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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 18, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
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Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
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- the Boston ..rtlU.ldr'. ,.19(1'. i T 9. Our United States-As I Government

from THE BATTLE OF BUNKLU HILL. it the has first never in science been excelled, arts and; arms a a People; a country i-
Ta'E a
checriully comply with a to pub. : H HS.
, We request
I ; her influence is elt to earth' remotest

" the IUh tcCf\int the foltowing that Hon.interesting rf'dham1:1 document.'nlrl It), i is a IF'LORJI1JIAN I ',I bunJs.r and blessed.at her name nations rise up and.

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IUJ'1'iwr uf the battle' of Bunker: Hill) pave of [6 cheers-Air : Home, sweet home.
be remembered of tl at ",.inn. It I \u. __
that g trbit 10. Our fair Florida-Vith the most gen
down by a reporter, from his lipq. at .
tAke erous soil, the balmiest air, and the serened
of the last celebration at Bunker BY S. SIBLEY. -
the time .
jiout sky that Columbia knows.her sons and daughters -
bow1g Hill in lS43at which the venerable gen. TALfcWASSDRIDA) SATURDAY JULY 1 IS, 1516. VOL. 1VII-XO. 52. can never fail to render her conspicuousamong

Jeman was present. It \\ill l It observed thai .rl.. ......,, 1.____r._ __ -., I -.,n. ___ her illustrious .isl r..
.etio.t account is from this cause % une\\ hat ram. ry u' .au.o lorce lit neastworK : 1 lit gap It'IWt'fnlt' dirt brea'!work ?._ --. -
the just a? they began to force it I :;Td;;;; [ chus-Alr : be king but Charley.
went with a mes. the hay hirea'tvork! found in ,l-ifub'o: W1o'l
was rods I
I and desultory in its form but we hue :but C5 ; it I'' -v: * bling sage from Col. Brewer and their council to might be ao I stood in the '' !: Go into 11 /I system f general Etucat'DIThtonl
WLkIt thought best to copy it without alteration. The I ; gap n'"elf He lryw it in si wet spring ason. proportion in this waste liquor. your of Freemen !
) 1. 1 original from which we print is signed by Judge restcott to know whether he wanted anymore was ihen asked about the tirn-. Ir that you, I wouItMiied, 4t you had taken me with j I! stable! after it has ben pent up all night, and! make- }palladium and our daughters Liberty.wise and good.

Mtrnard and attested by three respectable men. He said it was no ue to send for; people! might diJli-r! about the length of time Oom various partaken a handful of this I.ii I you will find ths \ of the ammonia and your SOlS will want neither sword or

' witnesses. any mor-tH')' were then putting their guns occupied by the attacks and the pauses between told you exactly what: farm, and would have sometimes strong enough to make your {eye your country

h0. 20th 1543. X.IDII)11nx.Rn: m''r rampart, said he_take their guns them. He thoulJift think the first attack 10W. I woul-i'have toM yowained, as I dpredominates smart and intercept your breath. Take a iittle shsclJ. cheers Air Od"e on Science.
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r IIIIIth : JCNE away twitch 'cm awn; and you that can lasted more than 1:minutes ; between here cannot >asi\-ntl! !Guano; in a wet ;in water, and mix [
t spoon .
'" a) ; .._aged ?? on the 15th August 1It'1'-U"C the handle! stone* =eiz 'em and knock ,'hicl I. 12. Agriculture and Commerce-
about/ that and the second attack was over an hour; ture wlen the sun acts powrriuily i oi *'iuisI a pinch of quick-lime in powder with it, to
the .
of
k. : On the night the IGlh (;o>l plough.And
following story As uon a they got in our men ceased filing he should think it hour and the ; ammonia anJthcn smell it it .p"
trIt thit'beed Colonel Prescott mor was an a I I[ air fcIily blows into it I the iaoi"turi 75. was sent off al tw\1
of June, of to break and' began to knock the r'-"uns aside to quarter. There W.t lime enough to get the I igums i flies off; ne\ertholess.! I wuul-l I han told "ot s i sal 'ime a powerful and puoit'rt odour of the \ prospero gmcs.r : .

'11 La,. '. with a detachment He waor.Wrd men to ground Hunker on on en with toll-give 'cm heavy punches: all fixed and cooli-il. There was about 'I' that in certain positions this soil rni:ht be us idt i, i gist ; taH! :-\. or :: : falt c the Drug- [ cheers-Air : The pioughiioy.

te I Bunker Hill. there feeling that they mut MI their lives th -re. the same time bi tween the second and third fruitful I, if it laid) upon 1 iiil.fu! geological; .'>rrna'ion .. i' roftag and formviful of this liquor) a it I hY I 13. The Fair-Th. connecting hint b-

0.-It lor Hill, but when they and got laid they ftzndBreed's Thc; didn't. know how ti this and they attack. They couldn't! get the troops over !I and with a most mOI.hcric a!poc'!.. small powdering of quin; thin sun, dash ia a I tween men and angels. ,

oUtrI was better Hthl'J out the went out again. Then we had a pretty from Boston: much quickt and parade and I I should: then hive examiu-d the geological! monieal gas \ ill fly of'IW;, and the ann.I The wise anJ ol revere ansi bless tl
110'hat fort and went back to jvork there ; PS they time. We hit 'em as the,' went out goo march ; and they could nut gel up so fast as strata II'r. and have ('llt you it was on a cod j I I wt-aLcrcffcct.! Tbko : .: though TIme. brave love, serve and protect tht. .

-, therndr told me ; (for I knew nothing of this myself their own guns. We took about 31 of their they). did before because they displayed: on IheI I tmnatio consisting bvds, limestone! ani 1 I tLo water as it flows into the puddle jffitl f-of [IG cheer-Air : Haste \the wcddiag.VOU'XTEEK .

,luaU. till the next morning-and as they told HIP, guns I should think. But immediately vonffeance march. He does not know what time the ac. 1/11 shale, near the surface, which: "cn., I it. and von will find it contains ;:ounces o
the detachment. : TOASTS.
I df.dtGral Prestcott commanded ) added to their determination and they tion commenced ; he had no timepiece, anJ orally underlay the worst land-ami sloping I ammonia and vrca. In 1,000 ounces of the I
her. ** We were ordered out early in the morning fell on again. We used such weapons as we did) not ask any one, L:1 should think it was f(rapidly towards the t'ast.t the moisture woult I a Guaiio; of Peru, by analysis, you wi find 210 rit ';'insS Mills-Gadsden, garden of Ho-
found out what the business and gal. '
and soon was could find ; ttones. the breaching' of our gun s. not far from i! o'clock in the at.'roon.rh'n drain away through th sands and down the: ounces of these same peculiar powerful !. awl\1P are brave generous
tr."Ur.. I of the
in JonathanBrewer' deserve the smiles
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we were going upon.We was and such things and gave Vm a goo'l warmreception they got across the neck it was a e affr slopevhilcthft! east wind. the most ryinl: I chemical agents not quite four times a muh fajr .
regiment. came there at last ; it was getting: full there and they sundown. and he f'h' uh think the sun was an and piercing of all winds, wo-iiJ blow with j which prou's, that in this respect this dirty By Miss lludnalI.-'hiu. '

and found them at work. We found Colonel) couldn't do anything! and many of them he.zani hour high when hey ll.f the breastwork. its keen droughty breath ;'!o the sandy soil,,,. [ filth il worth rather more than one-fourth of. Names, oli, how dearly I dear 1 a'f Sumpterevery -r u i

Woo*. Preolcott theft and Colonel Bieuvr wa ac- to fall and they cjuhered is if they were "There were no f'UCti at all to hurt the driving out that moisture which ha.l not drained :. ; the value of Guano ; in other words, that Jts, true born Carolinian. Nan se.i1. m :

quaint d with! him and went up to speak; to fright.Mied at such play! and they were soon British as they rip.a' away : that in sumrnrr your crops woukbe 1 II i than 4' ILs. of this liquid< which you were goi nal! as history and as high as victory and .. f.

rlU, Lnd ht him The balls were thru flung about u! I out a ain. 1hniinthiis i second 1 attack I saw a (;emieral Warren brought on a gun ; I impou-rUlied, Zlo! in long droughts prob.. i m!to ilraw otT: lay the hundreds of gallon>, is. fame coul render thorn r ,
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? "u very thick.t about eleven o'clock Gl'nerall I' British officer-I think he was a Captain- don know whether he used it. I did not see ably would; lot grow at all. I could have'' ( equal in value it: OH j pound of Guano. In by a lady -To the gentlemen f J !

l Late Warren ram? on. and when Colonel' Brewer I' come in with some pomp and he cried c'rit- him fire. shone you all this and you would: have kIWI I j 1 his analysis 'uui find rs ounces of thei i rIi-; May their mindser be t ,1' !;

//Ilrt net him. (they were old acquaintances.) he "Surrender you rebels." but Prl."scot: '' In the fort there might have been JOO that the farm was of small \alue. and l s.U'1 i phosphates of ammoni lime or magnesia | hIgh and noble purposes, SOS to reflect taw- t.

'tIb! 1 said. "General, if you have come" to.take"th. I| called! out in rfurre are no rebels, andh men. There were 1-00: it was calculated, your money. Your i ignorance has caused jot;!I i 1 the agents lor( you purchase and dis. I lor on their worthy State. j.
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"Sf'eo B lero command. I am glad to see you. No he ldt a little motion of his hand and that i along the whole! fort and all.!! There were to throw away as much as you have made: in I sohe! bons ; and about ounces of the sul By a lady-To the citizens cf Gadider. : j-

* to said. **I have come only as volunteer.. I was ttt bst word the British! ollicer spoke.He .- some gone home lIter the regiment were arranged many years of hard work.AI.TIFCIL phates atnmonia and sod i, with 2 or 3 ouucos county-May they ever be famed for virtue, 1 r

..tn did not come to take the command, but to act t 1 at ClCt. and their men retreated' at I lieed was d >awn at the Mystic with :,1\l'R;. common salt ; all valuable manures. honesty and bravery, an/1 be ever ready to 1 ;
enftha as a volunteer in any nation ; our perils ana I should think much sixty \iion Little somewhere I don't Thus would have drained around the banner.
once : leaving as as : was dlcrt. Now, friend Pr ti"t. continued Science,, Expcrment. you rally star-panl;; :
X IBI ? commencing" and I have come to lake my. guns in the hands of our men. and ten Britishrican I know where. Gardner was from little Cambridge I won't keep you standing much longer, j lestI t away the cIJitituent parts ot your mo"t valuable !By Willis Hudnall. Esq.. President of the

Til. part.. to one American. There was some of I : I saw him .htt., and! saw toy hirotherspeak should fire you.. which I make a rule never. I and costly manures. Had I been with day.-Kentucky's gallant son, Gen Taylor, j I t
Wei!
-Eittff B'ay with U5', General ?r' Yes he said he than they began to press luck a:ain ; and weformed i I Col. Brewer's regiment was in the open ftld. snnll expense of my fint'nncl gi\'e! rsi., I arrnTjnical gases which poison: your Dr. Little, of Quincy, then! rose and *tlJresseJ !- l

meant to stay ; and then the other officers in. j: column and went out bftwren their I pretty much the whole of it. I was in Capt. thence with th-m. You know veer iiiteiiLont. I !tai'! "!and float into the air from your cluic- the people at some )length in an eloquent tt i;

sisted upon his taking the command. They ;> a'J\auce and Charll1towu.hich( was then I I I Hayne company. My brother was a q>:arj friend, Sidnox Experiment over at Trial \ alloy .., hl.l; to the prejudice of the health of your ani- and pointed mannrr. h hI ;
Aid we have no officer to lead, that we ought i' I/rt down) Prtsot said : ** Go and save j temper's sergeant, l hut he acted as ensign farm. (111' great respect for Kxpirirnont .. II m-tls and your neighborhood! ; to prerv I By Major Johnston Vico President of the "

. to hare some particular one. for the orders to I yourselves, my)' bo} Th y ,:ere in two columns I I that day. He was two yea and three months ; he an actin and enquiring mind ; most carefully all that brown waste li-juor, I Jay.-E. C. Ctil'll-.'gemleman a leare I

'hr, come from and they Raid \rtncan't you and we pa!!.ed out between, them. He oldtr! than I. tried all now manures and all n"w p.auts.-. I either by drains leading into tanks, or by draining jurist and an honest man. He j
take the command *" and he said that h? didn't | said "don't othikall then their fire won'tdo [Some one asked why the' British did not In home things be steceeded-but in more 'I it into water-tight ponds beside jour manure Whig ranks, and they will honor him. .4 :!

think it would be proper for him to. Then I| so much damage ; go quick, but jro thin." march into the gap.] Mr.: :M. replied : things ho failed. Ho often consulted rno. heap. and every one lay bailing i intoI L'y K. B. Ker, Esq.-Th* Orators of ti .4 j :

Colonel Brewer said. We must have a head j 11 Mr. Maynard here left the account of the You must ask them, not me. They were wishing to know if this was a good manure.I the heap with dry sulphuric! acid, (or planter D'-Tho eloquence and richness of ,, Pt 1

and he ought to be a General. We are alii i general retreat and gave a !spirited and interesting repulse d! unmercifully. Iron ti.at place. I tho't for wheat o that a good mamf for corn ; tt !1 of Paris) to fix its evaporating gases, and thus orations, bespeak intellect and research : may t t

Colonels here and one Colonel is as good as j story of the manner in which he saved I i I1 had rather stand there. We could see better this would produce a grx-] vie.d or that a fine I I add riches equal t,> jour imported manures, their talents anJ attainments be consecrated ., t

I another." Then he found. I'restcott was there; I his brother, whom lie found wounded arid enable I how to aim. and they might as well take pasture. He used to spend! an i umense amount I daily t(your compost. and FKKE or CO?Too to the dearest interests of our common country. :

eelbte and he Warren, ) said. if you will continue to walk, but whom he happily: 'ircef>dod our shins as our heads. I fell you. a man don't of money in artificial fertilizers. Ho fent to j You, of all!! men in the world, must study na. I "tab

ttH to act as a council, I will give .you my views in carrying safely I to Cambridge. Til} reporter -| know how he will f tel in hi* first action. The Peru for Guano; -- :India for Nitrate of Sot'a.He t ture chemically arid scientifically. Let me By Co! J.V.. Johnston.- /a-Ir ;
foray a! commands: and if you approve of them I omits .givinc the whole of this narrativein gap was filled chock full with men ; there wasa burnt down forests mako potashes ; and t come amid live with you, and in your leisure I honesty :and capability characterize counsels ; :f

they can go as comma 11th." And they said the words of Mr. M. He was then a ked heavy column there, and: men each side to dug immense pits to procure brine and make 1 hours' I will teach you the value of the oWprnvorb. I : 5i'I

that amounted to the same as if be was commander about the burning nf CharJntmrn which he reinforce it. Warren was below the gap. salt. He roa.tod iron pyrites to muk' sulphuric : That muck itth- mrthcr ofm>riry." I By the 1st Orator of the day. Dr. J. II. ;f'

f'.1; and so went on. when any thing was had ornittci! describing particularly in hi> storyof asainst the hay breastwoik ; thi brought him acid ; and made a general gaTh"rInr: ; : I have lived with him since,. and he finis Verdier.-Col. Lauren of South Carolina .f

:ed. done git ing the orders. the battle.] about the centre of the line.a' I of "0 In f-iir.rl he triod every thin:he tho ac'iiiUit.on'; of knowledge quite: a simple A ch \Ier.; sans peur et sans reproche. His I 1!
J II CoL! Jlrewer then asked him Have you He said that .' some said" that Chnricstown Brewer, I know, fired hi- gun ; he had a i could hear ot t'. ,I often: pressed him to begin :1 awl :pleasant, thing, he smiles! at his former name is history's -she with her own eternal i;

th.ei. got an aid ?" No. he .said he did not think was fired after the British retreated hut that doubled barrelled I \General Pome- at the beginning and study( agriculture as a | blunders, and Bees how much he has lot by lips will sing his chivalric exploits. it

J. there would have been a battle. Then tht- this *vas not the fact ; he saw it burning:during roy : he was gn.; I knew him ; hr had his Science-to study first his Lati'ls, then Ins I not beginning my acquaintance sooner." By Clement T. Johnston -Florida- (

Col. recommended me, saying that I was one i their second ad'ancf and indeed it Imrt for SUM there. He wa! in the council \ith the Crops, AM TIILX ins JIAM'KES : but he was : When Science i had ceased, Practice dotermin"d What flowers HO rich. BO sweet ant fur, :1. Il:
of his minute men, and Warren asked rue if 11 I a long time after. I wa a great sight : the officers. ( Him I didn't recollect before : ho so busy with his experiments that he had not i at all events to give him :trial. Ho had As those thy verdant prunes Ilar ,.

would be his aid, and I said I was willing to j smoke rose right up straight ; high and trrri- I wa from Northampton.'') tifl; HT did he believe rue when I told him many fears that he should make nothing :\ril fairer bloom far but thy for daughters the brave be and, free. ,. 1.'

. .13at.. serve ; and this brought me to know, what lew LIe ; and] then it was blazing, blazing ; all afire I [He was a!ked how Prsfrot appeared and I that such a study woul perhaps save him : out," and IM a dull scholar,'' but encouraged B
-1C. others do about these things. I at a time. There were the J beau'ifu: Jee.. was dressed.) .I don't know whether he I years of time, which was spending in bap- t by the mil] aspect and kind lansruaz of his By T. n Hudnall.-O woman, briit -, r

itg The time was short, and it was difficult to I pk'K! : the churches burning lK nec.th them ; had on a bak! or a blue coat ; he was a dark I hazard experiments, and expensive, perhaps instructor, he asked him to como in and take beauteous emanation from ao\e. Truly baa '. ;II

'd. decide what to do. The 'nemwas coming i and the thick. heavy black smoke \v >uld run mm with a ful complexion:: wide) awake- fruitless or even injurious attempts at manu j tl) his abode with him, and commenced tak- the poet said : 4 '
inb1 and we had but about 1209 nen. Said Le, I jp the tt'Itfl; then one great sheet of flame I He was a man ; gave his orders like a ring. I made no impreSiou upon Kim. He I ins his first lessons in the Science of Farming .The worlJ was wul. the jjartlrn but a wikJ ,: J
And) hermit. till
eJ, (Warren,) '* I have jut' come along here by :j hurt alons them : and soot th" Ion:steeples I bold! man. worked his own way. gaining little wisJoin and \griculttire. man : fiahtJ woman sma. U' i t
.u the back of Bunker Hill, and there are a great came falling. across the hou-es. Warren had a dark eye ; was a little und and losing many gol.len opportunili'-s fir acquiring I All) of which, gentle reader, i is respectfully By A. Taylor.-Honor and glory to the
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many men lying there ; and they. said that they I Mr. M. then spoke of the expectation of th** "-r six feet in height ; wei proportioned ; witha I wild knowledge and substantial prof submitted, and may I be continued in our next military spirit cf the )young :and gallant Stato '1.

should be of no use here now. but that as soon British that the smoke would embarrass the pleasant face. and countenance was rt-I} its. I -and from time to time, if you will lend us an I of Florida.

as they could be of use they would come on. ,: Americans ; of which he had been tod: by I mnrkable. I\,1 you what I recoU'c of him 44 One day I called upon him, and oh.eFf't! attentive oir." By I:. B. Ker, Esq.-Our fair Florida I f.

Col. Gerrish says there are 1500 tnn ; and !j another soldier : and of the fortunate chansr I at this )length ?irnt.Mr. '. I him standing beside a workman who was cut- OF 4th OF JULY. The youngestofColurmmbia's illustrious daughters. .
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1 believe they will come on when they are !I[ ot breeze l by which this expectation was frustrated Maynard went on tr give an account I tine a trench to carry off a quantity of brown At CrLB Liberty Church, Gadsden County, Florida.A that. Oh, may sisterhood.she always be preeminent ..1 n

.g' needed, if I did not I bhould advice you now so that the Americans \the <'n"m\ of an interview Lct\tt'u a hil on and the j t fo tid liquid which I.ae gathered: in holes in glorious Her daughters fair, 'i

Q.0e to retreat." perfectly well and were cooler them"elv 's for officers on Bunker Hi subsequently, when II the fut yard), and was sufficient as he said.to procession of citizens and Volunteer The palm! shall .wear mjl 41

; Then he walked o towards tbt' Mystic.I the protection.'" Washington alluding Warren said, 4 You : a fever or a j>estieiice.! He was going corps, under the direction of Messrs. J. Pomdextcr In all that grace the Lu-ie. 0, : f
There was nothinz but the open field to stand He then sid it W:1 strange that the British I lost your commauder-in-chiel." Why" I to drain them all into a rivulet which ran and C. T. Johnston, was formed at Her sons to write, :p

'. upon, and he said: that he doubted whether the should b"t marched up so clos (iu such co"" continued Mr. :M., ** in that time there was pa. t his hou!e, and so got rid of it. Stop, said I Thorms' Store at an early hour, and proceed To sin: or fight, '' +}'

.d to troops would stand there, not being accustomed order) ; 4* it ,was a thing unaccountable! ai. nobody! so lamented ; and (.1. Brewer went I I. J'fJl you do that. bring me a bucket full I ed to the Church, where a vast concourse of By J. G.Yen Kawls.all shall-be Gen.the dandy.Winjleid O Sntt-- f'

to stand fire. and he proposed they they he, *' it flung them completely! into our hands. I on to Washington how \hp lost sight i of j of liquor. Now Mr. experiment, you ladies and gentlemen were assembled. The laurels fresh that he at .
are gathered ;
should bring up the fences, and make a straight'! Theycanif up in column and the second time I Warren nq he was :oing towards the redoubt svnd all the way to Per. and bring Guano ata The ceremonies of the day were openedby Bridgewater and yet LunJy's Lane will J :

line, and run it up towards the other breastwork t.1 did not display! at all. The first time th 'y dis. I ant supposed( that he had gone on ahead, andfollowed cost of fifty: dollars! per ton--from India you an appropriate prayer. fervent and eloquent be gathered by him under the walls; greener of Montczuma. f.1
). and stuff in hay between the two tn'l played in>o two platoons advanced right arid I on with; as much sp"ed as I.t could, bring Nitrate of Soda at a cot of H"-enf" dollars offered by the He,'. Mr. Baker, of .

ceo ; and he said that this wojld answer lef and fired and then the fire was returned ; hut found nothing of him. Then he thought J I 1er ton : bones you gather grind and (ii. CJi/ncy, thaplairj of the day. Col. J. W. Goldwire.-The citizens of I'j i.Uv
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purpose, for if it did not stop the ball the men next time the} did not display all. TiH'I I I he must have b"cn shot down by a dead solve! i! sulphuric! : acid, at a cost of not less The Declaration of Independence was then this! of .

would think it would, and that would give them next time (the thin!) they came.tip with the i j not many steps from where I hey started "hO:1 than fifty dollars per ton-an-l even at these road by Lieut. II. Maner, of tho GadsJcn In- ever portion ever our county, to ever celebrate hospitable this J f'ti?

