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 27, 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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lAf coor to tt purged in prosecuting possibly I- have"been'-already cha'rged with
the Jfcrtcon tear. murder, 10 all other crime of tie statute .

Heritor: RiPmtiiKTATiTEm, May Uth, l$4fl. TIE bk negro-wilnets bill falsehood

tine .Meutg relative the Muriean tear FLO. tber is proves
ITse( day .D AN. tat nothing to monstrous and pre_.
was receired.IA posterous for them to invent, .circulate, and

bill to authorize President, under cer. positively affirm. It woL reqir a hundred

uun contingencies therein named, to acceptthe cndidates to traverse ,
services of volunteers' &c., [which was -_ h __ ..... --.- to contradict such idle incessantly e

converted into the war bill,] being under con. : months propagation. So far ater this the

lideration in Committee of the Whole on the I I .BY S.SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATU1DAY, JUNE 27, 1SJC VOL: ITII-NO.V.: I ]ly business until a of late the period.country I u'i detain mo puib
State of the Union, the Committee acting un. anna be -! '
-': *. VT Tr" >' "" J i'.. or even to
der a nils I to terminate debate in two hours, ment as to seftl e for the tear all "gred vast who would -J writing elcctioneeruig .or
; majority ) iau-
as understand his own pretenli n- deserves ;
i lh to te-rig
the largest part of "U'bich was consumed in to the 50,000 men, and the invasion this the petty gratification. Such testimonials 'of resrect answering v> distracEfu tn the in.
members of .
as as
prprct.of carded. The should have the and nonor ._ L
parties vrsAJ centers without ab ,
reading documentsMr. ; and the other details great Kt +w .a1t tEo .j ,... .. ..,,, ../:""' U" .. ht.htzb.press .
Congress. Our soldiers leave
Li were were wiin" to largest range, and widest circle of I'ctir. agreeable; but valuing nothing in placeexcept .
RROCKEXBROUGII obtained the adapted to these changes.] their homes-we fait everyday-and fight Trifling considerations should not weigh.! the good opinion manifested by the to hr upon me here,with all the diligence .

floor, and gave notice of an amendment whichbe fjr what considered reasonable still have declined energy I can bestow. I am com-
was a compensation We are at war with Mexico, and although choice, I should
intended to offer as a substitute for the first SPEECH OF MR. LROCKENBROUGH, : in the ; and their conductdid the most brilliant success has attended our Hut after receiving so premptorly. pelted to leave unanswered the most friendly

four sections of the bill, as follows : On the Army Appropriation Bill.May not justify us countl'authorizing an expenditure arms, it may he protracted into a guerilla war, Ifttrs from all quarters of Florida urging me letters of (the most esteemed correspondents.My .
the River and Harbor
WHEREAS, war has been declared and 13th, [the day after the declaration of war J larger than was necessary. War was and complicated with our European afi sirs- again to accept a nomination if tendered, and which upon the House -
to before I ob-
made upon the United States by the Republicof The amendment proposed being to raise expensive enough, and disastrous. enough, Our relations with England, though probablysafe expressin such kind and flattering opinions ; tamed was peat reported-in which

Mexico the pay of all soldiers in service, volunteersand even when most lucccssful, without useless are unsettled. TIll oppressive tariff is and consultation! with friends whose opinionsare my with miiof were ap

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of regulars during the war : extravagance. He was the last man on that jet unadjusted, though cur hopes are strong entitled to respect, I deem it due to the propriatt.i dollar:!most south rldd of s cItruagnce.
an one
Representatives of the United Stales of America Mr. BROCKEXnROUGH obtained the floor who wa, or ought to be, i in favor of war. that this Congress will not adjourn without its friends who have sustained me through good south of ,

.. in Congress assembled, That all the ro.lpecth'e floor, and offering it to Mr. GORDON for ex. Ho would go further perhaps, than an)other modification.i Without i its settlement upon and evil report-more respectful to my fellowcitizens only written$70,000 and Baltimore, is not yet

I countries, governments, citizens, and planation, but not for a speech, proceeded.He .- gentleman, consistently: with his countrJsborlor principles/ of equality and justice, our productswill generally, and consistent with duty, outs election even is not my yet speech copied on from my owncontested tLoreporter9.
people of the United States and Mexico are to avoid it. that I will not serve in
asked this House, in its grave, continue depressed, trade unstable, tata- not to say peremptorily notes. The the
in a state of war, and their respective rights drthera. Gentlemen had strained their event to the friends who argument before
tine wisdom, if they thought it was I imaginations lion iniquitous and commercial enterprise un- any : say many committee could not have been
and duties: with regard to each other and all to the horrors of but could nnd those sent to you, t
statesmanlike, now, in the beginning of a war, picture war, they safe. Without a diminution of duties at the have written to me they representone but it was in writing. I write this
as an an.
neutral nations, and to be regulated accor of which no man could see the end, to be un. not deepen the colors enough. He had seena customhouse, so as to direct a part of the tax and all-as if this answer was adJre!\n- swer to I trust when the Tariff
dingly. necessarily raising the pay and emoluments of country suffering the infliction-tho desola. which our people pay the manufacturers, into cd to each, that I beg they will consider the I to have many.time to answer letters. Cut
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the tion-the plunderings-the burnings-the ruin I of affairs in the up my
the army ? This was no child's play-no liol.idatf the people's treasury, it will require direct taxation i momentous posture coming at such intervals of long regular debateI
President of the United States is authorizedand Gentlemen and distress of families ; he had witnessed the or debt to support the i election, and putting entirely aside all of their except
had heavy necessarywar
Ur. not engaged: in a cannot and will not take riff attention
requested to retaliate the ;Mexican inva.eion frolic. W. anguish-tho agony of the idowed mothers of Government. Our cxpondi.tores personal friendship, and the claims which they my
e are now going to war with a expenses from public affairs of pressing and overwhelming .
and to take possession and hold as muchof inured to arms, who have able and -the orphan-the childless parent-which in this crisis must be enormous. The have BO kindly considered me as hating, and importance to matter .

the Mexican territory as may be in bispower rienced Generals \11 have already placedour expe. were occasioned by war, and his constituents i strictest economy is! necessary, herevc-r econ. I looking only to the great matters of state in. of imperious necessity any personal or !, unle the

until peace be concluded ; and that be army in an embarras.ing and perilous knew what a war wa, by sirl melancholy experience. Otny i is pos i'e.! Wnstliiil cvnrl p1tr".Q."t i volt'el. do what is best for the Stati*-."l.etthe time. which belongs to the ; pn1 first

care authority to accept the service; of any bition. We go to war with a mighty countrywhich po. It was no funny sketch o ihetori- expenditure is ('c in(1 and pre"edt\ \ the ad. I best mm for the State-harmonize al dif i iI election, in electioneering country for a second. Igive
number of volunteers, not exceeding f.fty thou. cal flourish with them. The rest of the country locates of a National Bank a high: : | frrcncps, and not think of me until the Ia t,
like Tarin the time
our own, is to invadersby i I can to private claims, but
sand, to ten as cavalry artillery, or rifle. its immense service.frmldahl its arid deserts had poured out its tre-tMire with a lavish Apart from principle, no State has so strongan i very last in the roll and catalogue of Democrat this Congress all is exceedingly hostile to them.

I men, until the end of the war, unless sooner and and unfruitful wildernesses i hand-they poured out thnr. Motxl. The very interest in the preservation of state Rights : *, until they have canvassed the claims and The committees: few, and those

discharged ; and tho said volunteers hall fur. its rivers inhospitable, its formidable mountains and I soil IIP represented was: rich with the blood of and strict construction of the Constitution: ai I and C3 capacities of every other Democrat who discussed arid resisted report in and are

:t nish their own clothes, and, if cavalry, their narrow capable of defence few I, its inhabitants ; and 1 ho refine he shoul be the Florida. Her necessary internal improvements ;t would accept the nomination. I assure al form. Being late in every shape
1f passes by a obtaining none
r my
i own horses, and when mustered into service resolute men against a host and if the news. last man to advocate war. But w we had are short or within her own borders ; j I those who: are pleased to consider me as :, of mine have yet been reached in the scL House ,
shall be armed and equipped at the ; received a message from the President, telling will mostly conflict with those of other I jug claims upon the parJ., and all who consi. for final
be have
i papersere t at all relied it would tu'y I disposition. succeeded in
;1 of the United States ; and said volunteers that Mexican( upon us that the war had already begun-that the ; in few instances benefit them. She 1 j dt-r: themselves under the obligations private having a bill from the .
seem be Judiciary
;1 J shall, when in actual service, be subjected to I formidable obstacle chapparel might as enemy had invaded our soil, and slain our people cannot bring oilier States in rally for tin'm. I Ilrel!hip.i that I shall consider such claims to reported tribunal to claims committee '
an and a adjutt
! the rules and articles of war in all respects, refuge to an enemy, as a Florida as secure hammockor a placeof ; when he remembered the long list of She only brings one \0:( Appropriations of j'i thus l>"st satisfied, and all obligations thus best which we etabIsI hope have passed in some form.Claims .
eJ the from for internal repairliy the harmony of our party, the sucj .
and be the grievances wrongs will be made improve.
except clothing pay; placed on ( same \erglade. unrecompen mnncy never are nuinerous and complicated! and
footing with similar corps ol'the United States I' Mr. RATIIBCN, of New York here interrupted Mexico so patiently endured, and yet unretal- m"nts for her. She will suffer a p rpotaal j ces of i its! principles, and the lightheartedness press much upon the time of Congress, which

,army ; and in lieu of clothing, non-commis- Mr. B., and asked what the vol. iated-and when he thought of the abuse and system of taxation to support manufacturersand ;i with which I shall! turn from heavy and fear- is a most unsuitable tribunal to adiudicate
I atoned officers and shall pay insults heaped us in document and expeiidituies in elsewhere, j ful responsibilities( to the practice of favorite .
1 privates receive in unteers in the Florida war-if there upon every improvements my them. A preliminary tribunal, to investigate f
' got was State of the rival chief; of that repub. votes for the tariff tax. Her profession with a new zeal, and the happy
of the
of more
money, a sum money equal to cost i any increase of pay or lack of volunteers ? paper to prchast I evidence on both aides, and ascertain principles Ir
such clothing of the regular troops of the U. Mr. B. replied-no. He believed the lie, and seeking to be most popular, by being interest is clearly to make her own improve consciousness of having faithfully peromJedI and reject bad claims, decide finally
pay most uncivil to us in his blustering bravado, ments, and she have the means to do it. I my duty! in accepting in contesting, i
States.Mr. was the same, if they could pet it, but it was wil good ones of smal amount: and report large "
JACOB THOMPSON appealed to Mr. B. !I not all paid and as for volunteers the and pompous pronunciamento. thought it They may aid us land. They' have appro..J ntH in retiring. In speaking of the best man ones, with testimony on both for
; I .itt
I to allow him to give notice of an amendment j m i I complained there were too government was due to the.character and the rights of the priated for fortifications, for the f Beef for Pen- I1 include not only hiscapacitti moral,mentalana Congress to re-investigute and appropriate the

which, should the gentleman's amendment be i: Those hardy men encountered fire many and flood- American people, and to neutral nations, to sacola, Arc., and we shall have more t tbf those physical to serve the State here, but his money, would save the country, Congress and I
t rejected, he should offer. I' and fever, and scouted through hammock and assume at once a decisive belligerent attitude purposes and for lighthouses and such matters, I II chance ::.nr prospects of election. For. h claimants, much time. IrouIJtf and mnru v.nowlost
Mr. B. yielding, the amendment was read 'I in sunshine and stone, with and he had proposed to begin the war l but this is nut fur tho people of Florid m.Ij ability! i i. nn Y.O if.i.. C..i..i.. 'J'I. !-; unnecessarily.The '
such services in Florida and
1 as follows : swamp what is called but alacri'9for h a formal declaration, and efficient meas The whole country is interested and demands set up for me, as defences of the! State, at all times im. t.
now a pittance, ) the and falsehoods
h -- abuse
Be it enacted by tau Senate and House of! technical objections are set to which, ures.He it. The commerce of the west, in northern rf--experience portant, have.now become paramount ; and
up I sacrifices and the
hoped this amendment would not around coast and our harbor of the enenvj-personal have all exerted
: Representatives of the United States of America cause they did not wait whilst Indians killed pass. ships, floats our we much in that
I \\ had acted He lilt of his to them, and the trouble of a contest, if not already sufficiently and I
e nobly. is have .
in Congress Assembled, That war be their neighbors, understand and I prouder at Pensacol necessary info mater, no we shall be nlIc
go through than he had done before he felt of the even of repai 1 by the honor of one election, sink to of
and the same is hereby, declared to exist IJc.1 forms but to country ; proud largest proportion ( expenditure give ace Punt them.
. ; now you incr'asl your army of(the American nations would look north and we *f.They contemptible! insignificance when ,comparedwith SiJtne friends
tween the Republic of Mexico and the j' 15,000, and volunteers! 50t)00) and I Congress ; these appropriations!goes { complain that I do not talk
your propose the involved the
States of America, and their territories ; and i to increase (the one hvndrrd and thir. I upon the promptness.and vigor of a republicwith get the slices, our people only the great questions preservation enough, and knowing my propensity in that

that the President of the United States is \ thousand dollars pay month astonishment, if not awe : and our own crumbs which necessarily fall in the cting.I of the Constitution, the rights of the \a they are disappointed ; but I assure them
I ty a I was too higha people, he was assured, would call for no therefore all important in the t''ti States, and the pure administration of the Gov. }when i is !
; hereby authorized to use the whole land and price for the to to wel is, :: a man : obliged to read, write,.
people pay buy Let the Convention be itself the
!' naval force of the United States to carry the for The popularity mercenary to bring them to the arms ( of tho e who value the rights of the State, eminent. listen and reflect a great deal upon a variety
same into effect.] gentcmen. citiznl were men of their couJJ. and who dread the disastrous centralizing influences i free choice of the Democrats of the counties of subjects, he cannot talk much. A new
of sense, as as soldiers, and would de
of the Federal Government, to secure free and untrammelled by the petty preten- from such State Florida
Mr. BKOCKEXBBOCGH resuming, said : lie Representative a a ,
1 pise trap. LETTER FROM JIR IWCKI.nROtGI. President successor to Mr. .ion.or claims of any one, and uncontaminated if he dues his .
State as make
Right duty,cannot
should have no objection to the amendment of a many speeches
Let gentlemen, in their spirit of wastefulextravagance the
I and bare of
intrigue suspicion beingpacked.
succeed in the ship by for "
: Polk. If friends would
the from Mr. we can putting My not
gentleman Mississippi ( Thompson Buncmb.
look back the small
to appro. The result will be the
WASHINGTON June 9 1310. presentationof
tack for four more have .
,) to the first section of the bill. He be. priations at the beginning of the Florida upon the republican \ years me a part in that interminable
war Col. SAMUEL S. Siffnv, influences and interests would up the man of their choice by the unbiassed debate. ,
lieved it was in the words of the declara. I other grow Oregon The current in that
very -it was looked upon as a small matter, a suffrages of the Democrats, and ]let him be a
the Britain whichhe Editor the Floridian Tallahassee under a of equal rights and just law, was ah-eadj taking*the and .
tion of last war with Great mere trifle, which would be soon over-and of : system mater proper pacific
and elect. If harmonize
would have instead of his which it is hoped would be too strong for the m:1 they can wi they set before I obtained seat. The
proposed own hasty they would see those appropriations increasing I Since writing, expressing decided approbation Belie-- and drown personal, and lo. rny
form just written off;, if he had had the book I until the regular became a regular of a Convention, nnd promising more, the monopolists ever again to overcome. cal petty elect their In genius and character of Mr. Calhoun, and a
army democratic jealousies they must
before him. He had drawn the first section drain upon the treasury. Millions were expended 1 Mexican war, the rapid legislation necessary, ing the majority in rurila: to be thus to those man.of all few kindred spirits had already acted like a S
electoral for waiving pretensions
with view to make it a positive declarationand and the incessant action I believe they will cast I my charm in calming down the terrific war spirit
I and just debts not yet paid, as his upon important appropriation of the States' others and withdrawing myself to the very
t acknowledgment of the existence of wart i pIe well knew, to their sorrow. peo.j bills for the most part containing matters some most eminent statesman which had seized upon Mr. Polk's really pa's
to from contin. bottom of the list, I lay no claim to any merit,
t on the part of th; Government lie deemed He begged not to entertain of local well as great general interestto Right Scoo1 But suppose! any cific recommendations. The notice was already .
I gentlemen a has occurred twice and make no pretence or affectation of
i it absolutely for such a declarationto have such close attention in the gency 6hou1 happen, as self considered and recognized a peace
necessary liar ideas about this war ; that it was soon to j us, required a
should sacrificing liberality or political martyrdom.
emanate from the Congress of the United end, and might be begun extravagantly, as a :, House, and examination in recess, a to compel I before in our history of electoral, that no votes one and I should think poorly of any Democrat who measure. It only remained: for us to vote forit

! States. It was necessary! to secure to us,1! popular thing, with volunteers. He would j me to neglect corre. pondents. I give all receive a majority devolve it would the !I would not rejoice ,hate it in his power to in any form not insulting to Great Britain,
should as by
both home and abroad all the of their business the election or humiliating to ourselves, which would command
the attention in
rights abelligerant to ,
not, at such a time as this, accuse gentlemen i my power of I unite his : by himself and
party withdrawing ;
-to settle the legality blockades, I of making propositions for Buncombe," I'\, but have never been able to make good the Constitution, upon the House Represcntaties I the greatest unanimity, and therefore
and of and contraband of pupularityhunting illness in the winter in there the vote is given I States, each 1 can fee from my position many goo reasons the greatest moral] I believe this
time lost
questions prize war. propositions at the expense of i j by my answer Florida would)thus have an why I should! be the last man to thought infuenc.
This bill from the : : I letters. I thus giving one \ote. of principle of securing greatest moral force,
Comm ttee on MilitaryAffairs the treasury -, at the beginning of war, which } ins jointly answer many received the largest and most I I I which do not occur to my friends, blinded
. was reported long since in contemplation would in any, case be expensive, and if pro. from friends about a Convention, which influence equal to popu. !l!, good and zeal. influenced many others as well a myself in
Ions State. One 23th of the whole as now i personal wi generous their votes the form of words to be used
of different of It I I upon ;
state things. assumed cannot separately.Since
a very traded into a guerrilla war, or Indian dodging j answer from themselves the
il Iowa and Wisconsin i j They : disguise
an attitude merely defensive. It was which was all he feared, it might prove, some Whig member of the House of constitute; one The::30Ih bare, possihihtyofsuch an II i, great hm. in the Democratic vote in mcanass and in the end nearly every man. in both
Now blow had has sent advice to the peopleof are admittd. Houses had voted for notice in some shape or
entirely inadeque now. a if not crushed at once by most active operations Representatives to excite interest i;. th" | \' compared with the brilliant success of
been stricken ; the war was here : the coun a dicastcrous war, inglorious and hate. Florida whom to elect, perhaps the Democrat event is enough the election and people should! j I more fortunate: and able candidates. This in. other.When '
try was invaded. He entirely agreed with I ful to the army, a nuisance to the people and will obey orders, and give themselves notrouble. of Florida in next 'j dicates such an absence of personal popularity the Mexican war commenced, my j
the gentleman from Ohio, (Plr. BrinkerhofH;) sore to the What was the But if their principles are worth a make the election turn entirely on render it to the views compelled me to take the responsibility ?t
running treasury. as might dangerous principles
not in local jealousies, personal gratifications, of twice, and I tried for the floor
who him that should be declaredin worth Convention. Their
preceded war necessity for this ? Why begin in this way 11 contest, they are a slanders and abuse. of the Democratic party to risque the '
the most explicit and positive terms ; and We had given a "ote-a vote of efficiency, creed needs no discussion. It I flies at the head or private chances of defeat another canvass under several times afterwards, without success. I
the Democrats IJ'
not only that it should be declared, but, if and unanimity, to striketerror I of most of our But to secure the rightsof It' from any cause permitthemselves I the Clamor believe I spoke the sentiments of my constituents
promptness calculato paprs. be beaten it will be a surrenderof same unlucky auspices. was
to and as the accidental off hand debates
meant to carry it ,on, that the most ample into the breast of to astonish the States, vigilant and efficient government 'be I raised against the caucus. TheY cst complained .
idle to
and to
I their principles, profess are cut down much, and the meaning ofteu
means should be at once provided, otherwisewe nations, to animate our people. Let us not of foreign affairs, economy and even advocates of Slates' Rights.- of neglect. A Senator had been elected -

should be inevitably involved in what the lose the moral effect of that vote by holding justice in expenditure, justice and equality in Democrats is done or in attention to the importance from the East and the Middle. They varied by the reprter.I send a more accurate

greatest living military genius, the Duke of out the idea that the American people would r j taxation, and exemption from the thraldom of My duty of the caIn. The Whigs are fully claimed that some one of their own able and reprt. H. BROCKEXBROUGII.CALIFORNIA., respectfully, .
Wellington,bad pronounced the greatest of all in this without the additional not only deserve but require sleepless
not engage war j I banks of it-not it affects the spirited sons, who had done good service in

evils-the waging of a small war by a great stimulus of money. The news we were re. I Ice vigilance and expense, energy and toil. In, vote aware of Florida in only the as House, but as soltar"I' the Df'mlcratiCranks, should have been selected .

country. We must declare war. and we must 'ing I by every mail was most cheering.It .- Florida the Democrats have a majority. They} rates the contingent .ihiity! that the West, too, might have a Representative The climate of this country contains every

compel Mexico to render us that justice which showed that our people were ready. S'if elect their candidates when they are satisfied upon the whole character pos of the policy infu. in Congress. The West will now grade. In Monterey the year round tie

, we had so long and with so much forbearance as the winds or fiery horse could bear the news, with them, and exert themselves. Duty re. encing Government for four and j como into convention with full force, and she thermometer is from 42 to 86 degrees ; but

'.. in vain sought at her hands. He would throw the drums were beat, the flags unfurled, and quires then to convene, and compare and adjust I our forever through certainly a monster years bank, a I:will receive justice and satisfaction at the little difference between June or January.

