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: July 11, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00458
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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avenues for the discharge of f oisonou* secretion .

=;;; attd for-the .V 1'. Cofumlnan :.Magazine. and relieve the internal organs from burdensome .

.. Rio Bravo." clogs that are thrown them.-

A MEXICAN LAMENT F'PL 0 hUt PtA N Cold water has been proven to upon be this renv.

RIo Bravo! RioBrtvo'! p11TH ; I dy. And nothing but its simplicity, its commonness : .
Saw men ever such a eight ? and the almost universal hydrophobia r

Since Sealed the the field fate of of Roncesvalles many a knight! so long which concealed.prevails, could hare kept- its virtues

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Sad Resarca Pal ma's route CALIFORNIA.The

On those fatal fields so gory TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY! JULY 11, 1846 VOL XVII-XO. 51. St. Louis Reveille contains. the following .
Many a gallant lile went out. extracts, translated from 3 letter written in j

,- -.=- .-- .-- May last, by Captain B. J. Sutler. is da.
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There our best and bravest lances, ply it plentifully," &c., all which directions THE HALLS OF WTEZUIA-S. I
TiE ; From the Rtvtille. shell whizzed over the parapet from Malamo- I ted New Helvetia, Upper California :
Shimed 'gainst the Northern "tce1.Leh were given with the I
the valiant hearts that crouched them if impurturable gravity as Montezuma II. ascended the Mexican throne RIFLES AND RANCHEROS. ros unnoticed by him, and struck in the ashes .Our harvest ripens in about three weeks,

'Neath the Northern charger's heel. This they were really necessary anlproper.- .\. I). 1302, at the age of twenty-three, before BY )U.7"A. and embers, and turned his refreshment into and I hope to secure at least 12,000 bushelsof :

Rio Bravo Rio Bravo entire operation satisfaction!' having of the been Yankee performed and the to the Mexico had been Iisco'.eredby Europe. In the city of Puebla ((1813)) them is an the fire. The soldier cook was greatly excited wheat, with barley peas, beans etc. in pro. :

Minstrel ne'er knew such a fight, horse ans. He died :ttOth June 1520, in the f forty old Dutchman who i is very tlt of relating (the he seized the burning fuse ere it i ignitedthe portion. The next year however, I hope to

Since the field of Roncesvalles having received a most bountiful oleaginouscoat second year of his age, wounds inflicted by story we here introduce. When making his powder in the shell, and drawing it out, obtain a double quantity, and so on each *uc.I ftceeding

Sealed the fate ot many a knight. which of drowned gave him pretty much the appear. the Spanish discoverers whom ho had invi'edto I first visit to this country, many years since. he he turned round holding it in his hand a if it I Jtar. A fanega (two bushels) is usu. .

Rio Bravo fatal river, ance a the rat.} the same operationwas his royal palace. Historians agree in ad. happened to tr-c sole companion of a sturdy were a lighted cgar. and with 1 most ruefulcountenance ally worth two dollars but at present, Iwfore

S.w ye not while it-d with gore, performed upon buggy, and the greasy miring his character.On Kentuckian \ between two ol : ( voict exclaimed, "There, the.harvest, it U sold for four dollars. Thro

Torrejohn all !ioadle quiver, substance was besmeared all over it, not excepting ascending the throne, not content wlh (the large cities. di.cnct course!' the two ravellers them! damned), yellow Mexicans r have upset our excellent water communications, the sale

A ghastly trunk upon thy shore ? even the seat which received a double the spacious residence of his father he erected soon became familiar, and quite as much a my coflbe."-Y. O. Tropic. of our products has facilities unsurpassed in

Heard je not the wounded coursers.ShriIdnit coat. the few another, much more magnificent, frontin mater of course was it that their thoughtsand THE HAVANA PRESS. the world. For example, I have now largo
During,! days the Yankee remained
on jour trampled: hanks, on the plaza mayor of the present city conversation should turn upon time dangers I contracts for wheat and other staple with I ho :
Northern win at the hotel he was the soul of the village and We suppose that very few of our readers
As the 'd artillery ico. So vast was this great structure, that of the road. Kentuckian was master ofa Russians of the north-w coast. Were I able ,
Thundered on our shattered ranks the only topic of conversation. He was full Thp arc acquainted with the. rules, customs and 4
as one of the historians informs us, (the space rifle, which seemed to be almost a to eight the amount of four hundred Ions
of fun-liied high-bought basket after Uas- s"perI regulations established by the Spanish (;O\.
There Arista, best and brio'(,I't. covered by its terraced roof might have affor. part him as indeed, he paid fir more more they would) receive it. The Russian
ket in relation the of Cu.
There Ri \ en" tried and of champaigne-had free suppers and ded t'lr eminent to public press colonies of the north
? true ample room for thirty knights to run their at'ention t handled it with more care, are increasing every
On the fatal field thou lavesi treated every man who would partake-mine ba, and consequently!' it may be interesting to
in His fmtler'spalace dreamed \Vhcn I ,visited Sitka six
courses a regular tournay. than he of own year. year ago. .J
Nobly did all wen could do. host making it a point to humor him in all his bestowing upon them to be supplied with information upon{ I'
their .,
consumption was already ,
although not so high, was so extensive I In the diligence he carried it between great
Vainly there those heroes! rally demands. that the visitors were too much fatigued iu person.his knees muzzle down, and while he thc tIlhjee-t. _ now four fold. Sitka is the Governor's resi- \ \adonee

Castile Montezunu's eho're, Previous to his departure he again orderedhis wandering through the apartments, ever toI rode he would pat and fondle! it as tenderly a* In tie first place the journal of the Island ,and the See of the Bishop, with a sein- ;!
'I Rio ravo"-" Roncesvalles: ," horse and buggy to be greased, and the I I of Cuba are entirely deprived the liberty schools theatre and lies 1 1iii
sec the whole of it. Tb" palaces were built maternal dotage an innocent babe. mary, good a etc., .'j
Ye are names blent c\ertnore.U'ecpe ludicrous woul which they enjoy in the United States. Toestablish J i
same: operation was again performed. of red stone ornamentel with marble, the The D of defence was a 57 north latitude. I am negotiating for |
t thou, lorn lady Inf'z. lie then demanded his bill. arms of the Moutezuma family (an eagle bearing double barrel shot) which he had carefully a newspaper in Havana, or any other the opening of ii second good outlet for expoit J:
For thy lover 'mid the slain Mine host blandly informed him that he gun. city in the island it is necessary!' to make '*
as with the French Government, which need .J
a tiger in his talons) b Brave 1.'t''j trenchant ftlcliien was a pretty clever fellow, hcwIIJI.I not charge application! to the Supreme Government of : wheat and other products for its '1
the main fountains fed b ; Marques.ii
entrance. CO'lldfor
Crystal do all
his } to slaughter they
Cleft slayer to the brain. !non agreed thp Madrid and after it is the
him any thing for the little extras of chainpaigne the hills grantt't. Captain and Otaheitc) Island A French ship of CO!) H
free with;
great rtser\ir on neighboring play I "- the outlaws should! make thC
Brave La Vega<< who all lonely, suppers, &c., which he had received. cd in the vast halls and gardens: and supplied snallest valuable! they had about them. They General, or Go"eror, consults! with the. ton, the Lion,' limits the bay yearly: to pur. ,w
By a host of foes beset, lie would committee censorship" whether it is conlenient
him for the -L
only extraordinary
charge; water to hundred) of r.Ill': bath in the interior at this conrhmon than chase cattle for those island We have much .
Yielded his no sooner arri\"fl
un abre only of sail
Inl or not to admit the publication ,
personal services rendered. of the of nobles and intercourse, too, with the Sandwich Islands l
When his equal there he met. pilaces. Crowt' driver wa commanded to join th,compact the
lie then handed him the following bill : tributary chieftains were countinually saunter. aid it was arranged that upon the first imlicition jmrnal.: permission is granted by Cap. which has been greatly increased within a few ; ]r rJcars
Other companions not less, noted :Mr. YANRLE DOOPLK DR. tain General it is necessary todeposite immediately ".
Our visits
the halls heir grow more frequent every ,
ing through : or loitering away of approaching ( two
... Sleep beneath that sullen Jngl'rtlw ; before starting the the sum of
wave; To greasing horse and buggy, $230; 00 paper from the South Sea navigators, and .
hours in attendance on the court. Rich carvings ; year ;
Rio Bravo, thou hast Moated bra be thl diligence
An to To greasing horse and buggy, 8-30; 00 in wood adorned the ceilings, beautiful "holll warfd I Isolld $ 1230; in the Public SecretarJs office, which whale fishermen of the latter, of which from
army an ocean grate.: \ stop. .
i ii to of fines exact-
mats of palm leaf covered) the floors. Thewalls This arrangement was scarcely made be- appropriated twenty-five to thirty always touch at the harbor i.!
On they came those Northern horsemenOn Received ted from the paper in case it shoud! publish
payment, with stained of St. Francisco yearly. Ships of war :
cotton the driver
like eagles towarJs the sun, were hung richly fae it was called into action, thing without the of the cen.
Followed then the :Northern: b.yunet.And II. S. WICKWAHE. the skins of wild animals or gorgeous draperies histily notice that eight ten 10llntdnnchero" any" signature occasional.makc their appearance too. and
gave o There two at Haiana.
sor. are censors
the field wjs lost aud \\cn.O I never greased a horse and buggy f lor less of feather work wrought in imitation of were in the road advancing slowly ( calain assured me that this harvest f
than $230; ," said he, and as I have greased birds, insects and flowers, in glowing radianceof One is Senor Olaneta-a man who wal in the whole Pacific Ocean. '
for Orlando's horn to rally twice, bill is just five hundicd dol! t> meet the diligence. : rai'ed from degradation by Gen Tacon, and ., Next the of cattle! i ii '
yours your colors. Clouds of incense from golden her lick back to agriculture, raising "
His Paladins on that sad shore .Stop the horses-give a -
who has his unlimited of the
. through
Rio Bravo"'-" ncesvlles," lars. censors diffused intoxicating odors through her !" roared the J Kentuckian, as he kicked flattery) our most important pursuit, renderet easier ., I:

Ye are names blent evermore.GREASING Good for you, landlord] said the Yankee. splendid apartments occupied by the nine hundred SlOp I !the door and jumped into the road.- government lor' become a favorite ellloJc. Be. by the fact that we hardly Laany winter .,.! ;P
open General Tacon he
U I admir:* your conciseness and generosity. and eighty wives i and five thousand slaves The Dutchman was hardly second in the move and no now. So soon as it begins to rain in j i

F-JJJ ll..A, V! I admit you are into me about half a (bet.- of Montezuma. mont, the outside of the oppositedoor was a lawyer of no consequence nor was lie autumn every thing becomes green again, i, I N
upon Now he has
--- But it's all You tho landlord cared for at al)1 society. be and whole winter h.- "
-- --- -- - right. arc only He encouraged science amid learning, and wilh simultaneous rapidity. At about stock is fat the "" ,
A I10R .. public were l'stall two hundred and fifty yards diltancf', colectIn
is his i be-
Order if you l1.ra1.Or"rr60" shall take occasion to make it generally greater part of his empire. The city of Mexico the foremost advancing! abreast.It public press governed by ignorance, head oxen, 1,500 mare, 200 tame horses, 1 ill
The Dayton (Ohio) Transcript tells the following known" oh1er lug as he is wholly destitute of any literaryretentions. mules &c. and ,
I in his day, numbered twice as many inhabitants was the most lonely and desolate part I '. 3,000 sheep, many hlg5-
of Mr. \Vick\varc. the present Superintendent lie then mounted his greasy 'ehiclp-slid as at present, and one thousand men of the road upon between Puebla and the city ol'( 'I The other censor is Snor Rodrigo I They all pasture themselves, without an difficulty _
of the National House in that to and fro twice that tie seat Medina, who is under the control of Ola- in the lich bottoms of ) .
city : once or to see we-e daily employed! in watering and sweep. Mexico, and in the misty dawn of morning.The .- prairie the Sacramento !
Several years ago: he kept a crack Hotel in was sufficiently fclippcry, and exclaimed ing its streets, keeping them so clean that a Kentuckian and the Dutchman placed Mia, and although of more enlightened principles I i alley, and require no trouble but i. :

Brockford New York, which was famed far Landlord, this is most glorious I am man could tra\Ocrst the whole city with as little themselves lido by side in front of the d.lfgence and a man of some knowledge, not pro. a little watching generally attended to by the '

and wide for its neat arrangements: comfortable now prepared to take the Sabine shutc-goodbye danger of soiling his [(t as his hands.- ; each with the mo-t indomitable! determination perly fitted for his otce. native Indian I i is particularly a great assistance .

accommodations, and the obliging; urbanity ) -Go,I' And away he went, and! was out A careful/ police guarded city. Extensile : to fight until the lust breath in de. They nre both mother country, and to us-one, indeed which we could ". .

and hospitality ol its host. Mr. W. madeit of sight before the astonished landlord hadsufficiently arsenals, granaries, warehouses, an aviary for I fence of their The Dutchman, however keep keen eye on every production that hardly dispense with-that we can hire the .1 3 !1 i,
rights. from Creole and wizen
find .
a settled point to furnish his guests: withevery recovered from his surprise to discover the most beautiful l'i.I'' menageries, houses wa much piuzled at seeing 'his comradein comes a pen ; they Indians as laborer very cheally. In harvest
called if it within the that he had been did. in it any thing they cannot understand, on ae I have least four hundred
thing they for was most essentially for reptiles and ncrnts\ a collection of humanniouisters arms eleiate hit perpendicularly in the frequently employed at :
on account of its elevated tone, they send it
compass of his ability to procure it, and to lied built of marble and Indians. f
fish-immU museums air, and slowly let the muzzle t fall in drawinga I
with all their however Mine I liostlearnedafierwardsthattlieeccen.l under an enclosure to the Gooeror, and if No in the world is better ;
comply requests, unreasonable and public libraries, all on the most extensive deliberate aim at the advancing horsemen. country adapted .
they might be-taking special care, tric genius was the son of a wealthy Bostonian scale, added their attractions to (the I Mein Cot-ton't waste the powdher !1" any republican idea is found in the writing, to vine raising. An excellent wine is mada i : .

nevertheless, to put the several items in the He had recently graduated at Harvard Uni- great city of the Aztecs. Gorgeous temples: said the Dutchman Wat are you for goingto the watched author's! name is registered and of he is : in some parts, and a considerable quantity of t1:

bill with great exactness, and charge for them versify! and was just returning home, having -in which hiimin victims were sacrificed, '" moot stricty. Every piece writing brandy. Any one who plants a good vineyard :

accordingly.The made the tour of the American continent ali and their blood baked in bread, or their bo. fro mo just level olo Kaintuck,' replied .that is the public press mlt be. here, and understan.1 its management .j "!
before the with the full
queerest customer lie was called uponto ne. Our friend the landlord, howeier, ever lies dressed) for food to be devoured by the the Kentuckian-keep cool, and Il pick produced of the who censor writes, it. The signature I can, in a few years, varying with the yields, o J;

accommodate: during his public reign" in afterwards declined greasing horses at any I eople at religious festivals-reared their pyr- out that middle chap in a minute !" person that which is intended for censor : gain great profits. We have several instan- .t i r:

that place, and the one who excited the mot price. amidal far above the highest edifices. 4{ Mein Cot man;" said the Dutchmany( only signs publication res of French and Americans, whose fine 1
alar from twelve three o'clock P. M.
interest and attention; and was longest' remembered Thou tr>ir brother men were thus it i.h more (ardor off dan von mile ?I" to young plantations I have m>self visited. The t
in the: tilhage: on account of his siiinu-! TIlE DEATH BED OF LORD BYRON. sacrificed :annually. Tho temple of Maxtili, The old Dutchman made no allowance for every day, and he selects those things whichhe vineyards are til of fig" olive, and orange f }

lar eccentricities,was a drollodd-looking) ; Yan The following i is related of Mr. Barmy ; the their war god, wan so constructed that its great the uncertain light of early dawn, but the falci..s ; and any thing that is sent to him. trees, the last bearing at once flowers an.l d',
after three o'clock if it be the
kee. He drove up in front of the hotel in a interview took place a few days before the alarm gong, Rounding to battle, roused the valey Kcnturkian knew every shade of the sky from even will most ripe and green fruit A proof of the fitness :1 !tro
of he for
buggy one evening, and reined np in the mid. death of Lord Byron : for three leagues; around, and called three mcrning midnight, at this time he was piece until news, not often sign for the culture of the grape, of the valleys of k f>

dIe of the street. He was a tall, awkward It was seinii o'clock in the evening when Kindred thousand armed Aztecs to (the imine- as sure unti shot as though the ranchero publication the next caJ-thus preventing the Sacramento, the St. Joaquin! and other "

looking fellow, grotesquely dressed, and ex- I saw him and then I took a chair at his request Hate service of I their monarch. So vast was hai. already fallen from his horse. would!:he of speedy publcation'all.that which streams, is abundance of wild vines upon fJ Wf
hibited indication of mountaineer. and sat down at his bed hide! and remained intereFt to their b:inks. These bear
every a raw the collection of birds of prey in a building S If you kill do rashcal at such much dis. Should article of very good grapes
lie had a splendid horse and Iiuggy-but; the till ten o'clock. lie sat up in bed, and devoted to them, that 300) ) turkejs.. (the cheapestmeat tance." said the Dutchman, "you vill only a newspaper publish any of which we often make wine vinegar and t

only thing in his "personale" that militated was then calm collected. He talked with me in Mexico, were allowed for their daily rate de !." news, any of reading of matter books, or without even an)advertisement brandy. The ri'"er are full offish, especially I fJ

against his general appearance of n'rlltI1cy.was on a variety subjects with himself and fam consumption. Such were the Halls ) But the Kentuckian had got his aim, and I of the sale it is liable, fine whichrangt's signature : the salmon, which surpass those of the Colum ;. $:

the possession of a small, grey twinkling ily. He spoke of death also, with great composure i Nontezuman!" Thesummcr residence of the jmmst as the Dutchman had ceased speaking, from censor$23 ,to ;300, which to a is taken for bia river. The heaviest weigh from 40( toO irE

eye-so full of comical humor and drollery and though he did not believe his end monarch, on the hill of Chapoltepac, overlook. CAd Kaintuck' politely spoke up, and sent the i the moment from the $1250 at theSecretary's .4'J

that one could scarcely suppress a hearty laugh was very near, there was something about him lug the city, was surrounded by gardens of mildle robber tumbling from his saddle. The office and must deposited be refunded before Game is found in profusion-as for example

while looking at it. so serious, and so firm, so resigned, and composed several miles in extent( (, and here were preserved eys of the Dutchman expanded with astonishment the of three If it thousands of the elk, which gather in herds- :J

After leaning backward;: and forward!, sit. so different from anthing Iliad ever until the middle of the last century,two at the cm.c of thn Kentuckian's shot, not refund expiration the when days.S300 have been dos and in summer are very fat. Equally numerous .j ii

ting stiff and bolt upright, turning round andsurveying before seen in him, that my mind misgave, and statutes of the Emperor and his father. The and 'broken expressions extravigant surprise taken from the money amount the are the vast herds of w ild horses, deer, ,

the appearance of the village, looked at times foreboded his speedy dissolution. great cypress trees, under which the Aztec issied from his lips. is ordered be discontinued.El deposited. journal antelopes, &c. Of bears there are great .4

up at the belfry and minutely scrutinizing,! '4 Barry,' said he, when I first went to him, sovereign and his associates once held their The old hunter said nothing, but quietly Dairio to dil Gobicrno has the of numbers. And in the rainy season especially :. k'
the hotel which eccentric movements he 41 have much wished to see to-day. I privilege one can kill immense flocks, I might millions .
by you moon light revels, still shade the royal gardens. loaled his rifle again, and with a pleasant publishing all the official notice, and if say i
excited general attention, he called out at the have had strange feelings, but ray head is now Some of them, fifty feet in crcllfererc( are gravity lifted it to his shoulder. In the mean other publisher wishes to them he mustask any of ducks, geese, cranes, pelicans, &c.'i';/ I
of his voice better I have no gloomy thoughts, and no copy Beaver, too, and land otters may still be fcund .
top : ; several thousand las 1Jt are jet as tunis the rancheros made oil with most inde- I (the of the editor. Senor Ola. :o
41 Landlord f I say Mr. landlord} come idea but that I shall recoier. I am perfectly green as in the days of Montezuma, whose fatigable expedition at the frt broad hint of neta is permission a part owner of the Diario. and he, in some abundance chiefly the mountains.." t i

here !I"Mine collected-I am sure I am in my senSl's-hut ashes those of his ancestors, render sacred, and shot. ,
or powder being the chief censor, affords the greatest CIIOCTAW bDI S-The revival of religion .
host appearing, he resumedsee a melancholy will creep overnio at times. in the eyes of the native Mexicans, tho hill 44 Are there any of them in sight ?1" said the advantages to that-paper; and when the oth. continues among the Choctaw Indians, j 1,

here, sir, I wish lOU to pay particular atten. The mention of the subject brought the melancholy of Chapoltepac. Natural decay and a wan- Kentuckian, as he coolly let the muzzle of his er journals have imported foreign hich and 150 have been added to the church duringthe
tion to what I I have travelled fifteen topics back, and a few exclamations mark the seat of \ver rifle in of victim..
say. ing population now p fal again the Diario has not received, Senor Olaneta last year ; making the whole number con
hundred miles right straight ahead ; I have showed what occupied Lord Byron's mind of the Montezumas. answered the driver,
great question was by keeps them hack so as to prevent them from nected with 3 churches in that nation,663.-
seen all sorts of sights ; met with all sorts of when he was left in silence and solitude.- who seeing that the Dutchman was too much getting the stait of his own paper, which, as There had been contributed by that people :

incidents, and been in all sorts of places. But 4 My Wife my Ada my country the situa. MEXICAN PRESIDENTS. astonished to speak, ventured to announce that I the official organ, still holds his subscriptionprice during the year, $333 for benevolent purposes ,

there is one thing I greatly desire and have tion of this place-my removal impossibleand The following history Mexican: Presi- the robbers were out ofsigfit far enough but I: at $24 per annum, when the best journals in addition to $ 6.000 appropriated by
wight in vain to find-and that is, a landlurd perhaps death-all combine tomake me whether of rrach of
or not they were out in the city only cost half that their for educational "
from the New York Mirror price. government purposes ;
who will give thing I ask! without troubling sad. I am convinced of the happiness of do. dent we copy : that rifle, he could not venture to I" I
every Gen. Victoria, the first President, elected say Ii making :sum equal to $1,25 for every man, ,
: himself as to my reasons, or vexing me mestic life. No man on earth respects a virtuous The Kentuckian has travelled away, heaven I i DEACON TODD. woman and child in the nation-a sum F
824, with Gen. Bravo as Vice President, who I greater
than I do and the I
with impertinent curiosity. woman more ; prosect knows where, since tho adventure we THE BOY WITH A SUORT MEMORY.-Returning ( in proportion to the number of people
lenounced Victoria, but beaten ,
was surrcn-
** Most certainly" exclaimed mine host. > of returning to England, with my wife dered and banished. speak of but the honest old Dutchman is living i home from meeting one Sabbath af. than is given for the cause of education by ;

44 We always make it a point to comply with and Ada, gives me an idea of happiness I have Jen. Padraza was elected April, 1923, over in the city of Peubla, and swears ternoon, the Deacon was accosted by a man any nation on the globe !ITo

the wants of our guests to the utmost extent." never experienced before. Retirement will even to this day, that the distance at which thus:

Well, sir," said the Yankee, you may he every thing to me, for heretofore life has his opponrut Gen. Guerrero, who used vio- Kentucky man killed the robber 'ras pos- 44 Sir, did you see a man on the road, driving CURB SHEEP SKINS WITH THEY OOL
him he aided th
consider me your guest for a week. But mind been to me like the ocean in 3 storm. You to displace ; was by a largo hitively so more ash a mile !' a cart with a bag of cotton in it ?" ON.-Take a spoonful alum.and. two of saltpeter .
force with Santa Anna at its( head, who was
the conditions. If you break them, I'm off have no conception of the unaccountable I think I did," said the Deacon musingly. ; pulverise and mix well together then

like a flash. And to begin-in the first place, thoughts which come into my mind when the defeated, and made his escape.. In 1828, NOTHING WHEN YOU ARE USED TO IT.-A I 44 A boy with a short memory wasn't he ?' sprinkle the powder on the flesh side of the i

you see that horse of mine ? He is a noble fever attacks me. Eternity and space are be- (October,) a mob headed bj : Ca. collector from the city of New York, rather The man looked confused and said, "why skin, and lay the two flesh sides together, leav. :, ting

animal. And this buggy It can't be beaten.I fore me ; but on that tubject, thank God, I am dena, seized the government, and Padraza fled, fastidious!' in his taste about what he eat and do you think he had a short memory, sir?" the wool outside. Then fold up the skin .

wish them both well taken care of; I want happy and at case. The thought of living and Guerrero declared elected with Busta. drank, happened lately to be on a tour through Tht deacon seemed to enjoy his confusion, as tight as you can, and hang it in a dry place.In I,

you to attend to it in person, while I overlookyou eternally, of again reviving, is a great pleas. was the Sucker State and.stopping one day at ra. and even determined to increase it. I think two or three days, as soon a it is dry, take
for Vice Soon after that I
and give you the necessary directions. ure. Christianity i is the purest and most lii;. monte Prelident. : (her a comfortable looking log-house he enquired so ; and I think, moreover, that he must it down and scrap it with a blunt knife, till
ensued which
My horse is a queer horse sir, and requires to era! religion in the world! ; but the numerous ended Bustamente in tho re"oled, ci"i Guerrero war in,February : of a respectable looking elderly lady if belong to a family that had short memories." clean and completes the process,

be treated in a different stjla: from other hor teachers, who are continually worrying man. Ie could purchase dinner there. What in the world makes you think that ?" and makes you a most excellent saddle cover. j

ses. In the first place you will! ungear him kind with their denunciations and their docrines 1831, at Oajeca, leaving In 'Vei"says she, think you may get it said the ir.an more than ever perplexed. If when jou kill your mutton you treat th9 .
Bustamente in the Presidents chair.
and grease him. Yes, sir grease him all are the greatest enemies of rehigiomi.I 1832 Santa Anna marched from Vera Cruz easy, you have got enough to pay for it." 4* Why)' simply this," said the gentleman, skins this way, you can get more from the saddler .

over-thoroughly and effectually-and then ,. have read with more attention than half of He showed her that the needed was .his assuming all at once, a very grave and solemn than lOU can get for the wool and skin
to the Capitol rna-le! Bustamente( resign in favor
grease my buggy in the same manner. Re. them, the Book of Christianity, and I admire possession, and she bade him, "git oil'his hoss manner, Because God has proclaimed from separately disposed of otherwise.
of Padraza, then in exile in Philadelphia,
collect i if.must be done well. Before you co'n. the liberal and truly charitable principles and tote himself into the house." Mount Sinai, in a most solemn manner among Other skins which you desire to cure with
who returned and served out the remainder of
mence operations, however, we will have Christ has laid down. There arc questions his time of the 1828 election : and then He accordingly did, so, and sat himself down other things Remember the Sabbath day to the fur or hair on, may be treated in the samsway. ,

something to take." connected with this subject which none but Santa Anna was elected in May, 1833- to await its preparation. Every thing was keep it holy: ;' and that boy has forgotten it. .

The eccentric Yankee having dismountedand Almighty God can solve. Time and space, taken at the battle of San Jacinto in spread out in pretty good style, and he prom. His memory must be very short indeed, very." FLOWERS 1: BEDROOMS. ridiculous! paragraph '

entered the hotel, forthwith called for a who can conceive ? None but God-on him 1836 prisoner BustamTnte was then in exile in ised himself a perfect rural fc-ast. The hOSe We rode off a the Deacon pronounced the is published in some of the papers .

basket of champagne, and his singular move alono I will rely..' t France; but returned on hearing of the tess brought in a pan of new milk to drink, last words,and left the man to his own thoughts.lie that a young lady who went to bed in good

ment and novel address to the landlord had ; and of Santa Anna
ture :
, collected a large crowd about the house, he Ccmouft I.EoAcv.-Tbe late John Orr, Bustamente was elected. Santa Anna, on a gourd ; as she filled her guests bowl, she dis but surely he had heard a sermon. cause she had several flowers in pots in hcr bed.

invited them all to Jrink. The corks flew Esq., of Madras in addition to 1000 lef to his liberty, wa in retirement sometime covered that she had dipped up a small mouse, rom I Any person who knows anything at ;

from the bottles in rapid succession, and manyan the Montrose Infirmary, has also loll .100 obtaining his estate, then took the field against and taking hold of it affectionately by the tail, THE BEST A1EDICINE. all of physiology will be aivare at once that

astonished clod hopper gratified his unsophisticated to the neighboring parish of St. Cyrus Bustamente on in 1841, and drove him 'from stripped down the milk off of it into his cup, Frequent bathing-not once or twice a such a thing is impossible.! To sleep in a hothouse

palate with a taste of the sparkling- interest of which is to he annually distributed and pow. heaved a sympathetic sigh, tossed it through month but every day if you please, in warmor or green house, might be pernicious ;

champaigne for the first time. As a matter according to the following rather whimsical er Santa; Anna became President in 1841 and I the \vindo. and exclaiming "poor thing," set cold water-is one of the grandest medicines because, in those confined places, the proportion .

of f course, he soon became very popular and terms : Interest ofJ200 to bo distributed among ; i the bowl before the Yorker. in the world. It will make one more of the gasses in the air is not true-and

in a few minutes was the lion of the village. the in tea, sugar, &c., at Christmas ; being(Jen.deposed Herrera by, who sent him to Havana an .Why, madam," said he, "you don't think hearty and more free from disease than a cart therefore the atmosphere would be unwholesome .
pr in to the 'm! to drink that do 1" load of medicine could. The Boston Refbr. though not bit than in
Mine host in the meantime having melteda interest 300 equal proportions, exile and then Herrcra was deposed by going you a more to four

large bucket full of hogs'ard, proceeded to tallest married woman in the parish, the Paredes; who usurped the Presidency, andis "And why not ?" enquired the hostess, mer says, with reference to the subject, that bedrooms out of crcryjicc where people! think
the the old. well I declare if folks ain't niceto from one to five pounds of decayed) animal .
the stable in company with the Yankee, to shortest married woman in parish, now, 1846, the military despot. you city to they sleep very comfortably.In
and the live bless don't mind 'em matter off daily by insensible the beautiful ordinations natural .
perform the unctious ablution upon the horse est married woman in the parish, our boys, you, nomOre'fl passes perspiration economy
and buggy. Having divested himself of his youngest married girl in the parish for the if they were mosquitoes I" from the human The white dust those qualities of the air, a superabundance .
The number of drafted for tho armiesof
coat and rolled his sleeve he proceeded'o This, in addition to a substantial ben. men which collects on the skin, sometimes called I of which is pernicious to animal life,
up year. France, from 1778 to 1838, inclusive, was C flesh is refuse of the
administer the the inhabitants are furnished with a sub. AnACnI8TIc ANECDOTE-BombarJ goose 8)stem- are readily taken up for the nutriment of plant
coat charger,
upon eft mirthful annually. 13,382,000 From 1804- to 1814, the num. ment of Fort Brorcn. Viewed with a it looks like a butch. I versa. Instead of(there bring any
while Yankee stood directions little gossip microsop
brief by gave for a North British tier supplied was 3,603,000, averaging 386 commenced on the 5th day of the bombard'ment er's cart of If the pores of the danger, therefore, in keeping flowers in ane'sroom
In sentences [ Adfr e.You
asM 000 per year. an old soldier wls busy cooking for his skin are closed, and perspira. they are People who hare
_ imprceptihle
his tail iir
POut some more on -now un- enfa.
tIer hit WILL C.-The N. O. Tropic predicts mess, he prided himself on his coffee, and on tion is stopped, this mater is thrown flowers so, may course of the night ,'

all ear bell-rob more on his chime-grease that the letter C will begin the name of the The rifles and muskets in the various State the military precision with which he served out upon the lungs, liver, or intestines causing or they may rise with a disagreeable J lassitude
well-now hit his hoofs and his
oo legs- next President of the United States ; for in. arsenals, and in charge of the General GOT. his morning beverage. Just a he had com. cold, consumption,fever,& remedy is I. in the morning, but such death or weaknesswill

pour it over hit shoulders-on his neckOahIsfbrebead..underhi.jaws. Clay, CriUcnden, Clayton Calhoun, emment, are estimated at one million three pleted miking it, and was stooping down to fond in the specific that will restore the ays. hare nothing to do with the fower f
aM His mane last not least, Cass." hundred thousand. pour it into (the several tin cups of his men, a tern to its proper ,balance, open the natural : [ /' '#
foretop Sorwin, or,
are not sufficiently greased-ap- .


k1F. =

:. Fivm the IisiJon f Tare the boua U of the Union : her population upon the spit about that: That n what the whigs Mr. > ebster and the JHeilcan War. as ever. The last news al Point Isabel was that
Paredes had started to reinforce Arista
I. 11 ; BOUNDARY OF THE RIO GiUMjL are one with lhat of the old states, and, as such, THE FLORIDIAN. say-one day telling us how perfect u our discipline, Below is an extract from the Washington Union thousand troops. Mexico is seeking, at with this several

Nothing can exceed the ilcnunciatiotis demanding! protection. The President orders then-\t making merry over cur di 'en ions. How in reply to a speech made by the distinguished Senator merit on the London exchange, suet peace (whith mo-

the ) L\ : an army to orcupjr wrut has become Ameri- '* these thi ." tally, wi leaiefor our lopnal readers from Massachusetts, upon the war with Mexico .- she know hecan have by suitably asking for it ini
: whig pi ess ui the administration Inea'i.. "LET Ui Al.oE. but loan
) /oon
i can soil, an i now tit: Mars and stripes waieI to trace out for themselves It is r'.rclu-ive and unin: werable. Mr Webster spirit justice. to carry onOie
., it \ic\\s th" Rio (Jraii'lo as the lj<>u>i I on the ban\s of the noble! river of the Rio We cj:mot wonder that bird things are said of in his place in the S nate, advised that hojfili- into the mouth pot
tlt this countri, am! ha or'rcI l I (leneral Ta! orto Saliirilay Jnlj 11 I Sir.. a new pretext ol the war
( irande. iiu ask in \iew.of the us. We are 'o by horest combat, and toM'Xico in
j A ue fictsabote uuronquerable ties be suspended, a Mini-ferdespatched Mexico with which to brag and delude the
r its lnnk '
.z anJ the ipnoract
r, occupy j /trct c<>i..r.i *!ateJ, what 1est could the President that cur opponents find it iiecessry t > resort to other with oilers to treat with her upon our disputes. multitude into new hopes.

this side of it from foreign itiia>ion. So !b.iJ! j' hate: done ? Timis OF TIlL: FII11)i.tN. modes of warfare. They are welcome to do so.' *The Union rejoins, and shows from the honorable This i* the spirit in view of which we are now to

r4J is paitizan Jan;:tta: ; e, s< l1IIJ1.aS'1rCI i stirad:, ', suspend military operation, and send a minister
l Wh it woid! th..b Briefless revj'r5 of th We tnut *jr strength will continue unshaken under Senator' own admissiens how utterly fruitless such which to
t aseien toprovok; .\ herein J there, a (lf'm'cr i' Tiir FioRiritN is p'iMi>hd every Siliinhy, at srrt a neg.t.ation we hate already soueht
into a doubt that the ha< nirni President hate don \Vhy, lor rmth, giie up 'niHKE JJ iLLXRStr; | annum, intariably in tvl, a'.l thez: varied asiult*, and that tictiri will rind it a mission would prove. Its length but read it. vain, and which we are at thismcDient ofJenrr IB la

government c the omitit'V from the Nenees to the Rio Gran- ri:ur, or TIIKKC FiKTY if tm i.t 1 within iv month* b\M to perch upon our banner still The day is coming receive i* soon as it shall be tendered to as and

4 ted some egregioys; error ii it Iatc motemctit (Jjfiothe Mexicin* : allow their army to takeI'C'ofl. ,f t the time ot *ubs nSiv. r i4)CR DOLLARS iiI when our enemies will think it as will to while we make this ezp'sirnentofragain seekingae.

1E: -has actually inx.nled! I'xican soil.V J I. '" thcrrtlVr! F-mr e.. lo* will bo furnishi-d l fir ** Mr. Webster, though deliberately reviewing the tiationte arc, as Mr Webster sats, to
fur thf firs, timr l-'JU the let alore pay eely
of us
I ask the att >ntion? Of our ret ITS to a stVfinent'j' | tncc J itx: DULLX'K I .'1terlua' me-nta. nstitfd at th nature and character of the war on our partsas tolhing half a million of d..ilarsper day for our small chance

J _j of facto. It will be seonl\ this evnrse a. tairest portion of Texa '. These vliigs wouK! u-uitl r-iU-t \ lib r-l I disiv-rit rial? totcailvadttrfmrs 1 The Fourth of July. about its afix.r irr/ifM or unet>nHahty. t>f success Commend u*, alter this, to whig irm.a .
maintain the n ''i's and honor of the country Much to the annotancp, we think, of the whig "or- trr.cr.t ''fa war '

1 ,. ; bus? is rather the >i:
J passion, than intelligence and rea'on. It nn war 1,0gb le thj soil that the gallant Tx Death vf the Hun tllunn J.1l.zq/-We halt on which men 104) t tri;. t the din of ptrty war- this pointor at leo.-t he sees ht to until all men right," it seem Are we, then, in the wrorg On

.. be shown hat the; fin Gr.inde hasalui> s very lust to jot, with tie ni >st JH lrr.a t re r-1, ef the tare and unite as one J i | le, that day is the 1-Vutli tion ol ii at a moment when such onumn i* plainly Mr. \\ebsterown showing, we ore in the ri'nt....
ans kept for tiii. tear* ties from: an una l-rV a substantial ronrci wn of the point, and must be *oarceti'ilrd I Mir u.iasion" he will not
t been the-bound-in of Texas-that our r' in- 4.alh 1 of tit lion UIILUM BFLLIMI: of Joth) 'rio'iCiuutv : of Jul) All clave l..aye.ect aul claim an interest sty" is"unjust '
I footsteps Prettt and! .itrit. On the Mr Webster "will What wedecentlv do
.taesrnaiihip ; contrary may can in the of( .
: try once claimed it, and bas clear a title as im this hut this we would fiin belfcxe. IK died test. rht iln2. of ititbraati in its untold benefit1 hv t>el;i ,hnessof the prlitioiai nfl tat" that our tniasion" of Mexico is unjost!" ( treat with Mexico1 For httet-n way jnrs prof.tenngt t < t

i ;. it held New Or'eir,-that tho Texas repub belongs: rather to a vt t ol .!itlcal "n ol tl:. lur.s, it !lu. rid.. i '( in Jtttr- ani-lies u .di r tie melting! .1 CJCIH e cf rft.'e- Gom-is'ill; firthrr cteit. he adds We hate been semin.c ministers lo her when ia the

: lie, ii i it : ((1)) fixed! this !. 5iuncty jx partizan ml I Di-tr rheIVi-.idtnt.by two me.sa f s-or* of the lth! concurriri judgmer.t ol cur ablest statesmen
organi7.il.an than the of the whi Mr I II.? rLir-It..t I l!II! 1 'h S.t.i i t t ntht li n* j'ltroleilby the (rslmli.s tf this dj) It Mnulfiil m the
patiiotic paitv.- of Mac and the other of the i'th tf June-srgrinVs exfcutite branch cf the
H: tl.a* it maintained! it and that its ti1'l llo goterrcneiit and
13 trth
Hi" d ith
\ < .n 'uls. mill* -1 t'ic NdV iI i a ilcepre-tminentli American. Nor
Ve ire ready to ilo H MJry Clat the justice j n- that t !le is rfidy to treat with! M xi r it rests Oil the s.irne f>ui lation as its tire t.> : I Li-s tol'i-'st.iN.anl l will bi noulur* iui'te sitmr.- i cation nf lie rf this) mw. ; and
Utfiteie lint In* would Knthe} such emeu roipl red lamleteiy e. peace : while it appears, at lea t a* far as we know rufrageclear cause of war Mr bhanno;:s 2."jj&i,.

independei.ee-that it expressly ,anted it m hitjscL II". declared! 1.1 1St.!:) the itlo of: lhcointrr '\ re.rretteJ UM:t ri: J .iVrs-n, where! hit urtiusA. 'eniars_ a* in the olden time, that a proclamation now. that Mic is not willing to treat retard s.on-Almonte's departure-I is ultimatum 11 LO

!+ : the sub-eq'U'iit treaty with .Sinta A' ia--tht to Texi oxtendi-d to tie IK-l) Nurle. re iiiiiM n and at.r.; i i.* i. "I trdoni may be made with the trumi>ct's r>ejl- to tin-. I tnu-t.**v. in Pit j.i1..nient. if thus be the annexation"- ur advance to the Mexican pnfern.ment .
I *\hen Texas was recognize 1 this !i.'tn ** tite .4 the ca* Mexico i is acting -ntir. ly an urrea- through Mr I lack-the Mexican rrise: tar
line was read in the American Senate and art i' and repeated it a* late as 1-11 ; nnd! were hen failure of Pie! Mail, vc. leg sound!, to glidden the hearts of the unfi rtunate. soiri
:% : power, woaM bo the first to mi'iitain it.- The Northern soil U'.Mitn Mill* l'4Hi fuiU-d this but etirv year are we sammoied to commt-raorj'e tli*> l't.it> >( '.i.i.< to this rf,1t i* action na i r>?>er his insulting relation, in faCT'tnf violation ot that

; when Mie ipuatcd! to become a part .f tie! Aol the people hate o-i'y! to learn the fact to the tJjv which wlnes'ed the birth of a nation's libifft. ite-th.tt, : to iv, as the war do exi't, and thrrieri. pr> rr,i *'--ill 'he-e thing taken in connection with
I Union, it was as an entIre nation. UndrIj. norninsVe r.*jr. t t.i.) a* tie hid; t oj'ol to learn We .\ ai I. ri in. 11 is r. adv to tr -at without r reilunc the 1.aeiticrdrs first serf tr General Talci.shw
Itrrojns of the aitI 1 when! th '* meet to protlaim "tieeiloui to the
4. ; these fact*, the President is as much h''iid! t.iM i >ime o/.i: on : the fits it the tarifl L.ll in th 1I iisr, the <*vbat t captnes s, trm. *, a, to 'lmw that her trrns w mid the stunt with which we hate dealt with Mexico,
uti Jerstan I the case, we believe theY will vi'itth and thcni that are afar crT"-torejoicethat the be una ceptablr. ar d .Mfn de times to trrat-.%hi and wlnc'isbe has dealt
an defend tl e this side .'"the having terminated on IN Jd m-.t Rat frt ra the ru in with us, and they tcnia
f occupy co'in'rj <' shameless! re' ien! of the 'ministrationw. f that hr- then I sio fit the cor due t <.f the United Stiff's is Striking conraentary on expediency of rrw
Rio Grande, as he i is to defend the ca, itil tf l inred defection <>f nitn >rtl.ert and western dernoorits ens.
1 : ..h their setcrc cun Texas itself. And if pueh In the >, we are frarlul the hill cf lvl I > will not br "
% ; ; cis< J IJ'it afer all, it i* ti '- bhall 1 lie iid O1 1 the shamefiilabuse that writ,: tn.itcri.il modified this .es4vn.. The U.iltimcieSun And KJIHN'othinK- ".''exico, when, (morn ail ap;.etrances. it is rerta n
f'.e N.* he b !der her claim >
f for'h" that th
liii. firm reliance
ucrg. is > i> ) e tr the Cod of hit- '
; ; partizans hare heaped bmcndhiscabi-; has (tb iCt .. iron) IVhit i.l< n e4 latea-7 p. la CO tic upon can r-\ci3,1 have al-tajs thought, the tht sh will refuse to receite him, arid tbt h.s
:; met for doing! it ? ; upon : irhJc ol" Texas. fcLe woj.d! scoin and Jj The bill was Ukintat of committee at hal"- tles' was not in vain, that the weak were nude iiSfi'uci a"d s.n-eessness! f f Mexico, fcr so many mission .lfwiH be used to buoy up and icflaie

n>iKJiate the halt wa\ claim .f her American ir n m His streuirh-to rijoice that cur beluted tears in ret'i-ing tr. ackiwlet' the independence the delusive hopes and the excited pas-ion of tie
I And 1rst, what was Texas. l both when 1 it past ;, and a vote wa< had soon after upon striltiigut ofTexa. .\ eorrifspondence bttvteen fbi Gov< !
alfies. This i is the 1:inking.* of all her locumen land is till watched over by Him- that we hate war
was a part ol Spain anl I a part of Mex e >- < the proposed tax upon salt tea ond cotTte, ti1] amet! Mt x.i > tek 1larp a t a time when I had It i* indeed altogether manifest that if peace be
; this tli utiili wife that sho
*- is >ni has Into s.i\td
,. .. when elaimej by the United Slates, and! n ''j.-ti oirritd hi ate* I'll, nas ..<). Tie final tote coud from war, pestilence and famine-that something to do w ifi the administration, so that mt the object which Mr Webster proposes to hiirstlfin

: the latter, after the Tjnridd treaty attempUJlo u'erd to this goteniieit. bhe alH'cts! tore. o Liken until the n.!, u.ng to the multiplicity of our people are united, peaceful and haj.pt ami cur attention was ;partn-ubrlt directed l to the cour-e of rendering his xtraetdmarv advice to the 5'ici1Ci.