". confidence. They agreed to this and we began General who they said was General Burgoyne, [ They had.started together from the place tl'J prices with judicious application, tl" are dependent Hussars.An our national generous Sabbath.prompt ;

to set up the fences, four rails on each I Iide. and) be gave 'ein better orders ; they came had occupied during the- battle." good and profitable manures. Iizt: i it lot appropriate Oration was then pronoun- By C. T..Johnston.-May party feelings 'i' i gl"J>

I get posts ; some of them brought laY'1 more open[ and when they were part way up [Where was that 'J] wonderful, that while you yahor th--se things I cod by Dr. J. II. Verdier, 1st Orator of theDay. not intrude our Republican Institutions : al
and some rail ; we had but little time, they displayed and lirt"d." Just on the other wil of the gap againstthe from afar. at a last expense anal apply them but l let the upon Whig principles of 76 be ever: J..

f they (the enemy) had begun to march before I Mr. M. was then a"k'-d how Warren was I hay breastwork ; only about a ro tta the with QiJuow' care. joe should throw thorn An OJe, composed by R. B. Ker, Esq.for kept in mind. : ,

we had got up as far a; the dirt breastwork. : dressed that day. He ('id not distinctly remember gap." away wfc"n fund at your: very door, blended I the occasionvasthen sung with great effect By Thomas B. Ieacham.The war with t

We had got within I should say about twenty I ; he thought he had on either a blue Boston, July Q, 113.FrI' and 'nixod in most valuable proportions, and by Mr. Mock's choir. After which, an eloquent Mexico, forced the United States by the :1 1

, or thirty rods of it, when they had gut so nigh or a black coat, and if be (Mr. M..diJ not all ready t for uv. This, dirty liquor you are oration was pronounced by :1 E. Tel- acts of the Mexicans upon alone : it not be ,
1. I that we let it go as it was. I mistake, he Lad on a dark waistcoat, but of tt'if :.nhiinsj ( in. throwing away, holds all thoM ready dissoUod.! J fair, of Qumcy, 2J Orator of the Iay.I closed until the United States are may indemnifiedby I:

Then the General said \ **ie difficulty i is this Mr. M. was not certain. He was mintwith Scientific AsiWe !It II'(!. and) }oti rni:ht as we'll, and as wisely i emptyinto I The assembly then partook of a sumptu- the annexation of California.By .
their fire, I fell into know not when wo have met with a bags of Guano, barrels of Nitrate i. the citizens in the vi- '
that the men take no thought about Warren when he having gone your r'ull Otis repast prepared by J. IL Verdier, :. I).-Land of sun and ::
! but fire too quick. Let the enemy take their I the redoubt on the message which he had bo- more instructive sriies of iri''le, than are I of ('arhoJ Acid! of Sulphuric, and ciiiily. flowers-land of gallant and spirits

own distance and give the first lire if they'I'' fore recounted, and he W3S there detained IIYIre&tcot now in process of publication in the above paper !i bushels of ou look amazed Yet i Alter the cloth was removed, the following -land of maidens clear and generous bright as their :

will. Send to Col. Nixon, and give the wordto who said to Stop, I may want by a dilciple of Hn: !lish Agriculturalscience. so it is. Kcgular Toasts were given and received with own heaven and beautiful and blooming as !
I II I II the officers all along the line not to let the you in a minute _I and then the new ." Though more adapted to farmers Enquire how this liquor came into thns bursts of applause : their own flower-robed earth. '

men fire too quick." So I went and met contest! of their breaking into the redoubt be- I than planters, we will endeavor. occasionally dirty pools. I has run from your stables! and 1. The day ire commemorate-The natal 11

Thomas Nixon, (John Nixon n /; Colonel, and an. was sent with.some sixty men, and I to give our readers such Iorioll'of, his papers cow houses, : the form of water, washing hour of rational Liberty I is precious in Ode sung on the occasion composed by R.B.Ker. .
.his brother, TLomasi1on, was Lieut. Colo- was Il by the officers to tellrestcoU if he as we may deem ) are in the down in its course the richest of the saline the sight of Heaven. Air-Auld Lang Syne.
saidno I form of dialogues by .Science" and of the manure Hying there. It has We revrre and bless it-
the 8c.tlother
itch of the regiment.) and told him that or. wanted more he could tlw1. le particles 1 How deep the tones, how sweet the note :
there could distinguished gentlemen, who are well alo run from that large llung.hm, whore g- Tyrants tear and curse it. :
den were that they should not fire a single there were as many men as \ Columbia wakes to-day !
r shot until they fired from the centre. lie said stand; to advantage. But he told me to waita known in almost every agricultural neighborhood etabl and animal substances! are decaying and [3 chetrs-Air : In a chariot of light. More soft and sweet each coming strain I'

this was the same as if I had told John ; so I I minute, for they were just about chargingus : fermenting:: generating in that process of decay 2. The Declaration and cf InJrpe"de.re-1 She breathes from freedom's lay. i iS .

went back, and was told to go to Frrbicott and and he might want to i.end.I BUYING LAND. ,the most valuable of all fertilizers. Thit'ygenierataa was a most thrilling appeal C louder on each passing breeze, ;
44 You know well," said Science, 4how and off ctflnmie acid one Living God He heard and sustained the The roll, '
do the came, as I did. Then they got about I The rest of this conversation on the part of I very give gas diapason' .
ten rods of (I don't know the exact distance Mr.[ Maynard was mostly in answer to ql es. your neighbor, old :Ir. Stubborn went into of the most nutr iou* of the fruits of plants ; cause. Ye oppressed nations of the earth, As milhoLs catch the inspiring strains, ( .:
AntI soul with soul.
and do likewise.
the next State to buy a farm. The owner amid rain water falls and runs through go mingle .
but we generally thought it was about ten rods,) tious which account for its appearing as upon '
j( and they shot first to the right and then to the somewhat, inaj) ] I. knew what the farm was, and advertised it in this d.lhi, it absorbs this carbonic acid ali [3 cheers-Air : Strike the c'mbal 3. With joyous hearts unclouded brow, .
the iconncchtl officers of which ''spring time, when he expected damp weather. carries with it to the pool oV dirty wat 'r 3. The signers of the of We hail the sacred day. ,.
firingof
left this the was that the
[ reporter supposes He said And at the shrine hero freemen bow ;
jJ I advised Peter to take mo with him to beneath: lltimic acid is formed in (this heapby "'ndcnct and heroes of the Ret'olution-TI
all who
the British] and then the word was givenfor he had fpoki-n consisted{ of happened Our offerings we lay. t I
J us to fire. I tell you there was a thundering to be about Warn-n ; sometimes of ono and view the strata of,rok below and to analyze I the same: decomposition' : aril is so nutritious memory wi ever be precious to the heartsof .1 Then to the that made us free "
the to see bow it laid for food for plants; that one and a half the w i good pow'r
Lieut. the on furfact' ; a l lra
blaze.:
noise. The whole line was 0110 sometimes another. Buckniti nster. my poi I ant Oar souU pour forth your praise;
and what aspect it presented to the cent of it in a soil wo'iM, throw Libij [hem i\d standing and in silence.
I fired among the firM. No one can think Colonel a good friend of Warren arid a truehearted draining IK r And may the pow'r that made us free,
,
what a time it was. TLt-y fell in heaps-actually man, had a ball through his shoulder. atmosphere. I told him 1 cou.d save him my I into raptures. A portion of thi* i is washed .1 The President of the United Staes- Prebcrte u* free always
times over. Hut Peter scorned down into that dirty water. From the ashesand The fort-nun of twenty millions of freemen ;
in heaps. They kept falling-the officere When out, almost all our officers were expenses many 5. Nor Greece nor Home, when freedom blessM
falling ; until they began to retreat, hut hurt Col.we got Brewer was wounded through tho my advice-he thought ho had woiked sweeping of your houses, thrown on this when he speaks let the kings and tyrants of Their fairest, wise and brave
confusion. The bodies lay there ; Col. Buckminstei thro' more land than I had,and was as good judge manure heap, as well as from the decay of its the earth, Low, tremble and be silent. Such gre.itnesu knew as we enjoy-
in
not great lower part of his arm ; in the States and he set drained which [9 cheers-Air : Hail to the chief who in Their gods huth ncter gae.C. .
matter liquid lye is
thick. We kept on firing till they got off his Tucker I had I flesh of land as any man ; general a
very f1outderdjutant; i about riot )letting knows contains the forwhich triumph advances. Then the God who made
about 20 rods then we gave it up. Major, was not nfl: muttering something every body potash to UA :rf'.t,
to started his arm ; Cu'lworh make out of him." He cut down forests. Again, 5. The Governor of Florida-Plain and Our souls pour forth your l'rliM"n..t : ;
book-worms
went back to near where they wounded but all the rest of the officers, Col.. money you your .
They ; the farm-it lookedgreen wherever the of this dung-hill in person and manners he sustains \ may the dod who made u* great ,
walked carefully decomposition unassuming
from ; and then we eaw a reinforcement corp. Lt. Col., Majors, Adjutant, wore wounded in O\'r Preserve u< great always.Then "
and not even in with the air corrosive the true Americo-Kepubhcan character.
long enough fur and flourishing, swampy goes on contact open ,
% ing to them. They delayed Low one way or another. liewasn't that wet weather. He was delight acid is formed called nitric-acid, which is the May his administration do the same. 7 freemen pledge this graciououn
longit in damp
u. to clean our gunli-I cancot say Nixon was on soon after we were ; To be aV! >\c all bless'd.For .
and t forty dollars an acre for of the in a state of chemical) [G cheers-Air : Washington's nurclu
was-and then they came up in the same there the night I"re. Brewer had ed with it, gave aquafortis shops unhorn million we'll preserve :
that did before. They came up to perhaps 150 men with him-a little more porhapi. 300 acres. He paid his l' ,OOO dollars and combination with the decaying mater. To 6. The Senate of the United StaluThesanclum By being of al! the best. 4 ,

way they dead and when they were The men had 'listed; only little while took possession. But in the summer time as I obtain this valuable salt artificially, you would sanctorum of the genius of rational 8. Our ri.ts maintain ; to all theirs give,
'here the were,
fire.r e werea and had home for clothes and passed that way I found that so much praised have no purchase sulphuric acid I and saltpetre liberty is now in their keeping. Let them be With cheerful heart and mind ; .'
to
just over them, wo began in before, gone been of farm burnt almost with drought, and its and mingle them to ethcr. Yet here you true to themselves, their country, and th :ir Still bid the oppr..tI and exil'd hereWith
would have more us.Siln up
there
and they were
little cooler than before things, or Cor this dirty God and she will leaveus. us a sweet home fin.! .
and washed into never,
of towards the vegetation drooping and! panting moiturl have it ready formed, never NE\ER
confusion. There was hardly one was down Mystic. 9 But whilst hearts forth their
greater our joys.
there which the soil could not supply Peler had water.This nitric-acid combining with pour
confusion their don't know whether Stark was or And wake each mellow
us hit-they were in great ; I soil whatwe which noticed 9 cheers-Air : Hail Columbia happy land. strain
few light laying upon the potash we just as being [
There bought a sandy
there nobody to did not see him. ar? men Our souls must breathe a sigh for those
officers were shot down- was tothe same not ; I there at that time, only a few of call, geologically, a coal formation, witha washed out of ihe dung-hill, makes the nitrate 7. The Heads of Departments-May they Who wear a tyrant's chain. .
command 'em-and they retreated hell who were eastward. I took a lit. for which would honor the stations which are now
honoring
tell what we saw. I pretty decided slope of potash-a manure you 10. Thv fate Sarmatia still we mourn,
plo a* before. 'em us and we can only Stark was there or not ; he tie of the soil and analyzed it, and showed him have to pay eighty or ninety dollars per ton. them. The public good iheir aim ; their reward With triple chains tho'curs'd,
The next time there camo over to a can't tell whether have him.- what it contained.) In one hundred parts there This tame nitric acid, combining with the so. the sincere thanks of all honest men. A Kosciusko's hand yet .!iall
General officer-(I got it from a British soJ- might have been and I not seen 'cm.Vo .- were about 83 of silicia or sand, 5 of aluminaor da in the humic already noted, makes the ni. [3 cheers-Air : The Star-spangled banner. Those chains asunder burst I

dier to afterwards that it was a general officer-and he Heed of New smart Hampshire men in was the among council of offi- clay, :3 of lime. 3 of oxide of iron, 1 of potash grate of soda which you bring from the East 8. The ofce" and men of our Army and 11. Andirin Oh T tears dear and! we blood we till.p for lave thee !
laid it was General ) \ had some and carbonic acids, Indies. From the water which flowed 'avy-
llurgoyr Brewer and 1 part phosphoric ha Thy frf fam'd land of sweetest sonj-
gate 'em better orders. f col- cers. There was Prestcott an French war. and 4 parts of vegetable and organic matter. out of your cow.barns piggeries and your sta. Ah they're the boys who fear no noise, Rich nurs'ry of the brate.
in
at a slow march*and displayed way Nixon were all officers this soil will be beautifully are the substance for The bravest. of all braves. ; -
U his brother Now, I said, productive bIts, produced very
: and Where honor points, justice calls, i it
captain ancient Poland,
do Sarmatia The name
didn't mucezecution. Nixon was a
'u hill. Ten our firing 6 be. Thomas was captain. Vc in wet weather, but will be parchedin which you so much value the Guano of distant The Hag in triumph wave Triple chains-Poland at present is tyraniied ,.
e firt.till our ammunition was a captain ; IrstcoU dry weather." I Peru. Ammonia, urea, and j>hoxj>Jialf> [9 cheers-4ir : Yankee Doodle. over by Russia, Austria and Prussia. -
gsa to fiul-than our firing logan to cease- hail some I'retly' goo fclowf. .
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t .: OlTTampico, June 13, 16-10. ,!later*. we have succeeded in = with too democracy up.'' humble wrvaotR
The \\argrowsapicc. On the JrtliMC i iSt.! the CouJ entering TCIOIS OV Till: FLOUISIAN. were now relied on in PAKEAW!.
believe that
even xxith our n of To hi- c.nl'nc1 Col. W. R>ieJ, Ac.
discovered the) enemy erecting another! !mal l force, we would have captured the THE JLRIUS I Publlshed; the peopc: in the rre that

a, .. fort on the north side of the entrance to the I !Jals and icncec the fort l> their gun. TIHEE JUU.R- annum eterj iluri.hly Saturdax in ,wl-81 had great f'aulhat tluMlm ; ( ;i The War.

rher, and at 1 o'clock, I*. M., we gut the llS ) turning route, or FU-ry if paid within six month the mail of Tue.f'a-sjcelhrr> ; r the There seems to be nothing cf stirring in f

: ship underweigh under topsails, stoex! in. ami i : UpOI .I the (time uf subscribing r FOUR 1,0.L\R" n intelliiM oy a majority cf- no i inc or at th. *';It31'. Patriotic blood trot n.

;: when within a mile of the tort and gunlW.! I MVJlM UK.NFK\L. KV1 LFK. p:ll'l.h.\' thereafter.1)OLL\RS.(f'wr, !copies wi be inserted furi.htd at Ihcu'ual for rc*' ubsfantiallv Iheone' I waY re boiled very recently under the warming in/Ioenctof/ bai not

the taller, tfm"t in number, and tonnin .a. The new Major-( en *ral of tho xohmlerr! ( rates A lb'rallj-.I\'rlitll'nf. OUllt made to yearly j man of the Cl'mtnrh'c;' t \\ and reports of Ouch deeds a* distinguished our

:1" but ono hundred, opened! a lire upon:the I army, Col. Butler, of is mm: t erli th. I I ,\fcK A y. cf North Carolina. soldiers on the SItu and Oth. Active ralUu
Krntlckj : 1 0 .V loundxl the al .,! ; war there u
( ,
Being lee shore to m -- ure upon
on a and in slioa! \\ :i.tcr likrly pire tho.p re'iiumnd none. Our army is almost at a .tand- till
D E I 0 C IL\ I wait
I : we were not able to fire more than cigl.1 II i; \" !, t.fidotce t and ri'spcct. Ho is the ion TIe NOM' imum and specific duties are the the arnxal volunteers sufficient number ac

m : shot, JJ.fOf it )became necessary} to caw
, which we lid ; but at :o'clock retnrnrd ar.d; 1! .,' \horn did gotd erxie e a* officers in the re. WII.rSfM A. KAIN I axera:e .')) per cent, an.1 I XMW. I ; ( I ( ( my monotony of its camp is relieved from time Tl,
I continued) I r4u11.tiotu.jry! I sisthe frinon The L'nion i I I 1 ) ( to tim; ,
) the we had Til'kliclN xxar. one of bx
.t filing: unli .jf.t them was in IB ,J, RIMCLIX COINTXWII ( rumors that the enemy will again ofer
: ., and -! round slll. In (the h>>t nous- I j!i that COIr; and another was ki.c xxenmtlcd. cry of the x,hlg4 upon the ,|' tns- by the approach of other companies fronts battleud the

tre, the ( fire ;I The S.I'rlJ MVM: A. KAIX IK r ceat ad valorin on ilt Staltt
our wiih new to in its
'nl'.Iurc :1ur mnuj.: 'r.g.uie ra I rITr/I'(' ( join duties and to share its future
ten hc: from 1' pound
: ed near two fo'l! Inlliesein the U'. I. i- .. .. II" .. ,slut the Ineli'l( \ !' ( seas
pa O u> directly under Uixer IJ: .'.Ii I -- "I.clru'f. I > n.-.tin.. upon What will be
wJr itsii.rnifd General
i I'cIO eil Taylor's nest
.. fn'c; ootone" |vacst.LI 1.tI\'tt1 the l
id main IOJMU.ISI. and oin1 oxer the foot-tl.e> j i t:th.r' (them! \hieb.5 f :K taken prisoner n the! ;son tlic nth? .'ltillth.I I \\ e \HIl say lotlnn; xx h ch had ohf.li..h.tI the lx nr have believe that when le acquires adequate every reisca t,
,
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"I. others fell at :di-'ance.' I thoVarmx! 'lights.| and after his exclnnge now o:tlieseproitiiliii! '*.t!ut .onUnt mr>*ll lospc.kI Tie calculjlion 11. the x\lnc( [ tie will push on into the interior. lie \\iI1 force. fct

The first shell which birt over the f<::1. e_ i 1 'ter! Jnioted to a Opt: iney. hiili" ""vjueiitly! t1 I its r .1II..1"! .\. KVIN if Apilar: !.iroU, was tnacJo free, and the jitlnns l> ; was meet Parcdea at Montct.y, or at probaiJ.