, I wide the gates of war. Let Congress takes I volunteers were rushing to (the/tandard. They opinions upon all questions about men to possibly ; and, vast expenditures, giving I, hands of her brethren. We owe thf'1 all From October to March, is the rainy season.

r the initialorYlteI with sound and clear viewsof waited no call of Government ; their move carry out their principles. They arc not less I grinding tarif And they have I I! mich rbr their generous conduct in tho lastelection With rare exception, from \pri to October,

Let us begin with raising ment was spontaneous.. And now, would gentlemen patriotic or sincere than the Whigs, who never I (at been jobs quietly and silently corruption., but: actively at work I j but especially the counties of Franklin it never rains in California ; young tine-

i 50,000 men. Let us order an invasion. Let in this moment of enthusiasm,when the sleep. If the Democrats do not give up the I of electioneering from 'I Escambia, ; in the lat yards have to be irrigated. When five or six

I the Mexican nation' know that not only is the country was ripe for war and full of patriotism, field, a full, fair Convention from all quarters, in a perpetual system Florida i ter of which \Vashingon unanimous, years old, they do not need the trouble. The
this and some in spreading political -
I i Congress of the United States ready to sane- throw out the suspicion to the world that they to express opinions freely, to explain the situation 1 and low detraction, falsehood, j. although the enemy boasted that there the dis- wheat fields are never irrigated, and often

; tion a invasion, bu let Congress authorize needed the stimulus of money ? It was a glorious of affairs at their respective homes, to and personal poison slander. With no ordinary feelings afl'->ctiun was-greatest. produce 60 fold ; 110 fold has been taken

an require an invasion on the part of the and animating sight. What other country unite, encourage,and harmonize with one ano of gladness, I have seen our people awa. The South, also, has its claims, the strong. from a field, yet the seed is planted in a slovenly .

Unite States, in retaliation for the bloo could raise soldiers, and such soldiers, at a ther, is necessary, and it is cheering to see kening and rallying for a Convention. Their' because they waived them before in my fa- manner, and the harvest badly got in.-

ha been shed on the banks of wish 1'hat other nation could raise an army them moving. Much of the noble exertion movement, it will be radical I vor. If a selection is to be made from Middle Apples, pears and peaches require hardly any ;
Grande. hour ? which secured the brilliant success of last own spontaneous there of and what little receive is but from
of 50,000 men in an and thorough. At such a moment, is not to Florida are many gentlemen superior care ; they ,
He would not consume the few minutes left, [Mr. HOUSTON, of Alabama, (speaking a. spring, was inspired by the spirit and harmonyof be believed that Florida will cast i her first education and high character, who have had a few. There are many orange trees here in

from other gentlemen, better prepared thanhimself cross.) They are not raised yet.] the Madison Convention. The abuse heap. presidential vote fir a Whig-a banktarifff leisure to acquire experience, and distinguish goo condition. Perhaps any seed of fruits

by giving his reasons. He had intro. Mr. BHOCKEXBROCGII, continuing. Not ed upon that meeting by the Whig i press, proves internal improvement man-for themselves in the legislative halls, and acquire in this latitude can be here brought

dosed his amendment to make known and raised yet ? No, sir; because the order is not the position. Language more foul or oppro- -General Scott or Henry Clay. The responsihility by frequent intercourse, personal knowledge forth with less labor than elsewhere ; yet

carry o his views, hastily drawn, on being yet known. But, do you doubt it. sir? they bious was never applied d to an)body ol citi- resting upon the Democrats of Florida, I and popularity with the people ; whilst I have wheat is (rom $1 to 82 per English bushel],

surprised a the defects of the bill presented.He will rise to meet that vote as it passes on, a zens. the duty which they owe to their country to been compelled by circumstances to be confined corn SI,beans S-, barley $1 peas $2 potatoes

wante tee war actually declared, an certainly, as suddenly, as the surging billows! In selecting candidates for the whole State themselves, to their brethren in the Union, is diligently to professional pursuits, which $3 per 100 pounds, onions SO ditto Oak- !

required, and by at leant rise to meet the caress of the impetuous wind. complete justice can only be done by a Con tremendous. The responsibility which will RO far securing popularity, has compelled woo cut from vacanf land, the carting being ; :

50.000 men. The people of the country would consider S3 vention. Xo one more warmly advocated the be thrown their nominee if elected, will me to oppose, certainly without any personal only a mile,83 per cord. The country aroundMonterey i

Thera another) part of his amendmentto enough, and the volunteers themselves would Madison Convention than mself. Xo one be upon burthen. HP should! be a man feeling, the wishes and' interests of many intelligent is ful of timber; trees without num.
call attention before he from would more gladly have seen a Convention to no classes of her 10 feet diameter The
us resumed consider it enough, if as the gentleman who would do his duty and give the'otn of and influential ctizens 50 fettlong.
his seat. He deemed it essential.He .- Ohio had remarked, it was all to be spent and nominate a candidate for the place I now hold ; the at the polls, if their favorite who think proper to visit a professional duty writer has often, when on horseback, been

wished provision n made for accepting the squandered in camp. It would be a different but a there was no time to hold! one, the cho candidate people should given get before[ the House ; and if with vindictive personal antipathy, and violent unable to see his compiol riding 20 feet

services of to sc efo the irar.- thing-it would have appealed to the sympa. sen representatives of the people, although not for the next best States' Rights Republican political hostility to the principles of the par. from him, a large tree lying between them.

The country had seep to much of the evils thies of this House, if he bad said it was to be chosen for another purpose,thought themselvesthe of the three presented to him ; fearless of all ty when represented by me a a candidate. There are actnllYlome 1C fret through and

and incon\enienc.of in Florida and left at home with their families, their parents, best substitute. Yet it produced dissatis the terrors, and scorning all the honors, and East Florida has, also, claims of no mean 130 feet ]long ; yet, this abundance of

elsewhere, of having e.pns into ser- their wives and children. But he trusted the faction. The object nomination harmonyand influences which have been broughtto order for her sons who have nobly sustained' timber, winduw.sasbesdoors, whee.barrows

Tic and mustered put at the end of short country would take care of these. The sol! conciliation, and any course which produ. corrupting bear with such fearful effect on similar oc. the Democratic banner when most in dangerin crr-whels even 1nd brds

terms of three, six/and twelve months, when dier's sufferings, and hardships, and toils, ces dissatisfaction creates a greater evi and casions. No man ought to thrust himself for other quarters. Like the Middle she has are brought from New England. a

the had learned the drill and become accus- and dangers command sympathy a well, but greater discord than occurs without The for such a position ; no man should be her Senator, 1utlltr immense and saving ma. raw bullock's hide is worth but 32 a half-tan.

to discipline/and: bad become best qua!. they could not b diminished or alleviated by western portion of the State was said to have war a candidate who has not been can jorities certainly! entitle Ler to high consider. ned one will bring $3. When at some years,

ified for efficient service. As war progressedthe the additional pay ; they must still be endured ; been unrepresented or misrepresented in that vassed by a his own political family in Conven ation with the patty, and her choice to such in part of the COUI.tr wheat may b worth

evil would be enhanced, by the distance. it would be no relief to them, and add millionsto legislative caucus. That important and valuable tion. Personal vanity would never lead met respect that other parts of the State would find but a trifle, a leagues dist United

Yo"ol muster jn men, march them to a the burthens of those who remained at home. district has a right to be hear fully, and seek uch a trust. The nomination before it hard to raise a solid ground of objection. States flour may be selling at 11 per bar
arrival 1 the of the last Britishwar opportunity now afforded them.If Other considerations besides mere local rel. Two sufficient reasons before
dsnt and :the time of their r And he thought history tendered"to me would have been promptlyde.elined ones are always
would D pint long before the time of their i as quoted by the gentleman from Ohio, the Democrats meet freely in all districts when was made, had it not recommend the choice of a new man. It us, for this unnatural state of things in a beau.

discharge. "er beginning wih small bnty. and ending with! and in every county, and in open assembly too late objection for a'nother nomination. Elect. will defeat and render nugatory the ridiculousstories tiful country ; frt, the little desire the inhabitants .

enter the I"ic to remain until enormous premiums men, should admonishus canvass the merits of candidates, and instruct. ben the people, after a vexatious contest over and contemptible falsehoods which the a a have for labor ; second, the
with offers of the lar. their representatives as to the person to be preferred have been busy continual revolutions through the
the end of the war t and then we should show I not t begin the war the most miserable set of technical quibblesever outlying agents enemy taking place

ao only t the people of this country, bu the gest compensation first. Fifty thousand vol. and select delegates who will will carry select ou set up to frustrate the will of an intelligent for a whole year in fabricating and circula whole country.
People of Mexico the world that we are had been to be rised ; we their wishes, and the obtained Pending the ting. A few reach me occasionally, through
onteers I seat.
auor people, my ****
of sound and whose judgment, and friend mitts me from Marion that a Mr. H .
and another one politics, friends..t Such is the style of canvass,
.."rest. Let something, and not b might need fifty toud moral firmness, and patriot excitement produced by such a contest, I look whom I hardly knew, who removed from Gadaden.

.perpetually backing waiting, watching, ho fifty thousand to that not speedily settled, capacity ism ,be industry relied, under all! ed forward vaguely to being a candidate again; The ab.urditie of these stories may judged with whom r J\e had any' bn whatever fat
with b
ag for some good result*-till forbearance this matter might become complicated can upon elect crumt.ce. but, subsequent reflection and events, and per. by two instances. It was circulated in We For o againat (excert, soma tnthn mate o anl to
determine success
and to himself and unotner, for
w mistaken for The time had and require our whole .Lt lutVhover of nature that I determined to abandon Florida > ree 0.2
& ibeclty. others, sengh. \ the candidate be, I pledge to tonal considerations an imperious da res dollars) son that I cheated, $33,000,
toa*. Let own shouldersm'ajlI7 them not therefore b voting may determined me peremptorily retire from i Washington!circulated at a time when llar slaves and a T bi o i.Called
U feeble con. t a plantation ItIO'
aid in
month. For him all possible my health was permanently affected by this .
the wheel. of 83 a power and my politic and eiectioaeeiing.. ? *pi
an Tigoreusly to beyond'tbe'reb'War pay bore to the ,,' plp. contests, pursue my profession a and I had resolved not only not to canvass bu ortoel ln
sweat pltic ?
my aA. set thcij faces apurut the.T6pajatoc
[. d'no''( subsequently press bil.; fife plain, people O see through it ; they wit times duty of such the Nor would the mere possession of political almost positively determined t rerigtf serf .
ar .
eat, a Born, whose form of dec. would understand ThO who remained are poment.n honors jet confer upon me any personal seat.and ,go home and prepare ,lor the4 worst. A
fairs of nations, every prlen
Ito was adopted, accepted the amend i at home, (and they would "ti constitute the .



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--ji-um tie tl'a&ugttw Union will only six hours II I and which was then covered by their dead and ped, we yet have ahopeof another turn at them. FUNDS FOR CARRYING ON THE

;. General Dailies. eight from Calais, seven BATTLE OF RESACA DE LA PALMA-JUr 9.1 wounded. Bv the way. in my narr&tiveofthe 8th, I forgot to WAR WITH

f .Metz. twelve from Stras. FORT POLK, POIXT I.UEs May 2o, 151G.- By this time Gen. Taylor was up in the front mention in the list distinguished officers attached MEXICO.

4 ftf THE INTERFERENCE OF .: r from Marseilles Dear Sir-I regret deeply the delay that ha occurred -! rank of the fight with Cols. Mcintosh Paine, and to Du'ncan'. battery his 1st Lieutenant Roland ; MESSAGE
: ) his : his attention riveted his services on both days entitle him to unqualified Of the PretiJent ef the United State
.I; WITH TilE COMMAND OF GI : from Nantes and fifteen in completing the narrative of tAe bittles of was on Ridgely's fn arvr
,.0 LOR LIES IN A NUT-SHELL. these the J>th and 'th. This U the first inofient I hue I battery as though wondering if it were possible a prajfe. In haste, yours, ic., T to a resolution of the Senate tf Junt 3, 134

concessions o had of leisure, an,l even now I cannot to do light artillery battery could do so much service for calling for information relative to tIe mode tf
4 "4 General Games commands as in America, perpetual more than break ground in the scenes Qlet ernrtn.u4lbe General was not particularly an advocate from the s.O. Bulletin 23d init. raiting fund*for tarrying on (hewer with Mix.

parmcnt a it called! in the : reduced% to 99 years, and on the <.'th, and trust to the odd ocurr may of this arm before this campaign. Very soon The committee of the Legislature of Louisiana tea. *

: d'Slot include Texas :and willing to bear the whole steal from business to complete the picturj. it appeared as though the enemy in retirin with appointed to present the resolutions of that body to To THE SENATE or THE UiurrD STATES

Texas" has been anncird to it. the road the State On the morning of i the sun rsc bright their battery across the ravine, had arranged it so as Gen. Taylor returned yesterday via Mobile. They :
not to
., up and clear, nr.-J with the first drum our ha
Gaines therefore, has no military 'lith' years. sprung froi heir! bed upon the naked prairie, and their line of fire, for the grape flew thick and fast on Gen. Taylor the next day. They were received inst., I communicate herewith estimates prepared bv

'. Texas. even, be fort partaking of their soldier's mal of hard around him. Adj't Gen. Bliss advised him to change with great cordiality, and during their stay at tbe the War and Navy Departments, of the proUbIetx.

But beftijet. General Taylor : : Bul [).\nY. brcotl, >Wol piece of salt pork and a cup of cold his position. but no he saw very well from where he .. camp, were treated with the utmost hospitality and penses of conducting the existing war with Mexico
..el til OU KltlCltf Oil lllC water cast was, and did not 1 leave it for some time. during the remainder of the
Texas an anxious, hopeful ee towards the kindness. On the evening of the 9th,the two Louisiana present and the whole
a :' and General Gains pccal 1e" from Texan, Amer. chaparral in their front, aIn' which the enemy had At this time the struggle was tremendous, the infantry regiments commanded by Colonels Walton and of the next fiscal year. I communicate, also,a re.

t \of the fact, and told, in J ., that the true, rec. encamped, and when the straining ejecould diCer had captured one piece of irtillery on this Marks were reviewed before the committee by Gen. port of the Secretary of the Treasury, based

eral Taylor conduct his operations I South Western Boun- amid the gray of the morning the aglow side the ravine, and was charging across the pond of Smith. these estimates,containing recommendations of meas upon

And it be added that ( exultation filled the che tlemylline. r water. At times an interval would be left betweentwo On the 11th the committee were entertained at a ures for raising the additional means required It

way.been creditable may Rio Grande. Thus it from.our brave and heroic General the lowest private of our companies and the Mexicans would sumptuous dinner by the officers of the army, at a is probable that the actual expenses incurred daring

ha to (ho e acit. in our ranks.The charge across the ravine and take a position there. large house Matamoros,which had been the head the period specified may fall considerably below tk.

ministration, as General Del Xorte was fixed h first care of our General l was to visit the In ole instance Lt. Deas the gallant Adjutant of quarters of Gen. Arista. The officers of the Washington estimates submitted, which are for a larger number

himself nobly fitted for the statio: as her boundary in ) wounded and see that every comfort wa .supplied the ith, with ten men, asking me to rally as many and Jackson regiments were present. Amongthe of troops than have yet been called to the fieldAt

Besides the force he took with tn<' constant and wel dirte energies of the medical more and follow charged into the bushes where a other guests were Gov. Henderson, of Texas, a pecantionary measure, however, against any ponj.
ral I and bojond that river department Hile for him to do. every party of Mexicans on our side of the ravine were obstinitelv Gen. Lamar Gen. Burleson, Gen Johnson, Gen. ble deficiency, the estimates have been made at the

Taylor was authorized; to driven, and they have OIIP, whether officer or soldier had been attended! disputing inch by inch with our men. and Menvican Hunt Col. Cook, Dr. Ashbel Smith and largest amount which any state of the service

governors of Texas, of Alabami, : ,i to obtain! a 'foothold; on with vnweannj care and watchfulness The troop after placing the men in positu.si!I. he wheeled to several other distinguished citizens of Texas. requii e. may

na and of Mississippi; for any ad : !I Til' claim! of Texas it that haxing partaken of their meal the order wa given rid out for a reinforcement, wlun seven Mexicans On the 14th the committee were entertained by It will be perceived from the repcrt of the Secre

he might deem necessary ; and of : ; Her to c the command under arms Gen. Tailor here lumped from behind us and tired as we charged past Capt. May, at the Dragoon encampment which is tary of the Treasury, that a considerable portion of
boundary summoned a council of war, composed of the heads them ; without doing any injury. however, of consequence. midway between Matamoros and Point Isabel on the. the additional amount required may be raised
Gaines I
ity by a
Genera wai fully J when her independence of the se.rl l commands, in all, thirteen excluding For some time the cannonading and mus- east side of (the river. modification of the rates of duty imposed by the

