and moreover various means of amusement. March 21,181035 1 Harris Co.Ga., Jan. 10, J.I <

THEIR & Trust Company having entirely I.ifEln"u.ceased 1. apply for letters of dismisiol as 'irh Executor.BENJAMIN N. S. Sulphide )fl.lin. ; French Rowers, ;A Chaplain resides in the building! and preaches to Tax Collector's Notice.
MANNING. Plaid Swiss Muslin, :Fin{ straw Bonnets, Sabbath. Letters of i nqniry should DR. WOODRUFFSDYSENTERY
will hereafter their attention patients
to their profession.- give ulu"i\.1 Jeflerson County, March 7, P'IG..< 33 ;iniIVolicc. Ombre 'EasIeEyc! U be dir ------ tracts of land: The north west half of the north
Plain Swi. and Hook do. .
s JFlcrenceOmbre
of the Eastern : Williams-
They attend the Court of the State, Asylum CORDIAL
wi Supreme U east quarter and the north east half of the north
and the Courts for the Middle Circuit.March Bazariue. Neapolitan burc. Virginia.March For Diarrhea, Dytentary ,
4 IX months after dale I Ihal present my final acK1 Printed Padded Rutland west qimter Section twenty-one. Township three.
?. lS4fl. 33 II I, 1 ). 31 eowlOw Cholera and Summer
and vouchers Eh three, hundred and Infanlum
count as Adminitratorefslmld Satin Stripe Mourning 'Rich Lace Range containing one sixty acres
JOHN Scot t,deceased], and apply to Hon. Judji cProliate If Balzarines *Sa'n Victoria emb" of land more or less,and tc be sold before the CourtHouse Complaints Children.

1 A TTO EHSlINE.. .\ W : of Jelforson County for letters of dismissionas Broche fig ired mourning ;English Patterns"Muslin WILLIAM H. WARD door, in the town of Quincy on the first Mon o

I Administrator of said estate.ALEXANDER. 'Paris lace trim'd ATTORNEY .> f LAW AND] GENERAL AGENT, day in July, 1S1Q, for the County taxes due Gadsden From Hon. H. ii?. Illiard. late U. S. .Vtnitter

Qulnry. 1110rla.WILL SCOTT. of Washington I). C. County for the 1943,1S44 and 1845 and costs, .
City years
attend ( ; .f Gd4en! I The above were selected by a gentleman ot decided -
2 Is 10. 40 OmNolle. the of Malcom HOUSE
the Circuit Court of Middle( Florida i Jtlfcrsol County), -pri : taste and he rests assured that those who will announces that he will attend property GiIchrist : or REPREfElAnTE'.1

and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia .'. call .and examine cannot do otherwise than award RESPECTFULLY of Claims before the several JAMF. lc ILL.N.Quincy. Washington D. C., April 1, 186 J
Dec. 29 Co. dear Sir A few
November 22, IMS. 19 tf months aftec date, we thal present our ac- him that credit. Executne Departments of the Go\'ernnnt. and l't5. Colttor. D. JJlruf My : days .*I
SIX which
fjcj-:: Sentinel copy. .' current and : the Hon. Judge I He ha also just received from New Orleans: claims against the United States for Lands llont'v. Laws of Florida. \ you were good enough It

of Probate lor Jefferson County, and then apply, for Rich clLr'l Canton Crapo Shawls worth $40, to the settlement of Public Accounts to t ?- FEW copies Pamphlet Laws of Florida late send me. My friend Col. Seaborn Janet would
; have of it the I have laid aside
It'f'f of disunion a executor and executrix of; figured Linen Cambric fur Gf'C. fore corml.siunt'ro undvr Indian: or other Treaties, A Session, for sale by when part I ; remandr. f

COMMISSION MERCHANT JoMih] M. White Itt (If said County, dtTcasod.THEOPHILUS 44 Paris Lawns, to Pre-emption other Land. Claims and] to the March 21, 1S40. P. A. 1. use On the other may nt'e have added a statement

No. 4. Front Levee, F.l.fY.JL Embroidered Robes, procuiing of Land Patents. to Pensions in the Army Y\\R. rae ony