... ., ji'Ctcd every soldier! from the neighboihood'Jii"fought under (;(':u. Jacksout at New Or. lie notnnioe cf the partv \\licrc ljenkrioun.it i forte. r iui<;ht loe some of Ile of- can army ; and then if mt before any thtre rate the Mai-

the \hole of them taking immediately ty :1' 1voods. I II[IU, ;rll'a' Iln'r' uncle! one of his aiJ<.-- \xoiiM lie u elroi to sjv anx tiling in his praise. Ot \t'\\ Ycrk and the Utter I "'- fight Should that town b* the .will be a
\ One of passed ,'i,' j j Il'_ j 1 resigned 'his con.rijiion." forTXInch h. has Lecn rominited next recular battle, the conflict \ ill no doubt
one of the *chroner'b mast r*, a\' the ,how I In I ll. ( ;('1. Jackson was a.ked for his there can be no doubt lie is a gentleman of tialed This u-reined l to be rite terrible one. The Mexicans nil bei

. ; yond her, a fia nent h 1iJo'h j ,, coiiltiaIi1v.| ''p'nioii touching the character of Col.! !hi iI''i onlir of il1lt'llill'nc.tof pirfttt mttsi:iH.at.Jf and u;Min these ijueMions; ; the great degree decisive their cuise jtgard, and it as u a

'..,. ; prt and btiluaikjj ;ilcc tlC O10| trtr. I["'1 omit the litter uflbe old Il'r the Bltll.r'l I <. attttitite hu..in"1H habits. Having becnmottiIns to ti\rn The result appeared ; light xxith much of the desperation( they "iU
tfhl. engendered
* as ha'c bv
we '' \'ofw.lhe a
I' \tract is made life During xeas
t 1 I. : tn;:accJ in mercantile pursinti he his ac- tint last
It wilt
.L..IO-house % < < ??- hope not be so too
\ Ino tu ., ; easy
:,; _ner..ms/0('t on- ih. -.-Hi I', tl.. rf I Ii' .-. rn''r:1' fi. You ak ni" to give mx opinion of qiiirol a I'ractil.allurn of mind which will tc musttiefut no less I lli.i.j jiff t ,m.. on the -( Fighting on their own soiland for
; : : i -of I- : litiry: %rxices of the tlwn'carlain cole ill a He III I I the 'emocrjtic jtarlx xxire : !
) Koproci.tatiip
red bj the explosion a tliell ; and a soldier c j nov j can act nit a.uutazer'iIy ) lieu they will show greatereneigy thanU
.a I. at the 'fort 0:1 guard, b} the burning ol anoth- 'i much, Uillinrn O. Uut'er! ol ,Kentucky, during I in all practical tnattcrj of nittrcst to tl I..- la! I'nion that it \cat imp". ( this amoros I he case was diffeient lecaus

the iiixestnient e f V-xx II the British) { St ute aixl tlie ,\( Irue their renl srntim,'nt* in the fa,
lunrry. Jl'pIlLlic-an.Ir j -
; : cr shel txchalgCdli musket for Z'f'dI'.v, u Orm. i act whole people were under the induce
,, having been slaerlt.! 1 believe, without 1.1juiing 'Ii'rcsin 11 .I and I "I;;. 1 '\'i'h)I had: Milli. I \\ith I the Democratic paitv and is sound!!) in.lined H xxhu viiit'ld all lie ,liii.- ( i- created by the recent dreadful deft

I | ,.1 his ,' .! person. I fat jug limen cient strength .to !peak fully of t the merit of I!I' xxiili
fort S the sex S ke's of Coloiiel IJiitler on tint ecca. >rrx ..f li! ,> bUti to him their force some few of the derioc ;
the jive
>} part) liom their enibno we returned part cheerful and! pride. of country, however
'. jj 4 to our anchorage at half) pavt tlm'e. (:(' i"I ; t this strength I have uuit ; Kiilfice' it to 'I and active tlrl'ort.llIou,;b rot our !ir>-f choice, \\Lole bill Great (praise is u1ui en- hate their ruler, or the inetf

.' ".e were lot !ati fied, Ilwt'\'cr. wuli: thisrngigemei r'MX, ', lh it on all 1 .cea'inn. Ju' ubi1ulau-d' that he.ro Li I* our tljoii now, and new ill use ex pry ir'luecre ocratic partx xx ho nobly t I I 1 fiee Government, will urge regret them to feats

.' It. for ) e!terdiwe prJ .t.J a .' chivalry, and calmness ofjtiel m"nt in the I in our |''\\r t*. haxe; hiti (1(1'ltd.! 'Ihtre( are nopnjudices their ,pictihar tenets; for the ; they base not yet displayed

.. S plan for cutting out the guu.boiN} and ccordingly : wid.t ff l (;al "'r. wJIdl: : distinguishes the \'alual against Lin ; I La i is not be<*tt i by anx' *r..- in a proper spirit if comf '! No one can what ill be the
say as
." Mt eln'k hoisted out all boat-, ainu-d ,!. .!lirer in the Jour of t f Inttle. In a con- tioml objections :and no Dinocrat can hr.e any cx- ed in Httnrin the ,psa:o of t ; of this war It be probable duration

there, the l.ulc bearing a nine puumier in suriniii> iijanrerxe:(tho"n nohle ejtulitieseiisjtjaxed [ : ,I'u..e for rufisin; to aid in his Mirtcss. He cointsIwfore r'I..rm and ju.tieranti: tuahtx end If may be protracted, or it may soon
Si. : ON the ;! of tl..* 'jyd: December xxcaA the uhti ( peace it to conquered, as the plm, *,
1. the hews lOj o'clock, 1 P. gut t.iderwtigh 11,1 the people undtr laiorable cmunntaiiceHi : >.- n can \ i the be
obstinate
: enemy may and
: and! brought the ship} neater the I "IJ.- and 0:1: lh .f Jimuuary, I -IT), : scrxicr- the tate S ate lust xxinter won fur the frotection of exir> ) xx hen may not yield even

S Lorc, about cue and a half miles otf lit dies 1 Inn as at all timt s d:irir the presence of the j j him much 'tI'JUIWlld.atiou, and his JllIl'uluilYt'ry.- th'm"fIin) ikini ; fr<,m salt the no good can be foreseen by resistance. Th.
i i I I I'ritish at New Orleans. 'In short, he to I II [ tee tion and aU alsauitae.cither (( strength of his effective force may be broken down,
was
'. a longer time to describe the minui': of thi" \ 1,1' ensures him an ej!y s icti r>. Of rrursee : but he
S affair, than I can dexcte to it now. Wt' kidS I be fuuuuuI.I at all points here duty called. Ihazarul x\illhtrcaftcTgix<. a fuller account t f his n ent<, thist bx' none if the (arid' bills > .\ would may withhold or refuse offers cf peace. It

desired .to make the attack before the nio:'n :1" nothing m fJil that honM! our t h ing in'irxled! as a cure aiiiiounccinent of his n,'mi fir tive xoteson the ,alt ing- be hard to conquer a people under such or.

rot but could! not. \t II o'clock she was countix be again mxolred in war during the nation.'t trust every DtL"tratill be aotjto ,I not In place it in the fieelist i ( cumstances Vie might hold the country in military

5, lifting her head abo\ e the horizon \Inn our : acli\ age of Col. bInder, !he wout be one of ccure his e'_hlft.' I Tint by the I liii, the} salt j potsension, but that would not suit our purpose

Hie bolts lelt the ship, oter. ) thing lining then- best elections that cIII.IIJe m:id< to i under: the present law \ If such a spirit as this does not control the enemy,

; been prex'iouly arranged b} e,ur gajUt\ : tap- cnninia'.;i our army and lead the eagles of SUW.\\EI SrRIXG, I I JH.r cf>t. ail rtnlure,,,, i. to be j our nzTous measures, and another defeat or two

; tain. Mind you, we not Oil I Iv' had the ditFi u'-! : our tos.it!)on to victory and nnoxxn. He July( 13, I ,N. ) ml ra/ol'lm. from the mlm ,., may bring thin to terms Be this as it mayam

.5 ly of captuung three heavy gun.batc, with has m1ci..tlt!] enerp (to assum all r'spon.jli-|| ilitv At 11 o'clock the Convention; rOeS and was opened Suite, xxhich] xxas carried bx 1 ( ape our policy-it is the only possible way to end th.

.5 5 30 or more men in each, and to qu"II : fiJr ne; e!sarytoMictess, and 1 for coul' with praxcr bj the Iev.! Mr. FohrOti the bill went en comj'ienn.; I war quickly it is to be done by fizhtin Eat it

of which we hid to piss within fittarl: ", SS gCJf.: lrJ3 rtntion of Mr. Forward of St. John, General The Union estimates that (! tell]t. may possibly be ended bv negotiation Mfxieff.if

but there was a dangcrou* bar to )IJ izos.ed: rite ---- SCOTT IlrooMF was called! to tl,P chair. |s.J>,'""-,(>$) of ret enllerOOi \ not xxhrllx lost to her true interestsmay proffer

:. .. but first to be fOlnd.rc pulled into the! late Pope of Rome: .-\\'e- copy thefoilowiuug j Col FlojJ!, of Irjnkhn ollminllt.tMr. 1'mntt of : The intelligent cc.rn'spor.dent / settlement by embassy', by suggesting the mediation

S. shore with mu'H'doir. *, llcralyjaling ot.r interesting particulars from the Paris raiiklin, and sub"eqienMy Mr Ilartktt: <.f I.eon, as of Cor.merre "a3- ; of some other poxxer.or in some other wav Thtre

%., way, for at one time we : ijuiti- in tl.ei I j *.correspondence Tlic deceased! of the Charleston Courier : NcntarHMr .. Acer.rdm j to Mr Mi[ Kax'" are runners that, under the advice of some Eoropeia

', breakers and then too .far sea.ward, with a ,overeign whose name was I lloyd moved thai the amendtil, x\oiild gibe two: ; I nations, she may pursue some such coarse. The
: tiJe benoath Mauro (Captllar was a Hencdictinc Monk. delegates prcstnt their I."tr..f ruff ,...."."... .11'1.. ; ; ; ; _-I knowledge of her inteinal weakness,caused
.,. strong and a bright ni'>on abo\e called the 1 reJcnti.uIthxch \\as < arru(5.j ;; ; ; : 'th ; ; j [; ;;; "U by con-
; ( in canon law lilack Friars.) of j tiMi millions t,itir }hu'K'rtd! J tirual eiisseiisions and revolutions
uc, eierj thing seenurg to C4)II9PilC rgnnt; the of the 1 j C Troit! ntials SMTC rUr.h-d from the Countus of lands would) make a roeniie- may operate tt

t :.' ourJriug expedition. In keeking our way congregation born at 15elluno CatnalJolites Hexxa I 1 I .\lar>iiM, lenton! Columbia, Dma! Il rainbu, McKjv thinks this XMil be | ;-a" show her the prudence and wisdom of it, and induce
in
town the I I.orrbar-
, ; mOlth of the river, we were obliged to : I|I lur"IHISt.', the Mexican war her to adopt it.
'
ry
do-Y .neian ) in I raitklin !*: )pass near the shore bra distance of 'JIM 1,11.*' ( KingJoin. the North of Ialy. !i Madi I tl.. tt .sr fX|)nditure-s rtquiri al- It is said that there are at Washington some Citi-
S on, IoIollrol'Iari.n.. UrjiP i't. JihnSt.
on the I lvtb,/ ;e
SepUmler. I 7u5.< 1 Ic died tilt liistri'ctioiMif
' con- (tie (('
dred and I olic Priests xxho
5 ards the noise have
I ti.c 1 propositions to make
S '. } consequent upon : *r:nifiillv. in Ins .-1-t I 'Previous this : L-irie, Santa n'>, Jackson, Vaahivg1ujn ;and U'a- r"p.tf| a bill authori7iii the is<. in to oar
1 of finding our way through a pa*<:: year. government, if they should find that their religion
difficulty ge There i. s..rcl.l lx '
S ) accession to tlie: Chair of St Peter k'llla. a doubt ( for
j be 113.1 1 ;
':: w we knew nothing, betrayed u* to I I( On innhun the rhairnu-n I pe.ar.allcl' tjt tlure will be a and themselves have nothing to fear from a connection
( distinguished him* If bhis ap|>ointei a cotnnuttfetocxaiiuue .
*.S the sentineU along the hhore, wiio rapidi.\] great erudition : sii, h a bill t with this country. The reason given for this *
. .. his profound 1 theological learning and rrrdttitub, n-tucli fubwvpicrtl rejicrttd I IIIfar 'his new Tariff hill i '
i communicated with the encampment, ai.d it c1tln-; course is, that they are unwilling to submit such
i sivc acquaintance with the ancient and tire character, is a '| ilion d t I
mot ;
:: conveyed intelligence to the gun-boat) ko : checks upon the prosperity of their order and such
L dcrn languages of the Ka t. He was rrca-, On motion. a committee of one (rein each county a foe tradt! mea-ure to this (
.t' unknown ns, our >ewafc t nearlx the xxh ile } usurpations of their ,
rights have
that watching1 : < revet.He as they suffered
ted Cardmil. and calif-l to form of the Str4 appointed to sef''t! ofl>ers to prcstde our thinConvention. ;
*, i our every mo emont. Howe'cr, at about I j part t&-ct-tl) art in.-, IIH] siiSilitiif as Tenup"l'L. from the forced loon required by Pareder* to on
1 "" ; carry
'. Sacred College! in the year 1 "' under thel'ontiticate ,lutipsl'/I't ,
prcijic protectue
: A. we had di.co\ered the narrow <'ntram < the war If this be true, it may be the
of
1 i! of Leo[ All In a\eryhort time I j Tilt coiuojittee leported te! foItw Lag : that the !biM' is a <_reat : ,\.. cf beginning
to mouth of the nxer, and were palling a great change Mexico The .
in Pm f
exercise
. t IS 12, and (that it *
t after be was placed at the head of the CotS j Par rutuhnl : it all a| (
;.;'r in, when, within i00! yards of the 'Iort; near inure hlll.ralklllti. xxhu'h must i great control there, and by a combined effort, could
*t ; lfffe 6f thf Propaganda, and the important Col.! SAMPSON. DUTLIIK, if Mj ) which we had to pas"to our hurpn:e, ?s yOU ; dutit1of his full for 1'iee I'rcsIvnc andxxould" prtxail now but for : effect almost any policy to stilt them If it be true,
*
post the : .
gave scope cx- xa r
S". n.: imagine, went a dozen mu cf it is hardly less important than another which
'II'b rrci e of his tanousand hiilu Col I). PJTTMXN report
; capicities In of Jackson, The f,1 lowing are the Tra. : -
I
and the balls whiz/ed about} the
our H ( rounds of the
i'.5 < :10. l 3p.:2: '*. upon the death of Leo XII., MauroiCarxHu T J. TF EVATT, YJ.\" vt Alachua.itfrftaitf sage of the bill. It xxillbeseen : I going newspapers, and which
S : lad! on our oats, and in five minute :tIer! the xxe published last week We that
, mean in regard
) firing muskets commenced, the gin: i I the !!:! was designated by public opinion I > .: hof, with the reit o( the Ohio !! ( I to the Republic of the Rio Grande," which
to
" as his tt1ceor, and his pretensions were }\. C. Gi3-o>, -!*. jf Gad.den, tie bill Rut: is
.> launch was trained and "Jet uri\e. ,\ gun I 011t "hig-\Ir. ( be formed by a number o/ the northern of
sustained by the votes of a respectable number T. O. tloz.aur., Isi.| of Duval.Col voted XMth i the provinces
. 't rather heavier from one of the gun-boats uc.I I' )eas : Mexico seceding from her
.; ceedcd to this ; the hot passed clear of us. of CarJinals in the Coadabut' the fetter was conducted to the chair and ad.dr Yeas-Mts-r", Stephen Adams l : in an independent confederacy.government All ,these and joining

; and the in the launch was IO: ..(1 laid) Au infuIncc.HI opj-os.'.l to bun anti 'sed the Cunvuti ill a pertinent and [atrioticSJH son, Ilixlex: B'dil'r, I!..titmi rumors
gun ; < 'as'igliom : VIII I I was elected: after'' 'ech.Col Black, IVjxIin, I. d. -,... | max be without truth, but xxe see nothing very improbable
I
*: fred again, when the 'firing a. lwrc ce:! d.- I Hi dax- of the conclixc II I 'I' Uilliaii G. Hrown: Hurl, t' ( n then The condition of Mexico, and
.t. I Bitting j was Heir offend
of
4. were also fired from the Ic.1J j a rws .s"lutwns \\Liehati tt ( Riiihui ( I the
,
lamc1 a iuiiri.an hiptzini. | acts of her rulers, might very be
{ more sticcc' *ful. hoxtctcr th easily taken u
carbines. in conclave of ', 1 11i'H t tI r considerable di,c'itun. xxcre postponed till 10nlO1rrfJ Clarke, Cobb, I'< llm C'nil... (' I
S this I : !, when, upon the death of Pil V III.ibe I I : \. Iarari, J'llt'rlf'n l) Daxis. I P..MI ft pretexts by the dissatisfied to justify them m undertaking
At time had .:
:, we not parsed lil jx .nt, : these measures All these
t was rho' n I'ofc ( XVI" Dronlh' Dunlip, I.IN\orlh: 1 things are
: was On wrap
regory I inirf ona cmanullK oioae from cacti I
and! after inside should baxe 'Ii.eoblized t'ouhly
getting we : the J'l'-tli s-icce sor of St Peter There his i-rica, i.il.!, C..M>,h.ar. (;.rdin, ped in darkness now, but we still not be surprised
l to pul..t leabt :]\ardsbcf-re reacht ( been ni I I r<'pr ..fllted.'a* appoinJi'l to n-|x>rt rules for the I HaraKon I t..unan,1 I t.t't: I ; l : at any devclepements which take
an u for may place that
18 in
% : jug the 01j'c of the expedition. '1'he enemy : turies No Iterrllltct HI CC j ,S J being already on the and with a : Dynasty in the world can date On motion, this Con wet ion then adjoiirnrd wAil Fi'inu! \\'. I Ilu'iard I !. .1-tints It.! I II I ( [ j the We easy ben
** aI.r mpe. its origin fiom so rurute an epoch. t IO-UlfrrO\V. I II JllhlJ-UII, Jtscph J.h,."n. .\ o eve cf a new and grand era in the history of
rior 'force, it would almo'-t ruttlni* North
la'o Ictu i ---- ---- \: Jo ea!>*irri Jones, K America

wfct ; to proceed, and object would not baefc : (;now rn 01' 1.OtIO-e are apt to im.iJ 1ULSDA, July II, IS (10. Iml Kill 1..1\\ n''l'e, I.eake.La ] '

-: compensated fur the sacrifice we should Ian, ; ;: here m the mted State_ *, that they The .lInT..lioli rn-t to dot" kCh IlaridMrClernaridM. ( For the FlonJtan
: : made. IJesides the which ] r"1rs'ju..t adjournrnciit. JtJ 1h| McDowtll, Ja-ie-4 : THE
; passage through four an.1 DEMOCRATIC
growth towns CONVENTION
cities .
rrcatlj The romiaitte xxhich P. Martin
r Flra r n ru ** reported, report r.Jrrlaybrtlll, : !
f we haij to pat was not wide enough to :.d.! i (.5 in rapidity and extent tl t hat of nut put u of hue xxas arm'ndcd and aulqded Niven. Norris, Parish. I'axne, 1| Mr Editor : The Democratic State Contention

t i ( "f init the boats except in single file, f tl.:it 11.1 i i| wI.rl,1 H"I'f facts about II0JOl would Tit! nsol'Jtiutia of C<,1. Heir \\ taken anddopteit. burx. IJjthbtin.K.id. Ht'h', Rhu-tt t t conxenedat the Lower Mineral Springsas you are
ere
} pun-boats would hare raked us fore and afti i to c, this notion : se(1 up Suxxr. St'anlfll..ndtlon, ,\. H. I candidate ware, on Monday for the purpose of selecting a
". before could nd, ; aI Sims, Sinpson, homas s.p:ith, n : to represent Florida in the tower House of
i; we come along dI '
Inc j I I It is flate.l, 'lor; instance, in a recent Conzre:**, and closed their
'I
hecomrr
report jttcereporffdan aldrt and resolutions! 1 ton, "starkweather( St. John, ', session on the evening of
: them. If we had passed the fort, I b-Jicxe i J to the d'ot; 'eminent, I hat in a little more than xhich, M" re read and adopted l atfi, Thiirman., TibSatts! Towns ; [' I Tuesday, the IJt h instant.

, % xc bhould l.axe carried tho boats to a certain-1! ;1 h..Jmrar trxelie new Erects hue TII'* Williams, XVilmot Wood There were f ral eminent names before the
: Jlldn.t Conxintion then
into
\\ .nt a nomination (cirjruuiithite Convention,
J' tj. We had with u' s3 men anJ marines II i lcCI added. to ] which is at the rate of 11J : lose equally deserving of consideration, ands
Ilt'J a L for claims
Congress Nas-Mesurs. Abbott! John equal xxere. of course, sustained by
; the ht and 2d lieutenants master and all the ,
,
hundred!
: "i one Mreets a ) ear. (handler C. Ylne..f Jackson, and William H. noM, \-ihmun, llarringt-r.! H..II. r' t their respecfixe personal triends Among the num
M ids, except txvo. We returned to the ship i I These twelve ; ber J were I'ROCKENBROI/CH of Middip ..,
,. [ hmulf'd new llrpl contain u!rocl."fllnrrl.. _. "t L.n.._ .. .r.,. ,.n'. .in. ---- .;.....1.;...... chard. Kroelhtad: .Millon Hroxxn.: :. : ef
-- --- : : hast
at 2 A. 31., much latigued and ? 1.- and > O>GE of West Florida. As
each
ialpoiltcJ folly-: ig'it' tllolsalull.fUS'I, most of them builton i jinI'n< n, jonn II. v ampoeu i : district
There xxa no election mi the first ballot. The the claims
3 supported of
I xx ill write b this > Crozier its own candidate in
7 cnn } and commodious ale and mer Cranston Cuilser, ) preference
large
; him of the next af)fight. Yours, .Vc. Mile I a ; itt a Hilt 1.xxJ.( Y one 'fj, 1'ruckf-nbroii U3Mr xis, Delano, Dixon, I )oekerx ld- : to the other,of consequence there was no choke
of superior comfort. With all this efltcteil from these
; won.dcrful Yon e'i name xaMiluIraun, and the name I II. Fxxinj, Fdwm I II I Fxxinjr I \ I prominent gentlemen. They
LATCH FllOM; increase, it is said that the dcmmr: for of I. II. Uroiison of M. John, x% as presented Gentrx (Idinjs i Graham, (Iridt' whom were xxithdraxvM and WILIJVM A KAI.T, (than
TnllICO. houses inc'ac of diminishing conlilucs lo 'in- tun l. Harper, Ellis H. Holmes, a stauncner democrat is not to be found,) of
()rrT\MPico June The C'onxention then procctiltd! to a second hall Franklin county, xxas put in nominationand
10, I" I. crease, and that while in toxxns of the Sdtn'lf'tlJ. Hub'iard( Hudson I the re-
suit
" As circumstances beyond our control pre. mal l li I. xxLich resulted for ftrocktiibruiigh 2'*, Bronson t.ii Hunt, Clurles: J. In eisoll! (I was his unanimous selection as the democratic
interior the number
of candidate
houses the
isauagnietuting for
I unoccupied post of
rented from reaching the three gunbo.itsspoken 30. Ji'nkins., 1)uuui-l 1 P Km!, Leib Representative in Congress.
: us The
scarcely is a new street London superior qualifications of this
in MrI..an.1(
iaulI.ey, \Ie!lIenry, \ I gentleman, u
:; : ( of in my letter of the 13th: instant,) finished, before almott! every house in it Alter tight unsucctdsful ballotings, the names of Mille'r, M.!.le'y, IVndleton. Perry. indicated by his acts m public capacities, especially

moored in Tampico river, and which we had is (iulh occupied.One llrt"keubrllugll and Cnn..t.l11 were wit bdran n, and (Bitter, Julius Korkxxell John A. ( m that of Senator in our State Legislature, will oc

desired to cut out, our Captain determined: to eat flr the name William A. Kam, t>f Franklin, xxu pre- Rutik Hu ell, Silienik.Seaman. cupy your attention hereafter, I presume, u without
the at shot from the gu IC'S01 signel the rapid stntid Smith, .\lbert Smith, (ll"'J I 1!. any fear of futuredisappomtment. KAIS'S quali
long
greet enemy growth! of i is the fications for
r .hil IhwIol, extraordinary ficility. Stiwart Si rohm, S\ kt-s, T lubo.! the station of Representative, may be
.
T(he .on\.nti. ,.
3 and at 7 A. M. we nn ajiain |'rocci d ] (to ballot xxhenVILLIMA.KAIN taken for
accordingly granted for the
S ec< norny and dipatch xx ith wlJiel people Peiijinin| Thompson; James I present, by all of us who
I kedge (m the (quarter, and brought our guns are now oxer tormina- \ xs uuanimousl oom.natidas : Tombs, rrumbo, \.mce, Vinton xxith base not the pleasure of being intimately acquainted

to 1;ear on the gun-boats, uerI \Inch t:ng trn"portl.t Owing to this :, it tin J, mocratic candidate for the %th Congress of Uinthnp: XVcKdruT( Wright Y I has-coo him.
tJrp. C.U't' (:Iiratcd hesitation
I they were anchon The' boats an*.hored in that (hIJ; infhu of intis' i.lual' i is five limes the L'mttd Malts. Nine states x'i/. New I BROLGII, our present incumbent in saving that Mr CROCK*

line abreast} the rixcr with} The Conxeiition then ; a across springs greater than it was. fill* en sears ago. Alabama Mississippi Missouri, mv personal first choice for re-election. In fact, be