\ Department, and when %. the United States Kngj the Commadtr.in.chief. The General after rtturn- ketr), I though doing tremendous executioncould no't The main body of the army is encamped on the isting tar iff laws. The high duties at present levied ex*

thought he required more force, he I j ( I Tht be- )nit thanks for their support and bravery) on the Sth drive the enemy but at last, as the infantry closed right bank of the Rio Grande, near Matarooros, anda on many articles totally exclude them from import
the territory and wishing to be advised to what they thought tbe distance the enemy had to tnove. Every regiment tion,whilst the
governors of Louisiana and '' : and the Nucces has al. a strong guard is constantly kept in the town. The quality and amount of others which
he needed four 1 e-t to be don?.} ailed 01 eachtogivelnopini: n. It of infantry did its duty, the fighting assumedthe 7th infantry and the Washington and Jackson regiments are imported arc greatly diminished. By reducing

;' He did being Rgiment : in the Texan Con. was then ascertoined that but four out of the thirteen character of hand to hand combat, the b\vonet I are on the left bank, in and near Fort Brown. these duties to a revenue standard, it is net doubted

not call upon organized into a county were in favor of letting aSrad, the other ifficers corn- was crossed and the sword used. Rid elYltilJ plied The other Louisiana regiments are Burita. that a large amount of the articles oil which they
bama no, the Ihf' da'lh of and ronnd shot wIth t"rh1.; .If..t .
or Mississippi. This force ini cOlncil "olld. some to entrench where I'rane are imposed would be imported,and
I a corresponding
.1 Ut:1iI\UIIItnL Vi rt SIJli.u" iU'U YOlurnecrll unaerCol.
tjeneral but I they were and await nsiilancet>{ the volunteers, his Lieuts. Sliov'er, Fremont, and French;;were often amount of be
Taylor belore it ( ; statesmen consid- Wilson had been sent up the river to the villageof revenue received at the treasury froa
alnaJ" and others to retire at once to Point Isabel but the engaged in carrying ammunition to the guns and this
had defeated the and Revnoso. Capt. Ogden returned on the 13th to source. By imposing revenue duties on
enemy, .the boundary of ancient General said! .I ,'illbe at Fort Brlt1 to ni(ht if I l loading them. Just here Lt. Duncan came up with articles now many
.. ted his Matamoros, anc1 reported that Col. Wils command permitted to be imported free of duty,
,'J army. j I! to tu as a part of lice." Those whontcd for gong ahead. as they his battery but was unable to bring it into action for had taken possession, without opposition, and and by regulating the rates within the revenue stand,
( I
*_ General GaincehiiowJngilio; : i () Mr.I JcfR-r.on, in 1S04, watchN the countonanc- the Generalmishf have some time, from the fact, that there was no room to without seeing anything of the enemy. ard upon others, a large addit.onal revenue will be

eral Tayler, and knowing, too, that (j : in hiscommuni- .mat's. .ma. of dtItb.itiOfl| | < that lighted the old plate il nnragoons under collected. Independently of the high considerations
fjce infantry in
eral! had ca'led' for all Mio force f j opposition) to the re. with: tu. t flu-at tin- moment tliose though. he bowed Thi our. own again wavered front. General 1'a kr Capt. May. i is on the spot where Walker Rangerswere which induced roe, in my annual messaee. to recommend -
rospcrf opinionrf ) i1itT red enemy ordered
\h : attacked the a modification and
Mexicans. The Texas reduction
by Rangers a
of the rate of
12,000 additional men to i whatever from him. in < thf Capt. May to charge their and he
tcnitory ali miri.j
j eastI on na-re/l banner on started

*' f"tr1r. hate been mustered into the of the United duty imposed by the act of I42,
/ not
service as being
and to be sent to him. General) ( ) I ." Mr. Madison of the slam an/I stupe* ,namts ef Taylor : but on reaching the point of the road whe.e he Stales and in reference to only
says, are encamped to the number of 600 proper a state cf peace but just to all
,. fore, undertook gratuitously! to i ( J ) : tinFrench 3kalosh, .l/wrr, .('I, and nlINI, I mean no would have been discovered by tLc enemy, lie wa or 7jQ( near Point Isabel. the great interests of the country, the necessity of

he at the distance of almost ComlJis. rttlertion upon thoehooted against them-they stopped by Ridgely, who told him that t the enemy The Kentucky and Missouri volunteer such modification and reduction as
] the ion are en. war measure
1OlJ po-scs of Texas were men tried had loaded all their and if he
< in ma'l\a field before, and their just pieces, charged
must be
camped Erazos island. now manifest. The
what General Taylor wanted : ) its cltTfls on that them them, he would be II said on country requires additional -
true Stop
as boundary. : day provifl espial to the l>est. swept away. Ridge- Several houses revenue in the
in Matamoros have been prosecution of the
knew it himself. And he did this LitMit. Iidrly! who entitled Iv, "until I draw their fire when he converted war It may
was to
I Ij : in 1803, that the Rio .ot. in the : ; deliberately into hospitals. and are filled with wounded Mexican be obtained, to a great extent, by reducing the
'j in the teeth of 1 I council was at the tune in attendance the fired each ; so ternblcjwas the effect of tlerapp. pro.
: the orders of on gun
very the poldiers, to whom attention i is hibitory and highly protective duties
) Wl'stcr boundary every paid by our sur iropcsed by the
Hinirijold and hat I voice in that the Mexicans poured their fire hispieces
thprlfot. la'i upon
.' p ment, thereby setting :most dang j t l he said title geons. existing laws to revenue rates; by imposing revenue
I. : : our mater, but he gallops his batter and then May! charged like a bullet, drove off
a 1tl/ : on Col. Torrejon. the Mexican officer who duties on the free list and
dent and I ; by modifying rates of
throwing a p ( clear the Island turning from his .it the their took La captured
hea'J < al : ns to vi to :1.jlr. some (fle said I cinnoneers: Vega prisoner, and retreat- Capt. Thornton's squadron, i is dead. He duty on other articles.
4 f upon the country. In 13l>, John Quincy : .Rid. ely! were you at thc cOrril and he replied .. Here Lieut loge, a noble, gallant soldier, however, killed as wo reported, in the battle was not but, The modifications recommended by the
\ These acts defended th.- .no, I did not know that t one had been but charged at the head of the squadron was killed and
are on 1 has of the
'. in the (ruth of this cale since died of a fever. Treasury in his annual report in December
.* necessity. I is a dangerous plea by the Mr. Moni f hope old.ach wil go ahead and bring matter stripped Lieut Sackett, than whom there is no The U. S. ship John Adams and brig Lawrence last, were adapted to a state of peace, and the addi
way, to doe '. but in this it is was were 1.*ing off the bar, also a cotter name unknown. tional duties now suggested by him. are with a view
case wholly
Mr.[ The command at this head foremost the
i .Mr. pitched into
I'inckncy. time underarms pond,
1] wai: and rose again covered -
The steamers Front and Cincinnati strictly to raise
let arrived at Ma- revenue as a war measure. At the
What was the necessity, and who the advance sounded The this with mud and water and escaped. The
opinion that the treaty Mexicans at moment squadron tamoros on the 12th inst. conclusion of the war these duties and should
its ? The result has shown 'were arranged along the edge of the chapparral suffered! very much. I am sure Charley May be abolished may
urgency claim to the disputed The brig Archelaus arrived at the Braos on the and reduced to lower rates.
that no such necessity existed, for mido a similar declara. in no very regular line and so soon a we commence feels grateful to Ridgel for his cool judgment and Ith inst. from Tampico, with Mr. Schatzell, late It is not apprehended that the existing war with
our movement they into the timely advice. Had he charged the loaded
i was beaten without the addition 1' retire clupI'arral on battery American Consul at Matamoros and several other Mexico will materially affect oar trade and commerce
the State Texas was and we |lost sight of with grape as it was, I do not believe he would with the
Americans, who had been previously ordered from rest oftheworld. On the the
Iand General Taylor's! required : Gen. Tavlor advanced his have saved contrary, re-
this line close a man.
the to the
ter- ductions
boundary ; up Matamoros by the Mexican authorities. proposed would increase that trade and
.: .: joined him, and have given him all and the Rio Del pond f l nn whfh the Mexican's. left re.tedtltc day be- The Afexicans returned to their guns and imir.ediatelv augment the revenue derived from it. ,

he wanted. But if the necessity !j i in the Congress of lore i ; ht.rt he halt. well knowing thit the resolved to the bayonet again.
$ \ance Mexicans had merely try On they went, cenev should he nermitt.1
th' 0.
orrti-Arnmonl H ARRIVAL OF THE C.1LIDO.YL1. 'etar in hi.h iit.i.a
its,occurrence, and C"psPfnJhC for J i! our 2o\eriimcnt ha. rptr'r.t.l. to the R aca .f' i I_P31m___n:,. "_ no"t, ";""_ ..;.,I.n.t and niece bv. niece fell before their determined bravery would be a deficiency in the treasury, for the
Hie t. Five Later from vigorous -
jt which Days
'ey until their Europe.
territory inclu .r a fJPprrft "! mold be entire battery was taken The infantry -
: ing' al proper authority to General ] r.I by erecting a cus rnid, Hofore despatching the advance a"c guard a reronnoil.rin -I and cannoneers fought hand to band between BOSTO, June 18. such prosecution an event it of it the recommended war: and to that guard against

made Generl Gaines a f j ; part wa.s thrown foiward into the the whet.Is. Ridgelv and Duncan then pushed their The Caledonia contingent
'former rher. steamship Capt. E. G. Lett was authority be given to issue
I i. necessity, any more than any j in his Gazetteer rhaparrat Lt. Dllran with his battery being thrown I batteries across the ravine, and both opened on the telegraphed this day at 12 o'clock and arrived at the tract 4 loan for limited amount treasury, reimbursable notes or to at con
on our red enemv. -llh
It.f a large 'l'Imtit of were all barf at half .
-: army ? Texas did not belong to of this :ammunition w past one o'clock.A early day. Should no occasion arise to exercise the
field each
description on sod secured it The across having driven thing before them.
( reconnoitering Liverpool letter that England hisonered still it be
.. rncnt, nor was General Taylor under j! "( from Mexico' on party under Capt. Jt'r. 'kit no bush un- The rout commenced the whip was applied and the her mediation between says the U. S. and Mexico. should power exist should may there important be a necessity that the for authority it.
Diand ; nor was General Gaines '! it'arrJf'l. a'l di>covere Rio Grande or Bra- graves cotton market has been reduced to a state ofcomparative It is not deemed to resort to direct
i responsible for operations there : thin vhirh the ;Ie\irall had buried! th< ir dead on the camp, where the savory odor of the dinner, in the quietude. or excises-ti.e necessary taxes
British measures recommended
:: moon. The had said Charge iigJit b*'fore, and no el'I,' was ti> be seen. act of preparing lor a grand jubilee by the Mexicans Prince Louis Napoleon} has arrived in England, : ed preferable as a of being deem
means the
government 1 his I It Gen.
Taylor revenue.
valiublo then ;
work on gave order to Canf.. McPall, of had probably lured them, knowing that the .'
We meo u to l leave for Florence, there to It is hoped that the with Mexico
take this war if
matter upon t i t !, in 1' 211!', says that the I he 3d Infantry, and Smith, lat Artillery, to select Mexican would, fight the harder for his dinner.- join his invalid father. ecutcd. vigorously
.]J General Taj lor alone we hare at their option, iOn men advanced I''Here the struggle was short pro as is contemplated, may be of snort da
; j an ando ; captured
g Texas a guard, every The has
( 'ise which s-'Ierf Oregon question now ceased to give any I shall be at all times ready to conclude
I he wants. You have neither such officers 3 they thought Iron thing, even to Arista's private boll"ge and portfolio uneasiness. an
proper honorable
j power j of I whenever the Mexican
: would peace
doing ex he wl.lp(r.rmand. The command could have their ,ntire camp equipage, and three hundred fine government
pon.ity.: !' the Rio Bravo delI abler hands. McCall had not mules. The Paris paper La Presse Monday,reached our shall manifest a like disposition. The existing war

c sid that necessity excuses : I himself by his intl!< fittirahle exertions distinguished on a scout On pushed Ri !.gely, Duncan, and Kerr like light been office tat bthe ni-fif- which announces that orders had has been rendered necessary by the acts of Mexico;
sent Minister of Marine and

'_I '. acts. I does so. The circum t | I } .7j.._ii'n .fTii"_. .\u:1. ..:., 1.M .11_. r'srine' lim'. l lf. <,re :..and .Smith I Ic.d. 1 the. charge.at the ninir_ ui'on the retreating enemy The Mexicans I oh..,, .. .mil'r...;.-.. ..u.'r.n..,... tn. .I.k"" "" _.to_U"1J"Brest__I._r_and v.4, .. whenever.'.. .;iH 1 that,, ,,.power......A shall, 1.i be ready, .k to .do..,usju.iii. A ....A-

t ue judged when, thy occur. 'so ; Bin Grande/ del Xort, ,, t Lt..florau'I D ,!, ,intd:".1.11, I MTowan.me oiucers two stiecit-a of the. best b) them woodsmen) were I caps threw; for down the their cry arms was,and" .Wrt accoutrementevin qiit pent" After their ships to the Gull Mexico, to 'reinforce the squadron tender to her the elite branch of peace.

f can be laid down. But a n \ ) ir ar} rat at one hun- a chaparral, the tmen the United State and Mexico. WAIHIGTOX
For him who June 16, IS46.
certainly has the ) ; jards tnthotit, artillery anti encountered
) ) I.iry of Teias." tno trying very liard. Their orders dragoons a bodv ot lancers The overland India mail of ht reached London
3 .. ty. In this case, r General ; i ii th most were to go/oricard, and the (;.'neralould follow. about l.V>i strung, draw up in line across the path, >f,terday It no May politicaland little-

.{, he extended his call beyond its i the adini- important 1 Tb.* miiri; \>>A} wa then crt.nizL', and a Ityof with lances in rest ready for a charge. Rid dy and commercial interest.- possesses The seeds of another contest from the.'' O. Delta,June 14.Texa .
ion of
: *. had an ad. Artillery under Duncan, :the Duncan itninciliatelv halted, and came into battery in the
or he deemed other Ifantr'und..r H.LIUP Sikh country were sown at the termination of
v; for any th"z rhea the armistice and the Artillery Itritsd.! ( il"! were action front ; but the sight of the dread artillery wa' I the late war. a.

: ... pary otenc or defensive' : : expired in IS I I, tlir" vvn forward to the chaparral. '.efl. Tavlor then too mini for the Mexican nerve. They. took to their We received yesterday the papers brought by the

: provided fr instructions ho : !I! in Chief of the Mex ordered the remtpiny wagons forward, ash oruVrcd I|j!I heels and ran for it like good fellows, never drawing Later from Mexico via Havana. Galveston. The particulars of the recent Indian

; that the country would have borne [' :. fiontier ril'lt Clitircl-ill- to t.row up entrenchrncrti, where. rein !Ml they brought up at the upper crossing The D.th. schr. Treaty, is the principal news which we find in
] I f Merchant Kean
: Capt. arrived at this
s"-. his ? I I pull.hl" a ; pack of wajons was tlt.n established, and I p'lrsUiS p3.r': dashed nn, taking the main road to received them. Eleven tribes were fully represented, and all
conduc port yesterday we files of Havana
ordcis of govern. place! his IS pounders and Fort Crown but the enemy retreated b a road to papers the chiefs signed the
> : ) and
ere is no parcllel between this '' !o np long tw U-es, that j to the 10th in*t. From the Havana Diane de la treaty declared their .determination -
c I every individual were in the wagon, in the \'urk': and defend the j the right, and escaped. I I!' bed on with Lt. Scar- Marina of the 9th inst. to assist in punishing all who might violate -
the the
'I course of Gen. Jackson at New ;J talc.. of one league tram, 'houl 1 it b attacked j I ret f and Bt. Capt. Arnold to carry the news to Fort letter which is later than the we advices from Vera following Cruz it. One ot the objects of the delegation of Indians *

.-. Tbe parallel woul bo between Jen. | Rio Bravo will be At moment it was that the gallant Bltkre-', rnwn. But on emerging from the cparrai, we brought by the steamer Mississippi Pensacola who have accompanied Gov. Butler to Wash

and ( en. Taj -not between Gen. I c ivd the sh .t fr"f thf accidt'ntal discharge of his met with most unwelcome reception; for our friends [Charleston Courier, June 17.: ington City, \\i to 5x upon a line of boundary within

.: and Gen. Gaines. Gen. Gaines I accomplice of the pi'tnl-.of iiili WI.lld he died f,1 the same day.- at the Fort mistaking us for rancheros showered on which to restrict the occupation of the Indians.
the national territory, In the death of Cap. Blake, the army sustained a Ihi a volley of grape, which was taken up by the enemy Correspondence Diario de la .Manna. The points settled by the treaty are thus enumera-
.; .; own department, out rf th. way of j cnuntiy, and after a great 10:' A more gallant! and accomplished officer with a round at the Fort from their eighteenniiimders I VERA CHCZ, June 1, 1S4G. t-l.
with n"t. .(. ; .. .._,. The
I Indians
no means judging what : coul. 'I' ".n.1 n and welldirected did their
was receive me Saul ". I dl"" ; so fire happento The Consuls of the neuter nations! rave protested acknowledge themselves under the
I ;; TJ, and expressly ordered not judge. !j ; i.al. evident The wounded were carefully placed in wauons, to that I Is-lb. shot struck a stir.ip within eigh.teen i against the blockade of this port declared on the protecton of the United States,and recognize no other -
I was that 1,0, and sent to Point lsatx-1. inches of Capt. Arnold's horse Lt. authority, pledging themselves
And besides, when he did judge, : i S-arrett 2uth of last month, by the commandant of the U. S. to perpetual amity
: he do ? He the \ ( cast of the Del Xort Nothing of consequence$ transpired for several and m.vsc'lf ;pushed on, and were welcomed b) a heart fleet which allows only 15 days (or foreign vessels and friendship with the people of the United States,
.. passed by President I of the country of the hours, when a messenger arrived from Capt McCall cheer. No sooner was the news heard, than three to leave the port. The principal portion the American and all other friendly Indians.

hand, and the go\'rrnor of the States then four miles ahead of the main l hoe that he had cheers were given by the garrison. The .Man in fleet is now at Isla Verde and the American They agree not to form alliances with the enemies

.' other, and levied a fro of 12,000 j ; in the conclu. : from been fired on from a six-poundtr, ) debouching j., the "'"il, Hut who had proved himself a hero during men-of-war St. Mary's and Falmouth, and a small of the country,and to give notice of any contempla

his own authority, appointing Iho treaty the chiparral on Jackass Prairie. This had j the Umioardment, was mounted upon a traverse, bri? are cruising before Tampico. ted ins asion or impending danger

: ',. them to raise their I Houson, when a no effect on Gen. Tailor other than quicken his go- I land quieting the t troubled sea by a magic wave of Many families are leaving this city for the interior. Each tribe is to give notice of any violation of the

reeling regiments ; I ( and guarantied ahead character ; and he plshf on. Oa arriving that same old hat give the signal and loud and long We are now here a) in 1S33, with the only difference treaty on the part of any other.