:ard tln wle.le: of Tens :is a rebellious provmi land regarded abroad <>s the borne ut the oppressed, eoij"t! pursued by Mexico, which! s'ruck me as mesemablingthiugh tration, his course i* exactlv ttted ladtftat h:sownMirrxjse
I L'iy it ol Mexico ? This can be r-ea in and ..na..hnent.. It* tate was co' .idert-d tit rend* it h .ete.. the lit such sreechesas hi
4 her case fliijit: tl.i countrt is, that the asvluns of down-froddin tutue No wond was ni n ore stn s- made in tith
i ofiieHI docu'iients. d ablful r endue? of Old Spain in attrnJ.til.lr ir rranv y ars places, the Mexican Gote-rnment will be embolden-
it Las tak" thi- !
a proiMce un er it protectit.n.I .
; '1'ii're j.e'.idence i in abundance to owihlt There ws a rumor in Washington that an *(trrmjir that the patrie>ti l o om thrill with deeper emotion to te.er.1t1.| r the people nt the Low Countries after cit yet longer to refuse both justice and peace Ia

.t ; ti.e cla'ri! of the UnUed States upt i I '* ::::: .srcovsion of UieJ.Voi tliniii 'tiiHM? uMin the tari'I was on foot betwenMtsr M hi* ear* catch the burden cf the wis? sung by tl.ti" d der-hrrd their ind.perud-r.ce. licking over the course of our Mexican rclatioLs.
... ** millions f\ ( Mexico must be taught that it is nects;jrv for and oWrtin.: the manifold reasors drawn frt ra our
Ir\icm happy rtemcn-
extended to the Ilin Grandi*. Tliiscla i >tat < .
I tn wa j jtlerhed CaPioun, r.ust.n au.d'W.s'cr, and that tie her to trent f.m [ eaee under eorsisliritins which belong I own position, arid fr. m that ol Mexico, why we
t :. from Trance in the Louisiana rt' s"n || The PhilaU-lphia X >rt\! .\m rirai pnbli h. litter hadeoiK* north to .nult with hi* frwuJj Finn united Ut us be, to treprtstr.t state ot thirdsV"e have jist j sh'.bld iof again subjeet ourselves to profitless ia>

: of 1503: and John Q. Adams, in a rn"erlt <. 1 the f.'llo'.rliij! as c.iminj t tn oat u source inVa Tie nfmifutmiMof Gtu. Z. i..l.r, O>1. Wm '. A JMKtn-i* a baud rourid ot brother our Iibeit joined* claim against h<>r-.claims acknowledged !by herselfin dignity, by tendeimg to her another negotiation, to

r j i manner, vindicated it. He showed tha; the ; hinon. entitled cr d.t. flutter of KtnturktHen. Lath ror. rf Fhiladelplit Peace and plenty shilL we find." the mist solemn form of treaty stipulations *>htviisht be scornfully rejected-in this review cf our present
to nakf jirorwoni for the paynunl nf t\o\ e circumstances the character of the which
party new
\ Trench made the oldest ttlement ff the ( ea. Taylor has conquered peace in aj Mij, r.CrnraIs, and John A. Quttman of A'ISM- These words fall upon his I heart as *o rruni voices c/awit-i:; siiuur, sue MUSI BE BROUGHT'TO ho'ds p wer in Mexico h
Ii S country-when, more than thitty }ears bt*. "arnest. The States wes' of the Rio Gran.f i,>;u,Gideon J. Pillow ol Tfiiiu-m-e, Thomas Ma- (rum the tverld of s| ints-a&J well indeed iaat it JUsTH II" I the p rtcf war It got power through a meraceof

: fore the Spaniards crossed the Iel N".>rie. i : f or some ct them, are disposed to nnkerou shall of Kfi< itk* JOM ph Lane of ludianna, J m- be said that" if there .*ant one day in the year more \\'e i-rav the earnest attention of r'ir friends, the war, and it holds power through theiofinerceof the

:: they established tjem elies in the bay -l"San n4n rau e with the Xtnericans. and tinder whig d.t.rs, to thtM lat f fit \tords U'e have ,,it j iriit while the war continues. To gain time-toarr.'if
SiiiLs! ut Il1.isei', a'.d 1 hi tii4* L. Him- cf Ohi>, than aiioiher, on which men may torget the dm tt
>itjls that catch the .
in C> they \tith the of
c..j may ete us subterfuges diplomacy
i Uefmrd. Tli-s; was Texa -calJed! to .n: the tLrtir jrnrantoe: torin them 'uinto a new a* i.ii. .idurs General, haio hun ri.nflnntd hr tie} party tvarlare and unite as one recple that day is more easily. We hate had occasion to Use just the j keep up a Ceaseless tirade of bravado .to delude the

i ::* : documents of that) dai. \\ ithout quoting from and di-4 net republic, an the .Vn \mcncan, Stu.te. It was rutaorrd that Mr. l-'uchirun had 'ai.en the Fourth r { Jult." In our own beloved Slate we ame |Itirase scttrai tunes in just the *arne connec-! Mexican people with hopes of victory-to exhanstete

,; f. the letters of Jeller& n, Madison and M .tiro". basis of free lu'f'! ration in rili inn, s-jpremac It .re of the S'ate Do} arlxcnt, ar.d would be are gratified that tt was cehbrated with mire than tion. and upon the sane <"iHect and when used by rv un-crupultius manoeuvre to raise means-towdtch

.: one extract 1 from tint -f John Q. Adam*. iefj' of the civil lat, unhcrs.il education, and tho nominated to the bench oj" the Sipretue Court. Qsual ,opirit. From all directions, acccounts vf festmtie us the.. r hras and* alwais seemed to those journals wholly the dechnirg moral force of our army as it

J March lJth, 151S, will: 'itica. It r-ads i tic un: *, processions, military displays, patriotic addresses itrbi.. -do.n. on the part of our coiernment'c forth premises without stint,and to break them with

f A propo>itio" his b"cnmilc at \Valaing. Contention, .c. ic, reach us We should be plea-ed to tru t that the sjme wcrd on Mr "kXYIx'er's lips will out scruple-and finally, to patch up a hollow truce,

I : l4 Well might M&crE. Piackney and Mnn- I ton in brhall!( of a numVr of the! leading 1:1-: Considerate, tuiL'-ieut to satisfy our mind have gite more detailed accounts cf them. than our columns appear t" oiir whig friends quite explitit and altogether instead of establishing a permanent peace, and this

I roe wiite to '. Oevallo* in 1* 00 tint the I habitants of the States of Tatmulipas, ChiIrjih induced u< to advocate the holding rf the Conven- roper ant I satisfactory. But lest t his may I to the refusal of all substantial justice towards us-

i .. .. claim cf the Uui "d Sla'es to the boundtrr of &n\Y.icit: \ < cas ntreating a c s itiOii ti .n which i* about to meet it the Mineral Spring of to-day present, but our limit h rb>d it. We nit be si, we subjoin on- passage m Mr. Webster such would undcbutcdly be the course of Pared63 and
can: therefore, otily sp.a tl what we witnessed cwnitord*. Iiuth beCaUse tht nut be u etul i* a hi> party Left re our mniiier, if we sent one, and
ri1P; the Ilia IJraio was as clear as their r'ght to j of hostilities on our part. 0:1 the groim 1 that Ve did not know but that the difh rewe t/f opinion, ..itzrselves.l'.irvu.arit. etntnctiary <>n the preceding extract, and as they 'ith the resu't of this whig scheme for keeping

i : the island of New Orleans."' I beinr .] nll>- azsrietetl \lv the Supreme (iov.ernm :is to tie! chi/u'f cf our candidate, rnujht rperjfe to t<> the corntsittee arrancements which err.ss the nt hi.; vi, w as to the proper course to be oiirselit!) in the right" and bringing cur war, with

; And 'h-t' the Ilio Grande-was nrknavi'edged I #nt of Mexico, we ould!: be the friends ondatijfer the sucnss of our part an', to remote purSued. l at prt t-nt hv our covt-n.taent : du dint to it. cltseHa .

i' ; to be Texas In the pro 'lititit f aol! allies rather than the d-vaMitors of the say possible dilLculti from urh? a came,we thonglt we publbed lat w.ek, a iare iium'x cJ citizen The m-.tspai.er-t ;>< ds.ct iriedjation I dcubt |'pay tom our country, the men who now guide
met -t the C ifel, to join in the prw:e.- ion ti the ith t ther there H nmch truth in that it, boss r, its military operations are not thus advised. Mr
t4 politicians of the who now dt north) of lio Tropic.: All the educa- it important tosecureoor Mtion bt the action of
party 'loiinre J country p a t'r.aterian tI.ireh. Captain SHINE, wa there ny ()fftr rfnidutim be r.i-ue! bt the best friend Webster insists that the country demands to know,

r : this claim. In 1-2GJoci! (J. Adam through, t'd classes, (including! tinny of the priests,) Contenticr. We could Ste nriluK! ? imj r"| rr in it, t ilh hitDew-rdise-dcomp iht of Riflemen, who raj.rlt Mexico h? it niUst core down to this at last, that without further delay, the precise objects and purposes -

F I ,. Ls secretary "f kta'e, Mr. CItv, inslricls ,uij&inl&ter I ar< in fnor of c< ming! under the govi'rnmr pe ce. For oze,1 icould vote ot the administration in carrying on the war.
a ,4'A Diiiitart appearance, not'.vitl standing the t.1 r rtMiA /i uf hr.stiltttt* lo the viol that this have
Professing to ctLei kocwdge
Mexico of n'gotwlun upon point no -
the United
near to obtain a c ww olTeis States as a proiisiniul terntt.rj. j trice of rorrujitioo could be drawn We saw in
iittle litre they hate had for drilling Captain EtZEr mitt take ) lace : and if I ir rre to a ? .avnz. 'the ooindiry we pr :.;i i* I} It is furthermore said thit the mass of the it hut a l.-K'jtH to Mtahlish -tond a doubt the as. the experienced tactician, always ready to aid fay, matr h'i an fjjer rf a f n iiial tml/a. sy. which have been laid before the country, we

; tl-it wt. cK be i:ming a.t the mouth ot the Kio j jcl t people are sick of bl.tished and misrule tin- C'-udi-icy of the pnntij In nf our party, tthich ttedtei.i It >ud! b' I f2r keeping ourselies entirety in tfens.lif mat undertake to sum op thee purposes in three
m giving interest to
(! ? Xoi1ef in the R'a, blnll ascend that riii-r j tier tl.e Mexican g.m rutiitnt. aol earnestly of sj.TJcieti imiKirtarre and vitality to ju,tifrtrrtat a 1i.bc fe&tital.wa* in the ru- We can afi rd to do so : tve can lose ncth- words-Rtparatton-Justice-Ptate.

4. '. to the Rio PI.PBIO." The same 'tiew was fikenof solicit! the proifctmg arm of the United tate't. ;precaution, aj scott energy mtriing to win eeionwnh a delaehment r coloir puard. They were joined by a ctKipany of 'M raiisv alt! the world knows the conttst is icry un- Mexico must relinquish her absurd territorial
the administration The N. V. Sun has still pretensions
it of Gcncrai
in Jai-k- more certain in. a victor* f tir
lf ate will thi-
I'jal. I
consent to *, her
thegalUr.t toun hots of our ton, calling thetnseiies cay meet -rau-t rrovide fcr the full payment cf the
; Ron atxl Mr. \ an I'uren ; our rnin ter was formation to the simc tfiect. Thnt paper Rut this mttcr is vienttlttUitedifTcreUlt hy oireof the Union in ne ofia'ion, nnd in thrmran time SL'Sl'K.YJ) indemnity which she owes to our citizens-must

instructed to buy lhat portion of Texas hing sa ? : our cottcipbrarie*. flit Pcnsacola Gazette and Cadets Handsomely unitrrined MIUT.IRY OiKH.1TIO.\'S. But if she will renter us full justice in every respect-and, finally
of and well drilled, they called forth raaiy emornium* not d-i this if she persist fiM>lillt and senselessly! mu>t establish with conditions and
i'n the Xe-iees. V is us
:; : \\cst Mexico makes no protet new star! shining out amid the rugged the Sentinel, (net to speak{ cf the Ccranurcial V- peace upon
** : trom the in ram in.; on the war it so prtttt war to which shall
Utors the enarantfes
*p spirit which animated pea e, secure its permanence This
that fucli wflOt a )part of the province c"uds! of war. ( J.r Jilnculliis wi'h Mexico t rt-s. r.for frr 'ifs lecture abut the of then of the hnte .
{ I rights M- them r.nirr mnt irar, 1'IG OliUI .v nm h of the purposes of the administration we
,... '" of 'exa'. This boundary had become In r are taking an aspect as full of promise to our t iQOV, t-c,) tunic out intrjii terms aair-t sn ht i ipt-us to matunti they tvi.i i sliest t r emenes II .Hi, mitt'h' Cre cvinpelltd to aliiit a different iron the character of its recent action, and from gain all
ttnrthr descendants( those tthose deeds .,. ...
i. .r / >
settled they ??
lim''s. ol bon
F. neighbor* as rto us. lti is now known ( (: .,tivi itn 1Ii.v ,v it i a htimbur. a its public declarations I'.esond this point we do not
4. Rut were helping to ( nmmt-imric. The Artillery Com Here wt hate the whole whig 'affirm cf opin.on u tf"id to d. Ncr do believe that the
4 not only v.as the Hio ( rand' thus regard j V Vas'iington tint the states adj min'4: Texas t 'oe't fr ud, < cairus to desi.e .oni plan to proce. we country
l as the ancient of Texas but are to assort their of PAHV nnd. r Cipuii DE C'oncc. d< ne ome ar'cmaok i the i.ift..r-riiy Pi rvtIiesh.lesshig programme will aA .f th.3 3 "! boundary f repiri'jg independence d'i1.e' tie: ( tujk-, and t.aji* (,:her such thing*, inlicatin in jug that oft,;' rs'mis.; ; In the whig tiew our inta ion of in the mid-t of a war, to av anvthmg cored its
> lie latter, in l.cr organic law sssu.ne.l: it a' her3r the Supreme Government of Mexico and prr- their ideact its ccfurt' u i.t-s5. TLei tane on d-jj, laity siistai'ein4 the high rtp- Mx.i is hit unjust S'ne has scttd a et.st le-s ai.tl plans of pacincation We wage a war against th*

boundart, and by the satue ri !htthat the I Uoi- hajs at this in.'xii-nt den. Tailor is ne?'.tii. n > good which cn comt out of it. Whatever Till uta'i'n toe s'rit and di-ci1.line they hate lonir unreonabe! part We bate acted a { roper part.- war party in Mexico, to secure a just peace No

ic:: ted States as umrtd the borders of Maine, ting wi'h! their representatives the term-. ..f a be dine will be the work of few toli- so two liurn aa admiring eutamunit'.. The prossi.n Mexico L.'iat repair her wronc-d 'ing towards usSf .- other thin P ju-t peace can be concluded This cotior -

f : a better illustration still!, the bordi r of the pirate: peace. They have Bigmi>d to this a wire-pulling c was torcied under the direction cf S. S. ,n'f&e 1oepittojuvtov. And to this end she will sanction to ttler. When Mexico shall
tirian', aimirg to orrany.' things for. their own >r riaist hate, if neI'ss.ity, sear, rfrw trtr, till the proffer nt terra f she will be heard When
., .. Here the their MELET, Marsha! of this day, aided b\ ( Pan peace
Mississippi. is bo-indan defined willingness to decl. for apt %
government .
ire a i/ft Cut. tie-intirne
fit, wiihout r< 4rd to the interests <.t thecouuri go we mu-t accredit another she shall proffer suitable teru- they will be accert-
.. : ; in 13G, when she truck for luliutial >eii.tlence pro* Monal aimitiKtritiou! of their atfi.rs as aii-.t!, they add, the people, who hare nothing to do t%h.,sc active zeal was duhs eorntnerted. aid marched minister to her, and de-patch a formal emba-sk" ed Till this be done our army will march -teadily

iI :- a tt rriiory of the Union ; reserving, however i in xc. llent ord r to the church There, after some forthwith .d this though "so far as we new and vigrrouslt on-it will ascend the table lauds of
f **. I with all tliii matter, arc to be shamefully itr.po-ed pintetl the Kev Mr. knv," Mexico i* not willing to treat with us ; and Mexico-it will march (rem to
Beginning at the mouth of the .SaLinejiicr the right to decline! perm meat ann"3iti' music, Kriu. livtretl an province province,
upon bi tt. To Mistaiu this l I4ttr pillion Kiev t ft r the sjk<- ol send.ng another minister 1/4 thu sPate and fp m stronghold to stronghold until
:ti ; and running vet along the gulf of j j if such should at a specified tim* be the dicis- I point to th thinncusoi o ir meetings tvhicb) nkttcd apjmprute prater, ithich was followed tt soraoexeellent "f ('jn'.s, tce mit-'t fii'pfnd all nutitary eptra- ball Dictate tf Parete, nr to any successor, finally if peed it

4t Mexico, three leagues from land, to the mouth i irf inn of the inhabitants.! Meanwhile the new deeg..tri. to the < (,nveistl.Ii. Now know ar.d irtercsting rorn rks frofri Gen. IPOV! > >, lions "' he, i ctmpuNori; peace on proper teims, within the

... the Kio Grande ; then up the principal .* Kej.'sM.c of the K'nGr.itid will po'itiveljri'rt we eriA whothfi real the Dechtratinn ol Independence %tic ask, in .sheer a-trinihiment. is this the deliberate walls of his capitol
ell it would base been tIie
s-'i if
of paid asMit t'je! Mexicans fart'ry The Oration dehistrcd bi R 15. lang'iage ol Danieleb.ter in his j.lace in tl e
;Ii klrcam river to its source : thence f'u! to in making war sass SMITH J-M: '
fliceiti4! -, hod I>e>.n Lrgtrhut we M e no reasons fo Senate Accu-ti roil as we are, and a* the c< untiyis Boundary of the Rio Grande
*t I : liotth to the Pirtj-fctcond degree of north jatilude i on tu! I iiitcd a'atean I our armies will of editor fjf the Siwthrrn Journal .Although. the time to look xt ith huh and habitual tl *

I} : : ; thence alin the \\nmitdnry line. a tleJir I ro'triP fzn:1:1 no enemies) in tint field. gT&ii5 imputation upon those who did attend, because given hm for prf paration was i pry hurt.he sustained eminent abi, itvwith which tins ex reelect trienctd uj; on aid e We invite attention to an article in another column

/liie l in ihe trc.itv between the ITnile I Satc: < There u no doubt! whateier (and a few other did not chorc to attend also. P ullno- the iritrejt of the occaiion. his oration was spirit- di-fineui d senator exroun !s and forces his from the Boston Pest, on this subject Our

1 '-:. and Snain. to the bc fiiinin : aid: that tin weeks will convince the rno>t skeptical) that tice w
"; : '- IVemdent be, and i ii hereby anlhori7-d and i all of the R'.atcs of Mexico north uf i"j deg. Would: not the people hate cciac cut in a ma*, i if iiiEt)( f Its'ims ts'Ctdl! cur n wonder a few at c thi*nhensne astounding words proposition almost tates wa denounced by the whig press, almost
up a'l
I : required M open a negotiation s ith the niern- 1 will f itm tLernsel'.vs into an independent and they had feared any tatnru ring with their prnilcjicsN I Affcra hrtedirtion from tie Rt-v. Dr. NA'll, the the mist rnanif-'.t error fnj on this subject! which wt wiiiuut any excepticr, as hating brought the war

i bent of the United Stat of America, F I fnenlly republic. .: un Jer the protection( eif our it riot eritence flat thehad) conCduiCe 1:1 thee pr"cessinn returned to the Capitol, and was there have seen for sometic.e floating about in the columr & with Mexico upon us by what they were pleased to

fktr (don as, in his <>;pinion, the public iiitezct l (fl.tg. Thtt section of the Mexican confedc- wlo J.d mttt together' Until these newspaper d amedt the Uarbectie grounds itt a beautiful of the whig press term the bi'nglirg policy cf ordering Gen. Taylor

I croakers show that the people atUr ewtre ijno Su-jfiul our nulitarv operations now and send a the Rio Grande. They will remember also that four
1'. it to ascertain and deiine! Ins been and
4 require tin* !MIun. racy tranipellcJ upon tjranniz- gross tc t of the City Hotel, ourcitiAens afterwards turuul
... rant .f ilue ineitm i, aid then fore could not )hai. emba.-.Ni to Mexico, while, so for as appears, teen whig members of the House of Representatives
line j ed Mexico e
the until
dary as agreed ujton in said tri ?u. over bv any change niitt t beest'ened met, to do the proper honors to a donor prepared he refuse all negotiation Wh1f\ <.i k at the proposition
.: *lhis the for the bet'er. atttn.hdta use their influence, or were kept away vtted against the bill authorising the President to
t To
was ''rritory i'exasfuglst fir an.! enter into the unite the rintendrnce of Major L\TIIM and m a military point of viewe has e no pro-

i1 : gallantly) defended. It is a fart, alvi? that) enjojtnent of our staple; life and property res. purpoa4-lv, they mint cease the crj corruption and W. 7\i/KFs |. It 11 I unnecessary to how all fe si< nal knowledge of the subject, and we suppose accept the services of $'Oft) voluctee's, avowedly

'r L : when the motion was made in the American pertm Iiws would at the instant triple! the frauJ azairi"t tho-e i\horobipted such raeetjn s.Wlit acquitted themselves at that crisis. say abroad tint Mr Web-ter pretend to none. But there ares upon the ground that the territory lying between

.i.t: ;: Senate to rccnguie the indep *ndrfiiceof'IVt- talueol! all the real estate in the blioiil.l the tart that the county mctLrgs People >me points in the cx-e clear to every man' common the rivers Nueccs and Rio Grande belonged to Mexico
territory, say that we are sickly here, but our appetites deny stnse Hert wehaie an army often ortwelte thousand
I" : a*. Jienator Walker read this deFrript.on in and give a hitherto unexampled jiro'penty to w< re rot conpoeed; of all the people, be t/.en up o it. 'lie table vra* trraccil bj the presence of several -*oon to heerne under orders issued, probably and that the President had overleaped his jjreroga'ive -

. ,tj his speech advocating it. This line Teas all clash's of the citizens. It will lie a new read.li ai a circumstance to !'iow the tntnintjr our ladu-s All, nun and ladies, did thtirduti.Thediy twenty or thirty thousand eolunlreis in the tu Id.- in ordering an American General to occupy

: never abandoned, and Mexico neu: fin1*] and altogdlit i republican way making war, ( frauds and dt-jjracetul ii.tentiti.I Can these parsed e fF without disturbance They are new to the < amp Their camp i> in a n- auy poa&tionticst of the Xueces Indeed, thev went

hold men see no }lione here ; U distrust all any or ac- gion atnic seasons unhealthy, and the unhealthy so far a* tt lenouncethe war as 'unholy and datLE-
any territory east of it. I lien; th !j h it to invade a land with wealth, security ampemnnent ty a0ys they cidtnt. bea-ont is cimingtn. Inaction will be the bane of

ij ; t were not an ancient limit of Texas, i.e* i i. bi hajipmess, instead of blood and nan kind Why, it has come to sui h a r. that if these vnltmnte&r'( Their enthusiasm will flag, or mat lug." Severance, of Maine, said the Mexicens were

I : the principles of public law, as much cntitllo !,-<| c'iii1u'iiii and] ruin.Vt sueh is to le the his (two democrats are t>< tn l.dking touc-thcr in the The TarJfl. break c'.t in breaches of discipline Any considerable to be hoi-cred" for what they had done and thu,

; it as she is (o her nationality. And th.s! tory of our erasing the Rio Grande, a* we streets. they are at tirue HI t ilox\n a.* COIK:ot tors ivil > Recent news from Washington-iit this lil.iy will tend to demoralize such an army etc too, after the murders of Col. Cross and L eut. Porter
it edisease which
they their
I line the kept in 'iie\v through the whole con. are credibly infinifd.PA < We have nri patience with hidi dtfanitr*.- iThursdai. morning in they in wtre known. But our readers will see tbi evidence
) from the Charleston n.mi: rs ioi t. tcfct. As an instance take tno treaties con- They so'ihl d. stroy the itry f rune-work of society whether the tariff bill come upon; them, will surely break them up.- upon which President POLK acted in ordering
will The democratic
: eluded with Santa Anna, by means of which in A% Gtss.-It is not perhaps generally -they would rend aaiind the bond s t.kh unites pass. Before thim and within reach, lies the high and Gen Taylor to the banks of the Rio Grande, and