1' on their cables anticipating an attack .fiotu u*. I 1,..II(1 is novx' about fjiiniks in cii urn- flip- Honda and Texas are is-as the first choice of the whole Middle District,

., As soon as we opened our broad-ii'u! upon fcrl'lct nd! riu:nbers more thin txxo millions The New Orleans Jellersonun publishes a letter present bill solar as represented with,but one exception.claims But the West had, politically -

them they returned the .fire brisklx ; but txxoof of inhabit,ints. dileil Head Quarter' from (>ene.ral &-oll. in reply and six States unanimous against District superior, inasmuch to a*either the latter the Middle are represented or Eastern

our I'aixhan shells which fipIO'I'r/ the ------ to the re'piest of Gen.'I'gJ and the other Mexican lie II 5, Rhode Island Connecticut m the Senate of the United States, and the Muddle

for silenced it, the boats still miintainingtheaction \1'(1:11lelfr: dated at Milxxaukie officers to It'a'eew Orleans during I the sickly sea- Jersey and Delaware at this time, in the lower House, also. The West,

i -they fired, I suppose, about !I.:. "hfI. 01 the 17th nit., fan : "on The govtrnrnent iHIh"1J a choice of' resi- vote-Mr. Wilmot-in favor of one feeling branch it her just due to be represented, at least in
a all of which proved hLartzIle.Ii I 44 lU ;ofthuc difT-rent I of Congress, strongly urged her claims-
mirsh counties
"' The are deuce as follows : her vote xxas unanimous for the The Middle xxas
not unmindful of her own, nor of
, Three passed over our hammock netting, I taking the census' of the Territory, and from 3' For lh<* montln of July, August, September and gave 1C for the present bill, and the rights of t Ihe other Districts, and in a pint which

t falling half a cable's length beyond I" ; t two present npp arances, our populition will vary October, Iouixille llarrodabnrg Frankfort or Lexington bill of I 1512. Her representatives ( does not always characterize Conventions, where
'
other ll within a few jaids of thr pile but little! liom I OOOO, being an increase of in Kentucky ; or Cincinfidti, Yellow Spring whereas now she has but 31. there is necessarily much diversity of thought,toter-
Ir-I Vol\ ion or Columbus in Ohio and 'for the est l and feeling, she
t fell ; remainetr proposed to withdraw her can
the
sented to rnemy ; one near a hundred. thousand within five
over one }ears. ol the year Baton Rouge or New Orleans until It is thought the bill will pass didate, on condition that the East withdraw bers
moored astern, and baptized her crew with ill j The population of this city will not vary fifty othervxise ordered." majority! The bill of 1S12 : i also, that they all might unite on some Democrat

p spray ; the rest> all fell short or wide of f their from 9500-an increase of 5000( () in two car8. It is intimated also that they may visit other places tiro and the Senate by one majority from the Western District, The East readily consented

mark. The population of the county of :rilwaukia, by applying to the government for permission. Cth the bill was received from the to the proposition, and the names of blasts.BROCKENBHOVGH .

: In return for these civilities xxr presented embracing the city awlsc"'n townships} will Gen Scott we remark, does not append his rank Sevier moved it be printed and and East Middle and and B RON SON were withdrawn

. them with 10 I'aixhan shells and 11 solid be about 17,000.) The county of Wakesha, and title to this( letter. tier for Monday the 13th inst. A ( and voice on WILU IM West A. KAIT., united As with to the one matter heart

shot. The bar interxening between and which was set off from this county Ia8 inter, upon this motion. which resulted of a triumph I never had a doubt, whoever the can

the fort and the gun-boats, rendered it un;>os. "i not vary much from :UOOU, making 37,- 00- The xvcather for the last three or four days nays being taken as follows : whose didate might be With either of the gentlemen

Bible for us to choose our distance ; we were inhabitants in a district of country thirty- has been exceedingly unpleasant. Yesterday and Democratic names x ere before the Convention as toe
Yeas-\ft'sns. Allen Ashley standard bearer we
therefore reluctantly compelled to engage three miles in length by thirty in width, which to-day it has rained with but little cessation, and the Benton, Ilre'eae Bright, Calhoun I I could not but be doubly sure in of success the next. canvas As the*CU

t them at long shot. Discoxeiing that we did t It'l sears ago was an unbroken wilderness. weather ill very cold (or the season. Over-coats and Colquitt( Dickinson, airfield, stands we are still foitified in our opinion as to the

I not do the execution which we desired, the .\nde the immigration to Wisconsin is larger fire are in requisition. The rain and cold must injure Lewis McDuflie Pe-nnxbacker I overthrow of our political adversariesand the rush-
this child's play caused a the ier, Turney W lrcolt. Yulee-2J. ing of Federalism in this State.
( Captain thought the present than it has been any previous the cotton and fdaid planters in saving The
Na's-1resn. Archer Harrow personal Mr.
of and ball and iheic- animosity of the Whigs agaimt
useless waste their fodder
po\"rcr season. Thomas Corxvin BUOCKENBROCGII is
, Clan! Clayton_ not a secret in Florida. Had
fore rave orders 8t 8 A. JM. to alo trinS I via, l.van. luntlOFlon, Jarnigan, he been nominated, it I is well known that they bid
;. ; when we weigbed the stream and eoge Lieutenant Huiz of the 10th Mexican infan. { :>- The proceeding of the public meetings held iana, Johnson of Maryland. many and various calumnies, not only to employ

: f stood out to our old anchorage. try, hal' been brought a prisoner of xxar to N. in Washington and Hamilton counties, which appearin Niles. Pearce, Phelps Simmons 1 These agaiMt his political, but his personal character.--

It was a source of deep regret to us all that Oi leans. .\110 a Mexican supposed to have our columns to-d.l1, were not received by us until and Woodbridge22.This They confidently they had diligently expec'fed.spread from West to f"-

., tho shallowness of the bar would not admit ol I /been engaged in tho murder of the Rogers' within a few das past, and tin must account for is regarded a* a test vote, I ( known to be untrue by them-by to these defeat clumaies him. Th!J

: our crossing, and thus engaging the enemy at fulily: on the Colorado, who will be tried in their publication so long after the meetings were it thought will go with the expected the East to be brought over to the WD'

I q'lirter '* United tstatcs Courts. held. its passage under instruction from ranks bj this nefarious means,and to divide lbs WISt
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****ie. of which the. but : i was reported II mnuii,.. 'i- -- -- than I to go and try In.eV.fl > JIorc$ for alc. 1oIct I shall. It to the' Felt.i .
successful was date. )
months ap
; after
**? I men, and Gen. Ure.. Frvm the .v. 0. Pullet in.Messrs. was more : brown MARE, that works well in SIX dwrsis-
rv'Y ,, a I hand ucain. He did s "Vnroallv to Monterey RENT, St. VRA'IN, and I'OLGER, arrived release ot his father, and afterwards i/f a brothtr and rides tolerably as Executer of the list will and tetarcot tfLikev
l the Press HORSE, shun
AifWP pi'TLn of ) and Arapujia have been orier4., **L Louis on the 2d inst. from New Mexico. They who was alsj among the prisoners." _ 0.e large DrajWagon or Waters.doc'd. CHAS. S. I'.LEY.
force at Monterey some 3'i't be the aJ of June, at.d Fort William on (
of oUT rr,? .ori fur sale low.ALSO Juts If. IMft. 51 uric _
't | <-f Gen. Mejia. the St. Louis and HARNESS, very cheap.
it1O' ri.nr.erutr. BES.T, sue learn from The Recent Fire In Qiiehrr. one SULKY .
: % a portion <-f P.razj's artIer> rMlv.sl t>otgovernor Armijo on the 23d May, incidents of the recent J. R. FORTUNE. Cotton Gin.
: I : T'-- ="*. i .. at 1'.t.D4.< >'"es *-' "ll tfrijat up to that time, intclliUnru A paper in Quebec pives some the fol- Tallahassee, July IS, 1S46. 52 SIXTY SAW COTTON GIN and WI lIP-
of oUt from which we extract
part! Maj. Wilson.! fire in that citj,
ANEW
11 I is '< lr.V.-pr; (t'lt1 the existence of war for rule cheap at the Auction Store ol H.
wsu .
1eetiOfl the reported to Irfcve sohciti-d an ii -r- irs Zacatecu. Dliratiztftcij) tin of hosU'lwasduly lowing : who were Aoticc.OIX be made bvO Archer Esq., Tallahassee.
[ allj will ,
with parties
Wilson some
conversed
but the litter required hn .. We have week after date, application JOHN P. DUVAL.
Jrf-
.OecuAU < %trytcl.edto.he )n, of Jolt 4. t f.3u. .V)
.J4FejeralJst. j should be wa the exhibition on theevtmng in .luestn the Judire of Probate
.. s'lhrr.itfed; in writing. Mexico, andti,. WeW present at the undersigned to
I 'iu'le nrallv, Ironj close Mr. Harrigon on the
that at the administration
that Canales who in stating for letters cf TAXKSITaxCollector
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was to attend a h1.-d towards the In.. ; \ concur (erects County, TAXKS
u im
I !lj miles from ROAHOSO. however U'i. )tjt ? ? the proprietor, was in front of the curtain thankihe Felbcrg, late of said county decea.T's.i aid Last Notice.
went with a that should xrnve '' &ththe for r ; ., ...... estate of Henry ..T's.iT'rr* ** Third
a *
I for the purpose of cairit2; : hit:.. mntioneit. many persons would w overawed by his audience lor ineir pdvruuuetvii.< imniedidioranuc ;. IIF.MO (.i-t.t.iL.- the Court Hcuse in the city of
\ j Il. baize. He WILL attend at
there too early to ac..m.tih their and .mrlhrouzh the green Jul l 1'.(' : '
presence, w..uld acknvwlttJ Munteehi.
; thtir adherence I on or by deputy
the l r..piti tX" Leon County in | ei
th pM I in seeing '"" > Talbhas.-
ae taking two vi liis (PTCi(. to the General Govi-rnniei.t. V"1atld HERF.KY GIVEN, th.t ap- the tirt day of August not,
there hac had bit to.. late to street tU l>rl.winasMdcnR. :; NOTICE IS EVERY DAY, until
"""'lathe a teen ordered to Reynes'i. At the cro inofthe Aikansas, on the If.th ult.. had then tended to his pri.LIC licit ion will be made to the General Assembly instead rf three day*. w the law requires, for the

b CZ t of the Picayune we Mako cone the company bet Cjpt. Howard with come ten or of the way of the pefi .iicklv, -nvilopmg the j f Florida, at the next c-u..uonthreft. > of giving those who are backward in paying
; State < <
2" oh1utet.Te of following leaau.t d.- .cn;.tiun is ol twelve dragoons, and a lew Shaw nee and Delaware An attrmj.t ww aNo naQv 'l,ie .. Ain"\0 be out of the aruml the act r>f the legislative Council of the purpos their taxes for this year a sufficient tithe by notice

03g3t1Ol indirertl Alto : Indians, in pursuit of the traders, (or traitor) Speyre. ths disaster the boy, to extiii,iH11, tjt. ,.(.,
eat *hiCh On the mos-juitoes commenced their The party of Speyre had crossed the Arkansas", at are told, by Lieutenant Armstrong, "i 1 cause ol Territory;he citv uf Key West," passed llth of February, to enforre'the law to make my cr.llcctirns in time to

Wl5'tbVsl-n' te. full f>rtv-none of your common the old lord, three due ;previous. Howard pushed iment, w ho rusl.td iipou the stage for tua%% a< Wlr rte settle with the proper department as contemplated.

rsTunl? ht< !t.t: (he e&tiit.c .
E? Tanfl* bill ; came in clouds, fairly er.cru..t. Moore were met Capt. M. with two comra, most of the indict e had retire! : tie duirnV July tr ngirio Tax Collector.JuN .

''i t new tilling our eyes, noses and m< uhs! flies crossed the Arkans-ns l.-.wer .!own. On the 2'th) } having held back to escape tie treat cruet,, and r'-- .p .

the DT* f-r me shudder even to think of it. a com[>any under commar.d of Lieut. Noble, was ir.et tire quirtly cud in comfort. The iiuke fn-ni itoriimphtine I. ihrCimMrV- dote. 1 shall apply to the lion _. 4. ISUi._ -- _. __ _.
-loftg debate
1 wadincslowly along and the IdiKnl- at the Little Arkansas. All thee tree.;.. were coins and buni'ii cane see soon, Ito''tv. frightened title tsf Jes. r.oJfcarr.Judze ci V"1* awl for For Sale

JvU hia 'e ni* at 1 ed upon ti. m for two. hours cod a : to the suppoit of (';,{'t. Howard, and to meet them, and | n.duci-J a grat confusion. Tin 1'said rc-al estate Ivingvjor leave to sell the real est --' A IIANIXOME F.RASS MOUNTIUlTHrNrV

boc ess ta; wire lost List nigjit on that field. w hatevrr emergencies rniirit; arise A party of Chayenne Sox entrance having: admitted them they thought ti I terse All persons iniereSft"* County, deceased.n WGGY. with topsuitable f r one < rQ7"llwo

.4 T' inflicted a thousand times o\cr, Indians wrc fallen in with at the eaehts.- escape the same way, and tIe stairs beins smrw-w ba I n,- therer.f. SMifilT C.mn* horses, bv

:?"o it v between our troops and these of They report that the Can-.Rwhes: have declared thcmvlves steep and nariow. the loremo were pitched dew i Mtriffamt er-offtfio .?& *take, due I'. A. HAYWARD.Tallaha .

o* erne and' a During this warm engagement we hostile towards the Americans.linrneiliately headlong, ar.d thenjaninxd by others tailing on lhu .IefiVrs..n County, July I IJ l4t';. 51Notice. 'ee, June 2('. il".. 4*|
J aJrna. old encampment, but he had a after meeting the advance company until the ;passage became completely ct.oked, emit tin --

: utat't he i- : moved back f vvo..r three miles of trader-i, Mr. Kent sent an express back to his tort, unfortunate pilijie; inextricably ilit I laced. crn-hii Jefferson Circuit Court.

aI.ee.I: L"I A Gorman company from Texas was t.i infirm Ins brother of the commencement i f hostilities. and wedged i in. One enlletnan w ith a lady Hiarr )fliSONS, rletnarita against the estate of EdwiiW. a IVu.. To NOVEMBER TERM, 1S4-1.
heard ;
Yon have by-I have f riotteti the command Hisevpress will reach the Fert and Santa foreseeing the sl.irht chances ofscape aHorded then 1. Dor.ey, deceased, are hereby notified to present ,* b ) rpllE defendant and all psroP4

3L.d:' !to irn. company is O'Mof the Iw-st drilled Fee in advance of any other intelligence, and put returned to the toxrs w ith his charg.1, although thrywere them within the time prescrilied by law or thi C Charles Mi'.ie. C JL interested, are hereby antiI -

'aa,' h rJ b.i!<*t> e\c ie pleaded in bar of them. Thr.se whi I) for foreclosure of loch cf the filing 'f the |1ieti.ittl

l iu m n were sittniu, in little (.:.jrfit-s there, a 1-rii'l.t heet t>f llacie #wep acro s from tin arc indebted will please make payment to the Ercut.r. arc re. voted to appear aute in this cause and they f

,&f reJit tin., as they had rais.d ti r their defence. FORESIGHT OF WASHINGTON stage to the !wrIe.*, fanning with its Inrrning'srlov ROirr. LYON, Extcutor.TalNha"see plea they have.acvordin tolawl to the same, it any

Our NaMtul that that their ol time for sleep The N"e\v York True Sun has an article on the their laces : shim shrieked and pruns (torn his rsej July 11 1-1*>. 51! -t real pr. irty situate north of Monft Lmortj: :e'"m

day. This was halt'-past two at subject of "Staiidinj Araies," tr m which the following down the slairs. He followed, in the |IOH; > of resrniuj as lots Nos. three and tour, in the north3. LIthe

a few mile fuither and ci.nclnd 'd extract is made : her, aid crept over the his ads rf thiwr.Jhinc t Hi.rgiis? mid Itopo.P'ECFS town of Moriticello, and was made to ecuTn. tO

and try t., escape until diyliz *. Events have deni. n>1> 2>i-l'') and interest.AJcCANTS '

: : totmntrc. .th < but the utter uflesnc< of armies in time of |>eace.la >uke to several nn bis wa' dinn. hint could not fine I .J.JJ /JL'iils do. Rope, & SPENCER.

j .* e bar. and we wnsa(Wled our tact, a notion is rather weakened than trentfh- his companion, who eventually j-erisit-d! with tl:<. Itt sale l liv Jure ','7. 1- !. 4'. Attv's. f. r rr( .

th- saddle MankeTs nrn the coed by their ituintai nance. It crows directly out rt-st. I He rn-caine *< nseli-s when ab'.ut! to n-ach the JNO. l.N1LtM.Ntcelu.rt .

| .v blindiiis us all the while, inI ot the improv( entente in military science as a science, hnidirig |'!ace ut the entrance, and %.i4- ilr.irj' J ou1by J'.iy ll.lsf.. 51 jniolicf. Just Kfif %4.

I our bar. Thiva done b. h.uii. lhat armies become unnecess-iry in time of Iwace.1 .- one
j trev. Rut here ar. we a difficulty time improvenx-nt of it..- art ot war takes date with who wa pul'led tn-in tit" livinjj ina-'s,, \ 4 44 Conor's C

<.l-tlie air near the crounil was the appearance ot Natue.l, u iii. K, frt Ins time Tactics ritshed pa-iT us, and '<> bewildered was he. w.m'.! tnonthhafter date, -hall present mr.vace.unti fi .. Masonic Chjrt.

l .-*, a-id when we Ut douti the as tlistin iu-hftl lr'iii Strate-jii-s.wasbut itidilterently have rushed into t Ihe flames, then bursting tl.roc-jli SIX vouchers to the Judge of l'robatefcir Gad C 4* LevizAc'si French Granitnar,

I under tht-blanket insreat haste and undet -tued. Tactics, which retire to tht- I tic! adjoining pit door, lut for the lri.iifand!; ;providential don County and ask f r a final d.sc-liarge from lhadmr..i'traif'ii Calhoun's Into and Sj"eech .f

uvtr t Ii. ijtt we had played them, organization aid haiifll-nj of an uimy Iii the field, 1 iiiterposittuuof a person near hint. Toshowtl.e on the estate of Win. GillilatK), dec Pocktt Dictionaries, lit sale bv J
:et 1 .t. i had rati:ht a tlin'i .md nr more of (-*tcl her with the application: : : of! modern improvements ditlicnlty exiierieiicerl hy the few who vt-ntur 'dtheniselve. AHCHIiL1): SMITh Jr.. Adra'r.lioincy Jm FT. ISIO. .I.! P. A. HAYWAUDruriiitiirc .5

a'e 5 ) tried the >x|. 'rinient ieral times in wcjf on>. was omiuleralily advanced by ... within the burnitig premises in estriraliiig : Ju'y II I'+ M.In for Sale.

.'. ,t0o.wsrJ a cast-net ir.t a thick shoal Frederick the Great. Stralaaies, or the use of armies their unhappy fellow-citizens! we may Cit :.tu n .1 tL
and Ji'hn m were at last obliged to lie down on a craiid scale, was first lully dt.ve.lo'cd| by Napoleon that three jrsons w >(tli the writer: h;* tie; uifiriii- liic Circiiii Court of the UleIdc: i Fashionable Sofa,

} m he the ronv of those we had tikcn to b d and he illustrates it bv the, conquest of Luroj'e. nate Mr. Devlin by the two amis, who was standing Cirruit of rioricln. L 1 I'.ureau with a irlax on the top,
Du-ic: 2 < i-i wt erect and encumbered but by tl who 1 Handsome venet-red curl iivaple bed.Uadnithcosters
and nose*were pretty b: i'y' s nr. wx- C' ]tiipmeits. eviu indivi-.iual of one arriv may ivjual lav in various positions around his ft t. and w ho tea- IN HAMILTON COl'Nl Y :-L> lllA %ctRT. 1 Dozen fashionable, Chairs. '1

t rf<--:>\! an entrance any two individuals an ther army, and set, from within a foot ol'! the (size if the partition, a rurwon Martha Wiihan,
naSovt* tu he Could be saved ahd. with in.- .. Dill for J.ec.rce. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE.
tfviidi> superior skill the latter whole "bo to |>a-H-d. ere life r
xot creat dancer. f the .\*. O. Bulletin.U. than a match for the otLei, as. a Thus. Napoleon, may ia more his own exertions sn;>eradd!, could not move Liin.inckeilncfi Wlhau IJ. WilliamTT -. June r, l-io. 4t5 .