; !; .. ". dering the officers of the field! and : \ ter boundary of at the ed!e of the ,prairie, no enemy) was to be been.'apt. were the peals shouted forth by the gallant and devoted that the Castle is in a better condition. They are to give up all prisoner, and aid the au

; :. tcrmasters, commissary, and ordnance jf j of this < CcCal had cnl,'red the Iccun1 chaparral and Seventh.I After much delay the Congress of the nation had thorities of the United States in obtaining them
treaty were
to furnish supplies of all kinds, was mile ahead. returned shortly to the camp and found that the first meeting the 27th,Senor Bustamente (the They pledge themselves to desist from all murder

., arms and ammunition and : 'j subsequent declara Hut now the fventfiil moment was drawing nigh, our troops were renting immediately on the battle ex-president. ) being appointed President of (the same, and depredation, and to surrender all offenders to 5s
its and scarcely had he entered! the ground. Alas, what a sad picture itself tried the laws
i r authority second chaparral, presented ; and it is generally believed that Paredes will be by of the United States.
the orer of his colonels ; and : 1 when word came from tlt advene that the enemy around were lying heaps of dead, dying and disabled elected legal President of the Republic.It The United States have the right to establish a-

:... L". : for is known here the other ., : EXPEDITION. were in force at Ilcsacadc (la Palma arId within fiveitirilred men-the sigh, the groan the shriek of agon filled is said that Paredes will march over to M.ltamoI I gentries and trading houses among them, and to establish 4

; ; for the government does not know who I yards: of Ihe advance guard. Order were the air ; whil-t-.t the eye could not rest upon a spot tOtS at the head of a atrnno' arm v_, iKa l,.rtro.t, nnrti/\n 1 military nosta. A-r.
[ that Captain O. immediately given to pack the and form but it met with a head, a leg, an arm, a .otr 00 -- ---- -- -- r--'
;; r: ted them. If be had to call out says order of wagons the body cut composed from the body of troops called Reserve. They concede to the United States the right of
Louis bittle. The wagons were placed by the waist, or the more fortunate dead, who had The control all
: did trofll on the 16th as dcilnall.d day for the departure of the is fixed already over trade and intercourseand will in no
he army
j the anj
not the
to constitutional received their death
go wound from the rifle
Artillery Brigade, with sure ormusket. instance seek
but knows personal redress
i first object of the Batter no body it. Gen. Bravo will occu- injuries, either to
i; to the go\'ernor of the States ? / be ) left to protect them-Capt. Kerr's squadron py the Presidency ad interim. person or property, but will in such cases apply to

$ fe ,- The volunteer' act passed before the j to capture a I I'j covering the extreme rear The 3d, .-1th, flth, Now soy dear sir, how can I describe to you the The suspension ot payments continue, and business the United States agent.

ment acted his first calls and .j l Rio Grande, about I and 5th Infantry, with May's squadron, were posted personal acts of braver)-not only in one instance remains in the worst condition. The Government They concede the right to introduce among them
upon they ; ] which keeps along the road, within the chaparral. Gen. Taylor but in twenty-and not simpl by the officer but by had called ministers of the gospel and
for schoolteachers.
a meeting the
It, thus enabled to legalize his first calls / open then ordered fidgety with his the common soldier. The whole battle purpose of procuring
flattery, to forward I was fought They to prohibit the introduction
that and resources, which I believe agree of spirit-
city can hardly be ob
tho lit of May. His Us' call for I and clear the wa)-Capt. McCall and by individual squads,led some times by officer
rOOO() ) Smith to deploy an and tained, because the clergy is not able to ous liquors among them, and to give notice of the
t. in
i' : ; our possession, on the right and as skirmishers frequently by the non-commissioned ollicer. I pay amount violation
I was after he had received full lef until reinforced could of $tllJOOO monthly asked by the Government of this provision.
?J ,*,* '. the Yictories of Gen. Taylor, probabl( 1 ( between our by but the 5th th. RiJjjelv waited not a not say too much for every man engaged. So eager and on the other hand the actual condition of the; The United States, in consideration of these stipulations -

than week after. north. The nor. mor"nt. !started his battery at fullpec. deter- were our men for the fight that I cannot better describe several States i is not such as to expect from them on the part of the several Indian tribes represented
a to have
their any
fiorn southern mint no more long-taw test enthusiasm than to give you the idea that resources. at the treaty, agree to make peace for them
;: .: But there was a rumor-fur this, if .1 mea at close quarters. .As he charged struck me, it was this : Every man, officer and sol with all their enemies, to give them presents

[:,' tho pleas of justification-that Pa rede- once. To illustrate with one loud from his men, the Mexicans o- dier,seemed impressed with the idea that there was The correspondence with IhVar Department.We .- (all,&c., as usual in similar treaties. every
j j ., the Reveille states their artillery and him. but a given quantity of fighting to be had-not
I coming on with a largo force And .penec. ..n'. ,....1 J ..'I ,,.. i musketry_ upon.. On for to have his enough published yesterday the correspondence betweenthe The Eseiuaias and Mrscaleroa. numbering
man fill Jo.
: whole country was : :. I'" 1"t' Wlnln one nun- every of it-and. therefore it Secretary of War and General Scott. We
J I' ; ; ; commence .
was, what then ? This was d/ed of the getner about (XW souls, who
T a rumor of Indians yards muzzle of the (enemy's pieces and uccame every man 10 get ins nu as soon as possible. to-day with the letters which between are branches of the
tho passed
! consideration of General Taylor, !! tie commenced the action. Smith and McCall Hon deployt.d Instances there were, where one man in charging Mr. Marcy and en. Gaines. They leave uj little Lipans and allies of the Camanches, and came re

.: circumstances to judge far better of it : 6 bucJen and and engaged the infantry. The fire from the upon their batters, leaped astride their pieces, and room for any thing else. It is a satisfaction to know cently the from the Mexican prairies, are included a-
i like sheep in the Mexican guns w as awful. The holding on with one hand, beat off the mong tribes represented at the The Ca-
. 1 .i. : Gen. Gaines. A rumor indeed ? And infanty were engaged gunners with t that whilst the Secretary of War is carry ing on a paper manches treaty.
, ;: : !I One thousand Ran. within twenty paces of elY'1 battery, and the their swords, and were there cut down war with two Generals about the manner of are anxious to conciliate them
i this rumor ho levies an army It is j' out from Chi. whole fire of their nine ,pieces concentrated on hisatfery. An instance occurred when in a charge upon a hostilities against MexicoGen. with conducting One white child and four Mexican boys were ransomed

6 : Loped there will bo no rumor that tho I j' go > The first shot from the Mexican battery piece.. Lt. Jordan was attacked by two Mexicans and sword in hand, has carried the war into Taylor the from the Camanches. The two Parker chil
I I dren
s will fall ; for if there is, lIe may They wero out knocked over one man and three horf at our first bavonetttdin two places. when Lieut. Lincoln of country, and will probably bring the contest enemy's to"an to were seen, and arrangements havebeen mad

i1A:' i j sight of the savages >ims. The enemy fired two high, as on the day the Mil rushed up, and with his own sabre made honorable peace, before the fight is ended. procure them by frost
to paper
quartermaster's department provide d in shame with. efore. The .Aid_ and Mh! infantry soon came up de- perfect mince meat of the two. Again, when Ridge. Some of the letters of Gen. Gaines A party of eleven of the Tonkaway Indians recently
$ cessary scantling to keep( her off. ." Captain O'Hri- loyed a! skirmishers!, and took a hand in the game ly charged with his battery across the ravine and liar. That of the 2d of September, 1545,very which pecu visited the new Dutch Colony at Castroville,

: f .If. An immense sum of money has )( ,' of -the space. M-paratinz the two lines infantry not M.A* fitnrirtinfr At one nfhia titerpj he- ura<-i fhrtrt- Kv : publish to-day, is a rare one indeed. Every body we and stole three horses. The owners of the horses
this city exceeding three lancers, he mounted his horse and immediately pursued, overtook and of
?% ; only uselessly expended, immense 1' twenty paces. Our men and officers seemed drove them must read it. killed three
it) | of supplies issued and dan Americans, particularly determined to have a close hug of the off with his sabre alone. Hut it would take a volume The public do not take much interest in these the Indians, and recovered the horses.
,, .I. illegally a i I a party of 114 sav.i enemy and M cool and collected were all hands, to recite (the whole, and I am sure that in Gen. Talor's )- squabbles between high officers but personal Col. barney, cf the U. S. Dragoons, has recently

: military precedent but Icrif\ JI i him in the that not a shot was thrown away. The command detail report, all will appear-the fact is every with the history of the as connected made a reqnuitii-n upon the Governor of Texas for

ti jury has been otherwise done to the i' little. from one end of the line to the other was, not to fire man was a hero. If I may say sir without doing lish an account of them. In country regard to we the must pub seven companies of men to assist in the defence of
band sub.
; ;% ment and tbe country. In the nrdoi of .\ I J l was until you could see the whites of their eyes injustice to any party. to which arm the most credit with Gen. ScAt, there la scarcely room correspondence for the frontier.

ican patriotism, have flocked ] Ito j!I government to pro. At this time no adequate! idea can be had of the u due, I would say the artillery under Ridgely and difference of opinion as to the very great impropriety .
\'ountecr hover the
( and O'lirian of grape, canister and round shot flew regiments of infantry the Sth
are that and of portions of his letter of the 21st of .5 Orator" and as "
Li: ; the of the May,addressed Fashion.
.. country, hoping to from the batteries 5th. The of
Iandar are call enemy's -it was a perfect hail. charge May's juadron was a gallant to this Secretary of War. We do
p \ !;r'L part in it defenct. When discharged I Iri-ih party Devils. .torm. Their batter), composed of nine pieces keptup thing, its success, however was attributable to the President could have done less than not withdraw see how Gen.the That excellent sporting paper, the New York

*'7*" administration in the performance of.n or an incessant roar, whilst Rid !ly gave it to themat timely advice of Ridgely, and his willingness to re- S. from the command of the in Spirit of the Times,gives the following intelligence
'J perative duty, their feelings become j tho province of Se. the rate of four guns per minute from each piece. ceive the fire of their batteries, when it Was believed that letter had been read by him.army The after Col. Johnson, cf Virginia, whose victories with

ttF ( rciulution. Za. Tile cannoneers threw off their coats and role up sufficient to sweep whole 8'juadrolls-not meaning tosay letters of Gen. S., to explain the subsequent Boston" hare made his championship of the turf
and they transfer lo the hicb functionaries heir sleeves away obiectionahfa 9mrtf tn/lt.jTttifKTj Kaa trA
the but tliat.
I of Diirantro. Sim. to shoulders and nlied fay would just as live have charged on *kA k.K. AA EJ if*
portion 01 mar 01 toe aist or
of blame to : unceasingly For twenty minutes this me loaaeu asu'on me May, show that he him Orator" a Boston" colt, cf the that
expressions applicable only ; become ; battery sup. gun empty one-ne is a brave self must have become satisfied same w
1'i i inde by the 5th and Sth gallant and efficient officer. of the error he had Henry was in his
bore memorable
who, without law, without authority, and I: porte concentrated fire committed; but we do not see that he match with Eclipse.
to California, enemy. As )'et the enemy budged not one But in speaking of individuals, let roe not forget in was successful Orator last week at Baltimore drove Fashion to
: out an sufficient has removing an extent which up
f I ) ju&tifcatiol, placed I i influence ; inch, but soon the ejitering-wedge was placed ; the McIntosh Paine Stamford, Garland. Graham, Mc of the decision made by the authorized a change 7.36-7.51( the first heat being run in a second bet'

: in thi unforunate The j feeling themselves 5th and 8th, under our battery, tried the Call, Smith Barbour Chapman Scott (c.f coon no. impressions that letter President, the very natural ter time than that between Henry and Eclip-
ton tees and laments! this. But it ban to 3 fleet of cold steel and whenever a soldier missed toViety,) McCowan, Dobbins, and so I might go on In regard to the produced. Fashion, now nine years old. is of the same age that
I i4 ftfgber consideration's of the the Mexican with his shot, he advanced-as did the over the entire register of officers engaged. Gen. Scott had laid down plan of the campaign" which Eclipse and Boston were,when they biade their bet

i constitutional Do ibo best brave Mexican-and whoever got the first stab at And let me not overlook the non-commiisioned too slow for the although it strike vi u time in their great match races over the Union coor*.
duty. we can, he other was the lucky man. officers and privates to them the country owes a the purpose, till it it one which ahowa No colt like Orator has made his o*

: is expensive enough. Allow any or is stated that du. A moment before this the enemy Ridgely's debt of gratitude for their unflinching bravery during that military he took character and science of its author, and the Northern turf for years. With the appearance exception of

: k military man to cal out what in battery very hard ; the inlantrv pre battery, both day. A. to our good General and his intelligent matter. But a very comprehensive view of the whole Henry, no four year old has coma near his time, ia
ever have
and we shall have a debt con6ne in deploying got to far at time from hi. pieces, and efficient staff too much cannot be said- that the as we said before, we cannot regret this part of the world, for half a century. lIeu* s
'. pJeus lon war and left them the of matter baa been kept in (he hands of bay, and of about the
peals size
> I requested by Rid e. approbation are heard from Maine to Gen. of John Blount: hit action,
: wi nrecs noon. u like an incubus for a '_l _ri, .nvtmnnmvm" ..u".. I 11 to ride back epose.say to wa the General that they Georgia. and the page of history will be graced thro' the highest Taylor, who, thus far, has more than justified like BIount's-who pve Fashion one of the hardest

W. being one, were pressing his pieces very hard; to send up some time and through eternity witb the name of Taylor. tary career in anticipations the Florida of success raised which hit mili race she ever ran-is superb ; be runs very low to
infanty. I Hut I roust close. I refer war had in the minds the ground, and his
tury.IUtt Before the at once did so, and met the General rid- you to the official re- of all who knew him. remarkable turn of speed if nlj
pole We want no other General
ng along as though nothing port of Gen. Taylor for the statistics equalled by his endurance.
r .f FJLO.-CB.-There are was going on. lie re* of killed and to lead
from his our to battle and
1.. RADII road in pocket a piled to tbe messageOh, never mind i He is wounded and may amuse you hereafter with some of Patriot army victory.-Baltimore His race with Fashion last week-and it was s

840. open franc, the step, and doing very well. Let him alone there is no fear of the scenes of individual strife acme of which were ( Jt'Mg.) tremendous one-the best,in fact,that has ever beea

1703 more conceded and in proNs of"' I General Green, iim." I returned and found him driving the enemy. I, nmitive.lv- funny. Mount run in Maryland-dors not appxar to hare affect'him

over 200 will be completed during the said, 'I for one By this time the 3d and 4th came gallantly on.dc- It was the misfortune of the artillery brigade not marble mantlepiece Vernon.-Tbe at Mount story Vernon about mutilating the a jot. A gentleman who saw him and "looked
ploying[ on the right and left. Then to hare proven to be him, all o'er" on last that hi
came the heavy participated in the Tuesday informs
; year. Adding t ibil J jnes for which honor, that if I blows that kept the fight. except those com untrue. The facts, as we heard them narrated by a was in condition to us
wedge in the for
moving. First came a ranies advance guard; and also that Duncan run a man's life.
:tt padief Hare petitioned the Chamber, of American round from the then gentleman Alexandria, are these: The servant, Fashion, the
battery t blow on the /if ht did not get up sooner ; but I am inclined to tbiak whose it dust phenomenon, n truly herself II0$1!
.t& will bare jo 1850 8,310 kilometres, or from the fifth sod 3d, and then one from the left bv that a vote of thanks would rather have been voted struck duty the was of to the the furniture in the room, At nine years old, after baring distinguished herself
miles of Vail road dilpJJe thesthandltb; and so it was-ths word Puab Duncan for his arm figure, and knocked it off.- by more memorable victories than horse
F 4,000 completed- ; i his was staying away, for had he been with Alarmed at what she had done she any pafhapj
immense network, of which Park L* Culflng along-keep moving !" until Ridgely placed his bat the same chance u Ridgely the enemy would have a screen, where it was placed behind ever known on the American turf, site commenced
an ( (cry where th-ii'i first ,itood and cur men stood on been 19 badly whipped as to destroy all hopes of sn. I Com. jtdv.. subsequently found.Y.; her thirteenth campaign with s contest that has fr*
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iJ Defence of Apalaehieola 'se.- ;- -
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THE] TarloV - -- -- l-
We notice in -fourth or July. Rttohed That the i
the last Apalachicola Advertiser fu/A. proceeding this :
memorial of the citizens of that to the the fate of the tariff for Agreeably to previous notice. the citizens of Tat Convention published in the Floridian and Scuth J. IL.: SCA 'am

sr "LETsntnrdaj. v. LOrE. of place Prei.dent rt ine On the 15th the lahassee. assembled at the Capitol en Friday era Journal at Tallahassee. SURGEON

== th United States on the subject cf their the House of Representa ing, 2qth inst.to concert measures for the proper,eel-! DANIEL BIRD, Chairman. DENTIST I

June g7 1M46.SOFTHH.FLORIDIAN.. p condition,the important interests at stake, of Way and Meant, by itt ebration of the approaching Anniversary of Ameri- O. H. GADSDEW, Sea. WILL be at the Uwer Mineral Sprints in a ftw '

rightful demands on the General can Independence. On motion SAMUEL s. ? and remain (o a short Per.n I
Mr. McKay, has SIBLEY Col Surgery in Sultan cf in the vicinity h r !
was Turkey services
for cUt to the chair THOMAS J. Tkl.-Te ., de.irin wi baf an opportunity ;
Intende to embody and car- I HODSOW Secretary.The publishe a dere bodies of the female of being ltd at the
-- The clearly and correctly states the .lae be delivered when they die tc the June 20, 43 Sring. .
memoria following resolutions offered by Mr. up _
to the 2 i
published supersede
Fw an>iAW every Saturday, al iI
THE > condition of their citizens the Bartlett.and ,.'airoly! adopted anatomical college at Golota for dissection. For I

THREE DOLLARS per annum, 11ulably in ad- of interest centered there ; of large of 1842.- The country we Retolted, That the Citizens of Tallahassee: celebrate the first time, the dissection of a female slave took For Sale
FIFTY if monthiftheWof not only the
or THREE paid DOLLARS but ctizn.themselve. be freed from the dangerous the approaching of July.Retflted place at Golota not long since, in the presence of f-w* A I1ANDSOMI BRASS :
of .ublbIDg. or FOUR i their fellow-citizens of t a large number of most of whom .ereTurks. with MOUN
unjust taxation and the that a committee appointed to make persons BUGY. top
thereafter. cpit will furnished Alabama and b f suital (O o I
b Likewise all
bud Erj- DOLLARS. Advertisement at the Gera. the immediate interest aim to practice those lib necessary irrangeraentji, including the appointment 1_two ,, by !
inserte of the ot Readir and Orator. - -- --- -- -- -- ---- P- A.
,in the - HAYWARD.
of 1 - -- -- - -
ual nte A liberal discount yearly ad- Apalachicola Arsenal, with a considerable security ,1 nations ought to be gi- Resolved, That the several volunteer companies [ADVERTISEMENT.] Tallahassee, June 20, IS41i. 48TAIESI'AXES I

.t t _ _ _ of public arms and which most of them, un lie invited to take part in the celebration. A Stlinxlr--Read tht.ieF.bor T7 -
ammunitions there I
BaocsiEtBROUcn's speeches and letter deposited.The I are fast hastening but Thefollowing ame gentlemen were then appointed _\'.- Shoemaker. I tee a hmirlp over l-Couecior't secoiMi i
Mr. P o trecinet t ,
expense of fortifying Apalachicola would t a free republican the Corn tail : door, :i-t-h words Boot and Shoe Store. That presume aLI. : e !

on o first page.jjj. I (trifling in comparison to the important point the star pple John W. Argyle, Gen. Toma. Brown to inform the public of your occupation and TO ALL WHOM I MAT CONCCKiV. j

of wtfuld polar by to Gen. John P. Du Val. Col invite them ? .Yes.a Well. T SHALL attend at the following places again
the second page to-dat't paper will be afford the in case it was to to give you a cal fo 1
O enemy necessary Judge James E. Broonie, Maj Thomas J. Latham, some of those who along this will JL the purpose collecting the State and County]
f.w pass tue I
article from the Washington Union upon ocoupt it. A small gun battery, which could reduction Capt. R. A. Shine, Lieut. G W. stree due for the in the of
fond a against any of lutCbinH. doubtless notice our sign i and perhaps ss come in present year County n. fo
calls made by the veteran GAINKS. for volunteers. easily erected at the point south of the city, and They say, whatever may be John P. Cole, Lt. Wahinon Datet. and trade with you-perhaps not. But :i great many wit; i

Ib We think the Union unnecessarily sere, but the a inconsiderable expense, would cCectuall command it is that in W. W. Taylor, If. M. Brown. people} will tra\erS the other streets of the city, At George Wi1ox'i Lake Jatksn. on Mondav \
published that our readers may see both the entrance the city and river. As at o peace J. R Fortune Major James Barry, who will not seeyour sign, and they may be in want .22J June, ( 1 o'cok. a. ni u.ti 12 o'clock, m.
present I
ace i t is neCtar) and therefore N. Bemis, I T. Birtchett( of boots nr liocs to. Yi-u need another my At Reuben Munm'.on Tueea.3.Jane,frcm

lide. _ ._ situated one or two snail steamboats of an cnemt. Mexico, the present law Thomas Simmons, I). Galbraith, nelhh. .!That's a fact-I did no' lig.that 10 o'dok. a m. until 4 o'dok. p. f!