NEW 0-n I. A X S. La. r .A. HEA 44 Back Thread Mantilhs-worth $-25, and! Navy, or business connected therewith, to theobtaining Tax-Collector's Sale. appreciation.Having used of the a a 1edicne.Dr M. WoodruffI

attend to BUYING! SELLING, RECEIV J.-f.r.J County), "cbrar 2". ltf 32 f mS Ion! O. K. Mitts, (new stle.) of Patents for scientific or useful Inventions T)Y virtue of the power vested in me by lav. I shal do not hesitate to Corda a most valuable Med

WILL// G and FORWARDING, with promptness Notice.X of\loch he offers on the most resnabe terms. and to all other business: of a public nature requiring JD expose for sale, before the Conrt House icine. Indeed, for pronounce such of the bowels
and March 21,1 l"I'-. :: an Agent. the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon, aftcio5 I
despatch. -'
rionthsafUr date, the unt.. rsiuued will apply : we smt'time with Sutb. I know
Claims against promptly attended to, noting
NovemberS,1c15. Ifi to the Honorable James iS:. Hrootnc, Judze ol. State Tax CollcrtorS Kale. titles investigated inci'iJuah, in Avgust next, at all equal to it."

.t 'TDr. JXO. G. GAMBLE, Jr., t'iobate,t'f Leon county,for letters of dijmi: ?>ion .trl'" BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Information' ; given&t.free of charge. \1 letters lobe the IhefrsL1Inday s much therf a wit HENRY W. HILUAR&.
shall sale the
before Court Hou
.1 the estate of F. Urant:deceased. expose tor e
t the State Tax due on the same for the
OFFERS .Professional Services to lh titi7'n* I' F. WIENKFR ) dour, in the tow n of Jasper, County of I Hamilton,on l..l.pait. pay WlN J W.S1cT2R2NandE.adjoininglands year To Dr. M. Woodruff:
Iand its vicinity.: Admr REFEREVCFS :
) Nor. 1S43. 17 VlGERIUES a. The first Monday in September next, A. S. WHITE U. S. belonging to Col. R W. Williams, owner not Dear Sir : My little son was attacked with Dysentery -
19. f. .
I January I'), ; lon.. i:. A HAN.VEGAN Snate. known about six weeks since, violently. I called in
the following or so much thereof as will
property the aid
best medical without arresting the disease.
I I'- n : M No I icc. pay' the and County taxes due on the same for ALEX. H.'RPOW. TheEi.N E3andSEJS25; NW.INE1.
Sate When I had lost all ,I
nearly hope ic-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOrTAT LAW, I months after date, I shall apply to the Hon the >ear 1 C J:: JAMES SEMPLE, I. SJi.T3.R2NadEEI.SEJ.S29; W 101 c
t Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida. SIX D. R. ATCHISON, I j, S W, 3, 3, E.,situated near Man- cidently came across your Cordil. After reading
e of Probate in and for Jefferson County for The S E J ot Sec 33, and the E J of the N F 4 ofSec ant the certificates of recommending
f November 2*,1*IS. 1 JQ letters of dismission Executor of John Moore, 3 ,and the entire section :31, and the W C.AHL", I ningtors purporting to belong to Lewis Ccnner and gentlemen V'bom see -
: it I concluded
a S bottle and
to try a began to girt
i I.AIV > l.tef said county, 35, and the E i of the S W J of Sec 21i. all of I .J. J. HARPIN, of Illinois. the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company.TheEiSE4St.VfSW4SI0NV4. it directions and
::1.It't. dC3tIURDY by me morning after breakfast bj
MOORE. R12NandE. The NE4ofS2arsltheN i of 44 S. A. DOUGLAS, J ; ,

Wo W 0 Jefferson County), January_ 17, l'll. 20 Om S 3, and the N E: 4 ol 54,1.1, R 12, Nand E.,purporting 44 U'ILL"GREEN of Kentucky. S15, Tl.R I. Sand F' S 17, T 1. R 1. N and E. cured.noon, to It all has apprnce. the him disease twice since w,entirely but

1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Notice. to belong to the estate of Hector W. Braden. I JOHN Psri-rirof Indiana. except the E J, S E 4 said section; als j, E i, stopped reture readily as before. h

Florida. Also, the N W 4 oltheSE4ofS7T, 1R11, I S. C. 5.\IPI.E. W.SI7T2RINandW; EINWS9T ben a