Jifk.'ii ljslIthe S. SctiooNrn FLIHT, ) Memoirs inform us. that in F. pt two Miineluke, appearing to the satisfaction tf f the Judge by the CARRIAGE AND TWO NEW IIAhINF. SF.Skr

F..4.ri. R'a' ; | ] St. ian, June :e', I t-i.; 5 owinjf to the superiority of their horses, anns,&. personal in l'ari-Thie editor r.f the Philadelphia affidavit ot the coniplaiiiant's Solicitor that ft c low price tf 135. A| i.ly to

a.i-i i* 'ti the eve ot'sailin:; t'T jnt. f der, t bert- skill, were a match (ti.r three Freiiclinun ; arid Spirit (.f the Times who is now ii Paris. defendant is a mm-residenl of the State t>f Florida:- June., i-io. -f. j R. FORTUNE.

ii; IL it tao %erv : are lanlru: proi i na, touni yet 1'HM Frenchmen ci.uldeo.sily teat I. HI Macit. iii'I... a m-iv illustration of Mienif.rality of tlu iiidv! ]' it Urdfr
:ii Hill i" the t\tfi i for their ertti' At present we luke The French! Gem< rals. .MMr.t, LecU-re and metropolis He says hit tie very licutii I us'it- of anr r-aij bill within three months, or the saint

L.JT i. ReVf at the Ura 1 <, af'<-r -i\ diys tub. La Salle, formed themselves irt,. three lines. The Put is-and it is both iinmeusurablc and unulteraMtis slnil tic taken for confi-s- ; J'meiJtif, That due Tax Collector's Sale. m

\ hae several ] -n blown oft in a !ieivy sraie of wind ; Mamelukes attacked the tr'it, when the second presMitcd : r/i grnrris. It is not considered, for nisfa'ice. publication l tie nuitle of this order, in soroe cewspa- B virtue of authority. vested in rr.e by law, I -

:r w' AJnencar. which we fell 1.1 w nil the swho<>n- itselt on the ri
;&ta Cat tins be auuut l.'n miles south it the Ilra- Mamelukes turned to make i Ittud; atrjinst this la>t, the mot clocking proposition t., any lady wb'im !hiu i iniav mouth j'lectb-ivtlv." d-x-r. ia Mouticello, Jct'erson Coui.ty, ou the I

: ean4evrituue in < ) from the M.ZieauiOt. Slie was the third line i harmed, and always deteattsd tUrn. chance to meet, and entertain a suddn! l.i-.r\ bated At-iil 5th, isir. first Monday in December nrxtt .

Tbt-subject r in the t'tldic stieet. To sheik( : charitable in GEO. W. MACRAE, Judge. '

vd m the Houi' that we had hare)' time to a rt-at dial in this manner : and yet that tactician seven oltt of ten casi-s his suit would not lie vain ;- M. O'nniEN. Complainant's Solicitor. the following property orsoir.uch tl.ertsf a. edit

:iure all the cod crew but ii<> properly : tlere tujy bo innocent of all skill iu rnaticrnvrin on Sut should it, by any rare com? iti? ion of cinuinstatirrs A true copy from the minutes, pay the tat due on said pri.pertv :

of ruuainir and the sale had but little a srratid scale. This wus the case tv ith nearly all the happen that the lady he addressed was inclined H. M. STEPHENS, Clerk. IVSE4S3bT1iItS..Eetuietaiain9.9lacrL" .
happy in not losing any A < ur generals before iu.uiah.arte.Since to be a pattern r.f discretion or fidelity cull July II 110. 51 3m ESE4StvTIR4S&: ; E, 7S p.tri! "

Far in rcie\iii! ; the di-tused.. This the invention of lire arms, armies have l>m. she would not resetit his advances will, indignation. LotNo.S23T2R.1N&E 44 115 '
Mr. Editnr-Lady and c-'t oil'with ctercly tii.- loss of necessarily drawn in loii thin lints. When, Site would not ern conceive that she had been in- Wanted, .' 3, S2t;, T 2, R 1. N X E, 44 101 '

Sjoebodeie said iiad saved all hands. 1 hhcutier therefore, they were up attacked on one or both eadsol suited.! Considering his convlu-1 t as merelv the homage 4 SITUATION a* Tutor in a quiet family. In- ii 44 I,52T2.R-tN&E. 44 4 !.*> "

irf cirain n |>ruf>wt> ( than two i>r three l.nurs alter she fhe line a change in po-.it.on: became necessary, due to her ittra-tion, sinwiuld poiitelv a-s-nre ti. strictioti will be given u in English, Eletvttntary .'C 44 a, S 1J.T J, R4.NX E. 145-

.e.Lt 1 1.--. ) 1 li, this, The oflirer and crew ar .' now on and t. be otliicd to dothi in the presence cf uu ctietny : him that he had Uts eived him-elt as to her itirlina- MatieTi ici, Che-uie..tr.' Botany, &.C., and in Latin, 44 4&ST2.RIN&E. i6a

a':c doctrine : A ] I* a-> his lose like a true plu. was tu incur defeat. This being evident on a ions, and then (perh.i]>s thankiiii hiin li.rl.is admiration .ret-k an-I French, if desired. i'r information, address 4. 44 ,5 7T2R 1N..t E, StieS
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.< with! The ; part ot her and had not a dol! liattle! held, u was assumed t<> be true armies similarly ) request leave undistiiifn-dly to withdraw. II. N. i U.: Monticello.Jnlv *' 5, S 7T2RlN&E. '' tc2" -
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i' 2, S 3U, T 2, R 4, N &. E. 44 121 '
-o >Jii a d.ictrme had five joule on board-Captain ; placed, no matter how distant they rai. l.t !tie. i, I Is'S; t.NotIce. "

aoilx: raaaliies, j CMU', and three mn, all Napoleon, however, understood at cite, that if the To the citizens of Tahlaliticece. 44 l.S3oT2, R4Ni.I '" tt3
'C 44 S3iT2RlN&F SO44
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rrawH with 1 distant to allow of alternate Iii accordance with resolution of the Council ,
armies \ ere suSicicotly an a City -
months after date, I shall present my ac 'a 44 4.S3lTR4N&E. *tjt'
"T ariJ rxuLt not some little damage at the Rio
attat k Upon the enemies, the army in the centre I have the honor of presenting the Trees SIX M. 1
oui it. recollert liraxos. In the river cite!: Casier the wonderful toyuu and vouchers to the Hon. James Gil- 44 ;;. SIT2RtN&E. n i.so

ailed.: |ur the bar, and one M-htiouer on c iiiibinution occupied and strongest their immense positionIlis results illustrative urerV-J: Quarterly Report fur I IMt;. chri-t, Judge cf Probate for the County of GadsJ-n, 44 2,5 "I l.T2RIN&F0" e't 4
in rdits of of the Iarb0routsitk the river. were SIMON TOWLE, Inte.Jant. and pray for( a filial discharge frtm the Admiuistraiion .. 44 r>, S 31, T 2, R 4, N Si. E,44 SO 1 1lung
of tlie which he had inverted
rt:;* i-f this. d <-hoon r was hixen from her an- theocratic perfect triantier in >rtiou of Eu- of the c'v1..te ot Archibald Smith, Sr-, late of on the Lake, joining Gov. MDSCley, Messrs.rgctt .j
strateie Every K
isei 'j'.iv would, in .? nhat lie
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WILLOUGHCY i ( S. GKDiORV. Ailm'r.Ci'iir.cy. Claries Williamson and purportircto belong to him.
snaerciK to he stt-ami r Clone llarney is wrecked could undcrMatid the principle on which Trtaturtr. .
July, !S4 i. si tIii: Lot No. I 1.S-27.T2.R lNi.Econtaining 13i
Sooe udy has torn O ; I iirazos : I hate n-.t h.jn! <4 any Ii art.d. In fart. it vus roundly asserted that he 1'Ib. DU. acre
;J liiiziitten the Secretary.:4.I ] !'Ct. We have ltd i i surce-ion laid no principles, until i I the publicity of tl.e militaryvvirk April 1. Toata't jwidfor horseaudcart,4c. $I3J 'Ji) J.ist of Letter 44 7T2R4N&.K, 44 ll ..Vj/ .

: : the unl'ortunate hmor 1 the Lict: three moulln. of the trait r, 4ii-iK-ral Domini. The last s 1. .* work on street, KT 2"> in the Post Ofllcc at Tallahassee, said to beloig to Fairish Carter, lying on Miccosee.

ir Rihle. Look to l now 1'<>." .o trouuss> and is leaJy canipaisi of the allies were then always conducted 1. *' expenses on Room, Ifi 7" REMAINING kie Lake near Wirt's plantation. !
: Ii4-o : S W 4 'lSimC '.', T 1,11 J, S 4i E, containing 1io.7 -
.unr li-imble servatit ti..e(i cut i M"t t-ri'y. m.ly waiti'.u i on tim,. plan of retiring rehimvvh.-n"he advanced, 44 K<. scrip burned in Council, U til (
Alston, C 1 Robert 2 Joncst.Villianior Charles E SE 4S T1R4, S&Ec&intaiitinit
> acres ,
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Stiuuid the cent Master's lJv ;>artmnt tc lnrni'li u'i'i drawing around him when te withdrew. 13. paid fur a sesin5taxt'sand ;
Him. such tucking lists Co (01) Ashley Lodowick Jemmerwin, Daniel 7'..lsl acres, entered bv Thf>n>as Wright, joins Ifetti p
arrusate tuau lur ,
traiaja.ru: | ;u: pro- The world has yet to see the result of the vast
A&h, ( Charles 2 Jc-rkmneZacharah section, and said belong to the estate of t Dtde.
apt
Drifted if they are i pe ; he il.afin ti udkatire. and linguist' lie I'a-- t.i rnilil -ienw.. This,with the 13. larremovirig nuisances, 7M .
try Ames, M .v J 3 Johnson, Joseph D The above lands to be sold f > the Cotmty tax s
w the keeled. I being l lost. and tlw wl.ole urtuy i- e'.uuyi7levfthe t'nitedStxtc- far to do 13. I'd.. Mrs.Courtney for4 rns. pay
w.ll.: n'M' rnn ..m< to move on. TlielM-allhof the I with the iiwinfenance standing armies go \\hich away are hire of boy Stir work on st*. 2S 00 Anders, MarrarLt A Jones. Cut C Hrmo for 1S4T and I4;14, and the State and County taxesorlSl"

of eomj.irion. l i c*",d, and the volunteer arc la- I lite! taexhaiucal instniuieTits only of the military 11. P. A. Hay ward fir Books 3 UO .\ .rong, Richard Kelly, James 3 >.
Adams, Lliza Ann Koatltaan, Alexander Also the following to the State and County
turned dis'-'piute-l, and .re a'l aaviou s'itire. In this mechanical and tactical part. England 2G. Mar com ou 2'(1 2eltMl: pay
Austin. Miss Mary Willis Kerth, Jamc. J ta'.esfor1l3.viz
dollars taxes collected for : .4
>rmt on the rock of excels beca'ist.she lias _
a.a are ly paccive i there has hen probably expended inendil'le ivir, 9 r. ; Anders, Ow en i:. Lingo, D T Lot No. rt, in fractional Sec 3f, T 2, R 4, N i. E, Z
nerlect ; sum in the accumulation of military stores.
i.zst lh tn since the lakiri of Iht- lathe intellectual or strategical part, she i> by no 41 2:,. IK! for 2 raos. board of boy, 12'VK
A u ,din.s country i ii* dtu.et. but the iiH-ans so far advanced as the United States. The i u M JK! marshal's salary titus, 125 **) arbt-r, Wm 2 Lockennan.E and joins Dr. Jermany's plantation.
a. J. IJ. Gamble ? (do Header: Parker Linebi-rcer, Mrs Nancy The undivided 3d of the following land, purportngto -
toetiii: (>{ sullen and ready to rejoin the armx dt-gree of military sci. IK. dtlu-i d ?rough the I'tiioii May 2''. refunded 3O
.
Uyrd, Joshua Luice, Perry A belong to Henrv W. Peebles, to-wit :
44 44 M tot burial 2 12 WJuinJ.
turpu.e ot ifl ( (>rtUiity! rour* Thesojth by the of the West Point Academy islullve.jiial 2t paid pauprs
u.r defeated ) del Xiirtc is tlou lily settled aid to ojK-ration that cliiiiia'iiiL' IroUl the Royal Academy at U paid Cleik's and Treasu ['urrreshi 11, Charles A Lockerman, Nancy TheNE4.S.J N W 4. W 4SE.I. and S W 4,

Rw'.crJ, Tint in cottazor lot -iiiii ol ilie learner rer's salary for 6 months, hit) 00 Rnt.oke. Winttield :2 Lane, Lewis W : .. ; the N V. 4. See 31 T 1, Souttf cf R 5, E., ,
every Woolnirh. Tli cpa< ity of the is as great,
i tt 30. ** Treasurer's com. on tl''I; U-d, C Lee, Rev Eliurges aid to contain 213 acres. Ni
.3.* wtnrh swh healin -ioldiiTs
to u aj a> wounds and the circumstance of the most ..f thitrn making
"" Jiar/illia Lester, Mississippi W"jttigs ANrt the follow ing lots in the town of Munticrlla:
license collected 5 70
Arable.Kfinlrrd. 15 >
:TC
of
: the \vord-
good
inen cavalry the military a profes Win A MattouDavid No'. 13. 11! *>3 and t'>, owner not known.
ti ,
That : ., cartridge b-.ises, etc., etc. I beiii inure thorough in military science than where 44 30. baJante oa band this day, 2.15S (
; iaLe, Di- Robert W Manes William 123, 124, 133, 131, belonging to John F-
tendered lu
Jin-
ii e militiry looking farmer what the Woolwich ort
sprizsof nobility go to as a passj Morrell John R 0
,
downing, Stephen Tucker.
to.,* ot our decta> since h- denied positively his tier to the army-the rank and uniform of which is all -2, 3ti 111I'1 .low emriMre W Mills, Gideon SMITH SIMKINS. .
?!n>. resolution be liier) and lie aid he u od it to reap they desire of it. It i is not necessary to military science Mie.i-sipI.i .
McCail Hugh
CR. Braden, Robert Shut and er officio Tax Cu!. JetT. Co.
it esed.tifotrt. tie prevailed upon to sell it at any that armies should actually be afoot ; and England ( '
bala'acc hand, SJ :> I5drf -M, igLOOS MrDwilliams,Alexander June t. l> 4t';. 4fi '>m
J.fui I hfr. I fine -jrtnd.re tmx t he A'ril 1. L'y .
wa a on with her #ijturtjwt per annum, is tin more H G Mont ford. John C 1
near the u'uai! badre I asked him if he used that tor prepared to carry on a' lone: cud than the United '4 1. ** aia't. licence collected, 1 ,htpl l'M Birre Barclay, James G Manly, John U a Leather
received for rent of Stalls
'I'j'J' tbc %t>ace < he turned sollenly away : and thi States. She has the means of fi htinz a gnat battle 13. Black, John Mcx>re, K M Harness. Upper and Sole Leather. Oak -

ft'tolrtd. That universal state of mind of the peo tit, /tjut in a few months the United States could arid 5 nights performance 55 S lilluusby John P Mitchell, Lahuaaa S BAND. for sale by M. L. BAKER. If1
show 0
of
thi :. Losexpa;. Mexico-they show Ioim< if collect, drill, and take the field with a much larger 2": M received, nf Marshal forbalarecerfta'.esforlMUi lertrans, Francis Maxwell, Jarncs'as4.n. Junefi, 1-lrt. 4>; tf i

force, as well equipped, and as scientifically comrnaudfd. 234 20 ( Mrs Elite Minor, Henry
l4'JfliCIfl. July I I are lyineat the Rrazns rLerever.ue oleiiuii, Wm J McCaudly, Huh'ulb.'un NCWB0OKS. .
!
rcteiveslofMa&.Itaxe'
Forward and Van Durrn, with) a The United States already outnumber England, June 3O. ( is-I''. s4) 'MtSi ( John M Nails, Merium LISON'S Mi.cellani. complete, price SI.Wilson's .
outside the bar, waiting and that part of military science which requires tune itt ttIeniri: Gret n H Neil. C Ki.tlman A 1.Parrot's ii

A'i putilK ni 'etin l to requite, they are jnissessed of (through the agenrv ,:;. it.iiiv Frederick Norris, Jaraes Journey to Ararat,
tVSIAl.ZtOti! l.t-ld |> rl.iw to be in time for the mail, of the West Punt Acariem* ) to a greater extent ('eueear1. Mrs Harriet Nicks, James R'rowell.Dr. Remarkable Criminal Trials

hiuat. ot J. |H L .cke 1 hasty sketch 1 hive uien you tlian I England ; of hat part which requires no time, hand. :2,1-Vs ( RuhuidH Oliver, I% a .- D'Aubigne's lli
S7EI'1ICN : l at this place, at present. liz : tatticn and the lucre army. which is the instrument 1. lv" balance on THOMAS ) 'alhiiuni> PrestwoiHl, Geurce L 4 Wainwrisht Family Prayers, :
Ii\UNAKO ,
E.: 1:
GLoar L. CRO.BV F. in the hands of f trate i.ts. thev |*OSM.-SS the Treasurer Cit> Tallahassee.O t ra.e, Wm H Powell, 15 J The Lenten Fast, Double witness cf the Church, ..

Aller! a land most ample material, and collect ml speediI whenever ( lute, John Pope, Ii C Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy,

}lerti ol thi raeetinz. Card.-The redoubtable Mexican required lleeause a person is p.-ilectly skill.-d in ("amineron, James Powell, Mr Listtin's Practical Surgery, Dtwces on Children, -

Ij.ntaj.nt: .i a to his cuperi'ir LU rtrruiiuation chess, it is not therefore requisite that he should Leer IJ I T U A K Y \>uprr. James Hamilton Pipkin, Amos S IVandenu rig Jew, illout rated, D'Havmental.

J'rreiv of tLe sen-. -
ifeieeate tr reprewnt in the Ram-node la Venada, ) Now the Military Academy ot West Point as every residence in Jeflers.mC .unty :WILLIAM IJELLAMY Cain, Uliam Richordj. Rev John J Ransomed Bride, Lady of the Gulph.

'eation at Suwantjee. May lab, ISM. $ well inform Americati is aware, was the otFhpringof aid atcout -ft I years. The di.serfstul.uli "rosstnan, Salathirl Roberts, Emily F Three Mousquetaires I a sequal to the Three Guardsmen .

Tjj.- t'jlifiwin; Jorti-tiintra! in Chivr-Ali tli.*lisrriiiiir tiiii:; judgment, and the sa- ti-r in mated his hie was an I'lHaimnation of the lungs, opeland, R Richardsen, MnsesDe Gabriel Lambert, Pcrcival Keene,

; 4LC r immitu-e. ir : ite"re of this division Laiuig con Karious, well lialanced intellect of GKORUF: WA-H- induced by a violent cold he had taken about three > ane, C LafayHte 2 Riddle, Jidutham Lecn de Cavalier, Jloure's Epecurian, .