4 ;c-m ho preserved his liberty and saved his I known that thin description of artillery, one nun tJ hn ftllow-they would hate us behf e that representatives from Ohio have declared, healthy table land of Mexico Let them gain tficJ they will no doubt agree with us that Le would have
; army. which bears tho nime of a Trench General they will not support it. Mr. 15rinkerhofTone and they are sate. Ar.d now this advice is, with err
. The Public treaty reads thus : that all men are felons who will not bawl aloud so been justly censurable had he instructed Taylor otherwise -
is in fact the invention of an American ofJi.ccr (>f the number, ma/le a speech, m which the reasons army in such a state, to enter upon the interiaindbledtlai
\,1; "Article 3. The Mexican troops will \a- as to be heard by ctery body. No, we have no pa- for t heir and shifts of a Mexican negotiation-nat.tokend His enemies hate been put to shame for
** Col. I'omfoiJ. In course were gn en, and spoke as
onto LieutenanHalleck'ti by authority
- j cato the territory of Texas passing to t'le'? other a to tienre with huch difamcr We have no such consciousness for the whole of d minister ta seek such a cause nf delay, while their factious wppmlion, and will IM held tot a'rict
: ; eWe of the Rio Grande del Xorte." work on Military Art and Science, of ever-present baseness as to lead us continually The substance of his speechis Mexico refu-M negotiation, and meantime our troo( sin accountability at the bar of their constituency.There .-
Just published. by Appleton tt Co., [ J90) that Mr. Polk has not given Ohio her share of an unhealthy region fall a \Irey to inaction-itseil
t The Secret reads thus page to enl from is indeed but voice
heard the
j ; treaty : suspect our neighbor and we the of one throughout
eIther epidemic But
the rape is thus stated : but distributed them too partially among camps it is needles to er-
!t'jf/ "Article 4. A. treaty of commerce, atuitvj These pieces [ Paixhan cannot comprehend why others should be always Southerner that the South acted badly on the Ore- !Iarre upon this point Suspension ol operetion on length and breadth of this land, and that i* of uttrt

and limits will be established between Mexi- guns or Coluuuuhiadsl lurrasbtd with such. MiapKions. our part to seek a negotiation means the ruin or the condemnation of all opposition m prosecuting the
were first invented Colonel Komtord ion: ijuestion. refusing to back the We .
by in
P. i: co and Texas. The territory of the latter ol We are not, how et c r, at any loss to see he red.* n standing comp'ilsory retreat f our army. And then treat of war and hearty approbation of the measures thus
the U. S. army and used in the war of 181 v!. nit for the sshiott. of that country, ana .ut the pro- our army at this juncture i* beyond all pestion the
not to extend beyond the Rio Draio del (.fttIc op1i..ition| I of whiar.d their organs to our far a lop ted by the administration.
The! dimension ) sed Hire defeat of all negotiation. The result of such
of these gun* were find taken [ duty ru tea and cotlee, to rai>e revenue to
J.M Xorte. Convention Tiny f tar its influence. They canse .t ste is certain, unless all Mexican
p past history,
lo I'urope by l a Trench oibcer and! thus ui'it t the increased of the Government
: V In addition tothi*, Mr. Kenedy.an Knglish. jotitig that its action will render ctrtaiu tl success of the expenses} causdbv all recent indications utttrlv belie the Mexican char fa-: We ask attention to the interesting letter cf

A : man, in 1841$ compiled a map oi this conitiry.F fell into the hands of G'eneral Patxhan, who democratic partv They would therefore. raie a ( thewar, is in nolatiunof eirrt atowed nrinci. acter, and especially the Mexican diplomacy In a the nev. T. C. BE.NMNG, in another column, agent
unniedtatelv introduced them it.to the Trench [>leof the democratic party For these reasons and military point of view alone, then, there end
is an of the American
:- and in it the Del iSoite it laid down tl..- wholf prejudee against it, and in that way weaken its of the Colonization Society for Georgia
: eriice. The)' were by this inat..* first made by way of retaliation upon the South they refuse to 'piestion. and Florida.
length the of 'I'exas.j l cfltclj. Hut d. The objects of the fully
as boundary good they net see that their course Look, now, at Mr Webster' proposition in zjinancml Society are
known to (the teat of and received the vote for the -
Turope proposed of the
change law
j 0J When this is considered, is it not proN| >ttcr- implies a very heavy charge uj>on the piople thimsclves point of view. Mr Webster stated some set forth! in his Utter, and in the remarks from the

.; &!: i ous for Mexico to ask Texas to if Imqitiidi nanin of the person who introduced them into -yra, not only implies, but avows it' They This ttafeof thing* is greatly to be regretted. One tinn- since, ant in tins very speech he substantially >annah Republican which precede it.
the I'uropcan semco rather than the name of of the reforms to wh ir h e.ur party is pie d dand which repeats the statement, that we are now pat ing about
:4 hundreds of miles of
; | territory bctvu'i the tell the that
people *
tiny are dupe; thry are such
: he original inientor. All tliob facts are so he country loudly demands, is that <>f the tariff* law half million ofdollart a i/ai/ in the way of army fXJ-: The Schooner Tallahassee, Swains master arrived
Xeuccs and the Del XTorte Is
i ? there
any [iK ls as to ht a few most corrupt villains control expense;. This statement as we have befoie
; ('nlly' fciiscrptible! of proof that the Europeans 3 any
, : in it than there in we beliete tolm
more reason was rcr'a.n their inteand have not the sense to see through a a gro-.s error But accurate or inaccurate
1 .' low arknoii ledge lhern, clves indebted to us fling considerations neglect the know ishes of the New Orleans.
w it of
; ;: European powers enJcaioring, in 17S}, to barefaced plot. And is this really the estimate thfseIIH is a part Mr Webster's case ; and in
fur the invention ; e\en General Paixhan eoph', and no wish of theirs view ol it, he his advice
gives is more clearly e\- gives now to suspend mili
I hem the Tiii'ed State .
; :t.: in to territory b.Mue n n put the intelligence ci i the people > Haie
. (II]) all c aim to originality in his gun, and limit upon pressed thin that which looks to the alteration of tary operation*, and to enter upon th<* delay of proff'ennga Correspondence of the Ploridian
the and the Atlantic
: Alleghames Tn.1: aniwerof they no confidence in the people either Where do
hmiseif to certain improvements which he he present tariff A, to the duty on tea and coffee negotiation on his own showing, at WASHINGTON CITY, July, let, 1345.
; 4:1, our plenipotentiaries to IVanr and they find any body to confide in 1 Would you wish this juncture is almost certain to be fruitless. Fending Since taken
mtroiiiced. The which a serious has
original invented
which my change
to all
democrats very
!'. are the
'i Great Britain is answer enough for Trias to opposed in ordinary times, suspension of hostil.he*, we must.of course,
Colonel liomford and whose dirnen.sions to know, reader Why lenly, they would have place with administration natty m the House on
t by it is only intended as a keep our armY in the field and keen
: It temporary measure. Some so un our arms
Mexico. the
jj. wasbultantiallyThe ancient carried General you believe themselves only. They have no faith while subject of the Tariff it u now very probabU
L limits of the old thirteen States who were to Paixhan in increased tax is necessary to carry on the war, and expenses awaiting the results of our proffered that the present law will not be repea'ed. The
ij engaged faith
in Contentions and the because
no in people, negotiation This Mr
Trance, is now lying at the ordnance depotin though admitted to be burthen himself contemp- members from Pennsylvania New York Ohioic.,
of a a duty of this kind ,
;; ST. in the war independence must IHJ preserved. New York harbor.'l'ALLErJIAMA. hey, poor timid creature, do what the Convention was thought to be the most plates' because he says we must bate "vigoroustear' will go en masse against the proposed bill and with

i'I So in relationtothecouutryl.etweentho Xeucei aduscs. They say,don't trust either of these. Who certain plan of increasing m ease our negotiation fails ; and so far a.* the whigs, will defeat any proposed change; such a

and the Ilio Grande. It was a part of the revenue, while at the same time it would be we now know," as he himself sass, there is small defection was to a certain extent and
: [ sketch of the character t hen Us, surely That's modesty. We commend hope that it will fail "then apprehended
Texas that fought and conquered and that Las less burthcnsome than any other tax We hope that Here, on this advice the action of the Government on the Oregon question
r } of thU remarkable man contains the following: it t to special notice. we are lo stop all our operations demoralize I
. something will be done which will has very much rmbitten d the ultra Oregon men
: ;, since been represented in her councils. Xoth- Vet, Mrange and heart-redeeming circuni. These editors are hard to satisfy. One of them change the pres- our army, thrust upon Mexico a negotiator, whom thing; I may say to that the Revenue law

j!$. ing can be cJcarer than that her title to this stance this man, who was a traitor, who Abe Sentinel) has f-mnd help from "A Moderate emit aspect of things, The tantl bill ought to be she will probably send back to us. as she has just will not be repealed you during this session.present The present

territory w identified with her title to independence. never hesitated to immolate, with one stroke Whig." who has a good tale to tell. He has discovered passed We anxiously await the result of this new sent to back others of; and successful with nopre"remit| nt appearances state of our finances has also had something to do

Tt It h every whit as good, and comet of his pen, millions human beings, who was a beacon-light (or the whigs. The democrats development, trusting it will not defeat the heretofore give, we us are hope to pay a half million dollars of our negotiation a day- soured with this the change. You can hardly conceive how

what will. it must go where this' title goes, and concerned in all the famous iniquities of his of Gadsden, says he, arc split lip, divided-theywon't high hopes of the democratic party. while we make the experiment And all this, be are particularly fifty-four bitter forty against men hare the become Southern and Demo they

1. with lit stand or fill. Nothing can be clearer lime, who made of politics a science, was, in work harmoniously. Well, we democrats are Gen HOIITON, had a meagre audience for his recent statement it remembered of it. is the case of Mr. Webster own crats. Notwithstanding this I am satisfied the

! that the country that consents to receive the his private relations, of extreme kindness. cry unfortunate beings. We are abused because we address before the Home Missionary Society country is very grateful to the South for her influence
defend situated. m But again. Look at Mr.V'5 advice in a dip la- in the adjustment of this of or
r must question peac
't nation territory so The people of his household were devoted to yield implicitly to the drill system," afraid lo "hiUilelphu. his speech, however, is highly re- maSk point of view. What one solitary leaden have

t .' Now what hare tho administration dono him. To part with a domcAlu wait for him 00krcn break ranks lest we incur political danfhation. ommended-particularly for the vein of piety and we cress to hope that Mexico will now receive any war.The Senate has confirmed the nomination of Gen-

; ; i more than its clear and bounded duty Texai. a dislrtM that hr could not rrsolio lo do fhien, if perchance fire ol u* doou't like what ano- the earnest appeal in favor of temperance which minister that we may send? On Afr.Webster's own Taylor to be Major General. General Gaine* a 1

. into the Liiiozt. Her bounrj Ilf (o d he had'riejjd' ,. showing, there if not the slightest Two defeats in this city ; no Court Martial yet though I und *'
tq 11 incorporated : hei fp ird mike bold ,ai so we ire p'Jt ran S I trough it !'iave left the Mexican bravado loud and senseless" stand the Gcneial has demanded one. Public feel




of ro r -i>ie. General l Scott )is when the cliques and electioneering demagogues,w ho the stand and heard that immortal chart the Declaration .in Inti-frol.-Our Army wss raarchii.e into Mat I otIcc.lX I [ADVritTlSOIENT.]

.'"ltbrf tl'l'blOC duit'fo--"f\f't 01 his in IO for office and the spoils, will nut be nuned by degeneration of Independencee\crllintly[ : read by Dr.flmv, amnnatxl an officer ntc- : months after date, I shall apply to the Hen. A Shingle--Head this.Sfn .

S rtnjN ta\tn up bl ttfn'. ? to l', me.fly cf he..' Cavilur.DAVIP S. WALKER, Esq., Iniflvitatiori *. There was a little incid t.i occurred xxhicb contrasted C.-, Judjre c.f Probate of leon County, for distal _\ljbar >emaicerf I see a shingle over your

ptOil b.'t aDtthVrCmt'I to MO'1.IC'o I! Ini I:. 1:. Ittackburn. The war a ain
'' rrJ thai I It nt> ,h. so ; there, IS a It is a just and righteous! war, and should have beendecland every way suitable! to the occasion. It was replete that I could not but be struck with it. Watersdcc'd. CHAS. S. Sl LJ-Y. is to inform the public cf your occupation ando

jot t"ratl'nfor: Lcc I Hunk the admimsTT at least five years sooner. with instruction and encouragement to every lover of .' I'lidera) tree, ju't on the river bank and! at the July 11. isiS;. r..i; cm invite them to give you a call ? Yes." Wrll.onie .

TPMicns : Meed 1 By Major General"I5aile> Gen. 7. Tal.-vr. the liberty, and eloquent in tbe highest degree. Both point just there the bustle and throne of the pa.aie few oftbo, who pass along this 5ritmds will
rtl.wiU ttn, v/to he \.' averse tu war.rv .- hero of the Rio Grande; Ma\ he sjwedilv'tcrramatethe the. matter and manner were honorable to the orator.A was greatt-l a family of Mexican- had taken shelter 1- Cotton Gin. 'ubtless notice )our sign, and perhaps will come in

I I' .lbt ,' U.-.I Verio'islkhtme; a fewat war with M'-\ico. larce number ot the fairest portion of cre-a- who sad re-crossed to our side the dav before, I \ NEW SIXTY SAW COTTON GIN soil WHIPj and trade with you-perhaps not. But a treat many

.. >"Pte! M'I3ee. tut n* more recuiar batT.vl.'r's fly Capt. John) A. Edwards. John Cald\ell Cal- attended, to gate evidence of their appreciation and had rot had tiiiie to move to their homes. There j j I J"l_ PER: for sile cheap at the Auction Store ol H. people will traverse the other streets ot the city,

I \IjC' II '\ c-wlurt ha* made )him aril boun. the 'atmrric'an statesman!( standsin -.f the be!
I; .d (ft > th'? the ,w'ic : t U-hw t"ert'l audI 1 I he JsMsato ol the Union like the sun in his inendMii.sp the artiM of the %* glori..n. J.lJ"110 swore, upon[ > I O'ie of thfsea beautiful black-eyed graceful little i July t. is If.. N* JOHN P. PUVAL.Wmilcd of l titmots or slices tiK>. Yi u need another sign, my

t : i from atiatdi ta1'n. eid n: hi.lustre! throuh(ut and enlightening the the altarof] frecdciii .>:i the -lib day cf July, )177tl;, creature, of five or sty years. I saw tier while! tu- temblK Tha.t'a l*<-I-I did no' think of that

I r,4: lor'J' rt'ohl>tt M r. Kihf: oUr abltlu at I Ii world.By that they would leave the ich logacv of hie, ol liberty emit and turmoil of all description ratr' arounJ- I elore." Go. then, ami advertise in same good

I .:1ft ...ahflrt'that rrturn "n acre*!* of delicate George W. Ta. lor. The Republic of these and the pursuit ot' happiness, in their ewn way while arms were flashir.e..-cannon ri. llini;-m 'n hur- : SITU \TION as Tutor in a quiet family. Instruction i nexv ;>aper_tell them ethers lo find your boot and

i 51:1.: ,Jl)1r our ltin\Ii ht'd Minirtn lit t'nited States-May happiness arid prompt ritj attend to their posterity. The sweet *iniles <>f approval rni to and fro.-h"rpsdishiii! at w mid s; ecd-tie A will be given in I ll.h.h. ElernintaryMathematicsChemistry. slx-e-store. ol what varieties mkeep for sale, and +

'tII )cLanl'rcturnJlI' I t'U.t)81 aiijirthnand.ts1entI litT whIle tl.e\ stars and stri-ei| hall \Va\e o'er from( the fair made many a gallant youth aver that air filled with stiouts and oath, and all w. a* if Botany, Xc and in Latin, hat you wail be glad to have them call and examine

.ad '1:1 1..0 the' land of the free and hcine of the bra'..** he would preserve the liberty to them to xx-orship quiet and peace were banished !rein the earth-half- I: (:;rtt t k an l Fretich i if dt ifl J. Fe>r iufcruution address fir ihi-nst-lvwi. Thus instead ol informing thoenly

.. .I1 nimT cf Inansbere n-w. th.., B> Capt. D. Iirc! S'n.Vm.. D. MoseUy.thefirst under their onirH' and tic tre, and in the way lying upon a cm"*? knoll-her head resting upon a R. N. R., Monticello. who pas your dm r, you will inform the whole

l\r hat''U", .' a and 1,0 mistake -delecates 1 from choice! ol the people of Florida to put the ship cf that conscience shcuid incline them or tu perish in white pet dove, and one little arm thrown arcund July t. IM'V fill ra* ____ conitry aiwind you for a great distance. Then the

t 112tjcc tribe- ; they ar@I State under weith) -Ma\; Ills successors steer her to the strife. the bird as il to protect it from all harm !" Lj.iTt-s, methanes, farmer, and even merchant anti

I ttthttIIaDrb and neiphbormc. and the wravn are exceeddt the port tu which fLc i is'dl..tint'd. honorably! diitiucuislied After the dinner was lH'r. the troops again assembled :U I Ice. nrkmeu <>l o
I I 't i .tIn' ftllt''* not Ctl about much as the. acions the Statt1 1 this Union. : and completed their exercises for the day. [FOR THE FLORIDIIN-] SIX month aff r date, I shall present iriy ac find you, and perhaps flock in by hundreds. So bya

,1In."tht, "t\. The and require a few lectures on By R. I>. ('. Gorman. May the name of Wa-liingt Tbe companv separattd with a view of repairing I There Is Paleness) on thy llnixv Slary.FT anti xou.-l.eTS to the lion. James M. Gilchrist sinsrle atlvertis-ement in a newspaper.j y ou may pre>-
Etve.bt't'l1 dad al.' ome .cr% rt'S;t'CtaMC'httllt tin remain I Ions engraved in the heart t.f the Americans to their respective home at an early hour. Jndjeof! Probate for the County of G.tJo1tl..u..nd it its> percent ma year. "That a fact, my

ctx7..C. There I" CbnrttWB, *(. Our Inrr and his character stand a. an example to theucreediiig There was not a sin.U- occurrence to mar in the A. P. fiRAHAM M- P- pray for a final discharge from the AJmmi.tralion Viend tine I'll try it tmelirt- am a diy older. Sa
: It ;: n'rok, ( t5flk4 and I tear iiJ I neiations.Bv smallest dezTfe.ththilarity and general good feeling! There i.i a paleness c n thy brow. ?Mary[ of the estate of Archibald Smith Sr., late of et everx mechanic take the hint."
c".Duru SiP There is a sadn Co! Sible-y-Hatu-i;
.flaw ,, dW10. % Cjp: John A. Ikiwards. AVilluitn I) Moselej which pervaded the multitude. The me-etirg. wr
I : ,Wi41i Ui t It> Thv chink i teas lost is! .,r1 elsa: tar ; S. GREGORY Adr.a'r.mimi .
.aDUI'f' t : ) the
the send for
he// / amid publication subjoined
J I our streets have- GmTt('r t1 the State of HoruU, 'like fits tr.tt \ rototjpf. hunk, was the larci-st. in point of numbers, that has you

t -' halt Jed and O"taHf last fcichi run I; t ht uht rw.rpeopk ".1 Thomas Jtl r..NIt1t l.i- a.-iratiotis{ are lor been convened at any time in am County in handsTime Thy lip has its sivoetcst lost it. !bf.uuduiz ruby de.Thv cracc.1..r. .' Jul4_ !.I l'i. &i f-m tot ice.

i wfl'lttftrlI' cast anchor or fU t off to the c 'I'd of ln. cuittr-I\ie'. determined and incorrui'Uble. invited p1et.i expressed hut one opinion of step TAXES 'J'AXES
to TI. form its beauteous mnuld
:. w..uitl five a better pilot could not loe l wlected to the xx hole! affair, that it was one which reflected And in v that thin and pallid Tax-Collector' Third and Last Notice.1WILL Look at This !

.. .J\"t r. len **. NolL"K cuide: the Ship <.! State on a four vcar's vox ace.By neat credit "pon the liberality and good taste of the t.ut'.ry. of (luttd accommodations, eu they say
tirnllg furroxxs and eld. Court House in city
ww Are the
uucb deep
Tbefr IS fl(4 : Caj; t. 1>"oll'1l1lt'r. John i'. Calhomi the di<- projectors of the celebration at Concord." I I alien at Kept in i le'riiy at St. Andrews B.u-

from oar Army ____ tiiiguislied statesman of South Carolina The guardian TALLAIIASSEAXS. Tiat I-vim; voice so sweet and clear Mary, .:!! e, Leon County in d.1of person or by deputy next If you should ask me n->\\ by xvbn. air' ,

;; f 1111' .PltsrIia of the Constitution, the friend ol liberty, and Whtcli oil my inmost soul didst thrill FVERV 1' until the first law Aiiij'ist for tbeiurp I should reply! by CLARK i. MERCER [ R
the rei'iires.
Cqf'rtlitMftlmtt &. ablest advocate >4 the interest of our country.Bx Colonization.We Tlfo'! r.iai-y iI ..ik and stormy ar, Mary, i instead of tlirtvdays, as backward paxin "\'\ niQ have opened nt this great mart of health a j 4 *
CITY Jute 21. 1S4 tho who arc in
of ffiviiig e
\\.U"I'r.TO William (oraan. A health to Governor \Vn.D k- weak sithimW., arid harshly shrill: ; <"e \ V HOARH1NG HnUSn, where good supplies .4

Hsi.RlrhEii J'. tVmtlc.TenTesentatixcfrom: Moselev, tlie true d *mocrat.By take pleasure in calling attention to the article TIm thou art as dear to me now Mary up their taxes for this year a sutlicunt time b) no- will constantly% kept I li r man and he>r*e ; ail a< .j

The t'lfth J1..tnct IU, Ne* I urk thM j iia i, loeUtlitri \V. \V. Heir. The lluwrs and nifkmE.'n-An tJtl'I Rev. THOMAS C. BEN-MNK.ID: Ins dax's h in days Ions gone byA tire to do so After that my obligation "oml'l.in time; me to such advertisements are usually tmb -lU,.lie l in ifs.hifln '

S.urJ.I: IU !> : *h.. hidfeeeti ill but I I'f. oniament to the countrx and an turner to the State. paper. Having long believed that the !>cst thing nhen I pledged iny early '"W. \14ry. to enforce the law to make my collections xvord e-f praise, we shall only ask a generous i

a..Ol. dlff (! 'dfaih "*s anuouuecd in tiie UOUM- D> Caj.l. Paul rimer": The Jeflerson Hussar. and ,\hi'b could happen to the south would be the removal \;Len late! was y oung and hope wu hii h : settle with the proper department A }as ISIhIIl contemplated.A pul.Iir.! to come antI s[>end the summer, r