'y.4. attend Quincy the several, Courts of Middle Flo. SIX months after date I shall present to the Hon. N and E., purporting' to belong to the estate of 44 C. P.. SMITH, I 2, R 1, N and W., adjoining the lands belonging to V t'ry rePetru11..
-- WILL !.! e of Probate for Jefferson County my final Washington Dunham. J. A. 'VRIGHT. Geo. T. Ward, 'r.,about five miles scu' at cf L BALL.
and of Decatur County .
:: Georgia. Co. Ga.
GeorgetownRandolph ,
January 3,1S4624 account and vouchers as Administrator( of Fr'neisGast Also the S E 4 of S :31, T 1. R 13, purporting to J. n Rowi.i.f, of llouri. Tallahassee, owner not known. ,Spt.l0,1S
late of said County deceased; and shall] then I belong to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. I J. HITCHES, The E J of N W J.ofS ?.inTl.RI.radW. '

I Tliot. JctT. Heir, apply for letters of dismi*.ion aistirh Administrator. Also, Sections 23 and 35, inTi, R 12, N and E., HENRY DODGE, Wisconsin.. SO acres, near Lake Jackson,purporting to belong to A fresh supply of the above valuable mediciou,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. just j received and for sale by Lewis & Ames.Drag-
It AND STEVENS Williamson.Also !
COUNSELOR HRtGEI 1 purporting to belong to the estate of Thomas Livingston. AprilI2IS1.l 3S CharIt .
t IT TILL continue to practice Superior and Jefferson County, January 10, 1 .I. j the follow- ing town -lots: -Lot P.O.-- 220- in the- gists,Tallahassee; ao.by Manning.. ',..Man-
j \ V Courts of Jefferson County, and in the : CoPartnership.TIEunJerino. nington.Leon County Jas. B. Beard,? ?! Micco-
County Alto the W J of the N El of S 33, original plan of the city of Tallahassee, and part of ;
Superior Courts of the Middle District,and the County Notice. The E i of the S W 4 of S 33, ,having Ihisday'associated. them- lot No. 171 in the north addition to the city of Tallahassee sookie, Leon County ; S. F. Burney Miccowokie;

of Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict. SIX month afterdate. I will present my accounts The E i of the 4 of S 33, \ under the firm of STARR, also lot No. 76 in the south half of the Samuel Pulestun. Druggist, Monticello; John G.Guno .
f Residence at Ion ceno. Jeflerson Cou.ity. All] vouchers. to the Hon. Judge of Probate of The WJof the:F of S 33, LLOYD arid FLAGG will continue the mercantile county quarter of said city. Merchant, Quincy ; Zabud Fletcher,P. M-,

,.1 II b'iileentrste with him, will be promptly) atten Leon. Ccunty, and apply for letters of di-mission a* The N E 4 of the S 4 of S 33, business at the Store formerly occupied by W. F. Also the lands purporting to belong to the .Apalachicola China Hill,Gadsden County; Joshua Davis,of Gadt-

adtiirii"tratrir of the estate of James Simmons, late The S W 4.of the S 4 of S 27, in T 2, R 13.V Llojd, where they will b pleased to see their former Land Cmpay."Iyin in the county of den County; D. Baker P. M., Chattaohe. and
J Much, IB 14. 33 ol said county al customers. STARR, Leon, bounded North by the line of demarcation \ Pow T3,Merchant .Maiaa
dtceae.SIL.S and E. Also, the E i of the N 4, and] the 'iVlof lr .
: Jew York City-\O. 1U Broadway. D. ALLEN. I the N E 4 of S 5,T i.E 13, N and E.: ,purport- F. LLOYD, West by the Ocklockny River, South by the county May y, 1546.. 42