B
Lone, \Vn. J. of the ei' my )IMS been greatly competent oilicerl"r our small army,as well had been feeble for two or three months preceding ) Mr Rile, W AV B Pictorial Bible Nos. to 52, for subscribers. r

A Her a short !* -r <.t ;pieces, and the calibie of as forming a nucleus around w Inch our undisciplinid his last illness. Farley s, James II Richardson, S D SCHOOL. BOOKS, Ac.

foLuwin* l lj'tcd a mariner, that were hetoo]>en his militia may gather in time of war. And some In the death of Mr. cllamy I not only his wie! and Fair/R H Russell, Jesse L 2 Anthon's Virgil, Clark's Caesar, Play-fair's Euclid. 1'

taiilly de idea may be formed ot the serveecu.fthie Academy family but the whole community have sustained an Fletcher. Dr. Lionel Robinson, Henrietta ift's let (
V lg&turaSee Philosophy,
That we of national and foreign in from t lie facts, that of its graduates -,!"> have l>een irreparable loss. In all the relations of life, he was Forbes, Rev \V or E Roach, S J IV'Franklin Keys to Day : Walker's part
run Eclectic Readers No. I, 2,3, Dictionary,
Ten'ion, for the <*d to retire from it with the for- killed in battle, it!)> have died in service of wound, alike distinguished fur hi goodness of brett and propriety Jos D (of color) Riv ers, A A Smith's Arithmetic, Copy Cooks, Writing Parch
Representative to l before I find myself um- 'tTare now in artive Tvi--e, and I'J'i are now illustratin' of conduct. As Liisund! he w as tender and Fletcher, Miss Amanda Smith, A J for Window Cur-
,
Slates Green figured
?. Paper
met
ce&traiitic the to evanute it with the value! of its scientific iristrurtionsin private aflecfionate ; as a fa'her.Tolid and tlovctetl ; as a son Fletcher, Christoj.cr Smith, Miss Tabitha"Ireeti. '
!
obliged
likely (ains, 3t> inches wide, &.C., i.c.
friend,
Curing that I fte. and brotherdutifulrespectful and kind : as a Samuel Smith, Lymanrilmer
.
1 hail thus avo.d ; for the march i Just received ncr brie Eineline, and for sale by -
iwowary to ensure a liein; drawn bv o\<-n.and our mu warm, faithful amid sincere : and as a master mild (; Limit (of color) Smith, I'atri.hiuhlons ay3.I'.hO.; 41 P. A. HAYWARD. .
fif\ilteil.: That >. ; My olije.-t now is f.. drfiinl th-} Santa Anna adopting an American Hoy.WaJdy and indulgent. As & man and a citizen he wa honf Charles Sessions, Jicobiardiner. -

d l'RocKENBBorciH | which have been I intruded recent work on Mexico gives >t, upright; useful and popular, and seemed to be Col David F Stone, Mr : 4 4T'OUR
ronsre.., and to mt Thompson' governed, in all his acts, by the golden rule, do Graham Lew is Stuart, Mrs C Rohcrsonlermany 1836.
purpose I am coin |* my- favorable v iew ol the character of G. ii. Saata Anna. *'
State Convention. convenient and within a unto other. as yv would th y shuI.t! do unto you. Eleanor Sturges. Daniel D
tii'Ht Various instances of his clemency er. told ; am..otig; MONONGAIIF.LA WHISKEY
Rffolted That | he faithful and attentive Inbusiness. F Jane BARRELS ,
; will Lertafter iulorrn amt.4dutelnoro' As a public! ina'i, was thlliarl, Ann A Stuart, Miss
1
ol which remarkable incidt-nts th.. following : L'f distillation cf the atieceelatewarranted
oth.-r
elected Senator from WiiK'hister, Virginia, ,
Utlefate, from In 115, lie was a (;i t rrnan lvii' Scott James E
.. h eoir.niuiieati'> n taiist ta it Mier was a
your the eii very
.\ btfrreo
Convention at : prisoners Jefferson County to our first State Legislature, and Sues South, E Wluv un'.virpau"ecl by any evtr
of Chi or that; of Linanti. cisiuit! l.. of .
ta hrwd and handsome U-y ol years age this ir.arktt. For sale bySi
da! to select his duties judiciously and acceptably. Snell David turuughit
in July, ; discharged (; Lewis ,
has wa'.d! Ilie
I have referred in :Mexico this
Joint I Hill. On their eirla1 l Uiy was in his ARR. LLOYD &. FL.AGG.
woids and retiring
and of bmw Mrs Mary
Cuhgress ; communicate it to 1 y confined another pris i-iers were
proxy in case of lu u .t closely! ; tnaritemreit was in the walks ot private lute that his iiliaid.MissTheodoraCThoma.s! Rev James MhIuilleyGeorgeS May 0, l-4r 42
reconiuiendiiij >HJ To se and requt-stfd tat}: I would ask Ilie1'ris.ident ,
ti Hit,
came > see
After the virtues shone with the greatest lustre. Those who Trotti, J L
l.a1ae ) ) e, placing it in a convenient release him. 1 IU Ima to go hiiall', drz nSrt.*
| ; to L'ST ncimttd Bni Fir.elire. two
.Ltr knew him most inlitrutcly, loved and esteemed him .larn! Ii Wells, Capt J C 2 I per
RioIreJ. That ; the l.i p>iunders in that city. to a:.d 1 was sure that Santa Anna would be more apt the b<->t. Hi* mtnns b-n:> ample, his hard and I latnilton'on,, Alfred We tcut, I lamrtonlunt. .J 1 Gild Pens, with silver case art] j>encil; Coral -

tFtuuid.an with 1 will order a r.inforroemit.M to do it on his own account than on mine.A were aUvays extended and open to a friend in Win Whiths. IsraelI toads, Nreklacfs, and Armlets. for sale bv I
\ .\ ) ARISTA- afterwards the little fellow returned purse ? .
General of Tamaulipas. few days dres-t-'d, avid told me need or in adversity ; his ear was ever attentive to I ludson, Hamilton Ward, Thomas J May 23.1- ,. 44 P. A HAYWARD.S'olict

'he meeting then to mv homisevir_' handsomely the- voice of charity ,and the poor were never turned luiibard, J G Watson, Wm Plollingiworth
"
is careful U mention the inuni- that "he had been lil>erated!, and gave me the followin" .
from his door with their wants unsupplied. His I Wm Winsate, W W
GtORGL I. CKO carts, he df.cs net name what) was account of what hud passed between hiuistlt and hospitality was generous and unbounded. He mode lams, Mrs. Huirietta Whipple, James V months after date I shall apply to the Hun.
SIX
the President : When 1 hi.- re4ueated Santa Anna to re- no open or formal profession of religion, but always licks, R H Walton, Thomas J of Probate t-f Washington Ccunty fcr ?etlement -

Icase lain, the Utter replied" Why if I do, you evinced the greatest respcrt for it, by his strictly lou-tton. Stephen J Wimberly Wm R ; and discharge en the state of John Fctt,

At Jour if Cam. lOfA iou!. will go back and fight me again The Santa Fe prisoners moral walk ; his kindness to ministers of the gospel Holt, Witless Walker, Mrs AI Dlerrin deceased, late cf said cnurtv.SHARPLESS.
a of of honor not to
titd meeting HIM. parsed the S,>nate were released on their parole ; liberal contribution to (heir support, and the Miss Mary Wynn, Uenjamin F EVAN'S. Adm'r.M .
Tse at Jasper, on toteof *.tt Is. U pro* ides I hat bear arms again against Mexico ; and it was not three promotion of the gospel regular and respectful attention I larrington, Nathaniel Wooleii howell :> 22. t0) tSfb. -iS tm -

c.tilftiimon afappomntjt. ; } the first day .1 March iiext, shall months licfure half of them had invaded the country of to the Church, &c. ; and the writer,who had lill, Moses Waal, Charlei Deleard
to be a 'ain and they tell me that you killed several my with him, Samuel C Notice. .
'lathe in marktt willi.mt fitidinc a pur ; that the pleasure of an intimate acquaintance James L Williams,
PRENS ad Monday in subject to sale at .*! an acre, until Mexicans at Mier." The little fellow replied believes that he endeavored "to keep a conscience hldrri,4. Mr John Williatas, L F wet ks after date, I shall apply to the Hcn.

*" was called ); then at 75cts., if nut previously he did not know how many he had killed, but that the void ot offence towards God and man," and often enjoyed Hand. James J Williams, C C SIX e of Probate, in and ton the Cctinfy of Jef-

Vn F'poiated March 1 *.*.'< ; then at 5') eta., if not he had fired some fifteen or twenty times"during peace and communion with his God. In his I lenderson, Caroline Young, Thef>
motion In 1st of March, I 1S.Vthen at 25 battle. Very well," bays Santa Anna, I will release dying. moments he appeared perfectly resigned to the Irwin, John Young \Villiara (in[ the estate of E mtt White, late pf said County,

1a11owaug person sold, until 1st of March. IS.'y ; you, and, what is more, I will adopt you as "myMIII Divine will. An afiectionate wife, and four small Persons calling for any. of the above letters deceased. THEOPHILUS J5EATTY.

1w Jane s*id Convention one person elicit be at liberty to and educate you aul pro* id,, for you as jucli.Tornel children, together with an aged mother, a fond sister eu-ill. please SaY they are advertised. Jefferson County, May 16. Is4o. 43 6t
General
T < S. Bell. one section [010 scrod') at the The boy was sent to the house of and numerous relatives and friends, to whom his July 4, IS 16. 50 M NASH, P. M.
!U 1 know
ns T. War and really as a- IVotice.
1 the Minister of was and lament -
left
mentioned viz : M and 25 cents. goodness endeared him, are to mourn
Irnj Henty secured for nix months after I ilopted on a full footing of e'jualily in his family, and their loss. May God, by His grace, comfort and su.. Notice. months after date I shall I-re'.cm..t my accounts I
"
tttou. Mellincton Exemption are from taxes for five years I treated with the most parental kindnesw. He was tain his widow and venerable mother in this, their -.4 Ix months after date, I shall present to the SIX vouchers as executor of the last will and

j LO'Briet. & John E. clause which provided that lands afterward placed the principal college in Mexico, deepest affliction, and "temper the winds to the honorable Judge ot Probate, in and for the fsamrij rf RiAard G Wellford. deceased to the

C. rrt' John C. above, and remaining; unsold where he was pursuing education when I left the shorn lambs. B. W. T.cr of Jefferson my final account and vouchers Honorable James I:. I'rccire Judge of Probate of
Courtly
W.TTler Francis a* I country. General Siiita Anna not only paid the Leon ('coot' and move for a discharge as such exatoraiuiaBtc9tameT.t >
should then be ceded to f ,- Sentinel and Journal copy. Administrator of Nathaniel Sanders,deceased,and .
ia14 1S59 cared for as bv aid
Wm. charges of his education, but in all respects such _TV cmardiart appointed |<
Philmon Bryan. which they lie, was stricken out him as a son. Some lime after his own discharge, Died in Monticello, Florida, on the 9th inst., of hall then apply for letters of dismission W. GOODMAN.as will. "CHARLES S. SIhLEY.May2fl.ll'5. .
The House ate discussing a fever Mr. HENRY FELBERG a native Administrator. WILLIAM
a ion the 20. little Hill came to me to request that I would request Congestive 6ra 6m 4i .1.
and there is every prof pect the release of his father. I told him no ; that ha of Germany aged 2 rears. Jefferson County, Mar P, 1S4542

30,11 A. Scno r. of them will become a liw.



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Splendid A Safe ana EfficientEtmfJyforWormimajbc

-1 i iousi: AD- -- -T.ttfl LEGAL NOTICES ort andiaDr.WiWOJEH
iUzLDG.
;. t. NEW.yOii wN. 'r c l1tTh1D.
i't GER.tU! are now receiving one as.ctt-
t V1NGER1ET > OTICI:. PHI>T W.RHOrEI'RICES I 'L O THS C.1SSLLCRS
VEST
(.Vxl q1'jy, '_ .ra &
v \ f Lfl1Qt 1sh .1 IX ra. iiths aiur da'i' I ,.ht'&I f pi iis< ncourtsa my IICDLTCED I rp.; v1iich they are prep/ed to manufacture inu T lIE tain above preparation It has Wot. ? jT fn"

GI\ES r tice that Le i- pre.r.; dvtn, h s ,, t (tt II. n. Jud.e i AT THE t'iie' ).ist fa.hior.ab1t' manner Also, a Urge supply ol remedy adsantes ctrr
his !) de l4'Ofl EXTENMVE other preparations tee \\ orns, from .f*?
01 i
frier d ESTABLISHMENT the
.. and th. (.O1? 4 dtfl..r4tbr ol FOR fKt
S.rnu.l BEIDT% HIDE cioniiAG
1 with *nv articles ol CAB1NF 1 .th.ul. (k4.t4.'d, an.1 j.,'U for luicrs ol (1.rn'n, l'UIM'.S ONLY III can be gi'.n with perfect safety to a thiMrf *

Mil RF made up ta aet\le ( e.ti.l adniitiistrjt n \V. (made up by o..i..f.c'J) m th, txle,consisting age nor is it necessary to yte any vjjn yji11!

I J jr >ad bv any workman in ti.n.4 ts _f.. Mi> sii.a'j S. TIIEIS. LEE & BREWSTEK 1=!:! m part of ;,. 4,? af it. a.' if '
,
atat pnro --- ---_....___ .___ -j-' ii trou; Frock, Ire s and Iluslncs Coats lBb'k carrying away the Worm, and cleaosinAu'iu *'
erripor. th th sT/iri/
; r >
tzme. flir. ,. % CIICC.ix EW YO1K. unhealthy secretions at the same ***
T.blM of ranou kia : TIIIS > ubllc tlat1r hey and C.lnred l Cloth FroCK and Dr.-s Coats time
WirI- i: ; )flOt.. aftry STOCK 'f I'RFMLD \LICOLS. I' ti t nf.rir' ..I trial ,/ g/. tre think, trill
IkJ every dee, ; I 'l prl4'nt try tna1 .ill reertI near l ., .. t U in IIOII-H to the Cioaktand Overcoat, Tvettl, a\a Gotha fwt utM
sIe I"rda .1 It
if Fu-9, S:'. If 4CCIIt atid ." t >" rtf"I -I rt t. any one. may not cure evuj ,
tn t case
order r t Stan i. to nest d't bot
or ui-irjt..r t and Peaver Bus. Coat X SurtouU
rcpaJ : ( AT61EATLY : irmervJ t *
eh.flet %V. KLUttLI our con dence
i. H is al* H'1. ri'* '' *' .l' a'l' ) IKltLs are r'C t the' ol which hps : in it, that we are wu. V"1 *
b o prepared to r j i r t : *" ; to 'il'** "rn r* tr u Fin M .' '' .r' jII rear and e to
the bt1IJ1., i '-** tndwich otter w >rt i. 30:14: .j I', 'ze' i \J dis,>n < 01 r v lor !left i i 'iIen.l}* f.. -am th. .1 a C'AP INET11'ItOlSTEREliand I'lalti Fancy 1 est, it* brnrfitlinz m every instance, or the rl>,'

gmt.rJy I rig. bv Phue carp* nter H j .. '.t t ui j,., on a- ih.' V!' 'hi.4.aoi-i *a,0 eti;,' eis 1 to 0 Cent Per YarLi'i; Dlack and fisfured Satin, Siltc, Cashmere, Valencia, U refunded iJCf ,

IBM deport :i< nt will be such a> to induce f ri 1. WILU4JI IVOUDARO I.OIVKR i l-els! wt 11 pri.pared l > exeCute( duly orders in titlur and Silk \tlvet RTIf ICATES7)r .

rMMs ,l I.UI'Irnz t I.CTVC him rnj-I.iv, whii11 4J 'cr. C ity.J?n JJ.ISJ ,. 44 mi TIU.7UK PR1CF.., rrcct.J d.u2 )- <>1 l. the abovi brairh.', ot I hi I n.iness. PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONs ( Wt&lruff: Dear Sir: I Lave fc atj

lly f hts work, if it dow ot ttcrpaii, mtlt at j'I'urehater.. are g'iar the Iaro.i4 of 11, is provided with the t> 't mattrials fut the child that has been sick for -otre time >ofi"**"

*ywffanv" vr .rk do ,. .i t hi*nt*. aIloance. made frr rdered. manufacture of new articles of (.'alunet Furniture, L S 0 A VJRV L.RtE ORTMrNT OI inz v hat was the matter with if. wehzdrrw

r0 thecitir ns of TU&haieand cu-i r C'X! : it.i- d ,u., the uudersiencd i1l Or-; Catalogues Lr e u:'!h .k.* Scretiri, Hureans, Tables! l 1'ed-teads, Cotton &. Linen Blurts, cotton, Neil, Merino, !uvi-n op doing sos thing for it ; hrweTer BireKrt

$ ewwtn, he nroul 1 ri-turn hi* nost heartv t it ii .r. nt and Kwlfr, |o the w rrtJ r eulaiinjj ilt- Iv Chdir, &.o.. -'s.c, in hit .n.jiest and nost ptrltttIK Collars, L.mnb-w. 1, Canton we concluded to try srme f.f Trur**Jf?
fl. patron*** he \la* berftofore .f Judge of biicr, at St,4.q; and made F P'eijif, thinking if *
tIrf-icd, c L'HI Coanfv, as .4dmiui frdt<,r tti OIIC4'. **\ will aUo repair alt;. du'crijtion ol lurnile nnel and prtbably miLt e Wcnai'i
ttat .o had
he m.iv c w f *o five i..l f Zh Cr'vats Jean.UnderhirtsantlGloves icduceti i' sonuch-acccrdiri *
tjfarts t T h
; ; orb t'ofwlandaft4 aji4 h fuf U tf. 1' IV ironi: ftr .Lt. *l Ie 'i'. lir.iet1. \dmin- liwr .r-
eoiTh.t.'i ' ea;hn Sh..w. di ts'd.. late .tI Iof.nuit btf.t
t'I... ; U'lLUM T lI.t't''e for the litxril) I be ILan.Pchiefs, silk, cam. Half Ho 7' C. CAMPflCLJ! I tMf. % v S ui | rt nt )Jus tii.il ace uul and ittU& hi rsiht ol f ptfrona hajl- t, ti
menced tc..00. ,... ...... .. .
Jtno. 1' bnr. AC Hats and l Cars. :
solicit
It t\\\
47 1I< i IJibl i JuiL' I I'r it f.r Ltn <"unt\ r> j reiveIahdrePeCtl1illy j continuance

iJ ,. .i'1)r1'nt In a'.d ask jot a do i.ar tuft ..?ui innfra'jon t.1| their MI'or-*, a ne | Uts inniseit to give -jtirtn Susptnders! I otsandshoes i.c.Lury tire several,/ da it until it had passerl mere f,ln "f
.
.vv _: &Ti*,l, K4ll >3 to 11w U 'i LEVI! CKLTOXLe 'n t I. ill w {to miv 4ive f t.iin ti e4r orders both in : rrqaisitt to a Gentleman's Wardrobe twined, stne and f them a foot or mere in ?tn rt' .*

ill }>r r' r. : ,4 4\r "ri be ;adl-n t'oant* lot I.iiitri l-tt.'rs .f Comfv MtY 7s4t. J"> r. price and (n /.lit\ ti hiVM tkJji they Dotted f nr fhfr .n taut bal),
nerIp. 1b. nil on be found at their tstablishr tnton the mo.tt croW n.t l be
.tfc-id the ewnt. 7 'ti41e nrv \fit, IM :. y t'Vtt rrasona1 separatmd without cutti
thiret ..t| z'1, ?,... jH-k nandf! ; < r ( ntu! 47te ol UJiit1 Ie tf rris. Our stock w ill (be r >pl >ni hed bj the apart known. that a Urrm Mfdsr.r
) 'rl LEWIS & AMES ,.
tiei, n "I. .A .ilarhirola District. TI n 1 1"i' laU' iJa.J t n it*. ; tlie friends ol Hie Insane. irnval claim* t every vessel torn New Y. rk, 'u- as voor ha.. proven to he. would be so
Thimu ( U. J. I\\ls% .'2r. tlLI: 1% ,if( onh by bo.,,.
mint the they knew
nrlt TII soods .f
*Court ofw ..,Ua Director the season, by new purchas bv Mr it. virtue.. 1 hare '
"1 ; "fllF ol Virginia Lunatic :\ vluin, rrncti. .
I'I the Mv l' 41! tm ,
[)J.trIe <1 Circuit Cort ) ss )tjfdiclncs. 1'alius, Oil*. 1. it Vtlltat't1nirg.' would, it.lrtti! the public of the STILLM..N, vvho'will remain North during; the ene soil thM cerfifi'. fe. v, ih- .n n ? kn ,.

tatei at S Notice.KjJIX uth.rn States th it \ law .1 the winter for that purjxwee hatter our-Ives, b\ t'> find a rr.edicire thtf c Tout .Ulirlfs rirfrnrry.f.; ., Window Ca\s! >\ a recent Lesi-t- oc.JOEpfl
mgahaee. montfc after dte, I sb..!J pt>* nt iry fn-l liurt.the\ are emu w. reilt! > rteeive ttittne patients, such an arrangement, and b) selling EXCLUSIVE. ppy

Uil. II ..4ATJGTYSTfS SS: ao'1it nd *<>orlwr.to the FI"n. JiL" 't Prif. .- TUNTFRBUtItr!- VM' COUJRSii |jta.i tog *.irl. trolti other tafts. Thi is the oldest LY F'OR CAII, we shall be enabled to sH cheap July V; lr! .

II ;.\jyir ,f ,. .? in and f r tj Cirt 11 Ju'tr-o", and! T, ? 'sr .i1)l1t'(1IiC"( ( It'.' *.\ : <-, Ac.vec Insti'ntioii. of the kin' 1 in the Union, having teen er than anther e.tali.lmertt? in the citv .Mlpersf

-April-ii.,- ;-_--i.4tufl fliRt -Pork.---- -- 4. a d* clnr. as .\'luaiiastTitt 1 ft thi.sta vi t J .- 'llEaS 'rt i: then hand it d u r sa'e at tLt. I un'id h\ the Colonial d >v, rrraent in l7.i and ns in want of clothing; are respectfully( inviteo RE'IARKAIiLE ttRE 05 T.tE walim

; -.ph M.tiiniij, life (1 -iid C< nrt\, d -c a 4lBO'feRT T ark .. location best to call and examine and judge f.r themselves This i to cvrti( that I
.4 .3flj7difI, tI.ifl.4 ar J I'nn TRj I'1' r'- li>w -4 i:, .t }pjt& is from its Hliptid I f.m >oiMierners, 1.t' ha's eta.!.use f fl w.

'>)fveJ and f r*..V 1 lv C\ IlfRST Inc rt in.iv i-d t in'm I h<' pit reins ct Id t.t'i the N'or'li.anl CLARK & STILLMAN. rufT* Worm pci6e- m nv faLtis

rrRR LLYT) & LGC .;, i-ro'n Cor", Mal.ll4. -It inSIKm .\!.-o, it, -t.>re a 4TiV n f .rt artui -e fur family tr.mi t the i-nt'r% a'iik h, .it ol ili A.th. IIcurativei M.jnroe street, next doer to Marr X Flae ses.wit? the happie.t eflect. Ito oz.v ..in

.\jTil IN i NI II-H., Pi k.--. (> v.-i rs, :Ji arum, Xertnicella, .ipacitv it tf tie hitfhf-t order : flint nut often Novemhcr I Il5. 1.3 tI a.ay, imn4i4t y ire fifty
: oi1cc. t
CiirrJtlh. l' ;v.. Ml l, Citr. n, Pri,tu" .\h .. ud*, '. -.e rfc< ver.it received within lhetir SIX! morthol J1.-<1 .JtraT l'i-\ at i:. most r. tktt, ,.