;:)1an"J. aa! tn lilt ?natt' by Mr. Pis onnwar. I Rifle {(' .an\-Ma} they always l ready when theotth'r have cfcvcryfree looked person the ol er.itions color from of the amons Colonization u*-, As vhen I rlasp'd thee- to isy breast, Mary. "hrriffam.ml (f officio 7a.r Cvlltttvr.Julv Where eter.rospect pleases,
: funeral took we upon oi;
and the place jwNrin l' ld their sen ices.ET I health fl.mtvsupn the breezes |
heard tbt-e breathe that thou wert mine .vTALLHASSKE
.dav I the advantage And ,
with decided (.nur.e t to 1.1..1. '
interval o! two dty. bt Thus occurred in Catit. John t"'e1U. The J{(ffiont..n Hussars : Societj tie and I he U-M Mary Game, fish and oysters pknt j
the so'ithe advert to that which I gem purest
*da they anbard at tii* may Mix'd with ether dainty. .-iCLitK
of CoT ; y lid trtdepeswiet Rifle Company-May they ncxcr
r 'lIt11Df1H ud! and does accrue. to the// !blacks themselves. That could upon my pathway akineAI
wtltrtHoB-e. Seral othi-r \\ .V. MEHCER. JSf.
bnes 11\ acId to their ltnf-Lei their me-tlo lie victory or"death. ,
.bcd when ook crtnimigwarlk Jln.Al.u
i: u ''t'i i!. and thiis tot to I* w<. & art the licttgm. and hawthorn shade, .
aecct labor av1antattand when sick : -
,d'-f th".J'fflr.a'ft-d wion, rotitinp- Bx W. The Orator and Leader: any ; they areutiCafcd -
r.'n< Gorge Taylor ; flowers and 1 Ii to talk, l..n.
a.tr'tdl"f ( .r. At the north even among the boasting O! swat ve Just Ueceitcd. I
gad hllt 01! ;living in mi foolishly f'xtrA"a-.mt the Pa \ Iitse verdure ne'er hi' ili! lade.And .
It'L and clamorous! Incite ol Irt-cdcni thvir situation i.I is living COPIES ANTHONYS VIRGIL 1.1i
.. To xxtach Captain Spencer madi- neat and do.tient G
'bt budct5 of. IK-*'* nave really \en little of in- ; rct1. I infinitely worse. In Liboria, tiiey are all placed upon wv have !lived! thr- many year, Mary' (' 'fwr5 .1e

nowad*} : tht otter bj Great Britain( DM'- Ky Pr.'BV.. Taylor. Andrew Jackson the tern an equality l ; property; is !protected ; industry encouraged Andtorn wit r tf and the road to preferment t. open. If w e That ri.'d slid & tear. Maiy: *". Lesia'ae's French Graiarw.
tlai 'twtt si u. and Mt-nco, III the Mitct -I Iart (f N. w Orl'antlofirm and bran man a skilful ve'ven'Vtr t
:, nut mistaken, one- &.1 the emigrants trom Savannah "d. Calhoitn'j l..le and! Speeches,
"rhcial Tna I ad met and
i nothing
there his we ever
,efulai>>n : as >rt ? a- .onera!. and a true patriot and re-publican ; memory .
:"mt r matter. That the ofler will be decuiM-d isirv'ienerall be e"T dear to ttl..t'I''of1'1. in 1S3-V is new the second" e.lt>; fr in the (010a And tins w- will live and It.,.. Mary Pocket Dictionaries, for sale byJnw7
bt I
!* tjefit-ved. tbH8da Knclaiid II"\ make 'I By: Jart.en F.lionwood.: The tweT.ty-eifrl.t Statesof !. Why then should not otbeis !t. encouraged to Till time with us shuil gentiy tease. : (. .1J'N tRlSJt'cp |Sir. 4i .P. A. HAYWARD .t
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t ipiiuwtui: in sfcuruia: a |care by j'-vailine onijn'4 the tnlon-Ma\.' California. be added to their repair thither, and ij;(' th<- advanlasres and privileges And (lien aiound the throne: Mary, Furniture for Salt*. 4I
cuarantetd b> the Society, of which Mr: Ben- endless : 23. 151G.
r to makeiua: vtttl; aJ w< ; II .li! "!:'nrtd number. WeM live and peace.Cttmpltiton Fashioaablc S-fa I II
art laflurtic with Me\ic "' think I.\ S. W. Baker. The tth of July-A day sacred mug is the agent ? For our own part wo cannot but Jitttt ;'*, 1..J1i.( c.ii.f'.ruuty: xxrth I t it,i. (c.rd--r it his; Excellerjcy I ,
h IDa I Bureau with class the
1 a ,
: on
; schen.ias the top
: the i'oloniz-ttiun! only one
rfii'Ta*!*'* ciediation will IK' eft.Ttive ; tIc' battle to l liberty and hallowed bits triumph.! record is calcuiau-dto! t an.eliurjte! the condition -- -- -- W '. t:'UI Ii. .M"seey! m.i \ ernn emit, l C<,mmar der- 1 Handsome veneered curl maple bedhead with

.tha: u.a> be,wi 1 sttte the l''ntl\c.'t'i', By l>r. H. G.Virt.. The tU-rson. Hunsam and which at all .4 Card. in-Chiet of r"l< rids, an d. 'II'll. m- I.l rt \l-y ordered to
M I .nere
? should .
the in the ightr-st] ? desrf. And it ,
.".jn-r a..t-ft't; We 1.ave nutuiiii iatt.Uoin Indt-K-Ti.ienl| r.1lon-May our vuvrsatid i stet of negro The nrJersi'/ned, Committee in lit imslf of the be. held on Saturday the f"lh diy ol July nsuin;:, 1 Dozen (hionable Chairs.
D che-rished the ot
::tanM.and thtruaaanitiftj' to he-r .- .t.(lung.Cv i heartt learn to look upon us. as we are. the -lendcr the be the s'.uth.froin more spiritedly the fact that it is honort'dvllh by people the m. TallatiajM-e! Guards,** fake pleasure in publicly ackr.ov. at F tS.. mitmit4 Starr, Lloxd jc, Ma. ;. in ill" city t.'olo-; olTalahitwiie Apply to J. R. rorzrv.c.June
werted Sea tor fWD> their honor their htooe and firesides.B ot th-" C.iv- :: ; lor oi.e Colonel. on Li.'Utenant '
: J. e''h: Cille> newly of thor g'iusbililionist in the lem hi m tinkiinh.t?s aiid) ('ur ( -, lsj.. .115
\t1l lhmrohJr baatiken hisacat ; lie "., Junutrver :\ T. J. Heir. The Ladies of Jefieraon. in attendance liostility ol ever%. u: discussion allt'r," all citi/.ctis th<' vicinity of Lake Miccosonkie .. and ow M.sjor of the 1st Regiment ot Cavalry,
Slate It their uiiiersal theme ol -
.00\\11" ultra antl- celt-bration To their smiles \\e Northern i-> \\.Il-crd..rt'd, Jd ilrisade; Florida Militia. AND TWO NEW HARNESSESf.r 4I
I a btz. but \U" li1td aD open our the whi'-h! thfirmcst choice fi rthc ample -past ;1.I.artd 1.- CARRIAGE
.. % Ian are inde-bted for our ( leasure ; the frowns of cLt ; object upon : for their relreshmert! after the ardunn exercises The election will be held under the superinlcn- I low price of ?l.T->. Apply to
heane-d.Sent ft
of abase
G-aera! Gaines *itii1 in thi* c.ty: ; Brt;. Gcnt-r.l would Diar the vrliole fetivitie of the day. ejiithe-ts are pu. of thIth.. The committee also n tmlrn their
'...t. i* to acceed him In the comma d el 1 tht- By Lieut. John Uliaer. Gen. Taylor' May he thank fonts elegant hospitality of tinritirfn* <\- The polls will In- opened at 10 o'clock a. m and ------ JEFFERSON COUNTY

\\'Stern Di' &IOb. continue to win new laurels in the theatre of his THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY. tend .dto lie members U 0 ir corp indix ideally.Thev .- closed[ at T o'clock, p. m. By order of I.

There is mu< b *;>eculati
iC..UZI"1 ir
: tat I" S. brig Tiuxtoo, fi-r Havana. Slime conjure then for their virtue admire them for their beauty, appointed agent: ol the above named Society, for the en the ruund b\ which all were accommodated in Jiii.ij7." i-'in._-l shall expose for sale, bclcre the Court House j

I the Captain to t' pa> ing an authorized visit and love them because 'Iff' can't hvlp! it. States of Gcoigia and r iuitla, and with your kind the most bountiful and suroptuons manner. Th For Sale r. in Moriticello, Jete-rson County, en tl e "1

Anna."llIle others say he has pone to rurciatfa By 11. Y. McCiellan. The Ladiesof Florida Tbe fonardtin Inn remembr the celebration at fl'at
-Siata j! I'trmi.sion xvill!1 make a lew brie statements in rtfemice ; HVNDSOME BRASS MOUNTEDTpTNxA. J irsi Jivnaay in l'ecemm'xr ,
Mexican Steamers now in the l,and* ol4e fairest el the lair, and second to none. Concord"as a pleasinz rrrainisrence in their rnrniory. t u A
1 to the same. F ; rxith suitable for one or much thereof as will
un.t Y. top the follow in property or so
Brirh and otiit>n ; azuu that he is on the l-xk B> D. Williams. Our wive?, sweethearts nut formed December aid they will express the bmmpethat the coumurmlt' ?
This Washington -
I think city I the Cavaliers"and _O.i_ _. two horses, bv hay the tax due on siid pn pertv :
iTt"r me priT4ttH rins |!cratioi s. hardly irieodsBy 1 lvl'i;, by a company benevolent and patriotic hich ]'revaild araons thepeople P. A. HAYWAKD. V4SF.4S3".TI.li4S&Eeor.tainiag7.taIacrs. '
crlj'1. s.ttS&ttT& Anna before the Dictaw Ja. R. Tuten. The Jefferson Hussars ; ," n. coii'iriut- until each shall arrive %
wi< u.J > hin "Greys y "
tt the field ciitleuic-n, umouc w wa Judge Washington TalZilm.omeo. June i'lj, \5-h'l \. 3'1ff ESE4.S3GTlR3S& F- 7tf.&I
their and march tu ., "
!Tixp* ihr ;>tw< r in Mtiiri*. I: Thy xx ill take up; flag John Ilandoij-h: W H. (Crawford Andrew Jackson ata"r'reeno.dazt., LotNu.2S23T2RIN&E" 115 '$
c..pt Dan iruke Henrie, lletry Clay mm sm S23 T2 R4.N 5i E. 101
3 ,
r.I:1Ia.n! % jt iunteers III thi city |11' Mexico, 1 I They will face the enemx until xxitL tLc powder last alA ul k-atl blood, is others ; and upon the adoption of its Constitution, F. II I I.AGG. I 'I[REMAINING in the Post Office at Tallahassee, .4 .. 1,, S .'', T 2, U 4, N Zi E14.30 ,
ADd will retreat taol' T J.II'D'OX.'
will immvdiaMy receive
cd it is ttiiniijhl they I r.E'\U elected President and .
) '
LushrodVaslniiotii was ; IV on the 1st July, l"l.j1ton. : mt t. :emth1T2.R1.NE. 145" .
.iwLiBg ordeis Capt. Henrie wa one Clt the Mi*>r i I sited ; arnou; its first Vice J're.-itle-uls are tound the Lames W T. LLOYD Col Robert '' Jones,William or Cl.arlusllt' .. S. .1&S.T:2RN&E-; 180" } p
their is shut down by tbe Mexican's good Committee. I -
rertitation.tliS And if Cas
eidor. and a man of orae miLitary I .XVui.. II. Crawford, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay Lcdoxxick i Jemrncraoniankl .' 7.T2. R4.N& E. at) ..
aim. Tallaha'''e#, July 1'). l I't'& :\ ., ; .
"IUIa' "
.L behind to take it arid Ruben Ash, l :s 2 Jerkmne. Zachariah 5, S tT2lt-1N&R. tpy.
Tat sfttlenent of the Oregon question la ceiM-ra'.l\: I There are brave men enough tip I The e-cond article of the constitution reads as fol- ------ Cart1.arh M J :; Joi.nson: Joseph U 2S3OTIt4N&E, 121" ., :
Ames, i
:I.j11th l rejoirmg. I have! not LearcJ .ne oic ; agdif.Bx to wit : Vbe object 10 w Emit 11 its attention is O niT U .\ It V A Jones Col C IIArm. it lS31'T9flhN&Eeat. I.
Ilorida Margaret
The removal of such a rrobabiliT* of war S. L. Moore. The fair daughters of 1110\\1' directed, i if execute Thmur.dj : i, 1MO, Anders, .. a
CUM: it I Iruru exclusively to p.oinoteand Died in this Ceiuntv vn \ July Richard Kelly JamesKoattiuan 3 1.SM.T2 NiiE, & >
influence in tLe <-'uim 'rriiilctu Max t I.('> add virtue to wisdom, mltratt envy ; :' WILLIAM -roman
bid wonderful with their consent tile several months 1r.
is? a 1 for colom/.uuj. own ( after a severe illness ol Adams Ihzdnu Alexander 3S31T.2R3.N&F..m Ste'sSm
*. There are some who fear a collision on the i friendship and multiply amiable accociplishiaeiitsbv lre J ec'i le ol < olor, residing in our countiy. in Africa SIM1SON formerly if I5aden! County, N. C Austin., Miss Mary Willis Kerth, James J Zs.531T:2.R IN&E, III 50" j

:3n1 of California between tnclish! and Arnt nranfleets. sweetness of tnnjr. of Florida. or such other places a! I on;res hall norm expedient a:ed about! 2j years. leaving u wife- and one child to Anders, Owen E. Lingo DTAlsney 2S31TR4N&.E, -s' j

t I hardly anticipate such an event tnzland By J. II. Scales.l The Ladies and And time Society shall acfrtu ellt-ct! this mourn their ;premature lute The deceaseel was a B F 2 Li pscomb,Thomas C .. 5, S3tT2lt4N& E, 'm (..flyinc I> q4
Our our cause,
Mid surely not thus provoke a war, which tLc has ByV.: H. Andrexvs. country, eiation with the General iovernme-ut Methodist Ipi.. opal Church and Messrs.Dozzett '
objectin co-o|> m .mU-r ol tie Barber: Win 2 Lockerman.ELineberzer. on the Lake, joinini Gov. Moseley,
labored to avert. Tlierc i it' no question but the our rights. Gen. Zach. Ta\lor-Se- arid rueh ol tLc States as may adopt' regulatiutis on died exhorting his friends to &.'et him in lleavn. Bender, ParkerByrd. Mrs Nancy arid Rouse : said lands we-re entered by"Chirles
Ifexican in California are .'re this in our Lands. UCol.. B. II. Russell. the The will please copy. .\
ports and Andrew subject. fjrj- Wilmington papers JoshuaBurrrcshill Luice, Perry V"il.iamsonnndpurportirgtobelonetohir -
Tbt adjournment ot Connvss it u now cOlsirt.-d. I cowl to node but George \Vashingtun The hisS mall band u! (en.ijmmU it It this country --, --- ----- -- ---------- -,,- -- ,-------- ----- Charles Locks ninan, Nancy Lot No. 1. S 7T2R-lN4i EcontainiDi 13Uacres. ..

s.l.: not take place until !me time in Auzut, tbo' Jacksein.By Samuel Walktr of the in l-s>>, but 1.0 permanent settlement was made ff:}' \VI are authorized arid requested to announce RroAs, Whitfieldl 2 Lane. Leo is '-S 27T2R4N&E, 11.50 "

:10art' detenamt to get thritugh with their busi- lircrx Ramrers-.The DoLt fame Capt. which lie has soearned cobly t hal about the close of the year 1S22, when the present CHARLES L. POWELL of the Jefferson Independent ; ( C Lee I Ilec E said to belong to Farrish Carter, lyinsr on Miec.suo. '

i sss in! the nest month. Texan itLiu the reach ol eve'n Act i I colony of LJclla.1:0 settled: at Cape| Mesurado, Blue, as a candidate for Major ol the nt. itI'Tlt Barges. Harzillia L Miissippi W kie Luke near Wirt's plantation. j.

There has been already several f'11f'et'll| i) the for hiruteil. is arid! a town: commenced named Monrovia, m honor of Cavalry tttached to the Second IJri: ;ade of Florida Lk.ii1, Win A Maltou\, David S W 4 of Sec (i. T 1. R t. S &. E. containing IW-S

TinC debate, though not on that particular ubjtTt. encan mechanic.B. Wirt Samuel Spencer, the. I ol Pre-ident Monroe xxho wa a firm amend I of this Mih'ia.: Bhike, Dr Robert W Manes, William acres; EISE.1S ',TI.R.E S i. E. containing -JTV.4 '
G. Capt.
Tae to at the discussion, as though it would be Or ollcer accomplished orator. and i noble enteq'rise. The ('.II'II ix now numii! about I We. the Jefferson Inde e-ndent Rues, do most Brownnc, Stephen Morrtll, John KH. *! acres, entered by Thrmas Wright, joins 16th

tr& t..d. and if such will b< the (.St'. yo-i canvtiripa'e brate and gallant the, Jelkrsoa llussar .xcxvorthx ".t II IIJ euiigranls and their de ceitd nts, lH.-side 1",- earnestly hcpe fur and solicit the warm support e.fI .,weiiMrs Mississippi W Mills, Gideon Section, and said to belong: to the estate of Daele.
final action this "e n.'n. Ev ?rtbi&c'iKNsible > devout rhnstiaa-May i-r I I '""<' "lltIli'c on the lands of the I for Chides L. Huh the taxes
b:. i ifj to ITi, natives, the balance ol our Cavalry brethren Braden, R.ibert McCaU. The above lands to be sold to pay County

will be doue to prevent the repeal of John ot their. comua&der.li Captain May-Max he long. j colony, and I have become incorporated in its Govern- I Powell as \e know he will nuke usa very efticier.t Barfleld, J drub McDwiIliam', Alexander lor lni3 and i'llarmd the State and County taxes ;a

UttT.riffof 1S42.dcbratIon. > aCectious I' Cookbey.ol: .las countrx men : may ue est' \. DM-ht. A number,of the interior tribes and town*, officer. He i* a Planter has been reared among u*. Barclay II G Montford, John C lor: 1S45.

live in the those whototijrlit numbering, according lo their own 1 statement miter I and experts to remain the balance ('frn his life and IirJames: G Manly. John G 2 Also the following, la pay the State and County
1 l' of the 4th at Mouticello.The I II' be remembered a' one-e/t the Rio (;..Ildt.. spirits 1UUIM, have submitted to and come under the Government his re pectbility and nv>r.il worth as much entitle P.laHc.JohnBilhnssby" Moore, K M taxes for 1M5, viz : 2

-nti of Juh was celebrated by the ci!i7/-ns ffJtfle I tt.e b4ttl'of on-U'Len forgotten ol the colony.Tbe I him to a claim to this otlice as another- candidate John P Mitchell, Labuzan Emit No. ft, in fractional Sec 31, T 2, R 4, N i E, *V

>on ('nUlit't" Monticcloat! a Harbjtu given i BLieut.. Julia t.lner..a d-ntained banner; America Lie- great object of I the Society it win be i-een, is who mav prutnt himself. J. I. I>. | I'rt-rtrans: Francis Maxwell, James entered by Malcolm Gilchrist, and contains SO acres, *f
I' t lue j
r' thtr .' Jefter.n Hussar and the Jcfierson lii.dnden let the > .< to ;pro ide for the colonizing the free people of color i Cason Mrs Liiza >Henry and joins Dr. Jermany's plantation. I

? Rifle Compant ," with great deal (.! sj.jrit trailed in lh.> eiiiiit.By The Whigs and Democrats with their own consent on the-we te-rn coast (>f Africa j- WE are authorize and requested to announce 'Coleman\ Win J McCaudly.lluiih The undivided Tkl of the following land, purporting

I iad uiniatf.n. The dinner was a *t'rfiue and In. B. W. Ta\lor. and patriotic.By 'I : and it is one ol t those :se-l.eiiies of benevolence WILL! \)1 G. MOSELEY: as a candidate for Lieutenant l Calhoun, J-hn M Nails Meriuni to belong Henry W. Peebles, to-xvit :

i'Jt..i; TU"U< one. aid: the coniitam the lar..-st we have -Alike high-minded' .lonorahh'The l..urth II l July-May it I which originated II. the tirade philanthropy! aridahmimeJis Culjiel of the Recimei.t of Cavalry attached I Coleman, t Green I IICutluidii Neil, C B The N E 4. S i N W 4, W i SE4. and S V. .I,

tttr U'wn to ha e a"tntl on any former ooaiOt. W. M. } tjistiin to the most enlarged pi mzmemjk'a: of Christianity to the Secoid Erig de, Florida Militia. Frederick Norris, Jatnes SNicks S t'e tu i ; the N W 4. Sec 31 T 1, South of R 5. E.. ,

t in our \i age. among wbx.ta were more than a J Jtaadrt1 ever be held dar to every'T AIm.. Marsha rican and ansistautMartbulot I. i, for ce untcnanceand lIu"JOrt.I Cowart MM Harriet James R said to contain 213 acres. "
Ladies who graced the dinner with their i;> L r. tt. W. Ta\l.-r. TIe free colored people .n this country are in circumstances $3* WE re authorized and requested to announce Crowtll'/Dr. Richard 11 Oliver Rhesa Also the follow ins lots in the town of Monticello: ",

ai.d animated and encouraged us with their the Day which challe ;>ie- lair them our *ynipaitiie Caj}>SAMIT.L SI'ENCEK, of the Jetferson H
I ,}:',..*iiee* .The da> passed off without any utlta..aritunstan'e ] lo xxhicb Dr. T'1 Palmer, the Marshal re'non- I *. They ate depaded III the 1It'.It ofwit'- sans, a. a cauJid.it.- Colonel ..f the Rfgiment of Cre, \\ rn II 1'0wt'll. B J *. 123, 121, 133, 131, belonging to Jehn F.Tucker. _.
dedamsd uive the !I.I.10f!! : inferior condition, and theSery attached to the Second Urigade, Ha. Militia. H C
pleasure intrrupt our en.j.flit'W. they are eminently in au Cavalry 'omit-( John Pope .
( ( t-j mar our Vice President df th. Dax.Tej .
feelin prevailed, and The President and frame work society around them tends to dei 1'0\\t1l.1\Ir SMITH RIMKINS.Shfi. .
and good ? j
JanK'-Sc, the Picsidet.t, res- I authorized and requested t announce I I
d SHTOed t .'c IIJ..J theniM-U to tlw' lull. J'reI.'Us nhiehCapt. with the following sentiment : pre-ss them still lowe-r. No other scheme has yetI rrjWE are LLOYD .ft the! Tallahassee t-uJt'llo1J.Ji Cooper Jinu-s Hamilton Pipkin Amos Shitortt and ex officio Tax Col. Jeff. Co. I

t.'n., I JDlld. t be"two volunteer companies and the poiided.aiidconrluded always : extensive I I been devised which promises as much lot them ascoiimnizslicn. WALTER F. of the Hegiment of Cavalry] attached ( Mrs Mary Ann RoborUen, Jesseman June f, 1'-IG. 4fi KmLeather. -
Our country first. our country them from their I can.Jid.ite for Major Rev John J
the Court It to rescue a Richord.
r.uzetw w-r<- marched in jffocession from MI Tniux anduuhnuttd in resources:Let wisdom ,I {.ropces. h .L ,:__ __,I ,\ to the Second P.ritfade, Florida Militia.' Cain IshanCrossmaa F .
Church Dr. Thomas' Civil i, social ana rel o lousai-l're-sition.aiKi i p l ace iiniiiin SalathifclCopeland Roberts, Emily
hruw 10 tle ) bjierian! by and ii
K: Haimer, of the .' Jefierson Uus ir;," who acted I and honesty prevail in her national nations legisUtuie of the earthtcit5 a country (,f their own xx here such is.fluencesvill I authori/.ed and requested to announce R Richardson Moses BAND, Harness, Upper and Sole Leather Oak
the I Jt.r. art M. L. BAKER.
higLesfy :
destiny tmong : for sale
the the full blessings JiduthamRedd by
:and where tl1till4"njo Riddle,
M MrsLal of the Day assisted by Lieut. S1e1htnPa.nr. I be (oicver p. li.; BROKAW, of the Tallahassee Guards, as a Devane, C Lafay ette 2 4* tfKCY
her.Col. and chi ill ianih to invite and i David R JuneC., ISIo.
of the "Ilifleroen"wherr, alter aprn.pri- R. Tax lor the tier )President being of civilization candidate for Major of, the Rfsriment ,.f Cavalry at- Davis S L ,
William all their to inspire in them! Rile W W it
nci. Eli rail action ,
Itt' : conducted b\ the said I into [11\\t'r. Second Florida Militia. Durham Mr
religious and the Brigade
taclied to
Declaration < f Independence called on for a sentiment. rose laudable motives of nuibim! ion, to iii< it. them to pers'liiial I James II Richardson, S1'.lIrH B BOOKS.ALISON'S .
Gt'lItld P. I'. Smith:, the You all know hat I am not muchnffl.cfd I, Farley I
Oration) I Yllow Citizens : as nu-n. and finally to convert thro'tlwm. Russell, Jesse L :2 Miscellanies, complete, price 1.
awl to announce HFletcher
was lead by Capt. James Scott en with the of gab ; but. after takinir not i; aypiraiion fcj-: WE are authorized and requested '
gift barbarism into n.1I..nricttaFtlrllt'.I S. $1.
I of African a
The Oration the wide regions 1 ille Gre-xs.as a can- Dr. Lionel :
filtered: by Capt. Samuel ;MtJcer. meiely, but such a bountiful J. B. JOHNSON (dOme Cent rev ,
'a* one of the mot able and tloquttt we have CfC'r a hat\ plate of boup" ai has been spread before Harden of civilization and to make it an eminent Sdate for Manrnftit-! I .:ltllt'nt of Cavalrx attached I Rev W rr E Roach. J W i| Iarrot' Journey to Ararat.