The Oregon Treat)'. '. properly armed and equipped, would we cannot raise a suffi Gco. K Walker, I II.! L. Rutgers, beflrco" Go then, and advertise in some goodnewspapertell At L'yrtPseliop.IamoniaLakeon Wednesday,24th (

the elf James Kirkset. M. L. J.kt'r. I them where find boot June from 10 o dock, a. m until 12
that the place, up the river, destroy the Arsenal to your andiiiOestre o.dok. m. .
understood Treaty, signed by its is worth
It is and retire frot l exp'ns. I RI Bern, Josie1li Cushy. ot what varieties son keep for sale and At Pisgah Church,Centreville,on Thursday, 25h ,

President and sent to the Senate for the settlement of a large amount c plunder. the subject, that On motion the chairman and sccrctar) were added I I that yOU will be glad to hate them call and examine Jute from 10 o'cok. a. m. until 2 o'cok.p. m.

the boundary, has received the sanction of the present defences, thct could to n help for little merit or reason it has. to the committee. I I for themselves. Thus instead of informing th(1 At Beard's ( 2Cth I

Oregon body by a vote of 41 to 14. The injunction of With but few citizens at the city, and they with) a tariff fo protec On motion of Mr. Montgomery, it was resolved only who pass Jour door, you will infr the whole June from 10 o'clock, a. m. unti:o'clork.'p. m. '

tat what could ? Loy that the of this be in aoundou for a distance. Then theladies At Roach's X Road,on !,27tb June,from '
arms resistance would proceedings published country great st\rl
been removed, and will not.it is b J3dt I the benefit of home mteti'e '
manu .
has jet 10 a m. until 4
ecTeC! the merchants ,
useless city papers. S Chair'n.THOJU mechanics, farmers and even and o.cok. p. I. i'
slid until news of its sanction by the EritUh Goer ,- perftttlt to attempt a defence, although, ; say it is to protect in J. UODVON, Secretir SILEY.}. workmen cf ether town, will all know where to Stansburj.on Monday.7Jh Jnne.fioxn 1C

t hu been reeie. doubt not, should an attack b made there would one who will compare the find you, and perhaps flock in by hundreds S by o'cok. a. m. until o'clock, I p. (a. j

The following are said to be the articles of thct be a desperate effort of defence, how et cr unfortunateit labor with the high divi ICr" A meeting' the committee a single advertisement in a new spaper. you may pro 1 o'clock.,rt flraden. on Tuesday, 30th June from If/ t

might result. fit 100 percent. in year. "That's a fact, my a m. until o'dok. p. m.

Treaty: It i is well observed \ill readily ,see that is particularly requested at the Capitol friend and Ill try it before I am a day older. S The Tax payers of Ln County are again respectfully t
in the that the
JlrtieJt I. Fixe the territorial boundary between memria city / class. Now, the ef this afternoon at 5 let every mechanic take the hint" requested to mal payment without deb!. \ !

\the United States and Great Britain, West of the I and harbor is of the utmost importance both in is to check, if not prohibit o'cock Col l Sibley-Having read the above, I have taken A. A. FISHE.
--- -- --
Rocky mountains on the line of 49 decree till it ,, State and National view. I is the entrance to the foreign growth and manu Coiretpondence of the-Floridian. t the hnt,and send you for publication the subjoined June 13, IS Sheriff 1G. and ex oj 7.a Colator.

reaches Queen Chalote'. Sound, and which then throughthe 'to interior of Fund;, Georgia and \laL.ma. and inigl.tbe made at home, in our own WAsm\e/roN CITY. June 17, JrII I

Straits Britain of Vancouter's Fuca to Island oean. gives easily Irotelo and dtfthdf Below the city ller price. This results At present, the Oregon treaty M all the tall. You Look at This 1 otC('.

Great of the Columbia would be a safe retreat for large or small plj- hate the by the ( months alter date the under.ienfd will
Art. 2. Declares the navigation "ft1 (: ellrr has to raise the probably seen proposition m.Jf ; o acC'uuloations. so they saY. SIX pre-

river, up to where it tnkes the line of 49- to b ing in the Gulf and would affoid abundant suppliesof the (lot)' under the tanfl, British Minister-.4'Jthe line giving to Great Britain : Kept in plent at .\ndr\ HoI )'- Probate of his accounts and vouchers to"the Judge e>f

to the Hudson's Bay Company during the con- all kinds which might be all Vancouver's r.s Island and granting tn the you should ask me now by who. sir, Ln County as Administrator on the
free necessary.We i (enabled: to put a high. Hud-ton'd its charter, estate of I(tnrJ T. Copeland.and apply! for letters
Luance of its charter. : & Cay Cuniyanv dunig tlI fr.'f reply by CLARK MERCER-
north cf the sincerely trust that the importance of a pro is he is navigation of tile Ylumbu here i doubt that & dismission from the said estate.WILLIAM _
and '
proh't'1 11 T IIO
Jtrl. 3. The rivers ports hhnT tt hateopened at this mart of health
great a
the both nations. per defence will no longer b neglected by the General fw'r goods are a treaty has been signe-d on this | !( l v the \ C. CUfBIL.Jm'r..
4?:to be free to commerce ( brought l'r"lnll"h.l BO\RDING HOUSE, where rood supplies June il. IMS. 47
advice of the Senate, and little will
for the forts and trading viationsof GO'ernmtnt.While as doult will be
.frt. Indemnity rcfure less revenue is made constantlv kept for man and horse ; and as
,the Hudson's Bay Company south of -49= on this subject, we may permitted another be immediately! ratified bv the Senate. Tlievt.te 01. such rtiMmpnt are usually embellished inflaming Florida Supreme Court Reports.
L *. at a duty of fifty per adv said hate been 3 to H). Senator
and of the Americans north of the same, if anther \ ia:1 treaty, is to : \ords If praise, we shall only ask a published, and for sale at this
remark or two. The hole coast of Honda of goods would bring Yule'e was oneot' the .*u., and Senator( Vctcfl generouspublic JVS Office, or bv
be. wortl to come and spend the summer, P. A. R
of more exposed and less protected from foreign inta- dollars but here the flisent There is, however, no certan.tt about this Q IA1W. (
for Where .
Art. 5. Indemnity private proper } rtizen! ,; I every prospect' pleases, May 140.. 42
or who mat be south or north of if siun than any other portion of the United States. cannot it and 3 the proceedings were during t.t secret session of Health flows upon the breezes f

they subjects wish to retire within their own teritor)'. The great extent of sea coast renters U;necessarily ( Ia)bethat the s'nate.decided Senator Allen of! Ohio in his COnllerctof views! Game fish and oysters plenty, I"urnlurc for Sale.
consequence so an against as
Having been adopted by the United States Government so, and while we,who are thus situated, feel for ourselves to the country, and Chairman ot the Committee t on Foreign Relations, Mix'd with other CLARK daintv 1 Sofa, .
J. MERCER. 1 Bureau with I
a glass on the
there is no doubt of the acquiescence on it is no l less the interest of our neighbors ot : will b raised. Sup declined continuing a member of that comrr.itte-e. St. Andrews, 1st June 1" 1. 27 1 Handsome curl maple top bedstead vith I'
the part of Great Britain. We may.then conclude Georgia Alabama and other Southern Slates, to sympathi is unit twenty per cent,- Six balloting chairman.The were.had on )'csterdaJ without electing '& The Sentinel and Albany Patriot and Courier caters.venere
a new
that this question is settled. ewilh us. To effectually protect and defend be encouraged to bring popular sentiment here is sratitication for the vt ill i !lease copy once and forward account to C. & 1 Dozen fashionable Chairs. .
us, would require a large ..utlavbv GOH'rnmtut. but and at the same time removal of impending national di culiet.. and suCh, M as ahl"'t. Apnlr. tO -J.. .R- JnnTn"9 ..
Mr. letter. --- ------ June 6, 18 1C. .
DrJenbrurh' would I doubt not. will be the prevailing feeling throughout 4t :
protection cost a of his !
temporary comparatively advantage: course Church Mecti.ag.
attention of
We ask the special cur readers, and the countrv.The -

of all who may have the opportunity t'i .e it, tote trifling amount A slight defence at Apalachicola b greatly increased ; and House took up for a few moments on Mondaythe ,(rjThere will be a protracted meeting at Enon C--rRIAGE AND low TWO of NEW HARNESSES 1

letter of :Mr. Brockenbrough published tl.it St. Marks and Tampa Bat: would check the inroads b a moderate differ new tariff billthc discussion has not yet corn- Church, near Lake Bradford commencing on Friday June 6. IS-( price 4, $13 Apply to ;.

Many were desirous to know his of an enemy, who might otherwise conceive it an : under an almost prohibi menced. before Jhe fourth Lord's day in July, 1?>4G. Our R tRTN. t
paper. persons I imitation to themselves of these and Pending the debate on H't Indian AppropriationBill JEFFERSON COUNTY
possess ports a duty of twenty cent., brethren to attend.
views in relation to a Contention, and wrote to him per in the PiU"hlry. of Texas, made ministering are in\'ite f

en the subject, but as his time was to much occupied harbors, through our unwarrantable neglect. Hat hundred instead of five able defenCc loue.r and the course of the a June 13. l'.li. [Sentinel please cop!.] Tax virtue of Collector SAle. I r :

ing neither arms or ammunition we are almost entire the BY authority tested in me by law. I .
being amount Executive in relation to the of f Taylor the
ad\'anrt ,
with his duties in Congress to allow him to answer (OWE are authorized and requested to announce expose for sale, before the Court House
defenceless. The of the Gotj Rio Grande. The members from Texas are
singular policy new
each individually, he chose to publish this letter yield twenty both sound men, and will ,io honor to tl-eir State. Capt. SAMUEL SPENCER, of the Jefferson Hussar. door, in Monticello, Jefferson County on the t
j in militia
ernment aid from
refusing to in arming our i of small
a amount
so that all might know what his position i is. I 1 i The Great \\tslor hasarnve-d, Nevus of our war .-, as a candida'e for Colonel the Regiment ofCavaln Fist Monday in December nrxt,
t in the Indian it is o
rreathes the right spirit. He speaks openly for- I I hlica objections beau f. war, to the mimi, furnishes with! Mexico had been received in 1nigland,and created attached to the Second Brigade, Fla. Militia. the following property or so much thereof at i

getting self in his zeal for the democratic cause in said, we received more than our quota shows a want comprehended. Of course a great IcDiation. The C"r Law had passed a 1 pay the tax due on said property : .i .

of feeling for our defenceless situation. There are, tl.e same proportion when second reading with the L-i. bv a large tote. The :tWE are authorized and requested to announce WiSE4SSS.TlR4SS.Econtaininz79.91acrs.EJSE4S3GT1R4S& &

Florida. at the Arsenal Chattahoochie than Queen had added to the Royal WALTER F LLOYD,of the Tallahassee Guards E .. 79.91" L
at more three as in the case of our ac- ,as '-
We need not say we approve his views in relationto Family. The proposition made h} the British Minister LONO.2S23T2R4N&E
< thousand stand of muskets, with abundance of am a candidate for Major of the Regiment of Cavalry at- 115 .
and the duties of all democrats was this steamer. .
a to good rteie \ 3S23T2R4N&.E, 104" t
C.nfenton.in the State. The crisis, i is one which demands munition which could easily} be I'lace in the contiol conclusion, that a high There en a rumor late!} that the U S steamer tachf to the Second Brigade, Florida Militia. 1S ,"., T2. R4.N4.E, 4t. "

of the Governor ot this State. Should neither be Whigs contend for and Mississippi had brought despatches from Pa- 3s: T2R4N&E: : 145 "
that every step shonldbe taken cautiously, and that for and that the steamer had Cf:J- WE are authorized and requested to announce ,
used, could or accounted for hereafter less the toes government 4&t.SS.T2.R.N&F1" 160 ).
every democrat should look with ante single to they L ret"rne yield a amount to landed the messenger at Pensacola As nothing P. B. BROKAW, cf the Tallahassee Guards, a a 80" .

: the ncoess of his principles. \1 personal considerations when the accounts, h"tchc- for territorial than a low and strictly now has been heard of it, I do not give it credence candidate for.Major of the Regiment of Cavalry attached 5, S 7, T 2, R 4, N & E, 92 ; T I

should be thrown asrde. The Convention dein'uencie of officers of the General Got eminent, the democrats recom though it is my belief some peaceful propositions to the Second Brigade, Florida Militia. 2. S 30. T 2. R4, N&E, .. 124" j t

and charged against the State, are settled, as we make protection their ob wi soon be made. lS3uT2R4NEa' 93 M ,
should meet fully determined to unite on the man of noticed, among a large collection of Ilealy'.por.traits 'e .
doubt not will be hereafter the the fj3 UE are authorized and requested to announce lS31T2R4Ni.E SO" ;
is While
our party who is mOt available, w ho has sufficient they up'in! principles retcnue. the portrits of Mr. and Mrs. Yulee and certainly 4. S 31. T 2. n 4. S 80" ,

talents to act well and faithfully his part, and who of justice. This is all the people cf Honda ak; it in their adjustment of the the original of the lady, which your worth J. B JOJSOX. of the Centreville GrfY..a a candidate &E. 111.50" f

is all they wish and they arc able and willing to account lt to have all share equal Snatorvi take to Florida for the first time, will for Major of the Regiment of Cavalry attached 3.S3J.T2.R4.1&f. 60"
will not fear to do his duty, let friends or foes, or 2.S31.T2.R4.S.E. I
democrats for ail and every thing right and proper, which I of the government b no addition to the beauty and intelligence to the Second Brigade, Florida Militia.NOTICE. R4.N&.E. 80" t
r who will, OppO him. The certainly our State. -- -- -- ---- ---- the Lake
} lying on Gov. ,
-- -- --- joining
be furnished b the .
:- have a majoiity in the State, and if the}o act wisely may > General GovernmentBut expense of the national General Taylor continues to be the subject of popular Doggett and Rouse : said lands lIOelty.lfen. [

we ask, is it wi'e or just, or honorable, the democrats look af and his gallant has earned "erl ,
nayis army Cb Williamson
They will secure that majority for the candidate cf I't adnirtion. jcj- The public generally are respectfully invitedto rle ,and purporting to belong to him. f
it even humanity: thus to reuse: assistance when be increased-the ad- laurels rieverto fade. I learn that as soon as his arrangements Lot No. IS 7T2R4N& containing 130
the Convention,who will thereby most l legitimately completed he will march to Monte- partake of a Barbacue to l>e given by the "jef. ; acres.
are 2,S 27.T2,R4N&.E "
our are the people of it. If, therefore, we are I ,
become the candidate of the pe Ole. Florida can felc-ltiztns. expOlas re}'. The next arnv al from the Pacific will probably ferson Hussars"' and the Jefferson Independent Rifle said to belong to FarrLsh Cater,lying on 1 .5 f
Honda, hate arms and ammunition quartered within we hate so far is it licco
have a democratic Congressman, and must hat e one gi\tn. bring news of the taking of the commanding pointsin Compan," in Monticello, on the 4th of July. kie Lake near Wirtl plantation.
the State l hin_ ; useless, and wasting bt' rust and moisture higs alledgethat the war California. -
will have one if the Convention does its duty. Capt.' SAMVEL SPENCER, of the Hussars," S W 4 of lR4S & ,containing 159.87 1,
-he with a trifling gtiaul of tllft or four into, with and ought to secure Col Joseph Cir ', (Whig Abolitionnt. ,) has been \"i acre E J. S E 4, S 8.T 1, 4, S t containing
which we do not doubt. of Woodhur deliver an Oration on the occasion. .
term ,
chosen to fill as
no sentry at night even to give warning of an at- the of 1& it is, on unexpired } 79.91 acres, entered by Thomas Wright,joins 16th # 1
We have heretofore been silent observer of the ac -2. Senator from New Hampshire, and John P. Hale (O Ample preparations will be made for the La Section, and said to belong to the estate of- Dade

tendency of public sentiment in regard to the man.ho.i tempt \i\ a enemy within our borders to make imperatively urges that (independent Democrat,) is elected for the next dies. [Sentinel copy.] The abe lands to be sold to pay the County taxes f.