r February ] I. l<;jr. rjrt 'f.rn ng to belong to the estate of Hardy Brtant. _Febnian-15lSR_t 31__ F. !L FLAGG. of Wakula. and East. by the St. Marks River, and In the Circuit Court of tbe
Not Ice. Also, the N W 4 of S-.HI, the W | of the N 1 4 of S Dr. Hull's Pulmonary Balsam, :part of .Forbes' Prchat.. MIDDLE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GADSDEN
1 months after date I shall to the lion. the N 4 ol (the S W 4 uf S 2->. the S W ol the A. '
mmJAH Om SIX apply F Fur Cold, ,thma,, Croup, Bronehitut, Williams and '
Coughs Shtf. and tx-officio Tax-Col. L. C. E. Williams
TTAS !store between (if Probate for Jefferson for letters ? v 4 of 7. the 1 i of the S W 4 of S 17, the S Joseph Rbc -
county Hoarsent,
: HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE \\here he ,of fli rnis-iion. as the Administrator of Jacob Carter, ,'4 of the S E 4 S 17, all in T I. n.ln1 14, N J7/wpnl-Cou1h I Influenza in the cheat, January 24-, 1S46. 27 Cm .:, his wife, Barino,
t \ keep hand choice selection of ind E., to belong, to B. Vas Spitting I John C. Barino, and Margaret E.Barino .
/ on a 1nCI 1 late of said countv. ,deceased. a purporting fdmunl NEW BOOKS, Ac.
Conumptin Difficulty
: I AND ENGLISH CLOTHS JOHN FREEMAN. S E J of the S W 4 of S I. 13, N and f:, of B/Ox nf Breathing 6-c. SfC. TUST received per Brig Sampson, Narrative+of the heirs of Elias.. Barino, de-

INGS 4c. He would respectfully! ,solicit a continui .. J11.rsOfl County February 1S4G. liD 29! r purporting to belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills. J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Oregon ceas.. v In Chancery.
nnvwShlT. article has long been held in high estima Cash,William Sarah
ence tnt oi nis riorina ueiiev- THIS and North California in 1S43 and 4 b J. Holand
0 paton; IreflB. ; i.ll: for (the cure of dUeases of the breast and ) Capt. Jane .
t jug he will b enabled to give them Ue mo .: P SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge February 29. 1'OG.32Iw fm lungs, and is otlertd( to the public as a remedy deserving ; The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot WarbnrtonEsq. William John G.
t - -- trial all who tlius afflicted. Camp and Charles H. .
April 5, 1545. 37 Probate for Jefferson County), for letters of a by are ., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Progress, Duppnt.TT
dismission as administrator of Norman: High,late ofsaid I ($ iJ. Particular directions accdmpany each bottle of the Tupper'Prove ial Philosophy book of appearing to the satisfaction of the Coon,b

1s M'CANTS & SPENCER, Comity, rfCI JULIUS HIGH. 200 PIECES rich style Prints, Muslins Ginghams medicine. Price 50 cents. and arguments originally treated, thought JL the affidavit of complainant's lictO. that .
Sold in Tallahassee,Florida, by D. Cash one cf the defendants to of complaint -
t.l ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Jeflrw 1ft, isjfi. i't Om Bareges, lialzarmes. Muslin Ginghams Illustrated edition oi Vicar of Wakefield, bi
ShawU, Scarfs, Capes and Collars Gloves LEWIS &AME.Druggists. Dante's filed herein resides beyond tbe lmit of this
Ii \WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis- Admhl1r:1or'4 Notice. Mills, Hosiery. a superior assortment of.Laces and DPmhr ft i, 145. The Poetical of Works translated by H. T. Cary State and within the jurisdiction Cnite

and the Court of Appals. and in th months aferd.e. the undersigned!wit!make Embroidered Muslin and a variety of Philosophy Mystery by Dendy States, that is to say within the State of Teu:
SIX Trirmin" Samuel 'V.Carma k. SamnelB.Stephen Holmes' life of Mozart
ower Counties of Georgia. Monticello' .. hnal the That the said James D. Cash
to of
Judge Probate appear
FTa. Ofce rfur a ebibit articles to numerous mtution. Just rtei'e and J. Wayle linker, Arnold's Rugby School Sermons, i Od"f d
.____Sept. IStj. ts for Leon. Cssity a administrator on the estate and for sale by Parker's aids to I plea or answer the bill of complaint e
of Roderick Mrlnnis deceased and ask ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW English composition before the first of
$30 KI2WAHD. for a discharge L. GREENBERG & CO. hert'l. on or Monday Otob
& Chances and Life it Is
{s. RUNAWAY 'from the 15 as such administrator. 21. I .. formed a partnership in the practice or Changes a ,by Chalet next, or that the same be taken confessed
Mach ; HAVE a
lubribr miC : _ _ Burdett ,
Economy by
east of l'shlahassee, on night; of JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. and will give their joint attention to busines Rura Colonies usinghaul.Bk said J amt D. Ch. and complainants havelefe .