I teard and excited thrill of patriotism and delight and sumptuous repast even if he ,MirltDii of Christendom ; to substitute the songs of the Second P.ngade: Florida Militia. Franklin, Jos D (of color) Rivers A Ar.ml !! Remarkable Criminal Trials.D'Aubijine's .
a make speech, l h
It the breasts of all prewit. Tile Ct ropames and us, who wouldn't tn to a j Ireedom and t true reunion, for the tumarms and eleso I _- r leirne-r., .'I.b'I"'.. .\<.i.iu. ...uFleteher .I... _stmilh.,_,nn, _st I innry 01 me ueiciramun.Wainright's .

in to the din- made a failure ? in ,;irintrrrice nf-, dp..- virt- __ ,ims__ of!- itiix-rst--, it ion. --- -- -- -- l'hristup..r Smith Miss Tabitha Fatr.ily Prayers,
ciUzens'w. then marched procession is involved a m-.m--
re cloth. the following Our country, fellow-citizen mx I Airain colonization promises more for Africa and! Xoi'f'. Cire-en Samuel Smith, 1.:1-man The Lenten Fast, Double witness rf the Church.
the the
lr After the reir.oval of but have consolation -
nation we
i regular and v.luntt'f"rtoa.s, ,\'rel\en.'apt James war with a neighboring i : has forced us into h< r l.VJ/XXi.'Wi (,hekthens than any other scheme Ti'OIR week after date I shall apply to the lion Kilmer. Ben (of color) Smith, Patrisb Tuppcr's Proverbial Philosophy,

,j Scott a.I'r..ld..nt., aiistid by Col. William to know that that nation and independent State, \ of ln.-nevolenre! which ha* ever vet been devised, for 1. Thomas J. Chare. JUlIe of Probate in and! forth Guhlons Charles Sessions, Jacob Li.ston's Practical Surgery, Dew-ees on Children.

R Ta'.actinc! Vice President. I I this ,\ar. _Texas sovereign ,. citrisicta-; it cannot be any }loritrer a ijuestion! that if,ever Africa County ol Jetler-on. fir leave to sell the real estate Gardiner, Col David F Stone, Mr Wande-nne Jew, illustrated, DTIavmental,
or a acknowledged b y tiie. p e a test p wie-is and redeemed from heat tJ.nt"m and decea.eil : Stuart, Mrs C Robersou Favorite Jessie's Flirtations.
KO is enlightened of Jw. Goodman. l.tc cl said County I Graham[ Lewis Youn2 Duke, Royal ,
! RI-:;rLAH TOASTS. t dom having a |perfect right to *ha7'e her own destiny fnr I converted to chi iotlanlt, it must be done through said real e-state Iv I me an! U-iiiu III the County of Jefler.ri I Germany, Eleanor Sturges Daniel D Ransomed Br.de, Lady of the Gulph

; : Thr day ire Ctlt.bratfThe anni vtn ary of our and to regulate her own internal affair, applies and tile instrumentality colored m<'n. ll'hitr tntn All per* .. ,..r<._t..d."Ill ;please take due Gilli-.rd", Ann A Stuart Miss f' Jane Three Mousquetaires, asexual to the Three Guards
admitted now
National lnde|' ndenct-May it ever 00 ceiebr-ted admission into our Union. She is II cannot live and labor long Ihire.! and yet it is as notice tlrreof. SMITH SLMK1NShrrijf ([ crmolliWm Scott James C men, Gabriel Lambert, Pcrcival Keene

and Leid sacred American freemen to lie Ute tgeneration. shines among the brightest of y<,n p In% General he-althx for the colored man, as any other rich new \ and er-vjhrio .idminn tiator. Grimes:Sues South EV Leon de Cavalier, Moore's Epecurian. ,

What then ? It becomes the duty Aw of our much j couritrj of which we bateaux knss Iede. Doesthei .Icfferon County July I II I ), "i. 51 4t Guy, Lewis Such, David The complete llorist, or manual of Gardening. :

'' The signers of tit Ikrla, atwu of Indrjxnrffncf Government to repel invasion, of soil as so i friend and patron of. Ljissious seek a field broad as -- -- -- (iooeiaii, seionion Sbehee, Mrs Mary Pictorial Bible Nos. to 02, for subscribers. i

-Tim inends and champiwus} ol LIlH.rt\-lll-1f as it would l t.e to repel an armed foreign force Irom his lK-iicvolei.ce and ripe to the harvest ? here it .Xotice.TJER Gulliatd,Miss Thcodor3 C Thomas Rev James M SCHOOL BOOKS, Ac.Ambon's .

winching boldne, loliy patriotism id- enlightened the: toil of old Massachusetts. MexiC'lI.ol Wi\l; :I is-Africa with her terming millions Every company ONS. claimants: : aeainst the estate of Edwin Hollev.GeoreeS Trotti J L
legislation, have won for them the praises and threatening that annexation would be considered as of emigrants sent out by this Society may be J. \\.. Dor.ey, deceased are hereby notified to present lIarn:on. 1 H Wells Capt J C 2 Vircil, Clark's Csisar, Playfair's :

Admiration of e ery patriot. cause lor war, carries that throat into execution ; I regarded as a band missionaries ; tliev go to that them within time time prescribed by law, or this Hamilton Alfrt'd't'ltcut.lIami.ttJll; Keys to Day V Alpebra.Swift's Pliileisopby, tat parl.,

3 ".u.1mgton-Thc .'.tbf'r of hi* Country crosses the Itio Grnd, sheds the blood of Americans country with some knowIrdze of the Gospel ; they will IK pleaded in bar of them. Those who Hunt Win Whiths, Israel Eclectic Headers No. 1,2,3, Walkers Dictionary *

When be had aclue\ed its liberty and independence seeks battle se ith our Army of Occupation : she I ale generally accompanied by Ministers of Christ ; notice inlebtcd l will pleost make payment to the Eucutr. lIu s<. Hamilton Ward Thomas J Smith's Arithmetic Copy Books, Writing Window Parch-Cur- *;

i.U tincmnatus ot old retired into the shade* cl eels it, and, I trust. to heart's ({,nfl'flt. Old Rough they lorm there as a Christian So-ietx with their are R< WT. LYON, Executor.Ta.'lahassee Hubhard, J G Watson \\ m I' ment, Slates, Green figured Paper for
shows them what kind of men they havetu Churches and they become a powerful ." l Miu Wm'I1jatt', WV talus, 3"> inches w ide, &.C., &c. v
prlYate life. and Ready ; School and July II l" 4t; > llollin-r.nvorth. and for sale !
4 Tftoma* Jrfftr on-1\* author of the r Jtiara. deal with ; he whips them ; and I do hope they centie civilization and rI'I Iif.n. How mighty Harris, Mrllarrietta A Whipplc James Vlicks Just received i' er brig Emetine, WARD.by t

I aon of our Indei eDdenc -An abe writer, a braveptfriqt. will stay 110 : but, Ifth., ""n't. and Capt Gen. Polk it I must lie such a congregation, with their Mmistr fltirring; : l Itopr. R I I 1; .I'alton, rn.<,tnas J Maya-'M-M.; 4J PA- HAY

and an eminent statexraan. will furnish him with. the! meats. why I 'he: ran" do and Sabbath school I" upon !the surrounding natives i o-u.\ l'IErES KENTUCKY BAGGING, Houston Stephen J Wimln rly Wm I K
r, The lleroft of the Jnt.lutunt-ltn weeeii&itate oxer a;ain. Permit me to or.er ai a MTUHUIVUI anti tiibes of 1mm-athens .' and LOW rajiiu must oe the I .)!JkJ KX Coils do. Rope Holt U'itUssIlerrin Walker Mrs M D 1836.

their gloriou example of patriotism, bravery A speedy! and honorable termination to the war triumphs of time Gospel undo r ouch circumstanres For sale by Mis* Mary Wynn, Benjamin: F

Mil patient endurance of cohering in tLe cause ol our with Mexico. I I What an immense light WIll po out to dispel the II JNu). DENHAM.N'ewpert Harrington, Nathaiurl Woolen llowellWaal FOUR BARRELS: MONONGAllELA WHISKEY.

I tonutrj'i freedom. ftSentinel copy. darkness which now pe-rvade's the interior ot that July 11 )Is !if. :.1 i 3m Hill M-Me-s Charles DoWilliams Virginia, distillation, of the above

6. La Faveltc PtJankt and vthrr duttnipjuhrd vast cotilincnt.There' Heard, JatM-s L Samuel C date-warrant l unsurpassed by any ever before

ai,tfd ta in our ttniggle.( r Jude-I Fourth of J uly.Thecitizen I is not an instance of ouch unparalleled pros- JSolioe. harris I Mrs John Williams L F brought to this market. For sale bv I:
/fJenfe-Tbe liiendsol Ireedom. and ,,, Jf" Cavaliers," of other colony now on accounts Williams. C C STARR, LLOYD i FLAGG.
and ,mounted company prity in tho history any months after date, I shall present my Hand!, Jame J
my- I" their names ever be cherished with grate- residing in the vicinity,( Lake Miccosookie, eelebrated -i record and 1 may add for the nnniU-r of eniicranW, SIX touchers to the Ju-lge of Probate for Gads- Henderson, CarolineoUflg, Theodore May 0, ls>4r. 42"JUST

: tw honor'b the Amencai. people. this day in a very spiriU-d and appropriatemanner. I (many of win m were ol \'. manumitted) no community County, and ask f r a t final disharc.frtm the Ir" in, John Young. William I
I .7 The i''.dent of the CnU'dadnuiiMtratioB ( t-y his Although the early part of the day wasIiasm't&ng in any newly I sHtlid country can present a men administration on the estate of Wm. Gilliland.decAUCHIHALD ... Ptriw callirp for any of the above letters received, per Erij Emeline, two dozen Nol -

I be firm wise and enhglatt'fWd. at the hour apjxiitiled a vast concourse of' greater number of 'burc c'I and rhurch, members SMITH, Jr., Adui'r. \ iU please sax the! } are advertised.July ,l 1 Gold Pens, with sitter case arid pencil; Coral .f

I 'i The Army and .Vuei. of tM V' tedtarAiwaj. *- inhabitants of the nriglitKirliood, and jKTsori from adistance in proportion to its population than the Colony ofLiberia. Quincy Jnly 11 lS4.;i. .1. 1':11) M NAShP._ N.lltt'se P.eads NeckUces.. and Arnilets, for sale by
chivalrouslie> me- lo Concord' there were 23 -I '.' :, IMfi 41 P- A. HAYWAKD.otiie. .
patriotic gallant and who had l been if\'itPtJ. repaired Up to the close ol last xear. for Sulc. Max

lit our Lighest respect, and admir.hon.Ii. Meeting Houae tu participate in the festivities churches among Methodists, Baptists and PiesbyIcrians In the Circuit Court of the ITIiddlc
8'1)lum of members, :'J"j3 of the number 1 j!: subscriber has valuable family \ .
The United Slates tJimrnt'tJThe of the day.Major and 1474 church Circuit of Florida.IN r1lhi works
. thepeTp.ecuted and opprf'l of every country MINOR WALKER acted as chief Marsha being converted heat liens. The Hon. Henry CHAJSCKRY. I Horse I for sale, perlectly sound months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

I I', Tf' vjfictr. and pt ate. of the .in"1(J OcnpttvKOHtl There were three splendid troops of Cavalry on Clay is the President and there are r.'in" Presidents HAMILTON COUNTY :-IN cecIl timidly in double and single harness- SIX of Probate of Washington County for settlement

11* Grandc-Tley have won und>- the pround. among x\hom are the names ,.f James O. Andrew Martha Williams, J Jr )> and u sale torany person to Jrl\C. Applv to and discharge on the estate of John Fort,

rag fun and unfading laurel in their victories ot The Guards," Captain THOMPBOX, D. D. Bishop of the M. E. Church South, and .. > Bill for Divorce. June IT, I" lii. W J. R. FORTUNE.Jftler deceased, late of said county.

the the Mexicans, andentitled The .' Grpy" Captain ELLIOT both of Georgia. William B. William ) SHARPLESS EVANS. AdnVr.May .
Campbell Court.
ftth aiMl 'th of May list over Robert ou Circuit I
are to the and gratitude of their coun- The Cavaliers" Captain L'o uall. Any communication to me upon the subject maybe appearing' to the satisfaction r.f the Judge by the > TERM. 1S40. 22, [30] 1S4J.( 45 Cm :
J.raise various mas- IT Solicitor that tbe To NovEMBrR
performed uf the complainant's
trrnltn.. These several companies. ,. _,. .. addressed to this I ii
1 : .. i. clly.1'IlOS. of the State of Florida defendant and alll persons Notice.SIX .
I Conuneree and., Manufacture terly evolutions w Inch evincea a uiKii s tateot rlinc C. BENNING.I defendant is a non-resident Banhard Loch ) rpl IE
The Agriculture.. of our country-sucmd and indicated that the citizen soldiery weu Savannah, Georgia. A M Ordered That the said defendant do appear arid Cs. > J- interested are hereby noli. weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

eta oo t important interests their duty,and that our young State possessed answer said bill within three months, or the same Charles Miller. ) l'ud of the filing of the petition eof Probate, in and tar the County cf Jefferson I
prosperity to them. alive to material for the perfect de taken for confessed Provided That due in this cause and they administration Mde Lewis nan!*
12. of the surest safeguards to .I abundant and efficient Frrnrh Hithcji.The Courtier des shall be for foreclosure of mortgage for letters ol
Edueation-DM Whilst the spectators were Anecdote of a be Dade of this order. in some newspaper to and plead to the same il any the estate of Everett White, late r>f said Ccinty
** institutions citizens. the French publication required appear on !
of its anecdote of sa- are
of fret and republican fence Unit tells a piquant
Perpetuity our I with their martial deportmert all Elals printed in this Circuit once a week for three they have according to law. The mortgage is on deceased. THEOPH1LUS BEATTY.Jefferson .
-Let ui cherub and encourage it. much gratified as follows : plea and knownas
inexcusable neglect of Juons north of Monticello 154g. 43 6tNotice.
\:3. The the only chain we the parsimony and M. Chasles lately gave a grand din months successively. real pr.pertyiuituatc County, May. 16.
Fair Americana, regretted
-A I with in the north addition to
them l'fII- 8th i8.U.GEO. and four
furnish April
to Tht'dt'I.uty. Dated three
ass: the by the mules and General Government the Bishop of Chart res was present.After .- lot51"OS. .
we silken oats woven the The Guards were the W. MACRAE Judge. Monticello and was made to secure thepayment
charm,of woman. per arms and accoutrements. With dinner there was reception, and the ladies of Solicitor.A the town of interest. I shall present my account 4
fully euied. proper M. O'BRIEN, Complainant's of StVtt 2S-100 and months after date,
VOLUNTEER TOASTS. only company that wu would be content that the Go'- the country aristocracy came in full dress-in flowing true copy from the minutes McCANTS i SPENCER SIX vouchers as executor of the last will and
diamonds. As
BJ Junes D. }'!ortig. Young Florida-The flower armour Washington people should apply to ua our State silks and satins, and dressed sparkling low with in the neck his II. M. STEPHENS Clerk. June 1545. 4'J)> AU,'.. for Plt'ff.I'oilcr testament of Richard G Wellford. deceased, to the.of ;a -
at ladies were very of Probate
01 W eminent time soil 11 18-16. 51 3m Honorable James E. Brooms Judge
United States. and WIU protect and retired July ,
we .
scandalized Clarrt.A
t4 Let UI alonP. affected to be greatly and as such ax-
motto. for a discharge
B and
? William Gorman. The Union-Firm, exteu- I grace Leon County, move
"" menaced never in dan- and people of Florida. manoeuvres very early. Florida Supreme Court Keports- CASKS LONDON PORTER ecu tor and as testamentary guardian appointed by said
'e.fruitful excellent
sometimes said the for sale by
; Cavalryperfortfled many lord do leave so soon r" just received amid SSIBLEY.
eloz Claret
ft. The courteously requested What my you published, and for sale at this Office, or by L1:4 30 FLAGG. will. CHARLES I
was lUST &
C under Captain Thompson, master of the house. 1 A HAYWAKDM STARR. 311. l:>J'i. 43 u
Hon. John for the occasion P. May
The command J
Daniel BirdSen. to take the temporary Certainly" replied tire | rel"ti -- hee wyrfrashv \pril t IS t lS4t> 3y
-He is emphatically the apostle of liberty ; the first nervier* of military the shoulders : t.v tl. 1S16 f.
his5 After r me out by
tn. and talents entitle him to the highest fin repaired at 12 o'dttJ
of n\f'r. company
k were
.rl His Tlime wAIt dcKend t. posterity



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_- -- -.- -- -- --- --- ----- -
-- - - -- -- --- and "afe a'd
I\ew Extensive Splendid EMclefttq

t.1 : JlOUSI: A.\D STAIIt BUILDING. -- -.- --_.--.- -- ---- OLOT} -- -U- - -- WAREHOUSE W1it m01
f \0 I'H c. lIsuibcrrbcms are now receiving one crt.menl 1I
"X tl-s!, after date I sbsll of CLOTHS C.ISSLWERfitl* above
mmf: prf ent my ac- preparation Worm
a t (.Vrxf door" botit'i of the Union Lank,) S i'c\l'I., and voiulurs t" the lion. Judge ot Pr' AT THE FrTFNMVE F.HTABLI1H (CST lOft INGS which they are prepared to manufacture in TIlE remedy. It has adfanUeJ i. 1 "I*

ri / IVES notici that lie u prepared t.. lute of I..n coM'itv: administrator of Satnin 1 1I PRINTS ONLY, BYI31I the most fashionable manner ,\Jso,a large suprlyot other preparatun for Worms, from fl? IS

: VJT supplv his friend. and th. IflIhCPf Thl'U4.I deceit 'd, a'ld applfor letters! ol' disin>ss.onft & BREWSTER RC1DY 31.IDE\ CLOTIIHG! can be given with perfect safety to the a rkiu tbet.i
!! with; am articles of CABINET 1 1 UNITURE ,
sjid a.'iiinistratui'! W. s. THEUS.iI
It 'in age ; nor is It necessary to gne
::. made in not to be made by ourselves,) in the latest style consisting My other '
a stjlc ( up
ip 1 o. : bv an w ;rkman: in HIt State. in part ,
"urpa..f TillS STOCK of PRINTED C.\LlCOr. nearlyall carrying away the Worms and cleaniuM : \
:.bel prices; corresponding; with the : WIENKEft Frock Dress and Business Coats : of \ .

.1 times Bureaus, 'l fi t. Tables ot various kin-Is, 'vt -.1 IX i.iontl: nfterdatr. I shill ,present any final receiilv; : ;purrhastd! for cab and short oi'cred credit.: rpAKESth'melhd Iff inform the public that heX Black and Colon Cloth Frock and Dress Coat, .1 unhealthy trial of secretions tt, ve think at the mil same time .
\F (;REV FLY REDUCED: PRICES are #? lov..
ChaiM and md '. and \'ollt"hl'rl the \dnunistrator
Wardrobes eflosuh
I.:. tl. every description : :cr nut ( as has removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the Cloaks and Overcoats, Tweed Sa\a Gotha any on'. It may not *
stvle of Furniture;' male order or repaired; at the WfNHljrcl. decease l ami! apply to the lloneir- at from cnreeveiy rase. bit
f liui'ding formerly occupied by Slarr & C .,nl.'d dooito and Beaver lilt:. Coats Surtonts our confidence in it, that we wilLnV I'.ci
;'. >.. shortest! notice. He i ii also prepared to cortrn fi:r able .Juit o( Probate of Madi:on County for letters 1 loG Cents Per Yard l'eck'tlifl Manufactory, in the rear ol which tieintetul. Plain and Fancy Vest, its brnrfitting in. every instance. are ] to I
: : the building of Ho-nes. and such other wur\! :HIcenerally : .t eli,iQisn as Administrator ef said estate the business of CABINETMAKER or tk, .--
a -
(ill be fu ndcd. ,
7'1PRICES carry
in WILLIXM \\OOUARD.. LOWER TILLY Black and figured Satin Silk Cashmere Valencia
.: : d ne by home ( His :prices FNDKRTKFRaml: I'PHOLSTERER
.: .I this deft rnc'it will h. \ arpnttr. those dcsi Mulson Coimtv.M.u Jt:I' 1 HI". 44 tm : Purchisirs are guaranteed (the prices>-and! execute orders in either and Silk Velvet.PANTS CERTIFICATES.
.1' ; feels well prepared! to any Dr. Woodrvff: Dear Sir: I hue
: of him while the allowances made for a !. EVERY DESCRIPTION l1ad ,
j rio11 building\ to give Emrl.y. clla1- given penes the above branches of his Ivi-imss. OF child that has been sick for
i 4 ity of his work. if it .)not .ry>a.., will at :! olir.. &::..- C.uta1fziiis (nncw.-d and corrected daily)- with the best material for the some. time. N.
I f lie is provided ALSO -A VERY LARGE AS3ORTME OF ing what was the rnatt with it.we
hand of
the tapr.
.: : cqii'il a-iy work done in thisCity.TO months alter date the uiidirsipicd' will pre- re-gMlating the priC"t.-arl' plac d in of new articles ol Cabinet Furniture, }'
manufacture for
'. 4 4.I. thecitiKi'ns. of llahassee. and surrounding; SIX luo arceunts and \Mtheis to the Jude of buvcr, and !'nt with goods ordered.months such is Secretaries, l I'ureatis, Tables, Beheld, Cotton& Linen Shirts. Cotton, Nett Merino given resort updoing we concluded anthing to try it; howcvtr ?**
k., country h,' vvouU return Ins mo-t beartv thanks: ("r the Jinn' l'l "'; ly .4 Collars, Lambs-wexl Canton some ef ycnr u4
.. > Pr- l!ate ( f Loon County, as .\dfaiui tra''r' on ; Chairs, &.C.. i.c., in the neatest and' most perfect Spffijif. thinking it probably'
'T the he ha heretofore received, and tru H Stocks. ansi made Flannel and neiert be Wtrt
r of lettcrsofdisiatssion
T. for
; patronize : -state 1I< nry Cop 'land.ni.d applv Nolif' style t He will also re pair any' description( of furni- had reduced it so much-accordingly **
,. that he coitinue to satisfaction, aid enjy Crav its Jeans Ulldchhirtsand wetoic
nm : ,
' ). give t rita t the said<"'t tatt*
'' their c-nfjdenee and fa\or. WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL: : r'r. ti.1 IX Mli'r eLte the uir.ilcrignedthnin.. tllie. (;loves. Drawers, giv me your "Specific I '(which,b! t'ie bt'1!!??
thank. to the citizens
;. I :9) c.f l John tJ.l\\ ilie&o.ei.l ; late of leont'i.iiity 1 le ould r.turn his grateful camlIalf Hose rightly named,) when astemshirg to ?*1
frali silk
February >*. \*\<\. 2rAW IT June 11, IS K;. J7 >r Hand! chiefs, te
he has al-
__ the Literal
.. of Tallilnssce lot patronage mence-d p3S..in..tvrm,, and
linal HUt and continued dnlj.
... \\ill pr nt his a< v miners brie, .r.o.c. Hats and Caps,
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!QJcU,0((: ----- !X ogive. I., II.HunrI.I .. Jud_'iProhiti for Le-on rointy mealy! meive'd.andrrveelfu'ilv solid. t .icontm-iarce 1I.pt'luler BOOtS and Shoes &..C.Eurj1 several days.urtilil had pwsed more tfcan 'i'ltdrtdt