M. D. PAPY nll. after dt. I Inllj- "' t" IL Hm Ri .tnd i Ptch %U'aKr jHTin ('inJea. _c.Oinutt the rlise.r.e. It i-' eis.11 air. s--, tt.an rs 'ii' SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. f-xhibi'rt' in an tl-v ra-, a ,. ri ; r.tther
.I ,
't of l lv *nte tr ,T. ( on ( ('o.'v. te AS.'OR rMFNT ')P' stop at a whirl nut far fr >in tl e .\s\ )lun. The lOud. LIE sti'.cr.ber. take pleasure in inf'rminK the health wh. coioj.lor *d prf' ,- -oij .: ,
txjClL" X. 1 H- J"WlT.L tT an* i 'trsa* A' t I'-tr'strsx ..! .!f.'r.'? T aMcni.
t Eei'
the 34t1itti! th.
i rn troitnx tit'i;H n ntt'1rt.fr..intstem, i' in ( it ztriit T.laha-.ee. : Pn t .. jail 'c e..nrt. Ti-'i M I. 7 r I : ,.id C u. tlet : at. I Ii.. ::1 : s.ithSVormn'.Ie Urrr rr, .
i : .
i rnccuftII'rra 1 : i'P. artrrenN admit fclat'K .- < tL.'t they ha C Ju-t reeiv d h the la-t arma r >ekmdM. adirini.t<>r, Ai ..
mt, )!'r: .. I he tint tll t 'L. lm :. l *t TI ( tt"nii* 5 .i* \ ri i -fraT : cite e
i t : of Itti *. t ti. 1 i atur U .icror.hn_ to tte.rtate of ir.uid -" tr' m New York, i '[1i'i '' s..ortmrient of and "* nr uriaP.nrra. t brcueV fruE

it.I, S..uik wi'i, l' ( i rrn. ri\ occi3en4arv t r: KHF! DRFH Nvtr"tr'i; I.' dud i- a mpkL di, isit. ti tIe rl.i* e.. of socirfvTh" Fa.-hivrud, Fancy arid Stle( j'r Gout].. \ndtho a nvtnhfr of j) rtrt #/ Tape IfVrin, from u.
4 f th Focfltr% J ff;'r-' :i C stitv, April : 1-t' '. 'ui' -- two
j nr is r'elI"nt, an 1 th. JoaUe 2 p. r s"ok. w iii becir-tarth rece ii.i ii. rn New York >-ix sr eight inch. in ienzrh Since that tine 1

rovi-li "wr II isii. ; Police.S Notice.* hi.e nt-.t t )b d-r"s, a Iar.'r t.trtttly! ttiri.ih- anti \tw OrltaT (Delected l b\ the lir-t hou .e, in the health ha* ion-.idrabh improved and I IIT

JOSEPH B *NCIIJ. t.. .u All p. r- IP.* l b.d to te estate rf Robert ed with e11r131u, trfa, citr..tahjrofrnnaris, above places! with the prtate-t rare ard attention, dwbf bot that the Medicine ha relived hr 'fa J,

. A IATTOR"ES flIUZ1. !K rfh' i?'<'r ite. -SiillappU I' the H ;r i:ij hru -. 1 t. <'I Leo Can, dt 't. 'J, wiU! itrror-1, tux.ks and a piano : airy verandahs f r -' in- particularly ftr this rna/V et) all!! a>onable rood!* in nh to Se dreaded Wrrm The tfjfpn
I J-: _f t Fr ire I r Jt t'tr* T C"unt* t r letters. ink: itioic'.ae I n.m nf to the b.*riber and hizh f
; t Our retreats aa extinsive enclosure tt. evene'. he above hue, which they rfcr low for cash, at repute in this place, and i* witfccut doabt rj
A" ,
CO1NELLOHS .\TLUV 'f : \jEumstr..nvf Edmar. i ana. i
is* < Graj 'hi.. havni 't < ud estate. uable
t iaii:ii.ruii must present rambles, a carnage 1.1 morning and eve:nn_ rid t their store its Tsllal.at.ee rr MonfirelUL rtrredj for U <.rn.s.

TMXtitEG. FLORIDA. i i C ant'v weawd. tiun ( MavmeftM. lw .\dr misJrator within the i adin.r room furnished with ix. ?id nenvpa- i. II GREENBERG i. CO JOHN J. LrTTLE.
rpJIEin connrti H, with the "'.uth.'rn thte Ini GEORGE W STANDLEY..Jf .
J. '- time rt. .uiredbv. 1 lw.rt'w v \ ill! be barred ol recovery per and moreover various coe; nj >.1 artu'enient.- Marrh21ISt. V l V"hi!evi'If, harris Co Gi., Jn. 1', ; 543
ri nipinh ivin2 ?otir i* rf Jar'iars I. 1- 1fl R T HRi'HETT!
.. :: Umai-trator A Chaplain TC'41d05 in the ouili'ir'e and preache to
thev trill h'r" ill"r _iv,.. their attend t .. .rIu-v.: 'y TtIhtia'ee. May ... 12 2m 'l't'a ColIeotor"* Notice.
the patient evt rv Sa! bath. Letter-otinqum should DR. WOODRUFFSDYSENTERY
to tb nr pr.J.-.iou. be dir.-cfe l l( JohN< : I. .1 up n thef !l mirskt
They w ifl 1! .ttri.1 i the upr t C r* f the Statc, | Q'\i rl s aferdae. I -' .! tnrt' the )l aI l.it : uticc.ik to Jr. M GALT Ph irian and TH\\1 'h rr
"I i : f 't' 'r w-f halt'f tt.e north
.
Sun lent
aai each ol :!hc C urt-i tn* .L.1 d i... jCir 'u t. o_, .: 'o. l i'. z : C'ur'y. cia inal LL per i-1 ii. -V) Itt the sti eof Henn( JAi. 'f nr Viflia.March:ten ot the i a tin As>l I'm, Wilhatas- it: f 0. t th ea't hall 't fhemrtv CORDIAL

MucIi.1'l'1 : I > i .t ,tl 1 ,t.t Vr e* Ext-cuJtr of Tbonu Li Giskin-. i' >ur', fur Dtarrhfa
j t l te ol l..t .i ( Hinlv are 14, 1-1' 11 cowlI.tw \, ..t ,i t. f "s l .f, i itclv.coie, T< wnh ip three Dwnlary, Cholera )Ior
I .te ct &.u C'W- d 'haU !heI l(.ervby 11 ''it t 1 t1 i' |1Iir.t nu t w made without I RI".( :. (p.o ; .oehiindredand.tats acres Chftlrra Infantum, anil Summer
4 JOhN EI5ItIN]:. : t r letter* ol dj-i i i >* !Mch F tot.>r. S s. V :.LF\ \ .
delay t M, as farther tndul- .. .
ATTOUXEY < no oi ((51(1. Ot f o <1 ;c be Idbtf re theCf,wr' Complaints of Children.
L .VW ns.MN: : ; \N\1\G WILLIAM H WARD
i. -ncer. n be&rrirttti.& .
l HWIM! : > f jv o Q'linrj jn the frst Mon-
(luincv. VIorI2a.TflLt J \-s r f'-a- *f : l. ". 'l : ; TIQJ WhSLFY: MN'MGdm'r. .VTloRNM1L.\\\ .\\D $,I\LI.\L AGENT, cUv i m Jy. i- '. .. : 'te Tonrt due GadsdeuConnn Fnni
r taxe IIn
If
IV IJUhanl
." ii fh Ji- :r.-.' U. :rto < : '> } late Vat 5.
% V i\ i Cifih %- 'P : Notice.1x F. .r'rr\ I'1' > Lit} ot M a<.2i! Piston 1). t. ut i -> %f. *S114 and 145 atidcost*, Belpitn

a'i4 C>'.' i j''! irt 4' *i Ovtn' :. r .... r .h. I it viv fin.il NEW "S P GOODS I) ESl-ECFFFLLY -ar'.'I't.- tint he will a'tend1A tfepr7p rtvo Mdi oiriSt.rist.'! Hot: E or RrpRjt F

N > r '- .iCOKMPSlO ,. .. ,' -ffS t NJ RjHG t. lh '.r'.. < iti., "l
.J- rV.. .. .. ... e H :i.Jr.:. I\: rtitivt. |> i ar'r a' < a- .' Pr unt-nt, and Quirrx.D** 2 l-i' IC.Ta Coli ctcr. Dr Jl'omtrvjf: Mv dear Sir : A few days since!

., j. it. roinuNnI ( ui:)- < n>tt.i ;. v .' ii landor M' received tie Cordial which
: r ftr vt <- *r i ley LIatof rioinla.IFVrn yen nere good fnot !h tt t,
.. MI v r-el, n_' (N r ir i li.'o"ct"d: daily ext send .
oth.ifUtrr .1,
.
I
: Tif f ? v i' i; to clasr : ne My friend, Ccl"Sea&trn June
; ?in.. cr brig P. f' tiir fr< n N.- \ rk KPdn'' t La % of FlorK'i late ass.4
t p. lartre
vr '> a Lave
>JMi'rv .ir.xNF.R ctOTT. I (fore ( onimi-sr tuer-:-.I i i t i n <.i her Trf fi"s, A part <-f it : the remainder I hare laid aside let

: :r: :' i.- ', : ; 4' fm and ceU 1 ,4.It4-tdt.trttmtlt l : 4)l F \tM) VTPLF \-' ,to Pre-etnpti ria'jl .f.f i I I.. d .: .. Jid t.) the s- ntr-Jeby osewhen I may need it.
r. ; fr t.N t.r.&L t. ; DRY GOOI .iMtd'u. fr the Maui\ dl"-4. P A. HARVARD
Si.nnn( and SuraPJ procuring ot Land P' -. ;ol I i them% On the other pate I have added 3apprecia sbemeat
;: \ & F: .\ N" 1.7. otice. t trade, eon-Miii in | irt fj.. f II : tity
wing wl \ h' .
vvo": ;- t < .u. I it i frewith, to the Mate Tax-C'ollectorS Sale. ion ot it as a Mtdi'ibe
f. 11Nt .. *FU' flFV. I 'Xr n v s- .f .. .v.: iA: prwtnt our ac- F ncj I'nnts, Pirn t jdt. Robes, obtain Havm
WILL- inz ;t Pattern t. .te.tl i ,'it or useful Inren- u-rd the Cordial rf Dr M.
RXAfJ7NG wi'lan1 ,- ., i.- IVl.itt- Limn Dn'l) ITI neb, :eof the p< \\er v f--'<-d in ce 7v law I shall WoedraJ
,
: :: '-- : :: ; tc ll.n. md:. Bjregf, |ti in'-, and tutU' (.tht r ivi-re.. jj public niture requiring Bvirn ir4t b. n.t h estate to pronounce it a nt,! 'a1uae i.j.wine. ..
1 .' h r.7.-I : -4. tv flen .pplv! fur I5r< wn '-.ttin4tr.Ie| ** t b.-tcr. # > nrt Hoti e d',or, in Indeed
f
Nl anireni 'f he ritv t Tailal)'a-e' cot). fv rt Leon -uch atfrctions ol the tewelsi,
Ranslv ,
r.1'7' !
L T Figured Graduated
> id Robes
r utrix
s is \ i i t xt" < ( 4 lum* linduals attended we rretwreH sufer with
iain-r promptly to, in the South, I knew aeth.n. .
rr.JNO.) ( GAM1II4! Jr.. j M V. ,*t :4i* j iid r..irt., d ceased C',ft<-nads. Lama |tit It investiKattd, & -. On th*first Monday liz August next, i .. at all equal to it**
Y.rk wGambroon
MixturtXVh't
THI! -: MQ !
M'llIMS liE
< ; vm > ID Ir t >rmatir n gwen tree of charge All letters to the to low it c property. or ciwh thereof a- wit: A hENRY W HILLIIKD
: I'r J 4- ( ',al S. TV .f r t t,7, r N-iiikin, Fanr-r, HIondcandHernaCott
O be| post-paid .*. t tht .t lf Ta v ii on f KA "i%* t r f Kr ar 1 jll
4T4. "jidN'.i J: 2' n f m v f l1Ii rv '_s;. sC1 .i. +;r n mi Vsrf*, : To Dr. M.
: V E'aland
WhN 4, s IH, T -, R 2, N and Wvvdruff:
: : 14 1- L Dnlline Rich
,
n Satin str peIrih IlaregeI.l.t lion A.
: ('Laid thrtgam. Vans, .* E. A IlA-vxrcA-s, Tn. terv, about six week sine.. \olerttl I caiiei
lx !. r.tt.t ;. fl1Zi.1 will ] "
; ; 1: rhdna Fancv
7 ATTn1.Et: N:9 r.iSrLLO1. L ;., O f ti.- fir. ratle Jams: F. 11 i.e. J'ldsc 7J7..4 (', t 4' Rich F I>re.ch*. Ca..;rk cs.collar ii Ai.rs IHntow, TrE J. N F $ .td i S E 4.52' N T'V 4. N F 4. the be-t redica! aid. without arrtr-tio. the d ,tue
TV"
Ila. fltwa v *, '' JlSIf LMFLE, S yT3. Rj.NandFLiE4 S U When I lad nearly lost Jl hope tf reevertI
Japer. tVintj F1rka. i .i !1.<-r' -ouritf T 1< tiersofiiIron, Linen, finrv Slk rt.ir.te. ; i olU pt.cidentic -
44 D P.. ATCHISON i, S J", T 3 R 3 N and E came across Cordial Artt
1 't.Lte < ir I.ra'jt, 4Irc'4'd. Damask Lint Napkin; -, Shaded inn't !I'ulka cord sttUdtrd near Mannm your reaia?
I F. WUNICER.G : .. T.w.1.. 4' CSHLI ton, t iirportmz fr. belcrt t- Lewis Critter and the certificates el ;entl E tc uhrm I see recocctsdinz -

%'INGE.RHOETS EiT.ptian M;N.SI J. J. iiRci>, of Illinois the Southern Ltf- Insurance and Trn- C( rnt anv. it, I nclitded to try a bottle! and begin to cfi
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L hkf
fcm > tltor.) 'wtan' aittt jiriIIc, ..
: ,
J t *j 1 l' ('.,trjrie tmI jacoflottI, Ls'fie" white ard c.A'ret! S. The E i j. S E 4, S 9; \V J, S \V 4. <* 1 IC''t. N IV 4, it bv Jirectir'r3. wie zr.crniniaftr breakfast, udt'
w .4 WILt.I. (.REEV, of SlTl.RISar.dESliTlRiNan.dF.1 noon, to all the di.
V Kentiu-kj .. appearance ea>e wa tti r"
ATTORVEY %M cu'.IU.zt: 't'J i L.' W. Gri--, .I't I ) kid Gl! ,.t .* It
Rollce.S'X JOHN Pr-rriT.oi Indiana exnp' the F J, S E 4 of aid s rrion: also L i, N curt< has returned on him tvr.c iioce, bOlts
!r.l.. f jTid tl, '. d Ed. f G 'its' .
I (:t.1ty. VinTIt*. t-ontl jP t r I *hall irv; f. tht H< n. rt ; ? doJ I' S.C.Ctpt.E, U 4. < TT ?'. R 1. N v'dW : It. % \V 4. S .', T been stopped a readily a. before.
.
Ca: ) 1 M'st.! ( 'L- rich Woret *-
\\7ILL- 1' : ri1 Cur I i '( 'fir' t i a df>r Jer r-.o i <'< unfv lor : nca fa Ri C. B. IIFH, 3. K I. N and! U .. adu ininz the lands bel nzinz to Vti respectiuk.y,
IT ri l*.< r C i .t O 1 1 i ,', { diRii'"i i z* and inserting,, hot.,, 4' '
: T- i) as Kx.-f utor of John M<" re. J. A. URH.HT, Gfeo T Ward, Esq r.about five miles soath-ea of UM L. SAU.ARD.

1 Jtnuarv L -tf 4 1 a'<. .f *>*i4 count}, derse
V 'Z'ZF'.. Jtff. 1(411'. hARDY M0 RF. C.ir.f; tm Insertmirs Rith Fancy P ra'olette '4 J. M ihf.Hfs TheF.t t N V4.efS"inTIfll.NandW,

C ATTORNEY ANI D <:Of V F.LLOR; T M W. Jt tT r'on C jon" Januarv 17, 1 l'4'>. 1.'; ;;i Pr1t;* I'tn La tn< A lars a.s rtment cf ItEcaY Ior.f;. of Wi..cunsin. 5" tr-. near Lisve Jackson, rurpcrtir to belong toCliir \ fre L supply cf the above valuable medicirn,
V >. .uj'1.ile< Mu-iliii* French Ftater.!
TILL c'ntr'j.' to rrr'j'4! in tl < x. < r r April H. ;" !* Wnlianr.wn. .jut receit.d and Kr .Ie l's Lewis &. Aices Draj.

!f V C"utv f"T'sof J ffi>rar O 7 jnK, and in, he police.QIX t II in'.te,K' SWIM Mo'"lj >, Fine straw ttounets" \i.t. thef .' wiBsrt< wn 'nts: Let Vo 2-30 in the ._; .r.Ik._ .. .,. .. k.. D tv.......;.... i a, tn..

i Z Super!'.r ( Plain
Swi and Book d Florenr
t% of f Mil-1 a i :' tl htrn Df trictb O: J'i 11f4-'f Pr at f.t Jreon C<.nntT (: final rr'IIFiinlersicn 1,1.. vinirlhi-dav aswx-iatod th eriI lot N'o 1"4 in the north addition to the city of Tallal !- -ookie. Len Countv : s. F Burnet Micce ook! ;

4 ( 4 'rA Jron (' .titv. A'! ace jtjiit aid \ ihws as .irini4tratr hr nciG Ombre iUlzarincs" apolitaa! I. *. lvM t<._'. tIer nnd r tht- firm cl ST\KR.: a.ssfe. a:sj lot No 7f> in the south half cf the ainuel Puie>fon, Drurii, Montictllo ; isbn C

j 'j*:'j"s ar* .j td with hint will be | r' -.. ,tU! dtttnJ3 ,t, lt of awl C miitv, d.- *eaKtI: ir.l! sliil tl.t rapth Pr, it d Padded Rutland LL >YIard H U.G; will r ntintie fh .. ri'ic
. forl'tttrsofdisutssi n ..o-h .'.Intni.trd'.r. S.itin Stripe M urnine Rfh Lace hne'in. s at tn. Sure 1 rrrI o <*iiu-d lvV. IL '. 'othe lands parpcrtinsto helene the Apaachicola China Hill!. Gjd .drn County : Joshua Dafi.,cfCai-

. I March I ':!! : si'vs: ? LRII>GERSJtflirs Hr Ral.arine.th' 'ired 5t'tt iirlish Vietnr.etnb"Pattern v' whet.t'.eV ti ill \\n pltastdt 'tt. their ttr- Land (' tn pan vr, hir m the conttv of den C..untv D. Baker Pl., Chattahocctbe, sad

.n r* untJ nuarv 1 l-I'L 2'r hi. mournn : tar < .i-f neri M f demarcation Un Pe.i f s, Merchant Mananna
.Ntw, Tr rJf; I9 $1O. Paris lare triin'd '
\o. ;Ii]
: iv- Lroadway.: .
I f. I.t.t )YD, \\et bv the OrkWknv River, South bv the county MlfT ', l lJo 4j

JAMES I. Bl.RGE ; No 11 CI!. Tin abtrte were s. 1 c* bv s jfentlen: ta-te, and h. rN a.irtd that th'te who mil
nontns after daf I will r ;: !, f rov acr nnt known a* part of orbes Purchase
I : :3. -7'---r SIX Till and examine, rj i'i t do otherwise than snjd t thin >i. IIiiM'** I'ulnioiiary HaUani, MIDDLE
'' 1 tocher t(. the H n. Jud e of )'r.,!laP fL A. A. FIShER CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GADsDE> Ctt
'I TI" iVt" t: V.'p -.' V ."u iw *' t t'c, fry '"u Ci.untj, ani apply f' r 1 1. tt< M of diemiaon asI t' at credit I"e, t'li'i 'i*, C /
1 1i. HOTEL id I. i\NKLIN' HOl( s) :,Vn. r. )M ': I ruotrat >r nf the estate of Jame Siramonn, late I H,,. ha* j'-o! ju't Tid (corn New Ortant : 11 I Iu.jiij.tL'uii't, JriJIurma IlHtrsentts, January 24. IM' 27 hams. his wife Peter L Banno

I j will kT> on f aVI4 4b rts 7rt t n 11 4 i Hf N' M '4 s, or J'oia, us t.r chC..t, .cpiIting n John C. Barinj, and Margaret E.Barino .,

AND CN'GLIsli < LT1' C .S'IMti. VrST SILS D. AT.LEN.J''rtiarv fiz .in J Linen < ajr.bric (or dre,.sea, of Llootl, CiHttUMfitujii, liijjiculty NEIY HOOKS Ae.T.l'ST heirs of Elias Barino deceased

; IWS..r Jfc wn,'jMfs',eftfiillw! If t j f ti j.ea 11 I ltr. '> < m Pan-, Lawris, (f Lnathing, .%T. &eTHIS teethed rer Urn S.np.o: Narative if the r'. .