; inst., a nEt man TOM five feet, five inches; March 14, I il6. :34 OmAdministrator1 lOTICE. 'confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit of Good by John FrOt.Bok Frost, to proceed cx porte: Provided, Tat a copy oUU
j .. and a half high i light complexion and an intelligent FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE: In THE SOUTH- and in the Counties of Jackson ant Franklin of the Examples, by order b published once a week monUJV'-
The book of
Thomas K.
: countenance; a with a tea Notice. CIRCUIT 0,FLORIDA. Wfter Circuit. SAMUEL B. STEPHENS will continue Christmas by Her T. vious the day aforesaid,in one of the ) ,
: extending between pake fort'hea. root bib SIX months after date, I shall apply to the lion THE heirs of John H- Swyer. dpe. will ( to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL W. CARMACKand Elinor WUs. edited by J. G. Cooper published in Talaha. DeW
nose; about thirty years old. o Judge of Probate of Leon County for letter notice that I to proee- J. WAYLES BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the Husbad, The Squire, The Heiress,by Dated 14th 1a1,156.

.. The above reward will be given to any person apprehending of dismission on the estate of Charles A. Nelson. ings,fJrth\"ith. in the Circuit Court for the firm wi spend a part of his time at Apalchicola. Mis.Pickering (Sigo. W. MACRAE,
said slave Tom on the delivery of the late of sid County deceased. to foreclose the mortgage I hold ana \ attend to any direco .a 0 Love.uio,and or the Sultr's Apprentice Horace by A. Dumas Judge .presiding in M. C.Gadsden C.
JAMES A. BERTHELOT certain real'estate of John H. deceased, that Mesmerismby by Smith tree :
same to meat my plantation. upon SW'er. plce. copy
..., I.: CIIAS. L. POWELL. Surviving Administrator. in the city of Key West, situated corner of Dcembr 20, I S45.. 22 The illustrated history of Palestine,by Jno. Kitto, I. R. HARRIS, Clerk.

L April Il. 191G. 38 March 21, 1<34<*>. 35 Gm Duval and Front streets, and known as part of lot The Manuel of Matrimony by a Bachelor, May 1S48. 43 4m
Apalachicola Land Mysteries of the Backwoods, by T. B. Thorpe author
; number three in square number seven, according to Company.
CLOTHING CLOTHING. Notice. A. G. Bowman's plan of said city. warned not to of Tom Owen, III the Circuit Court of the
persons are hereby trespass
assortment ALL A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions in
A CLOTHING: Also, SHOES, HATS SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. CHARLES MALLORY.By to make use of. or commit waste in any unlawful Needle-work, MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUNT.IN
: BOOT. of Probate flf Jefferson S. R. MALLORY. his the lands of the
received County for lettersof Attorney. manner on Apalachicola
Lc.,just and for Fleming Field Nich The Girl CHANCERY.
i: L. II. GREENBERG CO. dismission a Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Key West, March 7,1846. 3 eow4m Land Company which have not been regularly disposed of Venice The West Bgelow., Orange Between
S March & 35 & Jones,late said County,deceased. Take Notice. of by us, or our competent agent or agents Bellamy, E.r.
21. o Love and Murder Durbin's Observations in the of
IS6. RICHARD extra price will be paid for Hides stretched heretofore, a the penalty of the law will be strictly Belay, dec'd., -
TAYLOR East, Csesar, Euclid,
E. BARNARD Jr., Jeffi.r.onConnty, Dec. 20, I<<15. fm AN pegs,after the Indian fashiorjby enforced against all offenders. Noye's Clak's Plyfairs. ic. for Win- "Bill for foreclott. -
S his and the public Applications be made for purchases,leases or NeMu Paper ] sure of It.
frien. May 10, 145. 42 M. L. BAKER. may
Notice. dow Curtains. House and
INFORMS Paper fee., &c. Rowles
store on the corner otherwise, for the"undisposed of portions or tract Rrdt't. Mary Executrix of Jo gage k
> ha
of Monroe ten Two Hundred Foot SIX months after date I shall present my final ac- Claims against the United States. of said lands lying and bin in the counties of Wa. For sale by P. HAYWARD.January seph R. Rowles, deceased, et.o .