U disc'iar.Irom said! -ulnumtrali'iLI. of their I.ivora, all be pleelges himself to give !satis- some of them a foot or more J "
BROCKENBROUC.il S and tcr a 1I11ulf1l
H a
r.w. : "ru.U ; t t l\ mMtths afttr dite I will present my accou'iU :VI CARIiaVLeon fiction to all who may give him their orders both in requisite to a Gentleman'sYarJrok twisted and knotted l toother in hard '
will in tali.
: M \\WFL1
practice part- :9 the lion ,
i aid vouchers and make application to
.; .; "- flelhir. They wli attend the counties 11 tlU Middle J'.I.cIf Proluteof (;.111-J(.:: County: fr htters'.filihrnissiiHi .(4\lInt\\. [ .v. ::"i. 1 tsjji;._ 4 "> tim price( and ipnlitv (If his work.2't can be found at their establishment on the most reasonable they could not be separated wilhooi rnulapart =
-- -- I 10 I lst Iii.< .
----- -- January the Knowing 1t Wcrm
will be
Ourste.ck Medicirr.i
District of II da Jukvmand Franklin terms ,
; r (Wi adniini>tnf r on the ,-sfateot Daiml 1 1I nh
t as < -
-- -
.s.: lies. in tbe \palaihicola rU!f. t. Th <...uitv of :. IJ..III, deeead, late ef said Count*'. LEWIS & AMES, ---To---the---friends-- of tin Insane.rT arrival Almost en'rv'el"d fn.m New York during a..your has proven tube.would be need bt i |j J t

; .' Thomas, {'-or ta. The Court of IcrJ., II. J. U.lJm'r.. DKALFRS IV the season, by new goods purchased by Mr if they only knew of iN virtue,I hlt, otBi
: \IP(3\4 'IIE Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum STI LL\t.\X. who will rt'mainorth during the give you this e'ftiticate..o that all kacwTv .
and ths Dis'not and Circuit may
i. '" ; States( at Tallahassee.Vif CO'Its tie l.ituJ Miy- -t,-.-1..Ii.- ---- n: --Cm- Drug, lcdiclites', Valnt, Oil, L at Vi1l taiistiu'g, wemld i inform the public ot the winter for that purpose We flatter ourselves by to find a medicine that can be relied on. "*"

:' R CE: : o li ice. Toilet \rliflfs\ Perfumer), !r., Window Glass., Southern Stitestbat( by a ncent law of the Legislature such an arrangement, and bv selling EXCLUSIVE-: JOSEPH SHlPprr

r. \ II. CKE\T.RlTGHTallalns> F"IIF .4 JX imnths after dite I shah present my final ooTJRI' WRI'sms "M COlORS, ,\hey are empowered In receive insine patients L\ FOR CASH I. we shall be enabled to sell cheaper Columbus July 20, IS4\ -

';... : E.: M I VXWELL, O account iJ>*\oii-berstothe: I lion Jud.eof Pn>- r pay ing hoard from other States Ihi-is i tbeobbstInstitution than any other establishment in the city All
.; UG.NTS .' Glas 111'(', Ac.T of the kind' in the Union having beentounbd
1 si"1 E:J JL 'at* in and for the I oiint* ( f J11er-on and apply Apolliceane persons in want of clothing are respectfully invited' REMARKABLE CURT OF TE.XIA, OR T.4nWIJ1X)
::; Jtill uind -- -- tor a discharge) as Administrator of the .'estate of Jo- 'HE I i:above constant I v. on hand, and for s.'!'e at I the bv the Colonial Government in lift ; and to call and examine and pidite for themselves This is to cerlifJ,that I have made n" of Dr.
lnrk.JIDES .
: I!: d l.IW11J1 l. is, Irom its location best adtpted! for fJlllhernert.IJI'- If..
said Count
si ph \l.Inning. latj "f < cea .
S'iouldfr: Hams and Prime Pl k. reCviv Sj' in my family
: jt41 RT c. 1IFRST.etTerain ing: moved from the pirn'n; ( ld ot the North,and mKnnj .
%. Monroe street next doer to Starr & Flagg with the effect.
sea, happiest
r I d and for sale b" (Couitv, MIJ 10, 1SI5* II t n >o, in store a creat varietv of articles fortamilvuse. from (the emrvating heat of the South Its curative November I, lsl3.I 1"> t(1 InonecaMitkn i
::-...: STARR, LLOYD &FJ.W: ; :. Pickles, Olns, t't'Hrs: Macaroni, TVriuicella, capacitv n ol (lie highest! order : nine out of ten away immediately some fifty ofcalletl.qseaidebut the iS

t. ..: .. : April I.. lx l> :T JNotire.S ('tirrnt, Jellv, Olive Oil (':tro.i Prunei Almends, cases re'cover, i if received within the first "months RINGT SUMMER GOODS. exhibited irs another case its most a girl remarkable cf ffe.7j) .

J IX month ifterdate. I ,;nll present to the. lion [Ri s,- and I*.'ach \\.ft-r.., Sj. 'rm Ca"lIl' .S.C. of t the disease. I It I ii easY (If acc-ss.assteTinprs di.lv who rather 4.oC
:. I' M. D. PAPY, wharf not far from tie .\' lum. The mot : suhscriftf'U take pleasure in informing the health complained pretty constant! ;jlahde.mtn !
Jttle l, of Pr< bate fT Jefit tm C .rtv, nv final stop at i TIn s..tiafied I
Feme she
\: .HtrO'Ir..T 'IFQAmIDJ hid betn"fr e3
of Tallahassee and the surrounding
t :tceoiin'! Jiiil voucher 14 .\\ilmini-tratrix! I Jvi n'miihl'rev ; l'rnlfl."ff1ll'nt. up'.n rwn-n"lnint\ I.\tcrn. is in / ";s ,
;: JLWD countrv, that (icy have just n'cI'in.d by the last ar- will.Worms of some kind,we adrr.nist,re thecitic 'tf
!:J ) Jm1JJ T ho apartments admit of clasiliciti -
..: in all the IMlp late ( t ad Ctittt. -ce3srd ; and sh:ill then "uI''s.f11Inrfration. and toi.ishme-r.f.
: 'VH.I. 1fCli. Courts i..n of :tits according to their state if mind rivals from New York. a splendid assortment of our it bn nght frl4 t
.; otj'j'll for Iltl..u of elisnmjion i such" Adrninistra- <.I'o\\"lh of isi. pat
: OJice the first ll ot the ; nllm"tr
4 9 on or Caj' (lie classes of society Fashionable, Fincv ard Staple Dr GOtfh.n.l a of pieces of Tape Worm, from t.jf jfix
.. tliH.CII.J.:r. DRIAV.J : NTo\..mVr Cs. 1..1:;. 1" and! .iN<" a eoripletedivisi.mol
t itot, SouMi rxim Ion.rIy occupied! by tlt _. New York or eight inches in Jenl'hInce that
"il will be from
: --- - excellent and the board > I week they constantly receiving tiff.
; --- The fire per :
tf'r"on C. nty, \f f.ril 11. 1" U tm. ; is
? .. Scretarv of i 11" T<'rntorv.NovemlHT TiOlH'C.ALL We- have neat b d-ri'ouiis. a parlor !tefullv furnithed ind New Orleans (selected bv the first hou*." in the health has considerably improved ; aDd I hll.

; l lr, 1S4". 17 Not ivc. ,. .lhI..., above[ pines, with the (at"t care and attention doubt but that the Medicine ku re'teved! bu I
.' -- --- --- person md! !Mnl to t the e-tati (If IJ./hrrt "i ith I curlains.e.trJ.d.sofa, C'PII''re.t H..man., lIT ..: ,.; JO rPlt I1H4NCH. I0B* BRA.MI1.f. IX rronths alter el tie, I tail apply to the lion. I !! '', I\itt et t Leon County, lreasM, "ill mirrors, I Imdd arid a piano : airy verandahs for sum- particularly fo: this market) all seasonable goods in much to be dreaded Worm. The Specific*" & .

', <\L. RIC.\ \<: I. I S Jiidze of Prclute f..r Jet 'rs.'n Count tor lettersf mike immediate pivrner.t to the sni,. rihu011 nor retieats ; an e\tin.ive enclosure for evening 'he above line which they (trrr low for cash at high repute this place and is without donbt.in. _
I ATTCR\n\ AND! COUX ELLORS AT L.\IV, di..miccion -s Administrator cl t Fxlinimdfira.\, late Ihtise} IIKIIII cluris t.III..I: sud stiff, mist present rin: &!bb s; a carriage for morning; and evening nelrs. their stirs in Tallahassee or Montirello uable remedy for irllls. .
"o.. County' elecease l lnEORfJF tit t< VdiiiinMratoruithin; tin furnished with IK oka! and newspapers ; L. & II. GREEN BERG t CO. JOHN J. LirmWhiteville .
; >UIR1D\. jf eu.] tin'TII (for pain*: > a n adnu room
r T'LI.'I.\"JF t IIP Southern Lil. : ; : U*. STANDLEY.J. tine re.itimdb} \.\\ .or t tin \\illlel.irraloj reco.-< : and moreover various meins of aTMHf inentCliiplain .- Mareh2llclfi. Ti Harru Co.Ga., Jan. 10, ist. i
: cnml..til"ilh (1I --- --- -
I .: : : THEIR.i Tru-t f,unpanv luvinntirelv tas:I. .. Ters.m r.,untv. Jinuarv: l>d.' l 1-.11:. _'*. t"n t\* R T. 1RC'lIrTT.: I I Admnistrator ,\ results in (the buiblmz and preaches to 'lax ColleclorN Police. DR.
; MaY '" 'Ii., .1' Sibbilh! Leitersot m' uirv should WOODRUFF'SDYSENTERY
i 0, :; \vill I're9er ith atteritum Till.haswe., 2 '" t the patlenlsevery)
they .ir 'lt-ih'h' OliC?. :: __ .\\'F. tlli day levied upon the following lots or \
I .' ." to their profession. Notice.A be directed to Dr JIII1. G\LP, Phy.icnnand! Ill e.f land The north wet half of the northeast
I They atten(1 the "supreme r,jrt, of the State, '-lx mtll'"',*. after djte, I sll.III'r(!erit to the lion Sii, "ri':tenduit (,f t I.e Eastern; Asylum. Wilharns-
and the north pat half ef the nerO
." and each i t,t- Courts l'>r the Middle Circuit. t..J .1al.e 01! Pro'nfe t)r J,'tTt-..m (\'unlv. my (fcnal persons indebted to the estate In
west n twentv-one. Township ,
: March Is U ac-osnI ant tcttMhtfr as 1 1eoutf of Tlioma LVoo idbkins, ilcejs, late of Ix m C"lI:1IV.' are !. I II I, is 10 31 cowlOw qmrtcr Cholera and
j Infantum
\ l., late '! aiJ! ominf, d'f'a"! d. and shall tl.cn Iwrdlunlit.1; fIat I'"nYlt'ni must be made \\itlxnitd. I Range three, confiinm such ..' Sll'.LEVJgtnt: further nidi:- i.f land, moore or less, anti l tc be sold before the CourtHouse Complaints of Children.
disnu-sion E\ S. S. ,
jouvATTORNEY InSIU:. !r1I.% for !letters ef \ as otor! 'lati as no I WILLIAM H. WARDTTOR.NFA I
- .VT LAW m\J nux M\: call be granted h'r, in (the town of Quincj.cn the first M&ndjv -

1 Clulnc\. Florida.WILL Je n f'f' on Cr.nnty. March ", IMS;. ut.lX IU; j'enn. \\'I': UY :I.\'XlG.Jm'r.. .\ : .\' LWM I GE:': \. .\ ..'T. in July l IMf, for the Countv' taxes due GadsdenCountv From lIo),. II Jf: inihard late U. Sat .\rIA I

t. a'U-d the Justices' Ctlrt. (,f C. ..;Mm __ _J T. brt :ir1*. l tt.; '.2 ___ ('iy( of 'a..hlmtoll I). C.T fr the veirs I" I II, isj | and 1S45 and cosls. Belgium I
\011' '. the \J.1IcNO Hilchrist
... ', tlw Circuit; (".irt "t Mildl' Honli, ( ) Jrr.CTI.TLt.Y announces tint be will attend property HOUSE or RiFsrjtsTAnTrj,)
: : anl the ra'lrt. 11 th' ;.1'j ic<.it C' ,"ti. 1 c iv" ;r.lA.S tntithsaft&rditc, I shill! present rnv final acco NEW SP'RlNG"GOODS I V to i Iht' pros, I'.ti""I.f Cl.urns IM.fore the several J.IISOTI1LLl, Washington, D. C., April 1. 1S44.! }] i

N-rtetiilur. I-1 I:i. Is tf.1 a ii:t o.id \vouchers: the .\.dmius.t'atrsstuc *ar'i- Eveutive 1).'pirti le-its of t liFe G'>vernment, and Quincv.Der. 2!, isf;. -21 Co. Ta\; : Collector. Dr. Woodruff. My dear Sir: A few days sinct i

3entinel c.< s..I.d..C" u..I I, arid apt Iv to the lion Jj.te ol j. it.Ir I"OH"'USI I lui ai'i'lthe! Flute Stat.sf..r Lands or Money, Laws of Florida received the Cordial which you were good tnwgin J

__. \ __ l'ru'It": .if JolTerson ConnIe fer I.-tfcrs cl dismission > hOW rccei\ii! p<'r l hra, Rt public, aol daily e\- 'otl t hO sitlleiunt of Public .\re-ouuts to claims be- FEW Lass. of Florida late send mE'Iy (friend Col. SUl urn tons wcsj

'- .';-a .; = 'i--f 4-, lIe .kdmi'iiatrator sail 1 rst.ite. JI'f'ti.lt per brir [Pi'conn In/in X.w York a hu>' (lore t'(ilnrriis.i.iiiers undxr Indnn or oIlier'Tr'ati, A Sess: ,copies l sale Pamphlet have part of it ; the remainder I have laid wide it
: n, ( by
CaMMlSSlfiN' I -fEFCHJJKT .\I.IAMiFROTT.! awl:1 I ..I..c! I. .1.I .. .rthunt( 1,1 l I I.* \\'V .AM ST.\- to Pre:e'mj'lion a->d other I.and C\im. an.I to (liejiroenlring M.nh '21 I. \\l;. P. A. H\YWARD use when I may need it.
J' I.rsrn Ct.ufity, April *.'% i l" ";. Iii t'raJV I'LK: tll\ (.()lJis, s..ut..I.lr! t tl.c irin; and Sum- "I' I.alull'atl'uts, to Pensions m therrnv On the other rae I have added a statement nf ti

I' ?.). 1. Front I. \4. ----- oiler.OIX in-..' tr.id>.. con,i"ttn4 III pait ..1 I lie f.llo\\in : Til Navy, or business Conner ted Ilu.r.\\ ithi. fe the Male rrix-Collecloi'% Sale.BY appreciation of it as a Medicine.

RLE \ \ S. T.a. l'. cPinit Pjris Shade Rfb" 3, seieltifie ., ...tii 1 Invention Ha*in- Used the Cordial ot Dr M WaxJrf;
!> ", ob'iinn. of Patents for r u- virtue ted I shall
: .'tteni ." \\l\\\ I XT, sI.LLIVG: KFCFIV- I niontlm aftt'r dd4: we shall pr< siit our ac. ,: nfthi-peos;r ve In me hy 13.1
WILL; 4',1 FORWARDING, with :",ptii< s .J r xwil cnrr "it and vourlw-is to the 1.otI.! Joels-' Uhite LIIII Drill :I hr. nch .: (', -, and to all other business (.f a public! nature re ,po.e for s.tie, bel<.re the Court lloii.edocr, in e.o not. hesitate to pronounce it a most valuable Siicrie .

cl = IT , a"J
rt'h. Fiisirid Bansly. ;r"lu.at.-d iiIes: Claims I'Dindividuals! I'romr.llyat-rIJeI1' to, we sometimes suffer with in the South,I knew actin -
-ftr of Jinnsion I'ldclltri oij 12
as rru'
oVCtneTW, l >. I't On in "
ihefirst Monday
Lania August next ; at all enal to it.
-- ,t'h} )1. White !latf < f 'I'td: <'out.Iv. .!.e.'a.-I. Pottonjd. *, titles inveMiei'fd &.c.
: : .. .IXO. G. (;A)1UIE, Jr.: : TIIEOPHIIFS! i UFVPTY:! Yoik Mixtures, \\111 Miislu Inlorrnation given free of charje.11 letters the following property so much thereof as wilt: HENRY. HILLIAKX

: -f n hi&i Prot'-ssion r" cst.tl.tl7.1": ILLIN: .\. IIEMTY.: rtmbroon Nii/.m, ;I'anry llordean! IIcrna( be pot-paid. I piv; the State Tax due on the same for tfieyear 1S13.

J..(f Co Fe'iruarv ., C.Uun" ; mi v-arU, RFEF.RENCIS: : W i. N %V4SIsT2R2NandE.adjomning TQ Dr. .4I. Wovlrvff:
of Tallaliassteand 1 its "vieiuitv 'r*>n jntv, >. 1 K. tl "rnSolit
.. Midoti Drillinj :Rich Satin stripe DaregeLuht s lands to Col R W. \\ilhams Dear Sir : My little on was attacked with Dpo.tery .
: -- ---- ---- ----- I lion. A \,,1TF, i I.; s. Senate. belonging owner not
!o\ 1'--t.-l 1.1:1 -.---- -- Ij t :(. Plaid (;in ham. : Scarfs, JA: liAsNsr.N knovvn. about six weeks! since, violently. IcalMa 1

: 'f} j1 L N -'IX tnr-d s\ill al'Ily EarNtun 'r.uJ'Yrt's) Capes, ALeX BHBOW The E !. N E 4 and S E 4, S 2'; N W 4. N E 4. (the best medical aid. without arresting the d!ms.

jL '\ Ff.Lm'ATt.\W. to the Honorable Jsrres E. B.oorne, Judjreol Cout Rich rrl'ndl\\nrk".lIau. tC e.JAlIEI S.o.IPLt, S', ;.T3.R2.l'andt-EtSfJ.S2 >; W i of I When I had nearly lost all hepe of recovery,I it-

I ..TOR"FXJCC: (ountj, I !'t, lrateof Leon county,fir l l..c"'rs ofdismissionIrointhe Irish Linens / fancy Silk iv-int-i, ii D R. ATCHI-ON, W i, S 3 d>, T 3, R 3, N and E, situated near Man- I cidently' came across your Ccrdial Aftn rciL%

I NtTTihMr J.OKT.2'!.laOltO': 1' "Iorlla. estate of F Brant. d..I.-...dF. Dain: A Linen Napkin, .Shaded fnr o Polka curd .4 f! ASIII.V.J "..,,..,'n.,.. .l.u.I........iis..;.. 'n., '..,IT.'L",. ...' r c... :._ i-.,..0...."... .......uSi : the certificates eent lemen whom I see recocmnd-

: WIFNKFR ) 44 Towels, Ii\: { han Mits, ii :i: IIRMSJ, of Illinois.S the Southern Life Insurance and Tru-t Cempinv. inC it, I concluded to try a bottle, and btgaa Upi

; 1.Ul'I'L. G. vlNFinionrS: 5 .\dmr. I.. C. .. (eir.b -super) 'Sleeve! and \\nst girdles II A. Doi-(;..*., The E; J. S E 4, S 9; \V !, S W 4, Sill. N W 4 f, it by directions one morningafter brrik/i tieiii

1'an.brics and Jacorutt, .l. if'i"A bite and colored .i SliTlRlSandISI7TlRiNardE.I I : noon, to all the disease was wtacj
( of
t r Jannsirv '19, I'.I. 'l'OtiCI'? ; WILLIS :Rn::. Kentucky appearance
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'.f o \'" F"J-i- 1 Orass (ith 1 kid GI"",,, .i JOHN PfniT.cf Indiana. e'rPI.t the E }I. S E: 4 of said "'ction, Iso, F |I. NV.jS17'f2IlNand'VE4NWfStT cured It has returned on him twice once,butts

ATTORNEY n(11) M LLOU: A T LW. Irn'i! ant thread Es1girs. Onts ilo. ii S. C. SMPLL, % been stopped as readily as before.

( lulur. Florida. I OIX tnonth after date I .hall applj to tie Uon. Cambric and Mu-line-( .;. J'rl ps rich Donnct Rib- tC C. B \fI"". 2, R I 1. N and W, adji.inrg the la.ids brloneire to Yer respe-ctfallv

.1 WILL attend t'.' M'C,'ral C.lrl. of Mid,lie Flo O ..TiuiIzof IV.bite in and f-u .'lr.'rs.iu f'ouutv for ia',s .tiid IPS. rtmzs) lxin, ii J. .\. \\KII.HT Ceo; T. Uard. Exj'r.,ahuut fire miles south-east ol WM. L. BALLAIDLGeorgeton
,. a'I.I I of lh-f:Uur (; 'r'ia.C i l litters <.f disBii.-sion a. Lcutor of John Mode, Lace Tallahassee krown. nRandolph Co. Ga. 10,1S45.
tvunt' Hlai k TriininiP Fancy Caps 4. J. I B. Buwn, of Missouri.J owrer net ,Sept.
.a J11'la 3. l".\<'. 'l late of end county, di-'."litod.II.nny I, Gimptn ln"ertin. Rub Fancy ">ariM.leMe3, ii ).i. I IIiriiFHF. I ; -, The E i of N W 4, of SSinTIRlNandW I ,

: 1'Jios. JiH. Men. MOORE. Prillh.d Pans i..an t.., A Iart?Q asirfment of .. >R\ Dope.r of '\I con in. sO acres, near Lake Jackson purporting to belong to A fresh supplvxf the above valuable med-iSM.
.t ATORXE.XUCcnX EILon AT I. \W. Jefiir,in Count Janutrj !7, F.1/j. t 26 Om N S. '111'1I1delu lin. French .Fbweu April 12. 1M" ISCo1'nrfiiersliiii. barbs \','illi IIMMII.ANo j'lat received and for sale by Lewis & Ames Dnfcists -
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:1 \\\TlI1.contn'e pnlt: n .11t Sup<'ri .rid 'Nolfrr.SfX I'::i.t S\\i .Muslin, Fn straw' Bonnet*, : lilt. 'I1f1" tnt! town lots Lot No. 220 in 'the Tallahassee. al oby R.Marnin.P. SiManinton.Leon -

intv CC"lls'lf TeVrs, ('o-mty', aid in the II Ombre Eazle: Eve I ririnal plan N the city of Tallahassee, and part of County, Jas. B. EeardPM.Nicc>

-t Superior Courts ot tl.. Mid.! 11*' li-TietiidtleC Hii. monllis. after .fro.1 sbill j resent to the ll<.n. PUin wi'f and 1 Book do. I l<>nncc llflunikrsig'e-il. hni'IC thi."av ao.'(f"i3tl'1 Ib m- lo' No 171 ira the north addition to the city of Tallahassee ookie. Leon County S F. Eorncy Miccm-eka

.., : trofCr.lum"lal.I..E..I'rulf"lnc.' '. ; {, Probate for J'tij.r.r.. l',.nntv.' mv final rrnbre Bal/armes, NVajioIifan T ..."... t- _' .tbr 1I1I'r the firm of STARR. also lot No 7o in the south half of thecountv Samuel Puleston. Druggist, Monticello; Jobs tGunn

neidfnte.t ,nti..lo. Jdr.r "n CO'III AllbJIihesdrltrIst(1 aroouiit *:. 1 vouchers as Aihninisfrator of Fr.ncis ['rint..I" ; Pilled! Rut'and! LLOYD and I'L.\GG, will continue( the mercantile : vmter ot said city.. Merchant, Quincy ; Zabnd fletcher.!' JU

I : will be promt <1> atte:- Cast, Ute of mid Count, d I cf"a"ld; and shall 1'itiajpv Satin Stripe M"mrnirj Rich Lice business at the store fornerlv occupied bv W. FLlove Also the lands p:irj eirting to belong the Apalachicifia China Hill,Gadsden County Joshua DaTisofG

( dedth. (urlettersofdHinissionissu-h, \.Imilli..tr.cl..r. HaUaniK-j, Sa'n Victoruemb" c!, where( t hey will be pleased to ",-o heir fr.r- Laid ((,mT'"nv."I Ivinz in tie county cf den County, D Baker, P M, ChattaboocbieidWrn.