e of ttV tKttmwvt f bin Flonda fri r 1 'x i v __ Er:..'. dered R >t irticl hn long been ht-Id in big). e
i a he will be enabled to gire tLeo the tr> <*t entire Xotler.C1 B: .' hread Man* It i .worth *2', i n ltr the rime of di-, i,, it the breast and I con and Nf rth Cohltrr in lIi and i, ly Caj t. J. Jane H. t'and.! C. \c-J-
IX mnntfrn sft-i' date I *h II ap7'IV to the lion I. '- Benj ,
o z Si.i U j K Mitts. /nrw style > C. Frtn nfi rice 3 cts
Innsrs and! .t'i met I the j
is ft ntilir reinflv1 di 'VAiIhaCi
O ,. ] as A -serving Ii 'I'-'Iihiaji Jthn
I G
,
April! ; -i' .re ri &rtatef'r J-fl rm iotin j IT letterf V!! -fviI I, he offers on the mo.t reasonable U rr The Crescent and the Crrs bv Eliot [
s. 'roil bv fll who thin atUictetl Warbnrttn
,
a are
an'
Camp, Char I
II
f rli the its
'
Admi'iistrator Dwpoaf
f.i i'tn as < ( Jacob Carter *
II _llir IJLJ f'_ I'arie'iiar ;di.t'.tt'.ns t % 'ach botilt of th F.F. Illustrated edition 11 the l'irints rmoirt ,,
M'CANTS & SPENCER l Ute .4 JOhN FRr.F.MAN. stut*' i ax U4)IIV10)* 's .Tie. tyedirtni.: .. I'net, '*) c ntssil 1ttj'jttrs l'rserbial I'hils.ophs a book of thoc..Lt. the stUhvit of eotupla-naM's solicifi that JivD

ATTORVCYF AT J/\W. J. F''ar i 4(*ouiv, Febniarv 7, l i|>? t TI > jSIX flTJYirtu.' of the | <> verest*>(' in toe bv I l..w, I J m Tal'th' :t>s. t f1 1 rid,, bv and! !arguments *t ri.inal1.treated, Ca-ih, tine rf the defeucacts to the jllof\.ic

'1 t TILl. TA't It.. in the f" 'In. rt 1} > '."' I)i*. _filnli j. pO4 f r silo, bd.r.- the ( ...nrt I1t..is LFUISXMES, Dru>'.ist. IPu-frafid e itit n of f Vicar of \\ tkefietd, plaint tiled heroic, resides beytnd the i:IT.'* :1 ri'S

1 > > trul *'.d' in C .,'irt tl \f !-, i'.t in tiiaivicr IO1 ii". '!I.r, in tiu tin < f JiS] er.Coui.tj ol iijitiiltun.on lh.-.rtr. I l'i.: >(j Dantt- Poetical \\ > rks. translated bv If T Cary State. arid vt'un the juri.di&ton t.f the Lsifr

< f rr "r.ths aOer date, f vi.,11 f lh The Phil 'l'y of M v su U D.
nt ,i r.'a OV .4t \1'tr.llo'I ap7lv < Jnd e Tin i rj ndy, states that is to sa, within the state | Taa': .?
T/i ? Sitintitol 0
.t fif't ,w''win Sejlrmler mif V.CariiinckSinsnlR.Ste.liI4iI' Ilolnts
f l'r'.ljt.- l.is' Jeff. life tt Mozart
t-la ( .
f 1. ,
-r- n untv
S. pt. 1 i. I-J1 <* 'r ft< rs .l| is Onltrrd, That the ,.aid James
D Cash dt
'I h- '.!"; n j .Hnmistrator ol Norman Uiih. lit* <.J t b. f 'i vi |Irl.l'trtY. ..r s't i rim h Inert ul ai uilij and \VajIes ISaHei, .\rn .l.j5 Rujbv Scho .1 Sermons, and 3p1v1

,A.H t'lfltV, .l.-res1.l JI'LII'S HIGH.: j \ .\ \V' V ii.f } .. herein, en. .bef.re the fi rst Oc'o r
Ir. 11 nwrri' r I r. i il<* <- \< ar l-r Monday t tnest
J. F.r* in f'otin Jsi 'uirv I I'' l I"l';. 2 <" : furrr..t Chances arid Chanzt Life a.it Ii
fill > i partnership in the jractaef ]r or by Charles thin the *
M the nich' < 1 trr '! I Tin S h Sec cr same be taken as confessed bv t&<
: 4 .t 11. and the E J ti the V F 4 rfS Burdttt' Rural fjcont.
and w ill /ive their j.'Hit a't.! iition t b'liritis n> bv IJoussin hault, said James D
; Cash
and :
I a nfjT' TM f '. t five IVK114i tic ceor.tnan's have lea<
live < 'f
rnan 4.4. i and th( entin u'rti"i.
> and thV 4
ttlII1lIII'.tutloL' : oticc. t-l. )t S Il..k ol the C il.. bv John
c'nii.l! ti tlu'ir care, in the Middle!! Circuit, nies, Fn.t, to
4: arid a li.ilt high : !i/ht r>.fnp'; > xi'>n, and ai i ifflligcnt ". >'t-\ :,tier dan-, th uii lr> t.- SfX published week
it fr
once
COM Otba
a lossr
nance a p< ;iked tos.4.I, wit?< a fl12NandE.J The Nf E tai
Mjreitp&djn tinal turn -nl e\fu* 4f S2an.lth.N J f %Wr.tumn Circuit. bok < t Chris'rr s bv Thi. k
n ,
.r' l f, lotl Jiidt" Pr'S S\HL I. 1 ii. J TLPHF>S VMJ| flinm .. nas Hervev virtiis to the day aforesaid
; ; I.w"cn the browto in one tcl the
1 ti'>M. ";nt thirty vars eve o'dTbe '! -. the fnt of hi* (Ii.t' I I. r L" n (" '''iilv. ,J adininiKtnff on the c-s'! t* :tuIt1it.NE4.l 1 S 1,11 I R 12, N and F., ptirportinj t(, r-.h, at (Quincv SAiIURL U". CR\IACK Fhror vlli.., ti'i'id bv. J G. Cooper, published in Tallaha-ts e. neap

I at. reward < t Ilo'l'r1'k! M'Innis, d< r( sod, and a-k f';r 4 dis- l : to \siiijt\ to tin t-qtae of Ihet.r \V_ nradri and J. UM. ., I'McrR at Tallini-.et>. One ol thehrnwil's The juiet Husband, The S ure, The Heire, bj Dated Hth May.ls-j. .
< \f will .
r o Livt-n to asv i < rson apjtrrfiendinz Also. the % W 4 of th.I S E 4 ..f S 7, T 1 R 1-I 1 Mi-s Pickering
.1 c li..rge aa suf-h .iuunistrat< r. : rid, ::1 |tart ft his time at Apabchicola (Signed> GFOV
naid *i4V Tom, ',n the deliver rfi ,, N and I-:. ,, MACRAE.
f urj.f'rt.Tig; to h l>) to the estate if As. loin
JOHN \\VIVG Adra'r ripj too \M attit I.) corninunitatiuiis. 'r the Ipiilptor's! \pprentice bv A. Du- S "r.
arty directed Judge
came tit ieat mv j !lantation. Va.sh.ogt. l. DiUihatAl to j presiding in M C. ier Gadsden Ce.
M.rh that I r to. Love and Mesmeri-m.bv
Jt I, 7.1'}. :d rnSIX | ire Horace Smith, A true
CIIAS. I... POV.ELL .o. the S E4 : s 3' T 1 R H, 'rtm2 to The illustrated cops :
: pirp Iet.rrhcr at), 1M'. 22 hisforv cf Palestineb Jno Kitt I. R. hARRIS
April Il.lsl';. 1* _, .v..s.. ; .. .... ....'._ k, ; .4.- \.cI 1 >HL to tin. i.. ti.: of B ..niainiii. ChaireALo '. Tbe Minuet of Mtrim&tny, b> a L'jclulor, May Ifi, ls.4"., Clerk.

(1ATILIG ( J4O'I'JIi tn
4 URGE a "rtnru r.t < f SIIING 1 '. purporting to U !< ng t't the estate tf Thomas Livingiton '.L thor of Tim Owen,
: A ati MMFR JiHj. d l'rl.atc < f Ix-ou r"unIv for letters A' j t rs >ns are hereby warned not to trespass, Iii the Circuit Court of the
CLOThING : Also, BOOTS, SHOKS, HATS, of d: thei nor to m.ike of A Winter Gift for Lidies, being instructions
mraian n Ute tl Chat! 't A N'eUon use or commit waste in any unavvful in MIDDLE CIRCUIT
.' : 3tC., jvi.t re'eive. and! f >T naif bvL late of idd Cour.tr,
4. II GRECVBLRf; &, CO J\MI S A. P.rHTIIFLOT The K 4 of tIM S U' 4 of S 13, La 11 i inpinv which have not been regularly c"j Fleming Field, N'ich Rizelow, The Orange Girl IN CHANCERY
c March The F i of the N F 4 rf S U. of Ytnice The West Between p
21. Mo. 3'. Surviving Adtninijtratcr. po.tett l of bv us. or our ccmptfent agent oragtnts Point Cadet, Mill jam Be!lamy. F.a'r. '

: ,. March 21. 1S40 1't Cn lhcU'4.,1 lheSE4'IS :H. beret Ion, as the pttultv ot the law will be strutlvtril Love and! Murder Durbin's Observations in the of A. B llamj dec'd, Comjlamant -
r.
iAI\AIM). jr., 'l1eNIofthcSEtl S 11, < rc tl airunst all ofendersp East, Clark's Csrsar, PlartairN Euclid, Bill for foredQ-
4 TNFORMS i hs; friends anJ! the iblj.!
,: .. p NnUee.OIX ThcSW4ofthcSW4.fS7alIinT2fl13.( :\ (>!'ications nav bt made for pure bases, leases ortbtrvviM' Neve's Penmanship New Music, Paper ft r Window ,- r'. sure of ncrtgige
1
> that; he has taken the ..t.re on the corntr N' and E. Mio (the F I i of the N IV 4. and the \V Curtains Hoii-e and Man Rowlee!
month fir the. mdisjwwed ol fi irti.ns Paper Hordtrs. *cr., xc Fxecutnx of Jo- iccation .
after or tracts
date I ,
thill
ol f'Mlrnroo and Two Hundred!, F'i.iI I \ recent tnv final! a- 1 of the N E 4 nf S T 1 R 13 N
7. 1 anti E.puri>ortin For sale bv R
; ,. '. 0 c *tiif aid touchers to the lion. Juge of tl..si'I l 1 Unds! Iv me and bt-mu in the c.nnti.ti V. jku P A. HA1WARD .e1h Row les, dect-as Hl, etal .
fitt"et' tieailv! the < !Ifa' Pro.l _' Ot belonz I.estat
f opposite & rt )s.w > to ( < .1 fhtrtly CrjantAlso January 21. l l4f. .
la Ion G.t.1dert and Franklin 27 DfftntlantsIT .
l la.ti- in'a:id for the Counlv f J-f1'.is. uidknowuastht
.
-- here .,, uul] aj ri ol.N lv 4 of S : tl.o W < f the! N" F 4 ufS Forbes! Purrh4.o"tnuurd'IIS

; : 411 ginlIw JiKIX.SMMEI!! >ICINF>. I f.crv: at- tr i.'.ehari&e /Minim/ -tr:tl<.rt.V lut ii nun of lw ',. tl.. N i E: 4 '.1! the S H 4 of < 2tt. tht S \V 4 ...t th. Mr \McsE. IJFTTNFR! an. ri/ed azent, TO PILINIE Its. appearing to the satisfaction of the Couit.bj tiatLdatit

.. tenIin ; 11 iri i.r'trt! of !'it.i'iaras a'il ?7'It'ater.I .'4t..tt' of JaijitT. Hall, late nf aiJ cotiTiU, dtc<*a. e< SW4t,fSJl.tI.oEjrf th.V4ufSl3, tItuS JO, in the vici of Qumcy. Type Foundry 4,. nnttrs FurmiJun Jt'artftmiseTH it c rrplamant, that the defendant, *aid
rPH
-. All 4rlirl \\ trr.i it<'dood DFLF1FLD, 1 1 F subscribers have 2.I.try Riwlf, Fxecutnx as aforesaid, resides uttf
J. tt T" .n f.,ut.ti, Janinrv 17 lfcti. LEWiS CURTIS, OJH.lu d a nt vv TV pe Ft un- the Mate of I
I l jI'-t tC4'IV'l 1 2d Cm and E lorida. and in tl. Mate of % &rgtaia.
a M'tl.Jh t f S"T T \i \N's purport_ to l'-l'.n 1 .; tn dn'ind: H. Vasn Tntsfeii f/ fit JI dry m thecitv ol Niw York when e
ifalachifola Land they /
i WORM. Co1I t. r\MPHOi) : ami PATIIVRTirLOFN'GE I S E: i of ili. S W ol *. T Co are / M Onltml, That the said defendant do appear aad
4 i 1 R II
4 L .ttIaiL'.tittt :' otice. N azl 1 E, January 1 It'<', 1M ;. reid} to supply] orders to any exftnt, for any kind!
ot I ar.r sail
: ; *?. valuaSleartirlen! ml the n.-st a_'ret-- j'erprtin to belong In lli. e,f ite of U in. J. Mill job or fancy Ink bill within fiur n nths. or the wm
t iLIe form of admiuiMTin/.'m s. SIX inofitiis alt'r: d it.-, I will apiy! to the 3kr.r. MII.TiiN. liHV'AN 4.e1.4% Ivjv, Paper, Cise*. Gall.vs, Brass shall be take n for conlr e.l ort.lrJ. That PuW1'

p L. FIRMAN'S $ POOH) MN >. I LASTFRS! fit < 11 Le tf Probates f'r l.u coiir.tj lor Itttirtof Sitit and (ifitto Tax Col H Co undersigned, hilt! authori/ed and article for be made of this order in some new-paper pnst-
.4 ; htapest and !het t'l'.t.r oflerc jisinjssioi a* adinuu. n .ter of the estate ol Fbroary 2' THE agent if the every ntcessarv a Printing Otce. ed in the City of Tallahassee week fa b&
ever l to the pthii. l'tC.l ::02< ( m ..f the .\ > ilacl.irola Land The Tjpe, which are cast once a ,
jjetiua .Silis Utfc uf said | Coinpinv, in new moulds from months
C.ci.tv V-
; tAT Rheumatism, Pansinthe BackSieani1 V < eaMdSOLOMON an uice sMel>
,' neix V.ac. .SILLS, Aclra'r.F. :iw) is prrpiritl! to .i H or runt .uc b portions and tricts entire new sit ol matnvis, with dttp counters, are Dated lith Mav,1S46.
-1 :: .
r i < '..rntr7, !i'4.i. '>9 nu* 11 lind within tin Furbe... I urclnse, is have not been w arrai ted to In unsurpassed bv anv and! will be ,.old! Siened=
ANo DR. FOLGFR S OLO ? \ONIV I'IECF.S rid ( > GFO W. MACRAE,
or .\LL- 9111 sIyle Trims, Mu-.Iins, Ging. reiri 1 irlv dispt; uit the times

4 HELIVGH \LS VM.annvaluiblejrticl f',r( ..!Ms, roliE ('. ham*, PireKM, !Halzannts, Muslin Ginhitn ?- s'mal intervitws. mnv be bid with the subscriber Printing Presses lurnish-! and also Judge S. Cir presiding in M C. for Gad.den Co.

t f1 Couz'is, Astbmi R:wlinz at th<* Ltinirs, C ,nsjrtiou } *, ShawN, S .irfs, ('IJKS and Collar*. Go\es! or in the nri )bborb'KHl. .1 injury Irtttrsmav at gines, of the most Steam En M D PAPY, Shelter for Complainant.A .
nths ir be .
m' after djte I 'iall approved
; t. and its kmdrtd dMiasi's l> SIX procnt nv foil! ac ?.lill t. I HoMirv patternsCo" true
4 Pamphl c.mtainin a .upcri.r as ortir< nt ol Lac and dirfctetl him c\pv.
., ,u it ..id v> ut lursto tl. II< a. ii i5 I. tit J'r !bale to through the Post Office*, at that i>osition Rollers cast for Printers I. R. HARRIS !
; Clerk
a certifici'es Ftnbnui'tridIulm!
(tr'rn high ,
; wr*'ms in *ts i \\inv, res Trirnmuu, and! a vaii< tv of place and! TalUhasnceMESE. A rrechini-f
4 in and for the G<,untv. rf JUI rbt,n, a>id! then constantly itt atttndance to May 16 Is4>'5.
; tying its valua '" elr! els, t an be haJ gratis, by ap.'T fra disciarc! ns AdniitnMritT >jt htc.t..te apply ol jrtic'w' loo numtroua to, mention. Just mined J.\ RETTNrR, dirntofl.'ie presses and do tight work repair 43 4m
ard
abovTallabx for sale l
pAinrf as < by>
Ster.Lea U'oolfUte 11 Hjid t'ec Tntifrtxvftfie.lpalaehicota. Land Co. Editors of Newspapers, who will
jySOLOMON pd buy three
T a> times
Notice.
1 L & H
10.1 2'i
I. ft. ruirv If GREILMJERG: i. CO January in, IMO. 21 as much
I1 i il.TIIFRs.: March 21 ISIC. 11 ly type *s their bills amount to, may give the Hon.
months the
after date
I'or ulel above I shall apply to
six
SIX
JitTt-rson month,.
County. Fib 2'I.IM! 11 Cm inert ion in their and
WEI.L nelorted! Miscellaneous 1\y papers, send sot Probate for Jefferson County for kttertol
i- A Library of the ItOTIC'K.KRECLOSURr01 their ;paneis ct'ntamitu it to the sub cnbtrs.

r most approved Fntrliah editions < f t tardard i Aollre.OIX ) MOKTG\GE IH C< HFETINS, Shirtmps, Osnaburps, and a large OCKROFT &. EREND, Ci Ann st N. Y. dismisMon as Administrator of Mary Savage W
: & of
works con i-tmj of about! thousand volumes THE )tTII. K? asortmtnt of } said County, deceased.
one mintlisftfrdte} Ih'. ttr.l'r'.gn.'d. 1 Adminis,, Cjtcrir or FLORIDA Staple antI Fancy Pry G. 31 fmw JONES
c GEORGE
For particulars, apply to i J tr.tr. i Jirunuli Ikill'-v, du ,.aod late heirs of J< hn II Res, Hats, &e.&c., suitable fir the Spring
of av\er, deceased will JefTer.
JOS F HYTHEUOOD( ) THE trade, for sale cheap bvSPRR L.tIV NOTICL.NI on County, April 25, Is-lrt 40 to
'p jt.tii.tS* n Cuirifv will |>r<- 'it llfir. dcrfiiut4,, and [ ase notice I hat I inten.1 to institute prootcd- -

.'? '$ January 10,131< 51 Ocilh, JfTirs( .n Countv.STAHK lourl.ei-* l. HJC JuJ c if Pioluti 01 a.uI Coiinl i rigs, tot illnvilh I I in the Circuit i I ('ourt f jrlhoSolitlurn LLOYD &. FLGG Notice.

; S MOM aol i a>k for a dm h.ir e fn 1 olua uitrttiun. Circuit of lorida for close April IMO. -59 ILL
> A. I'lAf.fJARE in t.* < to the mortpige( I In Id resume the practice of Law OFFICE IrS month* alter date, I shall present tt> the

+. now recoiviuff, por Brig Emelin* O-OTI NV'v .JOHN S.IN IElS! ? Adm r. upon certain real otateuf John I II I. verdeceased, LAW IXOTICK.rpIIC Iii.YARD. SIX Judge ol Probate, in md "r the

l. '! and 3choon Home from Vcw Orlean! s \ MUEL 13KN'fLEY, inlliecitv( wf KtvVe t, hit'iatcd at the corner nf undersigned have united.! the April 21, Is it,. 40 County ef Jetler-Km. my final account and TewB'

!; L.aira and Java Coffee Jta.rto C< n itv.Mty i'l.;. .11 4mAdinlzslelrzstor's Dm il antI I"rout streets( and ktioun as < f I tiiuinlur J in practiced as Administrator anU
I' Rio, loaf and rtn, hM Sti- j Itart Law They will attend the several Courts ol Just ICrei'ived by J. R. Fortune of Nathaniel Sanders.d>rea-e<

'I a gay Wine, IJrandv, Hour, and coapliie ansortn c ntHi Ihree in mjnare number btvcn, according to Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Honda shall then apply for letters of dimi>fin as B
Notiee. A G. omail's sjnl \t the Phanix Emeline
pi jii of ntCHAUIFS\. ind the Counties rf Franklin and Buildings per bug from Administrator U1LLI\M\V GOOD I/

February 21 __ ___ .11 SIX months after Life, I shall! |>rf.ent tity accounts M \LLORYPyS \\esttrn Jackson in the New Voik : Jefferson
Circuit Also, tin-. District Court of County, May 9, l+4>>. 42
_
the
i. 1 v..ticlt.-r, and make application. to the Judge !II. MALLORY. his Attorney. t'mttd States to be held Java CoFee, Fresh Malaga Raisins,

; Porter avid riaret. of l'atJiate of LA.on County for letters of dismissiona Key \Vest, March 7, Is4fi 13 cow Ini Court of the State at Tallahassee, and the Su- Son-shell'd Almonds, Butter and Soda Crackers, Notice. .
rune of
i I Honda
A CASKS LONDON PORTFR Adinmii trati ron the e Me of J5irth< loincw Es- 'i'UkCINOtICC. THOMAS Ship Biscuit, Crushed Sugar, OIX months alter date I will apply to the ProbaWO
v. 1J.4 30 doz. Claret, jnfrt rr-ceivH and for al I Lick iKciad RANDALL, Olive Oil,
< fSTARR. of| bail! Couilv. Brandy Cherries frooc
N extra will be Judge of Gadsden County for discharge
price paid for Hidca strcJched THOMAS II a
y, LOYD) V I 1ff rn! v !fS'Pr7! A HAGNFR, Lorn. &, Rasp Svrnps, Sup fine Northern Flour
Davidson
with j>. .'-, :tft.-r I th> Iniliii a-hmn, hvr Attorney and Counselfors y executorship of the last still of Robert

4 ArriJ !!,1C1 .' I-1, 4 !MI I LAK1-R: Tallaha* t Ftbniaiv 21 IM'i' at TJ Law Very. superior chewing Tobacco, small and large d deceased I... W. SPRAT.

flugs May 23, 1S46M January, [(17] IS 16. M 61n

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