_streets, nearly opposite the Court House and vouchers to the Hon. Judge cf Pro- JOHN P. nuv AL, of TalaasS Florida and kulla. Loon, Gadsden Franklin and known: a 21,1546. 27 /.. Defendant

: r where may be found a general assortmentof bate in and for the County of JtfNon. and apply J FRANCIS A. Washington City, the"Forbes Purchase,"to our duly authorized agent, TO PRINTERS. appearing to t"he satisfaction of the Coutt.b1 tlL .

genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every attention for :discharge as Admini trtor nun.of the will prosecute claims against the United States from Mr. JAMES E BETTNER, in the vicinity of Quincy. Type Foundry Printer Furnishing rt"oU8t. affidavit of complainant, that the defendant,said
p paid to order of Physicians and Planters. estate of James Hall, late of said county deceasedWM" Florida or ese\\htrc. uter to DUVAL &DICK- JOSEPH DEL\FFLD. J Mary Rowles. Executrix as resides cot of

S All good quality, lowir eah. BUDD. SON, T.I.haee. ,post pai. will attended LEWIS THE subscribers have opened a new Type Foun the State of Florida, and in aornd. Virginia:

,: artice ha warr'te, a supply of SHERMAN'S Jefferson County, January 17, 114( 266m to. &D CKfNS Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co. in the city ot New York where they are // w Ordered, That the said defendant o aad

M L', WORM COUGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTICI Administrator Notice. April 25. IS46.. 40 January 1". 1".W.. ready to supply orders to any extent, for any kind cf answer said bill within four months, or app .
job or ftncy Tvpe, Ink, Paper, Cases, Galleys, Brass
'I ,s;,. J3ZENGES, valuable articles, and the most agree months after date I will apply to the Honor. Tax Colclor'sNolce. Notice. Rule Steel column do.. Composing Stick, Chases shall be taken for confessed : Provided, That pub -

: ale form of .dmini.tprinj mfidnt. the SIX Judge of Probate for Leon county for letters T HAVE this day leie upon lots Nos. eight nine, undersigned!, duly authorized agent of the I and every article necessary for a Printing Office. cation in be the made city of of this order in some newsaprpt.d

SHERMANS PI.ASER of dismission as administrator of the estate ot J. and ten and elfve. McNei's survey containing THE of the Apalachicola Land Company, .:The Type which are cast in new moulds from a months Talaa.once we fr
ever -
bt plaster of'r( thl Joshua Sills, late of said County, deceased. sixteen hundred e j entire new set of matrixes with successively
Pains in the Side,and Weak acres ofand. or less,lying between is i prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts deep counters, are Dated 12th Mar. 1846.
t I Reumatism.. SOLOMON SILL Adm'r.Feary Little U\rnd Rocky Comfort,and to be sold I of land within the Forbes Purchase,a;have not been warantt to unsurpassed by any and will b sold (Signed) GEO. W.

i. t41,. nes.Also, DR FOLCER'S OLO .\ONIAN, or ALL- ?. 1814. 2'J rm' before the COllt Ioui door, in the town ofQuinI I regularly disposed oCby said Land Company. Personal prices suit the times. Judge S. Cir. presiding in M. C. lJCRoE e

., .: G BALSAM.an invaluable article f.rCc.l.t", ---- on the first Monday July I'Hfor the County I interviews may he had with the subscriber ator Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines M. D. PAPY. Solicitor for Complainant.A Gadtn .

; .. nEAL, AthmaBleeding; at the Lu Coninmt.- Notice. taxes due Gadsden County for the year eighteen hundred a in t the neighborhood of Quincy or l letters may be I of the most approved patterns. true :

;, tion and its kindre-d dieaseus. Par ,hies.'( containing SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac. and forty-five((19 I 11)) and costsby the claimants a directed to him, through the Post Offices, at that Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A I. R. HARRIS Clerk.copy

a certificates from in hieh standing ren- and vouchers to the I Hon.Judge ol Probate, of Forbes' Purchase, the property of the Apalachicola ,)lace anal Tallahassee. mechanist constantly in attendance to repair May 16, 1849. 43 4m

.r, .ectingitsvaluableefkcteCan persons had gratis, by applying in and for the County, of Jefferson, and then applyfor Land Company.JAMES JAMES E. BETTNER, jlgrntof )presses and do light work. .
,s,. above. b a discharge, as Administrator of the estate o A. MCMILLAN the Trwtees of the Apalachicola Land Co. Editors of Newspapers, who wi buy three timesis Notice.