'.I I' .Mach 0, IStl_ '..IAew STEVIA'SBHirxi'IRS: : Brr Jeft-ra'in County, Jan-nrv 1'", isi'i ;. 2: in tria'd .4 %V. F May 0, ISJC
J Mu-lin, Pans lace LLOYD \vVt by the OcUe-cknv River South by the r'unty 42
York \ Iii Broadwa\
liljr- o. Notice.i The .')o\'e were MU-rte-l bv a gfntbinan (,1 I docid. F..r-nn l 1'. I ltC.! : 1J_ 1-.11. _!I L:'_\CG.Dr. f.f Uakulla, ami Ea,t bv the St. Marks River, and
JAMES J. BIRGE ..1 taste, and he rests js-iured! that tri>se who will known as part of Forbes' Purchase' In the Cireitil Court of the
inrtitl afterdate, I will resent account Ihlll'uhllonary Ital.aiii MIDDLE
call and c\arnine. catiiiot do otherwise than award A. A. FISHFR,
mc)8A1r) ..i ( vourhe-rs to the: I Hon. Judze <>I Pn.halc of him that er.Iit. For ('"II!"'. Colili .thmai, Croup Hioncfiitut, ShlT and rx-offino Tax-Col. L. C. Williams and Rebecca E. Wil!.
between the t flY Le-on Comity aol apply for I<'tiers ol h"
11't' mis ion as lie[ has also jut ren id from New DrleansRichcmbr'd : I I 7eiiin.; C'o1' Injliifn-a, Iloanrnns January 21, isjrt. 27 6mAEW hams, his wile, Peter L. Banno>
and \NKLIN[ HOUSE: tvhfielcvill .hninitot..tur cf the James Simrnons
ts'atefl late
.4 HOTFL ,'rlll10. Sinrnfi.i or AWM in thrthtvt, /siltiiig'if. John C. Banno
I Ca'iton! Crapo Shaw 1>, \ t and Margaret E.
\ k ep.n hand rioic.election ( f <.! fni d coti'itv, ds ease-d.
: nFcl fi urixl Lino Cambric lor dn'.is, flfoit'l l'onOlml'Iinn.Jiffiwll! Barino, heirs of Elias Barmo deceased
; -
\\D! IXGI,1 l I CLOTHS \SSIMER- fc- SlI..\S D: ALLEN. PanLawns of nifalfiiHg, f.c. St. received per Prig: Sampson Narrative of the la Ci
r INGS, ,. ] wfoIJ solicit, a <'o;:1 tiiiueice F..nmv' I II. Is-r. 3"} CmXotiro. 5) Expiehtien to the Rocky Mountains ard to Oregon r*
I I ( .II..I(1h. u Embroidered: Relies, article has long been held in Inch tima- James D. Cash,Willinn Holland. Sarah
of of la fneni'! b'li.-!
1'1 patrornj" i ri THIS and North California in 1S43 arid1 b J.
I'lark bread \Ialltlll'l.-orth 'o. tom the inure of diseases of the breast and ) Capt. Jane Holland. Fenj C We t,
liZ he will t be enabled ti them the ir.ost r.t.r.batisfartion. C. Fremont 37
/I\'e SIX monll after date, I shall apply to the lion Long Silk O K. Milts (new stvle) luncs. and i iTend to the public as a remedy deserving The price j cts. William H McMillia! John G.

; ec1.p l of Probate for Jetl( .r-.n ((untv' for 1 Ic'Hc.tIt All of W'IH! b I b> tiers out).t'moat reasiDableterm1'. a trial bv all who a'e (thus dfllirted Crescent and the Cress, Iy Eliot "Warburton .Camp and Charles H. Dupont. ,,
I, April 5. 141.5j 7l 1I11 otrJ.ed edition
Es-q of the
.' --- ..f duw'sion a4 the \dministrator of Jacob Carter: March J I. I Mi;. ':: Particular directions aceomiianycaeh bottle eif(the Pilgrim's- Prepress, appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt.ij

j M'CANT & SP-ENGER--u--- late d said .vdecease-d. --Matr- Tix-CJolIrloi's Sale.BY inedirmo Price '>(t) cents. and'I upnruProverbialPhilo3' 'phy a book of thoughts the affidavit of complainant's solicitor that '

JOHN F'FEM\N In arguments originally treated, D. Cash of the defendants bi'leJcott-
Sold in Tallahassi, londi. one lo the
1 L t"I7"W.. Jr{..r...n Pou'itv Febnnrv 7, IS SO. rtn 29 virtue of the power \esfed in me hy law I LEWIS & AMES Druggists. Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield, plaint filed herein, resides beyond the limits of tLi
h ill for before the Court Moi-
sale Dante's Poetical
: Work
-- -- ----- translated
---------- expose H. T.
) DeremVr 0. I ISIV 21) Cary State, and within the of the Cnrti
: jurisdiction
.J \\'TI jrCtilp. Notice. door ill tin town of J..pcr. County of Hauiltcn.in The Philosophy of Mystery, by Denily, *
Court of Appeib., and in tin States, that is to within the State of Toils
,J.i nonths after date, I .h..11 aj'plv' to the Judje; SamuelV.. Cnrni.el', Sn.iiis.'I n.Stc- Holmes life ol Mozart, say
SIX Tilt first Monday in Sejitftnbfr neif M Ordered *
'er C'l2IItiv* u Georju ()dice at MmMeelJo'S30RiVAICI That the said James D. Cash if?
Pnbite for Jellerson C.mntfor ]< tt ,
!' the following 01 answer
1\ Fa.:! ____ ___ ____ pt. :H.! __ as d'hninistrator of Norrntn high h.lale ofMiir prooert ATTORNEYS AND NSFLLORS AT LAW Parker's aids to English composition. } t
pav the State and County taxes due on the same :for herein, on or before the first Monday of Octe
l >. < nntjdci' isid I. JFLIL'S I I HIGH.J.r.'r.cn1"laty I I.
the % |SV| in the and Changes or Life as it Is,by Charles next, that the be taken &
ear : foimed a partnership practice of or same as confsapd by
; R1N.VAtreta the su'ix nVr I l'i miles Januirv 10 Q;
l"IIj.; CmtdiauissisIiator's H\VE
l t The S E i nl| Sec 11, and tie. F. | of the N E ,' of ', and will give their joint attention to business Burdett. Rural Economy by Boussinghault", said James D Cash and the ccmpltinants bare If11
east of lalla'iasset the t'i of ..j 3 3ust
i 0 ipht --------- ---- --
j fe tIl. otice.c. S<.c ".'1. and! t lie, 'Jllirl' section :M I, and I the \V t of iches
: a ne:ro mau1OJ. ti\'e '.t.'C i 3"., and the E: \ (.f the SV 4 of Sec 2fi, all ot f T -', and I in the Courtus of Jackson and Franklin ot the Book of Good Exinples, by John Frost, order be published once a week for four rr Ltlu pi**

ani a lulf high ; I ; r'Ilple"i011. and inr'li-! !I X i"imh" afterdate tie niKbrsi! nmlvv ill make R I 12..nd E The N E 4 1 of S _, ar d the N i of Western Circuit. Scare i i. B. STFPHFNSill continue The book cf Christmas, fly Thomas K Hun)', riots, to the diy af .resaid,in one of the newspaf*"
I pent CO'lllpn.'ICC: : p'akeJ forehead, wit'i a *. .arit .": Ins i ial nti'rn aixl exhibit to the Jud. e of Pro- Elinor Wy His edited! by J. G. Cooper
I S 1, and (tui- N F.If S I I. F I, H 12, Nand E..pur to reside at Quiac S.HIl'ILV.. CIHMACK published in Tallahassee.
), extending between the eye-brows to the root of hi.j (sate for Ix-on Con tit), as administrator! on the isttte The Iluil'Husband The Squire, The Heiress by Dated 14th
porting to belonz to the ("sl iteof HectorV. liradin and J. UtLFK IiAKfR at Tallahassee One of the May,154G.
..: I,* tIOS The; aboit above? thirty reward year will(,h. to ..f Roderick Mclnnis dr( f'aoc'd. and ask for a discharge Also, the N W I d the S i E: 4 of S 7, T I. R 11. firm will spend a part of his tune at Apalachicola Miss Pickering, (Signed) GFO. W. MACRAE.

said slave ,given the any person of apprehending as such adi/iinistrator N and E, purporting to belong to the estate of ana will attend to any communications directed to Ascanio or the Sculptor's Apprentice. by A. Dumas Judge S. Cir. presiding m M C. for Gadsd CoA -
Tom -
on .diH'ry el.e JOHN MANNING Adm'r.Mirch Washington Dunham that place Love an J Mesmerism Horace Smith true copy :
:iJ tame to in' my I II I, I"Iii. u| rm The il nitrated of Palestineby Jno. Kitto
: a Ilantati'>cms. L. POWFLL Also.the S i E4: of S 31. T I. R 11, pu-porting' to December 20, 1"4'. 22 history L R HRRIS, Clerk.
The Manuel If Matrimony, by a Bachelor
belong to the I.state of 1 B njarnitt ChairesAlso -- --- May 16, 1646. 43 4m
I April II. ISir -JS liiiinislrator JNolirr. Nand F. Land Mysteries of the Backwoods, by T. B. Thorpe aUthor -
Sections 2" and V, in T I I. H 12, I Apnlncliicoln Company.
4. CIATIII.\C1 CLOTIII : SIX months after date I shall apply ta ,the lion. purporting to belong: to the estate of Tlwraas Livingston : persons are hereby warned not to trespass, of Tom Owen, In the Circuit Court of the

., AL\P.GE assortment (,f SPRING and SFMMFR( Jiuile "f Pr"hate f.f Leon Coi'-itv* fur letters ALL to make use (.f. or commit waste in any unlawful A Winter Gilt for Ladies, beirg instructions in MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COt'N'T1

: : Also, BOOTS. SJOr. I IATS.! (,f ciMiiision on the estate of Charles A. Nelson Also, the W i of the N E 4 of S 31, manner on the lands of the Apala,h'icolaI Needle-work IN CHANCERY.

V. ( &c.. jut rcccivd and for sale bv 1 late of aid Countv. decea-J<"d. The F. I of tie S W 4 of S 31, Company which have not been regularly disposed Fleming Field Nich nire1ow. The Orange Girl

r I. i I. GREEVBERG & CO. JAMES; ,A. BERTHF.LOT. The E i of the N E: 4 of S 11, of 15U.:s, or our mpetent agent or agents of Venice, The West Point Cadet, Between William Bellamy. Ex'r.

: Ma'ch2l. 1 isn' 3 i_ Surviving Admnistrator. The W I iof theSE4of: S 33. heretofore, as the penalty of the law will be strictly Love and Murder Durbin's Observation in the of A. Bellamy, dec'd., Com-
March 21, 1 is JG :-j- m East, Clark's Crsar, Plav fair's Euclid. ptainant, Bill for foreelff-
The N E 4 (If thS E: 4 1 of S :H, enforced aeai'ist all olle'i:dc rsApplications '
E. i.4H\AKD, Jr., --- ---- I The S W 4 of t the S W 4 of S '.'7, nil in T 2, R 11, may be made for purdlal(.!Iea..el or No '( j Penmanship, New Music, Paper for Window vs. sure cfgagf.tc.mo
.1 ? : Iii, frunds the pu'.li Notice.QIX Curtains, House Paper end Borders. &c.. Mary Rowlcs, Executrix of Joseph .
I., .IIJ ( \c
INFORMS N and F.1'0.. tbe F.: i of the N W 4, and the W otherwise, for the tmdi.posed of portions or tracts !
'i, f 'is !'ak. n lIe store on tb- ror months. aft<-r dite, I shall present, mv final ar.rount i of the \ E 4 of S I, T I. R 1 11, N and E:., purport- 1 "f siid lindslvmg I and being in the counties If Waknlla For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.JrMT.r. I R Row les, deceased, el.al. .
-- net of.M inroeid t 1 T'w Iln.lr.,1 F-M. 1.) and vouchrrs to the lion Jmlpe! .; 2... IblC. 27 .. Defendants .
a ( f ProIatt" ill! to lulone to I Ihees'atr of I llirdy Bryant. LtHin Gadsilea: aril Franklin and known as

p -. slrc'N.. nearly "Plll.ilt the 1"'I' in aid for the Countv c,1 1 Jtlfiison! and apply Also, tb N W 4 of S '?><. the W } of t the N .. (.f S I the" Forbes Purchase,"to our d'llv authon/e-el gent TO PRIftTEK IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cocrt,by tbaflidavit '

'. I, .__ _; ,hi r'- '1Ia be iund a 2-nt.ril .s..r. illni fur a discfnrjre \diniiistntrr' tfr Louis turn of tin 2<, the N l E 4 1 (ii I the S W 4 ,,f S '!(u>, tbe, S W 4 'If tieS Mr J\ME E. BJn'IIF. in the vicinity of O .mcv.. Type Foundry 1 Printers FurniJtin Jl'arehovst. ot ccmplamart, that the delendi.Wj

4 If '.IUIp DRUGS \M II -:vIEDICINES.: \ -" art'nti.tn --tal<' ot Jarnth: Hall, lat. <.t 1 t-ud cosiiitv1 (Ioe(':isidV.'M W4 (.f S 17. ,He' Fiof: the S W 4 of S 17, th.SW JOSEPH DFL.\FIELU, Mary Row les, Executrix as aforesaid, r cs des cute

dt4. paid: In ord<'r< <.f Pbvs.-ians; and J 1'1'l'r";' HFDD. 4 of the S E; Jut S Ii, all in T I, Rant 1.1.\ LEWIS: CFRTIS flM HE 1 subscribers have opened a new Type Foundry the State of F lorida, and in the State cf Virjrw"It

4 t j All ari ides lrufltt.1 go'>J <|ualitv'. Imn fi>r "'lA''i. i .f-rson! C ,lInl '. Januirv I 17, |l"'I'i. r rom and! r:., purporting to belong to lahnund B. 'a.S .\. Trustees of the .Jpalachicolti iMiid Co. in the city ol New York, where they are is Ordered That the said defecdant do appe"|J*

.-* He hn jot r.I\.1 a Mip'.lv of SHI;:f.M.VWORM. : -- E: i e.f (Ihe S W 4 of S 1 I. T I, R 11, N allJ 1 F. January 10, isf.| re-ady to upply[ orders to any exter, for any kind ol answer said bill within four months or the sir*

r $ :OUGII, C\MPHOR and C.\TH! MITIC i.illili.tI"OI'.itr.; ; ; : purpjrtin folxlon to the estate of \'.m. J. Mills. _____ job or faney Type, Ink, Paper 'as.a, Galleys, Brass shall be taken for confessed : Pivnded. That powcation -
'..OZI'XGlvalfJtltl.: arliele-, and the most agreeable Notice. : Rule, Steel column do.,*Compos.n; Sticks Chases
iiH'iil'.s after (hle, I will apply to the Honor. MILTON J. BRYAN be made of tMs order in some newspaper
i ';- form of j
'S POOR MAN'S PL\STI: :<, the ol iisini'tion as administrator of the estate ot Fd.ruirv Os, I isift :I'l rm THE .,. of the Aplaclucola Land Company The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from an months successively

: c'hear""lt and 'beat pWe ever oflbred to tinpu'dir' Jukhiia SilN, late>f sAid Count, c\'I''a..f'd. --- ------ -----.- js prepared lo It.1I or rent such portions and tracts entire new set of matrixes, with deep counters, arcwarr.lntl.t Dated 12th May,"1846.

t. t- tot Rheum&tum, Pnin the Back, Si(!(.,an.J Weal.- SOLOMON SILLS, Adm'r. ynw Q Q 1aI of land within the Forbes Purcha.se, as have not been to be unsurpassed by any, and will be soldat (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE,

v. 'U'U..c. IMirtiirt' 7,_!".lI1.! __ _t>: __ Om; I 9 00 1'1I'CKSric style l Print, Muslins Gin regularly ebsposed of by said Land Company. Perxonal prices to suit the times. JudgeS. Cir presiding in M. C. for GacWenCM. -
5 Alo. DR FOLGER'S OLOS \OIArfir Al.!. -.I bams, Bare-ce-s Hil/annos.: : Minim Ging inlt'rviE'may be bad with the subscriber at Printing Presses furnished and also Steam Engines D. PAPY, Solicitor for Complainant.

;, :; '.. liE LING BALSA M.an invalu al.l.artici'.forCoids: N os Ice. hams Shawls Se-arfs, Capes and Collars Gloves, or in the( ne i ighborhood of Quincy, or litters may l lit of the most approved patterns. A true copy :

i : Coughs, Asthma, I'le.-dui2 at (lie Lun<(s, Coi'Mimp-: SIX month aflerdate, shall present inv final ac- Mitts hosiery, a Miptnor( assortment of Laces and directed to him, through the Post Offices at that Composition Rollers east for Printers. I. R. hARRIS Cleric.

t. inn an i its Iciiv1r. di'tses Paiopblets, rontair.-. :and vouchers to the I lion Jiile ol Probate Embroidered Miiilin Trimmings, and a variety of place and Tallahassee A mcchmi constantly in attendance to repair May 16, 1S4-J. 43 4m

e in; certificates Inrn persons in Itizh fatidirz. respecting in and for the dninlj of Jefferson, end lien apply articles toe numerous to mention. Just received JAMES E. BETTNER. ./.geatof presses and do light work.

I. its raluibU efietts, can be had grali. by aj!'- (,.ra discharge as Adrnmn-trator rf the estate' of and for bale by the Ti listen of the.Ipalachicola Laud Co. Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three times Notice.

I pyinabove. Stephen Woolf late of aid county decea e date I apply
t 4 Tallahassee. Jannarv 10.) 1RH 1' If SOLOMON''E. M\THFR March 21, 1 IS.10. 3'NOTICE. above six months' insertion in their p"pt'ri and send SIX of Probate Ceuntr tor !lett'
for Jefferson
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5 5r ij : I*"tr Nalr- Person County, Feb. 21 is'0. :31 fm @JSJOSIIF.F.TINGS. their papers containing it to the sursctibcrs. of dismission as Administrator of Mary Savage,! '

.*Ui WELL \electe
A rro t approved Enzliih islitions of standard Notice. FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE: lit THE SOUTHCIBCUIT of Staple and Fancy Dry (Goc.d. February 21. IS-IC. 31 Cm GTORfiE JONES

13 works, consisting of about one thousand vol'imes! SIX months after dite the utndersrned Adminis- or FLORIPA. Boots Shoes, Hats, &c.&c., suitable for the Spring LAW NOTICE. Jefferson County, April 2% S4tX 40 ft**
I d : For particular", pply to : (' of Jeremiah Bentley. deceased, late of THHE heirs of John II. Sawyer, deceased, will trade for sale cheap by r -

JOS F BYTIII'.WOOD..h4 Nffirson County, will present their accounts and L please notice that intend to institute( proceedings STARR LLOYD t FLAGG. mwn Ij lla Notice.

January 10, l jr. 05_Oeilla,JelTersoii fVmntv.sTAnn venichers to the Judge of Probate of said County. forthwith in the Circuit Court for the Southern April 18. 18 'Irt. 39 WILL; resume the practice of Law. Orncr ii' CJIX months after dj-te. I shall present to thi
Circuit of to foreclose the I holduponcertainreal
.t-.t. and ask for a di*<'harpe from raid administration. I mortgage Y A.aD. I-. honorable m and fcr '
I.I.OVD & FKACO Judge ol Probate,
rotate of John II deceased LAW NOTICE.
April 2.;. W8. 40 County of Jeffer and
now receiving per Brig Fmeline from New SAMUEL BENTLEY 5 Adm in the city of Key West situated at the corner of rpHE undersigned have united in the practice of' as Administrator,on.Natnaniel m% final account demsed.wr

ARE and Schooner Home from New Orb-ana, Jeflerson CountyMay 2, I&ffi.( 41 fim Duval and Front streets and knonn as part of lot J. Law. They will attend the several Courts ol Just Received by J. R. Fortune. shall then of Sanders di-mnsion, is tech

of Rio. Lagnira and Java Colfee, loaf and crushed Sij.ear. number three in square number seven according to Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida At the Phienix Buildings' per hug Emeline from Administrator.apply for letteM of W GOOrMAK--

I Wine, Brand, .Flour and complete a.fiOrtmt'nt Admlnifitralor'ft Notice. A. G. Bowman's plan of Maid city.CHARLES. and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the New York: Jefferson WILLIAM 42 fill

of Iron Steel Nail. 1*. I months after date shall present my accounts MALLORY. Western Circuit. Also the District Court of the Java Coffee, Fresh Malap Raisins County, May 9,1S46. J JQIX

February 2J. 11.1. 31 SIX vouchers and make application to the Judge By S. R. MALLORY bit Attorney United State to be held at Tallahassee and the Su- Son-.h ll'd Almonds Butt and Soda Cracker, NoI e'.

flf Probate of Leon (T unty for l letters of dismission Key West March 7. IMS. 33 eow4m rreme Court of the State of Florida. Ship Biscuit Crushed Sugar. month after date, J will apply toO tk.P' "

Florida Supreme Court Itcporl as Administrator on the rotate of Bartholomew Es- Take IVolce. THOMAS RANDALL. Olive Oil Brandy Cherries. Judge of Gadsden County for a ducliwpc fr

r publ!_!C-d. 'n<3 for wle at thi CMRc/*, or h lick, dweas"il. of said Counlv. AN extra price viII he paid for Hides stretched S THOMAS H. HAGNER Lm. St Rasp. Syrups, Sup. fine Northern Flour j execntorship of tb. last will of Robert D/4rFdeceawd.

.JUST P V HAYWARP I IXa JOHN MYRICk-. \dm'r pegs, after the Indian fashion by Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Very superior chewing Tobacco, small and large L. W. SPRATT-

tI. I'Co\ 4 '-. "'iai I .1'' 21 m Mav 10 ; si:, 4. M L BAKER Tallahassee February 11, r 4'l > :31 plugs. May 21, is 16. \t January 9, [17] 1$46. M 6m