the Contention. Our them"ehtl masters thereof, and use them arainet our so that the greater rev term. Bad business. -- for 1'3 lS44.and. the_ State aT \
be preferred by preference -- -- ----- ant----I ---- 1
defenceless citizens ? Better, far better, \\ert this the expenses. The Daltimurt\\ashing'f Yluntter.about for 151; f
is decided, but hate thought it our duty
five hundred in yesterday on
second danger fNl our midat, than to remain taken aw av. Then the htre 1.1 Also flowing. to pay the State and County
to await the development of the people's choice. remo\'e b steamer Massachusetts for the Rio Grande.Extensive taxes for 1 \iz : {
a temptation for the use of an rnemt.We into the country, would being made for the dedication
However strong may be the considerations which preparations! are LotNo.6infractional Sec 31, T 2, R 4, N &. 1
do sincerely trust that our situation will !*' revenue zs to meet our of Jackson Hall, in this city. The building by Malcolm and contains SO F. '
in Mr Brockenbrou the enttf acret.
our mind point to as
'I' distinctl!) and correctly nude known to tl.e authorities is a large and handsome edifice, very creditable l to joins Dr. t
standard-bearer of our in 'approaching can- Mr. Rites the proprietor formerly ot the Globe undivided 3d of:the
part land
at Washington, through our representatite, so injustice and inequality Tit following purport- "
lass, and howeter much the indications we hate noticed in; be-lonz to Henry W. Peebles, to-w it :
that our Executive, who is using e\r means in his rent of the com- I newspapr. had no southern mail for three dats- TherE1S4NW
in different quarters of the State tend to con dif casS 4. W i S E 4, and S \4.
for the safety and protertion of our citizens, of the country. is : what is the .10 the N W
firm this preference, ttt we will not that preference power I mater S ; 4, Sec 31, Tl, South of R 5. E.
urge mat b enabled to give effect to hi. !praiseworthy cfurts. : government treasury' that : to contain 213 acres. J !
or sat aught to disparage the claims of any hate, shown that the Democratic Meettug. Also the follow ing lots in the town of : H
I war Montcell
other man who may b thought of but take the advice A meeting of the Democratic party of JacksonCounty TALLAHASSEE (CARDS. Nos. 16, II, t3 and 66,owner not known.Nos. .
We are a new State, oung in year, feeble in pre- su% to reduce th.pre lIPId at the residence of f William .
of Mr. himself given in his letter was CuI JUNK 23, ll3. 123. 124, 133, 134, belonging to John F.
Brocketibrough tent _, but strong future soon to that this is the wry McXr Saturda the 'JOth the purpose Tucker.
rtlourrt. ,
and remain silent to liisjlaims, until the Iran ly.on N conformity with the order of his ExcellencyWilliam .
a be atailable. In a few tears we would Latu been the democrats is rendered of a suitable number of delegates to l D Governor and Commander- SMITH SIMKINS.ShfT. .
party la Contention shall have canvassed: the said County in a State Convention which .MWley
and Tax Col Jeff. Co.
better prepared for a war. We are now able and safe and economical. represent I m-Chief of Florida, an election is hereby to er officio
claims and capacities of everyther democrat who i is to asemb. at the Lower Suwannee Springs on be held the 1-th day of ocere June, 1<5J6. 46 6m
willing to defend ourselves, had we our just rights a democratic tariff is the the 2d Monday in July next, for the purpose of determining I on SturdaJ. ensuing
would the nomination. the Contention at the store Llotd & Flagg. in the city of
accept I we claim from Got ernmentor even a temporary loan do better, then, than com who shall lie the democratic candidate for I ( Lieutenant Leather.
think other suitable, and nominate Tallahassee, for one Colonel ole Cola
any man more of what we consider our just rights in the way (farms hate begun. The Ameri the next Congressional canvass The meeting was nel. and one Major of the 1st Regiment of Cavalry, BAND Harness, Uppr and Sole Leather, Oak
him he he shall bate cheerfuland JAMES J, P1TTMAN to
whoever may b. our for defence. never fall behind that of uTani7t b)Calm,1 J IRWIN -Secretarv. 2d Brigade Florida Militia. for sale M. L BAKER.June .
active What we desire is the success char, Capt ( The 1fton will be held under the superintendence 6,1516. 4G tf
supprt. of liberal princi .
Jin honest nftnion.The Pensacola Gazette and Maxwell
of .. Let him be of Serg'ts. Hagg
I.omioate of the 20th inst. makes the following honest and corn laws should never After taking Ins scat, Cut! Pittman trade known luwel.bt at o'clock a. m and NEWYORKFRIST
i who can most surely lead to victor} the object for which the had aSlt'mbll- TheJol. wi opne
alteration of tariff order of
the credit of our as By t
Prefixed to Mr. B's. letter, i his short speech on Candid confession. Would it not b to his usual prompt and dignified manner.B. ro o'cok. A. THOMPSON, Capt. Com'g. WAREHOUSE
that what the authors
other to follow the of the act, F. DennardEsq., then rose and made a few S
the resolution proposing to raise the pay of volunteers. Whig journals example I appropriate F. H. FI.AGG, Orderly Serpeant. PRICES REDUCED
# remarks, and concluded by ofle-rirg the
Gazette in this matter ? is the best policy
Honesty June27, 1"I8. W
He an other Democrats of Congress hate following preamble and rfolutioll: AT TiE EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT FOR

been held op to condemnation by the whigs. fo voting gentemen. The Gazette man sees a harbinger of Whereas, I is the.wish (if l the Democratic part .ust Iecci'ed.1s ONLY, BY
another defeat to Whig hopes in the steps the democrats be chosen from(3ch PRIT
against the pay. We do Dot propose to defend of Leon County, to that a sUlt.blt number delegates COPIES ANTI 'S VIGIL. LEE
his done Me taking to have a Congressional contention State HUGH Count in this State to assemble in Convention U 4" ,
vole now, though we think it can be easily ; Con\'ntln. Cooper's a,
bat and unburthens himself thus : Chair and R. B. SMITH at the Lower Suwaniis-eSpringsen the Second Monday f. Masonic Chart, 44 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
wish direct atleationto the conduct of that .
we t. in July next for the purpose of nominating a Levizac's French Grammar,

party which is endeavoring to ale this against the .For our part, we have not much to say about the in attendance candidate for the next Congressional c.nasnd: .Calhoun's Life and Speeches, THIS STOCK of RIl"E CALCOE. nearly
The fairly beaten last ,and persons all recently credit5AT
were year
democratic When we 1,ave done. mater. were i ins Ited to take whereas w-e believe that such Conventions are the Pocket Dictionaries, for sale by purchased ad
beaten. Nextto GREATLY
Congfsmen. writer, at least, is willing to stay of reconciling the conflicting claims of ; PRICES, are
best means *
the 27, 4i
the people may judge the sincerity of those who a glorious victory we enjoy a go whipping; andit meeting that the Chair those who would seek that distinction and of preserving IS-G. at from

pretend to feel such indignation at the fate of this i is1 just about as convenient stay whipped as to to select and report to this ai. harmony in the ranks of the party and ultimately Horse for Sale. 1 to 6 Cents Per Yard ,

revolution. What we allude to is this-one whig incur the chance of being a whipped anew. [Sen- ( Leon in the secure the complete success of the great subscriber has a valuable family

Congressman that in sible.] AiVr this ejthibitionof moderation ma) County principles of Democracy : Th.rtfore. 'TIE for sale perfectly sound,work LOWER TH.- THE PRICES OF .PR

gravely proclaims consequence perhaps b alo"t to lay that there is one democrat reported the following B.t Rtwived, That we believe the above Con ___ _.well, kindly in double and single hanfu. Q3- Purchasers are guaranteed the pricet-and
of this the expenses of the government are aha locos will nut nominate. We '
war who to the best method out the made for a given
vention carrying drive.
hop \' : b c and is sate for any person to Apply to alowanc leio.
million of dollar.every day. This is pcbhshed have an mteret this because we hOle to be at libertv Dr., Brd, "I"be of t e part}. June 27. lS4fi. 4'J_J. R FORTXt {{Catalog(renewed an daily)-

throughout the Union. Thereupon a great cry is to vote for him, and this we can't do if he isoom1n"te. James Hart, Be ifulhru.olr'l, That thismtinv proceedto -are placed in the hands vC
We the man who has done more in Circuit Court. .
mean to represent County .dfcnol \ buyer and bent with goods ordered.June
raised about the enormous debt we are accumulating, for Florida than any other man John Ca'Jn. stled ( 48
more John MumJord the said Convention, who shall have power to appoint NOVEMBER TERM 1545.Danhard fi. 1S46. lvOtICP

which will entail a gevo. ta upon the people for in the State. Can the reader guess to whom allude George f:. Dennis, proxic in the event they are unable to attendin Loeb, ) TFMIE defendant and all persons- [ %

a long series of years is intended to rita ? II. B. Ware, person. > -i- interetf. are hereby noti- ?

prejudice our democratic administration. We guess not. Who is it ? B. Waring, On motion of CuI Wm. lc ealJ. the preambleand Charles t"Milt. ) fled fling of the petitionfor S IX months after date, the undersigned, Administrator
a.lDt I 1. of John Shaw late of Leon
resolutions then meeting, and
put and dIeae.
S. W. Roach, ( of mortgage in cause, they
Vet this tame party, while echoing the ct.that the I Swi.-On the evening of the 25th inst., Louis Joseph Chairs adopted without a dissenting \oict. are re(juire-d to{ and plead to the same, if any I CoUnty, will present his acount and vouchertto
country will sink under the l of its heavy expenses the meeting, to the above appear the Judge of Probate for Leon !,
1 10nobl.
is county
a Hoc, Jr., put a end to his existence by shooting Joshua Bvrd, Whereupn. pursuant plea they have,according to law. The mortgage on and from .
it shocked that these the following gentlemen said of Monticello,and knowna a discharge administration.LEVI
pretendinpte b expenses himself with a double barrel cun. He had been fora Wm. C. Lester, aplointt real pn.perty.situatc north I .
We not made still increasing volunteer B. Smith Jesse Cue, CoI D. Pitttnan, lots No. three and four, in the north addition to C.-RLTO
b day or two laboring under a fit of insanitt, and on I. W. Dabnt-y delfgt'z and Wm. B. Wrn. Csq. the town of and was made to secure the Leon. County. May 30. IMS. 45 ftraNOTICE.
holy horror at the luntiCtlo.
pa, In one .oc they express' the evening above mentioned went out a lie said, for J. W. On motion, it was then tMvmentof: and interest. .
r10 I
gea of our expenses ; in another they Ile to the of to the grave yard, F. H. Lvinus. Re.olted, That the !:of this meeting be A TS i SPENCER .
FaI. months after date I shall
that the object forwarded to the offices of the Floridian and Florida for I SIX my
them Who cannot see G. C. June 2t, l'.4ff. 49 Ally's-
mae greater. fixed a stick to the trigger with the muzzle t.f the ( Democrat. Plt'a and toucbert to the Hon. Judge of Probate -

ill t excite the people against the democrats gun to his fare, and thuldibargf it-the contentsblowing Edwar.d Bolon, On motion the meeting adjourned.JAS A I'KOCI-AMATION. of Leon county as Administrator of Samuel
Who used for the W. Baitlett. Theus, deceased, and apply for letters of dismUsien.
cannot see that these t ing art all the top of his head off, and scattering his Cain Kle, J. HITMAN( Chairman.
from said administration.
Who doe not .
of popularity JO! lewis,
Pr catching brains in every direction. His reman were. discovered K. Suner. Scrtar. May 30. 1546. X5 6mNotice.
that the people are too sensible to caught : a
b held
yesterday morning, a jury of inquest ITIcclin in Se enon.
It such a t Who does know that men become present time, we .
trap buried in the
and the body evening
o Convenlioh
the A of delegates to aconnty
men. of ascertaining meeting months after date, I shall apply to the, Hon.
find trying to use
iPUlt when they oben ) the individual who from the different precincts in Jefferson county,was SIX of Probate of Washington Count for set

Ul as tO P Let the whig, beware o the trip Fourth of July a Mlu.olde.Te of the Democratic party held at Monticella on Saturday last, to nominate del lenient and discharge o; the estate of John Fort

they hre set for otbert. Take either of these com- day will b celebrated by the Mlccosookie to Congress egates to represent the county a the Convention t deceasedlate of said county.

$ credit Cavaliers and at the Concord Church near be held at the :Mineral Springs on the 2d Monday BY WM. D. M 0 SEt % SHARPLESS EVANS Adm'r.
separately, and the authors might gain ctiuM.
the Lake. D. WxiJctm E q., will deliver the echo the spontane July and after being organized bv the appointmentof of the Florida. My22. [30] 184*. 45 CmNotice.
incon- GOrT SI4t
flDitl.but taken together their glaring S of Florida, to hold a Capt. DANIEL BIRD as Chairman, and O. H.

**ncy at once betrays that they a made for party Oration, and the Declaration will b read by Dr. F.A. Springs on the 2 G.DEJ. Esq., Secretary, the following gentlemen WHEREAS; within, It has the been Second made known to sufficient me that .

BraDThe Tallahassee Guards and CentrevilU nominate a candidate were appointed delegates, viz: of Brige. independent weeks after date, I shall applv (o toe Hon.
number of
invitation Joshua Taylor Captain J. Woolen, Noah Companies Call SIX
celebration, and a general Major ti of Jefferson -
Grey. will join th of that the several companies of Probate, in and for County
B oar late Cngeiona news, it will be sent it heartily extended t the citizens throughoutLeon are de ire to tap* Tete Col. J. D.: Cooper, F. P. Mier. Wm.. Bellamy Jas.S. ., regiment to Canlr. for letters of administration "it taut mm,**
himself Thomas Johnson. Smith Kersey dire b
whea the of Everett White, late of laid County
the sanctiqned the Oregon Treaty, The Committee of Arrangements It it election held on estate
Sne and adjoining ConliM. firmness in our creed, Walker, J. L. Dutton A. B. Sebe Genera Wm. Tba a b deceased. THEOPHILUS BEATTY.Jeferson .
1.Aliea Immediately] resigned bis place as Chair- Barba- John Johnson C. by each of said companies on lath day o July
have in preption. sumptuouS will ensure, the success Bailey, Rot of each of said County, May 16, 1S45. 43 6t
o the Cit O F reign Relations of that the invited, it .. Hurst, Charles Bell, Hardy Moore, Daniel Lli' next at the parade ground cmpnino
which u ae pariulal for field officers of nid Regiment ;
bo4y. Mr.MeDuffie basbeenelectedtheChairrnan of cue Le order and unswerving Demo Elias Blackburn, O. H. Gadaden D. P. F. Notice
the Temperance astb further ordered that commissioned officer and two
to be on John Edwards W. C.Smith Capt. a
expected nearly D4 Wm- A. fiaal
at personal preference Gra. months after date, I shall present BT
Committee. The of Mr. officers, from each of said-com
will admit. .M. Col. T. J. Heir J. S. SIX
n.1pat eton circumstance the cue involved in the com- White D nnmmione and vouchers at the Administrator of
o of the
nuy a unequivocal disposition of that Fri. hes to cbeerfullv and vine and Stephen Palmer; and after a short and apiriled inspectors nd eleon. Josiah Woodard, deceased and apply to th* Honor*
** I settle f Theodore Dwight died in New York, on address by Col. Heir the following and without delay make return letter
t o foreign relations by negotiation to secure the election o reolution.were of aa. each precinct to Commander able Judge of Probate MadiMa Couatj for *
** advanced of 81 years. He adopted rRttolted a th fcf tud ****.
*r tan by a retort Wa?. Thit day. June 12, the age unanimously in-Chief WM. D. of dismission at the Administrator
t h a Thai the thanks of the Convention be MOSL.
** gen of ku life, was : adjourned. WILLIAM S.
1u ue in both branches of mi N bad been an to editor famous din,Hartford 5 years Convention, and AJICHEK, Chairmin- twjderM to the President. and cftttry of, this Con. JoncfcJ, 11*. 4*Govern 3t o forid Madison County Mar W.19B. ** *

e.li regarded n one of our ablest Secretary th I vention.
*"tort of that body. I
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J'J ti C : WI 7 I LEGAL 1 NOT ICE- ---S. -- LEWIS & AMES, I I OffiT) WiOZ New, Extensive ASSORTMENT and OF Splendid Remf dy for A Worms Safe mij and be found Efficient in Dr.Woodrafti

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., Notice.J Drugs, Medicines, I'aiuts Oils, I I : subscriber are now receiving a une asnc.1. .

: 111 \ GERARD VINGERHOETS _J I IX moiilhs after date, I shall present my accounts Toilet Articles &t", Window Glass, THE of CLOTHS CASSlMERfi,& VEST above preparation (or Worm i is
.''ul door 0uiV / the Union Bank.) Prrnmrr a
,; ( js5 aid: l vouchers as execute. of the lat will and I INGS, which they are prepared to maaofacture in JL tain remedy. It has very Cfr-
I notice that he i it prepared to PAINTERS BRUSHES AND COLORS, Also supply ol advantage over nun.
GIVES testament of Richard G Wellford, dctr to the I I the roost hionab"le manner. a large other preparations tor Worms, from the

._ his friend and the public Honorable James II. Urnome, Jud. e c frbate of f AlHUlierarics' Glass Ware, Ac READY MADE CLOTHIXG, can be given with pe'fect.safcty to a child fact that it
with any articles of CABINET FURNITURE Cou'ity, and move for discharge a such exi :above constantly on hand and for sale at the of any
4 IPI 1
I rpHE age ; njr is it to give
ourselves,)i in I Ihe latest style,consistingin necessary any ether Medicin
be made
:. 'made in stjle not to said ( up by
up 'iU> appointed by J. market
r as
: Jrdla' lowest with .
te.tamental prices. I'I it, or after it, a it operates the
,. surpassed by any workman: i ii the Sat.", W1II. l1J\lLES S. SIBLEY.May part of carrying away the Worms and upon bowel
? and at priM corresponding :w.l1'i. .: 3m .\ .!o, in store a great variety ol artirlcs for family I i FRAXCISCUS "'IENIUI Frock, Dress and Business Coat. : of unhealthy secretions at the same cleansing time.the'bo"'t .

.. times. Bureaus,"of"s. of various kinds. & Aolicc.IX me, Pickles, Olives, CapeTs, lacaror. Vermictlla, : rpAKES this melhtd to inform public that he Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats .1 trial of if, we think, mil glee 'al / ,,
; tees, \\adrob.Chaiis, and every description .l Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Pnte:, Almonds, J_ has removed his Cabinet \\arrhlus to the Cloaks and Overcoats, Tweed Saxa Gotha any OflC. It may not cure tina I. I
It)Ie male to order or repaired at t!I'" 4 I m '::111':after .lle. I will present m)account> Rose and Peach Waters, Sperm CandJes, &..C.A.X buiti1 formerly occupied by Star & .,next doe and Beaver Bus. Coats. Surtonts. our confidence in it, that we uelY case, but neb is
shortest notice. He it also prepared to contract J..r and \"Idtr., .. application the I Hen.( Tin Manufactory in ti/e/ rear ol which he are willing to warrant
., i.La:_... -.I _i.,__. 1'.- ,.... ..Newell uoanty lor letters of ASSORTMENT OF < Plain and Fancy Vest i benefiting in every instance or the iconey will
a %
'b'hia 'rli'r-i ; to on
I generally done carpenters. .t' dhiml"si'JI a'administrator on the estate ot D.nill A3RBK? S1S3SB3 intends can.: Black and figured Satin SilK, Cashmere Valencia, be refunded.CERTIFICATES.
.. this department will l he such as to induce tlvise f said County.II. UIHOLSTEHER and Silk Velvet. .
.: rious of building tIHi'p him employ: while the: .ju.il- J. DAVIS, Adm'r. c; r PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
his in
C ity of his work, if it dues not surpass, ,'i at ?Iat My I';, i'I'i. rt dmIVotico. November C. '..1 1,15. IPAdministrator's branches of IJ (: child that has been sick for some time. Not know neno
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equal any work done in thiscitv. -- --- .- --- Notice. lie i is provided with the best materials for the ALSO-A VERT LARGE ASSORTMEST OK ing what was the matter with it.we had

To the citizens of TIlaha."e. and irr"i1Iin-z. I to the estate of Anna manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture, Cotton & Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett Merino, given UI doing any thing for it ; however pretty,as much a lut
thi after date I shall tioalK9 indehtCI Brook Secretaries Bureau, Tables, Bedsteads
he wouU hearty thanV f..r b1X tm :> prestr.t my ALL persons such as resort we concluded to try
country dome
the he has b -retfre! and tr'uv I, account b patronage probably might be Worms
rfti\e in and for tho Jellerson. and make ImlJi.tC pa)nllt to the subscriber ; and He will also of furni- Stocks, and made Flannel and tbal
that.he tnnv continue to give sati1f"rtion, and enjoytheir ('"lt.tf applytor style. repair an\ description Jeans Undershirts : had reduced it so much-accordingly we
those InviIK against said mint Cravats, eennmenced
disclurzc as r of the { of JoKpb (limi {.taf. tuie. "
confidence and (favor.February I Adl.lni.lrot. estate Ire"t'nt giving which
Specific ( the
your by
thirn I for pavinent to the administrator % i Gloves, Drawers, byeyon have
late of said would return his grateful thanks to the citizens
County 1
2--,_I .r. 2G __ ly_ __ 1.nlin- d.'ca'c.nOmT tir.u-r-ijuirfd bv law. or they will be birred of re- of HI Tallaha-see for the liberal ;patronage; he has alrer.dy llaturchiefssilk, camhalf Hose, menced rightly named,) when, astonishing and to tell, it com
HlRS.J JAMES BROOKS, bric, &c. Hats and Caps.SUlper.dcrs passing Worms continued doing so for I
Maj iu, lIt 1 ixve-ry. received and respectfully solicit a continuance:
V < df'rt'm County : ca Jelh-rson several dajs,until it had passed more than tico bit
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April 5", 1 l"te! !pp<' 2m 'r BootsandShoes, &c.
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II. =CROl'GIt'GI'S ___ C" : _. 'dr of their t fa\.r; air he plftlges himself to give satisfaction ilred, some of them a foot or more in length
rVolirc.S ,
WILLIAM others
: practice :part JlX mint In after date I apply to the IlonO K o 1 1 Ce.A : to all who may give him their orders both in Ei cry requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobecan twi ted and knotted together in hard ball, 10 that I