as January 10. 1FI. 2% tf Stephen Woolf,late of said county dee] Quincy, Dec. 2!, 19. 24- Co Tax Collector. January 10, 154G. 25 ly much type as their bills to. may eive the Boa-
. !. Tallahassee SOLOMON E. MATh!"*. above six months'insertion in their papers,and send SIX months after date I shall"apply to the

Porter and Clnrrt. Jefferson County. Fb. 21.1846.) 31 4 LEWIS & AMES 5SIEWSHEETINGS. o their papers containina it to the subscribers. of ud of Probate for Jefferson County tor letters late

.1' 4 CASS LONDON PRTER.do. Notice. DEALERS IN Shirtings, Osnaburgs, and a large O\ERD. 68 Ann st. N.Y. of said dismisio County a Administrator of Mary Ssvaget
l Clartt, $font rH i".1 and fo sale bv of Staple and Goods February 21.1846. 6m dee
V. 5 STARR. LLOYD FLAGG. months after date, the Adminis Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Fancy Dry GEORGE JONI
'- & SIX undfjlr. Boots' Shoes, Hats &e.,&c., suitable for the
r April 18.146;; 3 .'. n Jeremiah will ., eu. late of Toilet Articles Pefuer It., Window Glass" trade, for sale cheap by Spring 1YA.W NOTICE. Jefferson County April 25. 1816. 4 -
Jefferson their and
For Snlc. Conty. present AND COWlS, STARR, LLOYD FLAGG. rO IP. VIL Notice.
ri ,ouchf1 to the of Probate of said County p.lTEal' .tUSHII &
t : WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the and ukTor a Jud from said administration.JOHN Apothecaries' Glass Ward &c, April 18. 1R4C'- 3 WILL resume the practice of Law. Omcx IN SIX months after date. I shall present'to the*

1i A most -approved English editions of lanc- SAUNERS. ) constantly on hand,and for tale at the LAW NOTICE.undersigned i YARD. Judge ol Pobate. Ic r.1"
'.4$ works, consisting of about one thousand : THE aye prices.ALSO April 25, 1848. 40 Cont of Jefferson,my acunt Tonl
: have united
to in the practice ol' of Nathaniel sadeesdeees'e.;
apply THE
For Jefferson AdmlDsrto
paclan. May2.1S-6. -1 Just B. Fortune
attend the
JO. F. nyTHEWOonJanuary They several Courts ol Receive bJ. apply for letter of v
4. 10 lS6. 2 OciUa, Jefferson County. Administrator' Notice. ,in store a great variety o aricl for family Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida At the Phoenix Buildings per brig Emiline from Administrator. WILLIAM dsi1f" "
: __ 1 l.e. Pickles Olives, Maaoni, and the Counties of Frrfnklin New York \GOD
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.;L -IT.rL> FLAGC SIX moths after dat I shshlprc.ent my acQnt Currant Jelly, Olive Carer. Prunes, Almonds, Western Ciruit. Also, the District Court of the Java Coffee, Fresh Malaga Raisins, County May 9,186. .: .
ARK DO re Brig Ell(rain New voucher, &l application to Judgeof J Rose and Peach Candle&e. Unite States to held at Tallahassee, and the Supreme Soft-shelTd Almonds, Butter and Sa Crackers, Notice. f.

f .c4 ad Schooner Home Ne Orleans, I Probate of Leon County for lett1( of dismissiont AIT ASSORTMENT: Or of the State, of Florida. Ship Bsit. Crushed SIX month after date I will apply to the Pn**

Rio JA airs and Java Cfe.leaf and crushed Su- i Admini.trato o the estate Bartholomew r THOMAS Brandy Cherie County for a discbafgfJW"c
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; J pro Wine Brandy FJo. rt complete assortmentof I lick,deceased, of said County. 81UCDf THOMAS Ho HAGNE I.A Rasp. Syrups Sup. fine Northern Flour y eetoip o te last Will of Robert D Tjr. '

' Iron Steel, Nails &e.Fcbrnary2l.iVi. JOHN MYRICK. Adm'r.Juuay Growth Attorneys and Counslor Law. Ve superior chewing Tobacco, .mal and large d. L. W. SPRATT
31 S. 1M<5 2! *m Novembers, I 1845.. 19 Tallahassee, February 21, 31. May 23,1846. Ja1 9, [17] 1846. 28 60

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