C nership. They' w ill tttend the counties cf thf Middle nrabU Ju'Jsc(,t l'rohate! !hal ,r-.on County, for person indebted to the estate. of Robert price and Duality of his work. be found at their establishment on the most reasonable they could not be separated without cutting then

District of Florida. Jarkioii; and Franklin eoun f. 'tter. (if dismi.sion .as Administrator vi I Humphries! late of Leon Countv, deceased, will January (O.I'-iIG.h 2" ( terms. Our stock will be replenished by the apart. Knowing that a Worm Medicine, so valuable

.' ties, in the Apalachicola Di trrt. The county ot \al l'r.lte of .id couut\ Jeoi-as.il. Jot I make immediate payment to the subs-ribtr ; and --'.--'0---the----friends--of--tint-Insane.---- arrival of almost every vessel from New York, du- as yours has proven to be.would be o ed by hundreds

Thomas, Geor la. The Caurt' of Appeal of Florida, : V.'ALKER.December'JTih. those bavin. claims ag-iinst said estate, must present rinz the season, by new goods purchaser! by Mr. if they only knew of its virtues I have concluded to

and the District! and Circuit CO.rts the nitf'' 1SJ.l JE-SE VJ-'t: -.'"in them for payment to tl.1 Administrator within the THE Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, ST1LLMAN, who will remain North during the giveyou this certificate that all may know whereto
States at Tallahassee. -------- tleov will Williamsburg, would inform the public of,the find a medicine that be relied .
time required by law or he barred of recovery. winter for that purpo"e..c flatter ourselves, by can on.JOSEPh
J:!ItFSCf. : JVoticc.SIX R. T. BICHETT.dmistralor.: Southern States that, by a recent law t.f the Legislature such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY SHIPPEY. I

\\') H. BROCKENBROUrTalIchc.seee. Months after date, I shill! present to the Hon. Tallaha4cc, May '.I, '; : ,they are empowered receive insane patients, FOR CASH we shall be enabled to sell cheaper Columbus, July 29,1S45.
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AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL, paying board, from other States. This is the oldest
of JefTtrson
Ll;i ln.bat f'r County, my final than any other establishment in the citr. All
\fIt Last N 01 '. Institution of the kind in the Union having been
April 19. 1' 5.:9 .- account and ( ( a:Administratrix of JeremiahDrew i' I persons in want of clothing are rC' p'tflllly'in\ Hr.MARKABLE CCRE OF TCXIA, OR TAPE WOM.
n co. and I'ork. !lite of said County, deceased ; and shall then ALL pei-ons: indebted! to the estate of len J. founded h bv the Colonial Government in I'liU ; andis to call and examine and nidge for themselves. This i!to certify,that I have made use of Dr. Woods

IDES, Shoulders, Hams and Prime Poik, just 1 n> I jpj: >I Iy fur letters of dismission; '!35 ""chdlini lr' .,skiuce, decease-d, Ute of L'ol ('olntv, are from its location best adapted for Southerners being CLARK & STILLMAN, ruffs Worm Specific" in my family in several cases >
S removed 1 from the piercing cold of the North,and
ceived and Coriuct. by tiiir.. \1IU:1: l EW.I !h-rcb\\ notified that paM lie-nt;> mut be made without Monroe street, next door to Starr t Flagg. with the happiest effect. In one case it brought
a ,e STARR FLAGG. Je'.1unn "to S. S. SIliLF.Yi Agent, further indul'nr' from the enervating heat of the South Its curative
& ( t\1.l t"- :! delay as no November 1, 1" 15. 15 tf
0 U.OYl I 'untfIt1 ( can he t capacity: is of the hishest order : nine out of ten away immediately some fifty Worms of tfie kindcalled
April IS 1SK. JYotire. : granted.WESLEY it received within the first six months .1taTidu-but its most remarkable effect was
MANNING 1 Adm'r. ca$-s recover,
IX of tudisease.! It is of access, as steamers daily exhibited in another case, a girl of rather delicate
M. D. PAPY \ months alter d.tc I shall apply to the Hon. February V>. 1et. 3-2 easy
O Judce of l Probate fer Jefferson County for letters --- -- --- --- -- ------ stop[ at a wharf not far: from the Asylum. The modern nPHF. subscribers take pleasure in informing the health, who complained pretty constantly of bn

L dismission sw Administrator ( Edmund Gray lat. NEW SPfWIG I GOODS treatment, iif>on the non-rcstraini system, is in JL citizens of Tallahassee, and the surrounding abdomen. Being satisfied that she bad been

Practcd in all the Courts in the Middle of said Count, deceased. .1 --- successful operation. The' apartments admit of cIa,. country that they have just received by the last arrival with"Worms of seme kind,we administered trOYblj

WILL Onc! on the first floor of the Capitol ; GEORGE \\'. STANDLEY.Jetrersun J. R. 1'OUTUXi: .ifi<;atioii of patients nreording to t heir state of mind, from New York a splendid assortment of cific and to our astonishment it brought (
South wing. (. erl by th- and also a complete division of the clas-es of society. Fashionable, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. And number of pieces of Tape Worm from two to
nl pi r occupied I.untJ.nl"r.y II.> l"li! t't l brig and
( fr r"civing per daily cxerti.i -
Secretary of the Territory. ) IS PecoTiir 1"lnhli York The fare is excellent, and the hoard H per week. they will be constantly receiving from New York six or eight inches in length Since that time her
November 15, 1S4-V 17 JVotSro.SIX |> per brig ew a large We have: neat b d.rootn3,3 parlor tastefully furnUh- and New Orleans (selected by the first houses in the health has considerably improved ; and I have no
selected f FANCY AND STA
-- -- -- and,1 .1"orllllt sofa centre-tableottomans, above places, with the greatest and attention, doubt but that the Medicine has relieved her cf that
months after date we will our final eel with curtains,carpet, care
present : GOODS, fur the and Summer
JOSEPH BRIXCH. I.. O'B. BRANCHJ. ILl litahl Sprin for this market much to be dreaded Worm. The Specific" ia
verandahs for particularly ) all seasonable in is
a the of mirrors beaks and a piano: airy summer goods
& L. BICAIYCII. Robert \.IfJrJ ndo'CI.ri, '.i'I.:and apply to the Hon.Jddie ( trade, consisting part of the following : retreats ; an extensive, enclosure for evening !the above line, hich they ofiVr low for cash, at high repute in this place and is without doubt valuable .

ATTORNEYS AND! COUNSELLORS .\T L \W, <> !lte ,. Leon County tor letters of di<- Fancy Prints, ?Paris Shade R'Jb, rambles; a carriage for morning and evening rides ; their store in Tallahassee Monticello.. remedy for Worms.

'C 4 T.'Lt.UfA"HE, FLORIDA. tniyiioii. as linmilrator of slid tato.CHARLES : White Linen Dri, French arll', a reading room furnished with books and newspapers L. & II. GREENBERG & CO. JOHN J. LITTLE.

C rTtHEIR connection, wirh the &uth.r LitV In'i-> S. > Bruwn. :'Satin stripe I ; and moreover various means of amusement. March 21, 181G. T* Wbitcville, Harris Co.,Ga., Jan. 10, IS-15.
t JL &. Trust : cu-el l, IJEY. A<"" rs Figured Danl 'Graduittd HrL(', and ------ ---
vance Company h3i! : J. CARAWAY ITJS'$ ) Lama A Chaplain reside-s in the building! preaches to 1'ai Collector's Notice. .
they hereafter give their attention dl".hhto April '.', lstt' 4., the patients Sabbath. Letters inquiry shouldbe DR. WOODRUFFSDYSENTERY
\ > every
wi ___ __ Ii
ion. York I'a'I't Muslin HAVE this day levied upon the following (lots or
;.ALT and
prlft directed to Dr. JOHN M. ( Physician I
They attend! the Supreme' C.i-irt of the Slate, Xoticc.SIX (lambroon NaukinFanrj 1 Blonde and lit rna- Superintendent of the Eastern Asjluoi, William tracts of land: The ncrth west 1 half of the northeast CORDIAL.

and wi the.Cjort tor. the Mid-Jle! Circuit.March : months aft.-r date, I "h.l! {'res"Tit to the lion Coton.* ti Scarfs, burz Virginia.Mireh quarter, and the m, th cast half of the northwest For Diarrhea, Dysentary, Cholera Jlorlvr

7, Is I-,. 33: 'o of Pro'nte! for !, "("' Cuiititx. iny final I London Drilling, Rich Satiu strips: Barege II, IM'i.' :31 eowlflwWILLIAM quarter, Section twenty-one. Township three, ,
I i accou'it.and touchers of Thomas L Light Plaid Gingham! : &ur., Ranee three containing one hundred and sixty acres Cholera Infantum, and Summer

JOHN EIIINE. U'O.h.l"tf l of saidcc.unty a', IXC'Uto rnJlu thu Earlstun .. "> ) j Capes I of land more or less,and tc be sold before the Cr.urt Complaints of Children.

ATTORNEY AT LAW apply! lor l.thul: di.mi .ion dC'3'c.a" E.T if./r. Cout Rich F'rerichiworkeohlar:, H. WARD House door, in the town of Q'l ncy.cn the first Mon-

Clulney Florida. BENJAMIN: MANNING.Jefer Irish Linens, O fa.icy Silk Ioir.t ATTORNEY LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, diy in Jiil1. 1 I1-!''!, for the CY'imtv taxes due' GaoScieii From lIon. H. W.: JfJliard, 1JC' S. JUinuter

C attend the J 10t ics' Courts of G; ,l.'u' *>n Count> March 7. tS4'i. :ri.'l': f.in Demnask Linen N.\pkinsv Iiatcd! fringe ', :: (.lty of Washington I). C. County; for the years 1SI.1 t'll-and| 1 1 1S45 and costs, at Belgium.

WILL .. the Circuit Court of Middl.- FJi.rM.i. c O 10..10. .Egyptian !.lito. T) ESPECTFl'LLY announces that he will attend the property of Mjlcom Gilchrist. horse or REPRESENTATIVES,>

and the C'llrU In t11 adjatcnt Connties of Owrsi*. olce. L. c. hkfs Im'l. super.) '1'C and waist girdles, I[ \ to the prosecution of Claims leeforeflue several JAMES A. MCMILLAN, Washington D. C., April 1. 1540. j
November, IS I S41 IX month after elate, I -lull: !"rer".nt ny final account Cambrics and JacOI.ts, Ladie: "' white and colored Executive Departments of the Government, and Qninl"'. PI'. 2i, IC,:. 24 Co. Tax Collector. Dr. J'-tJDrlrv1foJy dear Sir : A few days since I

t !( :h: Sentinel copy.STo : and voucher a< the AdcninistratornSarn.tie.l Gras,. Cloth, kid Gloves, claims again-t t the United States for Lands Money Laws of Florida. received the Cordial which you were good enough t.
Scott,deceased, and! anply! to liceI I Hon. Ju-Jie! of I Irisli and thread Wging 4, Gents do. claims be- send me. My friend, Col. Seaborn Jones would
to the settlement of Public Accounts, to
J ECo:: ECLIB Pr.d..et-! Jefferson County f.-r letters of dismissionis Cambric ana Ia"lin: (cdg.(->0 ps. rich Bonnet Ribings fire Commissioners Indian or other Treaties, A FEW copies Pamphlet Laws of Florida late.Sesiin have part of it ; the remainder I have laid aside for

COMMISSION MERCHANT Administrator of said r'tatc.ALEXANDER. and in.serlings o,) lions, to Pre-emption and other I.and Claims, and to the for sale by I IJse.hen I may need it.
SCOTT. BUik Trimming l.cc. Fancy Caps March QI.1S4'P. A. HAYWARD. On the other I have added
S page a statement of
No. 4, Front Levee, procuring of Land: Patents to Pensions in the Army nj
NEW-ORLEANS. La. Jefilrson CI'mtypril 2'>, lI1'1. ) rm Ghnpcin Inserting', .Rich Fancy Parasolette*, and Navy, or business' connected therewith, to the Srate Tax-Collector's Snlc. appreciation of it as a Medicine.
------ -- Paris Lawn?, .'I large of "
a.nortment Having used the Cordial of Dr M.
attend BUYING SELLING RTCl:1VC : Iri.tl'c obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful Inventions the Woodruff.I
to n"'c. Muslin French virtue of powe-r vested in me by law, I shall
WILL Sulphide Flowers BY do hesitate
and FORWARDING with promntn." months' aPerd.ite, we shall present our ac- Plaid Swiss Muslin Fine and foall other business of a public nature requiring lp for sale, before the Conrt House door, in not. to pronounce it a most valuable Medicine.
SIX straw Bunnet-i, Indeed, ft-r such affections of the bowels
and despatch. -int current andvonrheis to Jull'ff an A cent. city ot Tallaha*.ee, county of Ltcn as
tlelon. Oir.bre E.cle lye: tht sometimes suffer with in .
the I know
'e l Ii Probate JelTerson Claims aaain. individuals promptly attended to, South Dothing
: November IS IV ff r Comtv, and apply
"- for Plain Swiss and Book du. Florence On thejirsl Monday in Amigos next, at all equal to it."
letters of titles investigated, &.c.
1 : di"ui.slll as P 'v-cuti'i and executrix of
DrTJXa G. GAMHLE"Jr.. Joseph White, lat.- "f said r ur.ty, eleee.acd.ThtEoI'hIIL1 Ombre Bo1larinN. Neapolitan Information given free of char e.11 letters to the follow; property or so much thereof as will HENRY W. HILUARD.
Rutland .
t his Prolessional Services totl.e! (;ti/.fr : lIE \'nT. Iriuh-l" ,1ul,11: be pott-paid. pay the State Tax due on the same for the year 115:

,} ,. ._I". IS 13. ___ __ ___ 17 t ; ..,r'r. >ii_l'u..ct tj F,'bnury_':-. 1 i-tie!'i. rs i. ',m Broohi-B.l1.rinl'figured, mourning Victoriaemb"Inglish! Patterns lion." A.E. S.A WHITE HAXNEGAX,: U. S., Senate.co lands knrvrn.Hie belonging. to Col. R W. Williams, outer not Dear, about Sir :six My weeks little son since was violently.attacked with I called Dy"ia ntery .

IMi( nrnflr.N J :Oli(. Muslin, 'Paris lacetrirn'd co AI.KX. BARROW F. J L N E 4 and S E 4S23: N W 4NE4, the best medical aid, without arresting the disease.
t COUX rLLORJAT LAW, .: IX monthafter dalf lie The above were stltcfed by a gf-ntlemin ol decided N When I bad nearly lost all hope ef I tcf .
ATOR IY:1 ur.Urisiud: will apply JAMES SE tPI.F., S 3*>, T 3, R 2, and F. ; ISEJ, S 21; W } ol recovery
f lamlon County, O to the lon.ub. James E. H-x>me. Judzeot;' I t.te. and he rr-its a".urct that those10 will J). R. ATcHISoN, W j, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E., situated near Mannington. idently came across your Cordial. Aftei reading

f November. 22. = IS lulae., of county_.,for l 1..tcuofdi"u.ii"in 'trom I rail steel l cannot. to olllc\\i"e Ih.n C. AMILY, purporting to belong to Lewis i Conner and I the certificates of_ gentlemen whom I see recommending

I I.AW of F. I/rant,
i lOTI: F. WIEXKT.R, ) has also ju-f reeeiicd; from New Orleans: S. A. Dornn-s The E i, S E 4, S 9: W J, S W 4..S 10: 1'l.. it by directionjmne morning after breakfast and bj

1 po Wo w :r G. V1XGERIWETS.( : 5'Adin-r.*. Rich eiiibr'd Canton Crapo Shawlsworth I $10, WILM GREEN of Kentucky. SI5TI.RI.1 Sand 1SliTI.RlSantlE.: noon, to all appearance the disease as entirely

,. ATTORNEY AM COUNSELLOR AT L.UV. January_ 1 1(1, I"M.; __2-,_ ra fignre-d Linen Cambric for dresses, '* JOHN PKTTITof Indiana. except the E i, S E 4 of said section; also E i, N cured. It has returned e n him twice since, but bts*

t Quincy, Florida. =Aoficc.OIX I P.iris Lawns, S. C. SIMPLE, W 4, S 17, T 2, R 1, N and W; E i, N W 4, S V, T been stopped as readily as before.

'. attend thq several Courts of Mi-ldlc lie-. aHer I sh ll to the I I broidere-d Robes! C. P.. SMITH, 2, R I 1. N :and W., adjoining the lands belonging to Verv respectfully,
; WILL r.ltl' .1.tt. Iln.I Black Thicad Mantill is-worth $23, WM. L. BALLARD.
Geo. Ward
and of Decatur O Of J. A. WRKHT, T. Esq'r.about five miles south-east of
County for Jeiit-rson
iei 3. 1S1Q. 24 Georgia. of.mission( Prohat. a1,1 Executor John '''; long. Silk O. K. Mitts, (new 513 Ic.) i C. J. B. BOTVI.ISJ, of Missouri. Tallahassee, owner nut 1.no"n. Georgetown,1ndolph Co.,Ga.,Sept. 10, 1946.
January as o: Moore
_. tdtf All I of w hich he utTers on the most reasonable terms.I
late of aid d' u J. M. Hrr.HM, y The E i of N W 4.fS S.inTl.RISandW.
pe Thos. Jrtt. llcir. countv, '(it. ) March 21 t. 1 1"1' ''.'tMtate .. HENRY DODT.E, of Wisconsin. s.0 acres, near Lake Jackson,purporting to belong to A fresh supply of the above valuable medicine,
ef ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. IArf1fOPF. Charles Williamson. just received and for sale by Lewis & Ames, Dreg-
Tax Collector's &nle- April I 12. l'I.. .is
JefA-rvin .
Jjnuarv 17, ,
.l continue to practice in the Superior and _Co'inty n gists, Tallahassee also, R. P. M..Man-
by ,
WILL Also the follow town lots: Lot No. 220 in the ; Manning
Y virtue of the vested in law
Courts of Jefferson County, and in tin- B power me by I Co-l'arltaei'slaip. nin Leon Jas. B.
Notice. such for sale before the Court I House( crieinal plan of the city of Tallahassee and part of on. County; Beard P- M..Micto-

I Superior Courts of the Middle District and the COUI'ty months aft("-r date, I ,hall prent to the Hon. door, in the expose town of Jasper County of I hamilton,on T IiEundersigu-d, having tlJ day associated themselves lot No. 171 in the north addition to the: city of Tallahassee sookie, Leon County ; S. F. Borne,, Miccosooki;
Columbia in the Eastern Df
,. of tric. SIX "'f Probate for JefTers. County final together under the firm of STARR, also lot No. 7t 1' in the south half of the Samuel Pulestun Dmesrist, Montlceilo ; John G.
Residence at M.ntit'e11oJefferion Cm.t11! : vouchers as Administrator. of my FrncisGat. The first Monday in September next, LLOYD and FLAGG, will continue mercantile county quarter of said city. Gunn, Merchant Quir.cy ; Zabud Fletcher, P. M.,

r bu.ineetrste with him, will be prompt!Iv, alt n. alOllltd, late .f s.ic County, decoa-Mtl; aol 1 hal!I tln-n the f.luwin property. or ,,much thereof as wil business at the Store formerly occupied b> W. F. Also the purporting belong to the Apalachiceilu China Hill Gadsden County ; Joshua Davis,cf Gads-

C i .!: for I'-tters of di mi sion a, s'c-h Administrator.STEVKN'S p.iv State and County taxes ducon the same Llovd, where they will be j>lea- e-d to se-e their for- Land Cempany," lung in the' county of den County; D. Baker P. \., Chaftahoochie, tad
C -March 9. IS 14. 3.7_ ( < : HUH>G ERS.: the year 1"I.>: Inn customers. M. STARR, Lee.n, bounded North bv the line of demarcation Wm. Pow r., Merchant, Marianna.

ew York (City-Xo. 1)1 Broadwajr. Jeil" ...1 County, January 10, hll!';. 25 rmIVotice. The S E 4 ot Sec 33, aid the E i of the :F 4 of I W. F. LLOYD, West by the Ocklockny h"t r. South bv the ccuntyof May 9, I Sir.. 42

1 JAMES J. BIRGE -- Sc 31. and the entire si'ition 31, and the W N !February 15,_IM-V _31 _F. H. FLAGG. Waknlla, and East hy the St. Marks River, and In the Circuit Court of the
and the E J of the S \4 of Sec 2G, all of ilsnm known as part of Forbes' Purchase."
Dr. Hull' Pulmonary ,
JJBLtT AIt1O9 111111'aOc date, I will Jrc'l ill my ae'ceecint< R !-., N and E. The l E 4 of S 2, the N i of A. A. FISHER, MIDDLE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GADSDENCO.
AS t'u n the above store, between the Cfli' ,'olch'r to the Hon. Judge i I Wllf Leon and for letters of \ }\np'niz-Cons.h, Influenza, hoarseness, January 21 t, lsr.|( ->7 Cm his
: HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE, r,Itt County. apply dismission a'adUlillstratnr to belong to the estate of Hector \nra.lcn wife Peter L. Barino
I, keep on hand choice selection of FRKXCHAND of the estate of James Simmons, late. Also, the N W 4 of the S E: .LofS7T I nil, SurfHfKi or Paini in thfthett, Spitting John C. Barino and Margaret E.
ENGLISH CLOTHS, C.SSIMEnVEST- uf said count. N and E., purporting to belong to the estate of of Jiltftl, Consumption, Difficulty. Barino, heirs of Eli as Barino deceased -
w tr"e..c. received
.)! INGS, &c. He would respectfully solicit a continu- SILAS I). ALLEN. Washington Dunham. of Breathing, 4i. ,c. 5J per Brig Sampson, Narrative of the r". In Cha&ctrj.

1 cnce of the patronage of his Florida friends, believing February M, !* I 10. 31 CmNotice. Also, the S E 4 of S :31, T 1, R 13, purporting to THIS article has long !h cen held in high estima Expedition and North California to the Rocky in 1S43 Mountains and to Oregon James D. Cash, William Holland. Sa.
1' i he will be enabled to give them the tncst entiresatisfaction. =u belong to the estate. of Benjamin Chaircs.Also fir the cure (.fdieeasesof the breast and C. -I. by Capt. J. rah Jane Holla l, Benj. C. West,
Fremont cts.
tnonth).. Sections :2" and 3:1.: in T 1, R 12, Nand E., lungs, ar.d is offered. to the public as a remedy deserving price William II. McMillian John G.
after date. I to the The Cresctnt and the Cross, Eliot "
SIX !hal1' lon. to : to the .Thomas Livingston. a trial by all who are thus atrlicted. by Warburton and Charles H.
April .5. 1845. 37 purporting belong estate Camp Dupont.
I; ___ __ _ :e of Probate for Je'fcr"en county for ( E.I., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Pre-greus,
i Particular directions each bottle of the
accompany appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by
t: M'CANTS & SPENCER, of late dijuuMiion of said a.s the,deceased..druaireistrator of Jacob Carter, Also, the. W i of the N E 4 of S 33, mt-diririe. Price :50 cents. Tupper's Pro erbial Philosophy' ,a book of thoughtsand IT tht affidavit of complainant's solicitor that Jis.
arguments treated
I ATTORNEYS LAW.IITILL count JOHN FREEMAN.J The J k of the S W 4 of S 33, Sold in Tallahassee, I Florida by Illustrated' edition originally of Vicar of, I). Cash, one of the defendants to the bill of complaint
A'1 The J of the N E 4 of S 33, LEWIS & AMES, DrugisIS.Df'r.tn filed herein resides beyond the limits of this
(4, : practice in the Court Middjp DM- Ifcraoti> County, F bruary 7,1310. Cm 2'JIVoticr. The W J of t the S E 4.of S 33.: torr r.. I S.15. 20 Dante's I'ticalVorb, translated by II. T. Cary, State, and within the jurisdiction of the CDted!
----- -- --- -
Vtrict and the Court Appeals, and in th --. -- ---- The N K: 4 of( the S I 4 (.f S :W, --- The Philosophy of M) teiy b% Dcndy, States, that is to say within the State of Texas: Jttf
Sumiirl W.Cannnck, Samuel U. Ste- Holmps' life
Counties C of' Mozart
of Ollice Monticello'
ower Georgia. at months after date, I shall apply to the Judge The S W 4 of the S 4 1'1 S 27, al in T 2, R 13, and J. IVnyles linker Arnold's School Ordered, That the said James D. Cash do appear j
> phens Sermons
SIX Rugby ,
-.1 .- fa:. Sept.21IS-t4. 'J f Probate for Jefferson County)., fur letters of N and II Also, the E i (. the N 4, and the W Parker's aids and plead to or answer the bill of complaint iled j
-l'V 330 It AnD. ilismision as administrator of Norman High, late ( i of the N E: 4 of S :, T 1. R I 1.?, N and.E.purportheloflmrtotheeshtc : ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW to English composition, herein on or before the first Monday of October

.1 RUNAWAY the subscriber I 15 miles said Count, v, deceased. I I J ing_to of Hardy Bryant. HAVE formed a partnership in the practice of Burdett Chances Rural and Changes, or Life as it Is,by Charles next, or that the same be taken as confessed by thea

I E east of Tallahassee, on the night of the 2d County, Januarv 10. l'll.JUIas t IIGI.J.r'r'll Also the N W 4 of S 2O, the W i e.f the =I 4 of S and will give their joint attention to bu- Economy, by Boussinghault said James D. Cash, and the complainants have leava \
;n"t., a negrd man TOM five fet,five in--hes Ircmhls&rltol"S 2<), theN E 4 01 t the S W 4 of S -!i", the S of theS .. confided 'to their care, in the Middle Circuit, Book of the Colonies, by John Frost, to proceed ex parte: Provided, That a copy of this

and a half high ; I light complexion, and an intelligent .\ Notice. W 4 of f 17, the E i of the S W 4 of S 17., the SW and: in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the Book of Good Examples by John Frost order be published once a week for four months previous

I countenance : a peaked forehead with a war. SIX months afterdate the undersigned will make 4 of S f: 4 of S 1,11 in T I, Range M, Nand Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STEPHENS: will continue The Elinor book of Christmas, by J. Thomas K. Hervey, to the day aforesaid, in one of the newspapers

t extending between the ,' .Lrowl to the root of l.i hiul return and exhibit to the Judge of Pro- E., PUrflinl to Lelonu Edmund B. Vans.. to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL. CARMACKand Wjllis, edited by G. Cooper, published in Tallahassee.

., .. nose ; about thirty years old. batf for Le.'>County as administrator on the estate S i: i oftheSW4ofSl,3'l, R13NarcdE.. J. .BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the Miss The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Hehess, by Dated 14th May, 1S46.

The above reward will be given to any pcrso'i apprehending i of Roderick Mclnnis! deceased, and ask for a discharge purporting to belong to the estate of Win. J. Mills. I firm will spend a part of his time Apalachirola, Pickering, (Signed,) GEO. W. MACRAE,
t: said slave Tom the delivery of the such MILTON J. will attend to communications directed escanio, or the Sculptor'sJ'prf'ntice, by A. Doma -
r., on as administrator. BRYAN, I ana any to Judge S. Cir.j>residing in M. C.for Gadsden Co.
# same to toe, a mv plantation. JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. SIJf! and rx offieio Tax CO!II. Co. that place. Love and Mesmerismby Horace Smith, A true copy :

.q. CHAS. L. POWELL. March! 14, |S.'f. r.l fmAdministrator's February, I/i/ :32: De-cember20, J IS t 15. 22 The illustrated histoty of Palestine Jno. Kitto I. R. HARRIS, Clerk
The Manuel of Bachelor
--- ---- -- Matrimony
------- -- by a ,
i S4G. 39 -- --
April ,
May 16, 1946. 43 4m
". --- Notice. mw a G Apnlncliicola Land Company.LL Mysteries' of the Backwoods, by T. B. Thorpe author .
ii G LOTH 1 W G I C 1
t ; LARGE assortment of .O'-.1f. M ER SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. 900 KCES rich style Prints : Ging- A1 persons are hereby warned not to trespass, of Tom Owen In the Circuit Court of the

A CLOTHING: AUo. BOOTS ShOES I'VTS.kc. Judge of Probate' of Leon County for letters hams Ban teo. lialzarines Muslin Ginghams nor to make use of, or commit waste in any unlawful Needle-work A Winter Gift for Ladies being instructions in MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUNTT.

: ., just received and for sale bv of dismission on the estate of Charles A. Shawls, Sdrfl. taps and Collars, Gloves, mruincr, on the lands of the ApalachicolaLand ,
late of said re1on'jl Hosiery, of Laces which have Fleming Field Nich Bigelow The Orange Girl IN CHANCERY.
t: L. II. GREENBERG CO. County deCIvo. Mils assortment and Company not been regularly disposed -
& & Embroidered! Muslin of Venice The West Point Cadet Between William Bellamy. Ex'r.
6 21.1646. 35I : Trimmiull. and a variety of tlf I by ui, or our competent agent or agents
;i: e- Mach : Surviving i Administrator. articles text numerous mention. Ju.t receiver heretofore as the penalty of the law will be strictly Love and Murder, Durbin's. Observations in the of A. Bellamy, dec'd.. Complainant

E. K A AnD, Jr., March% 21. 1 1'I4'. 3; Cm and for sale by cnfurcenl against all oflenders. East, Clark' Casar Plaj fair's Euclid Bill for foreclosure -

# TNFORMS his Iriends and the p11hil L. &II. GREENRERG & CO. Applications( may bcmade for purchases, leases or Noye's Penmanship. New Music Paper for Window ts. of mOd

,. t J. that he has taken the ktore' on th* "r- loice.SIX March 21, hlr. :3-t > otherwise i for the undisposed of portions or tractsof i Curtains, House Paper and Borders, &.C., &.c. Mary Rowles, Executrix of Jo- gage, tcseph -

t _.; .ner of Mttnroc and Two Huti.lrt-d Font months after date, I shall prra-nt my final ac- ---- - ------ aid laniL \h ing and being in the counties of Wa- For sale by P. A. hAYWARD. R. Rowles, deceased, et.

I&it : streets, nearly opposite the Court House, and voucht-rs to the I Hon. Judge of l'ro KOTICE. keith, Li'on, Gadsden 4iid Franklin and known as January 21, 1S4G. 27 Defendants..

; where may be found a general a nrf ment bite in and for the (County ol Jeffeison, and apply I FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE; IN THY SOUTH- t he Forbe-H Pmirchase"to our dIlly' authorized agent, PIUNTEIIS.. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Courtb't1

: of genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every: attention for a discharge u Administrator tit ionic mm of the CIRCUIT or Fl.run \. Mr. JAMES: E. BEITNKR, in the vicinity of Quincv. Printers Fvrni, ll'artJiouse.TW JL artdavit of complainant, that the defendant,sua
Type Foundry Sf hing
l paid to order of Physicians, and Planters.All estate of James H3lIJle said county, derr si>dWM. THE heirs: of John II. Savvjcr Jlceaicd.i JOSEPH DELAFIELD, Mary Howls, Executrix as aforesaid, resides cot .*
C atice warranted good ejuallty, low.for rful c BUDD.JetTer ; : notice that I intend' to il< "roco. LEWIS CURTIS \HE subscribers have opened a nevT3pe FounJ the State of Florida, and in the State of Virginia:

I I t. ha received a supply of F.R.MAN'S I .*.n Cotintv, Ji-nuary 17, J i1f, 20 Cm ings, forthwith in the Circuit Court for I the Southern Trustees of the .-Jpalachicola Land Co. [ dry in the city ot New York where they are // is Orderett. That I be said defendant do and
,,&; WORM, COUGH CAMPHOR and C ATI! \RTIC :_ Circuit of Florida., to fort-close the mortgage I hold January Id, I IS 10. ready to supply orders to any extent for any kind (>l answer said bill within four months, or the 5311w

LOZENGES valuable artice and the must agreeable Administrator'S IVolicc. upon certain real. rMateof John I I. Sawyer,d'c'a"C!, _____ __ job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper Cases, Galleys, Brass shall be Jaken for confessed Provided That publication
: ,
4 form of ( SIX months after date, I wi apply to the Honor- in the city of Key We>st, situated at the corner of Notice. Rule, Steel column do., Composing Sticks Chases. be made of this order in some newjpaperprint-

F4 SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLAsl.n.: lice, .Judge of Probates I eon county for letter Duval and Front streets and! known a part of lot THE undersigned, duly authorized agent of the and every article necessary for a Printing Office. ed in the city of Tallahassee, once a week, for fo*
fP cheapest and best plaster ever th. public of JUmisjion as administrator of the estate of number I three in n''uru. number "cVCI, according to -' of the Apalachicola Land Company, The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from an months successively

I i tor Rheumatism Pain in the Back Side and Weaknecj Joithua SilU, late of said County, dIM'. A. G. O\\II'1 plan of aid. (ily.CI.HU is prcpaie-d to yell ir rent such portions and tractsof entire new set of matrixes with deep counters, are Dated 12th May 1S4G-

&lAho. SOLOMON SILLS Adm'r. :" MALLORY. land within the Forbes Purchase, as have not been warranted to be unsurpassed by any and will be soldat (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE.

; I! **! FOLGER'S pLO .\ONrAr.r ALU11EALING Fthruart 7, 1MO.. 29 EmNo1lci. By S. R. l.\LLOHY. his Attorney! regularly disposed of by said Land Company. Personal prices to suit the times. Judge S. Cir. presiding in M. C. for Gadsdeo Co.
f r BALSA M,an atce for Cold j. ---- Key West, March 7, eawJmTakcJVotlcc. interviews may be had with the subscriber at Printing Presses furnished and also Steam Engines M. D. PAPY, Solicitor for Complainant.

: Coughs Asthma, Bleeding at the CO'IIlm'-! ; .----- or in the nrichborhood of Quincy, or letters may be of the most approved patterns. A true copy :

; ;. (ion and its kindred dila Pamphlets, containing SIX months after date. I shall present my final ac AN extra price will be paid for Hides stretched directed to him through the Post Offices, at that Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A I. R. HARRIS, Clerk.

!4 certificates from persons in hi- h standi.ig. res- and voucher to the Hon. Judge o"f Irohalf. h pegsafter the Indian fashion, by place and Tallahassee. mechinist constantly in attendance to repair May 16. 1946. 43 4m

: vecting its valuable effects,.can b had gratis by ap- inland for the County of Jterltn. and apply May 10. *.j5. 42__ M. BAKER. JAMES E. BETTNER, agent presses and do light work.
'J t- # phinaiabOTe. f.r a discharge as (, of the estate ol of the Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co. Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three timesas Notice.

L Tallahassee, January 10. 1816. 2S t( Stephen Wolf,bte uf raid county deceased. Claims against the United Stales. January 10, ISit. 25 ly much type zs their bills amount to, may give the months the Ho -
--- P. DUVAL. of above six months' insertion in their and SIX after date, I snail apply to '
Clurct.A SOLOMON E MA Florida, and papers, send
Porter and JOHN TalahaSe of letters
TJFR their for Jefferson County tot
Jefferson County, F l b.21. A. City mw G50@@rID oS papers containing it to the subscribers.
; A CASKS LONDON PORTER. .I. t" will prosecute against the United State from IIEETINC.S Shirtings Osnaburgs, and a large COCKROFT & OVEREND 68 Ann st. N.Y. of dismission as Administrator of Mary Saragt '
e 'l doz. Claret, received and for sale bv JVotlcr. of said County, deceased.
3 just Florida or elsewhere. Letters to DOTAL t DICK- assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, February 21. lb-16. 31 Gm

,V. STARR, LLOYD tt FLAGG. SIX month after date the undersigned, Aelminis- SON, Tallahassee, Florida post paid will be attended Boots, Shoes Hats, .c.,kc., suitable for the Spring LAW NOTICE.JOHN GEORGE JONUJefferson
c April 11.1848 3! "of Jeremiah Bentley, deeat late of to. DUVAL &DICKENS. trade, for 3ale cheap by County, April 25, IJMfl. 40 fm

K'. r For aIc.,1Ii Jefferson County will present aount. and .April 25. tS46. 40 STARR LLOYD it FLAGG. IP. :3VL Notice.

'; WELL selected ,Mi. llo'll Librxry of the vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County Tax Collctor'rlYofice April IS, J 1R4rt. 39 WILL resume the practice of Law. Omen IJT SIX months after date I shall present to tl
A of tandsr i and ask for a discharge from said administration.JOHN YARD. for tfc*
Ff J most approYe F T HAVE this day levied lot NOB. nine LAW NOTICE. Judge ot Probate, in tad
SAUNDERS > upon eight, ,
4 ; I "ork eOD >but one thousand volumes. Adm,". 1. and ten and eleven, McNeil's 25,1SJB. 40 County of Jefferson, ny final account tad Tooeker*
SAMUEL BENTLEY, j survey, containing liE undersigned have united in the practice ol' as Administrator tsedM'
..Ni I pactlal.apply F. BYTHEWOOD.Jaanary Jefferson County May 2, 1846. 41 6m sixteen hundred acre of land, more or less,lying be. T Law They will attend the several Courts ol Just Received by J. H. Fortune shall then apply of for Nathaniel letter of Sanders dismission,dec as soco

10. 1S16. 'Os. Jefferson Countv. tween Little River and Rocky, Comfort a to be old Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida At the co rh nix Buildings" per brig Emeline from Administrator. GOODMAN.
a.i $ Om. -- Administrator RTof lr >. before the Court House. door, In the oQoir and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in th. New York: Jefferson <
TAB, Iun'v" FL.AGG I months after date I ihall present t-my accounts on the first Monday in July, 1846, for the County Western Circuit. Also the District Court of the Java Coffee Fresh Malaga Raisins County May &, 1946. 42 "* __

_Bow rsceiTingi per Brig Emeline from New SIX vouchers, and make application to the Judge taxes due Gads Jen County for the year eighteen hun United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Supreme Soft-sheU'd Almonds Butter and Soda Crackers, Notice.

ARE. k.aDd Schooner Home from New Orleans. of Probate of Leon County for letter of dicmiisiona dred and forty-fivcl84)( ) and coati.by the claimantsof Court of the State of Florida. Ship Biscuit, Crushed Sugar QIX months after date, I will apply to the Probst*

Bio Ltqoin a J..a'Ct.loa' and crushed Surar. Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew Elielc *- Forbe Purchase, the propertj of the Apalachicola THOMAS RANDALL Olive Oil, Brandy Cherries. O Judge of Gadsden County, for a discharge fro

:We. > ano "''rf mrnof d nf said County, Land Company.. THOMAS H. HAGNF.R Lm. & Rasp.} Syrups, Sup. fine Northern Flour, c y executorship of the hut will of Robert Day idlee.

[", &Nail V* H.a" JOHN MYR1CK Adm'r JAMES A. McMU.LAN. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Very superior chewing Tobacco small and large deceased. L. W. SPRATT--

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